The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 10, 1967 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 10, 1967
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P«ge Two — Blythevlfle (Ark.) Courier News — Friday, November M, tWT i Jennifer Jones found Near Death Daily Record ILBJ Weather Fi-ecipitaUori J SMriKet todny—4:59 Sunrise tomorrow— 6:30 This ate A Year Ago Yesterday's high—74 Overnight low—49 Precipitation Jan. 1 to daw- ,- 1 oS 5 " bours I Chicago Wheat . 1 to date— 33.62 ; Dec. i Mar. ' July - HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Acadc-j Her stomach was pumped at rny Award winning actress Jen-1 the Malibu Hospital before she niter Jones was rushed to Mt. |was taken to Mt. Sinai. A sher- Sinai Hospital today after slier-jiff's spokesman said Miss ifPs deputies found her ''near i Jones, widow of producer David death" in the Pacific surf at the JO. Selznick. reportedly had^ fjiot of a 4-10-foot cliff. ! called her personal physician j •The shv. beautiful 'actress'and said she was about to take n.«fUc found unconscious and not i«ome pills. _ I World Deaths . breathing, may have fallen: There was no 1")".'^ ' charles Bickford| 78| one o( H ol-i J a 7 ;£ about 100 feet, said Los Angeles i word from hospital officials on lywood , s |op charader actors, i^ j^ Countv sheriff's deputies, i I. co P,,! tlo !I' ,. , , u died Thursday night of em-!" : A deputy restored her breath-; Sheriff s deputies found her ing after performing mouth- (Continued from Pi>gf One) . , I ning, Ga., where Army rangers MOfkClS and airborne units are trained. Hieh Low Last From there ne was fi y' n S to lne 'Marine Air Station at El Toro, Calif., to greet pilots back from 147% Vietnam. 153% Shucking his big jet transport 148'.J loG'A 1561i 155'A 155 7 /8 Chicago Soybeans 264 Vi 2 68V 2 272'A 263^8 2G7=i 271=4 268% 272 tb-mouth resuscitation for two j the top of the cliff. ,.1 Sheriffs deputies tound ne , and '„,,„£, complica . j ,.! after spo tmg her sports car at \.^ ^^ af(er moreFtnan , New York Stocks or three minutes. Miss Jones won an Academy i Award for lier JThe deputies found her foot-j^ ^ f ., m ,, Song prints winding down a 1.000- fbot-long path to the surf and er performance in j hard . fisled . , "Song of Bernad-1 ..„, ... . . 1109 film credits, was enjoying success in television as ranch owner f °™ d The Virginian." Recently another actor filled in for Bicklord «* they ended about 100 feetj^ X^S^ SSE> ^ ™*' f ,om where she was found. | Ripfcf(m , „,„, „ ,,„ A ^ | ^^^ (Ap) _ ! Alice Mayo, 60, wife of Dr. Charles W. Mayo, senior sur; the Mayo Clin- Gosnell Is Revival Hosf .! Bickford died at UCLA Medical | Center of emphysema. j Miss Jones, 48, born | Isley in Tulsa, Okla., Pbylis : Revival Services begin Mon day at Gosnell Baptist Church. |Carroll Evans will be the evangelist and Red Johnson will , ler - I the late: actor Robert Walker in r rf . d Thursdgy shc had been 11939. The couple had two sons. J ,.! She was divorced from Walker | in 1945 and in 1949 married Texas GS 133% Chrysler 53 RCA 58 AT & T Dow 50 82V4 Xerox 277V4 GM 8114 Pan Americ 23% Ford 50 W'house 70% US Steel 40% .Curtis Pub H'<s ill with a form of cancer forjc omsa t 46^1 than a year. Mrs. Mayo | Amcr .Motors IHs] Saturcla y " r sometime Sunday. there, he was to fly by helicopter to Camp Pendleton, not far away, which is a major jumping-off point for Vietnam-bound Marines. Then he was to fly by helicopter to the flight deck of the 85,000-ton Enterprise, tbe largest warship in tile world and a veteran of two tours in waters off North Vietnam. The Navy was ready to show him routine carrier operations before and after dark. Following a night aboard the big ship, Johnson is to fly to