The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 1, 1952 · Page 14
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FXGZ FOVRTUff Cinerama-Movies 7 Latest Wonder, Is Crowd Pleaser BJ EDWARD CURTIS NEW YORK W>—You can now take a dizzy ride on a roller coaster —siting In B movie Beat. BRITAIN'S ATOMIC TEST- CroM mark off Australia's northwest coast on Nowsmap shows the Monte Bello Islands where Great Britain will conduct her first atomic weapons tests. The Royal Australian Navy has moved-into positions near the islands and the tests are exported to get under way shortly. Wants Certificate to State His Sex THREE RIVERS, Qlle, W — A 38-year-olct man says lie Is not « woman and his name Is Joseph Borneo, no mailer what his baptismal certificate says. He nskoci the Superior Court hero yesterday to order n chnnge In his certificate, which attests to the birth of a girl, Marie Arthe- mtse, Dec. 2, 1014. Tho man's parents (old the court Joseph's godmother was named Mario Arlhomise. The priest st the baptismal apparently entered her name on the wrong line then deduced from that the baby was female. Nobody noticed the mistake until Joseph's employer asked for the certificate In connection with * pension fund.. Joseph also told the court he's married and Is the father of six children. Judge Leon LmJole Bald he would give n decision Inter. You'll gasp, get clammy handj It's real. It's Cinerama. This Is a new movie system of projecting picture which gives an Illusion of the thin dimension—depth. After its premiere lost night a the Broadway Theater, old movie man Louis B. Mayer exclaimed: "I think It means ne« life for pictures. It'll do for the indtistr what sound did for silent pictures'- The first showing of the new film s pitched on Its technique rather than a dramatic story. The hackers of the .new process wanted to sho what It could do. The result Is scries of bcaulltul and at times startling sketches In color of Europe and American scenes. The film Is projected, on a curve, screen. It's like looklni? Into th bottom of a "U". The screen in ahout six times the slw> ol tho one in your neighborhood theater. He-ally Three The Iniaue on the screen li ont one picture. It's rcnlly three In making the movie, the photographer uses a camera with three lenses One looks straight ahead, a second to the left and n third to She right The projection is the same way You see three pictures Joined to-' jether as one on tho big screen Because of the curve In the screen' you Bet the Illusion of depth With the new projection system .uiornma also hns come un with icw sound. There are five loudspeakers* paced around the curved Screen niiil other loudspeakers are u Ihes idea and In back of the The mast excltl.i B sequence In the dim, 'This is Cinerama," was the opening one. This took the audience in a roller coaster ride with all the Millsni of lw,iii£ i,, ,),„ fr(mt C0[13t( , r BLYTHEVTLLg (ARK.) COUMBR NBW* TTT* $S^'&* tf£r£*'* £ ' J&- a v j*v' j./w.. -* JF^r-r%_"^"Or*. - ?ff,... -> * WBDKBSDAY, OCT. Woman Gains Son And Son-in-Lavr COBTLAND, N.Y. HI _ Mrs Clarence Homer acquired a son and a son-in-low on the same day. At 12:40 a.m., she gave birth to nn eight-pound, one-ounce boy in Cortland Hospital. At 2 p.m., she attended the wedding of her daughter Evelyn Louise to William Robert Hulbcrt of Homer, in a Covlland church. She went to the wedding in a wheel chnir and Inter returned to the hospital. «hon, Four Red Buddies Buried SOMEWHERE IN KOREA W- gt. Louis J. Movie, McKec.HDort "-: Sst. Jerry L. lawless. S( outs and u. l.oya A. Tl, t ,,,,, ls ^phne, Ala., were out on cti'l'l'p'" 111 W1 '° S lltcre? " M »vlc "No." answered a voice in the blackness. "No. who?" asKed Movie. Chon," cnme the answer They burled Chon ami loin- Communist comrades today. Genera/ to Ret/re L Actress to Toss $25,000 Party For 'Cry Crooner" Johnny Ray nri ~ U ' Qcn - Wl '»» n. Ciltlcnborgcr. commanding pen- ernl of the First Army, will retire from active mllilary service Dec 31 Rend Courier News Classified Ads. By JAMES IIACON' HOLLYWOOD U5_Mlirluu Dav- les. once movleland's most fabulous hostess, will loss a $25000 party tomorrow night far Johnny Ray, n singer she must have heard but never has met. The soiree (fives every Indication of being the biggest social affair In Hollywood In years. The acceptance list, numbering 500 already —and growing—reads jjk e pages from the movie almanac. Miss