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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 19, 1949
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' WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1949 Ohio Lad Admits Slaying Mother St. Louis Officers Report Arrest and Prompt Confession ST. LOUIS, Got. 19. r.n-Aii 18- Jrar-old runaway from Ohio was •rrested in st. Louis County today •no told sheriffs depvitles he had tolled itls 56-year-old foster mother. The boy Is Jame.s Nnlry who lives JSLYTHEVILLE .(ARK.) COURIER NEWS : : at Fairview Village, ^ Cleveland. suburb of . He was picked up on teletype In- Jties" 3 " 011 supplled bjr ohl ° autno1 '"The boy was driving his (amlly " r and said he was en route to Texas," & sheriff's deputy said, He ^T<«<lily admitted his Identity and J|l"ered no resistance, although he was armed with a .22-callber pistol. "He tcld us he killed his mother V'sterday but gave no explanation. We won't question him until Ohio oi'ictals arrive today." Young Nalry was described as being "» frail nervotrs-type l>oy" with blue eyes and dark hair. He is five-foot-seven and weighs 120 Jbs. LUXORA NEWS By Mrs. G. C. Driver Mrs. Iva Nalry, a bookkeeper, was found shot lo death in a neighbor's yard in Fairview Park shortly before noon yesterday. Mrs. Nalry and her husband, Louis J. Nairy. 56, had adopted the boy. The husband is a John Marshall high school English teacher. Five shots from a ,22-caliber 'pistol attracted the attention of Mrs. Elhel Miller, a neighbor. She found Mrs. Nr.lry in the Miller backyard. She later died in a hospital. In 1946, young Nalry was before the bureau as an "Incorrigible run-! away." Last February 8 he was Indicted for the theft of an automobile. The car was recovered In Cincinnati. Later the youth was returned from Texas where he had worked in the Shamrock Hotel at Houston. Placed on probation, the adolescent lett home and later Mrs. Nalry (old R probation officer he had written from Corpus Christ!. In the letter, he asked to slay and oflered to send money to pay damages on ihe car stolen In February. The Llixora P.T.A. met last Wednesday In the school cafeteria. The meeting was presided over by the president, Mrs. A. B. Rozelle. Committee reports were given, and a drive for new members urged. A. B. Bradley had charge of the program, assisted by Mrs. Joe Gentry and Mrs. w. F. Johnson. Attendance prize.v were won by the fifth and eighth grades. The ninth and tenth grade mothers were hostesses for the afternoon. Mrs. Tye Adams, Mrs. Raymond Pate, Mrs. Auten Chitwood, and Misses Emmalee Kennamer and Gretchen Barnes were Hostesses Thursday night to a surprise bridge stork shower in honor of Mrs. A. B. Bradley. High score prizes were won by Mrs. Russell Bowen and Mrs, Vernon James. After the games the honoree was presented with gifts, followed by a dessert course served by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wofford of Belleville, III., were recent house- guests for several days of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Howard. Mr. and Mrs. c. P. Powell, Mrs. Lillian Fieear, Mrs. Harry Stanford, and Mrs. Tom Callis spent Wednesday in Memphis. Mrs. Sue M. Brown, Mrs. C. B. Wood, Mrs. T. p. Hudson, Mrs. S. B. Rozelle, and Mrs. E. R. Bogan attended the U.D.C. luncheon meeting in Blytheville last Wednesday. Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Bogan also attended the Eastern Star meeting at Wilson Thursday night. Mrs. c. p. Crawford and daughter, Maxine, and Mrs. Sam Bowen - ' Smith, who ginners' association motored to Memphis Thursday with •"if- ™ rt attended meeting. Mrs. Maggie Reese and son, Oscar, °J Flint, Mich., were recent visitors of Mrs, R. T. Ballew. They were en route of Los Angeles, calif., for a month's visit with Mrs. Ballew's daughter and son, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Lake. Mrs. Raymond Pale spent the weekend In Booneville, visiting her husband. Misses