The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 27, 1967 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 27, 1967
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Pag« Two - Blythevtllt (Ark.) Courier News - Monday. February V, OBITUARY Mrs. Hill Mrs, Elsie Hill of 612 Adams died Saturday night at Chicka- ia\vba Hospital. She was 75. Service will be tomorrow at 2 p.m. at the First Baptist Church in Manila with Rev. Carroll Evans officiating. Burial will be in Manila Cemetery with Howard Funeral Se r v i c e in charge. She leaves four sons, Virgil Hill of Blytheville, Billy Hill of Kansas City. Mo., Glennis Hill and Clifford T. Paul, both of Monroe, La.; Four daughters, Mrs. Maxine Smith and Mrs. Eunice Serio, both of Memphis, Liberty Mae Gunn of Benton Harbor, Mich., and Altha Wardlow of Baytown, Tex.; A brother, Arnold Brewer of Houston. T. E, Payne Thomas Eugene Payne died last Wednesday at Braggadocio Moi He was 52. He was a farmer. Services were yesterday a 1 Howard Funeral Service chape anoV burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery at Hayti. He leaves three sisters, Miss Lilly Bell Payne and Mr. Lu till* Thompson, both of Pebly Mo.", and Mrs. Ruby Ellen Notes tf Farmington, Mo. E. M. Vaughn Earl Michael Vaughn, who was born at Cardwell, Mo., died at his home Sunday morning. He was 60. He had lived at Cardwell most of his life and was a retired farmer and a member of the Church of Christ. Services will be at the Cochrum Church of Christ today at 3 p.ijn. Burial will be in Cardwell Cemetery with Howard Funeral Service in charge. St. Clair Slatton and Charles Crisp will officiate. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Bessie Vaughn; Three sons, Estell Vaughn and John Vaughn of Grand Blanc, Midi.,'and Jimmy Vaughn of the US Army; Two daughters, Mrs. J. C, Miller of Drew, Miss., and Mrs. 111.; And 14 grandchildren. Daily Record Weather II. S flcatner Bnreao Agricultural service Kclser. Ark. Rain spread across the stale during the night but amounts, were generally less than one- quarter of an inch up to 6 a.m. Black Rock recorded the heaviest amount with .45 of an inch. The cold front located in eastern Kansas and northeast Oklahoma is moving eastward and will progress steadily across the state during the afternoon and night. Scattered Ihundershowors will develop ahead of the front in eastern, central and southwest Arkansas this afternoon. Rainfall amounts up to an inch will occur locally but most amounts will be between one- quarter and one-half inch. Dryer air will overspread Arkansas tonight and the entire state on Tuesday. Cloudy skies will give way to only partial cloudiness on Tuesday. Yesterday's highs ranged from 38 at Marked Tree to 53 at Texarkana. Overnight lows were generally in the upper 30s to low 40s. ' The five-day outlook* 6 a.m. Tuesday to 6 a.m. Saturday, calls for temperatures to average near normal. Normal highs 54 to 63. Normal lows 32 to 41. Precipitation is expected lo total one-quarter inch in west Arkansas to about three-quarters of an inch in southeast Arkansas occurring mainly near the end of the week. Saturday's hlph—32 ' Sunday's low—1ft Yesterday's high—36 Overnight low—34 Weekend precipitation (to 7 a.m. today)— M Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—3.40 Sunset today—5:54 Sunrise tomorrow—6:31 Thli Date A Year A|o Yesterday's high—52 Overnight low—38 Precipitation Jan. 1 to dat«—10.95 Markets Open High Low Last Chicago Wheat Mar. 177'A 177 3 /4 175'/4 176U May 179'i 179^4 178 178 5 /i July 177'/i 177'/j 175V? 175% Chicago Soybeans Mar. 287^ 288 286!i 237'ii May 288 288 286'/i 286 7 /s Nov. 277'/i 277% 277'/4 277% Mrs. Scott Mrs. Mary Scott, widow of William Dry Scott of Tomato, died Saturday night at Mount View, Ark., at age 67. She had been born