The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1968 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 29, 1968
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?M '«•' »y*«vffl« Cnorttr K»w» - . 'April ».' I Luxora Planning i Summer School §1 remedial summer school program will be held by Luxo$ schools starting June 10, aid will continue for six weeks, a&ording to William Rowe, elementary school principal. 3"o be eligible students must: I) Be enrolled in grades 2 thjough 8; |) Live in the Luxora school dfiirict; 8J-Have attended a Luxora school during 1967-68; 4) And have a recommendation from a Luxora teacher. Transportation will be provided and lunch served (qualified students will receive free lunches), Rowe said. Classes will begin at 7:30 a.m and be dismissed at 12:30 p,m. Students who plan to attend should enroll at the elementary principal's ofifce as soon as possible, Rowe said. Daily Record Weather V. S. Weather Burean Agricultural Service Reiser, Ark. General Weather Features A stationary front that brought violent weather to southeast Arkansas for several nights is moving eastward. High pressure building into the state from the west will be the dominating weather influence for several days. Weather Effect on Agriculture — Cloudy skies will persist in southeast Arkansas this morning but decreasing cloudiness this afternoon will allow some sunshine to filter through. Variable weekend shower activity win result in variable delay m getting back into the fields. Southeast Arkansas had the heaviest rains with over an inch in most locations. This will result in field work delays until late in the week. The central and north delta should be m better shape and field work will gain • momentum there as the week: goes by. The average soil temperature Sunday at the two- inch -depth showed Reiser had 68 degrees; Marked Tree, 71; Marianna, 75; and Rohwer, 74. The Five-Day Forecast—Temperatures will average near normal -Tuesday tough Saturday with- only minor day-to-day changes. Normal highs 72 to 79. Normal lows 50 to 58. Rainfall will be light with total amounts mostly less than one-quarter of an inch. Showers most likely latter part of this week. Saturday's hls» — 13 Sunday's low — 39 Yesterday's high --" *°preclpttiition Jin. 1 to date—H-SO Sunset today — 1'-*3 SuprUe tomorrow — 6:12 Markets Open High Low Last Chicago Wheat May . 135'/4 135% 134% 134 3 /< Juyl . 139% 139% 137% 138% Sept . 142% 142% 141% 141% Chicago Soybeans May . 271% '271% 271 271% July . 274% 274% 274 274% Aug . 273% 273% 273 273 New York Stock* Texas GS *39 : Chrysler 66% RCA 52% AT&T Pow Xerox 280% Ford • This Date » Year Ago Testerday'l hl?h — 74 Overnight low — 63 Precipltwion Jan. 1 to a»te- 50 81 GM 82% Pan Americ 21 58% W.'house • ' US Steel 39% Curtis Pub 10% Comsat 60 Amer. Motors 12% Sears 69 Parke Davis ............. 28% Gen. Elect 94% Beth. Steel -... 30 Reynolds Tob 42% Standard NJ 71% Holiday Inn 52 Ark-La 36% Ark-Mo (BID) 11 Divco-Wayne 85 wjcno- TUESDAY, APRIL 30 Z;30 ALL, ABOARD A Giant House With Hundreds of Rooms! 3:00 JOURNEY The Carolinas. 3:30 THE FRENCH CHEF Lobster Thermidor. Lobster with sauce baked in its own shell. 4:00 WHAT'S NEW Indian Dances. The three dances in this program are Slickball Game and Victory Dance, Buffalo Dance and Hoop Dance. 4:30 N.E.T. JOURNAL Still A Brother: The Negro Middle Class. 6:00 ON HEARING MUSIC Hinshaw Plays Ives I. 6:30 MISTER ROGERS NEIGH- POLICE (Continued from Pr;- One) serving the paper on which they are printed, Ford said. The fake notes do not have the bits of colored thread which are impregnated in the paper of ah actual note, police said. Two of the $10 were discovered at the First National Bank Saturday in deposits made by B & T Amusement Company and L. K. Ashcraft Company. The third note was found the same day in collections made by Robertson Distributing Com pany, Chief Ford said. BORHOOD Premiere. The imaginative Neighborhood of Make-Believe has been designed with the six to nine age group in mind. Fred Rogers, ordained minister and teacher, encourages his viewing guests to enjoy and -wonder, trust and learn about the feelings and things which they can experi- COUNTY (Continued bom Page One) didn't bring Mayor Richard J. Daley of Chicago openly into the vice president's camp with the lit vote Illinois delegation. Neither did it seem to alter the favorite-son plans of Gov. Richard J. Hughes as head of New Jersey's 82-vote delegation. Neither were there outward stirrings in Ohio, with 115 votes, or Pennsylvania, with 130. Humphrey's official announcement Saturday, before a crowd of abou 2,000 supporters who cheered him to the chande- ence together. Humphrey's official an- 7:00 'ALL ABOARD I nouncement Saturday, before a A Giant House With Hundreds crowd of about 2,000 supporters who cheered him to the chande- .iers, was counted ,by all concerned as a social, political and television success. The 56-year-old vice president of Rooms- 7:30 CHANNEL 10 TRAVELS The Carolinas. 