of in Two Men Are Sentences Two 23-year-old men were sentenced to terms in the federal federal penitentary Wednesday morning by U. S. District Judge Judge J. Smith Henley in a session session of U S. District Court, Western District, E> Dorado Dorado Division, for bre* Into the U. S. Post 0^ ** in Chidester. % f. . r\ 5 *-/ V' V. William McKa. dress listed as UtL sentenced to s term ars after probation was Thurman Lesley, addreas as Route 2, Gurdon. receive term of 30 months. _ the a Another defendant in case, James Franklin Douglas, 26, of Middleboro, hy., had the court to appoint his attorney and the case was continued. Douglas’ case was continued until the next term of court and Walter Brown, focal attorney, attorney, will serve as counsel Youths from Kentucky and Tennessee waived indictment on a charge of transporting a stolen motor vehicle from Longview, Tex., to Camden. George Allen Clemmons, 16, of Knoxville, Tenn., and Walter Walter Russell Gibson, 19, of Colson, Colson, Ky, both entered pleas of guilty. The pair will be transferred transferred to Hot Springs for sentencing sentencing Clemmons and Gibson were arrested by officers of the Camden Police Department Monday morning. Stinson Heard, about 46, of Dubach, La., was released on 9S00 bond on charges of: 1. illegal illegal transportation in Interstate Interstate commerce of a firearm from Dubach, La., to El Dorado Dorado after having been previously convicted of a felony; and 2. possession of s firearm after having been previously convicted convicted of s felony. The court appointed Bill Nolan, Nolan, local attorney, to represent Heard. Another defendant in the case — Van Colvin of Dubach — (charged on the same two counts) is free on 61000 bond.