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Blytheville, Arkansas
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VOLUME XXXV1J—NO. 308. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THR DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS A ™ «^^^^ T A 1 <*-+ T " ^J BlytheviHe Daily News BlytheviHe Horald BJythnvillc Courier Mississippi Valley reader ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI ARKANSAS. SATURDAY, MARCH in, 1011 .SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS Approval Given To President's War AidRequest th Thp $7,000.000.000 cash outlav* was approved after only iwo and a half days of secret hearings The lull appropriations committee will ; 6've its approval of the measure Monday with house debate sinning on the .same day. p a c sa o c LS expected Wednesday. The White House, meantime disclosed that Mr. Roosevelt's radio address tonight, will go into the "unity, the Increased tempo m defense production, the reasons for n, the assistance to be given under the lend-lease bill and the pending $7,000,000.000 appropriation." .I 1 ? 6 .^!:^ 0 " 1 Panned to spend j OSCEOLA. SMLTSOOI lileven-Man Group Would Prevent Labor Disputes Which Hurl Defense WASHINGTON. March 15 tl)P> —President Roosevelt today was to appoint ;i new ii-man mediation board, designed io prevent labor disputes from impeding ihe flow of armaments by the middle of next week. Tin- board is expeciVd io comprise three rc-pre.semalives of the public, four of management and lour of organized labor, it Ls not j expected to have any power of enforcement except that of rallyin" f\ A. c, } l t • vi- ' u< (uiiyiug U (\l Otake In Liquor pl ic °t )imcm through an expose r a «». AII i ei Ol facts in oach eai *- <-ase; Alleged Slayers Of Waldran Face Trial most of today on the .speech which will be delivered against an unprecedented background, the annual banquet given in his honor by the White House Correspondents ASSO- March 15. cation. Members of the sub-committee said that the full amount of the $7.000,000,000 was approved unanimously. The appropriation is the largest single cash outlay ever sought in the nation's peace-time history Following- house passage the senate deficiency appropriations committee will take it up and report it for debate starting about March 24. Several senators have served notice that, they may seek to reduce the bill. Others have said they might attempt to attach u provision Tor special taxation to place the as you go" Mississippi County may gain $2500' a.s a result of fines uosted with the sheriff's office by Jack Spears and other transporters of liquor if the •state wins the verdict in a case urs, a Mississippi .'eek'.s session of Circuit Court beginning here Mon- a°ainst inrv- nav. The hearing, .set for next Wednesday, is to determine the validity of a permit to transport liquor from Illinois through Mississippi County, Issued to Spears, operator of Club Marion in Columbus, Miss., • Names Mentioned Four names were mentioned prominently in widespread speculation concerning the probable head of the new agency—Bernard M. Baruch. New York financier; Dean James M. LandLs of the Harvard law school, and Lloyd K. Garrison, dean of the University of Wisconsin lajw .school; and" Wendell L. Willkie, Mr. Roosevelt's 1940 presidential opponent. Mr. Roosevelt refused to discuss the board's personnel at his press conference ye.sterday, but it wa.s understood that a list of 20 or 25 persons is to be submitted for his consideration over the weekend. A prompt' decision wa.s anticipated. /Imeriran Newspaper Man- Arrested In Berlin As Spy \v. O; Tailed I'n-s* Stall C BKKL1.N. M,irPh 1.0. ilUM-.Rk-imu iy. :i >>.r of the Uniuv! IY,* •)>' Huhiy i,,i wiuu Jlu> offkiH' ,H. WS nemy power," |.)»u ,he Yorl' C. Ho(wl,'i of New Berlin sniff, \vn.s anvsuM u^u-v said W: ,., -a.spieion It was,><! "»• ""• :.nvsi. i« New ' i»«? c:mn»ii Tran <me oi h,.s ;i r, M > u.s uot York of Mmtfml Zapp. Amn-k-u,, -ucmn N^v.s servic,-. and Onenther Ton,, ft »lso w;, s officially usM-ried i) mt . his nr- w,,.s eonnected purely with hi, , )rivMl . at , ivi|jt . s un|| hmj »«""»>« io do wuh his JounuiliMic activities. ,•/„„„ nnd Toni , w» «nvMt-d Tuesday after S1 .ecieral B ,, tm , Jury Ul( ,,,., llu , llf ch«r B e(, them with violniinfi the ,,,, ,vQUirm« ; , K e io rrgiNier with the slntr deiwrtment ; nts of lore,,,. ... . ... him Hlenlilied them.sehv- d-; -u-.