The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 10, 1966 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 10, 1966
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ftg* TVcIv* - Blythevllte (AricJCourttr Ken - TiiMtoy, M«y », MM US Officials Interested In Mongolian Contact WASHINGTON (AP) -. U.S. officials were reported looking with renewed interest today at the possibility of opening diplomatic relations with Mongolia, a 'pro-Soviet Communist country in central Asia brderirg the Soviet Union and Rod China. The move was proposed Monday by Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield. He said It would help to ease international tensions and provide the listening post" at a strategic point o fthe rivalry between Red China and the Soviet Union. The State Department was silent on Mansfield's proposal but policymakers are known to believe that it would work to U.S. advantage. However, the government of Nationalist China on Formosa has opposed U.S. recognition of Mongolia in the past. It regards that remote land as a part of China. The issue of U.S. nonrecogni- lion policy toward Mongolia arose in its sharpest form in 1961 after the Soviet Union in- sisted that if the African country of Mauritania was to be given a sea in the United Nations Mongolia must be admitted at the same time. ¥, * * As a result U.S. diplomats in Moscow discussed recognition with Mortfolian diplomats and found that the Mongolian government was agreeable to establishing diplomatic relations. Action was blocked, however, by Nationalist China which, as a member of the U.N. Security Today In Washington Council, threatened to veto Mongolian membership in the United Nations. The political tangle thus created was straightened out r r when the United States dropped | to five years their possible re- is recognition! plan and both' Mauritania and Mongolia were WASHINGTON (AP) - Rep. Wayne L. Hays has submitted to Congress • bill ipecifiying circumstances in which the government can withdraw passports. The State Department says the bill-the "United States Passport Act"—would replace all passport laws and regulations of the last 50 years. It would increase from three to five years the validity of passports and extend from two voted into the world organiza- tin. Since that time U.S. policy on the recognition question' has been reviewed periodically but without any publicly known action being taken. Daily Record Weather V. S. Weather Bureau Agricultural Service Keiser. Ark. Unseasonably cold air settled down over Arkansas and nighttime temperatures dropped into the upper 30s in north-central and northeast Arkansas and to the 40s elsewhere in the state. . A variable cloud cover in the north prevented temperatures from falling even lower. The cool weather will bs with us again today before a slow warming trend starts Wednesday. A low-pressure area is expected to develop in the Plains today and Wednesday and showers •will likely spread back and Thursday with the chance of shower activity reaching western portions of the state tonight. Yesterday's highs ranged from 59 at Harrison to 80 at Texarkana. At Harrison this represented a temperature fall of 30 degrees from Sunday's high reading. Soil temperatures took an expected nose dive last night and dropped to a low of 56 degrees at two inches at Keiser and Marked Tree. Mean two-inch soil temperatures yesterday dropped to 68 at Keiser, 70 at Marked Tree and 73 at Stuttgart. Planting activity will be in full swing In the Delta despite the cool temperatures. Rain expected later in the week will likely cause delays which can 111 be afforded this late in the season. Yesterday's high—60 Overnight low—39 Precipitation previous M Sours (to 7 a.m. today)—none Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—18.49 Sunset today—6:51 £unrlse tomorrow—5:01 This Date A Year AIO Yesterday's high—83 Overnight low—64 Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—19.02 World Deaths WICHITA FALLS, Tex. (AP) —J. J. Bridwell, 81, head of one of the largest independent oi producing companies in this region, died Monday. His Bridwell Oil Co. has more than 700 producing oil wells in Texas Oklahoma, Colorado, Wyoming Nebraska and Montana. Bridwell also was a rancher an( well-known cattle