The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 2, 1955 · Page 9
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1955 BLYTHFVH.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINB Some Federal School Aid Seems Almost a Certainty By JAMES MARI.OW Associated Tress News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) — Some kind of federal aid for education — probably for building public schools — seems certain in 1956. There are practical and political reasons for thinking so. Muni Returns To Broadway NEW YORK W)—Paul Muni re- lumed last night to Ills slmTing role in the Broadway play "Inherit the Wind," which he had to leave three months ago for an eye operation. He received a thunderous ovation 1. Schools are needed and the i Folsom, making one of the final stales by themselves lire not build-[-speeches, carefully pointed out lie had spoken with Eisenhower yes- them. 2. The President's While House I terday and added: "The federal Conference on Education last night approved by a 2-1 margin the idea of federal aid (or public schools. 3. President Eisenhower's secretary of health, education and welfare. Marion B. Folsom, made it clear last night the administration would push such a program. 4.The Democrats' Senate leader. Lyndon Johnson of Texas, already has promised lhat federal aid for school construction would be R primary goal of his party ini the Senate. 5. Both parties have a sound reason to vote federal aid: the conference action demonstrated wide public support for it and 195G is a big election year. Surprised Skeptics . The conference, which brought between 1.800 and 2.000 men and women here from all 48 states, surprised the skeptics by its action last night. Before the conference opened Monday there was widespread doubt any solid agreement could come from so many people with so many different backgrounds. Explosions, perhaps enough to wreck the conference, would not have been unexpected. The opposite happened. In some of its other reports that the conference was wishy-washy, issued platitudes, and overworked the obvious. Not last night's report on federal aid. It was terse, positive, and faced the issue. government must help raise some of the funds for the buildings." Administration Ready He went further than that a moment later by making it clear the administration was already planning to ask Congress to vote federal aid for he said that "in designing a federal proposal we are bearing in mind" certain principles. One of them was that: "Federal assistance, while nationwide in scope, benei'iling all states, should be distributed according to need." This was not a new idea. It had been batted around before in Congress, which never could make up its mind on federal aid at all. But Folsom and the administration were right in stop with the conference's thinking. Its repor was finished and available a few hours before Folsom made the same point as the conference: "All states should be eligible for federal funds but only on Ihe basis of demonstrated needs." when he iiist appeared on stage ill his portrayal of lawyer Clarence Darro'.i in the drama based on the Scopes "monkey" trial 30 years ago III Dayton, Tcnii. Muni left the cast Aug. 29 because of an eye tumor. His ieft eje was removed. ft wits announced last night that Melvyn Douglas, who pinch-hit tor Muni, will star in a Chicago production of the same play. Winchell's Daughter Seeks Divorce LOS ANGELES I/I")—Former New York actress Walda Winchell sued hotel chain owner Hyatt R. Von Dehn for separate maintenance yesterday and shortly afterward lie filed a divorce suit against her. They were wed July 29. Miss Winchell, daughter of New York columnist Walter Winchell, charged Von Dehn with cruelty, asked for reasonable support, division of community property and an order restraining him Irom disposing of assets. Von Dehn also charged cruelly. He said they separated Oct. 7, while she fixed the date as Nov. 27. Von Dehn is 40, Miss Winchell 28, Von Dehn waf, divorced by singer Ginny Simrns in 1952 and Miss Seeks Divorce LOS ANGELES «•)—Dress designer Marusia has filed a suit for divorce against Polish Prince Nicholas Toumanoff. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Winchell's marriage to an art student, William F. Lawless, was annulled in 1948. Any way you look at it Linda Darnell Seeks Divorce EL PASO. Tex. Wi—Mexican attorneys for movie actress Linda Darnell have announced she would file divorce proceedings against her husband, Philu'p Liebmann, in the first civil court of Juarez, Mexico, today. Reached at the San Antonio hotel in Juarez, across the, Rio Grande from this border city, Miss Darnell told the El Paso Times she was there for business purposes "which I prefer not to discuss." The Mexican attorneys told the Times Miss Darnell will ask the divorce on grounds of incompatability. Miss Darnell. 