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Ptgi Two — Blythivfflt (Ark.) Courier flew»»- Saturday, March 1, 19W IBJ Witnesses Galaxy Unveiling By KATHRYN JOHNSON Associated Press Writer MARIETTA, Ga. (AP) President Johnson witnesses the unveiling today of Hie Air Force's C5A G a I a x y —t h c world's largest airplane. The Galaxy stretches from nose io tail the length of a 21- story building. Air Force Secretary Harold Brown addresses Hie more than 30,000 persons expected at the la (ail that stands 65 fed off the l ground— as high as a six-story • building. Its gross weight is 382 Estredge of Memnius, and Leon tons. It can be down by a crew ol five. H. R. Estridge H, R. Estredge. 6fi, a rclired | farmer, died Thursday in Avon j Park, Fla. ; He was x long time resident j of Blytheville and hfld moved lo' Florida in recent months. He was a member ot the Linda Street Church of God. He leaves four sons, Howard Eslrcdge and Clayton Estredge, both of Avon Park, Russell Eslrcdge of Hobhs, New Mex.; Four daughters, Mrs. Ha/ol Challenges *^ U. S. Draft Laws BOSTON (AP) - Dr. Benjamin Spock, seeking dismissal of a federal indictment against him. has filed a motion challenging the constitutionality of U.S. draft laws. Spock, the author and pediatrician, filed the motion in U.S. \V. D. Pcrrcaull, program | Kuykendall of Blylheville, Mrs. j District Court Friday. He, Wil- manager lor Lockheed's hoped-!.'can J3ray_of Andrews, Tex., i ]jam Sloane Coffin Jr., Yale for commercial Galaxy—the 1,500—told newsmen the aircraft would be capable of carrying W passengers in commercial use. "At (he present lime, the loo in- invitations-only affair. More thought of 814 persons is than 22.000 were Lockheed- horrendous—the economics Gcdfrgia employes, who were is-! volvcd are beyond comprehen sued two tickets each to the cer-i sion." Perrau.lt said. "U would emonies. Mrs. Brown unveils be used for this more in the the-Galaxy name, printed on the 1980s than the '70s. It's just not side'ol the huge plane. economically feasible at this T# give some idea of the mon-: time." umental size and capacity of the j When all 58 Galaxies of the Galaxy, H. Lea Poore, vice ] current Air Force contract with president of Lockheed-Georgia,! Lockheed are complete—by 1971 said, that had the Air Force had j at a cost of $1.8 billion—the U.S. theplane during the Berlin Air- j airlift capacity will be 10 times lift, : the entire mission could i that of 1961. have been completed in 10' The craft will not he lest flights. flown until June of this year and f}ie Galaxy is 246 feet long,! is expected to enter operational has a wing span of 223 feet and I service in June 1969. Mrs. Ruth Dodson of Memphis, and Mrs. Doris Taylor of Cullman, Ala.; Two sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Allen of Phonnix, Ariz., and Mrs. Elizabeth Hclmr of Melbourne, Fla.; Twenty-one grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 3:30 p.m. Sunday in the Linda Street Church of God, Hev. M. P. Wilhite officiating. Burial will be In Ml. Zion Cemetery in Steele, Cobb Funeral Home in charge. University chaplain, and three others were indicted Jan. 5. All have pleaded innocent to charges of conspiring to counsel youths to avoid the draft, ff convicted, they could be sentenced to five years in prison and fined $10,000. Spock, through attorney Leonard B. Boudin, filed a deposition from Richard A. Falk, a professor at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and faculty associate of the Center of fnterna- tt'addell, Calvin Peterson, Horn er Kuykendall, Charles Allen Everett Lott, and Donnie Gil more. Spinal Injury May Cause Baby Deaths CHICAGO (AP) - A Boslon University pathologist says spinal,;injury during or after birth may be the unknown cause of thousands of sudden unexpected infant deaths. fiie Public Health Service es- tiriiates thai 12,000 lo 25,000 such deaths occur in lhe Uniled States every year. In most cases, apparently normal babies are found dead in their cribs. Although autopsies attribute neck are subject to sudden nam, England, France, Belgium and Ilaly. Included are writers, journalists, photographers, lawyers, physicians, professors and a film director. Spock charged that the Universal Military Training and Service Act violates article one and the first, fifth, ninth and thirteenth amendments to the U.S. Constitution. ACTION (Conlinued from page one) "Why are there no signs telling where the two city hospitals are? An ambulance from Missouri recently had difficulty finding one of Blytheville's. hospitals." — Anonymous, City I GERALBINE LI5TON. Clerk. By BETTY COATS, D. C. Gardner & Steinsiek, Attorney. Leon Burrow, Ally Ad Litem 2-17, 24, 3-2, 9 WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS ! Federal National Mortgage As- Glven this l!th day »f Fibre- ary, 1963. Board of Directors of Leachville School District No. 40 of Mississippi County. Ark. By W. \V. Taylor, President. By Jimmie Kennett, Secretary. 