The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 26, 1952 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 26, 1952
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1952 Retired Grocer Slays Daughter 1 As 'Mercy Acf 'I Couldn't Stand To See Her Suffer/ Police Are Told MIAMI. Ha. I/PI-A retired g,o- ecr stabbed his 18-year-old Invalid "•a'J?htcr to death with a butcher t.mff yesterday and later explained to police; "I couldn't stand lo see Her suffer imy more." Police called the slnyine of Adela Mo.=kal a "mercy killing." Detective Charles Sapn said John Mcskal led officers ro the body of r--> daughter. In the bathroom of their apartment ami said: "Mv eirl is all right now." The d"-ifve sVd Miskal related ihat while his wife Mary was out shop- fn?. he led the Kill into tlie bathroom and plunged the knife twice info her breast. '•Before my baby's birth.'" Sapp oi'nrpd tlie 57-yenr-oln father, "my wife injured herself by tallint: a-^ns! (he roi-ner nf n oounrer. Tire b:°iiy v.-as IK'.TT norma] Snft S| in Heart 'There v.-n? ,1 .soft spot in her nefi r.Hd Ihe doctors said something p.ljoiit a nerve not proler-ied and every tlinp it m! ,de contact with other pnrtc of the brain it drove her crazy. "This nerve made rontact 1? or in times an hour, all her life. My *.,» TC 'f« and I couldn't stand to see her <j?'.hat way. We sent her to' specialists but they told us she would nerrr be any better." S:>un said Mriskal told him- "I won't be around much longer and I die; not want my wife to bear the burden alone." ^Mofkal raid It was necessary inr Agile Spinster, 50, F/no//y Loses Race as Officer Serves Summons SALISBURY. Md.'(/rV-An agile, middle-aged spinister who hss eluded summons servers 50 times during the last three years was finally outdistanced yesterday by a speedy stale trooper as she sprinted toward the woods from her farm home near here. The three-year battle of -jits between 55-year-old Miss Viola Miriam Goslee and Wicomico county officials came to an end In a field just short of the -*-oods. Sheriff Jesse M. Pollitt handed her an arrest warrant for contempt of crmrl as the trooper and n deputy held her in the field. Pollitt. said he and members of his office had tried "more than 50 times" to serve papers on Miss Oos- l?e to »ct her Into court for a settlement of the estate of her father, P. Grant Goslee, a state's attorney from 1024 to 1028. I Mi'S Ooslee's brother - in - law, Enrle 8. Horsey, chareed in a petition to eet her Inlo court that she "hides behind locked doors or runs Into the fields fo ayold service " Previously, nobody had been able lo catch Ihe slightly built farm woman. She won't accept registered mall and on al least one occasion, according to Horsey's petition, "law- officers have been threatened with i lethal weapons." | Horsey took over from his sister- in-law as artininistralor of the estates of her parents in 1949 jj e charges In petitions that she refused to turn over the unadministered portion of the estates to the ncsv administrator. The estates center about the farm property on which Miss Goslee lives anri Involve several thousand dollars. Lost Children To Be TV Stars LONDON W _ tost children >yi!I bo TV stars at iiritain's bit; rmiio exhibition opening here tomorrow Youngsters who (urn up looking for mama will i )e trie-vised oii screens nrouiiri the exhibition hull. That, the exhibition's organizers hope, will put f and tearful l-Armed Bandits Going to Wor BOSTON w -. TI I( , ,, aynfr Od( - l6 on iiljoill JOB .slot mitcKinre were .set today ;it lon.o in f«vor of nn- tlona! The "one-ar mr-rl bmulils" u-rre .sci/e.d by federal anents nnd were to him- his wife and him to bathe and feed their daughter, that the Eirl was j never nble to do anythinsr for herself. "I Wanted In Help" "1 stabbed her once." the defective fur.her quoted Moskal. -11111 it did noi. biing death and 1 had lo; do it again. I