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September 6, 1966

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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'Wij« Two - fllythevlli* (Am.) couritr news — -wcsaiy, oepiwnuw I, Ml" '**•'• e on Buries 624 By,;'l'HE ASSOCIATED PRESS|ed to boost the Labor Day total i deaths in accidents during, the •.Traffic dcadis across the nation during the three-day Labor Dg3 weekend soared well above 600? a record for any summer priori. Delayed reports of deaths in accidents up to midnight Monday night showed a lota! of 624 persons killed in the 78-hour period. This compared with 505 deaths weekend of nonholiday eqiifll length. fix topped the previous record lolFof 563 for a three-day Labor Da} 7 weekend, set last year. It also surpassed the record traf- ficT'toll for any summer holiday, 576 deaths in the three-day Independence Day observance this yar. -The National Safety Council said- the number of - traffic deaths during a nonholiday three-day period this time of year would total around 450. A survey by The Associated Press during a nonholiday- -period from 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 19, to midnight Monday, Aug. 22—78 hours— showed. 505 deaths on the highways. Th grim total marked the fourth straight major holiday of this year in which traffic fatalities set a record. Traffic fatli- ties for the four, holidys — New Year's (564), Memorial Day (542), Independence Day (576) and Labor Day (more than 600) totaled nearly. 2,300., : . . . Delayed reports were expect- ] to near the maximum number I holiday. The worst mishap was of 630 deaths predicted by (he Saturday when three cars eol- tiona! Safety Council. The lided on the rain-slippery Ohio council, in a preholiday state-(Turnpike near Nonvalk, 'killing meiit, said the toll from 6 p.m. Friday to last midnight would range from 530 to 630. nine persons 1 . Eight persons were killed Monday when ; a car- i load of teen-agers 'crashed into anothr" car on U.S.' 12 -near "We had expected a record so Colgate'', in southern' Michi- we're not too surprised," said a|£ an ' council spokesman. "Death figures have been up all year." Traffic deaths to Aug. 1 this year have been 8 per cent-above last year's figure for the same seven months. The July figure of 5,130 was an all-time high for any., .month. Last year's record high was 49,000. The spokesman said a normal three-day period at this time of the year would result in about 450 traffic fatalities. A survey by The. Associated Press for a nonholiday period of 78 hours, from 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 19, to midnight Monday, Aug. 22, showed 505 persons killed on the highways. * * * "Holiday weekends, on the average, seem to be about 25 per cent more dangerous than In contrast to the staggering total this Labor Day;, the safest Labor Day weekend since Worl War. II was in 1946 with 246 traf fie fatalities. The weekend traffic toll wa termed by Howard Pyle, presi dent, of the National Safety Council-as "a"tfrible';ep'idemii of deaths on our highways'." Boating accidents during thi holiday resulted in 28' death: and 76 persons':drowned. Mine Gets 6 Israelis TEL AVIV, Israel (AP)-Six Israeli men en route to .work were injured today by a mine which exploded under a tractor fid CCI1L ItlUtG UUIICCIUUD i,tiatl . , • • , ,- .-•. , normal weekends," the council trai ' er near the Syrian/; border spokesman said.. "More'.pepple an I ? raeh milltarv s PPkesman are on the roads - over Labor Day, tiie last summer weekend. The cars are crowded and the drivers are in a hurry to get to :heir destination." There were many, .multiple Daily Record Weather U, S. Weather Bureau Agricoitnraj Service Reiser, Ark. Wide-spread thundershower activity occured over the slate during the long Labor Day weekend. Cool, dry air is now well established in. bur. area. After a few showers this morning in the north and in the south this afternoon, several days of dry weather are anticipated. Yesterday's high were generally in the 80s but Warren, K Camden and El Dorado hit an • r iiy>n 90 degrees. Overnight lows 'iirariged from 52 at Gilbert to eijat Texarkana. . She five-day forecast, ending 6~~a.m. next Saturday, calls for .temperatures to average four Height degrees below normal and little precipitation of consequence. Heavy rains Sunday hrthe Alicia, Searcy, Augusta area' will cause additional wat- er'damage to crops. Several days of good weather are now foreseen with good conditions expected for insect control as well as late haying operations. Sunday's hlsb.