The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 6, 1968 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 6, 1968
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Pagi Two - BIythevlIlt (Ark.) Courier News - Saturday, April 9, 1M» RIOT gjffiagff; '' y ^ f ST'tfif^fS^Sfr\ •* .,:•.• !»BEffilei^»34™^aJS*wBCK-..}.*-•»•. --vwasiie-wm^wow*™"*-*. - , WINDS may blow, but on with the show and Mary Rinowski kept right on playing the piccolo for a Palatine, 111., high school band. (Continued from P.-;r One) the second phase in the fight by Negroes for equal rights. He said: his Montgomery bus boy- coftMn 1955 started the first phase, the fight for desegregation^ and that the garbage collectors were now engaged in the battle for economic equality. The bullet that killed King came from a communal bathroom in a flophouse behind the motel. Police were looking for the rnan who had checked into the place, paying for his $8.50 a week room with a crisp $20 bill. Bessie Brewer, manager of the grooming house, told police the man gave his name as John Willard. "He was a clean, neat man," about six feet tall, she said, Charlie Q. Stephens, who had the room between that taken by WiUard and the bathroom, described the man as "clean shaven"-and that he had a "long, sharp nose. He had normal eyes and_a .square chin, thick hair at theTront and receded on each side.' Services for Raymond Evans, 67. retired farmer, will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Cobb Funeral Home chapel with burial in Elmwood Cemetery. Mr..Evans died yesterday in Bolinas, Calif. He had lived here most of his lite until about 20 years ago when he moved to California. He leaves four brothers, Bud Walker, Joiner, Earl and W.H. Walker, Blytheville, and Chuck Walker, Long Beach, Calif.; Four sisters, Lillian, Thelma and Florence, all of California, and Mrs. Mabel Wallace of Blytheville. Pallbearers will be Raymond Hodge, Lealon Hodge, Erby Hodge, Fred Hodge, Barton Cathey, Henry Buck and Jake Richardson. New Scholarships BOSTON (AP) - Boston Uni versity has announced the establishment of a new professorship, and 10 new scholarships in memory of Dr. Martin Luther Sing, a 1955 alumnus of the B.U. School of Theology. R. Adkisson Funeral - services for Ray- i mond Adkisson, 26, son of Mrs. 'others said they saw the man | Gilbert Adkisson formerly o f walk away after the shot was | Blytheville, will be held tomor. (Continued from Page One) ay, Rockefeller's press aids. The shooting began about 11:15 p.m., Donham said. Brig. Gen. Dan Walker is in command of the National Guard troops, Lubotsky said 10 of the 20 motel rooms damaged by fire were occupied when the fire broke out about 1:50 p.m., but there were no injuries. He said that after a womati notified the motel switchboard operator that "something has happened," he went to the back wing of the 184-unit facility and found it "a flaming inferno." Lubotsky, wearing a .38-cali ber pistol on his hip, said, "1 don't know who did it and I don't know why it was done. Any time an individual walks through that front door, he can get a room here if there is a vacancy, or he can eat at our restaurant." Firemen said the blaze apparently started from, firebombs. They said one firebomb that did not ignite was founc in a room in another wing o: the motel adjacent to the damaged section. Newell Lash of Cedar Rapids Iowa, who was staying in a room across from those burned said he and his wife were play ing cards when they heard a thump at the units across the way. He said a few minutes later he smelled smoke, openet the door and saw the. fire. He said he ran. across to the wing that was in flames and began knocking on doors. ff?"' fired. Clark. who made an eight- hour visit Friday, said evidence "indicates a single individual" was involed in the assassination. "There is no evidence of a widespread plot." The investigation already has widened to several states, he said, and "will spread as far as the evidence takes us. It has al- roady spread several hundred miles from the boundaries of Tennessee now." Clark also, said that evidence row at 2 p.m. in the Shelby Funeral Home in East Prairie, Mo. He was a Vietnam veteran and died Friday in St. Louis, following