The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 3, 1953 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 3, 1953
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r PAGB TWO BT.YTITEVn.I.E (AKK.) COTTIER NEWS TTEDNESDAY, JUNK 8, 1998 i Campaign Tempo Quickens As Italy's Election Nears BOMB, Italy (AP) — Candidates stumping; lor next week's Italian preliminary elections criss-crossed the peninsula with unflagging Mai today as the campaign reaches its third from the lust day. After a brief pause Saturday to the neo-Pasclst MSI. cool off «nd think it over—the law siys campalRnlnK must end 24 hours before voting—an estimated 30 million Italians will troop to the polls Sunday and Monday lo choose among Premier Alclde de Gasperi's middle-of-the-road coalition, a ris- ini? right or a powerful left. The.voters will elect 590 members of the Chamber of Deputies and 231 senators from » list of 7,416 candidates. Palmir Togllattl, chief of the biggest Communist party this side of the Iron Curtain, told a crowd in Naples estimated at 75,000 "The United States promised that with her help South Italy will become n new California. It is a lie. De Gasperl's policy aims only at war. We want no more orders from America, to make, cannons." Pietro Nenni. head of Ihe Red- supporting Socialists, said in Genoa: "If the new relaxation in world tensions does not last, if a new crisis besets the world. Socialists will become the watchdogs of Italian neutrality." The 72-year-old De Gasperl, one of the campaign's hardest workers, made no formal speech yesterday but one of his top men, strong-arm Interior Minister Mario Scelba, spoke in his native Sicily. Perhaps significantly, he aimed his verbal "During the last five years more has been done to increase the living .standards of Southern Italy (lian citiriny; 20 years of fascism," he declared. Short Walkout Puts Shorts Over GULFPORT, Miss. f/P) — It was a short walkout for 63 telephone oper- ntors here — and the outcome was just as short. Local and IO«K distance operators now may wear shorts nt their work. The Southern Boll Telephone Company agreed to this yesterday in working out a ''heat relief" pro- pram with the CIO Communication Workers of America. CVVA oper-' ntors walked out Monday. I J REFUGEE—AND FRIEND-Dazedly clinsing lo his pet'dog alter n flash flood in Darmstadt, Germany, this boy sits in what used to be a room of his home, which wns partially wrecked by flood waters. No drownings occurred when a nearby river overflowed, but many rich farm plots were ripped up. fire nor at the Communists but at Notional Guard Of Hawaii to Fly To Maneuvers HICKMAN AIR FORCE BASE, Hawaii (fp) — Hawaii's National Guard 219th Regimental Combii t Team will fly to Its 1953 maneuvers on Cahu island In planes of the Military Air Transport Service. it will be the first time a complete National Guard regimental combat team has been transported by air to its summer encampment, the Air Force said. Nearly 2,100 fully equipped Guardsmen will be flown June 13 Jrom Hilo, Molokal snd Maul to Gahu by 18 transports. Emotions of Pregnant Woman May 'Mark' Her Unborn Child By ALTON I.. BLAKKSLEE Associated Press Science Reporter NEW YORK I,T< — A pregnant woman's emotions may really •mark" her unborn baby, making the child neurotic, Dr. William S. Kroger of Chicago said today. The infant may become predisposed to psychosomatic ailments, the complaints born of emotional upsets rather than actual physical trouble, he said. This kind of effect is not the same as the old wives' talcs that if a woman is frightened by a spider, for example, her baby will Casualties Identified "WASHINGTON W 1 )—The Defense Department today identified 40 casualties of the Korean War. The new list (No. 826) Included 5 killed, 25 wounded, 3 Injured accfdently, and 7, formerly listed ns mining, now identified as captured. Any Balloon Flyers? KENT, O. WV— Kent State University Is giving a course on how- to fly balloons. It's for anyone interested In becoming a blimp pilot. have birthmarks. It is something different. Kroger, gynecologist of the Chicago Medical School, was telling the American Medical Association convention of some psychosomatic aspects of gynecology and obstetrics. Recently, he said, scientists have found that various cllects from mother's physical and .hoallh can lastingly affect the growing embr«o. or unborn baby. May Reduce Fetus "In other words, disturbing maternal emotions and behavior may produce a neurotic fetus (unborn baby) with a predisposition toward a wide