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(Ark.) Ceurter News - Sitodiy, 3wt IT, TOT -Fitf Hw LBJ (Continued from Page One) the rollback of her farces a bid to reap propaganda to her advantage in the Arab world. U.S. sources also suggest the United Nations will take no really effective action against Israel — and that many countries, including some Arab states, realize this and have little enthusiasm for the Soviet gambit. Nonetheless, U.S. diplomacy Is mustering a special effort to block the Soviet drive in the U.N. General Assembly, where Afro-Asian nations hold a majority. Moscow propaganda has sought to play on this group's anticolonialism, picturing America and Britain as linked with Israel. If U.S. officials saw Kosygin's visit as an attempt to embarass the United States, Communist China had a wholly different theory. Peking's official New China News Agency, in a broadcast monitored in Tokyo, said Kosy- gin hoped to "promote worldwide American-Soviet collaboration." The mainland China party organ, quoting what it called "Western news agencies," said Soviet officials also were seeking face-to-face "talks with U.S. Imperialists." KOSYGIN (Continued from Page One) Investigation, the Port of New York Authority, Nassau County police and police of Glen Cove, N.Y., where the Russians own a SS-aere estate. Kosygin was expected to visit that Long Island estate during his stay. He probably will spend part of his tin* at the Soviet mission to ttie United Nations on East 67th Street. Coordination of the security arrangements was the job of the U.S. State Department's security office when maintains a regional headquarters here. Several times Friday the various agency heads met to map their plans. Because Kosygin is expected to assail Israel in this city where popular sentiment favors the Israeli cause, it was assumed there would be demonstrations. * * * There are also militant anti- Communist groups which have demonstrated in the past — as in 1960 when then Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev visited tSie United Nations — and may be expected to do so again. Beginning Monday, rigid tecurity regulations. will be in effect at the United Nations. All guided tours will be suspended until further notice. All U.N. staff members will be required to show their passes and some areas of the secretariat building, normally open to the staff, will be off limits except to those with special passes. e No for Qo-Qo SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP - favy and Marine Corps enlisted men won't watch go-go girls uring lunch any longer. Rear Adm. Frank A. Branley, commandant of the llth [aval District, put a stop to it 'riday. The girls can dance at the nlisted men's clubs in the venings, but a spokesman for irandley said they won't be ermitted at lunch time. A HAIR OF DIFFERENCE separates New York's senators, Republican Jacob Javils, left and Democrat Robert F. Kennedy, right, in matters other than their political posture. Seen at Javlts' birthplace on New York's teeming lower East Side, the two displayed their contrast* in background, mood, and ewn haircutc. Arkansas News Briefs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BALD KNOB, Ark. (AP) State Rep. W. H. Thompson of Marked Tree was seriously injured when his car collided with a truck as it left U. S. 64 here Frday. State Trooper Gerald Pankey said the truck was pulling a house trailer. Thompson was hospitalized at Little Rock with a broken rib and punctured lung. LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The state Commerce Commission took under advisement Friday Southwestern Motor Freight Bureau's request for a rate increase for 59 trucking firms in Arkansas. The commission heard opposing sides o nthe issue in an all-day hearing. A decision is expected later this month or early in July. The proposal would increase rates for shipping within the state in line with the rates charged for interstate shipping. Southwestern said the overall increase would be 6.2 per cent. EUREKA SPRINGS, Ark. (AP)—A group called the Better Government Committee has begun circulating petitions to recall the mayor and the city clerk of Eureka Springs. The petitions say Mayor Jan Bullock and Albert Harp, the clerk, should be recalled for refusing to call a special election on a proposal to change the form of government and for not conducting the city's affairs in a businesslike manner. FORREST CITY, Ark. (AP) —Employes of Lernar - Slone Clothing Corp. here voted 112 against to 89 for in opposing union representation by the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America. Daily Record Weather Yesterday's high—95 Overnight low—72 Precipitation previous 24 hours (to 1 a.m. today)—none Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—18.23 Sunset today—8:15 Sunrise tomorrw—S:4« This Dat« A Year Ago Yesterday's high—sa Ovornlsnt low—71 Precipitation Jan. 1 to data—27.91 