WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 11M7 liLYTIIKVIUJS (AHK.) COURIKH NEWS Missco Births Are Recorded Vital Statistics Bureau Director Submits Report More than 100 bliihs of babies in Mississippi County during ilie past inonlli have been reported by township registrars to tlie Bureau of Vital statistics of the Slute Health'Department in Little Hock, i it was disclosed today by Harry Ix?e ] Williams, bureau director. j The list includes: i J- C. ami Lucille Hrndburn, Ai 1 mo.-el, girl, Virginia; Mclbiirn anil' Pearl Flowers, Ulythcville. Ijny i Richard; John and Jane McDowell.! Blylhcvillc, boy. James; j;imes anil Beimie Hundley, Blytheviilo. ulrl, I D °ris; R. A. and Mary Priuilnml. i Blylhcvillc, boy, Kiclmrd; Clar- PIIQC and Nina Stcadmnn, -Su-i-lc. Mo., boy, jimmy; Lullier and Sara Money, lilythcvillc. boy. Everett; i Charles and Uffie Armstrong, Dell,' boy, Charles; Hennaii and Joan Lawler, Cooler, Mo., boy. Perry; Malcolm and Mamie Griffin, Del!, boy. Ordie; Billy and Trixie Law- i son. Blythcvillc. tripletts. sh-ls, Su- 1 san. Sharon and sandni; Robe'-t, i and Edna Coleman, mytheville. boy Jimmy; Ben and Willie Million Manila, boy, Kenneth; William iip.rj Juanita May, slcele. Mo., boy. Hill; Grover and Christine Robertson Steelc. Mo., girl, Pliillis. Robert and Margaret Blayloc!:. Blylhcvillc, (.11-1, Marilyn; Eugen* and Nattie carter,. Blythcvillc. K | r . Brentia; Avon and Bertha Anderson. Bytheville. girl. Betty; Asa and Eva yjorris. Manila, boy. Billy; Baker and Lcaii Turner, Osccoi:i. boy, Max; Dennis and Unilow Flowers, Ynrbio, «irl, Mary; Clarence and Verda Moore, Dell, KH! Vicky; Grady and Celin Anderson Sleelc. Mo., Kir!, Piiillis; Wilson and Vivian Bcncficld, Blyihcvilli!, boy, Wilson; Raymond and Inc-z Dyer. Blythcvillc. girl. Marilyn; i Shelby and Wiona Copj;iiis, Blytilc- ville, boy. unnamed; John" and I Susie BarkoizkiemieK, Luxorn. girl, unnamed; G. O. and Aricle Poet?. 1 Blythevilie. boy, Goromvy Owen; Travis and Krlinc Marshall. Bly- thevilc, girl. Edna; w. H. and Mary Marvel, BlylhcviMc, boy. Billy; W. C. and Ruth Darby, Blylhe- villc. boy, Whorley; Jiunc.-iand Ruby Honeyciitt, Blylhcvillc. girl, I Kathryn; Ravmond and Mildred | Turner, Blythcville, buy. Gary; Emmil and Mary EMU, 'Luxora. girl, Mary. Quinton and •neriilcc Sprayberry. Blytlieville. boy. unnamed; Guy ami Ha/el Collier. Blvtheville. 'joy, Guy Wilburn and Ailie Jones, Knvrv, sir)' Betty; J. A and Maudie Oelson I Blytlieville, boy. Calvin; Connie and Huth Smothers. Manila, boy. Phillip; Raymon ami Ruth Oliver,! Blythcvillc, boy. unnamed; Robert- am! Ester DePriest, steclc. Mo., 1 girl. Rachel; Richard and Mary j Ethregc. Osccola, boy. Richard; Ho- j bert and Nona Dunn, Manila, girl, ! Sylvia; Willie and Evelyn stalling^, j Osccola, girl. Barbara; Louis and' Ruby Stevens, Osccola. boy, Larry; f George and Patie Yearger, Gsceola, girl, I'.lary Louise; Earl am! Jessie Gillespie. Osceola, girl. Carolyn; j Staley and • Georgia Fletcher. Osceola, girl, Sherry; Wendell and Margaret. Harris. Wilson, boy. Kenneth; Bison and Lela Brasher, Kei- j SOT, girl, Carolyn; Chester and Ar-! thie Kennedy, Lepanto, boy, n. H.; '• Curtis and Lonnie Wiiccicr, Ma- '•- nila. girl, Sandra: Arthur and Ma'.;-; gic Fincli, Manila, girl. Mary. • I William and Roxie Clark, Osceo-! la, girl, Mollic; Murphy and Mil-] bron Bridges. Keiser, boy. Jerry;! Franklin and Agnes May. Manila, I twin girls, Arlinc and Nadine; Wil- I U. S. Ghess Tournament High Wire Bicycle Rider Falls at His Wife's Feet PAGE NINE ... Stule Pair. Hcllim waved (o the crowd «nd Ills wife stutcd tin- mechanism tlmt would lower i,| m lo ( | lc (.round. Suddenly n,,, spectators irao to I heir feel, s.-ieaininu, us Helllm lost, Ills jirip anil fell, his botly flushing In the IloodliKhls. A second Inter Ills l.Token body luy beneath tlvj twin towers lioldinn his lii>!li wire. Mrs. Hell Etlll nllv wards. Pair officials said Hint H Jam ttie lowering mechanism, o])crate(l «> liellim's wile iippmciuly loosened Helllm'.s Hi-ip j m i ,, s i le stai-ic,! i,ts ttr.si.Tiil. lie seemed lo grub for hit. bicycle us lie'stalled ( U plunge toward (lie Kiouiul. lim rush to him. He was but died .shortly tillcr- In ed b Aiiioiig- Uic youngsters who h.ivi: l)C(!ii .slu:ilins>' tlic chess \VorM .spotlight from (lu: vel- or:ms an: Liivry Kvans, 15-yi-old Now York Cily wizard, li-t'l; J;tyiit'.