The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 5, 1967 · Page 2
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Page Two - BlythevIHe (Ark.) Courier News ~ Tuesday, December 8, 1567 Daily Record Weather ''. U. S Weather Bureau ; Agricultural Service Reiser, Ark. General Weather Features — Cold front lies from Seattle, Wash., to San Francisco, Calif. Markets WJ<W Chicago Wheat Dec. 145 145 Mar. July 145 150? 154 144»i 1501s 145 ISO 1 / 154 iiiiSll.. IU OilU i i ain-ui-'-'t •_'i..i*i. High pressure is centered over'Chicago Soybeans western Colorado. The low pressure area extends from the Texas Panhandle to eastern New Mexico. Some scattered showers and considerable cloudiness likely for Arkansas today and~tonight. Early morning re- j Texgs Gs ports indicate rain area already Cnl . ys | er present in west sections of the Jan. Mar. May New York Stocks 26514 269 ! ,« 273% 265',i 2G9-U 273% 265 269Y4 273'/s 265'/2 269% 273'/2 state. Cotton Harvesting Outlook for Wednesday — Soils are drying at a ! good rate. However in heavier; soils, ground is still too wet to support equipment. Conditions do not look very promising with scattered showers expected today tonight and again Thursday. General Farming Weather — With the 30-day outlook calling for above normal precipitation, farmers will need to keep a close check on field moisture situations in individuals areas. Every possible effort should be taken to complete remaining harvest operations at anytime dry soils permit equipment operations. Yesterday's high—55 Overnight low—30 Precipitation previous 24 hours (to 7 a.m. today)—none Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—42.21 Sunset today—4:49 Sunrise .tomorrow—6:53 This Date A Year Ago Yesterday's high—52 Overnight low—43 Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—43.60 RCA AT & T .... Dow Xerox ;M Pan Americ. Ford 54% W'house 75% US Steel 41% Curtis Pub 11% Comsat 48V4 Amer. Motors ISVz Sears 57 : ii Parke Davis 27 iiiiiiiiniiiiuiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiniuiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiiii"' What's For Lunch? GOSNKLL Wednesday - December 8 Fried Chicken White Beans Lettuce - Tomato Salad Peach Pie Rolls Bread Milk 5B : !b . 5li'/4 . 50 86 Vi . 309% . 81% , 23'/2 WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER .fi i 3:0(1 ALL ABOARD Open High Low Last| How Much Do You. Weigh? I For preschoolers. 3 30 'TOPIC: MEMPHIS CITY SCHOOLS Faculty Forum. Superintend ent E. C. Stimbert and four panelists discuss the city school system 4:00 WHAT'S NEW Pancho Villa. Story of a pet goat in Northern Mexico. 4:30 THE CHALLENGE OF SPACE The Vital Link. A look at the complex communications net work needed to maintain flights in space. 5:00 THE RELIGIONS OF MAN Buddha's Life and Message. Dr. Smith will trace the life of Buddha, and interpret his teachings. 5:30 ECONOMICS A Man Who Had No Feet. Factors of economic develop ment. 6:00 SERENADE Festival of Music. A flute re cital featuring four students of John Hicks and the University of Texas. 103% 16:30 WHAT'S NEW Pancho Villa. Story of a pet goat in Northern Mexico. 7:00 ALL ABOARD How Much Do You Weigh? For preschoolers. 7:30 CHANNEL 10 TRAVELS Canoeing the Big Country. Canadian North. 8:00 BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE International Business and American Prosperity. Dean Seeyle and two guests will discuss this topic. 8:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS News in Perspective. New York Times writers analyze the month's headlines — time ly and informative. 9:30 THE CREATIVE PERSON Marie Cosindas. A look into the life of a contemporary American photographer. 33% Gen. Elect Beth. Steel ................ Reynolds Tob ........... 40% Standard NJ ............ 66 7 /s Holiday Inn .............. 51% PEACE Ark-La Ark-Mo Divco-Wayne ARS Sets Schedule 34% (Bid) 10 47VS The Arkansas Rehabilitation Service has announced the following schedule of visits this month for its two counselors in Mississippi County. Harold E. Thomas will be at the county Department of Public Welfare in Osceola from 9:30 a.m. until nopn on Dec. 11 and 18; at the Neighborhood Service Center, Wilson, from 10 a.m. until noon and at the Neighborhood Service Center, (Continued from Page One) of the Senate. Administration informants said the only questions for decision were those of exact form and timing. They were not hopeful about a prompt or positive response from North Vietnam or the Viet Cong in light of past rejection of U.N. appeals. What is new in the present situation in Washington, some officials . privately