The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 7, 1951 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 7, 1951
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TtTESDAY, AUGUST 7, 19ol •LYTH?VILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE rm 2 Ex-Kansas City Thugs Die in Gang Warfare HOLLYWOOD, Ant. 1. (if) — Polio* Chief WiUlam H. Parker today ordered a roundup of all known inoclatw or .lain mob- aten Tony Brancalo and Tony Trotnbitio, victims of Los Angeles ganfland'a latest rubout. HOLLYWOOD, AUK, 1 UV-Oang war/are took the Jives of two ex- Kansas City thugs last nighl. One of them had just graduated to the FBI's list of the 10 most ^wanted men. Tony Trombino and Tony Brancato were shot to death in a car parked Just half a block off Hollywood Boulevard. The bullets entered the backs of their heads as they sat in the front seat of the car. Police believed the shots were fired by someone con- cealed in the back seat, waiting ; or the men to enter the automobile. A witness said lie saw a man run across the street after the shots and speed away in a waiting car. The windshield was'shattered by five bullet holes. Det. Chief Thud Brown said the men had floated for the past five years between the underworlds of Kansas City and Los Angeles. The car carried a Missouri license. Brancato. 35. and Trombino, 31, th were questioned about the 1948 shotgun murder of Harry Rothman in Mickey. Cohen's haberdashery. Police talked to them again after Cohen was ambushed a year later. This blast killed one of Cohen's henchmen, Neddie Herbert. Human Leg Seen As Clue to Fate Of Lost Plane ANCHORAGE, Alaska, Aug. 1 (Of, —The discovery of • human leg nd parts or a pair of sreen whlp- ord trousers on the beach at Yak- tat held a possible clue today to he fate of a Korean airlllt plane Usslng since July 31 with 38 per- OJ1S, Tenth Rescue Squadron is now x-pccted to concentrate Its search o the caft .along Hie shore waters ! the Yakutat area. Three Juneau doctors said the eg had been exposed to water about '.wo weeks—about the length ot line since the airlift plane dlsap- >eared. Three Persons Take Own Lives In Arkansas; One Other Killed By The Associated Presi Four persons died violently in Arkansas Monday; and three of them took their own lives. A 35-year-old Negro identified «s George Amos of Little Rock leaped to his death from the Main Street bridge across the Arkansas River at Little Rock. Amos, an employe of the Missouri Pacific railroad, was married and had one. child. In Danville, Deputy Sheriff Eugene Weathcrall said Arv'el Jame'r- son. 46, an automobile mechanic, shot himself to death with a shotgun in the presence of his mother at Ms parents' home. A bauxite miner was crushed to "Senara Group Inquires Into Boyl* Charges WASHINGTON, Aug. 7 W/—Senator Hoey (D-NC) said last night the Senat* Investigations committee he heads is making a "preliminary inquiry" Into a report that William M. Boyle, Jr.. Democratic Party national chairman, was paid for using hi« "influence." The St. Lou'tg Post Dispatch ha.s reported that Boyle accepted 18,000 In fees connected with approval of a loan from the Reconstruction Finance Corporation to » St. Louis firm. Boyle has denied the charge. death by a falling slab at the Reynolds Mining Company's digging near Bauxite. He was Albert B Jaimson, of near Little Rock. An official of the company said Jahnson was watching a crew o drillers working on the ceiling o the mine—265 feet below the Bur face—when the slab on which they were working gave way and fell on him. Earlier Monday a South Caro lina man took his life by crashing through the windshield of a movini bus near Pordyce, Ark. Says lit Annapolis 'Honor System' Prows 'Highly Successful' ANNAPOLIS. Md., Aug 7 iVP)— Though the United States Naval Academy has no "formalized honor system", cheating U as much cause for dismissal is it Is at West Point, according to Academy regulations. Article 2202 gives this warning. "Any midshipman guilty of offenses ot a dishonest nature, including answering for another at muster or any form of cheating becomes immediately subject to a recommendation for dismissal from the naval service." "Our code has been highly successful," Commandant of Midshipmen Capt. Robert B. Pirle laid yesterday. Scientist Hunts Wife, Daughter and Pilot Missing in Alaska JUNEAU, Alaska, Aug. 7 (.Tj— A wealthy scientist who came to Alaska three weeks ago to study glaciers pressed a search today for his wife, their daughter and a pilot, nits-sing since July 27 In the expedition's supply plane. The scientist, Walter A. Wood of Far Hills, N.J., learned only Saturday of the family tragedy when he and three others were picked off Malaspina Glacier by an Air Force plane In response • to a message they wrote in the snow. Missing aboard the supply plane. a Norseman, were Wood's wife and 18-year-old daughter, Valerie, and pilot Maurice King. Coroner Can Arrest Bookmaker If H» Se*i Violation, Official Say* LfTTLE ROCK, Aug. 7 M>) — A coiinty coroner can arrest & bookmaker, but only if he sect* H violation of law. says the Arkansas attorney general's office. Awistant Atty. Gen. -Cleveland Holland isesued that opinion yesterday In answer to a query by Dr. Allyn R. Power, Garland County v coroner. Dr. Power, who had asked the opinion so he coutd "fully live lip to the oath of office." had no comment on the decision