—88 Monday's low—67 Overnight low—62 Weekend precipitation—.03 Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—3S.50 ^Sunset today—6:20 Sunrise" -tomorrow—5:37 This Date A Year Aqo Yesterday's . h.lshr-87 Overnight low—75 Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—33.45 Traffic Accidents Where's the Fire? House fire, 12 noon, 906 Lilly, yesterday Markets Open Hieb Low Chicago Wheat Sept. -189% 190V4 189V 8 Dec. 196 3 ,i 197V 2 196V 8 Mar.. 202% 203V4 '202 Chicago Soybeans Nov; 318' 319V2 316% Jan. 322 324V 2 321% Mar. 327% 328% 326% Last 189% 202% 316% 321-Vs 326% New York Stocks Texas G.S. ............... 81% Chrysler ................ . 36 5 ,s RCA ............... ...... 44% AT&T ................... 52 3 /s Dow ..................... 62% Xerox .......... .......".. 168V4 GM ...................... 74% Pan Amer ............... 52'A Ford 43% Westinghouse 43' U. S. Steel 381S Curtis Pub Comsat 43V Amer. Motors .9 r ; announced. Coronation / In New Zealand;. : . WELLINGTON, New. Zelarid (AP.)— The coronation-.of .Kiiig Taufaahau Tupou III of Tonga is scheduled for July 4 next year —the king's 49th birthday.. . The king succeeded his mother, Queen Salote, when she died in New Zealand last December. Sears ,53 s ,; driven by Ricky Cooper of 540 E. Rose, Lutricia Shrable •of-Leachville.,. and James William Healey, whose address is listed as P.O. Box 107 here, were involved in a three-way collision at Highway 61 South and Henderson Saturday. .•--No charges have yet been ; placed. ' Cars driven by William Mich:• ael .Huffman of 412 N. Ninth • and Pamela Jane Powers o f ; Blytheville Air Force Base were ; involved in an accident Satur'• day at Indiana and Sixth. i Miss Powers was charged .- with hazardous driving. ! Cars driven by W. C. West • of 408 S. First and Samuel E. • Jones of 122 W. Roosevelt were '• involved in an. accident Satur• dny at Rose and Freeman. .' ..joiies was charged with pos• s'qision of untaxed liquor, fail- i urV, to yield right of way, falsifying a driver's license, and having an improper driver's license. Parke Davis f;. 2fi Gen. Elect .„..''83 5 /: Beth. Steel '30V: Reynolds Tob. ....-.,...,. ; 35 Sta'ndard NJ ......'.,„;... 64% Holiday Inn /35-:« Ark-La ;.".-...'.-.... '36 3 ,i Ark-Mo .'.. : ./.'.. liV Divco-Wayne ,;. 2.4i; World Deaths WASHINGTON (AP)- Msgr Frederick G. Hochwalt, 57, for many years a spokesman fo U.S. Roman Catholic bishops on education policies, died Monday board a ship en route, to Hah Msgr. Hochwalt had been direu tor of the Department of Edu cation for the National Catholic Welfare Conference since 149' until his retirmenl last Jan. 1 IN THE'CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DIS- TKICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. JAMES M.'GARDNER, SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE FOR ROBERT C. WEAVER, THE SEC- RETAR/ OF HOUSING AND! URBAN DEVELOPMENT AS SUCCESSOR' TO THE FEDERAL HOUSING COMMISSIONER PLAINTIFFS VS. NO. 16895 FLOYD COZART AND IRENE COZART, ET AL DEFENDANTS WARNING ORDER •THE defendants, Floyd Cozart and ' Irene, Cozart, Claude E. Crider, Trustee and Solmica, Inc., are hereby warned to appear within thirty (30) days in the .'above Court-Up,, answer a Cpinplaint filed. : ^g^inst;-.,them by .James M. Gardner, .Substitute Trustee for'Robert C. Weaver, - The Secretary, of Housing and;:Urban Deyeippment Ss Suc: cessor To .he- .Federal, Housing Commission and- -.are hereby warnedTthat upon, their failure to. so.