The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 7, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 7, 1947
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 19-17 BLmiEVlLLE (ARK.) COUKIEU NEWS Diamond Mine's Affairs Get Airing Builder of Bombers Seeks Dissolution of Arkansas Corporation UTTLE ROCK. Ark.. Jan. 7 : • UP).-Efforts of Glenn L. Martin aviation leaVr, to dissolve x Uie Diamond Corporation of America, entered llielr second day in Pjlas- ki County Chancery Court hero today. ^ In preliminary skirmishes-before ft'lianccllor Prank Dodge yesterday. Allen u. Williams of St. Louis, a former president of the corporal ion described transactions by which Ray E. nilrtf of Chicago gained control of the firm for $2.400. Martin charged that 'Blick "crossly mismanaged" the property. The diamond properties involved are located in Pink County, Ark., and have not been in operation for several years. They are owned by a land trust in which heirs of Charles H. Wilkinson of Logansport. Ind., own 51 per cent. Williams owns two pe; 1 cent and Blick owns most of the Remainder. Williams told the court yesterday that Martin was approached in 19-lfi in an effort to obtain capital \vitli which to develop the diamond bearing ores and snbse- 'ILiently agreed to finance the operations. Martin allegedly advanced $400.000 to finance the operation and was to hold 25 per cent control through the purchase of l.OUO shares' of stock at SI Per share. Williams was (o btiv 40o shares, and Blick was to purchase 2.400 shares Hiving him controlling interest. The remaining 20D shares v:ere to slay in the hands of the company. , Williams started he originally boghl 2.800 shares. 2.400 of which! bililcl IK; transferred to Hlick who did not want the Logansport interests to know of his part in the operating company. i^ In addition to his investment in ~the colporntion. Martin palfl Blick $100.000 for an option to buy 25 Royal Broadcast PAGE FIVE Bilbo is Blatant On Future Moves Senator Insists GOP Will Want Him Hanged When Book is Printed Woman Suffers Burns LITTLE HOCK. .Ark.. Jan. 7. (UI'l 'Mrs. Cullicrim- Puckell. 1'J. 1 was In a iTitlrnl condition in a Little Hock hospital today the result of bums suffered when her lKiuseco;u riuitthl afire at her home near Sheridan yesterday.- Hospital ntlc'tidnnis 'hold litllo hope for her recovery. Mr. and Mrs, Charles Koon wlm own tlie house in whlcli Mrs. Puckett hatl an apartment- \vere burned about Hie hands and the flames wllh POPLARViLLR. Miss. .Ian. 7. ilH'l—Sen. Theodore Hil'uo. D.. ] in „.. Miss., denied his seal in Congress, [ a blanket. made n sluti-ir^-m to- 1 day i lint "if I've r-.ot to surrender j u l!lkl , s rally ,, b:)m - 21 ,„..„.(_ my views on white aipmiucy and beat., lo circulate the blood once sell my rnre down Ihr river, then i mi.und the body I don't w;'.ni to be :-, Keni»or." I "The Republicans want to throw! ' me out now." liilbo said, "lint when they read my bock that's wnm Tinto hi: .-cm," he said, "about IcUluiS continue to draw m.v salary." per cent of the beneficial interest in the land trust for $500.; Williams testified that Martin was eager to start work and employed an engineer to begin surveys and to draw u-> plans. However, he asserted that Blick opposed starling the mines and successfully blocked The purchase of any equipment. When the corporation failed to comply wllh its lease terms by . not. starling mining by Sept. 2tt,! Brown, Luxora center Martin began his Investigations hi uiidcusiing lo her entire nation for Ihi- (hat lime. Knipress Nugiikn. of J;ip:.n, is pictured ;is shir told a mixed nudience of Jui/auL-su and American Red Cross dek-KciU-s in Tokyo that illst work in harmony to Jjpun. Jewelers' Cage Team Wins Game With Luxora Five l-'it/paliick Jewelry Independents downed tlie Luxora Independents 22 So 18 last night in tlie Luxora Si'm after coming from behind an eight to six half time deficit. Kruch. Fitzpatrick center, led j scorhif; with lo points followed by i ., a center, with eight. ! The Jewelers meet Blythcville light when I had (o leave Wash- innton," lie continued. lo him;, me." |iubih-!ins ,'oefVe he finished