TEN ULYTI1KVJLLK (ARK.)COUaiER NEWS 21-Year Prison M v Term Affirmed '• Sltiyer Must Serve Sentence Imposed in Sebastian County _, LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Jan. 21.— .(UP)— The Arkansas Supreme Courl yesterday upheld a Scbas- 't!an Circuit court ruling that save •Jerry: McCabe a maximum of 21 Years for second degree murder in Jhe death i n port Smith tost March 18 of Gernld Bradley. ^ Bradley was slabbed to death In ^ street brawl Tiie court affirmed the five year sentences or two others convicted In the stabbing—Or- .Ville Sloan aiifl Bill Modier. * A Gallant! Circuit Court refusal Jo allow a writ of habeas corpus for Albert Letwick, alias Albert Iievlne, was upheld. . The man had been charged Mi ^Colorado for participating in a so- £a)le<j "confidence game" whicli js I A felony in Arkansas. A requisition •issued In Colorado 'or Lctwlck's arrest was honored by Gov. Ben <Laney, and when he applied for 4he writ it -,vas denied. ; Clay County Case Affirmed , SIM en-year sentences for Eugene xBarlley and Harlan Jones in connection with the -death of Fred I\lns were upheld by the Supreme Court in affirming a clay County -Circuit Court, western ' district, "verdict. An information filed by the I ^prosecuting attorney hod charged ' -the meJiwilh first degree murder. i Jvins was shot, beaten and liien ! -drowned last June 13. I ; 111 another ruling, the court held .that T. E. Waeastcr, as an em- ploye In interstate commerce was Entitled to $3,000 damages awarded him In Crawford Circuit court under the Federal Employes Liability Act of 1939. t The court also affirmed a Dnr- Jaiid chancery court decree which Jiad rdenled Nellie McGuffey the right to participate in funds nrls- l Ing from the sale or properly be- I2ongin s to the ]a(e C. D. McGuffey, Sr. The lower coiji't had MM that the properly should be tli- .:vidcd. among McGuffcy's widow, ..Gertrude JfcGuffcy, and his two children, Charles D. Jr., and Madeline Holt* ~_ Tiie court also took under sub• mission for possible decision next •Monday an application for n writ .of mandamus forcing Circuit Jud»e Dexter Bush to approve the appointment of Henry Woods as dep- ;Uty prosecutor in Miller County. i. I 111 ? case w"s argued orally before the court. Minister, Choir Singer Return Home The Hov. Daniel I,, needy, csrnml Uaplris, Mli:hi|;an, i;-nler, n MclhodhA mlnislnr for 25 years, deniaimcu oxiuniiiniion cm H.liiHry clwiBOs u-Jicii lie B-.-IS arrnig'rd br-iVnc Police jud R e I-.Mward G. Burlcson Hccdy it, icfompanlc-d by Ciraixl Knplds dr-lccUve John DM'.luuy. !<.ft. At linhls Is Mrs. Muri-ueritc cowles. 40, wile or a GraiHl Rapids salesman, who wcul i,, the ol.'ita of Die County lYo.smiloi- as she uiviiitccl transfer to ;he Receiving Hospital to undergo a phyehiatrlc examinatlcHi. With i;.-v. Mr. needy, M. she was name"! in wnrriml charning ndultry. The conpl.- was aire^t-u in Kiilnnur/ou, .Michigan, ,,s tlicy returned from an admitted trip to Dallas. Texas. (NEA 'IVU'pliolo.i Marriage Licenses In IN MEMOKIAM loving memory of dear - -D ...t*.,".j t<i illy urm [ husband, Martin Walter Lewis, who •. passed amiy one year njio, Jaiiu- .ary 21, which will always be the ! -saddest month of the year [or me ; .because he went away. Life is so jjonely and empty without, dear .Walter. I know you nre in Heaven, -grid that Heaven is so much ...