breeder. Markets Open Hign Low Last Chicago Wheat May July WASHINGTON (AP) - Robert W. Adams, 50, special assistant to Undersecretary of State Thomas C. Mann, died Monday following an operation at Fairfax (Va.) Hospital. Adams was a veteran of 21 years in the Foreign Service and had held many positions in the State Department as well as assignments in embassies abroad. > WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - Mrs. George H. Bruce, 57, a former Miss America from Oklahoma, died Sunday. She was born Norma Smallwood at Bristow, Okla., and won file Miss Oklahoma and Miss America titles in 1926. Her husband is president of the Aladdin Petroleum Corp. What's For Lunch? BLYTHKVDJLh Wednesday Hamburgers-Pickle-Mustard Buttered Potatoes Strip Carrots .Fruit Jello Cake Milk GOSNELL Wednesday Chicken Salad Green Beam. Glazed Canoti Chocolate Cake /Bread Butter -Milk Sept. 159% 158% 160% 160% 159 161% 159% 158% 160VS 159% 158H 160% Chicago Soybeans May July Aug. 301 304 301Vt 302Y 4 306 302% mYt 304 301% 301% 305'/s 301% New York Stocks Texas G. S Chrysler RCA A. T. & T. 95 3# 53 56 J /s Dow ..................... 73% Xerox .................. 235% GM ..................... 85% Pan Amer ............... 65% Ford ..................... 47% Westinghouse ............ 58% U. S. Steel ............... 46 Curtis Pub ............... 10 V4 Comsat .................. 51% Amer. Motors ........... 9 Sears .................... 56Y4 Parke Davis ............ 32% Gen. Beth. Elect ............. lOB'/i Steel .............. 33V4 Reynolds Tob ........... 39 Standard N. J ........... 73% Holiday Inn ............. 36% Ark-La .................. 42% Ark-Mo ................. 17% Divco-Wayne ............ 34 SEMO (Continued from Page One) Moreland, all of Portageville; Allen Black and Dick Wieath an, Maiden; Corley Overall Campbell; Tony Pippen, Johnny Mack atyl Larry Bobbins, Kennett; and Dennis Bacon, Senath Another meeting of the steering committee and all commi tee chairmen has been set for Thursday night at 7:00 (C.S.T. at the REA co-op building on Highway 84 to make further plans for the movement. Al such meetings are open to the public, Dr. John Scott, Kennett chairman^ stated. PROGRAM^ (Continued from Page One) made to add a touch of the past to Blytheville's 75th Anniversary Parade next Saturday at 11 a.m. Horsemen in the Blytheville area are urged to participate, and costumes for both rider and mount will be eligible for prizes, says Betsy Stalcup, parade chairman. These prizes, donated by the Cowpoke Western Shop, are a pair of boots and a pair of saddle bags. Trophy ribbons will also be presented. Those participating in the pa rade are asked to form at the Ninth St. Park (off Ash) no later than 10 a.m. Saturday. Further information may be obtained from Betsy Stalcup at PO 3-6227. The Judge Flipped ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A State Senate candidate, Robert Haner of Albuquerque, lias won his nomination by a head. Haner and Mrs. Irene Mathias led with 898 votes each in last Tuesday's Democratic primary election for the District 39 Senate nomination. They waived their right to a recount in favor of deciding the tit vote by a coin toss. The coin was flipped Monday >y Dist. Court Judge John tfcmmus and it came up heads, grdn| tht nomination to Hmer. i OBITUARY Hugh Wheat Service Held Funeral services for Hugh Wheat, 68, who died yesterday, were held this afternoon at 2 p.m. at Cobb Funeral Home chapel, with burial in Elmwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Cecil Priest, Buddy Terry, Roy Pruitt, Virgil Hill, Fred DeCuir and Clyde Turner. A resident here for 51 years, Mr. Wheat was a house painter and a former longtime employee of Chicago Mill and Lumber Co. G. 0. Payne Dies at Age 57 Gaston Oneal Payne, 57, died Saturday in New Orleans. He was a native of Blytheville and lived here most of his life. He was a salesman. He leaves one sister, Mrs. Elaine Rhodes, Houston; a brother, Burks Payne, Blytheville; And an aunt and uncle, Mrs. Ira Koonce and Eddie Burks, both of Blytheville. Services are incomplete. Cobb Funeral Home is in charge. in operation at Pine Bluff and Morrilton. WASHINGTON (AP) - Miss Margaret McLaughlin of Eureka Springs, Ark., will succeed Mrs. Lucile Leone May 15 as chief