The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 11, 1966 · Page 7
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nythevfflc (Ark.) Courier News - Monday, July 11,HM •> Pan 8eve« Field Hands March For Higher Wages STRIKE By WALTER GRAY SAN JUAN, Tex. (AP) - A band of farm workers striking for higher wages sets out today on a 400-mile march to the state : capital, accompanied by a Protestant minister and a Roman Catholic priest wearing a cowboy hat and the Star of David. The strikers want union recognition and a minimum wage $1.25-an-hour for Mexican- v American seasonal field hands who 'do stoop labor in the lower Rio Grande Valley. The marchers plan to hike 56 days through hot and sparsely peculated country. They hope to rally support for their cause in such cities as Corpus Christi and San Antonio — and in dozens of crossroads i towns with names like Skidmore, Pettus and Poth. ; A similar march was made Ithis year by vineyard workers in California's San Joaquin Valley. -The grape pickers there won contracts with some pro- ducers. The Texas group has affiliated with the California union, the National Farm Workers Association. The march is to end Labor Day in Austin, where Texas APL-CIO officials say 50,000 to 100,000 persons will converge for a rally on the capitol grounds. Gov. John B. Connally will be asked to hear personally the workers' request that a special session of the legislature be convened to pass a state minimum wage law that would cover farm laborers. . The movement began as a strike June 1 at Rio Grande !ity, Tex., a quaint town with a Mexican flavor near the banks of the Rio Grande River. Rio !rande City is in Starr County, which the i960 U.S. census says las the lowest per capita income in the state. An independent union organized by a Californian who took part in the grape picker's strike, Eugene Nelson, launched OBITUARY : . V . Mrs. Boyett's Services Held Mrs. Juanita Boyett, wife of Jessie Boyett of 2212 Marguerite St., died Saturday at Doct- ; or's Hospital. She was 42. ; Mrs. Boyett was born in Blytheville and had lived here all her life. ' She also leaves two sons, J. B. Boyett and Frank Clifford ' Parry, both of BIytheville; Two daughters, Barbara Ann Parry of BIytheville and Sue Boyett of Memphis; Five brothers, Chester Holifield of Paragould and Joe A. (Jodie) Holifield, Billy Holifield, Johnny Hollifield and Bobby Holifield, all of Blytheville; Four sisters, Mrs. John Lytle of Fresno, Cal., and Mrs. Bill Baker, Mrs. Raymond Wells, and Mrs. Catherine Alley, all of BIytheville. Funeral services were held today at 2 p.m. at Cobb Funeral Home chapel, with Rev. Ernest Moates in charge. Burial was in Maple Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers were Charles Wells, Donald Wells, Leon Wells, Roy Wells, Bobby Baggett and Johnny Ray Holifield. Wreck Fatal To Mrs, Taylor . Mrs. Carolyn Joyce Taylor, 22, who was injured in an automobile accident yesterday near Ripley, Miss., died yesterday in a Memphis hospital. The accident also took the life of her husband. Mrs. Taylor was born in Sunn- ton, Ala., and had lived in Wilson 15 years before moving to Ripley one year ago. Services will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Nodena Baptist Church with burial in Mississippi County Memorial Gardens, Swift Funeral Home in charge. She leaves her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rayburn Bishop, Wilson; One daughter, Charlotte Faye Taylor, of the home in Ripley; Six brothers, R. L., D. L., R. J., Michael, Billy Wayne and Ricky Bichop, all of Wilson; And three sisters Judy, Nancy and Peggy Bishop, all of Wilson. John Culp John Culp, a former Manila resident, was killed Saturday,In a truck accident near Falon, Nev. He was 34. Mr. Culp was born in Manila and had lived here for most of his life. He leaves his mother, Mrs. Ray Lynn of Dell; And a brother, Captain Clare Ray of California. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Howard Funeral Service. Gus Bolton Gus Bolton, 65, died Saturday on 15th Street. Services will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Crumpier Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Jerry Pankey officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Zion Cemetery. He leaves » sister, Mrs. Beatrice Patton of BIytheville; niece and three nephew*. the strike. Grower*, wh» pay field hands 85 cents to $1 an hour, claim the strike la Illegal. They obtained »n injunction banning picketing at farms that were major strike targets. The two clergymen, who say they will march all the way, are the Rev. Antonio Gonzalez, a priest, and the Rev. James L. Navarro, a Baptist minister, both of Houston. Father Gonzalez crucifix and wears carries a a cowb»y hat, and a sign that says "migrant priest." "I'm wearing the star of Da. vid to show that we have the support of the Houston Jewish Community Council," he said. "The Houston rabbis wanted me to" he said. Other clergymen, leaders of Mexican-American civic and political organizations, Mexl can-American politicians and townspeople along the route are expected to join the. march from time to time. Daily Record Weather V. S. Weather Bnrean Agricultural service Keitet, Ark. Swell e r i n g temperatures plagued the state yesterday. Out of 29 reporting stations the mercury failed to reach the 100-degree mark at only five points. Calico Rock had the dubious distinction of being the hot spot with a sizzling 106 degrees. A few isolated shower buildups were observed over the state but the only station reporting any moisture was El Dorado with only a trace. Nighttime temperature remained warm last night with most readings remaining well up into the 70-degree bracket. Gilbert managed to cool off to 67 this morning for the coldest temperature reported. There are no fronts or other disturbances indicated on our weather chart which appear likely to change the current weather picture. So, hot temperatures and generally dry conditions will continue to prevail. Experiment station personnel at Reiser report that hot temperatures are aiding cotton growth and that generally cultivation, weed control and insect control activities are well on schedule. Soil moisture is in better shape at Reiser than at any place where precipitation has been absent for many days. The five-day outlook, 6 a.m. Tuesday to 6 a.m. Sunday, calls for temperatures to average two to eight degrees above normal with minor day-to-day changes. Normal highs 90 to 95. Normal lows 68 to 72. Little or no rainfall except in a few isolated thundershowers mostly near the end of the week averaging .1 of an inch. Saturday's high—99 Sunday's low—76 Yesterday's high—103 Overnight low—77 Weekend precipitation—non« Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—29.36 Sunset today—7:15 Sunrise tomorrow—4:56 This Date A Year Ago Yesterday's high—89 Overnight low—70 Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—27.51 World Deaths MOSCOW (AP)—Alexander P. Rudakov, 55, a secretary of the Central Committee of the Soviet Communist party, died Sunday following a long illness. He headed the committee's heavy- industry department and was a deputy in the Supreme Soviet (Pariament). MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa (AP) —Miss Jessie Binford, 90, called "the conscience of Chicago" in her more than 60 years with that city's famed settlement house, Hull House, died Saturday. She left her native Marshalltown for Chicago in 1902 after hearing Hull House's director, Jane Addams, lecture On social issues. NEW YORK (AP)- William A. Hyman, 72, internationally known lawyer and author of "The Magna Carta of Space," died Saturday. Hyman, an expert on air and space law, was honored by the National Health Federation after he