The Courier News from ,  on October 12, 1944 · Page 2
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',r> I'AGB TWO BLYTHBVILLB (AHKv) COURIER NEWS lursemaid'Held W /yjulofro Accused Of Sfoining Baby's Body And Claiming Child Oct 12 <up)— soiu- what seemed to beMhe rangest babv kidnaping case in ars, appealed certain today Po- have recovered unharmed four- Robert James King, ho had been missinff tor 12 dojs ..Police lield a mulatto girl who od posed as a vhlte nursen ild in e home of the parents, Mr and irs Clarence King, and vU'O had ippeared at the same time. f'.The story uncovered by detectives ^> fantastic The nuisemald who Willed herself Helen Bosnian slain- SJi the child's t»{i> a dark color And claimed him as her own In Sn effort to. deceive herliusband. g But the husband, a Negro pho^m- 5j"ht named Eu»ene Smith grew Suspicious And so did the neighbors. One -of the -neighbors called ra Detroit newspaper- which had 3een offering a regard for the miss 3ng baby, & Throughout lengthy questioning, She nurse : maid continued to claim 0hc child as her own, but the dye yias been washed off the tab> s yiody and the parents ha\e l»s- glvely Identified the child as theirs g Davton, Ohio, police are woiking ^:i child abduction case which hns gnany similar angles. Additional de- yecthes ha\e been assigned to the geaich for 20-months-old Ronald pretty Johnnie May is one of n bevy of beaulKtil-girls who present a daring and artistic netial billet :ilgh 'above the heads of spectators as n^part of-the .two-hour program of.Dailey Bros. 'Three-Ring QirciB one of only three/large circuses traveling- Vby railroad , this year which presents -.pej-foiiwmccs nt .'I and 8 p.'m it the I ahgiounds in Blythevllle, Wednesday, October IB Thompson \ ho also disappeared with '.his newly-hired nurse-muld The maid called hers elf. Mrs. Wllkej and left with" tile child' last Satur^ day, the day after she'was hired Ronald's mother, Mrs/ Anna Mary Thompson, is ajiursc at a Dayton hospital and his father Is an army private overseas. , - Wrecked Plane Is Found With Body Of Pilot SHREVEPORT. Ln., Oct 12 (UP) —Wreckage of the l>-40 Wnrhawk plane, missing from Esler 1'leld, Alexandria, Ln., since last Saturday was found last night uy a Negro five miles north of Couahatta. The pilot, Cnpt. John \V. Meredith was dead. The plane struck a large pines Ires and plowed its way through underbrush fdr about 300 yards, eports from Coushatln said. Uarks- dnie Field sent n sulvnge crew to ilck up the wreckage nnd tnkc charge of the dead flyer's toady. . Captnn Meredith had flown from his home base at I'ollard Field, Just; outside Alexandria, to ITous- .on to visit his fiancee, Miss Beverly Jane Fox, whom he was to mar ry Saturday. Major H. C. West, provost marshal at Barksdalc Field, who headed the salvage crew, said the pilot apparently hud experienced trouble With the plane and had attempted a forced landing In a pasture when the" plane struck the pine tree. Filling Station Man Burned In Explosion JONESBORO, Oct. 12 (Ul 5 )— A 32-year-old Cherry Valley filling station attendant, Roblo Cooper, was In 1 Joncsuoro Hospital today suffering severe burns. Cooper was pouring gasoline front a, storage tank into a container when a spark from a cigarette Ignited the gasoline.- It exploded, throwing flaming gasoline on• hfm. '< His conditloii was described as crlt-'; ical. ' , ' ',' Keeping Up With The Men In Service the boys arc 'graduates o[ Blythc- vlllc liigli school. AJcoi-eo'E/^ltes of Hlytlicvllle has Eeeii prwiiotei) to'the rank oj technical sergeant,' Ho Is with" fclic field urtllleiy llow sewing in France. Pvl. Joe D. ItJelicarl, son of Mr. tricl Mrs. Wallace Iglehcart of Del!, has recently been transferred from Italy to France, , I Corp. Ernest M. Walker of Bly- Ilicvillc Ims participated as an air ccmmunlcatiprh scMlcr In every iniijor battle In tlie Mediterranean Theater from the African invasion In 1042 lo the Fifth Army's • present fighting north of Leghorn. Ilia tactical air communications squadron was the first'unit of Its kind In the Army to experience combat, and now Is a. veteran of the Italian, Sicilian and Tunisian cam- patens. He has participated In three amphibious Invasions and his served overseas since Nov. 8, 1942. I'vt. Henry Broivnlcy Shannon, husband of Mrs. 11. 