The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 26, 1967 · Page 7
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BIyth«vrfi« (Ark.) Courier News - Tuesday. t December 26, 1967- Page Seven Fidel's Horizon Still Unsettled keep things going. When he mounts the platform Tuesday in Revolutionary Plaza to celebrate the anniversary, Castro likely will extol accom I though it still accounts for 80 per cent of Cuba's foreign exchange. There are those who say that if production comes from only Rdel Castro plisbmenls, affirm make-revolu- half of what Castro has planted tion foreign policy and forecast | —fruit, vegetables, coffee, to- belle,- days for the island's eight bacco, trees, rice-the country will have its breakthrough. o _.^ show Perhaps more significant are will"be the customary display o! gains made by the beef indus- Cuban armed might. Castro has try. Many experts feel this concluded that such showings, Cuba's best bet to break its are too expensive to have every ] one-crop syndrome. Experi- million inhabitants. Missing from the big year, ments with feeding sugar deri- By FENTON WHEELER Associated Press Writer HAVANA AP)V- Fidel Cas- " But there will be no lack'of i vatives , to <;?'«« ** encourag- tro's government on Monday be- enthusiasm evident for Castro, ™& and artificial breeding of- gins its 10th year, still strug- and th , mcn who helped him!? er 5,< ""believable posnbilnties gllng toward economic daylight oust President Fulgencio Batis-, ln wslro s view ' and still experimBnting to find ] ( a an d now help him run the Elsewhere there was progress its own level of communism. I country. Thousands of Cubans in fish, egg and poultry produc- There is every indication that j will be mobilized for the cele- the 10th year will be just asjbration to cheer the revolution tough and trust as unpredictable into another year. history. The yield of 6.1 million,society," Apparently the new tons left Castro far from his I man must be » tireless worker, goal of 10 million tons by 1978. It also increased his sugar debt to Russia and seems certain to have jolted economic planning for 1968. current equally unencouraging, with rising indications it may not rearfi the The outlook for the sugar harvest seems composed at parts of Fldelism, nationalistic communism and guerrilla fervor. He must accept any assignment, believe every Earthbound Longevity Record Under Attack COCHRAN, Ga. (AP) - When 1G37 level because of a severe Santa arrlves Christmas Eve in drought. Another setback was jhis sleigh, he may find two un- the '. derage astronauts inside a and slow advances in light as the first nine. Despite setbacks.in 1067, the economy and the people are How did it go in 1967 and what j are the prospects for '68? There were setbacks too in 1967. The sugar harvest, still the in- On the plus side, the govern- dicalor of everything economic, death In Bolivia of the guerrilla I'-space capsule" conducting a idol, and longtime friend of Cas-! longevity test. tro, Eernesto Che Guevara. Kenneth Davis, 13, and John problem has a solution or an explanation, and above all oppose "egoistic individualism." For the Cuban people 1968 promises to be another year of sacrifice and shortage. Added to food and clothing rationing will be the virtual eno of overtime pay and fresh demands for vol. untary labor. I Castro has described his revo-! i lution as having our stages— • years of ignorance, years of 8g-1 jony, years of intense labor and years of triumph. He says Cu| bans are now between the third I and fourth stages. j Mrs. J. B. Jones, Plaintiff, vs. No. MM John W. Noble et al, Defendant. The defendants, John W. Noble, T. E. "Joggs" Miles, and Vernon M. Jones, as Executors of the Last Will and Testament of John Elmer Jones, deceased; and John W. Noble, T. E. ''Joggs" Miles, and Vernon M. Jones, as Trustees of the Testamentary Trust of John Elmer Jones deceased, are hereby war- ned to appear wilhin thirty days:" in the court named in the caption hereof and answcd Hie complaint of the plaintiff, Mrs. J, E. Jones. Dsted this 22nd clay of December, 1967 at 11:30 o'clock a.m. GEBALDINE L13TON, Clerk Oscar Fondler, Attorney Elbert S. Johnson Ally Ad Litem 12-28, 1-2, 9, 18 This year solidified differ-! Grantham, 12, have entered a ences between Cuba and its big- i make-believe capsule in the gest financial supporter, the So-;DOTS' backyard hoping to set viol iininn an earthbound longevity record. hanging on. Prime Minister: ment continued to diversify ag- fell below the planned goal of Castro remains firmly in! riculture, sending new products 7.5 million tons despite almost charge. His ideas dominate and.' overseas and lessening the is- \ ideal weather and the biggest he provides the momentum to i land's dependence on sugar, mobilization of manpower in viet Union. . But most Informed Western and Eastern diplomats in Ha-1 vana discount the chance of a | serious break. I Domestic communism is in a i state of transition, The present party, now two years old, slill operates without a constitution. Often its objectives seem easier to discover by looking at what it opposes than at what it favors. The most apparent objective of the party is the creation of the new man" for Cuba's "new .In the Chancery Court, Chick asawbi District, Mlisliiippl County, Arkansas. EVERYBODY BRINGS THE TOUGH MACHINE JOBS TO BARKSDALE 325 South Broadway Manufacturing and Machine Works PC 2-2911 WANTED Men • Women Lincoln Service hai helped thousands .prepare for tli«e tesu rvcrj star since. 1918. 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