The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 27, 1947 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 27, 1947
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BLYTHEVILLE ,(A*K.) COURIER NEWS 'MONDAY, JANUAKY 27, 1917 Titanium Ore Sought in State j Geologist Reports ^ On Study of Deposits In West Arkansas Jumping for, Joy ROCK, Arl-.,, Jan. 27 The- possibility that Arkansas might become the center In America for the production of a new . lightweight metal named titanium was s&sri In the annual report of the Geology Division of the AiknnsRS Resources' and Development Commission released Saturday. State Geologist Harold FoxVrai' revealed in the report", prepared for submission to Governor Lancy that: . 1 .1. .Three of the Geology Divl skin's most important field pro JecU during H^JS were studies o titanium ore deposits In three area* of. west-central Arkansas. ' 2. Mining and milling operations qn,a 150,009 ton -deposit lit''Hot Spring county probably will begin in 1947. : ' '. V3, Sands in the l)cd and on bars of the Arkansas River near Dar- djanclle have been tested and should - be further explored for titanium content. . 'i<. Arkansas could possible ue- . cpmc the first ranking state in the nation in the' production ol the metal, J5. Usage of the titanium in the -. rpetallurglcnl field as a posslbli competitor of alunjinum and mag ncsluin for fabrication and extrusion manufacturing has not been fully explored. .fThe report listed 12 field projects undertaken -by the division in 1MB. and several ot them already have resulted in the establishment ol manufacturing plants In the State. .Foxhall set for a program of. new work for 1947 but said Its scope would ..depend entirely on whether the Division was author- lied to employ additional employees. : "In the consolidation of various state agencies under the Resources and Development Commission in 1M5. "he wrote at the conclusion o^thc report, "a saving of 10 cm- IJioyces was affected. Ol course, 11 were taken from the Division ot Geology. During the past biennium, we Jiave operated with only -four employee.; and one of the smallest budgets In the history of the Slate geological survey. :'"ln order to. give the service . rightfully expected by the public, the mineral producers" oi the state and. industrialists, additional personnel is essential. ^Arkansas now ranks 22nd in mineral production in the-United States. With our vast undeveloped variety of mineral resources and large quantities of cheap fue,l, we should be able to rank among the top ten producing states in the not too distant; future." EourtH 'Suspect- in Big Spa jewel Robbery -~MIAMI, Fla., Jan. 27. (UP)—The lj?st of four persons wanted in connection with the $54,000 robbery a last Oct. 22 of the Esskay Art Galleries in Hot Springs, Ark., was to i arraigned-in Federal W-,i.\3> ".'. :,.'.*••:• ;.. jurcati of- investigation inlay- arrcstijd' 4Vi-yenr- "old John Nlaxwell and detained him ,or\ a charge of unlawfully fleeini; across state lines. His return to Arkansas to face trial will be sought. ; One other mun connected with the daring robbery. Colemnn Folcy, [s serving two years in Arkansas penitentiary. Two others arc «t liberty on bond. They are Benjamin Tillcy, whose bond was set al 450.000. and pretty Mrs. Eleanor Chu- holm. 24, whose bond was set at $5,000. Tillcy was arrested in Doslo-i Mass., and assisted officers in finding most of the loot. Mrs. Cnlsholn and Polcy -were arrested in Ho Springs soon after the robbery. Garssons Probe To Be Renewed Federal Grand Jury To Meet Again to Hear More Testimony WASHINGTON, Jan. 27.—.(UP) —The Federal Grand Jury thqt Indicted former cp. RAndrow j.-^May Is tentatively scheduled to renew Us inquiry Into the Garssori> munitions scandal Feb. 10, It. was learned from reliable sources today. By thin time, new evidence uncovered by the Federal Bureau of investigation will he rea'rty for presentment by government attorneys. The grand Jury recessed Thursday alter indicting Mny. Dr. Hen• M. Garsson. his brother Murray. :id iJoseph F. Freeman on four cunts of conspiracy to defraud the &'vcriuncnt on war contracts and prosecute May's office RH a icmner of the House and chalr- of Its Military Affairs Com- i.lltcc. \ .May, the Oarsson brothers anti recman appeared In federal 'court ast Friday. In quick order, they tended Innocent lo the .charges ml after being fingerprinted, were cleased on $2,000 ball each. .Tiieir rial was set for March 19;, but It /us likely that delays .mlght<post- wnc the hearing until Fiil). •'• ." There was no hint from 'the Jus- tec Department attorneys, what new evidence has been uncovered, who would be Involvcdiif anoth- Indlctment were returned. ' ! Out ot Utf tfAov.