The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 11, 1966 · Page 9
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BIythevilte (Ark.) Courier N«WB - FrMiy, Vtwmb* 11, MM - Pm OBITUARY • Infant's Rites Are Tomorrow Nick Litlle Keene, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. James Keene, died about 9 p.m. Thursday Besides his parents, he is survived by one sister, Jimmie Lynn Keene of Blytheville; Two brothers, Michael Keene and Clifford Keene, both of Ely- theville. • Graveside services will be 10 a.m. Saturday at Elmwood Cemetery, Rev. E. H. Hall official- Cobb Funeral home is in charge. Mrs. Anderson Services for Mrs. Beulah Anderson who died Wednesday at Doctor's Hospital have been scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday at the Cobb Funeral Home chapel, Rev. John B. White of the First Christian Church officiating. Interment will be in Elmwood Cemetery. Arthur Osborn 'Arthur S. Osborn, 94, Luxora, died Thursday in Osceola Memorial Hospital after a long fflness. Born in Georgia he had been a resident of Luxora for many years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mamie Osborn of Luxora: Two sons. William Osborn and Gene Osborn, both of Luxora; --Two daughters. Mrs. Annie Robinson of Lost Cane and Mrs. Ruth Freeman of Luxora; And five grandchildren. Services are scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday at the Swift Funeral Home chapel in Osceola, wlih burial in Sandy Ridge cemetery, Burdetle. Understatement LONDON (AP) - MaJ. Gen. Henry Alexander, former British chief of Ghana's defense staff, looked into his daughter's handbag and found drugs. He called the pblice. Jane Alexander 23, appeared in court Thursday on a charge of possessing Indian hemp. The magistrate discharged her with a warning "not to go on with this." Jane kissed her father, after the court hearing. "I've been silly," she said. "Daddy meant well and I love and admire him." Miraculous Escape ROCKFORD, 111. (AP) — The twisted wreckage of the small truck was illuminated by the headlight of the freight train which had shoved it three blocks after the collision at a crossing. The truck's camper lay smashed along the right of way. The bed was torn from the chassis. The dashboard was pushed against the seat. George Bostick crawled from the truck and said he was all right. "How he got out alive, I'll never know," said George Smith of Freeport, engineer of :he Illinois Central 93-car freight. Smith said the train was traveling at 50 miles per lour when he saw Bostick's truck edge onto the tracks. MISSILE I.H. Truss Services for I. H. Truss, who died Nov. B. will be afternoon Saturday al 'hue Light Baptist Church where he was a member. He was 71. SPACE Remember Pay Your Paper Boy (Continued from Page One) successful test of , a nuclear- lipped missile. McNamara believes the Chinese Communists will be no "Significant nuclear threat until around the mid 1970s. But his comment that the United States "must assume" the Soviet antimissile system will be effective indicated serious consideration is being given to proceeding with deployment of Nike X next year. fn the area of U.S. offensive systems, McNamara said he expects to send Congress a recommendation for outfitting the nation's Polar submarines with an improved atomic missile known as Poseidon. McNamara said deployment of the Poseidons in place o present ICBM's aboard the nuclear subs would run into "several billions" of dollars. Daily Record Weather Yesterday's high—71 Overnight low—37 Precipitation previous 24 hours (to 7 a.m. today)—none 'Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—42.35 Sunset today—4:58 Sunrise tomorrow—8:30 This Date A Year ABO Yesterday's high—68 Overnight low—43 Precipitation Jan 1 to date—43.88 World Deaths BURLINGAMB, Calif. (AP) , - Edward "Eddie" Erdelatz, 52, former head football coach at the U.S. Naval Academy, died Thursday of cancer. Erde- atz also had coached at St. Mary's College of California where he had been a star end and for the Oakland (Calif.) Raiders of the American Foot- iall League. SEA NYMPH look is created by Gottex of Israel in women's swimsuit fashions. The torso is aglitter with large sequin disks on a oae-piece bathing suit, which is gracefully topped by a long, flowing "fishnet" gown of shimmering metallic material. Jackie to Help In Fund Raising PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) Mrs. John F. Kennedy will head an American fund-raising committee formed to help restore Italian art treasures damaged in recent floods, Prof. Bates Lowry of Brown .University said Thursday. Lowry, chairman of the university's art department, said Mrs.. Kennedy agreed several days ago to be honorary. president of the committee. PERP1GNAN, France (AP) — Dr. Rene Puig, 72, president of the Prades International Music Festival, was killed Thursday in an automobile accident IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS JEAN J. CAMPBELL, Plaintiff VS No. 16,961 SUTCLIFFE SUMMERVILLE CAMPBELL. Defendant WARNING ORDER The defendant, Sutcliffe Summerville Campbell, is _ hereby warned to appear in this Court within thirty (30) days and answer the Complaint of the Plaintiff herein, and upon his failure so to. do, said Complaint will be taken as confessed. . WITNESS my hand as clerk of JOHNSON Continued from pige one believes contributed to his defeat: "For the first time in the history of this stste, they got the colored vote out." "Three years of intensive organization with unlimited financing is the reason Winthrop Rockefeller is governor today." Johnson, whose hands bears huge calluses from handshaking, said he was handicapped because he had to work so hard while Rockefeller "only had to worry about whether he pronounced the words right that someone else wrote for him." Johnson said Arkansas could reap one benefit from election ot Rockefeller. "A healthy separation of powers may result," he said, 'The legislature may assume he responsibility that the constitution envisioned for it without being so dependent on the execuive." the Chancery Cfiurt for the Chic kasawba District of Mississipp County, Arkansas, and the Sea of said Court on this the 26th day of October, 1966. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Donna DiCicco, Deputy Graham Sudbury 115 N. Second Street Blytheville, Arkansas Attorney for Plaintiff Marcus Evrard . 118 W. Walnut Street Blytheville, Arkansas Attorney-Ad-Litem 10-28 11-4, 11,1 N THE PROBATE CtVKt C-R THE CHICKASAWBA D1S- RIT OF MISSISSIPPI COUTY, ARKANSAS N THE MATTER OF THfi ES- ATE OR ARAH LEE SHEDD, ECEASED, No. 4437 NOTICE ast Known Address of Decednt: Manila, Arkansas, ate of Death: October 27,1966. An instrument dated April 4, 966 was on the 4th day of Nov- mber, 1966, admitted to pro- ate as the last will of the above amed decedent, and the under- igned has been appointed Exe- utor thereunder. A contest of ie probate of the will can be ffected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims gainst the estate must exhibit hem, duly verified, to the under- igned six (6) months from the ate of the first publication of his notice, or they shall be f6r- ver barred ,and precluded from any benefit of the estate. This Notice first published 1th day of November, 1966. I. D. Shedd, Executor Arah Lee Shedd Estate c/o Gardner & Steinsiek, Attorneys P. 0. Box 773 Blytheville, Arkansas 11-11,18 B*or of o Wrack PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) - Tht sight of an 800-pound black bear directing traffic into a parking ot so upset Paul Tucker that he crashed his car against the on* in front of him. Nobody was injured in th« accident Thursday. The bear that Tucker saw was Kelly, a performing bear whose owner has it on a national tour. Service* Bj Coll FUNERAL HOME (Continued frnm Page One) Aldrin fire Agena engine to shoot In altitude of 460 miles. Saturday: Aldrin opens his hatch about noon for 2-hour 20- minute session of photographing the stars and pcrfrming simple tasks. Sunday: Stepping into space on a 25-foot lifeline. Aldrin first hooks up 'he still-joined Gemini and Agena with a 100-foot cord slowed on the Agena. He practices moving about with the handrails and performs tasks such as making electrical connections and loosening bolls at a "work bench." After the two- hour walk. Lovell separates from the Agcna and pulls taut the 100-foot line btwcen the two vehicles in a fuel-saving formation-flying test. Monday: Aldrin opens his hatch for a 40-minute photography session. Rest of the day is devoted to experiments. Tuesday: Lovell and Aldrin photograph a sodium vapor cloud spewed across the sky by a French rocket launched in Algeria. They fire retro-rockets over Pacific and land in the Atlantic about 700 miles southeast of Cape Kennedy after flight of 94 hours, 37 minutes. the final Gemini flight will clear the way for the first earth- orbit flight of a three-man Apol- ln moonship. NASA had hoped to send the first crew into space in December for a trip of up to 14 days. But problems with the spacecraft delayed the maiden flight until early next year, with Jan. 17 the current planning date. Swayne ' Twp . . Luxor a 1 i Luxora 2. Luxora 3 Fletcher T.wp '.Fletcher. Twp 'Victoria Osceola !»„: Osceola 2 .Osceola 3 Monroe 'Twp. Monroe' Twp . Keiser ! Driver : C arson 'Golden Lake Wilson 1 Wilson -2 Pecan Point Joiner McGavocIc Twp. Y/hitton Twp. Town of Dyess Dyess Twp. Little River MUligan 'Ri^g ,.2,6 , 83 East West SCHOOL (Continued from Page Due) Station, Highway 61. 7:30, Osceola - Court House, Highway 61. 7:40, Luxora - School, Highway 158. 7: SO, Victoria • Store, High- W ny 181 to .j-.nctlon 148. 8:20, Burdetle. No precise distinction can b mnde between a tree and » ,sh'nb. Shrubs arc smaller than trees and usually have severs si • -< w'lich sun'Wl the tv/io; and branches, while trees com monly have only one trunk. 275 388 296 East West 62 ' 37 64 140 22 65 26 94 , West 'Ridg'e »», tt f 87 f rertdl^iSk?' -Bayou t41,/ 5;6^\,; A^ lf l 5 4 5 f«i^ Osceola ^B'sen'tee 82 31 '6'4 ^^^,^^^^,f^^\ B u r de-t- txx&W :' 18^111,^Ap ^P^s/iftl 0 / \$^$»W> , ; . ( ^ ^ -a^j, > Ht - -V ;, f tiyftj ;IK¥% «iw\* ||iSj£\t/iSy^l^ ,-r ^ -r., »a ***. L&L^lLjtlL^!,^^ BEULAB ANDERSON, * pm Sunday at Cobb chapel. * * - » NICK LITTLE KEENE, wr- vices 10 am- at Elmwood Cemetery. * * * N. W. WBtGHT, «ervtces t p.m. Friday at Cobb Chapel. * * * CLEM WHISTLE, 10 mm. Friday, Dell Metbodlrt Church. FURNITURE UPHOLSTERY AND RE-STYLING By Bob May 12 YEARS EXPERIENCE FREE ESTIMATES 5 DAY DELIVERY GILBERT'S 600 E. Main PO 3-6742 rnnouncementl DEAL'S INTERIORS HAS MOVED TO PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER You ore cordially invited to visit us in our New Interior Decorating Studio Featuring • Fine Furniture • Original Oil Paintings • Fine Art- Reproductons • Exclusive Carpet Lines From Budget Priced Domestic Weaves to the Finest Hand Woven Custom Carpeting. Commercial Furnishings for Offices and Reception Rooms. Drapery and Upholstery Fabrics Quality Work — Room Services Household Gifts for all Occasions Complete Interior Design Service Professional Decorator in Attendance Open Daily 8:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. 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