Messenger-Inquirer from Owensboro, Kentucky (2024)

Messenger and Inquirer, July 8, 1965-5-A AUSSIE CLASSROOM: Donal Holt, who lives on a far outback sheep station, asks his teacher a question over the radio. Brother Malcolm studies his lesson. TODAY'S MARKETS OWENSBORO CORN, WHEAT New yellow corn, $1.36. New white corn, $1.65. Wheat, $1.30.

OWENSBORO SOYBEAN MKT. Soybeans, basis of 13 percent moisture, No. 1, yellow $2.76. No. 1, black, $2.65.

LOUISVILLE PRODUCE LOUISVILLE (AP) Broilers firm, supplies adequate. Heavy white hens and light hens ample. Delivered to plants: Broilers to heavy white hens 16, choice colored hens 10 to 11, light weight hens and old roosters 7. Egg prices unchanged. Supply ample, movement spotty.

OWENSBORO LIVESTOCK (As Quoted By Field Packing Co.) Hogs: 25 cents lower. U. S. No. 1, 180-220 U.

S. 2, 180-240 U. S. No. 3, 180-240 240- 280 lbs.

sows, 21.00. Calves: Steady. Prime, $25; choice good 20.50; commercial, utility, heavy slaughter calves, $16.00 down. Cattle: Choice steers and heifers, steady; good steers and heifers, 23.50; standard steers and heifers, steers and heifers, utility steers, steady; heifers and cows, steady, canners and cutters, steady, $9.00 to bulls, steady, $14.00 to $17.00, EVANSVILLE LIVESTOCK EVANSVILLE, Ind. (AP) USDA Hogs barrows and gilts 25 to 50 lower; 1-3 180- 240 lb 24.00-24.35; sows steady; 250-350 lb 21.00-22.00; 350-400 lb 20.00-21.25.

Cattle 600, no early sales; good and choice slaughter steers 24.00-26.50; utility cows 13.50- 15.00; utility and commercial bulls 16.00-17.50. Calves 100, no early sales; good and choice vealers 22.00- 25.00. Sheep 100, no early sales; choice and prime lambs 22.50- 23.00. LOUISVILLE LIVESTOCK LOUISVILLE (AP) Federal-State Market News Service Hogs 1100; barrows and gilts steady; sows 25 higher; 1-3 190- 240 lb 24.00-24.50; 260-280 lb 23.00- 23.50; 1-3 sows 300-400 lb 20.00- 21.00; 400-650 lb 19.00-20.00. Cattle 800; slaughter steers and heifers steady; cows steady to strong; bulls 50 lower; feeders steady; choice slaughter steers 27.00; mixed good and choice slaughter heifers 23.00-24.50; good 20.50-23.00; utility cows 12.50-15.00; commercial 15.00- New York Stock Prices Furnished by J.

J. B. Hilliard Son Dow- Jones Averages At Noon Today Ind. .93 RR. .54 off AlChem 48 New York Stock, AlumLtd 26 Alcoa AmCBrg AmCyan AmHmP AmMoto 72 AmTob Ampex An'cond Armco AshOil Avco BethStl BuddCo Chrys Co-Cola CorngG Deere DowChm 69 DuPont 233 EastKo Ford GenDyn GE GenFds GenMot GenTir Goody'r Grace GulfOil Hon Hooker IBM IntHar IntPap'r JonesL Kencot KU 84 Litton American Stock FelPet Over the These quotations of traded in the Kentucky market are furnished Association of Securities not represent actual are a guide to the these securities could (indicated by the cated by the Bid Ask ComLif Jessop COURT Application To Wed Elmer Ray Lynn, 18, of Owensboro, and Melba Joyce Carter, 17, of 2013 Gage Avenue, Owensboro.

