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Blytheville, Arkansas
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VOL. XLV1I—NO. 296 BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS : ... . — ™ E DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OF NORTHEAST *T>«-A»RA« urn <,~,~ ^"^ I Blytheville Courier Elythcvllle Daily nr e w« Mississippi Valley Leader Blythevllte Herald NTNEWSPAP E E OF NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST M18SOURI Taft Heads For Texas Campaign Eleventh-Hour Rallies Held in New Hampshire By The Associated Press With Sen. Taft gone, Elsenhower leaders arranged rallies for tonight to sway as many votes their way as possible in Tuesday's nip-and-tuck New Hampshire presidential primary. The Ohio senator, after making the most Intensive three-day campaign any presidential candidate ever conducted in New Hampshire headed for Texas. Taft's final speeches on the eve of his departure emphasized (!) Eisenhower won't be a strong candidate after he states his political views, and (2) the big majority of farmers are against, the Truman and the Brannaii administration plan. Gov. Sherman Adams of New Hampshire, an Eisenhower man. accuser! Taft in a bitter speech yesterday of being an "isolationist" who has no understanding of current problems. Adams will speak at an Eisenhower rally tonight at Lancaster, Sen. Lodge of Massachusetts at another in Dover. In the nation's first presidenial primary tomorrow, expected to have at, least a psychological influence oil later developments, about 15.000 GOP voters may turn out to choose 14 national convention delegates. About 25,000 Democrats are expected to name eight delegates. Ill addition to Taft.and Eisenhower. Harold E. stassen is an active GOP candidate in the primary. On the Democratic side are Sen. Kefauver of Tennessee and President Truman. Kefauver yesterday labeled as "really eyewash" a prediction by New Hampshire Democratic National Committeemali Emmet J. Kelley that Truman will 'smother" him and win all eight party delegates. Tilings were popping on other political fronts: 1. Sen. Ken- of Oklahoma, who soys he will seek the Democratic nomination if Truman doesn't, said i 200 Bankers Expected At District Meet Here BLYTHEVIU^ARKANSAS. MONDAY, JIAUCH 10. 1952 TWELVE PAGES «. 4s,;,"s ° C ° f Ule Arkansas As R. A. Porter, vice president of Farmers Bank and Trust Co. here and chairman o r Group One, said lodav U , ,m- 1 ' l ° regiSter nt UlC H ° tel Xo ' ;ie at 2 -ra Following registration, the first of two sessions will get under way at 3 p.m. ivJU, Mr . Porter presiding fi cc , « of officers following „ tanquet tomorrow night \vi 1 con chide tlie annual meeting. Opening the atlcrnoon session, the Hotel Noble John M. Moye Jr., of Helena, sec- ' ' re tary- treasurer of Group One. will give the response to an address of welcome by Mayor Dan Blodgett. Other speakers will be J, VV Belmy, Jr.. of Tine Bluff, president of the Arkansas Bankers Asocia- tion; Jerry Puess of Pine Bluff, president of the ABA's Junior Bankers Section; w. W. Campbell president of the National Bank of Eastern Arkansas in Forrest City- Ed I. McKinley. state bank commissioner.- and Paul E. Sciirocdcr vice president and Manager of the Memphis Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Guest speaker for the banquet at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Hotel Noble will be the Rev. Harold M Nance, pastor of the First Methodist Church in West Plains, Mo. Reports, o! committees and election of officers will follow this address. A social hour will be held from 5 ill 5 p.m. in the Mirror Room of SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS J. W. Rcllatny. Jr suge from the Arkaii'j Association. a mc< Bankers W. \v. CamiiMl . . . - sions gained from IravTl i;i Western Europe. . . K<1 I. MrKinlcy, .