The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 7, 1953 · Page 1
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December 7, 1953

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 1

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'fAGE TWO BI.rnTKVTT.LB (AKK.V COUKTKR NEW? MONDAT, DECEMBER T, 19S» By KICHAKI) KLK1VKR. NEA Staff Correspondent NEW YORK — tNEA> -- Sandy Solo, an up-nnd-comer, is one boy who's found out thnt fl handicap can be a double trouble. If you've peon Solo on Georpo Jcssp'l's televised "Comeback Story" or in person, you know he's armWs. Both his arms were nnipu- trted M'. "'.• Ms p' - nr W.-JP s v iot down over P.'!;:\v.in Island in the Pacific. Thnt wrs totipli enoupli — he'd been studying to bo n sculptor, B'H, after lie scaled on sinfiinfr as his nrw cTcrr. ho found thnt m-:i" crs of n f •'>i <•:-!>s :uid theaters were afr.ifd to Don!; him. They \vove 51 ):•).-yoni'y i>:trii;l that p«- trons would be upset ai seeing hi.s fcoo!:s. Tli's aitifde. fortunatrly, is dis?.ppc:*iT.'5r nn:l riov? and more you're .--?c;V '» r l '^rimr 1'ils pooVookinn youn»Mer with the s • .r'y>, S.-n.'y hfd lo torch him.self how j to sin", 1 in pubMc, He cmil'in't use; t'T periures ofVr sinrrrrs UPC — • i'"-v lor:'; r\v';\vr.rd wit'i >'on!;s. Ho' lcrr*?s nr? rr:nd — or, riU'ier, hook; — in his poc'T-i. since t'i;it. Inn'.'* '• st nMm'pl. When he sinp.s now, : •p 'y P- '*s nny jitteniion to any*! one but his simuiur. ! S^mfv i"VM p -'s for Derby, n small: "'-?!. But fiat offers certain ad- v-«'••'-fPS to a bo"inner. '•With bis companies," Sanely s~ys, "yon "pt Jo~t. in t'ie sliuirie ETC I pet the pick of the SOURS." It's almost definite t'r-t S^ndy will be featured on Derby's first EP release. Je^el will narrate the "Comeback Story," and Soio w do four so"i?rs. Take fl listen to him. See if you don't spree t, ! iai he sounds more like the Icit* Buddy Clark than any singer around. And that's not bad. THE POPULAR Sll>K: The new hit song, "Oh Mein Papn," comes from a current German musical. E^sex' Dave Miller hoard it and pot, trumpeter Eddie Calvert to record it. Then came English lyrics and Eddie Fisher . . . Capitol's jack- of-nlHangunpes. YOgi Yor^esson, i.s out with two new ones. As Yopi, he does "Ya, Ya, Ya f " a Scandinavian DICK'S PICKS SUREFIRE — "Oh Mein Papa"( Eddie Fisher, RCA), SLEEPER— "The Jones Boy" (Bobby Wayne. Mercury). GOOD ONES — "Christmas Dragnet" (Stan Freberg, Capitol); "Nina Non" (Joni Jflmcs, MOM); "Fas-I-Nay-Shun" (Bernice Parks, Mercury); "Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries" (Jaye P. Morgan, Derby); "For the First Time" (June Hulton, Capitol); "The River Seine" (David Rose, MGMi; "Not Since Nineveh" (Ross BagdasariRn, cMr- cury). POP ALBUMS — Joni James- first ft] bum, "Let There Be Love" (MGM), i.s a soft collection of ballads: Les Elgart's "Sophisticated Swing" iColum- bia) shows real originality; Jackie Gleason must be running out of moods — his latest, on Capitol, is "Music to Mnke You Misty," nice nwsic plus a lovely redhead on the album jacket. CLASSICAL — Beethov- •n's Symphony No. 3 in E-Plnt Major lEroica) by the Philhar- mouica Orchestru or London, led by Herbert von Karnjnn (An); the same group does equally well with Sibelius' Symphony No. 5 In E-Flat Major'(Finlan- dla) on the snme label; Mozart's Quartets Dedicated to Haydn (A find C Major) played on historic Stra diva ri by the Budapest String Quartet (Columbia). Whiffenpoof Soni?, and, as Hurry Karl, he does » Japanese "The Night Before Chrislmns." ON THE CLASSICS: There's n pleasure in someone doing something pxcrrdincly well. Dario Sorin brinps this pleasure to critical listeners with his nrw Angel records. Fine instrumontal music and light and grand oporn. plus m-anv,i in the manner of the Old Vie. company, are recorded with silken .smoothness by British technicians. The snme quality records come in two pnckagcs, ovie :\ simple cardboard envelope 1 and thro ther - welt wortli the slight additional charge tttr cdiivcniouce — Rie nosi hlinf* and proiociinff device since RCA- Victor's "Pine and Fountains of Home" album . . . Columbia is rrasjnfr Us prices for 12-inch Master works I,Ps from $5.45 to $r>.9!