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Blytheville (Ark.) Courier News - Saturday, June 4, 1968 - Page Threi AWAITING KENNETH - Rock and roll bands entertained crowds—estimated at anywhere from 700 to 3,000—at yes- terday's formal opening of Kenneth Sulcer's gubernatorial campaign in Osceola. (Courier News Photo) OBITUARY Mrs. Petty Dies in Manila Mrs, Eula Gertrude Petty of Caruthcrsville. Mo., died Thursday in Manila. She was 85. Mrs. Petty leaves two 'sons, E. E. Petty of Steele, Mo., and E. D. Petty of Blylheville; Three daughters, Mrs. A. C. Nelson of Mission. Tenn., Mrs. Fairie Lee of Auburn, Cal.. Mrs. R. B. Holly of Colorado Springs, Colo.; Four sisters, Mrs. Mabel Stover of Troy, Tenn., Mrs. Anna Cole and Mrs. Polkie Gunter, both of Newbern, Tenn., and Mrs. Cora Crabtree of Merrick, Tenn.; Seventeen grandchildren and 32 great grandchildren. Services will be held tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. at the First Methodist Church of Steele, with Rev. Marvin Niblack, Rev. Carlshta Miller, and Rev. Paul Curry officiating. German Funeral Home of Steele is in carge. Pallbearers are Wyman Dillman, Byron Finsley, Clark Frame, John Fields, J. D. Slout and James Childress. Doily Record Weather Yesterday's high—89 Overnight low—66 Precipitation previous 24 hours (to 7 a.m. today)—none Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—26.12 Sunset today—7:09 Sunrise tomorrow—4:47 This Date A Year Ago Yesterday's high—93 Overnight low—66 Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—21.23 World Deaths LONDON (AP) - Stuart Levy, 58, joint managing director of (he movie company that distributed the award-winning British film "Darling," died Friday of a heart attack. Levy entered the motion picture industry as an exhibitor at Liverpool in 1922. BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Jorge A. Mitre, 82, former editor of ftie newspaper La Nacion, died Friday, apparently of a stroke. Mitre, who served as La Nacion's editor for 120 years, was an uncle of Bar- I tolome Mitro, the newspaper's present editor and publisher. WASHINGTON AP) - Francis David Nicliol, 69, editor of (he Seventh-day Adventist Church paper, Review and Herald, for the past 21 years, died Friday of a heart attack. He had lived in suburban Takoma. Park, Md., where the church headquarters are maintained, since 1921. C. B. Burchell Rites Sunday Charley B. Burchell, longtime Luxora resident, died yesterday at Osceola Memorial Hospital after a long illness. He was 91. Born in Knoxville, Mr. Burchell had farmed in the Luxora area for many years before his retirement. He leaves three sons, W. E. and Clarence Burchell, both of Rutledge, Tenn., and Eugene Sandlyn of Caldwell, 111.; Two daughters, Mrs. Louise Moore of E. St. Louis, HI., and Mrs. Mable Watson of Ripiey, World Traveler AnswjrJoPreviout Puzzle ACROSS 1—:• Breton Island 5 Thailand's former name Hps&HL *ss 13 Within (comb. 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Services will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Luxora Baptist Church, with Rev. J. L. Stevens officiating. Burial will be in Calhoun Cemetery in Luxora. Swift Funeral Home is charge. in Summers Rites Sunday Gerald Summers of Malvern, Ark., died Thursday night in Malvern. He was the husband of the former Mary Outlaw, one time elementary schools teacher in Blytheville. Services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Atlas Funeral Home in Malvern. V. R. McCluer Services for Victor R. McCluer ef 626 Robindate will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Howard Funeral Home chapel, with Rev. E. H. Hall officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Among Mr. McOluer's survivors is his wife, Mrs. Lou McCluer of Blytheville. Pallbearers will be Bob Bev- Ington, Waldo Gather, Bill Bailey, Dewitt Chandler, Charles Henry and Bo Featherston. j Things Will Be Crowded' PHILADELPHIA (AP) "The doctors told us last week it was going to be four, but I'm still nervous — that goes without saying." So spoke Richard Eife, a Philadelphia police detective sergeant, whose wife gave birth to quadruplets Friday night. Mrs. Eife, 34, gave birth shortly before midnight at Frankford Hospital. Doctors said the