The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 11, 1952 · Page 5
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MOKPAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1981 HAL COLUMN Coddled Women AgeFast Says Wife Who Helped Husband Build Fortune •WORK (API — Housewives <*• *Moh >nt«rla!nln« often T •>**>* •• well be running a f WATCH OUTJ - Th, N.W.- ?£*** J**?*' b "" d <* dat « from th. KMiecal faf«ty CoyrwH, chow MUM* aerf btaaMown of th* v. s. Th, auto- d««tba «.«•«. *• hljtt* to Military Studies Defense Plans NATO OWel.U MM! To S«*fc Intensified R*-Armin§ «f We*t L1SBOH, Portugal I/P) —Some of the b««t mtlrtwy brain* of the 12 Atlanta- AlHef met today to study proposal tar tnteiwifyln? the re- trmanvent «rtr« to defend the West. . I In th« opening preliminary to the meetfeii hire JM>. M of the North Atlantic Trjstj- .Orfanl«aUon NATO Cone*, th« JfATO Military commltte* started a searching evaluation at recommendations by "W. Arwfft Buiilman's 12-man eonunfrte* of efliwrts. • lUiii Thou«ht Fair KeHaUt «t»u«M tiid the Allied *l«fc of ato(T (mcrally considered •>•* *»• report on how the West t»n meet efficiently step up re- »ri»«m«n* waa .Jalr, but that some beltove Me long-range recommen- tfattonc ax not. PxtfUtof orer Ihe ffatherinj of ISO tttltttary wqwrta i* Lt. Gen. Charle* PtaulVei, chairman of the Canadian Joint Chlefi of staff Committee. Among the group are auch famoui figure* a. American Gen. Omar N. Bradley, French -~ Oen. AlphonM Juin and British Ah- Uanhal Sir John O. Slewor. 'V. 9. TJrfe* Britain Informed lources said the TT. S. hai bee;-, urglngr Britain to agree on a Mediterranean command setup Into which Greece and Turkey -could b. fitted easily after their -comhig entry Into NATO. The TJ. 8. wan»« Adm. Robert B. f Carney's Southern Europe Command expanded to Include those two E««t Mediterranean nations. Brit«ln «eekj a teperate comm«n<! • under British leadership. hotel." Mr*. Al TiKh agrees. She believes »ny wife who can entertain will In her own home can run a hotel successfully—If she has the stamina. "I feel It is far easier to cater Jo 800 hotel guests than to care for 10 in my own home," said Mn Tisch, one of the nation's few women hotel presidents. "1 often wonder why more women don't embark in the hotel business. We'd have better hotels. They ne«d .he woman's touch." Tlach Family In Uni«.ue Th* Tisch family Is a unique lour-member partnership. Sayde Tisch, her husband, Al, a former clothing manufacturer and their two sons—Larry, 2S, and Bob, 2S — op*rat* i chain 01 10 hotels, Including the McAlpIn In New York and the Trnymore and the Ambassador Atlantic City. "None of us draws a salary." she says. "Each takes what he needs." Mrs. livh SuperviMi Mrs, Tisch, a friendly, warrn- )iced woman of 51, helps supervise the entire chain. But her own pet proj«ct U Laurel-in-the-Pines, a Lakewood, N. J., winter resort. She okayed its purchase in 1845 after a five-minute inspection. "I believe In women's intuition," she said smiling. Shortly before this she had told children's camp she had operated profitably for 10 years. Her family wanted her to retire, but retiie- -ient held no charms for her. Coddled Women Are "Coddled women age faster and feel useless because their lives »eem empty," she said. "Keeping busy -nay not keep you young—but It nakes you feel younger." Financial success or failure hu lever altered her enjoyment of living. "When Al and I came out of the irooklyn marriage bureau in 1920," >h« said, "he had only so cents in his pocket. And we gave a dime of that to a blind begger." For her honeymoon she accom- »nled Ai on a' sales trip through Mew England. She got a J50 a week job and they lived on that while her husband was launching into >U8inea« of his own. Craih Wiped Them Out ' They wer« living at a «IO,000 a 'ear clip In 1929, owned nine retail Nothing stores. But the crash wiped them out. 'I even sold my engagement ring to ke»p ui out of bankruptcy," r«- called Mrs. Tuch. 'For the next four year* the four of us lived on about »JO a week until we got all our debts paid. But, believe me, there was never a tear shed over it. I wouldn't have had it any other way. We've always had fun, Just being together." - : And together they built up a aew fortune. • Killed by Coconut TELUK ANSON, Malaya (XF;—A coconut picker clambered down from th« top of a tall tree he had .