The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 29, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 29, 1947
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS , THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1917 Two Accused As Kidnapers . Tennessee Banker Identifies One as His Abductor TRACY OITY, Tenn., May 29 (UP)—Two men arrested In Chattanooga early this morning were charged today with the kidiiap- int; of cashier A. L. Henderson ami attempted robbery of the First .National Bank here yesterday;" They were identified as Alberi Whitworth. about 37, of Oklahoma: and Gerald Duggan, aboni 18, of New Jersey. Whitworth WPI arrested in n hotel and Duggni at the YMOA by Sheriff D. F Grorns of Grundy Countv. and Cit} Marsha! Ike .Sartain, Tracy Gil) in cooperation with Chattanooga police. Both men were asleep when officers went to their rooms. Grooms said Ihe men were arrested as tile result of information obialnpd after a 5500 reward was offered yestevd.xv -for information leading to the arrest of Ihe men involved. He ^.declined however, lo reveal Ihe source of his infonrtalion. Grooms said a!si that Hendcr- f-nn had identified Whitworth ns the ninn who eame to his honit earlv veslerday. bound his nwd jnioi.her with a liocl sheet and Ihon forced Ihe cashier lo go 'to tile bnnk. A time lock on the vault halkert (lie bandit's nlan to obtain the S40.00 pavroll of the consolidated coal mining company. Duprqan. Grooms added, is suspected of b"ip.g the driver of Ihe rm- which followed the bandil and Henderson lo Ihe bank and later pirk<M the ktdnnner tin afler Hen- derroh bad been .bound nnd left in his car a few miles from town. Henilerson freed himself and was located a few minutes laler by members of n searching jnrly who l>a,-l been alerted by Ihp. lawn fire alarm. Murdered Blytheville Musician to Miss Seeing Mother Here This Year Morris Conine, violinist who was The musician recently was lea- born here, may nol make Ills lured In an article by Rhea Tal^y annunl Summer trip lo IJlylhevllle of New York,, v;ho writes about this year to sec his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Barnes. 10:17 Southerners In New York for the Commercial Appeal. Wulnnl St.. ntul friends. He conies "New Yorkers are. always suprtsecl lo Blylhcvllle when he Is In Mom- to hear that Morris comes from phis lo play In the orchestra at the Arkiuisas. (or his looks derive from MOAT und this year, for the flrsl his French anecstvy and Ills man- musician nnd the accident lie re- since his return In 1930 to New celvcd when a child that almost York. Morris has gone across the put an end to a musical carreer. continent on concert lours. In 1945 Employed after school in a meat he was a member of Adolf Busch's market In Memphis, he cut off chamber orchestr?.. i.ast year he four lingers with a cleaver. But, toured the country to play In the his U-achcr, the late Carl Molz, ar- orchestra for Martha Graham, mo- ranged to give him Instruments dorn dancer, whom he accompanied that he conlu play. "Today, bowing also on her recent New York ap- Klth his right hand and fingering pcnrance." wllh the left. Morris Is the only bass player In New York minus four fingers", Miss Tallcy said! Morris went lo Ocrmnny in 1930 to study for four years in Leipzig expects to be In charge of musicians The writer continued, "Morris' future plans Include bigger things than playing in some one else's orchestra, even Stokowski's. He time in four summers, ht> will not net from his six years abroad", ivllh his own teacher, Albln Pin- foi a recording fcompany that piny there. she wrole. "But he was boj'n . In ! (i c i se n. For two years afler com- Ijclni; formed. And a ncv; movie lie Is playing in the orchestra of Blylhcvllie, where his uncle and .Dieting ills studies, he played Hun- company Is underway, which will a lilt, music .show, "Hrlgudoon", aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. G Barnes, (,,,,-iaii dance music In holels and make films of various cities, shnw- whlch won (ho crlllcs' Circle award still live, und was raised in Mem- ; clubs In Southern European conn- Ing their cultural, educational and as Ihc best musical of Ihn season, phis, where his mother. Mrs, Lockle >,.| e . s - business aspects. Morris may direct and will probably run (Jiraigh HO.SS, works in a department store." ] Miss -['alley wrote lhat "Twice the musicians ror tlics2 films." the Summer and longer. Her story lold of his rise ns a __ 'Fraud Squad' to Check Tennessee Tax Evaders KNOXVILLE, Tenn., May 29. (UP) — A "fraud squad" of the U. S. Uuicau of Internal Revenue will open (in olficc In Knoxvillc soon to hclu track down any income tax evaders in East Tennessee, the by Parole Violator Returned LTTLE ROCK. lAlk., May 23. (UP)—A n-ycnr-old North Little Rock girl is to be returned lo Arkansas to finish out a tlircc-J'car sentence aiier being arrested in Grand Forks. N. 13. Stntu 1'arok' Drcctor w. F. Ball said today that P.cgfciy Pitts had been arrested in tnc North Dakota city in violation of tin Arkansas parole follow- News-Sentinel was told today ..„ . I Ipe Hcnslce, Nashville, Internal lier conviction on a theft charge. Revenue Collector for Tennessee. Henslce said his office is now operating a "flying squadron" throughout the state but that two additional groups arc now -being |C. Guillen, a barber, was scn'ft trained and will be slalioned in to death loday for attempting 10 assassinate President Manuel Itoxas with a grenade Mar^li 10. caused a Memphis physician to taxcs ,„ . O rde71o"avoia pra^u- Assassin Sentenced MANILA, May 29. (UP) — J»M East and West Tennessee. The "fly- Inn squadron," he said, already lias "fhrk over" $70.000 in delinquenj The body of Mrs. Klhel Ellis lloyd, 35, n woman tuxl driver, was found in a dilch near Forrest City, Arkansas. Police employed bloodhounds in a search for tin- slayer. Police Chief L. 1). Edmuiutson s:ild William Lawrence IJuke, 35, Negro plumber's helper, had confi'.x-sni that he fatally slabbed and llicn criminally assaullcd Mrs. Hoyd. (NEA Telephol") Scout* to Rule Over. City Affairs in Lnxora LUXORA, Ark.. May 29. — The Boy Scouts of Lnxora will prc- • side over the town Thursday. Tommy Ptanford will «ct ns mayor and Junior Head will be marshal. Chtna 'Imported more raw cotton from the United States during 1931 than In any other year. Judge Scores Use of Women For Jury Duty COLUMBUS. Ga., Mav 2D. eld —Women can correct the faults of the present generation by serving at the cradle rather than servlni on juries. iiccordinR to Jnd | '1 Hicks Fort of the Muscouee Hupe rlor Court. Fort today sharply denounced proposal reriiilrliif; women In Cicor- gin lo serve on Juries. "My deliberate Judgment and very mature cry out ngHlnsl such a law." he said In reply lo n lelter from Miss Margaret Hills, first vlce- lircsldent of UIL> Ocorsjia Association of Women Lawyers. Women, he said, can correct the faults of Die generation best by bCKinnlng at the cradle ami "developing a correct and patriotic generation. Stowaways After their American boy friends left Australia for America Uiei Ia.s3les decided to follow. They stowed a\vay on Ihc Frelglilei- EpUvim out of Sidney nnrt ended up in New Orleans, where we find them posing for Ihc camera. Lell to right ore: Snndrn Noritn Hui.'lies and Wanda Sauvernin. 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