The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 28, 1952 · Page 6
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PAGE MX AUWJ81 18, IMi HAL IOYLE COLUMN— If You Missed 'Gay Paree' In 1918, You Should Have Seen Her Daught er NEW YORK WV-"Do you remom- r him moving. On the morning of toer in Paris when—' 1 1 Aug. 25 tho French tanks and That IB a phrase (hat crops up American doughboys engulfed Pa- often among veterans attending the American Legion convention here. Gay Paree? the very mention of her name brings a Rlutt to the eyes of every men that new her in wartime. For Paris was the silver foxhole of two world wars— the greatest leave city in history. She had a bit every visitor in uniform. "I was there on R pass in 1918," cays the grey-haired veteran with a paunch. "I sat down at n table at a sidewalk cafe, and this girl came over to talk to me, and— honest go God—her name really \vas Charmaine, and—" "You think. Charmaine was something," breaks In the younger vet. "You ought a seen her daughter in 1945, It must hnvfc been her _ _ . daughter, because I met her nt liau-s find fears a sidewalk cafe, too. She was like a double martini in sk'vts, and-—" Others Pitch In Mid others pitch in, and the He- swapping goes on for hours. Every hut on the soldier is sure he saw Paris at her danced ..and. ris Jlkc a resistless tide. Resistance Crumbled German resistance crumbled quickly, but the city wns loud with slngintf bullets. Every Frrnrlirn.in pemert to have soi/.ed his crand- father's horse pistol or rifle and begun firing it \vlMly at everyone of happiness for l he suspected, including probably his landlord. Mortar chips fell throughout the city, nnri no place was ffife. A ]lrie of sweating Gorman prls oners was marched through ji taunting mob, and one Frenchman stepped up »nd smashed a Ge In the mouth nnd called, him •<pi R !" The blonrl rji.i from U.r> } Woorivard, Bobby i German's mouth, nnri will n.vpr • > forget the hate and fear in his' ' ' eyes. A disciplined .soldiers always mob. Oil, but thru Fill far is oniplrd. will) joy. The patriots mid sits- peeled collaborationists wul fired pnch olht'r from Ihr confiops. WILSON NEWS By MUS. B. F. BOYLE8 Mir.5 liri.lgn Annie Ciuli MecU Hae Rowland was hOKteaa \vhnn aim entfrtnlncd her Thursday Night Bridge Cluh and one guest last week. Mrs, F. S. R«ese was the guest. Winners of the games were Mrs. Heese, high. Mrs. George Brewer. second nnd Miss Lillian Wilson. bridgo. JIoTd Wiener Ho.ist Twenty-three members of the Hfipttst Crusaders attended a wiener ron.st and lawn party Friday evening at the home nf Virginia Ann Lynch n£ Noriena, Mrs. Jack 2nok was the rhaperonc. U;is liirlliilny J'arly Jimmy Lovett was complimented on his 111 I] birthday Thursday aft- crnnon, when his mother Mrs. BroiiKhton Ixivett entertained with a sinprLsc [inrtv. Games \vcre playful dnritu; the afternoon fnllou'cd by refrrslunents of home-marte ice rrpa/n and birthday cake. Those dau?ht«r, Mix Peggy look, »p<!ni a te.v days last week with relative* In MoGhee, Ark, Janel Ruth Hale it visiting her father Lestvr Hale In Memphis. Mrs. Bill Shabrm and children have returned to their home In Chicago after a vtelt with Mr. and Mrs. Joe BrlRunce and their family. Norma Rowland has returned to her home in Lake Village after a visit with her aunt, Miss Annie Rae Rowland. Mr. and Mrs. Bronghton Lovctt nnd son, Jim, left Sunday for a few days visit with his mother. Mrs. Edna Lovett In Shaw. Miss., and his brother. Billy Lovctt, and Mrs. Lovett In Rutcvllle. Their son, John, who has been visiting his grandmother, ^ - ill accompany them home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stewart «n<1 daughter. Shirley, have returned from a vacation with relatives In Tutwilcr. Miss.. Decartr. Ala., and Tullahoma and Dixon in Tennessee. His mothrr, Mrs. Floy Stewart of Dixon, accompanied them home for an extended visit. In Tutwiler thoy* visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Con Rift Between Eisenhower, Sen. Taft Factions Be Healed? By JAMIS MARIOW WASHINGTON <JP> — Some of Gen. Elsenhower's friends have thrown rocks at him for not campaigning more actively, naming denUal candidate In 1MB, Gov. Devr- ey of New York, dawdled even, longer. His campaign didn't get go-1 Ing until late September. | The delay by both Eisenhower: names, pinpointing Issues and get- and Dewey In building a fire un- j ting down to caees on whatever his | tier the Democrats was by no means J program Is. This hasn't seemed to dishearten the genera! any, at least not publicly. Republicans who talked with him Kald he told them he had deliberately kept the campaign In low gear until now and now he'll open up. But. If Its any consolation to Els- enhower's friends who think he's been tardy, the Republican presi- | the only similarity between the two men, at least before the speech- j making part of their campaigns be- j LUXORA NEWS By MRS. G. C. DRIVER gan. Dewey's aides made it known he j didn't want any of the people] around h1:h to be overconffdent • about winning. Eisenhower didn't want to seem overconfident, in fact, he said he was going to run scared. Dewey conferred frequently about foreign affairs with John Foster Dulles, who was mentioned at most likely to be secretary of state, if ] Dewey won. Dewey- decided to sma-^h heavily at President Truman's operations in the foreign field, Eisenhower hns conferred about Stc- peak, and the things that happened to htm never happen to anybody else. In quite the same way, I feel that way, too. But the first lime I saw Paris she was no lovely lady In a slimmer frock. She. wns a fierce lighting lass, with nor gown torn from one shoulder, a gun slung over the other, and her hair streaming defiantly in the wind. It wns the day the Allied liberators marched into Paris — eight years ago (his week. For days the underground French patriots had been buUcllng street barricades at night and fighting running gun battles in the streets with a panicky German garrison. Nazis Begin Fire - Tho Nazis began lo-fire indiscriminately... they pulled a half dozen Frenchmen into a courtyard, tried them and shot them on the spot...the rioting only spread... a home-made bomb—a bottle of gasoline—was tossed Into a passing Nazi troop truck, and tbo enemy eoldlers rolled olf onto the pavement and died In flaming, screaming agony. French cheers echoed from nearby windows. A great Allied task force wns dispatched by. Gen. Omar N. Bradley. It was spearheaded by a French armored division so that Frenchmen could have the honor of liberating their own capital. But the Gallic tanks lumbered slowly. Every few hundred yards they stopped to be garlanded with flowers, and the tankmen crawled out to get a kiss nnd a bottle of wine from the suburban Charm- sines. Finally, the French general was bluntly told lo fight Ws way on into the city or the American Fourth Infantry Division would march In ahead of him. Thnt got the 1 patjnc.. and stropIs them WMS flowers. ,.and crowds rhn rn- everywhere- 'Aoy guy that didn't today," said one soldie exhibitionist." Ah, Paris, Parts! No missed her on (he rtay onr> who hf? drank lie wine of freedom ever knew Paris at her peak. McMoth Mokes Appointments LITTLP: HOCK r/r* — srverai np- pofntmonifi hy Gov. MrMatb were announced by his offlro yrsfcrtiny. They Included; The PPV. J. E. Conpnr. puMor of tVie Scott Street MeUuidfst Chnrch in Little Rock, rc-appotnfrd (o the State Board of Public Welfare. Mrs. Torn Paln.slcy, Little Rnrk, to the Board of Ptihlfn Welfare to fiii a vacancy, Dr. Allen Pollock, Little Rock to the State Chiropody Examiners Board, to succeed Dr. IXTHI Thuerk, Ft. Smith, whose term expired. Hope Man Leases Jonesboro Hotel JONESBORO, Ark. f.'T 1 )—A Hopr\ Ark., hotnl operator has acquired n lease on the. Hotel Noble, Jonr-s- boro s larRe.st hotel. It was announced here yesterday. D. M. Floyd. \vho five years a?o look over tlie Barlow Hotel In Hope, cobs, Jimmy Illrdsoc. James phrns :in,l Untidy Hulkm. O trlli- c:iub Alerts Mr. nn<f Mrs. O E. .Sadler entpr- tnInert Ihnir Octette Bridge Club. V/crines'hy ovfrnins? at their home. Mr. ritid Mrs John Bm'.en were hlsh f-Toiv \vhmcis nt bridge games f pbyp([, clisunc? Ihn (ivi-ning. i r.inillv <i.i(h<Tl!H r The hmno of Mr nnrl Mrs, Zlst- f nor D. tipfill in Wilson was the } su one of a f a m 11 y £ a )-hr-i Tuesday in honor of her srnnd- nioLhcr. Mrs. O. S. Bmney of Kcys- ville, Va., nnd her cousin. Frank Con try of New York City. This was Mr. Coolfiy's first visit to Arkansas since his rc-hirn from a five-year stay in China. Tri China, hn was connected with the YMCA. Other fntcsls wore hor parents, Mr. and E. P. Leftwieh. Jimmy GnrrcU, Billy Zook and; Charles Standefer attctidrd the; Imebalt games m St. Louis Mtm- j ria >'- I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stanford and foreign affairs with Dulles, who has ELUncr D. Beall. vocational asrl- ; son, Eduard, are visiting in Cass-i hepn menMonorl as pos=ibly the gen- culture teacher fit Wilson HishjvlUe, Mo. ! oral's choice for secretary of state, School, left Wednesday for l.UUc Mr. and Mrs. John Ford, Mr. and ; if tfie Pe neral \\-tns, Eisenhower al- Hock whrie her will nticiid n vora-j ^J rs - Rl j^ 11 Bowen, Mr.^ and^Mrs.i rearty lia j. smas h e d heavily at ihe (innal tCHchers mfctin?. He will IT- '* 1V " 1 " TT " l *" ""'' * f — ^ ^ turn Saturday- Mrs. Bejill Fii:rl To.nniy nnd John, will visit her parents. M-. anrt Mrs. I J . F, Cooky | in rUythcvilli?, v,-hlle he is in Liiilr Unrk, Mi-, and Mrs, A, G. CullonT and chUdrni, TJuz7. and Betty, of Mit- Ifncjton wr-re the week end {•nr-"ti of Mr, and Mrs. Buck Jones and 'action. Mr nnd Mrs Norve! Byprs and children motored to Byhalta. Miss,, Sunday to visit. Mr. nnd Mrs. Oil- lard Green, Mr. find Mrs. Lee Proffer of StkeMon, Mo., were the week end giicstfi of her sister. Mrs. G. B. Craven nnd family, Karen accom- - Cnnlcy of RlythevilLe, and Mrs. P, her brother, the Rev. W, F. Cooley find family of Fayclteville. Personnls Rpatnan BlUy C- Roylcs left Sun- dny morning for Snn Francisco, Calif., where he will report for rliity fiboanl tho USS Cavalier. Sea- mnn Floyles hns bcrn \ r lsiting his parrnl.s, Mr. ant! Mr.s, Btiford Boyles, and their family since July panied them home after spending the past three weeks in their home, Mrs, DonaW Hnv nnd dauchter. Tiny Borpn, RTR visltint? Mr and Mr?. Dillard Green in Byhnlla, Miss. Mrs. Mack Davidson has returned to Wilson after spending the past four months with her husbrmrt Kall. Mr. ancl Mrs. G, C. j Driver, Mr, and Mrs. A. B. Rozolle, , Mr, and Mrs. I. M. Castlfo and Mr. ! and Mrs. John Bowcn of Wilson i formed a party of Luxorans spend,- j ins the weekend in St. Louis, where . they attended the Cardinal baseball series with New York and [ Brooklyn. ! Mrs. T. L. Stanford, Mrs, Avis i Crawford and Miss Margaret Mof- ! lilt were among the Luxorans at- j tending the First Baptist Church I Dedication Services 11 * in Blytheville | Sunday. j George McLcndon Is spending | several days In Florida, visiting his sister. Miss Jean Evelyn Reed of Lambert. Miss,, Is visiting her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs, W. B. Skeen, for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Tn'mau ndministvation's operations In the foreign field. Dewey said the Taft-Hartley Labor Law misht need some changing. So did Eisenhower, Dewey met with the man he defeated for the Republican nomination. Sen. Taft of Ohio. The rift between them was never healed. Eisenhower is supposed to meet with Taft. whom he defeated for the Republican nomination. It Is still questionable whether the rift between the Eisenhower and Taft factions can be completely healed. OEMBB C. B. Wood, ST , have recently returned home from a visit with their grandson, C. B., III. who Is In camp at Gainesville, Texas. Mrs. Julia B. Owen and daughter. at Oceaiisirtc. Calif. She is the for-; Marilyn, returned home .Sunday " from a visit with relatives In Ha- Ecrstown, Md., stopping en route to visit their daughter and sister, Mrs, 2D. His parents necompanied him fis Women's Society of Christian Ser- Tom Boswell, and family, in Ta'e, Tar as Memphis. | vine met Tuesday nftcrnoon at the j Ga. mer MiM Etta Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Jonrs. The of fleers of the Methodist Mrs. Jarnes Gruber of Little Rock is the latest of her brother. Stanley Pierce, and his family. Mrs. Pat Bourland and children Rpcnt Sunday with her brother, Walter Perry, and Mrs. Perry In Memphis, Chemn Elizabeth Conner has returned to her home in MoneUe nft- cr a few rt«ys visit with hor grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Buforri Boyles, arid family, Mr. anrt Mrs, Bert Corkran and ,'on, Ch?rlos Hnrt, Mr. and