(Alt.) Charier Nem - - Pi «* 8 * T * B Life 24 Ends For in Arkansas By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Three persons drowned in Ar- Kansas Monday, one in a boating accident, as the tempo changed from highway deaths to water deaths on the final day of the 78-hour July Fourth holiday period. Arkansas apparently survived the final 'day of the long weekend without an additional traffic fatality, but a record 21 persons died in the first 46 hours. FAIR DEVICE'S NEW JOB 15 HELPING THE RETARDED UNION GROVE, V.is. (AP) A device that amused more than a million children at the New York World's Fair has a new career ahead — helping mentally retarded youngsters. ' the Wisconsin State Welfare Board has accepted a donation of the "fun machine" that was featured in the Johnson Wax pavilion at the fair, for use in the Southern Colony and Training School here. It is a walk-through, mazelike toy in which children manipulate cranks and buttons to activate noisemakers, surprise mechanisms and a variety of gears. It also includes distortion mirrors, a colored prism tunnel and a plastic hose "jungle." A school spokesman said the machine i is expected to "excite interest and bring out latent ability in patients who tend to be apathetic and phlegmatic." The highway deaths fell six short of the all-time holiday record set during the'1957 Thanksgiving period. • The drowning victims Monday were Buddy Stevens, 40, of near Holly Grove, David Combs, 17, of Helena and John Brittain, 16,-of LiitleRock. ; Sevens drowned while wading at Clarendon Beach about two miles south of Clarendon. Combs drowned in Storm Creek Lake in the St. Francis National Forest when his boat capsized, Brittain, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Brittain, drowned while swiming at the Van Buren Recreation Area on Greers Ferry Lake near Clinton. Coroner Dr. John A. Hall said he apparently became exhausted and went under. .* * ; . * ' . The other drowning victim was Regina Waldridge, 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Embrey of Texarkana. She drowned Saturday in Red River near the Index Comunity. The 21 traffic deaths included eight men, four women and nine children. • Six persons were killed in a collision on Interstate 55 near Blytheville Sunday and five hours later five persons died in a two-car crash on Interstate 30 near Benton. The Fourth of July victims were: In a crash near Blytheville— Norris Henderson, 37, Of Granite City, 111.; his wife, Glorida, 36; their children, Wanda, «; and Norris Jr. 3; Ronnie'Lay- ton, 21, of Dexter, Mo.; and Mrs. 'E. E. Story of Ruleville, Miss. .. "' In a crash near Benton —. Marion G; Yates, 62, of Benton; Paul A. Russell, 39, of North Little Rock; his wife, Dorothy Russell, 42; their son, Mark Russell, 11; and Stella Marie Langford, 9, of Hot Springs^ '"'•. • In .an accident near Huntsville — Marvin Harvey, 18, of near Huntsville; and Waymon Ball, 16, of Aurora. In an accident near Osceola —Richard R. Hughes, 23, of Memphis. In a Pine Bluff accident — Tom Johnson, 30,' of Pine Bluff. In another accident near Pine Bluff-Rodney Lynn Walker, 3, of Kansas City, Kan. In an accident hear Walnut Ridge-Billy Edwards, '18, of Walnut Ridge. In an accident near Burdette —Henry William Evans, 51, of Memphis. • • In a Siloam Springs accident —Barbara Harris, 18, of Siloam Springs. In a collision near Gould — Billy Ray Woolsey, 35, Of Florala, Ala., and his wife, Inez, M. GET LOST AND LOVE IT WITH YOUR NEWSPAPER THE SPORTS PAGE FOR DAD—THE CLUB NEWS FOR MOTHER—FEARLESS FOSWELL'S LATEST ESCAPADES, FOR JUNIOR! THESE FEATURES, AND HUNDREDS MORE, MAKE THE PAPER A MUCH-LOVED MEMBER OF THE FAMILY! make It a regular member . . . sub- :-ihe today (or Bervice-to-your-door. PO 3-4461 BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS OBITUARY • Mrs. Simpson Funeral services were held Saturday at Swift Funeral Home chapel in Osceola for Mrs. Ora Lee Simpson, 60, who died last Thursday in Memphis. Burial was in Ermen Cemetery. Mrs. Simpson leaves four sons, Ernest Handley of Osceola, James Simpson of Jonesboro, J.C. Simpson