Edith McDaniel, Eunice Shimi, Oretchen Barnes and Emmalee Kennamer spent the weekend in Conway at Miss Kcnnamcr's home. They attended the Texas- Arkansas football game In Little- nock Saturday In a party with Miss Christene Calvert, former Luxoran now attending the University. oihej- Luxorans In 'Little Rock for the game were Mr. and Mr.s. Ray Whltmore. Mr. and Mrs. Tot Castllo, R. j. Gillespie, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bowen, who continued on a motor trip to Lake Village, lo visit relatives .before returning home later this week. Mrs. Bruce Bnrnelie and Mrs. D. p. Warrington entertained Sunday afternoon with a shower in compliment to Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Warnnglon at the Barnelte. home. Twenty flve guests' attended the affair with the afternoon being spent in games and Informal entertainment. Mixed fall flowers decorated HID home. At the conclusion of the afternoon, refreshments were served. Search Made For "Burning" Airplane MONTICELLO, Ark.. Oct. 19. (a>) : —Southeast Arkansas was searched thoroughly—but In vain—last night for an airplane reported to have crashed and exploded near Jerome. But apparently, vapor trails left by a.high flying craft, and mistaken for smoke, were the basis for the report. . ,. In certain atmospheric conditions moisture from a plane's exhaust condenses, leaving distinctive white trails in the air. ! ' motored 5 plane 1 ' "we're seen ^came from Dermott, Jerome rand Montrose Later reconnaissance planes from Little Rock and Shreveport La., spotted a ground'' fire near Dermott. A Montlcello cotton dusting pilot Delbert Tyndall, who was at the Lake Village, airport, said he saw the plane and expressed the opinion that it was making vapor trails He said he and several other fliers . watched the plane for about 50 miles and that "a burning plane would rave melted In that time." (j^lJ.S: History through the 19th Century can be traced by the American glassware created by skilled craftsmen who depicted outstanding events on bottles, platesc and other pieces. WILSON NEWS By Mrs. B. F. BoyJes Mflhodist Women Meet The- W.S.C.S. of the Wilson Methodist Church met Monday afternoon at the chinch for the monthly meeting and to complete the study on Japan. Mrs. Roy Stobough. - program leader, was assisted by Mrs. Bently Rhodes, and Mrs. Forrest MuJlins. Following the business meeting, presided over by Mrs. Bently Rhodes, president, the meeting was adjourned with the Lord's Prayer by' the group. Refreshments were served In the recreation room with Mrs. A, M. Rogers as hostess. P.t.A. to 'M«l Thursday The Wilson Parent Teachers Association will meet Thursday night m the school auditorium at 7:30 ' A forum on "Children Need To Belong" wil be conducted by Mrs. W. B. Burkett of Bassett, Rev. A. F Muncy, pastor of the Wilson Baptist Church,,will give the devotional and W. p. Harrlsi will read the president's message. ; x - ., Following the meeting a social will be held In the school cafeteria with the 9lh and 10th grade room- mothers as hostesses. Locals Mrs. Flora Puckett. Miss Mavis Rodman, Miss Annie Rae Rowland, Miss Rulh Hyde, Miss Elizabeth Clmfin and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beall were among those from Wilson who attended the Phil Splttilny concert In Memphis, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Rapp attended the funeral of his brother, Tom Rapp, in Columbia, Mo., Wednesday. Mr. Rapp was a former resident of Bassett and Wilson. Mrs. Phelan Cash and daughter Ozella and sons H. P. and John were in Memphis Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hope Johnston and SKY Box OFTirc Opens at fi:3» Show Slarfs 7:00 .2 Miles i\orlh of J ' // DRIVE-IN THEATER Last time tonight Red Skellun & Virginia O'Brien in MERTON of the MOVIES // Thursday & Friday JOHN , SANDS... THE ONLY MAN EVtH TO MAKE liar THE ui l»« ROD CAMERON -CATHY DOWNS- KO> 'NOW SEE HERE, SAM 1 —Slgmund "Sam" Engel, 