The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 16, 1950 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 16, 1950
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TUESDAY, MAT j«, Gangsters Get Nod to Hearing Supreme Court Grants Study of Freedom Plea Of Capon* Associates WASHINGTON, May 16. W 1 )— Two former Chicago gangsters sent hack to prison alter their paroles were revoked In the wake of a Congressional Investigation wou a Supreme court promise yesterday to study their pleas for freedom. -*rhe two, Louis Compagna and iiaarles Gioe, are asserted one-time sKsociates of gang leader Al Capone. They are In the Allanta penlten tlnry, serving ten-year sentences for conspiracy to extort money from motion picture producers. \Ver* Paroled Coinpanga and dice served one third of their sentences, then were paroled Aug. 13, 1947 ~y Ihe u. S. parole board. In 1948 an investigation of the two cases and of parole hoard procedure was made by a House expenditures subcommittee. That group said the men In applying for parole did not "tell the whole truth with reference to their previous criminal records." The parole board revolted their paroles on the grounds the men viu- lalc-d parole conditions. Allegation Conlcstnl Compagna and Gioe contested this allegation and won a u. S. district court order reinstating the parole. The Justice Department appealed to the a. S. circuit Court in New Orleans, Contending parole is not a legal right but a matter of grace, The circuit court agreed with the department, causing the two prisoners to appeal to the high tribunal. Justice Clark took no part in considering the petition filed by the pair. He was attorney general when they were paroled. (ARK.) COUNTER NEWS DACHAU REMINDER-Oiliciiiis at Dachau, Germany, unveil .. bronze statue of a shrunken, skeleton-like, typical concentration camp inmate at the old Dachnu crematorium where thousands were put lo death by Ihe Nazis. The ceremony was held on Ihe liflh anniversary of Ihe entry of American troops into Hie Bavarian town. Cental Tests Ordered for 2 PINE BLUFF, Ark.. May 10. (Afl . —Circuit Judge T. G. Parham yesterday ordered sanity hearings for two of four convicts who smashed out u[ a Tucker Prison Farm stockade last Dec. 31. Judge Parham aLso postponed trial of all four until Thursday. Attorneys for James Perry Williams, 29,.Sheridan, Ark., and David Dyer, 30. Oklahoma City, were granted motions for the sanity hearings. The motions stated that both Williams and Dyer were insane at the time of the break, when a trusty guard was killed and ere insane rrow. All four men were charged with first degree murder, escape, and grand larceny. Jfce other two are Otis Eaton; K, "•l«-ell, Okla., and Jack Rheuard. 22. Sapulpa. Okla. Prison supt Lee Henslec said Williams and Dyer would be transferred to the slate hospital at Little Rock "as soon as the hospital is ready to conduct the tests." The four were re-captured near North Little Rock five days after they broke out of the stockade. Powered Milk Throws Curve to Agents in Educating Greeks LAKE SUCCESS, May 16. Oft— Expectant mothers in Polykaslron, Greece, would not touch powdered milk when It first was brought to their village. Finally agents of the United Nations International children's Emergency Fund persua'ded them to use it by saying it had special ingredients. Later the first two women who used powdered milk gave birth to twins on the same day. The twins were the first born in Polykastron in 10 years. Now the expectant mothers of Polykastron won't touch powered milk. And this time the ICEF ai;ent c are trying to persuade them that twins and powdered milk are not related. Germans May Enter Next Olympic Games COPENHAGEN, May 16. «•)— The Olympic Committee of West Germany was accepted provisionally today by ihe International Olympic Committee. Certain unannounced reservations were made. These conditions were handed to a five- man committee which Is to report tomorrow. The provisional acceptance isj the first step toward allowing the Germans to take part again in the Olympic Games. They still must al- 'lliate with the individual sports ~ederations. White Queen G/Ves Birth To Daughter. JOHANNESBURG. South Africa, May 16. (AI'J—Ruth Khnma, while queen of the Bnmangwato tribe, gave birth to a daughter yesterday a Scrowe. Bcchuanaland hospl- a spokesman for the British high commissioner announced. I'.er Negro husband, exiled chief Serelse Khnma, hns been given permission to leave for the protectorate at once, British auMinrttlrs said. The while queen, former London stenographer Ruth Williams, entered tlio Serowc Hospital early In Use day. The baby was delivered by n Negro physician. »r. Molkungon. and It was at