The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 4, 1949 · Page 16
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.. TAGE FOURTEEN DebateCurbPlan Appears Doomed 38 of 55 Senators To Vot« Against Halting Filibuster •WASHINGTON, March 4. W — Thirty-eight of 55 Senators willing to; go on record said txxlay they probably Will vote again-st an expected ruling alm ed a t cutting off a Southern Democratic lil'-buster in the Senate. Seventeen Senators told the Associated Press they will support, Vio« President Barkley 11 he holds ne*t week that a cloture—or de- bat* limiting—petition can he Invoked to halt a Dixie talkathon. It is being waged against a motion by Democratic Leader Lucas of Illinois to bring up a fillbustcr- killing Senate rules change. A substantial minority remained uncommitted a-s the Senate head- BLXTHtiVlLUS lAKK.) COUK1KR WJSWS FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 19491 Obituaries Mrs. Jennie Alexander, Resident of Wilson, Dies ' Last rites for Mrs. Jennie Louie Alexander, 63, were conducted this afternoon at the Baptist Church In Wilson, by the Rev. A. F. Muncy, pastor. Mi's. Alexander died »t her home hi Wilson, Tuesday, alter suffering a heart attack. She was born in Tunica, Miss., but had lived near Wilson for 45 years. Mrs. Alexander Is survived by a son, H. D. Alexander of Wilson; five daughters, Mrs. Walter Keltner, Mrs. Edward I,aRiie, Mrs. Leslie Nichols, and Mrs. Russell Nash of Wilson and Mrs. Glenn Wheeler of Hartforl City. Ind.; two brothers, Robert C. Klnny and Hurry Ktn- ney, both ol Memphis; a sister, Mrs. R, A, Qlbbs of Karl, 14 grandchildren and one great grandson. The pallbearers were Jean anc A. Brlgance, Owen LJghtfoot, Isaac ed Into its filth day of debate on Lucas' motion, with Senator Holland <D-Fla.) holding the lloor, A poll of 90 of the Senate's 9t> members found 20 Republicans and 15 Democrats unwilling to say at this time how they will vote on a question that may have a far reaching effect nol only on President. Truman's civil rights program but on his other domestic legislative proposals as well. Six Senators were not reached. To Circulate IVllllon Under present administration plans, the question would come before them this way: Next week. Lucas will circulate a cloture petition. It will be tiled and It will then be up to Barkley to rule whether two-thirds o( those voting can gag debate on a motion. His rilling will be appealed to the Senate and there is where the vole showdown will come. President Truman made the Southerners angrier and more determined yesterday by coining out at, his news conference tor a proposal under which a simple majority of those voting could cut off Senate debate al any lime. Mr Truman predicted Ihal the Illlmis- ter will run its course soon and permit passage ol his legislative program. -Senator Lucas is trying to get >ip a resolution to change the rules so two-thirds ot .those voting—nol Ihe bare majority the Presldcnl sug- ' gested—could lake,such action anytime as they now may do when a bill is actually before them. Alexander, Henry Stevens and H, G. Yates. The Swill Funeral Home of Osceola directed burial In the Bassctt Cemetery. • • • Homer Dildine, Farmer, Dies in Little Rock Funeral services for Homer Dil dine, 56, will be conducted at the Cobb Funeral Cliapcl at 2 p.m. tomorrow by the Rev. Clyde Haynes, Na7,iii'cnc minister. Mr. Dildine died In a Little Rook Hospital Wednesday, and his body wa.s to lie returned to Dlylhcville today. He was born In Savannah, Tcnn., but had made his home near Dell and Blytlieville, where he farmed, for several years. Al the lime ol his death he was living al 520 North Ninth Street In Blylhe- vllle. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Maltie Dildine, a son, Robert Dildine ol Blytlieville, nnd two daughters, Mrs. Leslie Maynard of Dell and Miss Geneva Dildine of Bly- tlieville. Burin! will be in Maple Drove Cemetery. Tougher Charge Faces St. Louis Mystery Woman MIAMI, Flu.. March 4. W)—New and tougher charges have been tiled against the St. Louis "my.stery woman" who is believed to have elpcd Clyde Milton Johnson, bank .audit suspect, nmke good a spcc- acular escape Irom Jail here Tues- Lay. * The US. District Attorney's office iled charges ol "accessory niter I he act" against Blllie Frances Glaze, described as a 25-year-old