The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1966 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 22, 1966
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Kytntvfflt (Ark.) Courtar New - Thun<Uy, S»pUmbtr a, 19U - Pi*t 8mn STILL A BEETLE - It still looks like "the beatle," but there are some changes. The changes include a modified rear suspension for a smoother ride, a 12-volt electrical system, dual back-up lights and a generator which charges even when the car is stopped for a traffic light. The new Volkswagen go on display at Central Motor Sales Sept. 28. KARMANN GHIA FOR '67-Volkswagen's Karmann Ghia's resemblance to the 1966 models is only skin deep. A slightly larger, more flexible engine, an improved suspension system and restyled bucket seats are some of the changes. The car goes on display Sept. 28 at Central Motor Sales. 11 8 III 111 111 IT i iinmiiiimi SQUAREBACK - Volkswagen's 1967 Squareback delivers improved performance under all load, road and traffic conditions due to a modified rear suspension and new third gear ratio in the fully synchromesh transmission. Central Motor Sales will display the new cars Sept. 28. PROMOTED — Capt. Ed Stewart, former Blytheville resident, has been promoted to assistant manager-flying of Delta Airlines' Atlanta pilot base. He has been with Delta since 1951 and is married to the former Ernestine Halsell of here. Today In History Today is Friday ,ept. 23, the 266th day of 1966. There are 99 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1779, the first decisive naval battle waged by the United States was fought off the coast of England. American naval hero John Paul Jones de- ieated and captured the British ship 'Serapis." On this date: In 1806, Lewis and Clark completed their expedition to explore territory west of the Mississippi River. In 1939, Italian dictator Benito Mussolini said Italy's position would be one of neutrality. In 1943, the United States, Great Britain, Russia and China agreed on the creation of a United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration. In 1945, President Harry Truman said he would shoulder full responsibility for future development of the atomic bomb and atomic energy. In 1952, Rocky Marciano knocked out Jersey Joe Walcotl in the 13th round, winning, the world heavyweight champion ship. One year ago — U.S. chie delegate to the U.N., Arthui Goldberg, lashed put at Red China in his maiden speech to the U.N. General Assembly. Agriculture - Agronomy or Chemical B.S. degree desiring, to locate in Southeast Missouri. Interested in position which could lead to management of sales and personnel. Must have ability to communicate ideas to others, and extroverted personality. Write resume in complete confidence to president: Heetro Gas Corp., P.O. Box 594, Sikeston, Missouri. NOTICE ANNUAL SCHOOL ELECTION WILSON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 25 OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Notice is hereby given that the j annual school election in thej above named district will be held September 29, 1966 for the following purposes: To elect one director for a term of five years. For voting on school taxes and other measures as may be properly submitted at baic. electioi The polls will open at 8 a.m and close at 6:30 p.m. at the following places: Wilso? Cafe, Wilson, Ark. Whitton School, Rt. 1, Tyron- z., Ark. Given this 7th day of Sept. 1966. Signed: R. E. L. Wilson III, Pres. J. R. Forester, Secretary 9-8, 15, 22 WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Claud L. Cagle, Plaintiff, vs. No. 16940 Patricia Jones Cagle, Defendant. The defendant, Patricia Jones Cagle, is hereby warned to appear within :hirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Claud L. Cagle. Dated this 13th day of September, 1966 at 3:50 o'clock P.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D. C. Todd Harrison, Attorney H. G. Partlow, Jr. Atty Ad Litem 0-15, 22, 29, 10-6 TAX PAYERS County Tax on Real and Personal Property Will Be Delinquent After OCTOBER 1st, 1966 PAY NOW AND AVOID THE LAST MINUTE RUSH, William Berry man Sheriff And Ex-Officio Collector Mississippi County, Arkansas have the W •*2? T/iese are (he Exclusive National Tours of hit Broadway Musicals. Famous i tars of Broadway, Hollywood and TV, distinguished directors and choreographer?, lavish scenery all combine to bring you a truly spectacular performance. SEE'TunnyGiifFREE! Here's Wonderful News for Every Theater-Goer You can see the fabulous Broadway hit "Funny Girl" on Opening Night as the-guest of producer Martin Tahse. How? By becoming a charter member of The American Musical Theater Club— America's newest and most exciting theater plan. -You'll see and meet members of the. cast, critics and other celebrities on this festive occasion . . . and champagne is on the house! // you've never been a theater subscriber before, 6r if you -are a regular theater goer, She new American Musical Theater Club is the right plan for you. And because we want everyone to discover the won; derful world of musical theater from the very best seats in the house, we are making this truly exciting Charter Membership offer: Join The American Musical Theater Club (as a Charter Member your dues are only five dollars), agreeing to buy one, two or three orchestra tickets to each of three wonderful Broadway musicals coming to town this season-"Where's Charley?", "On A Clear Day You Can See Forever" and "The Desert