The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 30, 1966 · Page 9
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May 30, 1966

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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Kyfhevffle TA'riJ Courier Jfcw* - Honfty, May », UN - Ftp OBITUARY v D. Whittle Service Held Services were held today at ! p.m. at Cobb Funeral Home Chapel for Samuel D. Whittle, longtime Yarbro resident who died Saturday in St. Louis from Injuries suffered when he was struck by a hit-and-run driver. He was 48. Officiating was Ttev. Harold Brown. Burial was in Elmwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jim Harris, Johnny Johnson, Carl Webster, Eric Ray, Raymond Whittle, Charlie Krutz and 0. D. Bond. Mr. Whittle was born In Yarbro and had lived there until he left 20 years ago for St. Louis. He was a mechanic. He leaves four sons, Johnny Giles Whittle of Moberly, Mo., Sam Whittle of Hayti, Timothy Whittle and Dan Whittle, both of Columbus, Miss.; wA sister, Mrs. Mamie Collins, of St. Louis; '-And a brother, Herbert Jul- iin, of Blytbeville. Nancy Padgett Rites in Joiner i'Nancy Padgett of Joiner died yesterday in'Memphis. She was i»•Miss Padgett, was a student |t Joiner High School.' iFuneral services-will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Joiner Baptist Church, with Rev. Milion Wilson in charge. Burial will be in Bassett Cemetery. Swift Funeral Home is in charge. !-She leaves her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Graham of Joiner; •': Three brothers, Wilson, Tom- Ijny and Roy Graham, all of Joiner;' J.'And three sisters, Christine Padgett and-Robin'and Reba Graham of Joiner. John Prentice Rites Tuesday .John Prentice of Keiser died this morning at Osceola. Memorial Hospital. He was 50. .A native of Burdette, Mr. Prentice had lived in Mississippi County all of his life. He «tas a farmer and member of Keiser Baptist Church. .n. Services will be held at 2 p. m. tomorrow "at Swift Funeral Home chapel in Osceola. Burial Will h« in Memorial Park Cemetery. jHe leaves his wi!e, Evelyn Erentice; jTwo sons, L. J. and J. W. P.rentice, oth of Keiser; i, A daughter, Mrs. Wilma Jean Hicks of Luxora; ' Three brothers, Delbert Prentice of Dyess, George Prentice ijf Caruthersville and Ruben Prentice of West Memphis; i Three sisters, Mrs. Mildred Waltrip, Mrs. Onie Stover, and Mrs. Fronie Coleman, all of Keiser; *Ahd seven grandchildren.- • Bob Rogers J Services for Bob Rogers, 62, who. died Friday in Joiner, will Be held tomorrow at 1 p.m. at Grumpier Funeral Home Chap- 41, with Rev. J. J. Johnson in Charge. *Mr. Rogers will lie in state fanight from 7 to 8 at the chap^J. Burial tomorrow will be in Carr Cemetery. i* 1 - Mr. Rogers leaves his mother, ftrs. Dovie Webb of Upslanta, Mich.; 5 Two sisters, Farris and Teddie Echols, both of Pontiac, flich.; "'•Two brothers, Samuel Echols of Upslanta and John Echols of fain Arbor, Mich. bt Hospitalized or Second Time KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP)Two-year-old Jon Garnoali was choked into, unconsciousness nine days ago by a power-driven window on his father's car which closed on his neck. His Condition was critical for i while. Jon went home from the iospital Friday. t Sunday, police said, he apparently was sitting at the edge of the Carnoali driveway when his father, Edward, turned inte the driveway. 5 1 . The. car struck the boy, causing chest injuries. He wis in fair condition today, the hospi- MwU. . Deaths Is Estimate Hour by hour, throughout the Idled in a thr::-car collision. country, holiday accidents claimed an Increasing death loll this weekend. Two soldiers, one an Ohioan, the other from Tennessee, were killed when their motorcycle The National Safety Council j ?, ollid ^ *' lh • cir in southern revised its estimates upwards'"—-"as the death rate continued to climb and predicted at least 540 persons would be killed on the nation's highways in the 78-hour period which began at 6 p.m. local time Friday and ends at midnight today. A council spokesman said that the worst period would come as thousands of weary drivers began the long trek home this afternoon. Traffic accidents had claimed more than 370 lives by early this morning. Sunny and mild weather throughout the nation