how- Mississipui senator referred ,. V ei: book "Take Your Choice —' or Mon^relizulion." , scheduled to undergo a can:-e:' operation in New Orleans this week. "If I live and the Lord lets me." Bilbo said. "I'm v.oinc back and fijiht until hell free/es over. I'm liojin' U) win;) Ihein. too." Bilbo praised Senators 'V>'ho defended him in his C.vo-dny effort to reach his seat in tlie 80th Congress, lie accused Republicans of "plpyinf; for the Ne^ro vote." As for Sen. Glen il. Taylor, D Idaho, who led tile revolt aftainst sealint; him. Ililbo said: "He ain't KO no sense, he's just a nut. He ;;oes a-.muid uluylnit liddle with a bill-billy band just like Koss Collins did." • Collins was liilbo's opponent ill the senatorial race. Bilbo praised Senators .John Ov erton an<l Allen Ellender oi Louis- irnna. who sparked the Southern D^mornitic rail;; in Bilbo's behalf. "Thev did a j;ood jij in helpin nic- out in in,' flight, lie said. "As fine a team as I ever saw. Senator Hatch i'13. N. M.) also nuuli a \vonderfii! speech in mv behalf, as did Sen. (James O.) Kastland. mv 'colleague from Mississippi." The Republicans. Bilbo said "will be afte:'" Overtoil, and Sen. Richard Russell. D.. da., next. "And Kltender know.s damn well they'll be after him." Asked if he thought he would lose his patronage bv being absent from the Senate. Bilbo said: "The Democrats ain't (jot no natrotiaiie, I led the fi^hl :IM thp anti-lyneh law. the anti-poll tax and the FEI'C." "We were organized for a real Trumqn's Policy On War Refugees Meets Opposition \v.\--iuiNGTON, jan. 7. iui>)-- I'ii'-iilem Tinman's |>lea In behalf 01 luunek'ss war leluxees lound an :.-.,• riveoilun In, Congress today. In his uninuil message lo tho !awn;ikers. I lie President rct'om- mnided that Ihe Uldled Stales open i-.s ['ales lo mine of Kuvope's bomi'le:,s. He .said the vxcmlUv l)rnn..|i had dom- :ill in its power lo adnm irfniic'es and that lieiu'e new leKl.ilulion was called (or. Hep. Adol"li J. S:ib;illi, D.. III., jirnmpUy introiluceil n 1:111 lo 1 miuusirallon restiii-liiuis bui un In- lunnal romass of until houses and both parties showed liny siit'h leii- isbiinn iaL-e<l riHiKh uo'inj-, O.n- piwrrful boiiM' member. .. .. __ „ who declined to lx- named, snid ant. Ike Murniy. thai he pliiiuii-d lo "tin-it- isn't u chance in the world" asU Ihe IC'C In allow Uii- slat' 1 ol tliiit emigre.-.* will [leriiiit iiu-rcased Arkansas lo examine the bciokri .if laniiHiuillon, (lie .strike-tKiimd M. itnd A. fCC is Asked to Delay Hearing on M, & A. Line t.l'rri.K HOCK, Ark.. Jan, 7. .U!'j •The Inleistule Commerce Com- inis.sliin In Washington. O. C.. .'ml l;?foie It today a mincst from ilie attorney iienernl of Arkanstis. Ciuy I 1 :. Williams. ID postpone the he.i: 1 - hu;s selu-duted heie Keli. 10 on 11.e abandonment of lln- Missouri i. ..I Arkansas rallnnul. , Williams .slid yestelday lie hud asked Hie tiustpuneineiil nuiti- o( the absence of Jiu-k Mill'- ray. ("iicine, l.lilic- Uork Uhnmbfi 1 of Cnmini-rcc truifle expi-rl. wii'i will be in WiishliiKlon on Unit ilnie. Last wn-k. the ICC miniiUMccd (hut Ihe hem-Inns would lie hHd liere. with lederul reprcsenlniivcs from Wnslilniilon In allendanie. Wllilums miked Unit the d.uc ot I Ihe lieallnns be sel tor 1'eli. H. II, announied tlin.uiili an 1C . n mw IH 1 • , k«£ NATIONAL DMT IS lib?. OF NATION'S INCOME mi mi jin Unlike, nil ullier wnrsln our lilslory, World War II leaves (he li.S wlih it uiitloiiivl delil wlili-li evceeilH Ilic nullunul Income. The t'ommiU« ' on I'ulilic Debl 1'iillry.ciiiiiiiuseil of men [imminent In linnkJnK, insurance . Bsd Jiiiliihtry, IH uiiinis.iriin; <i terles ofiiliulk's lo serve as nuldcfosta fa tiiiinanliii; Mils tinge dcbl, : Alixunder Humilton founded the U. K. Const Guard in 1700 to opcr- I ate against Snni^i'.lers. 1C5 average elephant tuslc 5S pounds, bul some exceed and a few weeks laler filed suit I taimdry ca»ers tomorrow night i to dissolve the corporation. 