The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 20, 1966 · Page 3
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Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier News — Tuesday, December 20,196* Page Three FOLLOW THE LEADER-The BIytheville Junior High School Band, under the guidance of Director David Emery, donated this stack of foodstuffs to the Mississippi County Union Mission in the hopes that others would follow their example. From left are Paul Kirkindall, mission superintendent; Emery, and John Essay. (Courier News Photo) NEWS BRIEFS BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts tax officials are spot-check- ing to make sure the 3 per cent!in nine years, officials report, sales tax is picked up by sell- with tonnage put at more than erd on Christmas trees. a 'ds have been removed, and ! lighthouse keepers are leaving their posts until spring. Ing to Hie San Francisco Bay Congo, Pakistan, Nationalist area. The Association ot Bay i China, South Korea and Iran Area Governments is asking the j who are studying in the United legislature to create an agency; Slates are to visit in Hunlington with authorization for taxing, j during Kie Christmas holidays wasto disposal, park and rec- i in the second year of a "Holiday reational needs and regional j House" program sponsored by planning for nine counties and j the First Prebyterian Church, 91 cities. A 34-member executive I . . committee appointed by offi- NEW LONDON, Conn. (AP) cials of the participating cities]-Acting Postmaster Anthony would run the regional agency. CHARLESTON, W. Va. (AP) The West Virginia secretary of stale, Robert D. Bailey, has proposed that registered voters be issued identification cards to help prevent fraud. BOSTON (AP) - The Massa- Facas recently answered one of the 200 letters received at the post office addressed to Santa Claus. He wrote: "Dear little friend. Your letter makes me glad tfiat you are good. Santa is coming to er, Fred N. Rehm, said the safe- driving campaign was being aimed at party hosts, asking them not to kill their guests with hospitality, by encouraging them not to overindulge. POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. (AP) — Rep. Joseph Resnick, D-N.Y., who is going to spend the holiday in Vietnam, says he'll be taking along tape j recordings, religious medallions ' and 600 pounds of salami for the visit all good little girls and boys. Here's love, Santa." But at the bottom of the letter, chusVttY registrar of motor ve-; Faca s added: " p - s -. Mr - ZIP hides, Richard E. McLaughlin, i will help me find you. You are says allowing insurance compa- i m y h el P e r_; too, when you use nies to set rates by competition | ZIP code." rather (dan having them set by the state would mean lower rates. 'BOSTON (AP) -Northeast Airlines retired its last DCS transport plane recently. Tne plane was piloted by (AP) - 1 has taken over a surplus federal facility — of Florida $1.3-million i . 13 1 plane SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. (AP)-The shipping season on the. Great Lakes, closing with MARIETTA, Ga. (AP) - The winter's arrival, was the best j Lockheed-Georgia plant in Marietta has delivered the first of 66 Hercules C Mark I jet aircraft for Britain's Royal Air Force. The plane has a capacity of 23 tons of cargo. BERKELEY, Calif. (AP)—Regional government may be corn- buildings formerly used as a maritime reserve training center _ for use in oceanographic research and instruction. SELECTED—Airman Charles Frencher, son of Mrs. Jullie Price of Caruthersville, has been selected for Air Force training at Amarillo, Tex., as an aircraft maintenance specialist. Frencher, a 1966 graduate of Caruthersville High School, recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB. STATESBOUND - David Peters. USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peters of 606 South Tennessee is returning to the States aboard the USS Conway after having completed his tour of duty in Vietnam. His parents plan to meet him in Norfolk, Va., for the holidays. AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) The six New England states are planning a joint tourist promotion program that would supplement programs of the individual stales. HUNTINGTON, W. Va. (AP) - Students frm Turkey, the Bride & Groom Set Handsomely created in 30-karat white or yellow gold. An outstanding value ... only at Dreifus. Diamonds Enlarged IT'S SO EASY TO SHOP AT DREIFUS OPEN AN ACCOUNT DREIFUi l/m>c&1.