Song". You pay only regular box office prices for these 3 shows (plus a small mailing and handling charge), and you will receive— absolutely free— the same number of tickets (one, two or three) to the Gala Opening Night performance of "Funny Girl". Your Charter Membership brings you all these exciting benefits: ~1 You may buy one, fv/o or three choice reserved -*- orchestra seats for each of three wonderful musicals... and you receive your tickets to "Funny Girl" absolutely free! O As a gift for joining immediately you receive 3 ^ "Special" Columbia 2-record long-playing album in a handsome presentation case. "The Best of Broadway 1926-1966" features such great artists as Julie Andrews, Tony Bennett, Mary Martin and many others...singing the all-time hits of the musical stage. An $8.99 value- and it's yours FREE! 3 Along with the album, you get FREE a 16-page booklet filled with fascinating facts about the musical theater-and illustrated with a treasure of "collector's photographs." /I You also get—absolutely free-a beautiful Souvenir .- 1 - Book for each of the four musicals you'll see. Non-members pay at least 31.00 each...and you'll receive yours along with the tickets to each show so you'll have time to read this exciting book before the house lights dim. 5 Members will receive a monthly newsletter which will bring exciting facts about the theater and include additional benefits for members. fi SPECIAL MEMBER DISCOUNTS-in addition to all ^-^ this, your Charter Membership in The American Musical Theater Club entitles you to discounts of up to 40% on records and books. 7 SPECIAL BONUS! If you are planning a trip to New York, you may order your seats for any show on Broadway through the Club and be guaranteed tickets. You pay only box olfice price plus a standard service charge. HOW DO YOU JOIN ? Simply fill out the coupon and mail it today! You will be assigned choice reserved orchestra seats for three musicals at regular box office prices and be sent your FREE iickets to the Gala Opening Night of "Funny Girl" at no cost to you! But remember, the number of orchestra seats is limited, so send in your application now. Brilliantly choreographed by «gnes DeMllle, here Jf in evening of musical fun for the entire family. Directed by Cyril Bilcbaril! Tony Tanner, star Marion Marlowe, Fred Clark, fa- of the movie popularsinger mous comedy "Stop the World on the Arthur star of movies I Want to Get Godfrey televl- and television. Off." sion show. opens October 31 FOffifrQ Alan Jay lerner and Burton lint hava created theatrical fireworks with this recent Broadway smash! Now you can lee and hear the big hit songs... direct from Broadway! Opens April to Starring Van Jofin- mund Romberg's exotic and romantic adventure of the "Red Shadow," a French soldier ot fortune In Moroc Allen Case, stvot the "Jesse Jamtt" television series. ,(ead what these famous personalities have to say about the exciting NEW AMERICAN MUSICAL THEATER CLUB ARLENE FRANCIS SAYS: "Good for the American Musical Theater Club, bringing romantic Broadway favorites to everyone! I can't imagine a happier way for people to share 'some enchanted evening."" HELEN HAYES SAYS: "How thrilled I am by what the American Musical Theater Club is doing. Do join—everyone!*? ETHEL MERMAN SAYS: "there's no business like show business! Congratulations to the American Musical Theater Club for giving everyone an opportunity to enjoy evenings like these." CALL YOUi. lOCAL REPRESENTATIVE! If you wish further information about becoming a Charter Member, or if you would like information about group ticket discounts, charities, benefits, etc. CALL: JAMES S.METCALFE (6151255-6655 •liiaiilirf APPLtCATIOX Please send me my Iree record album and reserve my Charter Membership and register me for the privileges and benefits described in this advertisement. I wish to reserve my orchestra tickets for the 1966-67 season as checked below: CHECK NUMBER OF TICKETS \ wish to order 3 tickets to each musical. I wish to order 2 tkkett to each musical. I I wish to order 1 ticket ' to each musical. CHECK CHOICE OF PERFORMANCE D Series of four Opening Nights (Mondays) at $6.50 per ticket.' (Note: you only pay tor three!) D Series of four Weekly Herrings it $6.00 per ticket/ (Note. You only pay for three!) Indicate preterence: h Tuesday evenings D Wednesday evenings D Thursday evenings. D Series of four Matinees at $5.00 per ticket.* (Note; you only pay for three)! Indicate preference: D Wednesday D Saturday. D Series ot tour Weekend Evenings at $6.50 per ticket.* (Note: you only pay for three!) Indicate preference: n Friday evenings D Saturday evenings. D WHICHEVER SERIES 1 have chosen, 1 prefer my Free tickets to "Funny Girl" for Opening Night., f'i'Z *Plus a smalt mailing and handling charge. D Bill me in thret Installments lor everything: my annual due! of live dollars. »nd "1 "• served orchestrt tickets for the 1966-67 «ason. D l enclose my annual dim ol live dollar!. Bill me in ttlree Installments lor my reserved orchestra tickets tor the 1966-07 season. D SftVE HONEY! I enclose J check lor every, thint, my annual dues ol live dollars and my reserved orchestra seats lor Ihe 1966.67 season, and I save the mailing and hmdtfnit. a:-.,-..'," ~ Zip Bb4e Sip.twt '•'• Ho. ~~~ Mill today and make check payable to: THE AMERICAN MUSICAL THEATER CU» Itetl Bernhardt, MM Knljht Road, Memphis, Tenn. - Telephone J83-M11 . Dept. 151Z1

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