The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 17, 1956 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHBVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL IT, 19M Wedding Gifts to Grace, Rainier Already at Million Dollar Figure By GEORGE McARTHUR MONTE CARLO (AP) — The diamonds, lions, limousines and other wedding gilts sent Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier could easily reach the million-dollar figure. When all the gifts are in and counted, the newlyweds will be in position to open an adequately stocked jewelry store, a used — and only slightly used — car lot, an antique shop, liquor store, art gallery, zoo or specialty shop for oddments. Tb» number of gifts already runs to several hundred. Palace officials, far behind in their cataloguing, have little idea of the actual tote! value. Tto« jewels and such items already announced run to at least 1300,000. These include S150.000 worth of matching baubles from the citizens of Monaco and a $40,000 diamond and ruby item—us- ablt as a necklace or a tiara— from the gambling casino controlled by shipowner Aristotle On- •65ls. Gifts have poured in from royalty all over Europe, from official representatives of 25 governments, from scores of Miss Kelly's wealthy friends, from every siz- can officials and from Just plain well-wishers. The palace concierge has been accepting a steady stream of French cheeses, wines, embroid* cry, handicrafts and such for many days. Two Beavers The Prince's zoo has benefited to the extent of two Canadian beavers, two long-legged cranes and two lion cubs, the latter from the Sultan of Morocco. Notably missing from the announced list of gifts are such traditional standbys as coffee pots, electric mixers, toasters and kitchen equipment. No complaint about this has been heard from either Grace or the Prince. able foreign colony, from Mona-j Most of the gifts are valuable, phonograph with special fit* in a sort of compass mount or unusual. Radio Monte Carlo is contributing tingi so the Prince can install it on his yacht. French President Rene Ooty sent two ship's wheels in rare wood. Ralnier's yacht already has a wheel, which presumably is good for a number of years, Egypt's ex-King Faroulc is giving two sixth century Japanese vases once owned by the emperors of Japan. Britain's Queen Eliz- Mark Twain asked about Old Crow, "Lou, which barrel are we using now?* Writer Mark Twain would often ask at an Elmira, N. Y. t tavern about the supply of his favorite, Old Crow. NOW IW A MILDER, LOWER. PRICED 86 PROOF BOTTLING! KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY Old CrwlOO Proof Bottled in Bond Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey available as usual OLD CROW LDCRO* "THE OLD CROW DISTILLERY COMPANY, DIVISION OF NATIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTS CORPORATION, FRANKFORT. KY. abeth II sent an Inscribed gold and silver tray. Conrad Hilton, President Eisenhower's persons! representative tor the wedding, said he brought the President's "best wishes" but no present from the White House. He didn't bring a present from himself either. 26-Year-Old Wine The couple are getting a Gobelin painting from Frenchmen living in Monaco, a Dufy painting from the local hotel owners, a painting of the Flemish school from the Germany colony, a Val St. Lambert crystal vnse from the Belgian residents, and a Neufchatel clock from the Swiss . The Academy of Bordeaux Wines has sent an undisclosed amount of an excellent 26-year-old vintage to correspond with the bride's age. Other gifts of wine would stock any good-sized cellar. Although the Prince's personal garage already bulges with nine cars, the Council of Monaco bought him a luxurious black and gray Rolls Royce. Racing driver Louis Chiron, an old friend, is sending a French Renault Dauphine. American residents in Monaco are coming through with a gold inlaid picture frame worth roughly $2,000 .The couple also is getting a lot o? historical paintings and such items as a silver eagle which Napoleon had on Elba. The Roman Catholic clergy of the little principality have given a book on married life. Capetown Buses Are Boycotted CAPTEOWN, South Africa (/F)— Capetown's colored mulatto residents pressed their boycott today against segregated operations on seven city bus routes. The boycott was supported by thousands yesterday, the first day of segregated bus service here. Nonwhites carry nig antisegregatlon banners demonstrated at bus terminals. Bus segregation has been practiced previously in most parts of South Africa. It was ordered here only after the Parliament, dominated by the prosegregation Nationalist government, finally