The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 10, 1951 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 10, 1951
Page 7
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1951 Arkansas News Briefs— State's National Guard Units Will Go to Camp Polk Aug. 3, B, THE ASSOC1ATKD I'KESS LITTLE ROCK-AII Arkansas National Guard units, 'except the Selective Service section, »m hold their 1052 summer encampment rM """* in M cllil!s a " af- BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK,) COURIER NEWS Arkansas Cotton Crop Increase Asked - LITTLE ROCK-The u. S. Agriculture Department has recommended 1952 production Increases in Arkansas for joytam con, C tton, rice and most feed grains. The recommended boosts Include- m 16 per cent; rice one per cent; soybeans six per cent; cotton 11 per cent. .. However, the department suggested a decrease of 3000 acres in rice -plantings and a decrease of 50,000 acres in cotton. McClellan to Be Honored at Little Rock Meet LITTLE ROCK ....... Sen. John L. McClellan (D-Ark) will be honored here tonleht at a joint meeting of the Little Rock Young Bust- JU "'° r chambcf 'Crime Busting' Legislation Is Planned LITTLE ROCK-stnte Hep. William Pu.ifoy of Camdcn, chairman of the Arkansas Legislative council's Crime and Ethics Commlt- ee said Saturday that the group planned to draft "crime husting" eolation for prcsemation lo (he 1953 legislature. He also indicated that the committee might make another attempt to question wit nesses about gambling, its first attempt failed when lawyers for the witnesses questioned the legality of the committee's 'investigation N'O HONEYMOON—Floyd Thomas Bailey, St. Louis, didn't go on a honeymoon after his marriage fit Johesboro, Ark.. Nov. 30. -Instead, he was taken to Tucker prison farm., to begin scrying a 3-year term for burglary. Earlier Jn the year, Bailey took out a •uitad "offering" himself In rnar- viage to any woman who would finance his fight against the charges. Nobody took him up. Last month, n girl friend from St. Louis, Qeneva Anna Wheatley, 18, became the prisoner's wife in a' ceremony at the Cralghead county Jail. (AP Photo). Hollywood / (Continued from Page 6) Jackson, Deanna's ex. Fox was afraid to have the marquees proclaim: •JNIGHT WITHOUT SLEEP." — with Marilyn Monroe. So tho title has been switched end now the lights will blaze: "DON'T BOTHER TO KNOCK" —Kith Marilyn Jlonroe. Now that they're asunder, it can f 'told. George Sanders was asked pose for photographs with shapely Marilyn Monroe some months «ga. George told tha publicity department at Pox that they would have to clear it with hia wife, £sa Zsa Gabor. A press agent ,phoned NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center 1 ' MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sim. I'lionc 58 Last Times Today "Adventures of tapfain Fabian" Starring Errol Fl.vnn Tuesday "Reunion In Rio" Mark Stevens • Peggy Bow Wednesday & Thursday "SHOW BOAT' Kathryn Grayson Howard Keel Zsa Z.SH. who bristle.! when she heard Marilyn's name and said No." * • • . Linda Christian, encouraged by 2sa Zsa Gabor's success, will make her TV debut In two New York shows with hubby Tyrone Power's okay before Santa Claus time. Television's yell for new faces doesn't worry veteran Eddie. Cantor. •Every time they put a new face on a movie or TV screen," he says they insure the new lace with u old face. There's nothing wron, with new /aces—there Just aren' enough to go around." * • • Bill Deraarest and Paramoun called off his term contract with Bill immediately signing up ( 0 two Paramount films next vear Grinning about his new. free-lane status, Bill told me: 'You'd be surprised how nnicl dough I'll be picking up the nex few months on TV. It's fabulous. WATCH FOR GLORIA Gloria De Haven, due back = Fox in April for a fllmnsicat wil tour the night club circuit for frm months. . . . Inflation gets a going over in the next Woody Woodpeck er cartoon. "Destination Meatball All the price signs In a super mar xet are on auto jacks—the easier t< raise 'em, of course, * * * The big serimince in John Ford' •The Quiet Man" has John Wayn dragging Maureen O'Hara by the arm and the back of her necl across five miles of Irish 'bogs Maureen's telling it: "y ou k no , how Ford is about realisjn. We shol the scenes tor two weeks in a cos pasture. Honest, people vvouldn' come near me by the end of the day." * • * About rumors of a musical cook- Ing at RKO for Bob Mltchum- "I iloubt it," Bob assured me. "I had a recording dale with Jo Slafford to dc six records with her and Ihe studio stopped It. A Mil- chum type doesn't sing. Sure, I'd love lo do a musical. But U woulr have lo be u good one." ' ' Bob Hope 011 Inflation: "I asked my butcher what I could buy for 85 cents. 