The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 6, 1954 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 6, 1954
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIV1 '20's Shimmy Queen Is Running School For Sex Appeal By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Look who's running a college of sex appeal knowledge — Gilda Gray. The shimmy queen of the Roaring '20s has been hired by producer Robert Aldrich to school four sultry, sirens in how to act sexy in the new Mickey Spillane opus "Kiss Me Deadly." This may sound like a publicity stunt, and it could be one. But it offers intriguing possibilities. Gilda, whose own career is perk- Sonar Finds Old Scotch Monster ing again after her long battle to regain her health, is taking her new duties seriously. Well, pretty seriously. , "I wasn't the 'If girl," she told! me, "but they did call me the j 'S.A.' (sex appeal) girl. Folks said I as the epitome of the abandon in the flaming youth era. So maybe I can teach these girls a thing or to. "I ouldn't say I had the Mickey Spillane type of sex appeal. That is I never went around in a trench coat with nothing on underneath. But sex appeal is a pretty universal thing. "It seems to me that sex Is overdone by the glamor girls of today. Sex isn't something you should flaunt. You shouldn't try to push it at people; you should serve it ui> on a silver platter. "Sex isn't something that you can phony up either. These women who get themselves all dolled up with fake eyelashes and fake bosoms and everything are making a mistake. That's not sex. "Why, L know a woman who isn't beautiful at, all. She doesn' Unusual Animal Form Is Charted by Fishing Vessel GLASGOW. Scotland Iffi — The crew of the trawler Rival claimed today they have proved the existence of the legendary Loch Ness monster — or something about as weird — with their echo-sounding equipment. Their "monster," they reported, is 50 feet long and has approximately eight legs and .the silhouette of a gigantic scorpion. The echo sounder charts underwater depths and schools of fish by recording the time a sound takes to echo back to the device. Peter Anderson of the Rival's crew re. ported the mystery object was located at a depth of • , , ,~f...t. ' Ualell ill, a uepul Ul "^u 1G\-1/, iuu wear any makeup Yet she s more ve bed Qf , he Scottish attractive than the women who A spend hours over a makeup table. It's that inner warmth that counts. A woman should be herself. If she's got sex appeal, it will shine through." Many housewives, she argued, are sexier than Hollyood's flashiest stars. "That's because American women have learned to groom themselves," she said. "With all the pushbutton conveniences, they lake where the monster is reported seen every so often. "Astounding Shape" Anderson said he Was at the ship's wheel, bound for the west coast fishing grounds, when "suddenly out of the corner of my eye ; I saw the graph needle of the echo sounder start to draw an astounding shape . "I shouted to the captain and other seven crew members — they were down below having tea — don't have much work to do at and (ney came crow ding up to the home. So they have more time to j w i, ee i nouse At once we turned the spend in making themselves at- boat about aml trleti to track the tractive. And they don't try to be something they. aren't, as many glamor girls do." Gilda's pupils are the four dolls monster again, but we must have frightened it away." The graph showed a small-headed thing with an ungainly body who will tantalize Ralph Meeker in I an( j a t a ji about 18 feet long. "Kiss Me Deadly"—Maxine Coop- L. A. Southport, technical expert er. Gaby Rodgers, Cloris Leach- j O f the firm which makes the echo. man and Marian Garr. Big Buffalo Kill Planned In Canada OTTAWA, Ont. Iff} — About SOO buffaloes in the world's largest herd are being slaughtered, and there'll be buffalo roasts on some Canadian tables this Christmas. The herd numbers 12.000 to 15.000. It is at Wood Buffalo National Park, straddling the border between Alberta and the Northwest Territories. It is reduced every year by riflement to keep it down to a size the range can support. The meat will go to Indians in need of fresh meat, to church missions and Hudson's Bay Co. stores In the far north. And, for the first time, about half will go to packinghouses for sale outside the territories. sounding equipment, said the echo graph "was definitely animal matter of some kind" and "certainly was not a whale or like any other kind of fish that has ever been heard of." Five Are Killed In Auto Wreck PONTIAC, Mich. UP)—Five persons were killed and five injured yesterday in a five car collision near Oxford, Mich. Dead were Harold Magnum, 21, Charles Nelson, 26, Lynn Best 27, Max Smith, 30, and Edna Kuck, 31, all of Oxford. State Police were questioning the five survivors in an effort to determine the cause of the accident, which occurred in a no passing zone. Burglar Knew What He Wanted BALTIMORE (fi— A burglar who knew what he wanted—and where to find it—took more than $800 from hiding places all over Edward Kfirst's home yesterday. Karst and his wife were out of the house between 4 a.m. and 7 a.m. delivering newspapers. Their. 37-year-old daughter said she was asleep on the second floor and heard nothing. The thief took money frcm: A basement chair, a basement desk, a first-floor china closet, a second-floor dressing table and a picture frame. Felice said the house was noi nmsacki'd. Karst said $703 in cash snd s^O in checks taken from one hiding place represented the bulk of his Saturday collections from his newspaper route. Postman Quits His Mansion PHILADELPHIA (M — Postman John N r . McKalvey has sold the showplace mansion willed him by a woman to rt'hom he showed kindness because he "just couldn't get used to" the 15-room home. The house, located in suburban Wayne, cost a reported S175.0SO when built in 1925, hut it brought slightly less than $30,000 at auction Saturday. Still to be sold, however. were the home's many valuable antiques and objects d'art. McKalvey and his wife were bequeathed the home by Mrs. Lydia Wood Baily ,80-year-old widow. BEWARE! COUGHS FROM COMMON COLDS THAT HANG ON Chronic bronchitis may develop if your cough, chest cold, or acute bronchitis is not treated and yon cannot afford to take a chance wilh any medicine less potent than Crcomulsion. It goes into the bronchial system to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender.inflamcd bronchial membranes. Creomulsion blends bcechwood creosote by special process with other time-tested medicines for coughs. H contains no narcotics. Get a large bottle of Creomulsion at your drug store. Use it all as directed. Creomulsion is guaranteed to please you or druggist refunds money. Adv. romp I DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 3-4507 Hours: 8 A.m. to 9 p.m. with Deliver; to 7 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE 22] West Miln SI. A CHRISTMAS CAROL BY CHARLES DICKENS Awakened for the second time M Christmas Eve, flint-hearted Ebeneier Scrooge went looking for Hre source of the noise. WcB, Scrooge found another Ghost. And_whot o Ghost he was! "I om the Spirit of Christmas Pres- enH" he roared merrily. "Come in and look upon me!" The Gfcort e* CkrUtmas Present took Scrooge '•*> *e street, »t>ere there was '- -Hie music of people wishing each other "Meny Christmas!" GOES FOR LOW MODEL—Singer Juliana Larson tests one of her latest acquisitions. It's a new Messerschmitt one-cylinder car which just arrived in New York City. The German-made automobile can supposedly travel 60 mph; goes 60 miles on a gallon of gas. TV Viewers See Delicate Aorta Operation NEW YORK —OTA fllm of a delicate medical operation was shown to a nationwide television audience last night, with a group of skilled surgeons performing an arterial transplant through a new surgical technique. The patient, George Ohisum, 43- year-old worker of Orange, Tex., was placed in a "deep freeze." Then, a section of his aorta (heart artery) was cut out and replaced by a non- diseased artery taken from a donor who had died a few hours before the operation took place. The actual operation took place some days ago in Methodist Hospital in Houston, Tex. Nixon's Father Is Improving FULLERTON, Calif. W.i — Frank Nixon, 76, father of Vice President Richard Nixon, is reported in good condition after an operation yesterday for the treatment of a broken hip. t His physician said yesterday he would be in the hospital about two weeks. He broke his left hip in a fall Thursday night at his La Habra home. The ermine belongs to the same family as the skunk. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature 5* minute waving lotions! 