The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1954 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 21, 1954
Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL M, 19W <A«K.) ootmiER NEWS ke Prolongs Easter Vacation § At Augusta Will Interrupt Stay for Series Of Speeches AUGUSTA, Ga .(AP) — President Eisenhower has decided to prolong his vacation here, after an interruption tomorrow and Friday for a series of speeches. The President's headquarters announced late yesterday that he will fiy back to Augusta Friday night. from Kentucky. Indications when he arrived here April 13 were that the vacation would end tomorrow. Eisenhower will leave by plane tomorrow afternoon for Washington where he will make a quick trip to Constitution Hall to talk informally at the annual convention of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Immediately after the talk he will fly on to New York for a address at a night meeting of the American Newspaper Publishers Association. Flies to Kentucky Friday morning he will fly from Washington to Kentucky where he witt: (1) review the tank command at Ft. BEnox; (2) visit Abraham Lin- cote's birthplace cabin at Hodgen- viiie and speak briefly at Lincoln memorial building ceremonies: (3) speak at Transylvania College's convocation at Lexington. .James C. Hagerty, White House press secretary, said Eisenhower feas decided to return to Augusta fpom Lexington Friday night in- stej.d of going back to Washington. 'Hie President plans to spe-nd Sa*urde»y golf-ing and to fly to Washington sometime Sunday ACHIEVEMENT - Albert Raizneiy of New Xork City, listens to the coffee-can radio he built At first the set didn't work, so he sent it to the General Electric plant in Schenectady, N. Y., and an expert explained his slight error in construction. Because be wouldn't rest unty it worked, Albert finds hknsejf a symbol of the nation's scientists. Firemen Lose Truck ROGERS, Ark. (JP) — The Rogers fire department was fighting a grass fire when the fire truck caught fire. Chief Frank Jacobs and his crew stood by helplessly while the truck became a mass of twisted steel. Mr-s. Eisenhower wiil remain in Augusta while the President is off ji his speak-ing tour tomorrow and Friday. She will return to the White House with him Sunday. James flooseve/f's Wife Rejects Offer for Property Settlement LOS ANGELES W> — James Roosevelt's estranged wife Romelle rejected his compromise offer of a divorce and half his property. "Just a publicity stunt" was the way she described yesterday her husband's proposal to avert trial of a separate maintenance action in which she makes sensational charges of infidelity. Roosevelt Ls seeking the Democratic congressional nomination in the 26th California District at the June 8 primary. His latest proposal in his domestic controversy Pockmarked Windshields Radioactive? DAYTON, Ohio & — A scientist at Antioch College at nearby Yellow Springs said yesterday he found radioactive material in dirt samples taken from cars whose windshields were mysteriously pockmarked. The scientist, who asked not to be named, said the findings were "not unexpected." He said after every A or H-bomb test there may be measurable traces of fallout here or many other places. "The fallout is measurable but not considered dangerous to humans." he explained. No pockmarked windshields epidemic has been reported in Dav- ton but the public information office at nearby Wright-Patterson Air Force Base said 10 windshields on field staff cars were badly damaged by pockmarks. Paint Closeout Many Types and Colors 1 Price Hubbard Hardware drew tois commit from Arthur E. Schif-ferman, Mrs. Roosevelt's attorney: -Apparently Mr. Roosevelt prefers to make emotional appeals M public opinion rather than to letuv this matter for judicial determination." 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