-iiic ,., .1 ol nnli,.,. i 11.. <lM!l(s 0 [ u lt v c.e.slnjX). •l.v Ihree'hour.r 1 "'' ^'"'"""inido in tlu> 'apartment ctuiry iviiflrdinu HottdeC.s arrest. Up to early nor the United I'm-, h»ri been :.ble to was being held at police heact- her communicate \\-Uh Hoiieler who quarters. HoUdet'.s arrest which h HoUders arrest was announced firs, by tho ofilctai aBc ncv • u, aid thai a •'reprcscntativ, Ol nn Atm , i(;an ucws n n <ic. oeen arrested ourlv this mornina i --i espionage lor an cncmv i>o\vot-" Navy Officials Then Mope Io Speed Up Construction Of Defense Posts Crack British Forces Reported Ready For Action IT PUT Olffl TO VOILf PEOPLE by the State Revenue Department' The , Ulediation machinery, ex- A moderately light docket is ^ pectett lo be sel u l> b J' executive program on a "pay btrsis. — -• •ately light docket is .... j for the opening of the Criminal Division of Circuit Court on Monday with Judge Neil Killough or Wynne presiding. Court officials are of the opinion that all cases can ibe disposed of in the first week. -------- Included Senator George W. Norris Independent. Nebraska, who voted for the lead-lease bill, said nevertheless than $7,000,000.000 "Ls a tremendous lot of money. I don't see how we can spend' that much intelligently in such a short space of time. Congress should and probably will examine this proposal very carefully." in four •• murder "trials are of Jim Davis and Wash (Schoolboy.t Thomas.' both negroes, charged with the murder of Lawrence Waldran. operator of the Joyner Service Station at the south imits of town during the Christmas holidays. A negro woman. Lucille 'Brown, is being held as an accomplice. Waldran apparently was clubbed to death as he serviced a car in the driveway early in the night in one of the most brutal murders committed in the county in years. order. Ls regarded as the administrations answer to growing sentiment in congress for enactment of ami-strike legislation. The proposal drew divergent- views from the nation's two largest labor organizations, ihe American Federation of Labor and the Congress of Industrial Organtea- tion.s. Senator Bird A Plans To Initiate Act nnounces Foi -Ch eaj)er rower LITTLE ROCK, March 15. <UP> —State Senator Clyde Bird said today that he would take his defeated Ouftchitn Vnllev Authority plan for cheap electricity to the ney Appointed By Adkins To State Board of Education Cecil "Shane, prominent Blythe- 'illc attorney, was named a member of the State Board of Educa- ( people of tho state and initial e DITCH Approves j an act for the next election to AFL President William Green crealc lhe authority. conferred with Mr. Roosevelt, then i - "Despite the action of a majority announced his complete approval I ° r UK - leeislators in refusing to 1 of the plan. He- said the president j al!mv lhc Ml to be brought up for had agreed with the federation's ;1 vole - Ul e people of the state two major points—that the proposed board should be clothed with complete mediation powers, but Hint its authority should be entirely voluntary and ,in no way compulsory. reeling ran high for several week,-;! But the CIO made for killing West iVIain Street Merchant Files For Alderman To rill Unexpired Term ! U P the remainder of the docket, after the crime. Wallace Miller of Joiner is charged with the murder of a negro on a farm near the town. Two negro women are to be tried