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(Ark) Courier News — Tuesday, March 14, IM7 *— Page Three. WHO CAN RESCUE ANN? - "Rescue Ann" is the mannequin used by the Blyflie- ville Fire Department in its training classes. Last night a class practiced giving mouth-to- mouth resuscitation to Ann, pretending she was a heart-attack victim. From left to right are Capt. Ed Smith, demonstrating external heart message, Earl Knipple, David Collums, using the face mask, and Capt. Bill Crowder. (Courier News Photo) Daily Record Weather V. 8. Weather Bureau Agricultural Service Keiser, Ark. Arkansas is under the spell of warm southerly winds again this morning. Just to the north in extreme south Missouri a stationary front is blocking the advance, of much cooler air lying to the north. A 20 degree temperature def- ferential is common across the front. The front is expected to remain stationary with continued warm weather in prospect for Arkansas. A few thundershowers may break out along the frontal zone in extreme north Arkansas tonight. The expected low pressure development in the central plains is slow in coming. By late Wednesday some formation is ex- pepted. Yesterday's highs were on the same level in the state. Fort Smith hit the 90-degree mark again as did Calico Rock, Gilbert and Ozark. Otherwise the temperatures were in the mid and ,, ,., , upper 80s. Overnight lows were ™fiW Inn generally in the 60s. Drying winds will continue to extract soil moisture rapidly. Land prearation will continue in all excel the poorest drained soils. Markets Open High' Low Last Chicago Wheat Mar. 177=4 179 177 179 May 180 181% 179% 181% July 178% 180% 178% ISOV* Chicago Soybeans Mar. 288V4 289y 8 28BV4 289 May 289 289% 288 7 /s 289% Nov. 280% 282-% 280% 282% New York Stocks Texas GS 97% Chrysler 38% RCA 49 AT&T 60% Dow 73 Xerox 261 GM 73% Pan Amer 69% Ford 49% W'house 54% US Steel 43% Curtis Pub 14% Amer. Motors 9% Sears 49% Parke Davis 27 Gen. Elect 89 Beth. Steel 35 Reynolds Tob 39 Standard NJ 62 48 Ark-La 37% Ark-Mo 13% Divco-Wayne 32% Yesterday's high— 83 Overnight low—63 Precipitation previous 24 hours (to 7 a.m. today)—none Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—6.57 Sunset today— 6:06 Sunrise tomorrow—6:11 This Date A Year Ago Yesterday's high—63 Overnight low —51 Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—11.49 Traffic Accidents Vehicles operated by M. L. Russell, 63, Route Two and Carolyn Councille, 54, of 1500 West Walnut were involved in a minor collision at Division and Hearn at 3:15 p.m. yesterday. No injuries or charges were reported. •John Gielow, 25, of 1605 Hearn reported to police that the driver of an E d s el had backed into his car which was stopped for traffic at Main and 16th and Mien had. fled the scene. The incident ocurred at 9:20 p.m. Saturday, according to Gielow. There were no injuries and the case is still under investigation. Nancy L. Walters, 17, Blytheville Air Force Base and Marjor Whitis, 46, of 1130 West Walnut were involved in an automobile accident on Walnut and Division at 5:20 p.m. Sunday. There were no injuries and no charges were filed. Sarah Daniels, 22, of 845 East Rose was charged with failure to yield right-of-way after her car collided with one driven by Gary L. Wren, 17, of 111 South 17th. The accident occurred on Fulton and North Sixth at 12:25 iiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiBiiiiiiiiiiiiii' LBJ Thinks Painting OK WASHINGTON (AP) - Another portrait of the President has been offered for his approval and the word is that he thinks it's all right. The painting President Johnson inspected Monday was one of 15,000 submitted to the Omaha World-Herald in its "Paint the President" contest. NOTICE OF COMPLIANCE WITH THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964 At its meeting on December 15, 1964, the governing board of Manila Nursing Home, Manila, Arkansas; Corning Nursing Home, Corning, Arkansas; and Keith Acres Nursing Home, Blytheville, Arkansas; passed a resolution that effective January 1, 1965, Manila Nursing Home, Corning Nursing Home, and Keith Acres Nursing Home would be operated on a nondiscriminatory basis in accordance with the Civil Rights Act of 1964. This means that, eftecfive January 1, 1965 and thereafter, al 1 facilities and services of Manila Nursing Home, Corning Nursing Home and Keith Acres Nursing Home will be available