(Ait) Chafer Mtwi - Situntoy, My «, HH - Paff Flvt OBITUARY • Mrs. Gilliand Rites Sunday Services for Mrs. Rdxie Gil Hand, 83, will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow at C'obb Funeral Home chapel. Mrs. Gilliand died Friday in Memphis. She was a former Ely- theville resident. She leaves one son, William Amos, Memphis; A daughter, Nola Rose, San Francisco; A sister, Alice Gipson, Phoenix, Ariz.; Two brothers, Louis Mayo, Ca- ruthersyille, and Troy Mayo, Ely theville; One grandchild and one great- grandchild. Pallbearers will be Andrewlee Mayo, J. B. Mayo, Wesley Mayo, Lennie Watkins, Edgar Downes and Albert Warren. Robinson Exercises Set Robinson School will hold graduation exercises Sunday for 102 sixth - graders who will be promoted to the seventh grade. The exercises begin at 4 p.m. in the school auditorium. Mrs. Julia Penn will present achievement awards and Principal Robert Wiley and Harrison School Principal L. D. Jeffers also will be on the program. The graduation Is open to the public. Whiteheod Service Held Services for Mrs. Ethel Whitehead, 69, of Manila were con* ducted yesterday at Pentecostal Holiness Church in Manila by Rev. Beckman. Mrs. Whitehead died Thursday In Manila. A native of Mississippi County, she had lived most of her life in the Manila area. She was a member of First Baptist Church. Burial was in Manila Cemetery, Howard Funeral Serivce in charge. She leaves two sons, James and F. L. Whitehead, both of Benton Harbor, Mich.; Two daughters, Mrs. Opal Rushing, Salinas, Calif., and Mrs. Lorene Wiseman, Manila; Four brothers, Zenas Vernor and Stanley Vernor, both of Salinas, and Ralph Vernor, Los Angeles, and Ed Vernor, Cash, Ark.; One sister, Mrs. Blanche Welkie, Manila; Ten grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. D. H. Horkey Rites Sunday David Henry Harkey of Senath, Mo., died at his home yesterday. He was 63. Born in Senath he had lived there for six years. He was a retired merchant and a Methodist. He leaves his mother, Mrs. Tom Harkey of Senath; a daughter, Mrs. Ann Frischman of St. Louis; two sisters, Mrs. Blanche Rice of Sacremento, Calif., and Mrs. Eva Davidson of Santa Barbara, Calif.; and two grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Senath First Methodist Church with Rev. Glenn Wiggs officiating. Burial will be in Oak Ridge Cemetery with Howard Funeral Service in charge. Disorder Disorderly PITTSBURGH, Pa. (AP) The police radio barked: "Car 5-5. Go to the Lemington School. Report of disorderly students with signs." The car sped to the school Friday and found a 12-year-old boy standing in front of the building holding a sign. The sign denounced school officials for expelling him for unruliness. 'Beat' Music CLINTON, Iowa (A) - Don Nelson was awakened Friday by the sound of his garage door opening and closing. He investigated and found his electronic garage door opener was missing from his car. Nelson called police. They arrested two youths, ages 16 and 17, in a car parked in an alley nearby. They had the electronic door opener. "They thought it was a trari' sistor radio and were trying to get it to work," police explained. SPEAKER - Charles Stuck, well-known Jonesboro Methodist lay speaker, will be in Blytheville Sunday through Friday speaking at Mississippi County Union Mission each evening (except Wednesday when he'll be at Armorel Baptist Church) at .7:15. Tomorrow, he'll be at the Mission, sponsor of his visit, at 2:15 and at Woodland Corner Church at 7:30 p.m. Gets Legion of Merit MADRID, Spain (AP) — Spanish Air Force Gen. Arturo Montel Touzet, who coordinated U.S. and Spanish efforts to locate and recover the H-bomb lost after a collision Jan. 17 of a U.S. bomber and a refueling tanker, has been awarded the Legion of Merit. Pay - television