The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 3, 1954 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, MM Decision Is Due Today in Du Pont Antitrust Case Huge Civil Suit Hoi Been Termed Biggest in US History CHICAGO (AP) — American business and the legal profession shifted their attention to a Chicago courtroom today. . Federal .Judge Walter J. La Buy planned to hand down his decision about 11 a.m. EST in what the government has termed the hiegest antitrust case in U.S. history. The government's civil suit was against E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co., the General Motors Corp., the U.S. Rubber Co., three Du Pont holding companies and 33 j members of the Dn Pont family, j The government asked the judge, who heard the long trial without | a jury, to force the Du Ponls to j dispose of their stock interest in General Motors and U. S. Rubber. Government attorneys claimed ihe Du Fonts bought General Motors and U. S. Rubber stock so pu Pont products could be sold to those huge firms with little compe- tion Irom makers of similar prod- j ucta. Good Investments The Du Fonts contended they bought the stock in the two companies because the purchases were good investments, and asserted Du Pont salesmen had to hustle for whatever business they got from deneral Motors and U.S. Rubber. During the trial the defense said the Du Pont company owns 23 pel- cent of General Motors stock and the Du Font family owns n per cent of the U.S. Rubber stock. The government alleged the companies violated the Sherman Act by restraining trade through secret rebates and by dividing several fields of manufacturing among themselves to stifle competition. The defense denied all charges. Tom Clark, now an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, was attorney general when the suit was filed In 1049. He said then that it was aimed at "breaking up the largest single concentration of economic power In the United States." Willis L. Hotchkiss. the government's chief attorney nl tlic start of the Irlal. snld It would "dwarf all previous antitrust I cases in its magnitude." The government estimated the amets of the companies Involved at more than six billion dollars. The trial began Nov. 18, 11)52. WILSON FFA OFFICERS — Recently named to head the Wilson FPA organization arc Willis Foster, sentinel; Undsey Chancier, vice president; John Cash, president; Billy Rankin, secretary; Hilly Joe McAfee, treasurer; Danny Bowen, reporter, and Ellis Floyd, student advisor. While Santa Cntertains, Thief Works on Clothes LOS ANOELES Ul—While Santa Claus was out front in downtown department store cilterlnlnliiK the kiddies today, a sneak Ihlef miule off with his wallet and $200 watch from his extra pnir of pants in the dressing room. Santa, in the person of Paul K. Hollman. 55, told police Hie wallet contained $6 and personal papers. Licenses to Wed Given in Pemiscof Recorder James Ahem Issues 30 During Month of November CARUTHERSVfLLE — Pdln scot County Recorder of Deeds James T. Ahern Wednc-sday released a list of malTlaKe licenses issuer! in his office miring the mrmth of November. Thirty licenses were Issued during the month. They were issued to the following: Willie Harris and Ruby McBride, both of CarntherKville, Richard Herron and Hetty Harrison, both of Caruthersvllle. Charles Maness, of Porliigeville, and Ha/,el Rtissom, of Caruthcrs- vllle. Marvel Eugene .Jones, of Steele, and Louise Warman, of Carulhers- ville. Shearl Faulkner, of Caruthersville. and Betty Lynn, of Deerin Jesse Mfiourn Brown and Audrey Lee Murphy, both of .Steele. Olllc Morgan and Elizabeth Spniin, both of Stcole. L. W. .Jones and Harriett Hen- drTson. both of Steele. Herman H. Storey, .Jr.. of Blytheville. and Shirley M. Kctch- 11111. of Hteele. Charles Ocloll Luster, of Rteole, nd Louis Virginia Wilson, of Hay- II. InH Prna, of McAllen, Tex., and Libnulii MtMiduza, of .Strele. Clco Hoss and Yvonne Hniilh. both of Hnyll. Robert White, Jr.,. ami Edna Mae Meeks, both of Hjiytl. Edger Robinson nml Robbia Mae Henderson, both of Hayti. Oddle Brown and Virginia Walker, both of Hayti. Newton Samuel and Lula Mac Thomas, both of Hayti. J. L. Hill and Anna. Lee Beatly. both ol Hayll. James Myriek and Addle Goley, both of Hnyli. Jimmie Innian. of Hayti. and Mary Jo Richardson, of Portage- vlllc. John Charles Mankin, of Memphis. Tenn., and Jackie Sue De- Wcese, of Hayti. David G. Sowcll, of Caruthersville. and Shirley Ann White, of Braggadocio. Richard Bradshaw, of Deering, and Johnnie Lipsey, of Steele. Loilnlo Gene PrlllU. and Nohi Alberta Islington, both of Holland. n. W. Hartley and Donna Sue Euhanks. both of Bragg City. L. C. Williams and Annie Mae Granville. both of Warden. Paul Allen Flores, of Hoerne, Tex., and Norma Carnal, of Holland. Lloyd C'opeland. of Wardcll, and Kntherlnc