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Blytheville (Ark.) Courier News — Friday, March 31, 1997 — Page Seven Daily Record Weather i U. S Weather Bureau Agricultural Service Reiser, Ark. Strong southerly winds will continue over the state today. The frontal system located in the central plains yesterday moved only very slowly eastward and lies nearly stationary throughout Missouri and North central Oklahoma this morning. The state is expected to stay in the warm southrly flow through Saturday. Weekend forecasts will clarify the possibility of cooler air moving into the state early next week. Scattered thundershowers will break out today and tonight in the warm air but northwest Arkansas is the most likely area for thunderstorms to develop. Yesterday's highs were generally in the 80s and overnight lows were in the 60s. The five-day outlook, 6 a.m. Saturday to 6 a.m. next Thursday, calls for temperatures to average eight to 12 degrees above normal with minor day-to -day changes. Normal highs 64 northwest to 72 south. Normal lows 42 northwest to 50 south. Rainfall, scattered showers and thundershowers will occur chiefly during the weekend and again about mid week in Arkansas. Gusty surface winds will make land preparations a dusty operation today and Saturday in the delta. Thundershowers will be widely scattered today and tonight and will cause no major delays in field operations. Yesterday's high—81 Overnight low—fil Precipitation previous 34 ho (to 7 a.m. today)—none Precipitation Jan. 1 to date— ' Sunset today—«:20 Sunrise tomorrow—J:48 This Date A Tear Ago Teuterdiy's high—71 Overnight low—41 Precipitation Jan. 1 to dat« -r-11.69 Traffic Accidents Two persons were injured in a two - car collision on West Main and Eighth Streets at 3:15 p.m. yesterday. Injured were Larry D. Hillis, 20, of 106 Dugan, driver of one •f the vehicles and his passenger Norma Brackin, 18, of 1100 West Ash. The Brackin girl suffered cuts and bruises of the face and Hillis received bruises of the head and right leg. The girl was taken to Rainwater-Workman Clinic by an ambulance from Cobb Funeral Home for emergency treatment. Dan McCruder, 63, of 717 Clear Lake, the driver of the ether vehicle, was not injured. McCruder was charged with failure to yield right-uf-way. Markets Open High Low Last Chicago Wheat May July Sept. 176 Vi 176% 179 7 /s 174% 175V4 178% 175% 175% 179 Chicago Soybeans May July Nov. 279% New York Stocks Texas GS 109Vs Chrysler 39% RCA 46% AT&T 60% Dow 77% Xerox 284V4 GM 76 3 A Pan Amer 67% Ford 50% W'house 52% US Steel 45% Curtis Pub 13 Comsat 61 Amer. Motors 9V Sears , 51% Parke Davis 31V* Gen. Elect 84% Beth. Steel 36Y4 Reynolds Tob 39'/» Standard NJ 63% Holiday Inn 55% Ark-La 4 Ark-Mo 12% Divco-Wayne 32% World Deaths AMARILLO, Misaryslaw Tex. (AP) Pianowski, 77 famed Polish ballet master and choreographer, died Thursday night after a five-year bout with ancer. Last week Pianowski was reunited with his only son, Jeorge Pianowski, after a 27-year sepa ration. During World War n the elder Pianowskt wag imprisoned by Nazi Germany and spent the years from 1939 to 1946 in a con centration camp. DONCASTER, England (AP; — Lord Williams of Banburgh, who rose from miner to minis- fir of agriculture, died Wednesday at tiie age of 79. GIFFORD, Scotland (AP) — William George Montagu Hay, 83, the llth Marquess of Tweeddale, died Thursday. SHARON, Conn. (AP) Ralph H. Tapscott, 81, former jresident and board chairman of the New York Edison Electric Co., died Thursday. Vehicles operated by Robert Bledsoe, 39, of. 1333 Holly and Douglas John Blue, 20, Route Two, Box 516-D, collided on Chickasawba and Tenth Streets at 6:25 p.m. yesterday. There were no injuries and Blue was ticketed for running a red light. Main and Laclede Streets was the scene of a collision at 3:13 p.m. yesterday involving vehicles driven by A. D. Jordan, 25, Route Three, Box 480-B and David N. 