The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 20, 1951 · Page 22
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 22

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 20, 1951
Page 22
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PAGE TWENTY-TWO. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS DiSalle Would Quit Job To Be Home with Family WASHINGTON, Sept. 20. W(— Price Director Michael V. DiSalle raid yesterday lie has told President Truman he u - outd like to quit his Job and "get back to Toledo to my /amity as soon AS (he price stabilization program is fully organized and rolling." DiSalle said he made the statement, to tile President during- » Rita Alarmed Over Threats Children Guarded Against Kidnapping LOS ANGELES, Sept. 20. UPi— Rita Hayworth, alarmed by anon- j'tnous kidnap threats, has hired detectives to guard her 19-monlh- old daughter Yasmln. the Los Angeles Times reports. The child's father is Moslem Prince Aly Kahn. whom Miss Hay- worlh is in Reno to divorce. The Times satd in a story last night that the actress' Hollywood friends ascribe the threat* to the fact she Is seeking a large financial settleml'iit for Yasmin. The guards were said to be hand picked men who are never out of sight of the girl. Also being closely watched is Rita's other daughter. Rebecca, born of her previous marriage to actor Orson Welles. The actress' friends in Paris say she has written them that she is in constant dre/id of a possible kidnapping. Miss Hayworth returned to this country from Europe last April and three weeks later announced she had separated from Prince Aly. They were married in 1949. visit to the While House recently. "( to!d the President that when Dec. 12 comes around, I will hove been in Washington a year and lhat is a long time to be away from my wife and five children." DiSalle told a reporter. "I'd like to get back there when the time is right." He added that he mentioned no specific date for his possible resignation. DiSalle said Mr, Truman was reluctant to discuss the matter and it was dropped there. DiSalle did issue a statement, however, saying Columnist Drew Pearson was "shockingly erroneous" In reporting today that Mr. Truman had called Governor Prank Lausche of Ohio a "counterfeit" Democrat. DiSalle added that "the President has never in my presence made any derogatory remark about Governor LaiiEche." Pearson satd DiSalle talked with Mr. Truman at the White House recently about plans to resign Dec. Tone's Hospital Stay May End Within Week If 'No Complications' HOLLYWOOD, Sept. 20. w> — -Franchot Tone may get out of the hospital within a week if there are no complications from the beating he absorbed last Friday. Tone's doclors have removed some of the bandages frnm his face, which was pounded into a bloody pulp by actor Tom Neal, his rival for the affections of the Indecisive Barbara Pa.vt.on. The rim of the Dead Sea Is the lowest land surface on earth. Prison Inmate's Migraine Headaches Land Him 29 Days in Solitary Cell SAN QUENTIN, Calif., Sept. 20, (API—San Quentin Prison's disciplinary committee has prescribed 29 days in solitary for Inmate James Ooslnski's migrant headache. "Migraine headache, do not awoke." said the sign prison guards found on the 27-year old inmate's cell door. Disregarding the Injunction, they entered and found a dummy KidneySlow-Down May Bring \ } Restless Nights When ktilney function ilows ttnwn, many folk* complain of ni^glne backache, hcnrf. RcneB, rlitzineas and loss fit pep anil energy* Don't flutter reatlcii night* with thea« rlls- eomforta If reduced ktilney function [j get- finir you ijoivn—due to nuclr common cauiea as stress Rnd nt.-nLn, over-exertion or exjio- lure lo cold, Minnr bladder irritations ttii* in cold or wron* Jtct may came EetlEna up nlghta or frequent paiKnir«B, Don't neglect your ktdncyj If thr«* ronfil- Itoni hr>lher you. Try Doan'j PllJa-a mild iliureUc. 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