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April 19, 1966

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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ftp Two - Blythevilte (Ark.) Courier Newt - Tuesday, April 19, 19W Daily Record Wcfothcr JU. S. Weather Bureau ; Agrioulturai Service • Reiser, Ark. The massive storm centered In south Colorado continues to move slowly northeastward. Present indications are that it shoiild reach Minnesota by. to- moiiow morning. A complicating feature, however, is the possibility of still another low developing in the southwest. This would prolong the shower period in'Arkansas and delay the penetration of cooler air into the stale. Rain was widespread over the stale in the past 24 hours with locally heavy rains in northeast Arkansas. A 314 inch deluge fell af'Jonesboro and over , three inches were recorded at nearby Alijia. A number of stations over the state recorded more thin one inch'of rain. The thundershower activity is expected tori-eappear this afternoon and tonight and some additional heavy amounts are likely. .Yesterday's highs were in the 60s in the north and the 70s in the central and south. Overnight lows were on the mild side with early morning readings ranging frp)n 50 at Fayetteville to 67 at BIjHheville and Texarkana. Cloudiness and rain resulted in a pooling of the soil at the two- inch depth. The average for the pa|t 24 hours was 65 at Keiser, ef^at Marked Tree, 68 at War- reji. Soil temperatures will remain at about the same levels to3ay and Wednesday. •f esterdas'B hlgfc—82 - Qvemleht low—^2 •Precipitation previous 94 MUM (le T*.m. toasy)—.13 freeipitation Jan. I to d»t»—12.5: Sunset today—6:35 iunrlie tomorrow— 5:23 This Date A Year Afo •Tetterday's high—S3 'Overnight low—51 •Precipitation Jan. 1 to data—17.83 | World Deaths LONDON (AP) - Eric Lam bfit, 45, British novelist, died Monday. Lambert's best-sellm; novel, "The Twenty-Thousam Thieves" ran to 20 editions ant was published in 12 languages 'SUMMIT, N.J. (AP)-Harry At Livermore, 84, retired assistant vice president of the American Telephone and Telegraph Co;., died Sunday. As of this date, Blytheville has not had a traffic fatality within its city limits for -831 days. The individual driver is responsible for this record and when it is broken will bear that responsibility, too. Mar kefs Open High Low Last Chicago Wheat May July Sept. 162% 162H 161 5 /s 162Vs 158V4 158% 157>/4 157% 160 160V4 159% 159% Chicago Soybeans May 297 297V 4 296 297% July 300V4 300% 299 300% Aug. 298 299 297'/s 299 New York Stocks Texas G.S ............... 108% Chrysler ................. 49V 8 RCA ..................... 591/s AT&T ..... . .............. 57 Vi Dow ..... . ................ 74 7 /s Xerox ................... 255% GM . ..................... 92 Pan Artier ................ 71 Ford ..................... 50% Westing'hse ... ........... 60V* U. S. Steel ... ....... ... 47.% Curtis Pub ............... 13% Comsat ................... 45Vi Amer Motors ............ 10V4 Sears .................... 58% Parke Davis ............. 39% Gen Elect .............. 107% Beth Steel .............. 35% Reynolds Tpb ............ 40% Standard NJ ............ 77% Holiday Inn Ark-La ................... 43Vs Ark-Mo .................. 11% Divco-Wayne ..... ....... 37% IllUlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllntnnnillll What's For Lunch? BLYTHKVTLLE WEDNESDAY Hamburgers - Pickle-Mustard Buttered Rice Green Beans and Corn Fruit Milk By BOB HORTON WASHINGTON (AP) - The Defense Department contradicted an American naval commander today and said an electronically equipped Soviet trawler kept watch for two weeks during U.S. efforts to recover a missing hydrogen bomb off Spain. In response to questions, the Pentagon said the trawler re mained in the sea search am near Palomares Beach, Spain until March 2, about two weeks before recovery of the Ameri can bomb. This disclosure contradicted statement made by the com |Negro Deaths 5 Zach Lee Mayes •Services for Zach Lee Mayes 3ft were conducted this after noon at 1 at Nehemiah Temple bj Rev. John H. Moore. fBurial was in Carr Chape Cjemetery, Home Funeral Homi in- charge. ".He leaves his mother, Mrs Mary Morris, Blytheville; =His father, A. D. Mayes Charleston, Mo.; r One brother, Joe Lee Mayes Michigan City, Ind.; ;A sister, Mrs. Bertha Lee Mayes, Chicago; * ; A grandmother. Arrey McCoy Barle, Ark. I MISSCO House Movers :: PHONE PO 3-6726 :'PO 3-7882 PO 3-4186 ;;• For Free Estimate £ Blytheville, Ark. 6 ROBERT | MYERS Plumbing & Heating