The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 9, 1947
Page 9
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JVKDNESDAY, APRIL !), 19-17 BodyofNewYork Hermit is Found Younger Man Appears To Have Met Death In His Own 'Looby Trap 'NEW YORK, April 9. (UP).-The k- I|l 1 ' slcl 'y ° r ">e lii-riuits of Fifth ^ ajdHie ended yesterday as the Solly of LsiiBloy Collyer, 61. was found tenoalh debris on the second floor of the moulding m nn- s on where lie and his blind brother,. Homer, hid from the world for more than 30 years. Homer Collyer's body was found 111 the old brownstouc house on March 21. and police had' been scekniB Langlcy Collyer since that time. Homer Collyer, blind and paralyzed, starved to death, and police believed that I/m^lcy had dioct some (Uy s before his brother, lo whose care he had devoted many years of hi s life. They theorized that LaiiRloy Coll.vcr was trapped and crushed to death beneath falling debris when he accidentally set off one of the many "bocby-trsps" lie had constructed in tunnels burrowed Ihrouah the junk-filled rooms of I be house, designed to slop any intruders. Detective Joseph Whitmoie. who had spent more than two weeks directing a senreli of the weird old hoiisu.. at 2078 Fifth Avenue, finind (lie .body. He emphasized that it. was so badly crushed beneath the debris, and so decomposed, that it would be impossible -to determine the cause of death until a medical examination WAS made. Linsjlcy Collyer, younger of the two brothers, had been rmnorc'l .seen in a number of cities nn:l 8 Jowns throughout the East since )Bt s brother's body was found, but police had climt; to belief that ho was somewhere in the old house. I»AT1IKV1U,E (AUK.V COURIER NEW8 And So to Bed' Couple Would Give Eye Each For Trip Funds 'ER.IE.-Pn., April 9. UJPI^A poverty-stricken young coup.'c, the husband a sick man and the wife expecting a baby, yesterday offered to sell cue eye each for enough money to go West. Louis Longiorno, 23, and Ills wife, Edna, 52, 'who toctyy had exactly 58 cunts loft and faced eviction from their three-room apartment, marie the offer. Bongirono, tubercular nnd diabetic, has 'been told by doctors that he must go to a different climate if he expects to live much - longer. He is jooless/'-'cannot get state relief, and is too far down on the waiting list of the tuber- uutlieiilie Nigerian folk songs (o American audiences. "L'm"b culosis sanitarium here for early entry. The couple said they would sivit an eye each to anyone giving them cnoiiKli money lor (lie luis-jaml band to uo west and living ex- leu pensc-s for one year. I The couple iuis a c:-:;icct another child in Scp- W-monlh lioy lima Conner News Want Arts; Combinatiori, Cash to Burglars for. Return of Stolen Ring and Safe JACKSON, Miss., April 9. (UP) Four turns to the left, stop at 10; three turns lo the right, stop at seven; Uvo loft, stop at 73. Turn right until dial steps. It should' open right up. Anyway, Leo Hall is offering this combination of a 350-pound safe to the burglars who stole it from his borne last weekend. He also offered them the $2,801) in cash the s afc contained if they would give him back a diamond rhis;. valued at $400, some valuable papers—and the safe. US/fit? 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