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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 21, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaThe Florence morning news Florence s. C. Thursday morning july Gable tells Story of fifth marriage by Bob Thomas Encino. Calif., july 20 we Clark Gable and Kay will Arr Spreckels told the Story of the courtship and marriage today an it proved As romantic As one his movies. The 54-year-old movie idol an his 37-year-old Bride met report one of world s richest men Dies in Lisbon Lisbon Portugal july 20 us Caloust Sarkis Gulbenkian who legendary operations in midd East Oil Fields made him one the richest men in the world die today of a kidney ailment. He a 86. Known As or. A or or. Five per cent in the Oil ind user Gulbenkian was rated probably billionaire yet he was Lille known he died in his suite in the Hole Avis where from his combi Nalio office living room he directed world wide organization of agents attorneys and middlemen. He be came seriously ill in january. Short Balo and Stocky Gulben Kian was one of the mos mysterious men in the world. H shunned publicity and was rarely photographed. His talents wer dedicated to acquiring wealth one of the most valuable Art collection of All time and keeping Himsel obscure. A giant operator in Oil the main Wurche of his Fortune Gulbenkian also traded in foreign currencies and interested in enterprises rang ing from pharmaceutical t o hotels and orchids. Gulbenkian an armenian who acquired British citizenship in 1902 a broker and Bargainer in ii deals involving millions appearing mysteriously when one was Shap ing up then disappearing with a huge slice of the profits. The designation or. Five per cent was a reference to his re ported share of the profits of the immensely Rich Iraq Petroleum co. He had other holdings in British French and american companies. Just How Gulbenkian got his Start in Oil probably never will be known fully. Born in Constanti Nople now Istanbul he was the of an exporter. In 1909 he turned up As chief financial adviser to the turkish government and tet up the turkish Petroleum co. In which he held 40 per cent of the Stock. After world War i this became the iraqi Petroleum co. Ers and photographers at his 20 acre estate and answered All questions. They had been dodging the press since their marriage at min Den nov., july 11. The blonde mrs. Gable dressed in a Black Linen outfit with while Yoke said she met the actor while he was in uniform. H was Al a parly in j943 while he was in the air Force. But he did t Start courting her until she was divorced from sugar heir Adolph Spreckels ii and he from lady Ashley. I had it in mind to marry Kay for Abtil a said Gable who was Allied in a Brown suit of popped the question about three or four months ago. It was in the late afternoon in the Garden by the swimming Pool. She replied that it d be a Good their Elop Mcnol was planned with a logistical skill which Gable May have Learned in the service. A week before he sent his Friend Al Monasco air plane engine manufacturer to scout the situation around Western Nevada where Gable has done much Hunting and fishing. Menasco reported Minden a Likely site. Kay her sister mrs. Elizabeth Wiesser and i drove up to Gardin Erville which is near Able related. We were to rendezvous with or. And mrs. Menas co under the Cottonwood they proceeded to Minden where the Surprise ceremony was pc formed. Afterwards they flew yom there to Monasco s top of he Mountain ranch Al is. Hel Ena calif., in a private plane i oled by Caesar Bertagna. Gable complimented the Pilot for keeping Lis secret. Whereabouts of the Hon remained unknown unil they returned Home monday Light. Gable added that he never hair planned to go to Lake Tahoe whirr in was reported to have broken wedding reception Dale. When it was suggested that the affair was boiler than the lot of some of his movies he asked his famous Grin and re lied you can print reds to make Zhukov Goat if their soft line fails by Stanley Johnson a Moscow correspondent Geneva july 20 Georgi Zhukov has been pushed stage secret police chief Lavrenti p. Beria can be blamed for the break with Tito what s to Stop the rus sians from saying any failure of a relaxed soviet policy was due to Khrushchev underlines a belief the West that there Are three main forces moreover westerners in Moscow have gained the impression that onto the stage of International diplomacy by the Kremlin and Leda Zhukov Eisenhower plot right Down to the footlights by but a More general View among president Eisenhower. Moscow observers and diplomats Why do the most powerful nere is that Zhukov s i and Moscow want prominence reflects the growing in Washington to make a Star diplomatic per influence of the soviet armed former Oul of he Soviel armed farces on policy. They feel Force chief both Enst and ant Khrushchev know seem determined to get the ejsenh0wer believes Hal the Oul of the personal friends Iii be views of lne Soviel armed forces he added that lie was looking Orward to his new role As father. Irs. Gable