The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 19, 1968 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 19, 1968
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— Blythevlll* (Art,) C«urt»r New — Friday, January 19, 1MK Daily Record Weather Yuterdfty'c hlgh-54 OVfe'rnislH low—30 Frfefclpttatlon prrvioiis 34 houri (to..7 a.m. today)—none Prtclpltfttloii Jan. 1 to date—1.31 SAjriset today—5:17 Sunrise tomorrow—7:05 •/•-Tilts Dato A Year ARO Yesterday *s high—28 Qvcrntslit low—21 Frccipliation Jan. 1 to dat«— .31 Cadet Wilson Wilson Makes % List At Academy Cadet First Class Douglas Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L,,,,Wilson of Blytheville, was named to the Superintendent's Lisl following his recently completed semester at ttie Air Fwce Academy. iThe Superintendent's List, the highest list that can be attained by a senior cadet at the acad- eniy, is reached only after a cadet has first made the Dean's and Commandant's Lists. ; Wilson, who as a math major has' made the Dean's Lisl consistently will graduate and be commissioned a second lieutenant in June. ;His father, R. L. Wilson, is the education officer for Blytheville, APB. } R. E. Kinnel 'Services for Raymond E. Kin- nol will be 2 p.m. tomorrow at Cobb Funeral Home chapel. He died last Sunday in Phoenix,' Ariz. WJ(W FRIDAY, JANUARY 19 6:00 SERENADE To Be Announced. 6:30 WHAT'S NEW Traveling in Iceland. An overall look at Iceland today. 7:00 ALL ABOARD Poncey Thinks of Ways to Stay Awake. 7:30 CHANNEL 10 TRAVELS Wyoming's Wonderful Waterways. 8: no THE FACE OF SWEDEN The Icicle and The Sun. The life and culture of Sweden. 6:30 N.E.T. PLAYHOUSE The Successor. A fictionalized portrayal of what occurs when Catholic cardinals convene to elect a new Pope. Markets Open High Law Last Chicago Wheat Mar. 147% 147*4 148% 146% May 151 3 i 15H4 150% ISO'-i July 151V4 151V4 151 151 Chicago Soybean! Jan. 270W 270'/4 269% 269% Mar. 274'/4 274 Vt 273% 27314 May 277% 277% 277% 277 New York Stocks Texas GS Chrysler RCA AT t T Dow Xerox CM Pan Amcric Ford W'house US Steel Curtis Pub Comsat .,Amer. Motors Sears Parke Davis Gen. Elect Beth. Steel Reynolds Tob Standard NJ Holiday Inn Ark-La Ark-Mo (Bid) Divco-Waynn 114% 55'/4 51% 52',4 83% 270'A 80% 22% 52% 64% 41!i 13'/4 , 48 '/4 12% 61% 28'A 93% 32% 44% 68% 52 38 V4 11V4 59% Needed Legislation? FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) , Kentucky Sen. J. D. Buckman Ret bis sights on knocking out a time-honored political campaign promise. With a smile, Buckman, a Democrat, introduced legislation that would keep candidates fof governor from promising not 10-raise taxes. JOHNSON (Continued from Page One) jail," sh« said. "He gets i record and the government takes car* of him and they don't send him to Vietnam to get shot up. It pays to be a bad guy." And that, she said, is where the real cause of juvenile delinquency lies. ' They don't want to get sent off to get shot so they rebel in tie streets. They take and they smoke a joint and :hey will get just as high as they can," Mrs. Richard Hughes, wife of he NEW Jersey governor, uniped up to offer rebuttal. She said her first husband vas killed while serving in the Air Force and her eight sons ace going to Vietnam but are itudying, not smoking marijuana. "Anyone who takes pot because of the war in Vietnam is some kind of kook," Mrs. •tughes concluded. Mrs. Johnson added: 'Just because there is a war in—and I pray there will come i just and honest peace—that till does not give us a free tick- I. not to try to work on better- ng tilings in this country." Applause broke out as the "irsl Lady concluded: "Violence will not help. It will call attention to the problem, but violence alone will not solve it." (Continued from Page One) wishes, mostly while she was out of town. * * * Besides, sbe says, the secluded road is used for a "lover's lane, and I don't have to sland for that kind of thing." The local postmaster has reported the fence to his superiors, saying it blocks a mail route. Rogers and Jenkins have had a frustrating go at the barbed wire through official channels. First they went lo the police juror elected from their district but claimed they got no satisfaction. The district attorney was called in and he said he would write a letter telling the widow to lake the fencedown. The letter brought no results. Then they swore out the charges and the matter passed to the sheriff's office. Resolutely, the deputies moved to serve the warrants but found Mrs. Brock "sick in bed with the flu." "She is supposed to come up to the office with her attorney when she gets well," a sheriff's office spokesman said this week. Culture Comes To Small Town LESTER, Wash. (AP) - Culture came to Lester this week and found an appreciative audience. Because (his small community in the Cascade Mountain foothills is virtually isolated by winter snows, its school children have been unable to attend the free opera and symphony performances given in Seattle under a federal program. So members of the Seattle Symphony and the Seattle Opera flew to Lester by helicopter for a performance. "They'll be raving about this for months," said Jerry