mother and the infants — two boys and two girls — were doing fine. Sgt. Eife, also 34, said, "Things will be unexpectedly crowded at the Eife home." In addition to the quadruplets, the Eifes have two sons and two daughters, ranging in age from 13 to 4. Dr. G. Herbert Moffses, who led the delivery team along with his associate Dr. Oliver S. Thresher, said the infants ranged in weight from 3 pounds, 7 ounces, to 4 pounds, 7 ounces. A team of obstetricians and 12 nurses assisted in the delivery. Mrs. Eife was hospitalized about a week in advance "as a precautionary measure." The other Eife children are Ricky, 13, Michael 9, Eileen, 6, and Denise, 4. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Levada Webster (Col.), Plaintiff vs. No. 16775 Walter Webster (Col.) Defendant. Gospel Music Program Set AU gospel musical groups are being invited to attend a special gospel talent singing program at the Church of God and Prophecy tonight. The program begins at 7:30 and is open to the public, Rev Henry Pursell, pastor, announced. The church is located on the first curve near the city limits on East Main. IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. VERNICE ODLE PLAINTIFF VS. No. 16773 R. J. ODLE DEFENDANT WARNING ORDER The defendant, R. J..Qdle, is hereby warned to appear in this Court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Vernice Odle, and upon his failure to do so, said complaint will be taken as confessed. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the Chancery Court of Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas and the seal of said Court this 12th day of May, 1966. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D.C. REID, BURGE & PREVALLET Attorneys for Plaintiff LEON BURROW ijEj\ji\ DUivnx/n The defendant, Walter Web- Attornev ad litem ster, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint o{ the plaintiff, Levada Webster. Dated this 12th day of May, 1966, at 3:00 P.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D.C. Percy A. Wright, Attorney Ed B. Cook, Atty Ad Litem 5-14, 21, 28, 6-4 Taken the world over, only 88 days of the year are not classi- ied is holidays. 5-14, 21, 28, 6-3 »»*»»»»»•» •»•*•••••€ Services By Coll FUNERAL HOME • Integrity •••••••!••*••••••••••• Remember Pay Your Paper Boy PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED AT SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytlicville Courier Newi BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. ZIP - 72316 Bart; W- Haines, publisher 3rd »t Walnut Sti Blytheville, Ark. Published dally except Sunday Second class postage paid at Blytheville. Ark. HOME DELIVERY RATES In Blythevllle and towns In tbe Blytheville trade territory Daily 30o per wees BY MAO. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Within 50 miles of Blythevllls $7.00 per year More tnan 50 miles Irom Blytbevllle $13.60 per year END FEAR of doctor and hospital bills. Mutual of Omaha hospital, surgical, medical expense and income protection plan pay big benefits fast and the cost Is low. Give yourself and family blp protection, new peace of mind. Call or write — Frank King, Agent P.O. Box 866 — Blythevllto Phone PO 2-2000 Representing Mutual of Omaha MUTUAL OF OMARA , INSURANCE COMPANY LIFE INSURANCE'. UNITED O* OMARA Home Office: Omaha, Nebraska Political Candidates The Courier News has been authorized to announce the following candidates for office in 'he forthcoming Democratic Primary election: Legislative Post No. t BILLY NICHOLSON * * * District Prosecuting Attorney RAL?H E. WILSON Ex-Rebel Soldier Killed In Dominican Gun Battle By ROBERT BERRELLEZ SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (AP) — A former rebel soldier was killed Friday night in a brief but sharp gun jattle between Dominican police and the armed escort for a former rebel official. The violence came after de- fated presidential candidate Juan Bosch said his party would contest some of the results from ast Wednesday's election but he avoided any direct reference to voting irrgularities. The gun battle took place in ront of the home of Hector Ar- sty, former Cabinet minister in tbe rebel government that wai dissolved after the April 1965 revolt. He was in the house when Kie shooting