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October 11, 1950

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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__WEDNESPAT; OCTOBIH 11, 19M (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 30 Top U. S.Designe rs to Create Wardrobe for '51 Maid of Cotton More than so at the nation's* outstanding designers will create » glamorous collection o f hlgh-ia- snion cotton originals for the 1951 Maid of cotton, Margt Herzog, "ashlon director of the National i-otton Council, announced today, These designers, from fashion centers across the nation, are work'»e with Miss JJWKJg in planning « cotton wardrobe for the Maid to •«M on her exciting lour of the JJ^d States, Latin America, England and Prance. They will create costumes for the Maid In a vauety oi new cotton fabrics designed to •nor cotton's dominant role in fa-' "lions for the 1951 season. Among the fabrics likely to b« Included will be gtnghams in tissue "id heavier weights, chambrays In companion color schemes; new cot- Ion satin, cotton taffela, hardy <j«nlir.; and sailcloth, sheer organ- flies and voiles, and oilier woven cottons such' as piques and the many new dobby and embroidery types. To H»v« Many Style* Corduroys, velveteens, cotton velvet, new cotton suede and cotton weeds are winter-wise and as such *'i" be important features of the Maid's wardrobe. Wrinkle-resistant an<t water repellent finishes will make her outfits practical as well »s fashionable. Texture interest will te highlighted with the gleam of s«lin stripes outlining many color- 'ul plaids, while' gold and silver threads will be woven into brliVr.l, colored sheer ginghams. The lavish wardrobe, will prove cotton's versatility ns n fnshion- righl fabric for all season and all occasions. The Maid's 6-month tour will demonstrate also that cotton Is a good traveler, for it retains its fresh appearance despite hard *'ear and constant packing and unpacking. s Herzog states that the com- list of designers for the 1051 wardrobe will be released when the entire collection has been coordin- «ted. Accessories for each costume GREENBACK WITH RED TOUCHES-This | s a copy of one t£?2L* P - ?. y , An ! mcan dollar bm l*i'>* circulated widely among usti-n^'l" ft * b , y Commu " ist Propagandists. In place of thf "Alnmi!. ni £ e T. has an Momic boml> and the inscription, undeT n ^ JT 01 "- °" ' he ° PPOSUe Side are the le *"=rs "KKK' ! "With ?hi ^ fi !l! re - The i'^P'io"* at lop and bottom say witn this money they cannot buy the Koreans," and "With this money they cannot buy the Italian people." . l include gloves, handbags , , s and shoes. In past years the Maid's wardrobe has Included pace-setting designers as Pauline Trigcre. Justin McCarthy, Cecil Chapman. Claire McCardell, Carolyn Sch'nur- «r, Louella Ballerino. Herbert Sondheim, Emma Domb and Joseph Halpert . Will Go To New York Immediately following her selection;' the Maid of Cotton will spend > month In New York where she will; meet -many of the designers whoyhave collaborated on her ward- robt While there she will also re- ceivj make-up B nd modeling instruction, hold press Interviews pose for fashion photograph -mid appear on national, radio and television programs) Her 64,000-mile tour will open in Miami early in February. It Strike Suspends Work at AP & L's Kilowatt Factory LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Oct. 11. l/f> —A strike has suspended work on the $15.000,000 kilowatt factory of the Arkansas power and Light Co., nenr Forrest City, Ark. A spokesman for the power company said an unauthorized picket line set up by the API, Hod carriers, Building and Common Laborers Union yesterday kept 450 workers off the job. The spokesman said the controversy began late last week when the general contractor of the Job. Ebasco Services, Inc., laid off four common laborers who refused to perform assigned work. iVfonday. 80 oiher members of the union didn't show up for 'work. Today, the union set up a picket line and It was respected by members of other unions on the Job. The power company spokesman said the general contractor was advised by the New Orleans office of the Common Laborers' Union that the strike was not authorised and an international representative due in Forrest city this after- noon. No statement has been Issued by Ihe union. The kilowat factory, the Hamilton C. Moses plant, is about 50 per cent completed. State's Wartime WPB Head Dies LITTLE ROCK, Oct.. 11. MV- Charles Stephen Christian, 70, wartime head ol the War Production Board In Arkansas, died it • hospital here yesterday. Christian, K civil engineer, came here in 1928 from Texas and was chief engineer for the Arkansas Highway Department until 1931. BuriiiK the war he headed the War Production Board in the state and later was head or the War Asset.! Administration. He is survived by his vile, Mrs. Chloe Jones Christian, a daughter, Miss Emily Christian, and two sons. C. S. Christian, Jr., and James B. Christian. Yanks Use Loud Speakers To Tell Reds to Give Up TOKYO, Oct. 11. (,v, ~ A giant loudspeaker mounted on R transport plane Is booming out surrender messaKes to trapped Korean Reds. General MacArthur's ultimatum Is announced dally In Korean from the plane flying over Isolated Communist pockets. The Heels are told their situation Is hopeless and that they will gel fair rind humane treatment if they give up. PAffE 1HREI .najor American cities, England, Prance, niid this year for the first time, six Latin''American countries, including Cuba, Panama. Brazil Uruguay, Peru and Argentina. Any single girl betweent the ages of 19 and 25 who was horn in a cotton producing slate and is at least 5'5" tall, is eligible to enter the Maid of Cotton contest. Entry blanks may be obtained from the National Cotton Council, Box 18. Memphis 1, Tennessee. Completed applications must be postmarked no "WASHED UP 3 MONTHS AGO ...TODAY THEY MADE ME ASSISTANT MANAGER!" Here's Rrrni m*w* for you [f you've been Ijolhcrtti hy excessive f;itii<tie, conMi|-alion, weakness anil'ncnes 1 due tn llie fact that you do not gel enough B-Vilatnins in your diet. llcxet SprcLiI Knrmiihi, a npw sri- entitle product, rninliiurs llie im- pnrlaru H-Vil am in* with Iron! Also Cholfne, Iiio<ilnl mn| I.iver HI snpplcMumiEary ipiaiilitit**. ki'erybodyknfiii><t the importance of Iron in your diet ... how it helps the boilyto Ituihl RICH, nt:i) Jtl.ooi). One c;i|i5iil<: of Hcxcl Special Formula (lhal's all you (yk'e n Jay) contains ,5 times tfie mLnimiini daily requlreniciiL of Iron. 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