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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 26, 1967
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Blythevlll* (Ark.)' Courier News - Thursflay. January X, UW — Pag* Nto« HEAD AUXILIARY DRIVE-Heading the 'March of Dimes campaign for the American Legion Auxiliary are (from left) Thelma Cath-. ey, poppy chairman; Mrs. Nell Spaeth, president; and Mrs. Kathryn MuUinS, community service chairman. (Courier News Photo) Fresh Clashes Occur In Mao Secured Areas By J6HN RODERICK Liu had thrown 10,000 workers 'TOKYO (AP) - Radio Peking said today serious opposition to Mao Tse-tung has broken out in Manchuria and the northern province of Shansi, both supposedly secured by Maoists. Wall posters told of fresh clashes' elsehwerei including Tibet and Sinkiang in the far west. A.broadcast of an official New China News Agency dispatch called for the immediate arrest at. all opponents of party Chair-, man MaO and his heir apparent, Defense Minister Lin Piao. The Import of the broadcasts was that production is being serious- >5y affected in cities and on 'farms by the civil tumult. A Chinese language broadcast isaid' 'some farm comunes in .Heilungkiang, the northernmost province .of Manchuria* were "in a state Of paralysis" because Of tactics of "counterrevolutionaries in authority." vln Shansi, Mao forces had claimed they seized control of ihe province adjoining Peking •oii Jan. 12 with the help of the army. But an Official broadcast "said that a few days ago the "despicable swine" who support (Continued from Page one) land County. The. resolution, ; however, was referred to the •Committee On MemOrails and :Resolutions 'after & motion to 'suspend the rules and consider lit" lacked four votes for the re- 1 quired two-thirds. ' 'Miller introduced an identical 'resolution last week, but the 'committee reported it out with la- "do not pass" recomenda- ;tion Wednesday. This recommendation had the effect of 'burying the measure. ' •i : vThe House also passed bills: C'—Authorizing driver's li•censes costing $4 to be issued ';eyery two years in the birth •trionth of the applicant. . vi;— Allowing out-of-state conj tractors credit -for taxes they 'ipay in other sates on equip- !ment they use in Arkansas. - ; ••• —Raising the maximum authorization for welfare assistance grants to the aged and : blind from $100 to $125. '. —Making state income tax deductions for charitable dona- Uions conform to the federal -ijpde. /—Requiring truckers to buy ,'tKe amount of fuel in Arkansas that they need in passing '•• through the state Or pay ail ', extra four cents a gallon and raising the factor for figuring 'taxes on diesel motor fuel from ' five to six miles, giving truck- 'ers a 20 per cent reduction in against the Maoists. Quoting wall posters, the Peking correspondent of the Tokyo paper Mainichi said 3,000 persons in Urumchi, the capital of Sinkiang, had stormed a school in the army zone and beaten up pro-Mao students of a construction corps. In Tibet, said Mainichi, the forestry agency used "white terrorism" to beat up 12* persons. There were no details. The focus of Peking's attention seemed to be on Shansi Province, where Radio Peking reported "struggles by force." "Operations in many enter- prists were suspended, production was seriously, affected and shocking traffic accidents occurred," the radio said. The report said Liu's forces were refusing to surrender the provincial party committee and had "fOmed a number of loyal ist organizations to create trou ble wildly and Openly against the pro-Mao revolutionary reb els." To meet what it called "the sinister means of economic war fare" employed by Liu's forces the Maoists ordered the ci'i- culating capital of all organize tioiis, mines and enterprises frozen. They-called On all workers, peasants and functionarie; to "carry on work as usual." As the tumoil on the mainland continued unabated, Japa- ese correspondents reiayet more reports fom wall postes in Peking, none of them cdn imable. These wfere the highlights: Vice Premier Tao Chu. de ounced as the power behim ecent bloody resistance to Mao in Canton and Nanking, has died t, heart disease in a Peking lospital. Raised earlier in the urge to the standing committee >f the party pOlitburO, he turned m Mao after a decision, to un eash the purge On the big citj ndustries. Large crowds in Peking as embled before a poster accus ng Mao's wife, Chiang Ching.' i eader of the purge, of shelter ng reactionaries in two Peki.n; universities and refusing to Us ASU Day At Jonesboro , Ark. (AP) Jonesboro Mayor Neil Stallings proclaimed Wednesday "ASU Day" as students and faculty members at Arkansas State College celebared enactment of a. state law that gives the school university status effective July 1. Dr. Cart Reng, the schoo president, told an assembly that never in the school's history had it been indebted to so many