fAGE TWO BLYTHEVTU.E (ARK.) COUKrER NEWS Truman and Sfaf! Mix Work, Play Informality in Dress Marks Vacation at Navy Submarine Base By Ernest B. Vaccaro KEY WEST. FlR.. Nov. 29. lift- President Truman and the other better-dressed men here (oday wore plain woolen bathing trunks, or a pair of pink slacks and a sports shirt. Some of the President's staff— Special Counsel Clark N. Clifford, for Instance—shunned such con- ventional attire. The 42-year-old lawyer threatened to do as he did here last March—go barefoot In talk-red duck trousers—aiftl grow a beard to match Ills blonde hair. Presidential Press Secretary Charles G. Ross, despite his recent Increase from SHI.OUI) lo $18,000 a year, got out tin old blue denim shirt and pants that almost matched. It was a far cry from Washington as the nation's top command settled down to the enjoyment of a three-week vacation in this semitropical Naval submarine base. Tile schedule called for more work than play, but there WHS nothing in the official decree to rcQUire striped trousers, ties or other such equipment. Mr. Truman, looking forward lo rising temperatures, planned to take his first dip in the gulf this NEED A HESTODIC Here's just what the Doctor ordered Nights and nights of glorious rest on a smooth, tuf(!(« Rrstonic Triple Cushion Inncrspring Mattress THE ZEST OF YOUR OATS DEPENDS ON THE REST OF TOUR NIGHTS styled by SLUMBER PRODUCTS CORP., MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE Chas. S. Lemons / Fu.rn.Ltu.re ALASKA TO MAINE VIA DOCSLED-On on » 5000-mile dogsled trek, from Fairbanks. Alaska, to Lewislon. Me., is letter-carrier Cecil A. Moore, right. Fairbanks postmaster Maude H. Boyle, left gives Moore one of 12,000 lelter« bearing a special Alaska commemorative stamp, which he plans to mail back from Maine. Along the way. Moore will pick up cacheted envelopes from 25 cities which will be sold In an eflort to raise a $200,000 fund for underprivileged children. morning. To Keep Busy The President and his family, or so the siory went, saw a motion picture last night at the commandant's quarlers which are being utilized for the seventh time as a temporary White House. It was made clear, however, that Mr. Truman will be kept busy during his slay here: 1) Working with Clifford on the "state of the union" message he will submit to the 81st Congress In January. 2) Conferring with Presidential Assistant John B. Steelman on the economic message and budget messages, to be submitted a few days later. 3' Deciding on d successor to Clifford as special counsel. (The former St. Louis lawyer has decided to'rcenter private practice in Washington early in the new year.) •!> Picking a replacement, too. for Chairman David E. Ullenthal of the Atomic Energy Commission who is stepping out after the enrt at December. Parkin Girl Second National 4-H V/inner CHICAGO. Nov. 29. llf, — Eda Claire Lake. Parkin, today became Arkansas' second national winner at the National 4-H Club Congress. She won top honors In health. The 15-year-old Cross County lass made a survey of health standards in the Monterey community near Parkin, arranged for visits by a doctor and nurse, snd chest x-rays of the adults. An Arkansas boy, W. A. Runslck Tuckerman, yesterday was announced as the national 4-H soil conservation champion. Read Courier News Want Ads TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1 949 Polio Foundation Director Visits Arkansas Leaders I .TITLE! HOCK, Nov. '.'9—<;!')— The National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis will wage a cam- lialKn next year lo raise $52,000,000 lo fight (be disease. Hut. says Basil O'Conner, the. foundation's prrslilrnl, "svc dcm'l say (his is our goal. We never know u-iint we will need." O'Connor arrived here ye.storrtay to confer with Arkansas representatives of the organisation on next year's campaign funds. Youth Is Convicted Bigamist at Age of 17 ROANOKE, Vs.. Nov. 29. r,n — Sherman Lovelace Is n convicted blftamlst nt the age ol 17. Tried yesterday In TIustlnRs court here, Loi'elnrc \vas sprr-rUly fonnd guitty of having three wives nnd was given three years In the stale penitentiary. A handsome, narn-b.ilrcd youth. Lovelace was accused of marrying in Roanoke on August 2, 1949: in Sullivan County. Tenn,, In AnRnst. 1918: nnii on Jan. 4, 1948, In Tucson. Ari?,. His conviction yesterday did not end his lr-i"bles. He still faces federal charges of illegally wearing a Navy uniform and of belnc in illegal possession of forged Army discharge papers. Lovelace won't be 18 until next May. LANE'S WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS SPECIAL Christmas . . . »nd there, just as shc'j always ilreamed . . . her Lane Cedar HopeChesi! A gift so beauiiful.so jcn- timcnial, and so practical, 100! 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