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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 20, 1947
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FO.ORTEElf Dewey Says U.S. AbandonedChina Truman Hit for Nor Including Chinese Aid On Congress' Agenda BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Princess' Simple Wedding Gown Really Is a Dazzling Creation By C.KKRV H1I.I, *. (United Press SUff Correspondent) | LONDON, Nov. 20. (UP) -Prin-' ces» Klizabcth was wed today in a gown "fit for n princess" — * dazzling creation of ivory while snlln set with shimmering seed pearls and sparkling cryslnls. The designer, Norman Harlnel), called the gown a "simple affair" but lo every British girl it was a J •'am that In austere Britain could MANCHESTER, N. H., Nov. 20. (UP)—Gov. Thomas B. Uewey, undeclared Republican presidential j arer candidate, charged today that Presl-I on iy come {me fm the heiress to dent Truman "seems to have asan-j the throne. It was simply cut on doned Cnfna to Communist con-1 classic princess lincj, with rounded q( B i 1.1 shoulders and light fitting sleeves. Pressing his aflnck on Soviet'But the material was the richest Russia. Dewey challenged President; duciir-ssc satin woven In Britain Truman (or failure to include aid' and Us embroidery to China In the agenda for the special session ot Congress. He said it should have been given prompt consideration. "There is even a more urgent situation in China," Dewey snid took hundreds of fjped |M>arls and glittered like dla- of thotisands crystals that monds | The broad heart-shaped neckline I of the form-filllnf bodice was ex- - - — ^nv.. ;,,,,!,.! qulsitely embrotd'-vred with rich "There the Communist armies are, clusters of pearls and crystals In not riding In the streets as in Italy - "~ ' ' ' ind France but they are way ahead of the schedule in Europe, They »r« ictually engaged at this moment In highly successful warfare • gnlrist the Chinese government. "The tragedy is that having fought »Ide by side with the Chinese government for five years and promised them still further nid our gov- rrnment seems to have abandoned them to Communist conquest." Scores Russia Dew«y lashed out at Russia hist night In'a speech before the New lloral design. i The tiny pointed waistline — Elizabeth's waist measures 24 In- 1 chcs — wns formed by a delicate i girdle of small pearl ornamented ! star flowers. The embroidery streamed into a full billowing skirt to create garlands of white. \xnk roses In raised pearls blended Baptists Support Liquor Ad Ban State Convention Ends Wifh Naming of Pastor Here As President Hampshire Committee on CrippVd Children and Handicapped Persons. He told a stale-wide New Hamp- i •hire audience that the Kremlin | was attempting to block American j atd lo Europe in an ellon lo force ; Communism on "hunp'y and on- pressed peoples " He said America has demoiistrat- •d that "strength and mrrcv can i l !' c ''" wi'/h mliuiie ears of corn, symbo- lif of forlility. Hands ot orange blos.som, Ihc traditional bridal flower, and glittering slar flower applique with transparent, tulle edged with seed pearls and crystals nlternated between the spider web Intricacies of roses and wheat, lo form a final border around the lull hem of the swirling skirt. Elizabeth's full fan-shaped courl train. 15 feet of transparent ivory be partners" in building a peaceful world, and added: "In sharp contrast, we have witnessed the spectacle of the Communist monster feeding on the ' si " t Ullll! ls attached to the shonl- tlcrs - Tlle 25 8 ' rls vvno embroidered sm ™ r " Trs<> d tne (l ™B" on "'" m T m'PMmied satin star roses and wheat en- Ihousands ol pearls flowers with crusted with and crystals- Yards ot crisp while tulle floated around ihc princess to form plight of oppressed peoples We have ' I"?!"! 