received its first public test a tBartlesville, Okla., in September of 1957. D.J. Whitsitt Services Sunday Services will be held at 4 p.m. tomorrow at Grag Funeral Home in Jonesboro for D. J. Whitsitt, 83, who died this morning in Jonesboro Mr. Whitsitt was the father of Hugh Whitsitt of Blytheville. CMC? MAY 24, 1966 Blank Spaces Aniw»r to Pravioui Punl* ACROSS 1 . Dick mi Harry 4 "A offUM old block" 8 "On the " 12 Hall! it "My Old Kentucky " MGoddenof discord 15"D«rold—" l«PuUx»M UCindntna'l 20 Round band acript 21 Art (Latin) 22 Odd or 24 Ship's officer 26 Newipaper paragraph 27 Society beginner (coD.) WAacended 32 Written announcement 34 Set free 35 Biblical mountain tt Grain oriitte 37 Genuine MCommuniati 40 Muck 41 Dry, u wine 42 French river 45 Hoped 49 Act of inverting SI Anger 52Depot«ab.) SSPeral. 54 Lubricant 55 Units of weight S6Gainaw 67 Born DOWN 1 Small children JEllipeoldalio shape 3 Intervention 4 Youths (colU 5 faith, and Charity o Turkish EJMHMIOH EIWWH 0QQH SWlsj AS HIOIP HEIH PISH i I lL. ISI IBIP V § 7 Through 8 Evil spirit 9 Biblical name 10 Jenny 11 Italian city 17 Nervous thriO 19 Iron 23 Salable 24 Evils (Latin) 25Ins line 26 Farther io 27 Guidance 28 Plant modification 2» Wagers 31 Weirder 33 Weight deductions 38 Dress 40 Attire 41" Side of the Street" 42 Roll 43 Preposition 44 the . Terrible 46 "Strawberry 47 Great Lake 48 Remove (print) $0 Caesar, comedian Political Candidates The Courier News has been authorized to announce the following candidates for office In the forthcoming Democratic Primary election: Legislative Post No. 2 BILLY NICHOLSON * * * District Prosecuting Attorney RALPH E. WILSON Beginning Friday Open 24 Hours A Day M& R BRACKIN CAFE 3RD & RAILROAD Formerly Oecupud M«M ClMaun OUTSTANDING BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY If you are contemplating going into business and have not decided what field to enter, WE WANT TO TALK TO YOU! 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Please contact us immediately if you are interested in more information about this unique opportunity. Factory Motor Parts Corp. W.D.Marhii,Jr. MIS.Did.ey, Memphis, Tin. Plane «M417 Doily Record World Deaths NEW YORK (AP) - Dr. Van Zandt Williams, 50, director. Of the Institute of Physics, died Friday in London, his office in New YOrk announced. TORRANCE, Calif. (AP) La Verne W. Browne, 59, actor who appeared in films under the name of John Trent, died Thursday of cancer. He was known in films of the late 1930s as "Tailspin Tommy." CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) Delmar Leighton, 69, dean of Harvard College from 1952-58, died Thursday o fa heart attack at his summer home in St. Andrews, N.B., Canada, Harvard reported Friday. PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Roy J. McCorkle, 58, finance secretary of the American Friends Service Committee and director of community relations for the National Council of Christian and Jews, died Friday. Weather Yesterday's high—77 Overnight low—55 Precipitation previous 94 .noun (to 7 a.m. today)—trace Precipitation Jan. 1 to dat«—19.83 Sunset today—6:35 Sunrise tomorrow—4:58 This Date A Tear Ajo YmterflWB high—81 Overnight low—61 Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—1S.18 Traffic Accidents Cars driven by C. C. Lott, Route 3, Blytheville, and Mildred Sheppard, 419 S. Lake, were involved in an accident at S. Franklin and E. Ash. No charges were placed. Cars driven by Mrs. E. B. Gee, Jr., of Highway 61 N., and Ann Thorpe, 408 E. Davis, were involved in an accident at Laclede and Davis. No charges were placed. niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin What's For Lunch? BLYTHKVILLE Monday Spaghetti Slaw Hot Rolls - Butter Apple Sauce Milk GOSNELL Monday Cold Cuts Mashed