The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 19, 1966 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 19, 1966
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HytluviU. (AA> Coalite Km - Saturdig. Kovtmbw 19. Ittt F*ji Three OBITUARY Jimmie Jones Jimmie Jones, 70, longtime former resident and businessman of Blytheville died Friday ifternoon in Memphis Methodist Hospital. He was a retired employe of the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company and a member of the Churcii of Christ. He was a native of Mississippi. He is survived by one son, Paul Wallace, of South Gate, Calif.; And two grandchildren. Services are 2 p.m. Sunday at the Cobb Funeral Home chapel, Rev. P.H. Jernigan officiating. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery. Pallbearers are Billy May, Dallas May, Bobby Wheat, Bill Walker and Gene Frizzell. Mrs. Hewlett Mrs. J.C. Hewlett. 72, Steele, died Friday noon in Doctor's Hospital. She was born in Mississippi in 1894 and had been a resident of Steele for 43 years Services are 2 p.m. Sunday at General Baptist Church in Denton, John W. German Funeral Home in charge. Besides her husband, she leaves three sons, R.E. Hewletl of Steele, Sammy B. Hewlett of Noble, Ark., and Royal Hewlett of Pompano, Fla.; Three daughters, Mrs. Mitchell Davis of Hoxie, Ark., Faye Schmitt of Los Angeles, and Mrs. Thomas Dorris of Gosnell; Twenty - eight grand Children; Twenty • two great - grand children. FIRST KILL - E. W. Robertson Jr. of Manila got his first buck of the year last Monday. He was hunting in Ozark Acres near Hardy when he bagged this 170-pound eight- pointer from 60 yards away with a 12-gauge slug. C. A. Harvey Funeral services for Chester A. Harvey, 86, who died Thursday in Arbyrd, Mo. will be held 2 p.m. Sunday at the Union Band Baptist Church in Cardwell, Rev. L.C. Glenn officiating. Burial will be in Silverdale Cemetery, Howard Funeral Home in charge. Fannie MeClinton Funeral services for Fannie MClinton, 93, Burdelte will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the New Galilee Baptist Church, Rev. H. Preston officiating. Bur- Cemetery, Home Funeral Home in charge. She is survived by one brother Anderson Walker of Blytheville; One son. Robert Holmes Newark of Ohio; One granddaughter; Three nieces. Quarterly Meeting To be on Sunday The first quarterly meeting of the Bethel A.M.E. Church. Coleridge Street, will be convened at 11 a.m. Sunday by Rev. J.M. Watkins, presiding elder of the Forrest City district. The choirs and congregations of the Enoch Chapel A.M.E. Church, Rev. W.A. Campbell pastor, and the Carter Temple A.M.E. Church, Reverend Ward pastor,, all of Blytheville, will participate. At 3 p.m. Rev. J.C. Crier, pastor of St. Paul's A.M.E. Church, Jonesboro will deliver the sermon. After services, tea will be held in Ihe Fellowship Hall of Bethel A.M.E. The public is cordially invited. SMOG 12 Killed in Wreck MADRAS, India (AP) Twelve persons in a rice harvest truck were killed when it plunged into a canal near Vijay- awada in Andhra State, police reported today. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Delbert Eugene Rogers, Plaintiff, vs. No. 17010 Wynona Gale Rogers, Defendant. The defendant, Wynona Gale Rogers is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Delbert Eugene Rogers. Dated this 10th day of November, 1966 at 10:00 o'clock A.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D. C. Guy Walls, Attorney Ed B. Cook, Ally Ad Lltem 11-12, It, X, 11-3 (Continued trom Page One) ed. The first alert stage is merely a warning, but there have been four such alerts this year. The second stage which las never been reached in Los Angeles histroy, calls for a shutdown of all but essential industry and a stoppage of all ve- licular traffic except for emergency vehicles. The APCD believes that Los Angeles eventualy will have a second alert, if something is not done to curtail emissions from cars. 