The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 7, 1955 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 7, 1955
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 196* BLTTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE Here's How Fashion Shapes Up for 1956 Jet-Powered Helicopter Gets Test FORMAL PRINTS have forerunner in 1955-36 resort dinner dress by Pattulo-Jo Copeland. By GAILtf DUGAS NEA Women's Editor NEW YORK — (NEA) — How does fashion shape up for 1956? According to this nation's top designers, clothes will be both pretty and wearable. No woman could ask for more. Here are the style keynoters for the next year, as picked by America's big name designers: Slim and full silhouettes: Karen ORIENTAL BOOM will follow lines like this Japanese silk sheath by Anne Fogarty. Stark of Harvey Berin forecasts a little slim and a little full in most costumes. Tunics, oversktrts and panels will break the slender line. A climax in Asia-inspired fashions: Tina Leser sees the mandarin coat, the kimono and Oriental embroideries as continuing favorites. Shorter coats: Ben Zuckerman thinks the coat that's definitely (or only slightly) shorter than the dress beneath will win fashion fa- The uncorseted look: There will Pretty Young Psychologist Top Winner on $64,000 Show NEW YORK (Jti— A pretty young psychologist who became inter-: ested in boxing through her husband answered a knotty question on the sport last night to pocket $64,000 in television winnings. The contestant, Dr. Joyce Brothers, 28, 01 New York City, became the second person to win the top prize on the CBS show The 564,000 Question. The first was Marine Capt. Richard S. McCutchen, whose category \vas cooking. Dr. Brothers, wife of a hospital interne, had as an assistant la^t night Eddie Bagan, ex-Olympic boxing champion and former New York State Boxing Commission chairman. The show allows an expert to help the $64,000 level. Dr. Brothers told reporters she plans to use part of the money to outfit her husband's office when he begins pracitce. It also will finance a vacation for the two. and a new dress for herseU. Another contestant on the program, Stanley Skeens, a Danville, W. Va., coal miner, won $32,000 by answering a 10-part Question on the story of David and Goliath. He will get H chance to try for 564,000 next week. Dr. Brothers, mother of fant daughter, Just barely got In her answers before the program ended. OBS actually allowed it to run 30 seconds overtime. She named Cestus as the special gloves gladiators wore in ancient Borne: Daniel Mendoza as the first of scientific boxers to become champion of England, in 1191; Gentleman John Jackson as the English champion who taught box- Ing to poet Alfred Lord Byron; William Hazlett i.s the essayist who wrote "The Fight" after seeing Bill Neat defeat Thomas Hickman in England in 1821 and "Hickman the Gasman" as the latter's nickname. She also answered that John Sholto Douglas was the full name of the Marquis of Queensbury: Borne was the city and Paulino Uzcudun the opponent in Prime Camera's heavyweight title defense in , 1933, and that Jack Dempsey knocked clown Luis Firpo nine times in their famous bout and that the fight lasted 3 minutes and 57 seconds. Dr. Brothers said she knew all the answers herself, but she checked some with Eagan to make UXCORSETED look is somewhat exaggerated here by Cleo Moore, but you ret the idea. be a return of the natural figure, according to Evelyn Dawson of 1 Suzy Perette. This ' 'natural figure" will be achieved by dressmaking science and new materials which mould while looking pliable. The return of the black dress: Nettie Rosenstein expects lots of basic blacks with bright or pastel accessories. Prints for formal clothes: Designer Maurice Rentner predicts lots of printed fabrics (satin, chif- and evening clothes. Dreamy evening clothes: Ceil Chapman sees a great future for the floating chiffon evening dress In place of the crisp, bouffant dress. Shoe importance: Roger Vivier of Delman forecasts these shoes essential to every wardrobe: the bright colored shoe to match a dress or suit, the patterned silk shoe to match a hat or handbag and the shoe with its own "jewelry" in glittering