The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 9, 1966 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 9, 1966
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Pitt Two - Blythevllto (Ark.) Courier News - Tbuntey. 3w» », MM __ TWO VIEWS FROM THE MOON ~" Almost tour months to the day after the Soviet Union succeeded in lending the first camera-carrying spacecraft on the moon, the United States has duplicated the teat with more advanced equipment promising to yield scientific information for outstripping the Soviet achievement. This is how the American Surveyor and the Soviet Luna-9 compare statistically and in first pictures transmitted to earth. SURVEYOR Landing: June 2, 1966 Height: Ten feet Landing Weight: 620 pounds Power: Solar cells recharged by sun for unlimited life Pictures: 144 first day, capability of hundreds per day LUNA-9: Landing: Feb. 3, 1966 Height: Two feet Landing Weight: 220 pounds Power: Short-life storage batteries Pictures; Reported 27 I .-."sfef^v-:/ \* ^ -^ \ ^ ', , -" \ . A-'- .•'-•-" * ,'-'" <£•- '•*• ', **"' \ ;-5v"*;V"- ! N . -'V< v «r - fc-'^-C*^ 'VAV^, *"\ -.- V ,i*iw.-,rt—..,vii-.*u • * i^ • vJ . , . • Composite picture shows Surveyor's view of rubble-strewn, flat surface of Ocean of Storms. Details include: 1) small crater; 2) rock about 6 inches high, 12 inches long; 3) Surveyor antenna mounted with test target for television system; 4) hill or mountain on lunar horizon. Surveyor is expected to continue functioning for some two weeks, until lunar night shuti off solar-cell power supply. Luna-9, also landing in the Ocean of Storms, photojraphed limilor rock and crater de- fails. Arrow indicates what is believed to be tip of one of the unfolding, petal-like panels that protected camera during flight from earth. Rarher than being slowed by retrorockets for a soft landing as was Surveyor, erash-pfoof Luna is believed to hav« reached sutfflct in a free fall after election from carrier vehicle just before impact. Today In History By THE ASSOCIATED CRESS Today It Thursday, June ». the 160th day of 1966, There are 205 days left la the year. Today'! highlight irt history: On this date in 1953, a devastating tornado touched down in Worcester, Mass., and neighboring towns, killing at least 97 person: and injuring 1,250 others. Damage estimates ran as high as 52 million dollars. On this date In 1791, the author 6( "Home, Sweet Home" — John Howard Payne — was born in New York City. In 1940, the Norwegian army surrendered to the Nazis during World War II. In 1942, a combined production and rescources board was set up by the U.S. and Britain. In 1943, Bernard Baruch was appointed special adviser to the Office of War Mobilization. In 1945, wartime Japanese Premier Kantaro Suzuki it* nounced that Japan would fight to the last. ; Ten years ago — West Ger« man Chancellor Konrad Adenauer arrived In New York en route to Washington for a week of official conferences; with U.S., officials. . •••' Five years ago - Th« U. N. Security Council called on Portugal tOi In its words, desist from repressive measure* In tt« West African colony of Angola, humemoer ritj Your P»pw Boy WHY m MORE ran nuttr of HEADACHE PAIN? IN JUST 15 MINUTES IF YOU HAVE TO SCRATCH YOUR ITCH, Vour 48c back »t any dru( store. Qulck-drylne ITCH-ME-NOT deadens the Itch. Antlfeptle action kllli germs to speed heslinf. Fine for eczema, insect bites, foot Itch, other surface rashii. NOW It Itiwut Dr»( Store. Non> «t:onatr-»it coitt Imtton (tiding "i«lr« Ingrtdltnli" trtttlt. Get the best less! ' iSIJOSEPH ASPIRIN .. FAT OVERWEIGHT AvullnDle to sou without > dootor'i prescription, our product called G»l* ftxon You must lose ugly *»t or sour monej b«ok. O«l»xtm II « «•»lot and emlly ew«l!owtd Oet rid at excess r»t «nd live lonser. a«l«xoB cost! 13.00 «nd li «oW on tills iU»r- ar.tee: If not satisfied for any reason just return the package to your clrueslat and stl your full money back. No question asked. Galaxop It «old with this euirantot Or; Stewart's Drue Store—ZOO B. Main Mall Orders Filled BiBinwi] ........... niniiniiinin ......... iiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniini Warm Up, Sweetie! V 'an KJuren S (MeNaucbt Syndicate Inc.) ... DEAR ABBY: I stopped by "i'rny husband's place of busi- Sness just before closing time ™to get a lift home. When I Xwalfced in, he had the guiltiest Slooit on his face, and the Sback door of his office was gwide open. There was • chair. ~4rawn up right next to his. I Sfelt the seat, and it was still fwarm. ?• We have been married 35 -years, and I never worried J about his taking an interest Eta other women because for Sthe last 10 years he has had 5no interest in me. Now I am 5 beginning to wonder if maybe £the reason he had no interest Sin me was because he was all ^worn out from his interest in Mothers. I would like your opin- | lon ' SUSPICIOUS NEWS BRIEFS 5 ST. LAMBERT, Que. (AP) ^Traffic through the Montreal•take Ontario .section of the St. Lawrence Seaway during April ia'nd May increased 29.5 per cent river the same month last year, Tiays Transport Minister J. W. :Pickersgill. :" He said April-May tonnage yvas 11.2 million compared to 8.6 -million in 1965. "r GALVESTON, Tex. (AP) - A icar sailed off a seawall and sjanded upside down 15 feet be- 3ow — and all 11 persons in the ••yeliicle escaped serious injury. 