The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 5, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 5, 1947
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NOVEMBER *, I Reds in Hungary 'Kill' Democracy Opposition Party Leader Flees to Prevent His Arrest BUDAPEST. Nov. 5, (Up)-Tlie Communist-dominated government »n, oimced today that it.s onlv re- inlining major opponent, Zoltan >> elf for. -47.year.old leader of the Hungarian Independence Parly, fled the country la-st night. A w-Brra.rU already had been is- »ued f 0r puffer's Krleiilm It wns iav e been served as soon as his niameutary immunity—he was » deputy-could be laken away the government had opener! court, sci inn against the Independence Party to make away the 49 seats in tn« National Assembly it won in the last August 31 election. <Thc Britisli Broadcasting Oo r - noraiion said security police were waiting at. parliament to arrest Mpiffer when he left, the couiurv i Pteiffer. a 47-yaeNold lawyer who iiari been a Smallholders Pariv l«der before the war, said in a-i interview on Oct. 19 that it would mean the "death of. democracy in Hungary" if the government coalition succeeded in. destroying his Court action was pending t o de- Pi'ive the Hungarian Independence Party of the 49 parliament seats 'i won in the Aug. 31 elections The government coalition had charged «n™ /""* Pi "' ty - whic " received votes in the election was •'70 ' Queens InCalico on the pre-election petition necessary to register it as a narlv Last week, the people's court pro-' secutor issued a warrant for Pfeif- f?rs arrest, as soon as his parlia- K^entry .in,, mm i t y cou | d bc laken ^/Jom him. The charge was that he save a clean character recommcn- daf* to a man who was a member in the pro-Nazi Arrow Cross military organizations. Inters Insanity Plea '. BATES VILLE, Ark.. Nov. o. (UPI -The trial of Shelby Everett of Mountain Gap on first, degree murder charges has been reset for HfV 8 ' Pending the outcome of a JH-dayjnental examination of. the Beware Coughs fro« eo«MM colds That Hang On JBLYTHKVILLB (ARK.-) COU1UKR NRWS v Princess Exercises Care to Keep Wedding Gown Design Deep. Secret LOS ANGELES (NEA) Calico vj en " «tP= laden phlegm, and aid natur soothe and heal ra», tender in wed bronchial mucous mei- s. lell your druggist to sell yai f Creo'nuls'on with, the un- you must like the way it ys the cough or you. are o hive your money back, CREOMULSION fcrCwi«h«,CnestColds, Bronchitis print steps out of the Early Aineri- ! cana room of the nuiseum into fashion's spotlight. California designers key the styles of sophlsti- defendant in Little Rock The Irinl was poslponpiT ycsler- day by Independence circuit .Judge • S- M. Bonn, after attorneys for ' Everett entered a plea of not gllil- ' ty because of insanity. Everett is charged w;tn tiie murder of Ralph licdden, which allegedly resulted from a riice game argument. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BELE- i. lk« ly American styles in-' pired these C;iliforni;i c;i|. it os. DeMRiicr Kallcrino ook the print for ,, cr b .,,. let length dress, left, from a museum piece. i:> f |,-i < cl K eil while seersucker jicl- licinU pecks from b,-,,c ;l |h Viiiii llfmll "e- Adapted from 18811 style* is Agnes llar- "},' s *» ki"B .vkirt. above, with ruffle front, f u || back cated parly dresses to ihe :(,i\\M patterns of prints worn by America's early calico queens. One old-fashioned print miit'es a Gibson Girl blouse I hat tjpi an IfttO-stylcd walking skirt. .This reunion of three old-timers contrives as spry a fashion u ;i a girl could ivimt. for n party dress. The calico-print blouse hns push-up Gibson Girl sleeves and a small high collar. The black skin, echoing the design of an 1880 pattern book, has a gathered bark and a deep liemllue nitric. Calico print also makes <U'cs>e.s which underscore the n«st.i;;>>c. charm of the Covered Wiigim era. One dress owes its authcnlc floral print lo a museum-piece -!abnc To give this dress a pimlalette look. designer Ballc.Mi.) adris a ruffled while peltir-oiV whicn sh-iws beneath the !icm!!ne of tn e IO-E full skirt. United I'ress stiff Corrmp>ndcnl) LONDON, Nov. s. IUD — Plill- ;M Elisabeth, sun fearful thul someone might copy her wedding sown, i, ns vetoed a suggestion by her designer that duplicates be exhibited in big department stores In the United States. The Princes wants (o keep the secret of her wedding gown until she steps out of Hie coach ut Westminister Abbey on Nov. 20 The crowd will gasp »l the display, mat seemed assured today Several newspaper folk. ' Invited o a preview of sketches and a section of the town, uttered professional oils and Ahs, delighting the hurried dp.siu.ncr. Norman Hart- hell, who has been living hi a movie-like atmosphere of esplon- nge since he submitted the winning design. "• Those who got through the security precautions 'o the ornaje. SRlon — scanned by a pollceiiiiuv n»d a doorman, and .suddenly asked (or lo lie checked B- snlnsl a private list — were sworn to secrecy on what they saw, Some limp „,,(> this correspondent wrote guesses that the B own would