-&r,sJs ond (Jills, 9-year-old JWa Pjetrzak of Clcvc- i land Ohio, saved $25 mid she's contributing it all to the National '• Foundation Jor Infantile Paralysis. Rita, a polio vjctim knows i what the March of Dimes means. Last Aug. 28, she was Hal on her i bach, unable to move, speak or cat, paralyzed internally as well as ' externally. Doctors gave small hope ot her recovery. Now, offer ; months ol liospitalizotlon and convalescence, she's n joyful young'• sler because, completely cured, she has just gone back lo school. ' Here she's plclurcd with her favorite plaything—a jumping rope. Former Chicago Gangland Boss Dies in Florida a Poor Man : New York square miles. state 'con la'ms W.20 MIAMI UEAOH. Fl".. Jf»n. 27. lUPJ—Sc-arlace Al Caponc, who reputedly netted $2,000,00(1 a day ' ills heyday a? csar of the One underworld, will he buried In a cojjle private and simple ftmcrnl servile reminiscent of the cloistered last years ol his life. Dr. Kenneth Phillips, attend physician to Caj)u:ic, .said today that the gunglcnder's family deti- nllcly had decided ngaln&l a spectacular gangster funeral. The Um! time, date and place lias not yet been fixed, Phillips said. I ho indicated Hint the funeral would be held here and restricted, to the smr.ll circle of intimates .who re mnlncd in contact with Capon 1 Liter he was deposed as ovcrlorc. of the mcbsters. The family's wish For no addei notority for the notorious Al. al leged to have snuffed out at lens SCO lives, was further demonstrate by the refusal to allow an aulcns on Capone's brain. Phillips revealc 1C hftd askesl permission .to per orm^trie.eximUiatioii'"for the.ben nfit. 'of seicmcc. They family - ob ectcci, lio'.vcver, to this procedure ic added. Meanwhile, Caponc's nttornc Abraham Teitclbauin. revealed i 1,03 Angclci; that the once-rich J died penniless... The palatial, 2- :onm Palm Island cslntc where I died was heavily -.mortgaged, Tc trlbaum said. As lar as I know Cuponc clitu leave any money cr any will, think he died moke and I'm sti it is untrue that he was Uibulous wealthy." The attorney's statement came as a shock lo gangland figures who remembered the $30.000 funerals Caponc -bestowed ou victims on trigger-men's guns. But tins was before 1930 when Al ran afoul ot the government on an income tax hargc and entered a .entinry. an one-half were injured 10-15. federal pel million far in accidents Sharks do not have to tuiji o\ei on their hacks in order to hit» Gold-Laden Plane Found On Mountain HONGKONG, China. Jan. 'fl (UP)— A line of coolies sweated and 'struggled! down the treacherous Eldc of TaUum Peak Sunday each carrying a $30,000 ibar ol BoM. Police watched them closely. The bars were from a two-and- a-hali ton. $16.000,003 cargo of bullion and sold coins that a, Phiiil) pines Airlines C-47 scattered Bat urday when it crashed and exploded against the peak. (Tlie Exchange Telegraph Ascnej in Ixji'.don repotted that an Amer lean pilot, identified only v as O. '1 Weymouth, \vas among ' the fou ere 1 * members killed.) Police Supt. E. C. Luscombc sai- 33 bars of gold hnci' been rccovcrei and he es-tinmUid that seven o c!>;ht inorc were still in the wreck ajje. The gold was consigned lo lion;. kons banks. The plane carryin it from Manila crashed just ii'lc miles from KaUak Field. Unloaded Gun Claims Victim in Pine Bluff PINE BLUFF. Ark., Jan. 21. (UP — Earl Daw.son, 26-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Dawson of Monroe, La., died here at noon Sunday from a shot from a .38 caliber pistol. He was looking at the weapon witli a cousin, 17-year-old Clctc.s Dawson, who told officers lie fired the supposedly-unloaded gun. The bullet entered the victim's right cheek and penetrated his brain. Ho was dead upon arrival at a hospital. Surviving arc his parents ::nd foury. sisters, all of Monroe, La. ewef Thieves Make Call •nfx-Tennessee Governor ,' . NASHVILLE, Tcnn., Jan. 27. (U1 J ) —Police today were searching for 1500 In jewelry which Tennessee x-Governor Hill McAlister reported tolen from his home. McAlister said the loot, Includ- ng a platinum-cased watch and lampnd, were lifted from a bureau drawer in nn upstairs room. Two Blythcvillc Men Enlist in Armed Service He-enlistment of Corp. Walter L. Bush, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. w. Bush of Blytheville, in the Regular Army was announced today fcy Capt. W. E. Hatcher Jr. of the Jonesboro Recruiting Office. I Corp. Bush has three and a irrlt years previous service In the Army 'Air Forces, one vear of which was spent in the Labrador Command as a control tower operator. Si He will receive recruiting train-' ing al the Joncsboro Main Sta--; tlou -before assuming command oij one ol the Jonnsboro Recruiting,} Sub-Stations. -r Another Hiythevnie man, JamcsT E. Loll, son of William E. Lotl. Ht-v 2, has enlisted in the Army Air'j Forces for a three year period,^ Staff Sergt. 'Ollic H. 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