The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 7, 1967 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 7, 1967
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P»j» Two - BIyt1i«vffl« (Art;,) Courier Ktoro - Tuesday, November T. Daily Record Weather Dec. Mar. July Jan. Mar. U. S Weather Bureau Agricultural Service Reiser, Ark. General Wcalher Features- High pressure over Alabama is expected to remain stationary. Frontal systems will remain well to the north of the slate for several days. Cotton Harvesting Outlook for Wednesday— Excellent weather conditions for quality harvesting. Light dew or frost will dry off by 10:30 a.m. for excellent harvesting weather until sunset. Local harvest activities will continue to be governed by local field moisture conditions. General Farming Weather- Several good days of good soybean harvesting weather are expected in the delta with mud- dysfields the only drawback to a general increase in tempo of field activilies. YKicrday's Biih—SI QverisUlit low—26 Precipitation previous 34 iwura (to ^ ».m. lodwl-nont , S51 Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—Jt».D4 Sunset today—5:01 •^Slm.-ise tomorrow—8:27 -•"•Tr This Date A Year Aeo i71"cs-.crd;,y's ntsh—66 ':CvtrMt3iu low—a* ,. ::preci|>it!ii;on Jan. 1 to data—41.3» firaffic Accidents '^Charges of driving while In- tSficated. leaving tlie scene of art- accident, reckless driving a»a having a ficlicious driver's license were filed against 0. V. Mills, 37, of 312 Wilson after Hf collided with a parked ve- hlJe is as yet unidentified and parking meter, on East Main near Lilly at 11:45 p.m. yesterday. •;The owner of the other ve- hffile is as yet unidentified an till investigation is still in progress. No injuries were report- I Markets Open High Low Chicago Wheat Last 148 153'i 15614 148% 154 Vi 147% 153% 156 148 153% 156% Chicago Soybeans Nov. 262% 263 262% 262ii 266% 270% 266% 270'A 266% 270% 266 : 270'/s New York Stocks CLOSED — New York Election TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7 6:00 SERE!->')E The Memphis Stale University. Department of Music. Faculty member concert. 6:30 WHAT'S NEW Where Do We Get It? How peas are havested, processed and packed. ':00 ALL ABOARD Papa Small and Papa Big. Fun for preschoolers. 7:30 CHANNEL 10 TRAVELS The World at Three. A cruise on Pacific and Asian waters. SOVIET VIETNAM -Vehicles opei-ate by Pearl Alexander, 56, of Route Three, Box 98, and Jerry Lynn Steplv elis, 19, of South Ruddle Road. <inided in the 100 block of East Main at 5:47 p.m. yesterday. i3io injuries were reported and Slfphens was charge with following too closely. fJMrs. Caldwell •:fe. Katie Caldwell, formerly ofJBlytheville, died Saturday at 2r;jp.m in Memphis at the age o'f;79 after a long illness. Services were held Monday from the Baptist Church of Newburn Term., with Johnson Funera H.Ofne in charge. -She leaves two sons, James Morgan of Memphis and Bil' Morgan of Missouri; '/One sister and one brother; 5ind six grandchildren. JMrs. Crowder -Mrs. Mattie Crowder died ear ly~ tills morning in Memphis SKe was 79. fjlie leaves a son, Bill Crowd eipif Memphis; ;-3hree daughters, Mrs. Polls Coleman, Mrs. Rittie Gray and (Continued from Psgf One) 'ietnam. American intelligence ources said a new North Viet- lamese division, the 10th, is •nown to be along ttie Cambo- ian-Laolian border but so far ias been avoiding heavy contacl with U.S. troops. In another attack Mondaj light, Communist mortarmen obbed 20.60 mm mortar rounds nto the positions of a U.S. in antry battalion operating near he bloodied district headquar ers of Loc Ninh, 72 miles norll jf Saigon near the Cambodiar lorder. U.S. headquarters sail .8 Americans were wounded. * * » Nearly 200 miles to the north troops of the U.S. 1st Air Caval ry Division found 60 Montag nard women and children wh were among 245 of the mountai tribespeople kidnaped early Monday by an armed band o Viet Cong guerrillas. The other 185 tribespeople,' apparently all men, were still missing. Spokesmen said a company of Viet Cong troops carried off the tribespeople from five villages in t'ne central highlands 250 miles north of Saigon. One hamlet chief was killed during the raid. The Viet Cong in previous raids have abducted the primitive tribesmen to use them as forced labor for their military