The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 9, 1967 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 9, 1967
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(Ark.) Courier News - Friday, June 9, 1987 — Pig* Thnt Ex-Paper Boy Is Now Top A former Blylheville resident and former Courier News carrier is being labeled one of Illinois' most able legislators. He is State Senator Cecil Partee, a Democrat of Chicago. Parlce is a former. member of the lower house in Illinois and for many years served as a deputy in the office of the Cook County prosecutor. He is the son of Bessie Partee Ivy, former Blytheville teacher who now Jives in St.. Louis. He was the subject of a recent story in the Illinois State Register, which on May 24 said (in part): At' a time when some Negro leaders are. being sharply criticized for racist tactics, a Negro political leader in Illinois is gaining recognition as one of the Prairie State's best legislators. That legislator is State Sen. Cecil Parlee, Democrat of Chicago. Partee is handling Democratic sponsored fair housing bills, and the coolness and logic lie displays in pursuing his legislation is applauded by Republican as well as. Democratic senators. . . Probably it's unfair to classify legislators into groups. But the fact of the matter is, Negro legislators are classified. It's not uncommon to hear politicians say, "Partee is the best Negro legislator in the General Assembly." But persons who watch the legislative process closely say Partee has few peers in the 'legislature, period. Partee is no hell-raiser. He is kind, hard working and intelligent. , Prior to moving over to-the Senate this year, Partee served 10 years in the Illi- ly Abigail Van Burea A 10-Point Guide For Teen Girls DEAR ABBY: Several years ago, when I was a teenager, I cut out your column on how teen-agers should act in order to stay out of harm's way with so many strange and sick people running around loose. In case you have forgotten it, I am sending you a copy. I think the teen-agers of today need to read and follow these words even more than we did. Please print it again. I benefited greatly and know others will. Thank you. Sincerely yours, LAKE WALES, FLA. DEAR "HELPED:" With pleasure. Here it is: CONFIDENTIAL T 0 ALL TEEN-AGERS: .1. Edgar Ho^.'cr, director of the FBI, set down the following rules, which deserve to be read thoughtfully and remembered: 1. IF ANY STRANGER- OR EVEN A SLIGHT ACQUAINTANCE - MAK£S IMPROPER ADVANCES, TELL YOUR PARENTS IMMEDIATELY. Young people are too often kind - hearted about such things — they dislike the idea of getting an of- Icndcr into "trouble." Just remember that if you Astrological * Forecast * By CABROU. RlGHlfiB Vo UeUrmUU fow forecast, nut* paragraph opposite dates Whicll include rour blrtb dmt«. SATURDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: You now find you are under excellent aspects for anything that has to do with persuading others to see and do things as you would like to have them by a welt - rounded argument that takes in every aspect of any sit- nois House of Representatives, nation. Make sure especially He is truly one of the real students of Illinois government. What is Partee's background? He was born 46 years ago in Blytheville, Ark. He was educated in public schools there and attended Tennessee State University to Nashville where he was a business administration major and an honor student. Partee holds a doctor of laws degree from Northwestern University. He and his wife, you get your romantic involvement on a better plane so more happiness reigns. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) There are many problems to be handled at home and you would do well to concentrate on those during day, also .in P.M. Be inspiring, helpful to kin. Improving security is your very best bet now. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Paris, are parents of two chil-] S P end , time w , isely doing your (j ren Chopping, stocking up on gro- There are, indeed, many fine ceries ' b ''ig l > lcnin g U .P wardrobe legislators in Illinois, and when wi * new accessones, ete. Have these lawmakers are ranked, Pariee's name is always near the top. Today In History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS a more efficient system. Getting allies pleased is wise. Do whatever is necessary. GEMINI (May 21 June 21) You have had good advice from experts regarding property and monetary matters; put it to good use now. Make improvements to real estate. This can make it more valuable in case you ever want to sell it. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Recreation is uppermost in your mind now and this is fine since good friends Today is Friday, June 9, the! are anxious to «° out with ^ — and have a wonderful time. Be at your most charming best. Make an excellent impression. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Study problematical affairs correctly and you can turn them into steppingstones for success. Your mate, attachment, now believes in you and gives full sup 1 port for your ideas. Be a very genial person. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) 16Mb day of 1967. There are 205 ''ays left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1940, the Norwegian army surrendered Is the invading Nazis. On this dale: In 68, the Roman emperor, Nero, committed suicide. In 1815, the Congress af Vienna ended. In 1870, the English writer, Charles Dickens, died. In 1942, a joint War Production and Resources Board was set. up by the United States and Britain. In 1948, President Harry S. Truman stirred up a controversy when he said in a Spokane, Wash., speech the 80th Congress was the worst in the nation's history. In 1956, the White House announced President DwightD. Eisenhower had undergone surgery fer an intestinal ailment. Ten years ago — Thousands of Poles tried to, jam. into the U.S. exhibit at the International Fair in Posnan^; Poland.. Five years ago — The United Slates protested ts the Soviets over shooting incidents at .the Berlin wall. One year ago — A tornado that cut across Topeka, Kan., that killed at least 14 persons and left 2,000 homeless. NO REGIONAL DIFFERENCES NEW YORK (AP) - There are no regional differences in the reading preferences of people, cxcept : that books involving a particular region are read by more people (here, according to Carl W, Holatrom, head ef buck HcMacnt Step out to group meetings where you make new contracts that can be very helpful to you in the days ahead. Know what it is that you want most. Then use the direct method to gain such. Be center of attraction, if possible. LD3RA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You can start an upswing in your affaiis now if you handle outside activities intelligently. Influential persons give you support if you ask quietly. Make this a banner day by keeping busy. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Arranging your affairs more wisely with persons you find difficult to contact during work week is fine. Get a different viewpoint. Contact those out of town and state your finest ideas SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Take care of responsibilities during day and then the evening i free for happiness with male and or friends. Your perception, intuition are very good now. Make better use of latter. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Listen carefully to what allies have to say and agree with their ideas instead of tiding to force your own. Make big new deals. Then out to the recrea- lion that you enjoy most with them. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You have a chance to assist a co-worker today who is laving very rough sledding. Show that j'ou are the divine- y helpful Aquarius for which you are noted. Take care of own affairs in P.M. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. W} Fine Saturday to get into the recreations that mean the most to you. Plan early and call your friends, congenials, on time so that they do not make other engagements. Then .have a wonderful time. By TOMMY YATES Associated Press Writer Former Gov. Orval Faubus traveled across the county line into Washington County recently for a Democratic Party function. While there, he was asked a question about a subject which kept him and his hometown of Huntsville in the news during his last term as governor. The subject was his.nsw home —the one the Republicans said would cost upward to $250,000 and which Faubus claimed would be n« more than $100,000. Quite an issue was made about the house, which has 7,000 square feet and contains $5,000 worth *f glass. It was more common than not that news stories contained the Republican question of how it was that Faubus was building such a showplace on the mere salary ef $10,000 a year as governor. For many weeks, Faubus, the Republicans and the then campaigning Wlnthrop Rockefeller argued about the size and cost Finally, « news reporter armed with a tape measure ascertained the house was 257 feet long. Faubus confirmed the measurement and at the time said he heped to hold the cost under $70,000. He denied GOP estimates. Later he said the cost would go over his first figure but certainly not over $100,000. Nevertheless, while Faubus was in Fayetteville for the Democratic event, Allan Gilbert Jr. of the Northwest Arkansas Times asked him when he expected to get into his new borne. "Haven't you heard?" Faubus replied facetiously. "We had to stop work on the place. I ran out »f money." However, when Gilbert pressed him for a real answer, Faubus said "about July I." DIVIDED CLAY FAMILY FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) Of the five grandsons of Henry Clay, a native of Kentucky three were Confederate and two Unionist. DON'T report him, he'll probably get into worse (rouble later on — to say nothing of the harm he may cause. 2. IP YOU KNOW OF ANY PORNOGRAPHIC PI C- TUHES OR LITERATURE BEING PASSED AROUND NOTIFY YOUR PARENTS IMMEDIATELY. Obscene reading matter is a favorite habit of degenerates. If the authorities can run down (he source and trace the material, (hey may be able to rid the community of danger before it starts. DON'T GO OUT ON "BLIND DATES" UNLESS ANOTH- ER COUPLE IS AIvONG AND EVEN THEN BE CAUTIOUS. H someone phones and says he's a friend of Jack Jones, tell him you'd be glad to have Jack Jones introduce him. 4. STAY OUT OF LOV- EHS' LANES. It's natural to want to be alone with your date, but experience shows that "Lovers' Lanes" are favorite re- haunts of sex criminals. 5. DON'T WANDER AWAY FROM THE CROWD AT PICNICS AND OUTINGS. STAY WITHIN CALLING DISTANCE. 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