to all patients, and employees, on a nondiscriminatory basis. Waiting rooms, public toilets, dining facilities, recreation rooms, therapeutic rooms and room accommodations wil be available without regard to race, color or national origin This action will enable .Manila Nursing Home, Corning Nursing Home, and Keith Acres Nursing Home to continue receiving Federal funds necessary for operation. The Board urges all public users and the employees of Manila Nursing Home, Corning Nursing Home, and Keith Acres Nursing home to cooperate in this program so that the transition will be smooth and we can continue our mission of serving the aged of our community. By Mr. and Mrs. Roy Veach, Owners, Manila Nursing Home p.m. yesterday. No injuries were reported. Billy Ray Lucky, 35, of Moss Point, Miss., told police that someone hit his ear while it was on the parking lot of the Rustic Inn at Division and Walnut. The accident was supposed to have occurred at 8:05 p.m. Sunday. No one was injured and the matter is still under investigation. iiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiipiiniiiimnniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Seivlces By CoU FUNERAL HOME DIGNITY EDWARD FLOYD RICHARDSON, 2 p.m. Tuesday, Cobb chapel. * * * SGT. CHARLES KENNED?, services to be announced. * * * . CHARLIE W. ALFORD, 11 a.m. Wednesday, Cobb chapel. * * * MRS. MARY HARRY, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Cobb chapel. Tuesday evening 6:30 WHAT'S NEW Living World. Murl Dousing explores the daily activities of spiders. 00 ALL ABOARD Edgar Allen Poe and the Friendly Police, Preschoolers learn about safety. 7:30 CHANNEL 10 TRAVELS ML Rushniore. A visit to the famous mountain in South Dakota. 8:00 TOPIC: MEMPHIS CITY SCHOOLS Sight and Sound. Special Education for the visually limited pupil and those with hearing difficulties. 8:30 GOODWYN ...INSTITUTE LECTURE The Arab World. Margaret Baker narrates a film showing. Wednesday afternoon 3:00 ALL ABOARD Look for a World! Look for a star! Germany! A fraulein visits Mr. B. 3:30 TOPIC MEMPHIS CITY SCHOOLS Sight and Sound. Special Education for pupils with physical handicaps. 4:00 WHAT'S NEW National Parks. The Buffalo almost extinct at one time, increases daily. 4:45 PARLONS FRANCAIS Conversational French. Second-year study the easy, casual way. 5:00 FOLK GUITAR Laura Weber teaches the A minor and E minor chords and sings "Logger Lover.' 5:30 SERENADE Tristan and Isolde performed by the Wurttenberg Opera Company and Beethoven's Concerto in D with Jascha Heifetz. Joiner NSC Report Given Primary objective of the Joiner Neighborhood Service Center during February was the finding of volunteers to help with the work of the agency. However, volunteer response is improving, according to an official of the center, and on certain occasions as many as six women have worked through :he day sewing for the needy. The center also persuaded SPY Billy Crowder, assistant chief lever, that he didn't mind too| sa id America had a secret'bal- s P rin § s durin § tne su^™^ if the Blytheville fire department, to present a safety program to about 300 students 'rom Shawnee High School at Joiner .and J. M. Speck High School at Frenchman's Bayou. The main feature of the lec- ;ure was a film on artificial respiration. The center is now attempting to arrange a similar lecture at night for adults of the area. Adult education classes have Theft Of Goods In Saigon Still Problem WASHINGTON (AP) - The Army says it is still having problems with the theft of supplies in Vietnam. Improved warehousing and handling methods are helping to cut down the pilferage, Maj. Gen. C. P. Brown told the House Appropriations Committee Monday. "But by this I do not mean that we have really gotten fully on top of the situation the way we would like to," he said. Brown is director of the Army budget. (Continued from Page One) around sleepy Agana, the capital of Guam, investigations are made. Civilians have been known to gel close enough to exchange American cigarettes for vodka and other commodities, though naval intelligence officialy frowns on such activity. Rear Adm, Horace Bird, who commands the Navy in the Mar- MEREDITH (Continued from Page One) palgn help. Albano is white. Asked why, in view of the election's importance, he withdrew, lie said he thought his Carol Rand Named Miss State College JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) press