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NOThWES I AihtA.'«t*i f*»«H«ir»i*, A. Aunt On Trial In Infant Poisoning; Two Testify Wetumka, Al».-(#)-Th« How-' moving day-old murder trial of Mn. Earle Dennison. :!, charged with poisoning her infant' niece, proceeded methodically today with only two witnesses heard from thus far. Court was called .'or 9 a. m. (CST) after an overnight recess. The trial began yesterday morning. Seven hours was spent in qualifying and striking a jury. The former operating room nurse at Wetumka General Hospital is charged with giving fatal doses of arsenic to two small nieces--one of them nearly three years ago and the other last May 1. She is being tried now only for the death of the latter child, cur- Icy-haired Shirley Diann Weldon, iged two. Whether the widow will be prosecuted also for the poisoning of Shirley's sister, Polly Ann, will depend on the outcome of her first trial. Polly was two years old when she died. Parenti Jellify ' The parents, Mr. and Mrs: O. G. Weldon of rural Claud commu- · nity near Wetumka, were the only witnesses heard yesterday. Both testified that Shirley Diann became violently ill after she drank U.u soft drinks given her by the visiting aunt. Mrs. Weldon told the Jury the middle-aged nurse tried to keep her from taking the stricken child to a doctor but finally agreed and went along herself when the mother insisted. Sheriff Lester Holly has said the aunt admitted giving arsenic to Shirley Diann, but denied intentionally poisoning the first child. MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL NEW PREZ IS CONGRATULATED iMI WINMI AND lOStt both tmilt In this Washington scene as Efflej Dougherty (right) of Norfolk, Va., cungratulatea Cynthia Kendall of] Garden City, ll I., on the latter'a election as president of Glrl'i Nation, a cltizenihlp school sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary.] Cynthia beat Effle for the post. (/nternallonal Smtndplwlitl' HUDSON . . . TROUBLES? SEE BOB HAU AT WHITEIET'S GARAGE Prayer that Heals W ith unlimited promise Christian Science knocks at the door of every humzn heart. Thoughtful reading of the Chrislian Science textbook SCIENCE and HEALTH Kith Key la the Scriplum b.T M«r» BiLcr Eddr reveals and proves the healing power of answered prayer, the prayer of understanding. This great boot may be read or obtained at , CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM Corner Forrtit and lafayMto 3 P.M. to S P. M. Each day ««»|M Sundays ond Holfdoyi Mechanization On The Farm Object Of Talk There's no nsetl for Americans 'o fear for the future of this coun- .ry or to fear any other peoples of the world, Will A. Foster, vice ·resident of the Borden Cheese Company, New York, said this ·norning in the closing address of a week long Southwest Savings and Loan School held at the University. No nation can become an industrial nation until it first mechanizes its food production, he pointed out. In this country, live OiU of six men on the farm have been released to industry by farm mechanization. No other country can be a threat to this country if it has to have more men than we do on the farm, he asserted. He outlined the history of mechanization, emphasizing the tremendous growth of mechanization in the last 30 years. He said that every new development had opened new opportunities. Dr. H. E. Hoagland of Ohio State University opened the program with a talk on the future of the savings and loan business. DAV Urges Outlawing Communists In U. S. Boston - (jP) - The Disabled American Veterans want the Communist party outlawed in the United States. Their convention resolved unan- mously yesterday "that the United States government make a study of appropriate means to accomplish the outlawing of'Communism as one of the bonafide political parties of the United States." Madame Chiaiw To TJ. S. Honolulu-yPJ-Madame Chiang Kai-shek will fly from Honolulu to San Francisco Saturday for treatment for a skin ailment, her press secretary said last night. Two Bodies Taken From River; Third Suicide Try Fails .Memphis, Tenn. - (/P) - The Mississippi River has given up the bodies of two women who plung;- ed to their deaths from the Memphis and Arkansas bridge earlier this week. Assistant Police Chief U. T. Bartholomew reported a third woman V/ES stopped in an attempt to j u m p off the 115-foot high span last night. A squad car found two men holding the squirming woman, who said she rod« to the bridge in a taxi and "wanted to jump-in." She was held overnight. The bodies of the other two women were found near West Memphis, Ark., yesterday. An engineers' boat picked up the body of Emma Adams, 32, Negro rooming house manager. Two fishermen found the body of Miss Kathryn Ruth Smith, 28, Memphis stenographer. The bodies were identified by relatives and friends. Squeaky Hacksaw Betrays Escapists - Logan, W. Va.