brunette. Assistant U.S. District Attorney Ernest II. Utihalme explained Ihc lew warrant "is much stronger ol- fense Ilian aiding and assisting." He said the charge carried one halt the maximum Jail sentence and one hull the maximum fine levied against Johnson If he Is convicted ol the $43,000 robbery ol Memphis, Tciin., bank. Autopsy Not Scheduled In Death of Ex-Wife of 'Lonely Hearts' Slayer BERRYV1LLE, Ark., March 4. (.1 —Tlicic won't lie a new autopsy o the body ol Mrs. Myrtle Young, 42 who died lii.st summer after belli dclinudctl by u man now held to three killings. Raymond Martinez Fernaiidc the Michigan "lonely hearts" kllle has related he married Mrs. Youn a Green Wirrest, Ark., divorcee, in dor another name last August at that he llcccud her ol $4,000 but h denied contributing to her death lew weeks later. Mrs. Young di at a Little Hock, Ark., hospital. A autopsy then disclosed death due to a heart condition. Prosecutor Ted Coxsey announ cd the body would nol be cxhum (or another autopsy as Mlchig authorities had requested. He .said he would seek to recov from Martinez lor Mrs. Youn estate an automobile he he rightfully belonged to her. President Emeritus Of Yale Dies at 79 ELECTION Continued from Page 1 pi county and this year a mayor, treasurer and half of the aldermen to be elected for two year terms, epl that the Initial election Is to icld In the newly created Fourth rd and two aldermen will be ctcd there. tfayor E. R. Jackson hhs au- unced for re-election and is be- opix>sed by Doyle Henderson mer municipal judge, and lor- r Mississippi Counly assessor nucl P. Norrls, treasurer, lnu> cd lor re-election. n the aldcrinanic races the fol- ving announcements have been ulc: First Ward — Raleigh Sylvester re-election, and Jlinmic San Ci and ere elected last year for two-year rn is. Tho municipal judge Is elected or a four-year term and Graham udbury Is serving In that capacity. Is term will not expire until April, 952. No election will 1« conducted its year in Osceola, which Is the ily second clti^ city in the coun- y at this time. Stute laws provide or elections in second class cities n the emi-numbcred years and II officials are elected for two-year crins, Six Incorporated towns in Mls- Lssippi County will hold elections April 5 this year to select all of heir municipal officials for two- year terms. Those include: Uixora, Jell, Manila, Lcuchville. Joiner and Ceiscr, The town of Wilson never >as been incorporated. Manila tu Have Special Election In Manila, a special election \s to be conducted next Tuesday at whicli time the electors will pass on a pro- po.;i\] by the town council to raise the status of the municipality from Resumed In Lion Oil Co. Strike EL DORADO, Ark., March 4. (/P) —Representatives of the Lion Oil Co., and the CIO Oil Workers Union resumed talks tciday In an effort to solve a wage dispute Involving 420 production workers at Llon'a chemical plant. There was no Indication whether progress had been made since all the conferees declined comment. The union Is seeking a wage boost of 20 cents per hour and other concessions. The company ,has offered an Increase of eight cents per hour. The chemical plant production workers draw .from $1 to $2.8H-i per hour. Child Leaves Hospital Horace Wayne O'Bannon, six year Id son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. >'Bannon, who received acute brain njuries when he fell from a taxi Second Ward—Walter C. Cate d J. W. Adams. John C. Mclla cy, incumbent, has indicated tha le wtiuld no^ seek re-election. I'hlicl Ward — Jennings Bailey id Louis O. Nash, incumbent. To Elect Two in 4th Ward Fourth Ward—J. Wilson llcni id Leslie Jones, with two to 1 ecteu since this Is the first elec since the ward was create ne will serve for a two-year ler nd the other for a one-year ter > that In the fuluic only one term i to li:30 p.m. •ill expire each year. The Bulges and clerks who serv- City Clerk W. I. Mulln is .serving ed in the recent stale-wide roa-.l that of an Incorporated town to city of the second class. The election was called by May or I. D. Slicdd of Manila uiidei authority ot an ordinance adoptet January 31. The polling place wil be in the City Hall in Manila am the polls will be open from 8 aim, Fire Damages Kitchen In Holly Street Home Slight damage was caused by fire which started from a hot wate