The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 23, 1953 · Page 1
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November 23, 1953

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 1

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*AOE TWO NEWS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1»N By RICHARD KLEINER NBA Staff Correspondent NEW YORK — One recording development ol 1»3, that may • even have more lasting effects than the doggie in the window, is the release of Musical Sound Books. These are 51 records lor "young listeners." Paul Lazare and Dr. Miller McClintock. who are behind the project, have long felt that most children's records are -comic-book music." So they* set about lo do something better- Musical Sound Books, the result, are mostly gay classical selections, many written specifically for children. There are such things as Schumann's "Scenes From Childhood." Bizet's "Children's Games," Saint- saens 1 "Carnival ol the Animals.' DICK'S PICKS , SUREFIRE: "jungle Bells" (Les Paul and Mary Ford, Capitol). SLEEPER: "Robe of Calvary" (Jill Corey, Columbia). GOOD ONES :"C hanging Partners" (Kay Starr, Capitol); "Why Does It Have to Be Me?" (Tony Bennett, Columbia); "Mama's Gone. Good-Bye" (Pee Wee Hunt. Capitol); "Native Dancer" (Rusty Draper, Mercury); "Joey's Theme From 'Little Fugitive," (Eddy Manson, Columbia); "Cool Water" (Billy May, Capitol). POP ALBUMS: "Christmas With Arthur Godfrey" (Colum- , bia) has Godfrey's gang doing j the Yuletide favorites. There's- even a song called "The Christmas Song" by a tenor named LaRosa. . . • There are plenty of laughs on "Anna Eussell Sings! Again?" (Columbia) with Miss Russell satirizing opera, women's clubs and Gilbert and Sullivan. CLASSICAL: Two full-length operas- Wagner's "Tristan and Isolde" .(RCA-Victor) stari Kirsten FlagstRd and Ludwlg Suthaus, and Stravinsky's 'The Rakes Progress" (Columbia) has Hilde Gueden. Blanche Thebom and Eugene Conley in the top roles. . . . Menahem Press'er playsShostakovitch's 24 Preludes for the piano (MOM) and another pianist, Ania Dorfman, performs Chopin's Waltzes, complete (Bluebird). signed a new vocalist, Cathy Collins. . . . That weird rhythm, that makes Richard Hayes' record, "The Long Black Rifle," so fascinating, is made by playing a snare drum on top of a kettle drum. Mercury credits Hayes him«cll with devising the Idea. ON THE CLASSICS: NBC-TV's vastly-moving production. "Victory at Sea," was an emotional experience which left us often thrilled and exhausted. How great a part the special score created by Richard Rodsera had in creating these moods can be realized by listening to RCA-Victor's record of an orchestral aulte from the score, arranged and conducted by Robert Russell Bennett. It stands by Itsell as deeply expressive music, and to those who are haunted by the Twisters Strike Florida/ Louisiana PANAMA CITY. FU. (/Pj-Residents of Woodvllle, a smull north- nwest Florida commuiilty, cleared up debris today after * roaring Sunday morning tornado which smashed six homo and left 21 injured. Another twister ripped across two south Louisiana parishes counties a few hours earlier, dcstroy- memory of the TV fi!m'« magnificent pictures It Is a memorable souvenir. ing 26 homes and Injuring one person. Most of Woodvllle's 100 residents were at home when the storm hit nt 8:40 a. m. Many of those who<>e homes were leveled by the Louisiana twister escaped Injury because they were attending « church fair. Trie narrow twlsher raced across Lafayette and St. Martin parishes, striking heaviest near Broussard, a small farming town. COMMIISlONEll'l SALE NOTICIC 18 HEREBY GIVEN, That In pursuance of the •uthority and directions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Mississippi County, Chlck- asawba District, made and entered in a certain cause (No. 12,483) then pending therein between Randolph Evans and Max Logan, as Trustee, plaintiffs, and William M. Denton, Bessie Mae Denton, Hurley Alford, Wllma Alford and Kenneth Storey, as defendants, the under 1 signed, as Commissioner of said court, will offer for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder at the South door of the County Court house In the City of Blythevllle, Arkansas at 11 o'clock A.M. on December llth, 1953, the following described real estate. to wit: ' Part o! the Southwest Quarter (SW'/4> of the Nortnc.,bi (NE>/ 4 > of Section 28, Township 15 North, Kange 11 East, described as follows: Beginning at a point 1172 feet due east of the Southwest corner of the said Southwest Quarter of the North-1 east Quarter of said Section 28, thence due East 65 feet; thence due North 208 feet: thence due West 65 feet: thence due South 208 feet to the point of beginning; containing .31 acres, more or less. TERMS OF SALE: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond; as required by law and the. order nnd decree of said Court in said cause, with approved security,, bearing Interest at the rate of 8% per annum from date of sale until paid, arid a lien being retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money: GIVEN under my hand this Mrd day of November, 1953. OERALDINE LISTOH, Commissioner In Chancery. Reid & Roy, Attys. I1/23-JO and Ravel's "Mother Goose Suite." Many of the selections run only 30 or 40 seconds, and all are things youngsteri can understand and.or enjoy. A« a unit, the Musical Sound Books make up the largest, musical library ever recorded at one time. Begun last January. II wns finished by Aug. 1. Many of the selection!) were recorded In Europe, and many feature the fine young American pianist, Sondra Blanca. One feature of the set is that they're made on new-fashioned 78-r.p.m. records—new In. that i they're the first Extended Play 78s, some running five minutes, or so per side. That technique wa* choten with n merciful thought for teachers, who have to search through an LP record for a wanted passage. If you have a child, Musical Sound Books are a fine way to Introduce good music... * . » THE POPULAR SIDE: Mercury coming out with a tribute to Sophie Tucker, called "Fifty Golden Years." Top Mercury artists, like Pattl page, Vic Damone and Georgia Gibbs, will sing on the album. . . . Sammy Kaye has! n office -typewriters? ...ffifs is! NIW \nslant-Sel Margins automatic, accurate, fasti NEW. Touch responsive, feather-light! NEW "Write" clean, clear, uniform! NEW Keylever Action speed where it counts! This ill-new Smith-Corona "Eighty-Eight" Secretarial is engineered for tireless touch, effortless speed and action. Try itl in your own office... Smith'Corona Don Edwards Co. Phone 338'2 Blytheville, Ark. NOW-EXCLUSIVELY IN BLYTHEVILLE WELBILT GAS RANGES $ 189.95 $ 109.95 $ 129.95 Yes, the Jimmie Edwards Furniture Co., is now the exclusive dealer in Blytheville for WELBILT Gas Ranges—one of the nation's leading lines of gas ranges. WELBILT Gas Ranges have all of the modern range features including Robert Shaw oven heat control. You can just set it and forget it with a WELBILT range. The Jimmie Edwards Furniture Co., now has a complete line of WELBILT Gas Ranges in stock. So "See Jimmie Today and Cook the WELBILT Way." 179.95 229.95 ALWAYS "SEE JIMMIE FIRST" JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 301 EAST MAIN "SEE JIMMIE FIRST' PHONE 2487

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