for murder, one for killing her husband and (he other another woman. Fifteen Justice of the Peace appeal cases and 15 felonies make public a memorandum signed by its president, Phillip Murray, which termed proposals for a super-mediation board "wholly unrealistic." The memorandum, which the CIO said had been submitted to Mr. Roose- , can bc c3onc ' want cheaper electricity," Bird said. "Only through creation of -such a thing as' the OVA can chenner electricity be obtained." "Arkansas' lack of cheap eiecLri- citv i.s what has been keepiny and si ill is keepinu industries out of the state," he added. "Political lenders of the scute fire fncinu the problem of changing this picture if the state is to forward and the only way it veil, said any such board would tion oy Governor Homer Adkins at Little Rock tlilx week. Mr. Shane and Mrs. J. VV. Velvin ol Lewi.sville were named lo serve 10-year terms on the Board. The positions carry no salary. Both 10-year membej-s were .selected us "state.-at-lanie" board members. They will .serve under Ralph B. Jones of Fort Smith, new education commissioner. Other new members are Oran Vaughn, Searcy; ihe Rev. Guy Ames. Clarksville. and Ray Meriweather, Paragould. They will .serve two year terms. Senator Armil Taylor, Clarksville. and Circuit JudR.» S. M. Bone, Batcsville.. two of the retir- mcmbL'rs of the board, could ivaehlnn high nuval| c sources sjiicl uxlay that icnsc iialions between 'ihe United and Britain for Atlantic buses will be concluded ne.xi week, and the U. S. navy then will be free to speed construction nf Western Hemisphere defenses. ; Work CHI the bases, accmired from Britain iu exchange for f>0 ove.r- axc U. S. destroyers, has been delayed pending outcome of confer- In London. Naval sources said these discussions were In the final stage and shoud be completed within a few days. President Roosevelt gave the nnvy $50.000.000 to start work on the eight bases — Newfoundland. Bermuda. Trinidad, LJiihamiis, St. Lucia. Antigua. Jamaicii, and British Guiana. Naval officials revealed, however, that only about $2,500,000 has been spent thus far. Contracts for the entire $50.000,000 have been allocates:! us follow.s: Newfoundland, $15.450,000; Her- •imicla. $10.150,000; Trinidad. $12.755.000; British Kuhma, $1.800,000; Jamaica, $2,750.000; AnU«ua. $!>,1)20.000: St. Luclii. $ I. til! 5.000. and the Ualiama.s, $2..'550,0(X). The program, officials said, has been slowed down because .some of the lands to be acquired ure l owned by private Individuals, and 'the leasing urmnueme.nts have to be negotiated in London. In response to opinions expressed by some members of congress on whether the United States is emerging on the .short end of the transaction.' Admiral Harold R. Stark, chief of naval operations, « '" jiarts. l'"-lfl of bftifJe may CLUTIRIMS recently told a house sub-committee: Municipal Light Plant Issue, Of $97,000-Will Refinance Cily Debt OSCEOLA. Ark.. Mur. IB.—Approximately $!)7.00() worth of revenue cortlflniic.s issued by tin; Os- eeula Municipal Liyhi and Power Company were bought, by T. J. ttaney and Son. bond buyers oi Little Rock, ut a meeting of the clly council this week, tor the purpose of retlminc'iii}.} Indebtedness 01 $3tf,'JIU, mid the purchase, of u new streamlined 1000 h. p. Diesel engine, for the local plant costing $53.839. Testimony of the city's credit ratint- is shown In the fact that the new certificates carry the Interest rate ol y.85% as "compared with tlu-. (i'/, being payed on the old ones. The certificates arc .so- cured by tho monthly income of the plant nnd .scattered over a period of eight year.s. L. K. Thompson and Company of Memphis were the other bidders ai, 4% ogalmL the Runey firm. Osceoln's Municipal Light and Water Plant under the' .supervision approprla-j°' J - L - Gliuicoe. i.s one of the oldest, most prolUublti and efficiently "We are doing a attic, trusting