tl Sales & Service ;• 24 Hr. Service -• Up To 5 Vr. Financing ':• All Work Guaranteed £ Coll Today For .: Free Estimates S PO 3-7243 IHERMON JOKES BUSINESS KCN-8 ASSURANCE CV. JUUO attl.1t Aft 'BOB* 374-MM MMBMM'I. Tta»MM» 3 otn tm frw CnniniiiiiioB K iunnct for tmiit , Pl«nolu» Ij .Mim ' 'nitnernhlp «n cor- itlr.n 'Irnilp PonMiPD .Rutlr*. ni tna Hr-nplttllntlnn GOSNELL WEDNESDAY Baked Ham (Southern Style) Creamed Potatoes Green Beans Cranberry Sauce Hot Biscuits Butter Milk Among Naga tribesmen, Hie sign of beauty is in the calt muscle. When a Naga lad woos a mountain belle he never mentions her beautiful brown eyes, but tells her "You've got mighty fine calf muscles." Soviet Trawler Spied On Bomb Recovery OBITUARY • Leachville Man Drowns Donald Ray Latting, 27, o: Leachville, was a drowning vie tim Saturday at Old River in Phillips County. Mr. Latting was born ii Leachville and had lived ther all his life. He had been a civil ian barber at Blytheville Ai Force Base for the last si: years. He leaves his wife, Mrs. BUIj Latting of Leachville; Two sons, Michael Ray Lat ting and Mitchell Ray Latting of the Leachville home; A daughter, Maria Anette Lat ting of the home; Two brothers, Harold Lattini of Leachville and Kenneth Lat ting of the U.S. Army in Ger many; His mother, Mrs. Rhuebel Lipper of Cardwell, Mo.; And maternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Harris o Leachville. Funeral arrangements are in complete. Howard Funeral Service is in charge. SPECIAL! this Month . .. Genuine DELCO Shock Absorbers 6 38 each GRAHAM'S GARAGE 127 S. 1st PO 3-4972 GETAYAZOORIDER! Quit fighting it out with a mower that works you harder than it works-trade up to a Yazoo Rider! Riders trim your lawn to carpet smoothness, with a floating cutting head out front that eliminates scalping and gouging. Available in five cutting widths from 32" to 60", they pack plenty of power for every grass cutting job. We have a complete line of Yazoo Riders; they're all made for people who are hard to please. Come in soon and see hbw easy it is to leave your grass cutting worries behind with a Yazoo! 1 SEE THE COMPLETE YAZOO LINE AT OUR STORE BYRUM HDW. & SEED STORE FONDREN & SONS HDW. STORE HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. WESTBROOK MACHINE SHOP Free forking In Rear of All Abort Dea/en Stem ARKANSAS GROCER CO., INC. Distributor msnder of the naval task force a few hours after the weapon was retrieved April 7. "I can say categorically," Rear Adm. William S. Guest told reporters at a news conference in Sapain, "that there has been no Soviet trawler or other ship in the search area at any time since we began our work." There was no immediate comment from the admiral on the Pentagon's disclosure. Nor was there an explanation as to why he had declared the Soviet IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. DELORES D. BARKER, PLAINTIFF VS. NO. 18744 ROBERT WARREN BARKER, DEFENDANT WARNING ORDER The defendant Robert Warren Barker is hereby warned to appear in this court within 30 days and answer the Complaint of the Plaintiff, Delores D. Barker, and upon his failure so .to do said Complaint will be taken as confessed. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, and the seal of said Court on this the 16th day of April, 1966. GBRALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Donna DiCicco, D. C. Graham Sudbury 115 N Second Street Blytheville, Arkansas Attorney for Plaintiff Marcus Evrard 126 W. Walnut Street Blytheville, Arkansas Attorney Ad Litem 4-19, 26, 5-3, 10 trawler was not in the area. The Pentagon said the Communist vessel, kept under con' slant surveillance, once approached within three miles of the Mediterranean recovery zone. Usually, however, it kept a distance of 10 to 13 miles. the trawler, whose name was withheld, usually scouts the Mediterranean area, * Pentagon spokesman said. * * * Asked to describe th* vessel, the spokesman said only that it wag 165 feet long and carried "varied electronic equipment." The bomb, dropped when a B52 collided in flight with its tanker Jan. 17 during a refueling operation, was located March 15 at a depth of about 2,500 feet In the Mediterranean. The Navy recovered it April 7 after an intensive Operation involving about 18 ships and 3,000 men. While the operation was under way. the Navy stationed a barrier of minesweepers around the area to prevent any foreign attempt at locating, photographing or retrieving the device, the Pentagon spokesman said. Except for the trawler, no other foreign ships or submarines