The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 20, 1952 · Page 9
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f HUHS1MT,. KPT. HAL iOYLE COLUMN— Mustaches Make Men Manly? Maybe Most Males Misunderstand NEW YORK CW-Many women have married a man because off his bankroll. But did any woman ever marry a fellow solely because of Ills mustache? ; Did she ever, crumpling shyly against his manly bosnm murmur: "You yourself have an utterly resistible personality, my dear. But your mustache! Ah, 1 can fight against it no longer. It has swept me quite oil my feet." A boy, rubbing castor oil on his upper lip to stir the slow growth of Ihe reluctant fuzz thereon, may daydream of such situations. But I have never heard' in real life of a mustache with much romantic influence. What fs_the actual social Impact of the mustache? This question arises because it appears that Ihis form ot male facial landscaping Is getting more popular.. It seems" to me I see more and more mustaches around. I would like fo believe this Is only because there are more people in the world, as I like to look at the bright side of things. I would hale to see mustaches become a badge of valor or a measure of achievement-, as in a society in which that were true 'I would have .to become a hermit. Men grow mustaches for only three general reasons: 1. They have an inferiority complex. • 2. To pay an election bet. 3. Curiosity. the first of these reasons Is the most widespread. Ami the average _ mustache carrier will admit it, it pressed. . < To Be Different "I grew mine to prove to myself thnt I could do something- the other guys ' in my crowd hadn't done," one said. "It helped me overcome a lifelong feeling of inferiority, and gave me an immediate sense of security and personal victory." The boy or man who rears a mustache out of curiosity or to pay an election bet lie has lost soon finSs the novelty wears thin, and oif comes the mustache. The time and trouble it takes are no longer worth the effort. • - • But one who grows a mustache lo cure himself of inferorty wjll never yield it until death. In case of lire he places its safely N be'fore that of women and children. . It is his hairy manner of success in the battle every man fights within • himself, his flag against the world. Behuid every mustache lurks a mouse that has been turned •by."this symbol into a lion. rver vatch a man with a mustache? Notice how he toys with it, reaching up now and then to be .comforted'.by the fact it Is still th?re? He''never'is safe from the fear someone ' will take it away from him, or shave it oif while he is'asleep. • A mustache automatically. turns a man with an inferiority complex into a man with a superiority complex. Secretly or openly, he becomes a snob about it. Often he will take more trouble to discipline it properly than the ordinary parent does to curb a wayward son. He. couldn't sell R for :a cup of coffee, but to him it is a patch of '.real estate more vnl : unble than all the forests ot Canada. Mustaches Make the" Man In his case clothes don't make the man—but his. mustache does. That, I believe, is why wives put up with husbands' mustaches. Being kissed by them must be vaguely like being hit In the: mouth with a toothbrush. But a woman tells herself, "Well, If It makes my little man feel taller, I'll go along." And that's what the mustache does do. It gives the fellow the same feeling he had when he wore stills as n boy. What I have against mustaches Is that I once tried to grow one out ol curiosity _ and found 1 couldn't. It didn't grow. It drooped and dribbled. How do you cure an Inferiority complex arising from the discovery you can (ear a telephone book In half, but can't g io w a measly piddling, worthless, unsightly, out- of-date, Impractical thing like a mustache that nobody really wants anyway? • Soccer Player Faces Death for Killing Referee BELGRADE,. Yugoslavia </P> _ A district, court "tribuml in the little eastern Serbian town of Snbac has sentenced a soccer.player to death for the murder of a referee m a violent scene at the end of the game there last summer. Steven Radklc, the player was accused of slabbing in the back and killing referee Millsav Kovcevic a young mining student Seven ' of Radklc's companions m the attack on the referee drew sentences ranging from six months to 20 years. . Motions' of the penguin's "wings" when.'swimming' undei water are quite similar-to ihose of birds m ' • WIN A new 3 PACKARD ^ ,. CONTEST STARTS NOV. 21 ENDS DEC. 4 Get Full Facts And Entry Blank CAVX.? COWITCT Motor Sales Co. 217 \V. Walnut