The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 18, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 18, 1947
Page 7
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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNK 18, 1947 __ Head Testifies to Garsson Case former Chairman of Senate Committee . Asked About Records WASHINGTON, June 18. tUP) — ranter Sen. James M. Mead, D. W. T.. told a federal court jury th*l he docs not know the present whereabouts of certain documents turned over to the Senate War Inreatigatlng committee during its Instigation of the Garsson munl- tioas empire. He suggested, however, that the CTjmmittee counsel or the present chairman might know. Mead w-is chairman or the war investigating committee at the time of Its Garsson investigation. . former Congressman Andrew J. M»y of Kentucky. Henry M. "Gars- ion »nd Murray Garsson. his bio-I ther, arc bslng tried on charges of conspiracy to defraud the government lu connection with the wartime operations of the Garsson munitions firms. They contend that the missing documents would be helpful to their defense if, they could be found. ' The documents Include a $2.6"0 check cashed fcy May and used, he contends, to the benefit of the Caissons. Also missing'are the rcc-j ords of the Cumberland Lumber Co.. which the government charges was used to cloak bribes paid May by the Garssons.' Before Mead took the stand, Joseph Freeman, acquitted defendant in the trial, collapsed and was taken to a hospital. His attorney Injured Flyer Found Magicians Bemoan High Prices Vow Charged for Crystal Balls By AIXCN HOFFMAN shortage. United Press Staff Correspondent) John Brituif or Cincinnati. O., a PITTSBURGH. June 18. (UP)— soup company engineer who Is prt- Jcerhte the Wizard was burned a-Jsldenl or the IBM, said: vc yesterday. He escaped, naturally. But. just n case, there were police and fire rncrgency squads standing by. The giant hotfoot was a feature if thc four-day 19th annual con- 'cnLloii of Ihc International Bro- hcrhooj of Magicians Some 1500 wizards, conjurors, slelght-of-hanil irtlsts, illusionists, viziers, and prcs- tlgidators blew into town yesterday. The convention was billed, rather exuberantly, as "magic Ijeav.-'n In '41." Peggy Hartman, 22, shapely brunette who was selectee as "Miss Magic" welcomed the am ateur, semi-pro, and profession.! tricksters. She was chosen as th girl the magicians' would "mos like to disappear with.". Most her Ijunny costmifc seemed to tiav vanished, at that. / I The magicians milled around tli 17th floor of, the William Pen Hotel, inspecting dealer's display asking each,other, "how's trick:;? iid moaning about tlic crystal '.-.i 'Czechoslovakia Is thc only coun- •y that makes good crystal balls. Unfortunately production was iiop- e<l by the war. A good three-Inch- r that used to cost J3.C5 now costs 25—if you can find one." The magicians also complain a- wut kids lousing up their acts. Children aren't as easy to fool as grown-ups," Bra urn said. "They won't l>c led logically like adults, and sec only that Oiclr eye? and cars tell them." Harry Bccrhle from Allei'.lown, Pa., otherwise known as the "wizard," was taken to the steps of the city-country building at noon. There he wits placed in Russian '.ortai'S stocks, allegedly belonging at, one time to the czars. He was lawhed securely In the stocks and then tied up In a paper bag .laln.-atcd with gasoline. A fellow-maKiclan touched a match to liceihlc. • He came out smiling. How? He wouldn't tell, because, if lie did, he'd lose his membership la ihc IBM. Magicians, like dulsie.-, never tell. ups FOR R£AL MtXCVRy SCKV/tt ALWAYS sec YOVR Still & Young Motor Co. 