approached the recovery zone, he said. Buyer Beware! LONDON (AP) - A secondhand furniture dealer in suburban Hammersmith hung out this sign today: "We buy junk. We sell antiques." IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. ISAAC BYRD PLAINTIFF VS. No, 16733 ROBERT AND LAURA LOVE AND Lot 28 in Larry's 4th Addition to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas DEFENDANTS NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Isaac Byrd has filed in the office of the Clerk of the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, his petition No. 16733 to confirm and quiet title to Lot 28 in Larry's 4th Addition to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas in the plaintiff in this cause. All persons claiming said lands or any interest therein are hereby notified and warned to appear before the said Chancery Court of said State, District and County on the 27th day of May, 1968, at 9:30 in the morning, to show cause, if any they have, why said lands should not be confirmed and quieted according to.the decree of this Court in this cause. On failure of any party or person, plaintiff or defendant, or alleged heirs or next of kin to appear in said Court to answer plaintiffs petition and set up their rights or interest, if any, their claims will be forever barred. Witness my hand and seal of my office on this 8lh day of April, 1966. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Geraldine Listen Ed B. Cook Atty. for petitioner 4-19, 26, 5-3, 10, 17, 24 Lurid magazine articles and movies about man-eating clams are exciting'en6ugh. But the clam, which can weigh up to 500 pounds, is no man-eater. It Indonesia is ^ e leading Far leads a quiet life amdng the [Eastern source of . petroleum coral reefs of the Pacific, eat-1 and ranks second to Malaysia in ing algae all day long. I rubber and tin. TRADE MARK—A hat of pale yellow felt topped by half-peeled velvet bariana designed especially for Elsa Miranda has a very special significance. For 21 years, Elsa has been the voice and personality of a top star of radio and television commercials, Chiquita Banana. Viet Volunteers Drop WASHINGTON (AP) - Tin number of Army soldiers volunteering for service in Viet Nam has dropped sharply and steadi- , ly since December, it was disclosed today. The main reason, an Army spokesman said, is that a soldier now has a pretty good chance of getting into the war whether or not he volunteers to go. Statistics made available on. request showed that the monthly total of Army men asking to go to Viet Nam reached a peak of 4,492 in December. This fell to 2,368 in January, to 2,280 in February and 1,710 . last month. The Army said 26,342, soldieri had volunteered for Viet Nam in the past .12 months. The first known inks were concocted by ; the Chinese and Egyn- lians, about 2,500 B.C. The inks consisted of lampblack blended with a 'solution of glue or gums.. VETERAN GROSSER LONDON (AP) - A lot of people have crossed the English j Channel but only one man can claim : to have done it 40,000 times. He is Capt, William Waters, master of British Railways' Cross - Channel steamer, Invicta. He made his final crossing Feb. 28 and retired after 50 years at sea. Waters, 65, started his career on Feb. 26, 1916, as a cabin boy on an earlier vessel with the same name, Invicta, SERVICES BT COB B FUNERAL HOJIE COURTEOUS SERVICE GYM-DANDY Play Ground Equipment • SWINGS • SLIDES • CLIMBING TOWERS • MERRY-GO- ROUND LAD & LASSIE EAST MAIN ST. Why hasn't Mrs. Bettye Groves missed a day's work since September 17,1945? Mrs. Groves is a service representative for Southwestern Bell in Magnolia, Arkansas. She started work on September 17, 1945, and hasn't missed a day since then. You have to have some pretty good reasons to work 21 years without being absent one day. You have to have what we at Southwestern Bell call the "spirit of service." Mrs. Groves has this spirit. "I have a job to do and I've always felt it's my responsi- bility to be here," says Mrs. Groves. "Of course, I've been fortunate to be as healthy as I am. And something else .that helps is liking my work. It's the company's job to furnish the public with the best available service to fit their particular needs. That's my job, too." Mrs. Groves and 3,500 other Southwestern Bell people in Arkansas have one thing in common. They're making your telephone service—already the world's best—even better. SOUTHWESTERN BELL (J^ ARKANSAS Milting tfliehont ttrvlet bttttr to ttrvt you attttr

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