secretary, C Robert Belt, | Cfin} Randi a pretty 19 . year , 'answered that best when he 1 0 | t | may never fully said, 'We know.' Asked repeatedly whether he would support Powell, he said the election was "bigger than Adam Clayton Powell." ianas, once told a reporter, how-!'"pressed'for 'clarification, he ' ' brunette from Paragould, was crowned Miss Arkansas State College Monday night. The 5-foot-7 junior was chosen over 19. others and will represent Arkansas State in the Miss Arkansas Pageant at Hot I much. "It gives the intelligence people something to do!" he chuck- lot and "I'll decide when I'm ready." Asked if he had been threat- jened, he angrily replied: "It's a A Soviet vessel has bobbed at good thing no one ever threat- anchor just beyond Guam's led: three-mile limit since the United States introduced Polaris-armed submarines intc the Pacific slightly more than two years ago. A "fishing boat," bristling with antennae, took up its lonely also begun at the center, with 1 post the day before the first Po- classes ranging from two to 12 laris sub surfaced outside _Apra students. Interest in the courses " is reported to be good. OBITUARY Mrs. Matthews Mrs. Laura Matthews, sister of Mrs. A. B. Colston, and the aunt of W. C. Colston, died in a Dexter, Mo., hospital this morning. She was 92. She was born in Mississippi and had lived in Dexter 30 years. She was a Baptist. Services will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at Watkins Funeral Home at Dexter. She leaves a daughter and six grandchildren. harbor in December 1964. Guam is the forward base for the nuclear missile-armed subs. Later, Andersen Air Force Base, at the northerly end of the 30-mile-long, jungle covered island, became the launch pad for huge swept-wing B52 bombers which attack Vietnam targets 2,400 miles away. Maj. Gen. William Crum, of the Strategic Air Command on Guam, knows the Soviets signal back word of the huge eight-en- ine bombers taking off. But in an interview some time go he said he wasn't much con- ••erned about it because "by the timethey get the information to 'here it matters our planes are n the way home." ened me." Several persons who have talked with Meredith in recent days have said they believe neither he nor his advisers knew Harlem, and were therefore stunned by the unanticipated reaction. Meredith does not live in Harlem. Belt, who is one of Meredith's close friends, hinted that the man who braved a riot to desegregate the University of Mississippi, and then was shot on a march through Mississippi, may have been stunned by the amount of emotionalism in the sentiment for Powell. Board, Manila, Ark.; Corning Nursing Home Board, Corning, Ark.; Keith Acres Nursing Home Board Blytheville, Ark. 3-14 Mrs. Harry Mrs. Mary Harry, wife of Jim Harry of 408 Poplar, died yesterday at Kieir home. She was 71. Born in Overton County, Tennessee, she had lived here about 40 years. She was a Methodist. In addition to her husband she leaves two sons, Ciiarley Harry of West Helena, Ark., and Archie Harry of Sacramento, Calif.; A daughter, Mrs. Gladis Szparaga of Detroit; Two brothers, B u r I e y Eldridge of Ravenden, Ark., and Ambress Eldridge of Cooler, Mp. Services will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Cobb Funeral Home chapel with Rev. Paul Kirkindall officiating. Burial will be in Dogwood Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Rev. Bill Cook, Hershel Woods, Melvin McCoy, Jim Fietz. Son Wants To Help Hoffa DETROIT (AP) - The son of mprisoned Teamsters Union • 'resident James R. Hoffa wants • o help free his fathers. ' "If I can be of help," said James P. Hoffa, 25, "I certain- y will try and free my fa- her." The younger Hoffa said Monday he "hopes to be retained" jy the Teamsters Union as an attorney when he completes his aw studies at the University of Michigan this spring. Circle to Meet New Bethel Circle One meets :omorrow at 7 p.m. with Mrs. Wattle B. Hazlett. Mary Hailey is chariman. PRESCRIPTIONS ^Lz^S^^bn-i i'Ufj.t Shopping Confer Th.y're here! They're honey*! They're yout They're younrt The Younfmobile* from Qld.mobilel Younr in ection, with Rocket V-» perfornunc* to *in» you into sprint. Yeunc in lookt-the kind th.t «y« tomorrow'! here ahead of Ike time. Inn younf in price-Ur.t'd to «ey "ye»" *» youthful budf.Ul Example! 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