The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1968 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 29, 1968
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Blytheville (Ark.) Courier News - Mopday, April M, 1988 - Face Fiv« Astrological * Forecast * By CARROLL RIGHTER> to aetaonuw font rorecut, note paratt.pli opposite d»t« wUek Ucludt your blrtb date- TUESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day and evening to put on your thinking cap to get some highly sensible and logical ideas {or advancing-in the days ahead by a long-range visionary plan that is now yours. Be sure that you do let those about see and realize that you are the one to. be turned,to so that pending can be carried McNaoiht expected of you by others now, ntentions are good, so carry hrough to the minutest detail. !ome to a real understanding with associates. Be affectionate with loved one. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 '. to Dec. 21) Labor efficiently and e sure you do not irk higher- 19) arrangements through. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. If you contact regular elates, yoii find they will assist you to gain your most cherished wishes. Get out and visit with the right people and you be' come more efficient. Use that fine sales ability you have. ^ TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Concentrate on making more money or getting certain problems cleared up in present setup Do whatever is necessary to get -rid of debts you may have. Also plan on how you are going to spend extra money you are going to make constructively. .-.'..---'•• GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You understand how to g a in your most cherished personal aims, so lull" speed ahead in" a positive way. Get out to those •worthwhile social affairs and make new acquaintances of note. Be courteous. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Take care that you do not divulge that secret that someone has confided in you, and show that you can be trusted. Garner the 'information you need in some interesting field you are now delving into. Do so tactfully. LEO (J u 1 y 22 to A u g. 21) Getting into the group activities that most appeal to you with those of similar interests, gets you the support you want. Enjoy old associates as well as make new one. This can be very happy, productive day am evening. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Show loyalty to those who have much control over your own affairs and you get a good deal of backing you want and need You have fine talents seldom used that can i\iw ctoe in very handy. Get ahead. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Get into those new outlets now that require you be r/ore broad-" minded and that you have not been able to dabble in before this. Listen to one who has a different viewpoint than yours and is a specialist. in what you most need. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You understand quickly what is support, you more Find the right spring wardrobe ups in any way. Then others willingly. Paperwork Buries Red MOSCOW AP)—Up to half a doctor's day in this bureaucratic society must be devoted to filling out forms and other paperwork. This is disclosed in a detailed report of a Soviet doctor's life, given in the newspaper Komso- molskaya Pravda. Dr. Svetlana Parkhomenko makes 105 rubles or $116.67 a month, so she is about as well off as a typical teacher. Dr. Parkhomenko works at a polyclinic, as do about two- thirds, of this country's doctors. The.polyelinics are like outpa- vou desire during your spare tient centers at Western hospi- "als- •-•- .:• . -',-:-,. Treatment is free, though the time. /...'. CAPRICORN (Dee. 22 to Jan. 20) You must do your work i/> a most precise way if you want the support and esteem of higher-ups later on. Greater success can also be yours. Take theTight health" treatments that make you feel tops. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 21) ;-Corieentrate- oh T ypur finest creative talents and whatever pleases"yoB the. most and trend vour efforts in such lines. * . _...,. ... . - • • *-_ v_ War Vignettes r < „. 1 : - ', • ' C? • <• By GEORGE MCARTHUB Associated Press Writer lots and knew the situation in Thailand where most are based. In -assigning targets riowa- -" . 'l*V «' " OOOlgllHIg M»s,gV»l» MWH*» SAIGON' AP)' — The"chair- days, he smiles, he is mindful of patients have to buy some of their own medicine. Dr. Parkhomenko is expected to handle five cases an hour at the clinic, No. 32 in the Zhdanov district of Leningrad. House calls to bedridden patients, which take more time because of the distances involved, average 30'minutes each. .Dr. Parkhomenko, 30, received the normal six years of medical education after being borne colonel jogging nonchalantly around headquarters in track shorts probably knows as much about fighter planes as any man alive. -The Air Force is lifting him out of his key staff'job in'Viet- ham next month to take charge of the Pentagon program 'to develop the lightning-fast fighter of the 1970s. - "It had better be good," smiles 43-year-old Robert White, the slightly greying astronaut who started his career, and almost ended it, in a 400-mile an hour P51 Mustang. : White won his astronaut wings hurling an X15 rocket plane 56 miles into the sky. In a long test-pilot career he flew all the Century series fighter bombers and more recently the swingw- ing Fill. After more than 70 combat missions over North Vietnam in what his own reaction would have been when he was on the receiving end of such orders. Next month, White will be transferred back to, Wright Field near Dayton, Ohio, where his wife and four kids are awaiting in their nearby Fairborn, Ohio, home which is "typical Americana, complete with crab grass." an F105 Thunderchief, the Air| loth 1968 offer for - sa i e at pub- Force finally got him into ai lic auct jon, to the highest and chairborne jobas the "frag"of-! b j st ydder, upon a credit of Loved one wants you-to be J graduated from-high school. She more affectionate. Be sure you married an arhiy officer, Stan- show you are? devoted. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You know what is most required at home now in order to have more. harmonious condh tions exist 'there, so get busy and put in operation at once, ekminating your most annoying setbacks. Be clever. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he, or she, wfll be one of those charming individuals who has both quick physi^ cal maneuverihgs as weU as a nimble mind, so try to slant the education along the more creative lines. The ability to think quickly during an emergency is fine, and the born salesperson is in this chart. Fame possible here quite early in life. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas Helen Kay Foster Plaintiff, vs. No. 17590 Jimmie Gregg Foster Defendant, The defendant, Jimmie Gregg Foster, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of .the plaintiff, Helen Kay Foster. Dated this 5th day of April, 1968 at 9:45 o'clock A.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By BETTY COATS, D. C. Leon Burrow, Attorney James W. Steinsiek, Atty. Ad Litem. 4-8,15, 22, Tired of pushing, pulling and sweating over grass cutting? GETAYAZOORIDER! islav, and they have a'7-year-old son who is looked after at his school. After her day at the clinr ic the doctor has to shop, prepare the family dinner and do. housework. The couple has moved around a lot because of the husband's military career^ Their apartment is filled with secondhand furniture picked up along the' way. ' ' ' Dr. Parkhomenko hopes even-: tually to do postgraudate study and become a specialist, which would mean better pay and less routine. • '_•'- '• A woman going Into medicine is no rarity in the Soviet Union. It boasts 26 doctors per 10,000 people, against 1 per 10,000 in the United States, and three- quarters of these are women. On her vacations, to get away from it all, she never reveals that she is a doctor. But she confesses that her professional training is often too much for her and she finds she has not really escaped: "I catch myself thinking—this person over there has kidney trouble, that one shows all the symptoms of diabetes , NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE Pursuant to the provisions of a decree which was rendered by the Chancery Court of this district and county, in a cause therein pending wherein Joe Evrard, Administrator of Marcus Evrard Estate, Plaintiff Robert Clark and Frances Clark, his wife, Defendants I, the undersigned Commissioner of said court within lawful hours on the date of May ficer who plans each day's over-all air strikes against North Vietnam. : 'I wrestle with it,' 1 White says of his desk job. "There are lots of moments when I'd rather be back in a cockpit." 'At present,'the wiry colonel is also recovering:from ; another:of the hazards-of Saigon-;life. Having escaped injury in a hazard- ous7career spanning two wars and countless test flights, White had his right arm badly burned when 'Some toy. gas-filled balloons blew up at .the farewell, party for a fellow officer. •.•-.-...'-*. * * Apart'from a weekend in the hospital, the accident got him no time off from the 12-hour-a- day routine he follows amidst the briefings, maps, reports and martian-lit warrooms of 7th Air Force headquarters. Starting at 6 o'clock each morning, White sorts intelligence reports, pilot reports and headquarters priorities and outlines the daily strikes for several hundred fighter bombers. His daily one-mile jog is about his only regular recreation. He admits he left his Thailand-based 105 squadron with "great reluctance" but adds that he is now thankful for the staff experience. He was brought to Saigon expressly because he could represent the views of the.fighter pi- News Briefs LOS ANGELES (AP)-A Los Angeles County report oh construction in the Watts section of [.OS Angeles since the 1965 riots say that five schools have been built at a cost of $24 million, additions to 15 other schools lave been completed at a cost of $13.6 million and additions to 74 more schools are under way or assured of funds at a cost of 155.6 million. BANGUI, Central African Republic (AP) — A major avenue n the capital of this country has jeen named Martin Luther King Street in ceremonies led by President Jean Bedel Bokassa. LOS ANGELES (AP)-A law irofesscr suggests amending statutes to permit the routine removal of vital organs after death for'transplant into living persons. Jesse Dunkeminier of ;he University of California at !x)s Angeles told a news conference that such removal should be automatic unless the patient objects before death or the family objects afterward. He is a member of a committee named by the Los Angeles County district attorney to draft laws regulating organ transplants. three months, at the front door of the Court House in the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, the following property:— Lot Number Three (3) in Block Two (2) of the J. L. O'Steen Addition to the City bi Blytheville, Arkansas, as shown by recorded plat thereof. ^ The purchaser at said sale will be required to give bond with approved security to secure the payment of ', his bid arid a lien will also be retained on the iroperty therefor.