a lengthy illness. Burial will be in East Prairie. Holy Week Services Set Holy Week services will be PROP WASH from this water wheel will help produce power for one of the largest hydraulic turbines of its kind in Caniida. The 150,000-horsepower AUis-Chalmcrs unit will be Installed at the Manitoba Hydro electric-generating station north of Winnipeg. Taste Testers Needed in the IlUly tYCCIV OKI Vl^tJ (TIM " W held at Lake Street Methodist j PHILADELPHIA (AP) - If case was considerably | Church, beginning at 7 p. rrtore than police "usually get in cases like this," but he refused to elaborate. •'"A number of studies of prints that may establish the identity" ot ihe sniper are being made by police and FBI agents with (he aid of the FBI laboratory in j te 1 den .';, Washington, he said. tomorrow and concluding April 12, according to the pastor, Rev. Eugene Hall. Monday through Friday, services will start at Y:30 p.m. Revivalist will be Rev. Marshall Bridwell, district superin- Daily Record Weather Yc-,tcrdav'6 huh — 56 Ovcrm-I:: low -- 32 i':eci;mrtUc'li previous 24 hours (to [-. "< - i^- dale—12.00 A nursery will be provided and the meeting is open to the public, Rev. Hall said. SHE DIDN'T ASK TO COME THERE FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) you've got a delicate taste for high spirits, and like short hours, this could be the job for you: aroma and flavor tester of alcoholic beverages. The American Society for Testing and Materials of Philadelphia is drawing up a manual for applicants. * * * ASTM—it normally prepares tests for metals, plastics, textiles, etc.—says it probably will take three years to train a panel of taste testers so they car VIETNAM (Continued from Page One) said. It was the 244th U.S. war- Jlane reported, lost in combat jver South Vietnam. Near coastal Tuy Hoa, 250 miles northeast of Saigon, a force of South Vietnamese and South Korean troops reported killing 106 Viet Cong Friday. Seven South Vietnamese were reported killed and 27 South Vietnamese and one Korean were wounded. Over North Vietnam, monsoons limited U.S. pilots to 8f missions Friday. In what appeared to be fur ther curtailment of the already limited attacks ordered by President Johnson, a U.S. spokesman said the deepest penetration was about 110 miles above the demilitarized zone, or about 30 miles below Vinh. There, : was no official confirmation that bombing limits had been tightened but no strikes north of Vinh have been reported in nearly 48 hours. Under Johnson's curtailment order, air raids had been limited to the area below the 20th parallel, 225 miles north of the DMZ. Earlier this wek, U.S. raids came within one mile of the limit. In developments on peace efforts, Japanese .Prime Minister Eisaku Sato said today he plans to send envoys to Washington and Hanoi. He said Foreign Minister Takeo Miki probably Will go to Washington to talk with President Johnson. A spokesman said Sato's government will ask the opposition Socialists to send their chairman, Seeichi Katsumata, to Hanoi. Gen. William C. Westmoreland, commander of U. S. troops- in Vietnam, was on his way to Washington for talks with Johnson in the wake of the President's move to de-escalate the war. A U.S. Embassy spokesman said Ambassador Ellsworth Bunker and three of his top aides may go to Washington too. They had been scheduled to leave today for conferences with Johnson at Honolulu but the Honolulu talks were called off by the White House after the slaying of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Soviet Premier Alexei N. Ko- sygin is cutting short a visit to Iran because of Vietnam developments ; and will return to Moscow Sunday, Soviet sources said today. A government spokesman confirmed Kosygin's plan to return but gave no reason. U.N. Secretary-General U Thant and British officials have been urging the Soviet Union to cooperate in trying to arrange Vietnam peace talks. In Canberra, Australia, more than 150 persons booed and jeered outside the U.S. Ernbas.