nursing officer of the U.S. Public Health Service, the agency said Monday. Mrs. Leone retired Feb. 1. Miss McLaughlin lias been regional nurse consultant for the Department of Health, Education and Welfare at Charlottsville, Va. since 1952. WASHINGTON (AP) - A grant of $21,853 to the Economic Opportunity Council of the Ozarks, Inc., was awarded Monday by the Office of Economic Opportunity for use in development of jobs in the area. The Council said it would work with employers and unemployed persons in an effort to fill jobs in the area. WASHINGTON (AP)- Army Pfc. Britt Tell Jr. of Jonesboro, Ark., was among 38 military men listed Monday by the De- newals. The bill submitted by the Ohio Democrat also would authorize the secretary of state to impose restrictions on travel to certain areas "when certain carefully specified conditions require." These restrictions would expire automatically at the end of each year unless the secretary of stat renewed them. WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S. sources say the United States is not considering the United Arab Republic's request for a new $150-million Food for Peace program. The sources say American help probably will end when the present U.S. aid program expires June 30 unless President Gamal Abdel Nasser halts his agressive behavior. began during the first three monthi oi 1968. CAPITAL FOOTNOTES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The House unanimously >assed and sent to the Senate Monday a bill authorizing a $2,259,958,000 budget for the Atomic Energy Comission for the year starting July 1. The budget includes $649 million for the weapons program, $430.8 million for reactor development and $258.9 million for physical research. The Senate confirmed the appointment of two ambassadors Monday. W. Tapley Bennett Jr., now ambassador to the Dominican Republic, becomes ambassador to Portugal. Findley Burns Jr., now administrative counsel in the U.S. Embassy in London, becomes ambassador to Jordan. The State Department says King Faisal of Saudi Arabia will pay a state visit to the United States June 21-July 1. The Army, noting an acute shortage of nurses because of the Viet Nam conflict, has begun "Operation 900" in an attempt to get that many new WASHINGTON (AP) -The Labor Department says 406,000 workers—the highest number for the first three months of any year since 1953—have been idled by strikes in the first quarter of this year. The department's preliminary statistics indicate that 3.2 million man-days working time were lost in the 755 strikes that fense Department as having been killed in Viet Nam. Tell, the son of Mrs. Elnora Watkins of Jonesboro, died of non-hostile causes, the department said. Arkansas News Briefs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Bids on four more state trade schools will be opened here May 17 by the state Board of Education. The state has allocated $1.5 million for constructing and equipping the schools at El Dorado, Marked Tree, Harrison and Forrest City. Vocational-technical schools are under construction at Hope, Ozark, Burdette and Searcy and Political Candidates The Courier News has been authorized to announce the following candidates for office in the forthcoming Democratic Primary election: Legislative Post No. 2 BILLY NICHOLSON District Prosecuting Attorney RALffl E. WILSON Play Ground Equipment • SWINGS • SLIDES • CLIMBING TOWERS • MERRY-GO- ROUND FIELD SEEDS/ CHEMICALS & FERTILIZERS SOYBEAN SEED Non-Cert. Hood Ofdcn Ue 3.80 3.75 3.90 3.90 3.90 " 71-76% " 73-78% " 80 or Better " 80 " " " 80 " " COTTON SEED Certified Rex Smooth Leaf Germ. 80% or better S8.25 CWT " Stonville 213 " 73% " " 8.25 " Stonvllle 7A " 75% " " 8.Z5 " Golden Acres Hy-Bee 300 " 80% " " 14.50 " FOR LAWNS — ORCHARDS & GARDENS Vertagreen Lawn Si Garden Fertilizer - Vertajreen Lawn A Tree Fertilizer • Ortho Rose Dust • Rose Food & Phaltan For Roses Weedez Bar - Dowpon Grass Killer Bar - Dowpon Grass Killer - Oacthal Toxaphene Dust - Fire Ant Killer - Malathion - Isotoi - D.D.T. - Home Orchard Spray Bug Geta Pellets - Chlordane - Ortho Sevin Dust • DiptreJ Fly Bait - Orthocide 50 Wettable Captan - Ken Ssrayall • Hudson Sprayer - Nutra Seeder Roto Power Duster - Lawn Broadcast Spreader - Bermuda Grass Seed both Hulled & Unhulled - Blue Grass Seed Di-Syston Granular & Liquid For Early Insect Control] on Cotton Herban & Planavln 75 Herbicide For Weed & Grass ControU In Cotton Ortho Soil Treater X Planter Box Treatment For Cotton Seed Ortho Soybean Protectant Planter Boi Treatment For Soybeans Vernam Preamerge For Weed & Grass control in Soybeans Big N AMMONIUM NITRATE 33.5 Nitrogen Big N NITROGEN SOLUTION 32% NITROGEN DaRLINGS MIXED FERTILIZERS 0-25-25 5-20-20 6-24-24 12-12-12 POTASH GRANULAR 60% Blytheville Seed Co. 1800 W. Main Phone PO 3-6856 Under New Management! LOGAN'S TEXACO SERVICE and the RED ROOSTER Serving a Complete. Menu with the Finest Chair-Broiled Steaks Between Memphis and St. Louis 'Trust Your Car to the Man with the Star" R. E. JAQUES, STATION MGR. KATIE JAQUES, INNKEEPER No. 9 Rood and Interstate 55 4 MIlM No. of Bfrthevilk >/ 2 Mile E»8t of Yarbro School PO 3-9715 — "We Never Close" let Spared Hammer NEW YORK (AP) - The old Metropolitan Opera House was spared the wrecker's ball today, undramatically. "No permit has been 1 granted and none has been applied for," said Charles G. Moerdler, city buildings commissioner. Moerdler said no wrecking permit would be issued without careful scrutiny. He said he would consider reports that the state legislature plans to order a reprieve of several months to give a "Save the Met" campaign * chance to raise $8 million. That amount, four times what it cost to build the Opera House W 1883, is what the opera company says it's worth now, But lie opera company would prefer CAPITAL QUOTE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "The help of more individuals within the scientific comunity will be sought through contracts calling for prompt, in-depth investigation of selected UFO reports."—The Defense Department announcement that the Air Force is planning to hire scientists to help it check out flying saucer reports. MARK IV 2«,000-MILE AUTOMOTIVE TYPE WARRANTY Prices « Start < As Low As 249 Inst. Complete Air Cond. Service On All Makes & Models 50 Plus Parts PORTA-TAPE SETS or STEREO SETS to Fit Any Make or Model As 50700 Low As 01 Inst. GENTRY'S GARAGE 517 W. Ash — PO 3-4269 Special Special 'BIG BOY' Tomato Plants Each in its own Individual pot and selling for 15c Each or $1.50 Dozen Also Half Grown YARD PLANTS McADAMS GREENHOUSES 206 E. Davis Jo rent the site near Timet Square for $200,000 a year to a firm which plans to demolish the opera house and erect an office building. COBB FUNERAL HOME COURTEOUS SERVICE HUGH WHEAT, t p.m. Tuesday, Cobb Chapel. * * * DEE CRINER, 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Cobb Chapel. * * * GASTON O'NEAt PAYNE "Arrangements Incomplete" "Cowpoke" WESTERN SHOP SEE US ... For Nocona Boots, Saddles, Tack, Grooming Supplies, & Clothing, Driftwood Arrangements Sale South of Blytheville on Hwy. 61 GOOSEY'S TIRE SHOP & GARAGE General Auto Repairs Welding • Tractor Tires Flats • Vulcanizing Tube Repair • Valve Stem LAWNMOWER REPAIR FREE PICKUP 4 DELIVERY 1000 N. 6th PO 3-9734 Rear Stricklanfl's Grocery HERMON JONES BUSINESS MEN'S ASSURANCE CM. 1420 OuKiD A»f °hnnt &74-f*0< Oat) foi Free Consultation insurance roi Estate Planning Sey Man 'artnershlp an cor- poratlnn Group Pension Ratlre- mem nnd Hnspltallzatlnn MISSCO House Movers PHONE PO 3-6726 PO 3-7882 PO 3-4186 For Free Estimate Blytheville, Ark. Find Our About CMG MAY 24, 1966 BE SAFE LET US PROTECT YOUR PRECIOUS FURS AND WOOLENS IN OUR BONDED STORAGE VAULTS. BESTWAY Laundry Cleaners PICK-UP & DELIVER! PO 2-2408 ^ 2012 MEMBER [OPEN WsiiJf MFA SERVICE EAST HI-WAY 18 AT 1-55 \WELCOME We Want Your Business ... Stop |& Let Us Show You.' FOR GREENER LAWNS! fertrlome IRON Containing CHELATED A complete, organic-base plant food with chelated Iron (FeTRACIN) added — 1 Ib. per 100 Ibs. Controls Iron chlorosis (yellowing of grass ^nd foliage) over long period of time, ' The Red Barn So. Hi-Way 61 Open Sunday Afternoon Byrum Hdw. & Seed 118 E. Main Open Nightly 'til 9 p.m. Open 'til Noon Sunday The New BIG PRO - MOW Built to withstand the rugged demand of heavy duty mowing. The high wheel 24 inch cut. 4 horsepower Briggs and Stratton motor. None bigger or bettr than PRO - MOW 159 95 GENTRY'S GARAGE 517 W. ASH PHONE PO 3-4269

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