The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 25, 1947 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 25, 1947
Page 8
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,PAGE EIGHT BLTTHEVIIXE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1947 Russia'Probably' Made A-Bomb .But Mass Production Know-How, Skilled .Technicians Lacking Afo-L-l-l-l-l-l-NE! in lab mined ii 25 (UP)—Dr. Hans A. T. Bcmkft one of Gsrcntmy's leading atomic scientists, said today Hint Rus sia. has probably imada sonic experimental tvtcniic bo-nUn nratrries from uranium Southern Turkcjlnn. However, Bomkc doubted lha Russia had the skil'ed technicians specialists snd laboratory assis tants <ue:cssary for large scale pro duclioii. "TJic ir-iin question is how ton wilt .it take Ihnn folly to dcvelo a 1 large atca-.ic bcrr.b plant," h said. Bomke refugee! a Soviet offe ad\<anrcd tl-.-ou?h their leadii atomic physicist. Dr. Peter Kapltz to cbmft to Russia for atcmic wor He will 1-ive shcrtly for tl United States under t'.io U. •Army's scientist iminrt nrtwrnm. "The Russians undoubtedly kno fxactly how to ar.ake an nto bomb." he s».icl. ":-ut It likc'y \\ be' several y?ars before they pr<K''U^e enciip.h n^ wco The iRussians probably Invc r'o ty of uranium from Turkcsl and plenty of will) brai hi',', M'.ey lir.von't learned how deal practically with mass prodi ticn rroblems." State Seeking Use of 2 Blind Negro Women as Eye-Witnesses to Killing iTiB nocK, Ark., juiy 25. (UP) — The State of Arkansas t Uxlay to qualify two blind Ncgio women as "eye-witnesses" In the first degree murder trial at a blind 28-year-old Negro < n\in •Hie defendant. Ernest Amle. Is ;lmged In Pulnfkl Circuit Court with the pistol slaying last June C of the Rev. Calvin Eugene Williams, Nctjro minister, in the Harlem section of Little Rock, The only persons present at the shooting were Anna B. Miller and Clara Hayes Amlo pleaded not guilty In preliminary heating In LULIc Uock Municipal Court. Testimony disclosed, however, -that tlic defendant shot a .38 caliber revolver unerringly (our limes, the bullets striking Williams in tile 1 head, back, chest and hips. Amle said the minister threatened Cohen Resigns [ by state troopers to prevent any I outbreak of violence, Tirowu had barely escaped bclnn I lynched here on the night of Jim? I 30 after his arrest. Defense counsel, awolnled for | the Negro by the court, announced Hint the verdict would be appealed Ilcnjiiniln V. Cohen, right, liist of the original "brain trust" ot Hie early Roo.scvcH ndnnnislration, hns bowed out of the State Department with President Triiinnn'.s acceptance of his resignation as connector. To succeed him the President nominiilcil diaries K. Rohlcn, left, vet- on foreign service officer and the Slate Department' Russian expert. (NFCA Tclephuu,.) him with a flashlight, when an argument over a small loan eiulcil in fignt. While ficllins his haircut in the Senate barljor shop, Sen. Homer h. C-ipcliart ot Indiana, lends "The Diplomats" in close harmony. The Diplomats will compete in the national finals of the Society Vet Confesses" I- 1 Strangled Pretty Czech War Bride COI. OTJ/VUO, SPRINGS. Colo.. Jf'v 25 <UP>--Aulliorities said thcv \vlll file ivuvder charges today against David A .Dcnv.uey, 29. former Army bombardier who confessed strangling his pretty Czech war foridc. " Downev brok? down yesterday and confessed after being questioned toy nistticrltics for a week. .Be pdniitlrd that he kil'cd his J4-ye.-ir-o!d wife. I^oly. on a mountainside "in a fit of passion." He previciiTlM loki police she had s'ipped off n cliff but authorities contended flic died of strangulation, Downev said he cmimiiUcd itie slaying "on llic spur of tlic moment." - "We had been nrpu$!vs. p - be said. "We were a:wnvs arguing. She was a leftist and her ideas didn't jibe with mine. . "I had a rock the siz? of teacups .in my hand and struck her on.the lv>ck of the head. She fell .down and I put ;ny left »rn around her nnck and clicked her. •Downey said he placed her bod rn the mountr.'n £'opc where li first claimed she ;wd lal'.en. for the Preservation and Encouraficmonl of Uarljcr Shop Quartet bMn«ing in America, at-IillOiart. ind. Left lo riyht are: Hop liob- cr' A Grant, ot Indiana', Senator Capcliai't; Barber Dave Ilishly •itvl the "Diplomals"—Mark Bowslicr; Howard Cranford; Ldward, Place and J.nmcs Wakclielil. Sailor Charged With Murder of Officer's Wife TALL .TIMBERS. Md., July 23. <U!'