11 ,V'? p '' i " ces ;' i '" (o "", a seen the battle of mm, shift ., , ! brilinl V 0 " ". c>lrt . '" l' lncc b >' a tlBra . seen the battle of guns shift to a battle of words, hunger and fear. A stream of malicious falsehood and calumny pours from the Kremlin and reaches a climaclic flood slaue In the assembly of the United Nations." .E DOCK. Ark., NOV. 20 <ui') — Delegates to the Arkansas Baptist State Convention arc scattering to their homes today, following a two-day session in the capital city. In final action last nlKhl, the delegates unanimously adopted a resolution pledging support to proposed national legislation banning Interstate advertising for alcoholic beverages. The resolution was included In a report on prohibition presented by Rev. Clyde Hart, pastor of Central Church, Hot .Springs. The delegates heard other reports and early yesterday elected the fiev, B. C. Brown of Hlythevillo as president. succeeding Dr. W. J. HinMey ol Hot Springs. New executive board ninnher.s-nt large were also named. Tlicv included: J. G. Cothran. Arkadelphia- An. brey Hatscll. West Memphis: W. |( Vestal, Searcy; D. M. Ray McKay, j Little Rock and Wylic Elliott. Paris. ' Members of the board named from the Association Included: R. M. Abell, Newton County; B. N Simmons. Bcnton County: Blake Westmoreland. Black River: Dale McCoy. Caroline; Leslie Criiflnn Faulkner County; Paul Fox Harmony; D. o. Stuckey. Clear Creek' C. E. Wllbank.i, Waslilnglon-Madil son: Gray Evans. Boone-Carroll; Vernon Yarborough. Hucknor; Roy Wright, Caddo Hiver; Charles Robertson, Greene County; J. M. Holman, OuachHa County: Irwin Mo- shlcr. Independence Countjr; and Urges Price Hike Montana wliciil grower Tom Campbell, above, told reporters he had urljcd President Truman lo have the cnviirnincnt llx Ihe prii-c of u lir-at at o higher iicnro than present quotations. Campbell, who estimates wheat should be $;i,50 per bushel, said he is holUiiijj hack 010,000 bushels of this year's harvest "because I expect lo get hiybcr prices." THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 194T Rare Stamp Collection Goes to Boys' Town BOYS TOWN, Neb. (UP)—An extensive collection of stamps ana rare currency will be added to the museum of Father Flanagan's boys' home under an arrangement concluded with D. O. Barrett, Tulsa Ok la, The ISarrett collection comprises more than SO standard volumes nnd Includes the regular and commemorative Issues of United States stamps as well as revenues, consular fees, officials, and other stamps. Several volumes of U. S. proofs and essays also are In the collection. Darrctt recently added to his collection a scries of state bank noles, colonial currency, encrav- iiiK.s, and old autographed documents of considerable historical value, but Ut*r pold tt back tiul wit I up the »25.000 himself. ! "Was Miller to get » »hare of the profit,??" asked Subcommittee Chairman Homer Ferguson, R Mich. "I didn't know what the deal was," Cuse replied. "H wasn't clear then. As i matter of fact lt'» not, clear today. | . Jeff Bradley, Huckville. Armory Repairs To Get Under Way In Caruthersville CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.. Nov. 20. —Following a conference of the Adjutant General in Jefferson city, Mayor W.-D, Byrd and'Chamber of Commerce Secretary Pat Patter- that of pearls and diamonds. Sixteen yards of material' atid hundreds of hours of work went Into the wedding gown. r Hartnell drew his Inspiration for [ UA/«S| Ac-l^r- * the gown from Uoticclll's painting ! ntJCIU MSKS TO "primavera" or Spring. "'Bolticelli portrayed the perfect woman's figure" Harlnell said "Princess Elizabeth has the ideal figure and Bolticelli provided the Inspiration." With the wedding gown Kllx.abelh wore her first really high heeled shoes. They arc the sllngback sandals with open toes and .steles. Race Issue Hot to Keep Freedom Train from Visiting Little Rock LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. Nov. 20 (UP) Food Committee Head Asks to B Relieved of Job Itmi};h on Hills OKLAHOMA CITY <UPJ —Gov. Roy J. Turner has asked Oklahoma I arm youths lo declare war on rats. HcciaiiiiK a rnt can eat $5 worth of Krain a year without half trying, the governor said that by rubbing out thousands of the ro- denls, the Sooner Slate could make a bis contribution lo the national food-saving program. Livestock ,ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STCOK- YARDS, NOV. 20. tU.P.)