32. and Liebmann, 40, president of Liebmann Brewery. Inc.. of New York City, were married In February, 1954. SHE'S TOO fnUCH - O^> Britain's Rochclle Lolling has plenty of everything—except ;• job. Thai's because chorus girls threaten lo walk uut of a production rathe:- thin ;nce SUL.I competition. Once Rochclle. who measures 4-1-^3-30, WL.C odered a part in a mo\ie, but the jealous le:i..ing lady rciuseu to work with her. She pu^ed for this photo in London. EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone 2-2015 WE'VE GOT IT! Over 33,000 different items in stock! HUBBARD H AR DWARE Crazed Miner Kills Two Doctors Then Blows Himself to Bits BRISBANE, Australia W)—Police four doctors over an imaginary back believe a crazed German-born mln- I ailment. When they refused to give who killed two surgeons and | him a conpensation certificate, he unded a third yesterday before sent them threatening letters in re- blowing himself up was enraged because the doctors would not certify an Imaginary ailment. The assailant, Karl Siegfried Kast, 39. swept through the doctors' adjoining offices, firing a .38-caliber revolver and scattering homemade gelignite bombs. Then he locked himself In the office of a fourth doctor who had eluded him, shot himself through the head and blew himself up with a bomb thrust into his waistband. Kast killed Doctors Arthur Vincent Meehan, 67, and Andrew Rns- sel Murray, 46. He pumped three bullets into Dr. George Joseph Gallagher, 35. cent weeks. Illegal Parking Is Overlooked BOSTON ilfi — Police ordered a tow truck to remove an auto parked illegally outside City Hall. As the tow truck began its operations, the car's driver raced out of City Hall and explained he was picking up the city paymaster to deliver police pay checks to police headquarters. "This is one we can't afford to tow away." said the policeman as Police said Kast had consulted the | he ordered the tow truck off. give •rye More taste More flavor More bouquet Gkmnote KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON . WHISKEY • 86 PROOF In the Beautiful Holiday Decanter (at same price as regular bottle) 28 4/5 Qt. It's the same wonderful Glenmore that's also sold in the regular bottle. CLENMOKE DISTILLERIES COMPANY, LOUIIVILH. KEHTUCKY "Where Perfection, oj Product is Tradition" Most Power—up to 44% more usable power (net horsepower) than any other pickup! Fastest getaway. Most power for passing . . , smooth, flexible power for easier, safer maneuvering in traffic. You have a choice of engines-167-h.p. Y-8 or 133-h.p. Six. Only Ford offers modern Short Stroke power in every engine at no extra cost. (Work-saving Fordomatic, optional.) Most Capacity— new 8-ft. Express body gives you biggest loadspace of any half-tonner—f>5A cu. ft. (up to 19 more cu. ft. than other pickups). Low loading height saves time and effort. Reinforced box corners give extra strength; slanting flareboards mean extra loadspace; exclusive toggle-type latches provide easy operation of tailgate. (8-ft. tjoi available at low extra cost.) The new FORD gives you the most Pickup for your money Most Safety Features—with safely design found in no other truck. Only in a "56 Ford will you find such safety features as the new Lifeguard steering wheel that helps protect driver from steering post in case of an accident; and Lifeguard door latches that help keep doors from jarring open in the event of collision. Also biggest brakes in the J^-ton field. Safer tubeless tires are now standard on all Ford Trucks, at no extra cost. See your Ford Dealer for a proit. it ^oursdf ride' today PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Broadway & Chickasawba PKone 3-4453 Make EVERY day SAFE DRIVING DAY ERE IS SOMETHING^ FOR YOU IN THE ARMY RESERVE Extra hercfils such as valuable 1 raining pay for drill periods and Ihe pride (hat comes with serving your country as part time sol- dier and full lime civilian. Contact the Unit Commander of the Army Reserve Unit near- est you today. Find out how you can actually become draft deferred by enlisting now for S years in (he Army Reserve. If you are a young man in high school between (he anes of 17 and 18'/ 2 ( you should contact your Reserve Unit Commander immediately. Begin this week enjoying the extra benefit* offered now by the U. S. Army Reserve. OOMtWftCw Maj. Ernest E. Bradley Det No. 1, MISO, 44, 4000 ARSU 917 Pecan Avenue Blythevillc, Arkansas

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