•.Brighter by your presence llierc, , Why .should I want to keep you •.here, 'dear Waiter, where (here is . so much sorrow, although you were so-dear. I go every few days, once or twice, sometimes three times a week, to lay a flower OH your grave Today I bring red roses, dear Walter, the flower you loved so much. But I do not hai'c to bring red roses to make me think of you. for you are always in my thoughts from morning until night, and tlien until the smallest star has faded out of sight. I think of you arc work, at home and every place I b'Q. trom summer into autumn and Come To: Manila, and Miss Grace Tallison o! Pine UHill; William L. Taylor Marriage licenses issued since- urn! .Miss Minnie Orubh-s both of January first from Mississippi Cunitlicrsville, Mo- llennun L County Court House arc as follows; Dnvi.s, Jmu-sljuro and Miss Lottie L. G. Thompson Jr.. Hlytiu'ville, Mae nine? Manila; William K and Miss Ethel Goodlier, Oden.r.i-or;;e. Caibcmnule, Mo, ap'l Mivi Ark., n. H. Hodge. Blylhevillu. and!,T.nic iiiu-k. M-u-iuji -\it-•' U: u c Miss Kilty Oweus. Bell; Diuell! Ferguson and M;s,s Ana Mac Mi>-Berry and Miss l-'nmccs Marie Aid-1 onm, both ul B!j tlu'Vil'.ir Jcil'u mem both of Liixora; Oscar AddijTaolosc and Miss Opal ' Misrii- Harris, boll: of Mam-hcsLcy, Mo : William Cole Jr., and Mrs. Biil'i.- Mm' MrLTOii. both of Blyllieviilr: Jack Clark and Mrs. Magline Wil- ;im>.hi!m both of Dell. William I. Morris ami Mrs. Alii,' Kamli'i-fur holli o!' Johnson City. lil.; Curltim Roy Lovel and Mi.s; Ju.initu Perkins both or Manila; Brown and Miss Caleia West bath of Leachville; Jo c Canard. Dell •>nd Miss Imoi-cne Conley of Uriid- 'orci. All;.; Howon E. Thompson of Liiixora and Miss Margaret l.ouls;' Wilson. Ltixorn: Loy Hath^ont and Mrs. Virile Haiu\vood both ^jf Manila; Leonard Thompson ami Mrs. Sylvia Jiitk.TOn Ijoth of c\ir- V>ondalo, Mo. Murrow Potter and Miss Olea'.l Beaty Ijotli of niytheviile; Hollis SUUts, Manila, und Miss Bemice Willis, tit. Gencvitvc, Mo.; Ellis Sadler and Mis. Klunore Maljry botii of Charleston, Mo.; Willie Grant, Blythevillc and Miss Vivian Hoover, Holland. Mo.; llcibnit W. i Thiemc and Miss Alcnr Geneva' Western, both of Dell; Eugene I Shnil?. and Miss WymHlc Duncls. I both of Blythevillc; John Coughlin' ami M!s.s Jessie Lynn Wright, botli of Blythevillc. John nudolph T.a;i;'uert Hlytlie- ville, and Miss Dollie Bone, Millins- ton, Tenn.; George W. Gable, from winter i;ilo spring. I don't know the pain you bore, I didn't s cc you die. I only know you went nwuy And couldn't say goodbye. But someday, wiien the" sun gocst down Ucyon,) the silent blue, I kno-,v my parting ihouiOils will be Another thought of you. Wife, josie Lewis Phone 2882 for a Taxi O. K. CAB Jack Marsh, Owner • Let Us Help You— ! j STOP DRINKING | j i • There Is no medical remedy for ' i cidnk . . . but we can help you ,' i resist its inllucncc! No cost to you i J —only co-operation. ' I JUST CONTACT [ j Alcoholics Anonymous I ! Box 873—nijthcvillc, Ark. ! U-DO-IT LAUNDRY With Those Dirty Clothes Open 8 a. m. Close f.:.",0 p. in. Tuesday and Thursday Ni B lils Ope,, Till 9 o'clock 323 North 2nd St. MEMO: International Trucks gel expert attention al Delia Implement Co., Inc. Trained mechanics and genuine International Parts avail- Wcjvc always tried to five out- cuslomcvs the best in everything. Our repair department consists of w.ly Ihe best mechanics . . . handling (|, c Kcnul -, lc Illtcr . nalional lia rl s who take pride in their work us sl job *cU done! You'll save by getting the best Work Uonc _ at the right place— Delta ImiiJcmenls, Inc. P.ELTA IMPLEMENTS 1. INCORPORATED -„] , • • -* FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tilo Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb Hwy. fil at State l.ine Phone Ulyllieville 7M Ciiis Jours nut! Miss fi;u]iue Pierce. Ij'Hli ol BlyiljcviUe; noht>rt r'rank- !in Harris and Miss lie: nice Hinton. liolli of Ulytlirvilta; Joscjih Lee Jolnison !lm | Ida Ma,. Gent. boi» •f sikcsloii. Mo.; Ferry White and -\Ir.s. Clara Mac YHU-S, both or —. illc; A. O. BynJiti ruid Mls.s Ruth YOUIIB, both ol lllsthc- vlllc; James Richard Wo'oU'ii, Dyi'ss, and Mum Krva Kilcy, Ma- niln; John Loflin Hay, Blytheville. ''.-!'i Ml-- Ns:c>i!l Ji'-.v")! Or.v )i:J I-iixom; Vaidl piesiaBe and Mi:;s' Oloia Kftyc Whlit, both of Steel'. 