> Navy authorities revca'cd yesterday that a paker - plsiyins! younf: sailoi' tins been turned over, to civilian authorities and charged| with the strangulation murder of Mrs. Julia ICatonu, 35-year old wife of a Navy officer. The nude and battered tody nf the victim was found in 'a IOR cabin near .her hc:ue later ycs- tcrday by IKT husband. Lt. Katona. "when he returned from 2-1-hour louj- of dntv lit nearby PaLiixent Naval Air Station. A few hours later. Navy authorities ai vested Seairan 2 c. Jusepli Dinic' •Boi'.'llcttc, 21. of Mancheste]', N. H-. who also is -slaltonc 1 '.! at iFatuxcnt. Cndr. O. S. Mirter, Patuxcnt |:ub]jc i-clJUicii.s officer, announced tcdav that Brcuillette wfis handed lo Miryland State Police ul Lcon- ardtown snortlv before Insi. iniri- nicht after in 1 admitted figh'.inf with Mrs. Kalona in l'ie cabin \vhere her toodv was fomul. He -snid f=he wj'.s "ap)3oren'.ly uiu-]]i- .scirus" \v3inn he ''eft lirr. . I3rcui!cl(c was ch;n:^cd with mur- dcr in a wari'atit. issut'd by a Leona rd t own mn ra te. He and another couple hud been Kuest.s nf Mrs. Katona Tncs- dav night in t\ penny-ante eamc. Mcgro, Who Narrowly Escaped Lynching, Is Convicted of Murder CARROLLTON, Ga . July 25 lUPt —A jury wliich dclibci'titcd I ciily six minutes today found a 22-year-old Negro. Eddie Brown. Sillily of murder. [In was sciilcncc-.l to die In the electric chair at ihn ! The courtroom where the brief] trial was held was heavily guarded I . much cooler inside The iy;:m'f will IK held at Norlh- i,id= 'Park in illayti. on Ausust 8th. nii'i also expected 'to attend is Wi'.'i-'u Clvde (Crown, maniis'cr of the Missouri F.uui Bureau Service Company. Mr. .Prilcheti is a native Mis- .vonrinn. born in Rails County. A IMissonfi University graduate. hL lias served ss secretary of tin. Kansas City Pure Milk Association, rs couiltv a^ctit. and in Ibe Soil Conservation E-arvice. lie is member of Hie Es-culive Commit- Icn nf the University of Missouri Alumni 'Association, and a past president of the Jefferson City Ho- larv Club. Notice to the Public: |1 have movctl my office tc|t \ Kothi-nck Drugstore ^ \ Or. C. E. Wilson \. ritchett to Attend arm Bureau Picnic C-AHU'I'HEKSVII.LE. Mo.. .J-ilv 25. 3c 'Pritchctt. secretary of the Mi.s- uri F?.nn I>iireau F^dc-mtiori. and cad of Its 01 Liiiiiiiitinn depart-1 lent, will ly.tcnd the fpemisroi. cunly P.-inn iDurcaii picnic ac- •crdinf; to an announcement ycs- erdnv bv J. II. Parrar. se:re't:iry the Pc:niscot Countv orgnnizn- 011. It - Britain's Princess Margaret makes a charming sailor lass as, garbed in uniform of the Sea .Rangers,'she reviews Girl Guides from all over Europe during their London parade. liokcr j J 11 i i I Hardware Mutual Insurance Company of Minnesota Large Dividend 5a%M!ij;s Low Net Cost Protection For Servl:e W. L. TAMKE ins »;. Davis St.. r. o. BO* m Phnne 2IS7 Bfvlhcvillc, Ark. i Just in Little Boy Aprons Infant Batiste Gowns TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 *~»>>>>~o»:»::»:»»:»:x»:» '. ^•^^V^^BI^^.t^Ty. •: • -^^-.^^^•i^^ ^*i g (guaranteed Watch Repair Prompt Service Expert Workmanship Lot Our Kxperlsikccp your walcli niniiiiig accurately and snioolhly . . . your satisfaction Kuarantcctl! 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So with hot weather ahead treat yourself lo a fine tropical worsted . . . it's good for you! The check, Sir? Very reasonable... $47.50 Other Summer Suits $40 H It's for A Man, Mead's Will Have it Air Conditioned — for Your Comfort

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