The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 22, 1968 · Page 7
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Btythevffle (Ark,) Courier News - Monday, April 23, im- Page Sevtt Record Wwthw U. S. Weather Boreal Agricultural Service Reiser, Ark. General Weather Features — Low pressure in the plains will continue '•'. to pump moist, unstable air into the state. A continuation of the showery weather is expected with much of the state getting additional rains before Tuesday night. Weather Effects on Agriculture-Area of lighter weekend showers in the delta may permit some limited planting this afternoon, especially in the central and north delta after temperatures rise and dry fields off somewhat. Some planting and limited field work was possible Saturday and Sunday in the north delta. Soil moisture is still the main problem. This .excess soil moisture problem will likely be aggravated tonight and Tuesday as more showers move across the area. Any cotton planted today is likely to have a period of cool, Wet weather to contend with throughout this week. Average soil temperatures at two inches on Sunday were Reiser, 72; Marked Tree, 70; Stuttgart, 86; and Rohwer, 73. Five-Day Forecast — Temperatures Tuesday through Saturday will average two to eight degrees below normal with no major chances in day-to-daj temperatures. Normal highs 71 to 78. Normal lows 49 to 56 Precipitation will be heavy, totaling betwee none and two inches and occurring early in thi period and again toward the end of the week. • Saturday'! hlrh — tl Sunday's low — 54 Yesterday's high — 19 Overnight low — 63 Weekend prtotpltttlen (to T ••"> today) — .13 Precipitation Jin. 1 to dite—13.« Sunset today — 8:38 Sunrise tomorrow — 5:20 This DIM A tar Ago Testerday'B JUfh;—.M. Overnight lew.— M Precipitation Jan. 1 to date — 9.10 Morktfs Open High Low Chicago Wheat Hay . 138% 139% 138V4 ujy . 141% 141% 140% Sept . 141% 145 144H Chicago Soybeans New York Stocks 'exas GS :•'...'...> Chrysler .....••. RCA AT&T •. )ow •••'• Xerox . • GM .„.;.............•• 'an Americ *..-. •••< Ford W'house .................. 74 US Steel . .......... •• ..... 39% Curtis Pub . WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chicka sawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. . Ruby NeU O'Bryant, Plaintiff vs. No. 17591 J. D. O'Bryant, Defendant. The defendant, J. D. O'Bry ant, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the cour named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of th plaintiff, Ruby Nell O'Bryant Dated this 5th day of April 1968 at 9:45 o'clock A.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D. C. Leon Burrow, Attorney James M. Gardner, Atty. Ad Litem. 4/8, 15, 22, 29 itay uly .ug , 271% 272 274% 274% 274%'274% 272 274% 271% 274'/4 273% 123% , 50 , soy* , 80% , 264% , '80% ,20% , .54' Comsat ......:.., ........ 53% Amer. Motors ........... H% Sears .,.•-...... <»™ Parke Davis 28% Gen.'Elect »1% Beth. Steel ............... 29% Reynolds Tob . Standard NJ . loliday Inn .. Ark-La 42% 36% Ark-Mo (BID) ........... 10% Divco-Wayne ............. 53 U.S. (Continued from Page One) for reelection this year." —Said his discussions last week with North Atlantic Treaty Organization defense ministers showed "a better collective understanding of the role that various nuclear weapon systems coud play hi the -event of an emergency —Said new in" Europe, lessons were learned about the_use of .national guardsmen and federa troops in controlling racial riots in U.S. cities. "We have learned ,that manpower, not ftte ''pp^ef-, deals best with mass lawlessness,' Clifford said. "We have learned too, that a curfew can help greatly in preventing clashes and conflict and possible bloodshed." NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'! SALE Pursuant to the 1 provisions of i decree which was rendered by the Chancery Court of this district and county, in a cause therein pending wherein Joe Evrard, Administrator of Marcus Evrard Estate, Plaintiff Robert Clark and Frances Clark, his wife, Defendants I, the undersigned Commissioner of said iourt within lawful hours on the' date of tfay 10th, 1968, offer for sale at public auction, to the highest and best bidder, upon a credit of three months, at the front door of the Court House in the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, the following property:— Lot Number Three (3) in Block Two (2) of the J. L. O'Steen Addition to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas; as shown by recorded plat thereof. , The purchaser at said sale will be required to give bond with approved security to secure the payment of his bid and a lien will also be retained on the property therefor. GERALDINE LISTON, Commissioner in Chancery. Graham Sudbury 115 N. tod Street Blytheville, Arhansai, Attorney for Plaintiff. 