'Miles Jr., 18, Box 461. There were no injuries and Jordan was charged with failure to yield right-of-way. Reverend Rhodes Rev. Branch Rhodes, 70, a minister of the First Baptist Church of Cleveland Street, died Thursday, March 23. Services will be 1 p.m. Saturday at the church, Rev, T. J. Green and Rev. P. J. James officiating. Burial will be in Sandy Ridge Cemetery, Crumpler Funeral Home in charge. He leaves his wife, Sally Rhodes of Blytheville; Two daughters, Mrs. Cornelius Lawrence of Gilleben, Ariz, and Mrs. Pearlene White of Hazelhurst, Miss.; One son of Chicago, HI.; Two sisters, Eliza Frison of Chicago and Mrs. Nettie Rhodes of Minneapolis, Minn.; And two b r o t h e r s, Simon Rhodes of Hazelhurst and Ned Rhodes of Shaw, Miss. The body is to lie in state from 7 to 8:30 Friday night at Crumpler chapel. Pallbearers will be Rev. G. Newmy, Rev. L. B. Burton, Rev L. W. Echols, Rev. P. M. McCullough, Rev. E. H. Jbne« ind Rev. Woodard. Honorary pallbearers are Rev L. A. Alexander, Rev. E. C. Carter, Rev. S. Edwards, Rev. F. M. Patton, Rev. G. S. Smith and Rev. S. A. Parker. Eyes of the round sting ray glow like a cat'i eyes at night. PURCELL (Continued from Page One) court, had no record of regular Sunday school attendance." Since making that informal survey, he said, he has read that FBI figures substantiate this .. "in fact, the figures for federal violators are even higher." * * * Purcell suggested that it might be useful to deny minors the right to enter a plea in such courts as municipal. "I feel I accomplished something by refusing pleas and getting the parents into court to hear the entire story on the more serious c?ses. "And this summer. I found that many of the youngsters who were sentenced in my court turned out to work for me in my campaign for attorney general. This was one of the most gratifying things of the campaign'.' * * * In conclusion, Purcell urged greater responsibility far young people. "They are ready, in many cases, for more responsibility than we care to give them at times. We should not lose sight of the fact that our young peo pie rfspect authority and are ready to assume responsibility.' Rotarian Harry A. Haines introduced Purcell. Westmoreland Get* Award CHICAGO (AP) - Gen. William C. Westmoreland, the commander of American forces in Vietnam, has been honored with the United States Organization Distinguished Service Award. The award was accepted Thursday by Gen. Harold K. Johnson, U.S. Army chief of staff. Camels are used as beasts of burden in the Canary Islands. The white trlllium ii the provincial flower of Ontario. NET NAM (Continued from Page One) ad some bad news to report, nnouncing that a U.S. Marine ^ si pilot fired rockets by mis- , ake into his own ground troops 'hursday, killing four Marines nd wounding 18 more. The headquarters said the Marine F8 Crusader was sup- orting a Marine unit in an op- ration 25 miles southeast of oastal Quang Ngai City and its ockets landed short of the tar- et. The announcement said an nyestigation was being made. Sharp but small-scale and cattered ground fighting was eported in the war in the south, vith 14 other Americans report- d killed and 49 wounded Thursay. The same actions cost the Ikimmunists 88 known dead. Nineteen of me American Bounded were 1st Division In- antrymen hit by a Red mortar ittack in Communist war zone : northwest of Saigon near the Cambodian border. Operation Junction City, the biggest U.S. weep of the war, is continuing here. The U.S. spokesman said a Battalion of U.S. infantrymen in Junction City ran Into a Com- nunist force of unknown size oday and fighting was contin- jing at last report. The Saigon leadquarters had no details. U.S. pilots flew 95 missions against North Vietnam Thursday, striking at communication :argets in addition to the Steel jlant. During one attack on a truck convoy southwest of Hanoi, Air i'orce pilots sighted two MIG21 mtercepters but they turned away without giving battle. No J.S. planes were reported lost during the raids. The U.S. Command also re- x>rted ttiat enemy ground fire wought down an Army helicopter east of Pleiku, in the central liffhlands It said the aircraft was badly damaged and one crew member was injured. American and -South Vietnamese heliocpter-borne troops in coastal Binh Thuan Province east of Saigon pounced on a surprised Viet Cong until Thursday and scored an almost textbook victory. In a three-hour fight with helicopter gunships whirling in support, 40 Viet Cong were slain without the loss of a single American or Vietnamese trooper. Australia became the fourth allied power to contribute nava' vessels to the war. The guided gunfire