15 • No Guesswork! • No Test Curls! No Clock Watching! CHOOSE Ib. SEIF-TIMIHC IONI AX tvtrV ilyli ef wov.. KIR6Y Drug Stores THREE YOUNG TEXflNS TECHNICOLOR —AND- ^SINSOF ROME METRO NEWS TUES., WEI)., & THURS Double Feature 'WITCH' DOCTOR, mU*jJ3M&&rW® HAYWARlHfrMITCHUM —AND— 'SPIDER WOMAN 1 With Gale Sondcrgaard And Kirby Grant Cartoon "Pill Peddlers" Marion Mutton Is Wed Again SANTA MONICA, Calif, (ffj — Singer Marion Hutton and musical director Victor Schoen, married Saturday night, will have no honeymoon trip because he reports back for work today on the musical score oE a movie. The ceremony was performed by Superior Judge Orlando H. Rhodes at the judge's home. Miss Button's actress sister Betty was matron of rionor, For both Schoen, 43, and his 35- year-old bride it is the third marriage. Old Senate Posts Open For Veterans WASHINGTON (ff) — Political comebacks by two veteran former senators — Alben W. Barkley of Kentucky, and Joseph C. O'Maho- uey of Wyoming—may cause Democrats to waive a bit of Iruclltion when they organize the Senate in January. Normally senators who are def en ted and then returned to of rice must stand in line with other freshmen for places on the most-sought committees. But Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas has said Barkley can "have the best we have to offer," and Sen. Murray (D-Mont), an old-timer in Senate ranks, said today he expects both Barkley nnd O'Mfthoney can have their old committee assignments for the asking. Chinese Kill 13 Civilians HONG KONG (A J i — The independent Chinese Kung Sheung Daily News reported today that 13 Chinese civilians were executed by a firing squad in Canton and 28 others were given p"ison terms after a people's court convicted them of spying, sabotage or trying to escape to Formosa. moon in Grand Rapids. Mich., died ,'estcrdtiy in the flaming wreeknR of their cor while helpless witnesses watched. Marvin R. . Poerstcr. 20. of St. Glair Shores, and his bride, Rliea Mae, 18, were trapped titter their car missed a curve and crashed into a tree. Couple Dies On Honeymoon EAST LANSING, Mich. Iff) — A young couple driving from their Detroit woriding reception to a honey- MURR Theatre Osceola, Ark. LAST TIMES TONIGHT •MIDI BROS .•",., ROBERT MITCHUM TERESA WRIGHT WAHNEHCOLOR • STEREOPHONIC SOUND DIANA LYNN'TABHUNTER Sj§) ^mUHKMi SV-li Klflmi'iMnit.FtllOMiirfy' .w. -«.,.. WARNER BROS* THEATRE pg On \V. Main St. F~ In Blythcville IS Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m., Sat., & Sun. 1:00 p.m. LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature ^ THI HUH- WARMING SIQRT OF i HIM AND A DRUM! MORE GET-UP-AND-GO THAN YOU'VE ^ EVER SEEN ON THE SCREENI HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS .^DANE CLARK as their fighting, slam - bang manager in PATRICIA BRESLIN-SIDNEY POITIEH PioW tj MflOH M. liffij - fetid tj IBIS ME HM Beta! ita lUiilil MIISK _AND— BROS HIWH US Km] ALSO CARTOON TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY —AMD- TERROR ON A TRAIN ALSO SHORT Recount Shrinks Winning Margin COLUMIItrS. Ohio «•)—The Ohio stMWtorlnl victory of Republican Hop. UcorKe H. Bonder shrunk to 'J.918 votes in a recount, a compilation of unofficial figures by the secretary of state's office shows. Sen. Thomas A. Burke (D-Olito), who petitioned for the recount, gullied 3,123 votes In the second tiilly. The official canvass showed Bender won by 6.041 votes. Secretary of State Ted W. Brown planned a recanvass of the election somtUme Ihis \veek. 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FOR . -'CHRISTMAS, him the man-sized Remington') WaitMl you see how much handsomer your husband (or husband-to-be) is--onq; he Marts shaving with the Remington 60 DcLuxc. For he'll get a closer shave (softer to the touch!) and more comfortable shave than he's ever had. This is the shaver that's so gentle it can shave the short, close fu/.x off a peach— proving that it will give any man a close shave no matter how tender his skin! And yet the Remington 60 DeLuxe is so powerful it can shave (he tough bristles off a brush—proving that it will give your man a close shave no matter how tough his beard! Let him try it jree jor fourteen days! You can give him the man-sized Remington for Christmas and he can try it free for two weeks at no obligation. But stop in soon—because it seems every gal in town wants a better-looking husbandl so Guard's Jewelers Serving Blytheville Since 1908

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