in Tennessee and had been a resident here for the pasl 15 years. Services will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. from Cobb Funeral HOme chapel, Rev. R. E. Wagner and Rev. Melvin Schultz officiating. Burial will be in Dogwood Cemetery. She leaves five daughters, Mrs. Claude Underwood of Tomato, Mrs. Joseph Smith of Melrose Park, 111., Mrs. Jake Hopper of Tomato, Mrs. J. R. White of Arlington Heights, 111., and Mrs. Norman Gordon of Streamwood, 111.; Four sons, Marion Paul Scott and William C. Scott, both of Mount View, Albert Scott of Arlington Heights and James Junior Scott of Palatine, 111.; Two brothers, Otis Smith of Laurenceburg, Tenn., and Wesley Smith of Georgia; Thirty - six grandchildren; And 11 great - grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Doyle Hopper, Walter Hopper, Joe Sulton, Julian Uunderwood, Harvey Tillman and Sam Tillman Jr. Emma Ncvitr Emma Nevilt, who was preceded in death by her husband, died Thursday night at her home at 107 West Coleridge. She-was 86. Services will be Tuesday at 11 a.m. from the Bethel A.M.E. Church, Rev. E. T. Jones offi- VIET NAM (Continued from Page One) parks 17 to 33 miles south of Dong Hoi in the panhandle. In South Vietnam, the massive U.S. force pushing through war Zone C in Operation Junction City still met only sniper resistance during.the sweep 70 miles northwest of Saigon. American troops reported killing six more of'the enemy Sunday lo bring the total since the operation was launched last Wednesday to about 70. U.S. troops also uncovered two large base camps while pushing through the jungle Sunday. One camp, 25 miles north of Tay Ninh City, contained 80 underground fortifications and 25 above-ground postions. A second camp, 22 miles northwest of Tay Nlnh City, was heavily supplied with food, ammunition and weapons, U.S. spokesmen said. The operation, largest of the war, has been supported by 747 air strikes so far. U.S. troops have seized 178 tons of enemy rice and destroyed 192 underground fortifications and 103 enemy structures. In a further report on a fierce engagement in the iron triangle, U.S. headquarters said American and South Vietnamese troops killed 114 Viet. Cong with support from air strikes and artillery Sunday. Initial reports placed the enemy dead at 31 in the action in which a company (178 men) of the U.S. 25th Division and a platoon (30 men) of South Vietnamese troops suffered heavy casualties. For the second day in a row, B52 bombers made three raids in South Vietnam today. Two of Ihe raids were so close to Saigon that they shook buildings and rattled windows there. Life in Outer Space Predicted WINTER PARK, Fla. (AP)The director of the Cape Kennedy Space Center predicts thai man will meet "other living things" in outer space. dating. Burial will be in Carr | "This prospect cannot be dis- Cemetery at Armorel, Swift missed as metaphysical specu Funeral Home in charge. jlalion," sa |d Dr. Kurt H. Debus She leaves no vors. known survi- Nixon on Trip For BIG Business NEW YORK (AP) - Former Vice President Richard M. Nixon., leaves Friday for Europe and' Asia in what some observ- of foreign affairs. in an address at Rollins College. "It's much more a mathematical certainty than were the early theories expounded by scientists and philosophers whose observations and discoveries made, possible many of our activities loday." era" sec as the beginning of a drjvc lo net Ihc 1368 Republican presidential nomination. Nixon's strategy, apparently, Is to emphasize his knowledge One of Nixon's top aides slrossccl Sunday lhat Ihe lour will nol be a business trip for his New York law firm, as previous ones have been described. New York Stocks Texas GS 107 Chrysler 34% RCA -.. 