(iibson, lllyi-old Robslown, 'I't'xas, f;irl wlio «is Uie youngest [ilayer ever In compels, and Psillin (.'oils;/. Jr., Corpus Chris.ti, Texas. All three; of tho .voiiiitf.sti'i'K won a lai'Ke nmulicr of from vftenm.s, (NKA Telcphoto). \\f.\\\ and Lola Cook. Manila, boy.! Rilcy; Thin-man and Bessie Jones.- Csccola. girl, Reta; Johnie and Margaret John-son. Manila, girl, Jonnie; llobcrt and Juanita Petty. Manila, boy, Hobert; Howcll and Carolyn Nicholson. Driver, boy. William; Raymond and Eunice Caery, f .Manila, boy, Floyd; Ralph and Scl- | ma Bennett, Manila, girl, lirenda; Johnnie and Vehna Flagc. Manili. girl. Sandra; Lawrence ana NelHL- Moycr, .vrtmila. boy. rani; Glen and I Nellie Lute, Manila, boy, Larry; ! William and Elnora Daniel. Man'!,!, boy, William; C. H. and Vida'llow- ard. West Ridge, girl. u.::za'jcth; i R. M. and Ertrall Cromwell, Wilson, \ boy. Robert; Robert and Dorothea ' HeiKlcrson, Manila, bov, James; ! L. E and Mildred Ueckeit, (?ara\vi<y, [ girl. Barbara; C. W. and Gladys Pratt. West Ridge, boy. Donald; Johnnir: and Ruby Marian;, Osceola Kirl, unnameJ. [ Woodrow and Anna Ehrable. ; Lcachvillc. girl. Anna; Hasicll and Peggy Enslcs, Manila, girl, Barbara; I Bennie and Viri;;3 r :aie, i.uxura.' girl, Martha; c'.arsncc and Opal Johnson. Osccola. boy, Rob?rt; Dennis alHI Delia Garner, West RifU:e, ; girl, Cynthia; J. w. and GcneVa ; Worlham, Manila, girl, Susan; Wil-: liam and Charlice Lewis, Lcachvillr, girl, Glcnda; Harry and Sadie Khi- caid. Lcachville. girl. Barbara; Loyd and Emma Roberts. West. RWse. girl, unnamed; Francis and Irene Phillips, Osceoht, girl, Yvonne: Melvin and Sammy Pnckett, Monette, girl, Melba; Thomas and Kirby Martin, Manila, boy, Donald; Arthur and Annie Turnboiv. Elo- , wait, girl, Dorothy; Thomas and Talllicnia Walley. Osccola, girl, Bonnie; Armond and Manic Gentry, .Vjaiila, girl. Linda; T. J. and Florence Braslicld, Lepanto, boy. Bill. Buel and Vida Bryant. Manila, girl. Ruby; James and Helen Prc- wett, Manila, girl, Mary; Sanl and I.orene Jone:i. Manila, boy, Charles; Jim and Grace Webster. Manila, boy. Charles; Huston and Rosey Mcharg. Csceola, girl, Shirley; Dorsic and Cordie I'ierce, Manila, girl. Patricia; Silver and Myrtle Brown. Manila, boy. Loyd; William and Mainline Vcrmillion, Manila, boy, William; Charley and Luccal Childres. Elowah, twins, boy and Electrified Fence Leads Chief Loses Pistols To Manslaughter Charge i 1 When Lad is Electrocuted } "'**"• 1 " B " AllB ' '«' ' Ul>> - 1 ' lice Inspector H. S. Hedinan peered I Bradley in Berlin I3KI1LIN', AIIJ.. 27, (Ul'l —Clcn- Oiniu- N. liniiiioy iii-iivetl by wtr from HiiMiH'u yestrnliiy for » five- day vlsli to llcrlln which he called purl of bis "reorlcntiitlon trip." linidtey avc>l<|e ( | H dlrcel reply to reporters (niesllons ulHiiit reports he inny sucfced Gen. l)wl|>lu Kisen- liowcre us chief of stuff, prices on Foul passenger cars and trucks bad brcil biin:iU'(] J20 lo $!IV. an iu'ei-at;e Increase of 4.'2 per cent' , N. C. Aug. 27. UJI") — A farmer whose electric! fence caused the death of a seven- year-old boy was ordered held for Superior Court action lodav on a manslaughter charge. " 1 S. W. Lee was placed under $I.(MO | bond after a preliminary hearing i in Recorder's Court. He was arrest- i ed after Charles Braswell had been electrocuted on the charged fence. into his fillnx ni . se at hciulc|uartcrs this morning and shouted, "Call tlie police." A bra/en thief, he reported, had rifled the case during the nlghl and made away wilh three service pistols, valued at $:tlO. fight Persons Rescued From Disabled Vessel JACKSCNV1L-L-E. Ma.. An;;. 27. (DPI—Elgin persons were rescued nt sea and brought here yesterday by the tanker "Gulf Const" atier being adrift, in their disabled fishing boat .since Sunday. The duiker sighted the 26-foot motor craft and took it miller low 55 miles Northeast of tlie St. Johns ; River mouth at 8 o'clock this morning :is U. S. Coast Guard. Nnvy and private planes began searching hundreds of miles of the Atlantic for a second day. girl, Lonnie Ray and Bonnie Fay; Herman and Neva Bates. 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