The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1960 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 13, 1960
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 19M N.Y. SeeksYouthful Bombers NEW YORK (AP)-A home- mad* bomb exploded in a subway »talion bwisath Times Square Wednesday, shattering Irain windows and knocking over dozens o( victims. At least 34 persons were injured, none seriously. H was the third device to explode in 11 days in the Times Square area. The explosion and gush ot black smoke touched oft momentary panic as the bomb went off behind a self-service automatic pholo-taking machine near a Times Square-Grand Central Terminal shuttie train which was just loading. The blast, which also destroyed • metal clothing locker, was felt •t street level and some windows rattled in adjacent buildings. Two Youths Fle« Witnesses said they saw two youths, their faces powder-blackened, race from the blast scene, Transit Authority Inspector Pal rick J. Coughlin. 49, said he over hejrd one of the pail-say "we gol too close, I lost my hat" and the other reply "I lost my hat, loo.' Two hats were found near the blast scene. Two youths picked up for ques tioning shortly atterlhe explosion were questioned and released. In both previou* bomb explosions, eyewitnesses lold of two youths fleeing from the scene. Last Sunday, in Bryant Park adjacent to the Public Library at 2nd street and Fifth Avenue, a imb went oft but .no one was jured. The first blast on Sunday, ct. 2, in which seven persons ere injured, cam* from shrub- ery in Duffy Square near the orthern rim of Times Square. .ion Bite Victim Well Two Arrests On Same Charge DETROIT » — Within tw »nd a half hours Jesse Hall wen to jail twice on the same drivin charge Wednesday. He was locked up for drivin without » license. And police pu his car in a parking.lot. To their surprise the same policemen saw him driving th same car again later. His wil had posted $25 bond for his re lease. Hall said he thought tha entitled him to drive. But th police didn't »gre«. They put him back hi jail. Negro Deaths Commodity And Stock Markets - WOW «COTAT1ON§ New Yirfc Cotton Mar . May July Oct . Dec . 3182 2322 , 3263 3136 3135 3183 3222 3263 3167 3135 3182 3221 3261 3136 3182 3221 3261 3167 3135 3135 Chicago Corn JOfiH 108H Dec ... lar ... May ... 108 Vi NORRISTOWN, Pa. (AP) — 'hilip A. Berkes, 38, of Norris- own, has been discharged from lontgomery Hospital following iree ampulations of the finger nd left arm after a lioness bit im. Berkes was discharged from he hospital Monday as cured, it vas"disclosed Wednesday. The lospilal said the last amputation, he upper art of the arm near he shoulder, apparently had stop- led Ihe read of infectious bac- eria. On Sept. 24 Berkes was making visit to a zoo when a lioness snapped off the tip of the little finger of his left hand. The spread of the infection resultec in the amputation <rf the finger I hen the lower part of the arm and finally the upper arm. Chicago Soybean* 213>/S New York Stocks E IV, Douglas Air 281 Gen Motors 43}s Ford 66k, JOE 115'A 115H Mov an Mar ,Iay 218'.k 222 224VJ 21354 216V< 222 lit 224 % 213ft 218 224H 224V! N Y Central ............... 16'A U S Steel 'hillips AT&T Sears Montgomery Ward Coca Cola 74$ 481 93V 51' 65 Amer.Tobacco 62V Greyhound 20*8 BURDETTK QUEEN — Burdette Junior High Homecoming Queen Janet Scrape it pictured a> she was escorted Monday night by Captain Marcus Gunler (right) and Co-Captain Danny Duncan. (Photo by Jinx) Merfln Andersen, Jr. Services for Meryin Anderson, Jr., age three months, will be conducted tomorrow at 11 a.m. at Home Funeral Home chapel by Hev. G. H. Con away. Burial will be in Sandy Hidge Cemetery. He leaves his father, Mervin Anderson, Sr., his mother, Lula B. Andrson; two sisters, Mary Magdalene Anderson and Margaret Lee Anderson, all tt Burdette. (Continued from Page 11 hand-rolled cigarette in his lips Frances brushed occasionally a her straight blond hair. She wore blue jeans over a pair of khaki pants and t flannel shirt. Sh wore low boots, with no socks. At one point an officer told the pair to look at a camera pointed by a news photographer. "I don't want to look at no camera," Joe narled. Troopers said both had been cooperative since the capture. They were led to jail with hands cuffed «hind their backs. Argentic States Services for Argentia Stales, 61, who died in Missouri, will be conducted Sunday at 2 p.m. at St. Paul Baptist Church in Steete by Rev. Prezell McCullough. Burial will be in Steel* Cemetery. He leaves tus wife;Lucinda States; one sister, and three brothers. Home Funeral HOBS* • in charge. UVESTQCK NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP)—Hogs 10,000; slow; barrows and gilts 180 Ibs up opened 15-25 lower; later 25-35 lower; 170 Ib down uneven but mostly steady; sows steady to 25 lower; 1-3 180250 Ib 18.00-35; 1-3 sows 400 Ib down 15.00-16.75. 