Davlcs has In Iked with Ray on the phone and she knows his bride, the Cornier .Marilyn Morrison. Mrs. Hay Ls the daughter of Charlie Morrison, owner of the Mocnmbo. But what brings Ray to town Ironically. Is an engagement at Giro's, the Mocamrjo'B rival for Sunset Strip night life trade. Ciro's signed Rny for n crying engagement nt the first Inkling of Johnny's romance with Morrison's unujjhtcr. Capt. Horace Brown, Miss Davics' seafaring husband, will be at her side receiving guests In her spacious Beverly Hills home. Some of them will be Joan Crawford, Gary Cooper, Hoagy Carmichael, Ethel Merman. Debbie Reynolds, Jack Benny, Spike Jones, George Burns nncl Grade Alien, Clifton Webb, Conrad Hilton. Van Johnson, Edward CS. Robinson, Bill Doyd, Jean Simmons, Stewart Grainier, Bill Powell. Charles Farrell, Jerry Lewis, Esther Williams, Lana Turner, Fernando llamas and Freeman Gosdcn and Charles Corrcll, better known as Amos n' Andy. Huge tents will be erected on tho grounds. Three rooms within the mansion are being redecorated to resemble three New York night spats—the Stork Club. 21 and El Morocco. There will be three hands and a host of butlers to serve. There will he a halt dozen How Does Pancho Know About Time UPLAND, Cnlif. M»_This | s tt progress report on Pancho, the I'osfoffice mascot. Yon may remember Pancho who makes (he rounds with postman Charlie D EVERTS. Pancho made (he papers when daylight saving lime started, showing up an hour late the first few days, then setting off nt a brisk trot until he caught up with Charlie. Sure enough, Charlie was early the first couple of days after time returned to standard. But he just lay down to wait. What the boys at the Postoffice want (o know is how Pancho knows that he's early or late bars. It will be something like the parties Marlon used to give in her king-sized beach front cottage at Santa Monica. An aide to the former movie queen estimates the cost of this affair at S25.000— "and that's conservative." he added. Junior Crack* Police Hold Boy, 7 HEHR1N, 111. w>~This Southern Illinois city had a 7-year-old safe robber on its hands recently. Police Chief Blalne Maddox gave this account: A small boy took a seat In a shoe store. Clerks figured he was waiting for his mother and Ignored him. He went to the store's opened safe, took »317 and walked out unchallenged. He bought a wrist watch and a wallet, tried to give money av,jy on Park Avenue and went to a movie where he flashed some J2Ds. Police, acting on a tip, made a hectic «earch of the movie house finally finding the boy under a seat The shoe store did not note Its loss until the day's end. The chief recovered »308 and called Juvenile authorities to take over JN THE CHANCERY COURT CHICKASAVVBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY ARKANSAS Louise Smith, Ptf. vs No. 12,186 Hugh E. Smith, Dft. War/iinj- Order The defendant, Hugh E. Smith, Is warned to appear In this court; within thirty days and ansv.-er (h» complaint of the plaintiff, Louise Smith, and upon (allure so to do said complaint will be taken as confessed. Witness my hand as Clerk of the Chancery Court, Chlckasawba District, Mississippi County. Arkansas, and seal of this court, this 30 day of September, 1952. Harvey Morris, clerk Laverne Ball, D.C. James M. Gardner, atty. for ptt. T. J. Crowder, atty. ad litcm. 10JI-8-15-22 Uruguayan Bomber Falls MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay W) — A Uruguayan Air Force B25 bomuer exploded and crashed yesterday killing seven crewmeii. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Trash Con Gets Mail CHIPLEY. Pla. yp, _ Thc cl | council had the word "trash" steJ ciled boldly on its new street ruJ bish containers recently because t.l many people were mistakenly ma Ing letters In the dark gi-ecn car. Irue Sour Mash Bourbon first made Kentucky whiskies famous, and our famous OLDnTlGERALD is the Kentuckian's favorite. Sour Mash Bourbon. OLD FASHIONED...* n n , ^/l ~ * Vy»-» "till 1'IS. O Plus Tax H ri us Tax i Plus rM STITZEL-WEUER DISTILLERY . YEARS / KENTUCKY STRAIGHT *° URBON w »'SKi)Y • IOOP*OOP Famoiis N ames for Men And Boys Martin's BEE BAIT — Marjode Dnrbera and her friends think it's Just too, too sweet tbst she has been named "Miss Wild Honey" in Hollywood. little beaux! IMPORTED Holland Bulbs Choo« yours right away while selections are complete. 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