The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 25, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 25, 1947
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I > WEDNESDAY, June 25, 1947 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE TBBPB, FBI Was Ready joGrabSiegel Narcotics Agents Hope to Crack Big' West Coast Ring '.... BY PATRICIA CLARY ... IVnltrd ifress Staff Correspondent I I 1OS 'TOSUjiL.ES, June 25. (UP) — bangster J^-ijamlu (Bugsy) Sicgcl 'Kept a "death roster" of the enemies lie collected while O]»rallii(! pne o( the world's bingest narcotic I Irings, it was reported today, j One of the men listed on tin poster may be tlic one who killcc plegel with nine fast shots Fi-idu; flight »s he sat silhouetted attains 'f, window. 'Narcotics Agent \V. J praig said his murder prevetUec narcotics agents from arresting hill (is they had planned. I j ' All inquest was scheduled to b held today. It wa s reported that Siegel list ed all the men who wanted hln but of the way. Their names alir grudges against him reported! were written in a notebook ke;> In his secret safe deposit box. I The lust w»s reported in til hands of the FBI but agents her henied they had it. They refused comment on whether the list was (n Washington. j i Siegcl was .snlcl to have started fhe list in self-protection after a bitter quarrel last winter with in| (ernational narcotic king Charles I (Lucky) Luciano. The little Mack remiers MATHO-MATIC liOZZLf , [Take* the Guesswork iOut of Housework I ;'tggbeater' Delivers Food to btrike-bound Hotel Ud Plan Failure Seen by Soviets Paper Says Marshall Program Will Foil if It Is Anti-Communist I How to make food deliveries without crossing B stven-monlh-oM picket line was the problem. Roy I .Wayland, right, owner of (he Westward Ho Hotel in Phoenix, Ariz., solved it by using the hclicoi>- •1 ten seen above, where chef Oscar Zink, center, receives his day's groceries. Ttie "windmill" flew 1 " "" ' • over the nicket line and landed on the hotel's patio. ' book reportedly included Bang chiefs in Chicago, New York, Detroit, San Francisco and Los Angeles. "We expect to have some amazing disclosures soon in this case," Craig said. "This ring has been op- eratiriB with millions of dollars and an army ol gunmen from coast to coast. Sicgel partipicated in big international narcotics deals. ! "We were just about to close | on him when he was s lain." The fact that narcotics agents knew of Siegel's connection with the ring was one of the reasons advanced for his death. The gang may have wanted to make sure he wouldn't squeal on the rest of the ring. The 'West, Coast section of the ring U 5 the verge of being cracked "opin. agenls said. They disclosed that a man believed to be the 'biggest narcotic operator In Mexico, Pablo Martinez, 39, was already in jail In El Centro, Gal., after a border gun battle. Minnesota Horse Wins First Major Victory in Annual Le Bonheur Show MEMPHIS, Tenn., June 25. CUP) — Winged Commander, owned by Dodge Stables. Rochester, Minn., scored the first major victory of the eighth annual Le Bonheur horse show last night when he won the Too Late to Classify • No more "hit or miss" cleaning! This extraordinary new self-adjusting Macho-Matic Nozzle, exclusive with Premier, is the onc-and-only nozzle that adjusts itself with mathe- jnatical precision to any floor tuiface for most efficient cleaning. Youthful Fliers Killed Stunting Over Mountains LEBANON. Tcnn.. June; 25. (UP) —Two youthful pilot friends stnnl- flying over Mt. Juliet were killed today when their prlvato planes crashed in mid-air. Tlie dead were J. B. C.irr. Jr., W, and Howard L. Kolue, 20. Both planvs took off from Lebanon airport shortly