brought additional thousands to beaches and lakes. Twenty-four persons died in boating mishaps another 61 were drowned. In Somerset, Ky., five per- New Mexico. Last year a record 474 death were counted in traffic accidents for a 'hree-day Memorial Day weekend. The worst Memorial Day traffic fatality recorded ed was set during the four- day 1963 holiday when 525 persons died. The worst toll on record was established during the three-day Christmas period last year when 720 persons died. The lowest death toll for a three-day Memorial Day weekend came in 1948 when 204 persons died. For comparative purposes The Associated Press made a nonholiday traffic fatality survey from 6 ;\:n Friday May 13, 1966, to midnight, Monday May 16. The traffic death toll was 376 two vacationing Ohio families, i for the same 7g . hour period of the current holiday weekend. Daily Record Traffic Accidents Cars driven by Billy Hooper of 313 Tennessee and Richard Oswald of Blytheville Air Force Base were involved in an accident yesterday Mair and Holland. A car driven by Merald R. Keirsey of 3841 Jackson was involved in an accident Saturday, The nation's death toll on streets and highways was 49,000 last year, a record. Traffic accidents in the first three months of 1966 totaled 10,710, a 7 per cent increase over a similar 1965 period, the safety council reported. Fire Kills Woman CLEVELAND, N.M. (AP)-A Cleveland woman was burned which brought charges of driv-1 to death while clearing weeds ing while intoxicated and hazardous driving. The accident occurred on Highway 18. Weather 6§t,urday'» high—91 Sunday's low—« Yesterday's high—91 Overnight low—57 Weekend precipitation— flon» Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—26.12 Sunset today—7:06 Sunrlee tomorrow—4:49 This Ditf A Year Agtt Yesterday's high—73 Overnight low—5(5 World Deaths WASHINGTON ' (AP) - Lt. Gen. Cecil H. Childre,'S4, commanding general of the Conti' nental Air Command, died Saturday of cancer. WASHINGTON (P) James R. Newman, 58, who played a key role in the writing of the tomic Energy Act, died of a heart attack Saturday,. ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) Dr. Cyrus C. Sturgis, 75, widely known for his blood research, died Friday night after a.long illness. SPACE (Continued from Page One) Propulsion Laboratory, said the target was near the lunar equator in the Ocean of Storms, north northwest of the crater Flamsleed. The coordinates are 3.25 south longitude and 43.83 degrees west latitude. This is considered a possible landing area for American astronauts expected to rocket toward the moon within three years. Parks said first priority for the Surveyor camera would be pictures of two of the foot pads to determine any damage or whether they sank into any. lunar dust. These and about 10 oilier photos of the surrounding landscape would be transmitted with a 200- line resolution system, Parks said. Then a high-gain antenna was to be raised to permit transmission of clear photos with 600-line resolution. Home television has 525 lines. Parks said the spacecraft was equipped to send hundreds of pictures — with its camera geared to reach to infinity — during the 12 days it was expected to be in daylight. Once a lunar night - equivalent to 14 earth days — falls, the spacecraft could survive only a few hours in the 300-degree-below zero temperature. It would no longer be able to draw power from the sun and does not have enough on-board battery power to provide thermal protection against the extreme temperature. However, this would be no problem during lunar daylight - during which temperatures rise to 350 degrees above zero because the craft's solar cells are geared to. convert th sun's r«yi to energy. , from a cemetery in preparation for Memorial Day. Murder Suspect Returns To Marion, Ind, Glenn Stewart, 30, said goodby to a tearful wife Sunday and was taken to Marion, Ind., to face charges in a murder which police say may have been the result of a love triangle. Stewart, who was captured last Tuesday after a day-long manhunt in the swamp bottoms near here, is charged in the dismemberment slaying of Larry Lee Schmidt, 30, a fellow factory worker at Marion, May 8. Mrs. Schmidt, also charged with murder in the slaying, told told officers at Sparta, Tenn., where she