The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 28, 1952 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 28, 1952
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVB BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIEU rTEWt Did Tuck Bishop Buy Furlough? Ike Murry Asks Investigation LITTLE ROOK (A*)—Inv«Ktlgatlon ot a report that a six-time slayer paid for a furlough from the Arkansas penitentiary ha* been requested by the Arkansas attorney general. In a letter to Pulaskl proscculot Tom Downle, Ally. Gen, Tke-Murry says his nffjcp has received n report that Tuck Bishop, under a dealli sentence fn Utah, paid 1nr a PO-day furlouph from the Arkansas prison. Bishop was under a life senience In Arkansas tor killinp four persons In SpriiiKriate. Ark. He failed lo return from a Christmas ftirlouph last year and ultimately was arrested, convided and senlenrrd lo death in Utah for thp, ricalh nf, (wo bimk- • house companions at an Ophlr, Utah, mine. The attorney Rennal's teller le- quests an miTstication and refers to the profecutor ti memorandum by his assistant, William H. Moore.- head. The assistant's statement said that Bishop liari handed a sitrned statement In ihe sheriff of Tule County, Utah in ivhlrh lie clninwn that he. pair! $).:Son for Ihe 00-day furlough. The memorandum do"* not quote Bishop as saying to whom the money \vas paid. Moorehead snlrt lhal Bishop contended he received tl.ans nf Ihp money from a sister In Springfield, Mo., by irle.graph money order anrt that he paid for the no-da v furiouah at a Little Rock hotel while on a Christmas release frnm the. prison. Time \V:is "KnURli!" The memorandum says dial "Hip reason for Tuck's i Bishop's! S(R lenient was CthaO he was r.lalmin; he was not an escapee at the time he was arrested In Ulan, but that he. was on a ftci-day furlough: thai, he had the (urlouRh and that h* paid for It." "Sheriff confirmed the report last nlshl llial he. rccelycd the sinned, notorlzed statement from Bishop. Downte IF asked to conduct nn Investliintlon of (elegranh and hotel records, "since our office does nol. hove (he neceMnry authority io ib- taln further evidence to take appropriate action Ihereafter." WARNING ORIIKR In the Chancery Cnurf, Chlcka- •»«•!>» District, Mississippi County, AridnflftK. Georsa W. Freeman, PH. vs. ' Alts M. J'reeman, Dft. The defendant.. Alia M. Freeman, Is hereby warned lo appear within 'hlrl.y days In the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint, ot the plaintiff, George W. Freeman. Dated this Hth day of July. 1B52. Harvey Morris, clerk By Ijiverne Ball, D.C. Quy Walls, ntty. for ptf. Ed B. Cook, atty. art IKein. Rear! Courier News Classified Aris. IN RARE FORM—Mae West busted rijjhl Into a ilemonstration of a new-type "Mae West" life jacket M i\,a Navy submarine base nt Grolon, Conn., and declared herself very much pleased with the Improved version. The inflatable jnckcl has n new color, which Rives visibility of 10 miles .it sc,i. "That's one thing we both have in common," quipped Moc. "We both con be seen from great distance." She described the now color as "Desirable Scarlet" but the prosaU; Navy snys it's "oranec, just oft red." Above, Moldcr First Class Cater H. East, helps Mae adjust the new jacket. Smofce Control Checkup Is Mad* NEW YORK l/Pl—The Bureau o! Smoke Control has liikcn In HIE water In an effort lo clear up smog annul- the New Tork Hariior. Weekly Inspection trips nve made lo enforce nlr-pollutinn laws. Ma- por offenders have neon found lo be nlle. drivers, dredges nnil some carelessly operated Hips. Authorities said ^nforcemc-n required professional disc r el Ion. Boats preparing lo dock. II was snld. emit smoke as they struggle to buck winds and tide, and are not penalized. hereby warned to appear within thirty days In Ihe court named In the cnpltnn hereof and answer the rnmnlnlnt of Ihe plaintiff, Virginia Cantrel). Dated this 12 rtny of July. l!)l>2. Harvey Morris, Clrrk By Laverne Rail. D.O. C. K, CTnoper. alty. for ptf. Ed B. Cook, atty ad Illem. 