The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 7, 1949 · Page 3
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April 7, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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THURSDAY, 'APRIL T, 19.19 BLYTHEVILLE (ATIKJ COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE! Dingy Vice Office Yields Big Names Leather-Bound Books Seized by Raiders; Lone Woman Nabbed y CHICAGO. April 7—W—Police lost, nl«ht raided a dingy, li North Side room, which they termed the operational hub of a vl ring catering to some 2,500 men from the United States and foreigi lands, Captain Thomas Hanlsou of the Chicago Avenue Police led the raid ers on a room at 640 North Clavl St. Two leather bound books con talntng names of the ring's clienUI were confiscated. Mrs. Nonna Wire, 24, a brunett< was siczed and held without charg- She was the only person there, Harrison said the room was von I cd as a public secretary's office. 1 contained two telephones, a tabl and two chairs. The two books, Harrison salt contained the names of \vell-kno\\ personages here and abroad. Name birthday's and home towns ai listed. The customers' idiosyncra: ics preferences in women and pric paid, for a night's company also arc listed. Harrison said. Harrison said If the 2,500 men patronized the ring only once during a visit here the profit would exceed S 100,000. In thii month of January 210 clients were entertained. HarrJson said. Prices for a night's entertaln- Qment, Harrison said, varied from $15 to $450. Tlie ring's telephone call system operated this way, Harrison said: A man listed in the books calls a certain telephone number. He gives the operator there his name or an abbreviation carried in one of the two books. When the "client" mentions the birthdate opposite the name, the operator puts the call through to the required type of girl. Harrison said county EPS listed In the books besides the United Slates are Enplnnd, Argpntina, the Philippine Islands, Mexico, Canada, China, Hawaii, Norway, Australia. India, Alaska and the Union of South Africa. Fire HeroineOpens Dream House TT 4 4, *• *- V *- V. Jj Roberta Lee (center), 14, who was seriously burned rescuing her brothers and sister when fire destroyed their home in Des Plaines, III., in February, culs a large ribbon at ceremonies opening her new dream home in Des Plnincs. The house was built with free labor and from materials contributed by well-wishers. At left is Mayor Martin Kennelly ol Chicago, and on the other side ol Roberta is Mike Sexton, president, oi the Chicago Carpenters' District Council. (AP Wirephoto.) Municipal Officials' Terms May Vary Due to Adoption of New Law Funds for Airlift And AEG Okayed House Committee Approves Total of $153,000,000 WASHINGTON, April 7. (,1'j — Emergency nllotmc'iiLs of $110.000.000 for the Atomic Energy Commission mid $43,000.000 for the Ucrlln nlrlifl were approved yesterday by the House Appropriations Cominil- tee. They were included In an omnibus $671.017.172 money bill supptc- mentiiiB current year approprln-' lions for miscellaneous government agencies. The bill Is scheduled tor House consideration today. The bill's total is $26.081,226 below the President's budget reciuc.st*, but the Atomic Enorey Commission Hint the Hcrlln all-UK funds were not cut. Tlie committee also approved the full request for $•10.000.000 for .stockpiling of strategic and critical ma teilals being stored up for use in any iw.sslble future rmernency. In addition to the push, the stockpiling fund \va.s authorized to Inc-nr S2TO.- 000.000 li\ contract nbllpntloiLs loi \\hich future appropriations may IJP nt'ce.ssavy. Tl-.* now fund for the Atomli Enerpy Commission Is for paying of on contract authority previously iiuthor!?ed by Congress, The totnl contract Authority authorised wns ' $400.000.000, against which Com:re.s.s previously appropriated $250,000,000. The estimated cast of the airlift operation Ibis year Is $153,000.000. Present plans. Air Force officers testified, contemplate the \LSC of 287 Air Force C-54 carrier pluue.s through June 30. Fi-om an original dally lift of 225 tons, they said, the operation has Increased to average 5.020 tons dally. Up to March TJ, Held By Czechs Ambassador Douglas Resting Well' After '•ish Hook Injures Eye SOUTIIAMITON, Kllfjlniul. A|>rll —01')—Ambn&sador Lewis DoiiRlns, tho injured his loft eye In H flsh- nrc noclclcnt wius rejiortccl yi'sti'i'dny o be "resting fnlrly well" nnd lu 'pood spirits." A .siiokcsmun for Ihc Soutlmmp- on Kyp Hospital siild the sorlous- ics.s cif (hp Injury cimnot bo doler- nlniMl until an exiuntimllnn when Iw humilities will be removed. Dnnulns \vns hurt Moiulny while Hsliliiii tor troul In Ihc River Tosl ,ienr here. A gust of wlnil blew (lie nook Into his eye us he wns nisl- InK. A member of the hospttul .shift suitl (hero \viis "no nrotoi\tilUt.v" of tlie innlKissiulor'.s rcniovul from (lie ho.spltnl to London "for severnl iluys." Norway's Largest Luxury Liner Here Is nn aillsl's conception of Iho new lfi,500-ton motor «hlp Oslofjorcl, Norway's ncwesl luxury liner. Sho will be christened In Amstenhm, llollnnd, by Norweglon Crown Princess Martha on April 2. Tlic vessel will be the Inrgest flylnfi the Norwegian flag when sho enters trnns-Atlnnlic service in 1050. Ocoi'Kc R. Jones <nlxn'C) Owc'iisuoro, Ky.. soldier, 1ms bci'i sentenced by c/rchnsluviiktu Cimrt to ten yell's In prison on u cUurno of .spylnt! iiBiilnxt Czi'duislovuklu. Cliircnee lllll of Jiu-ksoii, Minn., iil- M» im AnicL'taui M>l<ll''i, \vns sen- Ir-neecl tu 12 ycuis on he smile count. C/ccti unUuiiille.