The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 17, 1952 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 17, 1952
Page 6
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Officers Seek Motive" hi Young Pair's Death WAS VEGAS, Nev. W) — Puzzled officers conceded ]flte yesterday they haven't the slightest hint oi A motive in the of a happy young couple, apparently with everything to live for, who u - ere found shot to death in a lavish hotel penthouse. Dead are Adrian Lionel Ororinlck, 19, son of a New York clnthing manufacturer, and Betty M. Baron, 25, of Los Anpeles. Sheriff's deputies put down the doubte deaths in the Flamingo hn- tel as murder and suicide, although no notes were found. They said apparently the two were honeymooning, although they could find nn record of their marriage. Friends and families had planned a formal wedding next Tuesday in -Beverly Hills, Calif. Falhrr Recalls Promises By telephone from New York the youth's father, Manuel Orod-! nick, told deputies his son had i moved to Los Angeles a few weeks; ago in anticipation of the marriage, and that he soon was to! go into the Army. The senior Grod-! nick added that he had promised | the couple a new home, ft n e w | C?'3Hlac and a month's trip to the ; Virgin Islands as * wedding pres- : ent. ; Miss Baron was the daughter nf William Haron, Lo.s Angeles apartment house manager, and was a graduate of UCLA in 1049, Her parents and brother, Stanley, arrived today from L/>s Angeles. The elder Grodnirk was reported 'lying from New York. Young C.rodnick had left fl call for 1:15 a.m. yesierriny. deputies re;x>rted. He didn't answer, a n d hotel employes assumed he already had left ilie room. It was 1 a t <• afternoon before they, broke in through an adjoining penthouse If find tlic ixidir.s, lying nude on fop of the bed. The door to thpir $35- a-day suite was chainloeked from the inside. Girl till Twlr* Mlw= B:iron hart been wnundrd once, superficially near the hnir line ,lheri shot In the head. One bullet in the head killed Grorinick. Hotel employes and other guests .^airi they saw niA, n sign of trouble hniween the pair. They didn't drink cltrin'l gamble, hut .spont many hours holding hnncts at the swimming pool. Arkansas Replaces Korean 'Relief' SOMEWHERE IN KOREA (/Pi— , SFC Herbert White? returned In Ko- | rea for his second tour and replaced | the man who had relieved him. I White, ol Little Hock, Ark., re-! Joined his old outfit, the heavy | mortar company. First Battalion. ( 27th nfantry Regiment, 25th .Division. He took over his old platoon And relieved SFC John R. Harris. Moline, 111., who had replaced him nine months earlier. '•I just don't like stateside soldiering," he said. But White intends to get out of Mhe Army when his enlistment Is up in March and return to his wife, Truman Appeals For Blood Donors PHILADELPHIA W) — President Truman issued n new appeal yesterday for blood donations, saying the reserve Kupplies sire dangerously low. In a prepared speech to the American Hospital Association, the President asserted: "The supply of blood needed for our troops in Korea, for the pn- Ments in your hospitals here at home, and for civil defense reserves Is dangerously low. I appeal again to every American to give blood It he can." who works for Hndlo Station KWFC In Hot Springs. Ark. There's No Autumn t In fern's Lives, But Others Are There LONG BRANCH, N. J. UPy—k. glance at the new Monmouth County telephone directory listings for Long Branch produced this Information today: ArthMr Perrl lives on Spring Street. Miss M. Perrl lives on Summer Street. S. A. Perrl lives on Winter Street. There is no Autumn Street In Long Branch. The Metodlus Hirer In Central Oregon flows straight out of n mountain and is a full-fledged river from the start. Eisenhower Passes Acid Test in Kissing 1st Baby of Campaign OTTAWA. III. lm— Gen. Dn'lght D. Eisenhower pnssrd the acid test Monday ns a presidential campaigner—he kissed a baby. But ihn baby — S-month*-oM Billy Salome — was asleep and didn't know il. The Republican , presidential nominee u-as walking from his campalcn cnr to a stand (or a wlilstle-stop talk ns he passed Mrs. Ronald Salome. He planted a sklss on the forehead of Billy, asleen m her arms. Billy wore a MR "I Like Ike" button pinned on his shirt. WARNING OR1)F,R In Ihe Chancery Cnurl, Chiclcn- sawha District, Mississippi Counly, Arkansas. Flora Jean Wadley, Ptf. vs. No. 12,154 J. E. Wadley, Dft. The defendant. J. E. Wadley. Is hereby warned to appear wl'thln thirty days In the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Flora Jean Wadley. Dated this 23 day o[ August. 195.. Harvey Morris, clerk By Laverne Ball. D. C. C. F. Cooper, fltty. for ptf. Ed B. Cook, atty. ad lltem. 8]27-0;3-10-n better bis^its with Hut&o * Thursday * Saturday * Friday * Sunday EVERY AFTERNOON 2 p,m, Thrills Galore! BLYTnEVILLK- (AKK.) COURIER NKWS Tonight at Your Las! WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17, 1933 P.M nce to See Ills! Fun for All! N.E, Arkansas District FAIR Ozark Mountain Folks -^ Mutual Network Performers Direct from Cincinnati HG GRANDSTAND SHOW L-FRL- SAT. NIGHTS p.m. at the N.E. Arkansas Disiricl Fair Fun for the entire family on the Midway! Sh ows REE High RIDES SHOWS * FUN FOR ALL * Thursday Is District FFA Day! All FFA Members Admitted FREE * * * * * * *' * Friday Ss Kids Day! All Kids Admitted FREE KIDS DAY & FFA DAY SPECIAL AH Kills and KKA members will lie permit led lo buy coupon bonk* K'»"l for \'i rides or shmvs for only $1 on Iheir day . . . books will lie good till 5 p.m. on their day. 1 " . <

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