The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1966 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 15, 1966
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Bfythcvfllt (Ark,) Courier New*— Friday,' April' 18, 19W - P»g» Thr«t LBJ (Continued from Fife One) "It Is a test of whether men in liberty can overcome the weight of the past and lift from their brothers the blight of hunger, the blindness of ignorance and the burden of disease. We are in the midst of that test." Johnson said his administration "will not be deterred by miles of th« barton Road lap la Panama and Colombia. Once this gap In the Pan- American Highway system is closed, the system rill run some 14,000 miles from Fairbanks, Alaska, to the southern part of Chile and Argentina. Johnson had warm prise for Mexico, saying its progress is witness that the goals of the Alliance for Progress are realistic and its methods valid/He said Mexico is a nation confident it those, whether in the United! can continually increasa the economic well-being and social justice for its people, help less advanced neighbors, and "confident you can ..i:intain in the modern world your own personality — loyal to your owr. traditions and aspirations." Johnson spent: 3rd graf 111, eliminating 9th mr» llth gral's. States or in Latin America, who tenaciously or selfishly cling 1 o the stultifying privileges from the past. We will not be deterred by those who say that to risk change is to risk communism." * .* * In other major points, Johnson said: -The United Slates will continue to concentrate assistance mainly in economic and social fields "and to encourage our L a t i n-American ne'ghbors, where possible, to lirr't their outlays for military purposes." —The United States will continue to work to stabilize earnings of traditional Latin-American exports "while assisting efforts to exp-nd those new exports on which Latin-American trade will increasingly depend." —Latin-American economic Integration is vital to hemispheric development. —The United States is committed "to 1 government by the consent of the governed — a consent to be grunted in fre and honest elections. It does not seek to impose .on others any form of government. B_. lei us stand.determined on this principle: Despots are not welcome in this hemisphere." Johnson said that one ambition of his presidency is to work with other hemispheric nations to close the several hundred MONKS 'We must have an change of govern. (Continued from Page On*) er as 1st Corps commander a month ago set off the wave of unrest. Thi told a newsman in pa Nang: immediate ment. There musl be a government of the people supported by the people. I don'.t think the people have confidence in Hie government of Premier Ky." A council of 10 influential monks met at the Buddhist Institute in Saigon to thrash out the next move in a campaign that has so far forced the government to yield to most of the Buddhist demands. Vermont's name was suggest- Record Weather U. 6. Weather Bnren Agricultural Service Reiser. Ark. Clear skies in the north and decreasing cloudiness in fife south allowed temperatures last night to fall to the 30s in the northern hills and to the 40s in the south. This morning patches of fog covered the south Delta but a bright sun is expected to burn the fog off. Abundant sunshine and air temperatures in the upper 60s to mid 70s will give rise to a warming soil-temperature trend into the weekend. Morning showers' yesterday brought the following rainfall totals: El Dorado .14, Pine Bluff .10, and Portland .30. The average soil temperature at the two-inch depth yesterday: Keiser 57 and Stuttgart 64. The average soil temperatures at Keiser and Marked Tree were about 12 degrees below recommended levels for cotton planting. Warming today and over the weekend will bring the averages well up into the 60s but cooler weather with some light showers is expected early next week and soil temperatures will then drop several degrees. A combination of cool soil temperatures and dry is .holding back cotton planting in the south Delta and planters would be wise to wait until both of these ed by Dr. Young of Philadel- j conditions are more favorable phis, from Vert-Mont, which means