The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 29, 1950 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 29, 1950
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. MONDAY, MAY 29, 1950 Police Devise Numbers Plan To Catch Brink's Holdup Men **~»Q r r/~»VT Vfnv *>Q • fail. IIK- _.i -i . . ' BOSTON, May 29. (fl>j_Tlie slate*— made it easy today for Informants to come forward with clues to the fabulous 51,200,000 cash holdup of Brink's Inc., without fear of underworld reprisals by assuring anonymity and a share In the $100,000 reward, The "air-tight plan for citizens cooperation" was announced by Massachusetts Attorney General Francis E. Kelly as police continued jjelentlessly for t»elr first tangible' *lue In .the nations biggest cash haul last Jan. 17. Kelly said that under the scheme approved by the ci t Jzens reward committee even accomplices to the holdup can offer Information and still remain unidentified, thus escaping trial and cashing in on the reward. I'aper and Number Heres how the plan works, Kelly said: The Informant submits his information on a plaui piece of paper and on the bottom of which he writes two sets of numbers of at least four figures. Then he tears off one set of numbers, leaves the other set on the letter and mails the letter to the Attorney General, Sate House, Boston. ' Informant Keeps Numbers The informant keeps his set of numbers so ho can establish proof he was the sender when the robbers are "arrested and convicted." The attorney general stud he will have the numbers on letters which offered vital information published in newspapers so they can be compared in private. Numbers holders, Kelly said, "may then come forward in secret without their Identities being disclosed." Letters I'ut in Vault Kelly gaid all letters submitted to him will be kept in his own private vault even while the information in flfcem is being tracked down by in- Tfstigators. The reward or a share of it will be paid If the part torn off by the sender compares with numbers on the letters in the attorney general's vault. Charles A. McCarron, chairman of the five-man Brink's reward commission, said he agreed "to Kelly's proposals. Conwoy Seniors Given Degrees CONVVAY, Ark., May 29. (JFj —Degrees were awarded 341 college seniors In commencement exercises here yesterday. Arkansas State Teachers College graduated a class of 220 and Hendris a class of 121. Dr. Nolen Irby, president, said Miss Mary Lowe, Bluffton, Ark., who received a Bachelor of Science degree, attained the highest scholastic IRnding in the history of Arkansas ETate Teachers. Hendrix awarded honorary degrees to Dr. W. Neill Hart, Camdcn, the Rev. Ira Brumlcy, Conway. and Fred McQulstion, associate director ol the general board ol education. CUSSIE'S NEXT—A sketch by Paris fashion designer Pierre Balmain (and an artist's pasler up of Gussic's face) gives us a preview of how tennis star Gertrude (Gorgeous Gussie) Moran will look nl Wimbledon, England, in June. Balmain designed this all-over pleated tennis dress, with matching panties under a swirling "ballerina" skirl, for Gussie, who has previously stirred sports circles by appearing in lace - trimmed panties and later in unconvcn- • ^ tional black shorts. —^^^«™™«^Bl™BBi™ RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Monday & Tuesday "RIDING HIGH" with King; Crosby ami Colleen (iray Warner News & Sliort f a nn 9 E , S TURE-A wife's "long shot" nnd the generosity hi, w» y i rar COI ? bmed to « ive ac 'of Tom Colburn of London likini 8 i I m a brcak ' Actress Jcal >=«e McDonald is teen lading down her own caricature from the wall of Hollvwnorf', Brown Derby restaurant to make room for Colbul-n Mrs ColbSrn wrote Bob Cobb, Derby owner, asking him to ^os"' her hS.S Murder Trial Begins Today For Tucker Prison Convicts PINE BLUFF, Ark.. May 20. Two of the four convicts who killed a guard in a break at Tucker Prison Farm last Dec. 31, were to go on trial here today on a charge of murder. They are James Perry Williams, 29, Sheridan, Ark., and David Over 30, Oklahoma city. The other two Odus Eaton, 25, Stlllwater, Okla., and Jack Rlieuark, 22, Sapulpa, Okla., are to be tried later. They are charged will! killing Bill Bohannon, trusty guard, when he refused to give up his keys. Their escape touched oft one of the state's most sensational man- hunts, which ended during a sleet- storm in North Little Rock four days later. Baton wns the first captured. He was found walking near North Little Rock. Dyer was caught when the fugitives were surprised trying to.steal a car in North Little Rock. Less than an hour later, Williams and Rheuark, defiant and cornered in a nearby shack, were