The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 12, 1937 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1937 BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COUK1RK NEWS Grert Britain's Pivsl Fami PAGE THREE'- (Contimiril From Paso II j bv cliclil red-harnessed, ci'Jiun-col- oi'eil hordes, go toy from Buo-S't'- \ liarn I'alncL' lo Wsslmlnst-ar Ajl>;v, ! unU tm-k ugnii). ! Alons gally-clcckcd slreclx. 0:1 , sanded reads. Ihriii'li tuinnltuti: cheering, it rolled ID a ulilt?vln; procession of kin<<s. princes, sill- i . tana, envoys, sluli'smcn, fimansj regiments mill inllllurv tjin-Js . j 1.100 Sit In Alilwv | In- His Ijrllllr.ntly IHi'fil niiV--. • a |U'ivite<jc:] concourse of Y.'Wl n*r- \ tfciimtiMl in th<? hisUine cov:ivi- f Uon ceremony.'a c'n'fctii'jn > i)>i ; -i' ; Ii'oin unknown mank.s in thi? H" 1 century. . ] Crowd Arrives KTVly ; Zero liour for tliosc who v.'ante'l n (ioo(l view was last ni^i'.t. By j iniilmslit Hie six-mile long pr'jcs- i Kionul route, wit 1 ! .seati"- T ji^^ini- | nioctutioii for half a million, \v:<s i well-lined, and milk bars mvl !''•>•; ,' Inilfets In the pnrks and bel'imi »'stands supplied the hu'.ijry willi all-night meals. Ei^hlv-flve thousand spectators occimler! 27 miles of seals in tin 1 :':.' miles of silvov-Jjrey and Ectirlet stands put up bv the ofllee of works at a cost ol 5351,000. and sold ni half cost price—S3 for an uncovered seat, and .$4.50'for a covered seat. Privileged persons In Iho crowds Included l.'fiOO members of the cooperative societies, members of the righting services, holders of the Victoria Cross, medalists, pensioners anil veteran fighting men. Other not-so-lucky onlooksrs paid nnrthlno; from $28 to $200 for their seats. Renters of houses and apartments on the route h >d a <>oorl view, at ,1 cost rouging from $11),000 (a peer's house for a month) to 53,000 (an atrarlmcnt for two for a month, and $1,500 <a private room with balcony, for six persons, meals with champagne. At 10:30 a. in. (London time) the procession started from the palace. The brilliant cavalcade, including an escort o! life guards ami yeomen of the guard, several foreign monnrchs, six suHnns, 14 Ku- ropean tind enslern princes, dominion premiers, home and foreign statesmen, proceeded in three processions, to the west entrance of the abbey by way of The Mall. Admiralty Arch. Trafalgar Square. Whitehall, Parliament-street, St. Margnrct's street, and Broad Sanctuary. , , Procession Two Miles Li>il£ It,.was^a. Uvpiinile long pvqccs- \ sion, and"l<xik r 40 minutes to pas5 ' one point. Greeted by a fanfare of trumpets at the abbey entrance, the king and queen passed on to the coronation theater down a processional way covered with a hluc \*^$J5ji«ii3* t '- """""Ca^ii from ttii! pomp from millions of their heads anil the nile Axrnitister lo» ^ and i 7 feet one piece. For the first time in the abbey's history Ick'iJhoncs were \ir^:l lo control the processions und service. Concealed loudspeakers amplified the COO-year-old service L!non £ -;l]out the ttblwy, M\\ it to crowds nlong UIP mute. mid procession were Urnncicast by the British Urondcnslin^ Corporn- lioit, and expert foreign coninir-n- tatol--s described the scene to world. Tuxes Kndurtinco Abbr-y guests, in priceless jewels and magtiinceiit unifcnns wei'i 1 in their places for five or ^ix hnii: 1 ;, Peers wore 10-poinrl uniforms; t!'e peeresses' wHtc nm\ crimson velvet robrs, some of them MO years old helrlcoms, weighed 10 )iounds or more. Tl\e ([iic?n wore 1 a sown of ivory white tlnchcsse satin, broidcred in pol;] thr?a d emblemntic all-over cle:;i^]i, and a robe of ro'.'al purnle velvet, h"n-"l with ermine. Her 18-foct iraV.i needed the support of eight attendants. This king wore n robe of cloth Drs. Wert & Wert OPTOMETRTSTS Over Joe Tsnnw' Store. "WE MAKE 'F.M SEE" Phone 540 \ When you Imy tires tins year, innkcilsafcly . . VIKSTl There nre more cars on ro;ul ioduy than cvdr before—and they travel faster, slop cjuicker. Often your tires arc all tliut stand between yoif and danger. Century Tires are Tiiudc for safety 111 modern traffic. They arc reinforced and extra strong at every point where higher speeds throw greater strains. Cculury sidcwiills nre specially reinforced ivilli full weight, full strength cord. This puts up to30% nioreslrcn irilo thisvitnlnrcn— overcomes (lunger- oits high speed flexing strain. Cculury Iicacls arc mailc of rust-proof, | litgK ten silo slccl \vire iscltlctl into ,toiilinuonscnl)ks.Thcy enn't si retch— von^L break — arc seven times stronger than nclimlly needed. I The Century Speed-Grip trend Js deeper grooved for iiilucd trnclion. This nssurcs flticiciil hroknig, easy hiindlitig, an extra measure of non-skid mileage* Make it a point today to drop in and BCC these fine Century Cushion Walloons. They offer you extra safely and e.Urn service at no additional cost. Against all Road Hazards A COMPLETE LINE OF ACCESSORIES SMITH BROS, SERVICE STATION HIGHWAY 61 STUKI.K, MO. PHONE i): Offered in Smart New Covers At Senwilinn of lite Furiiilurc Markcls! The New Tilt- away Sulclio ('(iiiclt! A senile slfehl lifl and I lie mechanical lei; raises (he fronf so inner sort ion can he pulled out. Simple! ICasy! . Simmons inner-sprin.u; maKrcss. Cnnvonionl licdding compartment. Anns and h;icli rest. Opens fo dnulilc bed or twin hcils. Come in and sec it. 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