The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 10, 1951 · Page 12
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PAOf BLYTHBVILLB (ARK.) OOURJBR NEWS Having Christmas Shopping Problems? Here Are Some Ideas for Pop and All Bf SAM DAWSOX NEW YORK, Dec. 10. (API — Is Father the problem child on your Christmas shopping Hst? If you're hunting for something to startle him out of his slippers on Christmas morning, businessmen will bo quite happy to help you \kith some new Ideas. Even neck- pleated ones, for example. You can ntso startle him again when the bills come In nftcr Nc<v Year's. The best quality nntt fanciest merchandise bears notably high price tags this year. Example: A $48 shirt imported from austere Britain. Businessmen have some striking things for mother tills year, too. Such things as painted and bejewelled stockings, and shirred and bonrd cummerbunds /or ripped waists. And the Jewelry industry council suys yellow sapphires are for brunette. 1 ;, aquamarines for Montis, while certain women should wear no jewels but emeralds. If merchants have their way, next year is going to see n much more colorful, expensive and altogether fistout:dfti£ \vortd. A Gyrating- Matlrcss To get back to Dad and his new year's financial shock, you might consider getting him a gyrating mattress. Denver has known about this for two years, but this Christmastime. the mattress is being pushed In the east. An undulating mechanism is built Into the mattress. It is designed to sooth Dad's Inflnctlon-wvacked nerves and lull him to sleep. Or you crm buy him a pure silk «ult, as originally smm by the wild silk worm of Tibet. Sales were reported good lust summer, considering the price, and merchants think they ought to appeal Just now to the woman'shop-, per seeking to Improve the style of her husband. There's » New Silhouette To do a complete Job of that there's an entirely new outfit, too, built around the latest "new silhouette" for men, as shown for the flr.it time nt the national outerwear und sportswear association luncheon recently. Designers often long for n "new silhouette" for the masculine figure, but this particular one Is based on the natural shoulder. This, nays the designer (a trade paper editor, not n iailort makes obsolete every other part of the male outfit he contends. The nn- padded shoulder coat can't be worn with anything but a narrow brim hat. You must have a smaller shaped collar to match the shoulders. Your old topcoat wont' look right over tiie new shoulder. And even yur old shoes will have to be streamlined. Neclie* Ar« Narrower And Ilia neckties have to be narrower. But don't worry. 'Hie old Christmas standby Is out In every shape. Fifty different styles, says the men's tie .'aundation, and 50,000 different paterns. Also, an you might have guessed. 100,000 different color combinations. Some of the fondest come high priced this year. Women are the buyers of these, says the nsocla- tion. Father himself sticks to the lower-price range mostly. Women buy ties for their color, says the association — If you haven't already learned that. This year the tic mnkcrs expect to sell 75 million tics as Christmas gifts, with 08 per cent of them bought by women. A riot of color Is the forecast for New Year's. Junior Is Remembered Junior Isn't being forgotten either. Ii03 r s' apparel makers recently staged a fashion show to display new Ideas in making little hel- lions look like little gentlemen. Junior wasn't there, but a number of Fathers were nnd the highlight of the show was a bubble- dnncer. Ami. oh yes. if Dad has been forgetful, lulled by the mild weather In many parts of the country, the American Automobile Association urges you to buy him some mitt-freeze for Christ- CAUDLE (Continued from Page 1) :hraU that he would have "lax roubles" and maybe go to prison. Teltelbauni said they represented hey had connection with n Wash- ngton "clique" which looked for 'soft touches." He quoted them is naming caudle, as in this 'clique." Caudle was then assistant at- orney general in charge of the ax division. President Trumnn Ired him last month. Under questioning Teltelbaum iaid he lincl not gone to the FBI ir the Justice Depnrtment with jis story because he was afraid o since Caudle WM represented as In tlic "clique." Teltelbaum said he hud told his tory to Cohen following a chance icetlng on an airplane flight from Florida to Chicago. Cohen had igurcd In the hearings previously s a friend of Caudle. Cohen wns called to tell his ver- lon of the story. Singers to Meet Here The Northeast Arkansas Singing ionventlon will meet tonight nt 7 o'clock at the Blytheville Church of God, the Rev. Darrel! Frond announced today. m»«. L»»t year, says the association, American motorists spent *63 million getting radiators repaired. Bays »30 million of It wai tram pure neglect. Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton Open High Low 1:15 Dec 4395 4312 4310 4361 Mnr :, 4345 4315 4310 4331 M »y 4328 4355 4288 4312 •"''y 4235 4311 4260 4L'69 N. O. Cotton Open High Iy>w 1:15 Bcc 4380 4383 4380 4383 Mar 4345 4373 4320 4336 May 4329 4354 4300 4316 J» lv 4233 4310 4264 4270 Soybeans Obituaries Jan Men May July High LOW Close .. 311 :io8»i 309 .. 310'! 303'i 308-V, .. 3031; 308'!, 303 . . 308'i 307 307 New York Stocks 158 3-8 CO 7-8 50 51 10 1-8 102 5-8 57 1-4 51 1-2 18 5-8 35 3-4 71 1-2 42 23 7-8 34 31 3-4 70 1-8 1:15 quotations: A T and T Amcr Tobacco Annconda Copper Beth Steel Chrysler Coca-Cola en Electric Qcn Motors N Y Central Hit Harvester J. C. Penney .... Republic Steel . Radio - Socony Vacuum , .. SUidebaker Standard of N J ... Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYAHDS. Ill Dec. 10. (/P)-(USDA)—Hogs 18,000; fairly active; uneven; barrows nnd Jilts 180 Ibs up 10 to'25 lower than Friday's average; 170 Ibs down itcndy to 25 lower; sows mostly 25 ilgher; spots 50 up; bulk choice 180240 Ib barrows nnd gills 18.2550; top 18.50 paid freely but mostly '.or choice Nos. 1 nnd 2 180-215 Ibs- big packers buying choice Nos. 1 2 and 3 240 Ibs down nt 18.25-35' 250270 Ihs 17.75-18.10: 270-300 Ibs 172575; 150-170 Ibs 17.50-18.50: 120-HO nis 10.0017.25: sows .100 Ibs down 15.25-16.00; one land 16.25; heavier TOWS 13.25-15.00; stags 1300-1500- boars 11.50-13.50. Cattle 5.000. calves 850; little done l steers and butcher yearlings- buyers resisting unevenly higher asking prices; cows opening about steady; bulls 25 higher; vealers steady; utility nnd commercial cows 22.50; canuers and cutters 17.00- Services Sunday For Soldier Killed In Korean Action Services for Pvt. Billy Eugene Hopper, who was killed In action in Korea Sept. 12, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Sunday in Cobb Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. G. T. Owens. Military burial services will be conducted at the graveside In Elmwood Cemetery by Dud Cason Post 24 of the American Legion and Company M of the National Guard. Pvt. Hopper, who was 17 at the time of his death, was born and reared In Blytheville. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hopper; a brother, Chester Hopper, Jr.; and two sisters, Mrs. Inex Honeycutt and Mrs. Kathcrine Hassel, all of Blyllieville. Pallbearers will be Robert Birmingham, A. .1. Shclton, Max Skcl- ton, HO!) chlldcrs, Billy Phillips and Mclvln Sylvester. » • • Rites Tomorrow For Cole Infant Services for Joe Al!c;i Cole, two- month-old son of Mr. and Mrs Earnest olen Cole, 701 South Lake will be conducted In Cobb Funeral Home Chapel at 2 p.m. tomorrow by the nev. T. J. Richardson, pastor of Vnrhro Baptist church Burial will be in Maple Orove Cemetery. The child died at Blylhevllle Hospital Friday r.ighl following a week's illness. At the time of his cfeifli. the child's mother wns in Mccall. S. c., at the bedside of her mother, who Is seriously ill unrt Its father is with the Air Force stmlonccl in Fort Warren, Wyo. The child was left In custody of its grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Tom Haynie of Ynrbro. in addition to his parents, the child Is survived by one brother, Glenn Cote Jr of Blytheville. ' " ' * • Kelly Infant Dies Graveside sen-tecs for Jerry Lynn Kelly, infant son of Mr. and Mrs Ozcll Kelly of Lnxorn, were conducted this afternoon at Dogwood Cemetery. The child died at the home of his parents in Luxora yesterday. In addition to his parents, he Is survived by three brothers, Franklin, Jimmy Wayne and ozell Kelly. Jr all of Lu.xora. Cobb Funeral Home was in charge. Eugene O'Neill h III BOSTON, Dec. 10. (AP)-Eugene O Ncttl, Jomcrl playwright, -remained lii _a:.serious condition today at Faulkner Hospital. With the Courts Circuit (Civil): Will James, grand larceny. Johnny Nelson, grand larceny. Barley Davis, incest Circuit (Civil): Kate Yarbrouph, et al, vs. M. F. Dtiy nnd Harry Bogan, suit for $19,135 damages said to have been .suffered in nil automobile accident, dinnocry: B. E. Davis vs. Dell Gin Company, suit to obtain landlord's portion of crop a tenant sold to the gin company. Are You A Wise Santa? The answer is easy to find. You're a wise Sanla if it's pasy for you (n pay Christmas bills. And U's easy (o pay those hills if you joined our Cluh last year. Many of your friends received nice checks for their 'savings the last of November. . .in