The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 6, 1949 · Page 5
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r _THTm8PAT, OCTOKCT 8. Tucker Gives Up Lease on Plant Huge War Surplus Building Returned to WAA by Court Order CHICAGO, Oct. 6. (AM—Trustees o! Tucker Corpoallon yesteday gave' up the firm's lease on (he huge ,5111,000,000 war surplus 'former Hodge-Chrysler plant here, An order returning the vast plant to the War Assets Administration was signed by Federal District Judge Michael L. Igoe. The action was one of three major developments affecting the ill-starred firm which was organized In 1946 to produce rear-engine auto- i j mobiles, but never got going. I I 1 In another courtroom in the same building where the order giving the plant back to. the government was signed, cigh present and Joi'mei Tucker officials, including Picside'nt Preston Tucker, went on trial charged with mail fraud and security act violations. The third development was submission to Trustees John Chatz and Aaron Conlon of, the first comprehensive reorganization plan avanc- • ed since the linn bogged down last spring. Wnnhl Seek RFC I,nan The plan, advanced by a group of stockholders.-would raise $'20,000.000 by a new stock issue and sale of existing assets, and call upon the. Reconstruction Finance Corporation for a $20.000,000 loan "to be used only in the process o£ manufacturing automobiles." Judge Igoe's order stipulated that the Tucker plant was returned to j the WAA with the stipulation that Chatz and Conlon would have a 60-r[ay option period for renegotiating a lease with' the Tucker firm or purchasing the property. It bars the WAA from any move to make •Litnav rtus (AMU COTJRWE BING—Acquatic strip teaser Judy Cook, above, is suing Hollywood's Crosby brothers— Bing, Everett and Lawrence—for using, a stripped-down picture of her in ads plugging an acrjua- cadc at a Chicago fair last year. It seems the Crosby brothers were considering Judy's act for their show and when the deal fell through, they used her come- on picture anyway. For' this, Aliss Cook wants $100,000. other disposition of the plant during that period. The reorganization plan was submitted to the trustees in Judge Igoe's courtroom by Warren H. Oir of Chicago, attorney for the stockholders and a former Illinois Supreme Court justice. It .promises to set up a new firm, to be called the New Tucker Corporation. Livestock Show Parade Is Held In Spite of Rain LITTLE ROCK, Oct. •„ (f>— The !iier« fact that It had been cancelled failed to hilt th« Arkansas Livestock Show parade yesterday. In defiance of Manager Clyde Byrd's announcement that it. had been •called off and In • pouring rain, a group of die-hards stajcd the parade on schedule today to the tune of "Blue Skies," played by a soaked group of bandsmen. .The scheduled 40-bloclc long parade was cancelled Monday because of rain. But Parade Marr • Artie Gregory said the parade would be held despite the weather. Manager Byrd announced this morning that the parade again had been cancelled, but at U a.m.. Gregory assembled his group of hardy paraders 1 and marched.' The "Wildcat," only several blocks long instead of the scheduled 40, even had an audience as rain-coated, umbrella equipped crowds came out to the sidewalks to cheer "the hardy celebrants. The parade, led by Lltlle Rock Mayor Sam Wasse'll in an open buggy, included about 35 horsemen, and several rodeo queens, the Arkansas National Guard band, and an airplane. But other events on yesterday's livestock show program .remained cancelled. University of Toronto To Get New Bui/dings Valued at $16.000,000' TORONTO —W>)— A $16.000,000 building program for the university oJ Toronto has been announced. Projects include an addition to the mechanical engineering, buildings, a men's residence, and new buildings for arts, archives, medical research and the school of nursing. PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET 1044 West Chickasawba Phone 2043 For Seasoning, Smoker! JOWL Brisket STEW •Tender Pig LIVER Lb. Lb. 29' 35* .. L ,35 C liroiikfield Breakfast LINKS : ;.;.,Lb..55 e Reelfool Roll SAUSAGE , 41 Delicious . CHILI ROLL 54 Pure Firm Fresh LARD Tender, Fresli Dressed 8,S,.I 4 * HENS & FRYERS GOOD Musselman . APPLE SAUCE Adams CITRUS SALAD N ^ 22 Del Alonle PEARS \ ^1 ..American Lady, Cream Style COHH 2 N ° 2 ""' S I FRUIT JUICES I Dpi IT Mods, 12 i>/.. Qc GRAPE Welch ' s 1Q° Ul*fll b Ouarl WV .lack Spnit MEAL 10 Lh . 59' J)cl Monle SI'ICKIl PEACHES «*% 39 C Del Haven Cul GREEN BEANS 2Sn. ; 29' American Lady Turnip, Mustard KALE GREEDS 3^29 125 foot roll, Diamond WAX PAPER Del Monle Early Garden ALL 21* GREEN LIMAS .. Can 30 Scolt TOWEL ROLLS 2 For 3V Godchaux SUGAR 5 IA . 44< Johnson's Cream . 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