2-17, 24 3-2 A spokesman for one of thej sociation and Jame s Terry, trus- cilys ambulance services said ... -,,_,..,:„. Pallbearers wjll be James llonal studies at Princelon Uni . versity. lioudin said Falk would be a principal witness for the de-1 fense. Spock also asked permission to take depositions from 25 persons in North and South Viet- Annie Lucas Services for Mrs. Annie P. Lucas, 84, who died Sunday, will be conducted at noon tomorrow at the Church of Christ on South Lilly with Mr. Tom Gardner officiating. There were no members of the immediate family. Burial will be in New Hope Cemetery, Home Funeral Home in charge. Mrs. Lollar Dies Here ... i Mrs. Ethel K. Lollar, 71, died or Oregon where such drive* | Tnursclay at chickasawba hos- (Continued from !*age One) Rockefeller discounted in advance the effects of write-in drives for him. He said he will not visit either New Hampshire are under way. Rockefeller said there isn't time left to do anything effective in New Hampshire's March pital. strain and injury," he said. "In| 12 primary. As for the May 28 the young infant, the head is large and heavy, making up approximately one fourth of the body weight. "Structurally, the young. Infant is top heavy; the infant's head, in proportion to body weight, is four times as heavy as that of the adult. From these considerations emerges a prospective basis for the pnthogcne- such deaths to pneumonia, In-1 sis of spinal injury in young infection, suffocation and other .faiils; with the heavy head piv- coliciitions, the underlying cause' otcd atop the frail weak cervi- is:bbscure. cal spine, the small infant is l:i a speech Friday to the American Association of Palhol- ; said. ogists and Bacteriologists, Dr. Abraham Towbin said thai spi- nnl structures are not routinely examined in infant autopsies. He told the group that after examining the spinal structures of.'all infants on which he performed autopsies last year, lie found evidence of spinal injury in!'seven of eight cases of unexplained crib deaths. He said the injury look the form of hemor-i"', 1 " , have lhe following sti rhage around the spinal cord. ' " lp durm « Milrch: He explained that spinal hem- | ° s f c . ola ~ March orrhagc is not fatal in itself hut ! 2 '. )f . fit 9:3 ° a ' m that suppression of the cord's °" lce - Oregon primary, he said would not be meaningful because Nixon would be the only major candidate entered there. Campaigning in New Hampshire, Nixon said: "If Rockefeller doesn't enter the primaries he will not be nominated and I will be. No one is going to he drafted for this nomination. No one is going to back in." The. former vice president also made a quick visit to Washington, where he said — despite , ... „. . „ , Rockefeller's announced inten- vulnerable to self-mjury," he (|on nol ,„ cam|)a ig n , here _that | the New Hampshire primary will be an important lest of the governor's strength. Although predicting victory for himself, Nixon estimated Rockefeller could get up 40 per cent of the vole. Rockefeller said he is not going out to build any national organization. But. he invited supporters to do this in his behalf by saying; "If Ihere is a group that feels strongly about the situation and ARS Sets Schedule Arkansas Rehabilitation Service (ARS) Counselors Harold E. Thomas and James L. Beard :hed- "' and vital functions causes fatal paralysis of respiration. "Manifestly, not only during delivery, but also after birth, the vertebral structures of the at the Welfare | wan |,5 to go out and organize, i then 1 think that's part of a Luxora - March 4. 