started bul disappeared later. The soldier who was killed in the battle was not identified Seven other ex-rebel troops and three civilians, one of them a 15- year-old girl, were arrested. The shooting touched off sporadic gunfire in other nearby areas but it quickly died down. National Police Chief Gen. De Jesus Morillo said there were no casualties among the police. Dominican troops from ttie nearby Ozama fortress in the heart of the city helped police by surrounding the block. The shooting started, Morillo said, when a police patrol was fired on as it passed Aristy's home. One of the former rebel soldiers, an ex-Dominican air force corporal, told newsmen the police came to the house, took "aggressive positions" in front of the house and fired at it despite protestations by .Aristy, who came out to tell them he had been authorized by the provisional government to have an armed escort. After tbe Aristy forces surrendered, the soldier said, "The police officers shoved and beat us with their gun butts." He said he didn't know where Aristy or other members of the escort went. The armed escort is one of the few ex-rebel groups allowed to have their own weapons. The soldiers are left over from last year's rebel movement which tried to reinstate Bosch as pres- 1962 but ousted a year later. Commenting on Wednesday's election, in which conservative Joaquin Balaguer beat him by 236,625 votes, Bosch said Friday night, that a commission of lawyers would gather evidence of fraud to back up his challenge to the results in some areas. Bosch's statement said the j challenge would be made "in all | those places in the country where there is proof of fraud." His broadcast added that in law "it is not enough to have reason, but proof of reason." « * * Bosch did not concede defeat but foreign observers and diplomats here said his announcement was a tacit admission of victory for Balaguer. It was believed that Bosch announced the challenge only because of pressure from more radical elements in his Dominican Revolutionary party. The final official tally gave Balaguer 754,409 votes to 517,784 for Bosch. Balaguer's greatest strength was in rural areas. Bosch won in the national district of Santo Domingo and its environs, 144,631 to 88,217. Rafael F. Bonnelly, the Kiird candidate, trailed with 45,073 votes in unofficial results. Balaguer's Reformist party triumph apparently carried over to the elections to the bicameral Congress. Preliminary reports showed Reformist candidates ahead in 17 of 22 provinces. Communists, crying fraud, sent small bands of agitators through downtown streets. Three demonstrators were slightly wounded in a clash with police. Bosch, a moderate leftist, urged his backers to be "calm and confident" until the investigation is completed. Official observers from 21 j Western Hemisphere nations [have deemed the elections fair land honest. * * * Balaguer was once president | under the late Dictator Rafael Leonidas Trujillo. Bosch was elected president in 1962 but was ousted the following year by a military coup. QUEEN OF THE TOWN — Charlotte Stivers (center) is the 1966 Steele Homecoming Queen. Elected Thursday night, she will reign through tomorrow night. She is the daughter of Mrs. Geraldine Stivers of Holland. Dana Saliba (left), daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Joe Saliba of Steele, is tint alternate and Becky Ledford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ledford of Steele, is second alternate.- The Queen's crown was carried by Kim Wingfield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wingfield of Steele. There's so much to see and do in Hot Springs that more and more families are choosing this famous National Park for their vacations. Three beautiful, clean, sparkling lakes offer water sports, fishing, boating, and swimming,- there are six golf courses, the [' famous thermal baths for relaxing,- and T"n~"m THK c™ .h~7""" twice-a-night shows at exciting night clubs j v«.tionBr«hur.si, 1 .wing { o»ipi(!i«iKiiiii«iorfun. With big-name stars to entertain you after a I I ADDRESS day in the sun. Get the whole story-fill out • ,,„ there's fun for the whole family I NATIONAL PARK, ARKANSAS

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