The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1954 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 13, 1954
Page 8
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PACK EIGHT'' BLTTHgTTLLB (ARK.)' OOtJUlCT MEWi MONDAY, DECEMBER II, WS4 Alabama Officers Seek Return of State Official Involved in Patterson Murder ^^ . . :.,,._ ....x....-,.,j iv,. ™r,,, rpslort «nd "It IB UD to the Ala- iicers visited John Sealy Hosplta Using ih« i»m« "h«t of fuBlon", principle proposed lor itorlBf ««• ar heat Jor conditioning hou««», jcientlBts h»ve developed a new package for shipping medical jpec- Imens that mtintilns lemjuratures for three dayi. GALVESTON, Tex. (AP) -Alabama officers today awaited a certified copy of a gram! iurv indictment they need to serve a fugitive warrant on ' ' lahan said he vmaci'stood the copy Is coming by plane. Two persons arc under in the murder last June 18 of the nominee for Alabama attorney am ui. i general, Albert L. Patterson, who 'pneral crusaded against vice. They are UIL " Ul l , , riff Al- The state's attorney ge nel ' al 'lg"Jonncr chic7d"epuTy'sheriff. Al- nffk-ial Silas Garret! III, | ijcrl Fuller, and a suspended pros- UI '"••"' . ., _ f-,1,,,,, ii- ,._.,., «.r ft iiyilv I.^nrivll k i central figure >n the i •'"••"-•> Citv Ala., cleanup. He is m a Sav'esVon hospital, where doctors MY he B "too ill to be moved. The Oalveston News quoted an ' »«omev, who declined lo perm"! use of'his name, as saying the warrant charged iirsl-dcgrcc mur- e Asit Oalvcslon County Ally. Jack Callahan said Sheriff Lamar Murphy of Russell County. Ala. w« refused a fugitive warrant Saturday because he lacked a cei- lified copy of the indictment. Cal- Teen-ager Faces Trial for Arson, Death of Four HAVBRH1LL. Mass. i,T.-A sullen lcen-a B c trade school student iaced District, Court today clia :•(!«! vith arson and manslaughter •" u attorney. Arch rene A ihird indictment was returned in [he case, bill the name of the accused person won't be disclosed until he is arrested. l.ittlc Comment Callahim refused to say what the Alabama indictment charges. He said that Alabama state law forbids making public the name of an indicted man before he Is ar- rested and "it IB UP to the Alabama officers to say." The Alabama officers were closemouthed. Sheriff. Murphy said he merely was in Gulveston on a "pleasure trip." The men who were with him declined to give their names. They did tell the Qalvcston Dally News that they expected to make an extradition as soon as the indictment copy arrived. A lawyer told the Galveston News that if Darren refused to waive extradition the governor of Alabama must ask the governor of Texas to release him. The law .ver —• • - • fleers visited John Sealy Hospital Saturday and were told Garrett must remain In the hospital indefinitely for treatment of "a mental and physical condition." Garrett also has been indicted for vote fraud in connection with the Democratic runoff in which Patterson was elected. The slain attorney's son was elected to the post without opposition. FURj4*rCo»9li MS rtVWW OCKtW H*m wwnA uiwi cine o» druggi* rcfmxfc JKHIT mo«f • No ruicattu. Pka»ot to tall*. added, "The whole process might take 30 days." The News said the Alabama o<They Were Married at George's Place with One Foot on the Rail' LOS ANOEljES UP)— They met in George's Bar. Their romance flour- ifhrri on Bill Murphy's motorcycle, so today Bill and Carol Stanlorl are somp t« be married. i Where? Why, In the bar where i Ihcy met. ' "We thought it would be nice lo marry where we met," explained Murphy, 31-year-old machinist. crn. sa te e o a j 1ms many complications but this l« v a . , the death of his parents and two j George Lime, owner of the tav- other persons in a flaming down- | ,, nli ^id the life of a bin-tender town apartment house. Police Inspector Charles F. lui ner said Richard E. La Plants, 16, idmitted setting the early morinne lire yesterday because "1 didn I like the place and 1 told my talks K many times." Burned to death as fire swept I ho Jour-story brick and wooden limlse were Alfred La Plante, 45; his wife Bva 43; Fred BaciRalupo. 63; ana Mah'lon Cutler, 44. Some 20 others, mostly old age pensioners, fled to Mfet;. the first lime he ha« acted a« ou- Pld. bans said he thought there would be some trouble BCtUnR » minister In perform the ceremony In the bar. "but the first one we asked said it was okay with him. I forgot his name, but he works out of a wedding chapel." The couple will be married on Iwo motorcycles. They will spend their honeymoon motorcycling, natch. Culprit Caught BIRMINGHAM, Ala. .(K'l-A. A. Jones was mighty disappointed when » fish broke his line and swam alt with his favorite plug Saturday. Yesterday he hooked a »lx-pound bass, reeled it In and found the missing plug in Its mouth. WATERW'AT SHIPMENTS Crude oil and petroleum prod- Bet*, on a tonnage basis, account Jor about 66 per cent of the U.S. ocean shipping and 35 per cent of the traffic on its Inland waterways. SPORTS EQUIPMENT is valuable 11 deserves insurance protection while in use, at home or in slornftc. Insurance that covers lire, Ihcft-and nearly every rifik except wear and tear. NOBLE GILL AGENCY GLENCOE BLDG. 3-6868 No one has »vtr r«t«iv«d for a Christmas Gift b«for«! "Build-o'-clock" k ihit MW—tod K> novel it'» > mo« waaltd gKl bf childftn ind >dulcs who likt to Wild ihinjt with tb«ir tundi. THIS IS SO EASY TO DO— h'j (oolproo*! Now on* tan build an «leetri« clotk within 90 minutw! It's !0 fascinating to follow directions >nd put this BEAUTIFUL clock togtlher! (Simply asKtnblc pans in ordtt numbered «ml slumped for rasy «nd ptriMnent identificition—no iptci.1 tools or skill r«|uired!) Coroplen e«iy instructions inside boi. "l!uild-o'.clock" is * fine, precision SELF-STARTING ELECTRIC timepiece with a guaranlHif Unshire Clock movement. Ot smart Ship Wheel design with B '«« cer.mic c»e; br.s. betel; B Usi crystnl. Not > toy but a practical, .ttr.ctive electrK clock comparable to ihos* that sell lot much more in Mores. Want to b« a gr«ot guy tfii« Chriitmai? "^ SEND "BUILD-O'-CtOCKS" to wound«d VETS! Don'l forgel lh« soldiers, icilori, «lc. who gol maimed for you Remember one or more. Vou rfon'l nov. lo fcno* Ititm. They will enioy building Ihii eleolric clock in their wheelchair and have a tine clock lor Iheir use OR TO Stll. S.IK! money erd« (or number of Veli to remember. We'll take care of delivery, wtloiina your card or name, and hoye Vets acknowledge. TW» Coupon will wvi you $1 °" tACH on« y»M buy "Build-o'-dotk," i»nt poUpotd I - u . ... J9.«. But if you -ill ""I" !«• I IIOHDAH 1 CO. w..k, in i™. 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