5 Police said the vehicle collid- ;id seconds earlier with another Automobile. Its three occupants '-»\so emerged with only scratch- ajs. The second car. stayed in the Street. | BERLIN (AP) - The corner^tone has been laid for a $3.5- ijnillion building complex for the iGerman-American John F. Ken- •iedy School about a mile from •ithe Communist East German riorder. 3 WASHINGTON (AP) - The ;House of Representatives has ;|iven final approval to a concurrent resolution to place a Statue of Italian-born architect Constantino Brumidi in the Capitol's Senate wing. The Senate Spproved the resolution March « BOSTON (AP) - Gov. John a. Volpe has filed a bill with the legislature calling for a 10- jyear, $5-million bond issue for jjlfater resource development, fi Volpe a message that $o relief from the state's fivc- ^ear drought ^can be • expected »oon. He said ."far more exten- fliy information" is needed for Wafer planning. Volpe said the , bond issue would be matched by | federal grant*. . • i iiHiiaBiiiiaiiaiiBiiiiaauJiiiiiiaiiiiiiw.'.^''.!-! 1 .!'.'-!* 1 '.'! 1 ' 1 '™ 191111111111 DEAR SUSPICIOUS: 'It could be that the hot seat you're worrying about results from your cold shoulder. Warm up one and watch the other cool off. ..DEAR ABBY: I am a young mother of three who has lived in this neighborhood only a few months. When I need something from the store in a hurry, I ask my neighbor's 12-year-old daughter to go to the store for me, Of course I pay her for it. When she returns, she makes a habit of sitting around my house for a few hours. I never especially like telling her to go home. Well this little monster went home and told her mother that she does my housework and baby sits for me while I go across the street to the bar to get drunk! Her mother believed her, too. A neighbor told me this. All I could do was deny it. My husband wants to move away from this neighborhood but I love my house. What's the solution? A GOOD MOTHER DEAR MOTHER: When you seen this little "monster" ask her if she wants to tell her mother she lied, or does she want YOU to tell her. Don't let a 12-year- old tale • bearer drive you out of a house you love. DEAR ABBY: I am faced with a situation which baffles me, I am a grown woman of 40, and a neighbor of mine (also a grown woman) is my problem. Everytime I am in her company she paws and pels me and grabs my hand and tries to hold it. She Is constantly kissing me. I have been told she is "lonely." Well, I've been "lonely," too, NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State of Arkansas, for a permit to sell and dispense beer at retail, on the premises described as Razorback Restaurant, Blytheville, Arkansas. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude. That no license to sell beer by the undersigned been revoked within the past five years. That the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this State, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 1st day of, July, .1966, and to expire on the 30th day of June, 1967. Undersigned: Rube Elliott. 'Subscribed and sworn to before me this day, June 7,1966. Edna Stromire, Notary Public. but not for another woman. I try to stay away from her unless our husbands are around, but she comes over when I'm alone. I've told my husband why this neighbor makes me nervous, but he says she's a married woman and I am making a lot out of nothing. I am running out of excuses to keep her away from me. T feel like a prisoner in my own home. My husband is a physician so I can't sign my name. Can you help me? A PRISONER DEAR PRISONER: Apparently you have an abnormal neighbor womani of a very sticky variety. Assuming you are not unconsciously encouraging her, and from your letter I would my you are not, the time has come for you to stiffen your spine and TELL her if she doesn't quit pawing you, she isn't welcome. Life presents many situations requiring forthright acr tion if one is to protect him- telf, and if yon feel like a prisoner in your own home, this is definitely one of them. Problems? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal, 90069. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, sel • a dressed enveope. Halt to write letters? Be $1 to Abby, Box 6970U, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069, for Abby's booklet, "How to Write Letters fbr All Occasions." WEEKEND SPECIALS at West's-/n Plaza Shopping Center Special Purchase! Ladies NYLON BRIEFS Dainty Lace Trims Exceptional Values Special Purchase! Ladies Canvas CASUALS Slight Irregulars of Famous Brand that Noramlly Sells for more than Twice the Price. Stock Up! Use Our Lay Away Plan TOWEL BONANZA Our regular stock of 98c Bath Towels 66c Hurry For These! 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You'll never defrost again! • Twin Hydrators keep fruits and vegetables crisp, fresh! • Sliding shelf, brings back-shelf food out front! $ 364 With Operating Trade-In 95 THE POWER CAPSULE...SPACE AGE ADVANCE IN REFRIGERATION Packs more/power per cubic inch than past Frifid*ir« units . lor mort space, ntw features/ Halsell & White 207 W. Main Ph.3-6096

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