least a month pr'cmn- lure, the authorities MUU, A British spokesman said both mother and child were "dning line." Tire while queen salrt recently In an Interview of her first child was a girl, it would be railed Jiicqiiclinc Klmma. has bren In I/>bntsl, South Africa, but. the British tod proin- Hitth's confinement The heir lo thR kcd to allow him to return during tribal throne mariicti (lie I.jndon typist In October, 1918. she had not ' ' ' '••- "••"' 'hiUl until late PACK ELEVEN U.S. Plans Power Show in Berlin FRANKPUHT, Germany, May t«. (It't— The u. S. armed forcei announced today that they will itage n "spectacular" show of power In Berlin and West Germany May 3O-- just eight days before the biz Communist youth rally in Berlin. The occasion for the display of armed might will he the first combiner! observance of "Armed Forces Ony" hy the American Army, Navy and Air force. "This observance |m s no relation to the CoiruminWs' wliltsim rally in Berlin May jg," an Army spokesman told a news conference. Wted Is R ea l Tough SVRACUSK, N. Y., May 1C. W- Anthony Pambronl, 11, of Sknn- ealelcss lugged at a weed In his jarrlen and fell backward when ^ came loose suddenly. Onondaga General Hospital reported ycslerday that he suffered fractures of the skull, back, six ribs, an arm, a shoulder and \ collarbone. His condition was described as fair. In June. -—. \* i • ttsvesfr ~ From all over the country, top-ranking shotgun artists gather lo compete in the Nntional Skeel Championships. Here, in-j deed, is "skeet shooting at its besl"I Whiskey at its'Fesir Hill and Hill will not r'nnke you an expert skeet shooter—but it will reveal lo you the superb Kentucky liistc of "whiskey nt its host"! ptf^L—S es PROOF JUcKcsson & Kolibins, Inc. - Exclusive Distrilmtms- I.JKIe lltick • l>5% (Jrain Neutral Spirit! Mon, 103, Named Dogs Best Friend VAN NUYS. Calif., May 16. OT)— This clog's best friend is his 103- year-old master. | Because his landlord wanted him to.get rid of his dog, William Mngce. one of the last surviving civil uar veterans, started house-hunting despite his advanced age. He found it—a new place where he, bis daughter, Isabclle, and his eight-year-old blue cocker, itzy, can all live. "Dad just wouldn't give up itzy." his daughter commented. Our Telephone Number 4438 Srtelton Motor Co. FOR SAL FROM 1 TO 1000 GRAZER GEES For Information — Call, Write or Wire W. R. COVINGTON Louisville, Miss. FOR SALE Slate Certified DPI. No. J5 Blue Tag Cottonseed 80 % Germination OGDEN SOYBEANS 89% Germinal ion EARL MAGERS Dell. Arkansas Phone 2811 01 2161 RADIO AND TELEVISION REPAIR Factory-Trained Mechanics Any Make or Model Prompt Servic* Reasonable Prices i Phone 2642 We I'ick Up and Delirw Fred Callihan HOSo First St.. RlythfTill* Newest, smartest, safest of all convertibles—ral- tlc-proon Like a family sedan at button touch. 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Like the Nash Ambassador, it feature.* smooth coil springing on all four wheels . . . and America's best aerodynamic design. Ail Nash cars, and only Nash, haw the priceless advantages of Airflytc Construction . . . single welded body »nd frame, rattle-proof, twice as rigid, far safer . . . stays new years longer, contributes to higher resale value. There's Much of Tomorrow In All Hmh Dot* Today Com (n—h*» a rid* —<omp«r» prl<es. You'll b* amiznl fcow linl* it cottt to •xchona* yovr ««r tar a I95O Mo*A Airftyt** AMMONIA FERTILIZER EQUIPMENT BarksdaleMfg.Co South Broadway Phone 2911 GASO.UNB — TRACTOR FUEL— KEROSENE FUEL OIL — DIESEL FUEL OIL & GRKASB G. O.POETZOILCO. 2089—Phono—2089 Office: 1 10 \V. Witlmil Hulk Plant: Promised Land In England — Il's the Chemist Shop In France — It's Hie Apothecary Shop In Blyfhcville — It's BARNEY'S DRUG For Expert PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Are You Protected Against TERMITES? Your house la worth a lot of money so don'l lei Termites cause expensive ilnm- age, (jet protection no\v... but. . . BE SURE YOU GET THE BEST! (I. C. Walls, a chnrler mcmlicr and director of the State Conlrol Association, can do your job right. Here's why: 1. Licensed longer than any operator in Mississippi County 2. l.imj<csl continuous satisfactory record of STATE inspect ions in Northeast Arkansas. 3. Your individual needs honestly diagnosed. 4. Conscientious workmanship. 5 Sane plan of upkeep. WALLS 924 East Main CERTIFIED TERMITE SERVICE H. C. Walls Phono 3792 SHELTON MOTOR COMPANY 215 So, Second — Blythcvillc Call 6911 for Blytheville TIN SHOP 111 North first We offer complelc Sheet Metal service gin, oii mill & feed mill work, house gutters, duct work. Gail Taylor Lay ton, shop manager.

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