The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 10, 1955 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 10, 1955
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MOHDAT, OCTOfllTR 1«, 19IW BI.TTH1TTLLE (ARK.)' COtTRTER XEWS PAGE FTTB Huge Step-Up in U.S. Rocket Research Program Is Cited INGTON (AP) — In the 18 months from July 1957 through December 1958 the ;s will launch more than twice as many high-altitude rockets as it has fired in the Army's standard antiaircraft, mt.s.sile. Us power plant is ai-i tached to the Deacon rocket to give the la t tor addrd range. i Skyhooks ! 3. Four dozen or more Deacon-; Skyhook balloon combinations, ofi, Greenland and norther en Canada in, the Arctic, a like number from! ships in ihe Pacific off San Diego; and another four to six dozen from! Ships on a track south from the j Equator to the antarctic. The Sky-; hook balloon carries the Deacon to, a height of many miles, from which the rocket is launched. The! combination is called the Rockoon, [ and more than 30 of them have, been launched, io as high as 60. miles. i Hundreds of Rockairs — three- inch rockets and other small types launched from jel aircraft at hteh altitude, iri the Chmcoleague, Va.. area. Famed Physical Culturist Is III By VERN HAIJGLAND AP Aviation Writer WASHING United States will launch more than twice as many high the past 10 years. About $1,700,000 has been budgeted for this effort, in addition to the 10 million dollars or so expected to be spent during the same period on the much more ambitious, but closely related, space satellite project. The detaijs of the U.S. rocket re-: search program during the,1957-58| luternanonal Geophysical Year were disciLs.ied in a speech to the American Rocket Society here last week by Dr. Homer Newell, acting superintendent of the Atmosphere and Astral Physics Division of the Naval Research Laboratory. Tile laboratory has been a.s- sift-ned all the rocket projects, including' the satellite program. Six to 10 .satellites about the size of basketballs are to be rocketed to altiiudes of '200 to 800 miles in an attempt io get them then to orbil for months or longer around the e.u'ih. Tell* of Plan* Nev-ell siiid that during the 195758 period the United Slates will launch: 1. A dozen Arrobee rockets from White Sanri.s. N.M.. and another 33 from Fort Churchill on Hudson's Bay, just below the Arctic Circle in Canada. More than 140 Aero- bees have already been fired, to altiiudes :is high as 123 miles. 1. A number of Nike-Deacon ctmbinauon i;ockeis. also ai Fort Churchill. The 25-foot-Iong Nike is REBELS' "BRAIN"?-Moroccan rebels, fighting the French in that protectorate's piountainous Riff area, hove shown such organization that French authorities suspect their campaign is planned by someone outside the country. Named as their possible inspiration is exiled Riff leader Abd El Krim, "Lion of the Atlas," who as a rebel defied and defeated Spanish and French force* from 1921 to 1926. He is now in Cairo. Mickey Cohen Freed from Jail j I STEILACOOM. Wash, '.ft— Mick- • ey. Cohen is on his way back to Los ; Angeles, where his name used to! be mentioned in connection with j rackets before he served almost i four years for income tax evasion. I The pudgy and ..balding Cohen j was freed from McNeil Island Fed- j era! Penitentiary yesterday, : He stepped off a launch, legged it • two blocks trying to evade report- j ers. then met four men, including | his brother. Harry, a Chicago con-1 struction man. His first words | were: "Where the hell you guys | been?" j The quartet dashed to Harry; Cohen's blue Cadillac. Then Mick- j ey told reporters he was going \ back to Los Angeles. He told a Los i Angeles Examiner reporter he was thinking 1 of opening a bar and grill, in Beverly Hills or the so-called : Miracle Mile. ! Cohen was sentenced to five; years for evading $156,123 in federal income taxes. He got 480 days off for good behavior. Relatives ; last week paid a $10,000 fine for ' him. JERSEY CITY, N. J. >.& — Bernarr Macfadden, physical culuirisi and magazine publisher sufferin; from a stomach disorder, was reported in serious condition today at the Jci>:py City Medical Center. Miicfttddt'ii, 87. was admitied to the hospital Friday with an ailmen: described by an associate as po,-sibly caused by a three-day fas;.. He did not explain ;he reason for the fast. A resident of ihe Hotel Earle, Mat-Hidden hud been reported in good condition yesterday. He was jailed for three days last April in connection with a $9.000 alimony claim by his estranged third wife, Mrs. Jonnie Lee Macfadden. The elderly exponent of rugged living came to New Jersey after lie was held in contempt in New York for failure to pay hi.