Mrs. Fn:d Corkntn and sons, Freddie nnd will take charge, of the Noble on | Steven. n,nd Mrs. Charley Covkran, church to complete their quarterly WSCS report. WARNING ORDER Tn the Chanrery Courl, ChicTcv- sawba District, M^lssissippi County, Arkawsas. Nfrs. Bernice Jones, Ptf. Jimmy Layel, U. S. Navy, stationed at Norfolk, Virginia, is spending a leave here with his grandmother, Mrs. Mollle Layel, and mint, Mrs. Horace Llndsey. Mrs. J. I. Mifflfn returned Saturday from a visit with her sister, Mrs. W. D, Terry, in Smackover. vs. No. Robert Lee Jones, Dft. The defendant. Robert Lee Jones, is hereby warned to appear within thirty rinys in the court namnd In P 14fi • S' le was accompanied home by Miss I Betty Mifflin of Vanndalp and her niece, Miss Martha Claire Terry, who are visiting here tor several days. Mrs. Lestor Stevens spent last Sept. 1 from R. II. who hns operated the hotel for the past, Pt£lU years. Flovd boon manager of ho- nil of Memphis were the guests of Mrs. Pauline Corkran and Mr. and Mvs. Stanley Pierce Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wendell O. Harris . . . tola In Salnni, III., nnd Hcndrrxon. j and phlldrcn. Ken, Jtidy and Mar- N. C. before nolnp to Hope. He has j ilyn. spnnl Siniftay with his par- also worked nt holols in Tennessee. | cnu. A. J. Hnrrls m Campbell, Mo. Alabama, nnd Maine. . ivfiv'nnd Mrs. Jack Zook nnd complaint of the plaintiff, \\ts- Bcrnice Jones. Dated this 20th day of August, 1052. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Liivernc Ball, D.C. Ed B. Cook, attorney for ptf. Claude F. Cooper, attorney ad lit- em. 821-28-94-11 — Four Four Men Die In Gas Blast ROCHESTER, N. Y. men were killed yesterday by gas in a sewer hole at suburban Ironde- quot. ; Two employes of the to^n sanita- - tion department were overcome In! the 25-foot-deep hole and two town ; firemen wearing masks lost their ' lives when they went in to rescue ! them. i The victims were Enrl Richmond,; 37, and Carl Van Schick. 46. sanitation department employes, and Arthur Sink. 40, and Bernard Bau- ; man. 38, the firemen. * The hole had been dug In connection with construction of a sewer project at the site of a residential development, ! CosfeUo Begins Jail Sentence NEW YORK f.^i—Gambler Prank Costello has begun serving an 13- mnnths Jail sentence in the Federal Correctional Institute, in Lewisburg -and friends in Memphis and Mississippi. Miss Melba McCuUar of Wilson , !s the houseguest of Miss Clemen- j Pa • tor contempt of the U.S. Senate t-ine Gentry for several days. I Crime investigating Committee:. Mr. find'Mrs. Charles Johnson of | Officials at the Federal House Jone.sboro arrived last w^ek to'make 1 nf HrtmUnn hrre disclosed today their home here. Mr. Johnson Is that he had been transferred last the hlt;h school coach for the forth-' Friday. He will be eligible for pa- coming school year. role after serving six months. FAMILY SHOE STORE W. gii===g= Phone Handbags to match ail shoes 1. BLACK DOESKIN with contrasting black trim. BLUE DOESKIN with contrasting blue trim. importance 2. CALABASH TAN white'cable stitch. with 3. BLACK DOESKIN with jet bead trim. CASH & CARRY DRY CLEANING Suit or Coat Pickup & Delivery - - $1.20 (All Other General Prices Reduced Accordingly for Cash and Carry) Since 19-16,'Boone Cleaners have been providing the quality-condous-EJIylheville public with the finest and most modern cleaning known to the industry. Now this same high quality cleaning is available to you at NF, WLOYV CASH AND CARRY PRICES! Be thrifty . . • . take advantage of this saving, beginning Monday, September 1st. Keeping pace with the public's demand, Boone Your Shirts ALL your washables At Reduced Cash and Carry Prices 2 Shirts - 6 Shirts - 35* 1.00 (Cash and Carry) Cleaners installed a modern new specialized laundry shirt unit to assure every customer of receiving a laundering service that is unsurpassed anywhere for quality. Now (his modern service is available to you al NEW LOW PRICKS! To keep your shirts looking Iheir best, bring them to BOONE! These New Prices Effective Monday, Sept. 1st For Highest Quality Cleaning At The Lowest Possible Prices It's BOONE CLEANERS - 119 So. 3rd Blytheville

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