The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 27, 1947 · Page 10
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GiS ,i'KN Union Dairymen Halt Milk Train Agent of Railroad Critical of Strikers' Acts of Terrorism AMITE, la., March 27. (UP) — A secoiid Illinois central System train has been halted here by striking union dairymen, mnhy o£ them .armed, who broke open car seals in search of milk bound for New Or- 3eans. W. D. Bee. special agent of the Illinois Central, branded as -an act of terriorfem worthy of Jesse James" n move by some 250 farmers in ordering on 10 crew to sidetrack a milk c a r yesterday at Amite so they could dump Its milk load. The incident i\Ss one of nTany in -,\ hieh-'strikers have flooded ditches and swauvjfe in thp Louisiana parishes with milk since the Brotherhood of. Teamsters (AFL) struck Monday ntght. Tlin striji; has slaihcd New Orleans' normKI milk suyiply in half. It was reported .two produce trucks, neither of "which was hauling mllk,_acrc fired O n Tuesday night .when "drivers ' attempted to rim the union blockade here. Distributors had not indicated today they would negotiate with unions which so far Uir-y have not recognized. Union representatives said (he dairymen were prepared for n "finish fight" to secure a guarantee of S5.75 per hundredweight for the milk producer. Producers have charged that distributors had arbitrarily reduced the price 50 cents per hundredweight, despite rising farm costs. Deputy Sheriff Lee Stevens of Tangipahoa Parish was satisfied to let the union "fight it out." He said the trucks seized by strikers and parked on the courthouse, square at Amlte, 100 miles north of New Or- lenns. "arc.perfectly sale." Guns carried by strikers in Si. Tammany Parish. Sheriff R. C. Moise said, "were not concealed. They were in clear view on the ground when my men talked to them. We couldn't arrest them: no act of violence had occurred— and we didn't kno\v vvhnt their Intentions wer*?." Music Lessons Blamed for Lad's Decision to Die ST. LOUIS. Mnrcli 27, (UP) — 'Jlie Ion;; fued with his parents over music practice \vns at an end today for the 12-year-old Wnyne Cox—he hanged himself yesterdny, The boy began trumpet lessons wBJJO.uli a year,'ago to .please his SsMMftfs. Lately^ tripugli.'hc want- m>vs' •'_^i.~.i_"".l_ i Vi^ '" „.,'••_ ,_ - -rr.» *n. j St rCUdu L. nniiL i<j tiir^t; LI1VJSU lessons.'-«i;t the lad <picS:<?d «P liis trimi)Sst,sase.an(t left'.tiie )iouse, en his way to music school. However, Mrs: co x said, he rebelled when she told him he would have to \^j back to -the school Tor band praSflce. Ajter ' tjie argument. Wayne retired to 33e - bathroom. When he me out lor dinner a pbert, la, opened the ADMINISTRATION On Majgi 19, 1947, letters of ad- miri 1st ration upon the estate ot C. G. Iltefcs, deceased, .were granted to tK"£ ; undersigned, Howard Hires, \vhose address is nt Ellis Implement Company, 101 West Walnut Street, BIythevJUc, Arkansas. AH parsons iiaving claims against. said estate/ are required' to exhibit the same to the administrator, .properly authenticated, within six month:; from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they wi'.l be forever barred and precluded Ircm any b2nefits in said estate. Dated this ID day of Xjarch. 19V7. HOWARD KIBES, Administrator. Marcus Evrard, Attorney for Administrator 3 ;JQ -27-4-3 did Reds Lecture NEA Photographer BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ' Reginald Kcrim k't MA phi lof r iptu IOILIII ihi foreign minislu nuclii t lopj L d lo I la prelims t T fins im market place. Thai u.,s ,1 miNl.il.t. llic- buvit-i mrlilm lool; Kenny anci Cecil Dicksoii, rii-lit. ol the G:IIIJK-U newspapers, who was with Kenny. Into custody. Aflcr ;> hulMxiur Ii-cUrro in Ifu«sj;m which neither man understood, llii'y were n-leiiscd. Kenny's'pictures from Moscow liavc foe on apiionrmij in I his nuwbiKiiUT, Sugar Bonus For Canning Considered WASHINGTON, March 27. (UP) —Eome senators talked prlvutoly tomy of extending togar 'controls until Oct. 31, but ordering a sugar "bonus" for home canning this summer. I'.sumates of the bonus ranged from five to 15 pnunds. The proposal ua s advanced as a. comproml.se us the Si'iiaU: K«t ready lor hot debute on the subject. •Some senators want to end siiKUi 1 rnttoiilni! next Monday, otters tii'KC renewal of siiBar controls for •A lull year. Tlie House has voted to in.'iki; the UMfiifnacion ilnte Oct. Meanwhile, i/unst* and Senate republican leaders scheduled a imctlnK on "slop-Bap" exteas-iuTi i>l Kovcrnineiu controls OM such .short-supply commodities as grains. fais ;1 nd oils, and rice. The gov- | iriiineiU'n uiitliorlly lo control ' these products stems from the second war ixnvci't; act, which expires Monday. Opera Star's Estate Vai.icd at $500,000 NEWTOWN, Conn., Maiv.'l 27 cUP)—The will ol ih<< l:m- uurra star Grace Moon:, uho WM kiile't in a Copenhagen ;;lane <rn;ii t .HI months ayo, n-!i s artmtilcil in ;«;;bate court today by Jmljie. Call V. Cnviumiigli. The bulk of the estate, valued nl SSOD.rOD. was left to, her husband, Valentin Parcin. Jewelry, furs, and ))ersonal ef- fccls went to Miss Moore's mother, Mrs. Rli'Iiard Moore. Nashville Tcnn.; die rsister. Mrs. Emily Muhan; and IAVO slsters-ln-law. Mr.?, Mnrlon jMoore and Mrs. Nancy' Moore. A valuable grand piano vvnsfjiwn to the late singer's mother, while music scores, music letters, books, and souvenirs went to Ward Bel- rnont College. Nashville. L-.ist and OMest , ' Florid.!, last developed state east of t.'ie Mississippi nivcr. contains St. Augustine, oldest city of European pedigree in tin: United States door and found him hanging by a bootstrap from Hie mcdlcISv chest. He was pronounced dead at De- pftul Hospital. r-anncr Slashes Throat Of Kinsman, Father of 8 itu'n icnoj;, Trim., MIIK-II 'M. 'iJi'i Vktur K'»u< h, a fanm-r, \viis jiiiU'd tuflay on •., i-)iiii-(j|i I hill. In 1 j imirdiwrl i)o ss uoiicli, W, n (llslnnt I lelalive mid father or einhi clill- urrn, by uullliii} |,i s throiu. Klierilr .). ti. Anirlcun quSed Vlcloi- noiici, ns snylnij Ilia; "Doss hail hi'en dj-lnkiiig; ;ni(| .struck me with ;\ iiokor." I liiire Visitors riamingoi.'S arc only rare visitors to Itm United stales, and no longer breed on the mainland. Those living in Florida are imports. AT YOUR DEAURS ONARCH^TEA MAGIC mm ENRICHED FLOUR HERE'S AN INTERESTING JOB.;. There is a career opportunity now for a qualified young woman =t the Telephone Company in Blythcvillc. And no experience is needed I She must be 20 to 27 years old with college or high school education, pleasant voice and personality. 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