cost 55,000. liuckiiiKham palace advised severely that the figure was fur too high. An official . source • even suggested that SSM would be ! closer I,, the real price. ' I If Hartncl! Is selling that dress I ; for $500, it seems (hut, one could I purchase half a rio/.en uud make :a fortune l n || 1C united Slates. | Hnrtncll. a red eanmllon In his j lapel, said lie was Inspired -In I Botticelli's rmnous palnltiig ••Pri- iniavera," It's not pcrmlllcd lo say how close he mine t o duplicating (ho man-rial in Hie palnllng. but It.s worth lix>king H t if you're that Win Awards Rehabilitation For Railroad Prepared 8M4TH. Ark.. Nov I (Upi — Tli« receivers ( ,r the strike-' boilnd Missouri and Arkniisas Railroad tod*y were preparing a reivorl on reh.blht.tlon pl»,, s8 ,* '^ . l i«lt o I h." interstate Commerce ComniLwlon. .. Federal jmjge John .g. Miller sugRPslcd ,,«st«r<l,y »(. , .^^ i;,^-,, 8 " 1 '^ lh "^ lhp '•'"I* 1 ' 1 " ine-scnt lie plan »up. fi fs[ed by the Rock islnnd R«llro«d to the ICO, Howcfe. Judge Millar wld he b ttlnliilng- JuiMlcllon over tilt 'at ? of the Idle M. a , H | A . The Rock Island has offered to HKT, reslor , Ilt!011 '" «" « pn "Itosl th e entire M. and A., from Sellgmnu MO,, to Helen.; ' A'riT the exception will be a stretch-front ' 0 Wl " Ucy ' •""• &n en for Junk ••ore ABMftetn autMUM purch*Md )n , •o^Aftte In »ny oUttr •ouotty !• th* MUSTEROlF ! i ..I said Bollcelll p,,ln.e,t' ho KOt the idea for the bridesmaids' rtre.wes for paintings of Victoria ladles in Buckingham Pnlnoc Harliiell confided tlial Elliiniiel.h was worried unnecessarily nbolit co)iies. H would lake anyone but Harlncll a long time to reproduce it. he said. Had the Princess agreed, copies would hnvc been sent to Nlcminn I Marcus of Dallas and Leon Mandel 'of Chicago, both of which would have placed the replicas In museums after an exhibition period Doctors Gerty T. and Carl P. cori liusuam! .and'wire Iciim of wisti- "Kton university »f SI. IMI\S, liave been notified of « Nobel prl/c nwni'd for IJicir work In medicine, Their rescnrcli was done hi >'n?y- Cnnccr orrcupies second pnsilimi a.s a cause of death, bolh among men and women, today. Cat Man Tells of His Service to Humanity ROGERS, Ark.. Nov. 5 IUP, — The cat man - w. W. Simpson of St. .loseph. Mo., _ snys his occupation is helping cat* give their Mves for humanity. He said yesterday In 'Rogers that the and his son-iii-lnw, E j^ cook' I tour the country buying cats lei i sell to a St. Louis , company. The cuts nrc used In ine- i tllcal ex|>erimenLs, I Slmrtton found opixwltlon to his offer to buy 1.000 full grown cats [ m Rogers, But he countered this i opposition with the plea that the cats are making a noble gesture ! on behalf of society. _ Tile cat man said he averages bctu-en 50 and 100 cats daily. But, the biggest haul wns made In . Goodwin, Mo., where he got 533 Workmen Lift Huge Bridge Morrilton LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Nov. ». Vr ~ n " sl "8 « ta-ldRe over the lk ""sns River, a 5 |mpl e project as. described by workmen, will be suited nenr Morrilton next week !". "» /fforl to proltct it from an- liclpnleri higher flood water's Ti ls ob done with huge hydraulic Jacks. »•„.« nll ,rt f neccrtsary by extensive levee building ' The work, which done U> the MnssiiiRii Construction Com- ?5p'Vnw ^""'W City at « cost of $263.017. nails for raising one end of the structure- 11 feet and the other end six feet. The work will be done at n l|ihl with slow traffic allowed (luring daylight, hours. Elevating the bridge will put. It abovp any anticipated flood, BC- cordlug ,„ Co , c . ora|ri E GannWR Utile Rock District, Army- eiiRinn'r A similar project' at 'v»n Bilren w scheduled to .begin .soon a.t' * cost of »m,6U. .',.:.- . Read Courier New*- w»nf A**; Rend Courier News Waut AdsT what mlllioM »f worn., call lh«>« Foundation No. 1. T> ro | )ab |. „,, oilier shoe over imulc l,», brought w much lili-wrd comforl | 0 to nnn» women. In soft blade kid SHOES Susanna. Takes ye.-irs off your step. I.nnks so yoiiiij;. l-'eds so young. It's »"-"'0 rnmrnrlnhlr. ri|.'['calcil, of TOiirsf, In soft liluck kid, Th« Exwcliwi Annthrr He«Vf7i-oV , licrln (Itil,I (UrH) 'Cross Slioe...« fiivririlc of nurse*, )icauticiiiu,''iiiet»i • tians. • .FAMILY SHOE STORE AGAIN PASSES ALONG A GREAT VALUE TO YOU AS A RESULT OF ANOTHER BIG See Jt In Our Window — Priced at ROOM SUITE $ 64 95 This fine quality, hom.fifnl threc-picre Bed Room Stn'f.e ropro.^iils nnothor typical Hub- harri fall special! l',,,ster bed, waterfall front on hoth C | 1(si ,t anil vanity'. . . at „ s p oc ial price. We have just received « special car of tliest »"ites . . . and wo m-Rc you to bike advantage of this Tall ImrfMin, as we have been notified that the price will be holier after Christmas Convenient Terms Easily Arranged Hubbard Furniture Co. Blytheville, Ark. Phone 4409 REAM COMETRUE diamond ring thof will b* • Irf.tim* In today and l*l«ct a gift affection WAtTNAM Ca+J+ WAITHAM Qiftyt* WAITHAM >n«M m* <inn<. t *49» at 0'Bryant JEWELER - Main at Second Phon* 3261

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