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'Blytherllle (Ark.) Courier News - Monday,-May 29, 196Tj-Page_ThM« Daily Record EAST Weather U. 8 Weather BnreaD Agricultural Service Keisw, Ark. Arkansas weather is expected to show little change the next two or three days as partly cloudy skies and continued warm temperatures prevail. With a stationary front across southern Missouri, and each high pressure covering the state, forecasts this morning envision a repeat performance with maximum temperatures in the high 80s and low 90s. Isolated afternoon or evening thundershowers are expected to be more prevalent in northern sections than they were yesterday. Minimum temperature readings this morning ranged from 53 at Calico Rock to 68 at Blytheville. Twenty-four hour precipitation amounts from recording stations were light. The five-day outlook, from 6 a.m. Tuesday to 6 a.m. Sunday, calls for temperatures to average four to eight degrees above normal with only minor day- to-day changes. Normal high 81 to 87. Normal lows 68 to 66. Precipitation will average one-quarter to three-quarters of an inch occurring mainly at the beginning of the period, northern Arkansas, and about the end of the week over all the area. Temperatures have climbed into a more favorable bracket for cotton farmers. However, in most areas farmers would welcome some precipitation at this time. Shower probabilities the next two or three days remain low on the order of 10 to 20 percent, so some areas should count on remaining on the dry side for the next few days. Saturday's high—92 Sunday's low—67 Yesterday's high—92 Overnight low—86 Weekend precipitation (to 7 a.m. 1 today)—none Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—17. It Sunset today—8:06 Sunrise tomorrow—5:« This Date A Year Ai» Yesterday's hlgs—91 Overnight low—57 Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—26.12 Egyptians Shoot Down James Bond CAIRO (AP) — James Bond and American cowboys became casualties today of t h e Middle East crisis. T h e y were barred from Egyptian movie screen! because such types "glorify Americans and Britons as invincible heroes," Minister of Culture Sarwat Okasha announced American Westerns and thrillers about such agents as Bond are v ery popular with Egytp- tians. Mar kefs Open High Low Chicago Wheat July 166'/z 166'/i 165^8 Sept. 1691s 1VO 169'A Dec. 175% 175% 174% Chicago Soybeans July 285'i 285% 28«i Aug. 285 285 Nov. 2S1 281 284% 284V4 280'/» 285 284^ 280% New York Stocks Texas GS 119 Chrysler 41V« RCA 50% AT&T 55% Dow WJtMQ MONDAY EVENING «:30 WHAT'S NEW The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. A search for buried treasure and an adventure in a haunted house. T:00 ALL ABOARD Did You Know You Have Ten Friends? Mr; Be tells the story of Thumbelina. 7:39 CHANNEL 19 TRAVELS Dreamtrip to Denmark. The home of Haus Christian Anderson, The Castle of Elsinore and other attractions. g:00 SHOWCASE To Be Announced. Focus on the performing arts in the Mid-South. g:30 THE FRENCH CHEF Fresh Strawberry Tarts. Ju lia Child prepares a delightful dessert. 9M N.E.T. JOURNAL Eton. The strict discipline and the educational excellence of Britain's famous preparatory school are examined. * * * TUESDAY AFTERNOON MS SOCIAL SECURITY IN AC- 81V4 277 3 /4 .. 79 Xerox GM 'an Amer 32& .'ord 51'/ 2 V'house 52 US Steel 44>/i Jurtis Pub 1318 2omsat 68>/s Amer. Motors 12% Sears 55 >arke Davis 27 Sen. Elect 87>/4 Beth. Steel 34% Reynolds Tob Si'A Standard NJ 61H Holiday Inn 66% Ark-La '.".'Ark-Mo 12% (Bid) Divco-Wayne 32% World Deaths WASHINGTON (A) - Dr Donald B. McMullen, one of the nation's foremost authorities on tropical medicine, died Satur day at 63. McMullen, a winner of the Medal of Freedom, suf : ered a heart attack while at :ending a New York meeting ie was scientific advisor to the director of Walter Reed Armj Institute of Research. CANTON, Conn. (AP) - Dr Gilbert Whipple Heublein, 58, a noted radiologist who also held a major interest in the owner ship of a family-founded liquo and food company, died Satur day at his home. He Was a member of the staff at Hartford Hospital and several other near by institutions. The family firm Heublein Inc., is based in Hart ford. WEST ORANGE, N.J. (AP - Caleb Stone, a former vie president of Prudential Insur ance Co. of America, died Sal urday at 69. An expert in corporate investment, Stone was vie president in charge ef Pruden tial's bond