The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 8, 1947 · Page 3
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1 PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Readers' Views rrial for'Satira' "•"'"*' . "•'-'•..' ..'• Gets Under Way •" Dancer Faces Charge ,Of Shooting Lover Aboard His Yacht V By FRANCIS L. MCCARTHY (United Pr«4 SUfl C'orrecpondrnt) : HAVANA, Cuba, Oct. 8. (XlP)— Patricia (Sattra) Schmidt, wliose itrengthsfor the ordeal ahead has I t*en partly.restored by tried chicle-! eh, finally comes to trial today on I a-^charge of murdering John Les-1 « ,°' ""^ " 5I51 " IIC<! lu ter Me", her married and brooding f" 1 tr " io c * 11 u P° n 1 £..*'.. III] I P. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER t, 1MT ' Editor COURIER NEW* On betitlf of th« Blythcvllle Ministerial Association, 1 wish la express to you and the »t»ff of the COURIER NEWS our iincere. appreciation {or th< iplendld writs of full-pate Church advertisement, being run each Saturday. We believe that much good can be, and hut been, accomplished by their weekly appearance. We wanl you to know thai v.<<lo appreciate your Intereit In I'M churches of our city, and the ' 1 !^ s l )lrlt °' «»Perallon «ls«"K ^* e ". 1 5 ™ r newapaper and our toal churchea. If our group can °' "">' « * lsi * Mt to '""• lover. ^The trial has been i>osl|>oned twice and today's proceedings were riot expected to get beyond the reading of the indictment. After th.Rt, according to her attorney, court will be recessed mull next Tuesday because of. the leyul and weekend holidays. « However, the trial really will have begun and with the legal and wceK- •nd holidays over will proceed to 1U climax. Miss Schmidt is against »uy further delay. She cried last Very truly youra, D. B. Blerisne, Sen el dry-Treasurer MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION Three Wives Will Wait for Husband; Jailed for Bigamy .-, ........ U v.»,. u ,,c ,>.,u ,.,.,.; WYtrrrCVILLE, N. O.. Oct.. ». night when Dr. Rene Castellnnos 'UP> —Hnnd.somc. wavy-haired Plat', her lawyer, told her about the! Dewlt ' Cole, 28, headed for three recess. « "I have been In here (Jalli for »lx months," she wnilcd. "Can't you! do something about It?" Th^ trial was fust si-t for Sop- timber 17, but was postponed until September 29. 'Hie reason then *as that Dr. Gustavo Ucno, the .special prosecuting attorney Mcp's father hired, claimed he had .been threatened. When September ,29 camp, Miss Schmidt asked lor a postponement. She could not eat the spicy Cubnn food served her In'Giian'nbhcoa prison and had lost '14 pounds. Irene (Tilly) Wasserman, a. girlhood C'icnd who used t'n operate a bonuty shop in Toledo. O.. and now lives In St. Pclersburg,.Flii.; cnmc to,Ha- v*r}'>,and started'to ply'her* with frle'd chicken, 'Miss Sell mid f.s, fa- ' to five years In prison for blgniny today with the promises of three i of four women he married thiit they would wall for him. Cole, from Albemnrie, N. C.. did not contest the two bigamy charges. He nlso drew an eight to ten year .suspended sentence, which he will not serve If he support* his Ihsi wife and their two children, pin? the tlnee-inonlh-old child o( his third wife. According to stale evidence. Coir legr.lly married Clan Honeycmt of Alunnnrlc In 1937. Then without uoncernlnt; himself with divorces he married Doroihy Ferguson o. Ualeigh, Mary RiUli Cameron c Wilmington and Mary Alice Under wood of Fayetlevir.f," finishing '.h maiitnl nuirnlhou only last April Wives 1. 3 and 4 came to the Jail to visit him and snld they wanted him when he got out ot prison. Somehow, Cole antagonized wife vorite dish. As ; a result, .-Miss' .Schmidt now feel* up to standulk tVall, although : ^T&K hVd^hTm.TdaYe "m- her confidence in ncquittal seemed ; nulled . less last night than on the eves of ' the two postponements. : x* _ ~~ . . . can't qyess ouirnme Congressman Say* Only '•; couldn't-'Venture to guess the : U.S. Can Stop Ruttio outcome,' Pr; her fldent of Rc<idHUi;" •" She-said she .would be under -s utcome," she s*.id' last night, i Drj .'Castell»hq«>; wbo was with ; erj Said he. w'aV'AldO per.cent con- NOHTH UTrtB ROCK, Ark. Oct. 8. (UP) — Congretuman Brook" Hays said that the United State- is all that standi between Russian great, disadvantage "on the witness i communism and the 'complete Do- stand-because she, does not speak ' minatlon of th« European cotHI- Spnnlsh and feared the official court ,,« n t. in an addrens to North Ultle interpreterwould not be able to con- I Hock IJorui Club memben yester- vey the true feeling behind her testimony to the thrce-Jucfge.com f. If the judges find her guilty of murdering Mce, a 33-yenr-old former P-T boat commander,'In cold blood and give.her-, the maximum punishment, sh'e will have to put »p^ with Cuban food and Cuban prisons for 30 years. Upsides, Mce's family wants $10,000 damages. Although'she was riot sure of acquittal, Miss Schmidt said she intends to continue her career as day. "Europe can be «»ved," Hays snld "and Russia can.be stopped, but only the United staUa can do the Job." Babln Cared For, Too ALLIANCE, O. (UP) — Mount Union College not only is taking care of veterans, but of their babies as well. Every Wednesday, row upon row of baby buggies are Ijaed up _ _ at the college health center. There dnnccr, although she would be re-! " le solw antl daughters of veteran- lutlnnt to "cash: in on the public- students are given a weekly check-. fly" she has "received'here'. j "P b >' a Qualified pediatrician. •-Besides, slie_;said, it would take cr six or eight r.w'ceks^ to. get back W shape for a^good performance. :'.'I have bcijn so. nervous '»iid dliav fid have not; bcfeirable'lo practice PT routines.-, I have nbt'Miad-nnv lusic, cither," sKe> snld.'• . •' -Her defeiisd will be thst'the shoot- j >g qf Mee-on board his and Jack- oiVs yacht, t cdnv'erted : 'P-T boat i>Havana Haroo>;: wa^'accidental] ihe had, said earlier that he had eiiegcd : on ;a L prqmise to mari-y _ ^_ TIRED FROM BEATING 1 BATTERS P---TRY L MAGIC MlXINGr J fc HUMKO j* "^ 'V r ~~r--*.^r-*^ She met Me'c^'who" ciificd ' her JSatlra" (Spanish for "female satyr") jn Chicago/and flew to Havana to spend three months with him on his yacht, which he and Jackson bought as war surplus for S750 Miss Schmidt w'ns''22 on September 16. _Mee was given to writing erotic diaries, letters and poems nnd it may take six weeks for the defense to read pertinent parts of these nnd Jor more-.than 80 witnesses—defense and state—to testify. ti ' - • Read Courier News Want Ads. 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