The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 28, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 28, 1950
Page 2
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PAGBTWO BI/TTHEVTiXE (ARK.)' COUTtlER NEWS FBI Aid Sought In Investigation OfChicagoKilling Government Should Track Down Slayers, Kefauver Claims CHICAGO, Sept. 28. M>t—The federal government has been asked to aid Chicago police In Investigating the slaying of William J. Drury, a private investigator and former policeman. Top ranking policemen, assigned to track down the slayers, apparently are without a single clue alter 'round-the-clock searching since the killing Monday night. Sen Estes Kefauver CD-Tenn), chairman of a u. S. Senate committee investigating organized crime, said last night that Drury had been slain to prevent him from testifying before the committee. He said he had asked both the Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation to help solve the slaying. Kefauver termed the staying a "terrible situation." and added "It apparently happened to keep a person from talking." Drury Was Slain Drury, onetime police lieutenant and oh the force for more than 20 years, was killed before ft committee attorney had Interviewed htm on crime conditions in Chicago. A short time be.fore he was slain the attorney had sought to reach Drury at his home. Kefauver told State's Attorney John S. Boyle that the committee had planned to call Drury as a witness before the committee, which Is scheduled to hold a hearing here next week. Kefauver said he made his request for federal aid In the Investigation before leaving Washington yesterday. "FBI Should Help" •It Is, my feeling that the Federal Bureau of Investigation should lend every assistance in this matter." Kefauver told a Chicago Tribune reporter, "and that the Department of Justice should make every effort to gather evidence on the Drury killing, with a view to bringing the matter before a federal grand jury." 'The committee, chairman expres- »ed annoyance when he learned that deputy marshals had been unable to find several persons subpoenaed by the committee. They included many former associates of THtmSBAT, lErTBMBBR JIK.VRY J TO .MAKE DEBUT HERE—The Henry J, a Katser-Frazer Corporation product, will go on display here tomorrow at the SI Motor Corpoany on North Highway 61. A new model In the low-price field, these 1951 models come In the four-cylinder Henry J and six-cylinder Henry J Deluxe 6t ylcs. Gas mileage of more than 30 miles per gallon ia claimed lor the Henry J. shown above Is one of the six-cylinder models. Kiwanis Hear Education Talk Roy Dawson, director of the Distributive Education and Diversified Occupation of Blythevllle Hlglv School. ,spoke to members of the Blytheville Kiwanis club at the weekly meeting of the club In Hotel Noble yesterday noon. Mr. Dawson explained the school's distributive education and veteran's adult education programs to the Kiwanians. Bill Walker and Paul Alvy were Inducted as new members at yesterday's meeting. Other guests included Bob Kendrick of osceoia a"d o. B. Hayes of Jone.sboro. offers of 800.00(1 cans ench from trie Joseph SchliU Brewing Co., Milwaukee, and Schenley Industries, Inc., New York. The Army said the offer was made some time ago after » ration ( one can * day to front line oops had been cut off. There were ome complaints in Congress and sewhere about Issuance of beer to, ghtlng men. but the Army said' Breweries to Send Beer to Yanks WASHINGTON, Sept. 28. (If}— The armed forces in .Korea are going to get 1,200,000 free cam of beer, a gift from brewing Interests. The Army yesterday accepted the the old Capons gang. "In the long run," h* <ald, "they won't gain anything by disappearing. They will be found uoner or later." ' AERIAL FACT-FINDER—This jet-augmented reconnaissance bomber, RB-36Dm Is designed to serve as airborne eyes and ears for the Air Force Strategic Air Command. Uke the B-36 bomber, the RB-36D flies in the stratosphere, capable of more than 435 miles an hour. It ni the most powerful cameras ever installed in a plane. The RB-36D t> produced at, Fort Worth. Tex., by the Consolidated Vultee Aircraft cor poration. (AP Wirephoto). ; i X&/J* *^ You may no! believe claims, bul you cart b»lieve the ingredient listing printed on oil margarine cartons. These must be true and accurate as required by law. Compare those ingredient listings next time you shop-Compare Ihe facts instead of the claimi -and you will see immediately that no other margarine is made wilh the costlier ingredienH that give Creamo its unequalled delicate goodnesi. /Sy »^/%MTO«i ^ treamo •cL «*^m» / ItyiERICA'S FINEST MARGARINi it had received no formal com- [•laitUs from organizations. Israel Reduces Cops i'EL AVIV. Israel— <ir>— Two hun- drrd af the 3,304 policemen in Israeli cltlef, towns and villages have lost their Jobs. ' Their dismissal was attributed "budgetary considerations." 'Bra Brigade' To Be Arrested Grand Larceny Charged As Judge Impounds Money in Question MIAMI, Fla,, Sept. 2«. OT—Or- Ciers went out today to re-arrest lqlil members o( Miami's "bras- iere brigade" and authorities moved to recover some of the estimated UOU.OOG loot. The Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company signed complaints against six women and the husbands of two of them. County Solicitor Robert R. Taylor ordered their re-arrest. Those named In the re-arrest order were: Marie Orr. 21; her mother, Mrs. Gladys Orr, 47: Mrs. Bonnie Jean Hebert. 22; he/ husbnnd, Lawrence, ^3' Mrs Betty Corrlgan, 23; her husband, William Edward, 14; Urs. Billy Ruth McNabb, 27; and ttn Rita Orr. It. Hu«bamia Charted rhe husbands and Mri. oladys Orr were charged with receiving stolen property. Mr:. McNabb was named as "principal In .the ucond degree" and the. others were charged with Brand larceny, Circuit Judge George E. Holt signed tn jrder Impounding all mon;y. automobiles and other property of 11 persons allegedly Involved In the, including 910,000 now In the har.'is of the court. UK tieup of property Included the eight named In the criminal action, together with Michael Orr, 21. husband ol Rita; Cecelia Hay 20, and William Matthew Albert, 21, who police said waa engaged to marry Marie Orr. Con replant Repudiated It] the oral confessions, later repudiated and never signed, police t.ald some ot the girls admitted Uk- Inp rolls of quarters from the phone company counting room by stuffing the money In their brasslerei. The girls admitted, according to police, that some of the estimated IF YOU WANT TO VOT:, YOU MUST PAY YOU!) I>OI,L TAX by Saturday. Your check must be in The Sheriff's Office (not In the mail) by noon, Hurl Cason 1'ost 24, A. Speck McGregor, COM. •100.000 went for automobilaa, pay- menu OB houae* aod tor bonda, Five of the women appeared at the telephone company office yesterday, accompanied by their attorney, and aaked lor their joba back. District manager J. M. Phillip* told them they had been fired. Police Slay Girl Shooting at Gl TACOMA, Wash., Sept. t». Police, shooting at a rteelng soldier, fatally wounded an la-year- old |irl on a downtown itreet laat nlfht Polio* Mid litrfot OameU <rf Loi Angelea wat accidentally (hot when a aoldier wasted on t forged check chart*, tried to r»t away from two offkeri. They fired at him when he leaped Into an automobile In which Mla« Garnell and her aister were riding. On* at th* bulleti pierced the »Wi neck. O«icer« aald they do not believe there was any connection between the women In the car and toe man they were after. The fleeing solaier «ra» caught. Police held hhn in custody ajarf declined to give out hU name. 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