Medcalf, principal of the 26-pupiI school after the concert. "It's the only thing they'll be talking about." HOMESTEADING HIPPIE takes in some tun oa Rome's famed Spanish Steps, a popular gathering place for the flower crowd In the "Eternal City." Thii hippie in dress rebellion comes across looking like an immigrant farmer in the piopeer weit Stove Thief Causes Gas Explosion WILMINGTON, Calif. (AP) A thief unhooked a gas stove in an apartment house and made off with the stove early Thursday. Hours later, accumulated gas ivas ignited by the pilot light of a gas heater in the vacant apartment and exploded. Broken glass was scattered for 100 feet. No one In Kie 16-unit building was injured. Lots of Corn WASHINGTON (AP) — The Agriculture Department say lew experiments support th hoory that the availability ight. is the chief factor in acr yields of corn. The department said Thurs day a University of Illinois pro- "essor and a department so scientist installed aluminum re lectors to throw sunlight in th ower parts of corn plants. The ;ol a phenomenal yield of 27 lushels an acre. The 1967 avei age yield per acre for the coun ry was 78 bushels. ATOM SMASHER pwhew.desirable ebmcet ta neterieb by subjectta ftera to atomic particles mwhT-Textremely high «pe«U. Ttetafcta make* •d)"*"* •• Unit rfnfner te eoe enleni fcy <**«! Motott ier ue la develop pluUc bedks fer cars Md tneks. Verdict Returned In Coble Cor Croih SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A coroner'g jury returned an involuntary manslaughter verdict Thursday against the gripman of a cable car involved in a fiery intersection crash that killed two persons Dec. 3 The finding was against Arthur Coates, 42, who had been under suspension since Dec. 27, the day he returned to hit job End ta Nam* Calling NEW YORK (AP) - A judge Thursday ordered an unidentified husband to stop making out his estranged wife's support checks payable to "adultress" or ' adultress bigamist." "No woman," ruled Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Louis B. Heller, "should ever be put into the position of degrading herself or being instrumental in publishing libel against herself in order to cash or deposit a check to !at«d Interest. a E. Carter said Thursday he received a letter from the state informing him the $52.38 he paid in state taxes in 1966 was two cents short of what he owed. Carter said he was informed fie now owed $6.49 in penalties and interest, plus the two cents for a total of $6.51. which she is entitled. The couple have been separated for five years, the court said. from sick leave, The jury said it found "no evidence of criminal responsibility" on the part of the cable car j conductor, Louis A. Abies. i Coates and Abies were among Two-Cents Worth the more than a score of persons injured when the cable car raced down the Hyde Street hill toward Aquatic Park crashed into several cars. and CLOV1S, N.M. (AP) - A Clovis railroad employe is being asked by New Mexico for his two cents worth—plus accumu- DOUBLE KOEHLER MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa (AP) —A newcomer to this town, Kenneth L. Koehler, is constantly being confused with another Kenneth L. Koehler, who has been a resident here for some time. The two men have the same middle name of Leroy. Each has four children. The father of each man ii named named John. Both have families who settled in th* Galena, 111., area years ago, but they can find no records to indicate they are related. Present fer Tito BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (AP) - 'President Tito joined Mao Tse-tung and French Presl dent Charles de Gaulle Thursday as the only legal owners outside Cambodia of 12th century relief fragments found in the old Khmer capital of Angkor Wat. Prince Norodom Sihanouk of Cambodia, host to the touring Yugoslav president, made the gift at a reception in Phnom Penh, Sihanouk's capital. "Nobody will get anything like this ever again," Sihanouk told Yugoslav correspondents accompanying President Tito. The prince added, "We have given such presents to Mao Tse-tung, De Gaulle and now to Tito," the correspondent for Belgrade's daily Borba reported. tint BIjthMiUt. Artt. Published dall; except Second cUw poiUf* ftU U to. «d tow., I. t •IrtlKville trade territory. HOME DELIVIKY HATM Berrieee By COBB FUNERAL HOME INTEGRITY RAYMOND E. KINNIL, t p.m. Saturday, Cobb chtpel. llinillllllllllllllllllllllllHilllilllllillllillllllllllNIIIIIIIIIHilllil' FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN BLYTHEVILLE OFFERING TO THE PUBLIC IMMEDIATELY! 10,000 SHARES COMMON STOCK AT $ 60°° PER SHARE (PAR VALUE $10.00) This stock is being offered to the people of the community in order to show our appreciation of their patronage over the years. The management of the bank felt the people who had helped make our bank grow should be allowed the opportunity to share in the ownership. Any information about this sale can be obtained by calling the First National Bank in Blytheville, Arkansas. PHONE PO 3-4443. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK me IN BLYTHEVILLI BLYTHEVILLE, ARK.

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