i . npcl ' Ilt(;d hu - si »^s establishments here but 1 have no apprehensions about, an ultimate, .suiisfai.'lory nr- by such o method as .suggested in my OVA bill." Bird, who left today for his ( home in El Dorado, disclosed to I tlve dut" CIO headquarters added that if j r ''iends that his plan for the in- m^ no longer serve because a new law prohibits elected officials from being on the board. Col. Elyun Robertson, Marianna. now on lir- Three Volunteers To Leave For Camp Soon Three Mississippi county men who .volunteered for n year'.s military irainliH 1 . undc'r (he Selective Service net. will leave here March "21 for Camp Robinson at Little Rock. The men, who m tho city growing from the small fifty kilowatt capacity stenm en- Kinr- JjoiiRht by the late Abm-r Oriver In 1B90 to the present live- engine Diesel power plant combining 2275 h. p., p, cue rating four million kilowatts nnd serving flfiO electric customers. 750 water customers. two gins, ice plant nnd iilfalfn clchydr-juinf. plant at the second lowest, rate in (lie state. Thp plant, represents an investment of £459,155 with uross C nm- volunteered for Lh the National Guard The Courier News has been au-j thorixed to announce that Dwightj Bentley is a candidate for the of-j fice of alderman at the eomine;" special municipal election April i. Kt? seeks to fill the vacancy in the third ward created by the'res- ignation of E. R. Jackson. Mr. Bentley is a young man. 29 years of age, born and reared w.thln a few miles of Blytheville. For the several years he has been engaged in business with his father in operating a grocery store on We-st Main street, Prior to go- according to L. C. B. Young. dep~ | the organization will the contemplated plan Ls adopted. ! Dinted nci called for an orcaui/a- P«»~»«»S atrorney of Osce- Mosof Mnday W1 " be tak ' en with settin and other organisation of schedules. More Women Sign For support it. Murray is slated to visit the White House over the weekend to discuss the question. Philadelphia Letters Proposed Gym Classes Wind U P , Ark. — , ROGERS. Ark. (UP)— Some per- Registration of womon'.s gymna- j sons living in Philadelphia. Penn.. sium classes sponsored by the Amer- i will get a shock when thev receive ican Legion Auxiliary Ls progressing, it was announced today by the committee in charge. Classes are expected LO begin lion in each county and that a skeleton group already had boon formed in three different sections nf the .state. Bird also left the idea here that South Arkansas leaders would do something soon to put the waste gas of tlie oil fields in thai striion to work in industry, but reinsert in enlarge on that proposal U. S. WEATHKR FORECAST at For! Sill. Oklrt.. also was unable to serve. Representative Dave pnrtain of Van Burcn was not renppointcd and a successor was not selected by the governor. The .senate confirmed the appointments. service M the local Draft Board B oft ice. ure J. W. Su\v.yer. Etowah; Curl Lediord, Dell, and Kvorott Thomns Youn». Leaclwillc. Two other county men enlisted in the United States Navy at Little Rock this week, the nnvnl recruiting station there announced today. i Carroll Glenn Flanagan of 220 :' East, Kentucky street, Blythcvllle. ,and Cnrl Eugene Noble of Etowah enlisted a.s apprentice seamen and Those Wanting CAA Cours? Invited To Attend Meeting If 11 loy lho Nnval Truinl »« station ing into business with his father : next week providing a .sufficient! he was a salesman for the Arkan- number are " * ' sa.s Grocer Co. In announcing a* ;i candidate,. Mr. Beiiiley .said: "I have only one promise toj make and thr.t is if I am elected i pomted OUL locilj y some letters which, although postmarked in Philadelphia and addressed to them, will bear postmarks from Rogers Ark anil happened In this way; ,h«' J!^'$™'J£ sTn^lnT.™ n *" 1 " l °" »«««"*<" Court ro.m : '- ... - *>• i n the Citv Hall. ! A meeting to which any young man or woman aged l c j-2(> interested in learning to fly is invited will at 7;:iO o'clock , at Norfolk. Va.. Thursday, ihe rr-- !mutiny .station announced. in us last fiscal year ending July :U of $58,3-19.07 and :i net protl't of S40.350.8C. Alums!. 1000 feet of four-inch water mains with additional fire hydrants have been installed within the year. The white way has been extended three- quarters of a mile in two directions highway -10 and on highway Gi.' At this week's session of tin- council, Tra Wright, was elected aldc-rmun from the first, ward to -succeed Abner Driver, who resigned rnul is moving to Texas. John Biackwood was elected night mar.slml to succeed the late Homer Quitm, 'Jln.s .statement appeared to hint .strongly ut confirmation of private advices received by ihe Unliod Press three days ago that '» expeditionary force has landed in Greece. Within the past 1M hours ihe Untied Press has ve- uflved information from two near eastern sources also lending confirm this report. One ad was that possibly 150,000 to 200000 British troops have been moved up to the. Greek front. That estimate however, appeared to be too high unless some of the British troops have been .sent, to Turkey.) General Sir AwhihnM u Sir Archibald wa veil's nrc now free, it was said, fo^ offensive." Details the. -next bi ol this offensive already have been worked out but their nature is a most closely guarded secret. (There ure indications thai the British, possibly i u cooperation with Turks and Free French foive i < may bo planning joint operations against Syria and the Dodecanese Islands. Reports from both Cairo and Vichy mentioned increasin'o- disordera in Syria and Cairo suggested that Free French sentiment is vising rapidly in French Levant The Dodecanese Islands have been subjected to heavy aerial attack* all through this week, posstblv in Dreparatlon for lundim? ooeratlohs to prevent interference with convoys which ai-F> known fco hnvo boon reaching the Aegean.) Many rumors are circulated In Cairo with the arrival of'heavy^' forces fronfl'ife ho'meland ' as "wa^ revealed in a recent commuhlauc. These reinforcements for the Imperial Army of the Nile are safely convoyed from Britain and their arrival seems to huve eased Bnl- kan tension somewhat. H I.s thought, here thai, Hitler L> not yet rcndv to attack in the Balkans and that the .sluaUon is now at a point where the British and Germans arc watching; each other's every move while they go ahead with preparations that arc almost certain to load to a large- scale- clash eventually. Iy footer Resident Dies While In Tennessee >r , . S ' , / Umi f ' petty w *™r Crt ' P °" eer resident 84- of Infant Dies At Half Borum. Ed Cook. Members B • I C J ; OUnal OUnday Edward Cooler. Mo., died yesterday while, vi.sitiny n son. Luther Wfisyster. at Ncwbern. Tenn. Funeral .services will be held at Cooter Baptist church at 2 p.m. tomorrow, conducted by the Rev! Seth Comnere. Burial will be at Mount Zion Cemetery. The aged woman was born in 1857. She had lived at Cooter for many years and had visited her son at Newbern at Intervals during- tlie. , past several years. She had been a member of the Bethel Baptist church at Yorkviilc. Tenn.. since 1B86. She had been there for two services for WaVter ' weeks when shc suffered a stroke Crecelius. 6i>. were held ! Ol P aral >' s w at the breakfast table CaruihersvHle Man Buried This Morning CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.. March this class . alderman I will do everything m ;wnicn *- s a community wide project my power to give the people of' Ior vvom & n i-s to be carried out the city of Blytheville a fair and^ vith an expense of only si a month impartial administration." ; ^ er Person for twice a week night -- _ classes to be held in high school } gymnasium with a professional in- Fire Destroys Home sll ^ cu>r ^ charge. | . „ ^. ; Not only will reducing be cm- ! At LarUtherSUlllel Phaslzed but there will also be' - i -special exercises for those who are CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo., March i lll ^erweight bur wish figure cor- 15.