The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 26, 1955 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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PACK woiff BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1958, Body of Bank Cashier Found by Youngsters CLEAR LAKE Minn. (AP) — The body of bank cashier Kenneth Lindbergh, whoso disappearance touched off an extensive search by federal and state law agencies, was found yesterday in a snowy pasture. , - - DADDY'S LITTLE HELPER—Xotmgest worker in the recent voting in Parma, Ohio., was three-year-old Lorraine George. She was OH* flashing the V-for-Victory sign to voters in an effort to get her daddy, Minor George, a job as councilman-nt-large. And be made it. News of Men In the Service Pvt. Larry B. Reid, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reid, Route 1, Stecle, Mo,, recently was graduated from the Armored Replacement training' Center's Common Specialist Clerical School at Fort Knox. The course included typing, Army clerical procedures and record keeping. Sgt. Felix L. Stone, 25. whose •wife, Macte, lives at 125 Mulberry, McKenzie, Tenn., recently was graduated from the Fifth Army Non-Commissioncd Officer Academy at Fort Riley, Kan. His mother, Mrs. Evie Stone, lives on Route 2, Senath. Pvt. Tommy E. Crawford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Crawford, 22U5 Birch St., Blytheville. has been assigned to Company D, 81st Medium Tank Battalion, at Camp Chaffee, for common basic training in the United States Army. Upon completing eight weeks of training, he will either be assigned to another post or remain at Camp Chaffee for additional training in his military occupational specialty. PFC Charles G. Henry, 23. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Henry, Route 1, Manila, recently was awarded the Good Conduct Medal in Germany while serving wit.h the 101 h Infantry Division. Henry, ;i caminuet?i 1 in Battery B of Hie 3IKI Field Artillery Battalion, received the decoration for his exemplary behavior, efficiency and fidelity. A major amphibious eseveise involving 25,000 Marines. 20,000 Navy personnel, 300 aircraft and 1125 ships, was completed November 18 on the California coast. Three boys came upon the body, pit n ill\ covered with snow, as they hunted rabbits. Lindbergh hiy frozen to the ground, the snov; stained with blond that had flowed from a bullet wound in his head. Must Check The identification wa.s unofficial, pending' an FBI comparison of tm ip uis and the view ing of lhe body bv one of Lindbergh's relatives. However, all the officers \ ho \Kued the body were certain it was that of the bank cashier. It's Lindbergh ail right, 1 ' said .h-dfi Chester Goenner. Lindbergh vanished late Nov. 12 after conferring in his Thief River r 11 Minn., bank office with i n who had phoned him from Minneapolis, .saying he wanted to deposit $25.000- S15.000 Taken The. cashier's abandoned .car wa^s found last week in Minneapolis and the trunk contained some 51,500 of the $1,750 in silver missed from the bank after Lindbergh's disappearance. Also taken from the bank were SI'S,000 in travelers checks, some of which turned up in Detroit and Chicago. Sheriff Goenner said no wallet was found in the clothing of the slain man, but that a hat nearby bore the siamp of a Thief River Falls store. A key case with curds carrying Lindbergh's name, a letter addressed to the banker and a receipt made out to him were found. Scared The body was found on the Lawrence Firieck farm by three Fi- rieck boys—Merle, 17, Kenneth, 10. and Gary. 7. "At first it just looked like an overcoat on the ground," said Merle. "Then I saw two feet sticking: out. I was a little scared." The boys ran home and their mother phoned Goenner. At Thief River Falls, a newsman reported the community of about 7.000 wus "shocked and even bitter." Residen' . described Lindbergh as a highly respected person. Among those who took part with the 1st Marine Division, Camp Peu- clleton. Calif., was Pfc. Mark H. Roberts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Roberts of Route 1. Luxora. YOU ARE THERE—Photographer Hugh Stovall of the Atlanta, Ga., Journal takes you right on the scene as an automobile accident unfolds. Top photo catches the cars a split instant after the initial contact, with car at right being pushed forward. Bottom photo shows car at left piling into the other for the final impact. Driver o£ car at lelt was charged with failure to yield uight-ol-way. One person was slightly injured. "TAKE THAT THING AWAY FROM ME"—Little Mike Sanford, too close to the trunk of this elephant in Atlanta, Go. The_ friend good-will visit to an. Atlanta orphanage, where young Mike lives. loft, doesn't want to get Iy circus pachyderm was on a Negro Deoths Three army men are participating in 'the largest joint Army-Air