73, who says he has bilked wealthy widows out of more than a million dollars on promises of marriage, fights witli his attorney, H. Edward Jones outside Federal court at Chicago, just after Engel was released on $100 casli bond. Engc-i bcciune enraged when his bondsmen, who posled $31.500 in real estate suggested that Engel be guarded to guarantee his appearance at a hearing Nov. 1. (AP Photo). Appeal for Badly Burned 5-Year-Old Boy in Cowboy Suit Brings Response BALTIMORE, Oct. 19. (/P)—Five- year-old Gleen Froeman was all togged out in his version of a cowboy outfit—a flannel shirt, corduroy trousers and his father's overshoes as a substitute for boots. He was playing in the back yard when he get too close lo an incinerator. His mother heard a scream, looked out and saw Glenn's clothing on fire. She ran out and tried to beat out the flames with her hands and. with the help of a neighbor, finally smothered them with a blanket.' At Baltimore city hospitals, the doctors said Glenn was burned over more than 60 per cent of his body and would need Innumerable blood transfusions, especially when skin- grafting save his life. in an attempt to family of Earle were the week end guests of his brother, Andrew Johnston, and family.. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Virden'of Detroit, Mich., arrived Saturday for a week's visit with his aunt, Mrs. C. F. Underwood, and family. Miss Merle Ryals, a student at Methodist Hospital School of Nursing In Memphis, spent Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ryals and family. Miss Claudia Campbell and Charles Slandifer who attend Arkansas State College in Jonesboro spent the week end with their families. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Bcail, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Stalls, Mr. and Mrs. Prank McDonald, Mrs. Benton Oar- rett and son Jimmy were among those from Wilson who attended the Arkansas-Texas football game .In Little Rock, Saturday.. Mr. and Mrs. Buck Jones were In Memphis Wednesday. Officers of the MYF of the Wilson Methodist Church' for the'tom- Ing year arc, Virginia Ellen Bird, president; Helen Harnden, vice- president; Doris Arnn, secretary. Jane Bird, treasurer and Mary Abbott, reporter. The Rev. H. Lynn Wade attended the Youth Rally in Little Rock. „.-.,. o» lly «mi one oi L.IUIB KOCK Monday. He returned home Tuesday who will spend the next two weeks and was accompanied by his daligh- ivilh her parents. prosper, an expert says,-is a 21-ccnt »!• Alamagorrto.' New Mexico and hamburger selling for 55 cents in- I *'r. Robertson's sister In Colorado stead of a nine-cent hamburger whom he hasn't seen In several But Glenn's father doesn't have too much money right riow bec.iute he's an employe' of the'Bethlehem Steel Company and is not working due to the sleel strike. However, a neighbor heard of the. ..Froemans' plight and an appeal for funds and blood donors was made and so ninny people showed up last night to give blood that the hospital ehruisted all its donor equipment. •. Donations were ^aken from ; 77' last-night, another 35 were registered for donations today.anrt about 100 others came and said they would be bacV: to give blood. Little Glenn was given five pints tcr, Mrs. J. W. Slayden'. and daughters Sally and Sue of Little Rock FURY Of VIOLENCE IMPASSIONED LOVE! OMta* HAYWARD Open 6:30 Show Starts 7:00' Adults 50c Kids Free HE FUN lap Roots ^^ '«.»