Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 26, 1952 · Page 16
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August 26, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

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j. HOttMWiiT AMANSAS TIMIS. F.r*H«viH., Aifc»m«». T.m4«y, Augort M, Mm Slabs Invalid Daughter To Death To End Suffering ·W*ml, FI«.-(/P)-A retired grocer tbbed hu IS-vcnr-'old invalid *U(htcr to death with a butcher nlf« yesterday and Inter ex- plained to police: "I couldn't stand, Detective Charles Sapp said to KCC her suffer uny more." was never able to do anything for herself. "I stabbed her oner," the rielet- live quoted Moskal. "but it did not bring death end 1 had to do it ! John JWoskal led officers to Ihcl again J wanted to bi/lpmy a-i Police culled the slaying of body of his daughter in the bath-1 ter and my wife. 1 think i Adela Mnskal a "mercy killing." ATTENTION Dairymen and Farmers Let us solve your Feeding Problem by filling your silo, using a new Ensilage Cutter For Full Information Call 68-L, Huntsville or 1689, Fayetteville loom of their apartment and said.J "My girl Is all rlebt now." The · detective said Moskal related that while his wife, Mary did 111': right thing." Sapp said Ih? /athcr went on: "I felt 1 would suffer the con sequences for doing it, but no mat- was out shopping, he'led the gl'rll ter what happens,"!! 'doesn't mal- nto the bathroom and plunged I tcr. My girl is all right now." Ihe k n i f e twice into her breast. "Before my baby's birth," Sapp Moskal, the son of a Polhli farmer, came lo the United State:, in 1913 and later settled in Now- quoted the 57-.vcai-.old ' f a t h e r , "my wife Injured herself by fallinr. I a r k ' N ' J - He recently purchased ( againls the corner of a c-ounter. I y n a p a r t m e n t building here, i The baby was never normal. There- was a soft spot in her head and the doctors said sornethinfi about a nerve not protected and every time it made contact with other parts of the brain it drove her crazy. "This nerve made contact 15 or 20 times an hour, all her life. MY wife and I couldn't stand to see her that way. Wo sent her to ;;po- cialists hut they told us she would) never be any better." ; Sapp said Maskal told him: "11 won't be Elround much lonficr tm THE SURPRISE MOTION PICTURE OF 1952 It's A "SLEEPER" I did not want my wife to bca bear the burden alone." Moskal said il was necessary /o his wife and him to bathe ant feed their daughter, t h a t the gir BUILDING AND REP/'R Whili Aibiitoi Siding No. 1 A Compltl. Job I16.S5 Per Sq Cabinet and Millv/ork. LOY KINZER SSI Wall SI. Phoni 10IS {LOOK AT THESE B.F. Goodrich MONEY-SAVING SPECIALS NEW 1952 FULLY GUARANTEED Defiance 95 AND YOUR OLD TIRE 6.70.1 S CVft Defiance *13 Hut Tax AND YOU* OlD TIM The Fire That Comes On Htw Cars B.F. Goodrich Silvertown LIST PRICE SAVE ON THESE SIZES TOO: AND YOUR OLD TIRE $11.45 AND YOU* OlD TWI THE SIGN OF SERVICE 19 NORTH BLOCK ST. B F Good rich FIRST RUBBER Sapp said Moskal was bring held for inveslisfUujn of murder. Dr. Burgess Appointed To Pennsylvania Post Dr. David Seoly Burgess, technical director of the Ordark project of the University Institute of Science and Technology, has been appointed head chemist in a new research section of the explosives division of the United States Bureau of Mines at Pittsburgh, Pa.. W. W. Crigorieff, director of Ihc Institute, announced today. Burgess has been a leader of the Ord- ark project since 1940, when it was organized as a research division of the University under the sponsorship of the Department o f 1 Ordnance, U. S. Army. He was its technical director /or four years, held the academic rank of professor in the University, and was a member of the Graduate Council. Keen up with (he times--read (he TIMES diilj. Back to School ---" ^v Triendly a A _ A . . #..+. ^ (from the pages of Seventeen) / The popular penny loafer in grey, black or rust suede, or brown leather. No wonder they're so popular with smart . teen-age girls from coast to coast! Because Friendly shoes are designed for teen-age girls with the help of v teen-age girls, to give you exactly the styles you want for every hour in your day, every occasion on your calendar. See them now in our Shoe Department. Saddle oxfords in brown and white or black and white. $795 7 Good Shoes Properly Fitted Crepe sole loafer In "sunshine" glove," new color for Fall HEY, KIDS! SEE YOUR FAVORITE CARTOON PLUS 500 FREE COMIC BOOKS! COOL PALACE OPEN 12:45 ii iii W« IEGIMEI1 CHIUT KAN THEY SHOOT THE WORKS WITH LEAD AND LAUGHTER COOL U A R K ENDS TONITE VAN JOHNSON · PAOL DOUGLAS "WHEN IN ROME- PLUS COLORED CARTOON "Tweet Tweet Tweery" LATE NEWS STARTS-WEDNESDAY ^ ..CARTOON.. * ..LATE NEWS ..A "SLEEPER" YOU'LL ALL ENJOY! " , v,':,-, j-Jf-jji..,- ·· TAlK ABOUT A GHin-HW BNion 11 HI Optn 6:45 His Fun... His Fame... \ His Ftbutous CXyt CALL 471 FOR FEATURE TIMES w*,IDDII CANTOR · JamM OlMsen

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