The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 4, 1955 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 4, 1955
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PAGE TWO MATHET1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1955 Chunky Visiting Russian Hailed As New Piano Sensation by Critics What Next? Automation Takes Over Egg Production for Hens By W. G. ROGERS Associated Press Arts Editor NEW YORK (AP) — A four-square, chunky fellow, not fat but thick through, with chubby fingers and hand's that are pale, round backed and almost puffy — that's the new piano sensa um^ ^ Russian He came t 0 America because the Iron Curtain lifted to allow cultural exchanges. And like every deserving artist out in front of a curtain, iron or gold, he's taken a lot of bows and heard many cries of "encore." His name is Emil Gilels. Critics have called him very great, great, near great and not so great. But the public, at least in this city which hns heard him three times in Carnegie Hall and once at the U.N.. has not been of lour minds about him: It has stood to clap and cheer as it does for only the very great. Prokofeif visited this country in 1921. Shostakovich, here on a cultural mission, played a quarter- hour In Madison Square Garden in the late 1940s. Gilels, 39, is only the third outstanding Soviet artist in the history of his country to play for American music-lovers. What does he think of us? Visited Schools "I visited both Curtis (in Philadelphia) and Juilliard (New Yorkl Music Schools, and heard piano pupils play." he says. "They are being taught very well, they are taught very good things. I heard talented young people at Curtis, for instance, and they made a very good impression. I wish them great success in their work." His only English was a couple of words probably the same in both languages, like "recital" and "symphony." His interpreter was better, though less than perfect. To paraphrase, then, Gilels said: Sister Plays Violin , "I was born in Odessa, of parents not musicians but yet who wanted their children to play. My sister won the Bruxelles international violin prize in 1937, the year before I won it as a pianist. "Odessa is a very musical city; you'd find a musical instrument in almost every home; the opera house, one of the best in Russia,! seats 2,000: I heard Horowitz,! Rubinstein and others play when j I was a boy. I "But Russia, like the United States, has one music center, our Moscow, to compare with your New | York. Moscow has seven concert! halls, three of them holding 2,000 I persons apiece, and there's music [ every day." , ' Gilels is making one recording here with Fritz Reiner and the Chicago Symphony. j ITHACA. N. Y. '.fi—Wonder what the hens will think of this. Cornell University announced yesterday it is going to experiment in marketing naked egg?. No shells. Prof. L. B. Darrah. who devel-; oped the idea, says they will be i .sole! in 12-conipartmpnt polyethlene j packets, should be cheaper and will be just, as good as e%%$ in the shell. HP hopes to start, experiments it: some s'ores here with in six j months. Darrah says it works this! way: Machines — not. the hens — dropj the eggs into the cuplike compart- • ments after breaking the shells. j Carbon Dioxide is added to mam-! tain quality of the eggs and a strong film is deposited over the compartments to seal ihem. Human hands don't touch the eggs. The housewife won't have to worry about disposing of egg shells. She can poach or boil and serve the epgs in the individual compartments. She'll have to dump them out for frying or scrambling. Darrah says, "Early indications are that the process will lower the. cost or marketing eggs and keep them fresh longer." | And after all that trouble the hen has manufacturing a nice neai package for marketing her product. Rowland Seeks Law License LITTLE ROCK '*V,~Former Hot Sprints City Atorney Jay Rowland, who was disbarred on conviction of receiving a bribe, yesterday asked the Arkansas Supreme Court to give him back his law license. . His petition was supported by signatures from lawyers at Hot Springs and at Pine Bluff, where Rowland has been living in recent years. Hot Springs signers included Chancellor Sam W. Garratc and Circuit Judge C. Floyd Huff. Rowland was convicted in 1*47 and sentenced to a year in prison and a $750 fine. He was one of several political figures charged in an investigation pushed by then Prosecuting Attorney Sid McMath. Most of the othrn were acquitted. Rowland served four month! and paroled. He was pardoned In 1961 while McMath was governor. The pardon was issued by then House Speaker James R. Campbell while he wu acting governor during the absence from the state of McMath and U. Gov. Nathan Gordon. Read Courier News Classified Adi. 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