The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 2, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 2, 1947
Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1947 Richest Girl, Heiress Tb Tobacco Millions, Marries Dominican Official in France They're In the Money * By SALLY SWING (UaHcd Frtss Stuff CorrrspondenO PARISi'Sept.- 2. HUP) — The "richest:, girl; In the., world" WRE married >-l>ere yesterday io Porjorio Rubfrosa, former £pn-in-la\v or Fresidtnt'-HaracI. .TruJUlo' of the ' prjrlfi DuliC, r liflr«S' to^tobarto millions, wcrt Rubh'osn, a former husband, of French Actress Danielle Dnfrrieux, In a ceremony rend by Dr. Salvador Emillo Pnvatlaa, consul-general here pf the Dominican Republic. It was the second rtianlnge for Miss Du'ite, «M(i the third Tor Ru- birosa, '.Uio \vas divorced by Miss Danipiix in Mny, H'IHI who previously had been"jllvorctd' by Flor -.le Oro TriiJIllo. daughter of the Dominican executive. Miss Duke., \vho has been working as n fashions correspondent Matched luggage for men 1 at rock-bottom prices! US Plans to Hold Grain for Britain Belly Ornble RIcCiirey $355,438 Strub $541,412 it's Samsonite ; ''. • . STRONG ENOUGH TO STAND ON! Handsome, sturdy, smartly fitted . . . and above all, economical! That's what makes Samsonite America's favorite luggage . . . and the best luggage value we know. We have .matched sets at less than you'd expect to pay for just one piecel Come in and choose today from our complete selection. a. Samsoiiiic Overnight Case b. Samsonite Men's Two Suiicc Seel You can pack everything nc.-uly. quickly. e^ily in a Samson* . Uc Two Suiter. Samtwlf. SlanttatJ Samttnitr S<iKiA Ins. All flirts sut>jt(l 19 tuitlirtf laxti. Top honors In the MioiiE.'y-tnaKini; <livisioit again WL:II to HoHywootl as the U. S. Trcnsury rclcuwd It.s list of big nalahcs in 19-l'j. Ornble was the ' paid wuinun, whili; Skoimi.s, thcnti'i- chain prcsiclijtil, led Ihe ninle rosier. Ciiiu-lp.-; II. fitrub, I/):; Anyclos racing fxeciiLivo, wus ru))ncr-up. , Fiim lllrccl&r Mi-C'uicy v.' $I.I13,0'35 led (he 194C list, cninc in fointli. 5,000,000 Bushels Of Wheat Awaits Shipment Abroad BY GRAVT nrUAMN [liniUd Kress buff Correspondent) WASHINGTON, St-pt, 2. (UP)— The Agriculture Department said Coday It will not dispose of American urnlii earmarked for Britain until lilt' British decide definitely what Ihelr futuvo buying policy will Ire. Britain announced over the weekend llmt it was suspending all purchases of American food at least temporarily because ol Us continuing dollar crisis. Agriculture officials said there was no indication how long the buying ban will lasl "Until v/e know definitely whether this new no-purchase policy is lo I'* a.jjermanent thing, we will make no other disposition of the grain which currently is scheduled for shipment, to 'Britain in September and October," one. 1 official >-aid. He said i.hiu if Britain decides not to take delivery on the grain, it presumably will be divided among other deficit countries overseas, Brita'n's withdrawal from the | American feud market was not ex] pectcd to effect domestic prices because her purchases had been rel- ntlitly small. Britain had been slated to get ubout 5.GC0.030 bushels ol whcir, and flour equivalent during September and October, compared with total exports of about 91C00.003 ' The new British cutbacks also will alfect small amounts ol meat. dried eggs, and fried fruits. Britain originally was scheduled to re- ceive 2,000,090 pounds of meat during' the July-September quarter. Some already has betn delivered and will not be touched by ihe purchase suspension. Oiliciuls conceded the action apparently forftiliadowed some weakening of the rich export market enjoyed oy u. S. fanners since the end of the war. But how much and how soon the market will fade depends on how far foreign nations can stretch their chunuiing .supply of American dollars. A Martlnsvllle, Ind.. fish farm breeds between 40 and 50 million goldtish annually. These consume 3C3 tons of food a year. ATHLETES FOOT ITCH HOW TO STOP IT MAKE 5 MINUTE TEST Of. TE-OL .it :>nr trot, ttott. AK» lhi» POWNtFUI. fflNKTHATING taSfJ. at* FULL STP.KNpTH. Encba MOKK | linn-,, [a KILL the itch. Get MEW (<x» (.omfort or your 25c back. Today at Phour 476 Kitby Druj Start PROVEN MN AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS At tfitrtinJ in StMriej Ertnitt P»t, Ctllitr't u4 Etfuin CHARLES S. LEMONS, Furniture Home FurnishinffS', Modestly Priced here (or "Harper's Baznnr," irrar- I'lcd James H. It. Cromwell, [ormei American niinLstnr to Catmint, in 1935, ami obtained n Nevada divorce from him in 1943. Cromwell contested the divorce, and obtained u limited divorce decree in New Jersey In 1945. when New Jersey authorities declined to recognize the Nevaitn decree. The limited decree foibnde cither party to remarry, and amounted to a legal separation. Lost February, however. Cmm- well filed for modification of the New Jersey decree to make the divorce absolute, and Miss Duke dill not contest the action. Cromwell is the son of the Into Mrs. F.'