Newton Flovin trial for burglary - guilty - 6/4/37
District Court. The jury Wednesday shortly before before noon was still deliberating ?" lts verdict in the case of Mrs. Marv Rogers, et al, vs. C. B. Grecr, Jr., et al, damages, as a 'csult of fatal injuries sustained Fuly 25, 1936, in an automobile .ccidcnt near Richland, Highway 75. 'The jury had been deliberat- ng since Tuesday morning. Newt Flovin, William Rollings- vorth and Sam \Veston, all of :he Blooming Grove vicinity, en- :ered pleas of guilty to indictments indictments for burglary In district court Wednesday and wore given five years suspended sentences. They were Indicted In connec- :lon with the entering of the Farmers' Gin Company warehouse at Blooming Grove. Feb. 16, this year, and Uic taking uf 3,600 pounds of cottonseed. The seed were sold in Athens. J. N. George, president of the gin company, and R. R. Massengale, manager, tea tiflcd the owners of the seed were re-lmbursod by the defendants defendants and requested the jury to give the trio suspended sentences. Sentence was pronounced on each of the men by District Judge Wayne R. Howell. The jury for the week was excused excused Wednesday morning.