The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 9, 1966 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Hythevffl* (Ark) Court* Newi - Monday, May t, MM- Fife IfeNt round weapons including rockets, mines, torpedoes, depth - BWBttST to Jacksonville, Fl*, in the Atlantic. Today In History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ident Woodrow Wilson. In 1926, Adm. Richard E. Byrd flew over the North Pole. In 1936, Italy annexed Ethiopia. . Ten years ago—British Prime Minister Anthony Eden hinted that a British frogman, Lionel Crabb, may have been engaged in spying when he disappeared SUGGESTED COTTON WEEK PROCLAMATION I, Jimmy Edwards, Mayor o the City of Blytheville, do here by proclaim COTTON WEEK in this city for the week of May NEW YORK (AP) - Things a columnist might never know if ic didn't open his mail: Despite all the hullabaloo over highway safety, the Insurance Information Institute reports hat the nation's estimated economic loss from traffic accidents for the first two months of 1966 was $U33 billion, up $50 million for the similar period ast year. At least you're not lonesome if you have so-called athlete's :oot. Some 40 million Americans lave some form -of this ailment. George Washington was nei- iher as sby nor as stuffy as old- time history books made him appear. For example, he occasionally gave away lockets with a portrait of himself on Hie front and a mirror in back. The ladies so favored wore the lockets around their necks and used the mirror to see if their curls were in place. Facts to amaze your bartender with: An octopus has three hearts. You can now get your own face put on a wooden Indian statue carved' by Ozark ton and cottonseed products and the commerce and trade they generate are necessary to the well - being ot not only this county, but also state and nation, and WHEREAS, the multi-billion dollar American cotton industry has shown its belief in the American way by striving continually to better itself through product improvement, increased efficiency, and other efforts, THEREFORE, it does behoove all of us, who owe so much to this Industry and its products for our high standard of living, to pledge our support and endorsement through continued use of cotton and cottonseed products. For these reasons, citizens of Mississippi County are urged to native sculpton. It may depress you to learn that the $20-million luxury hotel Caesars' Palace, opening in Las Vegas, Nev., will have a men's room attendant named Marc Antony and women's room attendant named Cleopatra. How about the bouncer? Well, he'll be called Brutus. America's 18 million people over 65 spend some $36 billion a year — and some of it goes for dancing lessons as well Quotable notables: "How can i as wheel chairs. i you be expected to govern a Test your smart teen-ager by country that has 246 kinds of seeing if he can solve this puz- cheese?" — Gen. Charles de zler: "Ben is twice as old as Bill Gaulle. |used to be when Ben happened to be as old as Bill is now. Bill, is now 18 years old. How old is Ben?" Answer: Ben is 24. Some 500 objects now orbit the earth, including dead satel- lites and fragments of rockets. Bet you don't know that a well-hit golf ball can leave the club at 135 miles an hour. Nature note: A rat's incisors can grow five inches a year. That's why It has to knaw or die. Captive zoo animals usually live years longer than those, which run wild. observe the week of May 9-14 as through 14. . COTTON WEEK. Recognizing the invaluable j signed Jimrnie Edwards, Mayor part cotton plays in our econo- '" Sun - follower Separates with twiugtrtt It'i tht origin*) Going Study" ring of rich IOK geld mond*. ANOTHER DREIFUS VALUE J GIFTS For The Bride! Toaay is Monday, may a, me !9th day of 1966. There are 236 ays left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1945, Marshal ermann Goering of Germany urrendered to the U.S. 7th rmy. On this date In 1502, Christopher Columus sailed from Spain on his ist voyage— seeking a- route to is spice islands. In 1781, the Spaniards cap]red Pensacola, Fla. In 1914, Mothers Day was es- jblished as the second Sunday i May by proclamation of Pres- er anchored in Portsmouth Harbor. Five years ago — The new chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, Newton Minow, referred to television as a "vast wasteland." One year ago — Russia launched an effort to make a soft landing on the moon— but it was a failure. The oldest forms of actual writing were in the Sumerian language. The words chicory, hyssop, myrrh and saffron all were borrowed from this ancient language. of it in our daily lives, I do further proclaim that: WREHEAS, our country is served by cotton in some way constantly, and WHEREAS, colton, in addition to supplying much of our needs for clothing and other indispensable items, also provides seed as a source of healthful and nutritous foods, and WHEHEAS, the cotton 'fiber, through inherent qualities and through the wonders of modern science, has attributes unmatched by any other fiber, and WHEREAS, production of cot- Remember Pay Your Paper Boy MISSCO House Movers PHONE PO 3-6726 PO 3-7882 PO 3-4186 For Free Estimate Blytheville, Ark. For The Graduates! For Those People Who Already "HAVE EVERYTHING!" AT THE NEW O'Steen's 105 W. Main Located Next Dopr To Fred's Dollar Store i said, "Show me a filter cigarette that really delivers taste and I'll eat my hat!" • «^™— Dreitus Otters 17- JEW EL ELGIN on// 19 95 • When Case, Crown Crystal Are Intact USE YOUR CREDIT OPEN AN ACCOUNT You con depend on It... for oteu- racy... for smart design... for low, low price. Lady'* dainty dre« flyle... mon'i waterproof * with luminous dial and ' W " P Ta°nd. ONLY f2 A MONTH Try before you buy! SKIDMORE PIANO CO. Rent* Baldwin-built Flam for as littlest ilOandntk 101 E. Main St. Phone PO 3-7971 by Stockton Koratron THI MIRACtl OF PIRMANINT MMSS FASHIONIO M THI LOW, UAH, UftfiT LOOK OF SUMMII '** You mix 'em .'. . you match 'em ... you wear them for their flattering beautv you like them for their wonderful washability and they never need ironing.' Here is the lean look as only Stockton of Dallas can,tailor . . . on the clean line* that have made them a favorite all across the land. The bottom! in pink"turquoise or navy ... the print blouse in dyed to match turquo.se and pink. A. Jamaica ihorti, 8 to 16 -3.W C. Knee-knocker 8 to 18 -Mt I. Slim tkirt, 8 to 1« AW B. Print shirt, 32 to 38 LW 1 Petrte slack, 6 to U, AM Western Canvas FROM OUT OF THI WIST... STOCKTON TAKES CANVAS TO CMATI A NIW IOOK IN CASUAL SPORTSWIAR Always a style setter, Stockton does it again with the western look in a new dimension. Again, the long, leggy look but now with a touch of the Texai range to give it fashion spice. You'll want a complete outfit . .. and the navy trimmed with orange Poor Boy can be worn over it all. The bottoms are in a true shade of Range Wheat trimmed with a touch of orange. f. Poor Boy, 6 to U 0. Jamaica Jhorrs, 6 to _3.9» H. A line skirt, 6 to U 4.99 i. Slim slacks, 6 to 14

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