The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 23, 1949 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 23, 1949
Page 11
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L)_ WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1949 Veep and Bride Greet Visitors Sea Island, Georgia, Is Selected for Quiet Honeymoon By Charles Barrett SEA ISLAND, Ga., Nov. 23. (XT)— The nation's No. 1 newly weds settled down to leisurely living today amid 25 other honeymooning cou- l>les in Georgia's golden isles. "We want to do as much of nothing as possible," said Vice President Alhcn Barkley as he and his pretty hride came out for a walk from their swank apartment overlooking the Atlantic ocean. This quiet, luxurious resort among the palms.was their "Shnngri La" %,xhetr secret destination after their wedding in St. Louis Friday. The honeymooners came out (o Rrcei visitors juy before noon 'yesterday. The weather was sunny but the thermometer was in the nippy 50s. ' "Put, your arms around me and warm me up a little," said the new second lady of the land. ."Chat's the first and last time ' » Have to be urged," replied 11 <i?anini!,' Veep. Barklcy said he was H big "theoretical" hunter and fisherman and tn he would spend most of his time here in "hibernation." He planned to remain in (his secluded liiiven until he leaves for an address in New York- December 2—a Jefferson-Jackson Day kkkolf for next year's congressional campaign. Monday night. America's favorite newly-weds won seclusion almost for inc first time since Friday. A guard Kept visitors a respectful distance Irani their surfside apartment The 71-year-old vice president and his pretty wife were tired but still laushmg and joking on their arrival. Air. Bnrkley was just like one of our 22-yettr-old grooms." said Hotel Manager Frying Harned He showed the Barkleys their apartment. Including a hu»e plass walled hying ,. oom u-adiii" to a "bill- cony over the surf and a bedroom and kitchenette. The hotel prepared a birthday cake for the vice president's 72nd Qprthday Thursday. Thnnksgh'in: The resort calendar called for a breakfast this morning lor all honeymooners. The island retreat is a favorite Tor newlyweds. Sarah Churchill, daughter of Britain's wartime Prime Minister Winston Churchill, married Photogranhoi Antony Bcauchamp here last month Fires and Drouth Reduce Coffee Crop. SAO PAULO -UP,-- Forest fires and a lon s drought are rulnin- next year's coffee crop, Silvio Pn- ch?co, of the farmers' association reported niter a tour of the interior aiea.s of Sao Paulo. There are forest fires almost everywhere he said, and the continued heat'has killed flowering coffee plants. He said It has not rained it. two months, if by next ' moon it BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Ifi "TOP" HAT - Mrs. Edward Eily o( New York Citj model; tlie hnt colled the most beautiful head-dress at a charity ball in New Vnrk. NOT HALF-SAKE >, N C 1110- Io\, lirope of Green boro and Ai ••^r-', dcoigla. STya "A girl win half-sate stays hcme-and misses m, on all the fun and parties. So I ili.n take any chances-1 use a deodorant that stops my perspiration 1 to 3 days, kills perspiration odor in. stantly, safely, surely, better than anything I've found. Safe for my skin and clothes." How about you? Don't be half- safe -be Arritl-snfet Use Arrid lo be SUIT. Buy new A rrid \vilhCrcamogcn. Arrid with Creamofcn is puainn- tccd not to crystallize or dry out in the jar. What's more, if you are not completely convinced that Arrid is in nri-j/ icny the fnu'sl cream <lco<ior. mil you vo ever used, return the jar with unused portion, and we'll refund the entire purchase price. Our address is on every package. Get a jar of the new Arrid with Crcamogcn today-only snc p/ M i nz . dues not rain, tanners lolcl nim, Jiespects (or nest year's crop will be none. Sao Paulo is the greatest coffee producer in Brazil A re- lortcd crop 01 seven and halt iiillion bags tins been estimated tow at only five. Diamonds have ueen round in meteorites that plunge to earth Lessons on Neatness Pay Oft for Teacher 13 ILL IN OS. Montana —W— During her 32-year teaching career. Miss Cora McConnlck always stressed neatness to her pupils. That was one rcison It distressed her so much \vhtn the weeds In her back yard took ovei and she was unable to cope with them, A neighbor—and former pupil—noticed Miss McL'uimlck's plight She called other former pupils ol the i]ow retired teacher Sunday morning at 9 o'clock sharp, former McConnlck students began arriving at their one-time teacher's horn*) The men-folk cleared off the weeds, spaded up the grounds, sowed grtss seed and had the new lawn all watered down by noon. The women cooked food for •lawn parly" guests al the house next door. And all sorts of gifts arrived li'om other forme, pupils There were [lowers, a lawn chair, a can- celled bill from » tree surgeon and » guest book signed by three generations ol Miss McComilck's lorm- er pupils. Professor Soys Space Ship a Few Years.OH BALTIMORE: -on- Man's desire to roam about outer space and explore heavenly bodies »l|l remain a songwriter's fancy foi a low years, says Dr Ralph E Gibson, director ot the applied physics laboratory of ||,e Johns Hopkins University D r Gibson ollcs these obstacles to Inter-planetary travel- 1 You would need n rocket ship WFliililni; about 10.000 tons _ the »;e!«lH ol a light cruiser - to carry K»m pay load ol 50.000 pounds. PAGE ELEVEN , " ' •—— • . 2. You would need fuel tanks a quarter ol a million cubic feet in sl?e and would have to carry 8000 tons ol fuel, probably liquid oxygen. 3. Yon would nave to start with a velocity of 36.000 feet a second In order to get shot out of the field of the earth's gravity. Tlie earth's whole magnetic field U of Internal origin. Check the Fine Car Features at your Ford Dealer's Today! 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