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August 16, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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fAGB EM8T Playboy Awaits Hearing fn New York Vice Case By ART KYKRETT NEW YORK M — Society play boy Mickey Jelke awaited a vice hearing today as his sensational nr rest sent New York party giili fleeing town. From hotels and plush apart meniK, It was learned, there was a hasty scramble lo get out of thi city before a series of trlpOininmr prostitute raids spread any fur ther. Jelke. 22, heir to oleomargarine millions, was arrested yesterday on a charge of turning his Eas Side apartment into a fancy cnl house where beautiful yomif< worn en got as high s $500 a visli from male customers. Six women and two other men were arrested in related raids. Jelke, whose full name is Minot T. Jelke, was freed on Jc-.OOO bone last night. "Can't Trove It" "I don't fee) Iliere is n chance of these silly accusations bciny proven," said Jelke, a slight, handsome man whoso name Is in the social register. His lawyer, Martin Bcnijamin. Bald In court yesterday of the vice charges: "They are the result of-a dis gruntlcd female who thinks she's been Jilted." Jelke's father. John F. Jelke of Chicago, sold his 25-million-dolhir oleo business to Lever Brothers Co. fit 1948. Mickey Is due for an Inheritance of millions in three years when he Is 25. He said he has been living on a trust fund of $200 a month plus ca»h handouts from a brother. John, and his mother, Mrs. Ralph ordered r<wd *D let "no ene" Along cam* a motor convoy tarrying f our j^u compa . me*. Corporal Wascher slopped ft cold. Noncoms argued. Company commanders argued Battalion officers argued. No dice finally Maj.-Gen. Hay Cam Fountain tried to past. Still no *«»• Someone checked Corporal Wascher's orderg and found ned been posted on the wrong road Alter that, everybody passed and the general officially commended the corporal "for the intention lo dtity and soldierly Qualities exhibited by you " RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. SATURDAY 'RENEGADES SENORA" Rucky I.are SAT. 0\VI. SHOW "BLOND DYNAMITE" with the Rowery Hoys & Adele .l SUN.-MON.-TUKS. AARON SLICK FROM ..... | CREEK" /.ilan Younjr, Dinah Shore & Robert Merrill Teal Q( Danbury. Conn. Nude Fhoiot Found Jlls $147.60 a month ap wns lined with photos of nude woinon when raiders got in after ringing his doorbell early yesterday. The officers said he nad keen In bed with shapely blonde Sylvia Eder, 24. She was held in 110,000 bond H.S a material witness. Held in similar bond ns tnMeria U'ilnes.ses were four other fitunning women, blonde, brunette nnd red- tmircd. Some Imve been models or television perfoimern. Assistant Dixt, Ally. AnWiony J. LffiWer said of the women: "The Rh-ls wont into the business vi-iU) (heir eyes wide open for the money in It." Cli urges MA led Jeike was charged specifically with compulsory prostitution, IIv- ng off the proceeds of prostitution, ami conspiracy. He atso was accused en two counts of illegally possessing guns, Except for the gun charges. sJm- llur accusations we re lodged against 31-year-old Raymond Russell Davionl and red-haired Erica Steel, 28, n television performer. Dnvionf was accused of procur- ,ng girls in n setup that was independent of Jelke's. But Liebfer siild the two were friends and sometimes traded girl3 back and 'orth. ' Miss Stool was described as n 'Mndain," in charge of the K' r f s during their working hours. Blonde Enters Plea of Guilty LOS ANGELES (>P) — Mrs, Virginia LcTourneiui, 28 - year - old jlondc divorcee who ran nwny with a n-yenr-oUl neighbor boy, plciiclccl guilty in Superior Court yesterday o contributing to the dcllntiucncy ol n minor, "tfoiv i' I could only see Jimmy 'd be really Jiappy," she said, al- crnatcly weeping and smiling. She and Jimmy Sherwln took Mrs. LcTouriioau's 12-year-old son with them on n six-week junket of 1x Western stales. They were ar- e.sted In Phoenix, Ariz. INSPBCTION-Wfltiom W. Croiidcf ot Blytheville Is shown above M he If inspected by Cmdr. J. c. strange, acting commanding officer of the Memphis Naval Air Reserve Trami,,* unit at Millington Naval Air station. The Inspection ended a 60-day recruit training program. (Navy riiolo) * * * News of Men In the Service Cave Survivors Set to Come Out LICQ-ATHERY, France (A*)— Four urvlvors of nn til-fated cave ex- ing expedition prepared today or the painful ascent from the [erre St. Martin chasm after hury- p one of llielr comrades' 1,153 feet eJow the sitrfnce. To hoist, them, twin hand winches and double ropes were readied by rescue workers above ground Hnnd- Jeft for the winches had been forged In thia little Pyrenees mountain town. State Seeks 