- sy. and the home of Prime Minister John Gorton in a, demonstration against the Vietnam war. Inside Gorton's home, Secretary of State Dean Rusk met with senior Australian ministers I on President Johnson's peace bid. ARS Sets Schedule Arkansas Rehabilitation Service in Mississippi County recently announced county visits during April. MANILA April 11 and 18, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. and April 25 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m., Manila Health Center. LEACHVILLE April 11, 18 and 25, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., at the Neighborhood Service Center. , Blylheville office hours' are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily except Saturdays, Sundays .and holidays, according to James L. Beard, counselor. ' The office is at 301-B, North First. Mrs. Shores Mrs. Emma Louise Shores, 41, died at Memphis' Baptisl Hospital early Friday morning after a short illnes. She leaves her husband, S.Sgt. H. C. Shores,-Blytheville Air Force Base; Two sons, Gregory Lee. Shores and Scott Jeffry Shores, both of the home; Three daughters, Jo Elaine Shores, Tina Marlene Shores and Laura Gail Shores, all of the home; And a brother, Charles Turner of St. Charles, Mo. Services will be 3 p.m. today in Howard Funeral Service chapel, with Chaplain Roger H. Pearson officiating. Burial will je in Memorial Park Cemetery in Blytheville. Repossessed 1RONTON, Ohio (AP) - The Lawrence County sheriff's department received a telephone report Thursday night that a tombstone had been stolen from a plot in a.rural cemetery. Friday deputies learned the-cause of the disappearance. They said the monument company had repossessed it. D.S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT: Olfice of the District Director of Internal Revenue, Little Rock. Arkansas. March 6, 1968; The following described real property seized from James L. and Gladys w. Crumpler, 1013 East Washington, Jonesboro, Arkansas, under Levy issued for the nonpayment of assessed taxes due, will be sold at public auction as provided In Section 6331 of the Internal Revenue Cods of 1954. to be held at the site of the property, 523 Ash. Blytheville, Arkansas, at 10:30 A.M., April 15, 1988: Lot Six (6), Block Two (9), Blytheville Fourth (4) Addition to the City of Blytheville, Arkantas. Fred W Johnson. District Director, by Roy B. Southern, Revenue Of- than were arrested and youth. A 19-year-old The first white woman to enter | achieve "maximum effective , Kentucky did so against her I ness." j wishes. She was Mary Ingles of | And it emphasizes, soberly Virginia, captured by the In- j that no conscientious taste test ^- K '.™^"h^h-"' Ag ° I dians in'1755 and taken to Ken-|er would, let his job interfere Gvcrniclil low — 65 ! <,.«!-.. TVi-rifnr*' [with lllS W01*k Precipitation Jan. 1 to d>u - 7.34 I lUCKy IWlltOry. I" 1 "' m!> " urK - -_, KEEPING COOL in tee-packed mowing at Vladlvontoclr, submarines of the Soviet navy ~~i&jTC&gaarded, Shape of thtb bulli Indicate* (wo vewelt at right are probably drive* some 200 treated at hospitals for injuries. Michigan authorities said an 18-year-old Negro boy, a suspected looter, was accidentally shot to death in Highland Park, which is surrounded by Detroit, when a patrolman's gun went otf as police tried to search the .. „., White youth burned to death in Tallahassee when a store was firebombed. Detroit police said 213 persons were arrested between 3:30 p.m. and midnight Friday. Three persons were wounded by gunfire while looting, police said. Thirty-five fires were reported, two of them confirmed as arson. Philadelphia Mayor James H.J. Tate declared a ..state of emergency as a precautionary measure. The order closed bars and banned the gathering of 12 or more persons and the carrying of weapons. Trouble also was reported in Pittsburgh, Erie and Lancaster. Police and Negroes Repeat Performance RUPPERT, Idaho (AP) — The first thing officer Wally Smith heard on his patrol car radio after breakfast was: "That lady has gone through the window at the tasty freeze again." The last thing he did before going to breakfast was view the scene where • an automobile crashed through two plate glass windows at the drive-in cafe. The driver told him she was unable to stop. Same woman, same drive-in, but a different window and different explanation: She told him this time she put in the wrong gear. Good Protection