The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 1, 1966 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 1, 1966
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A BJythevUIe (Ark.) Courier Hem - Friday, Aprfl , UN - hft HUM Astrological Forecast By Carroll Rifhter t, Mtt «»Mk SATURDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: if ou have a good chance to work >ut a plan this Saturday thai is /cry detailed in its nature and is the tiay to contact that very wealthy person and get the backing you need for pet projects. Show that you are practical as well as visionary and you get fast results. Growth comes if you don't permit underlings to deter you. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Study yourself -veil in the mirror and you then know how to proceed toward the greater growth both in business and personal aims. More attention to social life is imperative, Get ahead faster along such chan- :he scope of its action, so for- ne(s jet all those big ideas and get! ^j^ (Sept M to Oct. 22) right into the cleaning or ar- neie are 5,, manv small tasks ranging of whatever articles are important to you. You have the insight now to see how to perfect whatever needs much care. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Investing in the right mechanisms that will make your work easier and more efficient, for you to perform, so be sure t o get at them early and get them done. Be more handling chores around your home. Strive for comfort as well as beauty. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Fine day for contacting pals operate with you. New ones are particularly enthusiastic. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Getting others to appreciate your charming qualities is quite easy today, if you learn to enjoy recreation that is not too expensive. Good pals readily ac-i company you to places o (amusement. Be very cheerful, happy to be with your guests. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Getting your surroundings more beautifully arranged is important at this time. Later contact those persons who can be of real assistance to you where increasing income is concerned. Listen to their ideas and put the best in operation quickly. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You have many excellent ideas but need to contact those persons who can help you to bring them down to a truly workable level. Take time to study all details intelligently and patiently. Be ambitious. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) This oWiga- be' happy at special hobbies you particularly like and are satisfying. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Handling credit and career affairs that you have been procrastinating about will get you back into the good graces of higher-ups. Impress others with your good citizenship. Get on the ball! CAPRICORN (Dec, 22 to Jan. 20) Getting in touch with persons out of town and telling them of your aims will bring backing for them. Any new system that can better your interests should be studied carefully. Then put it into operation. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Analyze what your obligations are and then discharge them quickly and efficiently, whether of an intimate or material nature. Be romantic in the P.M. Forget any worries of the day, etc. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) •II1II*I«I1M^^ Try a Kind Wort Van Bu m llBniiiiiSB^ old cars, fixes them up and then sells them. This is a nice residential area and we are all tired of this blot. NEAR ALBANY DEAR NEAR: Before demanding that your neighbor quit giving his front yard (and the neighborhood) (he appearance of a used-car lot ask a lawyer of he (the neighbor) is within his right. If the law is on his side, ask your neighbor if he'll be a good fellow and keep a couple of those cars behind garage doors. DEAR ABBY: What do you do with otherwise nice neighbors whose front yard looks like a used car lot? This is a problem all their neighbors have been trying to solve without hurting anyone's feel- Ings. These people have a two- car garage, yet five "not-too- new" cars are parked day in and day out in their driveway. I believe the husband buys IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION «nd GAITHER C. JOHNSTON, PLAINTIFFS vs. No. 16644 CLARENCE C. COLEMAN, et al, DEFENDANTS NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notice is hereby given that pursuant to a Decree rendered on February 28, 1966, by the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, in a cause wherein Federal National Mortgage Association, et al, Plaintiffs, and Clarence C. Colman, et al, Defendants, Cause No. 16,644, I, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said Court, will within the lawful hours on the 15th day of April, 1966, offer for sale, at public auction, to the highest and best bidder on a credit of three months, at the South Front dor of the Courthouse in Blythevilie, Arkansas, the following described real property: Lot Three (3), Block Eleven (11), East End Development, a subdivision of part of Northwest Quarter of Section Fourteen (14), Township Fifteen (15) North Range Eleven (11) East; Mississippi County, Arkansas. The purchaser or purchasers at such sale will be required to execute Bond with approved surety to secure the payment of the purchase money. A lien shall be retained upon Mid real property as additional security {or the payment of the purchase money. All sales art subject to the approval of the Chancery Court in the above Court and Cause, before the tiles becomes final Dated the 10th (taj of March, M66. \ .. Donna DKfcoo Commissioner to Chancery Oscar Fendter, 1 Blytheville, Arkansas ' DEAR ABBY: Please tell me why so many men ignore their wives while they are out in public? Mine is the worst when it comes to this. If people didn't know we were married to each other, they would never believe it to see us out .together. He acts like he doesn't even know me. He never speaks to me or locks at me, and if he has to tell me something he will sneak the words out of the side of his mouth while nobody is watching. I am neat and clean and not bad looking, and I am his age. Can you explain this to me so I won't feel so put out. IGNORED DEAR IGNORED: You are probably overly self- conscious in public, and so is your husband. Forget about wbat others think, and and how you appear tothem. Relax and make small talk with your husband. This should break the tension and put you both at ease. DEAR ABBY: I am dating a guy who is never oh time when he comes to get me for a date. If he says he will pick me tip at 8 o'clock, he will show, up at 1:30 or maybe *. Last Friday night he was an hour and five minutes late! Don't tell me to quit going with him because he's worth waiting for. How can I cure him? KEPT WAITING DEAR KEPT: When he arrives, YOU keep HIM waiting fer exactly the same nmber ef mimes he kept YOU walttBf. Tali Is what U kMwi a its* "RX" treat•eat, er fivtag Urn • taste • vl wV Vwl IvMncHMei ' ' ; CONFIDENTIAL TO CHARLOTTE: If yet crave IN CONCERT TONIGHT — BIytheviUe High School's 100-piece concert band and the Chiefs, BHS swing band, will appear at BIytheviUe High School auditorium in a Bands In Revue program tonight. The program opens at 7:30. (BHS Photo) Daily Record Weather U. S. