The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 22, 1950 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO Rumors of Marriage, Dancing Girls Enliven King's Vacation DEAUVIIXE, Fiance. Aug. 22. M>i+ — _*T •**••• BLYTHEV1LLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS DEAUVILLE, Fiance. Aug. 22. ,„-, —Everybody In Egyptian King Farouk's entourage except, perhaps his official spokesman apparcntlj was enjoying himself here loday. While the rest of th« party was being entertained variously by ballet, bacarrat, or a specially-imported dancer, Knrim Thabet Pasha- Cairo newspaper editor who doubles us Ihe royal public relations adviser—concentrated on Bcttinc on the spot. Last Friday, sdlh the portly Farouk nearby In their hotel "lobby Tbabet Pasha assured newsmen there would be a royal wedding in Ihe spring. This was In response to inquiries whether Narriinan Sadek- suUry-eyed 16-year-old Egyptian girl was on her wey here from Switzerland to be married to ihe king. K'*d in Kgyjil There Is no question" of a weddim; in France at this lime, said Thabe't Pasha, who then went on to add ex pansively thnt the king would be I married to Miss Sadek in Esrvn. next spring. ' i Yesterday, (lie royal spokes-u-,' held court to back-track " ~ : "Nairimau Sadek is not «•-•'-/ . to Ocam-ille." lie told neKsm*^""r : don't know where she is. I kno= of' no plans for ihe king to be niarrM" Tf ihcre are any plans, thev V;V Known to the king alone. "His majesty Is here to relay Thlj is his first visit oulside Egypt j n u years, except for a thrce-dav Vio to Cyprus two years ago. He is t-V- Imj to have some fun " Last night the fun-seeking Inon . arch wearing a fawn-colored dinner Jacket attended the ballet at the Deaiiville Casino's theater Another of Farouk's favorite entertainers, Samla Carnal, 26-year- old expert in the Egyptian hootchy- kootchy. said she had not yet had rin opportunity to perform here or" valely for his majeslj. The king had Miss Gamar break off her em-aee merit In Monte Carlo to come here at his expense. In\ddition to pay- •!£fJl C V""o"? ? cx P c "-«s. Faroiik oesiowed a Paris-created gold lame evening gown on the dancer. Samia danced for the klrur-hiit publlcly-Sunday night at n cala party In his honor at the Deauville casino. So far during his stay here, the king has not escorted a feminine companion in public International Teaching Plan Is Arqued DETROIT. Aug. 22. lip, -The President of the American Federa lion of Teachers <AKM advocates a worldwide exchange of teaching uowlEdec and skills. John M. Ecklmul of Denver head of Ihe AFT, says (his would be « step toward ending "schism, prejudice and fear" In ihe world. Erktund addressed the federation's national convention here yesterday. The organization claims 65000 teacher members. The Denver schoolman proposed mass exchange, of teachers among peoples of varying cultures and the establishment of no "International university." Eckhind opposed any teachers' wage freeze at present levels as ail emergency measure. Me said it would cause an "exodus" of teachers to belter paying Jobs, Dr. George S. Counts of Columbia University attacked Soviet Russia's educational policies. "s-tsllii." he said, "has defined education as a weapon, the effect ->f i-liich depends on the person holrt- ns it and (he one at u'liom it i. pointed, "The idea is fnndstlc and terri I tying to people of our way of life" Dr. Counts said American youth should study Snviel Hussla and Communism in high school. He said t was "scandalous" that teacher tMlnliKf inslitutions "teach nothing about Soviet Russia." HIDE AND SEEK—Clutching grimly, Ann Ocvcreux falls feet first from her hooded mount. Able, during International Horse Sho-v jumping competition at London's White City Stadium ' ' FULL OF ICE-Tnal's valuabl* stuit you're looking at. brolhtr The jewels, we mean. If* the famous Rothschild collection he- mg modeled by Cherry Canon »....- il ' SI becn s «'ected as he 10.10 Queen of Jewels" by the 3500 members ot the Bowery Jewelers Association, New Vork KLKCTION PROCLAMATION' iVolice is hereby given that the Annual school election for tho year 1950 will be held in each school District of Missi-sippl County. Arkansas, on Tuesday September 26. 1930. for the purpose ot clectin < school directors for 1950-51 and voting on school taxes anil such other '.natters as may properly uc submitted at said election. The polls will cpen a: 8:00 o'clock A.M. and close at 6:30 r.M at the following places: VOTING PRECINCTS NAME AND POLLING OF DISTRICT PLACES Court House Cramer's store. Luxora School Victoria s.-hool City nail West End Fire StaUon Yarbro Kingston Gin. Numbi-r .