The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1966 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 28, 1966
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Blythevffle (Ark.) Courier News — Thursday, April », »M- Pigt Daily Record Weather V. 8. ffeatber Boreas Agricultural Service Art As of this date, §IytJ*vlU* a, not had a traffic ithin its city limits for Thunderstorms broke out along a cold front which moved Into northwest Arkansas during the night. Thundershower activity along this front diminished during the night and only scattered light showers are fall- Ing in the frontal zone this morning. Much cooler air b over the state behind this front and there Is a risk of scattered light frost In portions of northwest Arkansas tonight. The front will slow down along the Gulf Coast and warm air riding up over the colder air will allow •hower activity to spread back ever the state Friday. Yesterday's highs were In the upper 70s and low 80s. Overnight lows dropped to the low 60s behind the front and remained in the 60s ahead of the front. Today's high will be in marked contrast to yesterday's read- Ings with highs in the 60s expected in much of the north. Tonight's readings will fall into the cool 30s in the north and generally into the 40s in the south. Soil temperatures recovered well yesterday, however, considerable cloudiness and cooler air temperatures today wil drop soil temperatures once again. Shower activity spread Ing bsck across the area Fri day may cause additional plant Ing delays. A consistent warn soil temperature trend has no yet been established this sprint In the Delta. The present coo spell is but another in a seriei which has caused quite rapic fluctuation in soil tempera fares. Ywt«rt»y'l W»h—W Overnight low—88 Precipitation previous M hOUie (te t a.m. today)—none Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—M.I! Sunset today—6:42 Sunrise tomorrow—3:12 This Date A Year Af« Yesterday's huh—M Overnight low—43 Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—18.5 World Deaths LOS ANGELES (AP)-Glady Parker, 56, former cartoonis who drew "Mopsy" for 16 years died Wednesday of lung cance after a long illness. ITHACA, N.Y. (AP)-Lever «tt Saltonstall Jr., 48, son o U.S. Sen. Leverett Saltonstai! Sr, R-Mass., died Wednesday after a brief illness. He wa president of the Foundatio Seed Corp. ays. The Individual driver to esponsible for this record and hen it Is broken will bear that esponsibility, too. Traffic Accidents Cara driven by Charles H eagle of $20 Main and Lennte . Perrydue of Steele were in- olved in an accident yeiter- ay at N. 6th and Hudson. Beagle was charged with drlv- ig while intoxicated and haz- rdous driving. Markets OpeHUftU* U*« Chicago Wheat May 159% 180H 15W* uly 157% IMtt 157% VIET NAM (Continued from Page One) forces of the Communists ar estimated at 100,000 to 120,000 U.S. military authorities est mate that the Viet Cong force now have 111 combat battalion at their disposal and will hav 155 by the end of this year, that level, U.S. experts say, th Communists probably will re quire about 150 tons o! supplie daily. The dominant view in admin Istration planning is that heav and sustained air strike against the Communist supp' lines do and will put a ceiling o replacement capacity and limit the ability of the Viet Con to maintain their strength. U.S. authorities also assum that the Viet Cong's ability recruit fighters in the countr; side in South Viet Nam is Ilmi ed and will decrease as the wa goes against them. Similarly, authorities here sa that Viet Cong defections i crease and those of the Soul Vietnamese forces decrease periods when relative politica stability prevails in Saigon an when it appears that the Com munists are being beaten mi! tarily. Secretary of Defense Robe S. McNamara and various m tary leaders said toward the en ef last year that "we hav stopped losing the war." They have shied away, how ever, from making any over-a claims of victory or trying lay down a blueprint for victory in the future. The most that officials claim now for the point at which VI Cong losses would begin to ru ahead of replacement* Is that should have a damaging effec on Viet Cong morale. On the other