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BlythevlHt '(Ark.) Courier News - Tuesday, April tt, 19W - f*f» Ttoe« Daily Record Weather . I). S. Weather Burtai Agricultural Service Reiser. Ark. Heavy thunderstorms tumbled across north Arkansas during the night along a southward moving cold front. This has become almost stationary from Dyersburg, Tenn., to Ft. Smith, Ark., and activity had diminished to scattered thunderstorms cal comedy tenor, died Monday. Harlt and his wife sang on the Orpheum circuit and in Shuhert productions during the vaudeville era. Markets Open Rich Low Chicago Wheat May July Sept. 159% 157 Vs 160.V4 157 V4 159% 159 156-% 158 3 /4 Lasl 159'/s 157 Chicago Soybeans May 293 296'/4 292% 294 % 296% 293% 293 295 291% 294 s /4 296% 293% in northeast Arkansas by 8 a.m. Thunderstorms are expected to break out again during the day along and ahead of the frontal system as minor disturbances j July move eastward along the front. Aug. The unsettled conditions are expected to reappear Thurs- New York Stocks day after a lull in shower activi- j exas g g ty Wednesday. Some 24 hour Chrysler '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'........ -auv« rainfall amounts: Fayetteville RCA !!!!!!!'.!"! 57'/s 1.86, Fort Smith 1.54, Marked AT&T 571/2 Tree .85, and Walnut Ridge 1.13.1 Dow "' _'''''."""""" 751/4 Yesterday's highs were in the j Xerox '"".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 259 70s and overnight lows ranged | GM """." 92V 2 northwest to the mid 60s in the jp an Amer •"-• ®M central and south. The rain- Ford 50% fall during the night was a welcome relief from weeks dry weather in the north. Although rainfall rates \yere ex- OBITUARY Don Ingrum Dies in Hoyti Dan T. Ingrum of Holland, Mo., retired farmer, died yesterday at Pemiscot County Hospital of Hayti, Mo. He was 86. Mr. Ingrum was born in Lynnville, Tenn., and had lived in Holland since 1907. He was a member of Woodmen of the World. He leaves a son, George Ingrum of Blytheville; A daughter, Mrs. Mary Smith Denniston of Nashville, Tenn.; Four grandchildren, nine great grandchildren, and two great- great grandchildren. Services will be held tomorrow at 10 a.m. at Cobb Funeral Home Chapel, with Rev. Alvis Carpenter in charge. Services Held Funeral yesterday services were held at Cobb Funeral Home Chapel for Tom Brittain, who died Saturday in Memphis. ~ Westing'hse 61 7 /a 01 U.S. Steel 48 ' Curtis Pub 13%Ivors was a sister, Mrs. Comsat 48% ! Cathey of Blytheville. cessive for good penetration. Amer Mo(ors 10M , j Southern portions of the state | Sears ' 5gy 8 remain dry but additional thun- p ar |je i) av js ".!••" 42 derstorm activity today and to- Gen Elect '.".'.'.'.'.'. 108% night may leave amounts by Be(h st£e , ; ___ 35 , /2 Wednesday morning. Additional! Revno , ds Tob 4fll/1 76% . Additional Rlds Tob rains this week are expected to ! standard f,j improve soil moisture conditions in the Delta but soil temperatures will have to warm up considerably before planting to improve chances for a good stand of cotton. Yesterday's high—71 Overnight low—52 Precipitation previous 24 hours (to 1 a.m. today)—.51 Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—12.41 Sunset today—6:30 Sunrise tomorrow—5:31 This Dalr A Year Ato Testerday's high—84 Overnight low—55 Precipitation Jan. 1 to data—17.35 World Deaths PITTSBURGH (AP)-Dr. Rufus H. Fitzgerald, 76, chancellor of the University of Pittsburgh from 1945 to 1955, died Monday. Fitzgerald started his career as an educator at Iowa State University in 1919 and went to Pitt hi 1938 as provost. WASHINGTON (AP)-George Meszaros, 60, scientist at the Goddard Space Flight Center, died Monday of injuries suffered when he was hit by a car near the Breezewood turnoff on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Meszaros and his wife were returning to their home in Washington after visiting a daughter near Cleveland. ST. LOUIS (AP)-Leroy Hartt, 81, former vaudevillt and musi- R.C. Farr & Sons OIL COMPANY "Serving this Are* Since HE" TOP QUAUTE PRODUCTS PAST DELIVER* PHONE PO 3-4567 39 i/ 4 Holiday fnn Ark-La Ark-Mo 18? Divco-Wayne 38V4 Among Mr. Britain's survi- Irs. Cora Dan McGill ~ Services Set Services will be held tombr- row at 2 p.m. at Cobb Funeral , Home Chapel for Dan McGill, 42 '? retired farmer of Blytheville. ' n BIBLE HOUSE—The American Bible Society has a new home in this modern building at Broadway and 61st Street in. New York. A visitor-attracting feature of the new Bible House will be a library eventually to comprise 100,000 volumes dedicated to one subject— the Bible. Officiating will be Rev. James Boren. . Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers will be William Earl Pate, Leonard Warren, Floyd Young, Dulin Kulks, Homer Fulks and Carl Ledbetter. King Eyes Migrants MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., indicated today that migrant labor camps may be one of the problems his staff members will attempt to solve in the Miami area. "We will fight the economic deprivations facing the Negro," he said Monday when he arrived with staff members of his Southern Christian Leadership Conference. "I'm very concerned about conditions in the migrant labor camps as well. These will be our key areas of work." All birds have feathers. General Sheridan's famous horse was known by two names — Rienzi or Winchester. Columbus died in ignorance of the fact that he had discovered a new continent. TOKYO (AP) - Seiha Matsuoka, the government chief of American- occupied Okinawa, told the Japan Times today he will work to return the Ryukyu Islands to Japanese control except for U.S. bases there. Matsuoka told Shintaro Fukushima, president of the Times and of Kyodo News Service, he wants to develop self-government in the Ryukyus by abolishing decrees issued by U.S. government administrators. The chief executive, who now is chosen by the Okinawan legislature, said he also wants to institute direct elections. BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) Leaders of Kirdish tribesmen in northern Iraq claim the Iraqui government plans to launch another all-out military campaign Friday in an attempt to crush their four-year-old fight for self rule. ers refused to work overtime and adopted the go-slow tactic in protest against the employment of lower-paid women workers on automatic sorting machines. BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) Talks between ministers of the South Arabian government and^ anti-British rebels on the future of the South Arabian Federation have ended in Beirut with strong indications of a, growing, split in the terrorist movement J in South Arabia. A statement issued Monday by the ministers said agreement was reached on several points in the complex political situation of the federation, which is due for independence from Britain in 1968. TOKYO (AP) — Communist China's National Policy Confer- which ended Allied occupation of Germany. He is a former U.S. high commissioner to Germany. CAPITAL FOOTNOTES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The National Aeronautics and Space Administration announces the Martin Co. of Baltimore, Md., will receive a contract to study the possibility of using- small, wingless vehicles for flight research and future space missions. Sen. Patrick V. McNamara, D-Mich., is reported impriving at a hospital he entered March ence has decided it will take more than 10 years to moder- SYDNEY, Australia (AP) — I -iize the nation's industry, agri- Millions of letters went out of | culture, science and defense, Australian postoffices today as 7,000 postal sorters worked to clear away the big backlog of mail which piled up during a slowdown last week. An estimated 25 million pieces of mail piled up when the sort- Peking radio said today. The conference, which heard a report from Premier Chou En- lai, was held at an unspecified time and place and brought together many government and party leaders. Today In Washington WASHINGTON (AP) - An 11- ton block of granite has been lowered into place as the first stone of President John F. Kennedy's permanent gravesite at Arlington National Cemetery. The block of Deer Island granite from Stonington, Maine, will form part of the base for the eight-foot wall at the head.of the Kennedy grave on a grassy slope 20 feet from where his body was buried in 1963. Work started last fall on the $2-million gravesite ™d should be completed this fall. It will include the eternal flame at the head of the grave, an elliptical overlook at its foot and a circular walkway. More than 2,800 tons of granite and marble will be used in its construction. WASHINGTON (AP) - A study requested by the 'Senate Internal Security subcommittee says Red China is taking steps to hasten gradual disappearance of religion, but adds that its approach is more subtle than most Communist nations. "Although the Chinese Com- CAPITAL QUOTE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "This excess interest is costing the American people three times as much as the Viet j Nam war"—Rep. Wright Palman, D-Tex., chairman of the House Banking Committee, after interest rates on government- backed home mortgages were increased from 5 J /4 to 5%. per cent. Auction Sale Wednesday, April 13th (10A.M.) Approximately 1 Mil* West of Blythevillt On Highway 18 in Auto Sale Barn Consign Your Merchandise Before Sale Day Salt Barn Will Open Monday and Tutsday to Receive Merchandise for Further Information Contact PAUL ROBBINS AUCTION GO. Ph. 561-3418, 561-3138 — Manila, Ark. Hubert Btldridge — H. Baldridg* PO 8-8578 — BlythtriUt, Ark. COME IN TONIGHT TIME'S UP ON YOUR INCOME TAX Uncle Sam won't wait much (angerl Better hustle down to BLOCK COMPLETE and get your tax M iti way. Fast, accurate, guaranteed service for on amazingly tow cott. Be SAFE! See BLOCK today! «UARAMTU Wt guarantee vnurot* pnpgratran «f owy to we rnok* any trrori that coit you ony penalty Of intorOlt, will eov 1h» fitnollv ftr tMttitl. America'* largest Ttx Service with Over 1000 Offices 117 SOUTH SECOND ST. 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