Divorce Complaint Dismissed The divorce compiaint filed by Jimmie Snyder against her husband, George Snyder, of Dixianna Drive, in the Daviess Circuit Court on 1, 1964, was dismissed by Judge Dan M. Griffith in Division II of the court, on motion of the plaintiff's attorney. Marriage License Claude Edward Helm, 59, employe of Field Packing and Mary Evelyn Flaugher, 50, both of Owensboro. Divorce Suits Lambert Blue filed suit in the Daviess Circuit Court against his wife, Dorothy Blue, seeking a divorce on the grounds of cruelty. The plaintiff asks that the custody of their infant child be awarded the defendant, and he pay a reasonable support for the child.

Wanda Stewart filed suit against her husband, Charles Stewart, seeking a divorce on the grounds of cruelty. The couseparated June 12, 1965, according to the complaint. She asks to be restored to her maiden name of Wanda Vickers. Martha Allan Worthington Smith filed suit against her husband, Sherril Lee Smith, seeking a divorce on the grounds of cruelty. The couple married June 22, 1962, according to the complaint.

She asks to be restored to her former name of Martha Allan Worthington. Rosena C. Morris filed suit against her husband, Denford T. Morris, seeking a divorce on the grounds of cruelty. The couple married March 24, 1945, according to the complaint.

She asks custody of their four children, and $100 per month toward their support. Held To Grand Jury Thomas Hibbitt, charged with failure to stop and render aid, after a traffic accident, waived his hearing before Judge T. B. Birkhead in Quarterly Court, and was held to the grand jury. Hibbit was released on $200 bond.

David Lloyd, charged with being a fugitive from justice, was arraigned in Quarterly Court, and his examining trial set for Friday, Aug. 6. He was released on $1,000 bond. Judgment Entered A judgment was entered in the case of Betty P. McQueen against Gene McQueen in the Daviess Circuit Court in which the defendant was ordered to pay $3,962 for back support of their infant daughter.

The couple was divorced by a judgment entered on Sept. 14, 1955. Quarterly Court Traffic cases disposed of by Judge B. Birkhead in Quarterly Court follow: Ivo McAvoy Linton II, speeding, $10 and costs; Claude Blanford Newman speeding, $10 and costs; Robert J. Mitchell, speeding, $4 and costs; Thomas N.

Page, speeding, $10 and costs. County Court Orders Lucy Roberts was appointed administratrix of the estate of Bud Roberts, and qualified to serve without bond. The will of Mary Humphrey was probated in County Court and Susie Mae Bennett and John R. Smith qualified as co-executors, to serve without bond. Appraisers are Marvelin Jackson, Junior Valentine and Juanita Brown.

Elizabeth Samples was appointed administratrix of the estate of James C. Samples, to serve without bond. Appraisers are Everett Starks, Arnold Carroll and Edward Basinger. Circuit Court Suits The Citizens Savings Bank of Providence, R. filed suit in the Daviess Circuit Court against Robert M.

Starks, seeking to collect $9,190.41, balance due on note, with interest, secured by mortgage on house and lot in Unit 7-B of Scottish Homes subdivision. The Bank of Fordsville filed suit against Douglas Patton and Hilton Evans, seeking to collect $1,500, with interest, claimed due on a not dated Dec. 26, 1957. John Stobaugh; a son, Jimmy D. Miller, of Hammond, two step-daughters, Mrs.

Mary Burkart, Newport, and Miss Elizabeth Stobaugh, both of Newport; a step-grandchild, and a sister, Mrs. Mae Jeffries, Central City; two brothers, Charles Gregory, of Gary, and Virgil Gregory of Cleaton. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Tucker Funeral Home, the Rev. James Vincent, of Depoy, officiating.

Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery. Friends may call at the fureral home. NEWS $25,000 Damae Suit Filed Martin Dorth, of 4837 Cane Run Road, Louisville, filed suit in the Daviess Circuit Court against Elizabeth Dorth, of 515 Crittenden Owensboro, seeking $25,213.20, as a result of injuries claimed suffered in a fall down a flight of steps at the home here of the defendant. Real Estate Transfers Frank E. Smith and wife to John G.

Smith, Detroit, Mich lot in Unit 1 of Locust Hills subdivision. George Roy Gipe to R. P. Hall and wife, two tracts of land, with improvements, on Brush Branch of Brushy Fork Creek. John Emory Sexton and wife to Ernest W.

