The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 25, 1946 · Page 5
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SATUUDAY, MAY 25, 10-10 BLYTHKVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGEFIV1 French Execute Dr. Marcel Petiot Muss Murderer, Who Killed for Profit, , Dies on Guillotine. IIV HKKimil* ti. KINO United I'n'ss SUvfJ Corrrsiittmleiil PARIS. May '25. (UP)—Or. Marcel 1'ctiol, who murdered 24 persons, flushed a last scornful glance nt the world from Ihc guillotine «l clnwu today, and a few seconds later the thundering slash of a 30- pouncl steel blade rolled his head into a walling basket. The hypnotic doctor, convicted proprietor of a mass murder I ic lory in the clank basement of 21 Hue Le Sueur, died stolidiv and defiantly. Until the last Pel lot mocked France, which hp believed did not. understand him. peliot claimrt! credit for killing 63 persons, -.vhotv he calle<| German aKcnls. A Frcncn court convicted. I'ctiot refused au.vjlution troi a prie.st just before he marched un. flinchinjjty to tile execution block in the courtyard of Sante Prison With a disdainful gesture he biusii ert aside the claret and (;|HKS <• rum Franco Rives her conviclci murderers just before she cut.s of their heads. The murderer knew he was 10 die soon, but he had not been told Ihe day. Three days ago he was reported "Kay as a cricket" after prison officials found an unused viiil o; poison on him. •Shortly beior c dflwn today he was asleep in his cell. Army's New Cargo Plane is World's Largest Two canopy ' blister*" gtve greater visibility than windowtin nose Four 3000-nonepower Pratt i Whitney Wasp Mqjor radial engines Tricycle landing gea dual wheels five feet, six tncKes high, No$« wheel ri stcciablc when taxiing | Gross weight is rtwnds Main cargo section, 75 feet I long, 62 feel of ttm having I o l2',Vioct diamctei 1 1'ictured at Wright Field, Ohio, after a non-stop flight from the West Coast Is the Army's c-71 DoiiKlas :;lol;emaster—the world's largest cargo plane. It has i flying runae of over TOCO miles, fueled fr»m tanks if ll,CGO-e;ill<m capacity, U carries a five-man crew, with accommodations for relief crews necessary on lonji flights. H used as Iransport insleud of for Ircr^ht, the Gtobemnsti'r can accommodate 125. troops or 115 caualty' litter;; Manila Lions Club Srows Fast and Now Has Two "Tailtwisters" MANILA. Ark,, May 25.-.On Ihe theory that one man could not successfully perform the duties of "Tiill- iwlstcr." Guy RulXMisleln and llyrl McHenry, local merchants. Wedttes- rtuy were elected for Hint Job In the Manila Lions club annual election. The club was 81 members. William liorowsky. Bcerclnry- trcasurer of the chtb since Us or- Banlmdon some 14 years »KO with the exception of one year, was elected lo this olTlce for another year. Other officers are as follows; president. Vardlmnn Dee Oslxune (o succeed Melvln 1,. DownhiK; Kobejt Kllllnn, first vice president: W. W. Fowler, second vice president; Doylo While, third vice president; directors for two years, II. 13. Alston and K. C. Fleeman; Hurley llraden and Kurl Wtldy. directors for one year; lion tunicro. Lewis E. Townscnd and \\ r illiam Kdwards. Hitch-Hike Stayer Held After Auto is Recovered VAN HUHKN, Ark.. Mixy 25. (UP) —A youth thul IMS nlrrn'dy ndmllU'd one murder wns held hero und'.'r iei>vy guiml today, while iwllce examined other evidence. Micy con- Mdered nitidil link him with Tcx- Births In County Itobcrt ano" Helen Caini3er. Blytheville. girl: Bort and Mary Weds. Stecle, Mo., girl: Joe and Merle Atkins, Blyiheville, boy: llcrbrn and. Hnijy Dearfcy, Blythevillc. boy; Ho!