The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 25, 1966 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 25, 1966
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BIythtvlUt (Ark.) Courier Nnn - Thunday, Au|u*t M, JIM - P»l* NInp Teen-Age By WILLIAM L. RYAN AP SPecial Correspondent "Dare to organize the masses," said a Chinese Communist party directive issued several weeks ago. Now the "masses" are organized' and in full cry, and those who dared are becoming 1 * the masters of what begins to look like a Fascist China. Indoctrinated tee n-agers, glorying in a license for mass cruelty, are potent weapons in the hands of a dictator. Today they roarfl the streets of Chinese cities, inflicting . outlandish humiliations oh random victims who-, have suddenly become' '• the people." LJSyidentlyJlie 'stage is being set for. a climactic act of the purge the party calls "the great proletarian cultural revolution," and evidently some men in high —perhaps very high—places we about to fall. Those who have "the masses" in their hands also have the nation—at least for now. They will be ; tough. Ominously, the theoretical journal Red Flag announced this week: * * * "Any person, no matter how high his position, how old his standing and how great his fame, as long as he fails to do things according to Mao Tze- tung's thinking should have his erroneous views boycotted and a determined struggle should be waged against him until he a dismissed from his "official posts." JDaily Record Weather U. 8. Weather Borean Agricultural service ':K. Keiser, Ark. ;•• jright sunshine, is streaming down on Arkansas today. This is in'contrast tp yesterday when clqudiness characterized the north and light sprinkles fell in SQuth. Arkansas. Rainfall irtiounW' were of little eonse? iguence. and totalled less than :pne-tenth of an inch. ; I Meanwhile a cool,, high pressure .center has settled over the goiith plains. It will mpve into Arkansas'by tomorrow. This .will maintain the mild, dry spell Jj) Arkansas for several days. >;'. Yesterday's highs were in the Icool 70's under cloudy s k'i e s. •Clearing skies allowed the temperatures to fall to 49 degrees at Gilbert and Fayetteville this morning. - Sunny skies today will allow teniperatures to recover into the 80's, The dry sunny weather will be excellent .for all crops, al-. though night time minimums will... be on the cool side for cotton, soybeans and rice. Insect sraying schedules may be maintained into the weekend. The next several days will be. favorable for haying, but weekend forecasts should be watched for a possible return to showery conditions. Yesterday's High—IB overnight Low—58 Precipitation prevloiu 24 houra (to 7 A.m. today)—none Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—36.47 Sunset today—6:36 Sunrise tomorrow—5:28 Tills Dale A Year Afo Yesterday's High—89 Overnight Low—67 Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—33.37 World Deaths WASHINGTON (AP) — Clarence G. Marshall. 81, Washington editor of the Newport News Daily Press Inc., and a newspaperman for nearly 65 years, died Wednesday of a heart attack. Marshall had worked for The Associated Press and other newspapers and magazines, and had been part owner of the Daily Press Inc. for 33 years. MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Dr. Carlos Martinez, 52, American Cancer Society professor at the University of Minnesota and known for his work in transplanting organs, died Wednesday of a heart attack. TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (TP) — Former President Vicente Mejia Colindres, 88. who served in the 1929-33 depression years, died Wednesday. SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (API-James A. Gulhrie, 77, editor emeritus of the San Bernardino Sun-telegram and a veteran newspaperman, died Tuesday. Survivors include a son. James A. Outline, publisher of the Sun-Telegram. Youth Service Starts Friday Hev. Tommy ' McCall senior student at Bible Missionary Institute in Rock Island, 111., will conduct weekend youth services, beginning Friday night, at tiie Bible Missionary Church, 624 Park St. Rev. W. S. Brown, pastor, extends an invitation to the public. Ireland imports flax for its Trish linen, which must be hand- processed. Markets Open High Low Ust Chicago Wheat Sept. IDS 188% 11744 187% Dec. 194% 19514 194% 194^ Mar. 199% 200% 199% 19j% Chicago Soybeans NOV. 322 323 320% 320% Jan, 325% 327 324%' 324% Mar. 330 330% 328% 32? New York Stocks Texas GS ; ;.:........ 90 ; ; Chrysler .; 36!i RCA ..:;; lT ,..; : ,'.,y -.. 46% A. T. fcT; .'.......'. 51% Dow ..'.7.'...,..'! : .'..;--.,.Y.-,v 67% Xerox 195%. GM i 74% Pan Amer 61Vi Ford 42% Westinghause '.,... 43% U. S. Steel 41. Curtis Pub, .; 9% Comsat 48% Amer. Motors ..,...,.,,...