- appear and defend that said Complaint may be taken a.s'cphfessed, all.as by law pro- ADVERTMEMENT fOR "IDS MISSISSIPPI COUNTY,. ARKANSAS " Separate sealed bids for con slrui'Mon of Water Supply and Sewage Treatment Facilities for Cotton Boll Vocations Technical School at Burdette, Arkansas will''be received'by Mississippi County.-Arkansas,' in the 'office of -the' County' Judge,' Courthouse, Blytheville, Arkansas, Until''2:00 o'c.ock P.M., C.S.T. September 12th, 1S66. They will (hen be "publicly "opened and read aloud. ' ' . The,.work on .which proposals are requested consists' primarily of:.'A. water slipply, well ,(50 GPMK water treatment facili- ties'with building, package-type sewage pumping station (50 G- PM), approximately 840' (feet) of 3" (inch) force main,, a.nd 4 0.8 acre oxidation pond arid! appurtenances. ; ' " -'•' ;•' '..' The information for : Bidders, Plans, Specifications, Form of Bid, ; Form of Contract,; Form of Bid Bond, Form of 'Pejitw- mance, arid Payment Bond and other Contract Documents may be^: examined in the Office of the"County Judge, Courthouse, Blytheville, Arkansas or in the Office of Ellers & Reaves, Incorporated, Suite 2902, 100 North Main Building, Memphis, Tennessee 38103. '.Copies may be ootained "only at the office of Ellers and Reave Inc., at the above address upon payment of ?30.00 for each set. Any unsuccessful bidder, upon returning such set promptly (within 20 days of bid letting) when unmarked and in gpod c.onditioft 1 , will be refundec tlSa.$ayment,;}and any non-bid- Ernest E. Taylor •i Ernest E. Taylor of. BassAtt, H, died Sunday night, ,A ;retir.ed farmer,-.he was, .a .ihenib^r. # the Baptist .Church. ,./".;;• He was born in - Mariartna, rk.4 And had Hy<4 iA,-Bas?ett since 1958. ...-',/ ,,.' '•"...- ., Serviceb were :6day'At2 : f>-m ; at the Hrst Baptist Church at Wilson,.,with Rev... Paul .Stpck- irian officiating' Burial will., be in Bassett Cemetery tnider the direction'.. of Swift ..F'u'fl * r .a j Home.' He-leaves his wife, Mrs; Ruddell Taylor; ; Awi \three.;fcrpth«rs,:.yernon . fayior-of ! COTtrtg'fen; :L Te'hh^;iplin Taylbr^of Biassett anf lor Of Si. liuis! '•', f Briefs? By THE ASSppIATpD P*IE$S HitsRyuku William Bert: - Aiide'rson,; 90, 6f Lake City, 'drowned Monday in th*;St; Francis;:ftiV4f, : Graig. ^eburity Sherirf " "" Cooper said. ^, Cooper said Andersoipi bddy wajs i found by two ;^iSlJerrnen about two mile* south Of Lake a'ty'i which is 10 miles'&st bf here. Cooper said there ,:Was nft sign fif (§u\ ))lay, H?.salt)'An WASHINGTON (AP) - W(l liam A. Mougey, 71, retiree Washington manager of Genei al Motors Corp. died Saturday after suffering a heart attack while golfing. Mougey had been with GM in various executive capacities from 1919 until his retirement in I960. AUSTIN. Tex. Richard (Dick) (AP) — John Vaughan, 60 lational president of the Sigma Nu social fraternity, died Satur day. He as a former Texas newspaperman and later en tered public relations. ..Cars driven by Jerry Payne .ot* : Route 4, Blytheville, and Kon •|)d R. Rexroad of Route 3, Bly- amcville, were involved in an Incident yesterday at Highway 61 North and.Moullrie. _,^ncm>ad ivas charged with following loo close. A green four Ihe emblem of • leaf clover is the 4-H Club. Each green leaf has.a white H on il (for Head, Heart, Hands, Health). England was the home of railroads. original ... sbTJiturning such a set will' b'e^fefunled $15.00. The de wsit 'of .