admit, is the sense that losses suffered by the Communist forces in the South and by North Vietnam as a result of U.S.. bombing may be reaching a point where the enemy leadership will be forced to reassess its whole policy. If so, the war may be close to a turning point. Depending on events between now anr his arrival, Wilson's visit with Johnson could assume special import, diplomats believe. The British and Soviet governments hold key positions in the diplomatic machinery which created North and South Vietnam in 1954 and U.S. officials have long believed that if and when a peace breakthrough comes in Vietnam it might vei? well be managed by the prime ministers of Britain and the Soviet Union. U.S. officials say such efforts as the Wilson meeting, the U.N. probe and the careful manipulation of holiday truces must be continued because of uncertainty over when and whether a break may come—and also to demonstrate to the world U.S. interest in peace-seeking. But military assessments of the war recently given President Johnson by Gen. William C. Westmoreland cover at least another two years of the war, and many authorities here now accept the notion an end of the conflict may very well come not through negotiations but through a fading away of Communist operations. IN THE PROBATE COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT. IN THE MATTER OF THE ADOPTION OF LISA DAWN QUARLES, A Minor. Rondell Allen and Joy Quarles Allen, Petitioners, ;vs. No. 4601 Milburn Quarles, Defendant. ADOPTION NOTICE TO: Milburn Quarles, defendant. Take notice that on the 28th day of November, 1967 a Petition was filed by Rondell Allen and Joy Quarles Allen, his wife, in the Probate Court for the Ciiickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, for the adoption of a certain person named Lisa Dawn Quarles. NOW unless you appear within thirty (30) days from the date of. this Notice and show cause against such application the question shall be taken as confessed and a Decree of Adoption entered. Dated this the 28th day of November, 1967. Elizabeth Blythe Parker, Clerk By Charline H. Maynard, D.C. 11-29, 12-5 Rites Are Set For Couple neignuuiiiuuu oci.vu.c ^cui^,, n' U neral services for the ma- Joiner, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. on terng | g rant j p arenls of Rev. Dec. 7, 14, 21 and 28. Ray T wee d, pastor of the New James L. Beard will be at the Manila Health Unit from 9 to 11:30 a.m. at the Leachville Neighborhood Service Center from 1 to 3:30 p.m. on Dec. 7, 14, 21 and 28. Both counselors are headquartered in the Blytheville office of the Rehabilitation Service, 301-B North First Street. The office is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Vester Baker Vester Baker, 81, a retired Jarmer, died Saturday at Manila after a short illness. He leaves three daughter, Mrs. Lon Matthews, Mrs. Sarn Bolinger and Mrs. Dorothy Wright, all of Manila; Ten grandchildren, 23 great- grandchildren and two great- great-grandchildren. Services were 2 p.m. Monday from the Methodist Church A Manila, Rev. Jack Glass officiating. Burial was in Manila Cemetery with Howard Funeral Service in charge. Liberty Baptist Church, will be held tomorrow afternoon at St. Paul, Ark. George Williams Bivens, age 92, died Thursday. His wife, Ida Bivens, died yesterday. The two are to be buried together. Revival at Roxy Ends Tomorrow An interdominational revival, being held at the Roxy Theatre on Main Street, ends tomorrow night about 10 p.m. The free services feature special music and are being conducted by Evangelists V. L. Barnes and Johnny Clark. The revival began Monday. 'If You First Don't . ...' PADUCAH, Ky. (AP - One young man plans to take his driver's test over. With a state trooper beside him Monday, the Paducah resident confidently started the engine of his car and began the test, which ended abruptly when he struck the rear of a parked auto as he steered out of the parking lot. A Change of Face SAN FRANCISCO(AP) — Before he died at Kie age of 85 in January, Leroy H. Vane was known as the "cycling carpenter" who rode his bicycle to odd jobs in the Haight-Panhandle district near Golden Gate Park. On Monday the Bank of America disclosed that Vane, whose wife died in 1964, !iad lefl .