The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 8, 1968 · Page 2
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Page Tvro - BlythevlU* (Ark.) Courier Newa - Monday, April », 1968 VIETNAM (Continued from Page One> management." Enemy activity also was re- jorted on the road to Hue hrough the A Shau Valley, 40 miles to the west. U.S. B52 Dombers made 11 raids over the veekend on enemy positions in .he valley. In Saigon, government sources said South Vietnamese Premier Nguyen Van Loc has signed a |J MALLARD LAKE — This weekend was fruitful for area fishermen as approximately 400 seekers of the finny creatures managed to catch them in abundance. Everyone on Mallard Lake appeared enthusiastic over the jjumber of fish the lake is producing, even though the size of the fish remain small. The lake was stocked recently', and the fish have not yet reached full size, but as time passes, authorities from the Arkansas Fish and Game Commission predict that Mallard Lake will be one of the best fishing areas in the state. (Courier News Photo) Daily Record Weather U. S. Weather Bureau * Agricultural Service Reiser, Ark. General Weather Features — A cool Pacific front moved into the- state during the afternoon and evening hours Sunday. It has weakened considerably and now lies near stationary across southeast Arkansas. There is a possibility of a wave development on this front and showers and a few thundershowers .will likely spread back, into the southeast half of the state tonight and Tuesday. Weather Effects on Agriculture — Soils are still too wet for field work in most of the delta. The north delta missed the heavier rains of the weekend and this helped somewhat to reduce soil moisture in that area. Freezing temperatures of late last week in .north Arkansas caused spotty damage to peach blooms. Some orchards suffered heavily from the below-freezing lemperatures while others had only minor damage. In the Bald Knob area strawberry blooms that were open were killed by 31-degree temperatures and frost. However, only a small percent of the blooms were open and heavy damage was averted for the time being. The prospect of critically low temperatures appears to be slim for most of ihis week. Cool wet soils will continue to be the biggest worry in the delta. Saturday's high — 58 Sunday's low — 47 Yesterday's high — 65 Overnight low — 59 Weekend precipitation {to ^ a.m. today) — .02 Precipitation Jan. 1 to date— 12.02 Sunset today — 6 :27 Sunrise tomorrow — 5:38 This Date a Year Ago Yesterday's high — 82 Overnight low — 52 Precipitation Jan. 1 to data — 7.34 Mar kefs Open High Low Last Chicago Wheat May 143% 143% 142% July . 145% 146V4 145V 4 Sept . 149V 4 149% 148 7 /a 143% 146 149% Chicago Soybeans May . 271 271 271 271% Juyl . 274% 274% 272 ] /4 274% Aug . 274 7 / 8 275Vs 274% 275Va New York Stocks Texas GS 118% Chrysler 63 50% 50'A RCA AT &T Dow •• 82% Xerox -V:.... 264% GM • 82 Pan Americ 23Vi Ford 55 W'house •-. 70?( US Steel 3914 Curtis Pub 914 Comsat — 56 Amer. Motors -.. H'/4 Sears 65 Parke Davis RFK Leading HH I NEW YORK (AP) - A survey by Newsweek magazine showsi Sen. Robert P. Kennedy, D- N.Y., leading Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey for the Democratic presidential nomination, with Sen. Eugene' J. McCarthy, D-Minn., running third. The survey shows Kennedy with 858 prospective delegate votes, Humphrey 541, McCarthy 272, 473 uncommitted, and 478 decree raising the draft age committed to favorite sons. A from 33 to 40 and recalling old-^ total of 1]312 votes is needed for Gen. Elect 90% Beth. Steel W. M. Vassar W. M. Vassar, 79, a retire farmer, died yesterday in Doc tors Hospital. He was born in Bradyville Tenn., and moved to Blythe ville about 33 years ago. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Jessie Perry Vassar of Blytheville; A, daughter, Mrs. J. B. Meacham of Blytheville; Six sons, Cecil Vassar of Wabash, Ark., Tommie Vassar and Eugene Vassar, both pf Manila, Grady Vassar and Morgan Vassar, both of California, and Bil- ^ ly Joe Vassar of Bensenville, j ill.; , • '• ! A brother, Pola Vassar of Bradyville; Three sisters, Miss Margaret Vassar, Miss Easter Vassar and Miss Dollie Vassar, all of Bradyville; Twenty - six 'grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Services will be 3:30 p.m. Tuesday in Cobb Funeral Home chapel, Rev. Harvey Fowler officiating. Burial will be in Dogwood Cemetery. ; Pallbearers will be Freddie Veach, Keith Steele, Rayburn ""aulkner, Boyd Estes, Eason Camp and Erbon Miles. er veterans to military service. This appeared to be the first step in the general mobilization