of War Besets By PETER ARNETT Associated Press Writer SAIGON (AP) -, Six days of, fighting in Saigon have thrust the reality of war upon a city] population that for years es-' i:taped the horrors that occur every day in the blood-stained . countryside of South Vietnam, i This was the face of.Saigon Sunday, afternoon: ; A- Vietnamese doctor shrugged his shoulders beside' •- the bed of a dying 3-year-bld boy lying sightless, his body a raw scar from stomach to forehead. The flamethrower that had scorched him killed his mother and father. A nervous policeman raised his rifle at a dozen Vietnamese ' families that wandered to the park in front of the National Assembly building in the center of the city. The weary men and women picked up their babies and bundles and straggled up the street toward the central market, homeless nomads in a city paralyzed by the war. On the northwestern outskirts of the city, bulldozers gouged oui a mass grave for Viet Cong soldiers who died in the assault on the capital. They were to be buried anonymously in a cemetery that holds the remains of French Legionnaires and the them in the 1946-54 war. I A Vietnamese housewife hur-1 badly burned men. In the chil- head swathed in bloody band Vietnamese who fought beside I fleers'clubs. Other gravediggers were at work in the National Cemetery, preparing for the elaborate official funeral of a Vietnamese colonel beheaded by the Viet Cong. Six other graves were being dug alongside for his wife and five children, machine- gunned beside him. On the once fashionable boulevards in the center of town- rats scurried in man-high piles of garbage outside American of- ried through police checkpoints during the brief lifting of the curfew, seeking food to replenish her larder. Food is available only on the black market and at three times normal prices. Wounded civilians lie at least two in a bed at all hospitals. At Cho Ray, the biggest hospital in Vietnam, an old man wounded ir. both legs and the chest sprawls on the tile flooring because all the beds are full. On a bed next to him are two WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chiek- 'asawba ..District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. RUBY MILLER GOLDEN, , • Plaintiff vs. • No. 17486 JAMES VERNON GOLDEN, '•.:•; • ;• Defendant. .The defendant, James Vernon Golden is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the captiori hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Ruby Miller Gold• en-.'--' -' - - . • Dated this 12th day of January, 1968 at 1:45 o'clock P.M. GERALDINE USTQN, Clerk By Betty Coats, D. C. Leon Burrow, Attorney James M. Gardner, Atty Ad.Litem : . : W5, 22, 29, 2-5 Nixon 'Heads for Wisconsin By RELMAN MORIN AP Special Correspondent MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) Richard M. Nixon moves into Wisconsin today, opening one of the most critical battles in his way: The New Hampshire primary isn't going to nominate with five housewives, separate groups, businessmen, stur any candidate and it isn't going dents, farmers and young mar- to defeat any candidate." i r jed couples. The conversations His opposition in the Granite | with them were filmed for televi-' State is Gpv. George Romney of other fight to; win the Republican I Michigan, the only nomination for a Avowed Republican candidate. WARNING ORDER No. 17485 In the Chancery ourt of Mississippi County, Arfc., Chickasawba District. The Paul Revere Life Insurance Company, et al • Plaintiffs , '?•.. Johtmy Lee Overtoil, et al Defendants Trie defendant, Johnny Lee Overtop is r hereby warned to. appear' in this court within thirty days and answer the.com- plaint of the Plaintiff, the Paul Revere Life Insurance Company. Witness my hand and the .seal of said court this 12th day of January, 1968. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D. C. Spears & Sloan, • Attorneys West Memphis, Ark. 1-15, 22; 29, 2-5 presidential second time. This is .the second leg in Nixon's drive. He finished three-days of. intensive campaigning in .Newj Hampshire today and one of his aides, commenting tin the receptions to his appearances, said "It was all and more than we expected." New Hampshire holds the nation's first presidential primary election on March 12, followed by the Wisconsin primary April 2. . ; •...'.••. : Nixon is counting heavily on destroying his "loser image" by winning decisively in six primaries—and especially the first two. His lieutenants see New Hampshire as ultra important to him to start the momentum which they hope will carry into Wisconsin. He himself concedes the-significance of the first primary, but he said, "Put it 'this | Romney also has entered the i Wisconsin primary. Meanwhile, reports persist that New Hampshire supporters of Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of New York are preparing to organize a write-in campaign on his behalf. Rockefeller says he is riot running. Whether such a campaign would take more votes from Nixon or Romney is a matter of speculation here. Nixon spent Sunday in Hillsboro, a village of ,2,600, in informal question-an-ahswer sessions WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. BETTY S. WARD, Plaintiff, vs. . No. 17487 BILLY W. WARD, Defendant. ., The defendant, Billy W. Ward is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof arid answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Betty S.. Ward... . Dated this-12th day of January, 1968, at 4:00 o'clock P.M. . GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D. C. . Graham. Parflow, Jr.-,. Attorney .Everett E. : Barber, . Atty Ad Litem : " . 1-15, 22, 29, 2-5 sion spots to be used later in his campaign. Between sessions, he strolled through the s.now-and-ice rimmed streets of the village, shaking hands and chatting witn e residents. Nixon goes to Green Bay in iis first Wisconsin stop where he will speak and will hold a news conference. On Tuesday, tie goes to Wisconsin State University at Stevens Point, Pond du Lac and Appleton. GETTING UP MAKES MANY FEEL OLD Common Kidney or Bladder Irritations make many men and women feel tense and nervous from frequent, burning or itching urination night and day. Secondarily, you may lose sleep and have Headache, Backache and leel older, tired, depressed. In such cases; CYSTEX usually brings relaxing comfort by curbing Irritating- germs Jn acid urine and quickly casing pain. Get CYSTEX at druggists. "World's mostpopvlor" MARTIN HOUSE U.S. Potent RE 25878 PURPLE MARTIN" TIME- IS COMING! Stop in today and register for the drawing on a TRIO- MUSSELMAN Aluminum Martin House that attracts mattins and repels, starlings. 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February I,IMt - Pat* FriT" Minis to Stay Designer Predicts , LOS ANGELES (AP) - The midi and the maxi will lose out to the mini, says designer Rudi Gernreich. The man whose modstyles included the topless swimsuit ages, nestles on the bosom of!pooh-poohed the trend toward her mother, who moans with lowering skirts below the knee, similar wounds. "j rea lly believe that skirts The homeless wander the city seeking shelter arid food. The fearful crowd the grounds of hospitals, churches and pagodas. Some already are trying to rebuild oh the ruins. A shopkeeper who had lost everything was one of the few people in a block-long scene of destruction. He was trying to flatten the twisted tin roof on his house and replace it on liie charred walls. The destruction that surrounded him was as total as in Berlin in 1945. Thousands of people in the city are now homeless. Many had fled the fighting in the country, and now they have nowhere else to run. The war has caught up with Saigon. IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF: NO. 4627 NEARLY 20 YEARS LATER • LOUISVILLE (AP) - A billfold stolen 19V4 years ago turned up recently whe.n an auto crashed into the bus station at nearby Ft. Knox. It had lain sealed in the wall of the terminal all that time. When-workmen began repairing the damage, they found the wallet with several cards identifying the owner Rians of Peoria, Gerald DAISY R. HILL, DECEASED. NOTICE Last known address of decedent: 411 West Walnut Street, Blytheville, Arkansas. Date of death: January 23, 1968. The undersigned was appointed Administratrix of the estate of the above named decedent on the 2nd day of February, 1968. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six (6) 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. 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