won a legal battle to prevent experimenters from inoculating aged, indigent hospital patients with cancer cells without the patient*' content. US Steel 44V4 Curtis Pub 10 lomsat • 56% AmerMotors lO'/s Sears 55 7 /a Parke Davis 34V4 Gen Elect 109V« Beth Stel 32V* Reynolds Tob 38 Standard NJ 71% Markets Open High Low Chicago Wheat July 183% 184% 183% Sept. 187% Dec. 188% 193V4 187% 197% Chicago Soybeans July 353 355 346% Aug. 345% 349 343 Sept. 321 325 324V4 uSSt 184V» 187% 197% 352 348 325 (CMttmef from P*M One) befor* the itrike began. Wages remain the major issue. The union it.'seeking increases of about 53 cents an hour over three years. The airlines have offered a three-year contract with a 30-cent raise. A presidential emergency board recommended increases of 44 to 48 cents an hour. Top- rated mechanics how receive $3,52 an hour with pay ranging down to 12.25 for janitors. Other unsettled national issues include vacations, holidays, health and welfare plans, pensions, overtime and hours. The strike against the five airlines — Eastern, National, Northwest, Trans World and United — has paralyzed much of the nation's air commerce. Normally, the five carriers handle 60 per cent of the domestic industry's business. Nonstruck airlines added extra flights after the Civil Aeronautics Board authorized emergency steps to meet the gap caused by the walkout. But the union moved to block the struck carriers from leasing planes to operating lines. Union Vice President Joseph W, Ramsey said union members would not service the rented craft. The APL-CIO Transport Workers Union, which represents mechanics on other airlines as well as.other workers on the struck lines, said it was cooperating with the machin- sts. Meanwhile, members of the Brotherhood of Railway Clerks, who do office work and sell tickets, 'went on strike against Northwest Airlines because, the union president said, the com pany had tried to get them to assume some of the duties ol machinist union members. Northwest said it has not required members Of the clerks inibn "to do anything behind heir normal duties." New York Stocks Texas GS lOS'/i Chrysler 41 RCA 51H AT&T 57% Dow 69% Xerox 258% GM 8«i PanAmer 7,W 4 IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHISKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS WILMA JEAN 'HANCOCK ' PLAINTIFF VS. NO. 16845 ALBERT LEE HANCOCK DEFENDANT WARNING ORDER Ford W'house 48% 55V* The defendant, . Albert Lee j was fatally shocked Saturday Hancock, is hereby warned to j when he. came in contact with appear in this court within 30! a 220-volt line while trying to days and answer the Complaint | hook up an air conditioner. if the plaintiff, Wilma Jean I Authorities said Herbert Haw- lancock, and upon his failure kins, 62, was on a utility pole | o do so, said Complaint will be when the accident occurred Holiday Inn Ark-La 43% 44 7 /a Ark-Mo 13% Divco-Wayne 32V« Traffic Accidents Cars driven by Lenzia 0. Horner of 1610 Short Rose and Loria Greene of 123 W. Missouri were involved in an accident yesterday at Brawley and Highway 61 South. Miss Homer was charged with improper backing. Cars driven by Letty Ward Medford of 1017 Country Club Rd. and James Medford of 1017 Country Club Road were involved in an accident yesterday on South Division. The Medfords are husband and wife. According to a police report, Mrs. Medford slowed down before crossing the railroad intersection on Division, and, when she did, Mr. Medford's brakes failed. He sideswiped a utility pole and was knocked back into his wife's car. The Medfords have taken their show back off the road. No charges were placed. Capital Footnote* The U.S. Office of Education announced today creation of a $1.7-milion national network of 12 clearinghouses to assure widespread distribution of important education research findings to teachers, administrators and other researchers. The