support missions in th« waters off the demilitarizec zone between North and South Vietnam. The Hobart relieved a U.S destroyer. In addition to the United States and South Vietnam, Thailand and South Korea have small naval forces serving in Vietnam waters. The planes that hit the Tha Nguyen steel plant were from the 8th Tactical Fighter Wing flying out of Ubon airbase in Thailand. Olds, a West Point tackle in 1941-42 and the father of two daughters, got his MIG21 on Jan. 2 in his first aerial combat in Vietnam. American fliers shot down seven Communis MIGs that day. In addition to the comba flights over the North, the Unit ed States announced one of the biggest psychological warfare leaflet drops of ttie war. Ten million leaflets were droppec Tuesday over a 3,360-square- mile area of North Vietnam. The leaflets told the story of a soldier who Red propaganidsts said had died in a heroic attack on American troops. He turnet up a prisoner of war after surrendering. Another milestone of the war drew near for B52 bombers from Guam, which made three raids in South Vietnam Thurs day night and Friday morning Starting Monday three of the big bombers will be stationed in nearby Thailand, cutting their raiding time from the 12-hour round trip from Guam . to a round trip of two to five hours. More of the B52s will come to Thailand later in April. First plant for making col lapsible metal tubes was established in 1870 at Philadelphia. WANTED TO BUY: STOCK COWS and FEEDER CATTLE 1,000 head stock cows and 500 he«d feeder calves or yearlings for IlllnoU rancher. An; ilze herd and no tests required on cows. Highest price* paid. Call .lames Kent, Farmers . Livestock . CommMon Firm, Memphis. Day phon* 1M-47TC, Nit* 17MOO. DEATHS (Continued from "age One) e o Saigon announced the United ,, Slates suffered a record 274 t nen killed in fighting last week. e 'his compares with the Korean 0 ivar's weekly average of 255 f jver 37 months. | At the current rate of losses, j foe United States could sustain p 31,000 casualties this year, ap- j preaching Korea's first and s nost bloody 12 months of battle. a Projecting the first quarter' a weekly averages of killed and j t wounded through 1967 escalates j U.S. losses to 8,320 killed and 52,- l 780 wounded for the year. Ko- p ea's first year claimed 74,700 n asualties - 21,000 killed and c i3,700 wounded. *! If this projection held true, b IB American commitment oi r ife and limb in southeast Asia o nee 1961 would surge by the v nd of this year to 104,482 casu- ( Ities — 14,984 dead, 89,518 t ounded. i In the entire Korean cam- t aign, 33,629 American service- s men were killed in action. An- iher 103,284 were wounded. C World War II killed 291,557 U.S. c ghting men and wounded 470,- < 46. s As of last Saturday, the count J f American dead in the Viet- ' am war totaled 8,560, with 49,- c 922 wounded. ( Many of the wounded suffered elatively minor injuries. ] A Pentagon analysis between j anuary 1965 and October 1966 showed that, of 29,622 men who j were wounded, 13,411 or just ver 45 per cent returned to ! uty without requiring hospital!- ° ation. j Of the remaining 16,211, near- , y three-fourths, 11,723, returned o duty, most in Vietnam, after , ecuperating a short time; 484 eft serviceue to disability; 409 ( ied; and the remaining 3,595 ( emained in the hospital, with octors estimating ttiat half would return to duty. * ' \ Mrs. Ramey i ] Services for Mrs. Mildred Ramey, who died yesterday morning, will be held Saturday at 3:30 p.m. from the First Bap- » ist Church, Rev. Alvis Carpener officiating. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery, Cobb Funeral Home in charge. Pallbearers will be James Guard, A.B. Smith, Buddy Halsell, Johnny Payne, Carlos Bevill and Joe Evans. Spies Released NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) Two Cypriots released because :hey didn't spy on their own ;overnment told newsmen Thursday they had been couriers for Soviet agents Vincent Boutros, employed by the Cyprus Telecommunications Authority, and David Shahabi- an, pay clerk for the Britis Royal Air Force station in Nicosia, said they received messages by mail and coded radio transmissions and turned them over to the Soviets at secre meetings. Revival Planned A revival at the Number Nine Baptist Church, Route One, is scheduled for April 2 through ! Rev. Bill Cardwell, pastor, wi serve as evangelist. Services will begin nightly at 7:30. John Haynes will be song leader and special music will be arranged. 