The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 24, 1953 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 24, 1953
Page 9
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THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, 1953 • BLYTHEVIUE (ARK.) COURIKR NEWS PACK NINE Rita,SingerHaymes Wed atlas Vegas r By JAMES BACON LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) — While nearby crapshooters tried to malje sevens and elevens, Rita Hayworth and Dick Haymes today gambled once more with matrimony. * The 34-year-old actress and her crooner, 35, will recite vows each has said three times before ,in a simple ceremony in the Gold Room of the Sands Hotel. District Judge Frank MacNamee will officiate at the five-minute ceremony. Jack Entratter, general manager of the Sands, will be the only attendant. Photographers »nd reporters will outnumber the invited guests three to one. The unpretentious affair will be quite a contrast to the screen star's lavish French wedding to Prince Aly Khan in 1949. Miss Hayworth will not even have a new wedding gown. She said fihe would wear a blue linen straight dress which she has worn before. Her head will be covered by a toast-colored hat of tulle and velvet. She'will wear gloves to match the hat. Charge Against Girl Stowaway Dropped by Navy LOS ANGELES 1*1 — The federal government has dismissed a charge of illegally wearing-a Navy uniform against 18-year-old Joan Garrison, who startled the. Navy by stowing away aboard the heavy cruiser Los Angeles last summer. 'W "The charge was. dismissed be- ""Jfiuse it did not seem in the interest of justice to prosecute," U.S. •Atty. Laughlin Waters told reporters yesterday. Miss Garrison was smuggled aboard the cruiser last July 14 by a sailor identified only as "Worm." Although she was hidden awaj', it •wasn't long until 500 sailors had seen her. She was "officially discovered" after about 12 hours. She was formally charged and released on her own recognizance. Only guests Invited are business and legal associates of the couple. The only relatives on hand will be the bride's Wo daughters. They are Rebecca, 8, the offspring of Miss Hayworth's marriage to Orson Welles, and the Princess Yasmine, 3'/ 2 , like her moslem father a direct descendant of the prophet Mohammed. . Final Barrier Cleared Final barrier to the wedding was cleared yesterday when Haymes copped a seven-minute divorce decree from Nora Eddington Flynn Haymes. Less than an hour later, he brought Rita back to the courthouse, where both nervously filled out the marriage license forms. Both Haymes and Rita claimed permanent residence in Nevada, but said they will soon move near Greenwich, Conn., where they are looking for a house. "All my work is in the East," the crooner explained. Miss Hay\Vorth said she plans to commute between the East Coast and Hollywood for picture making. Should the government win Its deportation case against the Argentine-born crooner, what country will he and Rita then live in? "I'm not going to be deported," he answered. "We both intend to live in the U.S.A." The crooner said he will move into Miss Hayworth's suite at the Sands right after the wedding. A reporter asked him if he had ever tasted any of Bita's cooking. "Who marries Rita HayvVorth for cooking?" the singer asked. Jeweler Defies Gunman VAN NUYS, Calif. W) — "Go ahead and shoot." jeweler Harry Sosin calmly told a gunman who had ordered him to the rear of h 's store on the threat of shooting him in the face yesterday. The intruder looked perplexed for a moment, then ran out to a waiting auto and fled. Wailing Tomcat Gets the Razor OKLAHOMA CITY Iff! — "He's positively bald," a woman told Detective Lt. Walt Turner yesterday. "I want something done about it." She explained she was talking about her Persian tomcat. She wailed that her neighbor had shaved the cat and, "He can't go out without any hair on." The neighbor admitted the deed, complaining he couldn't get any sleep because of the cat's wailing. 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