The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 17, 1952 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 17, 1952
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MONDAY, MARCH IT, 1952 BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN : rench Woman ailed in Case Of Big Burglary $50,000 in Bills Found on Frequent Visitor of Millionaire FLAGSTAFF, Ar!?,. fO>) — A ^'ench-Cfmndian woman, frequent nest of Reno millionaire I,a Verne Redfleld, was held in jail here loin connection with the I'i- iiHSon-dollar burgulary of Rocl- Hd'a home. woman, Mrs, Marie Jeanne Machaud, was taken from! he California Limited, en route to hicago, by FBI agents yesterday afternoon. She had $50.000 In currency, a large part of wlileh the FRI, Identified as Redfield's. Tn Reno. Redfleld said lie was 'shocked and greatly upset" by her arrest. "She Is one of the last I would inve suspected," he said. "I would have trusted her ImpHrltlv." Sixth Person Held Mrs. Maehfuid Is tlie s-\th person t;tken Into custodx' by FBI agents Investigating the Feb. 20 btirsulary. she w«a held under SIOO.COD bond. She was arraigned last night before U.S, Commissioner Paul Pertuit on charges of conspiring to transport -stolen property and currency across state lines, In Nevada, other FBI agents pulled from an abandoned 35-foot mlneshaft near Reno the snfe stolen from Redfleld's home. FBI Men Find Safe Aided by Reno police, the FBI men recovered the safe In the deso- VJ* Hot Springs area. 10 mlle.i */:h of Reno, Stripped of valuables, ft was found in n curve of the mtneshafl a rocky, sagebrush-coverec ridg«. The shaft Is well concealec from U.S. Highway 395. whlcT • mile and & half a way. Jets of steam Issue from volcanic springs beneath the ground. FBI agents and police refuse to flay how they discovered the hiding place. *n a rreste d, Mr s. Mach a 11. also had In her brief case Jewelrj and securities. The FBI was check Ing theae to determine whet he: they, too, were part of the loot. Sh» dlwitlfied herself as an arlts and short atory writer. The two agents who arrested he boarded the crack California Llml ted of the Sante Te Railroad a Ashfork, Aril., 18 miles west o Flagstaff. She left the train wit* th«m on 1U arrival here. man are undergoing recruit train- at th€ Naval Training Center, San Diego. They ar« David V. Miller, son of Mr. and Mis, S. c. Miller. Rt. 3, Blythevllle; Billy M. Ma- Iheny, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Matheny of Blyiheville; and Harvey T. CUnion, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C- C Inn ton of Dye«. AT TECHNICAL SCHOOL — Pfc. :arl E. Avis, son of Janie.s V- Avis cf Steel, Mo.. Ls currently stationed at Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., where he is taking training as an Air Force technician. News of Men In the Service Pfc. John B. Cagle. son of Mrs. :lsie Cagle, Rt.., 2, Manila, has been iromoted to corpora!- He is a.i-sign- d lo Headquarters Battery, 546th leld Artillery Battalion, at Ft. ?wls, Wash. Edward R., son of Mr. and Mr.s. Alteri Rt. 4, Blytheville, has been promoted to ser> geant at Nahbollenbach Quartermaster Depot in Germany. Sgt. James M. Raney, son oi Mr- and Mrs. Virgil Raney of Osceola, has been awarded the Korean Service Ribbon. He is stationed at Camp Kokura, Japan. John E. Meadows, seaman apprentice, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs- Earl C. Shaneylelt of Rt. 3, Blptheville, currently .serving aboard the aircraft carrier USS Valley Forge. Sgt. Louis J. Dockins of ulythe ville, has been assigned to the 6206th Air Police Squadron of the 13th Air Force at Clark Air Force Base in tlie Philippine Islands. James Wimberly, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. E, Wimberly of Blytheville who is serving with the Air Force at Keester Field, Biloxi, Mi.w., has been promoted lo Corpora!. Word has been received by Mr. and Mrs- T. J. Bailey of the promotion of their son. Howard Bailey, to sergeant. Sgt. Bailey is .serving with the Air Force in WeLsbaden, Germany. He has been in Germany since October. Pfc. James H. Bell of Blytheville las been awarded the Combat In- anh-yman's Badge. He has been icrving with the 40th Infantry Dl- •islon in Korea. Buford Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. Buford Young of BlytheviUe, has been transferred trom the minesweeper USS Mainstay to the Navy Administration Building at Long Beach, Calif. BRAVE FIRST STEPS-Glyn Evans, 4, of Roehampton, England, smiles at adversity as h« learns In walk with his "plonk- ers," as he calls them. The artificial legs and crutches were cie- MJiiicd for him by doctors of Queen Mary's hospital. The child was born without less. 'o/ice Hunt Roommate of Slain Man PARAGOULD. Ark. fAP)— Sandy-haired, siocfcy Don Perkins v,a he object of a state-wide police ninL today iji connection wilh. th« slaying of a 70-year-old retired "anner. Perkins, 33, Is wanted for ques- .loning about the death of his 'oommate, WUItnm T. Peebles I whose body was found stuffed in a ] clo.set of his Pnragould apartment Saturday, Coroner Ralph W. Mitchell said Peebles apparently Imd been beaten to death, with a brick or si eel wedge on Sunday, March 9. Police said nbout $ns belonfimg to Peebles U missing. Harbor Development Under Consideration SINGAPORE Ul»> —An ambition development scheme designed TO double the port facilities of this busy trading center Is under consideration by the Singapore Hni'bnr Bunrcl. At EUI estimated cost, of 17 million dollars, I he projected i-xirn- sion would enable a tjnti-ki-r t,mu- around of ships and help Hie col- Library 500 Years Old To Observe Centenary CKSENA. Italy, IIP) — The Ma- latetlan library, one of the oldest in the world, will celebrate its fifth centenary thts spring. The library wax founded In 1452 by Pritice Domenico Malutesta, and was kept by the Franciscan Brothers until 1866 when the Italian state look over the property. The books have been kept with Llmos* religious care for the past ive centuries. MONKEY BUSINESS—Hugo, sevcn-month-old gorilla, enjoys' being tickled by Mrs. C. B. Grcer. Jr., of Houston. Tex. Hugo was capiured by Mr. and Mrs. Grcer in French Equatorial Africa. The SGOOO infant is olicndcd by o doctor, not o veterinarian, and is fed a baby's diet. When he grows up he'll live at the Houston ion. ony lo imiinliiln Its position us one Electricity will flow through of the world's grent ports. water better If a little snH Is added Robert C. Latham of Wilson HBLS been promoted to corporal whi!*! serving with the First Calvary Di- ! vision on Hokkaido, northern mexist island of Japan. IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA OI8TTIICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY. ''ARKANSAS ^Tom Knijht, Ptf. 9' vs No. 12.002 T -Pearlene Travis Knight, Dft. WARNING ORDER The Defendant, Pearlene Travis Knight, to., hereby warned to appear In the Chancery Court for the Chlckasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas, within thirty Sgt. Burl-E. Cox. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Cox, Rt. 2, Blytheville, is at Port Hood, Texas, where he Li taking part in Exercise Long Horn, the * largest fia'd maneuver since World War II. A veteran of World War II. he is serving with the 61st Engineer Construction Battalion. • 1 Two Blytheville men and a Dyess (30> days, to answer the complaint of Tom Knight, Hied in an Id court; the allegations thereof will be taken as confessed. Dated this 15 day of March, 1952. Harvey Morris. Clerk By Anita Sykes. D. C. .Tames M. Gardner, atty for ptf. Wm. E, Rader, Jr., atty ad litem, 3>17-24-31-4|7 Overthrown Cuban President Has 'Hope' MEXICO CITY iff) — Carlo.s Prio Socarras, overthrown ax Cuban President just a week ago, left his exile in Mexico today for Miami. He still hoped to restore hi a political position in Cuba. Prio departed by plane al midnight. Only his ambassador here, Manuel Brana; Segundo CurtI former minister of Interior, and a group of Mexican iccret service men saw him off. Contain! 2 lit«r«dt«ttti DOCTORS PRESCRIBE "• I CN And Arthritic Pain . , Fail-acting C 2233 brlnot t>l»l**d pain r*llrt— IVt '•Iodized," tonlilnl "Blick Bnite Honi" hftb. and l i " ' thounndi. ] fUd. Dan'l ullc>Ut« action brlrot h»lp to • o( (Iril bottle bieh II not uilri- STOMACH GAS Taxes the HEART An accumulation of gas In th stomach torms pressure, crowds the heart and results in bloating, "gassy" catches, imlpltatioii and shortness of breath. This condition may frequently be mistaken lor heart trouble. CERTA-VIN is helping such gai "victims" al! over Blythevllle. This new medicine is taken before meals, so il works with your food—helps you digest food faster and better. Gas pains go! Bloat vanishes! Contains Herbs and Vitamin B-l with Iron to enrich the blood and make nerves stronger. Weak, miserable people soon fee! different all over. So don't go On suffering. Gel CERTA-VIN—Kit-by Bros." Drug Co. The natives of Uganda, Africa, now live In rectangular stone and wood homes, rather than In rude beehive thatch dwellings. Lconomical SUoseph ASPIRIN INDIANA'S OLDfSI LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY KOMI OmCi-FAlL CREEK P A R K W A Y »T W I • I D I » » JT«[tT INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA X}-FIN AN DIAL CONDITION . DECEMBER 31, 1951 ICOMeiNtfP FIOW TMI tlfOIT flllD WITH f»I IHbl*HA INiUIANCI DfrAITMIMri AJSETS LIABILITIES v, v ao.^n^.H j«^« M tia,ut,«i.u t^,^ >..«.. ., r.ii.ta V'.IM.'M.II C~T~«> »•»*.. C«ih In • 4 1W.47ST4 d Oflici ........ 1,5 17, 1 A3. 47 »<.=.,., .nd D^»H '«<"«<« 1.011. W1.70 , . t ____ » r l I J, J7».0 1 Canfr»tl, .. 179,494.04 TOT«l rOUCY «UMV» 1ntor**f «nd t*nti Ov« and Accrued 65»,»31.00 Pr«<nl<Hiii Dw« and D*f*n*d ...... 1,331,3?!.?? . fer I U f^l^H»» )M.M%»2.4f x 1.000. WO.M TOTAL INSURANCE IN FORCE $487.383.943 J. A. Bryant, Ag y^Jgr, Htytheville J. I,. Thompson Jr., Risl Mgr, BIylhevill« Arlene Owen, Disl Mgr, Kcnnell, Mo. I). E. Hampton, Disl Mgr, Maiden, Mo. Gene Recker, Dist Mgr, I'orlajfeville, ^Io. OPEN THE DOOR TO NEW WASHING PLEASURE! O M ATI C WA S HE R ON DEMONSTRATION TUESDAY, MARCH 18 ONE DAY ONLY! v\ ' iffi'. * Vl <, : <V f 1,5- Th is is the washer you've read about. (An independent research organization has judged it one of the most efficient automatic washers made!) It's the one you should see before you decide on any automatic washer. And you now have the opportunity to see the ABC-O-Matic in actual operation Tuesday! Hubbard Hardware is having a special home economist on hand that one day to show you how wonderfully this machine washes. Plan to spe'nd half an hour with us Tuesday - the demonstration starts at 9:30 in the morning. Register for the door prize, too. Bring a friend and come on down-you'll discover that this will be one of the most profitable half hours you ever spent! t . NEW 3-ttep rinsing action AUTOMATIC leveler HUBBARD HARDW 213 West Main Street in Blytheville

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