Bassett and wife, house and lot, 625 Carter Road, in Unit 6-A of Scottish Homes subdivision. Franklin R. Ridao and wife to Raymond Bratcher and wife, for $13,000, more or less, house and lot in Rose Hill addition. Noel B. Maddox Jr.

and wife to Bernard E. Alvey and wife, for $12,000, more or less, house and lot in Unit 3-C of MassieClarke subdivision. James A. Hall and wife to Hillary Ray Hall and wife, of Hessville, lot of ground on Lane Road. Larry Heady and wife to Charles R.

Oelze and wife, for $16,500, more or less, house and lot in Dr. J. O. McKee subdivision. Mortuary PERCY STORY Percy Story, 75, of 808 Poindexter died at 5:15 a.m.

today at Our Lady of Mercy Hospital, after an illess of one week. He was born in McLean County, May 4, 1890, and was a retired barge line engineer. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Martha Story; one son, Robbie Story, and a daughter, Mrs. Betty Bryant, both of Lexington; eight grandchildren; one great-grandchild.

The body is at the James H. Davis Funeral Home, 3009 Frederica St. MRS. ZELLA BARKER Mrs. Zella Barker, 83, of Pellville died at 11:15 p.m.

Tuesday at her home following a long illness. She was a life-long member of the West Point Baptist Church in Hanco*ck County. Surviving are her husband, I. B. Barker of Pellville; three sons, Floyd Barker of Owensboro, George Barker of Whitesville, and Ernest V.

Barker of Washington, six daughters, Mrs. Otis Sinnett of Evansville, Mrs. Gracie Cain and Mrs. Jesse Cain, both of Pellville, Mrs. Sadie Cain of Hartford, Mrs.

Arnold Schultz of Reynolds Station and Miss Ethel Barker cf Owensboro; one brother, Homer Corley of Owensboro; 26 grandchildren and 34 greatgrandchildren. Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday at the Westpoint Baptist Church by the Rev. Stuart Hines, pastor, assisted by Rev. John Hall.

Burial will be in the church cemetery. Grandsons will be pallbearers. The body is at the Martin Funeral Home, Whitesville. Indiana Deaths MRS. JOHN E.

DAVIS EVANSVILLE-Mrs. Naomer Lee Davis, 46, of 14 E. Eichel died at 4:45 p.m. Wednesday in Deaconess Hospital, after an illness of about a week. For about sever years she worked in private homes as a practical nurse.

Before she became ill she was employed as a cook at Mitch's Tavern. Mrs. Davis was a native of Kentucky. Surviving are her husband, John two sons, James William Horn and Thomas Joe Horn, both of Evansville; four daughters, Mrs. Anna Caswell of Evansville, Misses Sally Mae and Audrey Ruth Horn and Miss Rebecca Logsdon, all at home; a brother, Pleasant Foster James of Evansville, three halfsisters, Mrs.

Opal Whitfield of Elberfield, Mrs. Annabelle Conner of Kentucky, and Mrs. Mae Williams of Owensboro, and seven grandchildren. Friends may call at Johann Funeral Home. TO CLOSE RANGOON, Burma (AP)'The Burma-American Institute of Language classes will close this weekend at the request of the Burmese government, a U.

S. Embassy spokesman said today. The Foreign Office requested all embassies Wednesday to close their foreign language classes for Burmese students. The note said that since a government language school has opened, there is no need for the other language schools. Rev.

Reese Free On Bond, Probe Continues MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) A civil rights leader, the Rev. Frederick D. Reese, is free on bond today, while the investiga-lastically tion of his alleged embezzlement of funds continues. Reese was released on $5,000 bond late Wednesday, after spending more than 24 hours in the Dallas County Jail.