$425,000 in municipal bonds and common stocks to his native San Francisco. His will didn't insist upon it, but made plain he would like it it the city built a social center for the elderly in Golden Gate Park. Vane's suggestion will receive every consideration, said Elvin Stendell, president of the Recreation and Park Commission. Backfire PITTSBURGH (AP) - There were some red faces Monday at the mayor's Highway Safety Conference. The speaker asked for a show of hands of those who have seat belts in their cars. Almost every hand went up. Then he asked how many use the belts. Less than half— perhaps a third—raised their hands. a feller and hk friends A four-year-old boy recently visited an animal farm near Los Angeles and it turned out to be quite an experience—for the boy, if not so much for the animals used to this sort of attention. The boy is Timmy Faas, of Whittier, Calif., 1968 National Poster Child for the March of Dimes. It started out routinely enough with a little, force- feeding for a bunny (right). ' ,'.*- '- ,- •^,.-"-, ;: ' •--• :•.-.- ;- I -,'-r-.f*& / r-- ">•: Timmy seemed to think things might be getting just a bit out of hand, however, when a tapir showed signs of wanting to get too charnjni but •„•• . . .all's well that ends that way—in Mil's case, with e VIETNAM (Continued from P3ge One) in the delta so far this year. Ttie total of Viet Cong killed rose to 235 as more enemy bodies were discovered today. The U.S. Command said this exceeded by 24 the previous record total for a 24-hour period in the delta. Two Viet Cong were killed by Vietnamese Marines in a brief skirmish, but no significant contact was reported. The number of U.S. dead and wounded in the combined attack Monday was also revised upward. Spokesmen said 13 Amer icans were killed and V, wounded. South Vietnamese Ma rines, the U.S. headquarters said killed more than half the guerrillas, reported 15 of then- men killed and 51 wounded. Indicating increasing U.S. activity in the delta, the U.S. Command is reported preparing tc name Maj. Gen. William R Peers of Stuart, Iowa, senior American adviser in the sector. Peers is the U.S. 4th Division commander w'no directed the troops that routed the North Vietnamese from the hills around Dak To last month. These other terrorist incidents also were reported: . Viet Cong guerrillas opened up with small arms fire on a South Vietnamese bus traveling on Highway 4 in the delta Monday, killing one civilian and wounding six others. Guerrillas mined another bus in the Delta 96 miles southwest of Saigon Monday, killing six children and wounding six. Six military dependents were Sing Out For Electric Gifts ... All Tear 'Round Carefree, eh'orefree etectrte appliances for every family member electric pencil *harp*ner electric razor heating pad electric mixers hair dryer ihop too!* eleclrlo bottto warmer typewriter electrle percolator Reddy «»y», "When you wrap your prennto ef Chrfrtna* GMna enclose th» pwmlt* of « Happy New Year, too." Remember electric gins keep on fllving-maMna bettor Irving th» year 'round. Ark-Mo Power Co. wounded when guerrillas fired 15 mortar rounds into the rear base of'a South Vietnamese infantry regiment 12 miles west- southwest of Saigon. Military casualties were light, SouKi Vietnamese headquarters said. The Aswan High Dam contains enough material to build 17 Great Pyramids. PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED AS SECOND CLASS MAIL Blythcville Courier New* BI.YTHEVILLE. ARK. ZIP - 52315 Harry W, Haines, publisher 3rd at Walnut St. Blytheville, Ark. Published daily except Sunday Second class postage paid at Bly- thevUlc. Ark. In BlythevJlle and towns in the Blythevilie trade territory. HOME DELIVERY RATES Daily 35c per weeK Bi' MAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Within Sll miles of Blytheville $8.00 per year More than 50 miles from Blytheyflle 518.00 per year Services By COBB FUNERAL HOME INTEGRITY As His Headquarters in Blytheville I December 8th - December 23 Santa arrives at 10 A.M. Friday, December 8th. Bring your children to Penneys and let them talk with Santa and select your Christmas Gifts. Penneys has a gift for each member of the family. CLIP AND SAVE Listed below are the hours that Santa will be in the J.C. * Penney Store for the children to talk with him. | Each Fri. and Sat. 'Til Christmas: 1 10 A.M. 'til 12 Noon -2 to 4 P.M. -6 to 8 P.M. I All Other Days: 2 to 4 P.M. and 6 to 8 P.M. I In addition to Santa being at Penneys he has agreed to let you take \ your child's picture with him any night from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. start- 8 ing Monday night, December llth. g Santa Says, Come see me at Penneys . . . I'll talk to the children I while you select your Christmas gifts from Penneys . . . The store * of Christmas Values. a MtMtMtMtMlMtMtMl Penney's Christmas Store Hours Starting Fri., Dec. 8 - Dec. 23rd 9:30 AM to 8 PM

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