Fort, of Koimctl. Harold Haa.se and Mary Paxton. both of Ycllville, Ark. W. E. Jackson, of Panigould, Ark., and Orpha Cameron, of Tu- Inrc. Calif. Blllie .James Bates and Lorraine Durns, both of Mt. Pleasant, Tenn.' EMI'ISIIOK VS. ARMISTICE WlUlam T of Prussia was crowned emperor of Germany In 1871 in Ihe Hall of Mirrors at Versailles, France. The armistice ending the American revolution was signed in Ihu sunn! hall In 17113. If you live to be more than two years old there isn't much chance (hot you'll be killed by kindness. Memphis Girls Get Gifts Back MEMPHIS W — Sandra, 8, an Barbara, 7. had their Christina Kills back today. A department store ha-i polic repossess the $78.10 worth of pres cuts Wednesday when it learne the girls' father, Lee, Carpente had paid for the gifts with forced check. Store Manager Henry Kaplan re turned the gifts Wednesday nigh "I talked it over with the stbr owners," he said, "and we agreed the iittle girls should hav their Christmas gifts back. "We don't want to be the folk to destroy any child's faith in Sa ta Claus." Carpenter, 27-yenr-old plumbei has been held to the state on thre counts of forgery. Read Courier News Classified Ads ^ It's the Law |» GRAND RAPIDS, Mich, lit — ; £J Folks living in Michigan's Upper' Ji Peninsula learned recently Ihtit it's ^J against the law to go sleigh ridiim ; % without bells on the horses "or. w mules as the case may he." That W and other laws, musty but still | JJJ valid, were uncovered lit a recent i S/ meeting of the Michigan Probation j ® arrd Parole Assn. } j? Another statute makes it a mis-! y demeanor to taunt or accuse an-, ^ other person of having been a con- > y vict or inmate of "any jail, prison , •{£ or reformatory." j « A1955 CADILLAC t 4-Door Sedan, a Chevrolet Bel Air Sedan, a table model Sylvania Tclevi- $ sion Set or any one of the 1001 prizes offered in McKesson & Robbins, Inc. 'S Giant Christmas Drawing! Nothing to Buy! No Statements To Write! 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Main FREE DELIVERY Phone 3-4507 NOTICE OF SALE Notice Is hereby given that as Commissioner in Chimcery, I will on the 18th day of December, 1954, at 10:00 o'clock A. M. at the equipment yard of Ark-Mo Equipment and Supply Company located along U. S. Highway 61 (South) near Blytheville, Arkansas, offer for sale at public auction to the highest and best bidder upon a credit of three months the following construction equipment: Model Make Description Serial No. TO-24 International Tractor 2258 P29 Bucyrus-Erie Power Unit 80762 Bucyrus-Erie Dozer 89384 B170 Bucyrus-Erle Scraper 78963 Purchaser at such sale will be required to execute Bond with approved sureties to secure the payment of the purchase money, and a lien shall be retained upon said property as additional security for the payment of Ihe purchaM money. This sale Is being made in accordance with a Decree of the Chancery Court for Independence County, Arkansas dated October 11, 1954 in cause number 1870, In which Ark-Mo Equipmeln and Supply Company was plaintiff, Charles W, Ncubert, defendant and cross- complainant, and Apex Mining Company was cross-defendant. aDted this 22nd day of November. 1954. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Commissioner in Chancery. 11/26-12/3 .NOTICE OF NEW ESTATES ON WHICH ADMINISTRATION HAS BEEN COMMENCED Notice is hereby given that the following is a list of estates on which Letters Testamentary or of Administration were granted during the month of November. 1954 with the date of the issuance of the letters and the name and address of the administrator or executor: No. 2270. Estate of H. H. "Red" Oiler, deceased. Letters of Administration issued to James M. Gardner, Blytheville, Arkansas on Nov. 5, 1954. No. 2272. Estate of Lilly Daubs, deceased. Letters Testamentary issued to Herbert Ad. kins and Maxine Reltz of M»- nila. Arkansas on Nov. 9, 1954. No. 2273. Estate of LaVern* Milligan, deceased. Letters of Administration issued to Gerald O. Costner, Manila, Arkansas on Nov. 13, 1954. Witness my hand and seal at such Clerk this the 2nd day of D». cember, 1954. SEAL ELIZABETH BLYTHE PARKER, County & Probate Clerk. By RUTH C. BES3, Deputy Clerk. SEE IT! HEAR IT! PLAY ITI Moderately priced to fit your family budget! BEARD'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC 209 E. Main Paragould", Ark. see Arrow Sport Shirts in your future!" he wants sma> 1 9 comfortable Arrow Sport Sfiirts for Ciiristr<Ms 5.00 UP Our big, exciting collection of Arrow sport shirts includes washable cottons, corduroys, wools, blends, flannels, checks, plaids, solid colors... and, of course, the famous Arrow Gabanaro. Gabanaro is made in exact collar sizes, exact sleeve lengths—of washable rayon gabardine (Sanforset®for permanent fit). 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