The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 6, 1967 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 6, 1967
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fage Two *• Blytnwffle (Art.) Cmiritr Km - Monday, Ifovemter », Wt Daily Record Weather U. S Weather Bureau Agricultural Service Reiser, Ark. | to 43. No important temperature ' changes during the week. No General Weather Features- High pressure is centered over north Mississippi this morning. Ahothcr high pressure system is- planted over Wyoming and will block penetration of frontal systems for several days. It was the coldest morning of the season in many localities in north and central Arkaasas. A" slow warming trend is indicated for today and Tuesday although temperatures will still remain below normal. I Chicago Wheat Sujlierly winds will bring con-; Dec. 149Vfe 149Vi 148!i siderable cloudiness to the state | Mar. 155'A 155% 154V4 measurable precipitation indi- j j ng anc | i, av jng no driver's li- cated but some very light driz- 1 - •-- ble possible during the morning hours Tuesday or Wednesday. Base Seeks Housing cars i;*.™.™ «,v.. B v v... i Private property owners or Charges of leaving the scene j jd and j ac k n jf c( i into a giant!real estate agents within a 15- :J -' ' '"••- - «<iile another turned I mile radius of Blytheville Air Ark-La 35% | Ark-Mo (Bid) 11% I Divco-Wayne 47% i Traffic Accidents DISASTERS (Continued from Pag* 1 One) careened along on their of an accident, hazardous driv- Saturday's high—49 Sunday's low—2!) Yrstprday's high—45 Overnight low—25 Weekend precipitation (to 7 a.m. today I—none Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—38.54 Sunset todny—5:02 Simrisp tomorrow—6:26 This Date A Year Ago Yesterday's higli—57 Overnight low—40 Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—41.34 H 'g h Tuesday but rainfall amounts July 157',i 157V4 are expected to be light. Cotton Harvesting Outlook for j Chicago Soybeans Tuesday—Variable, moist fields j v „ , ,„,., ,.,„, ...j „.„;„» r:,ij —,!:«„„,. K,,i! Nov. 26312 263k ttii A 266% 270% arid moist field conditions but generally on the wet side for mechanical harvesting. Restricted; sunshine Tuesday with considerable low cloudiness will keep cotton too damp for quality 1 picking 'til around noon. --..General Farming Weather— jAnother cool week is in store ;for the state with generally poor .drying conditions. Fields will j Jose soil moisture slowly. Sandy 'fields will respond to drying better than clay soils and much of the buckshot land will be too wet for mechanical harvesting Until mid week. Soybean har- 'vcsting will be mainly restricted to afternoon in much of the delta. ; Five-Day Forecast — Tuesday through Saturday temperatures 'will average four to eight degrees below normal. Normal highs 60 to 66. Normal lows 37 Jan. Mar. 267% 271'.'s 267% 27114 Last 148'/z 154 Vz 156% 262 % 266% 270% cense were filed against Danny Davis Jr., 20, of 530 South 16th St. after he was involved in a collision with an automobile operated by Martha E. Clark, 30, of Steele, Mo. The accident occurred at 9:55 p.m Friday in the intersection of Fifth and Ash. No injuries were reported. on its roof. Cranes mounted Mrs. Hayes Mrs. Susie Elizabeth Hayes of Senath, Mo., died Saturday in the Kennett Memorial Hospital. She was W letter "W" upside down and skidded along on railroad cars arrived to lift the overturned coaches while rescuers toiled in the rain by the flare of arc lamps. The Iberia jetliner crashed near Haslemere, England, as it was making its final approach to London. It tore into a 100-foot Force Base are invited to register apartments, trailer courts, housing developments or individual domes which they wish to rent or sell to military personnel. Base housing officials explain that each month an average of about 32 personnel who require off-base housing are assigned to Blytheville. For this reason, au- Born in Darden, Tenn., she jler, Tex., andjiJMr. had been a resident of the Senath area since 1919. She leaves two daughters, | was British actress June Thor- Mrs. Elizabeth Kelly of Blythe- burn, 36. She was expecting a ville and Mrs. Bill Rickmon of tU .LiUIlUUll- 4t IVIG Jiikw « AUV-II/WU - . . oak tree, gouged windows out of thorities are attempting to coma farmhouse and came to rest in P«l« • referral UsUng of all ci- buckled fragments halfway up a 900-foot hillside. » * * Among those killed were two Americans, W.N. Perkins of Ty- Mendel whose trip originated in Decatur, 111. Also dead in the crash New York Stocks Texas GS Senath; Three sons, Amos Hayes of I Yakima, Wash. .Crockett Hayes 134%' of Corning, Ark., and Hobert baby in four months. The Cathay vilian - owned family housing available to Air Force occupants. Sponsors of n ewly - arrived military families will be encouraged to use the housing referral listings, which will contain the facilities most readily obtainable for the new arrivals. Base authorities add that, if facility is listed, the owner Pacific 'plane, that! would not be expected to lower Chrysler 50!4 Hayes of Senath; RCA AT & T Dow Xerox GM Pan Am eric W'house — US Steel .... Curtis Pub 12-": Comsat 46 Amer. Motors 80% .. 50% .. 82% 273'/4 . 79% . 23% . 70 7 /i . 