promised by President Nguyen Van Thieu. • Even before pledging general mobilization if necessary, Thieu had said about 135,000 men would be added to South Vietnam's regional and popular forces by mid-1968. Gen. William C. Westmoreland, commander of U.S. forces in Vietnam, met in Washington with President Johnson over the weekend and said in a public statement: "Militarily we have never been in better relative position in South Vietnam." Westmoreland will leave his Vietnam command, by July to become Army chief of staff. .Government officials in Washington said he and Johnson agreed on Westmoreland's successor in Saigon and the choice will be announced soon. nomination. COMPUTER NETWORK FOR HOSPITAL ACCOUNTING ST. LOUIS (AP) - DePaul Hospital officials at St. Louis have announced plans for a 21- hospital computer network designed to handle basic account- accounting," said DePaul Hospitals in the western two-thirds of 'the 1 United Staes. " "As we learn more about the system through cost and patient accounting," said DePaul ospi- tal administrator Anthony Bunker, "we hope to move into patient information." NEW COMMANDER — Lt. Col. Robert W. McKee has arrived for duty at Blytheville Air Force Base and will serve as commander of the 2101st Communications Squadron. Egg Transfer PORTLAND, Ore. (Ah" — State and federal crews will begin Operation Mother Goose Thursday. They will use boats ,and helicopters to lift more than 1,000 for*.water begins backing up behind the John Day Dam on the Columbia River. The eggs will be taken l» Xennewick, Wash., for artificial 1< incubation, they After tne gees* will be placed i> , goose eggs from their nests be- 'nests along tMColumnia. A Health Report ONLY ONE REPAIR SHOP FOR PULLMAN CARS ST. LOUIS (AP) — Pullman Co. shops at St. Louis will be closed (about May 1), officials say..The action will leave just; one shop for the repair and maintenance of sleeping cars. Decline of business was cited by Pullman General Manager J. E. Flannery as the reason for , closing the St. Louis facility. The firm once had repair shops Bunker said nurses now in-1 j n six cities The remaining Pull- volved in clerical work will man repair shop will be in the eventuallybe freed to devote Chicago suburb of Calumet City, more time to nursing duties. Reynolds Tob 80% Standard NJ Holiday Inn 69 5 /s 50% Ark-La 36% Ark-Mo (BID) lOtt Divco-Wayne 54% iilllU'r: 'i ; i ii'LEi", .,/:, .,1,1,1,11: ..... iiniaiiiilllBl What's For Lunch? BLYTHEVILLE TUESDAY Hamburger Steak w. Gravy Mashed Potatoes W. K. Corn Lime Jello Salad Milk Sugar Cookies GOSNELL Tuesday Hamburger on Bun Pickle & Onion Relish White Beans Cookies Bread Milk IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS BUFORD MARTIN, ET AL PLAINTIFFS VS. No. 17575 ELIZABETH SPEARS, ET AL DEFENDANTS WARNING ORDER " The defendant, Elizabeth ^Spears, is hereby warned to appear within thirty (30) days in 'the above Court to answer a Complaint filed against her by iBuford Martin and she is ^warned that upon her failure •tn so appear and defend that .said Complaint may be taken ^as confessed, all as by law pro- 'vided. v WITNESS the hand and seal •"of.-the Clerk of the above mentioned Court this the 22nd day of. March, 1968. ISEAL ': GERALDINE LISTON, ' ' CLERK. By DONNA DiCICCO, 3-25, 4-1, 8, IS M. B. Cooper M. B. Cooper, 84, died Friday at his home near Cooler, Mo. He. was a retired farmer. Born at Aetna, Tenn., he had ,ived here since 1911. He leaves a son, J. D. Cooper of Blytheville; Four daughters, Mrs. Lor- •aine Durham and Mrs. Gail Wilferd, both of Cooler, Mrs. Evelyn Blessing and Mrs. Daisy Locke, both of Los Angeles, Calif.; A sister, Mrs. Ernest Beafcley COMEDIAN Buddy Hackett mugs while being mugged at the Clark County, Nev., sheriff's office. Hackett, booked at a Las Vegas hotel, complied with law requiring a work permit for anyone working at an establishment where liquor is sold or there is gambling. Actors Equity Association is contestine the law. Raymond Evans Funeral services for Ray mond Evans, 67, a former Blytheville resident who died Friday in Bolinas, Calif., will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m in the Cobb Funeral Home chapel by Rev. Russell Bragg, with burial in Elmwood Cemetery. The family will be at the residence of Mrs. Carl Wallace of 1512 West Main during their stay in Blytheville. U.S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT: OCfIc* of the District Director of Internal Revenue, LittJe Jtock. Arkansas, March fl. 1068: The following described real property seiwd from James L. and Gladys W. Crunipl-r, 1013 East