-I "land and Willie Aiken. nivtbevilh,! boy; Holly and Minnie Wiikey, Os-i ceola, boy: Alvis and Lily Peterson. Osccola. boy; James and Dora Hunt, Tyronv.a, Bill; Baker and Virginia Ptiillips, Wilson, boy: Ernithn and Octavin Yancy, Bassett. Birl; Miles and Christine Green. Joiner, girl; Hoy and Lera ITayden, Joiner, boy; Thomas and Mnyglc Ilervinslon, Dell, boy: William and Inn Shook. Tyronza. girl; Franklin and Mary Bell Scribner. Blytheville. boy: John and Venulc Slaggs, Oseeola. girl. Immonuel Baptist Church Plans for Homecoming Rundny will be "homccoinhiK tiny" for Hie Imnmiuiel Hapllst Church, lociiled three ntul n half miles west o[ Blylhevlllc. 'I'o brcin ut 10 o'clock, Ihe pm- Rr.nn will Ix: concluded at 'J:',IO o'clock. The Rev. A. M. Houston, pastor, will (five the welcome address and Mrs. Claud Dimciin. Ihe church history, Following the morning sci'ruo'.i, there will be n lunch. The Hcv. Ciraijjc IlugB of Holland. Mo., will e've the altcrnnon sermon tit 2 I'clock. Andrew White will lend 1 rnlsc Service mid the dcvollomU will lie Klven by the Rev. T. J. li'leh-' ntlsou of Half Moon. Various •hureh members will lend prayers. The public Is Invited, It was un- lounccd by the Rev. Mr. Houston. arkana's "phantom" Crawford County Sheriff Ed Sloan siild yesterday that Hilly Hay Vitn- landlnKhiun of Arkoino, Okla., hn.l admitted the filial shouting of 8. W. Joyncr of Shrevepoii, I>u. He told (iiteslloners Hint the elderly Joyner picked him up on ilia highway with two other men. Vim- landhiKham'ti llrst story was Hint the other two men shot, .loynev. lie confessed later, when he wns churn- eel wltli first degree murder In Crawford circuit court, here. State trooiwrs took Vunlandliii;- huiu Into custody \un\r here when the cur he drove figured In a wreck, In his ellccls. Ihey found $UO In liavelers checks and about JIB In cash thill belonged lo Ihe Shreve- pnrt man. The car was bloody, utul the youth hud u pistol. 3 Mongers ' ' NEURITIS, ARTHRITIS, RHEUMATISM These three monsters have, caused more p*ln and wf> ferine than all other human ailment* combined. And during the past 50 years Mountain Valley hi» fought them clay in and day out; and has to 1U credit mmy notable victories. Probably € to 8 gluM* of (hit BM> iii'til ulkaUnc water may be the greftUtt Ml Mini TOO linvc ever known. Try It for' 90 djry». ' _' CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOT Main and Division . BlytlwviJto. Ait boy; Otis and Dorothy Wiseman, | beth Reagan. Blytheville. boy; Wil- against John J. Kricger. former wilson. girl; Coleman and Pauline i Mam and Virginia Butler, Blylhe- chief clerk in the division of public Walls. Manila, boy; Roy and Alberta ville. hoy; James and Redia Brooks, works, and two bills against Oliver Phillips. Manila, girl; Vernon and i Blythevillc, girl: Van and Hilda An- T. Bradford, former superintendent Mabel Ashley, Joiner, boy; Florence and Lueilc Pena. Frenchman's Bayou, girl; Vanes and Virginia Blackwood, Wilson, yirl; Willie and , , Vevuon and Susie Martin. Manila,; tola Williams. Manila, boy; Harry pirl: Thomas and Frances Williams. Joiner, boy; George and Mary .lames. Luxora. girl: Lester and Elizabeth Dillard. Blythevillc. toy; Oliver mul Manda BncnK, Luxora, girl; Lee and Ethel