dpartment until hi retirement in 1956. He then be came a partner in a New Yor" firm until I960. RYE, England (AP) - Fran Beresford, a painter of Britis historical scenes who receive an American award for one his works, died Saturday at 85 Beresford was presented with U.S. Air Force award for hi picture depicting an America Thanksgiving Day service ir Westminister Abbey. LAW (Continued from Page One) ic captured men be released " to "avoid cons- y Israel uences." At U.K. headquarters in New ork, the Security Council meets today to take up Secre- ary General U Thant's report xpressing fear that * clash ver the shipping blockade rould "inevitably set off a gen- ral conflict in the Near East." Also before the council were _igyptian charges of eight cases f Israeli aggression since 1949, ncluding a recent "mobilization or the invasion »f Syria." Igypt asked that its complaints e "considered urgently." Diplomatic sources said ouncil debate probably would ead to an appeal for restraint n all sides. The United Nations said about 00 of the 3,400 men of the U.N. tiddls East force have been vacuated from Egypt and that Canada's 720 men would leave y tonight. Egypt demanded lat the Canadian contingent be withdrawn, charging Canada was pro-Israel. Egypt moved more troops and rmor Sunday into a northern ector of the Sinai Peninsula lear El Arish, apparently expecting a major thrust there in ase of war. Saudi Arabia announced its orces along the eastern coast «f he Gulf ef Aqaba have been ordered to "strike at once against and aggression by Israel or the imperialist powers in any part of the gulf area." The semiofficial Cairo news >aper Al Ahram claimed that he United States is airlifting arge stocks of arms and ammunition to Israel from its base n Libya. A U.S. Defense De- >artment spokesma n inWash- ngton said: "There is absolute- y nothing to it." Iraq said Sunday it would ban le of oil to any country sup mrting Israel in case ef war. Baghdad Radio said the government was inviting all Arab oil producing countries to discuss a joint ban. The Arab League announced that if the big powers intervene militarily in favor of Israel, ;heir oil interests in Kuwait will e imperiled. The Moscow newspaper Moscow Truth called Egypt's pro claimed blockade of the Gulf ol Aqaba "a lawful step of self de Eense." Egyptian Defense Minister Shams Al Din Badran returned from Moscow after what Egyptian sources saiw were satisfac. tory talks with Soviet Premier Alexei N. Kosygin and Defense Minister Andrei A. Grechko. Informed sources said Kosygin replied to Nasser's request for more Soviet arms and other aic but contents of the reply were not known in Moscow. Sources in Tel Aviv said Kosygin sent formal notes to both Israel and Egypt urging C. J. Leach Carrell J. Leach, 86, died at a nursing home in Campbell, Mo., Saturday afternoon. Services will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Cardwell, Mo., Calvary Full Gospel Church with Rev. Randolph Davis officiating Burial will be in Cardwell Cemetery. The body will lie in state at Howard Funeral Service in Leachville until the funeral. He leaves three sons, Carl Leach of Kennett, Charles Leach of Cloverdalc, Ind., and J. C. Leach of West Plains, Mo.; A brother, C. M. Leach of Silver, Mo.; Twenty grandchildren and 27 great - grandchildren. C. M. Patton C. M. Patton, former Blytheville resident, died Sunday in Los Angeles. A long-time resident here, he movd to California about two years ago. Services are incomplete and will be announced by Cobb Fu- leral Home. Toll Road Cost $185 Million LITTLE ROCK (AP) - An engineering study conducted ointly by firms in Oklahoma and Illinois indicates that it would cost almost $185 million o build a four-lane, controlled- access toll road down the western border of Arkansas. Mrs. Gilliam Mrs. Flrence Gilliam West, 5, died Saturday in a Blythe- /ille hospital. She was the wid- w of Gray West. Services were held today at p.m at the First Baptist Jhurch in Leachville. Burial was in Manila Cemetery under he direction «f Howard Funeral iervice. She leaves a son, Alton West of Flint, Mich.; Two daughters, Mrs, F. L. McHaney of Leachville, and Urs. Margaret Wilkinson »f Santa Maria, Calif.; A brother, Joe Gilliam of Maiden, Mo. restraint. Nasser said Sunday Egypt would not call on the Soviet Union for help in the event of U.S, military intervention but "would leave that to the friend- y powers themselves