has relatives, that she was held captive two days in her home early this month after her husband was murdered. She said she was then brought with her two children to near Arkadelphia, that she and the children escaped while her abductor slept, and made their way to Sparta. She was charged with first degree murder after returning to Marion to aid police in invesfi gation of the slaying. Stewart, who denies killing anyone, was captured by two Arkansas state troopers as he walked out of a section of woods near here last Tuesday. He offered no resistance through armd with a loaded rifle and pistol. Stewart said he was on his way to give himself up, The manhunt began Tuesday morning after Stewart was home near here, sighted leaving his father's Stewart was taken from the Officers said Regina L. Apo-j Clark County Jail here Sunday daca, about 70, was with a by Marion Chief of Detectives group of volunteers working at the small town cemetery Sunday. The grass and weeds flared up while being cleared by burning and she died in the flames. Education Laboratory Coming WASHINGTON (AP) — The South tional Central Region Educa- Laboratory, a coopera tive project affecting six states, will be established in Little Rock under a $180,705 contract from the U. S. Office of Education. The contract, announced Sunday, was among six in the nation totaling $1.1 million for newly formed groups to establish such laboratories. They will be comprised of as- socations of colleges, state departments of education, schools and other educational interests. The Little Rock laboratory will serve Arkansas, Mississippi, Northern Louisiana, Eastern Oklahoma, Southeastern Kansas and Southeastern Missouri. The laboratory will work to foster innovation and improvement of education at all levels, the federal office said. Laboratory participants will work with local schools toward better student performance, curriculum development, exploring the use of new technological devices, strengthening educational leadership, organization and facilities, it said. The office said that groups receiving laboratory development funds will make reports on progress by Sept. 1. A short time later, a decision will be made whether further federal financial support will be given for the laboratories, it added. Siamese Twins Die CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Surgeons separated four-day old Siamese twin boys Saturday but both died, one on the operating table, the other 24 hours later. The brothers had been joined from the navel to the upper chest. Doctors decided upon surgery after discovering the weaker twin had a nervous system abnormality and respiratory complications. The twins shared acommon liver, a common sac in which the .heart lies, and union of the rib cage, doctors said. Identity of the parents was withheld at their request, , Richard M. Harrigan and Detective Sgt. Richard Griener. Dead God Dirty Joke LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP). The president of Southern Bap tist Theological Seminary says the "God is Dead" movement is a fad that evolved from "a little game for an 'in' group ;of the ologians." In a tongue-in-cheek article in the seminary's news magazine The Tie, Dr. Duke K. McCall suggested a "Devil is Alive" movement to counter the death of God theory. "Perhaps the attempted humor of this article is in bad taste," Dr. McCall wrote, "but, then, this whole 'death of God' movement is a dirty joke." NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ROBERT L. HAWKINS, deceased PROBATE NO. 4381 Last known address of decedent: Blytheville, Arkansas Date of death: May 16, 1966. An instrument dated September 30,1965, was on the 23rd day of May, 1966, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed Administratrix with will. annexed. A contest of the probate of the.will can be effected only by filing a petition within the lime provided by law. •All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. Tliis notice first published 30th day of May, 1966. Ora Lee Penter Administratrix with will annexed Route 2, Blytheville, Arkansas Reid, Burge & Prevallet, Attys 417 North Broadway Blytheville, Arkansas 5-30 6-6 Remember Pay Your Faper Boy Services By Coil FUNERAL HOME SAMUEL D. 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