The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 10, 1940 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 10, 1940
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• PAGE'-wo- BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)- COURIER- NEWS "Topsy" With- Russell Brothers Circus, Is Very Popular Topjy is her name and she Is as mlsohcJevlous «nd unpredictable RS her namcsiike • who "Jest growed." Slie Is the pet chimpanzee of lliis- iell Bros.' Circus and'with nil her jungle pals will be • In Dlythevlllo Wednesday, April 17th. Topsy is of the type of anthropoid ape next to man In Intelll- rtn«*. She Is a natural born entertainer and Is iin Instant lilt with the crowds who watch her dally In Uie circus menagerie. She occupies her own spcclnl-biillt while and gold cage, complete even to a private bathroom. A nudist nt heart, she wears dollies only under prolest, but displays characteristic feminine vanity with n powder puff. Her ieperloire of cute tricks is limitless. She will -"spit like n policeman," wave bye-bye, dance the hula, give the "bronx cheer," play a harmonica, and kiss the injury of a fricnci to "make It well." Like all children (she's Jusi 6 years old) she is cxlrejjicly fond of ice cream cones and sodn pop and is often rebellious nnont going to bed. Though not yel fully grown, Topsy is more powerful than n man and would fills)) on top with anyone who might choose to mix with her. Yet Topsy Is not n terrifying creature to loot upon anrt likes nothing belter than to show off before a crowd, The doors to the nicnnEWie open at 1 and 1 p. in. and the main circus performance starts at 2 ana 8 p. in. . . . . • • STORIES IN STAMPS Posey ,-Fowler File New Trial Motions CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., April 10.—Motion for new trial for Adrian Posey, Stecle, nnd Odls Fowler, Cooler, will be heard here Jugoslavia's Boy King Becomes a War Lord rpllIS being a king is a tough job. •^ And gelling ready to rule 15,000,000 subjects is Just ns hard. King Peter 11 of Jugoslavia, with 18 months of nrmy (raining ahead of him, lias discovered thai. Jugoslavia's boy Iting has started the final phase of his training as a monarch. An intensive course in military science winds up seven years of preparation for (he day— Sept. C, 1041—when he will be crowned. Peter was a boy of 11, ns pic- lured on the 1933 Jugoslav stamp above, when the assassination of his father, on Ocl. 9, 193-1, called him homo from an English school, slarleil him on the way to being a king. Five were devotee! to study of languages—he speaks five —elemenls of iidministi'nlio;> and government, history, science and the elements of military education. He had little time lor piny, lived according (o a slrict routine. He's In the army now, ns a buck private. But he won't spcnrl much lime in Ihc barracks. Teachers of Belgrade Military School rome to (he palace lo give him Instruction. head with a cue stick. He was found micoi-scloiis next morning just Inside Ills liome, and died n few days later In a Cape Girardt-aii hospital. Antlers Improve The male red (!ccr, each year, grows a new set of antlers, each succeeding set more complete thai) lls predecessors. As a young "knob- ter," he has only n pair of knobs; but, ns a royal liarl, he may have a ivinsutficenl. 3-foot spread of Friaay 'morning, April 12, with Judge Robert I. Coiw of Poplar Blutf presiding. Posey nnd Fowler i""""' 5 , weighing 70 rmimcts nwl vvere.cach sciHcnccd to 15 years! decorated \vitli 12 or more i)olnls. imprisonment -following tlielr jury i trial here March 28, the jury remaining but overnight. Defense attorneys immediately (lied motion lor new trial, nnd Judge Cope set Friday as the dale lie would hear arid pass on Uie motion. Posey and Fowler, who ore otil under bond "of $15,000 each, nre charged in connection with the death of Mrs. .Mary Vaughn, 45, wife of a Stcele, Mo, blacksmith whose .'badly -beaten urxl. nlmust' nude body was found near Holland in Septernbsr, 1B38.- Mathis Cases Sent To Butler County CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.. April ID.—The murder trials of Kinch arid Robert Mathli, WarcJell, Mo, brothers charged In [lie death of Bufen Long, also of Wartlcll, scheduled for hearing here yesterday before Judge L. H. Schult. resulted In the two defendants ffccurtag a change of venue lo the Butler County circuit, the trial to be held at kennctt, Mb., In the July tenn of that court- before Jodge James V. Billings. 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