>- stewardess for the flight was Joanne Zahradnik, who is 9 years younger than the plane. DETROIT (AP) -The Automobile Club of Michigan has abandoned its "If you drive, don't drink" admonition in favor of "None for the road." Noting that motorists do have an occasional drink during the holiday season, the club manag-' ON LEAVE — Pvl. Guy Ronald Collier, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Collier, 409 East Main will be home on leave after completing basic Army training at Fort Polk, La. He will next be assigned to guided missile training at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. DREIFUS TERRIFIC VALUE! IOK Diamond & Onyx Gold Initial Ring '15" CHARGE IT Ht'l Iht object of your affection? Then tell Mm 10 with thli handsomely crafted ring So inexpensive. ' Drawing? Enlarged IT ONLY TAKES A FEW MINUTES TO OPEN AN ACCOUNT AT DREIFUS troops. He said the tapes come from the families of servicemen in his area, the medallions from the National Jewish Welfare Board and the salami from a local merchant. BOSTON (AP) - Masachu- selts tax officials are spot- checking to make sure the three per cent sales tax is picked up by selers of Christmas tre. SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. (AP) — The lu'pping season on the Groat Lakes, closing with winter's arrival, was the best in nine years, officials-report, with tonnage put at more than 104 million. Remember Pav Your Paper Boy DACRON* SPORT SHIRTS THAT REFUSE TO WRINKLE No Ironing Ever, Ever! 3.99 A handsome gift for him ... a perfect wive- saver because these 65% Dacron polyester/ 35% cotton sport shirts stay wrinkle-free all day and go from washer to dryer to wearer without even a touch up of the iron. Tailored with medium spread collar. Dark or medium shades... burgandy, blue, green, dark blue, dark green, dark maize. S, M, L, XL. OPEN IVERY NITE THIS WEEK ...and Every One is Thrift Priced Under NYLON SUPS ARE LAVISHLY TRIMMED 2.99 From our finest makers ... ready to make her a fine gift. Nylon tricot or nylon satin ... in dozens of styles and you can hardly count the colors, plus white. Regular and extra sizes. DELICIOUSLY FEMININE BLOUSES JUST FOR HER 2.99 Tailored, semi tailored or frilly blouses aglow with laces and embroidery trims. In white or deep tones and high shades. Sizes 32 to 44. IT'S THE SHAPE THAT COUNTS WITH BAGS 2.99 Big, little and medium sizes . . . for every occasion from dress up to sports. Shoulders straps, clutch or big pouches. Each crafted of the finest materials. MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS TO PLEASE EVERY GUY 3.99 And every shirt is permanently pressed to stay neater all day. Paisleys, plaids, hopsackings, broadcloths, oxfords. Light or dark shades. S, M, L, XL LOTS OF SPORT SHIRT FOR A LITTLE PRICE 2.99 Solids, solids with embroidery, plaids checks, paisleys. Many with banded collars and top center pleats. Lots of Ivys. Spread, button down, hi-boys, snap tab collars. S, M, L, XL THE FISHNET STRETCH .. . IT'S NEW AND BOLD 1.00 This is the year of the leg ... and we're out to prove it with the distinctively different fishnet nylon stretch hose. Black or French coffee. BOYS' FLANNEL ROBE IN A GIFT BOX 3.99 A better made robe of finer San- forized cotton flannel. Smart dark muted plaids. Tailored with back yoke, 2 patch pockets, sewed down cuffs. 8 to 18. COMPARE THESE MENS ORLON SOCKS AT 1.0O 79* Every man needs socks . . . and these are his favorite. High Bulk stretch Orion that fit better, wear longer. Choose from over 35 dark and light shades, GIRLS' PAIAMAS ARE ALWAYS GIFT-WISE L99 And especially when they're so smart and lovely as you'll find in this great collection. Rayon tricots, brushed nylon and acetates, flannels. Solids, prints. 7 to 14. BOXED PILLOW CASE SETS ARE NEEDED! 1.99 Make your choice from the town's biggest selection. High count muslin cases with embroidered Mr. and Mrs,, His and Hers and lovely floral pattern*. All gift boxed. WOMEN'S AND GIRLS' FURRY HOUSE SHOES L99 Warm and comfortable with thick padded soles and furry acrylic collar. Soft vinyl uppers, Light blue, light pink, black, beige, white. Sites 10 to 3, 5 to JO. SOFT OPERA SLIPPERS FOR MAN AND BOY 2.99 The always popular . . . always comfortable Bally vamp opera slipper with cushiony crepe sole and heel. Vinyl uppers. Black or brown. Boys' y/t to 6, men's 6Vi to ]1;

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