rammed through legislation removing the colored voters In Cape Province from the white voting rolls. They were the only non-whites hi South Africa with such voting rights. YOU BUY ONE GALLON AT REGULAR PRICE YOU GET SECOND GALLON FOR % PRICE Save at Least $2.67 i E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. on. 3-4551 "The Friendly Yard" , A*. GETS SCHOLARSHIP — Kaye H. Martin, Haytl High School science instructor, has received one of the 50 scholarships awarded by Oklahoma A. and M. College /or advanced training and science instruction. Scholarships are offered by National Science Foundation. Martin was one of two Missourians selected and one of 50 chosen from nearly 200 applicants from 22 states. The Arkansas state graduate will begin study Sept. 1. ReorviewTV Said Coming BOSTON «P> — The Universal Broadcast System, Inc., says the rear view mirror in the automobile of the future may be replaced by -a televised view of the road behind. The company says a small camera will be mounted in the car's rear trunk to flash views through closed-circuit television onto a 4 by 6 inch screen on the dashboard. Margaret Taking it Easy INDEPENDENCE, Mo. (IP) —There in little apparent hubub >t th» old frame house on Delaware Street where Margaret Truman la preparing for her wedding Saturday to Oil/ton Daniel Jr., New York newspaperman. Margaret said when she came Deodwood Goes On Auction Block DENVER My-One and a half billion board feet of wood Stilled by beetles went on auction today. Government officials said it was one of the largest timber sales in Western history. The estimated three million cords ?f wood covers 275,000 acres in *Vhite River and Routt national forests. Beetles killed the trees by boring into the bark. The U.S. Forest Service conducted the auction. Lollypop" originated in Australia. All candy is called "lolly" here and the "pop" probably was added in America, where children >opped the stick into their mouths, mouths. Read Courier News Classified Ads. home last, weekend she would just rest. Efforts of newsmen to reach her have failed. She has left the family home only to visit friends. She's expected to confer sometime today or tomorrow with J. D. Hammontree, the organist who will supply the music for the wedding at Trinity Episcopal Church. Her parents, former President and Mrs Truman, were married there 37 years ago. Miss Truman has said she wants no tinging at the ceremony. WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS May White, Pltf. VS. No. 13,264 Thomas White, Dft. The defendant, Thomas White, Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, May White. Dated this 16th day of April, 1956. SEAL QERALDINE LISTON, Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. Claude F. Cooper, Atty. Ed B. Cook, Atty. ad. Litem. 4/17-24-5/1-8 The Most Complete Selection of GARDEN & LAWN TOOLS BIytheville'* Most Complete Hardware Store! General Hardware & Appliance Co. Phone 3-4585 Announcement We are glad to announce that Glen McArthur is now associated with our Real Estate and Insurance Office. Glen has been a resident of Mississippi County for about 26 years, and he invites all of his friends to contact him at our office for any of their real estate or insurance needs. This office is equipped to render you service in matters of buying or selling city property and farm lands. We make F.H.A., G.I.'and conventional loans. Needless to say we sell "all that's good in insurance." You will be pleased with the type of service we render. W. M. BURNS Real Estate and Insurance Co. 219 W. Walnut Phone 3-33S1 BIytheville, Ark. Far aches, pains, cuts, colds, htadichci. bita and ftlmp, Ky Bob't Gypsy Rub Liniment Available at you favorite truf eMBttt C. G. SMITH PRODUCTS CO. NOW 2 Pick from the stock of Mercurys we have on hand and we can pass big savings on to you— BUY FROM STOCK and SAVE $ 2,195 00 buys this big Mercury Medalist •Optional .quipmtnl. oce.llorl.i, ilal. and loco! tax.I, if any, oddllkinol. Pr'tcti moy vary dtgbtly in attaining efmmunillei out to .hipping charoci. All price) lubjcct to chang. without notice. Don't miss the blj television hit, "TIIK El) SULLIVAN SHOW," Sunday evening. 7 U) 8 p.m., Station WREC-TV, Channrl 3. Special orders increase our selling' expense. Pick your BIG Ml from the models we have on display or in stock, and we give you what we save. Plus a record-breaking allowance on your present car. There's an excellent selection of colors and models to choose from if you act now. First come means first choice. Come in today—see why your big buy is— THE BIG MERCURY BUD WILSON MOTORS, Inc. Walnut at First Street

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