•frthevffle (Art.) Cturhr Km » Friday. May », HM- Stvea FAUBUS (Continued from Fife One) talked to," he Mid. Stafford said many people are dissatisfied because the commission has been discriminatory In its road build- Ing, but he said they are not ready for impeachment. Hampton said he had been receiving indirect pressure to "ease up and cool Off" before the Legislative Joint Auditing Committee hearing May 27 into the highway pay raises. The raises were cancelled shortly after they were revealed publically. Faubus said a special session sometime after the July 26 party primaries would deal mainly with consolidation of the state's two tuberculosis sanatoriums and getting additional space for work with handicapped children. He refused to say he would not include possible impeachment proceedings in the session call. Five senators can start impeachment proceedings by asking in writing for the removal of highway commissioners. The Seriate hears in public any evidence related to the reasons for removal. A commissioner so attacked has a right to legal counsel. After the hearing the senate goes into executive session and votes in secret ballot on whither to remove the commissioner, with a majority vote carrying the issue. The dill, a plant of the par§ley family, is said to be the anise spoken of in the Bible. Only bird in the world that never touches land is the great emperor penguin. SERVICES BY COBB ' FUNERAL ROME COURTEOUS SERVICE' Daily Record CITY Markets OpeaffiAU* Urt Chicago Wheat May ISOtt 162V« 16QU 16H4 July 159V4 161ft 199ft 160%. Sept. 162 l«3tt 162 163% Chicago Soybeans May 302% 304% 302% 304% July 305% 307% 305% 307% Aug. 302% 304%. 302% 304% N«w York Stocks Texas G. S 91 Chrysler 41% RCA 51V« AT&T 85% Dow 72% Xerox 229% GM 84 Pan Amer 63% Ford 46% Westing'hse UVt U. S. Steel 44% Curtis Pub 9% Comsat S0 3 /4 Amer Motors 9% Sears 57% Parke Davis 31% Gen. Elect 105% Beth. Steel 32% Reynolds Tob 38% Standard NJ 73% Holiday Inn 36 Ark-La 43% Ark-Mo 17% Divco-Wayne 33% Pointed Sign ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) —Two men walked up to the James Pech jewelry store Thursday, hung a sign on the front door and entered. Then they drew guns, tied up Pech, a clerk and two customers, filled a shopping bag with $10,000 worth of jewelry and escaped in two automobiles—on* belonging to one of the customers. The sign they put on the front door? It said "Closed Until Noon." 14 Kt. Gold Pendants A large selection of beautiful Pearl, Diamond and Petrl, Heart Shape Pen> danfci your enoiee. — T/eafe&tt— MKTDUinii.JV.WIAl DIAMONDS Weather U. S. Weather I Agricultural Service KeUer. Ark. Thunderstorm! and rainshow- ers which rumbled over the state last night have diminished somewhat this morning. However, at 9 a.m. cloudy skies were quite prevalent and light rain was reported in some localities. As the weak frontal system which has triggered the rain moves slowly southeastward today indications are that by late afternoon the rain will end. There is the probability of another low developing on the front over Louisiana with the chance of showers again late Saturday and Sunday. Twenty-four hour precipitation amounts this morning are quite varied. Ranging from a trace at Clarksville and Portland to two inches or more at Greenbrier and Damascus. A considerable range of temperatures has also been noted over the state with highs of 63 at Fayetteville and 87 at Camden. This morning low readings covered a 20-degree range from 45 to 65. The five-day outlook, 6 a.m. Saturday to 6 a.m. Tuesday, calls for temperatures to range from five degrees below normal south portion, to ten degrees below normal north. Mild until turning a little cooler early next week and warmer about the middle of next week. Normal highs 74 to 82. Normal low 54 to 61. Rainfall will average near one inch but locally one-and-one-half inches mainly during the weekend and early next week. Soil temperatures In the north Delta continued to be a little on the cool side. Of greater concern, however, is the wetness of the fields. Even with no more rain it wffl be Monday afternoon or Tuesday before field work will be possible. The chance of additional showers this weekend and early next week may cause a still longer delay. TeiUrdty'l WiR—78 Overnight low—W PreclplUtion prevloul 14 noun (to 7 ».m. today)—.11 Precipitation Jan. 1 to dat»—19.2J Sunset today—«:!