The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 30, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 30, 1947
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1947 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)', COURIER NEWS lolly wood Probe [o Be Sensational House Committee's Inquiry to Bare "Red Network" J3-Year-Old Girl Eats Normally For the First Time in 10 Years BY ROUND hOPSON | Ice cream and milk shake I.-Uer UiiHert Press Staff Correspondent she will be Riven solid foods BIRMINGHAM, 'Ala.. July 30. j, <UP)—Prettj' Emma Jean Key, 13, ~^- fipped a chocolate milk shake nvul cried softly. "Oil. its so good." And strawberry ice even better, she says Expensive 'Phone Call r.tlier American iieivv,rm>n .scltk'd the dfbt for about 515 in' YIAMl. Fla., July 3D. <U?>— It "" CHS '|; cost Lee Hills. miimiBtiiK editor of _ . . ~-— the Miami Herald exactly $1,2(10,001). •raining Snip Retired I to rail his office from" Ehnntjhal,' China. The toll was reckoned in. TAMPA. Fla.. July 30. (DPI — ln!U;ted Cilluivv cuiTim^y-. ' The Joseph Oonrail, n Ktiume-rlm;ed Hills. Icm-iiiR (lie Far l-Msl will) soiling vcssrl which ..served In the war its „ ship for Legislative Council ^^wr«x lj r ;« ta c? T °*"" K ™«* ^ »° tii-. Onn. i-irru-: HOCK, Avk., juiy w. Til.. Klllil Imlll I.. N,.... 'F 1 ,') ~. T! 1C 'VfSOIIllcl COtllllllHCC FAGB FlVfc of the Aiknnsas l.eiilsluUve Coun- w ;f iu,r <hout!\''r ^a ^ rsr T" uve , com - Uo displayed l>y 1 he Marine ills-1 .."' " U ' 1 1 llt11 ' Aut <' '» to «>n- torinil Association In the Ni>»v elded |o wall until later bcY-re making n final decision, elite Hep. 'James B. Campbell'oj'Hot' Springi.s president of the council,' icted' as chairman ol the committee yesterday. , .. nv «^II*VT,II T\nrxi«^T ""u ..v,«..«^..j nt cream Is l»ri,» n .i i. oV»/J , .. rve " beltcr ' she stt >'S' 1'l>e blond • WA«:mvr^l-r?v! Correspondent) blue-eyed girl of Skimierville near , w«^.iiiMiIpN, July 30. iL'P)— Oz.irk is remcnibering for thc first House UnAincncan Activities time how wonderful-It Is lo eat pmimttcc expecU its invratigation , For 10 _ vei , rs Enlma j e . l;i m^V Communism in Hollywootl to ex- , lormll | i[ fe _ except for eating, a -Red ;;ct\vork" running Durinst , this time she was fed prom top to bottom in the film through n tube penetrating thc dustry, it was disposed today. | wa | ls o f her stomach. i Rioliard M. Nixson, R.. Cal.. 1 she miued Die greatest jay of i the public hearings slated to childhood, that of eating candy [^underway in Washington Sept. and the other nice things children will be sensational." A parade c.ry for. i to[j-nct=h ac'icrs, writers and -\Vhcii she was three years old firoauctrs will testify. slit swallowed a lye solution that 'Mxon. a mcniter of thc commit- burned her throat nnrt esophagus. |ce, said it will Identify by name A short time later the esophagus •ose persons in 'Hollywood who closed completely. | e tied in with Communist acli- The lube, which was strapped to •'flies, it now has a group of spe- the skin on her body, permitted |:ial inves'.igators at work on the her to RO lo school and play like IVcst Coast collecting evidence for any oilier child. She's even normal |hc hearings. in'height and weight. | committee's best weapon .But her parents. Mr. and Mis. tgainst Communism in thc movies. Comer K Key. wanted their daughter lie said. :s exposure. He said some to be completely normal—to enjoy producers already are "jittery" for eating again. le'ai thc committee will disclose After consisting a surgeon on of their fhigli-caid stars as the staff o( the (Alabama Medical |ellow travelers and thus kill their Cc.'.lese here, they agreed on an office appeal. operation. iNixson said the investigations Surgeons collapsed a lun» and ould disclose that sc-me of the moved the stomach up into thc [top people" in Hollywood nre en- left chest. The short oueii part of faged in Communist avticities al- the esophagus was then tied to hough they arc not necessarily^ trie stomach and the lung revived. ] That was ia week ago. Saturday atumally known. of the Jigger stars Iclved in this are more parlor pinks |han they are active Communists." said. "\v- wmu lo get at thc eal people behind this." .'Nixon said committee members liave become increasingly concern- Id with pro-Communist lines and equenccs which 1ms been 'slipped same motion pictures. ''In case of another depression 1!>32." Nixon .said, "We don't ant the Co:iMiiunisLs to be in a osition to stir up the people hrciigh this important medium |or influencing public opinion." Tiie committee win tee off its Investigation with testimony by povie songwriter -Hans Eisler f/der/y Pedestrian Dies following Freak Accident ITTTflE HCCIC, Ark.. July 30. • UP)— Little Rock has chalked up >s third -traffic fatality of the •ear. followine th c dejilli yesterday If E'mcr E. «ardv. 84-year-old pe- tcstrian. -Hardy died in a hospital To! owing injuries suffered in a re.-.k accident Saturday. ] Hardy was injured when two cars oihded, one which careened into fire hydrant and then into the pderly unaii. The driver of one of tic cars. George Drainer of Lille Ro:k, was arrested on a charge |f driving with 'bad brakes. Arkansas Barge Line feefcs Permit from ICC I CAMDEN. Ark.. July so. (UP)Che Port Arthur Towing Co. of _:inlta has asked the Interstate fcmnierce Commission for permis- ton to operate n barge line from Jen on the Ouachita River to Oilcans on the Mississippi. |nc - .uid Len Wardlaw own the , _ ' * Courier News Want Ads. Fmma Jc;m took t\i-o .sips of \va-1 ter. Sunday she was given a little more and yesterday her first ice cream! Nurses say she cried softly tmt happily when she first tasted thc American Legion Names. New State Department Head LITTLE ROOK, Ark.. Ju'y 20. fUP) The Arkansas American Legion's executive committee will meet on Aug. 10 to review administrative appointments under the new- Arkansas Department administration. Thc new executive officers took office yesterday alter the balloting with closed this year's three-day state Legion convent-ion. fTlie nev, oiftcers are Leonard Mood.v of Marianna. a veteran of two World Wars, -Arkansas Department commander; Frank E. McAnear of Clarksville, first vice commander; w. W. 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