-, wife SSOO a month in alimony and 55,000 in counsel fees. His estranged wife's action lie re last April led to the three days in jail for Macfadden. who claimed he was broke. Her court writ barred Macfadden from leaving New Jersey until the alimony proceedings were settled. He was released from jail on $10.000 bond. Gina Lollobrigida Says Sex Has Gone Far Enough for Her By JAMES BACON' HOLLYWOOD tft— Gina Lollo- brigida wrote, "For me, sex lias gone far enough," Than she disproved herself by enclosing a revealing photo. [ fan?, send her cstndy, T eat it." On falsies, the well-rounded Gina comnionipd: ''Sometimes I .must I'eul .sorry for some o£ the American men." i oiiitfi i«««-.w . On her role in '"Trapeze." where In fact, the photo proved beyond . stie ])pl . lorms 011 thc doubi thai this is the one Most of Nation Basks in Sunlight By TIIK ASSOCIATED I'RKSS The weather was generally fair today except for showers and sieady ram in '.he Pacific North- Temperatures were moMiy in the 40s and 505; east of the Continental Gulf Coast, where 90s and 70« wer« Divide early today except for the reported. woman who even can make blue jeans look sexy. The luscious Italian .star, whom I've never met, wrote me in English and gave her views on everything from falsies to Tony Curtis. bars: "Three limes I fall into the net. Thp last lime my fear took my voice and 1 could not .speak for one d;iv." Finally, on the subject of sex: , , . rr- „ e,,,-iic *'F°r HIP. M.-.N has aune far enough. thing from fal^es to Tony ou s Th(1 k t ma .There will be some people who, ' ,., nlln , rio the , rcat will contend ihal the letter, posled| J,°. n ' M ^ ' <anllot do tlle s ' Lat in Paris, came at the urginR of her publicity man. Beware of such people, for they are cynics. Shooting; Movie Gina of course, is shooting' the J dramatics Ino. A movie "Trapeze" in Paris with; for everybody." Burl Lancaster and Curtis. Of her cottars, Gina writes: "Tony—he is young manhood. I| can understand why he is the great | love of those American Roberto- stocking sirls." : I She explained that Roberto-stocking is Italian slang for bobby sox-| c-r. i Lancaster? "That man has j I sireiiL'th. I catch my breath when, . 1 think of him." ] ! The next paragraph concernedj i her husband Miiko Skofic. I "Milko is more than my bus-1 band: he is my personal physician.: He is my fay'orite reporter. He is my tennis coach, my business manager. Above al! he is the; guardian of my happiness." I Sorry for U.S. Males • Skofic recently disclosed that he performs another chore: ''Wnenj Courier News Classified Ads They Called Him Jay Boy Last Night, But... Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre Piles? Fistula? Colon Troubles? Governor Leary Of Horse Idea OKLAHOMA CITY uFi—The gOV- enor of Oklahoma isn't very happy over a press agent's idea io have him ride a white horse along Broadway in New York City tomorrow. Gov. Raymond Gary is to appear j in a parade in conjunction with the I world premiere of the film. "Ola| homa!" "I'll talk to them about rid- j ins a horse when I get there." the j governor said. "1 sure want to see j the horse first." Storof Silent Movies Dies HOLLYWOOD I,?—Alice Joyce, a glamor queen of silent fihn.^. died yesterday of a heart ailment-. She was 65. Her hit movies included "Stella Dallas," "Beau Geste," "Green Goddess' 1 and "Dancing Mothers." Her first screen appearance was in an early success. "The Lion and the Mouse." She formerly was married to actor Tom Moore and director Clarence Brown. r ree Book Shows How Thousands Found Relief: T h e s e i h r e P potential health- wreckers are closely related. Learn how each affects you: how to avoid mistakes in treating them; how thousands have found a proved ef- | fective treatment. We will also .send : our reference list, including many , satisfied patients right here in town | or nearby. Write, telling which ail- ; i rnent troubles you. Address Suite ; I 1072. Thornton Minor Hospital, 911 i E. Lin wood, Kansas City 9, Mo. Acid Stomach's Got Him Today! Most of us like to "lei oil' ileam" now and ihen. Hur we eal too ninth, drink and smoke too much —ihen .suffer nasginj: heanburn, acid indigestion.That's when tiny Turns can save ihe day! For Turns neutralize excess .stomach acid al- niosl hefore it slarts. No i no wainn.s. hist chew fast-acting, scieniilic turns like candy mints. Get a roll today! S.««,.»,™l-..n(,10C GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature HWI! IttlES „,«.«» ROBERT MITCHUM-JEAN SIMMONS tBTHIJR KUHMICUTT ^ couldn't say HOJ ucii HEimuT. in UK I'm • Mnm IUIM CARTOON "BELL HOPPY" TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature First Blytheville Showing —AND— Indiviiiuals-Groups-Farm Bureau Blue Cross - Blue Shield Call representative WAYI.1N CHESSER P.O ROJ 30" Blfthevillc. Ark Phone POplar 3-3106 Cabbage Really i Was Cabbage j PLArNVIEW. N. Y. 'ft — Mrs. ' Helen Tomko bought two heads of cabbage al a supermarket and got; a big; gift temporarily. She had barely reached her car j before three store employes came ] racing after her to retrieve a small package mistakenly dropped m her grocery bag. The package contained S6.000 in I store receipts which a messenger was supposed to take to a bank. Are All Cold Remedies Alike? No! 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