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(Art.)' Courier ff«ws - Saturday, March' 18, 1967 - Page M/JW7O JUST SHAKEN — Attendents from Howard Funeral Service remove Judy Hunt, 20, of 2030 West Chcikasawba from the scene of an automobile accident which occurred on Walnut and Broadway at 2:09 p.m, yesterday. Mrs. Hunt, who is expecting a baby, was taken to the Blytheville Air Force Base Hospital and held overnight for observation. She waa re- leased this morning with no injuries having been found other than bruises of the leg. Driver of the other vehicle was Mary Bassett, 21, of 1301 Church St., Jonesboro. No charges were filed and no other injuries were reported. (Courier New« Photo) OSWALD (Continued from Page One) volved "triangulation of crossfire," diversionary shooting, a possible flight to Mexico and Cuba, the sacrificing of one man as a scapegoat to permit the others to escape. Of the three alleged conspirators, only Shaw, who stepped down as managing director of the International Trade Mart here 16 months ago, is alive. Oswald was shot fatally by Jack Ruby, in the Dallas police station two days after the Nov. 22, 1963 assassination of Kennedy. Ferrie, former airlines pilot with a homosexual record, was found dead in bed last Feb. 22. The coroner ruled his death resulted from natural causes — an a-neurysm of a blood vessel in the brain. Shaw, a rugged 6-foot-2, gray- haired man with erect military bearing, Was calm and stoic when the decision was read. Deepening lines in his face and bloodshot eyes, however showed the strain he has beei under since his arrest March 1 When arrested, Shaw called Garrison's charge "fantastic.' He denied having any part in t conspiracy and said, "I am completely innocent of any suc u charges." The Warren Commission found that Oswald was the as sassin of Kennedy, but the Nev Orleans judges refused to admi the commission's report as evi dence in the hearing. "This report is fraught wit hearsay. Hearsay four or fiv times removed," Judge Eager said Wednesday in announcin the 2-1 vote on rejecting th commission's findings. Garrison produced two wi nesses who linked Shaw an Oswald, New Orleans born ex Marine who defected to the Sc viet Union, then returned afte three years. Oswald, the Warren repor documented, was in New 0 leans from early April 1963 unt Sept. 25, 1963. Vernon Bundy, 29, an admi ted narcotics addict, walke over to Shaw in court Frida and put his hand over the at cused's head, identifying him a the man he saw with Oswa' here on the Lake Pontchartra seawall. Neither Bundy nor Russo tc tified before the Warren Com mission. They were not que tioned by federal agents in th case, either. U.S. Atty. Gen. Ramsay Cla said Shaw was investigated b the FBI and cleared of any pa in the assassination. Shaw sa earlier this month he was n aware of any FBI probe of activities. Ferrie gave a statement to the FBI shortly after the assassination. Garrison had arrested him briefly three days after the slaying in Dallas. The Warren Commission said it had found no evidence that Oswald was involved with any person or group in a conspiracy, but it noted: "Because of the difficulty of proving negatives to a certainty the possibility of others being Involved.. .cannot be establshed categorically." The court released Shaw on his present 110,000 bond which Shaw posted several hours after his March 1 arrest by Garrison, Russo said he knew Oswald M "Leon Oswald" and Shaw as "Clem Bertrand." Russo admitted he had been bypootind thru ttaw whll« idgecrest levival Starts Revival services begin tomor- watRidgecrest Baptist lurch. Services will be hsld nightly rough March 25. Tommy Carney will be the vangelist. The services will be held each /ening at 7:30. Today In History OEO Arkansas News Briefs !y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) Jefferson County Circuit ^ourt jury deliberated for about 0 minutes Friday and acquitted Glenn Norton, 52, of Pine Bluff of a charge of operating a gambling house. The defense did not call any witnesses in the one-day trial. The defense contended that the tate did not prove that Norton was gambling. The trial was the first before a jury on a gambling charge hi Jefferson County in 20 years. RECTOR, Ark. (AP) — John .'ielder, 86, of Rector was killed Friday when he was struck by a train while walking across some tracks near city hall. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Saturday, March 18, the 77th day of 1967. There ars 288 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1937, an explosion of natural gas destroyed the consolidated school in New London Texas, 10 minutes before classes were to be dismissed. Some 411 pupils and teacher lost their lives. . On this date: In 1800, Gerald Hallock, journalist and a founder of The Associated Press, was born. In 1837, the 22nd president of the United States, Cover Cleveland, was born. In 1844, Russian composer Rimsky-Korsakov was born. In 1939, Nazi Germany re called it ambassador to Lon don. In 1940, Adolf Hitler and Ben ito Mussolini conferred at th Brenner Pass. Ten years ago — Philippin Vice President Carlos Garcia was sworn in as the sixth pre ident of the Philippine. Five years ago — After mor than seven years of strife which cost an estimated 210,00 lives and $20 billion, a Moslem uprising against French rule i Algeria formally was ended. One year ago — Pope Pau VI eased some Vitican restrk tions on marriages between Cal holies and person of other faith LITTLE ROCK (API-Herbert McAdams, a Jonesboro lanker, was named chairman of the Arkansas Industrial Development Commission Friday. McAdams succeeds L. L. Baxter of Fayetteville whose term expired. Elmer D. Yancey, a Searcy banker, was re-elected vice chairman and Cass S. Hough of Rogers and James Binder of Little Rock were sworn in as new members. (Continued from Page One) f similar education projects; hese involving senior citizens nd three young men who could ot qualify for the Job Corps ecause they did not have the asic reading skills needed to omplete application forms. In Wilson, the center told of ! basic adult education, senor citizens and health services rograms. Several employes of the cen- ers commented to Berry on need for additional equipment and teachers. * . * * Berry concluded his visit to rie area with a conference in tenphis with Mayor William ngram late yesterday. Daily Record Traffic Accidents ROGERS, Ark. (AP) - Em- ployes of Daisy Manufacturing Co.', here defeated union proposals by the International Union of Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers and the United Steel Workers. The vote was 349 against a union to 103 for IEU and 65 for United Steel. News Briefs SAN RANCISCO (AP) Nostalgic San Francisco i about to spend $8,000 to restor the cable car barn to its 187 gaslight look. The San Francisco Publi Utilities Commission has or dered the depot at Washingto and Mason Streets returned t it original appearance. Sandblasting will remove th paint down to the original brick gaslights will be installed at th entrance. A duplicate of th awning destroyed in the 1906 earthquake and fire will be fitted. Charges of reckless driving were filed against Michael Wheat, 16, of 220 Eastwood after his car left the road at Division and McHaney 8:43 p.m. yesterday. Wheat sustained injuries of undetermined extent. 1:00 PLAY OF THE WEEK Uncle Harry. Harry Quin> cey's two sisters manager to break up his romance witn Lucy,, who now is engaged to another man. Harry plots to get rid of his sisters to again gain Lucy's favor. Ray Wai. ston, Betty Field, Ruth Ford Paul Hartmann and Jeff Don. nell star in Thomas Job's play. 3:00 THE FRENCH CHEF Turkey Soup. Julia Chil( prepares two kinds: delicious bouillon and a curried turkey. For a main dish, | Julia makes diced turkey 1 casserole, called 'Salpicon.' 3:30 N.E.T. PLAYHOUSE Knife in the Water. A psychological crisis involving ttiree forceful personalities locked together on a small boat. This drama was the winner from Poland of the International Film Critics Award at the 1962 Venice Festival. 5:00 TAX TALK Filing the Return. CPA Roy Gillia details the steps In com pleting your In c o m e Tax Form and prepare it for mailing. Presented in Cooperation with the local chapter, National Association of Accountants. 