YOUNG m 1 NIGHT Scenes In Nicaragua's'Devastated Capital (Continued from Pace 11 , Tuesday.-Although the »iit hss 11-: '. yet been definitely set for lrir.1. n , Is generally fcsl'.rvcd that the Iri.-; . will bczln that (i«.y. j Thurp'Jny has b2?n ret 3-!?e f'-r | the trii-,1 of Tern Hill, ct r.-e.ir M*-,- ' nils, on a chaw <.•'. m;iri|r-r. H.';i , i\as indicted by the ^'ruiul y.i:, 1 1: .• fall. 7h? cn'2 \ra o: initially rr'.Y-:!- ; ulcd for trbl this v.cck 'ton! ,-..-.• ; postpcncd LUtil i:ex[ 'thm-£clay !;:•cause of the serious. ill:!?.---, c: t-: i y,ifc of defen.'-L' couivcl, Zr.l 1!.!!?,;risen. Among the sixty-six ir.ciii-::i:cii'. ; rctuntcd by thr- yn\.\ jury •,-.!; 1 - ' were made .public jvsf.riliiy v;er:: Herman Epic;: 1 , tsirf.hiry. iivo i >.- . dlctmsnls; Daylr: YV;:in.x miirrir-; i Norman Hairingicn. b'jit:!-:T; R; ; '. ert Jones. bur;;laiy; W.irren F!o.- chcr, gr,md larceny; n.-nle M-!-; led?, grand hicetiy; Gilbpri HoMi- ; ears, Brand larceny. i Lutheran (liiuireh . Plans National Easier TOgram In addition to spc-olnl services In nil churches Easter-Sunday will b' ' celebrated by the Lutheran church, 1 Tnh NEA Missouri synod, with a special m j llon-wldc Easter program over t\\? coist-lo-coasl network cf the Columbia broadcasting system. The program, which Is sponsored by the Lutheran Laymen's League, will begin at 7:15 p. m. centra! standard time, and will feature lh-> Rev. Walter A. -Miller. I'll. D., snuik- | er of the Lutheran Hour and pro- ' lessor of Old TesUmrnl E»c--e*[- flt Ccncorcllu. seminary. His topic will be "He Lives." In view cf th!> special broadcast tlie Lut:-er,iv Hour will not fio on the uir April 0, but regular brou-.tosils of tii.-> Lutheran Hour will bs raumntl on April 1C and subse.itisnt Tiiurs:l»vs. "The Lutheran Hour has such a success that the Lutheran . Laymen's League is contlnuiiv,' l!i? ] broadcast throughout the surnnvr" the Rev. II. J. Klelndleiist, paslnr j of. the Pilgrim Lutheran church,' stated today. "This decision on fie part ct the -Lutheran Laymen'f League, under whose auspices Lutheran" Hcur is conducted. w,\r determined by the need of conservative. Bitllcai Christianity for representation on the ulr iurin; the vacation period as well : Ing tin winter." Service picture shewn hmv the e.irMKiiinke and the tire which followed It wrecked Nie.imsua, with the loss of probably 20CO llvr-i. The Ecene rescmhlcs u city under heavy shell speed was displayed ill KellhiE Hits picture lo the Cornier News. To obtain it. mi NEA photographer Mnnasun.- His ncsstiv.s v.vrc pliiml or. :i iVn-Amcrlcaa Airways plane for Havana.' lo AD.iuta, when: tlie picture was placed on the lelephoto wires. The picture was In news at the (iiiakc \>a:; rcrelved. Manaeua lire in the World War. Remarkable was sent by plane from Panama to From there, a special night (light was made the United Slates within 54 hours after the first So This Is Baby Golf! '"' ~' A 20-yard drive straight da\vn t 1 .-. 1 fairway is no trick at all Icr onc- and-a-rnlf-ycar-old Bobble Liu': Heis you see the pint-sized golfer at the end of his MI ins r.:i tl:c- Bayshore Golf Club ca;ir.-? .v <tl--\^ Miami Beach, Fla. Canada's "First Lady" May W<>.1| Runs tor High D. A. R, Office At Murder Trial of Virginia Mountaineer . T *' r - r ^. <vifh. •. f i iiTTmr' • i .. Picturesque figures In a murder drama of the Virginia mountains arc shown here" as they traipsed il-wn from their hill country homes to the town of Luroy when Dave Sours faro went lo trial charged -.vitu killing Ed Buraker, a fellow mountaineer, in a drunfeen brawl. Charles Sours, white-bearded patriarchal father of the accused man, is shown upper center, and upper right is tlio defendant's wire with their two children, Beulah Maria and Earl.. Resting by the roadside as they traveled on foot to the scene of the trial, Buraker's widow and their children, Lawrence (left), Beulah (center) and a stepson, Don (right) are seen in the photo lower right. The latter boy who discovered- the body of Buraker hidden beneath a pile of leaves, up the mountain some distance from Sours 1 home, WES to be the star - witness for the prosecution. Governs Co-Eds A candidate for the office of vlca president general, Mrs. Waller C. j Johnson, above, ol .Chattanooga, | Tcim., i? expected to feature proml- [ aentb in the elections of the j Daughters of tlie American Itevolu- '. tioti al their Fortieth Continental \ igrc-ss in Washington the week ot Aiiril 2u. Indorsed by the Tennessee D. A n., Mrn. Johnson teas lieit) mnnv important chapter anil Best Hair Waver Mrs. Carre? G. Mearpsj above, prn- prletnr of a r.nstnnia. N. C.. beauty shop, wavdd her w-av fo clory rn- «ntly *-hcu she «-™ the Inlerna. f^'L 1 ^" 1 !" 