7-M-21-2*. 8-1 Tli» most valllnhlc pe-ir^ rotne from tllp marine pearl oysrers of Eastern Asia. WARNING ORDKR In Ihf Chiincrrv Tnurt, Ohlcka- inwl™ rilstrkl, Mlisls.lppl Countj, Arkansaji. Virginia Oantrell, rl.i. vs. No. 13,110 Cantrell, Dlt. The defendant, Oene Calltrell. Is WAKMNG OUDKR In the Chancery Cnurl, ChVha- iiiiwlm Dlstrlcl, Mississippi Connli, Arkansas. Junnita Miller, hy her mother and next friend, Mrs. c. L. Richardson, ptf. vs. Nn. 12.083 Johnnie Miller. Dtf. The defendant, Johnnie jYtiller, js hereby warned In appear wtlhln thirty days in the, court named in rhe caption hereof and answer the complaint o( the plaintiff, Junnlla Miller. Dnted (his 1?. day of July. 1832. Harvey Morris, Clerk By l.averne Ball. D.C C. F. Cooper, atty. for plaintiff. Ed B. Cook, ntty ad lltem. 7-M-21-2B 8-4 ill! not for water alone *"" Look at j-our water Hi!!; then look behind it. Consider some itema o-hlch mighf well appear, but rion'l. There's nn reference lo medical service, yel Ihe health of your com- nuiiiily, of your family and of yinirsclf is protected by the vigilance of Ihe men who check ant) troal and rccheck water In make sure it's safe for you. There's no foe fur securing reduced fits insurance nitcs, yet (lie n hole schedule of (hose rules is substantially reduced If an adequate pub- lie «ater supply — so necessary lo an efective defense against fire is available. Without a continuing flow of water, sewers could not be properly flushed or streets kept clean. ' You could conceivably nlilain enough water lhroui»h your own ,efforts lo .satisfy your (hirst, clean your body, and water your earden. But only Ihroiiph an organized, system of rolled ion. sti.ra B c. distribution and trcalmpnt can water resources be mobilized to produce the broader benefits which you. as a citizen, enjoy. The price which you and all consumers pay for the water you use helps to meet the costs of making these benefits available to all. Without a water uurks system, the tost uf urban living would'be prohibitive! Blytheville Water Co. "Woler h Your Cheapest Commodity" MONDAY, rowr M, THE PEOPLE'S VICTORY Will Land Tackett HERE... TACKETT and THE PEOPLE MAKE A WINNING TEAM BOYD TACKETT' WILL Return the government to th« people by decentralizing agencies. Eliminate graft and favoritism in *tat« buying. Increase aid to ttare institutions and welfare clients. Cooperate with the State Legislature and Arkansas Congressmen. Increase salaries of teachers with a BA degree to a minimum of $2,400. Will NOT increase taxes unless th« people demand it by 9 vote. Tackett is the only candidate who will take the highways from the control of the governor's office—NOW! All other eandi- dates have a "Joker" clause in their plan. THE TACKETT PLAN Has Gone To The People 1 {Boyd Tackett has spoken personally t to more than 300,000 people in 345 j speeches.) * TOMORROW THE PEflPlE ARE SPINS TO TACKETT •fACKfTft BEEN HERE./ ( 1st rh» people elect the Highway Commijsion or Let the state constitutional officers appoint th« tommmion on ftaggerod terms. I VOTE FOR THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE BOYD TACKETT /or GOVERNOR Hear Tackelt Over a Statewide Broadcast Tonight! —FolUlol Ad Fald Foi by Jlmoj MeCUta, N

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