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HENRY WOODS CABINET SHOP 1033 WEST MOULTRIE PHONE PO 3-6176 NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION Notice is hereby given that an lection will be held in the City f Blytheville, Arkansas on the day of May, 1967, at which nere will be submitted to the ilectors of the City the question if issuing City of Biytheville, \rkansas (Called "City") Indus- rial Development Revenue Bonds under Act No. 9 of the 'irst Extraordinary Session of he Sixty-Second General As- embly of the State of Arkansas, approved January 21, 1960, as amended (called "Act No. 9"), n an amount not to exceed One Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,500,000) for the pur- iose of furnishing the perma- lent financing of the cost of securing and developing industry. The bonds will be dated, will bear interest at the rate •ates, with the interest payable on such dates, and the bonds will mature on such date or dates, the bonds will be subjecl o redemption prior to maturity n such manner and upon such :erms, and the bonds will be issued at one time or in series from time to time, all as the ity Council shall subsequently determine and specify in the ordinance authorizing their issuance. The proposed industrial Project will consist of lands, juildings, improvements, machinery, equipment and facili- ;ies for an industrial plant which will be utilized for the production of office supplies am such other products as the par- jcular manufactury company (called "Company") shall elec to manufacture or produce, to gether with necessary expenses and expenditures in connection with the constructing and equip ing of the Project and in con nection with the financing (all of which will be sometimes re ferred to as the "Project"). The Project will be owned by the City and will be leased to the Company for lease rentals suf ficient to provide for the pay ment of the principal of and in terest on the bonds. The bonds will not be general obligations of the City but will be specia obligations payable solely from Project revenues, including par ticularly lease rentals under thi Lease and Agreement with the Company referred to above which will be specifically pled ged to the payment of the prin cipal of and interest on the bonds, and the bonds will be secured by a lien on and securit interest in the Project. Only qualified electors of thi City of Blytheville, Arkansa shall have the right to vote, anc the electors may vote either fo or against the issuance of th' bonds. The election will be held between the hours of 8:00 o'clock a.m. and 7:30 o'clock p.m. at the following polling places in the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, towit: Ward 1 A Robinson Implement Co. 500 E. Main St. Ward 1 B Wade Furniture Warehouse 515 E. Main St. • Ward 1 C Hensley Super Market 605 S. Ruddle Road. Ward 2 A J C Club Room 309 N. Second Street. Ward 2 B YMCA Bldg. 300 S. Second St. Ward 3 A Carlock Pontiac Co. 5th & Walnut Street?. Ward 3 B Blytheville Water Co. 415 W. Main Street. Ward 4 A Pickards Grocery 1044 Chickasawba Street. Ward 4 B Missco Implement Co. 800 S. Division Street. Ward 5 A Mississippi County .umber Co. 1801 W. Main Street. Ward 5 B MFA Service Sta- ion 500 S. 21st Street. Ward 5 C Doyles Service Sta- ion 2113 W. Rose Street. Absentee: County Clerk Of- ice, Court House. THIS 21 day of March, 1967. CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS By Tom A. Little Jr., Mayor 3-24, 31 4-7, 14 N THE CHANCERY COURT THE CHICKASAWBA DIS- 'R1CT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS 'EDERAL NATIONAL MORT;AGE ASSOCIATION and GAI- I'HER C. JOHNSTON THUS- WARNING ORDER to the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Betty Fleming Plaintiff, vs. No. 17146 George R. Fleming Defendant. The defendant George R. Fleming is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint o[ the plaintiff, Betty Fleming. Dated this 22nd day of March, 1967 at 1:30 o'clock P.M. Geraldine Listen, Clerk By Betty Coats D.C. (SEAL) Percy A. Wright Attorney Ed B. Cook Atty Ad Litem 3-24, 31 4-7, 14 wjcno Friday evening 5:30 SERENADE Concerto in A Minor by Mozart played by Nathen Mil stein. 