41V4 A brother, Phillip Bowman of Bosom, Tenn.; A sister, Mrs. Mary Bowman of Lexington, Tenn.; Sixteen grandchildren and nine great - grandchildren. Services will be Wednesday at 2 p.m in the Bible Grove Sears 56'/i Parke Davis 27% Gen. Elect 10014 Beth. Steel 31% Reynolds Tob 42% Standard NJ 65 Holiday Inn 47 ! Pentecostal Church at Senath j'vherejhe was a member. Rev , , rb !odie Meggs will officiate. Bur- ^ ial will be in McGrew Ceme- ' """"' " tery at Senath.. route to Vietnam with his wife.,. - iTne Mortons are from Oklabo- m g POplar ! ma City. j 468 or 67^ j Many passengers simply i donned life vests and stepped into rescue boats. The one fatality was Mrs. Tran Thi Tam, i wife of a South Vietnamese offi- i cer stationed at Saigon's b , e ± a '" extension 3-3931, extension Cutting a Rug Blocks City Street A Becdicraft Baron a pilot and six passengers crashed at Port Moresby, New PORTLAND, Maine (AP) Tan They had to close Portland's j principal business street Sunday so a carpet could be laid in a jewelry store. The carpet was 80 feet long Exact number of alcoholics in the United States is unknown, ' Guinea. All the passengers' were and 15 feet wide. A dozen work- believed to be Europeans but nojcrs had to lay out the half-ton Ulc UiULtJU dlclLcb 10 uimiiuvm, i us,m-v<.u. «•« ^^ *-,..,.«, ~but estimates place the figure at names were immediatly avail- carpet :m the street utu 6.5 million. able. I size, then pull it into the store. VIETNAM ' (Continued from Page One) mortar fire until daybreak today, field reports said. Civilians in the area reported about 1,000 Viet Cong troops have been moving through trom Cambodia. The Viet Cong tried for six days last week to capture Loc Ninh, 75 miles north of Saigon, but Maj. Gen John H Hay, commander of the U.S 1st Infantry Division, said 918 enemy bodies were counted and he was certain the number killed was twice that. Hay said one of the Viet Cong's best outfits, the 9th Division, was nearly destroyed in "one of the most significant battles of the war." He estimated that the division numbered between 11,000 and 13,000 men. B52 bombers kept after the remnants of the enemy force with 150,000 pounds of bombs on suspected positions five miles outside Loc Ninh Sunday. The enemy campaign near the Cambodian border indicates it may be trying to establish a "second front," to tie down American troops in a holding action as it has along the demilitarized zone, and to undermine the people's confidence in South Vietnam's new constitutional government by showing it can strike as it pleases. Also on Sunday, the Viet Cong killed 17 civilians and wounded the seventh since it came off the Pentagon's restricted list Oct. 24. In previous strikes, U. S. spokesmen said, aerial photographs showed four MIGs destroyed on the ground and eight others damaged. In addition to claiming damage to two more MIGs Sunday, U.S pilots said they cratered the runway, destroyed a hangar and silenced four antiaircraft batteries around the field. WJCHO 3V-io MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6 5:30 ECONOMICS The Deficitly Balanced Surplus. Fiscal Policy. 6:00 SERENADE The Memphis State University Department of Music. Facu- ty member concert. 6:30 WHAT'S NEW Health Heroes. The story of Marie Curie, discoverer of radium. 7:00 ALL ABOARD The Last of The Big Time Money. 7:30 CHANNEL 10 TRAVELS Wild Shore. The West Coast and its scenic beauty. 8:00 SHOWCASE Groovin. The Tom Ferguson Trio. 8:30 THE FRENCH CHEF Roast Suckling Pig. How to stuff, roast, carve and serve. 9:00 N.E.T. JOURNAL Russia: The Unfinished Revolution. The Russians look at their strong points and their growing pains on the 50th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution. Easier Task PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Portland fireman Al Oliverio made the job easier Saturday when 21 units were called to fight a fire aboard the freighter Goldstone, docked in the Williamette River. The Goldstone is registered in Liberia, has a Filipino crew and Italian officers. Oliverio, who conversed in Italian with the ship's captain, Clauvio Gallotti, was able to coordinate the firefighting efforts. Keith Infant's Rites Set The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Keith of 415 East .Ward died last night at birth in Chickasawba Hospital. In addition to his parents h« leaves a . brother, Ricky Lee Keitb of the home; Two sisters, Dorris Ann Keith and Delois Keith, both of the home; His grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Keith of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. Fletch Lemons, all of Blytheville. Services will bs 3:30 p.m. Tuesday in Cobb Funeral Home chapel, Rev. Marvin Haley officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of Cobb Funeral Home. PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED AS SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytheville Courier Ncwi BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. ZIP - 72315 Hurry W. Halncs. Publishf; 3rd : at Walnut St. Blythevllle, Ark. Published daily except Sunday Second class postage paid at Blytheville,- Ark. HOME DELIVERY KATES In Blytheville and towns in the BlytheviHe trade territory. 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