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ten -Blythevllle (Ait:) Courier Newr- Ttozrtty, July ». GOVERNOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR SUPREME COURT CONATTY. GEN. POST * POST 4 POST I CRESS Ely. Absentee Ely. W8rd 1A Ely. Ward IB Ely. Ward 1C Ely. Ward 2A Ely. Ward 2B Ely. Ward 3A Ely. Ward 3B Ely. Ward 4A Ely. Ward 4B Ely. Ward 5A ;Bly. Ward 5B Ely. Ward 5C Yarbro Chickasawba Twp. No. Nine 40 & 8 Armorel, Can. Twp. Home Gin Gosnel! Half Moon pell City Hector Twp. Leachville Ward 1 : Leachville Ward .3 Leachville Ward 3 Neal Twp. Box Elder Manila 1A Manila IB Manila 2 Manila 3 Big Lake Twp. Lost Cane Burdette Twp; Burdette , Swayne Langston Gin Luxora Ward 1 Luxora Ward 2 Luxora Ward 3 Fletcher Twp. East Fletcher Twp. West . Victoria Osceola Ward 1 Dsceola Ward 2 Osceola Ward 3 Monroe Twp. East Monroe Twp. West • Reiser ! Driver Carson Golden Lake Wilson 1 ' Pecan Point , Joiner McGavbck Twp. 28 80 66 59 107 59 253 53 214 57 67 15 62 83 59 86 106 102 37 109 48 59 39| 36 59 25 35 53 35 24 78 37 75 17 31 19 12 5 29 45 23| 6 37J 26 44|33 27| 25 29| 19 28 22 12 19 20 27 40 24 24 28 33J 33 24|28 43J 75 8 107 17 12 ~31 81 64 72 12 57 63 SO 119| 66 84 284 56 229 63 75 28 73 26 39 58 35 23 82 58 65 64 19 94 33 40 "II 51|| ,13| 26] 1 »l :2|l 20 23 28| 12 37| 27 43 .31 25 36 29 .18 .25 29 31 22 21 25 15 16 23|20 26|38 25| 25 49| 64 14| 10 113 16 33J 27 ' 17 •Wbitton Twp. ' , 1 Town of Dyess Dyess Twp. Little River Milligan Ridge Etowah West Ridge Bondsville Bassett Twp. 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W.M.DeHart •William Monroe DeHart of Manila died Monday at Leachville. He was 60 Mr. DeHart, a farmer, had .Mved ta the Milligan Ridge Community for 24 years. He leaves his wife, Goldie DeHart of, Manila; Five sons, Hubert DeHart of Chandler, Ariz., Herschel De. Hart of Manila, Billy DeHart of Roe, Ariz., William DeHart ef Farmington, New Mexico and •Leonard DeHart of the United States Air Force in Viet Nam; Brown of Marion. South Care- A daughter. Mrs. Shirley Brown of Marion, South Caro- ;lina; • Three sisters. Mrs. Mai tie : Lee of Wynne, Mrs'. Janie Crabtree of McCroy, and Mrs. Mary .' Carike of Flint, Mich.; . And ten grandchildren. Sevices will be held Satur' day at Milligan Ridge Baptist Church, with Rev. Wayman ; Holt in charge. Burial will be . In Manila Cemetery. • Howard Funeral Service is in . charge. , G. W. Fletcher • Services were held today at 4 p.m. at Manila Methodist Church for George Washim*n Fletcher, 78, who died Tue/ay. Kev. Thurlo Reed was in charge and burial was in Manila Cemetery. Howard Funeral Service was In charge of arrangements. Mr. Fletcher, a resident of Manila for 66 years, leaves his wife, Mrs. Edna Mae Fletcher of Manila; Five MM, Frank, Eugene. Vemon, J. L., and Bobby Wayne Fletcher, all of Manila; A brother. James Thomas Fletcher of Manila; A i««r, Ma. NelHi Art* Mrs. Thompson Dies; Came U.S. At Age of Six Mrs. Hermina Thompson of 120 E. Sycamore (rear) died yesterday .after a brief illness, she was 81. A native of Germany, M r s. Thompson came to this country at the age of six. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Cobb •funeral Home chapel, with Rev. Joe Hamilton in charge. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Luther Gray, Jr., Bobby Dean, Harvey Chapman, Ray Yates, Curtis Bennet and Dr. Lewis Moore. Memorial Gets Government $$$ WASHINGTON (AP)- A bill to increase from $125,000 to $550,000 the authorized outlay for establishment of th,e Arkansas Post National Memorial was passed by the Senate and sent to the White House Wednesday. The memorial will CGtnmem orate Hie first .permanent European settlement west of the Mississippi River. It is located on a site in Arkansas County 60 miles east of Pine Bluff, Ark. Congress aready has appropriated $117,400 in planning and development funds for the memorial, for which Arkansas has give 221 acres. .The additional authoritization is needed for such things as completion of the road and trial systems, parking areas and a visitors center,, the Interior Department said. FRENCHMAN (Continued frow Page One) en days ago. He was met