last night. He indicated that he might make a statement after receiving official notice of th« opinion. itcam Plant Argument! To B« Heard Today LITTLE ROCK, Aug. 7 Wi_The Arkansas Public Service Commis- lon today was to hear oral argtl- nenta on a rural electric co-opera- ive'a application to build > huge iteam generating planl in northwest Arkansas. Attorneys for private utilities opposing the proposed facility and co-op attorneys late yesterday completed arguments on a motion to dismiss the co-op's application. The Spratly Islands are located in the South China Sea. comfort M LUSTS OF RESTFUL NIGHTS! SEEKS DIXIE-COP TEAM- Sen. Karl E. Mundt (R, S D.), above, started a political ball rolling by proposing a GOP- Southern Democratic "alliance" to pick a presidential slale in 1952, Mundt says U matters little whether the top, candidate selected is a Republican or a rebellious Southern Deniocial. Republicans expressed differing views of the proposal, and Southern Democrats have been largely silent about it. irate Guardsmen Learn Korean War Lessons at Camp CAMP POLK, La.. Aug. 7 Wl- Tlie 38th. (Louisiana-Arkansas) National Guard Division Ls being auRht lessons' the United Stales earned In Korea. Blylheville's Company 'M' Is at the camp. The division, which began its ,wo-we«k summer encampment lere yesterday, is under the com- nand of Brig. Gen. Charles A. Redding of Shreveporl, IA. Redding, the assistant commander. Is n charge in the absence of Ma). 3«n. Raymond Fleming, who Is actlnjc chief of the National Cnard Bureau in Washington. ^rankle and Ava In Seclusion for End of Mexico Vacation MEXICO CITY. Auc. T I/Pi — sportsman Jorge Pasmiel, roared up Frank Sinatra and Ava Gardner o Its berih In the presidential han- ser in Mexico City less than an lour later, Jusl about Us flight line from Aeapulco. Their Mexican friend. Attorney ilcslquio Aguilar. followed in his nvn plane. He said that as soon Arkansas Rural Health Meet to Be Thursday Lrn'LE HOCK. Aug. 1 (,Ti— first. Arkansas rural health conference will open a two-day run here Thursday. Hundreds of farmers and medica men are expected to attend the meeting, sponsored by the Arkansas Medical Society, the Arkansas Dental Association, the University i of Arkansas Extension Service, the I Farm Bureau Federation and the Cornell of Home Demonstration Clubs. October Draft Call In Arkansas: 225 eportedly are winding up their lectlc Mexican vacation In seclu- ilon In Mexico City. A Mexican lawyer friend, who Is n contact with them, said they are -pending their last two days as quests at a private home here. He declined to give details. The crooner and the movie actress hurriedly left the pacific re*ort of Ac.ipulco yesterday evening by private plane. Word was passed around (hat they might go to the Veracim slate vacation center at Forlin de Las FJoce*. But flelr plane, put at their disposal by millionaire Importer anil LITTLE ROCK. Aug. 7 I/P.- Arkansas is expected to supply HI men for the armed services In October. State Selective Service headquarters, announcing the quota yesterday, said 22ft Arkansans will receive calli. One-fourth to one-third of the population of the world Is not covered by official census records. WARNING ORDFR In the Chancery Court. Chickasawba District, Mississippi County. Arkansns. D. F. TAYLOR. Trustee. and JEFFKn3ON-C!ra villa BANK of ST. r.QUIS, a Corporation, Pitt. vs. No. 11.706 TnOI.A O. SHUMATE; JEAN M. SHUMATE; D. F. TAYLOR, Trustee for Continental Mortsase Comianv nn'l Subr.rciuenl f'•*••'•• - np j'«'^- r to P'llvlKf; WII.UAM T. RKID and PATRICIA REID. Dfls. The defenrtiMiU. Wlllliun T. Reid Patricia Reid. Trola G. Shumatr and Jean M. Shumate are hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer Ihe crmplatnt ot the plaintiffs. D. F. Taylor. Trus- ' tee and Jefferson-Gravols Bank of St. Lonls, a Corporation. < Dated this 1 day of August. 1951. Harvey Morris, Clerk ; By Ruth Magee. D.C. | Penlx and Penlx, attorneys foi plaintiffs. i «n-U-2!-2fll -hey arrived here the couple went directly to a private home. Aguilar said Sinatra lias no tention of trying for a Mexican dl- orce frojn his estranged wife, Nancy. This is being filed in Ihe United Stales, he said. plaint of Ihe plaintiffs, D. P. Taylor, trustee and Jefferson Gravels Bank of St. Louis, a corp,, and Wllllaa T.,Reid and Patricia Rollins Reid. Dated this 1 day of Aug., 1951. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Ruth Magee. D.C. Penix and Penlx, attys. for pltls. Arthur S. Harrison, atty ad lltem. 8J7-14-21-24 In ORDER tl'e Clinncrry Court. Chlcka- NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commission of Revenues of Ihe state of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as 328 S. Division, Blvtheville. Mississippi County. The undersigned states that hi Is a clti/en of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been roiiflcted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; sawba iDstrict. Mississippi County, I that no license to sell beer by thi Arkansas. D. F. Taylor, trustee, and Jetferson-Oriivois Bank of St. Louis, a corp., Ptf. vs. No. 11,164 Krnest H Beadle Hi'., William T. Reid. Marguerite J. Beadle, Patricia Rollins Reid and J. R, McDowell, trustee and C. P. Reid, nfls. The defendant;, J. R. McDowell and C. P. Reid. Ernest H. Beadle Sr. and Marguerite J. 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