The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 27, 1947 · Page 6
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r ACT (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1947 Boston Socialite Faces Jail Term WWMB Calls Witness (•Slavery Trial A . 'Dirty Little Skunk' SAN DIEGO, Cal. Juno 27. (UP) —federal Judge Jacob Weinberger debated today whether to Jail a Puston .socialite for calling a witness a "dirty little skunk" during her I trial on slavery charges. • He promised a ruling latar todr.y ",on Asjlstajnt U. S. Attorney Ernest • A. Twin's.motion to wr.iaml to jail •Mlra EUnbeth' Ingalls, 02. and her husbahd.';Altred Wesley Ingalls, C4, and" "return their bail! The.'IniaUs- ore- charged \\3th keeping Doia Jones, GT-ycar-olci Negju maid, a' slave iyi 27 years to avenge the maid's aiTnir with 'Mrs.-Ingalls' first husbaVii|. • Tolfn'said seiieral government; wit- 'nessesKad asked prbtecUoii from the ilng»ll«;> complaining i.ttWy wer^ <ic- •costed 'iii'< hotel: lobbies find cafes. 'Mrs^Ingalls yesterday followed Mrs. 'Mary Ma^his Simpson, 27, Madison, •Wis., childhood friend of her dm 'ter, from the courtroom. "You dirty litlle rrit, how could you do this to me?" slw shouted, according to federal marshals. They "said she raised an arm ns if to strike -Mrs. Simpson.'The marshals pulled them apart. Mrs. Slnipson had testified she nev<§F,saw r Miss Jones sit down. * "HefrMoam^vfts in tin basement and was no larger than a lavatory ana_ v corjtaln£d onlj i col and' bureau." she said - De.faus* Attorney Clifford -Fitzgerald said Mrs Ingalls Ircatert Miss Jones ,like one of the family" oven after she learned of tier slx-yeni- affair with her foimT luuband, Waiter. Harmon. The affair,, described by both - prosecution and defense ntlurncys, - occurred while Miss Jones was a '. maid iri.the Haniioii household~ "Mrs. Inealls did not blnnic Dora - for the affair," Fitzg3r.il<\ snitl. "ai:c- wantcd to help, the Negro race. She I felt merely, after Dora became piTg- '* ^iaiit p that she had fnileJ in her - missionary work." Builder's Dream Messersmith Honored by Peron George- S. Mescersmith, left, former U. S. Ambassador to Argentina, Is embraced .by. President Juan O. Peron of Argentina after being decoraieu by the latter with The Great Cross of-San M4n,Ju in Ejenos Aires. At the extreme rli;ht is Alberto Tels.nire, vicc-President of Hie Ai'gentliie Senatfl, (Ex- aluslvc NEA Radio via NBA' Tclephoto.) - ' ' , . Officers Elected, £ r « w « nt ' 5 /*o n m. f^ Gets Fust Flight Tests 48 Pageant Site Chosen by EAYMC SANTA MONICA. Cal., June 27. (UP) — The Independence, President Truman's luxurious new trans- HELENA, Aik.,~Jime 27. (UP) —'port plane, began a series of shake- Newport was chosen yesterday as down flights today before being the 1948 location of the Eastern Arkansas Young Men's Clubs and the annual beauty pageant. turned over to the president's personal pilot. Douglas Aircraft test pilots flew Officers elected at the closing [, the giant DC-6 for the first time session of the two-day meeting yesterday. Lt. Col. Henry T. Myers, Tlfton, Ga., will receive the plane on behalf of the President when were: Noble V. Miller of Lonoke, president; Mayor Jack Cox of Brlnk- Ity, first vice-president; Bryan Huffaker of Bald Kjiob, second vice-president; Ivan Gilliland of Scarcy, third vice-president; Paul tests are completed July 1. Myers now pilots the "Sacred Cow." Chambers of Helena, re-elected secretary; and Billy Bowie of Augusta, re-elected treasurer. Curley Seeks Presidential Cordon BOSTON, June 27. (UP)—I!os- jn's 12-year-old Mayor James. M. urley sought a Presidential par- 011' from the Federal Prison at Jnnbury, Conn., today ns his sup- oiters won i\ 'quick maneuver to cep control of the state democratic lacliino and the Boston city go- ernment. Swift action = by the state Icels- ature liist night made City Clerk olin B. Hyncs "temporary" Mnyor Curley's absence. Oav. Robert . Bradford signed the law Ijy nsstng City Council'President John !. Kelly who normally would be ctlng mayor and giving the job to Hynes until Curley is released from risen. Before leaving Washington yes- erdny where Federal judge James I. Proctor denied an appeal to uspentl his slx-to-18 month scn- ence lor mull fraud conviction Curley signed a rough draft of a etltion to President Truman for pardon because of his poor health. In Washington, Curley's attor- eys said they would file the