The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 13, 1967 · Page 7
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Wyfli»vfll» '(Ark.)' Courier flews - Monday, fToveniber 13, Daily Record Weather U. S Weather Bureau Agricultural Service Reiser, Ark. General Weather Features — Cool air penetrated the north half of Arkansas during the night but the frontal system will become stationary over south Arkansas and remain quite weak. A dry and cool week is expected. Cotton Harvest Outlook for Tuesday—Partly cloudy skies, mild temperatures and no rain will make for a good harvest day Tuesday. The main prob- Markets LBJ Open High Low Last Chicago Wheat Dec. 146% 147V4 146% U6 3 ,i Mar. 153 153 152ft 152% July 155% 155% 155 155V4 Chicago Soybeans Nov. 264Vz 2647s 264 26434 Jan. 268 268^ 267% 268% Mar. 272% 272% 271% 272Mi New York Stocks Texas OS 128'A Chrysler 53V4 RCA, AT & T Dow 39 7 /l 50ft 82% lem will still be field moisture i Xerox 275% L. L. Murphy Lonnie Lee Murphy, 67, died at Chickasawba Hospital yesterday after a long illness. He was a retired farmer and was had lived in Arhyrd, Mo., most of his life. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Lena Murphy; A son, Granvil Murphy of Ar- (Conlinucd from Page One) of "Peace! Peace!" ;. Dr. Lewis later was asked by newsmen if he felt the American position in Vietnam \vrong. . "I don't know," he said. "I would have to know more than I do now." Dr. Lewis began bis Sermon by noting the President was sitting in a pew once used by Gerge Wshington and ttiat IhsiCossey of Compton, Calif., Mrs George Washington and that the i Florence Willyerd of Leaehville Bible used for the reading of the I* 5 - Brenda Laffoon of Tru- VIETNAM (Continued tram rige One) The eight-engine Stratofor- tresses raided suspected enemy positions near the demilitarized ... .... ,, .zone Sunday night and today, Services will be HI Hie New , hming arcas two and n i ne miles Providence Baptist Church m ! north ot the U-S . Marine ou tposl Buckeye, Ark., at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Rev. Day Tweed official- of Ecotisvlfle, Ark., mi Rufus Murphy ol Fort Smith; Three sisters, Mrs. Dora Mae Brown, Miss Barbara Murphy and Miss Annabel! Murphy, ail of Fort Smith; And 11 grandchildren. at Con Thien. bushed while en route to a con-1 been only light, scattered action crete bridge the Viet Cong had'in the operation, named Oscco- mincd. Two other companies of | la. The Marines reported killing militiamen backed by two ar- 27 Communist troops, detaining mored cars also were ambushed J 47 suspects and capturing 19 when they moved up lo rein- weapons and V> tons of rice. Mil- force the others. \ rine casualties have been It . Headquarters said govern-i dead and 70 wounded. "" mcnt casualties were heavy,! South Korea's Tiger Division " and three Viet Cong also were i reported its men have killed ?«"'• reported killed. |North Vietnamese regulars arid.-' Four daughters, Mrs. Billy ineral Service in charge. ing. Burial will be in the Box a base camp of the U-S _ 2 5lh In- Elder Cemetery, Howard Fu- f antry Division 74 miles norlh- , \j\ni iiircui i • "i— •— — i . i Elsewhere in the ground war,| U.S headquarters took the se-jcaptured 23 prisoners in a week'/' morning lessons was given to the parish by King Henry VII of England. mann, Ark., and Mrs. Virginia Jones of Hornersville, Mo.; Two brothers, John Murphy i Licking rivers. Zanesville, Ohio, is noted for fire Sunda y Americans. } ea st of Saigon was hit by 110 i rounds' of Communist mortar curity wraps off'a 25-day-oId i of fighting near the coast about, multibattalion Marine search j 300 miles northeast of Saigon ,. and destroy operation around! Korean casualties were to. luangTri City 22 miles south of | scribed as h g ht m lhe contln ' wounding 33'the demilitarized zone. The operation is aimed at taking pres- uing operation. A spokesman said the fighting- its Y-shaped bridge over the, Forty miles away> „ pi atoon i sure O ff the northernmost pro- has occurred on the Co Boi plain-• junction of the Muskingum and! O f South Vietnamese militiamen vincial capital area. | about 15 miles north of Qul- I and civilian engineers were am- A spokesman said there has'Nhon, a rich rice area. .,-,.., conditions and some fields in the central and north delta will still be too wet for mechanical harvesting. General Farming