'Cattle 1,700, calves 500; one lot choice steers 25.00; scattered sales good 23.00 - 24.00; standard and low good 20.00-22.50; good and choice heifers an mixe yearlings 22,00-24.00; prices generally steady on all classes; utility and commercial cows 13.50 15.50; canners and cutters 10.0014.00; vealers and slaughter calves steady; good and choice vealers 22.00-28,00; standard and g o o c Errant Ram Causes Wreck OAKLAND, Calif. (AP)-C. A. Bankhead's ram wandered onto a road some 18 months ago and caused one car to swerve into another in a head-on collision, he Livermore sheepman agreed o pay $90,000 damages Wednesday. Dr. Norman A. Lussier, «5, Bethal dentist, driver of the car hat swerved, also agreed to pay $60,000 to Edward 0. Schoenwald, 51, and his wife, Sylvia, 45, of Santa Clara, both ..badly injured. The Schoenwalds had asked $200,000 damages from Bankhead ant Dr. Lussier. State Police Lt. Paul McDonald 1 17 -°° and cn °' c ' . said 30 to 35 troopers, assisted slaughter calves 1700-23.00; util r \ it., __J ,. i _ n J .. ...l 14 AA -10 ru\ f/nora Howard Services -for Elnon Howard, SS, who died at.the home of her tister in Luxora Sunday, will be conducted Sunday at Progressive Baptist Church in Blytheville by Rev. L. f. Burton. Burial will be in Ml. Zion Cemetery. She leaves her husband, Willy Howard; two sons, Walter Wells and Earl Sawyer, Jr., both of Argo, 111.; Two sisters, Ophelia Donald, Luxora, and Susie Carter, Blytheville; and four grandchildren. Horne Funeral Home it in charge. by a number of sheriff's officers, participated in the final day of Ihe hunt, which climaxed more han two weeks of intensive trailing. Troopers had vowed to stay in the remote area north of here until they flushed out Hilder- orand, who had been sentenced to prison for kidnapping and robbing a tourist couple and leaving them tied to trees. Fresh Trial Officers caught a fresh trail of the pair when a man reported having seen Hilderbrand in a car in the Fort Douglas area six or eight mile* from where they were captured. McDonald «aid Mr *n^ Mr* Melvin Campbell, who live in the are*, had given the fugitives breakfast. Hilderbrand and the girl said they were hunters who had been lost, McDonald reported, and got the Campbells to drive them to Fort Douglas. Hilderbrand said he became aware of the intensive search later in th* day when a plane swooped over them. McDonald said Troopers, «c- Suei His Church MEMPHIS, Tenn (AP)—Sam Levitch has filed a $10,000 injurj suit against his church. and standard 13.00-18.00. Cribbing Cop? DETROIT AP) — A Wayne County deputy sheriff may lose his job because he had notes on lectures which hadn't yet been de livered by his instructor in training class run by the Detroi Police Department. TJndersheriff William C. GOSNEI.L ROYALTY — GosneH Junior High Theyjeigned at GoraeH-BurdeH* Homecoming Queen Linda Wood is blanked by Gosnell, 7-6. maids Barbara Burcham (left) and JoElla Todd. Stan Tosses Pistol, Dies PHILADELPHIA (AP)-An expectant mother, who went into hock after a pistol her husfcand )layfully tossed at her went off accidentally and killed him, was under sedation today awaiting the birth of a fifth child. Doctors at Presbyterian Hospi:al said Maragaret McCann, 30, was in good condition. They said they foresaw no complicalions in the delivery of the baby, expected soon. Edward M. McCann Jr., 31, tossed the. automatic pistol to Margaret as he kidded her Wednesday for being fearful of the weapon. "Here, it won't bile you," he remarkedd. As Mrs McCann caught the weapon, it discharged. A bullet struck McCann in the temple. Bounces Bride Levitch claims he was hurt when he stumbled and fell while leaving Baron Hirsch synagogue one night last December. The suit, filed Wednesday, said a caretaker had turned off the lights outside th« synagogue. said the deputy, Dolzier McDonald, 29, had his class notebook inspected by the teacher. . "The instructor found McDonald refuged to say where he got the notes. Ryan said he would ask the Vayne County Civil Service Commission to fire McDonald. SARASOTA, Fla. (AP) — A bridegroom of less than a month Ryan' says he's going to trade his motor DIDNT USE HIS HEAD SALEM, Va. W!