-(/P)-Three escape- niinded prisoners at the Logan County jail lost an endurance race. Jailer C. W. Bias said the men cut through the bars in their cell block all right yesterday. But out in a hallway, the dull hacksaw blades wouldn't cut as fast. The squeaky noise roused other prisoners, who called the jailer. Sterlinr Paet Extended London-(/P)-The Treasury announced today Britain and Japan have agreed to extend for four months their sterling payments agreement originally scheduled to expire August 31, Anniversar fO* A UMITW TIM OHM mm » i I)l)/)7£ll WHITE COlMiSUOHTirHIOHM TtM DIMM rta«f* Hllliit at Hart** prkM tar · IbaMW MUM ·nlyl »ad« tnm fun THanlmii H|»mu to grva yav a WWVM Han** *alat lhat wW JMM In wKtntt^ CNam H^M wrfc iMrMk 230 Mill St. v g| MR OAL Rifilir rrict $5.59 fit M. ii 51 We Give SH Green Stamps FAIRWAY HARDWARE Phen* 2450 NEW JERSEY TWISTER SHEARS OFF ROOF OF HOME Obituary Sprlngi. Burial will bt in tbt Tot- lie cemetery under tb* dtncttoii ot Moorc'i Fwwrtl J. W. MMf Rogtrs-(Special)-Funoral terv- Ices (or J. W. Mills, 6«, prominent resident of Gateway, who was) (burned to death In his home early Monday, were conducted yesterday mornlnf at the Assembly of God Church in Gateway by the Rev. Ray Garrison. Burial was in Rollers Hldfe cemetery by Calll- son-Porter Funeral home. Mru D«n« Jeiephin* Nrginon Miss Dorcas Josephine Ferguson, 67, died last night at fi:30, o'clock at the home of her brother,' H. L. Ferguson, at Habberton. Miss Ferguson was born at Richland View November 11, 1B8S, the daughter of Joseph W. and Dorcas Hammcrslcy Ferguson. She was a member of the Church of Christ. Surviving her are three brothers, H. L., D. W. Ferguson of Mayfield, and Issac Ferguson of Richlund View. Funeral services will be con- 'ductcd tomorrow at 5:30 p. m., at Tuttle, by Larry Ball, minister of the Church of Christ in S.Hcim MMYHOTHHK! 1MIT IW f MCI IMMTIt! NEARiNt AIK THIII GIlAt MOBI11I DIXIE RADIO JNBOtMOC IOOK it tht dtirmge when freak 82-mllt-an-h'our twliter ripped oft roof of the L. 1. Lew jnardii home In Leonardo, N. J. The twister, which tore a mile-wide swath across central New JerMyJ ··JtriTOQd tne foot. 175 feet t'.var, uprooted trtefc tore Oj)w.n. oowcr lines,. (International Sound vhoto I CONVICTED CALIFORNIA RED LEADERS LED INTO COURT St. Joseph 1341 ,fACINO ftlSON sentence* up to five years »nd fines up to 910,000, Red Ictderi convicted of conspiracy to {overthrow the United State* government are led shackled to face Federal Judge William C. Mathci In jLos Angeles. From left; Ernest Otto Fox (back to camera). Philip Connelly (glasses), Albert J. Lima ((background), Henry Steinberg, Frank E. Specter, Frank Carlson, William Schneidorman, Carl Lambert. /Four women also were among tnose convicted. (hitc: ».af tonal SOHH dp/to to/ To Contest Izard Vole; Halvern Inquiry Asked Melbourne, Ark. - (/Pj - Stale , . - - , . . , _ . . , Sen. Y.. M. Mack of Moorefield I Stevenson "ill speak a l i n e state i,nlcd. j 3rand Jury to investigate the rc: ports. To Address Liberals Springfield, Il!.-(/Pj-Gov. Adlaj Deep-Sea Diver DfWWM Naples, Italy - (XP) - Giuseppe Ciuliano, who held the unofficial Italian deep sea diving championship, drowned in Naples Bay yesterday when his diving aparatui says "gross irregularities apparent in the unofficial returns uf Izard County" have caused him to bagin legal proceedings to contest the vote in the 18th district' senatorial race.' Mack lost the senatorial nomin- alion to Sen. Orville Cheney -whose home, Calico Rock, is in Izard County. Izard County cast 3,464 votes in the race, although only 2,376 poll tax receipts had been issued. Cheney led Mack by 745 in the three- county district. Meanwhile, at Malvern, Circuit Judge Ernest Manor said yesterday he had received reports of voting irregularities there in the July 29 preferential primary. He asked the Hot Spring County convention of the Liberal party of Now York August 2S. I Ad crtii.- In tin TIMCS--II RIT*. Beginning Sunday, August 17 Loy» S. Eitn, Evongtliit Patter and tovl wlnntt In nln* of our t«n lynodt. Formerly of longvtew, Tcxat, now living In Hampton, Arkoniai, will «p«ak ·nth night, YOU have a ipvclal Invitation to com* help ui In Ihli Ktvival and God will htlp you In rtturn. Com* and bring tomtom with you. Everybody w*lcom«. Bill Barnes, Pastor. Cunbcrimd Pr0sbyf8rlM Chtfdi COftMR DOUOUS AND OAKLAND j*-- H-I^.L u««*4k ioif I vfw WVCK rwrm wf ' Unit fict4 In Ih KiMI Thli b««t!f«l imr Sl»ltlli» 0. U.. t-D*, MM lilt! for Mil thofl any compcrabU moMl In III fl.ld. (Ctntin rcl.'on ot llandotd »flu(pm.nf end Ifim flful- liolfd ii t'jptnJtnl M ·vtlloki/ll,r »( ·Mirwl.l HOMECOMING -- Rev. 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