— The residence of Mr. and Mrs. : recuon - , nn<:l f o j ' young mothers. Leslie A. Ferguson wa* swept by? Waistlines will be trimmed, hips concerns — all bearing uncancelled stamps, fell out. Evidently, as they the mail-box ARKANSAS — Occasional rains nd warmer in the east ami ex- x)ulh portion tonight. Sun- and ' Coldef)°y lh e Civil Aeronautics Authority, : munUy. died ai said lie hoped to complete enrol- • n. h. "today. ot Mr. 11 ,. ^in.t^tiuv.! ul tvil. illiu iVII.S. school course olfcrcd j Irving Clalrdny of Half Moon com- here this morning at, io o'clock, being conducted at the home by thr Rev. Fr. P. J. Doyle, pastor of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. yesterday. She died at 4 p.m. Survivors include four sons. Sam, Charles and Otiincy. all of Cooter. and Luther Wagster; four dftwh- phia. d into, the ! r T?™" elOPe aUCi VVere delivei '-: ««y cjouny ona .some warmer in jo Rogers instead of Philadel- i the west portion. Rain in ihe east i portion in tlie moruimi. mcnt for the second class spon- ' Burial will be at 2 p. m . tomorrow .sored by the^ CAA., Flight trnining [,-it North Sawba Cemetery. the home at .=> '^»H Bearers were Alfred Tilman. I tcv - s - Mrs - Azz!i e Neal. Cooter; Mrs. Carrol Fields. Francis Shornakcr. i'Grace Denton. Clmffee, Mo.; Mrs. V, W. McCoy. Ed Relchert. and Guy Hustedde. and interment was "LinnJe Akin. Dyer. Tenn., and Mrs. "Miutee Noterass. Roellen. Tenn.; a step-dophter. Mrs. Norton Pritch- follows the 72-hour ground school •• Survivors include the parents and!''" Little Prairie cemetery with thght scholarships several brothers and sisters. Mr. Cornelius was born Novem-i ard - Roellen: 45 grandchildren- 58 awarded to those making highest Hanna Funeral Home us in ! >er W, 1875. near Cordon Ind. and U reat grandchildren, and tfve great- Uuxcte.s in the class. 'Charge. , came to Ctmithersville 32 years j S rent grandchildren. ago. He succumbed early Thursday { Holt Funeral Home is in charge. morning of heart fire here Friday afternoon about) five o'clock, the furnishings being i ' ! ° nre completely burned nt a loss esti- j mated by Fire Chid Victor Mai- j made .smaller and other "evils" will be remedied. to the instructor. Negro Suspect Is Escaped Convict, Fingerprint Bureau Shows Fingerprints remain the same. hb automobile nnd phoned tin- city when faces change, and tell tales j police station. City Officers Dick on ^escaped convicts. Because of j Potter and William" Berryman drove tnao. nngerprmt experis arc able j to East Main .street and .spotted J ) /-\ ft »^ 't\ t t~. n 1 I . . - ... " ° , c lo sloric - s b >' Deputy Sheriff Leo Schrieck. who Mrs. Ferguson conducts stenographic classes. lingerprinting and photographing county prisoners since Sheriff Hale i ™^J^t t0 «^^^J C ° mP f ft ?r .^ P :° "^ <^ n - S or a W r tonal Bank of Caruthersville, and j in Ugly Man Contest private i CODY . W yo. (UP)-Edwln Algort ; -Swede) Johnson knew his appear- According to firemen, a curtain a nee was distinctive when he was became ignited when Mr. Pergu- voted the "most ugly man" at ths son lighted a cigarette, and the University of Wyoming at Larami*- names spread rapidly to the fur- in 1937. mshings. walls and ceiling, and So when he heard about an "Ug- had gamed such headway by the j l.v contest" in Cody he decided t-> time the department arrived that j enter. do nothing but keep But the officials The negro had left the car parked and had taken the keys and the officers waited in a nearby alley for more than two hours until he returned to the cnr with five other negroes who said he had offered Jaclcson iiistalled o'sureairoi'lden-! to lake l!lcm lo Armorel r'or 15 tification and