The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 23, 1966 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 23, 1966
Page 12
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Ft|t Tw«w -BrythevllU (Art,) Courier New - Saturday, July tt, M66 ARMOR IS COMING BACK in warfare as the armed forces adapt to the.special conditions of the war in Viet Nam. Many U.S. helicopter airmen are now wearing new, lightweight protective shields as a defense against enemy smal arms Are. An armor ipefiakt, left, looks over an array of front and back torso p ates. A full "£;»«", fidudes the torso plates worn in a vest plus leg and thigh pieces. The armor, com. Inning a ceramic f a?ing and fiberglass hacking developed by Goodyear Aerospace Corp., was designed by Army laboratories at Natick, Mass. Drugs to Get Public nquiry CLEVELAND (Continued from Page One) owever, and Friday night he ;ot a telegram from a group of ight Negro community leaders rging him to request them Immediately. . In their first two nights of uty, the guardsmen had been pared much of the derision the Jegro crowds directed at police. Friday night the soldiers came in for a full share of taunting. Within two hours after dark 18 ersons - 15 of them juveniles — were arrested for harassing he Guard. A Negro woman screamed at he soldiers that they fired a hot into the air unnecessarily, nd a young Guardsman shout- d back: "And there will be a hell of a lot more shooting if you don't shut your mouth." The Guard's commander, Col. Robert Canterbury, repeated an earlier promise the soldiers would do no shooting unless ired upon. In that case, he said, hey would not "shoot to miss." Math and Streets Don't Match DETROIT, Mich. (AP)-Sec- md Street is the No. 1 street in America, says R. L. Polk & Co. Polk, publisher of directories or 6,500 cities in the United States, made computer tabula- ions showing Second is the most common street name. And, if it isn't confusing enough that Seconds ranks first, ?olk says Park is second. Third is third. Fourth is fourth among most common names. Fifth is fifth. But Main is sixth and First is seventh. By WALTER R. MEARS WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. Russell B. Long said today he is planning a public inquiry into drug prices and federal health programs. When it comes, the Louisiana Democrat said, 'people are going to be finding out that they're paying 400 tunes too much for some of their drugs." Long's forum will be the Senate Finance Committee; his top- NEWYORK (Continued from Page One) Injury in the roof search. Another policeman was injured when a radio car door slammed on his fingers as he was helping disperse a crowd gathered in a Ne gro neighborhood. A detective was injured when a brick was thrown through a window of a police car. Police Commissioner Howard R. Leary arrived in the East New York section shortly after midnight and cruised in a department car. Leary said there was no evidence that "outsiders" were in the area causing trouble. Two Negro community leaders had said Friday that they had seen "agitators" who previously had been spotted in racial trouble spots in Chicago and Los Angeles. A white motorcyclist was hit by a brick as he stood talking with a friend in East New York. He was not seriously hurt. In addition to the heavy police reinforcements in East New York, an estimated 1,000 police were deployed as a precautionary measure to several other ghetto areas including Harlem, the southeast Bronx and Brooklyn. The police — many wearing plastic helmets — were on foot, in radio cars and on horseback. Both Leary and Mayor John V. Lindsay appealed Friday for peace in the city. Leary appealed to parents in East New York to keep their teen-aged children in the house after dark. c, prescription practices under medicare and federally aided health programs. Long, assistant Democratic eader, has introduced a bill hat would require the prescribing and dispensing of medicare drugs under their chemical, generic names, not under private brand names. Long said that would reduce sharply the cost of medicine prescribed under the new program o! medical care for the aged. While the hearings will deal with federal health programs, Long said in an interview, they also will focus a public spotlight on the whole field of drug prices. * * * Long said he has not set a timetable for the inquiry, and it may not be completed befoi-e the Senate adjourns this year. I The Finance Committee now is working on unemployment compensation legislation, and the senator said other bills must be handled before hearings can be held on his drug proposal. Long said without his proposed legislation, drug prices could send the cost of medicare soaring. "Prescribing by brand name is the formula for monopoly." he told the Senate. Long sale the government already buys drugs for its hospitals by chem- Jimmy Stroud At Clear Lake Jimmy Stroud, superintendent •f Memphis Union Mission for some 20 years, will be the speaker in special revival services which begin tomorrow at Clear Lake Baptist Church. Services will be held in the •ir - conditioned sanctuary of (he church at 7:30 each evening through July 31, Rev. S. W. Davis, Jr., pastor announced. A nursery will be open each evening for smaller children, Rev. Davis said. Special music will be featured