The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 21, 1954 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 21, 1954
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WEDNESDAY, JTJLY 21, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Firing Rockets Into Space Is Now Mere Routine at Holloman By LEIF ERICKSON ALAMOGORDO, N. M. (AP) — The fantastic has become routine in little more than five years at Holloman Air Development Center. n-—.. * Any week and every week rockets can be shot 90 miles up into space, carrying incredibly complex electronic instruments to ask questions and get answers on what's what up there. For instance, one mission of the last 20-foot Aerobee rocket whooshed upwards from the White Sands desert floor was checking wind velocity and direction in the upper atmosphere. Mile A Second The rocket itself hurtles upward at supersonic speed—not very much less than a mile a second or 3,600 miles an hour. The wind check instruments and tiny vanes mounted in jeweled bearings. What they find out is Onetime Mental Patient Held In Teenage Slaying 43-Year-Old Man Seized for Lover's Lane Murder JOLIET, El. MB — A 43-year-old onetime mental patient was seized last night for the lover's lane slaying of an 18-year-old schoolgirl he reportedly had been dating secretly for two years. The suspect, Anthony Stefanish, was charged with murdering pretty brunette Doris Bogart. He told police she was shot to death Saturday night by three masked, men who stopped his car on a country road. He said he drove her body around the countryside for two days without notifying the police "because they railroaded me once before," when he was sent to a mental institution. . Shot Twice jlngs. Miss Bogart's body was found! The _ *early yesterday sprawling out of t the testing ground. The 658th Test the door of Stefanich's car parked I Squadron provides the men whose LITTLi UZ— A consulting physkJon Is o doctor who Is colled »n to shore the b!ome. recorded by electronic method. All the rocket checks—on temperature, radiation, light and chemical changes—have a military purpose. Missiles are being developed that fly or will fly in these altitudes. Instruments to guide these missiles must be perfected. How upper atmosphere conditions affect this guiding gear must be learned. Science Fiction Layout The Air Force Cambridge Research Center, at Cambridge, Mass., assigns rocket missions to such schools as Michigan, Colorado, Utah and Rhode Island universities and correlates the find- Holloman center provides Taxi Driver Is Cleared Of Hotel Murder INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (fl») —Police were left without a good lead today after they ruled out a taxicab driver's identification in their search for the killer of 18-year old Dorothy Poore. The driver. Wesley B. Rivin, had picked a photograph from hundreds ot the police identification bureau and said it was the "woman- crazy" man he drove to the Claypool Hotel Thursday. Irvin's fare gave his name as O 7 Shea. The last occupant of the room in which the Clinton High School graduate's body was found Sunday registered as Jack O'Shea. Police picked up the man, whose picture Irvin and two hotel employes identified, but they released him after questioning when they learn- he had been out of town. 'C/iesty' Doctor Convicted TAIPEH, Formosa (J?) — A Chinese doctor who promised two women he could increase their bust measurements with a secret injections today was given a choice of five months in prison or a fine of Building Permits and Real Estate Transfers Six building permits were granted by the city last week for the construction of a warehouse, residence, grocery store, car port and two remodeling jobs. H. B. Wright received a permit for a $5,000 five room frame residence at 1013 Spruce Street, while James M. Besharse, Jr., received one for Davis. a car-port at 101 West Jim Madkins is planning the construction of a $2,700 frame grocery store building at Sixteenth and Brawley. Farmers Soybean Corp. received a permit to build a »22,500 steel ware- in a lover's lane near a Joliet area cemetery. She had been missing since Saturday night. She had been shot twice, in the shoulder and in tne heart. routine duty is to shoot Aerobee rockets 90 miles toward the sky. Holloman, an abandoned wartime B29 base whose barracks ) were blowing apart in the desert. Scratches and bruises on ner j winds in 1947, now is a massive body and the disarray of her blue jeans and plaid shirt led officers to speculate she was killed while resisting sexual advances. Friends of the dead girl said she had been seeing Stefanich secretly for two years. One of them, Carol Bishop, 20, said she once told her that "if anything happens to me, look for Tony." The dead girl-s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bogart of Joliet, learned of their daughter's death while visiting with Mrs. Bogart's mother across Puget Sound from Seattle. Near collapse from grief, they made immediate plane reservations for the return trip to Joliet. "Doris was a good girl," her mother said tearfully, "and all of her dates were with boys around her own age. Neither of us ever heard of Stefanich or knew of any connection Doris had with an older man." 25 Carat Pearl Found TOKYO UP) — A pearl of more than 25 carats, worth perhaps $2,500. was discovered last month by a Japanese expedition in the Ara- fura Sea, between New Guinea and Australia, Kyodo news service said today. KENT Continued from Page 3 small room of a boarding house where he lived. Spilling the battery acid on his clothes, he called