The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 4, 1966 · Page 14
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ft* Fourteen ~ Bfrftwme '(Art.)' Courier Vnt - Hmrrfay, AngMi i, 1 Daily Record Weather U. & Weather Boreal 7- Agricultural service Keiser. Ark. • After below-normal maximum temperatures in the 80s yesterday Arkansans experienced a very pleasant night for sleeping. " Temperatures were in the upper 50s and 60s with Calico Rock residents reaching for cover this morning as they reported a low of 51. These cool temperatures are giving a welcome change from the above normal temperatures recorded last month. SHowever, most cotton growers will be willing to sacrifice a little personal comfort in order to return to hotter temperatures which are necessary for best cotton growth. ^'Forecasts call for a slow Warming trend for partly cloudy skies through Saturday and with no rain indicated through that date. Highs should be in the 84 to 94 bracket while nighttime minimums should continue to be mostly in the 60s. •Yesterday's high—86 'overnight low—63 -•Precipitation previous 24 hours (to 7 a-m. today)—none -Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—30.89 - Sunset today—6:59 • Sunrise tomorrow—5:13 This Date A year Ago - Yesterday's high—81 Overnight low—63 :.Precipitation Jan. 1 to dote—29.81 . World Deaths LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) — Boyd A. Raeburn, leader of one of the country* top progressive jazK bands at the end of World War n, died Tuesday. He was Markets Open High Low Last Chicago Wheat Sept. 185 186 184% 185% Dec. 192V< 192% 191>/8 191% Mar. 196V4 196% 195% 196 Chicago Soybeans Nov. 320 322 319 319% Jan. 323>/ 2 326 323 Mar. 328 324 329'/4 326V4 327'/4 95% 47% 54% New York Stocks Texas G. S Chrysler RCA A. T. 1 T Dow 68% Xerox 232'A GM 81% Pan American 68% Ford 45% Westinghouse 47Vi U. S. Steel 42 7 /a Curtis Pub 9% Comsat 50% Amer. Dolors 9% Sears 53% Parke Davis 28% Gen. Elect 93% Beth. Steel 33 Reynolds Tobacco 36% Standard N. J. ,. 69 Holiday Inn 38% Ark-La 40% Ark-Mo 13V4 Divco-Wayne 29% OBITUARY Jeff Brannum Jeff Brannum, lifelong resident of Hornersville, died suddenly at his home yesterday morning. He was 64. He leaves his wife, Cora Brannum; Five sisters, Mrs. M o n t i e Rauls and Mrs. Mattie Howerton, both of Kennett, Mrs. Myrtle Gowan and Mrs. Lucille Rogers, both of Hornersville, and Mrs. Wanda Whiteley, Star City, Tex. Services are incomplete. Howard Funeral Service is in charge. An aere Is 160 square rods in square measure. trie executive board Aug. ». If approved then, the request would be presented to the convention itself in November. In a statement from the board published in the Aug. 4 issue of the Arkansas Baptist Newsmagazine, J. A. Gilbreath and Rev. S. A. Whitlow said some action is essential because of the growing financial impact of Medicare on the center, which will cause it to lose 'a minimum of $15,000 a year." .Gilbreath is administrator of the medical center and Whitlow is executive secretary of the convention. Gilbreath and Whitlow offered several suggestions on how to sever the convention's control of the hospital. ABMC Seeks Cut From Convention LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Officers of the Arkansas Baptist Medical Center have recommended that the state Baptist Convention give up its control of the hospital so it can get federal aid without violating the principle of separation of church and state. The trustees of the operating committee of the executive board of the Baptist State Convention have made a statement to this effect. The trustees meet with the finance committee of the convention and then with 'LECTION (Continued from Page One) ASC a university. Johnson spent most of Wednesday in his headquarters meeting wiBi supporters, in contrast with his heavy schedule of stump speaking during the first primary campaign. Neither Johnson nor Holt has made anything that could be called a stump speech since the July 26 election, and apparently they have decided to do most of their competing for runoff votes on television and in smoke-filled rooms. Both men have scheduled television addresses tonight. Holt, in a statement released by his headquarters, said he favored helping counties buy voting machines. He said the "confusing and unprecented delay h obtaining a final count" in the July 2t election "has pointed up toe urgent need (or voting machines in the larger precincts ID Arkansas." Holt said If elected he would recommend to the legislature that a state fund be set up to aid in the purchase of voting machines. In another development in the race, Dr. James D. Bales of Harding College at Searcy endorsed Johnson, Johnson's headquarters said Wednesday. In a statement issued to news media, Bales said he was not endorsing Johnson in his official capacity as a professor or theology at Harding, but rather as a citizen of Arkansas. "I appreciate his