11 and draft effort." Rockefeller said he will start Snowdon Snows Em By RONALD THOMSON Associated Press Writer 2!i from 1 p.m. to ,'f p.m., neighborhood Service Center. dntining his positions on nation- Wilson - March 7, M and 28! «l issues in speeches, some of from 10 a.m. to 12 noon, Neigh-; them outside his state. These borhood Service Center. ! will include the Vietnam issue, Dyess -. March 7 and 28 from j on which he has been silent for 1 p.m. lo 3 p.m., Neighborhood months. Service Center. He will have an opportunity to Joiner - March 14 from liair his views in cross-country p.m. to 3 p.m., Neighborhood platform hearings (o be held by Service Center. Manila - March 7, 14, 21 and 2R from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Health Unit. Leachville - March 7, », 21 the Republican Governors ciation beginning in Seallle, Wash., late this month. Rockefeller stressed in a statement to a GOP governors caucus that met informally in - , n _ r CaUCUJi nidi meL IIIIU1 many ill .LONDON (AP, Even Car- and 8 from , ^m to 4 p in ' hinglon befo ,, ^ Nationa , naby Street was taken aback today by Lord Snowdon's latest fashion fancy—a vivid, striped j suit tbat made him look like R regency dandy with accents from the era of Bonnie and Clyde. . For every designer who said "smashing." Ihere was one to mutter "shocking." ...One called the suit a nightmare bul kinder souls said Snowdon certainly was a .. .well, snappy dresser. i Princess Margaret's 37-year-1 old husband was turned out in ; his symphony in stripes at at lhe Neighborhood Service Center. Both Thomas and Beard work from the Blytheville AHS office, 301 -.B North First. Their office is open daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Bond Sales At 21.5 Percent Mississippi County ported $86.584 in U. has S. ings Bond sales since January, according to Joe Hornberger, county chairman. The figure represents percent of the county's $401,000 goal, he said. Heathrow Airport Friday when the royal couple flew out for a vacation on the Carribcan isle of Barbados. The oulfil consisled of a tight-waisted, knee-length brown frock coat with broad gflngster-style white stripes running up through a "highwayman's collar." Trousers of CHICAGO (AP) — Mrs. courte matched. And under the j cille Stewart enjoys keeping Some Phone Bill Governors Conference wound up that he thinks the party wants a nominee "who can get enough independent and Democratic votes to get elected." He left no doubt in subsequent remarks he thinks he is that man and doesn't believe Nixon can fill the bill. Rockefeller made this statement after it became obvious Uhat a move lo have moderate Republican governors join in 'publicly urging him to get into • the race had collapsed. Gov. John H. Chafee of Rhode Island, a Rockefeller backer who heads the Republican Governors Association, said the gov. ernors will be talking with each other on the phone but be doubts they will meet again until June in Tulsa, Okla. The expectallon is that if Rockefeller is feeling by then, as he put it, a "natural and gen- Lu-;iiine and meaningful" draft, an in effort will be made to get as re Sav. native of Alabama, she moved here in 1925. She leaves her husband, W. T. Lollar, Gosnell; Four sons, J. B. Lollar, Gosnell, Lomax Lollar, Kankakee, III., Thomas Lollar, Blytheville, Kyle Lollar, Sleele; Six daughters, Mrs. Clyde Durtis, Mrs. Woodrow Sigman, Mrs. Earl Sigman, all of Bly- thcville, Mrs. H. T. Brown, Mrs. Don Hodge, both of Florida, and Mrs. James Minyard, St. Louis; Three brothers, Bud and Joe Kilgore, St. Louis, Noah Kilgore, Alabama; Five s i s I e r s, Mrs. Ernest Thornton, Burdette, Mrs. Loubelle Ford, Mrs. Ollie James, both of Qulin, Mo., Mrs. Bert Hardesty, Huffman, Mrs. Audrey Boguskey, Detroit; Twenty - seven grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Services were conducted at 2 p.m. today at Howard Funeral Service chapel by Rev. Curtis Bryant, assisted by Rev. Paul Kirkindall and Rev. Jim McCrary. Burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery with grandsons of Mrs. Lollar serving as pallbear- M'S. 21.5 W. B. Mayo Dies; Rites Are Sunday W. B. Mayo, 69, retired nira letter carrier, died Thursday night at Baptist Hospital in Memphis. A native of Dyer County, Tenn., he moved to Blytheville in 1911. He. was amemberof Lake Street Methodist Church where he was an honorary steward. He was a member of Woodmen of the World. Services will be at 2 p. rn. tomorrow a t. Cobb Funeral Home chapel with Rev. E. H. Hall and Rev. Arvis Lawson officiating. Mr. Mayo leaves his w i f e, Mrs. Lillian Mayo; A son. Bill Mayo, Memphis; Two brothers, Floyd Mayo, Vallejo, Calif., and Colin Mayo, Little Rock; And a sister, Mrs. L. I. Richardson, Blytheville. Pallbearers will be Hugh Hudson, Earl McGregor, Carson Alley, Johnny Buchanan, Jim Weidman and Perry Rothrock, Jr. Set At Mission Margaret and Neal Suddard will join Rev. Paul Stockmeir in special services at 2:15 p.m. tomorrow at Mississippi County Union Mission. Rev. Stockmeir is pastor of First Baptist Church in Wilson and will bring the pulpit message. The Suddards, the Hancock Family and others will present the