'Seal' Of Poison Case WETUMPKA, Ala. HP)— The stale hopes lo ficnl Its baby-poisoning ca.se against mirse Earle Dennisoii lodtiy by Rotting a signed confes- slnp accepted as evidence In her miirdcr trial. And with thai, the rlinnces appeared favorable lor bringing (he three-day courtroom drama to a close cjnhng the day. Sheriff Lester Hofley was the witness the prosecution counted on to get Into the record n written statement purportedly made by Mrs. Dcnnlson nflcr her arrest last Mav 8 on a charge of poisoning her 3- year-old niece. Pfc. John F. Bylord, 22. son of •Irs. Ella Dell Woods of Blytheville RS been wounded three times in the cesaw action for Korean hills, his lother reported today. ^f|S. Woods said she learned 'hureday night that her son had icen wounded in lhe eye, arm and eg by shrapnel. In letters lo his sister, Mrs. Dorthy Peterson ol Blytheville. pic. iyfonl described the heavy Com- nunlst artillery and mortar lire IHIiiK his position. Tolling of laking one hill from the Reds. PJc. Byford said in a letter that "now our biggest trouble te holding It." He has been overseas for 10 monlhfi and Is assigned to Company D. of the 23rd Infantry Regimcm't of the Second Division. First Lt. Eugene B. Blackwell husband or Mrs. Marie Blackwell of Blylhcvllle, luis turned n front line outpost Into a combination coffee shop and machine gun nest in Korea, according to mi Army release received here. Lt. Bluckwetl, a member of the 17th Infantry Rcgimnl. had his men dig a horseshoe-shaped en- Inmchntent with a ledge two feet from the bottom, Tlie ledge Is used us n seat, and a table in the center of the horseshoe seals eight men. Covered with camouflage netting, the "loung»" also includes n radio. Coffee IG made every evening for men serving on the listening post. Pvt. Hal W. George of Rt. 3. Kennett. Mo., is now serving with the Second Infantry Division on the Western Korean front. M'Sgt. Cieatus L Kinies, former- I y of Blyilicville. is now assigned; Obituaries l to the .Second Armored serving in Germany. STEVENSON (Continued from Page I) e accomplished. Allan B. Kline, president of the merican Farm Bureau Feiiera- on, said he did not know whether ie Democrats or Republicans •ould win the (arm vote in iovember. "It could go eilhdr way." Kline said. Division Members of Company M. Blytheville's National Guard unit, returned to Camp Polk. La., today following n bivouac of two days anrt nights. The guardsmen will end their .summer encampment Saturday and are expected to return to Blylheville some time Sunday. Delayed Action Bomb Explodes Where Body Had Lain 4 Days The chameleon has » twice as long as its body. tongue NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "\oiir Coninmnil.v Ccnlcr MANILA, ARK. j e^s Sal. & Sun. | I'lione 58 By FRED WATERS SEOUL. Korea I* — A delayed action bomb exploded today In the wreckage of an Allied " fabler bomber where Ihe body of n dead U.S. tiler bad lain for four days because of the Imminent danger of explosion. The bomb-laden plane crashed south of Seoul Tuesday after colliding Vvilh a Jet plane. The Jet pilot parachuted lo safety, but an unidentified major flying the second jtff crushed with bis plane. M.Sgt. Dcrral C. Watson or Fairfield, la., who bend.? the heavy guard thrown around the danger area, said he made on effort to remove Ihe major's body Tuesday night before he Xnew r several unexploded bombs were in the wreckage. "I got to tbe plane and found the pilot dead." Watson said, "the plane was really a wreck. The body was astride a bomb directly under Ihe cockpit, like a man would be astride a horse. I tried to pull him lout but found he couldn't be re- j moved witbout cutting torches. "Then I began looking around with a flashlight at all those bombs. I realized right away that was no place [or me to be. I got out ol there." Watson said there was no way of learning Immediately whether Ihe bomb which exploded today was the one on which the pilot's body had been lying. The plane carried about a dozen 250-pound bombs ,ind two 1,000 pounders. Some have not been found and three villages have been evacuated unlil all danger of explosions has passed, Watson said. Some of tbe delayed action bombs dropped over North Korea do not explode tor days. One official has estimated that it will be next Tuesday before the wreckage can be searched sately. DIVORCES DIRECTOR — Actress Gloria Orahame, wearing a white sweater over a low-cut dress, takes the witness stand in Los Angeles to testify In trial of her suit for divorce .from Movie Director Nick; Ray. she was granted the decree after telling the court Ray was "sullen and morose. It hurt my eating and I lost weight." (AT Wirepholo) The first study of logic In the Western world is believed to have been developed in ancient Greece, SATURDAY "HOME IN OKLAHOMA' Roy Rogers SAT. OAVI. SHOW "JUST ACROSS THE STREET" Ann SlicrMan • John Lund SUNDAY & MONDAY "1 DREAM OF JEANIE" Hay Middleton Muriel Lawrence TUESDAY 'TOUGH GIRL' Monn Freeman AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION SATURDAY, AUG. If, "Kentucky" In Technicolor Richard Greene Waller Itrennan SAT. MIDN1TE SHOW Slarls 10:30 P.M. "Condemned to Die'' Franchnl Ton* Ella Rnines SUNDAY and MONDAY, AUGUST 17 - 18 -. -r^l LV.H.