Activity — Soil moisture adequate ,in most of the delta for good small grain growth. Tempo of all outside activities will be conditioned by localized field moisture condtions. Five-Day Forecast — Tuesday through Saturday — Temperatures will average . six to 10 degrees below normal with continued cool dry trend through the week. Normal highs 57 to 63. Normal lows 34 to 41. Little precipitation of significance expected during the week. Sunday's low—55 Saturday's high—68 yesterday's high—75 Overnight low—47 precipitation Jan. 1 to date—39.24 Sunset today—4:57 Sunrise tomorrow—6 ; 32 This Date a Year Ago Yesterday's hien—59 Overnight low—37 Precipitation Jan. 1 te date—42.35 GM .............. ........ 81-Ys Pan Americ .............. 24% Ford ..................... 50'/4 W'house .................. 71'/i US Steel .................. 41% Curtis Pub ................. 12% Comsat .................... 47 Amer. Motors ............ HVs 56V 4 . 103 Sears Gen. Elect Beth. Steel 32% Reynolds Tob 39'/8 Holiday Inn 46 Ark-La 36V 4 Ark-Mo (Bid) 11 Divco-Wayne 46% E. L. Young OSCEOLA - Erskin Lowell Young, retired American Greetings employe, died at his home _ suddenly Saturday night. He Weekend precipitation (to 7 a.m. , „ .„ today)—none _ W3S 58. , Born in Itawamba County, Miss., he had lived in Osceola most of his life. 'He was a Methodist and a Mason. Services will be 10 a.m tomorrow at the Osceola Methodist Church, Rev. Joseph E. Taylor officiating. Burial will be in Mississippi County Memorial Gardens under the direction of Traffic Accidents Vehicles operated by A. J. Rodgers, 69, ol 104 East Main and Elvie Wallis, 50, of 70A Chickasaw Courts, collided on Ruddle Road and Cherry at 4:37 p.m. Sunday. No injuries were reported and Wallis was ticketed for failing to yield right-of-way. Swift Funeral Home. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Ruth Young; His parents, Mr. and Mrs Dave Young of Osceola; A daughter, Mrs. Sue Walker Charges of driving while i, ***£*£<£« Young r^M,^ ST* v ° ung - both ° f ° s er's license were filed against • . , James McKeever, 35, of 111 j lhree Slsters ' Mrs " Lois Rob " East Mathis after an auto he' was driving ran into a parked automobile belonging to Sammie Jones of 1700 Stuart on West Ash near Fifth Street at 11:45 p.m. Saturday. No injuries were reported. Four automobiles were damaged in a chain - reaction accident which occurred near the intersection of West Main and llth Street at 11:30 a.m Saturday. Involved were vehicles driven by . Joann Fletcher, 37, of Eagle Rock, Mo.; Oscar Roberson, 36, of 1019 Ruddle Road; Dorris Smith, 32, of 1312 Julia; and Jimmie Birmingham, 20, of 321 South Lake. No one was injured and Birmingham was charged with following too closely. Margaret Degues, all of Osceola. And two grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Tommy Boyles, Don Watson, Robert Richards, Buck Phillips, J. E. Phillips, Charles Cannon. Services By GOBB FUNERAL HOME INTEGRITY W. A. (UNCLE WILLIE) MAUGHAN, 2 p.m. Tuesday, Cobb chapel. W. A. Maughan W. A. (Uncle Willie) Maughan 86, of Osceola died yesterday morning in the Memphis Baptist Hospital. He was a retired farmer. Born in Tate County, Miss., he moved to Mississippi County in 1925. He was a member of the Church of Christ. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Georgia Maughan; Two sons, W. C. Maughan of St. Louis and B. F. Maughan of Osceola; A brother, Vernon Maughan of Memphis; Two grandchildren and three great - grandchildren. Services will be Tuesday at 2 p!m in Cobb Funeral Home chapel, Harold Trimble officiating. Burial will be in Dogwood Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Ronnie Mahan, Durward Mahan, Mike Owens, Charles Statler, John McHaffey and R. D Nash LEVEE TAXES DELINQUENT DEC. 1ST PAY NOW AND SAVE HEAVY PENALTIES I will be in Blytheville, Nov. 13th thru Nov. 18th at 801 Robindale. Osceola, Nov. 20th thru Nov. 24th at Courthouse . l Blytheville, Nov. 27th thru Nov. 30th at 801 Robindale I will not be in Leaehville or Manila this year. Pay by mail and save time. Mail your check ( with exchange) or money order (without exchange) together with your statement to: CHARLES HINDMAN Box 241 — Blythe?ill«, Ark. 72315 Shop These Early-Week Specials at Safeway . . and SAVE! Skylark Rolls Brown and Serve, Fresh! l?.-Ct. 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