The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 16, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 16, 1947
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.'; WEDNESDAY, JULY 1C, 1947 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NKWS New Printing Process Used Test in Florida Satisfactory, Publishers Report NEW YORK, July 16. (UP) _ A ' revolutionary printing process which eliminates several steps in newspaper production has teen successfully used In Florida for several months, it was announced today. The process, designed to cut printing costs, eliminates tlic linotype machine, sterotyping and matrices, uses copy from a special typewriter for engraving on a inagnc- filum plate. A newspaper can be printed directly from the magnesium plates on any conventional press rotary or flatbed. The Lccsburg. FU, Commercial Ledger, a weekly, has been printed In this way for SL-vprai months developers of the process said.- The process was developed, by the William J. Higgin.i Co., whicr. announced liiat a.IdiVional technical Information on the new process. Installations made as soon «s production of the necessary composition and engraving machinery ).; completed- Jolin H. Perry, Jr., chairman of the board, and Parwell W. Perry, his brother, president, released the informatiin' on the new process. They also are executive officers of the Western Newspaper Union. To print the 12-page commercial Ledger, the copy was typed on an electromatic proportional spacing typewriter, manufactured by In- t*r-Nattonal Business Machines Corp. Headlines were set by photo- type, but typewriters to set heads also will be in production soon, It was reported. .The paper was then made up and each page engraved on a magnesium plate weighing less than a pound, in contrast to the 48 ppuncls of a conventional sterotype»plate. The plates were used on a Goss rotary press simultaneously with conventional plates for purposes of comparison. Composition errors and proofreading were completely eliminated by the photographic nature of the process, the announcement, said. The body type printing of the new process was completely legible, neat appearing, and could hardly be distinguished from that printed by the conventional process- The magnesium engraving permitted use of an unlimited number of pictures at no additional cost, and they were of high quality because the original engraving was the printing plate. Research -on the process was con- Survivors of Plane Crash Luis A. RadiU'iics, rluht, of New York City, comlovO; lins son, Jose, 3, in n Iios))it;i| in Melbourne, Fin., altei they were removed from the wreckage of :\ DCJ-3 ulrlinvr which crashed inlo n swamp near Melbourne. Twenty-one persons were killed in the crasli mid 15 were injured. Mrs. Rotlrlgucs iilso survived the crash, but another son perished. The plnim was en route from New York City to San Juan, Piiertc Rleo, (NBA Telephoto.) Flight From a Tree J. S. Presses Tax Charges Against Former Senator (NASHVILLE. Tonn,. July 1C,. .UD—RWHCI- u. S. SeiwlorGcoriic j. Kerry's Income U\x cvu.slu:i wus deferred today uuUl tho October term after Hie jjdvcni- nei-.t refused to ix'rmit the official to chniiBe his not guilty plea to nolo coiitcnderc. The switch \voulil hnve sillowcd immediate disposition of the>. Federal Judne F/inei 1 Diivic.s criticized Liu- government's poslilon saying Kn'. its refusul WI.IN "silly pro.TMtiiiR." Dnvlrs remarked Umt the f«ct that Berry "is a ninii of SOUK promtiiom-e might have somc-lliltii to do with it." Berry, president of l.hc Inter rational Pressmen and AsslslanU Union. i s flnrgrd with evading taxes amounting to approximately J20.000 ,fnr tho years 1033 to 1941 Inclusive, lie served in Congress In 1937-38. Rrllrrs With Mft SYDNEY, Austnilln (UP)— Wlicn Clairle Perkins retired utter OJKT- iiif on elevator at the Hun of Oraco Brothers elticc 1802; .*h* coinjxiny imvc lilm tho clc^Wor. A handsome Ulnl cage of ' metal scrolls and .cuvllcura, the llfti will be .used BK a «un houM on hir Iront lawn by Fwns 'Read Courier Newa \Wtnt Ada. VFW Members to Meet M-,m!