daily by a support truck carrying water and food. Temperatures ranged up to 125 degrees during the last few days of his •walk across salt flats on the floor of the valley, and ground temperatures up to 190 degrees blistered his sneaker-clad feet. * * * Near high noon Wednesday, two park rangers reported they ound Marquant dozing under lis umbrella, five miles from Furnace Creek. "I've got to keep going," he tod them. "If I don't I won't be able to make The rangers accompanied Marquant for nearly four hours,, reporting he consumed three gallons of water. Marquant's feet suffer from 190-degree ground temperatures, his arms and legs are cut from scrapes, he needs a shave. Marquant, 28, says he started the hike seven days ago to show adventure still exists in Ameri' Remember Pay Your Paper 807 Tropical Storm Weak MIAMI, ria. (AP)-Tropical storm Ella, with top winds of 50 miles an hour in a few squalls, thrashed toward the northwest today but was weak and disorganized. The U.S. Weather Bureau at Miami said Ella likely would remain weak and move on a west- northwesterly course at 10 miles an hour for the next 12 hours. Ella's ill-defined center was reported about 290 miles north of San Juan and 900 miles east southeast of Miami. She was not expected to affect any land area through Thursday. .Hurricane Dorothy, whirling through the Atlantic west of the Azores, remained a threat to snipping with her winds of 75 miles an hour. Hunt Still On For SHIwell SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A five-day air and sea search continued over the Pacific Ocean today for Brig. Gen. Joseph W. Stilwell, two companions and their missing airplane. 'Anything from a glass ball jouncing on the waves to a 3oating milk container has been checked out," a Coast Guard spokesman said. Navy and Coast Guard vessels —including the aircraft carrier Hornet—are taking part. Eight merchant ships joined the hunt. * * * The twin-engine DCS plane carrying Stilwell, commander of the Army's Special Warfare Training Center. at Ft. Bragg, N.C., reported Sunday it was liaving engine trouble and was not heard- from again. • With the general were two employes of an air ferry service. CIVIL RIGHTS (Continued from Page One) Washington representative of the National Assacation for the Advancement of Colored People. * # * Mitchell said he got it from » real estate agent who opposes the association's position. The association spokesman said the letter was one of a number sent in an effort to arouse opposition to open housing legislation. It called on "every realtor, every member of the business community who cherishes private enterprise and every property owner who values the traditional guarantees which go ership," to urge .his Congress with the right of property own- member to vote to eliminate Hie open housing section rrsm the bill. Geese Get Foreign Aid SEATTLE (AP) — Fourtee rare-Tule geese,: grounded b the airline strike, are bein cared for in the Woodland Par Zoo here. Howard Cantrell, U.S. gam management agent who flew th geese here from Fairbanks Alaska, said Tule geese are fas becoming extinct. Cantrell is taking the four adult geese and 10 goslings t the national wildlife exhibit a Patuxent, Md. Direct conhec ions from Seattle to the Eas lave been severed by the air ine tieup. Arizona Police Quiet Rioters GLOBE, Ariz. (AP) - Polic broke up a rock-throwing di turbance Wednesday nigbt i volving Negro' and white youth and some adults. About 100 persons were ! volved, said Police Chief R< Weinberg. No one was injure Weinberg said teen-age gir in a car apparently started by shouting at Negro youths vi iting in downtown Globe from federal Job Corps camp at Sa Carlos. There was no fighting, b rocks and other articles we thrown, police said. Edward Bok, the famous editor of the Ladies' Home Journal, campaigned for women'* suffrage, wildlife conservation and railroad ear cleanliness. He opposed billboards and public drinking cup*. His refusal to accept patent medicine ad verWng evMrtutfly led to the enactment of the fin Pure Food and On« ae of 1906. In 1923 he create* the American Pew* of U00,00fc County TP Arkansai .