—tUSDAi —Livestock: j Hogs: H.s'OO; salable 13.000; bar-! rows and gills 2S to Site.' lower than average Wednesday sows 25 lo $1 lower Hulk good nnd choice 1 180 to 300 Ibs.. $25; several nun-! ilrecl lopped al S2.25; 1(50 to no 1 Ibs.. S24-25.50; 130 to 15(1 Ibs j $21.75-24; 100 to 120 Ibs., $18.75-j $21; good sows -IIM Ibs down, $2375-1 WASHINGTON, Nov. 20. (UP)— 24.50; few earlv $2-1.75- over 400' Chairman Charles Lnckman ol ihe stags, S17.2I. Citizens Food Committee has asked Cattle: 5,:iOO; salable -1 500 i to be relieved of his active duties, ! calves: 1.800. all salable. Market it was reported lortay. because he i slow. One load of top goon and feels the grain conservation drive 1 choice yearling type steers at S30; ' is now .sufficiently underway. ; medium steers, $22.75; about steadv. President Truman was expected : A few choice mixed yearlings to announce hi.s decision on Luck- i S29.50; good, large. S24-S2G; son, it was announced today repairs and reconditioning work would be done on the Armory and Community Building, with some contracts already let lor minor repairs. After the visit hy Mayor Byrd and Mr. Patterson to the office of Brig-Gen. John A. Hants, two men were sent here to inspect the building and make rccommamlations for repairs and reconditioning. These v«,, t men were R, L. Groves or the Ad- I tlon. Jutant General's office, and a Mr. ] Little Rock Freedom Train Com- Welburn. who has charge of all mltlce Chairman Churlcs H. Small •tate-owned buildings. '' ' ' " Their recommendations were that the exterior be painted, and the enlire roof be covered wilh a coat of, asphalt roofing, and lhat Ihc TL.-,. K/ u IJ furnace be reconditioned immediate- ' " r 5 rie 9 roes Held \T. Contract* have been let for repairs of locks on doors, and guards over windows to the supply room. man's request following another con- Icrence with the food chairman, possibly some time today. , .. — Little Rock oflicials have consented to a policy of non-segrcgn- tlon of white anil Ncgroe personi; during the visit to the city of the Freedom Train, Jan. 19. An appearance of the document- bearing Iratn at Memphis was cancelled as a result ot the policy on- said he believes the race question will "take care of Itsclt without trouble or friction." Peanut Crop Reported Damaged by Rainfall ATLANTA, Ga.. Nov. (UP)—The Department of Agriculture reported today that (he South's 'peanut, crop is suffering extensive damage from excessive rainfall. Between 30 and 40 per cent of him, $17-23; about steady. Cows opened steady, but somewhat slow and undertone- easier. Common and medium beef lype cows. $13-10: caimcrs and cutters, larcely Mu- 12.50. Read Courier News Want Ads. the crop in Georgia. Florida and Alabama Ls slill in the fields. A fairly high per centage of the Virginia-Carolina harvest also Ls still unpicked. LUSH PROFITS (Continued from Page 1) | Meyers told Subcommittee Chair- i man Homer R. Ferguson, R Mj c h j "unless bodily, physically thrown' ; out of my chnlr. until I'have au- I swered all the charges made ohre." Ferguson told him to go ahead j nnd speak his piece, Meyers tried lo show (hat Lai m;nre ;md Keadnowcr weie gang- ill!' up on him. He said that Lamarre's wife is Readnovicr's sister and rulded: "Al! Hie lestimouy in this regard ito Meyer's alleged Aviation Electric dealing) came from one enemy." Meyers also denied testimony by other witnesses that he had bold SM.OOO in .aviation stocks at a time—Feb. 5. 1943—when he said In reply to a questionnaire ordered by Arnold that he held none. The questionnaire had been addressed (o him and nine other air force procurement officers by Gen. George S. Stratemcver, chief of air staff. Meyers insisted that he had told ihe truth, and that he did not own any aviaion stocks then. It is illcMl for government contracting offi.