musical program. The service is open to t h e public. DAVIS (Continued from Page One) There has not been a formal unveiling of the new sculpture, but there are tentative plans to hold a rededication ceremon at a later dale. Davis, who returned to Ma nila following the war, died i the Mid-1920's and is buried a the monument site. General John J. Pershing commander of the America forces during World War I, sing led Davis out as one of the fou most decorated men in tha war. ' , Davis himself was quite moc est about his exploits accort ing to those who knew him an il is said that he kept the var lous medals which he was a warded in his fishing tackl DOX and rarely discussed hi outstanding war record. that in an emergency case an ambulance does not travel to a hospital outside the ambulance driver's immediate area. "If it's an emergency, you'd go to one of the nearest hospitals which would be one with which you are.familiar. "If you're going to St. Louis, for example, the patient would be prepared for the trip and the few minutes it would take to stop and ask directions wouldn't do any harm. "It would be NICE to have signs, but I can think of many more worthwhile things the city can do with its money." tee, Plaintiffs vs.- Wayne I. Cales, Gates, Defendants. The defendants, Gates and Louise No. 17529 and Louise Wayne I. .Gates, are hereby warned to appear, within thirty. days in the court named in the caption hereof . and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Federal National Mortgage Association and James Terry, Trustee. Dated this 15th day of Febru- | ary, 1968, at 11:00 o'clock A.M. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk. WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Raymond Dudley, Plaintiff vs. No. 17530 Unknown Heirs of Will E. Dudley, et-al, Defendants. NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI ! COUNTY, ARKANSAS ! IN THE MATTER ''••':. OF THE ESTATE OF PROBATE NO. M40 < MARY SUE WARREN •'-",' JOHNSON \ Last known address of decedent: 1042 West Main, . ' Blytheville, Ark. . . •'•; Date of death: " . ' "• t February 14, 1968. An instrument-dated April 9, '\ 1959, was on the 1st day .of. "• March 1968 admitted to probate 4; By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. Ralph E. Wilson, Attorney D. Fred Taylor Jr., Atty Ad Litem. NOTICE Annual Election in Leachville School District No. 40 of Mississippi County, Arkansas. Notice is hereby given that the annual school election for the year 1968 will be held in Leach- The defendants, Un known'ville School District No. 40 of Heirs of Will E. Dudley; Un-1 Mississippi County, on Tuesday, known Heirs of Grace Dudley St. Clair; are hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the .complaint of the plaintiff, Raymond Dudley. Dated this 15th day of February, 1968, at 4:00 o'clock P.M. SEAL March 12, 1968, for the purpose of voting on school taxes and on such other measures as may properly be Submitted at said election. The polls will be open at 8:00 A.M. and close at 7:30 P.M. at the following place: Leachville City Hall as the last Will of the above named decedent, and the Undersigned has. been appointed Executor. A contest of the probate' 2-17 24 3-2 fll 0 ^ the "'^ can k* sffected only '_ ' ' I by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against,the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or ttiey shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published th». 2nd day of March, 1968. ... .: I. R. JOHNSON, M.D., '. • Executor. Reid, Surge & Prevallet, Attys. V 417 North Broadway . ..: Blytheville, Arkansas S-2, I coat was a green and orange ; touch with her son in Vietnam. | many as possible GOP state stripad shirt. "Wham!" said London's Daily Sketch. "The outfit hit passen Her February phone bill was j eciilives on the line for him at $902. "Golly," said Mrs. Stewart, gers straight between the eyes." i "he must have talked close to ..'. Fashion writer Hardy Clarke I three or four hours. He talked called It "the most daring outfit J/ird Snowdoo has ever worn in public." ;:"None of the men'* boutiques In Carnaby Street, where Snowdon 1 often buys clothes, would with me and the kids and we played the latest records over the telephone." Her son, Clendon. 20, five times in three days while Pfc. Earl Me- called her collect that. time. Weather admit to (tiling him tht iu.il I on leavt in Maliysii. Yral«dny'« hleh — tt Ovtrnlgiit low — 37 . Prufllpltntlon pravloui 24 hour* (W 7 a.m. today) — none rreclpitiulon Jan. 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