The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 2, 1951 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1951 BLTTHEVTLLE. (ARK.) COUKFER XEWS PAGB TKKKJtt Senator Denies He 'Welched'on Crap Game Loss McCarthy of Wisconsin Doesn't Recall Play In Alleged Game Columbus. O., Aug. J. (AP)—Sen. *loseph McCnrlHy (H-Wls) lust .night (ie:;!W testimony Jl K hank- rupf-v; lieai'tng here tliat ho ih'.-p- ped $5500 to a Columbus man in n crap game two years ago, and fail Mi to pay up. T don't recall when I have ever played crap, and I wouldn't havi had that much money an: way," McCarthy said, when rcachc:l by tel- First Four B-52 Bombers' Cost Will Be $21 Million Each WASHINGTON. Aug. J. (AP) — The Air Force's first Jour B-52 in-| tcrcontinenlal bombers will cost; American taxpayer $21,354,211 each ' —thirty-five times the cost of the first B-17's,some 11 years ago. This Insight into the high cost military preparedness was dis- rt by Air Force officials In recent budget hearings before the House Military Appropriations subcommittee. The testimony was made public ^c.-'Vrday. "'lie B-52's intricate bomb sights al.ilic will cost more than 5250,000 <"»di—trout 100 times the price of the f;>med World War II Norden b.;lHb -.i:;rl'.. The first B-52 Is expected to be ready for test (light later this year. It will have eight Jet engines and will climb to more than 50.000 feet. Air Force officials said the cost of the first four giant bombers in- cl'.Me.i the expense of special tool, inf. The "unit fly-away cost" would drop from $21.354,000 to S3.800.000 11 as many as 100 were produced at a time, they added. Reds Near Li, Nationalists Say TAIPEH, Formosa. Aug. 2. fJPy— The Nationalist defense ministry ( today said e]emen(.s of four Red ephoneathlsWashingtoni-esidence.ichine.se armies (corps) are moving Bob Byers. Sr., an Ohio real estate I toward Yunnan Province, recently operator ami builder, tes'.ifiod yes-j invaded from Burma by Nationalist terday at his 5500.000 bankruptcy ~ hearing that the Wisconsin senator lost S5.50C to his son. Bob Byers. Jr.. al. a game during a party in Colum- General Li Mi. The armies were identified as the Ulh, • 14th. 15th and 16th. Their total strength is estimated here at 100,000 men, but how many men are being sent to Yunnan is not, bus Hotel (Seneca>. McCarthy- Never Paid ••He (McCarthy) never paid it." the elder Byen testified. "I think, my son is still waiting for his mo-j lls ahead." ncv " McCarthy said last niglit there Boh Byers, Jr., was not available was "absolutely nothing at ail' 1 to for comment. - I B >' ers ' testimony. McCarthy was engaged as a " Bot> . Jr and l hav e never play- speaker tor a parly staged for bus- CQ craps.' McCarthy declared, iness representatives nt the Byers ,, Tile """'re of the service _McCnr- real eftate and building enterprises. " ' ' the elder Byers testified. "Standard Fee" Paid He iaid he paid the senator a ''standard fee" of 3500 on two occasions. Then Byers Sr. added: 'But my son>took $5500 away from known. The defense ministry spokesman said part of the 15th army is in Korea now. The /our armies belong lo the command of Gen. Chen Keng. He is deputy commander of the Chinese second field army, which has an overall strength of 250.000 men. him in a crap game, and that put'headed. thy performed to earn him two S500 fees was not made clear at the hearing. Byers is appearing before bankruptcy referee Gail M. Butt in 1 a S500.000 suit brought against a chain of organizations he once -Auto Makers Set to Raise Car Prices WASHINGTON', Aug. 2. (AP) _ Most, automobile manufacturers appeared ready today to seek additional prU'e boosts on new cars, perhaps up to ten pei cent. Chrysler (unofficially} has served notice it will ask a nine and, one- hnlf ppr cr-nt price increase, an Office of Price Stabilization snokes- Nationalist China Oilers Men to UN Action Follows Call For Members to Keep Armed Force Ready TAIPEH. Formosa. Aup. 2. (API —Nationalist China offered today to make available to the United Nations as many men from her armed forces as military requirciue'Ms permit. T P. Tsiang, chl?f Nationalist delegate to the U.N., delivered a note to that effect to U.N. Headquarters today, an official statement said. The note was in reply to the gen- oral assembly's recommendation cf Nov. 3. 1950. that each U.N. member maintain within its nrtncc: forces elements to he made available for future service as. Uni-.r-n Nations uniis. The reply saiJ. "the Chinese government has always supporter the principle of collective action a^ainit aggression and has also lent Us support to the recommendations on collective measures as set forth in the uniting for peace proi>osal." man said yesterday. Industry sources have said most other motor car makers will apply to OPS for increases of around ten per cent. OPS sources linve said most or all of the price increases apparently must be granted under the new controls law enacted by Congress a few days ago. A provision of the new law re- •quii-es price ceilings to reflect rises in business cost.s, overhead and other factors—up to July 26. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chlckl- sawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Robert Lucy, Pllf. vs. No. 11736 Monira lAicy, Deft. The defendant Monira Lucy Is hereby warned lo appear within thirty days in the cour' named in the caption hereof and answer tlie complaint of the plaintiff Robert Lucy. Dated this 7 day of July, 1951. Harvey Morris. Clerk By Anita Sykes, D. C. C. F. Cooper, atty for ptf. Gene E. Bradley, atty. ad litem. 1(12-19 WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chlck»- sawb» District, MiulMlppI County, ArkazuaB. Htttli Eyrd, Pltf. vs. No. 11734 James A. Byrd, Deft. The defendant James A Byrd IB hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named In the caption hereof and answer th« complaint of the plaintiff Ruth Byrd. Dated this 7 day of July, 1951. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Anita Sykes. D. O. C. F. Cooper, atty. for plaintiff. (Hne E. Bradley, attorney ad lit- em, 7|t3-19 IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWHA DISTRICT OP.MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OP THE ESTATE OF MRS. IDA T. MfNYADD (MRS. W. H. MINYARD), DECEASE" NOTICE TO CREDITORS List known address of the decedent: Blytheville, Arkansas. Date of death: July 28, 1951. The undersigned was appointed Administrator of th* estate of the above named decedent on the lit day of August, 1951. All pet»on» having claims against the MtaU must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six («> months of the date of the first publication of this notice, or they Shan be forever barred and precluded from any benefit* In this estaU. This notice first published Uifc 2nd day of August, Uliu Jesse Taylor, Administrator c/o Holland and Taylor Blythevilte, Arkansas «]*-• WARNING OKI1KK In llif Chancery Court, Cllicka- iawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. J. W. Sianfill, Pltf. vs. No. 11,133 Fcatic Stanfill. Dctt. The defendant Flcatie Stanfill Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court numcd in (tie caution hereof nnd answer the complaint of the plaintiff J. W. SUmflll. Dated this 7 day of July, 1051. Haivey Morris, Clerk By Anita Sykos, D. C. C. F. Cooper, atty. for ptf. Gene E. Bradley, atty. ad litem. The Cntskills represent the subtraction type of mountain. They are a remnant of a tableland of lever layers of red sandstone. KIM,« the ACHE, liURNMTCHef ATHLETES FOOT GB.M OR YOUR 40c BACK. T-4i. m*de whh undiluted ftlcobol bane DJLA7ES THE VESSELS OF TH£ SKIN to re»cb linfatdrled Infection and T-4-L »t »1J drvjB »torr«. Today ..E K1HBY IinOS. 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