- GERALDINE LISTON, Commissioner in '."'• . Chancery. Jraham Sudbury .15 N. 2nd Street Blytheville,. Arkansas, Attorney for Plaintiff. IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS MARY ELIZABETH GUYTON BOOTH vs. Quit fighting it out with a mower that works you harder than it works-trade up to a Yazoo Rider! Riders trim your lawn to carpet smoothness, with a floating cutting head out front that eliminates scalping and gouging. Available to five cutting widths from 32" to 60", they pack plenty of power for every grass cutting job. We have a complete lin» of Yazoo Riders; they're all made for people who are bard to please. Come in soon and see how easy ft fs to leave your grass cutting worries behind with a Yazoo! SEE THE COMPLETE YA20Q LINE AT OUX STOM GENTRY'S GARAGE SITW.Aih PhbM PO 3-4269 The *Kicky Look tt Just Arrived! Pant Dresses High-Fashion steppers! Crisp, cool, and neat lady-like pant dresses. .Really "hip" in psycho-stripes. Exciting hardware accents like "Pirate Buckles". Select from our wild collection for 3 to 6X miru-modernes. RUDOLPH BOOTH DEFENDANT WARNING ORDER The defendant, Rudolph Booth s hereby warned to appear in this Court within thirty (30 ,ys and answer the Complain of the plaintiff, Mary Elizabeth [uyton- Booth, and upon his ailure to do so, said Complaint will be taken as confessed. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the Chancery Court of (tie Chickasawba District of Missis- iippi .County, Arkansas, and :he seal of said Court, this 19th day of April, 1968. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D. C. leid, Burge & Prevallet Attorneys for Plaintiff Leon Burrow Attorney ad litem 4-22, 29, 5-6, 13 PLAINTIFF No. 17,549 WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Ruby Nell O'Bryant, Plaintiff, vs. No. 17591 J. D. O'Bryant, Defendant. The defendant, J. D. O'Bryant, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Ruby Nell O'Bryant. Dated this 5th day ot April, 1968 at 9:45 o'clock A.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D. C. Leon Burrow, Attorney James M. Gardner, Atty. Ad Litem. 4/8, 15, 22, 29 'Race Relations Critical 7 TOKYO (AP) - "I can only conclude that race relations m America are at a critical turning point," a Japanese sociologist studying in Illinois has reported to Tokyo readers. In a story in the Tokyo newspaper Asalii,' Kenichi Tominaga asked: "Is there anything to do to temper the tension that exists between white liberals who with good will try to understand black people who assert that good will is deception?" Tominaga, an assistant professor of sociology at Tokyo University, is doing research on management-labor relations at the University of Illinois. He reported on a memorial assembly at the university for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. "There is in the psychological makeup of the Negro students a belief that whatever the white students and professors say and feel and think is simply a gesture of guilt-ridden sympathy and therefore a deception. tablished a line of comniuh'lca (ion on the campus, they ara poles apart if, agitated v by tragic stroke of events,., they meet as a group," Tomingfa said. . , C""" Salton Sea Accident : SALTON CITY, Calif AP).Adrift in a wrecked boat $j$e Salton Sea, his wife's bjxlylat his side, John D Lairizolo waved frantically at otheHjoats for 24 hours before being.res- cued. . ^ ' Lairazolo and his wife-«Margaret were boating on the Maud sea Friday when their 18-foot outboard craft struck a doffing plank. Lairazolo 'told authorities he was thrown into the'waJer and knocked unconscious^ljiit was kept afloat by a life jacket. Swimming back to thefb.<&t, he found his wife's body eaupht beneath the craft. She apparently had fallen overboarcf %id been struck in the back of*tbe head by the boat's propell<j£; Lairazolo tugged hei --back "I learned that although the ' into the boat. He attractel.Help black and whites seem to be in-1 from other boaters late Satur- tegrated and seem to have es- day. IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS VELEMA JANE HOLDING PLAINTIFF vs. No. 17605 ROBERT J. HOLDING DEFENDANT WARNING ORDER The defendant, Robert 3. Holding, is hereby warned to appear in this Court within (30) days and answer the Com plaint of the plaintiff, Velema Jane Holding, and upon his failure to do so, said Complaint will be taken as confessed. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, and the seal of said Court, this 19th day of April, I960. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D.C. Reid, Burge & Prevallet Attorneys for Plaintiff Leon Burrow Attorney ad litem 4-22, 29, 5-6, 13 "too** 5 ' A Health Report From irovei at BEWARE OF LSD. IT IS DANGEROUS. LSD, or lysergic acid diethylamidc, was dls- covered nearly thirty yeaia ago and onlj recently became the subject of intense research. It has possibilities for great good if we can ever learn how to control It. It has been said LSD is,presently the most dangerous drug Ke have had In » long time. Itt results are erratic, unpredictable and highly potent. Evidence Indicates it damages the user'* chromosomes, leading to mental retardation and birth defects. We will not, under present condl- . (Ions, stock or seU LSD to anyone. TOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when yoa need a medicine. Pick up your prescription If shopping nearby, or we will deliver promptly without extra chagre. A great many'people entrust us with their prescriptions. May we compound and dispense yoursT Plaza WALGREEN AGENCY PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Ph. 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