• the 'successful bidder, will be.i-Vetaih'ed. All bidders are recjuired to'obtain a copy of the Contract,.Documents and Plans and shall .'be licensed i do busi ness in the State of Arkansas under Act is'ti of 1965. .The' Owner reserve the right .0 waive any .informalities or to reject'any or all bids. Each bidder m. -' deposit vith his bid, security in the a- nount, form ,-and st.bject to the :onditions provided in the ih- ormation for Bidders,' Attention of bidders is partic- ilan. called to the requirements as to certain- conditions .irliscriminatipn in employ- le'nt -to be c-bservett-and mini- Tium wage rales to De paid under the contract. Bidders on this work will be required compl/ With'the .President s Executive-Order No. 11114 and.the provisions of Executive Order 10925 as included therein. The requirements for bidders and contractors under the order are explained in the Specifications. No bidder may withdraw his bid wilhin 30 days after the actual d£ f e of the-opening thereof. Garrett of 2320 Marguerite St. died yesterday at Chickasawba Hospital. Mrs. Garett was 82. She was the widow of Richard M. Garrett. Born in Indiana, Mrs. Garrett lad been a'resident'nee-since [932. She was a member of Ridgecrest Baptist Church. She leaves four daughters, Mrs. Willis Cathey, Mrs. John likes and Mrs. Herman May,; all of Blytheville, and Mrs, fresie Moss of Piggott;-, A son, Tom Garrett of Port- ageviile, Mo, A brother, Guy Chism of Parkin, Ark , * t Twelve granderii5dr«n f And 16 great grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are in- compfete and wjll be announced, by Cobb Funeral t .Home V f Rehabilitation Schedule Released James L. Beard, counselor for the Arkansas Rehabilitation Service in Mississippi County, has announced the following schedule of visits in the-county duri ng September: : '•' • -, Manila (Health Unit): Septem her 8, 15, 22, 29, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Leachville .(City. Hall}: -.Sejv tember 8, 15, .22, 29., from t.to:j ).m. ••--• <•' :• 5 "" •; •.'. 'a.:" i. '• Luxora (City Hall): September 12, -19, 26, from 1:30 to 4 .m. - •.- • •:. •• •Beard's ;Bly.thev,jUe Yoff'iqe is ocated'at 5 301-B North First St. MISSISSIPPI KANSAS A. A. Bank: Aug. 26, 1966' COUNTY, AR- i, County Judge 8-29, 9-6 vided. •••..-•• WITNESS the hand and seal of the Clerk 01 the above mentioned .Court -this. 12th day of August, 1966. ' GERALDtNE LISTON Clerk By Geraldine Liston 8-15, 22, 29, 9-5 ndph' : jW6nday walMrig; along the eyee: v He'saia it was n"j»t known how Anderson "got iht»' the -water. ' '• ••'' v vo- ' "-/ ; '-' ; - '•- SHREy|iP.ORTy La. (A?) - Jajties Niwriian' «f the Behdem- " ' TOKYO (AP) - One of two U.S. Air Force radar stations on th'e Ryukyu island of Miyakoji- rri» was destroyed by Typhoon Qbra'4 I09yrtl(l£anrh$ur wlnds the island'* weather station reported 'today. •'•' : .the weather'.station' on the island ISO miles southwest of Okinawa said there was wide; spread damage .to 'crops and hduses but no deaths or injuries among the 69,750 islanders. ; The typhopn'sank 11 boats and damaged 11 others, the station said. . . .. •'." •";-'•'• : Cora today appeared headed tor Communist China. -The typhoon struck Formosa with a powerful side blow and winds of more than 106 miles an named second.;?' vice; .president Mbhday .at the sizridfatiriual con- vehtion'of the Southwest- : State'S Grotto Association. : .. -The cojivention. ended Monday with; more than .500 delegates fr;flmvArkansas, Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma registered for' the 'three-day conference': hour batttred the lilud'i RWtkj coast. Winds of up to 70 milei, hit ftiptl "j Robert G' ihgersoll, the great* agnostic, was the son,of a Con-; gregatipnal minister. ' , ,-v Lassen Peak iivCalifbrata is! Hie only active .volcano In the; United States. .- V - J tions at Little.Rock, Jonesboro, Fort Smith,,El Dorado, Shreveport. La., Springfield, Mo., and Tulsa, Okla. . . rhrusl-Back Cellar' TOILET TANK BALL Amtriti's loigett St"«r ' Th* efficitnt Wat.r Mailer instantly Itapi. th. flaw af wot.r after aach flushing.' 75( AT HARDWARE STORES LITTLE BOCK (AP) ^ -Republican gubernatorial nominee Winthrop Rockefeller makes his first'statewide campaign television address tonight over nine siatiohs"ih five-states.'' The 15-miriute telecast'will b'6 aired at 10:15 'on WRE&TViin Memphis and at 10:30 over sta- !•••*••»•• Service! By (^ o b b FUNERAL HOME Integrity H. E. (UNCLE BUB) LaSHOT, p.m. Wednesday,' Cobb Chapel. . •' • •' ' * . , * - *. MRS. DESSIE GARRETT, arrangements incomplete. ,. 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