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fUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1949 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER'NEWS PAGE THREE Sarah Churchill Wed to Lensman Winston Churchill's Daughter, an Actress, Marries in Georgia SEA ISLAND, Ga., Oct. 18. (in— A slender English actress with a long ancestry, Sarah Churchill, was to be married here today to Antony Beaucliamp, British photographer. The 34-year old daughter of Britain's wartime prime minister. Winston Churchill, and Beauchamp made their announcement yesterday. They stood gaily amid the ruins of. a monument to England's past glories, old Fort Frederica, and told Jjewsmen that this was the climax Wf a week-long secret .engagement. Both said their parents had been Informed and approved. In fact, added • Bcauchamp, specialist in portraits, he called on his prospective father-in-law before coming to America three weeks n?o and received his permission to propose. Both said they planned to pursue their separate careers after marriage. Miss Churchill has made plans lo appear In "The Philadelphia. .Story" on a West Coast tour this .fall. Bfianchamp lias a poitiait "show scheduled to open In New York next month. In any case, the marriage will bring together the children of two I artists, one .very active, the other retired. 'I Statesman Churchill long ago He-1 came famous for the diligence with i which he pursued • his hobby •••I" landscape painting, armed with brush and oils and armored in a smock and broad-brimmed hat. Mother •!> Competitor ; Bea\ichamp's father, Ernest Entwistle. is retired. His mother, said Beauchamp, was a minature artist until she. took lip portrait photography two years after lie did. Somewhat wryly, Bcauchatnp observed that his'mother Is now his "chief competitor." For an engagement pledge. Beauchamp presented Miss Churchill with a ring of 18th century French tt^sign set with a large heart-shaped -^diamond and surrounded by nine smajlcr ones. Heart Attack Fatal to Head Of Tulsa Paper TULSA. Okla., Oct. 18. W-j—Death removed Eugene Loitoit late jester- day from the Oklahoma political mid Journalistic scene In which he made' his Tulsa Daily World a powerful voice for more than 30 years. ' 'V "" The 80-year old wonder-publisher cd in the hospital where he had jecn under treatment two weeks r a heart ailment. Lorton was stricken ill soon after e returned from a summer vaca- on In 'California. At ills bedside when lie died ere his wife, Maude, associate ed- or of the World; Morris O. Hen- horne, the paper's editor since 1933, nd'a daughter, Mrs. Edward Cha- ot, Seattle. Wash. Fu'ieral services will be held In 'rlnlly Episcopal Church here at p.m. tomorrow. Burial will be in Redwood Turtles Get Novel And Hobbyist a Lot of Amusement HIT AND MISS —When 18- year-old Sylvia Wren, above, won first prize in a London, Eng., beauty and personality contest, her friends rushed forward lo bestow congratulatory kisses. Jimmy Hanley, left, scored nicely, but radio actor Jon Perhvee, right, overshot the target. Result: Hanley gave onej got one. BljUieville'i newest enterprise— stables ivith fiv« thoroughbreds— opened George W. Barham disposed, of Joe, his racing turtle, for a million, «nd opened the racing stables. The racing stables, of course, are for the-,live new turtles, .straight from the sands of the Imperial Dessert to the Barliam's, doorstep at 1308 West Heaiiv right in the heart of the MLssi.