The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 26, 1955 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1958 BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Times Warns of Marriage Of Margaret to Townsend By HAL COOPER LONDON (AP) — The influential London Times thundered a warning today that a marriage between Princess Margaret and Peter Townsend "would cause acute division among loyal subjects everywhere." The Times counseled the princess to remember that "happiness in a full sense is a spiritual state and its most precious element may be the sense of duty done." The powerful publication thus entered for the first time the stormy public debate over the romance between Princess Margaret and the divorced Royal Air Force hero. The editorial policy of the Times the church. is kept under close scrutiny by board of trustees which includes the Archbishop of "Canterbury, ranking prelate of the Church of England. The church hierarchy strongly opposes remarriage of divorced persons. Another ex-officio times trustee i- the lord chancellor—at present Viscount Kilmuir—the highest law officer of the British government. Editorial pronouncements of the Times on matters of importance to the government and church have accordingly come to be accepted through the years as especially signi'f.' :nt. Fresh Speculation Fresh speculation on the romance between Margaret and Townsend was voiced yesterday .ifter a surprise announcement that Queen Elizabeth IT plans toj visit Nigeria in January. Buckingham Palace said the Queen and her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, will tour Nigeria from the latter part of January until the middle of February There had been no previous hint that such a trip to West Africa was being planned. Royal tours usually are announced much more in advance. The announcement caused some quarters to wonder if the Queen planned to be out of the country if her younger sister and the 40-year-old RAF group captain plan to wed about that time. The Queen as titular head of the Church of England, could not be expected to put her approval on a marriage between Margaret and Townsend that is disapproved by Rules of procedure in the House of Commons yesterday postponed ar attempt to get some clue of the princess' intentions. The question period ended before Labor Member Marcus Lipton could ask Prime Minister Eden—as he has said he will—whether the govern- e'rnment plans to ask repeal of Royal Marriage Act of 1772. The next question period in Commons will come tomorrow. An Eden statement that his government plans to as krepeal of the marriage act would be taken as evidence that the princess and the commoner plan to wed. The princess became free marry as she chooses last August when she turned 25 years of age, but the marriage act provides she must give Parliament one year's notice of any There still such plans. official hinl that Margaret has in fact decided to marry Townsend. But they have met almost daily for the past two weeks and there has been nothing to dispel the Impression that she is at least strongly tempted to go ahead with it. Yesterday Margaret rushed home from a royal parade wel coming- President Craveiro Lope, of Portugal on a state visit ant Townsend quickly joined her a 1 Clarence House, her London resi dence. Later the princess went to Buck ing-ham Palace for a state ban quet for the visiting Portuguese dUnitary while Townsend enter tained a few friends at a dinner in his apartment. Three More Godfrey Show Staff Members Given Gate Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times NEW YORK tffl — A coproducer, an orchestra leader and an announcer have been fired from Arthur Godfrey's radio-television staff without forewarning or any reason given by their boss. They were the latest of 12 firings by Godfrey in a little over six months. The dismissals were announced by CBS yesterday while Godfrey was at Harrisburg, Pa., for the Pennsylvania National Horse Show. CBS simply said Godfrey gave no reasons for the firings.,When questioned about this at Harrisb'urg, Godfrey replied: "Do I have to give reasons? I'm running this job and if I can't fire ,nd hire people to suit myself, I'm going to quit myself. 'It is my show and when I see it is time to make changes, I make them." No Reason The three dismissed were Larry Puck, a Godfrey coproducer for five years; Jerry Bresler, musical conductor on the "Arthur Godfrey Talent Scouts'.' program for two years; and George Bryan, announcer on the same program since it started 10 years ago. All three said they had last seen their boss face-to-face a week before when the Talent Scouts pro- WED. & THURS. Double Feature gram was broadcast. He seernei happy then, they said, and gave n. .ndication of wanting to fire any one. Puck had at one time been pro ducer of Arthur Godfrey and his Friends, but lost this job last December .after his engagement to Marion Marlowe, a singer on Godfrey's staff, was announced. He continued as coproducer of the talent scouts show. Miss Marlowe, 26, and Puck, 58, were married last June 5, nearly two months after she, five other singers and three writers were fired from the Godfrey team April 15. Jazz-Expert Pastor Now At $32,000 NEW YORK UV-The Rev. Alvln L. Kershaw, has won $32,000 on the CBS television and radio show Tlie $64,000 Question with his knowledge of jazz. He can try for the grand prize next Tuesday night, or quit with lis winnings. The Rev. Mr. Kershaw, 36, rector of the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church at Oxford, Ohio, got over the $32,000 hurdle last night by answering a complicated question about a 1825 recording of Louis Armstrong. Another contestant, Don E. Self Jr., a physicist from El Paso, Tex. decided to quit with the $16,000 he had won in three appearances on the show and-not try for the $32,000 question in his mythology category. | Self, 24, who Is working on Longj Island, said the money will be used [ for the education of his son Clifford. 