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Expert Washing and Lubricating ALL CARS VACUUM-CLEANED WILSON AUTO SERVICE Leslie Nicolai, 35, was found alter lying for more than six hours when his plane crashed in the rugged hill country east of Vallejo, Cjalif Mrs. John Riclgeway (L> and Dorothy CuininiiiBS (11) cnrod for the stricken flyer, Nicolni sulfercd cuts and a broken lea, uml hud covcrci himself with grass while 1GO searchers combed the area tor him. tNEA Telephoto.) \Atomic Energy Group to Hear I Soviet Views said his condition was serlons. (Freeman was Washington manager for the Garssons. He was charged along with them and May. but after completion of the government case, the court directed an acquittal for him. Earlier, Margiotti called a scrle.i of character u'ltnesscs including •Mayor Joseph S t McClure of Bata- vi». Hi., who said that Henry Garsson had a good reputation for'hon- «stv. and integrity. During thc cross-examination of LAKE SCCESS, N. V., June IB. these witnesses, the government (UP) — Russia succeeded Tuesday | brought out that Garxson had been I In an attempt to have thc latest dismissed as a revenue agent by (soviet atomic control proposal. 1 ! de- the Treasury Department m<»'c baled In two important lorums than- 20 5'enrs "go allegedly forl o j tllc Tj,,it c< i Nations Atomic Ena bribe. Garsson latnr W3sj ergy commission. **nlsMon..'to the: New York state in the Atomic Commissions work- b«r in 1938. .; .Panqma Hats Cleaned & Reblocked Fur Remodling The Johns Shop River Sand and Gravel Delivered to You Call A. H.Webb Phone 714 W. M»!n UNBLOCK f^DIGESTWt TRACT AJW/Stop Dotinc Your Stomach '• With Sod. and Alkalinrm Dw»t e*n«ct to r*t n»l relief fron. h«.dactie, HW •toruefa. fM UHl b*d brwth by Ukme ••^ SAd otb«r ftlkalben U the true C«UM of "SSSfS,*! JSfSfKuM. i. no. la th. ,lnj,-ti >t >U. But ID tl» btottntl tract wh»«»% ot your lood I. di««rt«a. And when tbt iMnf r»rt I'*' blocked food may f.II to 4iCitt property. ^JWt you want for rwl mi« a « •hfccto "unblock" yourlow«r intestinal trarL SowMtbing to clmo It out effectively—help N«t»K cvt bade on her Teet. . (M CirUc'i FSIli rilht now. T»ke ai d rated. They jenlly «nd effectively unblock TOWT d«e*i«e tract. Thi permit. «ll So! Tiwtwra'i own digestive juices to mix better vttfc your tood. You p* rmulnr. njirf from |_Minll - «o you c»n leel reoUf nood again. ~Jt*T C.rter'1 Pill> today. "Unb\rrck" your Ing committee. •Later Hie same day, Soviet Delegate Andrei Oromyko will have n chance to put other purls o: ti latest atomic plan before "the equally important political, or controls, committee which for several svccks has been working in what thc United Slates hopes, will be thc long- planned world atomic energy control treaty. Thc fnci mat Russia, decisively outnumbered in opposition to the American atomic control plan has hardly been participating in iho treaty-drafting operations or Hie political committee has led some officials to be suspicious of Uio- myko's ivttcmpt lo lav his new proposals before the political committee. NOW at— Liberty Cash Grocery Minnie Lee Jones, Studio ANNOUNCING Summer Classes in Piano Reasonable Rates Enrol. Now Phone 2994 or Write Miss Jones 807 Chickasawba Blythcvillc, Ark. j i FARM LOANS * You can now secure the most attractive farm loan in history. Low rates of interest, extremely tonp; terms with li!>sr;il prcpay- mcnt privileges. Practically no expense attached. If your present loan docs not bear less than 5% interest you will certainly be in- tercsted in our Farm Loans, Unlimited amount available, f-'uch an opportunity may never exist again. So if you wish to finance or refinance, write or see A. F. DIETRICH c/n United Insurance Agency 209^ W. Main — Guard Blitg. niylhcvillc, Ark. llic \ tnct iorreal iWirf from lodixMtloa, \$<tl*9** r * ' Zamfo i NOTICE In the rrobulrt Court for Chickasawha District of Missis- Coimty, ArUnnsas. In the Matter of: . Administration nf the Fst;itc of 'Mildred II. Stevens, i>ccenscd. 'Notice is hereby Riven that Ifl- tci-s of ndmlnlstrntion \vc™ grniu- ctl to the undcrsisnccl upon tlic Estate ol Mtlcli-ccl H. Stevens, deceased, on the ntli di\j' of June. 1941, by I he Probate Court. Chick- nsawbn District ol Mississippi County. Arknnsns. All persons imv- inR elaims or dcmaiuU "Rainst sfiirt estnte must exhibit them, properly authenticated, to tiic «n- rtersiened for allowance within six months from thr rtnte o[ the pub'.ication of this notice or snid claims shall be barred forever and precluded from any benefits of said estate. Tlic address of the undersigned administratrix is Bly- thcvlllc, Arkansas. Dated this 17th day of June. inn. 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