The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 24, 1952 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 24, 1952
Page 14
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PAGE FOURTEEN (AKK.) COURIM. NEWI WC. K 1MI White House to Ring with Laughter Of Children on Christmas Day Bf MARGARBT XERNOD1.K WASHINGTON W-For the first, lime in many years there will be children In the White House on Christmas Day. Margo Wallace, four years old, ol Albuquerque, N. M,, Is coming to spend the holidays with President and Mrs. Truman. So Is her sitter, Marian, 15, and her brother, David Frederick, Jr., 18 They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. David Frederick Wallace who with other close relatives ol tho Truman family are gathering for the Yultlde. Wallace l» a brother of Mrs. Truman. Already here »re two other brothers o( Mrs. Trumnn and their wives. They are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gates Wallace and Mr. and Mrs. George Porter/lcld Wallace of Independence, Mo. Tho President's slsler, Miss Mary Truman of Orandvlew, Mo,, is coming. Ills daughter, Margaret, who has an apartment In New York, arrived last Friday. It will be the first time the Tru- 'Other' Woman in 'I Love Lucy' Is Little Known Vivian Vance By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (fft — A summer Vivian Vance was appearing ago, In "Voice of the Turtle" at the La Jolla (Calif.) Playhouse. Little did she realize that she was trying out lor what might be a life's Job. In the audience ono night were Lucille Ball and Dcsi Arnaz. They were looking for players to appear in a TV show they were planning, "I Love Luoy.v They liked .her Job as the other woman In the three- character play and chose her to pl»y Lucy's neighbor Ethel. The sequel lo the story Is TV history. "I Love Lucy" quickly climbed to the top of the audience ratings nnd stayed there. A recent survey estimated the show had an •unbelievable 42 million viewers. All thi« continues to amaze Vivian Vane*. "If I had realized that night at La Jolla that I would b« trying out (or a part in the No. 1 TV show," she sighs, "I would have b«en too nervous k> go on the stage." "I Lov* Lucy" has dona amnz. Jot? thing* lor Vivian Previously, ib* has been typed on the stage •nd screen. She played only hard, brassy dames. v She ij now lining up » oduple ': o* pictures because th» shooting 'of tt» "Lucy" series is recessed until »R«r the Arnaz baby arrives. A "lior" Fan • On* ol the roles she was up for waa a wltchy. character such as •he had always played. But the cnsWng nmn said: "I don't know whether she can do the part; she's too swettl" He obviously 1» a "Lucy" fan. Vivian doesn't mind the change kl her professional qharnotcr » bit. Nor does she object to the 39-week grind of turning out the TV films. '.'It's an actor'a, dream," she •ntinted. "Ton do the game char- "acter, but you don't have the bore. dorn of reading the same lines week after week, as on the stage. We also have whatf-tthe movies lack—an audience to ntimulatc you." Vivian was born In Cherryvole, Kan.,'but later moved to Albuquerque, which she considers her home town. Her parents sllll live there. She and her husband. Philip Obcr, have a ranch at Culiero, N. M., where they relax between acting Jobi. , The citizens of Albuquerque were responsible for Vivian's acting career. She made a local hit in "The Trial of Mary Dusan" nnd the town ralse'd money to send her to New York. Bhe was to study under Eva Logalllenne," but the tatter.turned her down . "T couldn't go back home, stayed and stuck It out," she recalled. She managed to land In hits like "Music In the Air," "Red, In Person: Hot and Blue" and "Skylark." Then come nlghl clubs, more shows, Hollywood and "Lucy." mans have spent Christinas Day In the White House since 1047. The last lour years they have gone to Independence/ There have been no very young children at tho While House lor Christmas since Franklin D Hoos- evelt's grandchildren uso'd lo gather (here. Mrs. James Helm, White House social secretary who told a news conference about Ihls ycar'3 visitors, said the presidential lamily will open their presents after breakfast and will have their Christmas Dinner In the afternoon Two Christmas trees have been set up in the White House. There Is one in tho east room and a "family" tree In the living quail era. .There Is also a huge decoratec tree on the White House grounds which by tradition Is lighted by] President on Christmas ""~ False Oath BringsNLRB Into Action WASHINGTON (/!';—A local labor union, for the first time, has had Its certification as a collective bargaining agent taken away he- cause one of Its officers was con vlcted of filing a false non-Com- oath. The National Labor 'Relations Board announced the nctlon Monday night In the case of Local 80-A of the CIO Packinghouse Workers of Camdcn, N. J,, which lost Its NLRB recognition as bargaining agent for workers In four Camtlen companies. Anthony Valentino, the local', business agent, was convicted Oct 24 of having falsified the npji-Com- NEW YORK (IP] — A Brooklyn rrand Jury investigating wat«r- iront rackets had a judge's word yesterday that It could indict top shipping concern executives who knowingly pcrm!t»payroll padding. Grand, Jury action against executives was Indicated yesterday as 20 waterfront figures were arrested and accused ol faking payrolls to give* gamblers and loan sharks access to Brooklyn docks. It v/as the latest In a series of moves, accompanied by public hearing by the New York State Crime Commission, to smash waterfront rackets . which allegedly milk the seven billion dollar shipping indus-» try here of 350 millions a year. At Ehe arraignment of -the 20 yesterday, Grand Jury Foreman Raymond H. chadeayne asked Kings County Brooklyn Judge Samuel S. Liebowitz whether "owners and operators" of Stevedore concerns could be accused of any crime if they knew their payrolls con- Kvc.' Read Courier News Classified Ads.' tained names of men who did no munlst oath required under th Tall-Hartley Act from officials unions which want to use NLRB machinery. Judge Gives Waterfront Probcr* Free Hand in Indicting Suepecti legitimate work. Lie&T.vili replied.that In hit opinion any company officer who'"aids and abets by knowing about" the Illegal practice "may be inducted for larceny and conspiracy." The 20 arrested yesterday were indicted by the grand jury after an investigation which started lost March. No Polio Cases Reported in State /. LITTLE ROCK (/Pj — The state Board of Health's weekly morldity report failed to list a polio case (or the week ended Dec. 13, the second successive week for no cases in Arkansas. Polio cases in Arkansas thus far In 1952 total 382, compared to 465 for,the same period a year ago. com*. CsHCKAgAWBA R46TMCT, 9HSB<«SiPPI COttNTY, PW. •M Mo. Helen Fielden. D«t. WARNING ORDE* Tlie defendant, Helen Fielden, is warned to appear in the Chancery Court for the Chlckasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas, within thirty (30) days to answer the complaint of Floyd Fielden, filed in said court; otherwise the allegations at bf Jaw provided, g*-*** thto t ctar Mam* Lav«rn Bali, D. O. Jamec M. Gardener, atty lor pW. T. J. Crowder, alty. ad lltetn. 12.3-10-n->* IT'S AIL-VE6ETA6LE FOR DIGESTIBLE COOKlKJG Rend Courier News Classified Ads BE QUICK T« Treat BRONCHITIS Chronic broachitis may develop if your cough, chest cold, or acule bronchitk is not treated and you cannot afford to take a chance with any medicine lets potent than Creomulsion which goes into the bronchial system to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, lender, inflamed, branchial membranc*4 ' Creomulsion blends beechwood~ crepsote by special procew with other time tested medicines for coughs. H contains no narcotics. 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