wanted to help my i daughter and my wife. I think II did the right thing." Sipp said the father went on: "I felt I would suiter the consequences for doing it. but no matter. My girl is all riaht now." Mos- kaj. the $on of a Polish fanner, came to the United States in 1313 and later settled in Newark, N. J. He recently purchased an apart- menl building here. Sapp said Mo.skal was being held for investigation of murder. * Educator Says Alcoholics Need To 'Earn Keep' TORONTO w _ An American educator says chronic alcoholics should be confined lo state Mrms where they coiifd earn their keep and not be a burden on society as a whole. Dr. Andrew c. Ivy, virp president of the University of Illinois and an anthoiily on dl'unkemtes-i told an intercollegiate conference oti alcoholism under way here that chronic alcoholism is a "serious disease which cannot l>e lured." The only u-.-iv to manasre and prevent it. he asserted, is "total abstinence." Ivy said placing such sufferers on institutional tarms where they could produce enough for their own maintenance "would clean up about 60 per cent of the skid rows of the United States." Read Courier News Classified Ads iWNifiOR EVERY PURPOSE - AT REAL SAVINGS MOVING! r Base Reactivation Forces Us To Move! Here's your opportunity to save on Trenkle Paints! We're having to move to a new location and want to reduce our inventory before we move ... so we're offering 28% to 40% reductions on all paints. Drive out to the Air Base and take advantage of these tremendous savings! HOUSE PAINT Formerly 5,78 Per Gallon TrenUlo Paints are c(|mil in hid- IIIR, non-fading antl durability to any nationally advertised lirand on the market. COLORS. A NOW:^: •V/HITE 7 1 -^rr Per Gal. NON FADING TRIM COLORS . . . Formerly 7.00 , , . Now 5.00 Per Gal. 6 Other Colors . . . Formerly 6.28. NOW 4.52 Per. Gal WASHABLE FLAT WALL OIL PAINTS Reg. 4.00 per gal. . . NOW ONLY ... SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL COLORS 12 colors.. . reg. 5.80 per gal NOW ONLY ^ QUICK DRY ENAMEL COLORS 14 colors . . . reg. 7.60 per gal. . . . NOW ONLY WATER THINNED INTERIOR FLATS 30 colors . . . NOW ONLY per gal 2.75 3.85 4.55 1.75 ALSO INCLUDED IN PAINT SALE ... Oil Slains ... OPEN FROM 7:30 A.M. TO 6:00 P.M. - NKLE PAINTS Co., Inc. BLYTHEVILLE AIR BASE PHONE 3853 i C'lld to (hose lom; to find out i for Ihe liu ii<i will speed mr-rcc-. im a t se[l . metal tb h<*fp d&iftoeo etfwtn. Paul G, Carney. National Prn- duction Authority ti&enl, ag-reud It- was a jjnott idea. Man Tires of Bologna BUI-'PATO, N. Y. 1ft — Prank nolognn, a monl-cuttor from I-tnf- faln, y.'nn the rl^hl yt-slrrttay Co t*?jHiti!i* iiis (nst II:UUP (o IJoh:;m. Hnlourm is a cumbersome juiim-, lie (Diet a filiUe Supreme Conn. justice. ' The I ml inn Ocean is ;iimo:l h;iU MR us fhe UN Mission Set To Investigate In Togoland ACCRA. Gnld Coast, (,P/--A United Nnlt'ins mission investigating Afriunn jiroti < tonnes arrived here JiiM nlclit. on the heels o! repnrtK that Frem-li patrol'; in )ieii,'l)t)orillg Kiench r roj;olrind hint killed two natives nnd injured 5<) others trying to c.-irry inricpenrienre petitions to (fho of (by Bic Fi-tneii of a British news- |paiiermnn nnd a Piench editor dur. sing tlie mission's visit to Lome in •French Tofloltind. Toijoland, upllt, lx;twe«n the British Gold r;naM. and adjoining French Wif!. Africa. Is ftdminister- f d hy tlie two European powers under U. N, triisieechips, u. N missions visit them each year to report, to tho ocm-ral Assembly on conditions there. «S^s«=-^i=sii^a^i^3ig^^j^i ?£t-i r-ffin'-fiv. ^V^oXi iirJVft j «"w.«-fex'i«*.Ss'>'i i .*- Mrrtfu* Jrnrlii <'<v Bljthfilllr. Ark. £r>clci?o' r.vj J _ n:..n pa K nnd me » !7.J<--; R-j'i I Tufi *:>• CREDIT — "~ -— — —•»«=*«»• jMs-»ai»«r J wwfl» 1i «v.- v-^^Jy^i-'^XfKseJP&maSxSiK&Sft STORES IN MEMPHIS. W.YTHEVILU AHO DYERSBURS

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