The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 18, 1966 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 18, 1966
Page 7
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(AA) Cftirlir Km - Mmaay, July It. MM - »M« Political Power Grows R.F.K Seems Ubiquitous may do in relation .to the nomination. In South Carolina, the Republican committeeman, figuring among his state's voters, says there is anti-Kennedy sentiment among his state's voters, says he thinks his party', chances of beating Ernest F. Rollings, the Democratic nominee for the Senate, are enhanced by the friendship between Rollings and Kennedy. In Florida, there has been more talk about Kennedy than any other out-of-state political figure. Gov. Haydon Burns, who was beaten in the primary. t/v ...^ = _. charged that Kennedy money ernor are wendering what Ken- was aiding his opponent, Robert nedy, the state's junior senator, King High. By WILUAM T. PEACOCK WASHINGTON (AP)-Almost anywhere you look at the present political scene the tou- i)e-h»ired head of Robert F. Kennedy seems to be a part of the 'picture. Glancing around: Former Vice President Richard M Nixon says he is optimistic about Republican prospects In the fali elections because the Democrats are divided. He names as one area of division what he calls the rivalry between Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey and Kennedy. In New York, hopefuls for the Democratic nominations for gov- Kennedy'a ome Into name other 'also bat primaries, tme past and some still ahead, uch as in Tennessee and Wis- onsin where Kennedy friends re candidates for "governor. There is a tendency for specu- ation about Knnedy's intentions to feed upon itself and row accordingly, but fundamentally it is grounded in the xpectation among many politi- ians that Kennedy has presi- ential ambitions in 1972 If not n 1968. Few think there is any p*ssi- bility of Kennedy's challenging President Johnson in 1968. Nixon is one of those who do not rule out that possibility. Kennedy has said he will support Johnson for re-election. [hat there is nothing to the speculation he is building a national political machine, or to the resorts of his financing some primary candidates. There is no reason to disbelieve anything to that Kennedy statement. * * * Yet in the pragmatics of politics, a national political base necessarily takes form If Ken- Today In Washington powerful figure oa the American political scene. How powerful he may be by the year's end is wrapped up in the answers yet to come of a. couple of other questions. Has he indeed-as many pre sume-rcome to » position where he can handpick the Democratic nominee for governor of New York, to be chosen in a September convention? And if so, can he sway the voters to elect his candidate ver Republican Gov. Nelson A. Rockfeller? By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BRISBANE, Australia (AP) — British Prince Charles witched planes today after an nedy friends 'win around the nation. key spots And talk of "Kennedy money' is not negated by Kennedy's statement he is not financing ny candidate. It is "Kesnedy money" in the politician's view a Kennedy friend contributes Whatver his intentions an ambitions, Kennedy is already on "New Ideas or Industry, Roads, and Finance" 7:30 KAIT-TV Channel 8 Jonesboro WMCT-TV Channel 5 Memphis IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHISKASAWBA DIS TRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUN TY, ARKANSAS WILMA JEAN HANCOCK PLAINTIF: VS NO. 16845 ALBERT LEE HANCOCK DEFENDAN WARNING ORDER The defendant, Albert Lee NEWS BRIEFS monymous telephone caller told irline officials there was a bomb aboard the commercial ilane he was to board. Officials searched the plane when ft touched down and found no bomb. But they too* no chances and provided a special ilane to take the prince to Mel- lOurne. The prince, a student at an Australian boarding school, had been vacationing on Brampton in the Great Barrier •y THE ASSOCIATED WASHINGTON (AP) - Deputy Secretary of Defense Cyrus R. Vance has suggested that North Viet Nam is mobilizing partially to help repair bomb damage io its oil storage facilities. Vance, appearing Sunday on the CBS television-radio program "Face the Nation," said about 200,000 workers now are working full time and another 100,000 to' 150,000 part time on he project. "It might be perhaps that the people who are working on this are merely being called into mobilized service," he said. Vance also reported that the bombings of the facilities at Ha noi and the port of Haiphong destroyed two-thirds of North Viet Nam's oil storage capacity WASHINGTON (AP) Edgar Hoover, director of th Federal Bureau of Investigation, reported today that 96.7 per cent of the persons it brought to trial in the fiscal year ended July 1 were convicted. In a report to Atty. Gen. Mich, olas Katzenbach, Hoover said fines, savings and recoveries in FBI cases during the period reached a record $253 million, representing a return of igns saying "Draft George Hamilton now," and "George is o ham, he's chicken." Hamilton has had a draft de- erment as the support