- 9>/4 Sears 61% Parke Davis 28% General Electric 87% Beth. Steel 30% Reynolds Tob. 35V4 Standard NJ 63% Holiday Inn 37 7 /s Ark-La 38>/4 Ark-Mo 11% Divco-Wayne 26 MANILA (Continued from Page Ode) enues possible are obtained in the leasing of the area for the production of income." Brown pointed out that his lessees had posted cash guarantees totaling $23,996.08 and claimed this sum was far in exr cess of the revenues that would be derived from the council's tenants. His case depended largely on whether the FAA would interpret strictly its authority over collection of revenues. Instead, the FAA announced its d e c i s i o n to abide by the t e r m s. of a compromise proposed by the council, which would implement a competitive bids system next year but would retain the present structure for this year. Undaunted, Brown pressed his case and promised that the issue would be a significant factor in his re-election campaign this year — whatever the legal decision. Brown is expected to face stiff opposition this fall from partisans of former Mayor A. A. Tipton, whom he defeated in 1964, running on a reform ticket WARNING ORDER In the .Chancery Court, Chiek- asawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Cornelius Alphonso Pogue (Col.) Plaintiff vs. No. 16913 Marie Pogue (Col.) Defendant The defendant, Marie Pogue, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Cornelius Alphonso Pogue. Dated this 24th day of August, 1966 at 10:01) o'clock A.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Geraldine Liston, D.C. Percy A. Wright, Attorney Ed B. Cook, Atty Ad Litem 8-26,9-1,1,15 humemoet P«y kov f»p« Boy The impression left by the' spectacle going on in Red China is that within a short tiro* Peking will mak* Known to the world the more Important results of the purge. Whatever' opposition existed to the current line of policy It being renwie* lessly crushed under the mil* attack of the mobp af youngsters. • • - ' relatively certain already' is that China h« a military dictator masquerading as * proletarian. Defense Minister Lin Pjao, a marshal when the army had ranks, is the emerging boss, and the great proletarian cultural revolution seems designed to establish the line of succession after the ailing M»P Tze4ung. With his oponents swept into oblivion, Lin appears to be using the armed forces to nail down Ms authority. His newspaper, Liberation Army Daily, makes much of the news that Mao wore a uniform in his latest Public appearance, standing "side by side with his closest comrade in arms, Comrade Lin Piaq." . It will go hard, with those who tried to 'stop the Ljn charge. Their sin, nfeely prefaprieatetj, was "losing touch with the masses." The winners got to the masses first. Rampaging teen-age students on a wild witch hunt have both she sanction and inspiration of those now in control, Did not o wear the red armband of the young Red. guards in Ms latest appearance? When the, dust clears, probably a hslf4o?en new faces will appear on the Politburo, which lolds total power over the M* tion. Prominent names will be missing and °'her prominent men-prot)ably including President Liu ShafrehMvill be downgraded. Few, pondering the spectacle, would doubt Peking's words that the revolution "has reached a new stage." This staggap- pears to be one which brings China the prospect of total reg^ imentation, total subservience to the state, total conformity to the notions of those who run the party, and, in the bargain, total isolation frorn the oittsjde world. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chick.- asawba District, Mississippi, County, Arkansas. A. T. Stanley ' Plaintiff . vs. ' No. 16907 " Georgia Stanley Defendant The defendant, Georgia Stanley, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the 'court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, A. T. Stanley. Dated this 23rd day of August, 1963 at 10:30 .o'clock A.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Opal Doyle, p. G. Guy Walls, Attorney ' Leachville, Ark. Ed B. Cook, Atty Ad Litem 8-25, 9-1, 8, 15 RESERVE Continued from page one active duty. Since the apropriations measure passed by the House and the one approved by the Senate differed; the measures were sent to a Senate-House conference where a compromise was reached Wednesday. Among other things, the compromise included agreement for the House to vote on the Senate's Reserves provision. The conferees agreed to go along with the Senate provision with modifyinglanguage requiring that the identities of Reserve units ordered to active duty be retained and that family and economic satus be considered. While the Senate-House conferees were reaching their agreement Wednesday, the Pentagon provided more details on a military training program announced by Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara in a New York speech Tuesday. Under