The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 9, 1938 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 9, 1938
Page 6
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FACE SIX Christian Scientists Accused In Girl's Death _BLVTHEVILLE, (ARK,) COURIER NEWS Lo ve B ri r] ges T11 eir Years f'f •: - -••/'.''.'.; b <:>: ^Mii TTaf Hot r Ua ' lla WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1938 Tlioi33 Windsors Laugh! Charging that his diabetic I0-ycn:--cj.l daughter died been use she failed to receive. Insulin treatments,' Edjvard w. Whitney, former Ect.'oit Insurnnce adjuster, obtained manslaughter warranl.s In Chicaso 1 ngdinst the- child's aunt and two Clnisllaii Science practitioners. The worm ills named Mrs. Mnry Lou 1 Glen, (he aunt, and William F. Rubcrt and a Mrs.Loncrgrm. practitioners. Whitney told Judge Oscar! S. Caplnn that .his rinughler, Audrey Kay Whitney, aL-ove ul teft. died' Dec. 15 while In Chicago vlsltl'ia Flan " llif Yollt " ]ail nncl cnl »' "W "«« won in the heart of Conned Mrs. Glen. The picture on the rMit -hows the r.tri'ken .survivors, Whitney, his wife, i^| s . llll{1 Ul ,, ir llcut fa ™"i«'«' Jolm .!. Lorencik, 22, who proposed to his neighbor, a-ycar-cui son. ' Mlss Henrietta Piepcr, 70-yenr-old nurse, because he felt there was An Alpine Design for Freezing "no future" in marrying young girls. A younger wife would me out wlU i 3 ,„ t)le ITlonling tmninr , . u . oiim] mu) (1| . |lkin ,,.. I plnintd Lorencik who must rise Sw tar nnv many r ., ' ' CC - ShCatllC(i ' this sWkl »B a ™™' « ««o S Hanking the -shores of Ukc Geneva, «f: ] T SlImC " V >0 " 1D COWeSl vtalfr lllc E """»»» «"'«*«""• "» ^l'«lencec, iu 'a,., ice-laden winds, bearing down fron, (he M.rro.mdin, Alps-, turned the trees into a "pel- rifled forest" .ivrrni Transporting You Into Future Ol « Transportation Building of the dustria, Nw York World's Fair 1939 *, the nisht .ike.a Rowing oloctHc « . forlable sleeping quarters. At center lea 7, "roT.'^^ , 1 "° lor , bus «' «"«««• tight, will bo.^t com cettlng n huge-wouthed fish, a futuristic ' taxic.ib rc7 "" a " d pr °J ectl »8 hcadllghls sug tralTic Not a monster perkcope-cquipped °" S ltlr<!C - Whecls to swlm smool l'ly tlirough n't 4 In the morning to milk cm. The Cuke and Duchess ol Windsor, who have been r ;ivc way tfj laughter »nd informality i:i the prin royal conjile imd just returned to I'aris from n vi at fl ,nncs. mcst seriate in their of their tar a'.: they je: -it at the home of Mr. recent public appearances, it with friends outside. The mid Mrs. Hermann .Rojjer; Earth Rumbles . . . and House Tumbles Life After Death This little eight-pound i;iri was Ijorn ten minutes after the death of her mother, wife of a Pennsylvania miner. She was delivered (hicngh a Caesarian operation, nml after her imiiMml • birth s!ie was placed in an incii- fcalor. Now the has an excellent rhsv.ico- to live. She is perfectly l, her doctors sny, and she |i 1 hows it by smiling at her mi™.' the Unlontown. Pa.. hos|iitft\ where her life was saved. In the remarkable photograph above, the camera caught the full tragedy .of a disaster that left 200 s of the village of Courcelles homeless, when a tubtmanean landslide caused buildings''to collapse without warning. Terrified passersby nre shown fleeing from the sudden crashing avnlaneho- of bvicks and root tile*. 8 Ycars-Parl-llousc Too ml pirents of four children. M,-. nnrf Mrs A | berl > ir Knoxville. Tenn., nnally decided that they just. m Hie Bailie house any longer. So they sawed tlieir " '" W asWng lon and Ue's , hc .ontherne, ,ost, 33- 3 , A Pastor Target of Nazi Wrath ) P-nce Afler seven months' imprisonment, the Rev. Martin Nicmoel- ler, obove, Hnally has been brought to trial before a secret Nazi court on five charges of illegally opposing government efforts to make the Evangelical church conform to totalitarian ideals. The army's support of. Hie Rev. Niemoeller, a World War hero, was believed an important factor In Chancellor Hitler's recent seizure ol cower th« *

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