before the crash The victims were neighbor:; hi Lebanon. Witnesses said thi'.l 111', impact knocked off n wing fro:r one plane before the iiirci-iift crashes down the mountainside. Carr's plane exploded and bin netl His body was thrown out by tlv force of the explosions inul laiulfi in a field 300 yards dlslun 1 ,. Kcilbc' craft went into a dive and crashct on a farm a quarter of n mile frou Carr's plane. Kolbe was strappc into the scat. A Negro farmer liaci l)?rr. waicb ing the planes stunt for icv minutes. "They would fly olf an then come back toward each othL and one would dive and the othc would go over," the Negro said. Arkansas Miners Prepare 'or 10-Day Vacation LONDON. June 25, (UP) — The Moscow newspaper Pravda said to- lay tlinl ihe Marshall plnn would rejected by nil sclf-respccllUK Suropenn imllons it It carried an- ll-Commimtsi slrhiBS. but nrllali ndlcatcd her readiness to KO ahca< without Soviet inirllclpatlon. A Pravdn editorial broadcast t>> ihe Moscow radio said lnlUirc Hie Marshall plan would be i\ (ore- gone conclusion if the Amcrlcai aid otter wns copied trom tin areck-'nuklsh program. It called the Miirshull Plan "too Rcnernr nl thl s singe for the Russians lo know whether 11 nliu- ed at a Euroiwan settlement or ideolOBical war between-capital I sin and Communism. A hitli government source said tlic British were ready to KO ahead with n iintticd program without Russia II necessary. -He said the primary task of tlic Paris forciRii ministers conference \vas to determine how far nnssla wa s ready lo cooperate. Pravdn salil, "If the authors of this plan follow Ihe advice of sonic eager American reactionaries mid other European eountrles conditions copied from the Greek-Turkish example, then failure of the jiroposcil program will be a foregone conclusion. "Such assistance would In fact To Erect Five Buildings At Lirestock Showgrounds LITTLE HOCK, Ark., Jnnc 25. UP) — The O W. May Construe- lon Co. of Little liock today heU i contract with the- slate of Ark- msas for tlio construction of live buildings "»l (lie livestock sliow- iimls In the capital city. The slate board of fiscal control ye.i- :rrday accepted (he company's low bid of $270,1190 for the conslruclbn of two beef buildings, two dairy buildings and one storage building. ture like troublei. McGehee To Head YfW,\ '»*K>* Other Officers Nom«*V UTTLE HOCK, Ark., Jun* •», (UP) — Judge Jim Merrill of; Mc- Oeliec tuiluy look over a< «Ut« commundci of the Veteran* of'Far- clgn Wars following adjournment hero yesterday of the group's (Mir- diiy annu'al encampment. '• • Olhcr officers elected and initall- ed at the closing session were! State Senator George Preenun of O/ark, senior vlco-comm»n<ter; Mlllard Hardln of Newport, Junior vice.commander; M. E. W&SBiori'of Norlh Llltle Rock, (juaitermMler; Tllghiuan Dlxon of Little Rock, Judge advocate; I-leut. Col. H. P. Abbott of Fort Hotls, re-elected chaplain; and Dr. Wiley Turner, of Plggolt, re-elected department' sur- Street tills morning [or unotlu'i long conference on American-I'lur- ojKnui economic relations. The government source said the cabinet us u result of Clnytou's goon. lalks was postponing the reduction | A committee was appointed, to of British film and tobacco Im- consider the Invitation of Hot poiis from Hie United S!ulc s "nn- springs for next year's, encamii- til the outcome of thu Marshall of- menu > for Is Indicated." • | He said iiic cabinet "uiKicrstooir ^Columbian Leader Again that Clayton would be In Paris , ,. . _ .. . e ", when Dovlu, Foi'ulgn Mlnlslor V. Jolted following Jp««Cft M, Molotov and Fore^n Mlnislorj ATLANTA, On., June 25. (UP> : — Georges •llldault inert, Friday. Ckiy-, Columbian leader Homer I<oomix. Ion would be available lo oiler lur- | Jr.. campaigned for congrcsi today Anicr- ( offering "fi'eedom" to Negroes »nd ther Infonmition about the lean altitude, llcvin ho>»e.s the meetings will lust longer than one week, the Infnriunnl suld. Ill; Indicated that Clarion's talks had done much toward relieving Hrillsh anxlely that Congress mlyhl refuse lo flnanco a recovery pvo- Bi'am even If Europe succeeded In prcjvuinK a unltled plan. 