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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 30, 1966
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ftfgl 1M - BtyUvtvfflt (Art.) Court* H«* ~ titgntoy, Arkansas' News Weefc The Oak Just Walked Off —Orval Retires— By BILL SIMMONS Associated Press Writer newsmen to say whether any of the Democratic candidates for governor would be formid- There was a big bare spot on a bi e opposition for the GOP the political horizon Thursday — '—>-morning. That mighty oak, Orval Faubus, no longer stood as the most imposing political figure In action. The oak wasn't felled. It just walked off. And, for the first time since 1952, Orval Faubus was not a candidate for governor. Perhaps the world needed a little getting-used-to for adults who won't ever forget him- teenagers who, from their pediatric memories, have known no governor other than Orval Faubus. But he didn't leave by *ur- On March 21 he announced that he wouldn't run for a seventh term unless the Democratic Party failed to produce lough competition for the Republican Party's gubernatorial nominee. But nobody really believed them that he was ?.;tually out of the race, for two .essons: 1. He had bowed out before, and then come back to win. He announced, withdrew, but filed snyway in winning his first term in 1954. He bowed out, but changed his mind and ran again in 1962, winning his fifth consecutive term. 2. 'He persistently declined the repeated invitations of OBITUARY Stilwell Rites Today at 2:30 p.m. in Swift Funeral «L tt.ov p.m. in uniLb A uncial sons recora as a juaiiue uu me Home, Osceola, for Ronald B. s t a t e Supreme Court. Johnson Stilwell. . "He's going to run, he's going to run," some folks were saying. "Same old line. He's going to run." And, at 11:50 a.m., Wednesday, April 27, amid the packec and sweating throng in Hotel Marion's temporary filing headquarters, the word began to circulate. The Man, the word said, had just left the Capitol, presumably en route to the filing headquarters. The news startled some. Oth' ers began to say, "He'll come he'll come." Only the day before, the governor's aide, Clarence Thornbrough, was laughing aboul how many heart attacks it might bring on if Faubus, waving a handful of money, marched Into the filing headquarters on the last day. But Faubus dldnt come. The deadline passed at high noon Wednesday without a gubernatorial whimper and the ticket closed. Faubus was in his office at the Capitol conducting the buiness of state government. There had been eight Democrats and two Republicans in the raca before the last day's Jim Johnson Polls Lawyers LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Jim Johnson of Conway, one of eight seeking the Democratic nomination for governor, has sent letters to more than 2000 Arkansas attorneys telling them of a campaign plan. The plan he explained is to invite voters to ask their law- Services will be held today yer s for an evaluation of Johnson's record as a justice on the resigned from the court after He leaves his wife, four dau-1 almost eight years to make the ghters, Ronnie Lynn, Darlene, - —'• Linda Ann and Letha Kay, two step-children, a son, Paul Earl Stilwell of St. Louis, and three brothers. Lady Firefighters CLARK, Pa. (AP) - Mayor William McClure of Clark, in Western Pennsylvania, says about 20 women have enrolled for a training program to operate the tiny town's volunteer fire department. McClure said Friday the town decided to use women because the men either are too old or too busy working. governor's race. "I know" Johnson said the letters "that you will be forthright and frank in your answer to them." Johnson said he knew many of the lawyers "looked with disfavor" on his election to the court in 1958 because of his age at the time 33. He said he understood this apprehension. "It is my prayer" he wrote "that my labors on the courl quieted those apprehensions and that my efforts left you with a feeling of confidence that I can meet the problems of the governor's office with this same resolution and dedication to public service." j Hodgepodge Answir to Pr«ylou» Punl» ACROSS «Ho1di in 1 Eccentric wheel.. iffecticm 4Ship'« rnut . ffStyle of dress 12 Lifetime 13 Deration 14 Bread tpTCli a 5 Color : 16 Originated !38 Condescended 20 Trite '21 Folding bed 22 Harem rooms 24 Prevaricator S6 Scheme ,27Urial 30 Bonelike • 32 Catalogued 34 Midday inooz* 85 All 86 Worm 37 Points 39 Self-esteem •(pi.) 40 Sand hill 41 Upper limb 42 Luster 4!) Understood 51 Faucet MJjson's vessel 53 Prison room 54 Follower 55 New York city 56 Small island 57Bounder DOWN 1 Pasteboard 2 Awry 3 Tread with . drugs 4 Definite task 5 Evergreen tree 6 Photograph developer . 