The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 14, 1967 · Page 3
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Blythevlfle (Ark.) Courier News - Tuesday, November 14,1S6T- Page Thre« ACS Memoria The following list of memorial contributions recently was received from the. local chapter of the American Cancer Society. Contributions may be sent to Mrs. Frank Harsnman, memorial chairman, at 1800 Westgate Lane in BIytheville. Information may be obtained by phoning PO j-trfrt. In memory of Jack O'Keefe: Mr. and Mrs. Max B. Harrison. In memory, of J. C. Ellis Sr.: Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halsell, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wagnon and son, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fendler, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Black; n d and M ' Mr. and Mrs W. R. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cohen, Mr. and Mrs Eric Bol- I lard, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenthal, Mrs. Ada W. Walls; Mr. and Mrs. Broil Poe, Kelton Francis, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Day, Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Little Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John Caudill and family; Miss Lurlene Welch, Mrs. Louise Jackson, Mrs. Etta Crosth 'wait, Mr. and Mrs. Harol Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tune and Ryall; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harshman, Mr. and Mrs. Barney I Crook, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Por- Meyer. In. memory 'of Mrs. R B Slout; Mr. and Mrs. J W Meyer. In memory on Mrs. C. E. Wilson; Mr. and Mrs. J W. Meyer In memory of Mrs. H C Holder; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Meyer. In memory of Reynolds Meyer; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ros- | enthal. Hay's Lhv r. and Mrs. Mary Em Reed, Mr, Hi) ,. ROLLING (?) ALONG—Having their ups and downs at Walker Park Roller Drome are several members of the physical education class of BIytheville Junior High School Coach Jack Goodman. With the cooperation of C. C. Dulaney, school principal, and Wallace Smith, Drome operator, the boys worked, out several days per week. Instruction is provided by Mrs. Buddy Joe Layton (right). Smith provides the boys free admission to the rink. (Courier News Photo) . . Miss May Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. iunt Maddox; News Briefs SWANSEA, Mass. (AP) - A wives to have husbands released from service, he decided to investigate. He found that the wife in question is a lieutenant in the ex- uiTnuu^ji*, i,i—~. v.~ , iquesuon is a lieutenant, HI teen-ager looking for specimens, A Nurses Corps _ and is for biology class has found tnej .. her first chjld tooth of a shark that lived about ,, gince pregnant lieutenants 20 million years ago. J are uncommon in the Army, "I thought at first it was just . . { anficipate any difticu i a rock, and I walked on a few feet, then I walked back," The boy found the fossilized tooth on Swansea's South Beach. A family friend, Steve Cogswell Narragansett, R.I, federal marine laboratory research statistician, says that analysis of the tooth indicates it came from a giant prehistoric shark that roamed the seas once covering Swansea and much of the East coast. The fish, Carcharadon Poly- gurus, grew to 40 feet, Cogswell says, adding that only one other specimen of tooth so big has beepjreported. PATERSON, N.J (AP) Rep. Charles S. Joelson,' D-N.J, said he was a bit mystified when a constituent asked for help in having his wife discharged from the Army. Recalling that he had received numerous requests from do not anticipate any difficulty in having the request granted," the congressman concluded. LOS ANGELES (AP) - The Los Angeles City Council has as- Close Call for Six ISSAQUAH, Wash. (AP) Gas almost killed a 14-year-old Issaquah boy and five others who tried to rescue him from an old coal mine shaft Sunday. A neighbor noticed the youth, Mike O'Neal, lying unconscious inside a shaft that had been uncovered at a housing development. Virgil Nickel and his 14-year- old son, Virgil Jr., who live across the street, climbed in to help young O'Neal. Police Patrolman Frank Perker, police Sgt. 0 Raymonc Febus and an unidentified fireman were next. All were over come by a deadly gas often found in coal mines. Other firemen finally rescued all six. "I guess I'm pretty tacky,' said the O'Neal boy. ured a downtown Christmas tree this year. After twice refusing to appropriate $5,000 to put up and decorate the tree, the council reversed itself. The city's money will be matched by $5,0000 raised by the businessmen's association for the tree in Pershing Square. CONWAY, Ark. (AP) - Richard Cummings, 53, a farmer, found a 23-inch, stainless steel spheroid recently that 'has the Air Force, the Weather Bureau and the state Civil Defense agency puzzled. Engraved on the silvery object in an area the size of a dime are the words "Inspected by 2TSL." A "string" protruding from a small hole apparently is attached to a spring inside the object. Cummings, who found the spheroid in a wooded area 10 miles north of here, says it's so shiny "you can see it 20 miles away." No one has been able to tell him what the object is or where it came from. ' . _ ' . „ Mr. and Mrs Utho Barnes, In memory of G. Hershel I > and Mrs Herbert JoneS| ""•• ", "',, « ^-.iur. ana Mrs Herbert Jones, DeLong: Pisgah Methodist' j R MalT| Mr and Mrs Church. | Lynn Hughes, Mel and Eddie, In memory of Mrs. Bob Lee MV. and Mrs. James Avis; Smith: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Black J[r. and Mrs. Hildred Bunch, In memory of Mrs. Earl Henderson; Mr. and Mrs. Utho.. Barnes. In memory of Charles Lemen: Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Hale. In memory of George Pollock: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Meyer. In memory of J. N Howt: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Meyer. '"•- . and Brs. Melvin Hal- Susan, Mr! and Mrs. ginson, Mr. and Mrs. J Heater Plug-In Price Going Up FAIRBANKS, Alaska.(AP) There's a different twist to the campus parking .problem at the University of Alaska. It's the price and priority for headbolt heaters. In this central Alaska city where it sometimes goes down to 60 below, the automobile engine heater that plugs into a parking-meter-Hke device is as necessary as earmuffs. The university announced this eek that all 580 headbolt heats on the campus would be as- gned by Nov. 15. And the price going up, from $3 monthly st year to a proposed $10 onthly. Q— How many Harvard gradates have become U.S. presi- ents? A— John F. Kennedy was the fth president to graduate from arvard. Other Harvard gradates who became chief execu- ves were John Adams, John luincy Adams, Theodore Roose- elt and Franklin D. Roosevelt. Q— Who is the only U.S. pres- dent buried in Washington, D.C.? A— Woodrow Wilson, interred Feb. 5, 1924, in the National Cathedral. Q— Which is the world's most lopulous city? A— Tokyo, Japan, with over 1 million people. Q— What is the actual shape f the moon's orbit? A— Like every orbit in space, t is an ellipse. The eccentricity f this ellipse is, on the aver- ge, one part in 18. DRIVE IS ON—"Operation Merry Christmas" is underway at BIytheville Air Force Base. Airman 1. C. Douglas M. Smith (left) and Sgt. Edward L. Fenwick are doing their part In the project, repairing donated used toys to be distributed to underprivileged children whose parents are connected with the military. (USAF Photo) Here's why Wide-Tracking is catching on as the great American sport The Great One by Pontiac CARLOCK PONTIAC CO. STH & WALNUT, BLYTHEVILLE QUICK QUIZ No Booze Please Till Sunday DALLAS, Tex. (AP) - Ride no'.v. Drink later. That's the advice the Dallas Transit System is offering to fans who "have started making traveling bars out of special chartered buses to the Dallas ! Cowboys football games. j Texas liquor control board | .' agents arrested nine persons | aboard two of the 90 city buses j chartered by Dallas Cowboy jfans for the trip to the Cotton | Bowl and charged them with violating a Texas law which pro- i hibits drinking in a public place before 1 p.m. on Sundays. Saying tdat drivers can't both drive buses and enforce liquor laws at the same time, the transit system has urged passengers to stay off the hard liquor—at least until early Sunday afternoon. S4-Piece STAINLESS tl«w ys-ysBflap^qy *vi- rElEGANTSERVmC , PIECES! " JUST SAY "CHARGE IT" OPEN AN ACCOUNT IS ALL ASPIRIN THE SAME? We don't know how carefully cheap aspirin tablets are made. But we do know St. Joseph Aspirin goes through over 100 quality tests to make sure its purity is the best you can buy. We believe the extra care we take- takes extra care of you. Take care of yourself. Take St. Joseph Aspirin. mwm. ROGERS * SILV'ERPIATE makes a lovely gift!, THE Petite Trays! OPEN AN ACCOUNT Dse for hors fl'oeuvresl, breafl & butter plate and dessert plate. A delightful »Ut.

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