wounded by gunfire of the posse. The four were to have been tried May 15, but Circuit Judge T. G Parham delayed the trial two weeks pending a mental examination. The Arkansas State Hospital last week reported a)l four are sane. Fomer Judith Coplon Honeymoons With Lawyer Husband in New York NEW YORK, May 29. WV-The former Jiidfth Ctfplon"and her lawyer husband were honeymooning today, cheered by the declaration Ozark Group Names Head FORT SMITH, Ark., May 20. (/P) —Ralph S. coughenor of Rockaway Beach, Mo., has been elected president of the Ozark Playground Association, which promotes the Ozarks area as a tourist attraction. He succeeds Frank volker of Fort Smith. San Griffin of Mountain Home and Dwight Nichols of Eureka Springs \vere named vice presidents for Arkansas at the final session of the association's annual convention here Saturday. Woman Wills Plumber Bathtub, Sink, Heater SIDCUP, Eng.. May 29. W)—For 25 years Norman Butler did free plumbing for an old friend, Mrs. Annie Skinner. x The will of Mrs. Skinner, who died last month at the age of 84, was published today. It leave the plumber Butler her bathtub, sink and hot water heat- Monday Blythcvillc First Showing TOO LATE FOR TEARS' with Lhabcth Scoll and I>an DcFore Two Cartoons BUYTHEVILLES ONLY* ALL WHITE THEATPF —DOUBLE FEATURE— "CHICKEN EVERY SUNDAY 'Neptune's Daughter" Cartoon & Xews of the rabbi who married them thoK, he believes her innocent despite two spy convictions. The former government girl and attorney Albert H. .Socolov. one of her defense lawyers, were married yesterday at the Brooklyn home of the bride's .widowed mother, Mrs Rebecca Coplon. Both are 29. The bride, who faces 25 years in a federal prison, was to leave with her husband today by automobile for upstate New York. She is free in $60,000 bail pending appeals from espionage convictions in Washington and New York. The newlyweds have rented an apartment In Booklyn on a month- lo-month basis. The bridegroom told newsmen: "We hope to live a happy, normal lite, we are very much in love and confident of th° future." Rabbi Max Fclsllin, Injecting an unusual note into the marriage service, told the bride: "We who believe In your Innocence have admired the calm courage and dignity with which you bore your ordeal. Let us hope that truth will eventually triumph and your loyalty to our beloved country will be thoroughly vindicated." Last Times Today "COLT .45" Randolph Scott and Ruth Roman NEW Bo* Opens Week Days 7:00 p.m. Mallnce Safnrifays & Sundays .Mat.-Sun. | p.m. Cont. Showing Manila, Ark. Monday "CHAIN LIGHTNING' Humphrey Bog.trt Also Shorts Tuesday "MARY RYAN, DETECTIVE" with Marrtia Hunl Israel Okays UN Control of Holy Shrines oiowledgert the right of the United Nations to control the holy shrin of three religions In Jerusalem. It still opposed IntemaMonnl rule over all of Jerusalem, demanded tiy the 1949 U.N. Assembly. But Israel offered a compromise proposal ye - terday lo noger Garreau, president of the U.N. Trusteeship' Council which mecls here beginning Thursday. • The compromise would give the U.N. complete authority over the '•ily places In Jerusalem and re- led religions matters, including keening them in repair and helplnR pilgrims visit them. Up until iio\j, Ihe Israel government has been' willing to grant onlylU.N. supervision of (he shrines urptcr an agree •nent among the U.S., Israel and lordan. 1 Jordan and Israel jontrol separate sectors or Jerusalem under a Hillary truce. Most ft the shrines re In the old walled oty controlled by Jordan. T Jon C. Smuts Becomes III, PRETORIA, Union < -ica. May 29-</lv—Fi LAKE SUCCESS, May 29^ (,V> — '-- government of Israel has as Jan Christian Smut.' •hort his 80th birtlida >ecause of illness, lie called off a we public speeches y cancelled his'departure scheduled for June 2. S wrled suffering from nent attributed lo a The field marshal. iO last Wednesday, vv.v ister of the Union of rom 1919 to 1924 at to 1948. South Af- l Marshall i£ cutting celebration long serifs erday and or England, tits was re- back tiil- atic nerve, vho turned prime min- nith Africa from 1033 Mae West Plans New Proposition LAS VEGAS, Nov., Mn\ 29—Wi— Mae West, the "come (A and see me, sometime" gal. hii a new proposition. \ Her attorney, Charles tail, says the actress plans to build attl.OOO.OOO casino and thentre-restntant In this desert resort. \ Catt announced yesterdiy thn( Miss Wast plans to setlle lire and run the venture herself a»cr her current show closes in Hoslii next month. I Name of the esiabllshme be "Mae West's DIamon ino and Rcstauinnl. shmeit \vill nd Ijil Cas- SH "YOU CAN TAKE 'IM, JOE"—Olilo's Joseph Ferguson, center, Dcmocralic candidate for the nnh ,,i • ° by , R ° b uV ?