>. Multiple sots will fjot up, loo. The Mississippi river surface between dikes n! New Orleans normally is about three feet above the average level of the city's streets. Read Courier News Classified Ad.* Hide and Heal Pimples of Acne! Even Stubborn Cases Respond Quickly! Tormented by blackhead 1 :, blemishes, and pimples of acne? Here's ama/.ing new liclpt Tussy's Medicare Anti-Hlcm- ish Set. A leading skin doctor reports that in recent tests, * even Miihhorn cases treated with Medicare ....showed quick, vvarked improvement! Amiizmg New Treatment Works Two Ways \\ It clcansts the skin to help prevent more blemishes. 2) It hides pimples while it helps to heal ihcm. And the whole treatment takes only a few minutes a day.' Helps Shin Purify Itself First, cleanse with Tussy Creamy Masque. It cleanses ?u no cream possibly can. It stimulates; removes outside and skin-made grime; removes the dried-up oil thnt often onuses pimples. Contains wonder- drug HcXachlorophcne to put the brakes on hiiclerial growth. Lotion Hides I'lmplcs While It Works Nest...smooth on Timy Medicated Lotion. It's non-oily; won"! show under powder be- c;uisc It's skm-colorcil. It helps dry up pimples; contains McxHchlorophene. Don't .Suffer Another Day A.vk for the Tussy Medicare Anii-Hlcmi.sh Set. Only $2 lax ftee, at Woods Drug Store 221-W. Main I'honc -1507 t . H ' to learn good grooming Teach your first-grader the importance of maintaining a first-rate appearance at all times . . , neat, trim, well-groomed. \Vashahles, laundered crisp and sparkling clean, do wonders for his sense of pride and self respect . . at trifling cost to you (when we do the laundering, that is). LAUNDRY - CLEANERS See JIMMIE First! EE BETTER TV BETTER TLis Week-in Blytheville-TV as You Have Never Seen It Before! Memphis' frwote!evision stations, WMCT and WHBQ, have completed construction on their rew towers end this week they are scheduled to turn on full power. This will enable televiewers in Elythevifte end the sur, ousvding territory, for the first time, to see television at its very best. GREAT NEW P i: SEE6« alongside your present TV TIER WITH OUTSTANDING NEW VALUE! DESIGNED FOR UHF ANO VHF BUCK-DAYLII! WITH ULTRA-VISION lest in your own home! DESIGNED FOR UHF AND VHF BUCK-DAm VV/TH ULTRA-VISION S KE fl-F, Ultra-Vision in action, next to your present TV set. Sec with your own eyes that G-K Ultra- Vision delivers blacker blacks, whiter whiten, far more clarity, less glare and reflections than a?*]/ ofher make. World's only TV with a 21- inch Aluminized Picture Tube! Sno TV's moat spectacular showdown in your own home. No obligation I tory warranty on victur* tultr, 90 davt on pur it. Morf B ( 11C208U. 31 G-E Ullro-Viiton CD genoinn mohogany iwtvtj coittr*. TERMS AS LOW AS $4.93 A WEEK! -bjVKN if you think your present TV gives you a pretty sood picture—the, new G-E Ultra-Vision will amaze you. You'll see blacker blacks, whiter whites 100% (treater range of gray, . . . new easy-on- the-eyes clarity and contrast with no an- noyjnj? glare or reflections. See TV's most dramatic comparison—G-E Ultra-Vision alongside any other television. EASIEST TERMS IN YEARS •fne. ?-^. ffjfi rflj;i jaj'o*-vwarmnfj,tfiipfc, tube, so Jo w OB partt. For All Your GE Appliances See Jimmie First We have a lot of used GE TV Sets, too. And they are priced for quick sale. Other GE TV ids As Low As YOUR DEALER Jimmie Edwards FURNITURE COMPANY 301 E. Main—Ph. 2487

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