-been "worknv" stopped under the hot sim and mopped his brow. One coconut he had 'not picked fell on his head and killed him. PROGRAM SCHCOU1C KOSE 1M OB T«.r Feb. 12, 1952 MORNING 6:45— Sign On 6:45— Southern Gospel Singers 7:00— News 7:05— Yawnln' In the Mawnin' 7:55 -According to the Record 8:OO— Morning News Round Up 8:15 — Morning Devotlonul 8:30— Meet the Slavs 8:45— Guy Lombardo Time 9:00— Woman's viewpoint 9 :30— Concert Master 10:00— Dodge Reporter 10:50— Gospel Gems 10:30— Southern Gospel Singers 10:*5— Oospel GCTM 11:00— World Ness 11:05— Farm Frolics AFTERNOON la-.OO-Noon Newt 12:15 — Noon Serenade l:00~Bohlnd the World Newi 1:05— Matinee Melodies 2:OO— Arkansas • News 2:05-Hillbllly Hits 3:oo— World News 3:05— Heptime, 4:00— Blytheville Courier News < :05— Murray's Madhouse 5:00— Boy Scout Prcsr&ra 5:15— Record Rac«x 5:30 — Sportsman 5:*5.-Blg n Off BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Silver Coins Saved As Train Is Derailed SfNOAPORE, (S>)—Only a la«t- mlr.ut* decision shifted the shipment ot $33.000 worth of silver colna on the Singapore-Kuala Lumpur tatta that wai derailed recently. When an extra car was put on the train for the royal family of the State of Negrt Sembilan, it, became necessary to withdraw the coin car. The coin* were shipped under special guard two day» later. WAKHtNG ORDER In the Circuit Court, Chlckasaw- JM DMrfei, Mississippi Count?, Arkansas. J. Goldsmith and Bom, Company, A Corporation, Ptf. vs. No. 4496 Mrs. Ethel Wilhelm Sneed, Dft. The defendant, Mrs. Ethel Wilhelm Sneed, b hereby warned to appear within thirty days la the court named In the caption hereof and answer th« complaint of the plaintiff. J. Goldsmith and Sons Company, A Corporation. Dated this 8th day of January, 1953. Harvey Morrli, Clerk By Anita Sykes, D. O. Wm. Rader Jr., ntty. for ptf. Jas. M. Gardner, ally ad litem. 2;ll-18-25-3j3 Last Times Tonil* "BED TIME FOR BONZO" Ronald Reagan Diana Lynn Also 2 Color Cartoons Tuesday Bargain Nit* All Tickets 15c ii Return of Jesse James" James Ireland Ann Dvorak h congregation in Chicago has defied a PAGE FTO Young Woman Kills Husband For Smothering Her Baby 8HREVEPORT. La. (API _ A young woman shot and killed her husband before the eyes ot their three children "because he was smothering her baby," a deputy sheriff reported, Dr. J. B. Hall, coroner of adja- ment Bossier Parish County, classifier) the death of Tech. Set. O. L. Gibson, 27. "Justifiable homicide." Woman Tells Siory Deputy Sheriff Steve Morris said Mrs. Gibson told this story: Her husband was sleeping off a bound behemoth. HIGH AND DRY—The meandering Missouri H NOTICE Notice is hereby given tliat the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the Stale of Ark.imas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the >remlses described-as 2023 Rose, Blytheville, Mississippi County. The undersigned stales that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime 'involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is, for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 15 day of Jan,. 1852. and to expire on the 30 day of June, 1052. Nora Harvey Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of Jan., 1952, Oscar Alexander My Commission expires: 9-12-53. 'OperatipnBotHes' In Final Phase f. .V<A'pr:r "Operation Bottles" li now in Its final phase. The operation, which was disposed here last month, is designed to bombard the China coastline with hundreds of plastic bottles, each of them containing a friendly jreeting In Chinese and an American souvenir. Students at Lenoir Rhyne College, who originated and placed the Idea In execution, said today they have received notlci that the bottles left San Francisco early this month aboard- the -American President liner Ughlnlng, which will drop them In the entrance to the China Sea. Five Little Slams ROSETOWN Sask. UP) — Bidding and making a little slam at bridge Isn't unusual. But Mr. and Mis. Jack Cracknell bid and made five little slams in a row at a bridge tournament here. Safer Cough Relief FOR CHILDREN For coughs and bronchitis