| r . «f (lie Slalc Banking sion. . . I'aul E. Schrortler . . . open markcl operations since the Korean conflict. . . i Jerry I-pjc.vs ... a lalli on "The Junior Banker" by a junior bank- World News In Brief SEOUL. Korea (AP) — Allied planes today carried the air war deep into North Korea as sties cleared over the target areas. Fighter - bombers strafed and rocketed Red supply lines, p-30 Sabre jets flew protective cover and roamed MIG Alley in futile search ior Communist aircraft. Ground action flared at only scattered points. HAVANA (V?j—Fulgencio Batista rode back . to power today in an Army-backed revolt, three months 1 ahead of Cuba's scheduled presi- tossed his hat in the ring yet, but he has it In his hand—ready. 2. Another Republican senator, Mundt of South Dakota, said the OOP would have "no easy time" winning; in November if the Democrats nominated Sen. Russell of Georgia. Mundt added, however, he believed his party would win even if Russell were named. Mundt echoed the view of Sen. Nixon (R^Calif) who said it would be harrt. to beat Russell—but that Truman would be the easiest of all to defeat. 3. Republican Sen. Margaret Chase Smith of Maine said she would like to see Eisenhower "come home and campaign if he really wants to be President." Gift Empties Treasury As Club Disbands PITTSBURGH l/T'p—The distinguished Union Club, founded a half Moss Bryan Dies Following Illness Services to Be Held In Fulton, Mo., for Owner of Gift Shop 'I'lie Uev. Harold .M [Kistni- and liiininrisl 1'ic't sjieakcr. , . Nance . . . lo be h:m- It. A. I'orliT . . . liaukcr will preside al Gr(»ii{) One mccling. . Moss Lynns Bryan, ville businessman died I. Blythe- in Walls — ^' — -"-i» mi:u in wans Hospital at 4:15 a.m. tcdav follow- in? a three-week illness ' He was owner and operator of the aor ifi bliop at J03 East Main Born In -New Bloomfield Mo . ,, c n eville since HUB. He at(enoT=d ' Sclloo hel ' e . been iri biisi- .. to '- shipped llon. Mo., tonight and funeral . ., nera services win be conducted there - . -~, .n.v,ui,iLuniiicu uj | •>•_! i jn.v.1 ivni OR concuictpcj t' two Army officers and possibly un- j Cobb Funeral Home is in charee der arrest, left the presidential pal- He is .survived by one sister Mr- ace after announcing Batista had Earl Koontz of Moberly Mo : 'and cng asa had ar oonz of Moberl y Mo. a seized control of Mamn Columbia. <™ brothers. Dr. W J Brvin ..he Army's major miiitary base. | Rockford. ,,L, and D, E. %?& u Anniversary Auction Sale of Whiskey In Manila Meets Goal MANILA-They were still counting money here (ruiav to act( , r . e how much this town's eoUlen a,,mve,,ar y auction bought in Sat- Enough, that Is, for the set of stage curtains for Manila High School. That was the aim of the auction, which capped celebration of this town's 50th anniversary Superintendent W. w. Fowler said today, the crowd at the auction numbered between 2,500 ami 3000 all day. There wasn't any way' to . lm.ho.w many that time. came oud \vcnt rt'in- ' school. The anniversary auction Association. The ar r a n g c'in'e'lVt's Cab Driver Is Fined For Sunday Sale, No Permit,. Carrying Gun S. J, Crosskno, BIytheville cab liivcr, was assessed fines totaling Court »mm.t««'-^ e i^^ C S E ^i thlS """""« °" <*"'"*«<>' ««"* " - -'" " - ' whiskey on Sunday, selling whiskey a permit, currying a con- chairman, H. j. McKinnoi., Rep. E. C. Freeman, A. E. jMcCul- . .