McConnell Air Force Base near Wichita, Kan., Saturday, tien i go to a Coast Guard station at Yorktown, Va. T\ie President is expected to return to the White House late They had one daugh- be the song leader. In 1955, Miss Jones was voted was born Alice Varney Plank at Upper I Pa. Parke Davis . Gen. Elect .. , . ---• Beth. Steel . • Services" will be held each by some 15 million movie goers | MA \ Vr j g ht, 56, wife of the Reynolds Tob and 7:30 p.m | as the best actress of the year; board chairman of the Humble I standard NJ HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) — Mrs. day at 9:30 a.m through Nov. 19. JA11 services are open to the public. | for her performance in "Love is a Many Splendored Thing." The Oscar for the best performance . 55',s . 27% 102 . 31 Vi . 39=4 65 ','4 SPACE (Continued from Page One) ORIENTAL TUNES GO COLLEGIATE at the City College of New_York, where musician Ravi Shankar is teaching two courses during the fall 1967 semester.. M who is largely responsible for the great Popularity of Indian musle in the West, is shown leading students In tinging an Oriental tune while a girl at letl accom janics them. . Randall Sends Gifts to Men Oil & Refining Co., died Thurs- Holiday Inn 46Vjler been photographed at close day. Wright also is immediate Urk-La """'' """° Cl " "~"' ' - : ~- J past president of the U.S Chamer, was awarded to Anna Mag. nni for her role in "The Rose Tattoo." During her years as a star, Miss Jones was rarely seen in • Supervisors and employes at < public and never at public func- by an actress that year, howev- j ber of Commerce. The Wrights tions. The Randall Company recently collected $155.61 for three of the company's employes on mili- fjay leave and stationed in Viet- riam. a company' official said jfesterday. ; Joe Wolverton. Danny -McWilliams and Alfred King are serving in Vietnam and will be sent "some things they can't get over there," the spokesman Tlf'any money is left after I in Ba '° n R °g u <| Mrs. Robinson Mrs. A. L. Richardson received word today of the death of her sister, Mrs. Clyde Robinson of Baton Rougue, La. Mrs. Robinson, widow of Clyde Robinson, died last night gifts are purchased, according to the spokesman, "the money will be divided equally and sent tc .the men," UJJ(W FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10 6:00 SERENADE Recital Hall. Louis Potter, cellist, and Joseph Evans, pianist, perform two movements for the Sonata in G Minor by Henry Eccles. 6.3(1 WHAT'S NEW The Flicks. Man's quest to depict in drawings the movement of life he sese around him. 7:00 ALL ABOARD Mr. Superfluous And The Fin- gerpaint. 7:30 CHANNEL 10 TRAVELS Southland Empire. The west T ern part of the United States. 8:00 YOUNG AMERICAN MUSICIANS Pianist Barbara N i s s m a n plays the Andante Spianato and Grande Polnaise Brii- liante, Opus 22 by Frederic Chopin. 8:30. N.ET PLAYHOUSE . The Tale of Genji. Part four of the classic Japanese drama. 9:30 CONVERSATIONS Sylvia Beach. Life in the literary world of Paris in the Tjventies. I Services are incomplete. G.L. Perdiman Services for General Lee Per- diman, 87, who died Wednesday at Chickasawba Hospital, will be Sunday at 11 a.m. at Grumpier Funeral Home chapel, Rev. Jerry Pankey officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Zion Cemetery. He leaves two daughters, Mrs. Sarah Brooks of Wabeseka, Ark. and Mrs. Georgetta Burks of Lansing, Mich.; A brother, John Perdiman Jr. of .Jonesboro; Nine grandchildren, 39 great- grandchildren and six great- great-grandchildren. Bicycle Thief In for Surprise NEW YORK (AP) - To catch a thief may be a bit difficult moved to Houston last year from Scarsdale, N.Y Louis Lee Louis Lee. 53, died yesterday at Doctors Hospital. Ark-Mo (Bid) 11 a ? 