The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 19, 1952 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, J952 Yanks Marry Jap Girls by Hundreds To Beat Deadline for Going to U.S. Bl.YTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS By STAN CAHTKK TOKYO CAP) — Hundreds of American servicemen married Japanese girls today—just in time to beat the deadline for taking their petite brides liome to the United Slates. James B. Pilcher, U. s. consul general, estimated the last-day rush of civil ceremonies at .six consular offices Increased lite ^number of servicemen legally inarrled to Japanese to about 8000. An accurate count will not be available for days. Servicemen nad lo be married by 2 p.m. today midnight Tuesday, EST to Vh'oCit from n law which enables them to take their Oriental brides to the U. S. A few didn't make it. One Never Arrives Chiauko Fukimoto, a nicely dressed plain looking woman, waited at the front door of tbe Tokyo consulate until 2:15 p.m. /or her sweetheart to arrive from Korea. He never got there. Ninety-five soldiers, sailors ami marines were married today at the Tokyo consulate. Similar numbers stood beside their fiancees at consular offices in Yokohama, Nagoya. Kobe, Fuktioka and Sapporo and said, "I do" to this ouestlon: "Do you solemnly swear that according to the laws of your state yon ore of legal marriageable age and there is no hit:- jjtirance, legal or otherwise, lo your unillng in marriage wilh this girl?" Tliats nil there was. More Ceremonies Planned Some of the couples planned religious ceremonies later, but most did not. Most of the bridegrooms were based in Japan. Borne were on leave from Korea. A few came on furloughs from the U. S. Air Force Cpl. John W. Amerson of Olympia, Wash., and Teruko Macoka were the last couple married at the Tokyo consulate. Many of the couples brought children. Some were born out of wedlock but most were born with the benefit of a Japanese marriage ceremony. Baby Registered "I have lo register my baby here," Air Force Sgt. George Miller of Cincinnati, told a state Department clerk after his marriage "to a pretty Japanese. "He ism even registered with the Japanese government, yet. He's three months old. He could just get lost and nobody would know it. "While we were getting married •—down there at the other counter —I had to stop and change his pants." Electric Wrist-Watch Is Said To Keep Near-Perfect Time By ALTON' L. HLAKKSLEE AI* Science Reporter CHICAGO (API — An electric wrist watch, hailed as keeping almost perfect time, was announced todny. It has B ;;mo electric motor inside, yet is no bigger than a conventional wind-up watch. It has no tick, no mainspring, no winding mechanism. A main secret Is a tiny amazing baltery, only, half an inch long and smaller around than a pencil. It nms the motor for more lhan a year. Cost of a new battery probably will be less than a quarter. The battery delivers power at an absolutely constant rate. It TRYING HAND,ON,INDIAN WHE.EL- Mrs Heanor Roosevelt, on a tour of India as • stale suest. tries an old spinning wheel during visit to Harijan colony. New Delhi. T studio home mdicales his occuDilion as accordion twcher. ALWAYS A DOUBLE FEATURE Phone 4621 Show Starts Weekdays == 7:00 p.m. Sat. Sun. = 1:00 p.m. takes only 1-lofl.OOOth of a wall lo •un the watch. The wrtstwntch was demonstrated today at a press confer- :nce .by Elgin National Watch Company. Only a laboratory mod- 'l has been made, said J. G. Shen- ian, Elgin president. Simultaneously In Paris, (he Lip Watch Company of Besancon, Prance, announced an electric wristwatch. It differs in many me- chancal -and electrcal respects, Shennan said. The two firms have exchanged information, but each did its own research separately. Shennan said the electric, watch keeps better time than wind-up ones. The electric watch will cost more, for some years al least. Shennan said, bul price was not estimated. The battery, or energy capsule as Elgin named it, fits into a capsule the size of a big medical pill. It powers a synchronously controlled motor, replacing the usual mainspring and olher parts. The motor develops 1-75.000,- OOOlh of a horsepower. The watch uses so little power thai electricity to light a 100-watt bulb would operate 10 million of them. Girl Carries On Phone Telh as Burglar Holds Pistol at Her Head ST LOUIS W> — A 17-year-old girl—a burglar's pistol held ot her head—carried on a seemingly casual telephone conversation last night while she and her family were robbed of $25,000 at their suburban home. The girl, EWora Roehl: her parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Roehl of Frontenac, and > sisicr, Elizabeth, 15, were terrorized by three masked men, who ransacked the house. Eldora vas on 'the telephone talking to s friend