The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 19, 1967 · Page 11
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 19, 1967
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*wl«r Sm - Manitoy. June 19, Mff - Birthday Present Hydrogen Bomb for Mao By KENNETH ISHU TOKYO (AP) — Red China's srmed forces newspaper says China's first hydrogen bomb was exploded one month early as a gift to Chairman Mao Tse- lung's cultural revolution. Some of the officials concerned were gripped by anxiety and unable to tackle difficulties involved in the test" and warned against undue haste," the Liberation Army Daily said. But the revolutionaries, rereading quotations of Communist Chinese party Chairman Mao Tse-tung decided to test the bomb early and make it a gift to the cultural revolution," it said. Thus they worked day and night and finally succeeded in drawing up the blueprint a month earlier than scheduled. They put the blueprint into shape fragmentarily without waiting for the completion of the whole parts." The announcement of the Chinese blast Saturday drew no comment from the Soviet Union and was given only one paragraph in Moscow Sunday papers. Defense Department officials in Washington said the test has not changed the Pentagon's belief that China will not be able to launch a nuclear attack en the United States for about eight years. Japanese military experts, however, say the Chinese appear to have a number of bombs ready for testing and in transportable form. The blast was interpreted by some Japanese commentators as an implied threat to Japan, which has no diplomatic relations with Rec China. ! Nuclear debris from the Chinese test was expected t» begin falling on Japan today. Two daily flights of planes are o collect fallout dust in western Japan. The blast was expected to strengthen Mao's hand in his :ampaign to oust President Liu Shao-chi and his supporters. The Peking communique announcing the explosion said it greatly heightens the morale of the revolutionary people, and greatly deflates the arrogance of imperialism, modern revisionism and all reactionaries." The bomb was reportedly detonated in the border province of SinMang, which has been ruled by Wang En-mao, a district military commander who reportedly opposed Mao. At one time Wang was reported to hav hreatened to blow up the nuclear facilities in the province, jut the test explosion apparent- y means Mao's forces have the area under control. UN Entangled In Mideast Debate By JAMES MARLOW AP News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) - Before the end of the Israeli-Egyptian war debate, opening today in the U.N. General Assembly, the United States and the Soviet Union may get along better or worse. It's that unpredictable. But cynicism is part of the bloodstream of the United Nations which, at the time of its creation in 1945, looked like a holy of holes, or so the world hoped then. The Soviets, who promised the Arabs their support if they got into war with Israel, did nothing except piously protest violence when the war came and the Israelis demolished the Egyptians. This cost the Soviets dearly in Arab confidence. So what they did when the quick war ended was obvious: They set out to recapture Arab goodwill by asking the U.N. Security Council to condemn Israel as an aggressor and demand it withdraw from the Arab land it seized. The Soviets lost on this maneuver in the council when a majority of the 15 members, including the United States, refused to go along. So then Moscow asked the full Assembly to do what the council refused to | itself the dominant force. do. This was a switch. In 1961, when India overran the Portuguese enclave of Goa-Damao- Du on the southwest coast of India, territory Portugal had held since the 16th century, the United States, Britain and France asked the Security Council to condemn India's aggression and demand it withdraw. The Soviets, who had praised the Indian attack, vetoed this proposal. Egypt also opposed it. In 1956, when Moscow sent its army into Hungary to crush the anti-Communst revolt there, the United States asked the Security Council, with the support of 10 other members, to condemn the action and demand Soviet withdrawal. Moscow vetoed tfois. This time, in the General Assembly, the Soviets may try to fry a lot of fish. Posing as friend of the Arabs, it can seek to make the United States look pro-Israel and anti-Arab, which the Arabs think it is anyway. For the Soviets ttiis would be a worthwhile project if the result froze the United States out of the Middle East, which doesn't seem likely, and made Jane Mansfield's Daughter Detained EL MONTE, Calif. (AP) —' How long