The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 5, 1955 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1955 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Dodgers' Victory Mild in this Day Of Big Surprises By DON WHITEHEAD WASHINGTON (AP) — Let us relax with the triumphant Dodgers of Brooklyn this fine fall day and enjoy in full measure this old screwball world. After seven failures, the Dodgers finally win their first world chairs plonship by beating the New York Yankees 2-0 in the seventh game of the World Series. The proud, rich Yanks are humbled. The Bums sit in the plush seats of the mighty. The Ubangis and Ugandis may not know that the Dodgers are the world champions. But there you are. And Sen. Bricker <R-Ohio) has told a news conference nothing is impossible these days. "If delegation should land from Mars." he said. "I would say: 'What have you been waiting on: I've been expecting you for a long time.'" These are the days of surprises, oddities and unusual happenings. Already, a full year before the electio'ns. the politicians are skittish and presidential hopefuls are peeking from under their brows hoping the mark of a nominee will be stamped on them by popular demand of the people—this mark being two wings spvouting from a halo which hovers over a log cabin. And Pink Pants, Too These are the nights when the crap shooters, the faro players and the slot machine set will leave Never too young to go "western" =Westbrook'si FAMILY SHOE STORE ^3U W. Main ^^ Phone 2342^ their gambling to crowd into a Las Vegas night club and listen to a Metropolitan 'Opera star- Patrice Munsel—sing "A Sleeping Bee." Just incidentally, Miss Munsel appears in the Venus Room of the New Frontier Hotel wearing a curve-hugging costume which includes a pair of pink, sequintd toreador pants. •These are the days when the Boston Museum of Science is able to prove that two heads are not better than one, thus exploding another cherished saying. At least these two Boston heads are not better than one bcause both heads are on one turtle which never can make up its mind. One head controls the two left legs and the other head supervises the right legs. The museum's education direc-, tor, Norman D. Harris, says: j "When he gets all four feet going! in one direction, it's just a happy j accident." I These too are the days when it'sj not safe to leave ?2,528 in cash lying around where a 3-year-old can get his hands on it. Prank Licavoli Jr. of Detroit took his mother's purse and 82,528 from the top of a refrigerator. They found him later clutching the empty purse in one hand and five pennies in another. DOR pays These are the days when German shepherd dogs are being ballyhooed as being better cops than cops in some cases. Commissioner Margurite C. Johnson of Dearborn, Mich., says her city is using dogs as the solution to police shortage. And in one case, she claims two dogs could have done a better job than 200 policemen in flushing a berserk man from a building. The only disadvantage of using a dog in a patrol car, Mrs. Johnson says, is that "he can't drive" while his police partner sleeps. This is not to imply that the Dodgers, two-headed turtle, got all their feet going in the right direction merely by happy accident or that they didn't deserve to win. But no one can deny that strange things are happening these days. FEN.VEY'S NEW LOOK — J has just completed an extensive Both interior and exterior of the C. Penney Co. given complete renovations. This Is an interior remodeling job, view showing "open cell" merchandising system store have been which replaces old counters. (Courier News Photo) Runaway Lumber Truck Hits Train; Five Persons Killed Jap Burlesque Is Going Ligit TOKYO (ft— Another Tokyo burlesque house is going legit. France-za announced that next Monday it will abondon nudity—in Japan, strip-tease is all strip and no tease—for original light come- j were in Memphis Saturday, dy. ! Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Yates It's the 13th burlesque house U) fold since the end of the Korean Misses Betty Henard and Jackie Proffitt are here from Flint, Mich., visiting their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Reese Brazill and children of Blytheville spent the weekend here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pilmore Fraley. Wayne Hamm o! Carswel! All- Force Base., Fort Worth, Tex., is here for 15 days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hamm. Roland Mahan arrived last week after being dicharged from the Army. • Mr .and Mrs. John Rock and son Thomas Lee are here from Elgin, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Tillnian Swinney arrived from Detroit Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Wood were in Memphis Monday. Miss Bessie Crosby of Harvil, Mo., is spending this week with Miss Faye Neal. Miss Oracle Tacker spent Sunday in Paragould visiting Miss Hazel Rock. Mr. and Mrs. E. Carol Crosby are parents of a son born Sept. 30, in Lepanto. The bab.v has been named Carol O'Neal. Mrs. Crosby is the former Shelby Jean Stevens. Calvin Can- of Helena spent the weekend here with his family. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Darnell spent the weekend in Memphis with re- lathes. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Chaplain ot Grand Junction, Colo., will arrive next week for a visit with their daughter, Mrs. Herchel Hole. Today there are only three Bur- 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Darnell from lesn.ue houses still operating in Tok- i Texas' were guests of his parents, yo's famed Asakusa fleshpot area and two downtown. Ninety unclad beauties are displaying their physical assets where once there were more than a thousand; GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature M-G-M. DESPERATE SEARCH Ml-, and Mrs. J. J. Darnell, last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wise and children of Nettleton spent Sunday with her parelits, Mr. and Mrs J. S. Barnes. Miss Mary Katherine Harris ol Memphis was the weekend guest ol her parents, Mi', and Mrs. John Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Goodwin and children of Memphis were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Goodwin. , 1 Mrs. Inas Carr was in Memphis i | Friday. j I Mr. and Mrs. James Milloway j ! of Franklin Park, III.,- spent the i j weekend in Dyess visiting friends. I Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Brown and i Orvil Brown of Chicago arrived | | Friday for a visa with their sister.' | Mrs. R. R. Holland, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace, Si:, \ received word last week that their] son-in-law, Tom House, of Ham-j mond, Ind., was fatally injured in! an automobile accident. Mr. and j Mrs. John Wallace, Jr., left Thurs-! [day to attend the funeral services; i which were held in Dyer, Ind. ] i Pete Rogers, Joe Gray and Babe i | Hall, of Senatobia Junior College, | j spent the weekend in Dyess. j Millard Edrington arrived from j Michigan City, Ind., over the week-j end to return his family home after several weeks here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Gene McVey had j as guests over the weekend Mr. j j and Mrs. J. S. Bell of Blythevillfii i and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Boyd and i children of Cnbot, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Dent and baby left Saturday for their home in Pontiac, Mich., after several days here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Coley Johnson. Bobby and Tomniv Ward arrived! Thursday from Flint. Mich., to j spend a week here with their par- | Battling Couple To Sell'Arena' LOS ANGELES (fl — The battling Kravaacks have been ordered to sell their home arena. Superior Judge Elmer D. Doyle yesterday told Harvey C. Kravaack, 47, and his wife, Billie, 36, to invest proceeds to the sale until their divorce contest is tried: Testimony showed the North Hollywood home -holds such tender memories as,: Harvey awakening one night to find Billie scratching his Adam's apple with an ice pick; Billie chasing Harvey with a meat fork; Harvey throwing dishes, food, cosmetics and perfume at Billie as she lay in bed. The couple agreed to .sell the house and split a $2,000 savings account. Harvey, a sprinkler company official, was ordered to pay Billie S75 a month alimony for the next two months. Lawyer Learns To Use Mouth MANVILLE,. N. J. UP) — Jack Trombadorie wrote the answers to his two-day bar examination with a pen stuck in his teeth. 'The 27-year-old University of Michigan graduate has been deprived of the use of his arms since he had polio at the age of 3. Trombadorie, a scholarship student, plans a general practice. WEST NEWTON, Pa. (A—A runaway lumber truck, horn blowing frantically, roared half a mile down a sleep hill and smashed into B moving" train yesterday. ; Nine freight cars were flung from the Baltimore and Ohio track*. They crushed the truck like a tin can and demolished two buildings. The truck driver, Claude Brandt, 31, Warrenton, N.C., and four other people were killed. Three derailed cars contained explosives but did not blow up. Some of the cars smashed imo the Casale Fruit Store on one .side of the tracks, others into a hardware store on the other side. Dead were Jacob Casale, 50 j owner of the fruit store; Sheryl| Ross, 6, daughter of a West Newton t restaurant proprietor; S h e r y 1' s grandmother Mrs. Dora Whiteman. about 70, of Industry, Pa.; and Mrs. Martha C. McDonnell, 70, West Newton. "Nothing- I Could