The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 15, 1967 · Page 7
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Courier Wewi — Reniiy, Miy II, INT - tnt Sww CHEERS—Tannda Langston of Blytheville (right) and Patsby Biggs of Hot Springs recently were selected as cheerleaders at Arkansas State University. Judy Ramey, also of Blytheville, is on the seven-member team. NEWS BRIEFS COSMOS, Minn. (AP) -This community of 560 earth dwellers Js trying to live up to its space age name. All streets have been given astronomical names like Mars, Jupiter, Pegasus and Comet. New signs tell that Minnesota 7 is Astro Boulevard and Minnesota 4 is Milky Way. FAHMINGTON, N.M. (AP) Mayor. Floyd Davis says Farmington failed to live up to its obligation when Mrs. Frank Macaluso Sr. was fined for going 18 jniles an hour in a 15 mile per hour zone. He said Mrs. Macaluso had been given a courtesy ticket by. a, welcoming hostess that allowed her to commit one traffic violation without a fine. And Davis said recently it should have been honored even if it had been given 16 years before. ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — .State officials .say new call boxes installed on the Atlantic City Expressway for use by stranded motorists will operate on solar-powered batteries. The batteries, good for 2,000 calls, will recharge fully in one day oi sunshine, they said. BRUNSWICK, Maine (AP) The Bowdoin College faculty voted recently to drop compulsory daily chapel for students. BOSTON (AP) - This year's president of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences is Talcott Parsons, chairman ol the Department of Social Sela- "HOW DOES IT fill TO BE A NEWS- PAPERBOY WITH MONEY IN THE BANK?" And if you (eel you ore, just moil in this coupon. It's a good feeling allrighr. This boy's savings ore stash* ed away in one big lump sum. And his savings ore all profits from his newspaper route. Of course, he's free to spend it any way he'd like. But by now he knows the value of o dollar. He's saving this money for college. Smart move, Buster. (You can un. derstand why he has such a smug look on his face.) If you're a boy 12 or over and would like to have the responsibility of your own newspaper route, sit down ond-talk it over with your' parents. See if you aren't capable of going into business for yourself os o news- paperboy. I NAME ... ADDRESS .AGE I TELEPHONE I Blytheville Courier News Auto Sales Zoom By WILLIAM T. HALLS DETRITO (AP) - Paced by a record General Motors surge and aided by an extra selling day, U.S. auto sales In the first 10 days of May zoomed to a solid increase - the first time in eight months that sales exceeded those in the comparable period a year earlier. The industry reported Friday that May MO sales totaled 253,949 cars as compared with 193,306 for the same period in 1966, an increase of more than 60,000 pared with eight last year The boom in the sales picture was predicted last Monday when Chrysler Corp's Chairman Lynn Townsend told a Houston, Tex., audience that "all evidence at hand indicates that the spring upturn we've been waiting for is already with us." lions at Harvard. FT. BENNING, Ga. (AP) Richard Nolan of Houston, Tex., was promoted from private first class to captain in one day. Nolan, 25, an attorney, was appointed a captain in the Judge Advocate's Corps after seven months as an enlisted man. cars or 24 per cent. There were, were 244,848. nine selling days this year com- j Calendar year-to-dale sates for the industry, however, continued to lag behind the Jan. 1- May 10 period of a year ago by nearly 447,000 cars. Tola! passenger car sales were 2,713,801 this year compared with 3,160,763 in 1966. GM's 149,798 sales set a record for any 10-day period Townsend said worry about | and were up 35 per cent over inflation has been reduced by a slower rise in the consumer price index, a reduction in bank interest rates and conjecture about tax measures beneficial to business and industry pending before the Senate. All four U.S. automakers reported increases in all divisions, including several records for the 97,075 cars sold for the May 1-10 period last year. Chevrolet sales jumped 40 per cent to 69,685 from the 49,553 in the first 10 days of May 1966. Pontiac sales more than tripled to 41,901 from 14,986 last year. The first May sales report showed Ford Motor Co., at 60,071 compared with 59,224 for the the period. Financially troubled ] same period last year; Chrysler American Motors produced its best 10-day selling period in five months after reducing the price He had been drafted the day| 0 f its Rambler American model after he was admitted Texas bar. t« the j by about $200 in February Sales in tSie April 21-30 period was up 38,039 from 31,248 and AC 6,041 from 5,759. The Ford increase was a modest 2 per cent compared with a 21 per cent hike for Chrysler and 5 per cent for ANC. CINCINNATI, Ohio (AP) The