variety of psychosomatic diseases," he said. By present evidence, he said, the first few weeks or months of a baby's life are more importnn than any other period In shaping personality. Some specialists, Korger continued, think that bottle-feeding of ! baby may lead to psychosomatic aliments, that breast feeding is better, "I believe it manes little if any difference how or when a baby receives nutrition, as long as it is held and cuddled by a loving mother," he declared. Other scientists, he added, have found that harmful emotions are more important than hormone up- emotional sc ^ s j n producing spontaneous miscarriages or abortions in pregnant women. Further, he said, the placid Oriental women rarely suffer nausea and vomiting during pregnancy | But when women of these same NEIBUELL, Germany W) — Dr. racca become Westernized, thej Boethis Hansen failed to collect no su t (el . lliese troubles. Emotions, he added, can also pro- 'Safe' Driver Gets No Medal Hansen failed gold pin for driving 53 years without, tin nccident.. His car collided with a police vehicle eu route (a the ceremony. A Good Question CLEVELAND (7n — A woman cfll- led Hie newspaper Plain Denier with this question nfter sec I UK the coronation movies on television: Who's the atnr playing the Rirl? duce Infertility or Inability to conceive ft child. Real name of Coco, famed Bar num find Bnilcy circus clown, was George Hubert Herbert. He was n nntive of Calcutta, India, and joined circus life at the age of three. ', Read Courier News Classified Ads. A welcome service for i|ou: Colce at ijour service station What's easier than to drive in and pick up a case of Coke? No trouble at all... just say to tho attendant. "Put a Case in the IOTTUO UNOH AUTHOU COMMNY (T "Cok*" h 4 (.flVtlertd lrod..morV. COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF BLYTHEVILLE , THf CO^A-COIA NOTICE OF N'KW ESTATES ON WHICH ADMINISTRATION HAS BEEN COMMENCED Notice is hereby given that the following Is a list of estates upon •which Letters Testamentary or of Administration were granted during the month of May, 1953 with the date of the granting ut the letters and the name and address or the executor or administrator: No. 2183. Estate of Daisy Green, deceased. Letters testamentary issued to R. H. "Ted" Green. iOB S. Franklin, Blytheville, Arkansas, on May 1, 1953. No. 2184. Estate of Atlas O. H«ll deceased. Letters of AclmlnUttstlon Issued to A. BenJ. Mill, 1338 Htarn St., Blyllicvllle, ArktnsM, on M«y 1, 1953. No. 2185. Estate of T. A. RobltiMn deceased. Letters of Administration Issued to J«ck F. Robinson »nd Martha R. WMtsett, Blytheville Arkansas, on May 19, 1853. No. 218S. Estate of Andrew Jackson Hhoadu, deceased. Letters of Administration issued to Wtyne Spencer Rhoads, 403 E. Dtvto, Blytheville, Arkansas, on May 11, 1S63 Witness my hand and KRl as auch Clerk this the 2 day of June, 1953. ELIZABETH BLYTHE PARKER, County & Probate Cleric. By Felton Miles, DO NOTICE OF ACCOUNTS Or EXECUTORS AND AnMINlSTRATOKS FILED Notice is hereby given that during :he month of May, 1953, the'follow- ng accounts of Executors and Ad- nlnlstrators have been filed for set- .lement and confirmation In the ^robate Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County. Arcansas, and that such accounts with heir respective filing dates are, as 'ollows: No. 2122. Estate of Vldal Asebedo, deceased. First and Final report of \dron Russell filed May 19, 1853. No. 2148. Estate of R. M. Moody, deceased. First and Final report of Charlie Moody filed May 19, 1953. All persons interested in the set- lement of any of the above estates re warned to file exceptions there- o if any have they on or before the The Kids Will Lorn "Frosty" •Ixtltth day followlnr tht filing of the respective account, t a 11 i n ( which they will be birred forever from txceptlnf to the account!. Wltneis my hand and seal as such Clerk this the 1 day of June, 1953. ELIZABETH BLITHE PARKED County & probate Clerk. By Felton Mlle», DO. SAVE up to 20% on your AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Are you prepared to comply with th« new Arkansas Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility ACT which becomes effective June II, 1953? Protect yourself from loss of your drivers license, auto registration or security deposit if you are involved in an accident, by insuring your automobile with the Southern Fire and Casualty Company a* savings up to 20%, FOII DETAILS COMPLETE AND MAIL COUPON TODAY! 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