« Sunrise tomorrow—4:58 Thil D»t« A Y««t ACO TMttrday'i high—83 Overnight low—!» PreclplUtion Jan. 1 to date— 1B.1B World Deaths LONDON (AP) - Percy Kahn, 85, pianist and composer who accompanied such singers as Dame Nellie Melba, Louisa tetrazzini and Rihard Tauber, died Thursday. Kahn, who composed many songs, also accompanied violinist Mischa Elman. Buell W. Carter, MFA Agent 123 N. Broadway (Corner Noble Hotel) Phono PO 3-3361 Attention Farmers CLOSE-OUT ON Cotton Hoes .. ea. $1.69 Fondren & Sons Hdw. And Gifts 113 W. Main "Free Parking In Rear" Ph. PO 3-4520 Negro Deaths Mrs. Adner Arnold Services for Mrs. Adner Ar nold, 49, who died in Little Rock earlier this week, will be held Sunday at 10 a.m. at New Bethal Baptist Church, with Rev. G. H. Conway in charge. Burial will be in Cart Cemetery in Armorel. Mrs. Arnold leaves a daughter, Alpha Mae Arnold of Blythe Ville; Four sisters, Jess* Virgel of Fresno, Cal, Mrs. Louise Hawks of Little Rock, Hazel Mae Virgel of Kansas City, Mo., and Mrs. Vernela Foster of Chandler, Arizona; Two brothers, Eugen and Walter Virgel, both of L i 111 e Rock; And two grandchildren. Grumpier Funeral Home is in charge. 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 34269 (Cortnaed from Page Ota) Pageant Tomorrow's parade will begin at 11 a.m., with some 25 units participating, according to Dickie Mokes, co-chairman of .the event. All participants are asked to report to Mickey Shelton, cochairman with Nokes, at the Little League ballpark on 9th, one block off Ash, between 10 a.m. and 10:15 a.m. tomorrow. Rev. Martin Wilkinson will be speaker Sunday at joint vesper services conducted by the Blytheville Ministerial Alliance, beginning at 4 p.m. at the Walker Park Grandstand. Public is invited to these services. "Yug" is south in the Slavic language, so Yugoslavia means "land of the South Savs." NOTICE OF SALE OF CITY OF LUXORA, ARKANSAS GENERAL OBLIGATION INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT BONDS Notice is hereby given that the City of Luxora, Arkansas (called "City") will sell on auction bids I its proposed issue of $40,000 City I of Luxora, Arkansas General Obligation Industrial Development Bonds (called "Amendment No'. 49 Bonds"). The bonds will be dated June 1, 1966, will bear interest at the rate or rates named by the successful bidder, payable semiannually on June 1 and December 1 of each year, commencing December 1, 1966. The bonds will mature serially on June 1 of each year as follows: YEAR 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1989 • 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 AMOUNT $ 750 750 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,250 1,250 1,250 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,750 1,750 2,000 2,000 2,250 2,250 2,250 2,250 2,500 2,500 2,750 The bonds are being issued under the provisions of Amendment No, 49 the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, and the proceeds of the bonds will be used for the acquisition by the City of lands and the construction of a building which will be operated ai a manufacturing plant for manufacturing bumpers and such other products as National Bumper Exchange, Inc. of West Memphis (called "National Bumper Exchange") shall determine to manufacture, arid the development and utilization (including sale where necessary) of the remaining portion of the lands for the securing and developing of industry (called the "Industrial Project"), the payment of expenses and expenditures in connection therewith and in connection with the financing (called "Project cost"). A portion of the Project, Including the building, is to be leased to National Bumper Exchange. The Amendment No. 49 Bonds will not be secured by a pledge of or lien on the Project, or revenues derived therefrom. The Amendment No. 49 Bonds will be general obligations of the City and the City will pledge its full faith, credit and taxing power, including a five (5 mill special tax upon the dollar of the assessed valuation of all taxable real and personal property in the City, levied under the provisions of Amendment No. 49, subject, however, to suspension of the collection of all or a portion of said tax, at the discretion of the City Council, in any year for which other revenues are available for application to the payment of maturing principal and interest on the Amendment No. 49 Bonds (the details of which suspension will be spelled out in the Ordinance of the City authorizing the issuance of the Amendment No. 49 Bonds. The assessed valuation Of all taxable real and personal property in the City for the year 1965, the last assessment of record, is $413,560.00 The Amendment No. 49 Bonds shall be callable, in inverse numerical order, at a price of par and accrued interest as follows: from surplus tax collections, or any available funds and income from the development, utilization and sale of all or any part of the Industrial Project, or proceeds of the sale of the bonds not needed for construction of the Project on any interest payment date; from funds from any source on any interest payment date on and after