The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 27, 1967 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 27, 1967
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Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier News — Monday, March 27, 1967 «- Page Three Daily Record Traffic Accidents One of the city police units received front end damage in en accident on McHaney and Eighth Streets at 12:14 a.m. Sunday. Involved in the collision were Floydel Haley, 31, of 1713 Jackson, a member of the police department, and Luther Burton, 53, of 106 East Roosevelt. Burton, who was reportedly on the wrong side of the road, was charged with driving while intoxicated, hazardous driving and leaving the scene of an accident. No injuries were reported. Vehicles operated by Ted Wahl, 40, of 1009 Rollison and John Wayne Griffin, 16, Luxora collided on Main and Lake Streets at 1:55 p.m. Sunday. There were no injuries and Griffin was charged with following too closely. t Lana Nowell, 16, of 416 East Kentucky and Sherrie Menter, 20, of 701 Rollison collided in their vehicles on North Sixth and Moultrie at 6:40 p.m. Saturday. The Menter woman was ticketed for failure to yield right-of- way and n» injuries were reported. An unidntified hit-and-run driver ran into a vehicle belonging to James C. McDowell, 19, of 400 West Hardin on Ash and llth Streets at 2:30 a.m. Sunday. There were no injuries and the incident is still under investigation. Jerry Payne, 26, Route Four, Box 137 was injured Sunday when his car collided with one operated by Robert Lee Harris, 17, Route Two, Box 458 on South Highway 61 and Central at 1:54 a.m. Harris was charged with leaving the scene of an accident and failing to yield right-of-way. Charges of driving while intoxicated and hazardous driving have been filed against Fred Stevenson, 57, of 313 Walker after his auto ran into a parked car belonging to Finess Lucius of 308 South First St. at the intersection of First and Vine Streets at 8:44 p.m. Saturday. No injuries were reported. wjcno Weather U. S. Weather Bureau Agricultural Service Reiser, Ark. Early morning low cloudiness crowds much of Arkansas. The sun will break through this morning. Weekend rain left beneficial rainfall amounts this weekend in the state. Heaviest amounts were recorded in the southeast half. Hot Springs recorded over two inches while Little Rock, Arkadelphia, Georgetown, Pine Bluff and El Dorado had an excess of one inch. Amounts over the remainder of the state were variable raining some .10 at Batesville to one-half inch at Fayetteville with near three-quarters of an inch in the northeast portion today. A mild fair-weather regime is expected for much of the week with the next rainy period about Friday or Saturday. Yesterday's highs were in the 60s and low 70s. Overnight lows were in the 50s and low 60s. The five-day outlook, 6 a.m. Tuesday to 6 a.m. next Sunday, calls for temperatures to average four to eight degrees above normal with a warming trend the latter half of the week. Normay highs 62 north to 70 south. Normal lows 41 north to 48 south. Total rainfall will average about one-half inch with local amounts near an inch. Scattered thundershowers most likely near the weekend. Rains over the weekend will result in several days delay getting back into land preparation. By Wednesday little field Vehicles operated by Ruth Jean Hetrick, 26, of 114 East "^Magnolia and Roberta D. Akin, &< Nashville, collided on Franklin and Missouri at 4:22 p.m. Sunday. No injuries were reported and the Akin woman was charged with failing to yield right-of- way. George Pate, 21, of 904 Pecan and Mary M. Perry, 40, of 605 Chickasawba were involved in a collision on Chickasawba and Sixth Streets at 9:45 p.m. Sunday. The Perry woman was charged with making an improper right turn and no injuries were reported. W. F. Bolin of 224 Lakewood reported to police that a hit- and-run driver damaged his car about 10 a.m. Sunday while it was parked near the intersection of Main and Eighth Streets. The accident is still being investigated. activity will be possible except on heavy soils where weekend rains were one inch. Saturday's high—78 Sunday's low—57 •yesterday's high—72 Overnight low—60 Weekend precipitation—.61 Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—7.31 This Date A Year Aso Yesterday's high—61 Overnight low—32 Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—11.69 Markets Open High Low Last Chicago Wheat May 175 ITSVi 175 177>A July 175% 178& 175 177«i Sept. 178% 182 178% 180% Chicago Soybeans May 286% 286% 286 286 July 286 286% 286 28614 Nov. 278Y4 278% 278% 278% New York Stocks Texas GS 106% Chrysler 40 7 /s Monday evening 5:30 SERENADE Death and Transfiguration by Strauss, played by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. 