4-22, m J. W. Johnson James W. Johnson, 85, diei in St. Bernard's Hospital in Jonesboro Saturday night. A retired farmer, he moved to Leachville in 1917. He wa born in Lawrence County, Ark. arid for the last eight years — since his retirement — he ha< been living in Jonesboro. Services were 2:30 this after noon at the Church of Christ in Leachville. Burial was in Leach ville Cemete yr ,wHrdrun-eaF< ville Cemetery, Howard Funer al Service in charge. He leaves five daughters Mrs. Opal Keith and Miss Bad Johnson, both of Jonesboro Mrs. Ethel Lewis of Blytheville, Mrs. Ethel Hudson of Ar lington, Va., and Mrs. Thehiu Smith of Memphis; And a brother, Hawley John son of Maiden, Mo. Pallbearers were his grand sons. TO INSTRUCT - Mrs. NeU T. Balkman, educational director for the Arkansas League of Nursing, will be the principal speaker at the league's nursing workshop to be held on April 23 and 24 at the Drummer Boy Restaurant, a spokesman for the group said. Among other speakers will be Dr. Joe B. Beasley, medical director of the Mississippi County Health Department, officials said. • Two Sp«ak At Seminar Jehovah's Witnesses have just cortcludad the largest convention they have ever twld in Northeast Arkansas, according to Herbert L. Wight, presiding minister of the Witnesses locally. The convention—which ended Sunday—attracted 974 persona from parts of northeast Arkansas, southeast Missouri and Illinois, Wight said, : Two area men. appeared on the convention program. Wight directed a part on .the seminar's program called, Serve Jehovah with Bejoic- ing." The first night of me gathering, Jerry K. Rogers of Blytheville was in charge of a part entitled, "Teach, Write on Hearts at Home." July 25-28, members of the Blytheville congregation will be delegates to a Memphis gathering expected to attract more than 10,,000 persons from the Mid South, Wight said. Meetings at the Blytheville Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, which were canceled for the ParagouJd convention, will now resume, according to Wight. (Coatinned from Page One) ances from all the. First Dis- rict Congressional candidates ixcept ciie." The First District's E. C. Gainings, who is retiring, and ellow Arkansas Congressmen Javid Pryor and Wilbur Mills are expected to be here as is Sen,J. W. Fulpright. Sen. John McClellan is listed as a doubt- Ul ' ., •-..•-. : •: : "I think one angle of tbis dinner should not be overlooked," Wunderlich said; "It will serve sort: of as a tribute to the long years of service Took Gainings has given us. All of Took's friends should ie there to shake his hand one more time." , About 300 tickets (at $15 each) lave been sold to date. Wunderlich has indicated that ie may stop ticket sales at around 500. Seven Mississippi County mayors got together recently to proclaim AprU 30 as Orvffle Freeman Day. The proclamation urges all citizens to "extend to the honorable secretary a very warm welcome." It is signed'by Charlie Wiygul, Oscebla; Fred George, Luxora; Chris Tompkins, Burdette; R. E. L. Wilson III, Wilson; Bruce Wilson, Reiser; Calvin Williams, Bassett, and Malcolm Announce Baby Contest Winners P- M. McCullin Jr. son of Rev. and Mrs. P. M. McCullin, was the winner of a baby contest sponsored by the Mother's Board of New Bithel Church yesterday. Kimberly Rainey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Berries Rainey, was second - place winner. Circle One of New Bethel will meet Thursday at 7 p.m. in the lome of Mrs. Louella Spears, and Circle Two will meet Wed- nesday'at 7 p.m: in the home of Mrs. Maude Robinson. Sunday, the Singing Union will be at Mt. Nemo Church at Armorel at 2 p.m. W. D. Burton is president of the union. VIETNAM (Continued from page one) storage areas and fortified positions two and five miles north- northwest of the valley. Today was the sixth day of heavy B52 raids on the valley. U.S. officials said many of the 20,000 enemy troops that held Khe Sanh under siege for 77 days have moved into the A Shau area, possibly for a push toward Hue and other coastal cities about 30 miles to the east, The North Vietnamese have been building up camps, roads and supply facilities in the valley almost without hindrance since they overran a U.S. Special Forces camp there two years $go. To the south, in the U Minh forest at the tip of South Viet- 9am, fires burning in a longtime Viet Cong sanctuary for more than a month were still whipping through the heavy .brush. A U.S. spokesman said