peti- ion for executive clemency with he Justice Department today, [here was no indication of how 'resident Truman would net on it. In the large brick buildings which orm the prison yard at Danbury, Ourley began his term lust night. Te was one of about 500 convicts at the "country estate", so-called )ecuuse it is more comfortable than nost prisons. Despite his age and ioor' health, Curley was expected .o be treated like any other criminal. "You could almost build a house with this hat modeled by Patsy Rtno at the Los Angeles, Calif., Home and Building Exposition. ( The fancy ciwpeau is made from 1 blueprints, -T - squares, saws, hammers, arta othe^equipmcnt. G.I. —v MECHANICS S pei -eek. Special . ail coupon ot ones. iS y«u DBAUGHONS SCHOOL of MECHANICS The New LB.C. CLUB "Largest in the South" Located Highway 18 W. Blytheville, Ark. SPECIAL JULY 4 COLEY STOLTZ And His Band Dancing - 9 'til 1 Make Reservations at the Club /-!•- V ^-^ !., f ^ V E. B. Chitwood Years Old This Is The Whisky That Made Kentucky Whiskies Famous Botrled By EARLY TIMES DISTILLERY CO. Louisville, Kentucky 86 Proof DISTRIBUTED BY SILBERNAGEL & CO., INC. The Best In: • Lures • Rods • Reels • Boats EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR FISHING or CAMPING—Beit Prices Anywhere! HARDWARE CO. Inc. HOME OF FAMOUS B/fAMOS 126 \y. MAIN ST. PHONE 515 Second and Ash Streets Wilson Auto Service —Dial 2611 — Dial 2611— G. E. Vacuum'Cleaning For All Cars. Let Us Clean Your Car! --- - -—«'*' Neoprenc Tubes, Made by the Makers of Famous PHARIS TIRES. Neoprene tubes are better 7 different ways! Expert Washing and Lubricating STANDARD ESSO GAS and OILS Homer Wilson, Owner & Mgr. Minnie Lee Jones, Studio ANNOUNCING Summer Classes in Piano Reasonable Rates EnrotJ Now Phone 2994,or Write Miss Jones 807 Chickasawba Blytheville, Ark. FARM LOANS You can now secure the most attractive farm loan in history. Low rates of Interest, extremely long terms with lib?rnl prepayment privileges. Practically no expense attached. If your present loan does not bear less than 5% interest you will certainly be interested in our Farm Loans. Unlimited amount available. Such an opportunity may never exist again. So If you wish to'finance or refinance, write or see A. F. DIETRICH c/o United Insurance Agency Z09J4 W, Main — Guard Bldg. Blythevlllt', Ark. NOW OPERATING BLYTHEVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION Purposes: • To provide for sound and economical financing of Homes. Conveniently obtained loans, on a monthly reduction basis, for refinancing, making rcpnirs, purchasing your home, or for obtaining funds for any purpose on the security of your property. The loan that is safe and economical from your point of view is the sort of loan this institution desires to make. For Full Information On Quick, Low-Cost Home Loans, Call 35-15 • To promote thrift by providing a convenient and safe method for people to save and invest money. Every investor is safcgtiavtlcrt against loss up to ?5000.00 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. You can save money in a convenient way—by opening an insured account and setting nside surplus cash from your salary as often and as much as you are able. Any larger amounts on which you desire to receive a regular income are welcomed. FOR FULL INFORMATION ON INVESTMENTS, CALL 3515 fOR R£AL MttCVRy StRVtCt AlWAK VOVR Still & Young Motor Co. •. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer ,1'hone 3179 IJIyfhcvillc Ark. 112 Walnut St. DR. MILTON E. WBB15 Optomelrlsl 138 East Main BlylhevllU-, >rk. THE RAZORBACK —OFFICERS Kosco Craflon, President K. C. Fair, Vice Pros, lames Terry, Vice Prcs. \V. J. Pollard, Sccy-Treas. —DIRECTORS Rosco Graf ton Dr. ,T. E. Beasley Fames Terry A. K. Wetenkamp K. C. Fan\V. L. Horner \V. J. Pollard Payroll and Income Tax Service >: & '*• Bookkeeping and General Secretarial Service >; LARRY KNEAS | Public Accountant & Auditor >: >; 109 1C. Main fniythcvillc, Ark. Res. Phone 3715 Office Phonel69 Blytheville Federal Savings & Loan Association It's a Cinch, Folks You're bound to look cool . . . be cool if you send your slothes to be cleaned by us. Individual care given each garment. DIAL 474-475 Nu-Wa Laundry-Cleaners 124 West Ash Street Blytheville, Arkansas Phone 3545 KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 •The Old Reliable" G. O. POETZ P >*« PETROLEUM PRODUCTS

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