47 3 /4 AT&T 57% Dow 70 Xerox 245% CM 72'A Pan Amer i 57 Ford 45% W'house 54'/z US Steel 42 Curtis Pub 12 Comsat 56 Amcr. Motors 9% Sears 51 Parke Davis 26 Gen. Elccl 85% Beth. Steel 33Vi Reynolds Tob 37% Standard NJ 61 Holiday Inn 47% Ark-La 38 Vi Ark-Mo 12 5 ,« Divco-Wayne 29'/4 Arkansas News Briefs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) James M. Bayne, a native of Piggolt, Ark., Sunday was named chief of the construction projects office of NASA's Electronics Research Center. Bayne was for 18 months chief of the facilities prograrr .office at NASA's Manned Spacecraft Center at Houston Tex. LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The Slate Police annual report .on traffic accidents shows that 674 persons died in Arkansas in 1966.,- • The report alo showed that 116 youths 15-19 years of age were'killed. More than twice as many men, 509, as women, 172, were lulled. FORT SMITH, Ark. (AP) Robert Heusel of Hot Springs was named Arkansas' outstanding young educator by the Arkansas Junior Chamber of Commerce here Saturday night. The Jaycees' boss of the year award went to Lewis Hula Jr of Stuttgart. Harold Coggins of England won the physical fitness award and Bobby Jones of England won the outstanding farmer award. About 700 Jaycees and Jay- c-cdtles attendey the state convention here where the presentations were made during an awards banquet. IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS BESSIE RAY FORD (GOSS) Plaintiff vs. No. 17,019 VERL1N LEE FORD, Defefl dant. WARNING ORDER The Plaintiff, Bessie Ray Ford (Goss) is hereby warned to appear in the Chancery Court foi the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas within thirty (30) days and answer the Motion of the Defendant, Verlin Lee Ford. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of said Court and the seal thereof on this 24th day of February, 1967. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Geraldlne Listen (SEAL) Gardner Sleinsiek 115 North 2nd Street Blytheville, Arkansas Attorneys for Defendant Elbert S. Johnson 118 West Walnut Blytheville, Arkansas Attorney ad Litem 2-27, 3-6, 13, 20 liiiliiiHiiiiiiiiiiiniiniiiiiiMiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiinniiiiiin lerrtcei By CoU FUNERAL HOME DION1TV HIRAM W. WVME, services 2 p,m, today from Cobb dispel. * * * MRS. MARY SCOTT, services 2 p.m. Tuesday from Cobb chapel. REVIVALISTS — Rev. and Mrs. 11. F. Crews lead revival, services at First Church of the Nazarene March 1-12. Services will be held at the church (First and Sycamore) daily at 7:30 p.m. and are open lo the public. Revival At Clear Lake A revival, reported last week as slated for Trinity Baptist Church, is being conducted at Clear Lake Baptist Church. Services began Sunday and will be held nightly until March . Evangelist is Rev. Paul Kirkindall. Music will be under the direction of J. A. Haynes Jr. Pastor is S. W. Davis. The public is invited. WARNING ORDER In [he Chancery Court, Chickasawba District,. Mississippi County, Arkansas PATRICIA ANN BROWN, Plaintiff, vs. No. 17,067 DENNIS BROWN, Defendant. The defendant, Dennis Brown is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Patricia Ann Brown. Dated this 17th day of February, 1967 at 1:30 o'clock p.m. H. G. Partlow, Jr., Attorney Everett E. Harber, Ad Litem GERALDINE LISTON/ Clerk By Betty Coats. D. C. 2-20, 27, 3-G, 13 Remember Pay Your Paper Boy '-10 Monday evening 5:30 SERENADE Arturo Toscanini conducts the music of.Wagner. 6:30 WHAT'S NEW The Brave Boys. A safari in Kenya and Tanzania, Africa. 7:00 ALL ABOARD That's It! You Don't Have a Guitar! Preschoolers learn about guitars. 7:30 CHANNEL 10 TRAVELS j Jamaica - No Place Like Home. Fun in the sun in the Caribbean. 8:00 SHOWCASE To Be Announced. Presented in cooperation with the Memphis Arts Council. 