The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 30, 1949 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 30, 1949
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THURSDAY, TONE 30, 1949 Hiblk Hearings nAEC Probe End Sessions to Move Behind Closed Doors For Next Testimony WASHINGTON. June 30. tfl'i— etutor Hickenlooper (R-Iowa) to- ay elided the first phase of his case salnst the Atomic Energy Comnris- ion which he has charged with "in- "tole mismanagement." Skenlooper announced to the lint Senate-House Atomic Commit- 'e, which has been heaving the harges, tvtat he feels lie can pro- fed no further publicly until the ommittee lias acted in closed ses- upon some other aspects ol is case. He referred to his charges of commission laxity in security matters •iitch the committee has said he Hist present behim 1 closed doors, >uie international phases of atomic nergy operations, and "certain lore or less technical matters." In the meantime, the connnis- ion will present what Chairman 'avid E. Lilienlhal called an "ac- ounting of oxir stewardship" be- hming next Wednesday. "We will make this succinct, brief ncl yet comprehensive us possible." • illenlhal said. "11 should not take lany days." BLTTHEVILLE CARK.T COURIER HEWS lawyer Hurt When Hit by Dane's Prop FORREST CITY. Ark., June 30. P>— A young lawyer-flier walked ulo the whirling propeller of an Irplane at the airfield here late esterday and was injured seriously, is Kenneth Kinard. 33, city •ney of El Dorado, Ark. Baptist Hospital, Memphis. Kinard was taken, he was eported to have r possible skull racture. Attendants said he was loing as well as could be expected. Kinard flew here for his wife and 6-month-old son. who were vLsit- ng her parents. William Caviness. 51 Dorado, who accompanied him, i'as to return the plane to El Xirado. while Kinard planned to Irive back with his wife and child. Caviness said Kinard. apparently n an absent-minded moment, Talked directly into the moving ilade.s immediately after he got •ut of the plane. The blades struck him in the ace and head, serrations. Inflicting severe THEY COT BURNED—DON'T YOUI-Tliree youngsters injured by firecrackers pledge their support to a campaign to prevent olhers from doing Ihe same thing. They're in Chicago where the Society for the Prevention of Blindness is meeting. Lett to light: Karen Dryfhout, 8, who lost the vision of one eye three years a°o; Bill Kowalski, 10, who seriously injured an eye recently while watching skyrockets go otf; Mrs. Ben Gray, executive secretary of the group; and Gerald Luslro, 10. also hurt recently when a firecracker blew up in his hand. 'Lonely Hearts' Suspects Have Spat in Court NEW YORK, June 30. (f,— ffhe lonely hearts" slaying defendants —who not long ago were talking ol a Niagara Falls honeymoon «<ter heir trial—have had a courtroom luarrel.. "Mind your own business—shut ip." plump Mrs. Martha Beck told Raymond Fernandez, her co-de- endant, during a trial recess yes- erday. Mrs. Beck snapped at her low as he »-as trying to quiet her «fier she flew into a rage against witness. The tiff occurred as the pair was being led from the courtroom r the recess. After the trial resumed, Mrs, Beck avoided looking at Fenandez, fidgeting nervously with a handkerchief, she stared at the witness chair. Defense Counsel Herbert B. Rosenberg became Involved In more clashes with State Supreme Court, Justice Ferdinand Pecora as the prosecution presented more wit- uesses. Mrs. Beck. 29, and Fernandez 34, are c'">rged with the blodgeon- strnugnlation slaying of Mrs. Jane Fay. 66-year-old Albany. N. Y. wirimv, in Valley Stream oil Long Island last Jan. 4. The prosecution, which to seek in? tiie death penalty, charges the slnyinR grew out of a sckieme t fleece Inncly women thrown ma romances. WE, THE WOMEN * Bj Kutb Milieu NBA Stall Writei Bored With Married Life? Planning Revives Interest "f love my husband, but I'm bnrcd to death with the life we lead, and I sometimes suspect that ho is, too." writes a 36-year-old wife. '•I wonder if that's our fault, or if a lot of couples who have been married for 10 years or more feel the same way," The answer to both speculations is ''Yes." Yes, it's your fault and yes. there are plenty of other couples who ]ove each other are bored by their dailv but who lives, To. keep married companionship from growing dull takes considerable enterprise and planning. Just going along taking the casiesi course usually lands a married couple in a rut. One evening is like another evening. One week is like another week, and so on, until finally om year is so much like the last tha life has lost its zest. TASK USUALLY KA1.I.S TO THE WOMAN It's usually the wife's job to see Written laws existed in Crete early as the 6th Century B.C. part if once every month or so flie think up the bright idea of takin: tVi*ir wives out to dinner, occasion ally mention that they've me someone they'd like to cntertah and maybe now and then inchid their wive* on a busine&s trip. If the marriage is going to In