~ «... » Ashley % Baxter •—* Benton ; ....<... • S3 Jppne•...- ...i 26 Bradley ...................i.. 24 Halhoun "•«• W : Carroll >-.... - 26 Inicot 1* Clark 38 Clay ..." 28 Cleveland- 1» Cleburne i." 29 Columbia • ............ 29 jpnway , ;.. 32 Craig'head ................ 31 Crawford -" 31 Critteriden . ....... 33 Cross •—J* Dallas .•• *7 Desha : 28 Drew; 30, Faulkner • ••• 33 Franklin ... :„...... 33 Futon 18 Garland ..;. ••• • 49 Grant .............22, Greene .;..- 32 . 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Weather Bureau Agricultural service Reiser. Ark. A weak cold front in the far north'era plains is expected to push a little southward today jut not far enough to have any effect on Arkansas' weather. So for the next several days the weather picture over our state, will be. similar to that observed yesterday with' hot, luniid days mild to warm nights and widely scattered mostly afternoon evening thun-. dershpwers. •Temperatures yesterday did not quite, make the 10<Miegree mark, however a number of stations did reach 99. Other maximums generally in the upper '90s. Lows this morning reflected the warming trend by being, a couple of degrees higher than those yesterday morning. - The range of readings was from 66 at Calico Rock to 78 at Texarkana. Yesterday about noon a thundershower dropped .71 of an inch of rain in the gauge at Reiser. .Three miles east it is estimated that at least twice that .amount was received, while two miles further east hardly enough rain fell to dampen the streets. The only station other than Reiser reporting rain during the past 24 hours was Brinkley with .18. Testerda;Y high—88 O?«rnlght low—78 Precipitation previous S4 hour* (to 7 «:m. today)—nont Precipitation Jan. I to d»t»—30.30 Sunset today—7:05 Sunrise tomorrow—3:08 Thll Dlte A Tew Af« T«sterday'> high—«5 Orerolght. low—73 PnclplUtlea Jan. 1 ta daU—M.89 World DM** PHILADELPHIA (AP)-Harry A. Batten, 89, advertising executive and civic leader, died Wednesday. He wu chairman of he executive committee of N. W. Ayer & Sons, Inc. ANSONIA, Conn. (AP)-Ella Harris Emerson, 84, publisher of the Ansonia Sentinel and pres- dent of Emerson Brothers Corp., died Tuesday. BOSTON (AP) - Edward L. Casey, 72, selected to Walter Camp's 1919 All-America team, and later football coach at Harvard, died Wednesday. Markets Open ffl£b Low Last Chicago Wheat Sept. 185% 187% 185% 187'A Dec. 191% 193% 191% 193% Mar. 196% 198 196% 197% Chicago Soybeans Nov. 315% 318% 315% 317% Jan. 320% 322% 320 321% Mar. 323 325% 323 324% Traffic Accidents Cars driven by Linda Robinson of Route 3, Blytheville, and P. Vahrenhorst of Spring leld. Mo., were involved in an accident yesterday at Main and Division. Miss Robinson was charged with failure to yield right of way. Where's the Fire? House fire. 1009 Myrtle, 40:48 a.m., yesterday . New York Stocks Texas G. S 99'/4 Chrysler 38 RCA ..; 47i/4 A. T. & T. 54 Dow .'..,. 69% Xerox 229% GM 80% Pan American .......... 66% Ford 45V4 Westinghpuse •... 48% U. S. Steel 41% Curtis Pub 9Ys Comsat 50% Amer. Motors lOV's Sears 5i'/« Parke Davis 29% General Electric 99'/ s Beth. Steel 31% Reynolds Tobacco 37% .Standard N. J 69% Holiday Inn 39% Ark-La 41% Ark-Mo Divco-Wayna VIET NAM (Continued from Page One) find success at the end of ths long, hard struggle against Communist aggression. "As you know, you have our determined support in this effort, " Johnson added. Perhaps coincidentally and perhaps by design, the message was released a' day 'after Premier Nguyen Cao Ky told a news conference he wondered whether South Viet Nam's.allies had the patience to stick with her in a long war. He said the United States had the choice of invading the Communist North now or aiding South Viet Nam for another five to 10 years. In Washington Wednesday, Bill D. Moyers, presidential press secretary, said, "The President's views on not wanting a wider war are pretty well known." •*•••••••• Services By FUNERAL HOME Integrity ROBERT WHIFFLE,'Arrange* merits Incomplete.' » » » MRS. HERMTNA THOMPSON 2 p.m., Friday C6bb Cn»pel. ••••eeeeeeetueeeeeee*

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