—Benny L. Tice of Roanoke bought a 1951 sedan here for 36 cents. "I didn't use my head, just my feet,'" said Tice. The bargain was offered to the man with the big gest feet. Tice wears No. 15 shoes "I needed the car," said Tice, "and I found 74 cents under the front seat when I got home." Read Courier News Classified! cycle in on a car. James M. Blounf, 24, took his bride, 46, for a spin Tuesday night. She toppled off when the motorcycle hit a bump and Blunt was two miles down the road before he missed her. Mrs. Blount was treated at a hospital for cuts and bruises but was well enough to ride home on the motorcycle. ATTENTION - Maj. L. L. Loberg of Ft. Chaffee's inspector general's office Tuesday night made the annual inspection of the 4th Howitzer Battalion of the Army Reserve unit in Blytheville. (Courier Newi Photo) Actor Hospitalized HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Actor Steal Lift Doors NASHVILLE, Tenn .(AP)—Bargain hunlers were warned tday Raymond Burr, 43, television's lo beware, of anyone offering Perry Mason, is in Cedars of Leb- elevator doors for sale cheap, anon hospital for what his- physi- Policed said thieves stole 10 cian termed a checkup. mahogany-finished elevator doors, nostic tests. weighing 200 pounds apiece, from the St. Thomas Hospital grounds. Forty to 42 per cent of the medical discharges issued by the U.S. Army in World War H were for psychiatric disabilities. First electrically operated fire alarm system in the U. S. went into operation at Boston in 1852. HIS LIGHTS GO OUT MORRIS, Conn. (AP) — Gov. Abraham Ribicoff was about to address a political meeting here one night. "The governor will enlighten us. . . .," said the toastmaster— and then a flash of lightning—the lights went out. When the meeting resumed, Hibicoff quipped: "Once in a while, nature takes a hand in politics." quainted with the area from their long search, staked out several houses where they thought Hilderbrand might go. Tracy and Investigator Howard Chandler went to the Elmer Page home at the Treat community. Tracy • said he heard a gate squeak and flashed his light to Hilderbrand and the girt. He said he shouted for them lo drop their guns and they did. Larry Jackson Services for Larry Jackson, hvo weeks old son of Helen and Will Jackson of Dell, who died yesterday at Chickasawba Hospital were held at Graveside today at 11 a. m. at Green Grove Cemetery at Whistlevilie. He leaves, in addition to his parents, three sisters, Shirlej Ann, Mildred and Janice Marie; one brother, WiHy George, aU c« Dell; Three aunts and three uncle* Crumpler Funeral Horn* If in charge. Carde/to Green Services will be i 1 p.m. ten- day at Pilgrim Kest Baptist Church tor Cardelia Green, 70, who died yesUcd»y at )wr Home Hi Blytheville. Rev. Morgan, ptstor, Tin ofTic let* with burial in Ml. Zion Ceme t«ry. She k survived bjr M. nephewt and U niece*. Home Funeral Horn* it chirp. For Sale*. > acres of unimproved ground IS miles from Paris, Tennessee located on Big Sandy. Gravel road; elec- ricily available, Hottest fishing area on Kentucky Lake — $2,200.00. FOR SALE a grocery store doing wonderful cash Business. Can be bought by invoicing groceries and mying fixtures. The best money maker m this area. FOR SALE — FARM NO. 82 — Green* County, Arkansas. 751 Acres located on gravel road Northwest of Paragould, Arkansas. Mail route, school bus, electricity, two 4-room houses, grade A dairy barn, silo and other out-buildings. Approximately 600 acres under fence with 50 acres of bottom land. 400 Acres in permanent pasture; 11 acres cotton allotment; 3 stocK ponds. Will carry large number af Milk. Reasonably priced tnd good term*. Se« or Call Doc De«m Earls Farm & Loan gency Mien* 3-4052 The COMPUTE STORY of the 1960 Presidential Campaign from every corner of the land By this Great Team of ASSOCIATED PRESS Political Writers •y plwM, (ram, onto and bu* these experienced reporters art riding the campaign trails with Ihe candidate* and the leaders of both political parties. They probe the issues, report what lh* eandidcrte* do and say, and write about voters' reactions to continuing political development*. Trwic ttortet — and the ttoriet from other experienced poiitkal writers in AP bureaus — five you the fuH campaign picture. In the tradition of The Associated Press they present the Watth lor the stories from these Associated Press writers in BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS

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