due to cold* you can now getCreonuilsion specially prepared for Children in a new pink and blue package and be sure: (1) Your child will like it. (2) It conlaint only ufe, provea ingredients. (3) U contains no narcotics to disturb nature's processes. (4) It will aid nature to soothe and heal raw, lender, inflamed throat and bronchial membranes, thus relieving the cough iml promoting rest and sleep. AsV for Crcomulsion for Children in the pink and blue package CREOMULSION FOR CHILDREN tttlrm Mfc, Attention, Dealers: Fairbanks, Morse and Co. has an exclusive dealer franchise available In Blylhevifle for reputable cniu-rrn with Rood credit ratinsr. This franchise includes nationally advertised water systems and farm and home appliances. For complete Information write Fairbanks, Morse & Co. 67G Jefferson Avc. Meii\plii=, Tenn. Guaranteed Watch Repair £, $ 3.50 Ynur watch is disassembled, j I cleaned, pivots polished and , [ hair spring] adjusted. 3 Day Service Thompson Credit Jeweler |Ne*l door to Wade Furniture! N E W Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Communily Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. I'hone 58 "hangover" In their tourist court residence aoout two mtlcs north of here. Their one-year-old daughter. Sarllne, tried to gain his attention by talking to him and pulling nt his clothing. Gibson grabbed the child and placed his hand over her face. When Mrs, Oibson attempted to pull the child free, olljson pushed his wife away. Gibson Gels Pistol Mrs. Oibson got an automatic pistol from a dresser drawer and shot her husband through the chest. He attempted to grab the gun and slm shot him again, (lite time from a distance of about 15 Inches. Oibson died Instantly. In the room yesterday besides the parents and the youngest daughter were the Gibsons' tliree- year-olrt twin daughters, Marlene and Darlene. Gibson, stationed at nearby i'11' Barktdale Air Force B«M, h*4 Bred jt the tourist court akne* December. HU home wa* In Thaytr, Mo. Cooked Fine Dinner Threw it TO DOG! One lady used to throw her on dinner to the dog most of th* lime. It made her sick Jiiit to look at food. She was swollen with t«j, full of bloat, felt worn-out. Finally she got CERTA-VW and says she now eats everythln« IB sight and digests It perfectly. ThU Is the new medicine that Is helpln» so many stomach "victims" her* la Blylhevllle. It helps you digest food faster and better. Taken befor* meals, It works with your food. Ou pains go! Inches of bloat yantah. Contains herns and vitamin B-l with Iron to enrich the blood and make nerves stronger. Weak, ml»- erable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on juSerinf. Get CERTA-VIN—Klrby Bro«. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. MON.-TUKS. WED.-THURS. 'DADLING, HOW COULD YOU" Joan Fontaine John Lund Mona Freeman Lasl Times Tonite "WILD BLUE YONDER" Vera Ralston * Wendell Corey Tuesday "Fugitive Lady" .Tanis I*nx« • Tony Curfis WED.-THURS. "THE PEOPLE AGAINST O'HARA" Spencer Tracy Diana Lynn FOR SALE! Calcium Ammonium N K \ 1C I ^ I I I For Information and Price, Call WEST MEMPHIS COTTON OIL MILL 201 PER CENT NITROGEN Last Times Tonite Shows at 7 & 9 "MAN IN THE SADDLE" in Technicolor Randolph Scott • i--,—. GEM THEATER "Osceolo's Finest" Lost Times Tonite-Dont Miss! A Love Story That Pulls No Punches! KIRK Paramount presents E1EMM DOUGLAS- PARKER BENDIX - WILLIAM WYLEITSS5S SJWifY WNGSUTS "I'm sorry, Jim. I never said I was a saintr Detective 5"jHH^^§*%* FROM THE SMASH ^**-fc^«yI Jf STAPE SUCCESS' CMH> mm. -MMt^'ChMMt, WILllAMW v-r.to,*, PHILIP vcfiDAM MRQBEftl WYLCft "-^-..SlDNEYKlNGStEY BLVIHLVILLESONLY ALL WH1TF THEATPF Phon* 4621 Show Starts Wifekdaya 7:00 p.m. Saf. Siin. 1:0(1 p.m: ALWAYS A DOUBLE FEATURE LAST TIMES TONITC /'Hollywood Barndance" BARON ZONA _VJNCENT.PRICE • ELLEN DREW with Ernest Tubb Gltfiddlei * Sflcare Dances. AH* Cartoon & Short* TUESDAY & WfDNfSDAY— 2.HIT5 Also 2 Reel Short Phon, West WEST MEMPHIS, ARK. 84 Phone Mmph , s . S . 4MO Sell it ... by using classified advertising in the COURIER! Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear samt day. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS

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