buckles or heels. Crazy, mixed-up fabrics: Jacques Lesur, textile designer, predicts the smartest fabrics will mingle different fibers: cotton, wool, silk, nylon and orlon in the same way thai several colors are mixed to create a new fashion 'shade. Froufrou without frills: Roxane of Samuel Winston foresees richness/that is never obvious. An example is lace and embroidery in the same color as the dress. Women have more money to spend and are spending it, a poll of members of the Couture Group of the New York Dress Institute shows. This means that the fashion business is good and that many manufacturers of high fashion clothes expect business to go up from five to 15 per cent for spring, 1956. SLIM LINE broken at hipline Is previewed in Harmay's resort dress with matching coat. PHILADELPHIA Wl — Piasecki Helicopter Corp., gave the world's largest jet, powered transport helicopter its first public demonstration yesterday and announced that the huge craft already has exceeded the official world's speed record for helicopters. Don R. Berlin, company president, announced that ihe 40-passenger YH16A "turbo transporter" (lew 1C6 in.p.h. Dec. 1, 10 miles an hour faster than the official record. A Sikorsky XH39 helicopter set ihe official mark of 156 m.p.h. at Dayton, O., last year. .The YH16A has flown only 20 hours to date — an average of two hours a week the last three months. It also has been flown at altitudes up to 12,000 feet. Berlin told 200 guests, invited to the first air demonstration of the machine, that it was paced on its speed dash by an Aiv Force plane equipped with accurate timing devices. In its demonstration yesterday, the YH16A hovered a few feet off ihe ground, turned sideways, moved from side-to-side and backward, and climbed at the steep rate of 2,000 feet a minute. British Press Cheers News Of Ike-Eden Meeting JjONDON (/I 1 )—The British press today warmly welcomed the announcement of Prime Minister Eden's visit next month to President Eisenhower. "It is good news because it showj the extent of the President's recovery," the Conservative Daily Mail wrote. "It is big news because it means the two chief partners of the Western alliance intend to reshape their policy to meet the new cold war." The Times expressed the belief that ''never was there a greater need for two heads of government to plan ahead." UN Membership Question May Carry Over into 1956, Hays Says WASHINGTON (Hi — Rep. Brooks Hnys (D-Ark) s^W yestevttay it now appears the question of admitting new members to tlie United Nations may go over until 1956. Her Troubles Come in Pairs SUNDERLAND, England (/fl — Mrs. Neville Quinn has bought another twin perambulator and this one she says she'll keep. In 1944 Mrs. yuinn had twins Ruth and Anthony, bought a double pram, but sold it when they began to toddle. John and Peter came in 1D51 — another double pram, also sold when'the boys learned to walk. Now Mrs. Quinn at 35 has had Anne and Elaine. Hays Is a member of the H. I. delegation to the U. H. lor ttw IMt meetings, now nearlng conclusion in New York. The proposal for "package ap-. proval" of IB new members, including five iron curtain countries, he said, continues to gain support. But he added in a statement: "The Soviets are insisting upon Outer Mongolia remaining in tile package 'compromise' and sine* Nationalist China apparently intends to veto this arrangement the new member item may have to go over until the 1956 session. "I tnink the United States, while not voting for the satellite countries, should not veto their admission since 13 non-Communist countries would come in at the same time. Free nations would thus gain numerically and countries long excluded would come in." Read Courier News Classified Ads. Now is the time to delint and treat your cottonseed BLYTHEVILLE DELINTING CORP. S. Hiway 61 " The Home of Phone ' Cof. Dixie Brand Blythevlle,Ark. Certified Cottonseed" POplar 3-6258 Sued for Divorce HOLLYWOOD lft — Movie producer Sam Katzman, 54, has been sued for separate maintenance by his \vife Hortense, 50. She alleges cruelty. Handy Flame, Your Gas Wonder Worker, Says: Enjoy Year 'Round Comfort... 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