The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 21, 1949 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 21, 1949
Page 5
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TONDAY, MARCH 21,19<19 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE KVB lain Robber les Railroad fouth Puts Blame >n B. & O. for His iPart in Hold-Up March 21. ' Baltimore and Ohio railroad Is |'g sued for $50,000 by one of two who admit holding up its crack lamliner. fcorge L. "Duke" Ashton, who i he Is 20 and a minor, contend I railroad is to blame lor the trail Ibery because a B. and O. em J'e angered him after selling hln I>hoMc drinks which made hi: Ink. bis companion In the holdup, Lu In "Skip" Ramsdell, 22, Is stl la Washington hospital. He wa It when he and Ashton were ar Itcd just six blocks from til Ite house a few hours after th luery. Itoth Ashton and Ramsdoll ha\ In charged with the robbery, an |'e been indicted in west Virgin Tier the federal anti-rackcteerii Itute. They are to be sent lo Irmont. W. Va., for trial. Robbery charges were filed against tuon in Martinsburg, W. Va.. near lien the train holdup occurred. nton's attorney said the youth is |ling to plead guilty to the eailier arges because the sentence Is (liter. .shton's suit against the railroad instituted by his mother, Mrs. |*ti Ungar, and was filed by John Webster, Ashton's lawyer, the suit alleges that Ashtou was f-ved several drinks on the B and Ambassador Limited on March | the day of the robbery. Then, suit said, one of the line's em- byes, "obviously aware" that Ihton was drunk, allowad himself ] get into an argument over drinks the train's table "In the state Luxora Vets Go Into the Hog Business M'Moth Signs Bill for College Bond Issues LITTLE ROCK, March 31, on — Governor McMnlli hus signed into law » bill acthorlxliif; state colleges lo issue revenue bonds lor the construction. This enables them to undertake the work without use of slate funds The bill, passed by the 1943 legislature, was one ot 41 signed by Governor McMatli Saturday. He vetoed two bills—one to change venue of personal Injury suits ttgiUnst state policemen and the other lo prohibit pnxse.vilon of military ammunition. Before leaving his office for the week-end. McMath told clcpnrlniciit heads at a stall meeting lo centralize their purchiue.s to cut travel cxpeiiSM and to eliminate nou-e«- senllal Jobs and qualified personnel. McMnth announced appointment of Marlon Crist, Little Rock en ilcer, as chairman ol the Aikunsns Resources and Development Commission. Crlit succeeds I). T. Foots ot Camden, who resigned. Teamsters Plan Check Of Union Membership SEATTLE, March 31. W - A teamsters union spokesman hns siiid a nationwide "over-the "road" cninpiiign will lie launched April I- 15 to cheek union membership of all truck drivers. Dave Ucck, International executive vlco-i>resident of the union, WHS out ot Die clly. but a spokesman said no road blocks were Intended. The checkup will be made at loading platforms, weighing stations and pliH'i'8 where trucks normally slop (or fuel, cct,, he snld. Is to a.ssuro that nil drivers are members in good standing Courier News I'lioto Displaying 'dividends' from an investment of $5 each about a rmr ago, these members of the veterans agricultural training class 'it Luxora are on their way toward raising a second round of hogs in » program to give every member of the class a registered porker. Above dell lo right) are Ezra Snow, Gluirtes E. Malloway. | Robrt F. Breshears and Paul Gay, holding the pigs they received last week. Kneeling by the bred gilt he received is Charlie Wigton. Vets wuo won pigs but who are not shown above are Turrell D. Brawlcy and Walker E. Faulkcnberg. The pigs are Irom litters from animals purchased by the class a year ago. In turn, litters from these pigs and from the bred gilt will be given other members of Ihe claw until .Mch one hac a registered pig. The avert) go altitude o( Spain 2.000 feet, higher Hum any othci European country except Swilzcr land. Vet Tried on Charges Of Kidnapping, Rape TORT SMITH, Ark,, March It. (/!'