Do" Mrs. William Ross, mother of Sheryl, sufi'ered a broken back and fractured pelvis. Emily Peternel suffered minor injuries. Engineer William McManus, Connellsville, Pa., said he saw the speeding truck "but there was nothing I could do." Lloyd Mauk, a civil defense auxiliary policeman, said he heard the truck horn wailing. "After the truck hit the train all I saw was lumber flying." he related. "Then there was a big cloud of dust. I jumped down and went over to help." I Grimly, Mauk told how he saw the body of the Ross child, a bloodstained doll in her arms. There were few people on the street nf this community of 3'.800, about 35 miles southeast of Pittsburgh, when the crash occurred. One businessman said: "It was .terrible but it would have been worse except for the World Series. Mosr everyone was indoors looking ai television or listening to the radio." Two railroad wrecking crews worked through the night to clear Ihe B&O's main east-west route between Cumberland, Md., and Pittsburgh. A large area was blocked off while the dynamite was unloaded. Sheriff Howard E. Thomas estimated total damage might be close to one million dollars. Meanwhile, several investigations were launched to determine the cause of the wreck. One official said he believed the truck brakes had failed. HELD TWO HIGHEST William Howard Taft hai been the only person to occupy the two highest offices in the U.S.govern- ment. Prom 1909 to 1913. he served as the 27th president of the United Slates and. from 1921 to the time of his death, he served as Chief Justice of the United States »*• preme Court. Read Courier News Classified Ads. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ward. Mr. and Mrs. George Brumley and baby of Flint, Mich., arrived Tuesday to visit relatives. Jimmie Kimbrell and Wayne Lemons, students of Mississippi State College, spent the weekend here with relatives. Miss Una Charolette James, stu-1 dent at Arkansas State, spent the) weekend here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman James. nrrrniTTi WATTC T»V r» \inro Mr. and Mrs. Jack BU.ck.ni spent ra ^™daf «nf "d^ger the weekend ,n Memphis as Pjestj flooding'streams which have of their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Opal inulldated 150 blocks „, tl , is north Blackard. | Texns c j t y an[ j f orc ed more than The Rev. W. W. Peterson left j 300 pcl . sons from their homes. Sunday afternoon for Huston to I (ne ;mvn visit his sons, Billy Joe and John | alreadyB w£re estlmated at from a Peterson. i few incnes to as much as six feet Miss Evelyn Anderson of Mem- decp Hundreds of homes and phis spent Sunday here visiting 3cores of businesses were hit. Di- ':er parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom 1 sease threatened. Fresh Rainfall Adds to Woes Of Flooded Wichita Falls, Tex. Anderson. Officials expected the Wichita Lonnie Taylor wns relumed «; River . f ec t bv almost incessant up- his home here Tuesday after havm? , s[ream f^^ to orest at more than been a patient in a Memphis hos-; 22 feet today. "But If the rains per- PitaL j sist. as they have," a Red Cross Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Lowe of West I wol . ker ^^ "there's no telling Memphis spent the weekend here j w hat will happen." The river stood as guest of her parents, Mr. and | a t 20.8 feet as he talked. Mrs. R. R. Holland. I Railroad and highway bridges were washed out and traffic closed northwest, west and southwest of the city. More than 5,000 acres of farmland were under water, and Uie cattle county communities of Hackberry. Dumont, Grow, Chalk and Sneedville had been water- bound since Sunday night. Evacuation 01 marooned families slowed down last night, but calls for aid were still frequent. Bone- tired National Guardsmen, airmen from Sheppard Air Force aBse, county and city police and auxiliary police toiled through another night. A shipment of antityphoid serum was en route from Austin, the state capital, and Dr. Houston H. Terry, county health officer, warned of the possibility of disease. ALSO CARTOON "RAIL RODENTS" THURSDAY & FRIDAY Double Feature MUMWKTUWlM .'. CELL 2455, 1 DEATH ROW CARTOON: "TWO GUN GOOFY" FARMERS! Clean Your Own Beans and SAVE With the Clipper Bean and Grain Cleaner • Lightweight • Completely Portable SEI IT TODAY! BYRUM IMPLEMENT CO. 118 E. Mftin Phone 3-1104 at exclusively VffVI Ffflftpir (HOI ITOtf "Dig that solid gold lining!" The Douglas styte that's starting a campus "gold rush" ..Here's our nomination for "sharpest" shoe of the season. It's a W. L. Douglas style, of course — a streamlined two-eyelet job in gleaming black leather with gold lining and gold piping that give just a flash of bright color. "Cool, man, cool!" 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