«ippl Delta. Mr, 'Joe' Barham, disheartened when Was disqualified from the Former Reform School Off idols' Trial Scheduled MALVERN, Ark., Oct. 18. (*)— Trial of two former Arkansas Girls Band Leqc/er Mark Wamow Is Dead at 47 'ulsa's Rose Hill. Mausoleum. His dealn brougnt irom . Roy . They planned to marry at 5:30 p.nh at the home of Alfred Jones, board chairman of the Sea Island Co.. which runs this resort land of warm breeies, rolling suit z\\d moss hung oaks. ; | Miss Churchill; and the 32-year old : ; Beauchamp both krie\v each other before "the war but became fast friends only ; 18 .months ago when she sat for' a portrait. The trim little actress, who weighs only about 105 pounds, made Her American-debut last June. Since iben she {.has toured the eastcni _ United States as the lead In "TUe .Tim-r" »-£-,•;, divorced Oct Popularity May Deny Postman a Promotion - BOSTON, Oct. 28—WH- Ho would you like to be the mail ma who became so papular that yoi friends protest your promotion?.. That's the predicament Benjam-1 in p. Packer, 52, finds himself in.! Ben has teen carrying the mail' to about 1.500 families in the Devon Street section of Gio\e Hall, Roxbury, for the past 2T jeais Postal hearitiuai lers gianled Ben's request 1 for a shift to a'700- family route to lighten ins' burden. But the department reiwrts its getting heavy demand for Ben's retention 'oh the old route. You see, Ben's a bit .of. an odd jobs'man. He could fix a leaky faucet, repair a balky electrical fixture, and always had a pocketful . of candy for the kiddies on the route. Turned, whose 1946 : campaign opponents were supported by World, he tribute; Lorton was, "a .realist vith the courage of his convictions." "Oklahoma has lost.a. great lead' anil builder," the governor cbm- netited. '' , , - . ' - . Lorlon's interest In polities ,v. ; ere whetted iti early newspaper days iv his election as mayor of Mound City, Kas.. where' be ori^e' 'printed the Lynn County Reupblic'an.' '- : A native of Moiit29niery Covnty. Missouri, he ; began his- journalistic career as printer's devil at Medicine Lodge, Kas.l In the 1880's. He. subsequently founded and publislind papers at salubrla. • Einmctt and Boire, frtnhq. and Everett and Walla Walla, Wash. .Lori on was publishing, the. Walla Walla Bulletin when .. he accepter the menacing editorshio" of the Tulsa World in 1911. He' became nart owner ol the World in 1913 and bought full control in 1017. Turtle Derby held in Lepanto about a month ago (because he came from California, and was an out-of-state entry) god rid of Joe and imported five others, In order to'have his own stables. Veto VIH (named for Stalin, the world's number one "no" man) Deep Freeze 'IV (a namesake o Harry Vaughan, , wlio gave awa: many handy little gadgets such as perfume (?) andideep freeze units) Toddle-Along VI (named fondly for the winner of the Turtle Derby in Lepanto); "Dream Boy 111", <named modestly after, the'"Judge" himself); and "Foot Rest II (named appropriately after it's mothev, U'.dy Redwood IV) are housed ili the elaborate stable, that may well rev- lu'Uonlze the art of turtle racing. , It is noted with a tinge of regret, lowever. that'the whole.deal has a, well, rather : piiiklsh' cast. . . "Joe", NEW YORK, Oct. 18. •(/!•)—Mark Warnow, 17, orchestra conductor of tile Lucky Strike Hit Parade radio show for many years, died yesterday of a heart ailment. ,...»..—« Warnow died an hour after en- rrahilng-'sciiooroaicVaTs'on one" of I t»l»B Polycllnic Hospital for a 17 charges of mistreating inmates checkup. He complained of feeling is scheduled in circuit court here ™»a>>sted Sunday night after re- tomoi'row | turning from .Richmond, Vn., where of the defendants, Mrs, Fanny mUiident of the school, will seekj to be tried separately later. Prosecutor W. H. McClellan said he , would not oppose such a motion by Mrs. Goodman's attorney, who Is her nephew—Prosecutor Edwin Dunaway of Pulaski County. A native of Russia, Wnrnow came at five and began violin lessons two years Inter in New YorV. Radio programs of which he wn musical director Included "Murcl of Time," "All-Time Hit Parade. "Your Hit Parade," and "We Th People." He never used a baton The other defendant, Mrs, Carrie but directed his