when the burglars entered. They threatened to shoot if she disclosed their presence. France Asks Promise On Rearmed Germany PARIS W)—France's government wants a binding promise from the U. S. Congress and Britain's parliament that rearmed Germans won't pull out of the proposed European army and revive the Wehr- macht. Foreign Minister Robert Schu- mnn told this to the National Assembly's Foreign Affairs Committee yesterday, a communique reported. Jap Police Reserve May Send Unto North CAMP OBIHIRO, Hokkaido, Japan W> — Japan's National Police Reserve—the core of Nippon's next army—may soon move two more divisions to this big island, the closest to Soviet Russia. One division of the 110,000-man police reserve.already Is here. Two more would mean nearly half the reserve's strength was deployed to meet any thrust by the Communist"; from the north. PAGE PTVB NO fLJGHTY FRIENDSHI P-c-,1 well in Yakima. Wash Both cat cooked moat and Mrs. llarotrl M. Rial gf( n\nng t but bird also eels birdseed. Navy To Whirl Airmen Like At High Altitude WASHINGTON (AP)—The Navy disclosed today It has developed a whirling device which can simulate the hazards ts> which humans and planes are subjected in liish speed, high altitude flight. ~' Called a "human centrifuge," tin machine operates like a cream separator, or the famjlar carnival "whip." Navy scientists said it offered the bfist possible solution to still unanswered questions about the physiological effects of operating—and escaping from—high altitude, high- speed airplanes. It also is designed to test aircraft materials under •stress. INVITATION TO BID Bids will be accepted by Housing Authority of the City'of Blytheville, Arkansas, at its office in the Administration Building at Chlckasaw Courts, in the City of Blytheville. Arkansas, until 2:00 o'clock, P.M. Central Standard Time, on Tuesday. March 25. 1952. for the construction of approximately one half mile of gravel streets at Cherokee Courts, South Elm Street, Blytheville, Arkansas. Plans and specifications may he obtained by prospective bidders at the office of this Authority. This Authority reserves the RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. WED.-THURS. "THE EAGLE AND HAWK" John Payne, Rhonda Fleming & Dennis O'Kcefe FRIDAY "SKIP ALONG ROSENBLOOM' Maxie Rosenhlmim Jackie Cooiin ArJennuer Okays Part Of Soviet Proposals BONN. Germany (API — West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer's major opposition—the Socialists—last night endorsed part of the Russians' latest proposals on Germany. A formal Socialist statemen. called for four-power talks to arrange K free national German election and unificatidn of the occupation-divided country as a prelude to a peace treaty. Long Name. Lon£ 'Drink It was the custom among Roman gallants lo toast their mistresses by drinking as many glasses as Ihere were letters in Ihclr lady's name, according to the Encyclopedia Brltannicai. right lo accept or reject any or all bids. Dated nt Blylhevilie. Arkansas, this 19th day of March, 1952. HOUSING AUTHORITY OP THE CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS By J. Mell Brooks. Secretary-Treasurer 3-19-21 Favorite of Millions St. Joseph ASPIRIN WORLD'S IAR6KT SELlfR AT 100 NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Jlatinoes Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 WED.-THURS. - "WEEKEND WITH FATHER" Van Hefiin • Patricia Ncal FRIDAY "TREASURE OF LOST CANYON' Last'Tirnes Tonight SAMUEL GOLDWYN 1 OUR VERY | OWN I ^^ Technicolor Short & Band Short Thursday & Friday! 2 Hits! RUTH WAtUICK KLIN CRtW Carlonn <£- Technicoolr Sport Short GOSPEL TSNG March 21 through 29 Evening Services 7:30 p.m. W. T. SHF.I.TOK Soni Director March 21 through 29 Slerl A. \Vatson EVANGELIST March 21 through 29 CHURCH OF CHRIST Main At Division WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chlcka- wbi District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Lcoria O'Neal, pit. vs - No. 11,091 William O'Neal, DH. The defendant, William O'Neal. is hereby warned to nppear within thirty tiays In the court named in ths caption hereof a ml niuwer the complaint of the pUlntl'f, Leoria O'Neal. Dated thU 3rd day of March, 1952. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Anita Sykes, D. 0 C. F. Copper, attorney for ptf Ed B. Cook, attorney ad litem. 3;5-12-19-2« GAS is FINE in The Furnace-not in Your Stomach If your stomach burns "like fire" it means your food l-irns to gas instead of digesting. So you ore in misery with bloat and can hardly breathe. nlytheville people say they are free of slom.ich gas since thev cot CERTA-VIN. This new medicine digests food faster ami heller Taken before meals it works with your food. Gas pains KO! nloat vanishes! 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