of his mother. The pickets seemed unimpressed when a newsman pointed out that the Hollywood actor received the deferment when he wa 18, long before he and Lynda had ever heard ol each other. Capital Footnotes By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Department of Commerce eports the economy rose to a ecord seasonally adjusted annual level of 1732 billion during he last three months. But, It says, the rat* of economic growth slowed significantly during the April-June period with the Gross National Product increasing by $10.8 billion, the smallest quarterly rise since late 1964. George D. Woods, president of the World Bank, says he will ask member nations to increase to $1 billion the amount of money available to poorer countries through the International Development Association. This would be an increase of four times the •mount now available. NONE FASTER OR SAFER FOR (WIN Basra And non. wu gtntttr. ft. Jciiph Aiplrln conUlne no eo«fl» '«»*• IngredlenU". lt'« :«M *•»« «"•»•' -U't put* »»tn t«ll«l »ow« . yet coats yp u lass . __ ttin most Iwdlni piin nfef trtltUl" ST.JOSEPH EARLY WEEK SAVINGS Prices good MON.-TUES-WED. Island Reef. MOSCOW (AP) - Pravda, Hancock, is hereby warned to appear in this court within 30 days and answer the Complaint of the. plaintiff, Wilma Jean Hancock, and upon his failure to do so, said Complaint will be j 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 this 6th day of July, 1966. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D.C. (SEAL) H. G. Partlow, Jr. Atty. for Plf. Everett E. Harher Atty. ad litem 7-11, 18, 25 8-1 the Communist party paper, reported today that secret police had picked up three accused black marketeers after a hunt of nearly two years. It said two others are still at large. The paper said the men were part of a ring that made $3 million dealing in knitted goods before it was broken up in February 1964. Nine members of the gang were sentenced to death. for every $1 appropriated for FBI operations. Convictions exceeded 13,000, he said. WASHINGTON (AP) - Four pickets have protested In front of the White House the Selective Service deferment of actor George Hamilton, a frequent escort of President and Mrs. Johnson's elder daughter, Lynda. The pickets, two young men and two women, marched Sunday for a half-hour, carrying MANILA (AP) mayor and five aides on their way to attend a law and order conference with President Ferdinand E. Marcos were slain by Huk insurgents today, the Philippine constabulary reported. Troops were rushed to pursuit of the attackers. hough the Communist-led re- jels were crushed militarily during the 1950s, scattered jands still roam the provinces | around Manila and terrorize villagers. FAVORABLE BALANCE RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) Brazilian exports during the first four months of 1966 have totalled $441 million, as com pared with $405 milion during the same period of last year. According to the Bank oi Bra zil foreign department, the maj or exports were iron ore, cof fee, cotton, lumber, cocoa, sug ar wool and rice. bute Jo. . the Al- HELP ELECT Gerald Pearson WARSAW .Poland (AP) - A Polish archbishop has urged priests to boycott a Communist government project to erect a monument to the late Pope John XXIII, labeling it a move to undermine Roman Catholic unity. Archbishop Boleslaw Kominek said a ceremony in Breslau next Tuesday to lay the cornerstone of the monument as part of state millennium celebrations "has been organzied without knowledge of the Church hierarchy and outside its jurisdiction." a> 12 y«»rt experience «« Deputy Protecting Attorney. f 15 ye«r« experience •• Prictlelns Attorney. •) City Attorney of Joneiboro 1953 • 19SO. • Educated. Ark. SMte College. 0 LL.B Unlvoralty of Ark«nsa» School of L«w. « Onduate epedul «ur»« <or Proieeutlnp, Attorneyi, Northwestern University School of L«w. Chle«a». • Mirrl«d-40Ye«rtold. PROSECUTING ATTORNEY Second Judicial Circuit f 01., M P«U for by a««m Peer.01. MorrellY Fully-Cooked 12 to 18-lb. Round Steak Lift Krogar Biscuits with coupon and $5.00 additional purchase, excluding tobacco. Red-Rip* Sweet Watermelons Bananas Henderson Sugar ... 5 Ibs. 19e ,1th this coupon anil $5.00 »«1 purchase, eiclullln! to-. Good thru Vie*- Ji'J zo - Someone has said that Santa Ckus. How 'true , this « , n > on ideay ^no < dcbMren than with all grandpas that they lav 1 " moie love on s For ftt they did on their own off spun* -And this ^ s u. n ffectjon , t hig whitehaired grandpappy looks ' <* rough eyes oi a P _ ^ chubby little grandsons or daught « .„« ^ ^ & . — J^ *-£j*5 - • and their tender, patient abundance of We Salute Our Town! BLYTHEVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION -. * • m J •>* 200 N. Second St. for A Btighttt futatt ... "live Better...Electrically!" lUddy Kilowatt, Your Seetrie Servant, can give you a brighter futurt ... « he has nilfioM of oth.n. Hef waih and dry your elothw or di<h«, heat or coo! your horn.. H.'ll giv. you all tha light you want, * , B y jubject. H*'s a whix at m.lting eoffw or ... wptrr

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