Green Mountain. New York City's Rockefeller Center occupies 15 buildings on a 12-acre plot. through tough cutting grass jobs. With a big Yazoo, the TOTAL-POWER mower! Gentle to the finest lawn, power to spare for those tough weeds. That's the 1966 Yazoo! Big Wheel or Rider, today's Yazoo delivers total power for every grass cutting job, large or small. Big Wheel Yazoo's handle easily, will not scalp or gouge. Husky Yazoo Riders cut up to 15 acres per day! All Yazoo's are famous for their low maintenance and low "down time". This is the best year yet to trade up to big Yazoo quality; we have a wide selection of models to choose from, so come by soon. Remember, the sooner in the grass cutting season you get a Yazoo, the better off you'll be! BYRUM HOW. & SEED STORE FONDREN & SONS HDW. STORE HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. WESTBROOK MACHINE SHOP Free Parking In Rear of Ail Above Dealers Stores ARKANSAS GROCER CO., INC. Distributor SPRING has SPRUNG DONT FORGET! Let m remind . jon tbu Tout iprtns outilU should be refreihed and retltiJ- lied. If tt't before Cartel Cleinlni or after Eaiter Clcanlni let Boone'i well trained lUft b»ndl« U for jou. • Fur & Woolen Cold stowie • Dri» Window • Flneit in Sblrt Laundry • rtekup It Dellter? • Bulk Cleinlnc I l>». W • Radio (quipped Trucki • NlfBt Depoilti • 1-Hr. SertlM at Plant BOONE CIEANERS- IAUNDRY 504 Pork — Phone PO 3-8144 before planting. The five-day forecast 6 a.m. Saturday to 6 a.m. next Thursday calls for temperatures to average two to six degrees below normal. Mild during the weekend and turning cooler early next week. Normal highs 67 northwest to 75 south. Normal lows 46 northwest to 54 south. Chance of a few showers early next week averaging less than Vi inch. Yesterday'! hifh—SS Overnight low—41 Precipitation previous 24 hours (to 7 a.m. today)—n6n« Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—12.44 Sunset today—6:32 Sunrise tomorrow—5:27 This Date A Year Ago Tester-day's high—63 Overnight low—56 Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—17.81 World Death* .WASHINGTON .(AP) - Joseph L. Ray, 84, a retired executive of the Singes Sewing Machine Co., died Wednesday. PLYMOUTH, Ind. (AP) Samuel E. Boys, 94, president and General manager- of the Plymouth Ind. Pilot -' News, died Thursday Boys, believed the oldest active newspaperman in Indiana, had been in failing health since January. He was born in Lacon, HI. Traffic Accidents Cars driven by Kenneth.Hock- enberry of Route 4, Blytheyille, and Peter J. Reilly of Blytheville Air Force Base were involved in an accident yesterday at Main and 2nd. Reilly was charged with following too close.' Markets Open High Low Last Chicago Wheat May July Sept. 161% 156% 162 Vt 157% 159% 161% 156% 159 Chicago Soybeans May 292'/< 293% 292 ' July 295 296 294% Aug. 292 293 291% 162 157% 159% 292% 292>/4 New York Stocks Texas G.S ...... .... Chrysler ......... . ....... '48% OBITUARY Mrs. Succumbs Here Mrs. J. W. Purtle, longtime Blytheville resident, died yesterday at her home at 619 W. Main great grandchild. Services will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m: at First Baptist Church, with Rev. Alvis Carpenter and Rev. E, H. Hall in charge. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery. Pallbearers will be J.P. Friend, Bill King, J. L. Westbrook, Joe Shanks, David Seymore and Jack Marsh., Cobb Funeral Home is in charge. . . ' • !/.._ IVUS. erford, Tenn., and had lived i here for the last 45 years. She was a member of First Baptist Church and the Golden Age Club. She leaves a daughter, Delia Purtle of St. Louis; Three sons, J.W. Purtle of Helena, Charles Purtle of Blytheville, and Robert Purtle of E. St. Louis, m.; A brother, Jess Cramer of Osceola; Five grandchildren and one RCA 60% 57'/s AT&T Dow 77 Xerox 259% GM 81% Pan Amer 72'/i Ford 49% Westing'hse 60% U. S. Steel 48 Curtis Pub. .....' 