« ! TECHNICOLOR BORIS KARLOFF Ward Bond Wh!tfi«ld Connor ' Richard Long Julie London _ — ALSO— "SCREW DRIVER" • NEWS Woody Wood Pecker Cartoon Clifcngo Bears" (Football Rr^ll BIG STAGE AND SCREEN Adults 60c - _ ALL UH.TF THTATOF j^ O| , |( , (| ()|ifi|| ON OUR STAGE • TWO BIG DAYS WSM Grand Ole Opry Presents BILL MONROE and His Blue Grass Boys FEATURING STRING BEANS With ' Rudy Lyles • Chubby Wise • Rubberneck Joe Wiseman WHAT I KNOW COULD HANCAIOTOFPEOPLII" "MAD HATTER" ^ - Los Angele$ Ramj (Color Cartoon) j v*. Chicago Bears" of plasma and four pints o( whole blood as physicians fought to save ~im. • One neighbor told Leonard freeman, Glenn's dad: "Don't worry. If you boy needs 5,000 pints of blood, he'll get them." Restaurant Operators Neerf 55-Cenf Burgers, It They Are to Prosper ATLANTA, Oct. 13. fAP)— What the restaurant business needs In PAGE FIVE CARUTHERSVILLE NEWS - By Joan Douglass Ailitrc.ssfi Church Groupi The Rev. Guy Howard of Bran« Rev. Guy Howard of Bran- In Poilagcvllle, Mo Thu ciay ev- Mo., was the guest speaker cnlng. ' 'he Methodist Church and the »i:es here, this week. I'he Rev. Mr. Howard, famed as Mrs. jcre Klngsbury spent Frl- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Blackman and ... . ,--,•.""• "" "°"' Lco " °' Sikeston, Mo., snent ^/M r ''J 1 ?*: £« *«" «* vWtln, in the home a rl-c " i i~ "'"-s, | 5 noted for his work among the hill people and Is the author of two books, one entitled "Give Me Thy Vineyard." He Is here visiting his son, Albert Howard. The younger Mr, Howard Is connected with the Soil Conservation Commission In Hits section. Has Birthday Party foil Douglas, small son of. Mr. and Mrs J. p. Douglas, Jr., celebrated his fourth birthday with a IMrty for 10 or his friends In the home ol his grandmother,' Mrs. 13 D. Pinion, Sunday. The litile guests spent lhe afternoon Informally, in games the prize was won by Joe Dayton pin- Inn. Don received many gifts. Mrs. Douglas served birthday cake and ice cream. ' Hhihriay Club Meets Mrs. Mike Kelley oilcrlalnrd for lhe members of the Friendly Birthday Club Friday at her home. Eight members attended. The birthday prize was won by Mrs Allen, whose birthday was this month. Refreshments were served by the hoslbss. The November meeting will be at theh home of Mrs. Thomas Culdwell. Presbyterian Circle niccls Circle Three of the women of lhe Presbyterian Chinch met Wednesday with Mrs. Dale Braccy. There were 2B members present. The dc- votionnl was given by Mrs, Thomasson and Mrs. Woods was In charge or the progtim. Tile hostess and her co-hostesses, Mrs. Frank Allen and Mrs. Essie Johnson, served a delicious salad plate. 'Local* Mr. and Mrs. c. A. Robertson of this city and their son and daugh- ler-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Robertson or Lllblirn, left Friday for a week's vacation trip lo Colorado and New Mexico. They will visit another son, Ted Robertson, selling for 20 cents. George L. Wcnscl. a consultant lo restauranleurs, told 250 Georgia operators yesterday that the 20- cenl burger is an example of what will ruin them, sooner or later. Its food cost of nine cents, he warned, is 45 per cent of lhe selling price— five per cent too much for a going profit, "Why not glorify the hamburger?" he said enthusiastically. "Make it good with 15 cents worth of meat, two-cent bun and four cents of relish for a total of 21 cents. . . . "Give it a special narnu and sell It for 55 cents, culling the restaurant's food cost to 40 per cent in the deal." years. Peter Column, Howard King. Edward Cunningham, and Ralph Sides all students at Mississippi State College at Starkvllle, Miss., spent, the week end with their respective parents. The Rev. and Mrs. Floyd Brower spent the weekend-in St. Louis, Mo., attending the annual Methodist Conference. They were accompanied by Miss Tyler, Deaconess of the Pemlscot County Parish. Rev. Brower, Is pastor of the local Methodist church for another year. Miss Shirley Aliisworllt spent the week en d w ith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eioy Alnsworth. Miss Atns- worth Is a student at a business school in Memphis. Term. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Vick and fam- i!f ""I""'. J ' p - O'H'blo.i were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hudnens visited In steclc Sunday Mrs. Raymond Rushing and baby Undo. Ray. lelt Sunday for their home In St.