(—A 30-year-old war veteran, Albert. Edward Qrlflln, went on trial here today on charges of kidnaping, and raping his six-year-old slop- daughter. Prosecutor JIIIIIM Cluleiisohii has snld he will seek the death penalty The slate charges that Orlllhi last Oct. 23 the child's maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Carney of Port Smith, with a metal bar ;rapcd the little girt and fled with her In n taxlcab. Ho was nrresli'd neur Tulsa, Okln. Stale Hospital physicians said OrJfJln Is sane. WOW Meeting Op*n« LITTLE ROCK, Mafch 21. VT> — n Arkansas convention ol Wood- ion ot the World and the Wood- ien circle opened her* Uxi»jr, Speakers toddy were to conclude oriner Oov. E. D. Rivers of O*or- la; National Woodmen President "'arrnr Newbcrry and National Board Chairman De Emmetl Brad- lltlW. * ' of West Virginia, contrary to both law and prurient judgment." Ashton later said the train robbery was a spur-of-the-moment holdup that grew out of the argu- ment. Passengers snd crewmen said the two them. took about Jl.OOO from Read Courlei News Want Ads Pavement Blowi Up UNIONVILLE, Mo. (U.P.)—The sun burned down. Then * sudden shower fell. A stretch of pavement, here exploded, YOU'LL ENJOY HAVING LUNCH AT THE Razorback Drive-In All that mak Razorback 1J friendly cour very econorai eon menu fo 8 & ratal a. pleasure you'll find at th* he-lit ... deliclously dlfTerent food, cous service, spotless surroundings, and a) prices. Here we show you our lunch- the week beginning Sunday, March 20, to suggest lo you how good eattaff out can be. Try tu once and you'll want to come back again. ONE ENTIRE WEEK'S LUNCHEON MENU Sunday Monday Tuesday $1.00 Baked Young Hen with dressing and cranberry sauce. Snowflake Potatoes Buttered Peas and Carrots Creamed Asparagus Tips Jello Fruit Salad Homemade Hot Rolls and Bulter 85c Cliolce of One Chicken Pot Pie Smothered Steak and brown gravy Chicken and dumplings Corn Pudding Green String Beans Scalloped Potatoes Peach & Cottage Cheese Salad Homemade Hot Rolls and Corn MufTins 85c Choice of One Young Beet Liver and gravy Hot Roast Pork and brown gravy Chicken and dumplingi BJack-eyed Peas Fresh Garden Greens Oven-Baked Potato Tomato & Lettuce Salad Homemade Hot Rolls and Corn Muflliu Wednesday Thursday Friday 85c Choice of One Our own Bnked Ham Hot Roast Beef and brown gravy Chicken and dumplings Razorback Baked Beans Buttered Carrots Baked Macaroni &; Cheese Potato Salad 85c Choice of One Breaded Pork Tenderloin Frankfurters and Kraut Hot Roast Bee£ and brown gravy Pinto Beans Green Garden Cabbage Snowflake Potatoes Apple & Celery Salad Homemncle Hot Rolls and Corn MufTins 85c Choice of One Fresh Catfish Meat Loaf with tomato sauce Chicken and dumplinn Baked Sweet Potato Great Northern Beans Mustard Green* Combination Salad Homemade Hot Rolls and Corn MufTins Saturday 85c Choice of One Breaded Pork Chops Country Fried Steak Chicken and dumplings Green Lima Beans Stewed Tomatoes Mashed Potatoes Pineapple Salad Homemade Hot Rolls and Corn MutTins DELICIOUS SEA FOODS - STEAKS - CHOPS RAZORBACK'S FAMOUS BARBECUE FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE WE OFFER CURB SERVICE ALL HOURS RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN South Highway 61 Openll a.m. to 1 a.m. Week Days 12 Noon to.12 p.m. Sunday German Ship Steward Accused of Cannibalism BHKMKN. Clcrmnny. Murch 21.— VPl— A German ship's steward wns accused Suturdny of ciinnlhiULsui find murder. Wo will go to trial April 12. Tlie 4te\vni(l, Borio Fries, 30. Is charged ftllli having murdered u small boy In Juno, lfl«, and with having culm pm-ts of the body. Com-l officials snld the prosci-ii- llon will nlk'Bc Hint Files cut of parts of the boy's leg and romovc( the liver; Ihrtt ho took tho im-nl home mid Mild ho hncl obtnliml t by barter; that his wife thought I was pork, cooked it and tho couplu ate It. Two Die in Wrecks B.v the AKSm'hi(rt) 1'rrss Howard Kurd, Notrro, was killed El Doriulo Smidiiy when lite mi- omobilo collided with u pasflcnger train. And at 1'iuls, Phillip Fletcher, 53, of the ChlMiivlllc Community, dlcci of Injuries suffered fentuvdny when lie wius struck by an automobile. ^ Nothing IB more f]\Mckly efFectlr* 1 for tho relict or iieurnlKl* and 1 lirndrvcha than Liquid Cn;un!lfi«. Alno Kiulhcs np-ict ticrvrs ihio to I thu piiin. UBO only n« dlructod. 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