of Memphis, J.W. Simpson of Glendale, Cal.; Four daughters, Mrs. Mildred Burchett and Sue Simpson of Memphis, Mrs. Loyce Stanfield of Cudahy, Cal., and Mrs. Dorothy Davis of Osceola; , A brother, James Rose of Halls, Tenn.; A sister, Mrs. Nell Patterson of North Little Rock; Five grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Mrs. Sparks Services for Mrs. Opal Victoria Sparks, J9, will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Milligan Ridge Baptist Church by Rev. Waymon .Holt. Burial will be in Manila Cemetery, Howard Funeral Service in charge. Mrs. Sparks was the widow of the late Annan Sparks and died yesterday at Osceola Memorial Hospital. She was a native of Lake County^ Tenn., but had lived in Manila for 40 years. She leaves a son, Edward Sparks, and a daughter, Martha Lee Sparks, both of Manila; Her foster mother, Mrs. Belle Badger, Manila, and three grandchildren. 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(AP) —America'! heaviest MtelUt*— • 21-ton rocket stage like that which one day will proptl At- tronauts to the moon — vaulted into orbit today. It wsi filled with 10 tons of liquid hydrogen in an engineering test to determine if this high-energy fuel has at last been harnessed for space use. The 17-story-tall Saturn 1 rocket, most powerful ever fired by the United States, thundered off its launching pad at 10:53 a.m. (EOT) on the l.t- million pounds of t hrust and trailed a plume of fire more than 500 feet long as it darted into the sky. * * * Eight minutes later, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration announced that the 92-foot second stage had ignited with a 200,000-pound thrust burst and drilled itself into an orbit about 118 miles above the earth. The launching was held up nearly two hours because of the failure of one of two tele- WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Kenneth Paul Flowers, Plaintiff, vs. No. 16816 Sharon Kay Flowers, Defendant. The defendant, Sharon Kay Flowers, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Kenneth Paul Flowers. Dated this I0th day of June, 1966 at 1:50 O'clock P.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk Leon Burrow, Attorney Dan M. 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Flight controllers finally decided to launch with only one of the camera* operating. 1 * ••. • ' A tracking station at Bermuda reported receiving dear pic- hires from the camera as the huge stage passed overhead several minutes after liftoff. The controller at Bermuda reported the photos showed that the hydrogen was "very stable" and was "behaving itself very well" with only an occasional ripple on the surface. The report said gases evaporating from the hydrogen were Ming expelled properly to provide a small amount of thrust to help settle the volatile fuel. Officials said several hours would be required to determine how successful the mission was: They termed the early portion highly successful. Success would clear the way foi the launching of an unmanned Apollo moon ship in August and the flight of a three-man Apollo crew on an earth orbit mission in November. Both would be boosted by Saturn 1 rockets. HOME ON THE RANGE KANSAS CITY (AP) — The deer and the antelope may no longer play hereabouts, but the deer still cavort. Two wild deer recently disrupted neighborhoods in Kansas City. One of them bounded around 35 minutes before it was subdued by a tranquilizer dart and transported out of town. Another has proved more elusive. It is believed still making its home in a brushy, wooded suburban sanctuary. "I wouldn't be surprised that ,it stays there indefinitely," said conservation agent Jesse Flassing. ••••••••*•*••••••••••• Sertloe» By FUNERAL HOME Integrity RICHARD R. HUGHES, 2 p.m. Tuead&y, Cobb ChApel. •••••••••••••••••••••i Cottonwood Raceway Int. 55 & Hiway 140 OSCEOLA, ARK. Racing this Friday & Each Friday Night Tim* Trial* — 6:30 p.m. Racei — 8:15 p.m. All New Track Stttl BUachtrs Class "C" Stockws and Class "A" Super Modified from a 5-State Area. 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