-ers to hold stocks In firms wilh which they do business. "If I had any sense of guilt in connection with those avio-stocks," Meyers shouted, "I certainly would not have gone to the trouble to get the facts." Didn't Know U'hat "Deal" Was | He said the truth was: that he ' hart given the stocks lo Ilrw-Rae j Cnrnutt. the willowy blond movie actress who later became hi.s wife. He put them up. he said, to secure $33.000 which she had given him j to hold for her. He said th:s was ; "sometime in October, 1942." , Later. Meyers said, he told her I at a New Year's Eve party "some- I time after midnight" to keep the ' -stocks permanently "as an engagement and wedding present," , Ctlse said his deal with Meyers ' took jilacn in 1944 when the general In charge of Air Force ' procurement at Dayton, o. He said ' Meyers called him in June, 1!>44. ! and told him to show up at Dayton with S25.000 if he wanted to make some money. • | Case told the subcommittee he first borrowed the money from ' a Baltimore friend. H. D. Miller. ' WEDDING Continued from Paje 1. the palace, the abbey, the mall and Whitehall to see their prin* cess and the man she ha a chosen. Social Event ol a Century The King established a precedent by permuting lounge suits in the abbey, but almost every guest bought or rented morning clothes. The women were resplcndant In Jewels, mink and sable, seren e in I the knowledge that whatever else might befall Britain, here at least was the social event of the century. A pretty girl, far prettier than her photographs, the princess radiated real beauty. On the u?:n ol her father, In his admiral's uniform, she walked slowly and proudly down the 100-yards o( the abbey's red-carpeted nave, I At the head of the procession was lx>rne the gorgeous gold and amythyst cross of Westminster presented by Rodman Wanamaker of Philadelphia, Pa., in 1922. ; Westminister Abbey Is built like a huge cross. The great West door is Us base. At the point where the church throws its arms abroad j begins the sanctuary. There, Mounibatten lu naval dress unl-' form wearing the sword that be- : longed to his bride's grandfather. King George V. joined the prin- r cess with the Marquis ot Milford Haven, also in naval uniform- ] Tn&rtlirr they mounted four [ steps of the saiirtuary a "d knrlt j on pillows on the fifth — where the present King and Queen knelt when they were married in the Abbey in 192:), and where William the Conqueror knelt in IOCS to be crowned Kin^ or England. The King stood to the left of hi* daughter, and MilforK Haven to the right of the bridegroom. At the foot of the steps were grouped the eight bridesmaids, hwded by Pr!n«m Margaret, and two p«ge» In royal stuart tartans with »porrar« and white silk blouses — five-year-old Prince William of Gloucester and four-year-old Prince Michael of Kent, one of whose godfathers was rranklin D. Roosevelt. During the procession down the nive the choir sang at Elizabeth's special request, "Praise My Soul the King of Heaven." As the voices faaed away the dean of Westminster look up the introduction of the Church of England service... "Dearly beloved, we ire gathered! here In the sight of God and In the fact of this congregation to Join together this man and tills woman In holy matrimony..." Then the archbishop of Canterbury, his chaplain holding the Jewelled cross of Canterbury behind him, asked for responses. In a deep, clear voice, the bridegroom said: "I, Philip, take th«e, Elizabeth j Alexandra Mary, to be my wedded ' wife..." , The heiress to the throne, h«r right hand clasping his right hind said: "I, Elizabeth Alexandra Mary, take thee, Philip, to my wedded husband to have and to hold from this day forward, for better, (o r worse, for richer, for poorer, In sickness and in health, to love, cherish and to obey until death do us part,,." Philip took a ring of gold mined In Wales and placed it on Elizabeth's finger, saying, "with this ring I thee wed..." , They knelt while the congregation remained standing and the archbishop pronounced them man and wife. Dial 2231 l'V>r Free Delivery on All Staple and Fancy Groceries Quality Meats GROCERY Fresh Fryers (f.ive or Dressed) Freeman & Henley 201G West Main St. . . The interior of the building will bo repainted and the acoustical conditions remedied as soon as funds »re available, probably next Spring. Other members ol the Armory Control Board are Lt. Raymond Rushing, Bob Mehrle, and Gordon Wright. Arkansas Gazette Starts 129th Year of Existence LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Nov. 20,— (UP)—The Arkansas Gazette.. old- ' '" est daily newspaper west of tin- '• \ Mississippi River, today began the ! i 129th year ol its existence. : * The lirst issue, of the Ca7,oUt ' ! which was established by William ' E. Woodruff in the newly-created ! Arkansas territory, came off the i press Nov. 20. 