Nichols. Tyronzsi. Birl; Willard and Mildred Belts, Blytheville, Scrape, Si-., girl: Otto and Blytlicvllle, boy; Ninr. Glen and Patricia Kinkeatl. Blythevill-;, girl; William and Flossie Sanderson, Lcpanto, girl; Charles and Clara Freeman, Oseeola. boy: John and Mamie Kin<<- Lnxora, boy; Woodrow and Dellar Cowgill. Wilson, boy; Aubrey and Elrebra Carson, Armorel, boy; Cecil and Jessie Powell. Kciser. girl; Roy and Mary Wil- Wilson, boy. ' '• . iind Fay Downing, Manila, boy; John and Susie Bartoszkiewicz, Luxora, girl: Edward and Helen Speck, Joiner, girl; Delbert and Ruby George, Manila, boy; Roy and Ella Hall. Blytheville. girl; Bennic and Mattie Key, Luxora. girl: Rob- derson, Blythcviilc, boy. of Die city Incinerator. ( The two were arrested last Thursday on charges of misappropriating some $88,000 in city funds. At that .time, Mayor Uelcsseps Morrison revealed that all city payrolls were being studied lor evidence of Ir- ert and Thclnia Mashburn, Lepan- , , ,.:„),. ..„,' to;-Birl: Muril and Mary Briiikley., J. 1 _ll._ Parish Grand Jurors Indict Two City Officials NEW ORLEANS, May 25. 1UP) —Two city officials whose Arrest regularities. last week loomed as n new political Bond for Kricger and Bradfon scandal for New Orleans, slood indicled for forgery. , The Orleans Parish grand jury urncd four true bills today wns pieced tt t J2.000 for each 1" ' dictment. Read Courier News Want Ads. Bring Your Poultry To W. T. DAVIS Poultry Co. WE PAY HENS --Today-- COX 24c 15c Trices Kubjrrt (a Market Chungcs Note Our New Address Highway 61 North Phone 528 Need a ... 24-hr, fervic* T A X Hi Call Bonded and Insured 968 Bill Wumfer/ich J. LOUIS CHERRY Bcprnwntlnc New York Life Insurance Co. Bljlhcvinr. Ark. CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! For a quick sale see me. I have buyers for homco. i List your property with me. My commission is 5%. I have no sidelines. ' ' H.C.CAMPBELL Office 120 So. Srcond COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE IN ONE AGENCY AT Ijower Cost United Insurance Agency A. I<\ Dietrich, Mannjjcr Jilythevillc's Only Kxtlusive Direct Writinj; Ajfcnc.v of Leading Companies 2091/2 West Main St. Phone 510 Rend Courier News Want Ad«.i Manila, boy. Rapped by Reds Henery and Ethel Cultum. Oscc- i ola. hoy; Ernest and Olhella Walker. Manila, bqy; Woodrow^and Iven.i Fossey. Luxora, boy; Lee and''Annic Hiinison, Wilson, boy; Kevineth and Orine Scribner, Luxora. boy; William and Maudie Ashby. Rivervalo, boy; -Virgil and Icie,; Rodgers, l^c- panto, girl; J. H. and'Ploincr Lucy, Roy and Ruthie Vandiver. Manila. | Blylhevilic, boy; G : eoV'gt and tialcy boy; Euell and Enviia Scott, Me. -1 Hopper. Tomato, girl; Elishia and iiila, girl: Richard and Emmie Ma-,- P j ora yon, Tyronza, boy. Troy and tlieny, Manila, boy; Olonzo and iEihvina ' Batfies.-. Lcachvi'lle," '"boy; May Page, Luxora, boy: Piny and Hl]f ,^ lllu) O j n Hood Manila, twins, Helen Persfull. Blytheville, boy:!gt r i and boy; Robert and Btlby Robert and Nellie Wilson, Manila, 1 Phillips. Wilson, girl; Gerald -ami Mozcllc ISubanks, Manila, boy; Paul and Mary Sumner, Manila, girl; Mike and Millie Shen. Manila, girl. Ira and Elaine Lindscy. Osccoln, girl: Ralph and Bonnie Gilmore, Steelc, Mo., girl: John and rteva Brothers, Blytheville, boy: Norman and Dorothy Stone, Frenchman's Bayou, boy: Willyc and Margaret Lane, Blytlicvllle, girl; Kenneth and Dora Matthews. Mnniln, boy: Charles and Susan McCollum. Blytheville. boy; Omcr