The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 13, 1952 · Page 2
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?AGE TWO Bra Bars Start Hubbub in U.S. Fashion Centers fARK.) COUKTER NEWS By SAM DMVSO.V NEW YOHK (U 1 , ~ The twite Just fettled in New Hampshire may be more Important to you — but the men's and women's fashion centers here have some Issues today to which we respectifulJy call attention. To wit: 1. The application of Industrial engineering to the women's foundation garment. That Is the subject of a meeting here today under the auspices of the Associated Corset & Brassiere Manufacturers. Inc. The first session topic: "Time study as » management tool for measuring production." 2. The hubbub over bra bars. One school of thought hr.lds thin the shop with the brassiere bar where the customer herself picks out what she wants Is doing her a favor in this busy world. The other srhool holds that women shauMn't be asked to buy bras on the run. One irate bra-maker says: "No woman's figure was made by a machine and it should never be fitted like one." "I'eok-a-Hno" fabric 3. The arrival, along with sprinE. of peck-a-boo or eyelet cotton as a fabric covering for bra and hljh- walstcd pirdlc. One maker rails It the modern version of the camisole and says: "It's marie to be .seen through the sheer nylon and cotton blouses." But the men have Just as kruitty fashion problems this sprmy, if you believe the makers of suits and accessories. Here are R couple of Easter parade get-nps shown at the fashicm shew of the New York Custom 1'ail- ors Designers Club: 1 A mohair-worsted blend suit in a soft shade of green. The jacket has narrow fishmouth lapels and a slightly shorter coat length. 2. A one-button single-breasted gray cashmere Jacket worn with a double-breasted vest of cjay necktie silk, above black and white pin-dot worsted trousers. After the Easter parade, says the de- signer, that outfit would be good for attending directors' meetings. There are other saloriai battles underway. Makers of the new narrow neckties are trying to oust (he wider sort, which they refer to scornfully as uibs. And a Boston tie- maker has an Easter noveltv — matching bow-tie sets lor father and son. 1/mg-point-cnUnr shirt - makers Insist that the round-|>n;;it-rollar worn 'Aith a pin i.sn t driving their product off the counters. But the makers of button-down-collar shirts Just smile and say they're the ones who are reaping the sales. Over in the men's suiLs division, a nation-wide survey by the Cloth- ing Manufacturers Association ot «ho US.A., reports a swing to soft fabrics such ns tweeds and flannels. They also find the single- breasted Jacket is gaining over the double-breasted. And the two- button model is pushing the three- iMillon coat off the racks — so says the association. But lor many a man Iherc Is . Kd news In the report that this j year clothing makers plan to turn out more two-pants suits. There almost disappeared in the East for a time. But this year the price of worsted fabrics Is lower, so that suit makers can turn out a two- j pant-s suit In a price field that the two-pant? addicts can afford. Americans Learn Weapons of Russia Are Somewhat Crude, Bur Effective ABEHDEKN. Md. lA'i — Almost ret. since the stint of fichtlne In K-IITU. | Generally (hey asrec- the Army's experts on wcnpms at.[ Russian weapons are crude com- Alierdeen Proving Ground have pared with ours. They go Into bat- been iinkcriHg with samples of tie without many of the refinements MiFMiiu equipment captured by UN j our fighting men insist on. They . c , nbr . i mriy not B° ns far. ns fast, as com- At first It was mule and nliso- j fortahly, but they set there They M,"\, Cli ' )ms klu " w '<- nU tror "i h»™ " hleh efficiency as killers World war ! days or from th,-lr The graveyards In Korea prove the studies of II on n "lend-lease" basis point. In World War If. Then ciune a new 37 millimeter ami-aircraft gun, a new armored jeei), a sub-machine yun dated "11)51." It was no secret at the proving p It doesn't take as many man- hours, nor ns much raw material to make them. The Russians perhaps fan provide four or five weapons in the time It takes ns and for (he money we spend on a comparable one. ground. Many of the weapons taken from the North Korean and Chib 1 ^ (£ m S£ n S. ln Kor "! Blackwell A report released by Gen. Mat- I (hew