-i Insisted Ihc two Cil's were mi n SIMTC! mission mid rrfiiM'd (he Aiiiorli'iin I'lii- bnssy olflcliilt. the rlt'ht ti> see or lulk with them.—Al' Wlreplioto). Notice of Prnbate of Will Notice is hereby sivcn that the Last Will and Testament of JOM ph E. Elkins. deceased. No. 1904. was probated In common form by the Probate Court of Mississippi County, Chickasawba District, on the 22' day of March, 1S49. An appeal trom such probate can be effected only by filing a petition, , stating the grounds on such appeal, Trith this court within six (6) months from date of this notice. Witness my hand and seal this 22 day of March. 1949. ELIZABETH BLYTHE, Clerk of said. Court Reid & Roy, Attorneys. 3J24-31-417 LITTLE ROCK, April 7. M'j — Some municipal officials apparently are going to lose several months of their new terms ;others apparently are going to serve a longer tinic than they were elected for. The situation arises from adoption of Act 307 at the 1049 General Assembly. Act 307 provides that bcgiiiHiris in 1950, cities of the first and second class and incorporated towns will elect mayors, clerks, aldermen and other officials on the date of the statewide biennial general election in November. Officials would take office the following Jan. 1. As a result of this Jan. 1 provision, officials who were elected Tuesday for two-year terms apparently may serve some three months less than this period. On the other hand officials elected a year ago may sei-ve several months longer. There'll be a lapse between expiration of their present terms in April, 1950. and the first election under tJic- new law in November. 1P50. Now municipal elections arc held in April in different years depenrt- inp on tlie classifications of the municipality and local custom. Attorney General Ike Muny said he expected a request for a ruling on effects of Act 307. the United States had carried 026.31 tons of supplies by air Into Ber- In. There was no explanation by the •omtnitice of what supplies will be .nirchnseri with the new funds [or stockpiling. Oilseed Group Elects BILOXI. Miss., April 7—MY-Nev, president of the Valley Oilseed Processors Association is W. H. LUlard of Fort Smith, Ark. He was elected nt the group's final session here. Directors elected include W. W Knight, Little Rock, Ark. Read Courier News Want Ads. Chiefs of Armed Services to Meet With Eisenhower W ASH IN GTON. Ajprll 7. (/Tl- OperiU'Mf? chiefs oi the three nrmc< .services will gn to Key West todfi to r^siime conferences with Gci Dwigh. D. Elsenhower. Tlie General, recalled from tl preside:my of Columbia Universil for lemnornry duty as chairman the Joint chiefs of staff, is recup crnting there from a stomach ai merit. The s'aff discussions Eire exnectc to last into next week, the eicpnr ent of niillnnul defense salit. A burnt warning tlwt it they vlo- tc orders »Kai>ist public sqwililrtes >ey wil fnce n Congressional In- 'sllijini.in goes with the generals ml admirals 10 Key West. The ulise Armed Services Committee osted that notice 111 a resolution. Perlups in observance of that iirninu, the nnnounccment of the oy Wist trip Included u nutation hat "there will be no pie.ss conlcr- ices ft Key West In connection llh these rrcclliiBS." Pickard's Gro and Market 1044 Chickasawba SWIFTS PREMIUM < BRANDED BEEF Easter Buys for the thrifty and wise Drew up ... perk up for Easter. Highlight your new taster outfit with gorgeous jewelry at prices within your budget. Choose from our grand selection now. ^ We Specialize in Fancy Meats and Groceries We Deliver Phone 2043 Plenty of I'arkinR Spue* PEAK SHHl lEUr KACHEl M1CI PEAK—in green or halenciago . . . $3.95 RACHEL—in light blue, beige, or multicolor . . . $2.95. TRIO—in red, green, or wheat... §3.95. PERKY—in red only . . . §2.95. GAIL—in red or green . . . ?2.95. ALICE—in red or green . . . $2.95. LETTY—in white only . . . $2.95. SHELL—in white or black suede ?2.95. Family Shoe Store 312 West Main Phone 2342 f S DIAMOND BULOVA $ 24 75 America 1 ! grealeit walch value. Beautifully styled, limed for lolling accuracy. Charge U The only watch with the famed Dura- Power Mainspring. Star-timed accuracy Easy Terms Tho watch thaT'i precision-limed Choosa from Veri-Thin or Curvex Stylei. No Charge for Credit- Cries f Included $6.50 Down COSTUME JEWELRY oo UP Pin», cfipi, brooche*. earrings, bfOceleH ana many raecev

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