units. Seven of the men kid- naped were instructors in Hie South Vietnamese government's pacification program. Allene Mjimpliis; Crowder, all o sister, Mrs. Kitty Williams ofJBlytheville; •:And three grandchildren. ^Services will be tomorrow in Memphis. (Continued from rage One) in his 10-mimite speech for ."insolent meddling" in the af- ] fairs of oilier countries and declared: "The imperialists of the U.S.A. and their allies are widening Hie piratical war in Viet- Snam" He said the war is causing "deep alarm" Greetings from .President Johnson were published in Iz- vestia, the Soviet government newspaper, as part of a two- page spread of messages from Communist and non-Communist leaders. Johnson's note said: "In the UII f awuiv. am" i-iumn nu*."... dUIHISUII fl iiuic aalu. •«" ""* 8:00 TOPIC: MEMPHIS CITY nam e of the people of the United SCHOOLS Faculty Forum. Superintendent E. C Stimbert and four panelists discuss the city school system. 8:30 MEN OF OUR TIME Stanley Baldwin. A documentary on his life and his times. 3:30 SMART SEWING Pants. Making pants that iit perfectly. • WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8 3:00 ALL ABOARD | Slates of America, I am sending heartfelt greetings and best wishes to the people of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, for their national holiday which this year marks the 50th an- nversary of the.creation of the Sovjet government. * * * "I hope that the good will o! the peoples of both countries 'Happy Birthday' SALT LAKE CITY (AP) "Happy Birthday Jo—from Pete in Vietnam" read the marquee oulside a suburban Salt Lake City supermarket Monday. The sign and a special birthday party for Jo Peterson was prompted by a letter from her husband, Maj. Merrill T. Peterson, field forces headquarters, Vietnam. Maj. Peterson wrote the manager of Albertson's market in suburban East Mill Creek asking him to deliver a cake to Mrs. Peterson and mail.the bill. Instead, the store arranged the party for Mrs. Peterson and the three Peterson children Store officials say the major won't be receiving any bill. No Hors* Feed Fund DURHAM, N.C (AP) - After 48 years, Texan Olin Miller paid his debt to the Durham County school system. Or rather, his horse's debt. Now a resident of Plainview, Tex., Miller explained in a let- Bike Theft Ring Broken in St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP) — Detectives in St. Louis and suburban University City said they broke a bicycle theft ring over the weekend. Included in the roundup was 100 bicycles, 11 juveniles and a 60-year-old man. Booked on charges of suspected burglary and contributing to the delinquency of a minor was Jama H. Schmidt of St, Louis. Officers found two stolen bicycles in Schmidt's basement, along with five other stripped- down frames.. Officers also located what they called "a truck load" of frames at another apartment. Police said Schmidt admitted buying two bicycles from boys but-said he planned to give them to neighborhood children as Christmas present. Rolls from India EUGENE, Ore. (AP) - Mrs. Ray Howard of Eugene accepted delivery Sunday of two Rolls Royces-a 1930 touring car and a 1937 sedan-which she and her husband bought while they were living in India. "They have lots of these over there," Mrs. Howard said, "the old maharajahs had lots of money to buy them with." will find its expression in joint! ter to Durham school officials that while he was a vocational 00 ALL ABOARD | Red Square was the one Asparagus Stalks And The ing leadcr of the re U.S. (Continued from Page One) contributor "to the solution of the social problems wracking our nation." The open-housing program has moved slowly and Me- Namara said he would have to share responsibility for it. "Our original voluntary program to correct off-base bous- ing discrimination floundered and fell apart," McNamara said. "It lacked sufficient leadership from the top-starting with me and going right on down through the senior echelon of the Defense establishment." Now the Pentagon is embarked on a program that makes off-limits to all servicemen any apartment or trailer house area which discriminates against Negroes. Gift of Prometheus. 3:30 TOPIC: MEMPHIS CITY SCHOOLS Faculty Forum. Superintend- E. C Stimbert and four panelists discuss the city school system. 