plenty of time for the Yulctidc shopping Why not do ns they do? Join our Christinas Club now for next year—you'll he a wise Santa, Too! > / 1 V \ x You'll Save MORE If You Join Cur Christmas Club Today! THE FARMERS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY The Oldest Bank in Mississippi County "Time Tried—Panic Tested" P.D.I.C._S10,000 Each Deposit Member Federal Reserve System Inflation Hits Defense Effort, Agency States MONDAY, DECEMBER 16, By ELTON C. FAY WASHINGTON, Dec. 10- (ffi—The Defense Department says the rearmament program has been hit hard by inflation and the situation may get worse. In a report released over the weekend covering the fiscal year ended lost June 30, the department said that "almost two billion out of every ten billion dollars authorized for procurement and construction were lost due to the marked increase in prices since the spring ol 1950." And at another point the report said: "Til the months ahead, Inflation is likely to become a very disturbing factor in the defense program. It miLst be contained to enable the American people to maintain an adequate level ol military preparedness. Lou Called Serious "The loss of guns, tanks and airplanes to a creeping inflatiqn is Just as serious as their loss on the battlefield. In either case, it Is the nation that suffers." Among other examples, the department cited the inflation of food prices. The cost of the daily meat ration cose $52.47 per man per year. The Defense Department's report was written by George c. Marshall before he retired as secretary of defense last September. Saying that the rearmament program "constitutes the absolute minimum essential for national safety" he cautioned that changing world conditions might compel an upward revision. IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT Federal National Mortgage Association, and p. w. Dyke as Trustee. Plaintiffs, vs - 11898 Hershel L. Croft, and Mildred Louise Croft, Defendants WARNING ORDER The defendants, Hershel L. Croft and Mildred Louise Croft, are warned to appear !n thfs Court within 30 days from this date and answer the complaint of the plaintiffs. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and the seal ALLEY OOP SEZ: [ SHOPPING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS Webster Home Damaged by Fire An exploding kerosene cook stove at the home of Don Chism, 711 South 21st Street was the cause of a fire alarm this morning. No damage resulted. Yesterday afternoon, fire of undetermined origin gutted two rooms of the home of John Webster 901 West Moultrie Drive. Fire Chief Roy Head said that the fire broke out In a hall and spread through two adjoining rooms. Egypt May Sever British Relations CAIRO. Egypt. Dec. 10. <AP» — tgypt's government today considered severing diplomatic relations with Britain following levelling ol an Egyptian village by road-build- t»K British soldiers of said Court on this 16 day of November, 1951. Harvey Morris Clerk o! the Above-Styled Court By Anita Sykes D. C. (SEAL) ROSE, MEEK, HOUSE. BARRON & NASH Attornes-s for Plaintiffs H'17-24-12!l-8 the Huntsman LETS SO,AL! I GOT MY LIMIT ! Don t be trigger-happy like this "huntsman." Shooting at birds on telephone wires or using insulators tor target practice can cut off important calls That's T be carei ' ul (Southweste ™ Bel1 Plan Now to Attend the Odd Fellows 2nd Annual , COON SUPPER llomorrow Night- December llth -7 p.m. at the JAYCEE CLUB HOUSE OPPOSITE THE AMERICAN LEGION Alley OOP'S Confederztr hundred-dollar bill will be worth more thin your Christmas shop- Ping money unless you spend It within the nexl 12 days. Tickets! .00 PLENTY OF COON FOR EVERYONE k sti/lt e-conscLOiis women They're applauding the newest, most exclusive beauty idea of the decade. Now, for the first time, internationally famous Dorothy Draper has turned her talents to the automotive field ... in the stunning new Packard for 1952! A$k per for> veroimance-niincled men They'ie losing their hearts to the engineering advancements in the most ,irheabh car of the year. Here's a newness where ncun c a cotl ,,ts the moil — ' ftom new Packard Thunderbolt Power . . . and a smoothcr-than-ever Packard Ultr« ma ,i c Drne ... to revolutionary new Packard Ewmatic Power Brakes. All backed by motordom's greatest recoid for consistent quality and service-free durability! • Here's l/ie most ceiling, most exclusive new car in a decade / •at of tight new models in tour price PACKARD foriQ52 FASHION-KEYED hy DOROTHY DRAPER Aik Iht mart who MOTOR SALES COMPANY 217 West Walnut Street, BIytherille, Ark.

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