the winds had shifted north but heavy smoke precluded evaluation of damage in the forest. U.S. Navy ships plying the coast of South Vietnam continued to bombard the tinderbox forest with rockets to keep the fires going. A U.S. Army observation pilot directed artillery fire against 'an undetermined number of enemy tanks" he reported sighting in the demilitarized zone about six miles north of the U.S. Marine post at Con Thien. There was no word on the result of the shelling. The U.S. Command reported today that allied forces captured more than 15,000 Individ* Koonce, Poiner. Proceeds from the dinner will go to assist Democratic candidates in the general election this fall. Wunderlich's steering committee for the banquet has scheduled a 6:30 meeting for tomorrow night at Blytheville Country Club., Freeman, Wunderlich said, will depart BAFB soori after the dinner. A New Drink? EL MONTE, Calif. (P) The thief who stole a truck Sunday from the C.M.Y. Trucking Co. may develop a new drink The truck contained 19 tons o liquor and 2% tons of canne( peaches. NO TIC E The Housing Authority of the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, will offer for sale by sealed bids the following parcels of lane in the Central Urban Renewal Area, Project No. Ark. R-39; C-50A2 400 Block N. Broadway R-fi9 800 Block Chickasawba R-88 700 Block West Ash Any information concerning the above property may be obtained at the Urban Renewal Office, 211 N. Broadway, Blytheville, Arkansas. Parcels mus 1 be bid separately, and each bid must be accompanied by redevelopment plans and a deposit of ten percent.. Bids will be opened Wednesday, May 1, 1968, at 2 P.M. at the Agency Office. All bids and plans are subject to the Board of Commissioners of the Housing Authority who reserve the right to reject any and all bids and plans. HOUSINU AUTHORITY OF ..THE CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE by W. J. Cuppleg Executive Director tl and 3,300 erew-served enemy weapons In the first three months of WW-enough, it said, to fully equip the infantry battalions of more than four North Vietnamese army divisions. Mrs. Burns Mrs. Evelyn Biggart Burns of Caruthersvllle, Mo., died April 13 in the Pemiscot County Memorial Hospital. She was bom in Steele and had lived in Caruthersvllle for the past 25 years. She was a member of the Eastwood Memorial Methodist Church in Caruthersyille. She is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Joseph E. Quelle of Centerville, Mass., Mrs. Abe Shafer of Shawnee Mission, Kan., Mrs. John D. Partridge of Little Rock, and Miss Susan Burns of Caruthersville; Two sisters, Mrs. Leon Burns of Blytheville, and Mrs. Lowell Lindsey of Rector, Ark, Funeral services were held In Eastwood Memorial Methodist April 15 at 2:30 p.m. Rev. Marvin Niblack officiated with assistance by Rev. Charles Miller of Steele. Burial was in Mt. Zion Cemetery in Steele with Dean's Funeral Home of Caruthersville In charge. Pallbearers were J. F. Patterson, William E. Chaffin, Floyd H. Drew, Joe Parkinson, Leyon Earls and Herbert Hud- Area Talent Hunt Is On A talent contest sponsored by the Neighborhood Child Care PRO washes away what your toothbrush leaves behind Center IB.Manila.will be held in the Manila High School auditorium on April 29, beginning it 7:30 p,m,, conteit official! announced today. Jerry Jaye, a recording artist, will be master of ceremonies for the event which will award $25 to the first • place winner In addition to consolation prizes to non-winners donated by local merchants, a spokesman said. Admission tickets will be $.73 for adults and $.35 for children, officials said. Those interested in participating in the contest may contact Ova Dee Flagg at the Post Office or call 561-4945 In Manila, when you buy a new PRO Look for the special display carton that contains Six FREE Double Duty toothbrushes Regular Retail 89/ each; total value $5.34 At: Availabl HIWAY DRUGS 1201 W Main OWEN'S DRUGS BARNEY'S DRUGS 2006 W. Main PROFESSIONAL RUG CLEANERS CALL PO 2-2433 PEERLESS KretPfekup And D*!lY*nr D'Alltn Beauty Con fsj»cfa/fr For You Dd>f Tim WhMltr 70 WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chicka- tawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas Helen Kay Foster Plaintiff, vs. No. 17590 Jlmmie Gregg Foster Defendant, The defendant, Jlmmie Gregg Foster, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Helen Kay Foster. Dated this 5th day of April, 1968 at 9:45 o'clock A.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By BETTY COATS, D. C. Leon Burrow, Attorney , James W. Steinslek, 'Atty. 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