The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 19, 1955 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 19, 1955
Page 14
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BLTTHgTB/LB (<AWK.V OOWfflHt WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1988 To Discuss Romonce? Baseball Whiz ~~~ / n / r •/ rv Strikes Out On Margaret and Royal Family Dine HomsbyQuiz Tonight at Church Leader's Home T nNnON )N (AP ) _ Princess Margaret,dines tonight with the Archbishop of Canterbury. a ^^n' 6 ^ leading foe in the Church of England of any plans she may have to marry divorced airman j ,,, isiol , alll radi , Peter Townsend. The 25-year-old princess, r family headed the guest list for _ y--- ,. , across the Thames from the Houses of Parliament. Also invited were all the church NEW YORK Wv—Baseball whiz Patrick Paddy Keough of St. Louis struck out hist night on the $32,000 Question. a $5,000 Cadillac as ize on the CBS tel- giveaway show. Question. less- _ ^ ^ ^^ sis(er Queen Elizabeth n and other members of the royal i K«,ugh. a sa-ycar-oid businc lh Palace, .he archbishop's venerable brick residence »«, £*<££ >-™ bishops who along an me uinm-it he sees it. With the royal The British public, meanwhile, experienced mounting frustration family were o attend the pre- experienced mounting trustrauon ±± dedication of the palace! over not knowmg the future of one chapel, now repaired . Townsend was not on the list. The foremost thought with all present was certain to be the romance between Margaret and the 40-year-old RAP group captain, a fighter pilot hero in the Battle of Britain and father of two sons. Wilh the mounting furore in press and public over whether the princess would flout laws of the church by marrying a divorcee man, all 'the dinner guests likely would observe discreet silence on the embarrassing subject. But this did not preclude entirely private talks among the principals, either before or after the dinner, on the topic of prime inetrest for most Britons. Pledged lo Regulations The 68-year-old archbishop. Dr. Geoffrey Fisher, is primate of all England. Both he and the Queen who is constitutional head of the church—are pledged to protect its regulations and traditions, including its ban on the remarriage of divorced persons whose ex-spouses are still alive. An earlier Archbishop of Canterbury, the late Cosmo Lang, was credited with a major role in forcing the present Duke of Windsor to abdicate the British throne in 1936 when he insisted on marrying the twice-divorced American, Wal]is Warfield Simpson. The archbishop has been a devoted friend and spiritual guide of the royal family, and Margaret has often dined at his palace. But be is sternly devoted to his duty as in the war and j of the most popular members of the royal family. Only A Timetable Newspapers were to printing a timetable of yesterday's events, from Prime Minister Eden's forenoon conference with his Cabinet to Townsend final return for the night to the apartment of his London host, the Marquis of Abergavenny. The Labor- aws of the ite Daily Herald headlined in e.x- 'a "divorced! asperalion: "What Is Going On?" 1 Margaret and Townsend met again for the sixth straight i since he arrived from his air lunfiorl^ou"* TSJTt! ™™** j™«"°< <^<?™!i >vel above $8,000 in the 30 the show has been on ihe air., He was nskcd what baseball play- 1< Gun Will Be Only Companion In the Mountains RENO, Nev. l.fl — A 21-year-old former railroad worker says he plans to spend a year in the Sierras with nothing but his gun. a knife and a sleeping bag to help him survive. Terming himself an "amteur scientist", Fred Smith said he wants to show a man can brave Hie elements in the high mountain country and reuirn to civilization well and intacl. He said he will walk to Truckee, 35 miles to the west, then head into the area north of Donner Pass. He said he would establish a lean-to headquarters and forage lor food I within a 25-mile radius. UIIIU 1UI - <2 Hums itt itiiiiitiv -*; Clarence House, where she lives; 11 " 1 with Queen Mother Elizabeth. For' """ 40 minutes of the time the Queen player's record average Youth Charged with Murdering His Mother After Suicide Attempt Fails PASADENA, Calif. W-A youth npaprently recovering from injuries suffered, police said, when he threw liiiuelf under a truck has been formally charged with murdering his mother. The complaint was issued against John P. Hawley, 19. He is accused of killing Mrs. Iris Hawley, 45, with n hammer in her fashionable home early Sunday, Police said that after the killing, young Hawley drove the family automobile to Cajon Pass near San Bernardino and attempt to end his life. He suffered