7 Rot nax 8 Hollow-horned ruminant* • Canadian province (ab.) 10 Stagger 11 Foreshow 17 Chemical H aura. CIHULJIS HKlHEl • HHEJHSJHHH filings. None dared to predict unequivocally that Faubus would not seek re-election. This reluctance came in the face of the fact that as much as three weeks earlier Faubus had stopped making his departure contingent on anything. He said simply that he was 0-U-T, out. Those who insisted that he would, nevertheless, be in the race apparently were acting on one of two bases: —Respect for the savvy of the mountain boy who came down from a shack on the banks of Greasy Creek near Combs; —Force of habit. After all, Faubus had won six terms, been in office more than 11 years, and vanquished 28 gubernatorial opponents in his career. But he said he wouldn't run, Daily Record World Deaths BERLIN, N.H. (AP) - Dr. Lowell J. Reed, 80, a pioneer biostatistician and a former president of Johns Hopkins University, died Thursday night. He was first associated with Johns Hopkins in 1937 when he was appointed dean and rector of the School of Hygiene and Public Health. LOS ANGELES (AP) - Film actor Eugene O'Brien died Friday a. Queen of Angels Hospital at age 85. O'Brien had been a leading man in silent films wife Norma Talmadge and Ethel Barrymore. He appeared in such films as "Brown of Harvard," "The Thief," "Faithless Lover" and "Secrets." Weather Yesterday's high—71 Overnight low—63 Precipitation previous 24 hours (to 7 a.m. today)—-73 Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—17.91 Sunset today—6:44 Sunrise tomorrow—5:10 This Date A Year Ago Yesterday's high—71 ' Overnight low—47 Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—18.57 As of this date, Blytheville has not had a traffic fatality within its city limits for -842- and he did stay out of the primaries. And he still won't say who, if anyone, in the Democratic field will be a formidable opponent for the Republicans. This has prompted a few to talk quietly about the prospect of Faubus running as an independent in the November general election. Other Races Rep. Wilbur D. Mills- D- Ark., who hadn't been opposed in 22 years, wound up with two Democratic foes — Dr. Jack Eardley of Little Rock and Arthur Mills of Little Rock. Eardley said Mills was a status symbol the state could no longer afford; Mills said the incumbent Mills had been in office too long. Sen. John L. McClellan, D- Ark., unopposed since he edged past former Gov. Sid McMath in 1954, also has a Democratic foe—Foster Johnson of Little Rock. Johnson, saying he had the backing of some elements of labor, described McClellan as a man who has lost touch with the common people. IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUN TY, ARKANSAS MATTIE JACKSON BOWDEN PLAINTIFF vs. No. 16731 WILL BOWDEN DEFENDANT WARNING ORDER The defendant Will Bowden is hereby warned to appear in this Court within 30 days and answer the Complaint of the Plaintiff, Mattie Jackson Bowden, and upon his failure so to do said Complaint will be taken as confessed. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, and the seal of said Court on this the 6 day of April, 1966. (SEAL) GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coates, D.C. Graham Sudbury 115 N. Second Street Blytheville, Arkansas Attorney for Plaintiff Marcus Evrard 126 W. Walnut Street Blytheville, Araknsas Attorney Ad Litem 4-9, 16, 23, 30 Astrot * Forecast *• By CARROLL RIGHTER Ciiuda't first ambaiMdor to tht United Stat**. days. The individual driver is responsible for this record and when it is broken will bear that responsibility, too. BIIIII1IIB11I1II1MIM What's For Lunch? BLYTHKVILLE Monday Italian Spaghetti Green Salad Yeast Biscuit Butter Chanberry Sauce Milk GOSNELL Monday Tuna Salad French Fries Catsup Spring Lettuce Gingerbread Butter Milk IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS . . . MATTIE JACKSON WHITNEY PLAINTIFF vs. No. 16732 SYLVESTER WHITNEY DEFENDANT WARNING ORDER The defendant Sylvester Whitney is hereby warned to appear n this court within 30 days and answer the Complaint of the Plaintiff, Mattie Jackson Whitney, and upon his failure so to do, said Complaint will be taken as confessed. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, and the seal of said Court on this the 6th day of April, 1966. (SEAL) GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coates Graham Sudbury, Attorney for Plaintiff 115 N. Second Street Blytheville, Arkansas Marcus Evrard 126 W, Walnut Blytheville, Arkansas Attorney Ad Litem H M,«,». WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Betty Prince, Plaintiff, vs. No. 16738 • Burl Prince, Defendant. The defendant, 3url Prince, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Betty Prince. Dated this 14th day of April, 1966 at 10:00 A.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D.C. Guy Walls, Attorney Ed B. Cook, Atty Ad Litem 4-16, 23, 30, 5-7 NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ELSIE MAY WILLIAMS, deceased. . No. 4367 Last known address of decedent: Route 1, Arbyrd, Missouri Date of death: April 11, 1966 An instrument dated August 11, 1949, was on the — day of —, 1966, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed executor 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 against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six 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 30 day of April, 1966. Ransom Henry Sappington Executor c/o Max ^. Harrison 217 Walnut Street Blytheville, Arkansas Max B. Harrison Attorney for the Estate 217 Walnut Street Blytheville, Arkansas (KM To determine your forecast, nol« pininph opposite datei, wnkh Include jrour blrtu d»U SUNDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES! Until sundown very difficult events can occur that could have a long chain of unfavorable events follow, so make sure that you do use much tact and sublety with all others. The evening finds good influences released that bring you a chance to show others that you do value their success and try for some yourself. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 1?) Making sure to keep promises and pay bills in A.M is important. Going methodically about your business is more impressive upon others than anything else. Be most charming with loved one in P.M. Be sure to put stamps on letters, bills. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) A j»artner's ideas may not exactly agree with yours during A.M., but by evening you are able to correlate them nicely; Avoid tendency to lose your temper because you are being opposed. Be poised. .: GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Do whatever will get you the co-operation of fellow workers and it would be a good idea to go out for recreation together in P.M. Yu want to do an excellent job. Fine and dandy, but don't be so exacting with others. Get home improvements completed properly. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Think before you speak or act today or you could get into difficulty without wanting to. You have to be very astute in both home affairs and those in social life. Show that you have savoir faire. LEO (July 2 to Aug. 21) Monetary matters can become quite tangled if you don't use orthodox systems or ignore advice of individuals who are experts in such matters. Don't go off on any tangents. Be calm, poised and be happy. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Personal aims may seem difficult to reach in A.M. but studying them carefully later, you know just how to be successful. Find a better way to become more successfully charming, too LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Important you come through on promises made and obligations assumed ethically and quietly so that you have no trouble. A good associate needs help from you. Do whatever you can without hesitation. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Pals may seem cold toward your particular ambitions but it is only that they have pressures of their own. Do what you can by yourself. Steer clear of social affairs until a more propitious time, place. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Don't be foolish and tell one of real influence off or you will regret it later — close ties will give the support you need right now. Athough upsett- ments may come up, they are a good challenge to your fine ability. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Don't get all excited over new outlets that iiro beckoning you so glitteringly — they may be literally only flashes in the pan. Remain poised. Complete what you have started and prepare yourself for activity soon. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Keep rooted to the obligations that are solely yours and do only what will soothe loved one instead of irritating him, or her, or your friends. Forgetthat intuitive something that is pecking away at you — • it could lead you right smack dab into trouble. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar..20) If you go right ahead with some project, etc. without first consulting with associates or fail to keep obligations you can start a fight pronto. Be ethical, live up to your reputation. Cement better relations. William Dawes was Paul Re-, vere's companion on his famous midnight ride. SERVICES BT COBB fUNERAL ROME COURTEOUS SERVICE ••••••••••••••••••••M McNaufht SjraaleaM, I». MONDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES! Changing attitude and relationships with others requires that you be alert to what' they have in mind and show them that you are willing to go half-way in arriving at a new understanding and meeting of' minds with them. Show that you value having much neat touch and fine finish expressed in your environment. ARIES (May. 21 to Apr. 19) You may have to have long talks with partners if you are to reach that harmonious state between you that is ideal. If you understand the needs of the public better, you can do better work in that area. Show wisdom TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Looking about you carefully will show where improvements need to be made around you. Try to please associates, also. Fixing wardrobe is fine and taking better care of : your health is highly important. . GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Plan now for future social affairs, etc. and make arrangements quickly so that you gain good will, prestige. Do so quietly and will know-how. Handle all business affairs in a very precise way. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to Juy 21) Improving surroundings at home can certainly do much to get your family in a more happy and harmonious mood. Give as much time as you can to fundamental affairs. Get everything working on a more even keel. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You want to make the extra effort if you want to shop and get all other affairs, appointments work ing properly. Show more cooperative attitud toward others. Be highly articulate with everyone. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) You have to pay more attention to what others who are expert in finances have to say if you want to become more affluent. Be more practical in your outlook. Think before you make a move. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) By being more alert you find that you can work more harmoniously with others, which is what you want to do. If there is something you do not comprehend, don't hesitate to ask questions. Use a positive attitude. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Be fast in making any changes that are necessary after you have first studied then. well. These will lead to greater success. Be more understanding of your loved one if you want genuine happiness. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Find a better way to please your good pals and be more sociable with everyone so that you add to your charmed circle. Stop being so very independent. This only limits you a great deal. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Important you comprehend better what others expect of you if you want them to really ] support you properly.; M a k e ' sure that your credit is bettered. This could mean much in the days ahead. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You have to have greater imgination if you ar to make the most of really favorable conditions that are around y o u. Show greater respect for the views and ideas of others, especially if they are opposed to yours. Then you win out. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You first have to get corwork- ers to cooperate more if you are to put new ideas, systems, to work successfully. Your ideas are good but you have to show better judgment, too. Then all works out just fine. ' Ttw modern (own «( Bl N»> slna stands on the site of tot Blblicsl town of Nmreth. BLYTHEVILLE BEARD ENTRY BLANK Y«i, I want to enter the Blytheville Bean) Growing Conttet en May 12 and If. Sign me up. Name Type beard: Full ..'.''."' VahDyke i....;.. Moustache Fill in and mail to 5. D. Bray WlE.Walno Blytheville, Ark. t iBtmmumiii n n imihaMummiiii I nil u n 11 iiiu Poor Mom! She Just Can't Win Van KJuren (McNauiM Syndicate Inc.) «««lll«l»^ DEAR ABBY: I recently attended a wedding at a small country church. At the beginning of the ceremony an usher came down .the aide with a mink stole over his arm, and with a grand .gesture draped it over the pew where the bride's mother was to sit, after which he escorted the bride's mother to that pew. It looked to me like she wanted to be sure everybody knew she had a new mink stole. The family is not that well off, and can hardly afford a mink. What is your opinion of this whole vulgar performance? WAS THERE DEAR WAS: Perhaps in an effort to be less conspicuous, the bride's mother sent her mink stole down the aisle with the usher rather than wear it herself. Alas, poor woman, she couldn't win. It seems her stole stole the show anyway. DEAR ABBY: My doctor told me some months ago that 1 should have a little surgery. It's nothing serious and need not be done immediately, but he advised me not to put it off too long. I find myself postponing it for the silliest reason. Please don't laugh at me when I tell you why. I am afraid of what I might say while I'm under file anesthetic. The doctor belongs to our club and we have many mutual friends, and it could get very embarrassing if I talked too much. Can you help me? AFRAID OF THE TRUTH DEAR AFRAID: Go ahead and have the surgery and don't worry. Most doctors listen attentively to their patients' babbling during their conscious moments but will happily tu"e them out when they're under. Besides, the chances are he'll be much too occupied at the time to. recall what he bear,. DEAR ABBY: Two years ago we had a new heating system installed. The two men Spec/o/ Specie/ 'BIG BOY' Tomato Plants Each la Its own Individual pat and wlUni for IScEach or $1.50 Dozen Also Half Grown YARD PLANTS McADAMS GREENHOUSES 206 E. Dtvte who did the work swore during the whole job. They even criticized my house. One of them asked, "Who designed this place?". 'I proudly told, him my. husband .and I did. Then he said, "I.knew it had: to be something like that. I; never saw such a monstrosity." The other one asked me how much it cost to build and» when I told him he said,; "You were robbed." Abby, wa; like our home and we are sat-' isfied, so what's it their busi-; ness? We need more work thisr year (air conditioning) and! my husband wants these two; ill - mannered thugs back toj do it. I don't want them in'; my house. What do you think? ,• INSULTED; DEAR INSULTED: I say, \ let your husband handle that department. The men may be ill - mannered, but Vi'.v- 're probably competent, hon- J est, and they know where all the pi; ;s are buried. '; DEAR ABBY: I would like' to invite a boy who is in the navy to our senior ball, but;, he may not be in town to go; to it. If he's not in town for" the ball, I don't want to be" left sitting without a date. But if he IS in own, he's the ona I want to go with. IS there any way to work this? SAILOR'S GIRI, DEAR GIRL: If you are really his "girl," you should not be so determined to go to the ball, knowing your sailor won't be having one. But If he's just another boy friend, and you know a boy who'd come to your rescue at the last minute, should the sailor shove off, ask him. Troubled? V/rite to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, CaL For a personal reply, inclos* a stamped, self - addressed envelope. For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding," send 50 cents to Abby, Bof Los Angeles, Cal. FIELD SEEDS, CHEMICALS & FERTILIZERS SOYBEAN SEED Certified Hill Nan-Cert. 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