The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 7, 1955 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER T, 1958 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN Michigan Police Quiz Man About Chicago Triple Slaying PONT1AC, Mich. (*—Authorities yetttrday questioned a 28-year-old Michigan man arrested on a traffic violation charge In connection with the October (laying of three Chicago boys. Police Chief James Parker of oearby Holly, who arrested him, and two state police detectives said there was no evidence to link Owen Robert Moser of Fenton, Mich., with the slaying. Moser is held in Oakland County Jail on a charge of possessing an unregistered firearm. Parker said he found the gun in Moser's car when he arrested him on the traffic charge Saturday. Parker said Chicago police were "mistaken" in reporting he had told them Moser had signed a statement admitting the triple slaying and added, "I don't know where they got that idea." "Moser has admitted he was in the Chicago area about the time the boys disappeared, and he Has admitted picking up two or maybe three boys and taking them for a ride," Parker said. "We think he mny know more than he's telling, but that's all he has told us." The three boys — Robert Peterson, 14, John Schuessler, Jr., 13, and his brother Anton, 11 — disappeared Oct. 16. Their bodies were found in a forest preserve ditch Parker said Moser admitted living in a'rooming house In Home, wood III., 25 miles south of Chicago, and working in a collee shop there from January to mid-October, when he left for Penton, Mich- State Police Detectives Charles Leif and Melvin Kaufman said he specifically denied any connection with the triple slaying. Pie crust is flakier if the top is brushed lightly with cold water just before the pie goes in the oven. Importer Admits Slaying Wife CHICAGO W) — A wealthy Austrian Importer admitted Monday, police said, fatally beating his wife in their fashionable Lake Shore Drive apartment during a quarrel over money. Marcus Kammermann, 66, was held without charge after the admission in German to Detective Prank Bychowski. Kammermann's wife Malwlna, 55, died In American Hospital alter police broke down the door to their apartment and found her crumpted on the floor with Kammermann standing over her. Police had been summoned by neighbors. Bychowski quoted Krammermann as saying he beat his wife for two hours with ash trays, lamps, a seltzer bottle and almost every loose household object he could lay his hands on. He told Bychowski his wife had "cleaned out" their bank account of $60,000 to $70,000 and told him she wanted a divorce. Grandma Proves Hunting Ability SALISBURY, Md. (If)—Mrs. Howard Calhoun, a 06-year-old grandmother from nearby belmar told her son and son-in-law Monday night she might go deer hunting again "so I can shoot one for each of you and register them in your names." Grandma Calhoun nailed an 8- point, 110 pound specimen at 50 yards yesterday. Her son, Claude E. Calhoun, ol Delmar, and her MO - In • lav, Charles E. Rounds, of StlUbury, Milt have their first deer to get tali m- son. Mi's. Calhoun hat been huntlnc for about 12 years. She took It up, she said, on the recommendation of a doctor who prescribed hunting at a wa yol relaxing nervoui tensions. This was her fir»t deer. Most of the Inhabitants of the 18 Indian pueblos In New Mexico speak some English and Spanish, in addition to their own tribal tongue. a ik by Christinas and get... MacGREGOR FOOTBALL only 1 book of Top Value Stamps !S||>^ • **- "*: £ " Jf!% «~ ,-- ^rilkf ,: \ : J»-- ' '**£^ For night or day play! Rugged, with triple-thick layers. Same size and weight as footballs used by pros and college teams. Famous MacGregor quality and will last for several seasons. Inflated with pump. Save Top Value Stamps for Christmas gifts...for free, famous-brand gifts the year 'round. Hundreds of items to choose from in the Top Value Gift Catalog — something for everyone. Look for "Toppie" the elephant when you shop. Every merchant displaying "Toppie" has the finest of merchandise at low prices... cmcf Top Value Stamps—one stamp with every dime you spend. Remember—your dollar's worth more when you shop the store that gives Top Value Stamps. Get Top Value Stamps at Redeem Top Value Stamps at 150 Monroe, Memphis, Tenn. 718 So. Main St., Jonesboro, Ark. 101 Highland, Jackson, Tenn. 515 E. Third St., Clarksdale, Miss. and many other merchants 231 So. Congress, Jackson, Miss. 704 N. Gloster St., Tupelo, Miss.

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