orchestras with Toland, * former matron at the pencil, school, Is expected to plead Inno- After the death of his first wife. cent. McClellan said the count of grand Jury Indictment on which he married the former Helen Mc- I Cowan, They were divorced last August. Surviving are three chil- 1 Fair in the East But Western U.S. Cold and Snowy By The Associated Tress Pleasant autumn weather prevailed over most of the eastern hall of the country today but It was snowing nnd on the chilly and windy side In some western states. Snow fell over most of Montana, with falls measuring more than an Inch In some areas east ol the Continental Divide. The mercury dipped to 15 above at Cut Bank, Mont., and it was around freezing over most of. the slate. Drifting snow was reported In Montana, with northerly winds reaching as high as 45 miles per hour In some sections Snow nlso IcU'in parts of North Dnkoln, Wyhmlng and Idaho nnc rain mixed with snow was forecns for Nebraska and Kansas. The cole ah 1 and snow moved into the north- on) Rocky Mountain region from Canada. The cool weather extended from Montana southeastward to Nevada and westward to Washington and Oregon. U.S. Oil Supply Good '' It Kept Free of Federal Contrail, Expert Says >.' •', • .'• y EL 1X>RADO, Ark,; Oct. 18. <AP> -A petroleum comjHmy officjalsav« Uils country will not run short of oil as long as the Industry remains free of unnecessary government controls. , That promise by Bruce K. Brown, New Orleans, president of Pan -Ain Southern Corp., touched off the cel-- ebratlon of Oil Progress . Week In this Aitansas petroleum capital" ye.stcnlay. . .•'. ^ 'Hie observance'of the oil indus-' try's SOlh anniversary was to 'continue today with an address by Gov. Sid McMath'over a statewide radio' hookup. .••'•'. they will be tried, first Is a charge riren by his first marriage nnd two that they beat nlta Pickens, 16- year-old liimale from Fort 'Smilh, with a leather slrap. by hts second. Also, surviving is brother, Raymond Scott, widely known as an orchestra leader and composer. Philadelphia Story." For Miss Churchill this will be a second mnn iage. She was married to Vic Oliver In December, 1936 Negro Teachers Enroll' for Special Instruction Nepro teachers from Blytheville, Burdette, Lost Cane, Goshell, Luxora and Wilson have enrolled lor an advanced composition course, being offered through the extension service of the Agricultural, Mechanical and Normal college at Pine Bluff. Tiie course, under .the instruction of Miss Winnie. Virgil Turner, ele- mentin school supeixisor in the Blytheville School System, opened Monday. Of those' registered!for. the course 17 are - lo receive extension credit toward degrees, two are working-on master's degrees and are taking it for a refresher course, and ope.has completed work oh a nia'slcr's,degree and is also taking it as a relreshei course. t is pointed out, could .also have been named for Stalin'. Who knows? [ Or the real "Reds'. 1 might call it' capitalistic since Mr.» Barham disposed- of "Joe", as who wouldn't (either "Joe" at that') .for a million and to the' Lepanto 1 American Legion at that. -' - ' A million thanks!" 1 the' post commander, a Mr. Buss, said in accepting "Joe", so it; 1 is' riot exactly tangible collateral.'•; The. turtles, whicli 'have drawn sightseers from'as far away .as Dell and Yarbro, arcr'ccol nnd aloof to the "lookers"'arid";have' never once changed their '' lofty poses'; their owner stated. " _ Their ancestry is as .solid as an dak . .' . or anyway/ a redwood ,". ; but it would take, a connoisseur of turtles in know 1 that they are carved expertly by J. Berry Phillips in a California Hobby Shop Robbery Suspect to Get Mental Examination DEVALLS -BLUFF, Ark'., Oct. 18. y.oung soldier . charged with Only Pupil in School Expensive to Taxpayers country' M'as expected to be commit- TR.OUT