5:30 KOLTANOWSKI ON CHESS Luck is a Lady. Master player George Koltanowski talks about ttie Chess Goddess, Cai- ssa, invented by the Germans Final program in the series. Monday afternoon 2:45 SOCIAL SECURITY IN ACTION Discussion. Federal benefits and the elder citizen. 3:00 WONDERFUL WORLD OF BROTHER BUZZ Lost, Traveller's Aid helps to find a lost youngster visiting his aunt. 3:30 THE BIG PICTURE Weekly Report. The U. S. Army in action around the world. 4:00 WHAT'S NEW Living World. How to establish feeding stations for birds. 4:30 THE WORLD OUTDOORS The Winter Woods. Tennessee Charlie is host. 4:45 PARLONS FRANCAIS Conversational French. Second-year study the easy, casual way. 5:00 GREAT DECISIONS New .Deal in Chile: Will Revolution with Liberty Succeed? OBITUARY Forman Jackson Services for Forman Jackson, 73, who died Tuesday in Ken- •nedy Veterans Hospital in Memphis, will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church In Gilmore by Rev. L. H. Hood. Burial will be in Pilgrim Rest Cemetery, Grumpier Funeral Home in charge. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Bertha Jackson of Gilmore; One sister, Mrs. Minnie Jackson; And one brother, Duncan Jackson, both of Roxie, Miss. JOHNSON (Continned from Page One) .IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF T, F. (Doc) DEAN, Deceased. No. 4487 NOTICE Last known address of decedent: 1321 West Walnut, Blytheville, Arkansas. Date of Dealh: February 24, 1967. An instrument dated September 7, 1962, was on the 10th day of March, 1967, admitted to pro>ate as the Last Will on the a- jove named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed Sxecutor thereunder. A contest of the probate of the Will can be effected only by filing a Petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims a- ganist the estate must exhibit jiem, duly verified, to the undersigned wihin six (6) months from the date of the first publication of this Notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This Notice first published the llth day of March, 1967. Robert F. Dean, Executor. c/o Graham Sudbury, Attorney P. 0. Box 245 Blytheville, Arkansas 3-11, 18 ohead and, one top official said, a central point of the Guam talks would be to have "the old team and the new take stock together." In addition to the Bunker- Lodge shift, Deputy Ambassador William J. Porter will be replaced soon by Eugene Locke, no* ambassador to Pakistan. Robert Komer, a Johnson assistant, will move to Saigon to l.-ike charge of the pacification program. A number Of American civilian officials at lower levels are in line for rotation to other assignments. Just why Johnson has decided on such a far-reaching turnover of civilian personnel at this time has yet to be explained. Officials insisted, however, that there would be no overnight changing of the guard — that the new men would be "phased in" over a period of weeks. I They said the objective was to achieve a smooth transition. Another big mystery concerns he future of the pacification program. Asked why Johnson decided to Ty all the way to Guam, instead of to Honolulu where he met Ky, Lodge and Westmoreland 13 months ago, one White House source said: "It's a good business-like place. There are no diversions." He said the talks would be the equivalent of a two-day meeting of the National Security Council. IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF: CHARLES ALFORD, DECEASED. NO. 4491 NOTICE Last known address of decedent: 100 East Ash Street, Blytheville, Arkansas. Date of death: March 12, 1967. The undersigned was appointed Administrator of the Estate of the above name decedent on the 17th day of March, 1967. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned wkithin six (6) months from the date of the first publi<- cation of this Notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published this 18th day of March, 1967. E. M. Johnson, Administrator c/o Graham Sudbury, Attorney P. 0. Box 245 . Blytheville, Arkansas 3-18, 23 Most of the rivers of Siberia flow northward into the Arctic Ocean. liiniiiUiiiiiiliiiiliiniiiunniiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiuBinH Services Bj Remember Pay Your Peper Boy FUNERAL HOME PFC. FREDDY FRIAR, 2 p.m. Sunday, Cobb chapel. * * * SGT. CHARLES KENNEDY, I p.m. Saturday, Cobb chapel. PRIVILEGES MJIKORIZED ill SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytheville Courier Ncwi BLYTHEVILLE, ARK ZIP - 12315 Harry W. Haines, Publisher 3rd at Walnut Sts. Blvthevllle. Ark. "ubllshed dally except Sunday Second class postage paid at Blytheville. Ark HOME DELIVER? RATES In Blytheville and towns In the Blytheville trade territory Daily 35c per week BY MAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Within 50 miles of Blytheville S8.00 per year M"re than 50 miles from Blythevllle $18.00 per year CORRECTION /•I CHEVROLET Caprice 4 door sports soft I dan, 396 T-Hydramatic AM-FM radio, stereo tape player, power steering & brakes, power seats and windows, yinyl root, 5 year or 50,000 mile warranty, list $4954.00. $3749 BOB SULLIVAN CHEVROLET - CADILLAC CO. 301 W. Walnut Ph. PO 3-4578 Open Evenings and Sat. Afternoon Weather yesterday's high—53 gSSuo'n Veviou. M houn (to 7 a.m. today)—none Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—6.5 < Sunset today—8:10 Sunrise tomorrow—6:06 This Date A Year Ago Yesterday's high—76 i^TSfl to dat.-n.49 Corned Beef Just Zoomed ST. LOUIS, Mo. (APj - An Italian butcher at a St. Louis supermarket described the Irish today as "just pure gold." He said that during the week of St. Patrick's Day, sales of corned beef zoomed. 'In an ordinary week we sell from 700 to 1,000 pounds of corned beef. So far this week we've sold over 32,000 pounds," he butcher said. being interrogated by Garrison's aides. Dr. Esmond Fatter, a physician and hypnosis expert, testified Friday he had given Russo a post-hypnotic suggestion "to present the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth and to be calm, cool and collected." Shaw's attorneys filed more than 50 formal exceptions during the hearing, laying the groundwork for possible appeals. The exhaustive testimony un hypnotism and use of sodium pentothal —the so-called truth serum — drew a continuing stream of defense objections. Such testimony, argued defense attorney F. Irving Dymond, would not be permitted in • trial. H* uid the prosecution was trying "to slip it in the back door" by getting it into the record of the preliminary hearing. Transcript of the preliminary hearing automatically goes into the trial record and cannot be blocked by SALEM, Mass. (AP) - Salem harbor, a privateering and merchant port in the early 1800s that brought fortunes to New England sea captains, will be reclaimed from mud as part of the Salem maritime national historic site. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has called for bids for a dredging operation and the national park service, plans a warehouse for examples from cargoes of that time. BURLINGTON, Vt. (API-Police in Vermont's largest city have decided to put the new police under surveillance. Police Chief Arthur Carron says continued vandalism at the new building will necessitate closer monitoring of the area by patrolmen. Vandals have been breaking the windows of the new police station as fast as they are Installed. Glue Sniffers Try Lighter Fluid MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - Hippie- dippies who sniff airplane glue for kicks can't do it anymore in Miami. City commissioners passed an ordinance Friday banning the sale to persons under 18 of model glue that gives off toxic vapors. Model kits may contain only enough glue for construction of the model. But Commissioner M. Athalie Range, who proposed the ordinance, said the teen-boppers already have a new way of getting high - inhaling vapor from cigarette lighters. America's third President, Thomas Jefferson, had a surefire cure for indigestion - a few- miles' rlda en • spirited borsa. Jackie on Vacation ACAPULCO, Mexico (AP) Mrs. John F. Kennedy, her «is ter, Prlncen Lee Radziwill, and their families arrived by plane Friday night for a 10-day ipring vacation. The party included Mrs. Ken nedy'* children, Carolina and John; Prince Stanislas Radzi will; and the RadziwiUi' ehil Chriiud Anthony. You, too, can have DOLLARS for A rainy day if you Use the COURIER NEWS CLASSIFIED PAGES To sell your Unneeded items.

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