Department of Labor says 1,431 neighborhood youth corps projects have been approved for 358,869 persons during 1966 at a federal cost of $251.8 million. ••••••*••••••••••••••• Service* By FUNERAL HOMI IntetrltT MRS. JDAN1TA BOTCTT, ) p.m., Uondiy, Cot* Chapel, taken u eonfe**ed. : WrtNEM »y tan* M Qerk •f the Cbw>e«*y Court for the Chlckasawba Dlitrlet of Mississippi County, Arkansas, and the Seal of said Court this 6th day of July, i»86... GERALPINB LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D.C. (SEAL) H. G. Partlow, Jr. Atty. for Plf. Everett E. Har'aer Atty. ad litem 7-l'l, IS, 25 8-1 SHOP & SAVE AT HAYS STORES CONVENIENT LOCATIONS IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS LEE BIDWELL and ELLIE BIDWELL; CHARLES LEE KING AND BETTY JO KING PLAINTIFFS • VS. NO. 16851 FLOYD WRIGHT AND TO ALL OTHERS TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN DEFENDANTS NOTI E Notice is hereby given that there has been filed in the office of the Clerk of the Chancery Court for,the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, a Petition to confirm and quiet in Lee Bidwell and Ellie Bidwell the title to the following lands in Mississippi County, Arkansas, to-wit: Lot 232,-Block 17, Original Survey to the-Town of Manila, Arkansas; and a Petition to confirm and quiet in Charles Lee King and Betty Jo King the title to the following lands in Mississippi County, Arkansas, to-wit: Lot 231, Block 17, Original Survey to the Town of Manila, Arkansas. All persons claiming said lands, or any interest therein, are hereby notified and warned to appear in said Court within thirty (30) days from the date hereof and show cause whey the title to said lands should not be confirmed in the said Lee Bidwell and Ellie Bidwell and Charles Lee King and Betty Jo King. -WITNESS my hand as such Clerk, and the seal of said Court this th« 9th day of July, 1966. GERALDINE LISTQN, Clerk By Geraldine Liston (SEAL) 7-11, 18, 25, 8-1 200 E. Main Street 421 S. 21st Street Red Band, 8 ox. ROGERS, Ark. (AP) - The operator of Hawkins Suppy Co. on "New Ideas In Education' 7:00 WMCT-TV Channel 5 7:30 KAIT-TV Channel 8 Memphis Jonesboro BISCUITS can 6C Maxwell House, 10 ex. Party Pitcher COFFEE H.2* Fresh Yellow, Field CORN 6ear$25c Golden Ripe : BANANAS Giant Size BOLD each59e Antler Tall Can Del Monte, No. 211 Can CHUM SALMON . 550 APRICOT NECTAR 180 Sfnkpfov'e Afi A. Ha3 r S Fllll Qt. OLOKCiey S 40 UZ. A • • • iW^ ^m^^^^mmu^. ^ ,_. TOMATO JUICE 25(i SALAD DRESSING 390 • vmft i v uuivt .... Lty PREE Wet Mop With Fine : Quality r Chef Boy-Ar-Dee, 15'/ z Ozi Spaghetti RDAAM 140 IVlknT BALLS 2 For 490 La .rge Sunkist ".'..'.'. APPLESAUCE 13d Scou> Jumbo Ro " D ° z Easy Monday, 15 Oz. PAPER TOWELS 290 Fashion, 14 Oz. 12 Ct. Rolls HAIR SPRAY 590 BROWN & SERVE 150 Alabama (in Kraft Bag) RED POTATOES 20-ib, 49c Fresh Vine Ripened TOMATOES lb.19c Armour's Columbia SLICED BACON Ib. 59c Smoked . . Armour Starr All Meat : BACON SQUARES J90 BOLOGNA •£? Lb . 490 Armour Star SMOKED SAUSAGE VI.29 Reelfoot Smoked PICNICS y 43< Reelfoot Whole HAMS Average Ib. Pure Creamery BUTTER Lb. (Limit two) Kraft's Phil. CREAM CHEESE 3-ozz. Farm Fresh Fryer Parts Farm Fresh FRYER BREASTS » 490 Farm Fresh Fryer LEGS & THIGHS u 490 Farm Fresh FRYER LIVERS Lb 690 Farm Fresh r FRYER BACKS u .190 1T1««_ ti-.» —I. - * ' 370 Farm Fresh SPLIT BROILERS Lb. 5 Hays Choice Heavy Calves Lb. 890 Open Mon. - Tues. - Wed. Thurs. til 7 p.m. Fri. & Sat. Til 9 Hays Choice Heavy Calves TBONE STEAK Hays Choice Heavy Calves SIRLOIN STEAK u Hays Choice Heavy Calves BONELESS RUMP Lb 790 Hays Choice Heavy Calves CLUB STEAK u 790 Hays Choice Heavy Calves BEEF RIB STEW ... Lb 490 Prices Good thru Wednesday We Reserve the Right To Limit Purchase* None Sold For Relate 2 Convenient Locations 200 Ea^t Main St. 421 South 21 •» SV

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