'hat region, failed in Divco-Wayne Chaplain Claims Soldiers Not Killers FT. GORDON, Ga. (AP) — A chaplain is conducting an Army- ide crusade through closed cir- the Born in Forrest City, he had:cuit television espousing been a Blytheville resident 42 premise that a soldier does not years. He was a retired farm- violate the biblical commander and veteran of the Second World War. ment "Thou Shalt Not Kill" when he goes into battle. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. I "A soldier doesn't kill for per- Moody Lee of Blythe- sonal gain," Maj. Eugene E. Al- , len said in an interview Wednes- Allen, doesn't murder." a Baptist, says that point and the fact soldiers are serving their country render the commandment irrelevant to the U.S. fighting man. Annie ville; One daughter, Mrs. Phillis Ann Roeder of Three Oaks, Mich.; Two brothers, Wilbur and Richard Lee, both of Blytheville: One sister, Mrs. Roy Walker of Blytheville; And three grandchildren. Services will be 2 p.m. tomorrow from Cobb Funeral Home Rev. James Ruth officiating. Burial will be in Dogwood Cem-i kee thl . itt didn >~ t pay O ff. For eta'y. .,,_-, , T I more than 30 years he saved his Pallbearers will be Learl Lee, chi]dren , s oulgrown shoes. Shoes Donated BOSTON (AP) — Don't tell Shriberg that his Yan- Harold Frazer, Chester Lunsford, Charlie Lee, Richard Lee Jr. and Jerry Lee. Odd Turn of Events BREMERTON, Wash. (AP) When James Skirving, chairman of the Bremerton Port Commission, appointed Ralph Erickson to a commission vacancy in February he had no idea the action would put him out of office. '. Since then Skirving moved when he has stolen a pair of j into Erickson's district and both racing bicycles designed to go , r an for the same commission as fast as 70 miles an hour. seat in Tuesday's municipal they've been donated to a state school for retarded youngsters. The 300 pairs of shoes, hung from nails in the attic of his home in suburban Newton, came to public attention when the Boston Globe published a story about them. "After that we had many, many telephone calls asking for the shoes," Mrs. Shriberg said Wednesday. "Finally, a doctor called and said the shoes were needed at Fernald School for retarded children." A use for the shoes was found Searchers Check On Melton Clue WINTHROP, Ark. (AP)—Col. juiuuiuiio. giving use tu edliy , iillLW1 > " \ ', fears that an even-number jinx! Bob James ' commander of the • • • • J Patrol, said Thursday the range. Surveyors 2 and 4, ai<fled their missions, giving rise to early might endanger Surveyor 6. The seventh and final Survey-, or,, due to be launched in Janu- j Marvln i search for businessman-farmer ary, will be aimed at some wa . s mountainous region outside the Apollo target zone to help scientists learn if moon highlands are similar to those on earth. Flags for Vietnam Melton of Jonesboro centered near Winthrop (Little River County). James said the area'~around Winthrop was being combed by about 15 men and two planes. He said some of the searchers went into the heavily wooded hills, on horseback Thursday after two women reported hear- LOS ANGELES (AP) — In i ing a plane crash about a Vietnam, there's a California slate flag waving atop Hill 861—thanks to Elmer S. Jones. An armored personnel carrier in the Vietnamese jungle carries another—tiianks again to Jones. Still another is used as a wind sock on an operations shack deep in the Mekong Delta. month ago. James said the CAP received the lead this week, and he said State Police and the De Queen Wing of the CAP were conduct- Good Conduct Noted by Judge CINCINNATI, Ohio (AP - A federal judge commended 40 friends of an accused draft dodger for their behavior at his arraignment Thursday. The