The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 5, 1949 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 5, 1949
Page 14
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(AKK.) NEWS THURSDAY, MAY B, Police Find Woman Chained to Bed In the Home of Her Brother-in-Law YORK, P«., May I. H>»—Sheriff* Clyde F. Bcnlzcl said a 48-year-old ' woman was found chained to a bed In her brother-in-law's home—cliul only in an under garment and splattered with blood. District Attorney Harold H. Rucli- aill filed a charge of assault and battery against the brothcr-iu-law, William Gable. 58. a chain plan: worker who told authorities he holds a certificate as a minister ol the gospel. Bentzel said the woman, Kllru Bweinley, had blood marks on her face and neck when he went to the Gable home Tuesday after neighbors complained. The woman had chains wrapped about her body and wrists and was fastened to the bed with A heavy rope as well. Benlzel said, while clous were chained to Ihe front and rear door* of the house. The sheriff said Gable iold him he secured liis sister-in-law to til 1 ? ' bed after she threatened his wife. • Alverta. 38. with bodily harm. Th» two women are sisters. Elleri Swemley tolrt him. Hen'zel said, that Gable hart beaten her and chained her lo the hod Monday nisht after she was raiiahl lakitip a piece of bread from the table. Shf insisted, Benlze! said, that slip look the bread because she was linnary BentKcl said Ihe woman—who was quoted ns tcllins him she w:u chained in the cellar for tour clays lust week without food—hart been an Inmate of (lie Pcmihiiiwi School for Drlcr.Live Women for 30 year?. She was released a ajjo and spent six months in the York County Home before going io live with the Gables. Application is lor permit lo be issued for operation beginning on the 1st day of July 1049. and to expire on the 30 dsy o( June. 1S50. Vlieil Boyd Applicant. Subscribed and sworn lo before me this 4ih day ol May 10-19. Mrs. Marshall Ulaukard ^l i Notary Public. Mv Commission expires: 39 53. 5-5-49 character, that lie has never been convicted of a felony or oilier crime Involving mma! turpitude; that no sell brer by the under- been revoked within five t past; and that the uiulcr- as never been convicted of the laws of this state, or i .slate, relative lo the sale olic liquors. Application is ior permit, to IK sued for operation IwglnnlnK on tlie 1st dm 1 of .'i)ly. 1949, nnd lo ex- Hie on I lie 30 day of June. 1950. City Drug Co.. Inc., Hubert 1. Thompson, license iitineil 1 years la JilRlU'd 1 violating any oth of a leu The French chateau ol I'kmlaliie- bleau, about 35 miles from Paris, has been linked with the lives of French kings for more than 800 years. XOT1CK Notice is hereby Riven that the undci sinned has filed with I lie Commissioner of Revenues nf the Sinlc of Arkansas for permit In sell mirl dispense lu-er nl retail oil the premises described as 101 K. Main St., Blytheville. Mississippi County. The imileisinned Mates that ho h a of Arkansas, of aood nioml % HOME LOANS Klhrrl S. Jtihnsun 1'lie l<:<|iiita))lo Life A K sura i ice Society rimiii: (H'iS KvoninBB Applicant. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 25th day of April, 1949. Beth K. Bunch, i Seal i Notary Public. My commission expires 4-23-52. NOTlfK Notice Is hi'rcliy aivon that ihr undersigned has filed with UK- CominLulouer of Revenue? of the • Stale o:" Arkansas for permit to sell j and dispense beer at rotail on the | premises described as GOO K. Wniii. Blylheville. Mississippi Cnnulv. The unneisignfd slates that lie -s j a citizen o! Arkansas, ol S""d moral j character, Ilia! he lias never bi-pn , con'.-irtod ol a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; Hint no license to sell beer by Ihe undersigned has been revoVrrt within live years last past; and that the mi- dersisncO has never Iieen convicted ol vlolaiinp! the laws of this state, or any other stale, relative lo tlif aale of alcoholic liquors. HEY! YES, HAY BALING TIME IS HERE! And I'll c*o the jol> the way you wnnl it done, .hist ask your neighbor ... 1 probably di( his hay baling last year. Yo uet the .si/.e bale you want Die Job Is done e.vpeilly yr 1 guarantee to meet anyone pi-ice and quality. Aiso Cutting and Raking Hay CAI.I, IliZ 0. ,M. "Hoiil" MiU-hcll Klylhcvillc. EXPERT SERVICE Laundry & Dry Cleaning • Cold Storage Furs, Woolens, Hlankels and Drapes NU-WA Laundry Cleaners I'lione 4174 ATTENTION Soybean Growers! nORTCHSOY NO. 2 SKKO SOYBEANS Hc- cleaned, Tested and Tagt'cd. PH1CK §2.75 1'cr Bushel. lill!) Soybean 110% I'tu-ily. Produce more soylieivns ^icr acre by planting IhirlcliMiy No. Z, hijhcsl viclclcr in 1!HS viplrt Seed Kor Saio By BLYTHEVIU.E SOYBEAN CORPORATION 1SOO West Main i'honc Sf>G-Sa7 RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY tAIJ I"Tpr> Ivxrrpi t';iritTri DRS. N1ES & NIES FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION Sw Sstimates S.J.COHEN Oontvactor LYHCH BLOG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK • Phone, 3646.a*d2S25 NOTICE N-jticc i.'. hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of tin? Slate o! Arkansas for permit to sell nnij di> beer al relail on the premises described as 2013 W. Main, BlytlLeville, Mississippi Cmmly. undersigned stales that he Is a oilmen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted ol a lelony or other crime Involving moral liirpitud> ; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within liv» years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted ol violating the laws of this stale, or any other slate, relative to the sale ol alcoholic liquors. Application Is for permit to be Is- •MC'I for operation beginning on tha 1st day of July, low and to expire on ihe 30 days of June. i950. Damon Method Applicant, Subscribed and sworn to before me thjs 4 day of May, 1949. Worry of FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? L*OH I je emoarru,s.st_*cj oy loose tal.s* . when you eat, l ' or ui laugn Jiisl sprin- , Kle a UUJe h'ASTKKTH on your platiu L'/ll.s j)|[,'Lt i flni pow< el «lves a remark- aiiJe -sense ol -dded cointorl and R«CU- nty ny rmidn\B |) more firmly No f umniy. Rcwiey phsiy taste or feetlnff t'.s alkaline i unn-Ht-ld ) Get FA8- Tt'KI'H a I any drug F>iore Mrs. MgrsJial) Blackarti 1 Notary Public.] My commission explrej 3-9-53. 5-5- Reol F-tut. OSClol <i BI^ mi MI i Phpnt 3075 A NOTE Frigldoire's famous Meter-Miser is th« simplest cold-making mechanism ever built. It's sea led -in-steel, oiled for life} uses a mere trickle of current even on warmest days. Remember — only Frigidaire has the Meter-Miser. And remember, too, every Meter-Miser mechanism is protected for 5 whole years against service expense FRIGIDAIRE America's No.1 Refrigerator in this 6 cu. ft. 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