. T. Stotesbnry, wealthy Pennsylvania socialite. Miss Duke is the cluugliter of the tate James n. Duke, who left her u vast fortune made in the tobacco industry. The blonde Miss Duke, now 34 '•.vore a tiny green velvet hat perched on the side of her head. Her dresa was designed for her by the Parisian dressmaker, Christian Dior, who recently set otf a • furore in the United States by in- i traducing the new longer skiit. , Miss Duko has been in Enropi j since last March, when she arrives , in Brussels to assuinc duties ns i i oonsvilttng fashion editor of Uuv per's Bazaar. She maintains a home in Nc\ York at IBtli Street and UTtl Avenue, ivnd also has a nirignilicent'. home outside Honolulu, called GETTING UP NIGHTS GETTING YOU DOWN? Monkey on the Loose defies Capture; Knows Cops When He Sees 'Em ATLANTA, tin.. Sept. 2^ (UP> — 'olk-e Chief Herbert Jenkins was i.sketl today to t;a]l in his two nni- "otfnecl r'iitrolmL'n and substitute Jliiln-clolhosnien for. the enst At- unta Kesklctn.s said Unit the stnbby- tiiilcd bushy-diced monkey recognized tile blue uniforms and scam- :)eiTd up trees. Even Patrolman J. H. parhnin iidmitled this. Why, lie seems to recogntec us v :incl he waves to us before h? tnkesoff," Parlinm said. The mnnkcy has been frightening housewives raiding kitchens over a three-square mile reslUcnltal area. Jenkins sent- Parham and police Cnpl. W. M. Weaver hi pursuit. Hut they've bsn out three or four tiny;; now with the monkey just n tri-e height ahead of them. No one seems lo know where the mcn!;ey came from. Cue report said that the monkey belonged to ft veteran who brought him back from the jungles. "We don't think the monkey i>, dangerous." Parhnin said t "He seems to he having as'much*-tun, as everybociv ^Ise in the chaw ^^ "Ghanyri-La." whcrr hundreds of. American oiticers were entertained luring World War II. Hublrosa is about -10 years old, He is an honorary charge ci'arraires !ur the Dominican Republic here. • HtiVi good news for you folks who have to get up'at night to poo water, liavo I) act ache, too, because of minor functional kidney disorders. Three generations ORO, n famous doctor developed a medicine for this very trouble. Now millioni have usuj it, often with • cnazinfly fast, effective results.The medi- cino i» Dr. Kilmer'* Swnmp-Rool, mad* of 16 herbs, roots, vegetables, and balsam* '— truly nature's own way to relief. Instantly you take it, it starts to work flushing out kidneys . » » increase* th» flow of urine, helping to relievo e*ces» acidity ... 30 irritated bladder gets a (•ood flushing out, too, Caution: Take «• directed. You'll say it's marvelous. For free trial supply, writ* Dept. E, Kilmer fc Cn., Inc., Box 1255, Stamford, Conn. Or > - get full-sized bottle of oot today at your drugitorv. WASHES MO#£ CLOTHGS. ALL THE GOOD THINGS YOU WANT IN A WASHER SEE for yourself how the Easy Spimirier cuts washing time in halt. Docs an average family wish in less thin ottf hour. See Easy's patented "Spiral a tor" action (hat washes all the cloches in«//p:irt$ of the tub, a full 9 Ib. load. SEE how one tub washes while the' other spins damj>-dry! The Splndticr whirls out up to 25% more water than other methods. You can rinse and dump-dry clothes without lifting...right inthtSpindrierbaskei. Charles S. Lemons, Furniture House Furnishings, Modestly Priced CLOTHES dry faster indoors... k» chance of ihe sun fading colors outdoors. Can'i break buttons, or ruin zippers. FisySpimlricr...endorsed by yvcr 2,OOO,(KX)sacisftcdtiS) owncis. KROEHLER FURNITURE ALL THE BETTER SPOTS f} I If /If I tntt/f' TT/rf)/> I ll 'Vf/T VWVI Ill^tf \AWtV Thrill your sweetheart with this real love gift— the gift that starts the home. Remember, Lane is the only tested AROMA-TlGHT Cedar Chest in the world— Vv ' itl1 Lane ' s exclusive patented features. Choose now, from our selec.ion of superb styles. LANE Cedar Chests $59.95, Light Finishes $67.50 and $69.50. Heirloom Chest, Authentic Reproduction from original built in 1806, $100 Charles S. Lemons, Furniture . ^ Horn* Furnishings Modestly Priced/ ISSELL SWEEPER The Grand Rapids only $26.95 C. S. Lemons FURNITURE THAT THRILLING NEW LIVING ROOM FURNITURE IS HERE Now .you can tnjoy luxurious am! relaxing seating comfort you hive never experienced before. You'll be amazed at the new back and seat "which is now available at the same price as regular old fashioned construction furniture. A distinctive "kidney-shaped" design. You'll be proud of this suite in your living room ) JLQ5Q and you'll enjoy years of satisfactory,ov.'ncrship. Now CONSTRUCTION Now you grt tw# co»pktc xH of spring* in lt«r k*l and two complete Kte of «pnag» m tl« i»t—« future Aviiljblc onlj witU KroctW m«Je furotture. "You get more for your furniture dollar —than any dollar you spend." CHARLES S. LEMONS, Furniture Home Furnishings, Modestly Priced Additional Living Room Suites and Bed Davenports by Other Manufacturers; All Good Quality Other 2-Piece Living Room Suites In Extra Good Covers Assorted Colors Priced as Low As $99.00 Bed Davenports Good Covers, Assorted Colors Latest Type Spring Construction Even in Lowest Priced Pieces $54" and $6950 2 Piece BED DAVENPORT SUITES $89.00 $113.50 $139.50

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