has two children by in marriage to Spreckels. What do they Call Gable they Don t Call me anything he smiled. Ill leave that p to he said he plans to do a room to his rambling while Rick and Board Home to a com Odale them. Asked if icy would remodel the use mrs. Gable replied with a lick asked if they plan to add to air family Gable replied we ope1so." this is his fill marriage Anil 3r fourth. Clark Gable and his Bride the former Kay Williams Spreckles stroll through the grounds of his ranch Home at in Cine calif., yesterday., before their first press conference since their Surprise elopement july 11 to Minden nay. A wire Philo Johnston seeks to Aid Young iraqi student morning news Washington Bureau Washington july 20 sen. Olin d. Johnston hns introduced the Senate a Bill to provide iceman Cal residence for miss be Cilc Angolo Clia Foo of Bagdad Iraq who came to this country is an Exchange student in the South Carolina Baptist Hospital at Johnson snid he was introducing lie Bill at the request of Many Tromin enl South carolinians and it Molisi Hospital Asni Exchange student. After completion of her studies there she tvs awarded an elks youth activities scholar ship by he Columbia elks Lodge and went the University of Cincinnati where she majored in anaesthetics. Upon completion of her studies Here she returned to South Caro Ina and was employed As Anas Lic Lisl Al Airfield memorial hos Lital in win Wisboro. And Chester if to the Young woman. Miss Chaffoo came in the United slates in july 1951, and entered nurses tin Inlang at he Georgia Weed Belt opens marts today following refusal by the Hospital alternating her Iraklion authorities in Render re time Between the two hospitals. Last month miss Clia Foo applied for Slans no permanent resin Lenl so thai she might become a cilia in of this country and remain in South Carolina. However the immigration serv cd said thai As miss Chaffoo entered this country As an Exchange visitor she is nol eligible for any administrative Relief to adjust her status to that of a permanent Valdosta ga., july 20 we Georgia Florida flue cured tobacco men worked Long hard hours to Day getting ready for the opening tomorrow of what they Hope will be a Banner sales season. The growers kept an almost end less Stream of trucks and wagons rolling from farm to warehouse the product of their season s toil. Warehousemen buyers and others of the Industry likewise made ready to take heir places in the colourful Panorama that will put a million dollars into tha pock ets of the Farmers before sales on this Belt end some five weeks hence. The Florida Georgia Belt is the first to open sales. The next Belt will be the South Carolina Belt which starts sales a week from to Morrow. All South Carolina mar Kels Are in the northeastern part of the stale. Next to open will be the North Carolina Border a Lier of markets along the South Eastern Border of North Carolina this Belt embraces one South Caro Lina Market Mullins. The open him Date is aug. 3. The biggest of All tobacco Eastern North sales aug. 23. The Middle North Carolina Belt will begin sales Cpl. 6, and the old Belt of North Carolina and Vir Ginia will open sept. 19. In Laic november or Early december the Hurley tobacco markets of Western North Carolina will open their tales. Tomorrow s Georgia Florida auction is six Days later than last year s record Early Dale. Hence the Farmers had More time for orderly harvesting processing and delivering their crop. They Maile Good use of it and everyone of the some 135 Wai in 28 Market cities is packed with tobacco. Tifton for instance reported a million and a half pounds on hand compared Wilh less than half thai much last year. The Quality was satisfactory for first pollings and curing although nol of the highest Quality. At All the 23 Georgia markets Quality averaged higher than last year s drought impaired crop. Florida suffered Lille from the 954 drought and sold a big top Quality crop. Production there is estimated to be off 11 per cent this year and in Georgia up 2 per cent. Warehousemen of the Belt Gener ally were chary of Advance Price predictions. The Farmers were nor optimistic hoping to equal ast year s Lisl Day Gross average of a Hundred pounds and better the season figure of the. 1u54 season Gross sales were pounds for Georgia s share was 1si.7-18.4021 i urls for an average in if a Hundred and Florida s ri.lll3.027 pounds for in average of these figures include resales As veil As tobacco brought in from it Side tic Bell to take advantage if the Belt s Early opening. Pro Lucers arc less and the Belt s actual production still less. An unfavourable Factor in the blackboard Jungle with Ford Amir Francis Louis Iween Eisenhower and Zhukov. There is a suspicion the Kremlin May be Sel to make Zhukov a Scapegoat if their new soft line fails to make expected gains. If the cold War ices Over again Premier Nikolai Bulgarin and communist party Boss n i k i t a Khrushchev might blame Zhukov and his highly publicized Friend ship Wilh Eisenhower. One argument goes this Way if former and their Boss must be Laken