-„ .. „.. !ey, M. L. Downing. .Mrs Frances i cealcd weapon and public drunken- Faulkner, Wf. Fowler.and Mr?. Mar. Beginning Saturday morning, te auction ran until 8 p.m. before all I gare t Isa'aes: lie WASHINGTON W^-The Atomie Energy Commission disclosed today that it has contracted with the firm of Texas City Chemicals, Inc. to buy uranium recovered as a by-product in the treatment of phosphate rock. The primary purpose of treating the rock is to obtain phosphates for fertilizers and other uses. BONN, Germany M> ..... West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer had a majority endorsement of his rearmament program today from its first test at the polls and was expected to press full steam ahead to put German soldiers into the projected European army. The voting okay came in the new . ui oPatiie Blaze Destroys Cotton Seed Here Fire of undetermined n e- stroyed a seed house and approximately 20 tons of cotton seed 'a the Planter's Co-Operative Gi origin de- - in on South Highway 61 yesterday afternoon. The BIytheville Fire Department summoned to the scene but nd its Hie goods were sold The items auctioned were contfi- bulcd by merchants from through- ifjonl the country and ranged from niaiitos to nndorwenr. Approximately 500 Heine were sold. Pour auctioneers conducted the sale throughout the day. These were T. F (Doc) Dean of Blytheville. the Rev. E. H. Hall ol Dell, Ray While of Missouri and Paul'Ron- bins of NctUcton. Mr. While and Mr. Robbnis are formei Manila rns idents. "Everything sold well and was n could not save the building e rapidly." Mr. Fo , v |,, r sold said tO() - - —• - ",-... aalu LUUUV We will have enough for the staae curtains." The curtains will cost contents. Any amount in excess of this he j said, would be applied on n I and public address system for the ceiitury ago by steelmaker Henry | vestordav Clay Frick. finally has disposed of " its last S500. Back in 1022. the club whl<-h u""" Southwest State'-s first elections which members of Adenauer's pro-rearmament gov- Anny social Democrats of Dr. Kurt eminent coalition bested Ihe anti- [St. Louis Man Victim of Fatal Shooting at Hayti Tourist Court - doors. In 1930 the records were lost , was entitled to the money. The club! books were finally closed with in a Hood which engu'lferl "ii'dst'"^! • BERLIN ''''-'—The Russians are Pittsburgh's business scctio'i ' i r(Hmdm " U P East German medical The directors couldn't, decide who i cx ' lcrts on Topical diseases for ser"" • • - vice with the typhus-ridden Communist armies in Korea, informed S500 Kift to the "local Red 'cross ' ! ' nurcos rcpc " lcci today, chapter. " j Rome of the bacteriologists al- i ready have departed for i 1 rca. German informants Mo.-Pomiscot County and Missouri stale police lodav con- Unued thc,r inventions of the t.,,a, shying eariy y,s,erdav of'as Louis e,,b company supervisor at a tourist court here. ' The dead man was identified by < a id with police as Frank Vassalto. 33. who : siI" ' ---•• was shot -six or a.-ven" times a short while alter re istering at the Fra-Motcl located on Highway 61 Struck Taking Child to Doctor A 73-year-old' woman .suffered a fractured right leg :md shock at 0:45 a.m. today when she wa? struck by a car on Highway (it three miles south of Blythcvme. Stale Tro-jpcr Tom Smnllcy iden- the woman as Booker. She- Walls liaspital 'six 01 sc\en' . S,.,e Troor J. M. Hickman. who but the seriousness of her condition was not learned immediately. Trooper Smalley said Mrs. Booker iva.s struck by a HI50 mode! Nash driven by H. C. Weathers Jr '0 of Butrictte as she attempt to cross the highway to return to her home after going to the mail box. Mrs. Booker resides with Marvin Lane on the east side of the highway, Trooper Rmallcj said, the j Lane's mail box is located on the west side of the highway. At the time of the accident. T'-oopcr Smallry said, Mr. and Mrs Weathers were enroute to Walls Hosnita! u-Jth their child, who had He was fined S100 and costs on Ihe sellinij whiskey on Sunday charge, Sir) and cu.sU, on [he sell- i»K Whiskey without permit Allies Warn that Threats, Intimidation Won't Force UN to Accept Red Terms roan armitk-e c « l«-ms for a Ko- "Yoti cannot dictate the terms of an armistice and you cannot hope to achieve any progress in these meetings e