The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 6, 1966 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 6, 1966
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Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier News - Saturday, August «, IMS- Pigt Flvt Luci Wants To Be a Housewife Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Nugent NEWS BRIEFS MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - Dade County officials are pondering a complaint about a lighting System newly installed at the North Glades Park baseball diamond. "The lights were installed for Little League only," wrote the North Dade County Catholic Softball League. "Adults cannot play there with a pole in dead center field 180 feet from home plate." WARREN, Pa. (AP) - The Assembly of God Church here has come up with an idea it hopes will increase registration at daily vacation Bible school. Registration forms will be scattered around a field behind the church. Attached to each form will be a certificate for a free ice cream cone,at a local store. officers were in police headquarters recently when a man in blue pajamas walked in with the police lawn hwe. i Saying he wanted to water the grass, the man sprayed the ^oom and two patrolmen, then Iran out the door. The officers | say they lost him 'in an alley. EAST CHICAGO, Ind. (AP) A truckdriver told police recently he was delivering frozen chickens from his semitrailer at a poultry store when he fell asleep in the truck. When he awoke, 270 cartons of frozen chickens he valued at $4,860 were missing. MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) - Three PHILADELPHIA (AP) Brig. Gen. John M. Kenderdine has taken command of the U.S. Defense Personnel Support Center, the nation's largest military procurement and distribution installation. AMESBURY, Mass. (AP), The Amesbury High School football team won't be wearing its traditional red and white uniforms this season. By FRANCES LBWINE WASHINGTON (AP) - As just plain Mrs. Patrick J. Nugent, Luci Johnson hopes she can leave behind some of the problems and criticism that befell her as the President's daughter. Luci wants to be a housewife, like any other newlywed. She said she won't be able to afford a maid and will have to live on a budget. With the help of her mother and the Johnson family cook, Zephyr Wright, Luci says she knows how to cook. She says she's capable of putting on the table "a different meal for two main meals, seven days a week without a duplicate." Luci says Nugent will be head of the house. She won't ask him to do dishes, but if he offers, she won't refuse. She sees their marriage as a partnership. "Pat consults me and I consult him. I respect his judgment." In their brick rambler house in Texas, Luci, 19, hopes the world won't be looking in the window the way it does at the White. House. ' Everything from what she wore to grades in school were the subject of comment, Luci found out. * * * The years she spent in the White House were the most sen- good moral character, tnat ne dttye fcr a teen-ager She cele- has never been convicted of abated her 17th, 18th and 19th felony or other crime involving birthdays there, moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this State, or any other State, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the tOth day of August, 1966, and to expire on the 30th Luci. who was Episcopalian. smoke. She once said she had like her mother and older sister, | enough problems "without Lynda, friends, has both several boys and close i giving people something to gos- girls. Coach George F. Royal says new navy blue pants "will make the players look bigger and strengthen their confidence," NOTICE FOR: ON PREMISE BEER Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with She Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premise described as: 508 Chicka'sawba, Blytheville, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he Luci had her own big decisions to make there—to convert to Catholicism and to marry Nugent who are Roman Catholic. While friends may have influenced her, those who know Luci say she had been leaning toward this church for some time, propeleld by her own tenderhearted, dramatic, sensitive and sometimes mystic qualities. Luci took instruction in Catho- locism for many months and finally, on her 18th birthday, July 2, 1965, was baptized into the Roman Catholic Church at a private service attended by her parents and her sister. * * * the baptism raised a flurry of criticism among theologians, who said it was unecumenical and a slap at the Episcopal Ihurch because of the implication that the first baptism was not valid. Archbishop Patrick A. 0'- Boyle of Washington defended the decision to baptize Luci, which she had requested. And Luci, in a .statement issued by the White House, said: "I felt that this was a personal matter and went about it in a personal way." Another time there was criticism when the White House served beer, along with soft drinks, at a dancing party at which Luci was hostess to 250 sons and daughters of diplomats. A Florida Baptist minister said he feared this would set an unfortunate example. Luci herself doesn't drink or sip about" on that score. * * * The fact that Luci followed her own interests and desires in he face of constant public sen* iny showed that she has a mind of .her own. , ... She said she had been brought up with guidelines that were not oo rigid. Her parents, she not- day of June, 1967. David M. Moore, Applicant Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of August, 1966. LEON BURROW Notary Public My Commission Expires: March 22, 1971 8-6 ed, set standards "they believed In «nd told me why they believed In them and we have worked together i\, let me develop in my own mind what is best for me." Among the rules was an 11 p.m. dating curfew for Luci. Once she recalls getting home at 1 a.m. to find her mother waiting up. "She chewed us up one side and down the other. Nobody ever made me feel so small." Luci's main aim has seemed to be to maintain a personality of her own. And, after living in a family where everyone was LBJ, Luci said at a recent bridal shower: "Now, I've got new initials just for me." IN THE PROBATE COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT. ESTATE OF BENJAMIN LEE DAVIS, Deceased. No. 4411 Lillian Mayo, Administratrix. J NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT? > OF ADMINISTRATRIX^" Last known address of decedent: Route 4, Box 160, Blytheville, Arkansas. Date of Death: April 26, 1963. The undersigned was appoint*, ed Administratrix of the Estate of the above named decedent on the 5th day of August, 1966. 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 shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. ..•:• This August the 6th, 1966. Lillian Mayo, Administratrix c/o Percy A. Wright, Attorney 211 North Broadway notice first published IN THE MATTER OF THE I Blytheville, Arkansas 8-6, 13 w II ii * n * n ii To BUILD a Better Arkansas... We Need a CARPENTER! a CARPENTER Qualified by SERVICE... if Former Administrative Assistant to Governor Orval t Faubus if Former Executive Assistant to United States Congressman if Former Assistant Arkansas Attorney General if Past National Executive Committeeman, The American legion if Past State Commander of The American Legion if Lifetime member of the Disabled American Veterans if Enlisted man United States Navy World War II if Commissioned Officer of Arkansas National Guard + Member Arkansas & Pulaski County Bar Associations if Former Teacher and Principal in Public Schools of Arkansas if Active in Civic and Fraternal Organizations if Practicing Attorney . • • Claude CARPENTER LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Pol. Ail p»M lor by Mis. CI«Je Cirpmlir, T.V.'i lirbiu McKenry VOTE FOR E. Prosecuting Attorney The prosecuting attorney's office requires a man with enthusiasm,, vitality, and maturity. Ralph Wilson has these qualifications. Ralph Wilson holds the position of trustee of Kiwanis International, one of the highest off ices attainable in service club work. This position requires a man of ability, integrity and interest in public affairs. Ralph Wilson has these qualities. Ralph Wilson hae lived all his life in Osceola,Mississippi County, Arkansas. Help elect a homecounty prosecuting attorney. Thank You For The Large Margin Of Votes July 26. I Will Appreciate Your Vc'e Again On August 9th. RALPH E. WILSON FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY Pol. Ad paid for by Rnlph E. Wilson ELECT GERALD PEARSON YOUR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY ^Gerald Pearson is experienced and capable. ^-Gerald Pearson served as Deputy Prosecuting Attorney under the Honorable Terry Shell. ^-Gerald Pearson is now serving as Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for Craighead County under A, S. "Todd" Harrison, your present Prosecuting Attorney. -& Gerald Pearson is old enough for mature judgment and young enough for the vigorour performance of the duties of this office. YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT APPRECIATED ELECT GERALD PEARSON YOUR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY "THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE" This Political Ad Paid for by Gerald Pearson

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