•• ( " Mr ' [?c " u » lic ™ "> Tail, sets what looks like a pep talk from Uvo pohlicaUy-wiEe gents in Washington. Vice President Alben Uarklcy, right, ami Leslie Biltle secro- lary of the Senate. ,« ' Arkansas Girl Found Seeing Hollywood Hollywood, May 29—</!'!— Twelve year-old Palsy Ruth Rateliffe ran away from home in Gravctle, Ark., lo see the sights of Hollywood because she told police— "There were only 29 people in town, and all they did \vn.s raise Political Announcement The Courier News has been authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the Democratic primaries, July 25 and August a. FOR COUNTY JUDGE Roland Green FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE !«. B. Autry Re-election Post NO. I John J. Cowan Kenneth S. Sulcer Post No 2 E. C. "Gene" Flccmao (For re-election Post No. «) W. P. Wells For Slate Senator W R. Nicholson J. Lee Henrden SHERIFF ANl) COLLECTOR Osec Nunnally chickens," She told police yesterday that she hitchhiked out. here In 10 days on a mere S5. Palsy was picked up when a cajc owner reported to of- ficers lhal Ihe girl could not pay for her pie and root beer. She's In Juvenile hall today a- waitliiR arrival of her parents from Arkansas. Are Termites Ruining Your Property? Government slnd'sfics sny lliat Termite damage was second only to fire in the United Stales. We will make an inspection and give you nn estimate, if needed, without cost. Our work is licensed by the Arkansas Slate Plant Board—we have 12 years of experience to guarantee you satisfaction. • FREE INSPECTION • SUPERIOR TERMITE CO. H. C. Blnnkensliip f,. J. Zcllcr 30!) East Kentucky I'hone 2300 or 3570 YOU'VE REFRIGERATO Freezer A lone Store! 50 tb». 'BIO Porcelain-Enamel Meat Drawer Pajtry-Dor Holdj More, In View, In /teach : Huge Crispers Hold Over 23 Lbs. 9.2 Cu. Ft. _L Cold-to-floor j|f Stainless iteel shelves MODEL 1-92 ONE OF THE MkNY NEW INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Refrigeritors Features you've never seen bcfoj. match anywhere! The new !i Refrigerators arc the talk of the "Egg-O-Mats"\nd "Diffusc-O-I bottle-openers ... to mention jus new Femlnetred features that women to use. Km best of all, they icri'ife built into them b)' one of m-afiujafturcrs. A size for every See the Complete line at [iricct you can't :crnational Harvester iwn. They alone have es," ami even built-in veral of the amazing lake them easier for ire years of dependable ut/rld's most reliable ily, too. Prices Start of 19 195 5-Y«or Warranty with Ivlry Refrigerator, $•• Th«m Toioy. SHADOWL1NE STYLE Bolter looking, tmoo^^e^ iurface .,, easier lo clean and keep clean vw. Polio Centers For Arkansas Are Listed LITTLE ROCK, May M. «r>~ Plans have been made for treatment -,„._ -^^,. .i.,. uk> i VI LI eaimcni nlers for infantile paralysis in ur Arkansas widely scattered Jos .should the disease become epidemic this summer as H did last The centers tentatively are slated for Port Smith, Tcxarkana, Pin* illuff and Joncsboro. They win b« In addition to facilities at Little e nock, where most of Arkansas' 390 polio sufferers were treated last «r. A considerable number from astern Arkansas were sent ta Memphis. A spokesman for the nevvly-formtd >lio planning committee announc- t the proposed new set-up. He said a large portion of last years heavy cost ol treating the disease resulted from costs of transporting sufferers lo and from Llltl* Rock. State School funds LITTLE ROCK, May 29. W>_ Distrlcls In Arkansas' 75 counties have received all the «922 211 they're Betting from the state this school year for transportation aid The ffnal S785.701 allotment wa* made Saturday. Oklahoma Beauty Relieved Indigestion with Hadacol Found SKe Needed YItimhM B l( R» Iron and Ni*cln Carol Jean White, of 3636 W Part Oklahoma City, sent us this letter; "One of the luckiest clays of my life was when I heard Bob Wills (radio star) tell about the wonderful blessings Of HADACOL, My energy was down; I suffered from sloinnch distress and Indigestion, I took HADACOL and am feeling belter and better a* I continue to take It." Why don't you get that wonderful new HADACOL feeling everyone Is tnlking about? HADACOL, gives such amazing benefits because It treats the CAUSK of stomach distress, gas, heartburn, aches and pains of neuritis, a general run-down condition due to vitamin Bi, BJ. nlacln and Iron deficiencies. Continued use of HADACOL also IieJp3 prevent such 7ntscr!cs from returning. Any drugstore. Trial size, only $1.25. Large family or hospital size, J3.5G. Our Tclephnm' Number 4438 FOR SALE Bargain! Bargain! Bargain! 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