The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 14, 1954 · Page 18
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 18

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 14, 1954
Page 18
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Here Are Hollywood's Worst-Tressed Stars '(AUK.) COURIER i • Dulles Says Allies Purpose Is End Of Indochina War PARIS WV— Secretary of State Dulles declared yesterday the com- j mon purpose of the Western Allies i should be to end the yar in Indo- j china — and speedily. Dulles flew ! to Paris to discuss united action i against Communist aggression in i Southeast Asia. I "The Communist forces which j light the French Union in Indo! china in fact endanger the peace land security of the entire area of i Southeast Asia and the Western j Pacific," Dulles said. He was re! spending to welcoming remarks : from French Foreign Minister Georges Bidault, Premier Joseph Laniel and perhaps Viet Nam's chief of state, ex-Eniperor Bao Dai, who is expected to arrive in Paris today. WEDNESDAY, APRIL II, 1954 MONROE: AUDREY HEPBURN: RITA HAYWORTH: •B»**jy dog" "Lawn-mower haircut." "Ten years behind the times. ipa Mbm-oe ie Hollywood's "worst-tressed" actress. Elizabeth Taylor is the best. That's what * »*H of m beawr saton operators » the ¥. S.. Bermuda, Canada and Cuba turned up. Other favorite mnii jtera who followed Miss Monroe in disfavor, and the beauty experts' comments are shown. above and b«4ow. Hairdressers recommended Marilyn chop her locks by at least three inches. They «aiit4 £fe Taylor "best tressed," because her coiffure is "youthful but sophisticated." * \ LESLIE CARON: "Caught in the rain. MARTHA RATE: "Wntid-y and old womanish." TALLULAH BANKHEAD: '^Stringy." Dahling, SUSAN HAYWARD: 'Too long and bushy." ELIZABETH TAYLOR: ''Best tressed.'/, NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR 1 THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Emery Edmorid Loveland, deceased. Last known address of decedent: North Korea Date of death: January 26, 1954. An instrument ' dated July 16, 1950, was on the 6th day of April, 1954, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed executor thereun- der. A contest of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of- this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published the 7th day of April 1954. LON MATTHEWS, Executor. P. O. Box 548 Blytheville, Arkansas. Oscar Fendler and James W. Steinsiek. Attorneys for Executor. 4/7-14 AGAIN . . . The RAZORBACK DRIVE LEADS THE WAY! Television Specials In Take Home Packages: 1.00 1.25 $1.00 50c ITALIAN SPAGHETTI (Razorback's Famous Italian Stylt Sauce, with Hot Rolls * - ONE FULL QUART , !/2 FRIED CHICKEN (Golden Brawn, with French Fries and Hot Rolls) 1 1 DOZ. FRENCH FRIED SHRIMP (Jumbo Size, with French Fries and Hot Rolls) . .-. : .,. : ........ : .^. ,..^.-.: OUR FAMOUS BOSTON BAKED BEANS, ONE PINT Just Drive Up to the Curb If You Don't Want to Come In — All In Take Home Packages THICKEST MILK SHAKE IN TOWN ............ 25e BANANA SPLIT ............................... 30c HIRES FAMOUS ROOT BEER ................... lOc \ Try the Razorback's Take Home Packages -Have More Time to Enjoy Yourselves! Something About A Uniform... MEMPHK tfl — Every time they pat Wallace Joseph Davis back into circulation he slips right into another Arrpv uniform. . Davis, 39, was held under $2,000 bond, today because he was found strolling along Beale Street making like a warrant officer. The weary FBI said it was the sixth time Davis was arrested and charged with illegal wearing of the uniform. In fact, he was on $500 bond pending trial in Chicago on the same charge. Records showed Davis, a Negro, had given quite a bit of time to his hobby —six months in jailin 1943. tfiree months in 1345, six months in 1947. Not a Private Eye? OMAHA I?)—Detective Inspector Harry Green got a letter from Albert Baker, Duluth. Minn., who wrote that he lost his plastic eye in the Omaha jail. He said he wants it back. "I think it was back in 1948," he said. Tardy Discovery Though fee Nile is the most famous river in history, its source was not discovered for 5000 years because floating vegetation blocked explorers traveling upstream. according to th e Encylopedia Britannica. '4 GOING FISHING? See Eddie For Refreshments BEER — BY BOTTLE OR CASE Nationally Advertised Liquors FISH TALES TOLD HERE (Lies Accepted) Eddie's Liquor Store and Billiard Parlor 122 East Main NEED YOUR $1.50 sq. yd. Std. Linoleum .75 sq. yd. For Laying Installed j Ray's Floor Center 107 E, Main — Phone 8650 "ttooting Is Our flfSifMff ... Hot a Sideline" fBFTfC TANK SERVICE CWUWINO *EPTIC TANK •M cfljif rooL MOKGI NUCKLES lit BiMMttc, Ark. America's First for the Easter Parade r right for outdoors In Spring or Fall r * right for oir-cooled summer offices right for overheated winter quarters 4- third" season suit You've wanted this suit for a long time ... yes, even if all your suits are in excellent health... ... it's still a safe bet your wardrobe only houses two kinds of suits, winter weight or summer weight. Now Hart Schafiher & Marx introduces the long-wanted "third" season Tempawate, just the right midweight for Spring (and Fall) temperatures. Exactly right, too, for air-conditioned summer living, for overheated winter quarters. This handsome Devonaire worsted, exclusive with Hart Schaffher & Marx, is just one of many new Tempawate suits. Stop in and try on one or two in the handsome, tall-and-trim Trend model.

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