-Louis, after spending two weeks with her uiolhcr, Mrs- Vcia Mitchell. Dr. Ralph 13. pinion, Dr. Joe Pillion, and Dr. Delbert Bishop were m Cape Glrnrdenu, Mo., last Thursday attending a meeting of the Southeast Missouri Dental Association. Robert Earl lludgciis spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Hudgcns. He Is a student at Mississippi state College at Slarkvillc, Miss. Miss Shirley Dean May of Steele, Mo., was a visitor in Caiulhcisville Sunday. Mis. Charles R. Ellcy, formerly Miss Helen McCnim, «'" enve.Tim- rsdny, October 20, for Annchorngc, Alasnk, She will join her husband, LI. Chares Ellcy, who Is stationed at For Richardson Mr. and Mrs. R. c. Powell nlid family were in Portasevillc, Mo. Thursday evening, going to attend Ihe soybean Festival. Mrs. V. W. McCoy left Thursday of last week for St. Louis, Mo,, to visit her sow and d.'iiiBhtcr-lil-lalv. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCoy. She «ns joined nl Cape Cliindcau by another son, Rev. Bob McCoy of Fornfclt, Mo., who attended the Annual Conference of the Missouri Methodist Churches. MLss Nancy Berry is spending the week with her parents. Mr. mid Mrs. j. p. Berry. Miss .Berry Is employed by the Imperial Sugar Co.. hi Galvcston, Texas. Mississippi Parkway May Bt Built As Scenic Toll Highway WASHINGTON, Oct. II; (fl-Th. Senate has approved t proposal b» senator Fulbrlght ID-Ark) to an- proprlate J150.000 for t Mississippi parkway. vv A Senate committee previously had voted to remove the matter rom an appropriation bill but Senator Pulbrlghl yesterday won ip- proval of the matter on a voice vote. The money would be used to study possibilities of constructing fi !,, r ? ai ? alo " ir lhe cours « «' the Mississippi River, Europe has seven midget principalities: Trieste, Andorra, Liechtenstein, San Marino, Monaco, Vatican City and Luxembourg, the largest (099 square miles.) NEW Box Opens Week l>ayj 7:00 p.m. CVlalinee Saturday & Sunday* Mai.-Sun 1 p.m Cent Showliii Manila, Ark. Shows KVKKV Mtillt Wednesday & Thursday "STEAMBOAT 'ROUND THE BEND" , wllh Will Holers Also Shnrla i Four Accident Victims In One family Buried .STUTTGART, Ark., Oct 19 lyp) -Funeral services were conducted here today for a husband, wife and their (wo sons killed In « tra ,[ Ic mishap Sunday. In Louisiana The four are Mr. and Mrs. Cecil amp, each 42; Robert Louis in and Arthur Edwin Camp, nine'. •' NOTICE ~~ Notice Is hereby given that the application ol the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company for a zenertl iicreaic and adjustment of It., rates In nl! Hie niunlelpalKlr.s served by the Company in the- State oi A k- aiusns, and which application Is now pending before the Arkansas Public Service Commission has been set for public hearing before the Arkansas Public Service Commission In Hfl offices In the State Capitol Dullding in Little Rock, Arkansas, beginning on November 7, 1949, >t 10LOO a.m. The hearing on this date will be limited to direct testimony of the applicant company, the Introduction of its exhibits In support thereof, and cross examination will he limited to questions for clarification of exhibits and direct testimony, at ihe conclusion of which the hearing will be adjourned to a later date to be fixed by the Commission. Any person, corporation or association authorized to complain (o the Commission may Intervene heard as an original party at lh« lime and place specified in this police. •''.'. ARKANSAS PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION Ellzbeth D. Hendrr, Secretary S • . ' '. ''•'.' 10[12-lt RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Wednesday A Thursday "THE JUDGE with Ann SotherJl and Alexander Kn» New» and Cartoon • Headquarters for School Jackets! r' Glistening Stadium Satin two-rone Royal and Gold Maroon and White Sizes 8 to 12 - .... 6.95 Sizes 12 to 18 - - - - 7.75 Sizes 36 to 44 - - - - 10.95 Where You Get Better Cleaning—the Hudson Finish—in 8 Houn HUDSON CLEANER •MfitvilU, Aric. TAILOR CLOTHIER $»••!«, M*

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