'jthe high school gym. Neither Martin nor Blick tool: I Sliming line-ups and box scores the witness stand yesterday but follow: listened attentively to other testi- Fitzpatrick (22) Pos. Luxora H8) mony. Rakestruw il) F Rodgers Lipford 151 .. P Baker Kruch HOI ... C Brown (8) Poff c. Span (2i Eubnnks (2) . G Kack (41 Substitutions: Fitzpatrick _ Re- Ban (2), Bans. Dill, Chaffin <2i ! Garland County, Spa Seek Racing Revenues ; HOT SPRINGS, Ark.. Jan. 7. — :! (UP)—Garland County, now under • the direction of successful Gi can- jj dictates—wan making plans to poin [| the Slate of Arkansas In ;m at- j tempt, to obtain additional tax rev'; enue from Oaklaivn R nc e Track. (^ County Judge Q. Byrum Hurst (^•iold the quorum court yesterday ,| that if the area around the track I was annexed to the city, the county probably would require the op£. orations to pay a license fee simi- ;:' lar lo the $5.000 now received by !-^: the state. •y. He expressed the belief that if '.;. the track is included In the city, ;,;• it should pay a tnx of one per cent ji; "I its leceinis to the county and ;•:•• another one'per cent to the city. t Yacht Payroll Stolen I-; MIAMI. Fla.. Jan. 7. (UP)-Sam!,, uel McCrudden of New York City .. asked rjolice today to investigate t' theft of $6,013.30 in cash from his \- yaciit Brigadier. The money inchid- :! ed a $1.700 payroll for crew rnem- •'-,- bcr.s. WhenYourlnnards^ are Crying the Blues Luxora — spicer. penten. Ora'.'es. Referees: Gay and Stafford. FBI School instructor Stresses Value of Notes HOT SPRINGS, Arh.. Jan. 7. 'UP'—A six-week FBf sponsored police school moved into us second I day at the Garland County court- | ho'Jse here today, with more than j SO peace officers in attendance. Yesterday. Special Agent Frank Alden of Washington. D. C.. one of the finest marksmen in the nation. told the officers that thorough and accurate investigations and note- taking at the scene of the crime were always of highest importance. The course will cover all phases of law enforcement and control, including defensive tactics, vcchan- ics of arrest, searches and seizures, testifying in court, firearms, ^juvenile control and perscrvalion and identification of evidence. Rear! Courier News Want Ads. WHEN CONSTIPATION makes you feel punk as the dickens, brings on stomach upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort, take Dr. CalitweLPs famous medicine to quickly pull Ihe trigger on lazy "in- naTcis", and help you [eel bright and chippei again. DR. CALDWELL'S is the wonderful sen- na laxative contained in good old Syrup Pepsin lo make it so easy to take. MANY DOCTORS use. pepsin preparations in prescriptions to make the medicine more palatable and agreeable to lake. So be sure your laxative 13 contained in Syrup Pepsin. INSIST ON DR. CALDWELL'S — lhcfa- /orite of millions for 50 years, and feel lliat wholesome relief from constipation. Even finicky children love it. CAUTION: Use only as direcled. DR:CMMfE!TS SENNA LAXATIVE '• ""«'••»••• SYRUP PEPSIN NOTICE OF SALE OF LIVESTOCK AND FARM EQUIPMENT Notice is hereby given lluil on Friday, January lOlli, 10-17. (.lie umier- signed will sell at public auction the foilowhitf described livestock ami farm equipment: J IJ»3R Farmall, F-20 Tractor .'{ Trailers 1 !!)(] Case Tractnr— DC .Model | 2 Hush and Hogg Disc 1 Tandcn Disc . '' M Head Horses ' 10 Head Mules ' 9 Walking Cultivators 1 7 Middle Ihislers ;! (i Walking planters 1 1 Mowing Machine 2 Milch Cows Double Shovel Chain Harrows Section Harrow (ice Whiy. Sin.nle Stock l.onjj Double Trees Hay Rake Said sale will be conducted at the Ark-Mo Gin Company at Caltiniol, Arkansas, between the honr.s of 10:00 A. M. on Friday, January 10th, 10-17, and said livestock and fa nil ing equipment mav be inspected at gin by getting in touch with S. T. Freeman. This property will be sold to the highest bidder for cash. A. L. FORD By S. T. FREEMAN LEO SWIFT, Auctioneer Jl ED EL'S GIGANTIC SEMI-ANNUAL PRICE SALE 57 ARJING OFFERING ALL LADIES Si B ffl AT 4 t&P H £ H HALF REGULAR COST CHECK THIS LIST FOR MONEY-SAVING VALUES: FINE QUALITY SAVE ON HUGE ARRAY $39.50 NOW $35.00 NOW $29.75 NOW $24.95 NOW $22.50 NOW $45.00 NOW. $39.50 NOW. $35.00 NOW. $29.75 NOW. $24.95 NOW. $22.50 NOW. $17.95 NOW. $14.95 NOW. $12.95 NOW. $10.95 NOW. NO EXCHANGES NO REFUNDS JIEDEL'S

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