II. nliiuaay's headquarters In Tokyo Monday Indicated virtually all the equipment nrnv in use hy the Reds In Korea Is Russian-made. The report Itemized It by moilel- number. Aberdeen's experts have worked over every Item on the list Exactly what the ordnance experts have learned about Russian LITTLE ROCK OT, _ Slate Senator Lawrence Blackwell. Pine Bluff, today filed a.s n candidate for position 1 In the new 20th Senatorial District, which Includes Lincoln and Jefferson counties. Merle B. Smith, Pine BluH, Monday filed for Position No. 2 In the weapon-^capturcd In Korea 1 ee ] two senator district Infantry Tests Armored Vests Nylon Protector Weighs 7-8 Pound*, Army Announces SEOUL. Korea lip, _ American imanlrymen In Korea arc testing « lightweight armored vest thai to all nylon, it weighs only seven or eight pound.? — about half of the weight ol metal nlloy vest* the Army said today. Last February tlic Army tried nylon vests that contained protec tlve insert,? of lightweight metal. The latest vest Is designed to protect against mortar, grenade and shell fragments. These normally sc- count (or 60 to 80 per cent of combat wounds. Marie of 12 layers of nylon, t n e vest Is light unit flexible. It has two breast pockets and straps for a cartridge belt. Lt. Col, Andrew A. Allies of College Park. Mrt.. is In charge of the testing project. The nylon vest will sometimes stop a .45 caliber slug hut will not protect against high velocity rifle or jnachlnegun fire, Aincs said. New Sheel Order To Aid Arkansas LITTLE ROCK (API - A new mortification of federal restrictions on use of steel is expected to be a boon to Arkansas highway contrite- ' tion, I The new order permits the states I to "self authorize" use of not more • then 25 tons of carbon steel In any construction or maintenance project. F. R. Oliver, clile/ engineer of the Federal Bureau of Public- Roads office here, said 80 per cent of the Arkansas highway projects *'hlch have been coming through his office for steel authorization would use less than 25 tons of the metal. THURSDAY, MARCH IS, 1953 Read Courier News Classified Ads. r The Bill of Rights of the u •* Constitution was submitted, to ' u , • first Congress at us first session Sept. 25, 1789, In New York. ' 406 W. Main Phone 4591 POLICE HEADQUARTERS IN HAVANA-ci.lI ban soldiers, sailors and police, nil armed, stand before the Central Police Headquarters in Havana Cuba shortly after a revolt, led by Fulgenclo Batista, overthrew the government of President Car- los Prio. The coup was staged three month* ahead of Culm's scheduled presidential elections In which Batista was an announced candidate. IAI- \virtn- hoto) .—-— "MEET THE MASTERS" The IF orld's final mufia performed by l/te If'ar/ifs greatest artists presented hy and Chas. S. Lemons Furniture Slation WMCT THRirm-EASTER SMARTNESS Newil r l, detail, I 7. 7 8 Mines'ilie, Rich oil-wool suedes, checks, coverts and sharkskins in beautifully styled Coats. Fully lined, nea |[ y tailored. All exccll-nl values. Wear yours for Easter, enjoy it all jpring. Big seleclion of colors. 4^,»i - ^ <" \ £ A * *A\ '* j v» *»$ SOAP 'N'-WATER RAYONS 2.93 each 2 for 5.80 Miss' 32-33 Cool Blouses in Crown Fabric's "Irolin", a washable spun-rayon that won't shrink more- lhan 2%. Fresh, prelty styles trimmed wiih imported linen, ball-fringe, embioidery, smart necklines. White, vol-dyed pastels. Blytheville's most modern store 'suggests three ideas for your Easter appearance PICTURE The wonder/iil look and fee! of linen in fabulous wrinkle-resistant Key West Cloth. A billowing drift of silk organza—caught by a tortoise shell rhintatone stutldetl pinwheel. A Keith Original in Heavenly pastels, sizes 10 to 20. $22.95 B. Kalmtous Key West Cloth cottons up to lace. Swagger hip flaps, a Jiig silk organza "\V~hif" 'chief— on a skirt with a beautiful flair. The flattering neckline further emphasized hy a glittering rhitie- stone studded button. A Ucich Original in Heavenly pastels, 10 to 20.' $29.95 C. . . . The drop? lhat figureK gracefully anywhere, anytime, anyplace. Delicate flowers scrolled on cotton lace. Gvosgrain tab collar, cuffs, buttons and belt. The collar tahs sparkle with rhinestone cluster pins. Completely feminine in Heavenly p.istcls, 10 to 20. ...... .- .\-t;.' -I-;-' ; ."_ -.;• , ? >$R.» t&fam $29.95 YOUR EASTER

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