Jayne Mansfield's 16. year-old daughter, Jayne Marie, will stay under protective police custody was left today to juvenile authorities. The girl was taken to the juvenile facility with six other girls Saturday, and was not permitted to have visitors Sunday. A policewoman, Sgt. Shirley Maxwell, said the Mansfield girl walked into the West Los Angeles police station Saturday and said she had been beaten I ment. and whipped with a leather belt by a male friend of her mother. * * * The actress' attorney, Samuel S. Brody, said police had no right to take young Jayne to Juvenile Hall. A spokesman for the actress, child psychologist Murray Banks, said Miss Mansfield had been having a severe disciplinary problem with her daughter" and that the actress had "administered corporal punish- But the unpredictables in all this are endless. S o v i e t-American relations have been improving, and the Soviets showed reason and restraint when the Mideast war broke out. It's possible that, while trying to endear themselves to the Arabs all over again by castigating Israel, they will try to avoid anything that would anger the United States. It seems likely that no matter what the General Assembly says about the Israeli-Arab war it will have little effect on a Mideast settement. For instance, suppose the Assembly says Israel and the Arabs ought to get together and work out a settlement. Or suppose it condemns Israel and tells it to withdraw and return to the Arabs the land seized in tJie war. Before the Assembly could even meet to discuss such problems the Egyptian ambassador to the United Nations, Mohamed El Kony, ruled out Sunday any Israeli-Arab negotiations. He said, 'By all means we are going to get our territory back, whatever the cost." Further, he said, even if President Johnson and Soviet Premier Alexei N. Kosygin, who is in New York for Hie debate, had a summit meeting they "couldn't arrange anything without our consent." And the Israeli Foreign Minister, Abba Eban, who is also in New York, said Sunday there would be no return to pre-war boundaries "even if the General Assembly votes 121 to 1 in favor IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUN. TY, ARKANSAS. IN THE.MATTER OF .THE ISTATE OF W. L. HORNER, DECEASED. No. 4522 NOTICE Last known address of decedent: 1603 Holly Street, Blytheville, Arkansas. Date of death: June 10, 1967. An instrument dated March 19, 1954, was on the 16th day of June, 1967, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed Executrix thereunder. A contest of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six (6) months from date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published 19th day of June, 1967. Eloise Smith Horner Executor of the Estate of W. L. Horner, Deceased c/o Gardner & Steinsiek Blytheville, Arkansas 6-19, 26 dent Insurance Company, Is Plaintiff and Erskin W. Presley, et al, are Defendants, on the 7th day of July, 1967, offer for sale at public auction at the South door of the Courthouse in Blytheville, Missississlppi Coun. ty, Arkansas, io the highest and best bidder, the following described lands in Mississippi County, Arkansas, to-wit: The North One Hundred Twenty-Five (125) feet of Lot Two (2), Block Two (2) of the Jones Addition to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas. Said sale will be held between the hours of 9:00 o'clock A.M. and 3:00 P.M., on said date upon the terms of cash or credit of ninety (90) days, with the pur. chaser at said sale required to give bond with approved secur- ty to secure the purchase price and a lien will be retained on said lands further to such money. WITNESS my hand this 16th day of June, 1967. GERALDINE LISTON, Commissioner in Chancery By Geraldine Listen TEE, FUlntlHs. vs. No. 17,233 LEE SPENCER JR., ET AL, Defendant. WARNING ORDER The defendant Opal T. Hudson is hereby warned to appear in this Court wilhin thirty (30) days and answer the Complaint of the Plaintiff herein and upon HER failure so to do, said Complaint wil be taken as confessed. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, and the Seal of said Court on this the 26th day of May, 1967. Geraldine Listen, Clerk By Betty Coats, Deputy Graham Sudbury 115 N. Second Street Blytheville, Arkansas Attorney for Plaintiff Marcus Evrard 118 W. Walnut Blytheville, Arkansas Atorney-Ad-Litem 5-29, 6-5, 12, 19 WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chick asawba District, bounty, Arkansas. Notice is hereby given that an election will be held in the City of Leachville, Arkansas, on the 6-19, 26 ; 20th day of June, ,1967, at which there will be submitted to the electors of the City the question of issuing City of Leachville, such date or dates, the bonds will be subject to redemption jrior to maturity in such man- icr and upon such terms, and the bonds will be issued as one Issue or in series at one time or from time to time, all as the City Council shall subsequently determine and specify in the ordinance authorizing their issuance. The proposed industrial development will consist of an expansion of the Original Project owned by the City and leased to and operated by Flor- afax Delivery, Inc., (called "Florafax"), with the overall industrial undertaking, the Original Project as expanded, being herein referred to as the "industrial project." The industrial project will be owned by the City and will be leased to Florafax for rentals which will be sufficient to provide for the bonds as the same become due. The bonds wil! not be general obligations of the City but will be special obligations payable solely from revenues derived from the industrial project, in- Mississippi Federal National Mortgage Association and John F. Austin Jr., Trustee, Plaintiff, vs. No. 17241 Eugene B. Cheek et al Defendant The defendants, Eugene B. Cheek and Juanita M. Cheek, Arkansas, Industrial Development Revenue Bonds (called "bonds") under Act No. 9 of the First Extraordinary Session of the Sixty-second General Assembly of the State of Arkansas, approved January 21, 1960, as amended (called "Act No, 9") in an amount not to exceed $200,000 for the purpose of fur- eluding particularly lease rentals under the Lease Agreement to be executed with Florafax and referred to above, which revenues and rentals wil) be specifically pledged to the payments of th« principal of and interest on the bonds, and the bonds will be secured by a lien on the industrial project as authorized by Act No. 9. Only qualified electors of the City of Leachville, .Arkansas, shall have the right to vote, and the electors may vote either for or against the Issuance o! the bonds. Election will be held between the hours of 8:00 o'clock a.m. and 7:30 o'clock p.m. at the following polling places in the City of Leachville, Arkansas: Ward 1 - City Hall Ward 2 — General Insurance Office Ward 3 — School Gymnasium This 2nd day of May, 1967. CITY OF LEACHVILLE, ARKANSAS By: Joe Cashion, Mayor. 5-23, 30, 6-6, 13, 19 L-llCcri ollU o uamta iu> ^IIIG^IV, t?i,w,wu iui uiv. ^«» puj^ ui iv»* are hereby warned to appear I nishing the overall financing in- within thirty days in the court curred in connection with the IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DIS TRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUN TY, ARKANSAS. INTERSTATE LIFE & ACCI DENT INSURANCE COMPANY AND JAMES TERRY, AS TRUS TEE PLAINTIFFS VS. No. 17,159 ERSKINE W. PRESLEY, ALMA L PRESLEY, W. B. NICHOLSON, MARIA M. NICHOLSON AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA DEFENDANTS i NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, Commissioner in Chancery, will, pursuant o Order of the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas, render- .d on the 2nd day of June, 1967, n a cause therein pending, wherein Interstate Life & Acci- named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Federal National Mortgage Association and John F. Austin Jr., Trustee. Dated this 26th day of May, 1967 at 10:30 o'clock A.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Opal Doyle, D. C. Ralph E. Wilson, Attorney D. Fred Taylor Jr., Atty Ad Litem 5-29, 6-5, 12 19 developing of industry, including refunding of the bonds hereto- bre issued under Act. 9 for the impose of acquiring and con- itructing the premises occupied )y Florafax Delivery, Inc. The jonds will be dated, will bear interest at such rate or rates, nterest will be payable on such payment of the principal of, interest on and paying agent's fees in connection with the dates, the bonds will matuie on IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. EDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION and ARTHUR F. MUELLER TRUS- of it." He said the Arabs would have to negotiate with Israel about getting their real estate back. One of Hie most fascinating parts of the debate will be the American role. It's a good guess the United States will at least start out on a soft line, perhaps letting Israel set off the oratorical fireworks, to avoid any unnecessary showdowns. Brake & Front End CAR SAFETY SERVICE Al1 ^Services Afign Front End Correct attar, cariterml It ffMCNKf ($2.00 Extra With Air Cond.) Ploxa Shopping Cint«r Russell K. Marr Salesman Tom Little REALTY Ph. PO 2-2323 Let ni sell your houK. WE CAN: Help you set the right price! Find a Buyer! 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