The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 23, 1966 · Page 3
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Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier News - Thursday, June M, im - Page TTirtr Daily Record Wtathcr U. 8. Weitter Bonn Acriculturu service Reiser. Ark. A slow-moving front pushing southward out of the upper plains offers the next hope of substantial shower activity in Arkansas. However, its movement into the area is by no means assured. High pressure continues over the state and only isolated and insignificant thundershowers are expected over the west and south border areas Friday afternoon. Parts of the state are expected to benefit from increasing weekend shower activity but even then the average will be spotty and amounts quite light. Yesterday's highs were in the mid 80s in the northwest hills and in the upper 80s to mid 90s elsewhere. Overnight lows were generally in the 50s in the north hills and 60s elsewhere. The dry weather continues to be a critical factor for agriculture in the state. Reduced yields may be expected from soybeans planted this late. Showers needed to even start this late soybean seeding are not likely to materialize until the weekend and even then coverage will be spotty. It is likely that due to these conditions that a good deal of soybeans will not even be planted due to insufficient topsoil moisture. Weed and insect control practices will continue to occupy most of the far mer's efforts as he hopefully waits for rain. Twt«rday's hlsh— 9S Precipitation previous 24 hours (to T w.ro. tod,ajr)—none Precipitation Jan. 1 to dst«—li.«l Sunset today—7:1 B fiunrtse tomorrow— 4 :48 Thli Date A Year Aro Teflterday's hiKh—91 Overnight low—70 Frecipltatlon Jan. 1 M date—23.60 Markets Open fllin Low Chicago Whiar July 184'/i 188 184'/4 Ust Sept. Dec. 189 192 190% 187% 192 Chicago Soybeans July 344 350 344 Aug. Sept. 334Vi 310Vi 343 317% 334',4 310V4 187'A 190'A 195 348',i 340% 314% New York Stocks Texas G.S 11014 Chrysler 41'/s RCA 51% AT&T 54% Dow 68% Xerox 266 GM 8114 Pan Amer 78 Ford 46'/ 6 W'house 58'A US Steel 44% Curtis Pub 10-34 •••»»•••*••••••••••• ter Comsat Amer Motors 63% 11% Sears 56 J /2 Parke Davis 32 3 ,s Gen Elect 113!/ z Beth Steel 32% Reynolds Tob 38'/2 Standard NJ 68% Holiday Inn 447s Ark-La 45'/i Ark-Mo 14'A Divco-Wayne 35Vz FAUBUS Traffic Accidents A car owned by Jerry Don Tucker of 624 E. Cherry was reported yesterday as having been damaged by a hit • and run driver. No charges have yet been placed. Where's the Fire? House fire, 1st and (rear), 2:10 a.m. today. Main Even LBJ Must Pay NEW YORK (AP)- The $15 parking ticket slapped on Lynda Bird Johnson's car while she had lunch in New York June 2 has been paid. .arae If it were done, when 'tisiH.A.N.K. and me, and has occasionally been supplemented by .alk from our favorite Resource- ul, Underpaid Sedan Salesman (henceforth referred to' at B.U.S.S.). We have talked about politicians and Beatles and bird-dogs and broads, and many an afternoon that might have died unmarked or, worse, led to Work, las been passed in this delightful way. H.A.N.K., I have discovered, as made frequent use of the stuff expounded in this talk in slanning his editorials, a n.d R.U.S.S., I am reliably informed, las used a few of the insights so developed to sell cars. I have decided to stop giving done, 'twere best it were done quickly" - MacBeth. Hence, I shall come quickly to the point. I am undertaking a column, which will appear as often as either my kindly, grizzled editor, the public, or 1 desire — singly or in combination. None of these needs have as 'et been determined. As the maiden effort, this is he appropriate place for any explanations either of method or of purpose. Perhaps the best way of mak- ng these explanations is to describe how the germ of this column was planted. I have for some time been in the habit of making extended daily conversation with my rlarried, Although Nevertheless Kindly editor (henceforth referred to as H.A.N.K.). This conversation usually takes place in the afternoon and has run, depending on the mood and the material, from metaphysical to moonshine. Alternalingly earnest comic, this talk has enriched many a deadly afternoon for decision. Recent controversial developments, such as the insurance case, have justified his fears, he said. Faubus said grets about the decision not to run, but he added that he thought he could get the 90,000 or so petition signatures which could qualify him as an independent candidate for governor. OBITUARY • Ira Bohaning Services for Ira Bohaning will he Friday at 10 a.m. in Cobb Funeral Home chapel. Rev. Alvis Carpenter will officiate. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery. Pallbearers will be John Meyer, Travis Brooks, Ray Price, R. W. Woolen, Roland Howard and Mike Yates. J. E. Brannum James Edward Brannum died at his, home at Hornersville Tuesday. He was 73. Born in Hornersville, Mr. Brannum had lived there all his life. He was a retired farmer and a member of First Baptist Church of Hornersville. VIETNAM (Continued from Page One) looked up and two MIGs were attacking us from two o'clock high." Chancy banked his Crusader into the MIGs and opened up with his cannon. "I fired and knocked a big hole in his wing and fuel spewed from his plane," Chancy said. "It was the wildest encounter I've ever been in." With his fuel supply now dwindling dangerously and another MIG banking to attack him, Chancy broke off and streaked for the Hancock. Vampatella, meanwhile, had heard Kie of MIGs and Services will be held at First I radio, Baptist Church of Hornersville vour tai1 - turned back although he was even lower on fuel. Coming up on the dogfight, Vampatella saw a MIG creeping up on the tail of an F8 Crusader. "F-eight," he yelled over his got a MIG on lo sea, throwing his Crusader into high-speed afterburner. "I saw him back there," Vampatella said. "His cannons ivere firing and the shells were coming but lie wasn't leading me enough. You hunters know what that is. He wasn't making enough allowance. "1 attempted to outrun him but I couldn't. I felt then that discretion was the better part oi valor. I dove for the deck. I was making six hundred knots and (he plane was nearly uncontrollable. My helmet was banging against the canopy the aircraft 1 was moving so wildly." Suddenly Vampatella looked back and discovered the MIG was turning away. "I waited for a second to see if he was trying to decoy me and then I said I was going to get that rascal. It was a personal thing. I had never before actually had a man shooting at me." Turning his plane to the MIG and jamming on every ounce of Russell Speaks At'Graduation' BOSTON (AP) - Bill Russell/ Boston Celtics basketball coach, says a "poisoned atmosphere" of "hate, distrust, and ignorance' hangs over Boston. Russell, coach ar.d center at the champion Celtics of the National Basketball Association, addressed about 700 persons Wednesday night at a 'freedom-; graduation'" for junior high school pupils whos' rgeular. graduation was disrupted by "a racial incident. ™\ He was greeted with a fodfcj stomping, cheering ovation. Ruiji- sell is the first Negro to be nani- ed coach of a major professional sports team. '£ Funeral Service charge. He leaves a wife, Mrs. Lela Brannum; A son, Russell Brannum banked and threw his jet into afterburner. except one. i uavc ucnucu LU oiup g*» mg uapnaL v>uu» >-ii "• *.%..*»— »,•«..free material to these thieves, at 2:30 p.m. today, with burial] Every F8 pilot who heard that Henceforth they may read in Homer Cemetery. Howard|cry looked over his shoulder, this column and borrow from it risk of being called plagiarists. (Seriously, folks, they have henefitted me at least as often as I have them.) My basic intention will be to Hornersville; A brother, Sam Brannum of Hornersville; use this space to present ideas Five grandchildren and one running for another term "these mistakes have been made and a "There's an old adage 'a new broom sweeps that more (Continued from Page One) "do my dead level best to send the insurance stock manipulators, who have bilked unsuspecting Arkansas people out of their life savings, to the penitentiary." Faubus said he hoped that incidents such as the recent 21.2 per cent increase in automobile liability insurance rates were not the result of any relaxing of effort on his part since he man would be foolish to try to announced he would not seeki sav anything else, re-election. He said the state Insurance Department isn't large enough to analyze every rale increase application while it is on file. The Rating Bureau, on which the department sometimes depends, "is made up of people who are in the insurance business or are connected in some way with insurance, who benefit from a rate increase," the governor said. "The main problem in this thing is how to find an impartial body to act as a rating group," he said. Faubus said when he announced that he wouldn't seek a seventh term that problems in his administration .were among the factors behind his that I think need to be presented These ideas may sometimes be whimsical and sometimes oppressively grim, as the world appears to me, by turns, whimsical or grim. These topics may be local, national, or international, and occasionally none of these. If I find a book I like, I shall write about it; if I hear a joke I like, I shall tell it; if I see a wrong at large, I shal lattempt to right it. | That was an American flier whose Crusader was being chewed up by MIG cannon fire. He bailed out of his stricken plane seconds later. At that point a MIG got on jreat grandchild. Back to the controversies, ! There will be no conscious un- Faubus said he thinks if he was ' truth in this column. I I not shun the picares kind of mistakes would not have h ue "or the personal, and I will been made. 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