6:30 WHAT'S NEW National Parks. The Dinosaur National Monument in Utah- dinosaur graveyard. 7:00 ALL ABOARD Mozart, the Wonder Bay, and Dancing in the Barn. Fun for preschoolers. 7:30 CHANNEL ID TRAVELS Shopping in Japan. Tokyo department stores and bargains in small hamlets. 8:00 SHOWCASE To Be Announced. Presented in cooperation with the Memphis Arts Council. 8:30 THE FRENCH CHEF Jelly Roll. An orange - almond cake with strawberry filling. 9:00 N.E.T. JOURNAL Documentary. An examination of increased cigarette smoking in spite of health warnings. * + * Tuesday afternoon 2:45 SOCIAL SECURITY IN ACTION Discussion. Federal benefits and the elder citizen. 3:00 CONGRESS OF STRINGS Henry Lewis conducts Bach's 'Symphony No. 2 in B Flat Major.' 3:30 THE FRENCH CHEF Jelly Roll. An orange - almond cake with strawberry filling. 4:00 WHAT'S NEW Dinosaur National Monument. Unearthing the Bones of a Mrs. Wortham Mrs. Maggie Mae Worlham of Leachville died early this morning at Chickasawba Hospital. She was 71. She was a member of Brown's Chapel Baptist Church and had lived in the Leachville area most of her life. She leaves her husband, J. W. Wortham; Five sons, James, Roy and W. J, Wortham, all of Manila, Bobby and Billy Wortham, both of North Little Rock; A daughter, Mrs. Jewel Modglin of Greenfield, Ind.; Three brothers, Horace Brock of Farmington, Mo., Dow Brock of Steele and William Brock of Bruceton, Tenn.; Two sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Roberts and Mrs. Bessie Lynch, both of Flint, Mich.; Thirteen grandchildren and six great - grandchildren. Services will be at 2:30 p.m Tuesday at Brown's Chape Baptist Church with Rev. Don Smith officiating, assisted b y Rev. Thurlo Lee Burial will be n Manila Cemetery with Howard Funeral Serrice in charge. TANKER (Continued from Page One) resort, and the freshening gale hreatencd miles more of the mliday coastline. Prime Minister Harold Wilson nterrupted his vacation on the Stilly Islands for a meeting wit!) five Cabinet ministers and warned that the government was "not prepared to wait indefinitely and see the ship break up on the rocks with all the damage that would cause." Shortly after the tanker's back broke amidships and both her stern and bow were awash the British destroyer Delight went out at dawn to inspect the situation. The Dutch salvage tug Utrecht reported the big ship must be considered a total loss. CRIME WRECK (Continued from "age One) Statistics reveal that in 60 per cent of the cases of run- sway husbands their mothers- in-law live within five miles. 140 million - year - old animal 4:30 N.E.T. JOURNAL Documentary. An examination of increased cigarette smoking in spite of health warnings. 5:30 SERENADE Violin Concerto No. 2 in E by Bach, played by Oistrakh, violinist. VIET NAM (Continued from Page One) Bassac River to help one embattled post. Overhead a twin-engine C4 transport with fast-firing guns poking out of its side circled and laid down streams of fire on the attacking guerrilla. Two other C47s circled another embattled post a few miles away. In the hit and run manner o the delta war, the guerrilla; pulled back by dawn. ever, that while "every restriction that is placed on police procedures by the courts makes deterring or solving crimes more difficult it is also evident hat police procedure must be controlled somehow." A key court decision in ques- ioning of suspects was the Miranda case. The Supreme Court •uled that interrogation in the solated setting of a police sta- .ion, without counsel, consti- ;utes informal compulsion to confess. As if in answer to those who would amend the Constitution to make station house questioning constitutional, the commission said "it is too early to assess the effect of the Miranda decision on law enforcement's ability to secure confessions and to solve crimes. But this and other decisions do represent a trend toward finding by the judiciary that previously permitted police practices are unconstitutionally offensive to the dignity and integrity of private citizens." In