'Howe\'cr the .sourco Indicated llrlllsh concern that a wave of ln- Ixir trouble In the United Slates resulting from the new Tnfl-llnrt- ley labor law nilnht impair American ability lo help. FORT SMITH, Ark., June 25. UP) — About. 4.000 Arkansas and Oklahoma miners prepared today o begin a 10-day vacation Friday indcr terms of their contract with he federal government. Union and ompany representatives said , the. vork-stoppnge had no, relation to he wildcat strikes in protest of he Taft-Hartley bill which have died thousands of coal miners hroughoul the United States. VFW Meets Tonight Hunt-Lloyd Post 22111 ol tin: Veterans of Foreign Wars will hold t.s weekly 'meeting tonight at 1:30 at the Wetenkamp Cotton Co. office. represent' Interference in the domestic affairs of European countries and infringement of their sovereignly. "ConrtUinns Unacceptable'' "Such conditions arc unacceptable to those European nations. which cherish their dignity and self-respect." | Pravda claimed that the plnn a s aimed to provide the Unite;! Slates with European markets to stavo off an American economic slump. ''Some people," It said, "think the Euroi>cau nations could work out a unified recovery plan of their own nnd _ s ay what sort of economic- assistance they need from the United Stales." [ Undersecretary of State William L. Clayton met Prime Mlnls'.er Clement Attlce, Dcvln. Chancellor of the Exchequer Hugh Dalton and Sir Stafford Crlpps at 10 Downlni; freedom an Invitation to Jews lo "mix with its. just like Germans, Englishmen and other foreigners who came over here." ; Ixx>mi.s .siiKHCstcd that Negroes live In n "couple of slates o( their own." The Jews he said, should loifict their' IradlUons and l»n- Ituagc and mingle with olher Ame- ican racial and religious strains. Thu former Princeton University sludent opened his campaign >iitdoor meeting nlKtit. After his speech officers Jailed him on. suspicion of melting lo riot: Wanted To Buy For Rent For Sale nt>. Kitchen : See if Today at Adams Appliance Co. J. W. AOAMS, Mgr. Phone 2071 2(W-0!i W. Main ..,] I'll. il'25 cfc-7!2 One modern equipped IE room hotel in Manila, Ark Priced cheap for quick sale Cash or terms. Cafe doing good business, priced.Jit only SI 575.00. I!est buy anywhere. See or Call Jack Tipton, Real Estate. Manila, Ark. 25-ck-28 flvc-gnllcd stallion slake. The opening night victory quali- :ied ComnifiiHicr for the grnnd champion compRtltlou Sunday night. Mary Jane pideoon rode Dark Secret, owned by Magnolia Farms. Memphis, to a blyc ribbon in the three-gaited stake (or [cminine riders. Other opening night results: Hackney, single. — Victory Song, Dodge Stables. Hackney, Tandem'— Glenavon Filmstar and King's Melody, Dodge Stables. • Two-year-old walking : horses — Maker's Ego, Jack Slaydcn, Holly Springs, Miss. Roadster to bike — Juncbug Ncal Schilling, Memphis. f^ LOW FARES Planning a business or vacation trip? Youll enjoy going by comfortable, easy-riding Greyhound Super Coach. Frequent, convenient schedules. KSJINAIIOH Oo»W«r ««nWTr» St. l.ouis $4.35 S7.H.-5 CIllcaRO 58J» Detroit ?I0.4r> J18.85 Kansas City, Mo. . .S'.OS SI2.70 . Denver, Colo 517.45 J31.4S GREYHOUND LINES 109 N. Fifth Phone 441 /- G.I. 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