12% Comsat 45Vs Arner Motors 10% Sears 58% Parke Davis 40Vi Gen: Elect 110% Beth. Steel 35'/s Reynolds Tob 40 Standard NJ 1TA Holiday Inn 42% Ark-La 43 Ark-Mo 17% Divco-Wayne 37% Negro Deaths Rev. Jimmie J. Jones Funeral services were held today at ,1 p.m. at Allen Temple A.M.E. Church of Pine Bluff for Rev. Jirhmie Joyce Jones, pastor of Bethel A.M.E. Church at Blytheville. Officiating was Rev. J. M. Watkins, presiding elder of Forrest City A.M.E. District. Burial was in P..K. Miller Memorial Cemetery 'of Pine 'Bluff. Kennedy Funeral Home of Marianna was in charge. Rev. Jones had held the pastorates at churches in Marianna, Pine Bluff, West Memphis, Osceola and Afdmore, Okla. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Eva j Jones; A son, S/Sgt. J. J. Jones, Jr., of Vandenberg, Cal., Air Force Base; .His mother, Mrs. Ethel Joyce of Memphis; , . A niece, three aunts, a brother-in-law and threfe grandchildren. Blessing, a former resident of the Oak Ridge Community near Cooler, died yesterday in a Dyersburg hospital. She had been making her home in Newbern, Terin. . Services will be conducted over the weekend in Newbern. Slie is survived by 11 children, including Mrs. Marshal Thomas of Cooler, 34 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren. AT DREIFUS JEWELERS STEAM AND DRY IRON The 'country of Czechoslovakia was created after World War I. A "hand" is a unit used in measuring a horse's height and is four inches. SECOND CL.«S MAIL PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED M BLYTHEVILLE ARK BljtheTiUe tmurtcr Newa ZIP - 72316 Ban; tt. Balnes. Publisher 3rd at Walnnt StI. BlythefiUe Ark PubluttLetf dan? except Sunday Second class pottage paid at Ely- uurllle. Ark . HOME nn.ivmt BATES In BlytheVllle red towni tt» the BlvthevUle trade temwrj: DaUy ... 3Jo per w -\ MAIL PAYABLE Hi ADVANCE Wlthia SO miles of BljtherUJe U.OO per ;e>r Unre (Ban SO mlfe> ftom aijthtnui 2 Irons in 1—Switches' from Steam to Dry Instantly . Lightweight—weighs only 3 Ibs. SERVICES BY COBB FUNERAL HOME COURTEOUS SERVICE PETER E. IRBY, 2 p.m., Friday, Cobb Chapel * * * MRS. OREN tILM, SR., t p.m. Thursday, Cobb Chapel. INVITATION FOR BIDS I I Plans and specifications for Sealed proposals for 'the e- sub-contractors and material rection of a Cafeteria Building I people may be had upon pay- for Burdette Public Schools, Burdette, Arkansas will be received by the Board of Directors of Burdette : School District at Burdette, Arkansas until 2 o'clock p.m. April 19, 1966 at the office of the Superintendent of Schools, Burdette, Arkansas where they will he publicly opened and read aloud. Mechanical (heating, air conditioning, plumbing) and electric work will be included in the General Contract, in accordance with Act 183 of 1957 Acts of Ar- ment of printing costs. A cashier's check or acceptable bidder's bond in an amount not less than five percent-of the amount bid shall be furnished, by each bidder, made payable to Board of Directors of Burdette Public Schools, Burdette, Arkansas. Attention is called to the fact that contractors bidding on this project must be licensed under the Arkansas Licensing .Law for Contractors and that the num- YOUR BUS/NESS APPRECIATED! C. A. MOODY Gro.& Market 1/4 Mile West of Main Air Base Gate PHONE PO 3-9795 * Groceries * Meats * Vegetables * Fruits * Gas * Oil * Crushed lee * Many Other Items Open 7 Days Week 6 a.m. 'til 7:30 p.m. | ber of said license shall ap- kansas, requiring Contractor to pear on outside of each bid file a list of his proposed sub- contractors with his bid. Copies of the plans and specifications are on file in the office of the Superintendent of Schools, Burdette, Arkansas and in the office of the architect, Uzzell S. -Branson, First National Bank Building, Blytheville, Arkansas and are open for public inspection. Plans and specifications may be procured, from the architect by contractors who will submit proposal on the work, upon deposit of |25.0fl for each set. This deposit will be refunded to each contractor submitting a bid, who returns the documents in good condition within ten days after the date for receiving bids. If no bid is submitted, the cost of reproduction of the documents will be deducted from the refund. The owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any informalities.' By the order of the Board this 6 day o fApril, 1966. Hollis Jumper, President. 4-9, 15 Remember Pay Your Paper Boy ROBERT MYERS Plumbing & Heating Sales & Service • 24 Hr. Service • Up To 5 Vr. 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