'Here's my apron, he said, 'take it home and parboil ARKANSAS SENATORIAL DISTRICTS ' EFFECTIVE JAN. 1,1953 STATE SENATORIAL DISTRICTS-Here are the revised state senatorial districts in Arkansas to become effective Jan. 1, 1953. The Pulaski county district 12 has three Eenators under the new setup, In A. G. Sweet Dies At Forrest City FORREST CITY, Ark,, I>c. If, '/PI— A. o. Sweet, vice president o the National Bank of Eastern Arkansas, died nl his home here las' night. The 77-year-old planter, bankei and merchant owned large block., of farlmand In St. Francis county. MOX Fhone 1621 Show Slartl Weekdays 7:01) Sat.-Sun. 1:00 Always a Double Feature Last, Times Today 1HteiORTSTfJ8» "" —I'lllS Also Latest News £ Carl oon ' Tuesday & Wednesday I MfMtK f«l!««{ttH ' 2 Reel America Short U.S. Orders Million* Of Automatic Rifle* WASHINGTON, Dec. 10. ; The United States is ordering mil lions of dollars worth of Its famou M-l semi-automatic rifles, desplt British proposals that one of British make be used to equip ths North Atlantic Treaty Organization forces The M-l fe R .30 calibre rifle called by the late Gen. George S Patton "the greatest battle imple ment ever devised." The Britisl have proposed the adoption or a 2 calibre piece tor the NATO forces It's Just Lik» Horn* SINGAPORE f-P)—Desmond Paul Perelra, 28-year-old Malayan schoo teacher now studying at Stanford University, writes that American colle E e life is remarkably similar to that in Malaya. •'.'There, .is. even .the MUTM typ« of college humor," he observed. I LIKE A SINCERE HANDSHAKE - IT SAYS NOTHING BUT IT MEANS so MUCH CREDIT JEWELERS l-Z LOCAL CgfPlT K* LOCAL ffOPLf SV LOC4L PCOPlf 114 W. MAIN Homicides Boost Arkansas Death Toll By The Associated Press Two weekend homicides increased Arkansas' violent fatality toll for the week to 18. In Camden. Night Chief of Police Frank wimfoi-d was shot to death while trying to make an arrest, Rufua H. Qreen. about 63, ha» been charged with first degree murder In the Saturday night slaying In a hotel lobby. C™ 6 ' of Pclic = G. B. Cole said Williford answered a call to a cafe adjoining the hotel that a man was drunk and brandishing a pistol. He said WilliJord was shot three times as he escorted ills prisoner through the lobby. A Negro was stabbed to death near Princeton Pike, nine miles west of Pine Bluff, Saturday. Sheriff Allen Nixon identified the dead man as L. J. Avery, IT. He said he was holding S. J. Anderson. 32, for questioning In the slaying. Only one of every 300,000 letters mailed In the United States Is lost before delivery. — Arkansas Power Picture Is 'Rosy' PSC Worn* Friction In Industry Could Short-Circuit Future LITTLE ROCK, Dee. In «>,__ The Arkansas Public Service Com- PAGE BETS!* i . -— - -.«..*, fcjcjvjuj. \jom- Isslon has painted a rosy picture electric power production In the t/t 1-.1.1 ll I !!_-,_ . . " '•ill- ml of ilate. but it indicated that" friction n the Industry could short circuit the bright future. In a report- in a survey o: the Dou-er situation, ordered by Gov the PSC said Saturday -.— number of kilowatt hours eenerate.1 In Arkansas l, as in( . re ^! «1 118.7 per cent in three years- from 003,fi75,!MO In 1917 to 1 fivn W2.962 In 1950. ' 7 "'" " said the stale has the third Jghest residential rates and the hlrd lowest industrial rates in the 10 stale area that H -a s surveyed. Importation of power into the state has decreased from 352 nor ^ent of the total amount of energy ised In 1947 to 25.5 per cent of •he 1950 total, while the total power user! has increased oo.-1 per cent Ci-ni-nilliiK CapurKy Hiked Generating capacity o/ Arkansas plants has increased m.i PC r cent since 1941, added the PSC The PSC offered this advice to opposing faction* In the controversy between private and public power adherents: "The hydro and steam electric will compliment the other In tecur- '•"[ the maximum benefits. 'In • ddition lo phytlcci |,iU;r- comieotlon, there should be a well- defined policy of complete integration between power companies the federal hydro projects, the municipal iiower plants and the rural electric co-operatlvca. "Th« commission believe* there should be Interchange agreements worked out among all power sun- pliers within the state that will permit Ihls .slate to receive maximum benefits from the generating plants that are now installed or may be constructed in the future." On the'subject of power potential, ••••••••»•••••••• •"•"• • • • • RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. — ..JV..IT ttnu ttLL'iuu ciecirjc power that Is produced in Arkansas should be Invented so that each Monday & Tuesday 'Last Outpost" with Ronald Reagan & Rhonda Fleming Also Warner News & Shorts Wednesday & Thursday "Flight to Mars" .Marguerite Chapman Cameron Mitchell Also News & Shorts the commission pointed out MM federal |»wer dair.s of Norfork. Bull Shoals, Narrow and Blakel? Moun- taili soon would be generating l«i-g« amounts of power; Arkansas Power anri [ .lulli r*n t~ _ m - lties, and a rural co-opwatlv. Plans (o bulW a big .warn g«n«»t. Ing plant at Cfcark. ORSBURN'S SUPPLY Plumbing - Heating - Johbu.i 11918-20 W. Moir, 51. 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