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...MIHWUI ARKANSAS llMki, »e/otie¥iilo, Atkamot. iuUrMiay, March 20, 19a2 -Rocket Carries Monkeys And Mice 80 Miles Into Space .'.'Washington-W)-An Air Force*' ·ciahlist told ' today' of 'a "rocket catapulted 80 miles up into' space .with live monkeys anu mice aboard. : ,.lt was a preliminary test .aimed «t learning eventually .whether mah can fly- in outer spare or in -the'-border-zone'of space ranging up to altitude of 120- miles above the:'tarth. · : . . . . · ; · .. TJie mice'; .are · still living' anc rofit %tin4 freely The -five mon key*" survived the a c t u a l ' flights, the ac Vere but four of them were killed when parachutes carrying theui^.back to earth- -failed. '.The .'filth . monkey landed all riEh't'but died, of "heat prostration in. the New Mexico desert. . ... The account; w! ich ouidoes a lot; of; science fictior, was told a meeting ot the Aero.'Medical As-; sociation by Er. J. P.-rir ry of the Air Force's Aero Medical Laboratory at . Wright-Patterson Air Force" Base; Daytd'ri, Ohio. ; . ' The'tests'were designed to determine the physical .arid psycho- logicel effects of baing m a d e "weightless" under certain conditions ef 'extreme altitude flight --3 'possible hazard! that 1 ' would ; lace man .in ;he regions of free · t space. . Dr. Henry said this "gravity ·: free" condition can be produced ' for several minutes as a Brocket ' falls freely, with downward ac- t , celation exactly equaling ' t h e ,', .earth's gravity. ' . · ' . ' The monkeys 'and mice appar- through it all right, he sai.d. ,ln . possible space ships, of the future, however, the weightless conditipn.,w.euld be o; lengthy duration; ; ; v'r'j ' Tell! OlFllihl " . ' . · ; ' « ' In aft" interview, Dr. Henry told how ttfevfiights were/made: V-2'VrMikets, reaching altitude up tO'/BO.'miles, and the" snialle AerpbefVfockets. with 1 altitude's Up to 40 ^ijes/were 1 used in .-tests.a "slept' 2-,(fOO.''.irlk-an-hour lhe j£''s$gh'"'~~ J nose of V tiff rocket,i. ''thpjfi. were equipped':.-toll instruments' ...f o i measuring' pulse,-. 1-reathing, .jiear action,-.]and. blood pfessure--and the information was radioed back to earth : til during- flight. The-'mice v/er* not given any morphine. And. their chamber was equipped, with a device in which they were free-to run" and jump · --and-.'411 the time IHeir antics were 'being automatically photographed.-; ·"; !,' Durin^f;.. the "Weighyfi.!)!^!* of thnsfeTJiinutes, ihfrrhlffiffitifraiw* reacjjeij'5 ;a' point wjiere ' 'gravity again : lq6k over, the mice hopped around V/normally, though nothing'had-happened!" Director! Named By Rogirs Rotary Club RogJfl5v. : ,Ark.-(Special)-Members of thq,'Board of Directors of the Rogers Rotary;ClubV-'oi'' '?53' were' elected.-'af, the Business' "meeting 1 , Tuesda^Cat Hotel. Arkansas. They are J. L,'. Egglestoh, 'Truman fjitz- ger»llJ,X;j. E,'Ford, Virsil Miller, Lee ScptJ, C. B. Porter and Jim B. Shpfner. , .,; . From;-this lisf^.jire'sldenl, sec- relary-treasureb: and «e'rgeant-al- armt- will b'?''ch'ysen'later. The president-elect and'vice president' elect;m«y attend the a n n u a l district conference at Eurekh-Springs, March 30 anH 31. " A film on'na'rcnlics tHaf is being ihmvn throughout the county was shown during the iunclieon. The' .officers and directors will talce'-thejr offices ne.xl-July. "Mister Roberts" To rje Presented At Joplin Hall Thf famous Broad\yay pljy ^'Mister..