'If we had not stopped smog from stationary sources," says an APCD official. "Los Ange- es today would be uninhabitable. If we are not able to stop smog from automobiles, it will be uninhabitable in a very few years." Joiner NSC Aids Lad An example of the aid rendered by area Neighborhood Service Centers lies in the example of Brad England of Joiner. Thursday, young Brad, a second grade student at Shawnee School, fell and broke, his arm. He was taken to the Osceola Memorial Hospital — where he vas given treatment — and then aken home by the Joiner Neigh- borhood.Service Center, accord- ng to Mrs. Don Fletcher, coordinator. ON LEAVE-Pvt. Billy Sims, USA. is presently home on leave prior to assignment in Frankfurt, Germany. He recently completed basic training at Fort Campbell, Ky. He is the son of Mr. and Mi's. W. .D. Sims, Route 3, Box 599- H. Medicore Payments By SS Are Easier Medicare payment of medical expenses incurred by a beneficiary who later dies has been simplified by new procedure. According to Dan R. Dennis, Social Security officer in charge, surviving relatives will no longer have to obtain a legal representative simply to collect medicare payments. Where there is no legal representative of a beneficiary's estate payment will be made to next of kin. CORRECTION Grade A Small EGGS oo 100£ASTMAINST. BueU W. Carter, MFA Agent 607 N. 6th tS-FAl ^ es * ^°° r *° ^' x ' e *"'8 Phone PO 3-3361 REG $5.00 VINYL LATEX PAINT For wolh and Woodwork V Scmbbablo V OnoCoatCovor* V Mot In I How V Nowort FRESH Colon 2" MASTER PAMPER Vinyl IM« h IDEAL TOR BASEMBNT WAILS m veil w may room in UM bouM. F«r •Wfar to <**„.„ tatorior or ulvior Vrtitol Ho Brlm.r ottded. MnlMtl? Woriiti, M /iuf aiuiuiy. no meu. no tutil FONDREN & SON HARDWARE & GIFTS 111 W. Main (Free PuV|n> | n H»«r» Ph. PO .1-4521 Viet Nam (Continued tron Page One) nition, rice and other stores have been captured. So large was the booty that the U, S. command released a two-page list. Among the major items: 2,366 tons of rice — the largest single haul of the war 412,389 hand grenades. 3,170 fragmentation grenades, 1,299 teargas grenades, 2,000 white phos phorous grenades and 825 large high-explosive grenades. Also captured were 51 claymore antipersonnel mines, 6,700 rounds of small-arms ammunition, 136 weapons and varying quantities of other munitions and stores. U. S. troops claimed destruction of 260 enemy buildings, 124 tunnels or caves, nine base camps and 10 sampans. Vietnamese military head quarters reported three more mortar shellings today by the Viet Cong. In one shelling in predawn darkness, the Viet Cong hit a village 12 miles south of Saigon and killed two children and wounded 10 civilians. A second shelling a short time later hit a village 28 miles southwest of Saigon and four civilians were i wounded. The third shelling was against a Vietnamese outpost 24 miles northwest of Saigon. A Vietnamese sokesman said government troops took light casualties. In air action over South Viet Nam Friday. U.S. pilots flew 412 strike sorties and South Vietnamese pilots flew an additional 163. ractor-trailer. Police identified he driver of the second vehicle as 0. N. Cogburn, 50, of Hot Iprings. Madding was hospitalized at Jacksonville. Youth Killed In Accident CABOT, Ark. (AP) - W. C. Smith, 20, of Ward, was killed early today when the car in which he was a passenger crashed into a tractor-trailer about one-half mile north of labot on .U.S. 67. State police said the car, I Open Spaces *mw«r to Prtrioui Atnto ACROSS 39 Meadow 1 crow bun 40F1U1 alichtef 4 Half (prefix) 8 Four la poker playing 12"To —i» huraui • • •** 13 Papal appellation 14 "Old King 41 Masculine nickname 42 Laughable 45 Most ostentatious 49 Mitigation 51 Correlative of neither 52 Part In iplty 15 Chemical «u«ix 53 J'« s , s »S«>i>'I» 1« Erratic ,,^? in 18 Responded to a f| *j*> . stimulus «*—«. 20 Make amende 21 Article 22 Anglo-Saxon theow 24 "Thy Kingdom 55 Favorites 56 Flat-topped IdQ 57 Pigpen DOWN l"Now, this!" 2 French stream 26 Followed * ptth 3 "Get the -—" 27 Driver's 4 "In of compartment everything else" 30 Oleic acid ester S Ireland 32 Second selling 6 Homicide 34 Meatless 7 Suffix 3 5 Expunges 8 36 Period appendicitis 37 Bows slightly 9 hiountainous state (ab.) 10 Ardor 11 Withered 17 Goose's mate 19 Defraud 23 Painful spot* 24 Not heated 25 Bread spread 26 Terra for a carpenter 27 Window sashes of a sort 28 Athena 29 Girl's nickname 31 Bridge holding 33 dressing 38 Take out (print.) 40 Seizes with the teeth 41 Precept of Brahmanjsm 42 Fresh-water fish 43 Musical instrument 44 Brewer's ingredient 46 Individuals 47 Combustion" residue 48 Helen of . 