stand for constitutional government. The nature of some of the opposition is a recommendation of him," Bales said. Bales recently took part in a debate on the theory of evou- tion in Little Rock, speaking against the validity of the theory. Youth Program Is Planned A team of young people from Arkansas State College in Jonesboro will be at Memorial Baptist Chapel (315 South Lilly) Friday, Saturday and Sunday night in special youth revival services. Paul Weldon, Ron Ellis' and Beverly Maddox will be the revival leaders. A special "junior jamboree" has been scheduled for 4 p.m. Saturday at Walker Park. Arkansas News Briefs WASHINGTON (AP) - The Senate's Agricultural Committee gave its aproval Wednesday to funds for three watershed project in Arkansas: Caney Bayour, $499,076, North Fork of Ozan Creek $1,046,878 and White River Backwater $1,685,160. Under law, federal funds are available for the projects if both House and Senate agriculture committee approve them. The House group has not yet acted on the projects. LITTLE ROCK (AP) - William E. Thornton, who received a 45-year prison sentence on his conviction in 1948 of first- degree murder in Sevier County, was among 57 convicts paroled Wednesday by the state Pardon and Parole Board. Also paroled was Mrs. Elaine S. Fuhrman, 42, of Paragould, who was sentenced to 10 years in prison for her role in the June 1964 robbery of the Security Bank and Trust Co. of Marmaduke. Four years of her sentence was suspended for good behavior. GULFPORT, Miss. (AP) — The Red Cross said Wednesday that 88 volunteers from the 188th Tactical Reconnaissance Group of the Arkansas Air National Guard from Fort Smith have each given a pint of blood for use in Viet Nam, They made the contributions Tuesday and Wednesday, on regular visits of • UoodmoMIe to Gulf port and Biloxi. The mil ii in training ber*. HELENA, Ark. (AP)- Mary Francis Lee, 80, chief of the Memphis, Tenn., Commercial Appeal's Helena bureau, died Wednesday at a Memphis hospital. Miss Lee, who suffered from heart condition, had been chief of the morning newspaper's Helena bureau for about two and one-half years. IT • highway. Tin cause of deati was not imedidately deter}, minted, and officerf ordered M autopsy. . _i Arraigned on a charg* « murder were James A. Sumter Jr. and Kenneth Smith Jr. 1 ,. both believed to be stationed at the Port Brownsville Coasfc Guard Station. | LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Tty families of the 53 men killed In the explosion of a Titan IJ missile silo near Searcy lasj August could receive up to $!,« WASHINGTON (AP) - Ma- 631,000 in Social Security , rianna, Ark., won approval |ments. -• Wednesday/of a $4,800 loan to plan a 14-unit, low-rent housing project. The Department of Housing and Urban Development announced the approval. LAGUNA VISTA, Tex. (AP) —C. L. Harrison of Leola, Ark., . The maximum could b» reached if the 72 minor children of the men all attend school through the age of 21. Th$ figure is $1.4 million if none of the children attend school aft er age 18. \ An actuarial study of the survivors, made by the Social was found dead near here •.—•-•—.": •--.. . Wednesday and two Coast Security Administration, shows Guardmen have been charged [that 37 families of the men now in connection with the death, receive monthly Social Security _ — i. . ' . i . liAttAfttfi nnnrtinrr fWtm Sfifi Trt the Cameron County district attorney's office said. Harris, 60, had been missing from a Port Isabel motel since July 22, officers said. His body was found about 600 yards from benefits ranging from $66 to $304. Bodies Recovered FALMOUTH, England (AP)The Falmouth and Fowey lifeboats recovered three bodies today believed to be from the missing excursion boat Darl- win. . They were the first bodies recovered since the 45-foot boat disappeared Sunday off the Cornish coast of southern England with 31 persons aboard. The bodies were those of a man, a woman and a girl. Newspaper's Lifetime I Tsing Pao, a court journal published in Peking, China, had a lifetime of over 1,400 years. It is said to have started publication as early as the 500s and was continued until 1935. Services By FUNERAL HOME Integrity BLYTHEVILLE STORES OPEN NIGHTS UNTIL 8 P.M. Retail Merchants Association Have Chosen Friday Night in Piaee of Thursday Night in Order to Provide Shewing Convenience for More People in This Area. Shop In Blytheviile Tomorrow Night & Every Friday til 8 p.m. MBHtMH^M^HH^MMHHMBMMMi^^MilMMMHMaaNaHMMaMHMaWaMnM THIS AD SPONSORED BY THE EOLLOWING: STERLING KRESS R. D. HUGHES CO. MEAD'S CLOTHING MARTINS MEN'S STORE OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPLY CO. HUBBARD & HOKE FURNITURE CO. GRABER'S JIEDEL'S WADE FURNITURE CO. HALSELL & WHITE FURNITURE CO. JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO, WESTBROOKS FAMILY SHOE STORE JACK'S SHOES PAUL'S BOOTERY HEUER'S SHOE STORE

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