1 , Mo.; I^eoMBVcl n.iiK::/ ;,ml Mrs. Lola Jlandly IwUi of HlyllieulU-. Gag Rule Charged WASHINGTON. Jail. 21. !l The Joint Congressional 13 Committee anointed u working subrflininlltpc yesler<lay to hold closocl mcellngs lo work out <lttnils of u proiji'nin to whittle down I'rcs- fdcnt Tritnian's proposed S37 y>K 000.009 buded. Sen. Jn.SR|>li O'Mahoney. 1)., \vy u . Immediately charged that the toin- nilncc's jictlon represented imposi-'^ TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, M97 STARTS RELIEF IN OUST6SECON05 ! COLD PREPARATIONS IABU1S OR LIQUID J. LOUIS CHERRY neprosentlnj New York Life Insurance Co. Kljthcville, Ark. ' I' BABY BEAR AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS 31/2 Gal. 5 Gal. 7GaI. ALVIN HARDY FURNITURE 113 EiiKt Phone 2302 WHY SUFFER From Cold Weather? When you can simply call 597 and have your groceries and meals delivered free bf oar ncir fast SCOOTER DELIVERr. We guarantee you must lie satisfied wllh our selection. Fresh Dressed Poultry daSIy . . . Mcadowbrook Milk. ' Cl Highway North—Phone 597 CECIL LOWE Grocery & Meats Be Sure! INSURE With The FIRST [NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 North Second DIAL 2311 For Complete Protection CHAS. BITTNER Today-Bring Us Your Poultry Old Cocks. ... . .15c; Colored Hens. .,. . ,24c Leghorn Hens 19c Al Our Kositkwe, 171.1 \V. Vine, lilylhuvillc W. T, DAVIS No Waiting! No Delay! In Arkansas - Missouri Tennessee - Mississippi 4% LOANS On Good Business and Residential Property in Towns of Over 2500 MONEY PAID ON DAY OF APPLICATION IF TITLE /S SATISFACTORY Call or Write FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LOAN COMPANY ANDRE\V J. FLORIDA, Vice-Prcsidcnt PHONE 210 Mississippi County Bank Building Osceola, Arkansas Where Your Flowers Are — You Are! One call to us will arrnii K o to h;.vc your remembrances KC ,it, not just y:,co, but -™ "i^L" 10111 ' 1 - A «l< about tKb plan. FLOWER SHOP . WIBO) Phone 2011 TIRE HEADQUARTERS WHY WE CHOSE THE THREE BEST TIRES Dayton Thorobmls arc dated tires iincl jruiiraiiteccl tor life of tire Jlself. Coodyuar—More pco|)le ride on Good- S'cur tires and tubes than any other kind. Hood Tires arc good tires, ask us about the new Hood Custom-Kuilt 400. We Mount FREE—Every Tire We Sell * Biillorics :unl Biillcry Service. * Wn.sliins ;inil lulirinitinK. * Standard Esso Gas and Oils. AUTO SERVICE Second and Ash Sis. EELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radios and Appliances 320 E. Main St. Phone 2 4Q7 CONCRETE BINLDSNG BLOCKS Abo CULVERTS We arc Dealers for THX FAMOUS Tile Phone 691 Culver! Co. OSCEOLA, ARK. Yes y We Have New Cars You Can Get Yours Today! WILL TKA1XO FOR LATK .MODKLS e 1.1 ic oil display for immediate delivery—liraiul nt-w 1 —1*0111 i;u: SU'CiiinHtit'r I—-Chevrolet ricctlinc Ttuior I—Chevrolet I'lcclmiisler 'J'udor 1—Chevrolet Styleniiistcv Tudor J— Clic-vrolct Styleniaslor .1 Dmir 1—.Mei-tury j D, 1(n . Come in m- rail, we wi;i v.y lo Ira.lc will, you. BDD AUTO Plione 203? Cor. Franklin and Main St. LeveJs and Lines Surveying DRAG LINE FARM DITCHES Wm. R, Overton -- county surveyor Serving This Area 40 Years Phone Evenings — ]J O at House, JJig Lake or Write % Box 8.1, Hoselaiid, Ark. RED RYDER '' _^1. 1^___ 1 .'/ S 'j£fiy Ccgpo i»i?av r;e* SE^CE'^C T M''a\g y -, PAT 11 ami In Hiuxl BY FKED BARMAN 'OLJ BE^ UP A GIRL \ I W^S ONLY HOME A A fc M ! Tr tVV r ALK KEE(J|NG VOU ' (' TtroNLV MOOWAHl) OKAV^ I KSSEb^OR^. AK'^O?^ WO ~^. m ™S /«!IH I nnn , A ^,,,,. -^BUT A PR E ??Y ' NICE GUY: HII\-CMI- Number.- 'iT\ BY V. T. HAMLIN xOH, DON'T ISOTHFR. X / I CAN'T \THIi BKMN TRUST t-IGGER I IS DOING ENOUGH YOU! /FISUKlNO FOK TH1= OF I IT COIILO MRAN , A8OL1T _ TL:N /A LOT OF f ' KIOICIILCUBi ' ••-. UTTERLY THACT'SN ALJSURD!
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