Force Maneuver since World War II, Operation Sagebrush, in Louisiana. They are PFC Howell Banks, son of Frank B. Banks, Kennelt, and I Master Sgt. Roy Crouch and Pvt, Jinmiie E. Tillcy, both of Ely the-' ville. j Banks is an equipment operator! \vith the 584th Engineer LiRht! Equipment Co., regularly stationed! at Ft. Leonard Wood. Mo. j Crouch, .son of Mrs. Evia G. \ Crouch is a .memebr of Co. A, 8Ist Recomiiiissimce BalUilion. THloy is a member of Battery B, 91st Bit-Id Artillery Battalion. He is the son of Mr, and Mrs. M, \V. • Tilley, route 1. Cupl. E. J. Blackford Is scheduled to return to the United Stales! Dec.. 10. He has been on duty as an j army chaplain in Ptisan and Seoul, ! Korea, for 18 months. \ tic will be reunited with his fain-' ily in Blytlieviile before going' to ; his now assignment at Ft. Leonard! Wood. Mo. ' Charlie Smith Services for Charlie Smith. 50, Who died of stabbing wounds Wednesday, will be conducted at II a.m. tomorrow' at Home Funeral Home Cluipcl by Rev. C. M. Shockley. Burial will be in Burton j Spur Cemetery. j Survivors include His wife, Mary • Smith of Blytheville: three broth- ! crs, Cleveland Walker and Willie Walker of Dallas, and Hundley Walker of Marshall, Texas. noli Psammeiichus. He ordered lhe •p.t by an eagle, and made her his .icen when he found her. , Brazil Under * State of Siege Army-Backed Government Gets More Support RIO DK JANEIRO — Brazil was under a slate of siege—modi fieci martial law—today, strength ening- the position of the army backed provisional government. A decree dcclarjny; the state of siege, approved by Congress and signed by provisional President Nereu Ramos, became effective upon publication in the government's official bulletin last night. Ramos was expected to name an executor today for operation of the decree. 30-Day Guarantee The ne\ status suspends for 30 days constitutional guarantees us they affect the acts of the president, the cabinet, the executor, and Congress. Its main purpose is to prevent the Supreme Court from reinstating Joao Cafe Filho president. Cafe took a leave of- absence Nov. 8 after a slight heart attack When he sought to resume powei he was opposed by a majority in Visiting Rector At St. Stephen's A service or Holy Communion will be lieltl tomorrow afternoon, 5 o'clock. «t St. Stephen's Episcopal church, with the Rev. W. P. Hayes, rector 01 St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Jonesboro. ns celebrant. This service, marking the first Sunday in the Advent season and Hie beginning of the Episcopal Church year, will replace lhe >' e S- ulnr 11 o'clock morning prayer service tomorrow morning. Guadaliipe, rising to a height of 8751 feet, is the highest mountain in Texas. Congress and powerful army leaders headed by War Minister Gen. Henrique Teixoirn Lot,. They suspected him of being connected with an alleged plot to prevent the inauguration Jan. 31 of President- elect Juscelmo Kubitschek, political heir to the late President Getulio Vargas. The opposition has aimed more of its criticism at the vice president-elect. Joao Goulart, than nt Kubilschek. The opposition, led by r National Democratic Union, has accused Goulart of courting the Commuists in his election campaign. He has denied the accusation. G. 0. POETZ OIL CO, FUEL OIL Sell That Stuff" Phone 2-2089 Visit Conny's Conoco Service, Ash & Division REAL ESTATE - GROOM'S "SHOWER" Friends of the prospective Madi < a people of Central Africa) bridegroom give him many presents to help him defray the expenses of buying his bride from her father. Willie Givan Service? for Willie Givan. 65. who Tuesday at. a huspital in Littl 1 ; Ruck, will bo conducted tomorrow at noon at, New Bethel Baptist Church by Rev. J. H. Conway. Burial will be in Ml. Zion Cemetery. He leaves hJ.i wife. Nora Givan: one brother. Ed Givan, Joiner. Ca.stun Funeral Home is in charge. WE'VE GOT IT! Over 33,000 different items in stock! H U B BAR D HARDWARE FARM LOANS Six Star Feature 1. N* brekfrage fees U pay \ N« stock to purchase 3. An opportunity to establish erf (lit with a lar?e insurance Co. that is and hx» been for many years a permanent lender in this terri- SOI-.T A. L»n; tiwc tow lnt«re*« rate 6. We pa; the appraisal and attorney fees (. Quick sccTicc. fast clostnc. We close loans before nost companies make their Inspections. For Information, See, Call or Write LOGAN FINANCE CORP. Lynch Building Blrtheville, Ark. Phone 2-2t34 Exclusive Agent for American United Life Insurance C»- TAX MIND-J. 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Get the classified shopping habit, now. . . . w« will help you write"the Ad! Ads placed before 5 p.m. will appear ntxt day, except for Monday's paper when adt mutt be placed by noon Saturday. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS

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