8:00 TOPIC: MEMPHIS CITY SCHOOLS Spring Sports: A composite of sports activities in the schools during the Spring. Textbook Selection: Procedure used in choosing textbooks for the city system. 8:30 THE BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHSSTRA Beethoven's "Symphony No. 2" and•• Colgrass' "As Quiet As" will be featured. The conductor is Erich Leinsdorf. -10.76 WORLD DEATHS PATERSON, N. J. (AP) - Alden Stevens, 60, author and president of the 25,000-member Association on American Indian Affsirs died Sundsy. otGVcns, —.—,—. ... .....- ...... . whose'books include "Victory j in Hornersville cemetery. Without Peace" and "Arms and Pete Brannum Pete Brannum died Saturday night at Community. Methodist Hospital in Paragould following a long illness. He was 93. A retired farmer, he had lived in HoarnersviUe all his life. He leaves three sons, Cullie Brannum and Thomas Brannum, both of Cardweli, Mo., and Pete Brannum Jr. of Hornersville; Four daughters, Mrs. Ruth Wagster of California, M r s. Sadie Lenderman of Memphis, Mrs. Emma Henson of Cape Girardeau, Mo., and Miss Mabel Brannum of Hornersville; Twenty - seven grandchildren and 55 great-grandchildren. Services will be 3:30 p.m. today at Howard Funeral Service chapel in Leachvule with burial the People," was field director of the Mobil Travel Guide and wrote for several television series.-A 30-year member of the Wrong Address SALT LAKE CITY AP) Just keep telling the drivers nes._A Olr-jcdi mctjiut.1 "i "— uuai ncc^ idling >up. uuveia Indian welfare organization, he | they have the wrong address, became its president in 1964. police advised Clarence Smith when he complained that four WEST BEND, Wis. (AP) Walter A. Ziegler, 73, a director of B£. Ziegler and Co., one of the. nation's.largest underwriters of church, school and hospital securities, died Sunday. Ziegler, who joined the firm in 1915, was a brother of its founder. SANTA FE, N. M. (AP)-Winfield Townley Scott, 58, nationally famed poet, essayist, editor and critic, died Sunday after being stricken in his Lome. CLEVELAND (AP) — Edward F. Bang, sports editor for 53 years of the old Cleveland News, died Saturday. Bang, 88, who helped found the Baseball Writers Association of America, won T national recognition in the sports world for his writing and charitable promotions. WABAN, Mass. (AP) - Alexander Borovsky, 79, noted con- cert'pianisl who was a soloist with" major orchestras in Europe and North and South America, died Saturday in his home. What's for Lunch? LUXORA Tnewiay Smerkraut with Wetnen Pinto Bonn S&etened Rlc« Butared Coro Broad Milk truckloads of sand and two taxicabs arrived—unbidden—at his home. spoke vigorously of maturity of judgment, national unity and priorities for peace he left no doubt he felt he was best qualified to achieve. IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CfflCKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF R. B. STOUT, DECEASED PROBATE NO. 4662 NOTICE Last Known Address of Decedent: 1214 Chickasawba Street, Blytheville, Arkansas. Date of Death: April 1 2, 1968. An instrument dated October 4, 1967, was on the 25th day of April, 1968, admitted to Probate as the last Will of the above- named decedent and the undersigned has been appointed Executrix thereunder. A contest of the Probate of the Will can be effected only by filing a Petitions within the time provided by law. A 11 persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this Notice or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This Notice first published this 29th day of April, 1968. MARY ANN JAYROE — Executrix c/o H. 6. Partlow, Jr. Attorney at Law P. 0. Box 406 Blytheville, Arkansas. 4-29 5-6 Likes to Be Governor RICHMOND, Va. (AP) Gov. Mills E. Godwin Jr. says he "Would rather be governor of Virginia than vice president of the United States." Godwin made this comment at a news conference Thursday after saying he would decline an offer to run for vice president on the Democratic ticket "in the unlikely event" such a post was offered him. where fiost ond west might meet (1) GENEVA—Traditional neutral ground and President Johnson has osked reconvening of 1954 Genera conference on Indochina. . . i i, (2) MOSCOW—North Vietnamese Ambassador Nguyen Tho Chanh has played o role in previous peace maneuvers and the President designated U.S. Ambassador Llewellyn Thompson and W. Averell Harriman, a former ambassador, as U.S. representatives. V (3) VIENTIANE—North-Vietnam and United States are represented in