elude such stimulating experience as a shared hobby, an interestin and varied group of friends, fre quent entertaining at home, new experiences. It's usually to the wife to promote "them. And she has to be a good pro motor, with enough enthusiasm her own lo catch her husband interest, Remember people doie't just fa taly's Auto Makers See Full Production Year ROME — <:T>>— Italy's automobile idustry will be back to normal aefore the end of the year, the 'ational Association of Automo- lle Makers (ANFIAA) annoiuiced. It will be possible by then to en- r a car dealer's display room, pay or your car and get It right away, 'ow it takes some six months to el a new car. The present slt- atlon Is blamed mainly on 90 days f strikes and labor agitation in :ie main Italian industries In the Irsl four months of this year, WFIAA said. Production which has slowed !own 30 percent. Is now quickly Deeding up and will reach normal i few montlis. While all Euro- wan automobile makers are pro- uclng mainly for export, the Ital- an Industry keeps a sootl share f its production for Ihe internal Market. ANFIAA said In France •illy 46.5 per cent of cars registered ast year were new. (In Englad the "igure was 33.9 per cent) and In taly 74.1 per cent. Until a few weeks ago. black nnrlcet on new cars flourished. A lew car directly from the facto* :ould be sold at a good profit to ready customers. Price mark ups vere sometimes as high as 30 per cent over regular dealer price lists. ANFIAA took strong steps to stop lie practice. Plant for Highway Safety Program in Arkansas Discussed LITTLE ROCK, June 30. (,P ( _ Plans for education and enforcement in an effort to reduce the highway death toll In Arkansas were discussed at a meeting called by Governor McMath yesterday. Don Hill, field representative of the National Safety Council, urged a full time office to direct the program. He estimated cost at between $25,000 and $10.000 yearly. An "outstanding weakness" at present Is an insufficient number of traffic patrolmen in the State Police Department. Hill said. Liquor Permits Granted LITTLE ROCK. June 30. fir,— The State Revenue Department has issued 19 new retail liquor sales permits, effective tomorrow. The 19 were authorized from between 50 and 10 applications. Batesville Police Chief Resigns after Shooting BATESVILLE. Ark. June 30. —Police Chief Earl Rider has submitted his resignation but is re- mnlnlng at request of the city Council until a "suitable" replacement Is found. Last week. Policemen Jess Long and Ernest Brookcrson were dismissed from the department after the fatal shooting ol Tom Williamson, 27. Long is charged with murder In Ihe death. Since then, an- olhcr officer has resigned. PAGE FIVE Leachville Soldier Qualifies for New Post Cpl. Howcrton rj. Mllligun, member of the 805 Transportation Army Marine Ship Repair Company in Yokohama, Japan, ha* re«ntl» qualified In the military occupational specialty of Hit fighter. He It the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. o. Milligan, of Rt. 2, Leachville, and entered the army in 1943. He ha* been In Japan nearly two year*. LOOK!. Guaranteed V COAL SAVE ON FUEL 10 DAY SALE • Guaranteed First Line Coal« Genuine Super Washed Zeif- ler Illinois, 6x3 Kfi Lamp Reg. $12.50 PER TON '995 For 10 Days Only Senator William Blount of Tennessee was named in the first im- lieachmenl proceedings before the Senate—in 179S—and the charges were dismissed for want of jurisdiction. - GOOD FOOD DRIVE TO SIMPSON'S CAFE \rk-Mo Slate Line A Cool Place lo Kill Sunday Special from 1 to 3 • Grapple Fish • Fried Chicken Dinner 75c • We Never Close • Alnluina Home Stoker or Lump 512.50 per ton. AH other Kracles and slws similarly reduced. These are delivered lirii-cs; however, we must luive your order within len dayi, with delivery lo Iw made at your convenience between now and October 15th. Dry Wood 5:i.95 Per Rank Highest Prices for Scnip Iron & Uallerles BLYTHEVILLE SCRAP METAL & COAL CO. PHONE 6372 to it that a" marriage doesn't drift' hlto interesting lives. They make into so much sameness. Men want thejn interesting, companionship and gaiety and fun in marriage, but most of them don't | do much on their own to further it. They believe they've done their The possibilities for leading an interesting life are there for everybody. The people who are bored just don't bother to get out oT their easy chairs to look for them Women's Li net (e BALLET This light summer shoe 1* of. fered in your choice of colors _ . . . white, blue polka dot, or 1 light blue. Sizes 4 lo 9. I A practical, washable, jay summer shoe . . . Choose from red, blue, .maize, white,, or multi-color. Women's Sandals 1.95 Be cool this summer in a p;iir of these pretty sandals- Kither in while or multicolor, .sizes 4 to 9. Men's & Boy's Baseball Shoes 4.95 & 6.95 WASHABLE SHOKS TOR YOUR CHILDREN KEDS Red, Blue, Brown, Multicolor S 2,95 Dine & Dance at THE SUPPER CLUB In South Osceola ORCHESTRA Every Friday Nighl O. C. 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