4:00 WHAT'S NEW Sports and the Professor. Techniques used by tinkerers of all ages. 4:30 THE GLORY TRAIL Iron Horse. The era of massive railroad construction west o! the Mississippi River. 5:00 THE RELIGIONS OF MEN The Relevance of the Religions of Man. Background and introductory material for the series as a whole. 5:30 ECONOMICS Decisions, Decisions, Decisions,. Budgeting and Iis c a 1 policy. 6:00 SERENADE Recital Hall. Pianist J o a n n Freeman plays Robert Schumann's "Davids - bundler- lanze" Opus 6. 6:30 WHAT'S NEW Sports and the Professor. Techniques used by tinkerers of all ages. 7:00 ALL ABOARD Asparagus Stalks And The Gift of Prometheus. 7:30 CHANNEL 10 TRAVELS Virginia. A tour of the state and its historic highlights. 8:00 THE USMC IN VIETNAM Contact: Marine patrol action War Within A War: the Civic Action program. 8:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS International Magazine. A report on developments abroad, usually from five different countries. 9:30 THE CREATIVE PERSON Inezita Barroso. A visit with Brazil's leading woman folk singer. efforts toward a firm and lasting peace in the whole world." Among those not present in 'me surviv- ... 0 __ ..._ revolution which broke out on Nov. 7, 1917, in Leningrad, or Petrograd, as [produce the .feed, no amount il was then known. Me was V. iwas paid." agriculture teacher in 1918-19 he fed his horse from feed produced on a school farm. "Because of the fact that I worked on the farm and helped M. Molotov, the former foreign minister and premier who has lived in secluded retirement since he lost a power struggle with Nikita Khrushchev in 1957. Also absent were the other three living former premiers- Khrushchev, Georgi M. Malen- kov and Nikolai A. Bulganin. It is not customary for those who have lost out to appear in public on such occasions. The usual long civilian parade followed the military display. Will Jackson "I have never heen satisfied so am sending my check (560), which I ask that you credit to the proper fund." The Durham County Board of Education voted Monday to return the check, in absence of a horse feed fund. Unnamed Aardvark Survives Birth MIAMI, Fla. (AP) — The only Aardvark ever known to survive birth in captivity will make her public debut this weekend at Crandon Park Zoo—with neither a name nor a fur coat. The seven-week-old, 10-pound star of the park will have a cage of her own, but it will have to go Will Jackson, 74, died yesler ( „...„ ay at Rodman's Hospital in I tips back but could not. Leachville following a long ill- The s c u Ip tor, He was a retired farmer and had lived in Leachville 48 years. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Myrtle Jackson of Leachville;, His stepmother, Mrs. Nancy Jackson of Kennett. Mo.; Three sons, Stonewall Jackson of Leachville, Rubin Jackson of Cardwell, Mo., and Ira Jackson of Leachville; Five daughters, Mrs. Goldie Keller of Coloma, Mich., Mrs. Irene Glasgow of H a r t f o r d, Mich., Mrs. Juanita Miller of Coloma, Mrs. Mary Hotchkiss of Bcnton Harbor, Mich-, and Mrs. Roslee Sexton of Leacii- ville; Two brothers, Jim Jackson of Nealor. Mo., Odee Jackson of Kennett; Two sisters, Mrs. Luella Sects of Kennett, and Mrs. Ida Lincoln of Florida; Twenty - eight grandchilren an eight great - grandchildren. Services will be announced by Howard Funeral Service. Art Work Crushes Men's Hands PITTSBURGH (AP) - A sculptor and his friend, who were trying to move a big piece of abstract art, crushed part of their hands Sunday. Doctors worked for three hours trying to sew the finger- Henry and his I Burszpynourcz, 45, friend, Wendell Brucker, 38, were struggling with a six- fcol-lall limestone column in the storage room of the Arts and Craft Center when the accident happened. The artist's left hand and Brucker's right hand were injured. in the reptile house. Crandon doesn't have an Aardvark house, officials explained. She'll have to remain little wrinkled "what's-her-name" until Thanksgiving when zoo officials will pick a monicker from more than 600 that have been submitted by Aardvark admirers around America. PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED AS SECOXn CLASS MAIL lilylhovillc Courier News BLYTHKVILLE. ARK. ZIP - 72:115 Harry W. Haincs. Publisher 3rd at \Valnnt St. Blythevillc. Ark. 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