a statement Sunday night Rep. Richard H. Poff, R-Va. chairman of a newly announcec Republican task force on crime said Congress should try to clarify Supreme Court rulings on rights of accused persons. He ify Supreme Court rulings on said the crime commission had (Continued from Page One) Springfield, driving a northbound 1965 Pontiac, pulled out to pass another vehicle and struck the Oiler car head-on. The body of the Oiler woman was removed to Delisle Funeral j •lome in Portageville pending' inal arrangments. The injured were taken to 'emiscol County Memorial Hos- lital in Hayti for emergency Ircatment. Weaver was charged with driving while intoxicated. He was not reported injured. WANTED TO BUY: STOCK COWS and FEEDER CATTLE 1,000 head stock cows and 500 head feeder calves or yearlings for Illinois rancher. Any size herd and no tests requlr- ;d on cows. Highest prices paid. Call James Kent, Farm- srs . Livestock . Commission Firm, Memphis. Day phone 1484778, Nile 379-1042. failed to make proposals to end what he called a confused situation. Poff praised the crime commission report in general, but disagreed with some details and said he fears "a mammoth police pyramid with it apex centered in Washington and its base spread into every precinct and hamlet in America." Services By FUNERAL HOME DIGNITY 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIBIIIIIHB* Knapp Shoes Send name and address to: MALCOLM JOHNSTON 1104 Laurant ED 3-1876 CarulhersviHe, Mo. NOTICE We have For Sale or Rent RAM SET AHD STAR POWER TOOLS And a Complete Line of Fasteners and Power Loads Huffman Bros. LUMBER CO. No. Hiway 61 PO 3-8123 LOCAL RCA 46% AT&T 60'/ B Dovr 78Y4 Xerox 285'A GM Pan Amer 67% Ford 52 W'house 53Y8 US Steel 45% Curtis Pub 13% Comsat 62% Amer. Motors 9% WINNERS Sears 51% Parke Davis 30% Gen. Elect 86'/s Beth. Steel 3? Reynolds Tob 41% Standard NJ 64% Holiday Inn 50% Ark-La 41 Ark-Mo 13 Divco-Wayne 30 James 0. Coleman, 46, of 806 Moultrie, a passenger in a vehicle driven by Clarence (Harry) Coleman, 37, of 300 Eastwood, was injured when their automobile collided with one operated by R. T. Reed, 45, Sikeston, in an accident on Main and Franklin at 8:40 a.m. Sunday. Coleman was charged with driving while intoxicated. Where's the Fire? A house fire at 1620 Stewart, 5:11 p.m. Saturday. A grass fire at 1013 South Elm, 8:55 a.m. Saturday. IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT .OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF GEORGE WILLIAM SEAMAN, Deceased, No. 4486 NOTICE Last know address of decedent: Ocala, Florida Date of Death: August 9, 1966. The undersigned was appointed Administrator of the estate of the above-named decedent on the 10 day of March, 1967. All persons having clainms »- ganst the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six (8) months from the date of the first publication of thii Notice or they NOTICE Mississippi County Will accept bids on a farm Tractor with the following specifications: Lights Deluxe Seat Tachometer Swing Drawbar 3 Pt. Hitch Dual Hydraulic Values w/con- nections Independent Power' Take-off Power Steering Hydraulic Draft Control Alternator Hydraulic Brakes Dry Air Cleaner Standard Transmission • 8 speed Adjustable wide front axle Diesel Engine with a min- of 85 Horsepower 18.4 x 34 x 34 Rice and Cane Tires with Chloride — Rear Tires 7.50 x 18 - Front Tires Rear wheel weights Bids will be open at 10 A.M. April 3, 1967, at the County Judge's Office, Blytheville, Arkansas. Bids should be submitted to the County Auditor, County Courthouse, Blytheville, Arkansas. WINS $50 Bennie Ousley, 32-B Cherokee Courts, Blytheville, Arkansas received $50.00 for his winning "Tigerino" ticket at Johnson's Esso in Blytheville, Arkansas. WINS $50 Mr. David Williams, Jr.; 309 Forrest Park Drive, West Memphis, Arkansas won $50.00 with his "Tigerino" ticket at Uggett's Esso, West Memphis, Arkansas. WINS $100 Miss Lors L. Lynn, 712 Johnson, Osceola, Arkansas received $100.00 for her winning "Tigerino" ticket at Gateway Esso, Osceda, Arkansas. COLOR Largest Picture Tube Made! 295 Sq. In. OTHER RECENT WINNERS! MRS. RUBY LANE Hardy, Ark. MR. Z. T. COKER Watout Ridge, Ark. Pfoy T/gcr/no of your fowl £sso Sf of M shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This Notice first published this 20th day of March, 1967. H. G. Partlow, Jr. Administrator P. 0. 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