The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 21, 1952 · Page 2
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June 21, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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•ATUTOAY, JUKE tl, 1»W (ASK.) OOUK1KB KTW1 PAGE THREB Bob Hope to Make TV Comment On Democrat, GOP Conventions By BOB THOMAS 4 HOLLYWOOD tfl — Bob Hope will attend the national political conventions In Chicago next month, but he won't take sides. Says he: "I'm just like a California driver —I stay right in the middle uf the rtfad." The comic, who has done just about everything, will be playing a new role at the Republican and Democratic meets. He'll be a political commentator on television. But it will be strictly for laughs. "I'm not getting partisan," he remarked. "I'll just comment on what goes on at the conventions and hope I get a few laughs. I'll be on for five minutes every day. There's a room off the main convention hall which will seat about 200 people. I'll do my stuff there. I can't just throw gags at a cold camera: I've got to have audience reaction." It will be the first time he has attended a presidential nominating convention, and he may be called on to perform before the delegates. At any rate, he will, be at all the sessions as observer, in order to get the material fn his daily stint Hits Poor Tastft Hope repeated his long-held credo against comedians' talcing a position on political matters. Be criticized those who make cracks about President Truman and other public figures. "It doesn't show good taste or Judgment," he said in a rare serious mood. "Th^rp srp millions of listeners who admire Truman. Besides, everyone should have respect for the office of the President and not do anything to Ae\ grade it." I asked Hope if he thought there could be a successor to Will Rogers, who evoked laughs from his political comments. "Absolutely not." he replied. "Rogers was great: there can cever be anyone like him. A man would be a fool to try to imitate him. "Back In' 1943, I played the White House press photographers' ball before President Roosevelt It was wonderful, because I was just back from entertaining the troops overseas and I had a lot of timely mater i til. Borne colum- nfsts then named me as the guy to replace Will Rogers. But T never had any ambition to do that, and I'm not going to start now." Ex-Husband Bragged at 3 a.m. 255 Years of Records Are Lost, Clerk Says DEERFTELD. Mass, fjpi—Munici- pal records dating back to the incorporation of Deerfield in 1673 are missine, Town Clerk Leo P. Morissey disclosed today. In requesting assistance In finding them, Morrlwey said all records , from 1673 to 1931-253 years—were J gone. Doer field—one of the first outpost* of white settlement in Western Massachusetts—was the scene of bloody Indian-fighting. In 1704 it was taken and almost entirely destroyed by the French and the Indians and its inhabitants cassacred or carried into captivity. SPECIAL Watch Repair 2 Weeks Only Cleaned & Adjusted ONLY $2,50 All WorX Guaranteed 305 S. 20th Street Phone 8092 Formerly with Thompson Credit Jewelers Texas Gals Will Invacle French Riviera with Buckskin and Yelps DALLAS lift — Seven beautiful 'exas models, complete with l«n- gallon hats »nd buckskin jackets, ar« due to Invade the French Rlv- ler» next month. Invited by the French government, the Lone Star sine Is going to put on a «how for thr tntfrna- tional net- during "Texas Week on take all beta on the winner. Frpnchmen »-lll sample real Western chill and hot tamsles. and the visitor* win pass out Texas citizenship papers to European celebrities, along with several dozen ten-gallon hats. When the cirls descend on the Riviera and Ri'.'e with a rebel veil the Riviera," July 12 to 20. Texas j It's practical!;.- certain the French U* «*T «f JQB«, l*M. Morris, Clerk By AnlU fiyket, D. o. Ed Cook, ttty. for ptf, C. f. Cooper, «tty td lltent «hovn by Texas will discover Texas. fashions will be modek The Texas delegation will travel by air in full co',vboy regalia. Their specially made wild west costumes | monsters which once roam-, costing an nverafje fo i 1,000 are - ~- ,.„,„„„,„, bv , he m)llions . | mane bv Frontex of Dallas. » firm totals heUv( , en 120M and j which runs up tasty $100 shirts and ( ^ M() an | ma]s such for rodeo boys and girls. i ' ' . Footing the bill is a Dallas de- WARNING In the Chanecrr Court, Chlcka- sawha District, Mississippi County, ArkanMB. Joseph P. Kutger, Ptf. VB, No. 12,057 I>lla R Kutger, D/t, The defendant. Leli» H Kuteer. is hereby warned to appear within •n. No. 1S.OT9 ' Willism S. Hawkins. Dft. The defendant, William S. Hawkins, Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plain- tiff, Helen Ha-vklni. Dated this 8th day of June, 1451. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Aulta Sykes, D.O. T. J. Crowder, atty. TOf ptf. James Gardner, atty. ad Htem. 67-14-21-2* In the Chanrrrv Court. Chlcka- partment store, A. Harris and Com puny. The Texans are planning to dial- i sa ui,a District, Mississippi County, len^e French fashions on their own i Arkansas ground, staging three elaborate! Jack lawman, Pit. fashion shows during the week and I vs ^ o 12,022 bringing along all the trappings of I C lara lAvrman, Dft. the great open spaces. Tne defendant, clara Ixm'man. if They will engage the French In | herf . by n . anw( j i o appear within a battle of flowers on Bastille Day, j thirtj . da j. s in the court named In July 14. an event arranged by the the Cap ti 0 n hereof and answer the Nice Chamber of Commerce—and, CDmp|aint o{ lne plaintiff, Jack clown Dallas way they're ready to thirty days in the court named in \ thp caption hereof and answer 'he ' Iluse I'.erd complaint of the plaintiff. Joseph The larcest herd of buffalo In [ p. Kutger. North America, descendants cf | Da wd this «lh day of June, 19J2. Harvey Morris, clerk By Anita Sykes, D. C. William S. Rader. Jr.. atty. for j Ptf. Jamec M. Gardner, atty, ad liteni. 6-1-14-21-28 WARXIXO onr>ER WARNING ORDER In the C'hanrrry Court. Chlrka- sau'ba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Helen Hawkins, PIT. LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING COLD STORAGE FOR FURS, , WOOLENS AND BLANKETS 4474 PHONES 4475 NU-WA LAUNDRY CLEANER | lowman. NO DOUBT ABOUT IT—General Eisenhower comes out 100 per cent for his wife. Display of the big button was prompted by the "Ike Likes Me" button recently worn by Mrs. Eisenhower. Map behind Eisenhower hangs in his N'e-.v York headquarters, and pin- xnts location of some 2000 Eisenhower clubs in the United States. New Construction At Red River j TEXARKANA OP)—New con&truc- j tion—estimated to cost 2.5 million 1 dollars—has been authorized by Army Engineers (or the Red River' Arsenal Ordinance Training Center i near here, j The new facilities wilt include ad- ; dttional chops and class rooms. Col i H. C. Rowland Jr.. Southwestern; Division executive officer of the j Engineers said. ! . 114 W. MAIN LOS ANGELES lff^—A tall blond ex-photographer's model testified yesterday that- her millionaire husband came home at 3 a.m., a\rak- ened her and told of his exploits with other women. In her divorce court action. Mrs Martha Outlaw Humincton. 33. ICE- tried that her husband Henry Edward Huntingdon IT, 30, eranrison of the late multi-millionaire railroad builder, "remained away from home until 2 and 3 a.m. almost, i every day. I "It was his habit to awaken me to ! tell me what he had for dinner and ' what the girl was like with whom he had been," Mrs. Huntington testified. 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