The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 14, 1949 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 14, 1949
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THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1949 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FACT THRU [iller Suspects fer Testimony Lonely Hearts Case In New York Soon To Reach the Jury NEW YORK. July 14. CSV-A stale- nent in which Raymond Fernau- z, 34, alleged lonely hearts killer, of using "a tot of strength" to Kle Mrs. Janey fay, Albany r . l widow, was read to a Bronx iireme court Jury vpsterday. Fernandez and Mrs. Mavtha Beck 3, are on trial on first degree niur- ber charges in Ihe bludgeon-strangulation slaying of Mrs. Fay. The statement, purporlcdly m by Fernandez after lie and Mrs beck were arrested in Michigan, tolt ow Mrs. Beck had struck Mrs. Fa' wice on the head with a hamme and placed a scarf around he peck. Fernandez, the statement said Placed the hammer handle In th loop of the scarp and twisted it. I "I used a lot of strength to d |t," the statement said. A statement made by Mrs. Bee iras read Tuesday. The statement related that Mrs eck approached the victim as she neeled over a suitcase. "Next thing I knew I had the hammer In my hand and hit her," the statement said. "1 hit her and [she kind of fell sideways and was Jilil) moaning. 1 snid 'Ray,' and I hit her again." Fernandez appeared from another room and "took her by the khruat and tried to choke her," the tatement said, adding: "I am the one who got the scarf. Then I put the scarf around tier neck, and we turned her over be- jcause at that time—I can still hear the blood was dripping .dripping, "MISS PIGTAILS" USES HER HEAO-"Miss Piglails of 1919'' puts her prize winners to a practical purpose as 7-year-old Peter Mangclii uses them as reins. The winner, Anlonette Campanelli, was selected at a contest sponsored by the Children's Aid Society in New York. Just so Pete doesn't decide to "Whoa" everything is all right with Antonetle. Sebastian County Audit Shows $135701 Surplus LITTLE ROCK, July 14. «V~ Farm Bureau President To Address Stockmen FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., July 14 Sebastian County had a surplus of Wj—One of Arkansas' outstanding! Miners'3-Day Work Week Hit By Economist WASHINGTON, July 14— W,— John D. Clark, a White House advisor, yesterday cited to Congressional monopoly investigators the three-day work week that John L. Lewis has ordered for coal mining. He said It raises a fiucstion of anti-trust policy that they might consider. Clark is a member of the president's Council of Economic Advisers. He testified before a House Judiciary Committee which is making a general inquiry into monopolistic practices. It would violate anti-trust law Clark said, for coal mine oi>ern- Hons to get together and decide on a three-day work week, but Lewis and the United Mine Workers were able to put one in effect. Unions are exempt from anti-trust laws. Clark said the short work week is one of "many restrictive practices" by organized labor which result In limiting production. Increasing costs to producers and restraining competition. Chairman Celler (D-NY) hurt ruled against inclusion of labor unions in the mono[X)ly inquiry. He said lhal would Invade the juris- Ford Says Fourth Round Wage Hikes Would be Mistake NEW YORK, July H. (If; — Henry Ford 11 said yesterday on arriving fijm Europe it would be "a great mistake" to giant at this time demnnds of the CIO United Automobile Workers for a fourth- round wage boost. "We're going lo be in a buyers' market this fall and we can't keep prices down if wages go up," -said the youthful president of the Ford Motor Co. A fellow pnsscnRer on the liner Queen Elizabeth, James B. Carey, sccretary-li-o.iwmtov ot the CIO, disputed Ford's argument. "The only way to bring about a buyers' market is to assure adequate purchasing power to (he public," Carey said. "This does not apply now b*- cai'se of ?h juices. It Is possible as the whole history of Ford indi- cate*, to provide Increasing Mand- ard« of wage*, lower price: to the oiuumer and «t the same lime to give a bcller product to the market." Carey declared "substantial vafcc ncreases can he given now by erican industry and J\t the same hue consumer prices can be reduced." 5135,701 at the end of 1949, the agricultural leaders will be the] State Comptroller's office reported principal speaker at Hie livestock 1 diction of the House Labor Commit- yesterday. An audit of the county's affairs dripping. producers' .study day here July 28. Dr. L. S. Ellis, dean of the University of Arkansas College of Agri-1 subject for this committee." culture announced yesterday that; an agreement from Clark. tee. But Rep. Michcner (R-Mich), contending that "labor is a proper got Joe c. Hardin, of Grady, president "...The sound of it just sounded like it could be heard all over the ' show( , d the port Smith district sur. plus to be $63,245 and Ihe Green- The statement said the killing of wood District's $72,456. Mrs. Pay resulted from her demands; The auditor's reported the ac- for money she had entrusted to counts of all county officials were in Fernandez. I good condition. Michener said: "There Is no question that labor has monopoly in many Instances." YOUR MARKE' BASKET COMPLETE WITHOUT frisco Will Get 1948 ; National Safety Award ' CHICAGO. III.. July 14.—The St. I/ouis-Snn Francisco (Frisco) Railway Company will receive the Nn- .lonal Safety Council's Distinguished Service to Safety Award for 1948. Council President Ned II. Dearborn lias announced. The award is to be presented to Frisco President Clark Hungerford at Ihe railroad's general offices In St. Louis lalcr this month. 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