RIVER, N. Y., Oct. 18. robbing a bank' liere'to get monoy (AP)—Six-year, old Carolyn White ti bring his Gerinah wife to this | is Die "teacher's pet''', but to the 50 taxpayers of this' Cnnarimn borcter town she Is a "little expensive." Carolyn, a first grader, is the only pupil In the town's one-room school anrt Is costing taxpayers 'nboxil $2,400 a year. That averages $-18 per. taxpayer. •, : The school had 13,pupils last Hen, Almost, an Antique, Still Lays Occasionally LINCOLN, Ncl). —(irt— A hell old enough to vote is claimed by Pearl Hnlfeiijv a stock feeder for a rutlroad. ; He said the 21 'year old hen Is tbe last survivor of a (lock of 50 roosters nnd -18 hens he bought In 1928. She .still Inys on egg now aurt then he said. ted to State Hospital today. Prosecutor J.' B. Reed said Cir- uit Judge W. J. Waggoner proh- bly would send the defendant, Jack Charles Walden, 26. Little Rock, to he. hospital for a sanity test prior trial. . .''.,!,'. Waldcn, on ' furlovigh from an Pretty Stray 'Kittens' found to Be Wildcats PALM SPRINGS. Calif., Oct. 18 («t>l—A few days ago,; three, pretty cats wandered intolhe hillside yarc of B. R. Burchlel. The family fed and housed the homeless strays Yesterday BurchielCleaned .dowi to pet one of, them.''He was' clawec severely. A' physician, summoned t to tieal the scratches,-saw the an iiiinls and remarked 'Heck, those aren't '' kittens Tliey.'re ^wildcats." * Guppies Seem Dull Until 2-Headed One Arrives LOS ANGELED, Oct.'-. 18. W) — RitlstiiB gupples may seem like an uninteresting ; hobhy until you get one .with two heads. I'iial's what happened to Mrs. Kenneth Pcttlbone. Her mama gup' T py has given birth to a t\s'iu-nog- glncd offspi'lng. You'd probably need a magnlfy- Ini; glass to tell, but Mrs.Pet'!* bone says both heads are perfectly formed and complete. In lact, the critter cuts with both mouths at the same time. , , 'Die guppy, H tropical fish which curries and gives birth to Its youn^ like a mammal, doesn't cat much anyway. _ When born it's about, as MK'US. tu\ Rsniritv tablet.- - ' Arriiy. airborne uiilt In Germany, .<: accused 'of taking $1,800 from a. 'ashler' at "gunpoint, last Thursday. le was captured shortly afterward ai .Stuttgart. . DO YOU HATE One Killed, Three Hurt When Two Cars Collide MAGNOLIA. Ark., Oct. 18. M>|— One man : was killed and three others injured in an .automobile crash near Emerson late yesterday. Sheriff .Olio Stuart < said that Hampton Riy Benefield, 26 Fmer- ulle La h^s Itaf Sluart said Bcnefield and three companions were' Injured "when their automobile hooked the-bumper of another automobile arid'turned over *eier,il times Harold Tiiplctl of Emeison was rcpoited in serious condition at a \P\gnoln hospital Two other nicn were treated and released from" the hospital last iilght. i , year. The others-have transferred to schools In nearby towns or have moved away. The school's . expenses are S'i.fWO for the teacher's salary and $400 for books, paper and wood for the .stove. James Dibble, school trustee, figures that Is-a "little expensive" for one little girl. Carolyn like. 1 ; being the teacher's pel pupil." She says, the only thlnR she misses Is "someone to'sit on the other end of the leeter-lolter during recess." Jockejs stand In their stirrups in a Haynes- lo distilbute their weight c\cnly Bo many wotnen between the age* ,ol 38 ai\d 52 liave good rcunon to hht» 'chftnge of, Illo' — the.tlma when fertility ebl)s dwny — when embarrRESint? Byniptoins of this nnturo may btlioy your agcl If this tn nc lion a 1 period mnkcs you sii/Tcr' from hot flushes or makes you (eel .10 weak, nervous, rc.ulcaa, hftid to live niiii v. - oik uUh —, .try -LyrtlJi E. Phiktiam'* Vegetable. Coinpaiii^d to icllevo such 8j;mpton\B. Women , by -tha thousands have reported lemMX- abte bcnefHa. 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