Riverside Civic and Welfare Club has suggested to the City Council that the name of River Road be changed to Bloody River Road. A few days before the club sent a telegram saying its safety campaign on the road had failed, three young people were killed in an auto accident on it. BLUEFIELD, W.Va. (AP) — An unidentified citizen was trying to pay his overtime parking fin by putting it into a little red box that he thought was for that purpose. He learned it was a fire alarm box when two fire engines arrived. The citizen slipped away. Remember Pay Your Paper Boy Today In History BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Monday, May 15, the 135th day of 1967. There are 230 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1940, the Netherlands formally capitulated to Nazi invaders. On this date: In 1571, the Tartars burned Moscow. In 1767, the ruler of Genoa sold the island of Corsica to France. In 1773, the Austrian states- man, Metternich, was born. In 1862, Congress established thf Department of Agriculture. In 1918, the first regular air ; mail service was started — between New York, Philadelphia and Washington. In 1943, American bombers pounded the German naval base at Emden. Ten years ago—Britain detonated its first atomic bomb and became the world's third nuclear power. Five years ago — President John F. Kennedy ordered 4,000 more American troops to Thailand to back up his diplomatic efforts to save the independence of neighboring Laos. One year ago — Pop Paul said he was greatly displeased because Poland did not permit a visit by him. HELPING 18 HIS JIM HAWKINS 523 North 6th Street Blytheville, 723-4597 Is your Blue Crow-Blue Shield representative In Clay, CraUhemd, Greene, MtmUiippt ind Poinsett CountiM. THE MAN FROM BLUE CROSS-BLUE SHIELD IS ALWAYS WORTH LISTENING TO I Jn the complicated world today, few can be experts in everything. Moat of us need—and want—all the help we can get. That's why you'll welcome this man. He's ah expert in his field. His job is to help you. He's the Blue Cross-Blue Shield representative. That means he's the best in the business. He knows health care plan* forward and backward. He's been trained in theory and proved in the field. When he comes to help you, depend on him to see that you get the best health expense protection your money can buy. Beet of all, the help he offers is always available. All you have to do is ask for it And don't worry. Asking does not obligate you in any way. Today, over 300,000 Arkansans — individuals, families and employed groups — belong to Blue Cross-Blue Shield. They depend on us for the best help available for paying hospital and doctor bills. This dependability has made Blue Cross-Blue Shield the most widely endorsed and approved health care plan in the world. To find out how this man and Blue Cross-Blue Shield can help you, give him * call or drop him a line. Do it today! ARKANSAS BLUE CROSS i BLUE SHIELD A community service organization operated by Arkan$ani forArkaiaat . AMMIMM W.UC COOM 4 MW« CMWfcO • MXTM AHS *MIK« • MITLC MCK, AKKAN4A* Both Hays Super Markets in Blytheville Open 8 A.M. Until Midnight Every Day- Monday Thru Saturday ICE MILK Midwest, 1 Gal. 37 BROWN & SERVE ROLLS 12-Ct Pkg. 15' Coastal 8 oz. FISH STICKS 4 ,„ $1 Bush No. 300. 141/2 oz., 4 limit WHITE HOMINY 50 Family size, 48 oz. CRISCOOIL 790 Dixie Belle, Jb. box CRACKERS 230 Lays, No. 2'/j can POTATO STICKS 190 Kraft 8 oz. FRENCH DRESSING 25 Garden Club, 18 oz. Strawberry PRESERVES 390 Del Monte, oz. 211 can APRICOT NECTAR 100 Hy Power, No. 2'/ 2 TAMALES .. 3 for $1 Large sunkisl LEMONS d o, 390 Lucky Leaf, full qt. APPLE JUICE .190 Allen's No. 300, U>A oz. i£f LB - PEAS 100 Regular size FAB 230 Reg. 49c, 100 ct. St. Joseph ASPIRIN 450 Reg. 59c, S'/ t oz. Colgate TOOTHPASTE 390 Adams 6 oz. frozen LEMONADE 100 48 cl. Upton TEA BAGS 550 Flavored drink PAR-TAID mp.,290 Duncan Hines, 23 oz. Double Fudge BROWNIE MIX 390 Big Top, 18 oz. PEANUT BUTTER 490 Heinz, Jr. 2 for 25c (6 limit daily BABY FOOD 3 200 Super GIo SPRAY WAX 590 BACON Morning Glory Sliced, 49 ••"COUPON •< Fresh Ground BEEF (Re 3 . $1.49) 99< 3 Lbs. With this Coupon And $3 Purchase «••••••••••••••••••* CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS Lb. 69 FRESH PORK STEAK FANCY FRYER PARTS Farm Fresh FRYERBREASTS Lb 390 Farm fresh SPLIT BROILERS , b .290 Fresh Fryer LEGS & THIGHS Lb 390 Breast Quarters, Ib. 35c LEG QUARTERS ........ lb .330 Boston PORK ROAST *,. 480 Honey Gold, 12 oz. pkg. PORK SAUSAGE 390 Tender cubed MINUTE STEAKS , b 990 Solid Pak OLEO 21bs 290 Grade A medium FRESH EGGS 3 doz 890 Grade A small FRESH EGGS 3, ,790 Country style PORK SAUSAGE 3 .. 990 Store Hours: Open Monday thru Saturday, Sa.m.tilMidnite W« Reserv* The Right To Limit Purchases NOM Sold Cor Rente Prices Good thru Wednesday 2 Convenient Locations 200 East Main St. 421 Statfe lift St.

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