nn<1 imfoi " Klcd He said u.N. Jicttnistor.s'did not* propose to "sit and listen any further to unfounded charges and re- : peited accusations that the allied j tint he did not threaten to break INI * ^ ^:^r? ta ^ Plans for County Hospital Arrive Next .Hove Is Ilcil.s lie said the next move is u» to the Reds. Another group of tim'c neeolia- iors debating truce supervision met only long enough to acreo lo m»et again Tuesday. They adjourned after only six minutes—four minutes inoic Mum Sunday's two-minute session, which set « ,- C coicl for brevity. Libby's .sharp warning followed two days of Communist attacks on Allied treatment of captured Communist soldiers. Lee Give. 1 Norlh Kore Warning Maj. Gen. Lee „ "»««j. viuu. jjti; Sang Cho. in an obscurely worded wnrnini!, first declared the issue might go "beyond the scope of the Korean question." Sunday he warned that "serious Incidents nre ill the making." "We cannot envisage thai your Ihreals of the past two days have any other purposes than to attempt lo intimidate us." said Linby. 'We Have Evidence' "You denied that you hold in Korea any more than 11,500 prisoners names you gave us " the admiral continued. "You denied that yon ever held any of our captured personnel outside Korea. • . • We have evidence which clearly convicts on both counts " Lnsl week the u. N. Command ^used the Cuimniini.sts of secretly P1. 1nr ,r n ,...... L... . ^jj^jpj.^ j n _ Red China. 80 Blueprints, 13 Folders Available at C. of C. Office Here Plans and specifications for the Blylhcvilte and Osceola units of he • Mississippi county Hospital to be erected this year hnvc b°ei> received by the Chamber of Commerce. Totaling 80 blueprints and 13 specification folders IhSs informa- iniprisoiiiiij; captured finding Americans, h, „„, ^ A spokesman quoted a Chinese ,„,,- oner as saying he saw about 1000 men at n processing center near Harbin, in central Manchuria 173 Others Knou-n : Brig. Gen. William p. Nuckol.s, V. iv spokesman, said there- was no way of knowing whether thc»e ' nirn svr-re among tlios-.; name's failed to appear on- the Heds' official prisoner roster. 'it week the Ren's lv ,,i,. n= r. n( j is available for sub-contractors, Worth D. Holder, manager of the Chamber of Commerce said Contractors desiring copies of the Plans and specifications for themselves must contact the architect Bruce R. Anderson of Little RociV- Mr. Hold er said. Til addition to general specifications, the folders list requirements I for kitchen, hardware, laundry. I hospital equipment, bedroom equipment, office furnishings, linens wiring and fixtures, plumbing, heating and air comtitjoning, x-ray and surpleat equipment. Bids for the two units will be opened at 2 p.m. April 8 in the Court House here. Total cost of the two structures is expected to he $1.=00,000, with the federal government providing two-thirds of the money. The remainder is being . raised by hospital taxes voted in the 1053, general election. chariie, SSO; and cosis on the con- ^.,., t „<_.,.,. lr nraiPd weapon tlrai-e ; ,nd S 10 and | lo account for another m,, p,, the drunkenrss charec. | prisoners identified flirom.b According to Chief oi Police ce- | m "" isl broadcasts, letters'" to ^J*N/^»*^3M I \J7-J^ /-, I V- Community Reports $140.50 Collected Gosucll today became the second on the dnnikfni!>s charge. Chief Graves snld Iliat he and Deputy Sheriff Holland Aiken ai - '. that U N -held rested Crosskno early yesterday | treated '"" « " 1C . t court..! by Weather toreros!: Showers an.l local IhmuIiTShowcrs ami turning families of these doctors Ko said the ! are re' Onh tested Communists arc being entrusted with the mission. Court which i.lceau . highwav frcm the To -.r -'.the in- 4 around orcur tcrcby. I Imc - s "- lltl "? officers Wi —Left- : account ot i!;e .shoolino r-, \loU- ' the ,'h 30 i n, ' short tin".. .,..„.