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June 9, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAOB ma Dilemma of a Farm Wife-How Much Can An Emperor Eat ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The homemade cookies and lemonade were all ready — But a Minnesota farm wife was worrying today about how much an African Emperor could eat or drink of them on a stop scheduled for just 20 minutes. And are he and his party going to like the treats? ' Mrs. Edwin Doty, who helps her husband farm in southern Minnesota made the preparations when Haile Selassie, ruler of Ethiopia, said he wanted to view a typical farm during his one-day visit to Minnesota. Mrs. 'Doty was hoping she had enough of her and her husband's favorite goodies—while looking askance at an official party listing enough persons to fill eight autos. The entourage was starting the day with religious devotions and breakfast here at Christ Lutheran Church, followed by a tour of St. Paul and Minneapolis. At the state capitol, Gov. C. Elmer Anderson was greeting the royal guests before the caravan departed for Rochester and a morning tour of the world-famed Mayo Clinic. Seven miles south of Rochester Comes the 11:50 a.m. to 12:10 p.m. stop at the Dotys. "Just Handy" "Oh, I guess we were picked just because we happened to be handy, right oxi Highway 63," said Mrs. Doty as she pondered last minute preparations for the regal visitor. She said she was being buoyed up somewhat by the fact a luncheon is slated at Austin only 55 minutes after the motorcade depart? from her home. "So they can't eat so very much and I ought to have enough of everything," she concluded. The Dotys, principally livestock farmers, were happy that the fields along the Emperor's path were green with sprouted corn. In Austin, Selassie will tour the Geo. A. Hormel Co. meat packing plant after being guest of that firm for luncheon. The caravan returns here for a 6 p.m. press j conference following tea the ruler will sip with President Clemens M. Granshou of St. Olaf College at Nortbiield. The Minnesota day ends with Selassie talking on Ethiopian farming as compared to American methods at a dinner on the University of Minnesota campus. The party emplanes tomorrow for Spokane Wash. Show Starts 7:00 p, m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times WED & THURS. Double Feature MOWAID HUGHES ,r,,..,. DEVIL'S CANTON VIRGINIA MWNUflE ROBERTSON ITEPHEN McNAlLT-ARTHUR HUNNICUTT . EDMUND G*AIHGERr«™ —AND— HAL ROACH 'wShaniTRACY-JM SAWYER Cartoon "TV Of Tomorrow" BICUSPID PLOWING—Andre Le Gall, of Samt-Malo. France, isn't trying to fjet rid of an aching molar. The 53-year-old farmer is merely showing skeptics in the crowd that he can plow up a field by pulling the farm implement with his teelh. POP — Paul Hoffman is the 1954 "Father of the Year." He was chosen by the National Father's Day Committee be-, cause of his "rare statesmanship and the active part he has taken' in promoting peace at home and abroad." He is former head of the Economic Administration. The 1954 "Father" has seven children. i Nina Foch to Marry NEW YORK iff) — Actress Nina Foch, 30, and actor L. James Lipton, 29, obtained a marriage license yesterday. It will be the second marriage for Lipton and the first for Miss Foch. Both are of New York. Temperature of the burning end of a cigaret is between 1200 and 1325 degrees Fahrenheit. Rocket-Powered Sled Carries AF Officer 421 Miles Per Hour AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a., and 4 R,m. for Ritz & Roiy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY PLUS SELECTED SHORTS THURSDAY and FRIDAY At Ms greatest... ripping your emotions with thrills! LEOGENN SUSAN STEPHEN in M tar • NW h * T I. mi Paramount News & Cartoon "Hair Today" ALAMOGORDON, N. M. Iff)—A 43-year-old Air Force colonel reached a speed of 421 miles an hour on the giteund — a record for a human—duriiig recent tests at Holloman Air Force Base here. Lt. Col. John P. Stapp, a veteran of aviation medical research, rode a rocket-propelled sled designed to find out the effect upon fliers of bailing out at very high altitudes and supersonic speeds. "Things happen too fast to think about them at the time," He said after the 3,500-foot run, which takes just seven seconds. The critical factor in the test is the effect of the braking on the passenger. Officials estimate Col. Stapp's body underwent a pressure of 22 times the force of gravity and his body assumed the weight of 3,960 pounds. "It was a fine ride," he said. "I feel a great sense of achievement.