heater, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford G. Shelton. at 121 Holly, yesterday afternoon. Fire Chief Roy Head said tha Mrs. Shelton started to light th heater and leaking oil ignited an burned one side of the kitchen wa and a part of the floor. Th hot water heater was ruined. Firemen answered the coll 1:30 yesterday. lie first year ol his llrst term and will not bo up for re-election thli bond cleclion for the Manila pre cincl will serve for the special elec- cab Monday, was dlsmiswd frcl the Blytlieville Hospital yesterdtl Hospital attendants said that tl child was greatly Improved. The a I cldent occurred on Highway l| South of Blythevllle. tion, it was indicated, and the re- sulls of the voting will be certified to the Mississippi County Election Hoard. Gol4tre$t © BEER TfcNNEilEE mwlNS CO . MEMPHIS. TENM Air Reservists to Meet Wednesday in Memphis •ram Blytheville Naval and Marine Air reservists will attend the annual military inspection ot Ihc Naval Air Reserve in the drill hall of Memphis Naval Air Station, Wednesday night. - Fugene E, Smith, Earnest P. Brown. John W. F. Holllngshcad, and Billy R. Goodwin will attend from here. The Inspection, which will be followed by a dance, will be ton- ducted by Rear Admiral Richard F. Whitehead, chief of Naval Air Reserve Training, and Brig. Gen. C. F. Schllt, Commander of Marine Air Reserve Training. British Ban Showing Of 'Oliver Twist' Film HAMBURG, Germany. March 4. (/]'>—The British film. "Oliver Twist." has been banned by British Military Government in Germany, Hie Eagle-Lion Film Company announced today. There were riots in Berlin recently when the film was shown there. Polish Jews demonstrated outside the cinema unlil screening ol the lilm was stopped by the local manager. Tlie Jews objected that the character of Fagan in the Dickens classic, was loo emphatically nortrayed as a Jew. NEW HAVEN. Conn.. March 4. i.'T"i —James Rowland Ansell, president emeritus ol Yale University, died at his home here loday. He was 79 years of nge. Angcll, Yale's 14tli president, died at his home in Hamdcn after a lon;> lllne.v>. He retired In 1037 subsequently becoming educational advisor, for the National Broadcasting Company. 'Quake Hits New Delhi NEW DELHI. India, March 4. W> —A slight earthquake shook the New Delhi area today. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. III.. March 4. Wj—IUSDAI- ,:s 1,580: barrows and gilts 25 to mostly 50 lo%er than Thursday's average: spots more on weights under 110 Ibs; sows 50 to 15 lower; market fairly active nl decline; bulk good and choice 180-230 Ibs 21.00-50; top 21.50; 240-270 Ibs 10.15-20.15; 270325 Ib3 18.15-19.75; 140-110 Ibs 19.15-21.00; 100-130 Ibs 15.15-19.00; few at 19.25; -sows 400 Ibs down 11.2518.50; over 400 Ibs 1525-17.00; slags mostly 12.00-H.50. Cattle 100; calves 400; generally atcady under small supplies and active demand; very (ew steers offered; one short load ol high good to choice medium weight steers 24.75; medium and good steers 22.0023.50; odd lots medium to good lieif- ers and mixed yearlings 20.00-23 50; common and medium beef cows 17.- 00-18.CO; odd head good 1825-19.00; can.icrs and cutters 14.03-17.00. Honor Actress Cokor 1OO Wilt R««UUnt Cotton wint Fiist Place in 3 lUte contest! and combinei premium staple, •Alline4> And •asy picking. Honored «s the best religious •ctr«H ot the year is Virginia W»v», for her performance as Concordte In "Simon Peter, fisherman." Miss Wave holds tor'trophy, presented to her In .Beverly Hills, Calif., by the Anxrican Auoclation of lUli- flout Film pislrlbutori. __ Come in *od book your out»r now lor Coker 10O Will Resistant Cotton Seed and remember to pick up' your copy o: Coker'» Ne»- Colloa Catalog • EARLY MATURING HIGH YIELD • DEFINITE WILT RESISTANT COMPARABLE TURN-OUT • STAPLE 1-1/16" to 1- 1/8" 1 ARGE, FLUFFY LOCKS MAKE EASY PICKING BY HAND OR MACHINE We Find Coker 100-Wilt to be 1-3Z Inch Longer Than Other Similar Varieties. HIGHER LOAN VALUE During the month of September, 1D'18, we hue! (i difference in loan value of $4 to $7 per hale in favor of Coker 100-Will ginned al our one- variety sf'n as compared with other cotton ginned at our two custom (fins. I Send This Coupon . . . B. C. LAND COMPANY | L«*chvill«, Arl»nM» ( ) SeixJ U. Coker 1 , Cotton CaUlo(ue ( ) Ship u» 10O-)b. 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