50 Affectedly shy (dial.) Etowah Pair Missionaries A Pentecostal evangelist, formerly of Blytheville, and his wife will leave Etowah Monday to begin missionary work among the Acoma Indians near Albu querque, N.M. Clyde (Buddy) Clark, son of Mrs. Lola Mae Clark, 409 Lilly and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Hill Spain, 419 East Sycamore, has been a member of Pentecostal Church at Etowah since he was a child. His father, Rev. Clyde V. Clark, was pastor of the Dyess Pentecostal Church until his death in the fall of 1964. Clark and his wife, the former Theima Johnson, spent last year's summer vacation working among Choctaw Indians near Philadelphia, Miss., and were asked by the church's director of Indian mission to take up the work permanently. The Pentecostal Church has been established among the Acomas for many years and has a modern parsonage. Most of the Indians apeak English. CONWAY, Ark. (AP) - Conway's population is 14,485, according to preliminary figures of a special census that were released Thursday. The figure represents an increase of 1,985 since another special census was taken in 1961. NEWSPAPEB ENTERPRISE ASSK. Lunar Orbiter Gets Pictures By RALPH DIGHTON PASADENA, Calif. (AP) America's Lunar Orbiter 2 wept on toward new scientific goals today after radioing the most valuable pictures yet in the nation's search for safe landing .sites on the moon. driven by 26-year-old James The ^space-craft's first photo- vladding. also of Ward, crossed j graph — snapped Friday mprn- 'he center line and struck the I ing and released by the National ractor-trailfir. Pnlirp iripntifioril Aeronautics and Space Administration Friday night — showed a Read Courier News Classifieds broad crater-pocked equatorial plain flat enough for upcoming Apollo vehicles to land on without tipping over. There was a posibiiity, how- DEAL'S INTERIORS HAS MOVED TO PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER You ore cordially invited to visit us in our Hew 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. Evenings By Appointment Deal's Interiors PLAZA SHOPPING CiNTER PO 3-9481 ever, that the area was so pitted by small craters that it would not serve as a prime target for astronauts expected to fly to the moon within the next two or three years. Strytsuev Katsrp Reubcvrksy doesn't make much sense! But, your dollars will seem like cents when shopping for unusual and rare gifts at Jewelry & Gifts 105 W. Main • New Store • Hew Ideas • New Merchandise •And Gifts Daily Record Weather Yesterday'! tilth 79 Overnight low—41 Precipitation previous M noun (to 7 a.m. today)— M Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—42.41 Sunset today—4:53 Sunrise tomorrow—6-38 This Date A Year Ago Yesterday's high—M Overnight low—36 Prcclpltatnln Jan. 1 to date—44,18 RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. (AP) —George Turrentine, 79, executive secretary of the Arkansas Tech Alumni Association and former head of the education department at the college, died Thursday. Turrentine had been associated with the school since 1921, when he was named head of the education department. He was named registrar in 1948 and served in that position until his retirement in 1950 to become fulltime executive secretary of the alumni association. *••••»••••• •••••••••« Service* By FUNERAL HOME Integrity JIMMIE JONES, services 1 p.m. Sunday in the chapel. e# TOUCH Yon cant give a bouquet of freshly-gathered lilacs—fcnt yon can give the romantic "float away* fragrance of Wrisley's French Lilac. Spray and Splash Cologne, Bath Oil and Baft Powder-?2^0t Soap-?1.50 and ?2JW, Metered Perfume and Gift Sets-$5dGV FROM Stewart's Drug Store 220 E. Main NOW! Your DX Dealer has the seasons GETAWAY CHASE GAME! only W TH t-GULDN PURCHASE Each Getaway Chase Game sat Includes two authentic scale model cars, remote switches, almost 24 feet of roads, five getaway routes on a plastic game board. 3-D buildings add fun to the chase, create a colorful setting. Each battery-operated car (batteries not included) races at scale speeds up to 60 MPH. Getaway Chase Game is great family fun and can be played by as many as four players. See your IX dealer for Getaway Chase Game—the season's most wanted toy. Pfcfc one «p now from: Rounsavall's DX 6th & Chickamwba Sta. Ph. PO 3-9525 Lloyd's Gro.8DX Air-Base Hi-Way Ph. LE 2-8613

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