6:30 WHAT'S NEW Carlsbad Caverns in New Mex ico. The famous bats of Carls bad; how they live. 7:00 ALL ABOARD Let's Cast a Spell and maki a Rainbow! Mr. Be makes magic. 7:30 CHANNL 10 TRAVELS Montana, Big Fish and Sky Country. The 'treasures' o this Western sportsmen's par adise. 8:00 YOUNG AMERICAN MU SICIANS Premiere. Ruth Meckler La rado plays Sonata in A Majo First of sixteen programs fea luring young musicians. 8:30 N.E.T. PLAYHOUSE The Importance of Being Earnest. Susannah York stars in Oscar Wilde's sparkling comedy. 1'EE, PLAINTIFFS No. 17120 Said sale Will be held between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and three o'clock-in the afternoon of the date aforesaid, upon a credit of three months. The purchaser as said sale will be required to give bond with approved security, to secure the payment of the pur- 1LLIAN E. DICUS, AND HOR- j chase price and a lien will be ACE J. LOVELL, DEFENDANTS NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that ;he undersigned Commissioner in Chancery will pursuant to the Order of the Chancery Court of the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, rendered on the 22nd day of March, 1967, in a cause therein pending wherein Federal National Mortgage Association is plain- lift and Lillian E. Dicus and Horace J. Lovell are defendants, on the 14th day of April, 1967 offer for sale at public auction, at the south door of the Courthouse in the City of Blytheville, County of Mississippi, and State of Arkansas, to the highest bidder, the following lands and property in the Chic- retained on said lands further to secure such purchase money. WITNESS my hand and seal on this 22,nd day of March, 1967. Donna DiCicco Commissioner in Chancery (SEAL) Ralph E. Wilson Attorney for Plaintiffs 3-24,. 31 rasawba District of Mississippi "". •'n.lni.r Arlr.lnc.oe. fn^lrif- UlUCC. NOTICE FOR BIDS "In compliance with Ordinance Number 657, sealed bids will be received in the Office of the Mayor, City Hall, Blytheville, Arkansas, until 10:00 a.m. April 3 on the below listed work: Repair of the City garbage incinerator. Particulars and details are available to competent and qualified bidders in the Mayor's County, Arkansas, to-wit: Lot 2, Block 7, East End Development, being a Subdivision carved out of a part of the Northwest Quarter (NW y«) of Section 14, Township 15 North, Range 11 East, as shown and designated on Plat of record in Plat Book 3, page 27, in the Office of the Circuit Court Clerk and Ex-Officio Recorder for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, in the City of Blytheville. Birth Pills Given the Nod WINNIPEG, Man. (AP) - A Canadian obstetrician says recent studies indicate women can take birth control pills throughout their productive life without endangering their health. "Massive use and constant checking plus continued research have laid many fears and doubts about the pill to rest," Dr. Leo Rubin told a conference on maternal and child care sponsored by the Manitoba Medical Association. PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED A! 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FARMERS SOYBEAN CORP. "Tne Horn* of Sudden Service" 620 N. Broadway — Blythevill* Ph. PO 3-8191 Tom A. Little, Jr., Mayor 3-31 iiiiiiiiiHiHJiiiiiiiinpnniiinniiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiinnunniiiuiB services By FUNERAL HOME DIGNITY MRS. M1LDKED RAMEY, services 3,:30 p.m. Saturday from First Baptist Church. .iwiniiiiiiillililiiilliiiiiiliniiiiiiiillllllillllllilllliinilliiliniiiiniiinii Code-a-phone MODEL 400 MESSAGE CENTER OWN YOUR OWN Telephone Answering Service FOR ONLY 65c A DAY The streamlined CODE-A-PHONE is the ultimate in telephone answering and recording systems and lets you keep your office open 24 hours a day! Remote call-back feature permits you to receive calls from any phone . .. without returning to your office. CODE-A-PHONE fs approved by your telephone company for installation on your present line. Installation is FREE and there are no monthly charges on your telephone bill. f AUDIO SYSTEMS DIV. Ji *t *t 4 670 S. 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