Inlo account when determining Kremlin policy. In this connection they say Zhukov apparently has enough in dependent control Over those forces so Hal his presence was import land for disarmament and Security decisions which might be taken in Geneva. The presence Here of Zhukov and ruling Russia today the Soviel government t he communist party and the armed forces the Best informed diplomats in mos cow believe that under the cur rent uneasy system of committee Rule the armed forces have a Large measure of Independence and express views which must be respected. One result possibly has been to impress on the civilian leaders the dread results of any a bomb War for both sides. The obvious Coral Lary to this would be that the armed forces have insisted on a the soviet armed forces Are keep ing a wary Eye on red China with her practically inexhaustible manpower. Policy for a Hundred years was to keep a weak China along the longest land Frontier in the world. Experts doubt if Ideo logical considerations have caused the Soviel army to revise ils views completely. Ii is a strongly held belief in influential diplomatic circles that Zhukov s armed Force Are urging better relations Wilh the West so the soviet Union can keep new More conciliatory approach a sharper Eye on China. Thinks reds want talks to succeed by Jack Bell Washington july 20 us sen. George a a said today he has the very firm conviction Russia wants Hie Geneva big four con Ference to be successful in Laking some slips toward world peace. George chairman of the Senate foreign Rel Lions committee expressed this opinion to reporters Afler reviewing a state Duparl Mcnol summary of conference do Zelop meals. He said he is in presed by the atmosphere of very Garcal incr Fence adopted by the rusian do legation to Geneva. They Are not slamming any he said they have moved a Garcal Way from the spirit of intolerance they used to the state department summary prepared by vice president Nixon and acting Secretary of state her by jul Hoover or. Was reported Louive stressed the belief of the american delegation that the so Viets want the Geneva meeting to succeed. Members of Congress who saw the summary said they inferred the russians have been pulling on a show of Friendship for the Amer cans from Fop to Boloni of the delegation. It was reported thai Soviel for eign minister Al Lulov has taken special pains to make himself agreeable not Only to president Eisenhower but to Secretary of j state Dulles whom to Louis has regarded Wilh suspicion in the past. Besides George other members of Congress said they were in formed that the russians have shown an altogether different at Lille from thai of the past. These legislators said they were Lold Hal the discussions were Friendly with none of the recriminations the soviets Are accustomed to hurl in such meetings. Sen. Hickenlooper ii is on the plus Side because in has been a rights ii l of drive in theatre Tonitte Cash Nite. Personal affair Cash Nite Price Outlook is a department of agriculture prediction Hal this year s total flue cured crop will be 7 per cent above Kim. Also on the bearish Side have been medical reports that cigarettes Inlo which the flue cured tobacco goes almost exclusively May of Eccl health. Still another Factor is a tendency of some Stales Georgia in to hike cigarette taxes. But Georgia Florida growers feel j that they have a big advantage Over Bells beginning sales later toy gelling on file Market Early with Good Quality Well processed to Bacco. New markets open this year at Thomasville and Swainsboro j and Madison. Fla., making 211 in All for Georgia and 5 for Florida an All High total of 2fi. Dual Athena in color tank i Circle t h i a t k i thurs. Fri. Dial m for murder extra morning Light sports reel or l met to drive in theatre last times ton Itei gun Vlodi Itkor plus Liberty dfr9ton theatre s. C. On stage tonight on stage Over "25" of Carolina s outstanding personalities bringing to you of fun and music country style see Carolina s leading Black face comedians also the South s most Well dressed Man Good clean fun for All show starts pm of Lumetto Tonitte 1st in blazing color now in his greatest action packed role Randolph Scott gunfighters plus 2nd big hit Wildcat the fight for Black Gold Richard Arlen state theatre now showing adult entertainment a spicy treat. With the girls you la on naughty new Orleans it s burlesque at its Best 2nd hit All in exciting color Barbara Paytosh in bad blonde Box office opens at . Admission.50e Faith Domergue Richard Long Marshall Thompson a phial the19js miss contest mama Hames ont Tiane Martl Une Offir ii Ost am Chaij Murphy via ii Iii Mil woo okhe11u featuring miss universe 195s South Carolina s own Miriam Stevenson regular prices adults mat 3sc night 45e children 15c features today colonial air conditioned she was the one woman Rork a did t want in Santa be. But he d anybody who d try to make her leave 01 a rankle lady in town news events features coming sunday the lady and tramp today Carolina air conditioned

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