13. Shannon of 310 N. fifth, Dlythcvllle, was enrolled last week In' the AAF Training Command's B-24' Lioerator bomber mechanics course at Kccs- ler Field, Mtss. Pvt. John II. .Blackwell. 23, son ol Mrs, Carj-fe Blackwell ol 414 East Main, Blythevllle, has been graduated from the AAF Training Command's aircraft, radio -mechanics school at Truax Field, Wls., where lie was taught fundamentals of servicing .radio equipment on bombers aiut lighter planes (lying with tlie AAF throughout the world. Lieut. E. A. Barbiers, son of Mrs. Maggie Barblers of Osceola, recently wrote his mother that he has coin- THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 194.1" pleted his 47th mission over enemy , territory and has'been promoted lo I the rank of first lieutenant. Lieu: tenant Barblers has received the Air medal and one oak leaf cluster nnd has been made lead bombardier In his squadron. The only military execution in Maine's history took place at state prison in Thomaston, Me. Jeremiah Braun was hanged after he was convicted of having guided a British raiding party that in 1180 captured Gen. Pegleg Wadswoith, a grandfather of Henry Wadsworth Mr. and Mrs. L.- W, Stafford of Blythevllle now have three Sons in. service, with the entry of Charles Raymon Stafford into the Navy. . Lieut. E, It. Stafford now Is fila- tloncd at Fort, Hllss, Texas, where he Is with the anti-aircraft const nilillery: Aviation Cadet b. E. Stafford Is taking his basic training for a pilot at Enid, OklEt.: and diaries naymon Stafford has arrived in Sniii.Dicgo, Calif.,.to begin ils boot training In the Nnvy, All , »' Fla»or-FUtl "Vitamin rich Choose your Gifts HAN Shoulder , or Ham Lb. Sausage Home Ground Lb. In the joy that lights her eyes on Christmas rooming, you'll be richly reworded for your . foresight in choosing that "jusl- f right" gift now . , . while our r,| selections arc still at their ( * peak. The most warmly wel-' corned and dearly cherished gifts of '44 will be bought on our convenient Lay-Away Plan. ! LIVER Pork Lb. ' SALT MEAT „ PORK CHOPS 20 20 36 CHITTERLINGS ' 1 DRESSED HENS & FRYERS FRESH OYSTERS OLEO LARD FRANKS All Sweet Pure , 4 Lb. Carlnn Pound 25' 30 HEART-WINNING^SOLITAIRE Shining symbol of your IOVD • V- ° brillianl diomond In a jma/))y ilylcd, beaultfuily icolptu*ed 1-JK jnounling. Thii if a value lhaiJ/DU V(t>!L't_LEC_ > siuplicolDd ehcwhcrel.'." _. 17.50fro$325 \ ^ , . : . • Lady'i garnet duller ring .10K yelfow gold. ORANGES POTATOES Juicy Calif, Dox, Stalk Red Triumphs 100 Lb. Sack 2-25 3 *. \\t CAULIFLOWER Large, White Head BANANAS %r Lb. Washington Red Delicious APPLES BELL PEPPERS > CARROTS SWEET POTATOES Pound Jysfr Received! Large Shipment 1 of TASTEE BISCUIT 20 Lbs. FREE i WITH BBL. 9 C D fi i E SI Yellow Corn TOO Pounds CHOPS DAIRY FEED SALAD DRESSING KRAFT DINNER . ..Dixie 16 Per Cent Kraft Miracle Whip, Pt. \^ PEANUT BUTTER MACARONI CRACKERS BEANS Enchantment Quart or SPAGHETTI Cardinal, 6 For Premium 7 Ounce New Crop Great Northern, 700 Lb. 7 Plenty .of Parking Space In Lot Back Of Store SUPER MARKET J. K. Sander*, Mgr. 109-111 West Main J,D,Lunsford f Mkt. Mgr. » y ^vw r **.<.,., „ v ^. * . ^ . |7 These are all Swiss watches, 15 and 17 jewel movements in gold Riled ami solid gold cases. However, they're much hcttcr llian the Swiss wnlclics we've teen shown the last year or so—they can be repaired if broken—anil we'll guarantee them for 80 days, jnsl as we do American made watches. Special Selling of Gold Filled 3 Heart Shaped Designs to Choose From . . Dainty lockets iimke irtcal gifts. These liiive full length gottt filletl chains, and arc in attractive gift boxes. —Compare their value! Men's Dress Model's . . . Waterproof Models . . . 37 ! 150 ' Ladies ! Models 57V100 3MO Use Our Layaway Plan! j| lody'i compocl; smotlly styled v in rolled gold ^on^Steiling ' jllver. * ' — -^ WIDE SELECTION I Mon'i mcmtve ring in I OK gold \vi1n sparkling diamond, \ $75 ICK'S Jewelry Store 202 V/. Wain VorJy'l brottlcl, gold filed on Sterling il!v«r with 5 liwiu tafcd rub?Bi. * •*' $12 Ucty'i gold filled loeVcl wiln j I fitry diamond, long neck ] j ,;„.. . I. 12.50 I f^" r 7 ' •', m^

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