-4^ DONALD 0' PALMER LEE >WIUIAM REYNOLDS AIR CONDITIONED BY KEFR1GERATION SATURDAY! 2 HITS! REX ALLEN UTAH P/AGON TRAIN —PLUS— KOKO • II7UMK new 'PIONEER JUSTICE" Al "Firay" St. John Plus 2 Color Cartoons Seridl: Flying Disc Man SAT. LATE SHOW Starts 11:30 EVELYN KEYES -THE PROWLER t»r.oi»d thru UnirW ArttH Also Cartoon & Serial SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature SMITH _ —PLUS— "CAGED" All Star Cast Also Poprye Cartoon S Shorts AUGUST 16, 196f William Gilliam Dies; Rites Today Funeral service* for William A. GilHam, resident ot BlyUieville for the pa-st three yeart, was to be held at 6 p.m. today at Weli« Funeral Home in Greenville. Miss Interment will follow In the Oreen- vlile Cemetery, with the panlor of the Greenville Methodist Church officiating. Mr. Gilllnm, who was gl, died yesterday afternoon in a Memphis nursing home where he had been undergoing treatment following a stroke suffered several week> ago Survivors Include his brother. M M. Oillinin and a niece, Mrs. Nea Gesell. with whom he made hi; iiome here. A native of Greenville Mr. Ollllani resided there until about eight years ago. Bfytheville Woman's Brother Succumbs Frank Hyde, brother of Mrs Beriha Carloil of Blytnei'llle died yesterday at his home in East St. Louis. III. lie was 51. Funeral arrangements were in- :omj)lete this morning. Cobb Fun- ral Home is fn charge. Oilier survivors include his wife Mrs. Mnudie Hyde; a son H A lyrtc of Bust St. Louis: and a irother, Jim Hyde of Tiptonville, Tenn. n«rs, Louie can smoke, blows the smoke through ^"nas^movf 1 hie'."/Jc'!? j ri '!' ant Sw , iss ">£'.poker, to, lights a cigaret when asked, sings, and *alks as'^ch as N mT ,V PS i S J CakS Whra U>uie's secrets are revealed as his coat is doffed to, show thL rn»,l ,^ ^ u " a «™ded. At right, •which were designed by his inventors. Bars slicking from ears are transmUtlii' Ba , gets an< J wirin a Solons to Check Military Buying WASHINGTON f/P) — Investigating congressmen leave tomorrow for a two-week Inspeciton of four main U.S. military centers to study services more cheaply. The group will visit military installations at Dayton. Ohio; St. Louis. Mo.; Alameda, Calif.; and Ogden, Utah. Butcher Shop Shows Art to Boost Sales ROCHESTER. N. Y. (fTi— In addi- of one market and butcher shop n'll have an opportunity to see a free art show. For a two-week trial period landscapes and seascapes will adorn (he blue-grey ivall behind the meat counter. Ijke the steaks and the paintings by a prominent local' artist, will also bear a price tag The artist will put. up more paint-, m?s in case an.v are sold. .v^^ UJ . t jj L j_iii., m. i „ (jj-j— A ji anui _ t " c "fined Uon to watching the scales, patrons Low Prices Good Used Trucks DELTA IMPLEMENTS WILL SAVE YOU MONEY 1946 FORD 'A-TON PICKUP. Here's an example of the money you save when you trade for a truck at Delta Implements. . . $475 1949 CMC Vz-TON PICKUP. You'll get lots of dependable service from this clean late model truck. A good buy at .... 1949 INTERNATIONAL PICKUP ... a long wheelbase model. Now's the time to buy that truck for fall—prices are low. $675 1950 INTERNATIONAL PICKUP ... the long wheelbase L-110 model. Years of good-service make it a real value. $1150 1950 CMC TRACTOR. Model 450 has 2-spccd axle, vacuum brakes. Sleeper cab. Has 900x20 tires. Now only $1850 1947 DODGE 1'/7-Ton long wheelbase Truck with 12 foot grain body. Extra stake sides. Equipped with excellent tires. $495 1947 INTERNATIONA!, PICKUP ... another long wheelbase KBI truck. In excellent shape tor a '47 model, this one is just $595 1947 INTERNATIONAL PICKUP with stake body. Long wheelbase KBI truck. Make a fine trade now at Delta Implements. $495 1949 INTERNATIONAL KB-7 TRACTOR. Equipped with air brakes, 2-speed axle, saddle tanks, 900x20 tires. $1750 VAN TRAILER ... 16 foot. Equipped with 825x20 tires. Vacuum brakes. A tremendous bargain for someone at $395 HOW DID YOU LIKE THOSE CHINESE BACK-SCRATCHERS I MAILED YOU? IS THAT WHAT THEYAREi I'VE BEEN MAKIN6 ' THE KIDS EAT THEIR SALAD WITH THEM. YOU JUST KNOW YOU CAN DEPEND UPoN DELTA I*PLEIXIENT$.I* FOR COMPLETE SATISFACTION! DELTA IMPLEMENTS INC BLYTHEVIUE.ARK

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