1818. . ' In Farmer's Death WYNNE, Aak,. Nov. 20 (UPI — Cross County officers have Identified three Negroes being held In connection with the death ot a Parkin, Ark., sharecropper, S. E. Mixon, and sairt first dCRree murder charges will be filed against them. Doing held are James Kirkwood. 31, Izola Kirkwood. 27, and J. B Jones, 20. j Officers found Mlxon's body lying i in a ditch on a farm near Wynnr, i with a bullet in the back of his ! head. He was buried Yesterday. , Professors to Address Clinic on Journalism \ PINE BLUFF, Ark.. Nov. 20 IUPI —University of Arkansas journalism ' professors W. J. Lemke and J A Thalhelmer, will direct discussions on phases of newspaper work nt the South-Central Press Clinic, to be held at Pine Bluff High School Saturday. • i Representatives are expected from • Malvern, Conwny, Fordyce. star City, Sheridan, Eurtora. Little Rock and North Little Rock. • GULF Service Station State Line (Around the Curve) N. F. Hit-hards New Operator if Gulf if That Good Gulf Gas j Tires, Hallcries | Accessories { Disniniit ita!c to Trucker? \ Open fi:(in a. ni., 10 p. m. J Weekends • FOR SALE Complete Equipment Blacksmith, Woodwork - and Welding Shop (Building con be leased if desired) All toots in Excellent Condition! Phone 868, or Call at Gateway Welding and Blacksmith Shop - — ™—^^^"^^""^^^"^^^B^^BM« Feinberg's 7th ANNIVERSARY SALE CONTINUES ALL THIS WEEK!! 'V 1 """™ f ° you ' ' ' " n '- v " iw!l hi «fh <I"='lily merchandise So cnrnu in and „,,- us it visit. The welcome mat is out h is r«- I red . birthday celebration! OUR ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL! I'l'K COATS at new low prices. Ynu'H marvel at llir luxury offered In Mink and Sahlc Dyed Cnnovs. as evrrv cnat in our slock, regarillrs* of cost . . . This Fed. Our Birthday Gilt to You Lay Them Away For Christmas! A Small Deposit Reserves Your Selection * —See the Scores of Values How Waiting For You at Feinberg's Free Delivery Call PICKARD'S GROCERY Phone 2043 10 41 Chickasawba *t NOTICE David T. Cooly Builder & Contractor Has Opened a Cabinet Shop With Russell Musick In Charge DIAL 4357 for FREE ESTIMATES on Work 213 North Franklin Blytheville, Ark. My Name's Joe •That's me in the shiny blue serge suit.) I'm an average guy. I read the daily paper—the comic* first, and then I flip through the page, for other interesting; items. Let me tell you now a GOOD ad goes to work on m«. How an Ad Does Jfrs Work It Attracts My Attention As I'm hurrying through my paper, an ad will catch my 1 eye. Sometimes it's the at- j tractive layout, or an interesting illustration, or friendly, easy-to-read type. Some- limes it's a combination of these. Anyway, that ad's captured my attention, then . . . It Supplies Information There's nothing I like more than an ad with copy that rolls up its sleeves and gets right at the facts. Copy that's down'to-earlh and full of interesting and important information that I want to know sixes, colors, materials, prices, etc. Now that I know all the facts It Simplifies Buying > Makes it easy for me to liny, or I'm likely to shy away. Give me a coupon, or a lele- • Co»i»« phone number, or any other way of easy buying ... I'm a busy guy and I tike convenience! Just make it simple for me (o buy and then .... Tell Me Where To Buy Don't mnke me guess where I can buy it. Let me know where it's being sold, or I might go to the wrong store. Give m§ the store name and address. If it's a big store give me the department name. Maybe I sound like a lough guy. but give me an ad with all the facts, straight and simple, and I'm sold, EASY AS PIE. Joe is an average guy' BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS

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