The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 3, 1951 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 3, 1951
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BLYTHEVTILE. /ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1951 Oregon Man 'Will Shoot' Anyone Approching Him; 'Daughter to Find Out' DURANGO, Colo., Ail?. 3. (fPt— Will a 56 year old prospector from Oregon shoot his favorite daughter If she approaches the clitl on which he's perched-22 miles northwest of here? That was the b!g question today as authorities sought a way to persuade Mill ard Carmean not to carry out his written threats to fire on anyone approaching, too close to the 250-foot cliff. The daughter, Mrs, Charlene Smith of San Diego, Calif., arrived here Isust night and is witling and anxious to try to talk to her father. Sheriff Chester Petty planner! to take the 18 year old Mrs. Smith into the really rough cut mountain country sometime today in hope her father will let them get clo>e enough to talk to him- They don't want him to use the ,38-cRlibre pistol with which he U believed to be armed. Votes Were l^fl Carmean left notes reporting that lie was going into the mountains of southwestern Colorado and warning everyone to stay away. They v,'ere found Tuesday by his brother. Norman of Uurango. Norman vrent into Hie country mentioned in the not^.s and talked across the canyon to hi.s broiler. But Millnrd refused Norman's pleas for him to return to Durango. After remaining until Tuesday midnight at a camp they used for gold and silver prospecting, Nor- mnn returned to Durango and reported to Sheriff Petty. They went to the campsite Wednesday, Alt* mpi L'nsucof&sful Thoy were unsuccessful in attempting to rout act Millnrd Carmean although when the sheriff fired his pistol in the air there was an answering shot. Petty didn't think Cermean was shooting at him and his brother. They left enouch food to last until today and stayed away yrs- terda3* to RJVC "Csrmean time' to think things over." The slifriff faid Carmean's actions apparently are due to despondency. Relatives reported the.t re appeared despondent at times. But, his sister in law, Mrs. Norman Cnrmean. said he alM is "the nicest guy anyone could ever meet." Churchill Downs has the distinction amonp; major American race tracks of having put on an annual meeting eveiy year since 1875. U.S. to Sell Virginia's House at Auction SPOKANE, Wash., Aug. 3. <P>-- Virglnla Hill's luxurious $31,000 home will be sold at auction nere today. The government seized the lorn* for non-payment or $161,000 ir income taxes which they claim ths one-time girl friend of the late Ben Biiggfiy) Siege! owes them. ' The government received a most $16,000 from auction of her personal effects and household goods yesterday. Afore than 2500 persons cruvdt-d the lav/n of the houi-e to M on ttcms from garbage cans to mink coats, J- P. Gehrig of Spokane (ioL a bargain when he bid $10 for a set of cuff links and a ring, Tl-e ring, •nvorprl with bread dough ard soap. turned out to be the $500 ciamond and ruby wedding band Virginia was to have used to marry Slcgel, a gangster slain in her ixvs Angeles apartment. Gchrlg said he would not give it back to the government but would n.urn it to Viginla If she wanted it .for sentimental reasons. However, late last night she said she didn't want it back, sayinp she wanted to start out fresh without memories of the past. Miss Hill cooperated with internal revenue authorities in sorting the 100 pair of shoes and many suits and dresses in her wardrobe for the auction. She said she wanted to get the whole thins over with fn $he could join her husband. Hauser, and eishl-rnonth>o!d 30tx Peter, In Chile, Crowds braved a birght cloudless sky in 93 degree heat ysstevday to take part in the auction, pid- dinst was brisk, and all the pnr- M>na| articles—over 100—had been sold by early evening. Even in the sweltering heat the mink coats found buyers. However, i the furs, valued at approximately $20,000 brou--!"t In only ?j>2RO. Highest price paid was $1550 for a I silver blue mink valued at $5000. U.S. Rubber Employes Signs Wage Contract NEW YORK. Aug. 3. M'l—The U.S. RuLuei Co. ?nri the CIO Unilcd Rubber Workers today reached K contract and wa?e set- flenient covering 35.000 employes. The announcement came from a company spokesman, who .said r.nroement was reached at 4 a.m. iKfiT) between representatives of the company and all 19 plants involved. Driver V/ins Argument About Fire Siren! HOUSTON. Aug. 3- (ff> — Edward Mam, 57. angrily contended that he had hoard no siren when' Fire Station N*o. H's bratid new pumper slacked into his car here yesterday. • He hadn't. The siren had dropped off in the street six blocks farther back, driver George Skeeier explained. Returning Yank Finds Mother He Believed Dead tor Years SEATTLE Aug. S. w)—A young him with the news. th«n guided .soldier came down the gangplank him ashou for the happy reunion, of the transport Gen. Metgs with. 4.736 other returning veterans ot I • D _l /•• the Kcrcon War yesterday and was I JQD KGQ VFOSS sreeteri by h!s mother whom he had «i«*n f • M •housht di.'aei for years. jWlll 5011(1 lOVS The mother, Mrs. LaVetta Day, — — • - • • * 33, of SciUie. sobbed wlth^joy as she embraced p;-t, Danny Lee Sportsman, 19, of Petaluma. Calif. The young "mother. ' soldier murmured . Mrs. Dny and her first husband parted mure than 16 years ago. The husband vanished with Danny Lee, I hen only 2H, and she won R divorce. 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