WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, BLYTHEVILLE <ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE 16-Y ear-Old Eagle Scout Held For Brutal Murder of Young Schoolmate in Church Kitchen nOANOKE, Vs.. May 11- (fl'J—Lee Scoll, 10-year-old KUBlc Scout and cliurcli choir member, today luces a charge of murder in the cliurcli clnvtaB of Dana Marie Weaver, 16-year-old schoolmate. Wiectlve Calrt. Frank H. Webb. In an unprecedented press conference lust night, announced simply that Scot I had been clmiROd In a warrant signed oy Police Judge S. R. Price. "That is all (hat I can give you I at this time." Webb said. He added that lie wished he could give more that the case was "one of the worst since I have been in the depart- 1 luenl," Webb, however, did tell reporters that Scott had directed police to illey where a coffee sack miss- ling from the church was found He said Scott also told them where they could find ;.is clothing, which J police later found darkly stained I They believed the stains arc blood 1A broken pop bottle was found ii | the coffee snck. SlRiis of Struggle Dana Marie's body was found I Monday morning by the janitoi I Christ Episcopal Church in th I church kitchen. There were I nf a desperate strngRlc by the gir I Her fingernails were broken r. I two pop bottles, one of them smash |cd. wure on the floor. Slie had none lo the enure I Sunday evening to join a Youn ] People's group, unaware that th was on a picnic. She y joined the group on Sut |a'a'y nights although she \vas no member of the church. Funeral services were set for to I day at 4 p.m. at Raleigh Court \Vcavcr RcginaM Murreli Weaver, was killed action on i\vo Jiina In 1945. Dana Marie was the baby Next *o her was another boy, Jiichard, who survives- T'le iiornetfish can swim backward a.s well as forward. It has a mouth ihai>ed like a trumpet. Employment Regulations Are Explained N. WTTLE ROCK, May H—Minors under 18 me banned by (he •hlld-labor regulations under the 'air Labor Standards Acl( Federal vase and hour law) from operatntg xnver-driven woodworking machines, including lidding machines n fresh fruit and vegetable pack ing sheds. This wimiins was sounded tdoay for the benefit of members of the frc.sh fruit and vegetable packing industry in Arkansas by Krvie O Hicks, who represents the Wage and Hour nnd public Contracts Divisions. U. S. Department ol Labor in this Slalo. Operations of al |x>\ver-drivcn woodworking machinery, wherever used, is classed a.s i hu^uxious occupation tinder Ihe Ac and the minimum age for work U such an occupation Is 18 years, h explained. "IVr.sons 10 and 17 may work .he room where [lower-driven lid dins mnc!>lnc.s arc operated, bu tlxve under 16 cannot." Mr. Hick said. "Children 14 and 15 may be em plnved in the packing industry non-mimulacturing and non-pro rcssing occupations in workroon where no manufacturing or pro ce.^slns is carried on, provided cer tain conditions are met. These cot ditions are: "All work musl be pcrlormc outside of school hours. "Children 14 and 15 may work maximum of three hours a day ai 18 hour.s a week when school is in Endurance flier's Son To Be Treated at Spa HOT SPHINC1S, Ark., May 11. (IT)— Richard lilcdel, Jr.. 10-j'Mir- old son of Ihc Fullrrlon, Calif., en- rance flier, was to be lluwn hero lay for treatment of arthritis. ones of a Mastodon lunted in Forrest City FORREST CITY, Ark., May 11. 'i—A University of Arkansas museum party Is exeavalihg the bones a masiadon—a prehistoric ele- ihant—within the city limits of orrest City. The party Is headed by J. O. ipps. Prof. S. C. Dcllinger. dlrcu- of the museum, hopes lo llnd noucli of the bones lo reconstruct skeleton. He was to bo accompanied by his thcr. eo-holrier of the world's recd for remaining aloft In an alr- iine. Fugitive Is Charged With Theft of Auto HOT Sl'RINCiS. Ark,, May 11. (/I 1 ) —A federal charge of violating the National Anlo Theft Act has been Illrd wilh U. S. Commissioner loiiner Tackelt here against Harry Raymond Popu, '29. Pope was arrested last Saturday at Dallas, Tex., after escaping from Jail here. The theft charge alleges he rirovo a stolen automobile from Magnolia, Ark,, to Texas, Seniors Go on Tour COO'l'En, Mo.. April 11—Mem- )ers of the Senior Cla.^s of Cooler h school and their sponsor. Superintendent Goodwin, and Mrs, Goodwin left Tuesday morning for ten days vacation to he spent In Washtncton, D. C. and other points n the East. Educator Improves STEKLF:, MO., April n-supt. o. T. Coll of Steelc High Sc-hool who was seriously injured In a freak accident last week Is much improved at Campbell's Clinic In Memphis where he was taken soon after the accident. Hn has a Irlpli; fractur of Ihp left arm and shoulder bn his injuries arc not us severe u llrst rc[Kirlcd. se-vdon, provided the work Is done outside of school hours. "They may work a maximum of eight hours a day and 40 hours a \veek during the school vacation period 'Work performed by those 14 and 15 years old must be performed between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m." I Methodist Church. Police yesterday received reports that Scott's face was scratched and 1 they proceeded to take him quietly from'class in Jefferson High School 1 to police headquarters where he was questioned continuously from I 2 p.m.. until the warrant was Issued I at 3:15 p.m. The bo.v's father, Garrctt Scott. an insurance salesman, was brouRii* In to sec him during the day. He left the room weeping. He went with I police to find the coflec suck in an I alley, and also to his home to find I the boy's clothing he is said to have I worn Sunday. A coat and pair of trousers bore I large dark blotches. Some white lam! tan oxfords showed signs of 1 having been washed, but there were I stains on the sides and on the white shoe laees, police said. Attended Church Regularly Scott, after he was charged, was I taken to the city jail on the roof I of the Municipal Building. Crowds 'Uie curious attempted to get a /t at him as he was taken through the corridors of the building. n s^"" in the choi]- of the church I where the murder took place and Iw.s said to have a perfect attcn- I dance record. Police said the youth made statc- Iments. but, they were fragmentary They did not say whether the | statements were signed. Dana Marie is the second of three children In the Weaver family to I meet violent death. The oldest child, No more sleepless nights whesi you have a .CoolairFan! FHA terms. Ask for installation estimate. NOW! BUILDERS SUPPLY CO., Inc. | W. II. Pease }. Wilson Henrj South HiRhway 61 riionc 2-134 The SKCRE1 of Rottrock's EXPERT Prescription Service rtolhroch Drug Co. PHONE 4451 Dreifus Suggests: RADUrUE > vn ELGIN Net Operating Income Calculated Forms flllt'il out fur property uu HITS ili'slrliiR rout increuse, JOE MARTIN 3'i5 K. 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