Laotian capital. ' (4) PARIS—North Vietnamese representative Mai Van Bo has played key role in peace moves, said Hanoi "will" talk if bombing stops. (5) BERN—North Vietnamese feelers reported last month in Swiss capital. (6) WARSAW—Suggested by North Vietnamese source in London. (7) PHNOM PENH—Cambodian capital also suggested by London source-. Fall Broken NORFOLK, England AP) Mrs. Jlosamond Bizzarri, an 80- year-old widow, fell down a 100- foot cliff Sunday. A spokesman at Cromer Hospital,said she was fairly comfortable" today. Her fall was Broken by a roll of old wire that prevented her from landing on concrete steps; j PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED 18 SECOND CLiSS MAIL Blytheville Courier Newt BLYTHEVILLE, ABK. ZIP - 72315 Harry IV. Haln«, Publisher 3rd at walnut St Blytheville. Ark. Published dally except Sunda) Second class postage paid at Ely- tbeTiUe, Ark. In Blytheville >»d towns in th< Blytheville trade territory.. • HOME DELIVER! BATES Daily. 35c per weeb UX MtO. PAIABLE IN ADVANCF Within 50 miles of Blvthevllle 58.00 per yen Mire than 50 miles from BIythevillt Slft.oo per year Chord... Picketed j^^^^ '" CHICAGO AP) - White!had been overcome by smoke, demonstrators picketed two! The survivors were German North Side churchesv ^ring'Shepherd puppies, services Sunday in a pr\test| The puppies, only a few weekf against what they called racism' in all-white churches. About a dozen marched outside :the pickets United old, had been trapped in th» back of the house when the firn broke out. The pups MetiwdFst Parish of "ih«7'Holy doift S ^ 6 ^ Covenant arid the Lincoln Park, nurt either Presbyterian Church. Some marchers carried placards saying, "Confess Your Racism," "The Church is Racist" and "11 a.m.—the Hour of White Racism." . ,' The Rev. Robert J. Harman, who joined the'marchers before and after services, and the Rev. William H. Taylor delivered sermons against racism. were said to b« No. humans wer« Firemen Save Eight ; AUGUSTA, Ga! AP) - Firemen rushed to the scene of a burning' house Friday and used Remembei ray Vour Paper Boy Services By COBB FUNERAL HOME INTEGRITY WANTED Men - Women (torn *?ei IS and over.. Prepare how for U.S. CiTil Service job openings during the next 12 montbs. , . Gorernment positions pay high starting salaries. They provide much great*f security than i *i- vat« \ employment and • excellent opportunity for advancement. Many positions' require little or no specialized education or experience. But to get one of these Jobs, you must pass a test. The competition Is keen and in 'some cases only one out of five pass. Lincoln Sen-ice has helped thousands prepare for these testa every year since 1948. It Is one of the largest and oldest nrlTate- ly owned schools of its kind and Is not connected with the GOT* eminent. For FREE booklet on Goyern- jnent jobs, including list of positions and salaries, fill out coupon and mall at once—TODAV. You will also get Cull details on how you can prepare yourself for these tests. Don't delay—ACT NOW! .Lincoln Service. Dept. 2-3B Pekia, Illinois , I arii very much interested. Please send me absolutely FREE (1) A list of U.S Government positions and salaries; (2) Information on how to qualify for a U.S. Government Job. Name •.. Ag« Street Phone City Slate (D33) dedicated to the highest standards of service COBB FUNERAL HOME is a member of NATIONAL SELECTED MORTICIANS an. International Association of Funeral Directors with a code of ethics dedicated to serve and protect the Dublic interest. o MEMBIH BY INVITATION Cobb Funeral Home BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. WEDNESDAY SPECIAL REG. 30c FISH SANDWICH BEST BARGAIN IN BLYTHEVILLE (NO LIMIT) (S«« Th!» Paper For Next Wednetday'i Special) FREETORTRAIT! Your Child in Living i Color il We hove arranged to have a leading child photographer at our store on the dates »hown below. Any age, any number of children cKcomponled by a porerrf will b» photographed FREE in living Color.. ONE complimentary telor portrait will b« given fo eaea family as a gift from our f lore. DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY to get a living color portrait you will treasure always. Several poses are taken and low co»t additional portraits are available for those who wish them. .-.'... This is our way of saying Tome in to see us,' rf you ore one of our many regular customers, this is a Thank You' for your polronoge. Incidentally we believe thase color portraits to be something really special. Ths:« are beautifully posed portraits - not' tnapshots, so dnst the children colorfully. Tues. - Wed. - Thurs. April 30th & May 1 & 2 10 A.M. Until 1 P.M. & 2 P.M. Til 7 P.M. South Hwy.61 Blythtviil*

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