Traffic Accidents A car driven by Dorothy Ward law, 42, of 513 N. Division received heavy damage yester day evening. Wilma L. Henson, 20, of 1900 W. Cherry was in the car following her. Injuries were minor and no charges were filed. J. C. Hill, 24, of P. 0. Box 691, was charged with following too closely when his car collided with one driven by Larry Stone, 22. The accident occured on Main at Lilly early this morning. There were no injuries. Racially Mixed Pair Get Marriage License COLUMBIA S.C. (AP) — What may be the first marriage license ever knowingly issued to a racially mixed couple in South Carolina was granted this week in Columbia. The clerk of the Richland County Probate Court issued the license to Curley Mays, a Negro at Ft. Jackson Army post, and Nieves Gorestiaga, a Caucasian of Spanish nationality from Memphis. Tenn. The couple applied for the license Tuesd»y-the day after the U.S. Supreme Court invalidated the Virginia law banning Intemdal nwrriage*. ASHDOWN, Ark. (AP) - Rudolph F. Sewell Jr., 19, of Ashdown was killed Friday in a car-truck colision on U. S. 71 near the Ogden community in Little River County. Sewell's brother, Ronald Scott Sewell, 18, was critically in jured. The truck driver, Perry Cannon of Lockesburg, was not injured, State Polce said. WJCHO WARREN, Ark. (AP) - Circuit Judge G. B. Colvin Jr. of Dermott refused Friday to -et bond for James Ray Ederington, 16, charged with first-degree murder in the March 30 slaying of J. H. Maroney Jr. of near Banks. Colvin, presiding at a habeas coprus hearing, set Ederington's trial for July 19. Ederington, a sophomore at Hermitage Hgh School, lives in the Lanark community. He has been jailed here since his arrest May 6. PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) Neddie L. Cooper, 37, of Pine Bluff was charged Friday with first-degree murder in Thursday's fatal shooting of Barnes- tine Robinson, 24, of Pine Bluff at the Illinois Tool Works. Prosecutor Joe Holmes said Robinson was killed and two other employes wounded during the shooting in the plant caeteria. Listed in satisactory condition at a hospital here were the wounded men, Joseph B. Branscomb, 21, of Althicmer and Ronald N. Haynes, 29, of Jacksonville. SUNDAY AFTERNOON 1:00 REPERTORY THEATRE Creditors. Woman is depicted as a parasite in this brilliant play by Swedish dramatist August Strindberg. Performed by the Actor's Workshop, San Francisco. 2:00 CLEVELAND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA II Concert. The orchestra under George Szell plays William Walton's Variations on a Theme of Hindemith and Si- belius' Symphony No. 4 in A Minor. Taped for television at Cleveland's Severance Hall. 3:00 N.E.T. PLAYHOUSE A Mother for Janek. Award- winning play about a man who feels he must marry to provide a mother for the orphaned nephew who has suddenly come into his life. DeAnn Mears, Ray Reinhardt and Jeffrey Heimer head the American Conservatory Theatre cast. 4:00 SUNDAY SHOWCASE ... Or Do We Still Live. Miss Miss Helen Hayes, the First Lady of the theatre, hosts a visit—the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City —and to the magnificent pre- Aztec ruins at Teltihuaean. MONDAY AFTERNOON 2:00 JOURNEY Holiday in Thailand. The elaborate monasteries, tropica scenery and other beautifti features of this unusual coim try. 2:30 EASTERN WISDOM AND MODERN LIFE On Being Vague. Alan Watts, scholar, lecturer, and author, hosts. 3:00 ALL ABOARD Did You See a Truck Today? Peetah the Cheetah visits. 3:30 THE BIG PICTURE Weekly Report. The U.S. Army in action around the world. 4:00 WHAT'S NEW Concord. Tony Saletan de scribes the exciting events that led to the American Revolution. 4:30 HEREDITY Sexuality and Variation. Host Dr. H. Burr Roney talks about sexual reproduction. 5:00 STRUGGLE FOR PEACE The Bomb. Leading experts examine the growing proliferation of nuclear power among nations. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Jane C. Engle, Plaintiff, vs. No. 17210 Robert Irwin Engle Defendant. The defendant, Robert Irwin Engle is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Jane C. Engle. Dated this 25th day of May, 1967 at 3:00 o'clock p.m. GERALDINE LISTON, CJerk By Betty Coats, D. C. ED B. Cook, Attorney Percy A. Wright, Atty Ad Litem 5-27, 6-3, 10 17 VIET NAM (Continued from Page One) east of Saigon in the PHu Yen i'rovince foothills. They fought or two hours but fled after >eing heavily raked by air strikes. Thirty-six Viet Cong dead were counted and seven guerrillas were captured. Government casualties were termed light. Viet Cong also fired 35 mortars at two battalion command josts of the U.S. 1st Infantry 3ivision 50 miles north of Sai;on. Eight Americans were wounded. Mud from monsoon rains absorbed much of the •orce of the mortars and kept U.S. casualtes low. U.S. planes and artillery hammered the suspected sources of the mortar at- :acks. , , South Vietnamese headquarters