The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 2, 1953 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 2, 1953
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' PAGE TWO BLYTHKVILI.E. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Arkansas News Briefs— Bill Aimed at Truck Damage To State Highways Introduced . , By Tlifi Associated I'rcss LITTLE ROCK — A bill to make "big out-of-stato trucks pay for damages to Arkansas highways" by forcing (he truckers to buy 'tags or pay a ton-mile lax will be Introduced in the House today. Rep. Robert HnKey of Jackson County, who said he will present 'tliD mcnsure, indicated his proposal would not mcel with the approval of the trucking industry. Harvey explained that the truckers say It will break reciprocal agreements with other states. The agreements now enable Arkansas truckers to use highways of other states without buying licenses from those slates. Hutchinsan to Head A & M MONTICELLO — James H. Hutchinson, dean of Arkansas College here since 1827, has been named acting president.. He will serve during Ihe absence of Horace Thompson who was appointed state Revenue Commissioner. Arkansas 4-H'ers Are Honored MEMPHIS — Two Arkansas were presented awards in the Tri- State 4-H Cluti Personality Improvement Contest here Saturday. Dale Woocliel of Crockeils iiluff, Ark., was a top honor winner and received a 5-100 scholarship. ' fxm Alice Harris of Tuckennan, Ark., was cue ot four who Won 5200 scholarships. Mr. and Mrs. Heqd Face New Charges VIN1TA. Okla. — Mr. and Mrs. James W. Head, under Arkansas first degree nnirdcr charges In the death of their foster child, also are under Oklahoma charges of child abandonment. Asst. County Ally.. Paul O. Sims filed the charges Saturday m connection with Head's statement as quoted by Prosecutor j. n. need of Lonokc, Ark., that Mrs. Head left, a baby girl here In 10 lo! Sims salt) an investigation, started titter Arkansas authorities forwarded the reported statement, Indicated a child found In a vinlla hotel was left here by Ihe couple. He snlri the baby later died In a Oklahoma hospital of an Intestinal disorder. Fox's New Cinemascope Will Let 'Back Rowers 7 Kiss Marilyn Morrroe By GENE IIANIISAKKK HOLLYWOOD Ml _ Twentieth Century-Pox Is converting al once to" a big new photographic and sound system so realistic, n spokesman says, "a guy In the. eighth row can Vlss Marilyn Monroe." The, device Is called Cinema- scone. It creates a third-dimension Illusion, the studio announced yesterday, and .presages an era "as far-reaching as the. transfer from' silent pictures to sound In 1927." -'• Fox's method permits {liming in color and projection on a screen _2'/2 times ordinary size "so (is to .give almost lifelike animation to the players. This creates the same feeling'of audience participation as .attendance at a performance' by living players on the speaking . fitnge." Screens especially developed for extra brilliance may be any Icnsth desired lo .fit any theater. The screen used In tests at the slurtio Is 64 feel 'wide and 25 led high and curves Inward lo a depth ot five feet at Ihe center. "A theater like. New York's Roxy would use one 80 reel long," > the studio said. "Cinemascope Is a simple, Inexpensive color film device which simulates third dimension lo the extenl that objects and actors seem' to be part of Ihe, audience. Us stereophonic sound Imparts additional lifelike quality as it moves across the screen with the action. Available for All Studios "Cinemascope will be inade available to all studios, producers and theaters in the United States and to producers and theaters throughout the world as soon as additional equipment can be manufactured." Fox announced the first Cinema- scope film in color. "The Robe." based on Lloyd C. Douglas' novel, goes Into production Feb. 16, with world-wide premiers planned for Oct. 1. Meanwhile, three-dimension pro- dimllon Is spreading through other Etudlos. Producers Dill Pine nnd Hill Thomas are shooting "SanRaree" In n two-camera. 3-D system developed by their releasing slutllo Paramount. It requires viewers to wear polarized spcctaples to gel n tlirce-dlmeiisjonnl effect. So does the Natural Vision system, first used with'the film "Hwnna Devil.' which drew $212.000 worth of bllsl less In n four-week run here a Christmas. Warner Brothers Is shooting "IJouso of Wax" In Natural Vision. Columbia starts "Fort Tlcon- rterpga" In the same system In a week. MOM, wllh n s'lmllar sys- _tern of its own, starts Its first 3-D film, n Western, In three weeks. Universal.International 1.-, working on n system of Its owti. ox says Cinemascope requires no spectacles for ' viewers. The method needs only one standard camera and projector, witli spe clnl lenses to create wide - angl( scenes. Cinerama, now on puWIg view ii New York Clly, uses three camera: and three projectors. MONDAY/FEE. 2, 1938 MICRO-VILLAIN—I I Hie flu IKIS fiftl you down, Ihc villain responsible may IA' Die lumps pic'luri'il above. It's Hie first photo of flu virus, enlarged .10.001) diameters by nn. electron microscope al !'..rke-Dnvis Diug Co., Detmil This Type A called the "Conlcy" slr.iin. ,-idcr I'vt Conlc% from whom il was oM;ii;ied at Frut Ldinanl Wood, Mo. - " u % _. TO "A NEW, LIBERATED EGYPT"-C6lebmting six months as t 6 yp s premier. Gen. Mohammed Nafiuib, re.