The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 7, 1955 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 7, 1955
Page 12
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PAQB BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY MARCH t, 195B Nation to Watch, as TV Awards Are Presented Tonight By JAMES BACON HOLLYWOOD UP)— George Gobel and Walt Disney stacked up as favorites to win television Emmies tonight as the nation, via NBC-TV, watches the seventh annual awards of the Television Academy. The TV counterpart of the movies' big Oscar show goes on national television for the first time 11:30 p.m., to 1 a.m. EST. It will start at 11:30 p.m. and continue to J. a.m. EST. Old Stuff If Disney wins an Emmy in his first year of telecasting, the trip the podium will be old stuff for him. He has won 34 movie Oscars, more than any other producer. Top TV shows and performers in Zl categories will be honored at a black tie dinner show originating at the Moulin Rouge here and at Nino's LaRue in New York. Steve Allen is flying in from New York to emcee the Hollywood part of the show while Dave Garroway wiH handle the chores in New York. Postponed Vacation Unlike some of the movie award presentations, the television show will have the great bulk of its nominees on hand to accept awards if called. One bulky nominee, Jackie Glea- eon, even postponed his vacation two days in order to be present. Some of the Moulin Rouge's top production numbers featuring shapely chorus girls, will be seen on the telecast. WW II Is Blamed For Gl's Teeth KANSAS CITY «t — Maj. Gen, Oscar P. Snyder, chief of the Army Dental Corps, says the percentage of young men entering the Army In need of a repair job on their teeth is the highest he can remember. Snyder, here to speak today to tiie aiamni of the University of Kansas City School of Dentistry, blames die bad teefch on World War II . During the wa-r, he said in an interview, a lot of dentists were in {he armed forces. Fathers of young children were also in military service and many mothers hejd jobs. The result, he added, is fewer children received dental checkups. TWO-WAY HEALER - Sure to cure his patients one way or another is Lewis JP. Brinton. New York Medical College student from the Belgian Congo. All he has to do when he gets back home is combine his authentic witch-doctor outfit with the modern medical training he's petting. WE HAVE ITI NEW EXTRA-RICH LIQUID PRELL the Sham poo for . Ra dia" tly Al 've' Hair MED. ; PER. : 30< KIRBY DRUG STORES MOVING? Local or Long Distance CALL 3-8928 Beckham Moving & Storage ; Co. m N. Second NORTH AMERICAN VAN LINES AGENT —, $1500 MASCOT—The Frovo (Utah) high school basketball team has a new mascot and he's probably the most aristocratic gent in the country to hold down such a job. He's Juneter's Beautiful Peter, a 14-months-old bulldog valued at $1500. The 60-pound beautyt?) is a purebred red brindle, owned by Dr. Fred D. Kartchner. with whom he's shown, above. Peter, with a nearly perfect show ring body, won the only dog show he was ever entered in. His father, who was worth S6000, won championships in America, England and Canada. His mother won English and American championships. Peter attends all Provo High's home games. The name of the team' Why the Bulldogs, of course! Lake Titicaca, which forms part of the boundary of Peru, is the largest lake in South America. The Hindu day begins at sunrise, the Jewish day at sunset, and the Christian day at midnight, Young Motorist Speeds to 100 MPH Death on Pennsylvania Turnpike LANCASTER, Pa. Ifl — With police pursuing, a young motorist drove for 42 miles down the wrong side of the ousy Pennsylvania Turnpike ]nst night at speeds up to 100 m.p.h. The cliuse finally ended when the speeding: car crashed into a tractor trailer set up as ,a roadblock. The driver, Kenneth Shelly, 27, of nearby Lltit;,, Pa., died in a hospital two hours later without giving any reason for his flight. Police said Shelly's car hit the roadblock at 90 m.p.h., making no apparent effort to stop. As his car roareo. along, some- limes without headlights, dozens of terrified motorists were forced off the highway. One car went down an embankment but no one was injured. Lt. Walter E. Price or the state police said Shelly's car. hit the trailer so -hard it pushed under it and continued on for at least 10 feet. Price told this story of the chase: "Shelly entered the turnpike at the L e b a n o n-Lancaster interchange at a speed estimated at GO m.p.h. without stopping to pick up a toll ticket. He headed westbound in the proper lane for eight miles and then pulled into a service station. 'An officer asked him for his driver's license and he handed it over. Then he roared off, traveling east in the westbound lane. "Two patrol cars took up the chase in the eastbound lane, traveling at speeds up to 100 m.p.h. When he turned off his lights, the patrol cars picked him up with their spotlights, one traveling ahead of him and one behind. That probably wved many UVM. "He ran through one hastily erected blockade before we finally got the tractor trailer across the road. The truck was well lighted with flares but he made no effort to stop." Walking Shot* ANN ARBOR, Mich. «V-There's a shoemaker's shop at the University of Michigan, but it's a special one—for people who never thought they would walk again. Expert leather and metal work- COMING SOON Bob Logan Announces a Beautiful New Porcelain Enamel Texaco Service Station Now Under Construction (Station Will Be Leased Locally) at the Corner of Ash and Division Tour With Texaco.. .'Let us heat your home and power your farm ers fashion «hoM with ipeclal metal braces that permit polio, cerebral palsy and muscular dystrophy victims to walk. The Cherokee, Chickasaw, Chocktaw, Creek, and Seminole Indian tribes in Oklahoma were known as the live civilized tribes. 1st Choice Of Million* for Fast RelM Of Muscular Achet ; TRINER AIRMAIL ACCURACY BEAM SCALES Now available for prompt shipment. 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