hand, officia from President Johnson < are opposed to making mor than tentative assumption about future developments Viet Nam which are beyond their control. They cannot ru out the possibility of a radlc change In Communist strategy either to escalate the war, or full beck trad MBb* DALLAS, Tei. (AP) - Five persons drowned today when remendous rains flooded hundred! of persons from their es in Dallas and a northern suburb, Garland- One of the victims, drowned n his late-model Cadillac was V. L. Ferryman, president Of General American Oil Co., an independent oil firm operating six state* and Canada. Firemen axed through an auto's back window to free a woman from the car which had Sept. 159% 158V4 U9tt 160% Chicago Soybeans Jay uly Vug. 302U 306V. 305 SUVA 30BU 306% 102U 306V 4 304% New York Stocks Texas G.S SMtt 308% 306V* U3H 76% Chrysler RCA .T&T Dow :erox (M 'an Amer •ord .................... **% Westing'hse .............. 6lH U. S. Steel Curtis Pub .............. 11% Comsat ................... «? Amer Motors ........... 10 Sears Parke Davis Gen Elect Beth Steel ............... 34% Reynolds Tob .......... 3»tt itandard NJ ............ 77% 35V Five Drown As Deluge Hits Texas been swept Into a swollen creek, ut the man with her was apped and drowned. Robert Buck and his wife, OBITUARY Mrs. Bradley Dies in Steele Mrs. Ella Bradley, former BlytheviUe resident, died last night at Steele, Mo. She was 81. Mrs. Bradley was the widow of Ben Bradley. She leaves a son, Jerry Heam of BlytheviUe; Four daughters, Mrs. Tommy Laden and Mrs. Smith Johnson, both of Steele, Mrs. Perry Prevost of BlytheviUe, and Mrs. Raymond Krutz of Bartonville, m.; Twelve grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are Incomplete and will be announced by German Funeral Home of Steele. drienne, of San Antonio, whoj moved to Texas recently from ast Point, Ga., both drowned hen their car was swept from road into a creek. At dawn, the downpour which ad been falling at about an nch an hour subsided, and rtayor Eric Johnson said "we think five are going to be all the oss of life, but if there's more ratal we'll have more trouble." Fire department boats, eared by station wagon* to scenes of local flooding, plucked tie from trees, rooftops, nd the roofs of cars in flooded expressway underpasses. Water got into the Ford Me- ot Co. assembly plant in north- ast Dallas, forcing it to close until Friday, Idling 1,500 work- A Little Late Unk URBANA, 111. (AP) - David . Lehigh, 25, is an Army ser- eant who has been In Viet Nam ince the first week in April. But the Selective Service oard notified him in a letter ecently that he has been re- lassified and will not have to nter the armed forces, his wife said. Lehigh's wife and three children live in Urbana. Inn <OV« Holiday Ark-La ................... WA Divco-Wayne ............ 38V4 Ark-Mo .................. 17% «nm»^ BLYTHKVTtLE Friday Tuna Sandwich Peanut Butter Sandwich Buttered Peas and Carrots Potato Sticks Fruit Jello Milk G05NELL Friday Beef Stew Crackers June Peas Fruit Salad Corn Bread Butter Milk Joint Services For Tots Today Joint services for Dorothea Elaine Romig, 8 months, ant William Herbert Romig, 17 months, were held this morning at Howard Funeral Service Chapel, with Rev. Sidney Pon- seti in charge. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. The infant children of Mr. and Mrs. William Romig were victims yesterday of a fire at the home. Besides their parents, they leave a maternal grandmother Mrs. Estelle Landrum of Blythe- viUe, and paternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. John Herbert Romig of Independence, Kansas. SERVICES VS COBB FUNERAL ROME COURTEOUS SERVICE Buell W. Carter, MFA Agent 123 N. Broadway (Corner Noble Hotel) Phone PO 3-3361 FIELD SEEDS, CHEMICALS & FERTILIZERS Certified BUI Ken-Cert. 