June 1, 1971. The purchaser may name the Trustee and Paying Agent for the Amendment No. 49 Bonds: The purchaser will be required to pay the fee of Smith, Williams, Friday & Bowen, Bond Counsel, Little Rock, Arkansas upon whose approving opinion the bonds will be issued. All other expenses of the issue, including without limitation, the printing of the bonds and the Trustee's fee for authenticating the bonds, will be paid by Delta Securities, Inc., Little Rock, Arkansas, the City's fiscal agent, or by the H&D SHOP Wholesale Bait & Tackle • Mlnnowi • Gold Fish • Red Bin Shlnen • Worm* • Tutties • Cricked • Crawfish • Ice • Outboard Motor Oil ft Gas • Hunting A Fishini Licenses Open 24 Hrs. on Weekend Ph. PO 3-1467 216 Laclede Blytheville, Ark. R. J. "Buddy" Donner, Manager (••••••••••••»••*••• •PAID: : ••* When hospital and doctor bills mount tip It's a great feeling to have Mutual of Omaha help pay them. Find out why 10 many folks in this area have chosen Mutual of Omaha's low-cost, bte benefits protection. Call or write— Frank King, Agent P.O. Box 866 — BlytnevUto Phone PO 2-3000 Representing Mutual • of Omaha MUTUAL OF OMAHA INSURANCE COMPANX LIFE INSURANCE: UNITED OF OMAHA Borne Office: Omaha, Nebraska Under New Management! LOGAN'S TEXACO SERVICE and the RED ROOSTER INN Serving a Complete Menu with the Finest Chair-Broiled Steaks Between Memphis and St. Louis "Trust Your Car to (he Man with the Star" R. E. JAQUES, STATION MGR. KATIE JAQUES, INNKEEPER , No. 9 Road and Interstate 55 4 Miles No. of Blytheville </, Mile East of Yarbro School PO 3-9715 — "We Never Close" City, and the purchaser will have no responsibility therefor. Supplemental coupons and dual coupons will not be permitted, but the .bonds may be converted to an tout bearing a lower rate or rates of interest, provided the conversion is in accordance with the 'Universal Bond Values Tables, and upon such terms that the City receive no less and pay no more than it would receive and pay if the bonds were not converted. No bid of less than par and accrued interest will be entertained, and the award, if made, will be to the bidder whose bid results in the lowest net interest cost to the City to be determined by computing the aggregate interest cost to the City from the date of the bonds to maturity at the rate or rates bid and deducting therefrom any premium bid. The City reserves the right to reject any or all bids. All prospective bidders are hereby notified that the sale of the Amendment No. 49 Bonds is contingent 'upon the approval of the electors of the City at a special election to be held in the City on May 31,1966. The sale will be held at 10:00 o'clock a.m., on the 1st day of June, 1966, at City Hall in the City of Luxora, Arkansas. Each bidder will be required to file a certified or cashier's check in the amount of $800. on a bank that is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, payable to the City, to be re-. tained as liquidated damages in the event the bidder is awarded the sale of the bonds but fails to complete the purchase. Checks of unsuccessful bidders will be promptly returned. Interest will not be paid on good faith cheeks. For further information address the undersigned or Delta Securities, Inc., Investors Preferred Life Bldg., Little Rock, Arkansas. GIVEN this 29th day of April, 1966. MOSES SLMAN Mayor of Luxora, Arkansas 4/29-5/6-13 At DREIFUS JEWELERS This Graduation give him the newest timepiece MCUTON "412" Srrart ityllni in i IOK 1014 Illlld uu, Rllltd tinted mirk- , ers, luminous hinds, witir. pioof',iJi«l«iil!tint, illliitor •trip. IIM.W. since 1664. MCimUNSPMEVIEW'H" ;,: The most uiwual timepiece ev«' ' VMtid. Transparent dial jtts you us (hi ipici movement,... Waterproof, inock.protected,' Yellow cm top, itilnlm tteil luck, idjustiblt bud. StSO.Ot That was the year they put the balance wheel Into the watch and started watches ticking. Now the tick lock is obsolete. After 300 years, it's been replaced by the tiny Accutrorftuning fork which keeps time through vibrations. The^result: a very faint hum and the most precise wrist timepiece ever, Accutronguaranteestaverage monthly' accuracy within 60 seconds. We'd say this is the perfect gift of time. 3 WAYS TO BUY: • CASH • CHARGE • LAY AWAY EASY TERMS |W. will «tl"l M All HtolWKt. H HfONMF, OwOMM It (« <M Ml MO'. *WhM caw crytif 1 «d CIWM or* In CKY 13' SPECIAL! 2 PIECE SOFA SUITE Free 39x58 Plaid Blanket f f_ £\ 95 With Each Suite Puchased During The Sale FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY HUBBARD & HOKE FURNITURE your WESTINGHOUSl Deafer Manila, Arkansas Drive a Few Miles! SAVE A LOT OF DOLLARS Biggest Selection! Biggest Bargains! In This Entire Area! 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