The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 9, 1956 · Page 5
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MONDAY, JANUARY ». 1956 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Girl Scouts Earn Own Way Cartttfiersville Girls Shtll Pecans For Roundup Money Br SONNT SANDER* Courier Nem Corrapontet CARUTHEB8VILIJ: — Pour C»- luttienville glrk have been aelected to attend the first annual Girt Scout National Roundup next mm- mtt. CaruthtrivHIe will nave more rep- nwntative* at the Roundup than any other city in the seven-county Cotton Boil area of Southeast Missouri. Because transportation, regfetn- ttou, uniforms ana equipment will oott neuly WOO each, the girlt must work to earn the money. Members of Troop to, all are lt- year-old freshmen at Caruthersville High School. They Johnson, daughter o Luther Johnson; Sally Henley, daughter of Judge and Mrs. Fred Henley; Judy Teroy,' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daltori Terby, and Judy Luckenbach. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Luckenbae. • • • WITH ASSISTANCE FBOM the troop leaders, Mrs. Henley and Mrs. Teroy,.the girls started off on their first. money-making scheme. . They bought 100 pounds of pecans •wholesale, are cracking and picking them, and are offering them for sale. Persons wishing' to buy. pecans can phone 1122, 1*7 or 427 in.Car- thersyllle for, home-delivery. The WORKING WAY TO CAMP — These four Caruthersville girls have been selected to attend the first annual Girl Scout National Roundup at Highland State. Park in Michigan-next summer. They are (left to right), Margaret Johnson, Sally Henley, Judy Teroy and Judy Luckenbach. They are picking pecans which they will sell to get money to finance the trip. (Photo by Sanders) ;. ; nuts sell for $1.50 per pound. * * » NOT ONLY HAVE these four girls .been selectd on basis of merit, camping ability and personality, but another Caruthersville girl has been selected as first alternate for the Cotton Boll area. Rosalie Brooks, daughter of Mr. and.Mrs. A. C. Brooks, will attend the camp if one of the 14 girls from Southeast Missouri fails to go. Her Ike's 'Undecided' Statement Came as Surprise to No One By JAMES MABLOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) — President Eisenhower's statement that he hasn't made up his mind about running .again wasn't surprising. It would have been surprising if he had said he has already decided to seek re-election. His doctors say they won't know until mid-February whether he can stand another four White 'House years. They may ilruJ that he cavi't. For him to say now, before the medical verdict is in, would be poor judgment, at.the-least. Because of what he has said already It would not have been, surprising if he had told his news conferenee yesterday this term is his last. Based on what he said yesterday sad previously, a good caw can be made out that he will not run. . Elsenhower clearly felt, even before his heart attack last Sept. 24, ttie heavy burden of the presidency on a man now 65 years old. And he stHl feels It. Deciding Factor Last Aug. 4 he told an Ohio Republican delegation that the eroding effect the presidency has on a man might be the deciding factor In his decision on seeking a second term. - -. .He pointed out then that no man had reached TO while president. Eisenhower would be 86 by the time he began a second term In 1857 and 70 years and 3 months old by the time he finished It in 1961, if he lived, that long. Yesterday he told his news con- 'Hellzapoppin' Star Injured HOLLYWOOD (If)— The musical revue, "Helliapoppta" takes a brief time off this week following the accidental -injury of comedian Chick Johnson, during Saturday night's performance. While offstage at the Music Box Theater, Johnson accidentally shot himself in the left leg. He was treaV ed for powder bums and skin lacerations and taken home. Johnson and his partner, Ole <M«en, have fired an estimated five million rounds of blank ammunition the last SO years without any such mishap A spokesman said. The show will be resumtd later this week. ; • . . • . Poisoned Cake Nearly Works HIHATSCKA, Japan (ff) — Shizu Takamuhi, B, sampled a gift cake yesterday, found tt "tasted tunny," called police. They said it was poisoned, checked the donor, Tateue Kurthara, 71. found she wa» angered over the loss of a boy friend to the younger woman. • • . • • • •.-••Miss Kurintra was arreated. Miss Talcahushl will recover. ference that — looking back on all health in 1956 would be an import- although not' correct. the jobs of his life, including his military responsibility in World War n — the presidency Is "the most wearing . . . although necessarily the most tiring." He said yesterday he rfould begin today to take on the full duties of the presidency. But he also said: "I have done many things in the past because I didn't have that sence of fatigue — and I have to be careful of myself." Last Aug. 4, almost two-months before his heart attack, he told a news conference the state of his ant factor in his decision about running again. He was reminded of this yesterday. He said It was Then he said the following, which could be Interpreted as meaning he is concerned about his chance of surviving another four years in the White House — concerned for the sake of tfe country: "It is a very critical thing to change governments in this country at pected .• thing." time- that it is unex; . It is a rather startling When COLDS Make Baby Cry GIVE HIM RELIEF THAT Does More Than Work on Chest When a chest cold strikes, use tubes. Congestion starts Vicks VapoEub-the proved breaking up. Coughing eases, medication that acts two Warming relief comes, lasts ways at once. ' for hours. When you rub It on, Vapo- So when colds strike, de- Rub quickly relieves muscular pend on- soreness. At the same time, ft m § ^B ^f 4* VapoRub's medicated vapors m«T | f^ f\ 9 bring relief with every breath. w VAPORUB This soothing medication travels deep'into Baby's nose, throat and large bronchial Rat onMvf...Breathe m Vkb Old Vopoftlb o<« «<?. hod* Morfab troop leader is Mrs. J. 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