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Badwn Sprayer - Hotre Seeder • • Koto Power Darter • t»wn Breedcut Spreader - Berarada Grui Seed both Rolled * Unboned - Blue Ore** Seed Di-Syston oramdu ** Fer Early Inaoet CentreO e» Cettoa Herban * PJanartn » KerWdde Per Weed * Onap ContreO In Cottoa Orih* Sell Treat** Z Ftalet •«• TreeUoent Her OeNeai Seed Ortho Soybean Protectaat Planter HOT Treatment Fer Soybean* Verwm praMBcrfe Far Weed * Graei coBtrtl In •If N AMMONIUM NlflUTE Stl Nltrete* Bit N NITROGEN SOLUTION B* NITROGEN DaEUNOS MDBB PIETILIZEM *4J-M I-1MM tt-U-U POTASS! BlytheviUe Seed 1800 W. Main Phone PO 3-6856 ers. The new round Of turbulent weather came as rivers and lesser streams throughout the eastern half of Texas poured floodwaters toward the sea. Rains up to 21 inches had flooded wide areas, particularly to the east of Dallas. Compurer Talk BOSTON (AP) - Now the computers are talking back. Radio Corporation of America announced at a spring joint computer conference Wednesday it has developed a computer device which provides spoken replies to questions fed into it by telephone. The answers are prerecorded on a magnetic drum. LITTLE ROCK (AP)- A Pulaski Circuit Court jury reported it was deadlocked in deliberations Wednesday night in the trial of Ronald W. Dunn, 20, of Magnolia, Ohio, who is charged with first-degree murder. Dunn is accused of fatally beating Thomas D. Hoard, of Houston, last September and leaving his body in a shallow pond near the Pulaski-Saline County line. Judge William J. Kirby ordered deliberations resumed today. FAUBUS counted. million tax through the 1957 Faubus got issue for a term bid in 1958. School in Looking 1957. on his Rock Central 1958 in an uns to thwart integration. jobs. More than have mebmen hir this order. Except in Littl bus has not int school desegrega 1964. Faubus' House or S against U. S. Fulbright in 1968. while I can still win," replied. "I want couple of books, i Page One) ie votes were n endorsement pushing a $20 ease program )7 legislature, from the race :cessful third- criticized as a ial matters in ' t n but he won segregationists I Guard troops ock desegrega- k Central High s 1958 victory e closed Little igh School in ?6ssful attempt tion. segregationist candidates in A last year he ancles to being Negroes in key 200 Negroes ed as a result le Rock, Fau- «rferred in a ation situation as a leader in ;n before pass- rights act in ment may be is indicated an g for the U.S. ate, possibly :n. J. William intend to stay ?hy retire?" a this week. at winner and win," Faubus t to write a s, gather my n decide what to do next." He said that recent controversies over unauthorized salary increases in the Highway Department, his use of 120,000 in state funds to pay debts of a private horse show association and Republican criticism of the JlOO.OOO-plus home he is building in Huntsville had nothing to do with his decision to retire. I've never run away from trouble." Overbearing Problem Trouble was a bruin and there's a limit to what a man can bear, explained the farmer to the judge. Paul Guillot, 71, pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges of shooting a bear out of season but said the 200-pound beast had chased his cattle three times and he had chased the animal out of his pasture twice before killing it. Judge Frederick Ellis fined Guillot $25 but suspended the fine, saying he would have let the bear trespass only once. Spring Piano Classes Now Open Mrs. James Bassham 805 Robindale Call PO 3-0795 ROBERT MYERS Plumbing & Heating Sales & Service • 24 Hr. Service • Up To 5 Yr. Financial • All Work Guaranteed Call Today For Free Estimates PO 3-7243 Camera Brings TAMPA, Ha. (AP Brown of Tampa wat a traffic charge afl color movies in .city string of cars — and cle cop — making th gal left turn. "In this case I'll 1 tice with mercy," . Meyers said Wedne guilty!" Brown is the organ pa's Al Lopez Field i has seen the sam committed hundreds following home gar spring-training Cinci So after a patro him a ticket, B grabbed his camera 16 cars and a mot< making the turn. The film also show man stopping traffic game to permit the BE SA r Tftm trfl ty Lr/I US rJ YOUR PR PURS AND W( IN OUR B STORAGE VAl BESTW UI.J 1 TV Laundry Cl< PICK-UP A DEI RHH L^raKnHH «« •HffivtiSE p ° HEft pm 2-2408 RlSiiK MEMBE* "Not infaction of times es of the nati Reds, man gave Brown, 43, PROTECT PRECIOUS OOLENS BONDED Main MAPPEA/S PAA. See your nearby Plymouth Dealer AUTHORIZED DEAltm d CHRYSLER "61" MOTOR COMPANY, Highway 61-North, BlyHieville, Ark.

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