-Hoberts" will show at Joplin't''Memorial Hajl Friday and .'Saturday nights, March 28 and 29, witb.» matiriee.on Saturday starting at 2:30 o'elock.'Th* company, headed by Tod Andrews a,na including a New/ York com- "pany' of 35,- wiii make DO ports of calf oh its present, cruise through 29 states and three Canadian provinces. · · r Four years ago, when it was first produced in New. York under the banner of Lelan.d Hayward, the Thomas. Hegfeh-Joshua Logan saga of life, aboard a cargo carrier in the backwaters of the Pacific during World V/ar II, met with great success. It,is a war play with ·» hew anjle. Although Ihe play is set in fighting days, the group of sailors' aboard the AK-601. is battling -boredom. The title character is a young lieutenant, the cargp, officer on the ship, which is tailed "this old bucket." He is intelligent, human and humane, and who understands that he bottled-up energies of the men under him need recroatlon, occasional liberty and outside con- acts. But they are. held in check y a sadistic captain, a m a n . w h o s.out'for advancement and is bent on jetting it at the expense of the men and-through the good record of his cargo officer. This is a cast composed of men vith the exception of one fern- nine part, that of. Lieutenant Ann Girard, a Navy nurse, portrayed t»V:Pegt;y Pope. . . i Hail orders are being received by Mrs. J; L. .Wilder, Box .686, Joplin, Mo. Municipal Court C, O.^Farduf of Sprlnfdale wa found guilty yesterday alternoo on a charge of failure to yield th right-of-way and was fined SI an costs--a total of flO--by Judg V. Jarnw Ptik. Pardtif was arr.ested by deput sheriffs Tuesday night when h cir backed into another automobil as he left a driveway on Nort Collect Avenue', He pleaded ho guilty. How Students Spend Leisure Time Questioned ·Questionnaires will be distrib uted to University students nex week by members of a communit, recreation class who want to knov students' leisure time interests and activities. · ' ' ; Class members will take th questionnaires in person to al campus organized, houses. The; Glider Pilots Claim Top AUitude Record Bishop,.ciiif. -,(/py.i.$viV; ct\i fprnlans wti'd soared aloft on up drafts over the towering Sier Nevada claim ' a world iltitud record of 44,000 feet for a .two place glider, the Snaring Associa lion of Southern California report ed today. '.?/ ey^ are Larry EduK 30, Harold Kliefbrth, SO/'.'both .em ployed in a high-altitude weathe research project .her*;; ;.;,' , Hindsville^, -Mrs.' Anpfrew Deitnli.'yvjs hon'a surprise birthaay..suppe t»rt1i 15. Those-atttneliof were Mr. and Mrs. Jess Witt, MfiTElber McMurray and sons of Hindiville Mr. and Mrs. .Tames Duncan anc son, Huntsville; Mr. and Mrs Gene Rogers and Mr. arid Mrs Dec Parrot of Fayetteville; Mr and Mrs. Ether Dennis' and Mrs Alice Daniels of Sprlngdale; Mr n nd Mrs. John Reeves and Jack reen of Alabam; Andrew Dennis Ir.. and Mrs. Leo Dennis anc ?hirley Mae McMurray of the ionic. Guitar "music and, singing vas held after the supper. Mrs. J. D. Hawkins has been confined to her honie with the flu. Her c'6n'dition,U':im'prsvelv"' ·';;. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Starnes, Mrsi ojen Chappell- and ,Mu* Jris leed attended the workers 1 / con- erence at the First ^iptist Church n Springdale Thursday. Jerry McMurray, «ph of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert· McMurriy, hai *· ·ere case of tp'nsilitis. 'Mr. and Mrs. John Nicklej and !aughter, -Patsy, ' formerly of Rialto, Calif,, have .moved to their v: k home in Springdale after pending-the weekend in Hinds, ·ille. . . ' . . . ' · " -·; * !': Mr. and Mrs. Howard, Halfield nd son, Gary Howard, have re- urned to their home after spend- ng two weeks with Mrs. Hatfield's arents, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman mis, e»t of Hindsville. C ·: YOU CAN'T LOSE ON THIS MARCH OF VALUES Al| Good Values 5 PC. Chrome DititH* Sultii '·Mf 9' H8-welI 751.50 to 107.50 A Good Buy -- '!P£ Fritte .Suite; 159.50 2 fc. Tdp«$try jSuiN, 149.50 ·';' ACVihpUu .Stdtk of field Label ond Kroehler Suites ·rid Platform Rockers. All GoodValu.i. A«*000 STOCK Of ,Y?WWNIIM0 V ".-^fVRM\TUM." : ^ NOW OM MtnAY ·^ ' .' ;' ·-..· · · ' . . A ' SPECIAL PRICE GROUP WHILE _THEY LAST Frieze Pillows 'Choiea of Colors. - Heg. l.n 1.49 -- jr~^ Ottomans R*. 14.91, Haw 9.95 Plastic Plot- form Rocker Keg. 34,35 29.95 STiidioivans R»J. SI.SO, Now _..-!?