the program, thousands of men who in the past would have been rejected for military service because they did not score high enough in physical or intelligence and aptitude tests, will be inducted. During their first months in uniform, efforts will be made toward improvement. If there is sufficient improvement, these GIs will remain in service. If not, the trainee will receive an honorable discharge on the grounds that he is not qualified for military service. Pentagon manpower officials said that the 40,000 men who enter the service under the new program between October and next July 1 will be those now disqulaified by substandard scores in military intelligence and altitude tests. They will get special educational training. Starting next July 1, when the rogram begins absorbing 100,000 men a year, men also will be acceted with physical ailments which can be cured in about six weeks. An example would be i> man with a hernia, which could be corrected with relatively minor surgery. The manpower officials said quotas for the program are being worked out among the armed services but the Army will get the bulk of tht trainees. IN THE COUNTY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS i; •!••;"'•' IN THB MATTJR/Of TW ANNEXATION OK CERTAIN TERRITORY TO THE CITY OF BWTHEVJUJ;. ARKANSAS LOCATED IN SECTION U, TOWNSHIP 15 NORTH, RANGE LI, BAST, NO, 575 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that there has been filed in the Coun^ ty Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, a Petition to annex certain territory to the City of Blytheville, ArkansaSi filed by Mississippi County Baptist Association by its Trustees, Alvin Huffman, Jr. P. W. Garrison and Gene Pierce; Norman Shields and Claudine Shields, his wife, said land to be annexed lying in the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, to-wit: ... ; A one acre tract of land carved out of the.. North... Half .(NV4) Northeast Quarter (NEI'/i) Southeast Quarter (SEW), Section 11, Township 15 North, Ra.nge il East, more partieujarly described as follows: Begin at the SW corner of the N'/4 NBV4 SWV4 of said Seption 11, which is also the SB cor- ner of Lot 8, Block 5, Second Ptrkilde Terrace Addition to Blytheville, Arkansas; thence North along the Bait line of said addltlo,. 3U !eeti thence East 135.28 feet; thence South 3£! feet; thence West 135.28 feet to the point of beginning. A Plat of said Proposed Annexation is on file with said Petition in the office of the Clerk of said Court and i.he undersigned has been named by the Petitioners as a person authorized to act for them in the premises. The Court has fixed the 19th day of September, 1966, at lO-.oo o'clock 4.M., Courthouse, Blytheville, Arkansas, as the date and time to hear the aforesaid Petition for a.11 relief prayed and all interested persons are now notified to be present in said Court on the date ,o fixed. GIVEN this 9th day of August, 1966, J. W. St«|nsiek c/o Gardner & Stejnsiek 115 North 2nd Street Blytheville, Arkansas Attorneys (or Petitioners 8-11, 18, 25 IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF CHICJCA5AWJ5A DISTRICT, .MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. .'-.'• FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION >, PLAINTIFF VS. Ca«e No. 1«W8 ••''-. OTIS L. BOGQS, MAMIR/ .( BOGGS, CHARLES 0. WILLtf. LOUISE WILLIS, NORMAN T. HAMMONS and ESTELL HAMMONS PEFENPANTS WARNING ORDER The defendants, Charles G. Willis, Louise Willis, Norman T. Hammons and Estell Hammons are hereby warned tp appear in this court within Thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Pocahontas Federal Savings and Loan Association, and upon their failure so to do, said complaint shall be taken as confessed, • WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the Chancery Court gf Mississippi County, Arkansas, and the seal of said court this 23rd day of August, 1966. GERALDINE L1STON, Clerk By Opal Doyle, D.C. Vernon J. King Box 427, Pocahontas, Ark, Attorney for Plaintiff 8,25, 94, 8, 15 WARNING ORDER James Miller is warned to appear in the Chancery Court for -the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas within thirty days next after the date of the first publication of this notice, to answer a cohv "ilnt filed against him in, ikft court by (he plaintiff, Joe Miller. Witness my hand aT clerk of said court «n« the tea) thereof a the City of 'Blytheville, AT- ktnui thii Hth day of August, "*.;,. . .'.',.. .,,. .• : GBRALDINE USTQN, Clerk By Geraldlne Listen, Deputy Marcus Eyrard 118 West Walnut Street Blytheville,. Arkansas Attorney for Plaintiff Graham Sudbury 115 North Second Street Blytheville, Arkansas Attorney Ad Litem 8-25, 9-1, 8, 1} Flirtation with fans reached a peak in the l?th Century. 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