8:30 THE FRENCH CHEF Le Marquis au Chocolat. A delicious chocolate butter sponge cake. 9:00 N.E.T. JOURNAL Topic to he announced. + * * Tuesday afternoon 2:45 SOCIAL SECURITY IN ACTION Discussion. Federal benefits and elder citizens. 3:00 TAX TALK Filing the return. CPA Roy Gilia details the steps in compiling and mailing your Income Tax Return. 3:30 THE FRENCH CHEF Le Marquis au Chocolat. A delicious chocolate butter sponge cake. 4:00 WHAT'S NEW The Brave Boys. Second of two half-hours on an African safari in Kenya. 4:30 N.E.T. JOURNAL Topic to be Announced. 5:30 SERENADE Symphony No. 9 in D, by Beethoven, with the NBC Symphony Orchestra. PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED Al SECOND CLASS MAIL Blythevtlle courier News BLYIHEV1LLE. ARK. ZIP - 72315 Harry W. Ilalncs. EMiblisber 3rd at Walnut Sts. . Blvtheville. Ark. rubllshed dally except Sunday Second class postage paid at Ely* thevllle. Ark. HOME DELIVERY RATES In Biytheville and towns in the Blytheville trad* territory. Dally 3Sc per week BV HAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Within SO miles of Blythevllle $8.00 per year More than 50 miles from BIyth«Tllle $18.00 per year TONIGHT ON HIGHWAY PATROL 6:00 MARSHAL DILLOH . 6:30 MR, TERRIFIC 7:00 Stanley is forced into a boxing bout with Killer Kane when ho enrolls in a gym suspected to be a front for counterfeiters. (Color) LUCY SHOW 7:30 Lucy attempts to save banker Mooney's job by securing the account of a millionaire country- music singer. Ernie Ford and Back Porch Majority are guests. (Color) ANDY GRIFFITH 8:00 "When Helen sells a manuscript and Is too busy for Andy, Floyd and Goober try to chaer him with the advantages of .having a wealthy author for a •wife. (Color) FAMILY AFFAIR (Color). ..8:30 French, showing off his ability to speak Chinese, unwittingly insults the araall daughter of a Chinese diplomat. TO TELL THE TRUTH (Color) 9:00 I'VE GOT A SECRET (Color) 9:30 10 O'CLOCK NEWS & WEATHER (Color) with FRED COOK. Now a full 20-minute» report with expanded coverage of local »nd national new*, 1 THE LATE MOVIE.. 10:20 First TV Showing! (Color) Tammy And The Bachelor Dobbit Riynoldt Waltor Briniun Both Hays Super Markets in Blytheville Open 8 A.M. Until Midnight Every Day - Monday Thru Saturday Plantation, 8 or., 10 et BISCUITS "" can 5 C Reg. 79e, 5 et, Stainless Steel GILE1TE BLADES 2 for Frosty Acres, 6 oz. frozen ORANGE JUICE 13< Del Monte No. 211 Can, 12 Oz. Mrs. Butlenvorth's (Free Pitcher) APRICOT NECTAR 100 SYRUP i«, 590 INSTANT COFFEE 69c POTT ED ME AT I Oo •__..._. . Cl_l LI.,., A Cir "VTn Qfifl 17 C\T KRAFT OIL Hunts 20 Oz., Family Size Schoolday, 4 Sv., No. 300, 17 Oz. 490 EARLY JUNE PEAS 120 Hunts 20 Oz., Family Size Knife &.Fork, No. 2^; 29 Oz. •' CATSUP 250 SW POTATOES 5 For $1 All Flavors, 30 Oz. Garden Club 6 Oz. ROYAL GELATIN 60 MUSTARD 80 BLACK PEPPER 50 GREAT NORTH. 100 Hy-Power, No. 2'/ 2 , 29 Oz. . Bremmers, 12 Ct. Jumbo TAMALES 3 SI CHOCOLATE PIES 350 12 Pkg. Rolls '/i Lb. Tie BROWN & SERVE 190 UPTON TEA 360 WR 2 Lbs Razorback, 22 Oz. Whole PANCAKE MIX 290 DILL PICKLES 290 BACON Reelfoot Premium Sliced ib. 49' FRESH EGGS Grade A Small 3 DOZ. 99' Country BACK RIBS Quarter, Sliced PORK LOIN Fresh Sliced Beef Liver Ib 49 c Keys Choice Heavy Calves Hays Choice Heavy Calves, T Bone or SIRLOIN STEAK 89d Hays Choice Heavy Calves BONELESS RUMP Ib 800 Hays Choice Heavy Calves CLUBSTEAKS Lb 790 Hays Choice Heavy Calves BEEF RIB STEW 490 Farm Fresh Fryer Parts Fresh Fryer BREASTS ,,,390 Farm fresh fryer LEGS & THIGHS ,390 Farm Fresh FRYER BACKS 150 Farm Fresh FRYER LIVERS ,690 PORK CHOPS c -ib 69 New Stor« Hours: Op. i Monday thru Saturday, So.rn.tilMidnite Prices Good thru Wednesday We The Right To Limit Purchases None Sold for Resale 2 Convenient Laeat : «m 200 Ea.t Main St. 421 Smith 21tt S»

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