* Walnut Finish Buffet Reg. J1.7I 22.50 1 PC. ChfMn* Dinette Kef- 71,11 Now 69.50 Vjeif-ifKiH; » Pe. FfltM Suite For FrMar Ml "nW Bedding Values Innerspring Mattress, 34.95 Now 29.95 Studio Divan with Platform Rocker Special 98.50 3 PC. Bedroom Suite Poster Bed, 89.50 4 PC. Limed Oak Suite, 149.50 4 PC. Walnut Finish Suite, 119.50 A Complete Line of Baby Beds, Mattresses ·nd Bassinettes VIRY lAsY TItMl Wl CARRY OIM OWN CONTRACTS Link Way Stores Co. ^: JYourW.estmghouse Dealer will be mailed to students who not live in orgaitlzed houses.'R suits of the survey will be tabu lated, and the information, b turned over to the University, de partments concerned for consider ation in planning recreation facili ties. - « ·The class is No. 342 in the Co) lege of Education--methods anc materials in school and communl ty recreation. « Two labor Disputes In Arkansas Unsettled . tittle' l 'Rock-(/P)-Two labor disputes in Arkansas remained unsettled/today. Federal Conciliator C. A. Wheeler of Little Rock met yesterday with representatives ol the struck Dixie Cup Company plant at Fort Smith and of the striking AFL. Pulp,. Sulphite, and Paper Workers Union. Later company spokesman said the sltr u^tfon was unchanged. The plant closed after the uiy'on struck Sunday and set up pickel lines in support of wage demands. · -There has been no settlement of a walkout, which started Monday, of some 225 A'FL iron workers at the 1 govertonent. defense project under construction next to the Pme Bluff ..Arsenal, The iron workers have stayed ,away from work in what was! described as a ju'rlsdictional dispute with 'a pipe- fitters union. Angus Sale Scheduled At Springfield; Mo. ; -- · ; ·. -Starting'at'1 p. m.,-March '31 at the Ozark Empire Fair "Grounds in Springfield, Mo., a sale of 26 sulls and 55 females of the Ozark Empire herd, Angus Breeders Association; will be held. Tone Revlvet Divorce Suit 'Los Angeles-(/P^-Franchot Tone nas revived his divorce'suit against Barbara Payton and asked for a default judgment. The actor's at- .orney asked Superior Court yes- .erday to set a trial date. .Ree. «p with Ihe limn-read h* TINES dally. Some Likely Stars To Miss Academy Award Show . Hol!ywdod-(/P)-Anybody who is* anybody in movieland will be present tonight for' the 24th annual Academy Awards--except some of the people voted most likely to win Ihe awards. At least 12 of the 25 lop nominees won't he on hand. Vivien Leigh and" Marlon Brando, choice of the Associated press poll and of most other nxperts (or Ihe coveted top actress and actor Oscars, are out of town. 13oth were nomiriaied In "Streetca: 1 Named fjeEire." Hut right now Miss Lelfch i s ' o n the New York stage with h-r husband, Laurence .Olivier, and Brando-is in France to do a movie. In the event (Iris'becomes a sen- rlmcntfll yenr--like some in the past--Humphrey Bosdrt, Shelley renters/Jane \'yman and. Eleanor Parker w i l l ' b e ready 2nd willing 'tV tile 'audfence s't the ,RKO Pan- .aEes Theater. ' . · ..'Katharine flepburh, Bogart's co- fita'i'^, "Africun' .cjueen," is en route , to .Lpnc/on ,ar d 'Won't be among those present. Montgomery Clirt of "Place in the Sun" will be he only .other top male star present. He's planing i n ' ' f r o m New York. Fredric March of "Death of a Salesman" could be another sentimental choicer A-victory for. him j ypuld.^make him .the oniy .three- imo '.vinner. He's in New York. Vrthur Kennedy ( 'Bright Vlc- ory") 15 in Jamaica. In the supporting actor class, Karl Maiden'of "Streetcar" is Ihe choice.of most experts. Kevin McCarthy at "Salesman," Leon Genn md Peter Nero Ustinov of "Quo Vadis" and Gig YounTM, the alcoholic ot "Come Fill the Cup," make it anybody's race. Ustinov, lome (n England, is the only absentee. . , . .Worst attendance record of the night wilf ;.gu- to the suppprling ctress nominee's. Al. 1 five 'are In low York. Lee Grant, the shoplifter of Detective Story," was the choice I ' t h e nation-wide AP c.'ilics poll .ut Joan Blondell of "Blue Veil" tacks up as ' the 1 sentimental hoice. Mildred Punnock ("Sales- ian"), Kim Hunter ("Streetcar") nd Thelma Rllte' ("The M a t i n g Reason") could easily- win. Closest b a 11 le is between Streetcar" and "Place in the Sun" or, the best .picture sv/eepstakes. t's worth $l,OOfU)00 added nt the oxoffice f o r ' t h e winner of the e«t piciure plum. MGM's entfy.of "Quo'Vadis" and he musical "American in Paris," nd "Decision Befort Dawn' 1 are ot figured; to upset. An ermined and white-lied rowd of 2,812 movieland elite will vatch ah.e'jhow w at..1|6 to, $'12. a ."Combing radio facilities qf"the merlcah"flroadcastinB Company nd (he ·· Afmcd Forces Radio ervice '.