Airing the week-long revival. All fervlces are open to the public. Most dangerous ef all sharks Is the great white shark, also •ailed the "man-eater." cal name, not brand name. But he said 44 states have aws barring sale of drugs by generic name if the doctor has Described medicine by bram name. Long published in the Congressional Record a list he said showed the price of often- Described drugs, in lots of 1,000 iy brand name and by generic name. Among his samples: — Rauwolfia serpentina, drug Long said costs $1.10 b that name, sells for $30.78 a Raudixin. Reserpine, 69 cents, com pared with $39.50 for Serpasil. — Pentaerythriton tetran: trate 98 cents; Paritrate $20. Long said he suspects th tongue-twisting generic name are deliberately designed to en courage the prescribing drugs under the simpler bran names. * * * He insisted the brand nam and chemical name product are identical, and already sub ject to the same governmen standards. Four years ago, Congres gave the Department of Health Education and Welfare power t order drug names revised in th interests of usefulness and sun plicity. Long said as far as he knows that power has not been used. About Time Answer to Previous Puizl. ACROSS 37 Rip ITime when sun 39 , M «sica! pitch 12 Fruit drink .13 Dark 14 Measure of land 15 Poetic contraction 16 State of bein 24 Poetic time 26 Gentleman (slang) 27 Bud's sibling 30 Hold in affection 32 Bridge holding 34 Not plentiful 35 Redactor 36 Interjection (com.) 49 Cherishes, as in the mind 51 Small child 52 Exclamation of sorrow „ 53 Lease 7 Mariner's (dial.) direction ne 8 Sticky me substance , es 9 Reverberate 57 Low haunt lOMake neat and DOWN tidy 1 Fscts 11 Lizard (zool.) 2 Mine entrance 17 Raved 3 Preceding time 19 Farther in period 23 Penetrate 4 Belonging to an 24 Netting elk, for instance 25 One time 5 Capable 26 Color 6 Walk with short 27 Filled to steps, as a child repletion 28 Illustration 29 Withered 31 Stage performers SiTreat with nitric acid 38 Idolizes 40 Brute 41 Nuisances 42 Male deer 43 Shield bearing 44 Ursine animal 46 Small aperture 47 Amusement 48 Paradise 50 Swiss canton State Queen Is Crowned Tonight HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) Miss Batesville, Mary Luella Craig, 17. who said earlier in the week that it would be a 'thrilling experience" to win the Miss Arkansas Pageant, came a step closer Friday night. She won the talent competition only 24 hours after winning the swimsuit competition. Sandy Beauchamp, Miss Marianna, a 36-22-36, ash blonde beauty, won the swimsuit competition Friday night. The 19- year-old University of Arkansas sophomore stands 5-foot-4 and weighs 110. She is a former Lee County Forest Queen. * * * Evening gown competition was held but winners in that division are not announced. Miss Craig did a song and dance novelty number to win the talent competition. A new Miss Arkansas will be chosen tonight to succeed Nita Kaye Vanhook of Newport. The pageant is being held in the Convention Center here. Daily Record World Dtafhi By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK (AP) - Sidney Bernstein, 56, producer of Jean Genet's "The Blacks" and other Broadway plays, died Friday of a heart attack. PITTBURGH, Pa. (AP) - Cresson.Davis, 56, chief of the Intelligence Division of the Pittsburgh office of the Internal Revenue Service, died Friday after a long illness. Weather Yesterday's High—95 Precipitation previous 24 hours Overnight Low—74 (to 7 a.m. today)—none Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—29.90 Sunset today—7:09 Sunrise tomorrow—5:04 This Date A Tear Ajo Yesterday's High—97 Overnight Low—74 Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—27.80 Earliest references to a rodeo are from Santa Fe, N.M., in 1847. Since the establishment ot a National Seashore Recreational Area from Ocracoke, N. C., east and north to Whalebone Junction, visitors have flocked in increasing numbers to this land's end of the eastern seacoast. Services By FUNERAL HOME Integrity GREGORY EUGENE WILLIAMS, today, 3:30 p.m. Cobb chapel. * * * WARREN S. ALLEN, 10 ».m, Saturday, Cobb chapel, t * * FRED PATTERSON, 1 p.m. Saturday, Cobb chapel. ...«««•«•«««*«•**««••• GET LOST AND LOVE IT WITH YOUR NEWSPAPER THE SPORTS PAGE FOR DAD—THE CLUB NEWS FOR MOTHER—FEARLESS FOSWELL'S LATEST ESCAPADES, FOR JUNIOR! THESE FEATURES, AND HUNDREDS MORE, MAKE THE PAPER A MUCH-LOVED MEMBER OF THE FAMILY! make it a regular member . . • snb» -ribe today for lervice-to-your-door. PO 34461 BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS There are about 2,000,000 reasons to elect Frank Holt governor. You're one of them. Reason enough to vote for an accelerated Arkansas. No fancy, meaningless promises. Just a sincere pledge of dedicated, independent leadership based on years of experience in public service. Frank Holt believes in you. He has faith in the future of Arkansas. And what he has to offer means accelerated progress. It's a fresh new team, this Holt generation. A team working for the almost two million people in Arkansas. Join in. Join up. Vote for Frank Holt for Governor. You have every reason to believe he's the qualified candidate. Because he is. Frank Holt For Arkansas politics! Ad P«ld 'or by Max Logan and Kemp Whlsenhunt

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