out, "Mr, Watson, come here, I want you!" Watson dashed in, shouting, "Mr, Bell, (even men were polite in those days) I heard every word you said, distinctly." So Mr. Bell and Mr. Watson, we rebels haven't forgotten that you two Yankees made telephone history for our convenience, too. science cones, fiction layout of radar blockhoused instrumentation centers and airstrips. Early Lunch FAIRMONT, Minn. (5? — A city employee took a hasty glance at the clock and blew the "noon" whistle. Workers all over town reached for their lunch buckets or started home for the noon hour — at 11 a.m. $36. The two women charged in a Tainan criminal court that the injection did nothing but make them ill. M. J. Shivers of 125 Coleridge obtained a permit to enlarge two rooms of his resident for $500 while Mrs. O. W. McCutchen, 716 Main is planning a $4,000 enlarging project. Real estate transfers recorded in the circuit clerk's office last week were: Elsie D. Polk and S. W. Polk to Kemp Whisenhunt, for $10 and other considerations, part of Lot 2 in NE quarter of SW quarter Sec. 10-T15N-R11E. Sib Bellinger, Mural Rice and Mrs. Ida Rice to Walnut Assembly of God Church, for $1, a tract of land 150 by 150 ft., NE corner of W half, NE quarter, NW quarter, Sec. 13-T14N-R8E. George and Peggy Lamb to Pearl Lamb, for $1 and other, consideration. Lot 6, Block 1, Willie Beasley Subdivision. Harold and Marie Wright to John and Syble Storey, for $1,500, Lot 12 Block 3, Parkview Addition. Magnolia Courts, Inc., to John and Mary Cherry, for.$l, Lot 4, Block B, Richards Addition. J. E. and Mary Stevenson, Jr., to Charles F. Ellis, for $10 and other consideration, Lot 7, Block 3, Country Club Heights Addition. 'R8E. E. R. and Era Jackson to Joseph and Lynn McHaney, for fl and other consideration, Rust half, Lot 4; Lot 5, Block 3, Clyde Robinson Addition. George and Essye Yates to Cletus and Opal Raper, for $500, Lot 20, Block C, J. P. Pride Subdivision. Thomas and Cordia Burgess to Johnny and Lillian Slaughter, for $800, Lot 241, Block 17, original survey of Manila. Minnie and Ruby Brown to Nina E. Nation, for ji and other consideration, W 3772 ft. of Lot 5, Block 2, Davis Addition. Donald and Dollie Whitney to Wayne S. Rhoatis, for $10 and other consideration, Lot 1, Block 3, Parkview Addition. Kendall and Thelma Berry to Harold and Marie Wright, for $10 and other consideration, half interest in, Lot 6 through 10, Block 1; all Block 2; Lot l and E half Lot 2, Block 3; E 50 ft. Lot 8, Block 4; Lot 1 through 10, Block 5; Lot l through 10, Block 6; all in Country Club Heights Addition. Donald and Juanita Rhamey to Robert and Ernestine Henderson, for $10, and other consideration, Lot 12, Block C, John B. Walker Second Subdivision. Magnolia Courts, Inc., to James MANILA NEWS By Ruth Home and Frances Gracy, for $1 and other consideration, Lot6, Block F, John B. Walker Second Subdivision. William and Juanita Chitman to John W. Rogers, for $8,850, Lot 5, Block F, John B. Walker Second Subdivision. Revival to Start Summer revival services at the Manila Baptist church will begin Sunday, with the Rev. Owen Sher- rili of Charleston, Mo., in charge, assisted by the pastor, the Rev. Guy D. Magee. Hubert, Polsgrove of Blytheville will' direct the singing. A Sunday school training school will be conducted at the church August 9 to 13, Rev, Magee announced. Attend Camp Thirty FFA boys accompanied by their sponsor, L.K. Holt, are attending Camp Couchdale, near Hot Springs this week. The Manila Chapter has won many honors in; the athletic contests conducted at the camp. Benefit Game Set Manila Fire Department will sponsor a. benefit game at -the Manila Memorial Park Monday to raise funds to purchase fans for Manila elementary school. Mrs. Hornberger El Mrs. Claura Hornberger, mother of Postmaster Joe Hornberger and School Secretary Elizabeth Miles, is ill at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Class Memorial The 1954 graduating class of Manila -High School has left a 36 x 78 foot tennis court as their memorial. It was constructed during the summer vacation and is being used by physacil education classes, Heads Chemistry Department Hugh Miles, graduate of Arkansas State College, is head of the newly- formed chemistry department at| Maniiy Hjgh School. Twenty-four, students are enrolled in the course. | Tables were made in the high' school shop. Other equipment ax- rived Monday. Attend Ball Game Tommy Hatcher, Bobby Davis, j and Dean Wagner, members of thei Monette baseball team, were in St Louis last week to see the Cardinal -Giant game. Canada's largest inland l*ke§, Great Bear and Great Slave, each is about half the siae of L*k« Michigan. ASPIRIN AT ITS BES COTTON PICK SNLW LOOK FOR THE SACK WITH THE BEM1S CAT TRADEMARK. AVAILABLE IN DUCK, ASPHALT BOTTOM AND OUR NEW PLASTIC BOTTOM. OUR PLASTIC BOTTOM 'BAG HAS BEEN FULLY FIELD TESTED AND WILL OUTLAST THREE OR MORE REGULAR DUCK BAGS. EACH TYPE IS STOCKED IN All SIZES REGULAJt OR WITH HOOKEYE. Manufactured fly BEMIS BRO. BAG MEMPHIS 1, TENN. CO. For Sale By ALL LEADING JOBBERS ( vins, for $400, a Lot 100 by 140 ft., i in Lot 5, NE quarter, Sec. 36-T15N- 'Peeping Blonde' Reported HARTFORD, Conn. (JP) — Police said a man complained last night about a peeping blond at his window. He said the blonde looked to be I about 18 years old, wore a white' blouse and full skirt and could run like the dickens. He said he chased her a good 50 yards, but she got away. KIR B Y DRUG STORES Double Relief I for MISERY of. Dry fcz«*t0 . fry Comma Ro«h . Chafing . 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