spectators, who described themselves as Antioch College students, came to U.S. District Court to lend moral support to Daniel C. Bromley, 18, Sharon- vilie Ohio, who is charged with failure to register for Selective Service. They sat quietly for more than an hour until Bromley's case was called and then stood up while Judge Timothy S. Hogan granted a continuance. As they began to file out, the judge stopped them. "Before you all leave, I want to commend you on your conduct," he told the group. Town Got More Than Bargained For WEST UNION, W. Va. (AP) ing the search for the 65-year- "f"" um V"' ™- »"; ,'" r ' nlri Mnlrnn wrm Hisannpsrprf ~ Residents of' this Doddndge old Melton, who disappeared Oct. 13 on a flight from Jonesboro to Dallas. James said the search will Jones, a flag maker, has sent | broaden over the area south and nearly 350 such flags at the re- 1 southwest of Little Rock to Tex- quest of individual California arkana when the leaves have soldiers in Vietnam. 'fallen off the trees. County community wanted to attract a doctor'to their town, so (hey chipped " in and built a $50,000 medical center. They got not one but two doctors, and a nurse in the bargain. Dr. Frederica Lehmann, a pe dialrician and former faculty member at the Alabama Medical School, and Dr. Sutcharit Bhamornbutr, a native of Thailand, have both agreed to practice medicine here. Dr. Bhamornbutr comes with a ready-trained nurse, his wife, PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED AS SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytheville Courier New* BLl'THEVILLE, ARK. ZIP - J2315 Harry W. Haines, Publisher 3rd at Walnut St. Blj-theville, Ark. Published daily except Sunday Second class postage paid at Blytheville, Ark. HOME DELIVERY RATES In Blythevilli- and towns in the BlythevUle trade territory. Daily 3Sc per week B! MAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Within 50 miles or BlythBTille , $8.00 'per year More than 50 miles from BlytheTfll* $18.00 per year Services By COBB FUNERAL HOME INTEGRITY A. M. LOGAN, 3 p.m. Friday, Cobb chapel. MRS. BIABLE MARIE LEE, » p.m. Friday at Cobb chap?!. LOUIS LEE. services 2 p.m. Saturday from the chapel. -niBiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiniiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'niiliiiiiiiiiBiin 11111111 just in time. With children now Cunningham, owner of the racers warned Wednesday. The bikes built for track racing have no brakes. Cunningham, a Brooklyn real estate broker, said the missing racers are from among the 22 in his personal antipoverty project for boys in the Bedford- Stuyvesant area. If they ride them on the street, somebody's going to get hurt," he said. I": j apartment. their four 21-33, the But the speed could also lead j election, to the thief's downfall, Charles j Erickson won overwhelming-Ishribergs have moved to an capp Homes IS HERE BRINGING TO YOUR CpMMUNITY THE CAPP CONCEPT OF FINE QUALITY HOMES AT THE LOWEST PRICE LONG ESTABLISHED •AND GROWING lor i over 21 years! We now 'sell in 35 stales, making ;us one o( the largest ' manufacturers ol PRECUT (not pre-fab) homes In trie nation. TODAY'S BEST HOME BUY! Custom-built to your plan or ours, using only highest quality materials. No hidden costs. Our work and material; pass Ihe most rigid building codes. FAIR AND HONEST FINANCING at E% simple interest—lowest in the industry! We can include additional funds for our complete Electric, Heating, Plumbing and Kitchen packagesl WE DELIVER AND ERECT ON YOUR LOT AND FOUNDATION WITH ALL FINISHING MATERIALS FURNISHED FOR INSIDE AND OUT SEND NOW FOR YOUR FREE HOME ALBUM DON'T DELAY! UBOR i MATERIALS ARE GOING UP! BUltD NOW! Your Capp-Homi nun la: J»me« Terr? 805 Midland Little, Rock, Ark. I>h. 