>CTS of llnnt-Lloyd iTos 2270 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars will hold their weekly nieut- ii'.n tonight, ill 7:30 at the We ten- kinnp Cotton Co. office. University Board to Let Dormitory Contract FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.. July 10. I UP) — The bid of a Little Hock firm on the construction of a new- men's dormitory on 'the University of Arkansas campus will be presented for approval to the Board of Trustees next week. Seth E. Olcm and associates of Little Rock submitted the lowest of six bids. It was $750,500. The company promised lo complete the job in one year. Arkansan to Speak At Copenhagen Meeting 1 TITLE ROCK, Ark., July 16. <UP> Congressman Brooks Hays of Little Rock will go from Copenhagen, Denmark, to Wc-slcni Europe to study economic and political conditions. Hays is on his way to Copenhagen to speak at the first postwar meeting of the Baptist World Alliance. From Adams' RECORD BAR Dcsi Arna/—Through a Thousand Dreams "Desi Arna?—Mi Vida Tex Beneke—I Know Tex Beneke—The Blues of the Record Man Perry Como—Little Man You've Had a Busy Day Tommy Do racy—My Love for You Erskinc Hawkins—Coast to Coast Phil Harris -Necessity Wayne King -Smoke Gets in Your Eyes Sammy Kaye—I'm a Big Girl Now 'Vaughn Monroe—Shine On Harvest ; Moon 'Tony Martin- Ain'tcha Ever Com in' Back Charlie Spivak—Born to Be Blue Chharlie Spivak-Dancing in the Dark Artie Shaw—Star Dust RCA VICTOR RECORDS Tall Cypress trees at Cypress Gardens, Fin., serve as springboards for diving champion Skippy Fairb'rother. Bugsy S/ege/'s Red-Head Invites Underworld to Come 'Get Her' Flimsy, Immodest Attire Can Bring Trouble tor Girls, Policewoman'Says ATLANTIA. Oa., J»'y 1C. (UP)Two policewomen put it stmlxh lo .Mic cirls ((Klav — don't lempl taw-iibldiiir, men liv weaving "flimsy, immodest clulhlnr," because even they gel 'the "wronjc kind of ideas." Alarmed over increased crlmo-5 in Atlanta, Police Ohio! Hertevt Jenkins detailed ai squad of pollccwciv.>cn to be on the alwl for mnMhei's. Policewoman TJubv Barrett and Emily .Hart siild Umt sometime. 1 * Inadvertently it's the victim's, fault. "There arc too many scantily clad gin's on the streets itoday," the} said. "Flimsy, immodest clothing jm'e even a .resjiect^ble, l:\w-abid- ing man the'wrong kind of Ideas." wru BE GIAD TO TEH YOU WHAT ' WINES YOU NEED AND HOW TO SERVE THEM Foster's Liquor Stores Mr. Foster - Mrs. Foster 100 N. Broadway 107 W. Slain Phone Z36S . Phone 2127 First Quality Watch repaintr \ PARIS. July 16. (UP)—Hed-!iiir- ecl Virginia Htl>, who attempted suicide rather than continue her flight jfrctiv underworld killers, changed her jnind toclgy and defiantly announced i-hat "they can ccmc ahead—they'll find me 'here. Miss Hill, ex-girl friend of the murdered Benjamin (Bugsy) Sie- go\ told the ParLs edition of the New York 'Herald Tribune by telephone that she was at -the Lh 'Reserve Hotel in Beaulieu, on the French Riviera. "I read in the paper that two men >have come over here to shoot n\e." she said. 'They can came ahead—they'll find me. here." M1.5S Hill felt differently net so Ions; r i?o. Police at Nice dUo'oscrl ycstc-rday that she .swallowed whole tube of sleeping tablets a week ago. nnd was saved cnly when servants fcund her in a. se- r.loi:" condiiion and rushed her to .j private clinic. It was the second tiire that the shapely glarr.or girl -had taken an overdose of a'eeping tablets. The other time came immediately af- ler rfie and Siceel quf>iTel!ed in Li'G Vesas. iNcv.. where Uie Ionn2r New York underworld character built n mnlti-millian dollar casino, the Flamingo O'xib. Miss Hill, who usually seemed to .have a plentiful supply ol $1,003 ADAMS APPLIANCE Co. J. \V. Adams, Mgr. Phone 2071 206-08 W. Main bills from an unk no'.v-n source, g later left for France and it j s co n >a.f t"T wa i 1 ds till n t Si cgo'^—n n i June 20—was shot to deajii in her home in Beverly Hills, Gal. The] murder remains unsolved. f Beverly. H'.lls 'Police Chief C. II." Anderson, however, reported that gnngland assassins left for France early this month to kill Virginia. She had been da-ting a hy Prencliman and making all of the night clubs, but when riie -heard II I;t .sorr.ccne 'had put the Eingcr on 'her, she quietly checked out of iher Paris hclel and fled. Miss Hill 'bad professed to he •"ittle concerned with Sie^cl's fate, and dcclinecl to look at piettvres of -the gair/alcr's blcody corps?. After her latest onrounlrr with too 'many sleeping t-nblcl-s, she .'rft! •her Monte Carlo hotel A switch-1 ire! cpcrntcr at the Hotel T,a; Reserve in nearby Beaulicu said she checked in there under an assumed name. QUICK SERVICE • Low prices First quality materials GUARANTEED. ""*" "" All work by factory trained experli D H K I F U S :tiii wi.-ii um ducted at the Higgins plant at Ocala, F'la., where the process was named the pcrry-IIiggins printing process. William J. Higgins Is executive vice president of thc.coai- nany. 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