„ hot water. Mr. Weathers took i. Booker to the lio=nit'il investigat- ' in,- t, ^ t I he officer quoted Mr. Wr.ilhPr.; as saying he raw the woman but 1 thai a ! when he applied his braVtr, hi = the name | car .skidded Tiroper Hickmali «a 'ci';-rct h~hlor he-ii in? ',, - «vv..i. ii.ii *.,^ ..aim; L LIU Mimoco on j Alice was found In Vassailos car.' No arresls were mde after he hud sold some whi'l-ev lo an imirt-ntifirr.! man. At that time they said. Cro'4:no had a pistol in' his possession. Crosskno entered pleas of »mltv to three of the charyc-s and a plea of not guilty Ki Ihe charge of carrying a concealed weapon. In other action, this mornlns hearing for H. A. Mllligan on a charge of embezzlement was continued until Wednesday He is chni-Bcrt with embczzli,,!! S50 from the -Southern Auto store here where he was formerly employed Fli.s bond w.-ps ,s?l at S500, frank Lnw.-liea and Allied Harris each forlcitc;! bonds ol suon in rlririjes of dnviti" while imrier the mduciice of litmor ;,nd Charts II. Don-Is was lined SIOO and costs and s-r.r.l-ncwl to a day in jail O n n similar charge. Chnrlic Williams was finer! SlO and EtKif, on a chKrce of oi)cralin» a mo:or vohicic without a driver's hcrnse nnd fii:, he;prlny on n charee of rcckle.-s dri'/ing wa.s conrinlic-l of Ihe drive there, said today. .. e .... The following contributions were toners arc mis- • received in the drive at Gosncll: : SlO—E. S. Crawford. E. E. Stevens, ^ attempted to in-. R. D. Hushes Oin. )Ws^ in our custody.: S5—Roy McKay, R. L. Maxwell. "Wo have not . nuenco the POWs i,, our custody.- VM. have no intention of resortini-i Gc-orec Hamilton, L c Dorris o any methods of political indo,- ^ Charlie Cain ' tnna ion and intimidation." ' i S3-D. L. Raspberrv, O'Dell Mc- liv , M rc ' sll .°" sib "i'y for de- - C.irmick, J. p. Hocott. reinsii of ." 1PCllng lla -' i bc(1 » thp .' S-'.aO W H. R.isoberry. W. F. Libby added ^ ' ' G ' \ ..u^il ,.._.; ° U1 £sworth, Mit- Lee accused the u. N. Cr,mm:md : of nttonit,ti,, 8 to flt ,| ay „ , , jaUons "wiih ri.licMlrms 5lan S cl -j 'hat we shipped prisoners of rsoners of war to the People's Republic of China." tms will meet araln a , Tuesday ,9 p. ,„ KST In- Pamnuiijom. ' i a. f-Monnay Two in Grocery gave thu CLOUDY colder this afternoon: cloudy and Memphis YMCA Head to Speak at Y Meet Here rain east and extreme sonth; possibly changing ( o siuw northeast; colder west anri south- Tuesday partly cloudy, colder southeast: little warmer northwest Minimum this mornins—53. Maximum yesterday—73. Minimum yesterday morning-^38. Maximum Saturday—64. Sunset today—6:03. Sunrise tomorrow—6:17. Precipitation 48 hours to 7 a m tnrt.iy_|.3R. Total prccipitatiin since Jan 1 13.23. Mean lemper.iture "midway be- tv.i'r-n hiph and low > ti:!, Normal mean tompp •i- i itine fur Tills l):i(r l.a.^1 \'.- Jr Minimum this mornin?-40, Maximum yesterday—5« Precipitation January 1 to date-- Bcvan. chief challenger to form- ^iujj.14vi.KPJH; . v/ iPrimt ^^f Atttcc's Icadrr night with oc-1 ship of the Labor party addressed constituents here. I • NEW YORK W,-police pushed i a vast manhunt today for the killer ;of Arnold Schuster, the man who caused bank robber Willie Sutton'- j arrest. i Some 150 detectives picked up | scores of ex-convicts for iruestion- ing a:irf pushed through the cltv ! hunting clues. "i'omeipiic Is Shontin; At Me' Wil.-on W.T.S quctecl as .-.lying :h,it he Irakcd out ol his dooi'wuy and .-aw a man running along the driveway of his tourist court am! that the man screamer! "Someone is shooting nt me." A .