5 months, and toward the purchase of a home in El Paso for his family. The Rev. Mr. Kershaw's $32,000 question was about one of the earliest recordings made by Armstrong, the cornetist, as leader of his own group. It contained a vocal by Armstrong of a popular song of the day, with Armstrong singing what is regarded as the first example of "scat singing" ever recorded. The clergyman answered correctly that: (1) the name of the tune was "Heebie Jeebies"; (2) the group was Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five; (3) the names of the recording group and the instrument each played were Armstrong, cornet; Kid Dry, Trombone: Johnny Dodds, clarinet: John St. Cyr, banjo; and Armstrong's wife Lil Hardin Armstrong, piano. Japanese Girl's Death May Be Result of Hiroshima Bombing "BRAINS ARE CHEAP"-Dr. Bergen Evans, who devises those tough questions lor "The $64,000 Question" TV show, says "brains are about the cheapest thing' in the world." Evans, who holds bachelor o£ arts, master of arts and doctor of philosophy degrees, and •teaches literature'at Chicago's Northwestern University, says the world pays more for the colorful persons who ask and answer the questions than the experts who choose them. He says he gets about $100 a week picking questions for the show. HIROSHIMA, Japan (ti — A 12- year-old girl who as a baby was only a mile from the center of the Hiroshima atom bomb blast died yesterday of lymphatic leukemia which a U. S. doctor said may have been "a late effect of radiation." Dr. Robert Holmes, director of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission, said records showed that Teiko Sasaki "was exposed at a distance of 1,655 meters (1,193 yards) and was shielded (from radiation effects of the bomb) only by a wooden frame building. "It is therefore possible that this case of leukemia is a late effect of radiation." Japanese newspapers listed It as the 14th death so far this year from wartime A-bombs. There was no confirmation from commission officials, who explained that It is technically impossible to say positively whether deaths had been caused by A-bomb effect* or other causes. STOP*IMMI DIARRHEA Get fail, Soothing H»li*' wBfc PERCY MEDICINI To Administer Estate HOLLYWOOD (If)— The two business managers of the late actor James Dean will administer his estate, estimated at $100,000. Carl Coulter and William Gray were appointed by Superior Court alter Winton A. Dean. 48, the actor's father and only heir, approved their appointment. Dean, 24. was killed Sept. 30 in a traffic accident. CLAIMANTS England Prance and Spain all claimed possession of Nebraska al various times during the earlj history of the United States. ALSO CARTOON NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as: Bill & Hank's. Baltimore Street, Manila, Mississippi County, Arkansas. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the.; undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 26th day of October, 1955, and to expire on the 30th day of June, 1966 FRANKLIN DENBOW, Aplicnnt. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 25th day of October, 1955. SEAL ELIZABETH MASON, Notary Public. My Commission expires: 4/26/58. 10/26 Notion's Weather Is Topsy-Turvy By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Some of the nation's weather was a little topsy-turvy today. It was near freezing in parts of the South. Mild autumn weather prevailed in the central part of the country and the northern Rockies. Temperatures this morning dropped into the 30s in inland areas from Mississippi northward through the Carolinas and into New England. The 34 degree reading at Jackson, iliss., was one of the chilly spots. At the same time it was tie degrees at Havre, Mont., near the Canadian border. The Northeast was the coolest area this morning with snow and a low of 8 above at Mt. Washington, N. H. Light snow also fell in parts of northern Maine. Claims Partner Took Everything LOS ANGELES «Pt—Walter Desmond says while he was interned in China his partner took not only their importing Business but also his wife. .The Japanese held Desmond In 1938 and the Communists from 1M1 through 1953, he asserted in a suit filed yesterday seeking to dissolve the partnership with Jack Zatulov- sky and force an accounting of profits. When Desmond returned to the United States, he said, Zatulovsky refused him a share in the firm's profits. The partner had also married Desmond's ex-wife, who had divorced Desmond in 1937 while he was in China, the suit added. Laying hens eat from two five pounds of grit a year. Cabbie Finds More Trouble KYOTO, Japan Wl—Twenty-three hours and 400 miles out of Tokyo, taxi driver Shinjiro Ishljlma complained to police that his beautiful woman passenger had calmly replied when asked for $41 fare, "I haven't got a penny." Investigation disclosed she was a 27-year-old fugitive from a Tokyo mental hospital.. Police routinely asked to see Ishi- jima's license. That Was When he recalled Tokyo police had seized it week she's just tried on "THE TREAT" BEAUTIFUL SHOES WITH A MADE-TO-MEASURE FIT mm what a shoo! what a »oft excuse! All sturdy '"rt«i «•*» llke the hand - A , pu T t^ fort .ma .j. M HES? Unlined. pol.shed ef ' H °^ RED Tan. ocBlACKcoK. m «en in Good HouieVeepioj. 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