-illirms his loyalty '" ""'""t, as he addresses n «-ro-.vcl of 100,000 gathered in Cairo's Libcily Square. • . to A reversed washer lias been found n practical air-coiidit'onlnt' unit where water shortages make it desirable to crm.smiie us little writer as possible in eoo!in<; s;--.! tetns. Tlio reversed washer Is merely a slamlard air \ \vl\lch, las'.eiul ot coaling air, cools water and discharges warm nir. CROUPY COUGHS* rtfff&i •toil.nui ^*. relieved with FIRST SWALLOW 'of DR. DRAKE'S State's Violent Death Toll-26 Three Men Drown In Farm Pond Near Benton, Ark. By The Associated Press At least 26 persons died violently n Arkansas during the past week —16 In traffic accidents, The latest reported fatalities dur- ng Ihe week ending last midnight ncludcd the deaths of three men ! ^otlnd In a car submerged In a | farm, pond; two persons (n a 2-car' collision, one In a car-train accl-' dent, and one In a car-truck collision, . State Police at Little Rock Bald he bodies of three men were found In a farm pond near Benton last; nistit by Mr. and Mrs. Billy Sulli- j van. | Trooper olen Mlston Identified ihe men as T. L. Oglesby. about 35; Henry V. Cox, about 37. both of Bryant, and C. C. Stukey, about i 10. of Benton. < ', The trooper said It Is believed the . car hi which the" men were riding left the road, traveled 33 feet along the pond embankment and into the pond. Two persons died in a 2,-car wre-k near Magnolia. Deputy siicr- Iff W. O. Furlow Identified the victims M Mrs, Everett Picket! of Benton, La., and Nobel Pasc, 35. of Waldo, Ark. He said Plckctt. mayor of the Louisiana city, was injured seriously and a passenger In the car with Page. Boh Pasehel of Magnolia, was hurt. i Pete Lawrence of Swlfton war killed yesterday In a truck-car wreck near Swlfton. Sheriff Jake Winnlngham said the 04-year-old farmer was thrown from his car beneath the truck's wheels by ihe impact of the collision. Mrs. Homer Eaves of Gentrv died In a car-train collision at Gentry. Slate Trooper Leonard Jones salt' Hie car In which she was riding was dragged some 200 yards by the passenger train. Murder Trial ' Starts for Negro STCTTGART ffl; —A 21-year-old Neero goes on trljl here today on first degree murder charges filed In connection with the slaying of an elderly night watchman. Umnle Cooper Jr. Is charged In the death of Prank Bowman, 11, found beaftii to death here last May. Moslem Divorces Couse Probe SINGAPORE (/!') — Divorce is so widespread among" colony Moslems that, the Moslem Advisory Board has appointed a committee to probe the matter and revise Moslem laws. year. Of. 2.001 Moslem marriage! between January and September, 1,110 ended In divorce. The committee is also understood to b« looking Into the problem of the age at which Moslem girls get married. 1 \ . Hay put up with a high moisture content will lose its carotene more the matter and revise Moslem laws, content will lose its carotene more Over 50 per cent of Moslem mar- readily than hay with a low mols- rlages ended (n divorce so far this lure content. Only thing Chinese about chop suey is the name, which means "miscellaneous pieces." The dish originated in the United.States. "I CAN EAT ANYTHING NOW!" So writes R. \V. WINDROW al Hockdale, Tennessee, after using DR. 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After the blaze wail' out. he said he didn't know Ills 'truck was burning until a pedestrian shouted at him. 666 UOUID OR TABifTS IS YOUR ANSWER TO COLDS'MISERIES F RE E HEARING COUNSEL AT HOTEL NOBLE in BLYTHEVILLE FEB.3&4', Feb. 3d from 1:00 pm to 8:00 pm Feb. 41U from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm ROY ANDREWS, hearing aid specialist of Cape Gi- rardeati, announces a free hearing counsel and the opening of a new TELEX SERVICE In Mississippi and nearby counties- Come in and meet (he Telex consultant, Mrs H. L. Harp of Wytheville. Have your hearing tested free by Mr. Andrews. See (he new TELEX TRANSISTOR hearing aid (hat saves "P to 510.00 per year in hatterv cost. Al! makes of msfriimenfs will be tested without charge. Cords, batteries and other supplies on hand for all makes of nearing aids. ANDREWS HEARING CENTER Telex Distributor Mrs. H. L. Harp, Local Consulfant Phone -M48 910 Walnut Blytheville eautiful and insured! Yes, it's a Ijogutiful fur and it's insured by one of our all Risk Fur Floater Policies. If you don't have Ibis coverage on your valuable fur coal, come in and sec us NOW! You'll be glad you did. INSURANCE DEPARTMENT - G. 11. UOliSON, Manager TPvUST COMPANY The Oldest Bonk In Mississippi County "TIME THIRD — PANIC TESTED" K.D.I.C.—SIO.OOO Kach Deposit Stembcr Federal Reserve Sjstem Insist on the Best . . . Ask For PURNELL'S PRIDE The Mid-Soul's Only U.S. Graded , and U.S. Inspected FRYING CHICKEN Ask for them by name At your Favorite Food Store Distributed by NUNN PROVISION CO. Hl.vllicrille, Ark. See "Pride of Ilic Southland" W.lfCT 10 A.JI. Saturday Kellev's j Last Call In Our Gigantic SHOE SALE Some Spring Shoes Included In This Sale! Be Sure To Get Here In Tim eFor. 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