- Completing this run got a load off my chest." May Reach 800 The only other human to top 400 m.p.h. on the ground was John Cobb. who drove a race car at 403.135 m.p.h. at Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah, Sept. 6, 1947. Stapp, chief of tne Aero Medical Field Laboratory at Holloman Air Development Center, made the record run March 19 on his 2Tth sled ride. His previous fastest time had been 180 m.p.h. at Edwards Air Force Base in California. The test sled, designed by Northrop Aircraft, Inc, Hawthorne, OX -Theatre- On West Main St. In Blytheville Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat,. Sun. 1:00 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen ": ROBERT CUMMINGS BARBARA COCUfttl* PICTURES (ttscuta Time mm Sill Goodwin-Jeff Donnell-Carf Benton Re'Kt-Mwa Banie Scie»n Pliy 6y Jean Rouwral aid HUJJD Eotlfr, Fr»t TaJMin and taw Lustier • Directed Dy FRANK TASHLIN • A NORMA PROOUCTIOH PioducM t>r HAMJLO H£CHT .AND— WOMAN THEY ALMOST LYNCHED A REPUBLIC PICTURE ; ALSO CARTOON THURS. & FRI. Double Feature JOHN FOOD wtf MHUtN C. COOK* I TOET •• /IPACME tt.rr< n « JOHN WAT* - MEHKY FONM SHIKltY TtMflE . Km AKMCNMMl OlrictidkylOimoKD —AND— THE MARRYING KIND Starring Judy Holliday & Aldo Ray Also Cartoon Calif., consists of two vehicles—the propulsion sled .and the test vehicle. The propulsion sled carriers 12 rockets, each with a thrust of 4,500 pounds, six of which were used in the March test. The two vehicles are mounted on special railroad tracks between which is a water trough five feet wide and 18 inches deep. Braking is achieved by controllable metal scoops under each vehicle which scoop up water from the trough. In future tests, it is hoped to carry volunteers at speeds up to 800 m.p.h. at this 4,092-foot alti- Toscanini Off to Italy NEW YORK i/P'uP)-~Maestro Arturo Tuscan in i left by air yesterday for his .summer home on Lake Maggiorc. Italy. Toscanini. 87, retired hist April 4 as conductor of the National Broadcasting Co. orchestra. His son Waller told newsmen the maestro "dctinitoly is corning back in October or November." James K. Polk was the only speaker of the U.S. Mouse of Representatives ever to become President. tude. Due to variations in air density at different altitudes, this would be the equivalent of 1,800 m.p.h. at 40.000 feet. Korea Joins Worldwide Press Association SEOUL W) — President Syngman Rhee today pulled ft switch linking the 61 South Korean news and radio subscribers of the Korean Pacific Press to the worldwide radio-teletype facilities of The Associated Press. "This is another one of my dreams come true." Rhee said. "I always wanted Korea to receive news reports direct from America. This is a realization of that dream." The Korean Pacific Press, the largest news agency in Korea, now receives the Associated Press report by radio-telephone from San Francisco. It translates the report into Korean and distributes it to 49 newspapers and 12 radio stations. Annual milk supply of the United States contains 1.450.000.000 pounds of nutrients, such as protein, minerals, lactose and fat. COMMANDANT-Vice Adm. Alfred C. Richmond is the new commandant of the U. S. Coast Guard. He succeeds Vice Adm. Merlin O'Neil. who is retiring. Von Fleet Returns to For East Tour HONOLULU W! — Retired Gen. James A. Van Fleet arrived at Hickam Air Base lust night on the way back to the Fur East, to resume his interrupted survey of military assistance needs of U. S. allies. He had been called back to Washington from Formosa. He planned to leave tomorrow for LITTLE LIZ Most fellows wish they had a$ much fun when they're out os their wives think they do. REXALL PHARMACIST GIVE YOU PERSONALIZED PRESCRIPTION SERVICE. HAND & BODY FOAM softening lotion™*. ! softening lotion. ! . .4 ounce ELKAYS AIR REFRESHER Super Speed Razor Set Razor with Blue Blade • dispenser. I POISON IVY LOTION ELKAYS ANT & ROACH KILLER aerosol, 10 ounce 1.49 SYMBOL LATEX GLOVES non-siip ............... 79* BROWNIE Holiday CAMERA REXALL FIRST AID KiTg^ eta ' ^ wi ! h ..... L35 REXALL QUIK-SWABS 100 cotton tipped applicators 29< Takes #127 film, black and white or color. CELUREX LAXATIVE S ides . l " b : icat . ing . . 65 STAG Writing Paper for Men POND'S Cold Cream Fff Removes make-up. 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