critical injuries when run over by the truck. Hospital authorities say it will be a week or 10 days before the youth can be transferred to the prison ward of the Los Angeles county Hospital. He underwent eight hours of surgery Monday. Detective Leonard Alter of San Bernardino, who said the Hawley youth has a history as n mental patient, reported the youth told him, "1 did it. 1 killed my mother." I'asadcna Detective Richard it Jamison sulcl Hnwlcy told him of an, iirKiuni'iil wiili his mother Sunday alli'r they hud taken his father William Hawley to the airport (or » flight to San Frnnciuco. BUFFORD SHOE SHOP REPAIRING • CLEANING DYEING 112 S. Broadway Mother was away, presumably visiting Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace. . Just before the airman left for his temporary home, Margaret was driven away to, a cocktail Keough identified Rogers Hornsby j ITS NAME „ .. . , Pueblo Indians called the as the player and the St. Louis I S p 0t upon which the city of Santa Pe, N. M.. now stands .Kuapoga. or'"ihe place of the shell beads near the water." Cardinals, Chicago Cubs and Boston Braves as the teams. He yot .424 as Hornsby 's record party given by an RAP film unit of which she Is patron. She greeted her hosts with a bright smile and] ciiatted vivaciously during the . average with the Cards, and .38 with the Braves. Stumped on the Cubfi average, he said it was .387 — .383— or 389. The correct figure was : J -80. Two other contestants made the chatted vivaciousiv during me • ••" — ~ .— hour before she was driven home. | evade no the $16,000 question. Miner Who Sued Union Reinstated UNIONTOWN, Pa. (/PI—The Unit- He said the letter gave no reason Mine Workers has reinstated 1 for his reinstatement other than to George H. Livengood, a Uniontown coal miner it expelled in 1949 after he filed suit in federal court in Washington asking for an accounting of the union's retirement and welfare fund. Livengood said yesterday he received a letter from the Special Membership Committee of the union's International Executive Board informing he has been reinstated as a member of Local 6308. Mor« Cars then Food DES MOINES (Jft — lowans last year spent more money on automobiles than they did on food. The Iowa Development Commission says $60.1689,000 went toward automobile sales and upkeep as compared *0 $479.359,000 for food. say an investigation of his case had been made and he had been found "eligible for restoration to membership." Last Sept. 30, he filed another suit against the union in Washington, its headquarters. He claimed $7,5.000 for lost wages and other compensatory damages. He said he was unable to get a job as a coal miner during the period of his expulsion because of his nonunion status. He told newsmen yesterday he had no intention of withdrawing the suit. He said that he may even take further legal action against the union, depending on future developments. The damage suit has yet to be tried. Livengood said he tried repeatedly to get a hearing on his expulsion but never succeeded. j Don E. Self Jr., 24-year-old physicist from El Paso. Tex., who is ivork- ing on Long Island, did it in his mythology category. The Rev. Alyin B. Kershaw, recto rof the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Oxford, Ohio, made the grade in his jazz category. Self and the Rev. Mr. Kershaw will announce on the program next Tuesday night whether they will try then for the $32.000 question. John Wayne To Be Father HOLLYWOOD (Si — Actor John Payne has disclosed he and his wife, the former Pilar Palette. Peruvian beauty, are expecting a baby next April. Wayne, 48, and Miss Palette, 27, were married last Nov. 2. She is his third wife. He had four children by his first marriage to Josephine Saenz, none by his second wife, Esperanza (Chata) Bauer. NOTICE IX THE PROBATE COURT OF CH1CKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OP No. 2,344 E. C. THOMPSON, deceased. Last known address of decedent: Blytheville, Arkansas. \ Date of death: August llth, 1955. An instrument dated July 3rd, 1954, was on the llth day of October, 1955, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed executrix hereunder. A contest of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published 12th day of October, 1955. BRAZORA THOMPSON, Executrix Blytheville, Arkansas. Marcus Evrard, Attorney for Executrix. 10/12-19 NOTICE Open For Business At A New Location Eddie Eaves-Auto Clinic 127 S. First St. Ph.3-6334 For aches, pains, cuts, bruises, burn* colds, headaches, bites and stings, try Bob's Gypsy Rub Liniment Available at your favorite drug cutmtei C. G. SMITH PRODUCTS CO. 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