15 " ™^ Wi " Nona) Grand Prize m P.rmnneBf I ?™ 1 "?' >^' ™! eTCr ' Michigan Convicts Arc Heavy Readers JACKSON, Mich., (UP)— Books of adventure and outdoor Ijfe ar= the favorite reading ot Jackson slate prison convicts, according to Byron Ballard, prison librarian. Prisoners, Ballard said, are rcid- iii!! five times as many books as are free citizens. - T1-.5 total book 1 ; drawn in the prison is as great as that cf a city of 50.000 population, he revealed. ;.. Next to outdoor books (lie pri5- oners like books written by convict authors—n:en who have become authors while serving ti;nn in institutions. BOARD LIFTS MARIUAGR BAN Waving al a \'ew York contest. She ! triumphed rwcr 4H rnnrestJnt.i. PRESCOTT. Arix... (UP)—In th2 past married women have been barred from Prescott schools as leacliers but those already holding jobs v;ere permitted to retain their positions. Things will be.dif- . .as the ! board has decided that no married women whatsoever shall be employed as teachers. Shaker Colony to Move After 100 Years ALFRED, scon is to United taken charge of devastated Managua. Here is another view of a wrofkasc-slrewn street with a Marine patrol in the background. Her Marriape Lasted 33 Days _Qnecn of Pe| Me., (UP)—Tills town ose its Shaker colony, which dates bar); to 1793. Tl;e 35 residents have decided to move en masrc to Sj.bbath Day- Lake and join the Shaker settlement there. Alfred Shaker village, founded by Johr. Cotton, once was a thriving . i community with a population of i mor.^ than SCO. but in recent years j its re.-idents have dwindled. The forthcoming engagement of Miss Mildred Bennett .above, sister of Premier R. B. Bcnnstt c! . Canada, to W. D. Kerridge, !:. c newly appointed Canadian Minister to the Un!te<l States, has b?»:i reported .in Ottawa. As ths Pro- -mier's official hostess'. Miss Eenncl 1 1* »ho "Fint Laity" of the dominion. Charming Margaret Boutwell, above, Is new president of the Woman's Student Government Association at University nf'Ala- bania. SrK ia a junior and conies from EverKrecu, Ala. ???:-,, ,;;«*•• ' r •?-.<?! W?£W' > V •' ^ •-. $.V*-Mik -'\: ^ ! Sa«Js%,i.-Vi.-v Winds Sweep Sands from Ancient Village TRAVERSE CITY, Mich., (UP) — Winds sweeping; the sand dunes of Leelenau County have uncovered the site of an ancient village believed to have been the home of Mound-builders, those mysterious people who lived In America before Irvj advent of the Indians. Tlie sands, which covered the site for centuries were drifted away by strong winds from Lake Michigan this year, and Walter E. Hastings, state conservation department photographer stumbled upon stone relics. Hastings explored the surrounding 20 acre area, and dscovered numerous weapons and imple- St.llos 25 Jlilos for Fame | SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, (UP) j menu, remains of camp-fires and j- r..-.iAly bidding for fame the ruins of what may have been! and. pnhajis fortune. Albert Hat- loc barricades j field. 12. proved the efficiency and speed of skates over louj distances i by travejinj from Bingham, Utah, to Salt Late three horrs. City— 25 miles— In Hastings, an archeologlst. believes the sand will continrc to shift revealing more of the area. Head Courier News want ads. FEED Kentucky and Alabama Ked Ash Coals. Delivered Anvwhcrc. Hay, Kar Corn, Oats, Mixed Feed. Special 1'rices on Car Lots. C, L. Bennett & Co. Phone 61 The rofiu-.:i« cf BcUy Compto-.i. a'.ovs. Broadway sta^e s;ar. and Kd-| ward D. Bowling, film Qia-.^e dlr.-clcr, came to a quick end In (he! divorce court at Cutrn-.vacr,. :.'c.;lro. Xfarf.cd only 33 da« i].,. ; comely dancer oblilncd a drcrcc on grounds of violence and failure to provide mrlnterancc. They New Yor): I-'cb. 16. crueltv, Krso » m marriod in Folks, meet t!-.r ' Q'.ie.-.i •.vhose name, ri.'htly n Happy Wlutlcy ft Wirli Tex. She wss decl.i.'c.- 1 prppy co-ed nil the U:u' Iowa campus nt Io«-a Citv <!- tho. annual Jambi'rec yp.i; by Pi Epsl.on PI. nat:n;:r.l ;•,•;• Chicago Mill A^ Lumber Corporation Eight distinctive shapes to choose from—any one of which can be finished in Ihe beautiful, lustrous colors of — by a new "one-dip", one-minute method. Decorating tolenl not required. No brushing—yet effects are more beautiful than a billed designer could achisve. Let us show you how. Purchase at little aj o quarter pint can of WotsrSpar and get your vote ob- tolutely freo. limited time offer only. April 6fh and 7th Hubbard Hardware Co. Blythe ille, Ark.
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