601-MO 3-I2M Capp-iromes, <!I21 E. 14th St. DM Moinrs, U. £0.113 Ui>iit Ark. 21 Plane l NAME end me tnsra Inlormitlonl SMTl „ • I own rtol Q I don't awn i lot but could fl«l om FREE SIGHTSEEING TOUR OF ARKANSAS' MOST SCENIC OZARK MOUNTAIN REGION! The Tourist and Recreation Committees of Fulton and Izfird Counties Melbourne, Arkansas (\n behalf of Horseshoe Development Corporation), cordially invites responsible persons to be special guests on a fabulous FREE SIGHTSEEING TOUR through the Arkansas Oznrks. Selections for the tour will be niade on a choice Ilrst-come, first-served basis and reservations will" be confirmed promptly. The tour will be in a luxurious scenic-cruiser type bus which will leave Blytheville at 8:30 a.m. on November 23 and return on November 24. We pay your travel fare and all lodging. Your only expense will be lor meals and your purchases along the way. Your tour will take you through the most scenic section of the famous Arkansas Ozark Mountains- Among thp many interesting sights in the area are famous Buffalo River. Bull Shoals dam and lake, Lake Norfolk, world's largest trout hatchery, Salem Knob. White River (famous for float fishing and Rainbow trout) a 100-year-old grist mill still In operation, a mammoth spring anri source for Spring River, frontier village and numerous caverns You'll be intriqueti by qunlnt mountain villages bearing such names as Cotter. Mountain Home, Calico Rock, Salem, Ash Plat, Pleasant Ridge and Fllppin. There Is no prettier sight in the world than the Ozarks ftt ' this time of year. Every turn in the road brings a new thrill as Mother Nature paints the leaves of her forrest family in brilliant soJashcs of brown, red, green and gold.'You'll see mile after breathtaking mfle of tree studded hills brilliantly alive with color. The 'air la filled with aroma of burning oak and hickory as wispy trails of srnoke float skyward from countless chimneys pinpointing a cabin home deep in the woods. You will spend a pare of your time at Horseshoe Bend, one , of the nation's outstanding resort/retirement/vacatlon/recreatlon areas now under development. You will enjoy, free of charge, many of our modern recreational facilities. You'll be given a complete tour of Horseshoe Bend • properties at which time you will learn all about our unqlue private club membership plan which includes privilege of land purchase. While the free vacation la a part of our program to sell property, you will be under no obligation to buy, nor will Horseshoe Bend be under obligation to cell. Hemember, selections for the tour will be made on a choice first-come, first-served baslsi Fill out and mall the coupon TODAY to HORSESHOE DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, Franklin, Arkansas. • Name , , J Wife's Name • Address * • I City State ... • Phone Wo ZIP , '*••••••••••••••••••••*•••••••••••••••€••• The Is Sponsoring An OLD TIME "SONG FEST" SATURDAY NITE, NOVEMBER lift a! 7:30 P.M. Featuring The Which Consists of Debbie Kennon Dee Owen Jcinell Rcutzcl Also included in the program with the Harmonairs of Cape Girardeau, Missouri will be The Ross Sisters, The Yarbro Trio, The Hancock Family, Kyle and Barbara Lollar and Mrs. Alvin Jackson. The Song Fest Will Be Climaxed by a Short Gospel Message BY SID ROBINSON Of Tampa, Florida Mr. Robinson was formerly an automobile race driver. Ha lias a gospel tract published giving his testimony, which he calls "From the Helmet to the Pulpit." Bro. Don Owen and Kyle Lollar, will be in charge of the musical part of the services. Sunday Services with Mr. Robinson Monday Services with Mr. Robinson Tuesday Services with Mr. Robinson 2:15p.m. 7:15 p.m. 7:15 p.m.

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