Potatoes June Peas Cherry Pie Bread Butter Milk iiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiinnnnnniiiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii H&D SHOP Wholesale Bait & Tackle • Minnows • Gold Fish • Red Rin Shiners • Worm* • Turtles • Cricket! • Crawfish • Ice • Outboard Motor Oil A Gas • Hunting & Fishing licenses Open 24 Hrs. on Weekend Ph. PO 3-1467 216 Laclede Blytheville, Ark. R. J. "Buddy" Donner, Manager f gyyJSJaaaftOUgGS^X'J-^^;;M!!TmSBaMalWW*T^^«fr*-^™"™P- »»A»W»'« UmHUJBU.JUlmH M IIIIMI*.»II PORTABLE TUNNEL-Worfc on massive concrete section* of an w^ro"* *> go beneath the Scheldt River is proceeding on dryland to the Netherlands. Once completed, the units will b« towed to the tunnel site on the river and •»»*•-W 1 "" *g sections have been linked, the river water will be pumped out. The Scheldt tunnel will be a key link in a superhighway from Rotterdam to Lille, Francs. Negro Deaths Susie Billington Services will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Jeremiah Temple Church for Mrs. Susie Billington, 66. Rev. Jerry Pankey will be in charge. Burial will be in Sandy Ridge Cemetery. She leaves her husband, Sam Billingsley of Blytheville; Two sisters, Mrs. Savannah Rose of Homestead, Fla., and Mrs, Melinda Tolbert of Blytheville; Two daughters, Mrs. Fannie Mae Davis and Mrs. Sarah Red both of St. Louis; Seven grandchildren and IS great grandchildren. Home Funeral Home is In charge. Mary Stratton , Services will be 1 held tomorrow at 11 a.m. at" Morning Star Baptist Church for Mrs. Mary Stratton, with Rev. Leroy Hunt in charge. Burial will be in Mt. Zion Cemetery. ' She leaves a son, Allen Stewart of Blytheville; And sixteen grandchildren. Home Funeral Home is in charge. Civies Get KP! TACOMA, Wash. (AP) - Airmen at McCord Air Force Base got some news Friday that sent their spirits soaring. There will be no more "KP." The Air Force says it's cheaper to hire civilians. A 65-man civilian force will take over mess hall duties July 1. SERVICES BX COBB FUNERAL ROME COURTEOUS SERVICE PAID :.tti. • * When hospital and doctor bills mount up It's a great feeling to have Mutual of Omaha help pay them. Find out why so many foUn in this area have chosen Mutual of Omaha's low-cost, bif benefits protection. Call or write— Frank King, Agent P.O. Boi 866 — Blytherille Phone PO 2-2000 Representing Mutual of Omaha MUTUAL OF OMAHA INSURANCE COMPANY LIFE INSURANCE: UNITED OF OMAHA Home Office: Omaha. Nebraska Under New Management! LOGAN'S TEXACO SERVICE and the RED ROOSTER INN Serving a Complete Menu with the Finest Chair-Broiled Steaks Between Memphis and St. Louis "Trust Your Car to the Man with the Star" R. E. JAQUES, STATION MGR. KATIE JAQUES, INNKEEPER No. 9 Road and Interstate 55 4 Mile* No. of Blytheville Vi Mile East of Yarbro School PO 3-9715 — "We Never Close" Rather Switch FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP The 85 residents of Stevens Village, tired of being flooded out every spring, have decided they'd rather switch than fight. The village council voted to move the community, 90 miles northwest of here on the.Yukon River, three miles downstream to higher ground. Sunday School Class Honors Mother Mrs. Gertrude Million was selected as mother of the year by Sunday School Class No. lot New Bethel Baptist Church. Mrs. Evelyn Harris made the presentation Sunday in the church auditorium. Opening May 20th Interstate 55 And Highway 140 Cotfonwood Raceway Osceola, Ark. All New Track Steel Bleachers Class "C" Stackers and Class "A" Super Modified From a S-State Area Time Trials 6:30 p.m. Races — 8:15 p.m. Every Friday Night The Fastest 1/4 Dirt Track in the South! Mile Modern standard railroad passenger cars are 85 feet long. 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