people. Reng paid tribute to a long list of supporters for their ef forts and,work ia helping Ar kansas State attain university status. the diesel tax. •In Other action Wednesday, .the Senate approved measures '•that would: •I. —Permit eductions of $500 in federal income taxes from state income tax returns. , "—Permit cities of at least ; 2,506 persons to establish a city '., administrator form of goverft: ment, which combines various '•jfeatures of the City Manager '^fb'rm of government and the Mayor-Council form of government. "-Reduce the fees on license i;.tags for taxicabs from $7S to $15 , a'.year. -Urge Congress to restor* ' all federal aid highway fund*. ' -Set the deadline for intro• duction of appropriations mea,', sures at 10 days .prior to 1 adjournment and the deadline i! :| for other bills at tivedrfya prior ;| i to adjournment. <j The Senate convenes at 1 p.m. ^Thursday. - •>'• ;..<£• HANOI (Continued from Page One) sideration what's being writ ten." In recent weeks Harrison E Salisbury, a New York Times assistant managing editor, and Editor William C. Baggs of the Miami Daily News have written on-tha- spot accounts of bomb ing destruction to residentia areas in Hanoi and other North Vietnamese cities. The administration has ac knowledged that U.S. bomb apparently have caused civilian damage, but maintains tha only military objectives are tar geted for attack. The Pentagon refused,to Confirm or deny th report Of new restrictions. It subsequently was learnei that the Johnson administration placed the truck depot and rail yard off-limits to U.S. bombers a few days later and also can celed another planned raid in the area, .Since then n» bombi hav fallen on Hanoi or Hi suburbs although In recent weeks Amer lean planes have stepped up th air war and itaged bombing raldi on an oil depot 14tt mile north of tb« city. WJ<W SUio evening :36 WHAT'S NEW Mississippi ftlvAr.. From Hie headwaters to Ihe delta 1 n New Orleans. :00 ALL ABOARD . Honest Laughing ftiver and His Golden Sedan. Preschool flirt With Mr. Be. 7:3(1 CHANNEL 16 TRAVELS The Charm of Sweden. £66- pie, places, industry arid his torical sites. 4:00 THE VANISHING NEWS PAPER f»art 1 Second 6f t*6 hAurs; r6ie Ohhe small t6wn press. 9:00 MEN OF THE SENATE C6rt|rt«siOnal interview. »:30 SPECTRUM The Story of Navigation frtm logs to inertiai • guid anceiystems. Friday afternoon 2:45 S6CIAL SECURITY to AC- TI6N A discussion of ederal benefits and elder citizens. :0fl SHOWCASE To Be Announced. Presented in cooperation with tha Mem phis Art* Courtcil. 3:30 TOPIC: MEMPHIS ClW SCHOOLS Operation Headstart and other federal projects are dis cussed. 4:00 WHAT'S NEW The Flicks. Man depicts him self in cave drawings and animated cartoons. 4:30 SPECTRUM The Story of Navigation. From logs to inertiai guidance systems. . . 5:00 BEYOND THE EARTH .. Planetary Motion Through Kepler. Planetary motion in telescopic days.- OBITUARY J. D. Jeffries J. D. Jeffries Jr. died slid- lenly yesterday in Blytheville doctor's office, lie WHS 39. Born In.Lepanlo, Ark., he had ived here 20 years. He was an employe of the Randall Com\ >any arid a veteran of World Var Two and the Korean war. H6 leaves his wife, Mrs. Juanita Jeffries; HIS parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Jeffries Sr. of Blytheville; Two sons, Lee Carrol Jeffries of the honie and John Quincy RichardsOn Jl'. Of France; Thr6e daughters, Rebecca Lynn Jeffries, Cynthia Lee Jeffries and Karen Kay Jeffries, all Of the home; Three sisters, Mi's. Vallie Azbell of Fort Smith, Ark., Mrs. LOis Harris of Blytheville and Mrs. Gertrude Irby of Little Rock; Four brothers, Leonard Jeffries of Decatur, 111., James Jeffries of Chillicothe, 111., Pewitt Jeffries of Laughton, Okla,, and Odis Jefries of Blytheville. Services will be announced by Cobb Funeral Home. Giles County, tenn. He leaves four brothers, frank Bray of Tucson, Ariz., Sam Bray of Aurora, Mo., Clyde Bray of Jonesboro, and Hubert Bray of Kansas City, Kan. John W. German Funeral Home Is In charge of arrangements. Arrangements are Incomplete. Two Children Die in Icebox DALLAS, Tex. CA£) - TWA small sisters were found dead today in a neighbor's fi'Ozen food chest. The neighbor's discovery sh6rtly after midnight ended a search of suburban Mesqullft in which more than 800 persons :0ok part. The children are Kim Artzt, 4, and her Sister Dawn, 6. Police said the youngsters apparently crawled inside the freezer while playing in the garage of John StephensOn, across the street from their home, and suffocated because they could not reopen the door. J. L. Bray Jessie Le* Bray, 79, a longtime resident of Holland, died early this morning in Doctors' Hospital. He had been born in SECOND CLASS MAIL PKlVlLEGBif AUTHORIZED AV Blytheflllt Courier Nem BLYTHEVIM.K, ARK. ZIP - 13316 •ait; W Halncs, fubllsbn 3rd at Walnut Sti BlytMvllle, Ark. PuBllsma dally incept SuAdas KaffiAd 61u« ptataga paid at Sly- thevllle. Ark. HOME DELIVKltY RATES In filytufivllle and towns In tni Blythertlle trade terrltorj Dfclly . ... 