Washington, Joneaboro, Arkansas, under Lavy Jj- sued fcr the nonpayment of assessed taxes due, will be soid at aubllo auction as provided In Sec- ion 6331 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1054, to be held at the site of th« property, 523 Ash, Blythavllle. ArX»n»M. »t 10:30 A.M., April IJ, 1983: lot Six («), Block Two (2) Dlythevllle Fourth (4) Addition to the City of BlythevllJe, Aikanms. rred W. Johnson. District Director by Roy B. Southern, Revenue Officer. «-!, 1 DRAMATIC COMPARISON of tiny new lamps with burning paper matc h points up size of compact light sources which will blink from computers and illuminate switches Tnd instruments. The lamps have a life expectancy of four to 10 years, according to GE engineers. HE'S A GOOD SCOUT, TOO HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP)- Chivalry is not dead, at least for 9-year-old Ronda Lee. Miss Lee recently was observed selling Girl Scout cookies. She was accompanied by 8- of Houston, Tex.; I year-old Dennis Goheen who Fifteen grandchildren and 101 went along to "carry the cook- great - grandchildren. Services were today at 1:30 p.m. in the Oak Ridge Metho- iist Church near Cooler, where he was a member. Rev. Marvin Niblack officiated, assisted by Rev. Charles Miller. Burial was in Mt. Zion Cemetery, Cobb Funeral Home in charge. Pallbearers were Clarence Byrn, Marshall Thomas, J. V. Osborne, Isaac McKay Jr., Al- Hawkins and Robert Hodge. Services By INTEGRITY RAYMOND EVANS _ Services Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Coih Fu rieral Home chapel. Burial in Elmwood Cemetery. W. M. VASSAR, 3:30 p.m Tuesday, Cobb chapel. SPECIAL REG. 35c STEAK SADWICH 111. OSAKA TO STRIKE COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS OSAKA (AP) -.Organizers of the 1970 World Exposition in Osaka will sell commemorative medals to raise funds to defray expected costs. . • The organizers said they will mint 410,000 commemorative" medals in platinum, gold, silver and copper. A set will cost about-$278 but the medals will also be sold individually. They hope to raise $1,388,900. The exposition, scheduled for March to September 1970, will, cost about $218,230,000. PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED AS SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytheville Courier News BLYTUEVILLE, ARK. ZIP - 72315 - . Harry W. Haines, Publisher 3rd at Walnut St. Blytheville. Ark. Published daily except Sunday Second class postage paid at Blytheville. Ark. In Blytneviile pud towns fn tat Blytheville trade territory. HOME. DELIVERY RATES Daily : • 35c per week BY MAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCF Within 50 miles of BlytheyiUe $8.00 per year More than 50 miles from BlytherUlt $18.00 per year From wovei All the health professions are uniting' to explain to people why this is a dangerous are for those who are careless with medicine and household products. STOP GAMBLING WITH CHILDREN'S L1VKS. It is time we gave them a ''break" by not leaving dangerous products easily available. Any drug* which has medical value is also potentially harmful. The most used drug m the world, Aspirin, is a killer for children who accidentally take too much. CLEAN OtJT YOUR MEDICINE CHEST NOW. Get rid of all leftover medicines and throw out anything which has deteriorated. Keep all medicines in a place impossible for the younger children to reach. Never take any medicine in the dark and without carefully reading the label to make certain you have the right one. Pharmacists check every iaBel at least twice before dispensing the ingredients. WATCH OUT FOR HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS. Bleaches are one of the greatest causes of accidental poisoning. All cleaners are dangerous for children. You must keep them out of their reach. ; WE HAVE ACCURATE DRUG RECORDS. If any member of your family is unfortunate enough to take an overdose of any medicine we have dispensed, after calling your physician, phone us. We can almost immediately tell you what is in any prescription and what to do till the physician arrives. Plaza WALGREEN AGENCY Drugs PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER . Ph. PO 3-4507 Blytheville SAVE BY MAIL SAVINGS INSURED We make it as convenient as possible for you to save. What could be easier than savings by mail? Your .savings will earn 4 3 A% per annum, and is insured to $15,000 by the F5ALIC. All this convenience for only a 6c stamp. Why not open your savings account with us today! SAVINGS IN BY THE 10TH, EARN FROM THE 1ST. heville SAVINGS 6. LOAN ASSOCIATION

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