Blytheville, Ark. 217 W. Main Blyth«rilie, Ark. Churchill Hope* For Early Talk With Eisenhower LONDON (jfj — Prime Minister Churchill Uid yesterday he hopes to meet President-Elect Eisenhower "on the earliest appropriate occasion,", ':•...:. He told • questioner !n the House of Commons, however, "I cannot at present say when that will be." Laborlte Woodrow Wyalt had suggested that Churchill either travel to America to see Eisenhower before the general's Inauguration In January, or Invite the President- elect to visit Britain alter his trip to Korea. Read Courier News Classified Ad». White Drummer and Negro Singer Are Married in London Ceremony LONDON m-Lauis Bellson Jr., fished » ring out of his raincoat pocket yesterday and married Pearl Bailey, an "oh K> happy" singer of the blue*. • Bellson, ». Is a white drummer In Duke Ellington's band. Miss Bailey, 34, ii a Negro. They were married in Caxton Hall, the registry otfice. Mist Bailey, dressed In a blue suit, over which she wore a long mink coat, aeetned beside herself with Jo3'. She admitted to being a little nervous but "oh, so happy." BelUon more a gabardine raincoat which was open. Around his neck was a red scarf. It was a ring ceremony, and when Caxton Hall's chief registrar, James Holiday, for It he took It asked Bellson from a pocket, "Put It on," said Holiday, 1/mls did and Holiday remarked, "You are married now." , Whereupon Louis gave Pearl a resounding kiss. Selgi Sessler, secretary of a club In Berkley Square, became best man and signed the register arfer the bride and gfoorn. , : Scssler was host to the ninrrlaje party at a luncheon at his club after the ceremony. "Pheasants and champagne for about 15 persons," said Sesslcr. Bellsou married over Ihe protest of his father, a music store owner in Mollne, 111. The father objected to his son's marrying a Negro. 'I have heard nothing more froni dad and I hope he will be reconciled .to this," the drummer »id. I am very happy." ir'^ C S? Ple pla " to return '« th « united stoles In about two weeks alter Miss Bailey completes a slug- Ing engagement here. Mayor Blasts Horn Blowing ' »| TU1 ' key - Atlf Benrterlloglu, a Democrat, cali- fs ," £i, esfi conrc rence to complain that 200 taxi drivers had violated a municipal ordinance by blowing their horns during a Republican street demonstration. The taxi drivers had Joined In a procession which escorted to his home Ismet Inomi, former Turkish president and leader of the opposition Republican parly . . . . Spain Admitted To UN Group France, U.S., Britain Pave Way tor Vot« , , »as admitted " "* d Natkms Educational, . mt, "" d 0uUural 'O'wnlza- tlon (UNESCO) yesterday by a vote ot 44 ol the 65 members. France lined up with the United Slates and Britain In favoring admission of Spaln-a move generally reg«rded as paving the way for bring ng Spain into full u. N. membership. : ^Mexico, Uruguay, Yugoslavia and Burma voted against Spanish mem- ^ P , 'i 1 , UNESC 0. The Netherlands, India, Israel, and the Scandinavian countries abstained. 1 Cuba British Peer To Wed Again LONDON MV-TliT London Timt announced yesterday that Britain' most unconventional peer ^_ an year-old Bertrand Russell world renowned philosopher, Nobel ? ^ n il^ t" 1 ', n (h «P«r,g, nhHn thrce members from ehind the Iron Crtam-Hungary SZi an< i C«chosiav a na-ar« not M»wr, Pa . ; t) le ONE GROUP OF 75 MEN'S GABARDINE SUITS 25 00 Smooth, lustrous gabardine suifs in a smart array of colors. Tailored to fit. Shape retaining materials wear and wear and hold «that "new" appearance longer. All sizes, Single and double breasted models. Compare Them With Others At $50 NEW HIGH STYLE GABARDINE SPORT SHIRTS 2 95 Fine qua lit), heavyweight gabardine with all the smart styling you demand. Come in pastel or natural colors.- Thi» is really an outstanding value. These hats are made of genuine fur fell which means Compare With Others At $4.95 MEN'S GENUINE GABARDINE SLACKS 5 95 Just the thing to wear with sport coals and jackets. Well tailored slacks in California styling. Genuine Bur- Mil Gabardine sheds wrinkles, holds permanent shape. Blue, gray, tan, hrown and green. All sizes. Guaranteed fit. Compare With Others At $12.00 SMOOTH, LUSTROUS GABARDINE TOPCOATS 18 95 These genuine gabardine Topcoats »re precision tailored by a nationally famous maker. In soft tan or gray, they're full cut for comfort and good looks. In regular and long sizes. We guarantee your perfect fit. Compare Them With Others At $45 GENUINE FUR FELT PQRTIS HATS 5 00 they'll hold their shape permanently. 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