reported that government troops killed 16 Viet Cong 20 miles south of Saigon. In the air war over North Vietnam, U.S. Air Force bombers hit trucks, storage areas and an oil transshipment Poinl in the southern sector. Navy carrier-based bombers also stayed mainly in the southern panhandle, although one wave of planes struck a storage area 38 miles east-northeast of Hai pbong. B52 bombers blasted suspect ed North Vetnamese troop con centrations in two raids Friday night just below the demilitar ized zone in South Vietnam. Thi areas of attack, 9 and U milei northwest of Khe Sanh close ti the Laotian border, have been bombed repeatedly this week by Hi eight-engine bombrs. House's Mac* The mace, symbol of authority in the House of Representatives, Is a 46-tach-long shaft of slender ebony rods bound together with silver bands and topped by » globe and an eagle. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. WARREN L. M. PARHAM, Plaintiff, vs. No. 17245 MILDRED L. PARHAM, Defendant. The defendant, -Mildred L. Parham, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Warren L. M. Parham. Dated this 2nd day of June, 1967 at 9:30 o'clock A.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D. C. Elbert S. Johnson, Attorney James M. Gardner, Atty Ad Litem H 10, 17, M SS Rep Lists Osceola Schedule Roy Thomas, field representa tive of the Social Security Ad ministration, will be in Osceola at 111 N. Pecan each Tuesday July H through September 26. He will assist local residents in filing applications for retire ment, disability, family insur ance payments and health to surance, and to furnish infor mation about the provisions o the Social Security Act to in dividuals or to groups such as civic clubs. There is no charge for these It Couldn't Be True ... It Wasn't TORRANCE, Calif. (AP) Hollis Robertson received in hi mail Friday a check for 512, 112.12 issued to him and drawn on California's state employe retirement fund. He telephoned the state con troller's office in Sacrament and askd a secretary: 'Coult you find out if the state owei me $12,112.41 - and why?" "There's been an awful mis take," she advised him an hou later. The H.W. Robertson w had in mind is retiring from th school board." Hollis Robertson, who is 4< sent the check back. Mow 'Em Down RICHMOND. Ind. (AP) power lawnmower is on the wa to 1st Lt. John Bender II i South Vietnam. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Bende said their son wrote them th mower will be used to cut ta elephant grass around* soldiers tents at Li Kay to get rid of in sects.. The Benders said the mowe cost $50 and the shipping cos was $47. IcnKw By FUNERAL HOME Water Problem Population and rainfall maps f Australia, when placed side y side, look identical. Water a perennial problem on the ontinent. Australia's well-wat- red, well-peopled edges sur- ound its arid, empty interior. Girl Jumps to Deoth LOS ANGELES (AP) - Ca- tallna Gonzales, 16, was standing on a freeway overpass, still in her bright-orange parly dress, when her friends last saw her Sunday. She had stayed late at a party. Her brother reported her missing. Then, while going over missing persons reports Friday, Sheriff's Sgt. Ned Lovretovich noted an unidentified girl who had died under the wheels of cars on the Santa Ana Freeway. The victim was Catalina. "She apparently jumped from the bridge," Lovretovich said. "She hadn't done anything improper, and there was no reason to believe her parents would have done more than lecture her. But she was afraid to go home." ONWARD AND UPWARD WITH THE BUDGET FOCAL 1967 BUDGET FISCAL 1967 BUDGET FISCAL 1968 BUDGET JAN. ESTIMATE LATEST ESTIMATE JAN. ESTIMATE The cost of the war in Vietnam a the kc r factor in rising federal budgets and deficits revealed ia the President's State of the Union message. With war spending expected to be some $10 billion more during fiscal 1967 than was forecast by the President last January, the adjusted ex penditiire figure for 1%7 is $126.7 billion and the deficit ?-!<£» t*™*?* federal i«°»>e of $126.9 billion for fiscal 1968, which begins July 1, depends upon congressional approval of the 6 per cent surtax requested by the President to finance the war and continue bis Great Society programs. ' IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF SEWER IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. - OF BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS PLAINTIFFS VS. NO. 1725« B. & P., INC., ind other delinquent lands in said district DEFENDANTS NOTICE All persons having a claim and Interest in any of the following described lands are hereby notified that suit is pending in the Chancery Court for the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, to enforce the collection of certain improvement district assessments on the following list of lands, the names of each supposed owner having been set opposite, together with the amount of taxes due on each tract: HOLLIPETER 2nd ADD. Lot Block B. & P., Inc 22 2 $30.06 Joe & Viola Boatman 38 2 15.85 Batavia Corp 2 3 19.59 Corine Johnson 18 3 9.13 Charlie Mitchell 19 3 9.13 Clance & Doris Holmes 26 4 11.74 John Woody 1 5 9.13 Emma L. Matlock 21 5 9.13 Eva & Willie Falls 24 5 19.22 Eva & Willie Falls 25 5 20.34 Eva Falls & John Earl 26 5 9,13 Johnnie V. & Ora Deen Willis 32 5 13.61 Joseph H. Miller, M.D 21 6 9.13 PFW Church 18 8 11:00 PFW Church 19 8 liOO Eulish Robinson 1 9 9.13 Eulish Robinson 2 9 21.09 Corine Fields 6 9 9.13 All persons and corporations interested in said lands are hereby notified that they are required by law to appear and make defense to said suit or the same will be taken as confessed and final Judgment will be entered, directing the sale f said lands for the purpose of collecting said assessments to- ether with the penalty and costs allowed by law. SEAL) GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk . 6/10 -17 Franklin's Harmonica Benjamin Franklin in 1761— 60 years before the mouth organ as we know it was invented —produced an instrument with readle-rotated and self-tuned passes which held different amounts of water and yielded different notes when sounded. He called it the harmonica, according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF SEWER IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 9 OF BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS PLAINTIFFS VS. No. 17255 JERRY D. & WILLEtiE HUBBARD and other delinquent lands in said district . DEFENDANTS NOTICE All persons having a claim and interest in any of the following described lands are hereby notified that suit is. pending in the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, to en- improvement district assess force the collection of certain ments on the following list of lands, the names of each supposed owner having been set opposite, together with the amount of taxes due on each tract: Jerry D. & Willene Hubbard—South 50, East 45' and West 55', South 50' of Lot 13, Block 14, Moore's Addition, $109.29. Joseph H. Miller, MD (DR- 187-114), 49.70. All persons and corporations interested in said lands are hereby notified that they are required by law to appear and make defense to said suit or the same will be taken as confessec and final Judgment will be entered, directing the sale of sale lands for the purpose of collecting said assessments together with the penalty anc costs allowed by law. . By GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk 6-10, 17 PB1VILEGES AUTHORIZED 41 SECOND CLASS MAIL Blythevllle Courier Newt BLXXIIEVILLE. ARK. ZIP - 72315 Barry IV. Halnes, PubllsbBi 3rd at Walnut Sts. BlvthevtUe. /Irk. Published daily except Bund&y Second class postage paid at Bly- thevtlle Ark HOME DELIVER! BATES In BlytheTllle and towns In thr Blythevllle trade territory Dally 35c per week BY MAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Within 50 miles ol Blythevllle $8.00 per year Won than 50 miles from Blythevffli 118.00 per year IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF STREET IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 4 OF BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS PLAINTIFFS VS. No. 17254 N. W. WRIGHT and other owners of delinquent lands in said district DEFENDANTS NOTICE All persons having a ciaim and interest in any of the following described lands are hereby notified that suit is pending in the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, to enforce the collection of certain im provement district assessments on the following list of lands the names of each supposed owner having been set opposite together with the amount of taxes due on each tract: N. W. Wright-Lots 3 & 4, Block 13, Bugg Addition, $13.51. Bethena Williams—Lot 15, Block A, Ed B. Cook Subdivision, 510.10. Allie & 0. C. Johnson—Lot 3, Block 18, Edwin Robinson Addition, $13.63. All persons and corporations interested in said lands are hereby notified that they are re quired by law to appear am make defense to said suit or the same will be taken as con fessed and final Judgment wil be entered, directing the sal of said lands for the purpose of collecting said assessment: together with the penalty am costs allowed by law. By GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk 6-10,1 Want New Ask Deal's Interiors about FREE LABOR The labor on your draperies is free when the fabric you select is from 1.98 per yard or more and the draperies are 75" or longer. Deal's Interiors "WHO SAYS THIS YOUNG MAN IS READY FOR RETIREMENT?" If intereited in a newspaper rout* far your ton, ceil or write the circulation manager of the Look, at him. Fit as o fiddle 5 . Sixteen years old. A private income. Yet many folks think he's about ready for retirement. They just tup- pose newspoperboys retire at that age. Well, the bey you see here isn't beginning to consider giving up his route. 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