The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 20, 1953 · Page 10
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TEN bui. 87 RICHARD KLEINER, JfEX Staff Correspondent NEW YORK — (NBA) — The «tory at Richard Bowers is a perfect example of the wild and wooly record business, with its sudden stardom. La»t January, Bowers was running: ft drill press. Today he's one of th« hottest properties of Columbia records. And all because of a record he made in Japan of a foolish littl* song with an amateurish band. Bowers was in the Army. He was a clerk, and he sang some on the side. He sang with a barbershop quartet and with an Army band. Somebody asked him to make a record of "Gomen Nasal." He made it. When hs was discharged, he brought it back with him and gave it to a San Francisco disc Jockey. Then he went home to Vauxhall, IN. J., and took a civil service exam. While he was waiting, he got the drill-press job. Then came the phone call, just like in the movies and the better day-dreams. It was the San Francisco disc jockey; people in California were wild about the record. "Han't sign anything, kid," the jockey said. "Wait for a good offer." The rest was relatively easy. He waited for a good offer, then signed with Columbia. Now he has n new record out, called "Baby. Let Me Kindle Your name," which may be another big one. Dick Bowers is now 25, with a THE POPULAR SIDE: Backing Mindy Carson on her Columbia release, "Honey Darlln'," is a brand new .instrument, the "ovkon." It' a cross between a piccolo and i flute. . . . Betty Button Is selling autographed copies of her Capito record, "Coin 1 Steady," on a personal appearance at the Desert Inn in Las Vega/;. She's turning the proceeds over to charity. . . . Sauter and Pinegan have coined a description of their interesting music. It's "symphonic jazz." ON THE CLASSICS: The trend to documentary records continues. Latest is the exciting story of the creation of a nation, called "Israel Is Born." It's a fascinating weddini of historical lact and real sounds, issued by Caedmon. . . . Patrice Munsel is the latest opera star to go pop on records. RCA-Victor has issued her "Melba Waltz." -DICK'S PICKS- POP SINGLES: "C'est s Bon" (Eartha Kitt, RCA); "Lead Me Down the Road" fCind Lord, MGM); "Honey Darlin, ' (Mindy Carson, Columbia); "My Heart Knows" (Margaret Whit- Ing and Jimmy Wakely. Capitol); "I Wish You'd Make Your Mind Up" (Four Jack 1 ; and a Jill, Jubilee); "Jersey Bounce (Ray Anthony, Capitol); .1,1 Lover's Waltz" (Ton! Arden, Columbia): "All I Desire" (David Rose, MGM); "Bub-a-Dub-Dub" (Ralph Flanagan, RCA). POP ALBUMS: Two good collections of pop hits are available. Columbia's "Current Pop Instrumentals" feature such conductors as Faith and Weston, while MGM's "Pop Parade " includes vocalists like Joni James and Billy Eckstine; MGM has issued the sound track fro mthe new movie, "The Band Wagon," and it's gay and pleasant with tunes like "Louisiana Hayride" done by a cast including Fred Astalre and Nanette Fabray. CLASSICS: Elgar's Symphony Na. 1 is given a majestic performance by the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Adrian Boult conducting, on RCA- Gramophone. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as: 61 Beer Club. 418 North Sixth, Blytheville, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this slate, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 18th day of July, 1953, and to expire on the 30th day of June, 1954. Hershel Alvln McKay, Applicant Subscribed and sworn to before me this 18th day of July. 1953 H. G. Partlow, N;. •My Commission expires 12-1-1953. India Asks Joint Action NEW DELHTA, India UP)— Nepal's Prime Minister M. P. Kolrala conferred here today with Indian offi clals on a "joint police action against Communist- led rebels in his Himalayan country. Arriving by plane yesterday from Katmandu for a three- day vielt, Koirala said the irregulars no longer had a free hand to operate in solated western Nepal because Indian police had stepped in and India has allowed Nepnlese troops to cross her territory to corner the aands. He described the troublemakers as > bandits and said they were under I 'some kind of red flag." The Nepalese Embassy announced 'esterday that armed rebels mareh- ng on southwest Nepal's Important own of Dhangarhl had been rout- sd and the situation was under con- roL Mail Employes Get a Break NEW YORK («—Perspiring New York City postal employes can look! forward to being cooler thl» sum- mo* 1 . An executive order yesterday by Acting Postmaster Harold Rlcgel- mnn gives window clerks authorization to wear blue short-sleeved sport shirts, open at the neck, until Labor Day. The order also allows carriers to take off their ties when the temperature reaches 80 or more. JUL.r *0, 1964 1 Unemployment At New Low WASHINGTON (IF) - Unemploy- icnt in the United States last year veraged only 1,700,000. the Census ureau reported yesterday, to reach le lowest point since World War It said also that the number of orking wives, about 10,400.000 in April of last year, topped the peak World War II year by about two million although it was unchanged from 1951. Generator Has j New Conductors j CLEVELAND I/Pi — What Is de- ! scribed as the first large generator with liquid-cooled conductors will be installed in the new Eastlake: power plant of the Cleveland Elec- i trie Illuminating Co. j The new installation consists of! a tandem-compound turbine rated at 208.000 kilowatts and a generator rated at 260,000 kilowatts, which makes it one of the largest in the world. The generator alone will be capable of supplying the household electrical needs of some 600,000 persons. Coral Islands Coral islands are not solid coral, but rock-formed mountains coated with coral. Most corals cannot grow at great depths, which makes it practically impossible for a coral island to build up from excessive depths. Koreans are fond of whale meat, which looks like beef. "rompl DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 4507 Hours: 8 a.m. t« IV p.m. with Deliterj t» 7 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE 221 Wat Main St The word tennis probably comes from the word tenez, which means "lake it." future that looks bright and completely free of drill presses. "I think every person has his spot in this world," he says. "I'm just lucky and found myself a f^nd Quick Relief for MUSCULAR ACHES Tost STANBACK yoursoll ... lob- lets or powders . . . agoinut any preparation you've «v«r unnd. We Are Proud to Announce The Appointment of Russell C. Mosley SPECIAL'AGENT BLYTHEVILLE i_ Office Phone: 2951 — Home Phone: 8080 Mr. Mo.sley Is widely known In the field of athletics and he now stands ready lo "coach" his friends expertly in solving all of their life insurance problems. THE J. A. BRYANT AGENCY AMERICAN UNITED LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Suite ,'i, Farmers Bank Bldg., Blylheville, Ark. SEE THE NEW FARMALL for the McCorntfFarmairSuper C at the big MID MHQNSTRATION TWO DAYS WED. 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