<! Clear Lake School Promised Land school Gofiitell High school Lee Wilson Co. store Shaw'nc School Manila High School "ell High School Half Moon School Wilson Tavf-ru Whitton School Bank of Kclser School Building West Ridge High School i High School Gymnasium j Newsome's store ' Lost Cane School i Mississippi County Stlllman School i "3' c « Dye.ss Hish Srliool ' Given this 14 ( i ay ot Al|g Ig50 W. Berryman, Sheriff ol Mississippi County John Moves, County School Supervisor, Mississippi County 8[15-22-29 OscCOla Luxora Blytheville Oosnell Arniorel Shawnee Manila Dell Wilson KeLser Burdctte Etou-aJi Leachvllle Brinkley New Hurricane Threat Looms In South SAN JUAN, P.R.. Aug. 22. I/P) ....... A rapidly developing hurricane threatened islands In the British West Indies today and churned slowly westward in the northeast Cnrlbliean. The weather bureau here said little information was available from the hurricane area, but thnt Its position was estimated 'at 4:30 a.m /i? lo be llear ^t'itudc n 0 north, 62.5 west, or about 30 miles southeast of SI. Kilts, British West Indies. The storm, with winds up to aboiii loo miles an hour near the center was apparently moving aloii" „ westerly course at about sis to elgn: miles an hour. Forecasters warned that II was called for Puerto nico. At 10:30 p.m., the center of the inn rlcrxnc. the second of Ihe .season was about 15 to 20 miles cast of An- I Siia in Ihe Leeward Islands, and Hint city of more than 30.000 braced lor Ihe big blou-. Hurricane warnings were displayed from Guadaloupe through the Virgin Islands. All Interest, l n the nonheast Caribbean area from An- tiqun to Puerto Rico were warned to take precautions analyst (he hiir rlcane and ships at sra were told to avoid the area. The storm npparcMlv developed overnight after first being reported Sunday by (],e steamship Maur- lermc about « miles east of An tigua. At the same time the season's Ilrst tropical storm, spawned In the same genera! area ten days ngo blew It.splf out over Nova Scotia TUESDAY, AUGUST ;;„ 1950 EYES RIGHT!—That arrow on the picture Is intended to guide your eyes over to (he right, to notice the beautiful 20-karat diamond engagement ring. Well, okay, if you insist on looking to the left, that's French movie star Denise Dorcel. The ring came from her fiance, Peter Crosby, Washington, D. C., real estaU broker They plan to marry in October. T/siue Cutter h Arrested COLUMBUS. O.. Aug. 73. , Robert P. Simmons of nearby ,,„ tervllle threw a roll of tissue from] his Piper Cub plane and then pu the craft into a series of dips anc 1 dives to cut the paper, the state highway patrol said today. The patrol charr-erl Ihe 27-year old pilot with reckless flying. He is scheduled to appear In m'unicina court Wednesday. -, Nelp refe,. «,tr«« « MONTHLY FEMALE COMPLAINTS Hnrrlcnne warnings were raised over the Leeward and Virgin Is preliminary alert was lands and Urushiol is the sticky substance " poison ivy which produces a rash on contact with » person's 1 RADIO AND REPAIR Karlory-Trained Mei-h«mc« Any Make or i\l(xl«l Prompt Service Reasonable Prices Phone 2642 We Pick Up and Deliver FredCollihan I 10 So Firs) SI KlylhrvlHr L1TOIA BLYTHEVILLCS ONLV ALLWHITt THEATRE Open Week Days fi-A5 Show Slarls 7:00 Saturdays & Sundays li:0i Tuesday & Wednesday DOUBLE FKATURF. C3 YOU 0!VN A HOME? HERE IS A SUMMER SPECIAL- 50 Any ordinary house $ treated for termites - . «« d»nt have Jo practice or exptriment on your job-we have hart 12 years uf exptrUneu All our work is done accordmj: to re B ulali,.i, s our work 15. licensed hy the Arkansas Slate Pi« B t Board. FREE INSPECTION & ESTIMATE—IF NEEDED SUPERIOR TERMITE CO. 'JOHM .LUND WANDA mm • SARI RBGG JHOKTV WOOUEY, -• tu out • Nttn —IM, US- 535 N. filh. H. C. Blankenship.. . L. J. Zeller Call 60K6 Ca || 3579 I'hone 2350 SHOW STARTS 7:30 P.M. An expert resollnr Joh antt a goort shine can sdrl mrmllis to the life of Hood shoes. Bring your worn slices to us for expert repairs. HEUERS Shot Store For cleaner cotton at the gin TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY DOUBLf FEATURE RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Tuesday Only "QUICKSAND" wilh Mickey Rooney, Barbara Bates, *• Peler I.orre Also Warner Ken's ,t Shnrfs • Dusf gives thorough penetration of for uniform coverage • Hastens maturity • Reduces losses from boll rol • Speeds up hand and mechanical picking • Minimizes (rash ana 1 green leaf stain • Produces better germinating seed in we» seasons • **«'* 'he good cotton out early for HIGH PRICES AT THE GIN yovr lupp^rer, or AMERIC VU' G/t MO/ia/Hltl CO, I30J Oonogh.y BulMinf, link- ««<!,. _^-_S_^ FREE PLAYGROUND FOR THi KIDDIES ALL CHILDREN 11 OR UNDER ADMITTED FREE Wednesday & Thursday "LOST VOLCANO" Johnny SheRitld A Donald Woods Al»o Ne*'s A Short Art Conditioned By Refrigeration NEW "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun I'h. 58 Tuesday "GOLDEN GLOVES STORY" with Roh Rockwell \Vcdncsrlay & Thursday "WOMAN OF DISTINCTION" v with Roj.llilirt Hllvwll Sayt Treaty Nations Must Hove Manpower WASHINGTON, Aug. 22. M>|—A top official says North Atlantic treaty nations will get no American arms and munitions unless they have the organized monphver la use it. MaJ. GPU. Lyman L. Lemnitzcr, director of the Office of Mutual As- sistance, made that, clear to the House Appropriations Commute* during recent secret hearings on requests tor more foreign military aid funds, The committee made publis Ills testimony today. Lemitzcr emphasized that equip, ment obtained with American money will be transferred to foreign nations only "to the extent that force* arc also available which can •!- fcctii-cly utilize the equipment." If You Plan I On a 1000 Bu. ' Grain Bin... BUYITNOW! JACK ROBINSON IMP. CO. 500 E. Main Bfytheville 1-RISKED FOK MURHKR GUN—William Tultle^ Handley, alms "Dix" Hajutley, with a police record-of six arrests for assault and robbery, : is frisked by oops for the gun which murdered Robert Brannofn m s "Hie Li Asphalt Jungle." Showing lonite and Wednesday at the * Skyline Drive-In Theatre. 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