He had been arrested and indicted by a special grand jury on charges of embezzling $1,500 from the Dallas County Voters League, of which he is president. Reese, supported by civil rights leaders during his brief sojourn in jail and enthusicheered by supporters on his release, was freed after attorneys arranged bond with a private bonding company. Neither of the attorneys Orzell Billingsley of Birmingham or J. L. Chestnutt of Selma indicated why no attempt was made to arrange a cash bond for the Negro minister.

The Rev. Ralph Abernathy, vice president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference had said Tuesday night that he could raise $1,000 a minute if he desired. EXILE TO END Troops Surrender TORONTO (AP)-Vo Tranh TOKYO (AP) Peking's Minh, who went on a 10-day New China News Agency hunger strike outside U. N. headquarters in New York Wednesday 78 officers two years ago, says he is and soldiers of remnant Nationreturning to Viet Nam after alist Chinese troops in hiding 16 years of self-imposed exile.

since 1949 gave themselves up to the Red Army garrison in Yunnan Province between JanuThe Great Seal of the United and June this ary year. States is affixed to a document only after it has been signed by the president. KEEP BUYING BONDS! Romar Domar omar omar omar Gleeson Gleeson Gleeson Gleeson Gleeson MIDSUMMER VALUES SCHICK "CAROUSEL" Sunbeam (16.00; utility and commercial bulls 16.00-17.00; choice feeder steers 500-700 lb 20.00-23.00; choice heifers 450-600 lb 20.00- 21.00. Calves 300; steady; choice vealers 23.00-26.00; good 18.00-ple 23.00; utility 17.00-19.00; choice slaughter calves 18.00-21.00. Sheep 200; steady; choice and prime 80-100 lb spring lambs 23.50-24.00; utility to good shorn slaughter ewes 5.00.

Kentucky Deaths MRS. MATTIE HARNED SACRAMENTO-Mrs. Mattie Cleora Harned, 8 84, died at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Hillerest Nursing Home at Owensboro. She was born in Logan County, March 1, 1881, and was a member of the Church of Christ.

Surviving are two sons, Jack W. Harned of Owensboro and Clarence V. Harned of Norfolk, one grandson; and brothers, G. B. Wilcut of Lewisburg: and 1 J.

R. Wilcut of Drakesboro. Services will be held at 2 p.m. (CST) Friday at the Tucker Memorial Chapel at Sacramento. Burial will be in Cumberland Cemetery.

Friends may call at the chapel after 3 p.m. today. LESLIE G. SHULTZ HARTFORD Leslie Shultz, 75, Route 2, Horse Branch, died at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday at Virginia Convalescent Home, Louisville, follow-ing a long illness.

For more than 40 years, Shultz was an Ohio County teacher and for 20 years prior to his retirement in 1953, served as a math teacher and principal of Hartford High School. A native of Ohio County, was a member of the Hartford Church of Christ, a veteran World War and a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. He was married to the late Ada Jameson Shultz on April 1921. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Blanche Foist, Horse Branch, and a nephew, Kenneth Givens, Louisville.

will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Birkhead neral Home chapel conducted the Rev. Lloyd Spivey, pastor of the Hartford Church of Christ. Burial will be in the Antioch Church of Christ Cemetery. The body is at the funeral home.

MRS. ADDER VINCENT CENTRAL CITY Mrs. Adder Vincent, 72, died at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Louise Vincent, here.

She was born in Muhlenberg County, April 18, 1893, and was a member of the Graham Baptist Church. Surviving besides Mrs. Vincent are three other daughters, Mrs. Mary Frances Vincent, Central City, Mrs. Agnes Bianco, Germany, and Mrs.

Goldie Mae Sweeney, Greenville; four sons, Emmit and James Edward Vincent, both of Evansville, Will J. Vincent, California, and Jack Clifford Vincent, Central City; 28 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs. Mort Vincent, Graham, Mrs. Ida Belle Croft and Mrs. Kate McRoy, both of Ohio, and Mrs.

Dovie Stewart, Owensboro; and two brothers, John McRoy, Central City, and Virge McRoy, Madisonville. Arrangements are incomplete. Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery. Friends may call at the Tucker Funeral Home here. MRS.

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