CHARLESTON, W. Va. (AP) — In 11 years as Charleston's city dog catcher, Kenneth Pauley has had to face some mean critters. Pauley is not allowed to carry a gun, but he has the .next best thing — "Prince" — A ex- German shepherd who .protects changen gunfire in downtown i the dog catcher while he is Pine Bluff, Ark., after six firebombs were thrown in the city, police reported. There were n» reports of injuries. Caught a Dog ANACORTES, Wash. (AP) A Marine fishing about miles out in Rosario Strait came up with a strange but grateful catch Friday. Sgt. Patrick Miller found a thin and weak collie dog keeping itself afloat by draping its paws over a wood crate. There was no explanation iow the dog got that far out In 'uget Sound. catching dogs. New Gadget LUND, Nev, (AP) - The ,100 residents of Lund and nearby Preston started using a new-fan> gled gadget Friday—the dial telephone. The people of these dairy and farming communities had been using hand-cranked telephones with one operator manning a switchboard. ONE ONCE STRUTTED LOUISVILLE (AP) - In Louisville there Is a thoroughfare named Billy Gnat Strut Alloy. WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. James D. Patterson, Plaintiff, vs. No. 17574 Freda Gail Patterson, Defendant. The defenaanr, Kreda Gail Patterson, is hereby warnea to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, James D. Patterson. Dated this 21st day of March, 1968. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk. By DONNA DiCICCO, D.C. Ed B. Cook, Ally. Percy A. Wright, Atty. Ad .Litem Blytheville, Arkansas 3-23, 30, 4-6, 13 ADOPTION NOTICE TO: Franklin Otis Hobison Take notice that on the 27th day of March, 1968, a Petition was filed by Ronnie Virgil Hilson and Carol Lynne Hilson in the Prpbate Court for .the Giick- asawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, for the adoption of Rita Marie Robison and Richard Wayne Robison. NOW, unless you appear within 30 days after the date of this Notice and show cause against such application, the question shall bs taken as confessed and a Der cree of Adoption entered. Elizabeth Blythe Parker, Clerk By Charline H. Maynard, D. C. DATED: March 28, 1968. 4-6, 13 PRIVILEGES AOTHOBIZED AS SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytheville Courier News BLYTHEVILLE. ABK ZIP • 72.115 Harry W. Halnes, Publisher 3rd at Walnut St. Blytheville. Ark. Published daily except Sunday Second class postage paid at Blytheville, Ark. In Blytheville °nd towns in th« Blytheville trade territory. HOME DELIVERY RATES Daily 35e per week UY MAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Within 50 miles of Blytheville $8.00 per year Alore than 50 miles from BlythevUJ* S18.00 per year Services By ' COBB FUNERAL HOME INTEGRITY RAYMOND EVANS _ Seri'iCCf Tuesday, at 2 p.m. in Cobb .Funeral Home chape!.' Burial U Elmwood Cemetery. liiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiBiiin.. W.Wilson Funeral services for Woodrow Wilson, 54, of Osceola, who died j Friday night in the Methodist Hospital in Memphis, will be :onducted at 2 p.m. Sunday in | :he Swift Funeral Home chapel | jy Rev. Harry Jacobs, with! ourial in Mississippi County 1 Memorial Gardens. He leaves four sons, J. W. Wilson of Paragould, Everett Wilson of Logansport, Ind., M. W. Wilson and J. E. Wilson, both of Osceola; • Two daughters, Mrs. J. E. Shelton and Mrs. Larry Warren, both of Osceola; Two brothers, Robert Wilson of Wilson, and Wallace Wilson of Los Angeles, Calif.; Two sisters, Mrs. Beiba Mayhair of Fenton, Mo., and Mrs. 0. A. Riley of Merauz, La.; And 16 grandchildren. THIS MOWiR with any other mower regardless of price! NO OTHER MOWER HAS ALL THE FEATURES A SNAPPER COMET GIVES YOU. Snapper Comet mowars are} unexcelled for ease of handling and comfort for the operator .,. and they are unexcelled in mechanical features, too. Big 5 to 8 HP gasoline engines (some with electric starters); all steel construction; completely enclosed transmission; 5 speeds forward plus reverse ,., and lubricated for life, instant cutter height adjustment 1" to 4". 26", 30", 41" sizes. We Invite you to compare Comet with any other riding mower. GENTRY'S GARAGE 517 W. 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