and Mary Christian. Blyiheville. girl; Shannon am! Roscncll Langlcy, BlythevUle, eivV. Kenneth and Dorothy Wardlovv Blytheville, girl: Alfred and Angelina Bourcll. Sleele, Mo., boy; Wil- linin and Bessie Willingham. Blytheville, girl: William and Ivn George. Luxora. girl; Fred and Ruth Dutton. Memphis, boy: M-iv- cus and Anna Denham, Steele. Mo., girl; William and Lorcnc Hardy. Blytheville, hoy; William and Eliza- Diplomalic immunily has been claimed by Ihe U. S. Slalc Dc- Ijaiiment for Waldo Rucss, above, held by Soviet auliiori- lics in Moscow under accusation of "hooligan" acls while escorting a Russian opera singer home in a taxi. Rucss, a vclcran of |.-mg diplomatic service in Japan, China and Africa, is attached to Hie embassy in...Mcs7>v/- WALLPAPER --— ;i0c Washable Light fast Now Now 32c 22 Y 2 c Wallpaper Now E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. Only A Reasonable Wage ney You Hire From Us For River-Washed SAND and GRAVEL Phone 965 We Also Sell Good Black Sandy Loam and Dirt for Fills LARKIN SERVICE STATION 219 East Main St. K. SI. I.nrkin Ilulcn Holme You'll find (.his a Friendly, Understanding Bank and the vacant chair beside e!\ch officer's desk Is a sllenl Invitation for you to sit down and talk, over your business problems with them Rt any time. We'll try to help you. Money obtained through a Crop Production l,o;m ;il (his friendly hunk is like adding a new and valued "hand" on your fitrm. II does its work by providing (he supplies Hint you need for making ;i successful crop. And, it works for a very reasonable wajjc • Many farmers arc finding this "extra hand" greatly increases (lie effectiveness of their own labor and that of ihcir helpers. The loans are made on a seasonal basis, and arc repaid when your crop is harvested in the fall. Come in and let's talk il over. The First National Bank THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN MISSISSIPPI COUNTY MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER F.D.I.C. FURNITURE Of course, we don't (jet all we could selj, but us we get It our policy will lie first come, first served. , . . .. ' Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. 301 Ka.sL Main Phone 2302 Alt nur Kmutnycrs urn \\&r Veteraiu. i Where Your Flower* Are — You Arc! One cull to us will arrange to have your roniembrniiceH sent, not just onse, bat month after month. Ask about this plan. SHOP r.TSt. Bcrriw W« DoUnr Pli. 4*1 Mrm. J. M. (Mmo) WtOUnH. *wiMr HAYS IMPLEMENT CO. ZOO G. Main, Blytheville, Ark., Phane 2M1 ' . SALES AND SERVICE OF J. I. CASE EQUIPMENT Just Received a ahipment of. CASE HAMMER FEED MILLS 8 Inch $105; 10 Inch $t29.50 USED We will pay you the full OPA Ceiling " V plus your extra equipment. \( you arc KoinK to keep your pfesient car let us give, you an cslimntc on reconditioning your motor, body nnd painting. . Crcdil U-rniH can lie arranged. Tires,.Tubes and nnd home radio.s for sale. -. , ' " '. Lee Motor Soles, Inc. Oldsmohilc East Mftin St. CMC Tracks Phone 519 Gel Ready for the big insect season approaching. . Have Your Property ' ..'.. Sprayed Wirh D. D. T. Like the U. S. Government Uses Boyetr Spraying Co. is f J equipped to do just that. / You can help rid your com/ muniry of pesky insects by _./" calling Phone 3602 BOYETT DDT Spraying Co. Offices Temporarily Located 111 E. VH* $«. Geo. (Buddy) Boyett—Owners—Fred Boyett Jr.

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