\'ill broadcast, the pres- ntatidns. Improved Jet Engine Shown At Ohio Plont Lockland, Ohlo-M'i-A slfck and s h i n y "improved" jet engine -- j destined to "make the F-88 even , , , | more potent, t h a n the Sabre jet? flow flying In unveiled here. The engine- Korea"--has been -the J17-GE-27-- made Its debut with considerable f a n f a r e Wednesday at the dedica- llon of a General Electric Company jet center here, it WHS the J O t h anniversary of Ihe r u n n i n c of Ihe firs.t American turbojet at Genera! Elcctric's Lynn, Mass., planl in 1042. . The "27" has « thrust ratine "in excess of 5,800 pounds," a 10 per cent greater driving ."orcc t h a n the General Electric power plants of the Sabres i^ow in Korea. But essentially it Is ths same as the "23 model more t h a n announced 'ear ago.' at Lynn The "2.1" is being produced for the Boeing IJ-47 Stratojet bombtr. Inquiry Under Way In Golf Course Accident Jacksonville, Kla.-(/P)-A special Navy board has been formed to Investigate the forced landlnt! of » fighter plane that killed two prominent Jacksonville women on Tlntiquana Golf Course. The pilot, Ens. C. L. Greenwood of Bloomfield, N. J.. said ' I never saw them." I.e was (inly s l i g h t l y hurt when the single engine Corsair hit the turf, skitter, d several hundred feet and crashed Into a clump of trees on the edge of a fairway yesterday. Killed were Mrs. Brady Johnston, 53, wife of Ihe vice ^resident and general manager ot Dinsmore Dairy Company and Mrs. William Dcmpsey, 3fi, w i f e of lha vice president of the Grazc-pcmpsey Construction Equipment firm. Keep op »u:i the Utrini-reid Fanners Plan Decease In Planting Acreages Washington - l/fi - Government hopes for morn rrc;it, dairy and poultry prorlurtr. d u r i n g the next I S . m i m l l u were dimmed Inrlay when a i.pring p l n n l i n g survey showed formers plnp. In cut rlpv:r on norpace, rather than Incrensc plnntini! ns rwommcnrlttl by Kr.c- relnry o[ Aiiricultnre fir.innan, i The Agriculture nepnrlmmt laid f n r m r r concrrn tiver-.fl tfgtH lubnr supply, r-«ml downierTM In farm product prices, mm V ifelrc to keep inuch 1,'ind i n ' xrnr.5 for grnxlns lifff rattle were (octorj holding down p l a n t i n g . Tax Lien Delays His Prison Entry San Francisco-Mi-It will he at least another two weeks before Attorney Vinrcnl I l n l l l n a n goc.i to prison (or contempt at the. 1050 perjury t r i a l of loniishorc? boss Harry Brldces. Federal Judge George. H. Harris, who fentcnced H a l l l m a n to six months, yesterday utayed his ( a l l entry «o he. cur. reply to » $338,820 Income t»x lien. "1 don't owe thfi^eovernment a cent," Halllman said. flnnth r,«2VM Council Little IJoclc.-(/P).-Harvey D, Tooth ling resigned as an executive director of" the Arkansas Safety Council, a post he has held since · the council was created by' the 1013 legislature. . . * rtax Zajlnfsky ol the New York Nnickerhockeri and Leo Barri- liorst of the Indianapolis Olympian? ivork for the same company in Nnw York during the summer months. Personal To Women With Nagging Backache , betdaehn and dU*lfl*«TM*r b* QUA to »·*- dWn ot kMn»y function. Potion **r C(x»i VMn*j (wneUnn I* fery Jmp*)Tt»flt (fr itoM h**lth. Whin iom« iveryHur WftdltlOfl, otieh ·* itrcu tfi'i »tr«in, c*u*« this l«»^r:«nt (unttfon in »low down, m»nr folk* ia*ern*r- .Inr l*ol(neh»-f»l pt!xir*bU. 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