35o par week BY MAIL PAYABLE 'N ADVANCE Within id miles ol Blythertll* $8.00 per year Ufirt than SO miles from Blythevllle 118.00 DM rear LEGGY LYNN Redgrave of the talented family of Butish actors is in New York to begin rehearsals for her Broadway stage debut in the Peter Shaffer flay, "Black Coinedv." The actress catapulted to international renown in the title role of the motion picture "Georgy Girl. Ibo tribesmen Of Africa, victims of recent massacres, been to foes of Mao who have long not to a homogenous tribe ' ' - "' but to one that is made up of uned over a new leaf. The 27 signers said they were reformed •eaetiOnaies. more than 200 groups, totaling aloft than five million persons. Daily Record Weather U. S. n earner BoreaD Agricoituraj service Keiser. Art. Tliundershowers are moving eastward across the state this morning in association with a ow pressure center over north- central Arkansas. Colder air swept into northwestern Arkansas during the early morning lours and will progress across :he state during the day to do away With the summer-like weather Of the past week. Some locally heavy rainfall amounts have been associated with the thundershower activity with Hot Springs recording two inches and Fayetteville 2.15 at 6 a.m. some freezing rain or *ndw flurries are expected to the colder air to north Arkansas after the front passes, but no snow accumaiations are in view at this time. : , . ; Yesterday's temperature*, recovered rapidly in northwestern Arkansas as warmer air awept back northward. Afternoon readings were in the 60'S and low 70's. Overnight lows were generally in the 60's with falling temperatures moving into northwest Arkansas as the cold front World Deaths SAN GABRIEL, Calif. (AP) — Dr. Grace Une Homann, pioneer in radium treatment of cancer, died Monday as a result of a stroke. She was 90. Born in La Porte, Ind., she worked her way through the University of Illinois Medical School a« a registered nurs*. In 1$12 ahe was one of the first women accepted for internship at Cook COunty Hospital in Chicago. She was a founder of the LOS Angelfes Cancer Detection Clinic. BELOIT,. Wis. (AP) -* Laura Neese, philanthropist and artist and widow of E. H. Neese Sr., former president and boad chairman of the fielair COrp., died Tuesday at the age of 77. Mrs. Neese'a water color paintings have b*en shown in galleries throughout the united States. : LISBON, Portugal; (AP Joaquin Monteiro Gfjlo, a leading Portuguese -poet who worked for the British press offitt in Lisbon duing World War II, died Wednesday of a heart attack. Grilo wr6te under the pseudonym Of Thomas: Kim. He was 51. A soggy day 'is in store tor much of the state, but the significant precipitation amounts are over for txtreme northwest Arkansas, Some locally heavy rains will fall in the State as colder air advances daring the day. Tomorrow will be much colder and the outlook for Saturday is f&r sunny but cold con- work in much of the ditions. Field delta will be halted by the show er activity and will not resume in mucli of the delta until next week. t«eterday'l W»h— W OtMftUllt l*w— J>7 • Pffcslpltattoa prevl«li» M MU» (to 7am. t64ly)— ,M . . .. Preolpltatlftft Jin. 1 to «itt— .So itlon Jan. 1 to <i»te— l.l> tenwr Former Resident Promoted in LR Bruce Kent ftiehty, BlythevlUe re«id«nt, waa elected as a junier ottcw of the First National Bank «t tittle Rock. He it D. < He had been a bank enptey* tor leu than a year. He and hit wife live to North UtUeRock. , N.J. (AP) - Mfcfittl J. Bevaney, 75, a distance runner on the U.S. Olympic t.«am» of 1426 and 1924, died Wednesday. Devaney .served for many yean as coach of the MUIrose : Athletic Association. NEW ORBANS, La. (AP) Morris Henry Hobbs, painter and etcher Whose work la epe- sentfd in many of the nation's at museums, ditd Tuesday after a brief illntsi. A native of RockfOrd, HI, Hobbs Spent most of his adult life in the New Or- rreneh quarter. H* was 75. Christian! in Africa — Roman lathollft, Pwtestant, Orthodox- are a little less than M per cent ot the population. ••••**•••••••••<••••••< «••••*•••• PUNIRALHOMI •«•••*•••••••«»••••••• GOODYEAR RETREADS! *«**49 ANY SIZE IN STOCK Whitewalls Blackwalls Plus eetfeadabto casings. Pries irx-Judas .•£' Taic. EASY TERMS! FREE EXPERT MOUNTING! Front-End & Brake Offer Aoto safety-Service lor winter driving _ Any U.S. uto $IJ88 Sf& mm tondiHoKr *^ teMoabM Align ftont end. Repack front wheel bearings. Adjust brakes, add fluid ud te*t RoUtoaJllwteeU. Minor Tune-Up Offer Easy Bod** Terns Clean and space reset ttefcg & points; adjust AoBrtor tdioke; cean fuel bowl, air filter & battery; check tanWon wires, condense, fflatributor cap, starter, fan bdt, oytoder comp., tattery. Ph. PO 3-8140 SERVICE STORE "PLENTY FREE PARKING" 131 W. Main St.

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