•.hurt time later I a car pulled away irom in front oi i the tourist court. , Officers expressed belie; that the: killer lied in the car. KEY WKST. Fla. «AP dent- Trunmn .said today the gains farmers have made "co'nlrt be lost It Ihe iip-sl admhiistralion were lo follow llu- wionij a«i(cultural |xjll- I'if'S." Irunun niadn v.hat anuiimlrd to bid for farmer support ol the Democratic ticket in a message sent to Ihe National Farmers' Union I meeting at Dallas. Pred Pray, owner of the Fra-Mo- IcI who also rcsirir.i at. Ihe tourist I court.', lo'.ri oflicers thai he was Presi- j aaaliened by the slu.i, , 11K | t |i fi ! the .stopped near IIL, quarters anel picked up :he hloncie woman OJfii-fis sjjld th;.; al , invesli-iii- shiKjtllii; Martcd in or urar !hc nb- m at the Fiv-Molcl oa-u|>icd by and Vfli-.alla apparently t . Ilv fled to the Hayti Tourist Court in an attempt, to r<,Mpe his killer Ecieral .shots were Iittd, olnccrs T. Walker Lewis, president of the Hetroiwlitan Board of Y.M.- C.A. of Memphis, will be principal i speaker nt the annual mcmbcr- .shii> dinner of the BIytheville "V" at 7 p.m. tomorrow. Mr. Lewis will be accompanied by Earl L. Whltlington. gfn- MvreMry of the Memphis Ymms Men's Christian Assoria- tirai. in wiiich capacity he has scrvrd for the past 14 years. Mr. l.cwLs is serving his 18lh year as prp.k-ent ot the Memphis "Y" and also is a member oE the national board and the International Committee of YM- C.V He has spoken at many Y.M.C A Iiinctions over the mid- Sniith. I):;ring thr war. he served as Tennessee, state USO president lie is a niomhrr ol the hllowild I'K'jIi.vtiTian Church and is active in Memphis civic affairs. Ur James c. tiiurd, chairnun ol the Membership Committee is in eharjre of reservations for Ihe dinner tomorrow night. Two Promised Lipnd N't^rof, i,r- "-nn. held' in the County j r ,ji" here icn.iy lor frnesfionin" in cnji-ieecion »'lih the thelt of ~ n (lll a, uj t v ol t,-Joccnc.s irom McGcc's rsrocnrv at Prormscd Land Saturday "m.-ht neputy .sheriff , lo ,i an[| A y idem mod the Nerjroes a.« Tom Tav- "r and w.llic Heed. According to nrputy Aiken. the urorerv -v,, n,, rs-H^.s, candy and staple foods.'c to Ihr' stole wis I--P throusih a skylight. The'tv.-.V re; ucrc ,irrc.-ttd ye-;t;-j ( iay. Inside Today's Courier News A u rl i t Commission's rc|lorl m.irlicl nrnv . rage 2. . . . . 0.<.-ccol,i girls win Dislriet Three C ,1 [j, t cliamni i" . . Yardstick for forriKn Airl ^-n an2!)s:<; shnv.s wli.xt i; S. qcpl from rorricn airl plan. . . I'nqr 13. . . . UX cdircalcs war prisoners 1'ntr 7. . . Jloll.inrl. U'ilsatr. ,\rk^n- vis r,r\<s . .l'. 1B e 5. . . S2-T. M. Criiwford. Mrs. Rial Bales. Malcolm Grcenway, Roy McMillin. J. M. Frank-urn, o. A. Down- Tic. F. A. Donnsr. Lee Hill, Andy r Bfvill, K. I. Hodsc. M. E. Cook Si—Burl Grimes, C. A. Moody. L. •T. KoriK's. E. G. Crawford. 'GUV j Cleans. Vlcfc Hyde. Ross Calclwcll p .J. M Guidon. J. \v. Price, .1 C | Hri'iht. Wilbur Leo. Jess Hyde Bob j I:V:>wn Wo'iilrow Si!l !p Ccr.r-'c W>1- l'::ni!T. Fml Wuro. J E. C j Tom Grim;.-. Roy Crawford, H. T. MfKrty. Thomas Via, Robert L Max! w:-!!. Jr.. O. H. Fuifc,. D . K. West Mrs. Rub? Osviii. Rube Bivi'l. C'.'fl B-vill, Jo« and Waritla B.'vlll Horace Allen. Mrs. Lucille Da- rtt F K. Lucius, H. L Pric-. Fi-lvd White" Mrs. E. H MMiirry. yr- F \ Uonner. Mrs. Frances I;:ell'h^re' Mi's Yiiittlin-, Betty H <r- lis. Jewel Smith. M rs ^ A j, dl-ton. Mr^, F F employe ancj bu-ii j lation [or t!ie fur.ti vav lien' wrrc a<:r\ drive in IJIvth'-vill • y.imrcl M :ck W.lltll It!,!(ilM-. Cliarlcs .Mn;irc. i:. ! n;ie Edw.irds. J ;1 ••- Stc'.!-:i.-. .. Louis 1-vivl ; !'-illv B tll -i,(-, Jark Ow.-ns. John -.,'c ^Uov.-ll. .j,n, v -s f.ardrier. Ted Fi -h , er, Chester Caldwcll. K ;. 0 i;- 0 -k Jimmic Sanders and Charles Bro» ; O011. T. Expensive Battery Charge INDIANAPOLIS M>j-A SlO line w i Municipal Judge Phillip L BiM'.s answer to the excuse offered O' Jimc.s A. Young. 25. for a speed- ma chaise: "My battery low and 1 was just trying lo ch»rjjc it." _,. No molter whof happens, chcra is o!\vays some gijy around v^ho knew it would s-^u

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