fingerprint bureau at'"' "^ Osceola less than two years a'^o. This week he scored another success in learning that a negro in cents each. The negro, Calvin Brodenax, 28. said he recently came hero, from Michigan and was employed by the the .county »1 o» a Blytheville Bak He ad he h i ' . - luc Schrieck "printed" the negro nnd compared the prinks with his files that include almost 10,000 fingerprints and 3.000 escaped convict notices. The prints checked with those of Henry Broadway, sentenced from Jefferson county, Ala.. June 3, 1937, for a fivo-to-seven year term for grand larceny. Broadway escaped from Camp Troy at Troy, Ala., last March 20 after serving time in Kilby Prison at Montgomery until he was placed on the camp crew. Confronting the negro with the name, "Henry Broadway." Schrieck drew the admission that he was spreading to adjacent houses. Only} the burned-out shell of the Ferguson home was left charge of grand larcenv was an tlieii I escaoed convict th e : d L? ey didnlt Want him to m!L*«?*y nighv February "We want keen competition." the'and Chamber oi? wi , 22 James Terry, local abstractor contest chairman explained. president, saw a negro drive off with never had been in prison, a though n,,r±i ' m S n ° every southern state. He wtis charged with grand lar- „ wlll b& tried in Mis . i county, and If convicted. will be held after compleUng his sentence here and returned to ceny and placed in the county jail. | Alabama. If he is not convicted, This week Osceola Deputy Sheriff | he will be turned over to the Ala- attack. Since coming to Caruthersville he had engaged in blaoksmithing. • He was married to Miss Helena bama authorities to finish hLs sen- i Agnes Baumann at Painesville. torn* there. ; Ind., in 1905. who survives him! This is the fitfh fugitive uncov- i Also sl »"viving are two children. Services Held Tuesday For Half Moon Woman ..-„ . Funeral services were held Wed- ercd by the. deputy sheriff since I Edvvarrl Crecelius of Louisville, Ky., i nesday for Mrs. Addie Ingram. 77. the fingerprint bureau opened. He j anci MriV) "- Tnfoi ' d Patmore. wife of j who died Tuesday at the home of previously found that prisoners here i Cily Auclit ° r Piumore of this city, i a son. W. K. Ingram of West had escaped from prisons in UH-i Other surviv ors are two brothers.: Ridge. The aged woman lived al- nois, Missouri and Tennessee, and one man had deserted from "the army and had been jailed here upon another charge. A usual $50 reward for escaped convicts, if paid, will be split by Potter, Berryman and Schrieck, it was believed today. Meanwhile, any person who desires to be fingerprinted for identification purposes may go to Osceola and be "printed." Schrieck said. The prints will be sent to Washington for civil files and will not go into criminal files. The ser- j vice Is free of charge. i John C. Chccclius of Bragg; City i ternately with her son and with •and Tom Crecoliits of St. Louis: : Mrs. Tom Alexander, a daughter, two sisters. Mrs. Malinda Battles;: at Half Moon community, of Indianapolis, Ind.. and Miss' Pallbearers were A. M. Miller. Mary CreccHus of Hitchcock. South • J. c. Payle. Irvin Vetito. W. E! DakoU ' ! Jones. Fred Shackelford. Price ~~ Arnold. J. A. Adair and Lum Killer Hyena Finally Shot Moore. Burial was at Garden Point LADYSMTTH. South Africa (UP), Cemetery. West Ridge, directed by —A killer hyena which has ravaged! Lepanto Pansral Home, farms near Ladysmith for three j Survivors include two daughters, years has been shot by a farmer. | including Mrs, Alexander and Mrs. Mr. S. W. Pienaar of Dorniel. In j Bonnie House, Little Rock; and the past three years it is believed! five sons, Harvey, West Ridge: Joe, to have killed 50 cattle, 60 donkeys.! Braggidocio. Mo.: Sam, Little 200 sheep and two horses, and many goats. Rock; Oscar. Half Moon, and W. H. Ingram.

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