The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 20, 1950 · Page 5
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'AT, Death of Secretary Of Dr. Sander Labeled Suicide by Policemen BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS I HOOKSCTT, N. H., Sept. X. ' (« —County authorities expressed the belief today tliat-pretty Helen Ma- eiolelr., 25, secretary of Dr. Hermann N. Sander, wu > sulcldfe. The body of. the young woman, whoyja, »' key character witness lor^E Sander In his world famous murder trial last March,'wu found yesterday In i deeply-wooded ravine near her''Hooksett home—24 hours after she disappeared. County solicitor Raymond K. Perkins said the young, woman's death had "all r the-earmarlcs of a sliilclde." He waited Ihe outcome of an autopsy performed last 'night before a definite opinion. Perkins said that » two-ounce J'Bger and an envelope were found near the body. The envelope, he said, could have contained powders or capsules. 'Matching; jiggers 'were found lii the Caclolek home. rile 'county solicitor estimated it Mould be 48 hours befote the results or *n autopsy would be known He said he «as interested ui a pathological report o'n the contents' of: the Kirl'.s stomach. No Woundi There.wai no evidence of exter nal wounds'/or bruises. Police Chief Lindsay,' Rice said Miss Maciolek »as found Ijlng on her back her hands folded across her cheat «nd her clothing neatly arranged. Dr. gander, who : figured In an ivernlght search for the girl, des- xibed her as "» wonderful secretary." He said he hadn t seen her or about three weeks as she w»» on vacation until Oct. 1. • "Others told me," he said, "that :he appeared emotionally upset In .he past few dais " The county solicitor said he "heard hat Helen recently had a squabble with her boy friend The girl's father, Thomas Mac- olek, said the girl had been "'very nervous and I know there was something bothering her but she didn't tell me anything." " The young woman returned only last Thursday from a vacation trip lo Pennsylvania and New York. Dr. Sander was acquitted last spiing or a murder charge* In the death of a 59-jear old cancer patient Mis Abbie Bqiioto The state accused the young doctor nf caus- ng her rfealh by Injecting air Into tier veins. "HAY-'DAY- -T-' Pretty . ae "pitcher," young N«ddr« Dunne' ; «n)oyi tor "hay day" at th« Lxx AngeieV county laic a* Pomona Indian Fighter Gets Pension SAN PEDRO. Calif., Sept. 20. -(«"| —Sixty-two years ago Edwin M Wells wan fighting Indians with the U.S. Cavalry. Now he's 81 years of age and he finally got around to asking for a soldier's pension. T. E. McDermott.'head of the San Pedro Veterans Center, says yellow- Ing records of the s frontier days prove-that Wells Is entitled to a pension. Wells made his pension requwt yesterday. He related that he ran away from home at the age of 10 lo become a cow puncher and Joined Ihe cavalry at the age of 19 to campaign agalnit the .Cheyenne In dlana. Hr. and his wife, Katharine, have been, married for 33 years. Jury Returns Delayed Indictment MONTICELLO, Ark., Sept. 10. IP)— A Drew'County grand Jury has returned an indictment in an eight-mbnth-old slaying, In which jurisdiction had to be'aettled by surveyors. The Jury yeaterctay Indicted Ala Ourney, about 40. on a charge of second degree.murder in connection with the fatal shooting of John Sedberry last Jan. -18. Sedberry wu slain and his son. Homer, waa wounded after a quarrel involving a loa dof hogs • near the line community on the border between Drew and Ashley counties. Authorities had to rail on surveyor* to determine that the scene wa« in Drew and not Ashley-County. ' • -• A previous grand Jury, in July considered the ease, but returned no indictment. IT'S A DUSTY WAR—-These Ameiic«ii G I's dc'M U ,iul then o,,n duil nubki. lot use In jeeplng along the dusty roads of South Korea Come the rams, and the dubt turns qunkly to mud.' (NEA- Acme Telephoto by Start Cor respondenl Stanley Trclick.) Reuther Raises Cain with Steel PHILADELPHIA, Sept. JO. (fl— Walter Reuther, president of the ClO-United Auto, Workers union, says a number of automobile workers (ace layoffs because of an Impending steel shortage. A scarcity of-steel is being caused, Reuther said last night, by the Korean war and ' the monopoly control of steel " "The steel' manufacturers say there is tooTouch steel capacity but that they would build more plants. If they could amortize the cost, over a five-year period," the UMW head said. • ''I wish you could buy a house in fi\e year*." Reuther said u he attacked what he termed the "negative approach at Republican national leaders and Industrialists " He added: "If we couM fight a : peace like we fight a war, we'd win for democracy all over the world. But .when you ask for money for education and housing, the negative approach Republicans say 'we can't afford it.' "We spend billions of dollars to give our young men tools to die with but we can't give $300,000,000- the cost of a third of a day of the second world war—for education." * Reuther spoke at a rally on behalf of. Democratic candidates In the .November election. Sfossen Said To be in Line •or Navy Job SPOKANE, Wash.; Sept. JO. (/Pi— Tie Spokesman-Review says Navy Secretary F-ancis Matthews "Is expected. 'to resign shortly" and that he job has already been- offered lo Harold Stassen, the Republican presidential aspirant. Stassen is reported to be consld- ring the offer from President Truman, 'the newspjper said. The Review quoted an unnamed prominent figure in the business world" who It said has just returned here from meetings in Washington, D.C., and New York. Ashley Holderi, political editor of he paper, wrote In a front patje tory. today 'that Matthews Is "bitter over the administration's repudiation of his recent speech ad- Tocatlrif a preventive war with Russia " SUssen, president of the University of Pennsylvania and a former Republican governor of Minnesota served in the Navy us an officer hi Is your frf* just one big Why mffer pain of rheumatism, «eia- tlca lumboco; Wonderful C-an eon- taln> famous, beneficial herb "Black Snake-Root". »nd It's Iodized lo activate SalicyUt* action for better, more effective pain relief^ Sati lint bottl. pric. returned. v-5etter than MEMPHIS • -SOUTH FAIR txftnns O>« fSO.OOO.M) i<i pr<fo- i.mi.NATIONAt. SHOUT. HORN IPOUEO SHORTHORN eXfOSlTlON. H.rWorJ), Aberdeen An- 1-n, D.iry C.Hle. S.tn., 5ti««p. Powllcy. J.niet Diity * UvettacV, 4H » FFA rroi.ch. 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Tati far exceeded any other at*te In tht number of establishments p«ylng federal taxes list.year to operate slot machines. , Out of 66,278 such establishments In the United States and Its territories, 8,134 were In Texas, It wa» disclosed by a report, of the Internal revenue bureau tor the year which ended June 30. tn second place »as the state Of Washington with H.419, followed by California, with 5.7SO, and II llnols, with 6,36S.. The federal tax on "coin-operated gaming devices" is $100 per device. ^ The reports listed only the number of taxpayers, not the number of: devices In operation. It .does not Include the number of est-ab- t»y*g » aeparaU tex of $10 per device to operate "eolo- ojMrated amusement devlcea." ' H«« li breakdown, by state, and territories, of the number at Ux- p»yers .purchasing special - tax itempc covering the 1950 fiscal year for "coin-operated gaming devices:" Arkansas 158; Colorado 1,217; Kansas 888; Missouri 101; Oklahoma 120; Texas 8,134. 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