to decide." Pentagon sources in Washing ton said a Soviet naval force si- steaming in the eastern Medii erranean in position to play a possible role in the Arab-Israeli crisis. At last report, they said, the 15 to 20 Soviet warships were keeping track of the bigger U.S. 6th Fleet in the Medit rranean. Wallace Man Will jeak at Fairgrounds MARVELL, Ark. (AP) - Bill mes. public relations directoi George Wallace when he as governor of Alabama, will leak at the Phillips County airgrounds June 6. W. L. Lord Jr., executive sec- etary ofrthe Citizens' Councils Arkansas, said Saturday thai ones' appearance would be ponsored by the Marvell Citi ens' Council. Jones, who travels with Wai ice on some lecture tours, has ritten a book, "The Wallao ;ory." Lord said Jim Johnson emocratic nominee for gover or of Arkansas in 1966, woul ntroduce Jones. Semecs 87 FUNERAL HOME 01QN1ZT DOYLE SANDERS — Services 1 p.m. Monday, Cobb Punera Home chapel. •iiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiiii TION Discussion. Federal benefits and the elder citizen. 3:00 YOUNG AMERICAN MUSICIANS David Yeomans, pianist, performs three preludes by Claude Debussy in his television debut. S:M THE FRENCH CHEF Fresh Strawberry Tarts. Julia Child prepares a delightful dessert. 4:00 WHAT'S NEW Indian Dances. Three dances of the Indians in the southwestern part of the United States. 4:30 N.E.T. JOURNAL Eton. The strict discipline *nd the educational excellence of Britain's famous preparatory school are examined. i:.1« SERENADE Concerto No. 17 by Mozart performed by Dennii Matthews. (Continued from Page One) out of class for two mmthsi while he fulfills the requirements? As in the past, said Dr. Beasley, the Mississippi County Health Department is prepared to administer immunizations to children who do not have the services of a family physician. The department has measles vaccine enough t« handle the demands of children entering the first grade this fall, he added. Regarding the Act, the matter is presently at an impasse. Likely, school administrators will do all they can to abide by the law as applicable to children entering the first grade As far as the other grades are concerned, something may develop before September tt let them off the hook. Rozz Gets Honored PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) Rosalind Russell, star of stage and screen, received an honorary degree of doctor of fine arts Sunday from the University of Porland. The university president, the Rev. Paul E. Waldschmidt, said the. actress was chosen for her "years of wonderful services to the American theater and motion picture art forms, and her continuing charitable efforts on behalf of many causes throughout the world." Reid Courier Newt Classified New Imperial Sedan, priced to make the stature of Imperial ownership an easy, logical decision.! Stop in. Step up) CHRYSLER MOTORS ennroiwi on "61" MOTOR COMPANY Hiway61,No. BLYTHEVILUE ELECTRICAL SERVICE We would like to inform our many friends and customers that we have returned to the Electrical Business. We offer the best in electrical service at the best moderate prices. For all your future wiring, refrigeration and air conditioner servic* ... call on m. CHARLEY'S ELECTRIC CHARLEY STALCUP AND SONS Day Ph. PO 3-7317 Nile Ph. PO 3-0369 or 3-6227 So. 6*. Hiway at Dogwood MFA Serr. Sta. A LONG WALK when a juddy is wounded and here are no stretchers around. This Korean marine carries another who was wounded when he sprung a booby trap set up >y Viet Cong "in an opera- ion south of Cbu Lai, South Vietnam. Syrian Chief Of State in Moscow DAMASCUS, Syria (A) Syria's chief of slate, Nured- dine el-Alassi, flew from Damascus to Moscow today. Re- iable sources said he will have talks with Premier Alexei Kosy- gin and Communist party Secretary Leonid Brezhnev on the current Arab-Israeli crisis. IN FAMIUAR SURROUNDINGS LOUISVILLE (AP) - Mrs. William Rains returns to the scene of her wedding every day. She was married in the beauty shop where she works. Business went on as usual in ;he other end of the shop, iviiere dozens of women sat under hair dryers and wiluessed me ceremony. Scottish Kilts The traditional siyie of the early Scottish kilt was a 15-foot ength of tartan that the owner spread on the ground and pleated. Then he lay upon it, belted t around himself and pinned the upper part at the shoulder. 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