The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1951 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

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PAGE SIXTEEN "*•'• BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER N! Arkansas Now Briefs— State Police Seize Dice Tables, Slot Machines at Hot Springs Bf THE ASSOCIATED PKKSA MOT SPRINGS—The Copacabana club, a. Negro rrighUpot h*t«, w*j mtded Inst night br Arkansas SUte Police. Officer* confiscated three slot machines, * card t*blt aad ttvw die* table*, Lt. B«i Kent, who led the raid, reported. Tr*«e Negroes wore arrested and released on t&O bottd *»ch. C*urfe« "Bugs" Dandrtdge wts charged with operating « gambling bout*. Raymond Tweedle and Clydo Berlin wer« charged with operating « gambling d«vlco. McMotri /ski Holiday Drivers to Be Careful UrrrijE ROCK—An appeal for Arkansas' Christmas holiday mot- orkts to take it easy ha* been sounded by Gov. McMath. Tlio governor snlci yesterday that "reckless, wanton destruction of • our human resources on the roads and htehw'ayi of our state mu»t be stopped," adding: "Every oltlien can help by driving carefully himself 4nd by cooperating with law enforcement." little Rock School Boilers to Be Inspected IITTLE ROCK—Arkansas Boiler Inspector M. K Blair hw ordered a safety check of all boilers in the Little Rock Public School system. Flmlty boilers have been reported In three elementary schools here this week. Two of the schools were forced to close early for Christmas because, with boilers out of operation, tiiey had no heat. West Defense Planners Tell Needs of Army PAHIS «v- The 12 planners for Western defense disclosed yesterday ttw Weelem Jumj needa many 1m- £rov«mentfi — a •noothcr command •et-«p, better training, a more efficient supply system, and establishment ol pdoriHe* to get the job dom. W. Averea Harrinan, V. 8. rmi- fcial security administrator who h«ad«d the H-imn hirestlgatlnj; coamirtt«e( reported & sLx-point pl«n for channel In building both fce foKM and the economic back- frig lo r» strong North Atlantic Tre»% NATO Armf. But the detaili were kept burled 20,428 Arkanto* Cotton Bahs Put into Loan, PMA Report State* ORLEANS (/P)_The Production and Marketing Administration announced yesterday that 80,428 balei of Arkansas' 1951 cotton crop h«d been put Into Com- Biodlty Credit Corporation loan Uirough Dee. 18. Of the total, the PMA aa.ld, tepaymenU have been made on 6,840 bales, leaving 14,588 bnles outstanding. The report showed that all cot- Ion producing areas hart put 820.- SflO b«Ie« under loan, with repayment* made on 173,248 bales. Buglers Replace School's Bells CORAL GABLES, Fla. (A")— When eluae* resumed In Ponce de I^on junior high school Monday, school nuthoritles found that last week's »100,000 fire had damaged the •chool'g bell system. A» a substitute, they drafted four •tudents from the school band. Every M minutes they blew bugles to signal change of classes. Chicago Exhibit Invite SINGAPORE. W) _ Malayan exporter* and manufacturers have been invited lo take pr.rl !n the annual Chicago International Trade Fair next March. Announcement of the Invitation was made by Joseph H. Rogatnick. American Consul and Chief of the Economic Section of the American Consulate General in Singapore. LUXORA NEWS By MRS. G. C. DRIVER De««*rt Party Held The Rustic Inn In Blythevllle was the scene of an early holiday social event Friday night when Mr. and Mrs. John Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Elinor Hull, Mr. and Mrs. John Bowen, and Mr. and Mrs, A. B. Ro- zclle were co-host* at a couple's dessert, party. Forty four guejla from Luxora and Wilson comprised 11 tables of bridge and canasta. Prize winners In the games Included R. O. Langston, Mrs. T. D. -Wllklns, Ray Olive, Mrs. I. M. Castllo, Tom Callls, Mrs. John Bcarden, Russell Bowen, Mrs. C. a. Wood, Jr., and Dewcy StolU. Dessert Brldje Mrs. Leopard Ellison and Misses Sarah Langston and Dollla Ooswlck wore co-hostesses at a dessert bridge Saturday afternoon at the Langston home. Quests were pren- ent from Blylhevllle, Luxor», and Osceola. Prize winners Included Miss Margaret Moftltt, Mrs. Elizabeth Sllliman and Mr«. Wilbur Wildy. Fereonah Mrs. Sue M. Brown Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hayes Gowen, in Memphis for several days. From there she will go to Stuart, Fla., where she will spend the winter with her son, B. D, Brown, and family. Slie will be accompanied lo Florida by her granddaughter, Miss Suo Omven of Memphis. Mr. nnrl Mrs. John Randolph of Maylleld, Ky., were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Logan Rozelle. Mr. and Mrs. Ferman Rogers are spending a week with his parents In Columbus, O. Miss Marilyn Owen of Uttlc Rock wns the weekend guest of her mother. Mrs. Julia Owen. Mrs C. B. Wood. Sr.. entertained In Memphis Friday and Saturday with a shopping party for her grandchildren. Including Beth Jim Tom, and Patricia Butler of Kar- rlsburg, and C. B. Wood, III, of Luxorn. Miss Helen Hanna arrived home last weekend lo spend Hie Chrlst- mns Holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. w, L. Hannn. Miss Hannn attends Frecd-Hardcman College in Tennessee. '952- ST. JOSEPH CALENDAR AND WEATHER CHART Conlnlns historical dates, weather ccdiiiB. plirating. fishlnu <l«ln' t any drug counter—if« FftKK! Hurry! Christmas Tire Sale! FAMOUS U.S. ROYALS WBPKE8DAY, DECEMBER lt.-i»et Reg. $32.34 800x15 U. S. Royal Air Ride Tires . . . now reduced until December 21 §22.75 Reg. $29.57 7GOxl5 U. S. Royal Air Ride Tires.. .now reduced until December 24 $20.73 Reg. $26.70 050x16 U. S. Royal Deluxe Tires...now reduced until December 24 . $21.95 Reg. $21.22 600x1 fi U. S. Royal De- (uxe Tires. . .now reduced until December 24. .. . $17.95 We have a complete stock of U. S. Royal Tires for rwlh trucks and passenger cars..but hurry for these savings! LANGSTON-McWATERS BUICK CO. Walnut & Broadway Dial 4555 if you'd He to mate it a Man's Christmas then all roads lead to... a I il 8 ft For The Merriest Christmas He Will Ever See, Give Him A Suit And Topcoat By Hart Schaffner& Marx You get outstanding vah*e, superior tailoring, perfect fit and handsome design when you choose America's most preferred name in clothing—Hart, Schaffner and Marx. If It's For a Man, Mead's Will Have It! Stl MM* STRUT ffttlif &Ot&ffn9t9l O"rrlftGft \^9ffl£p ^--—*•

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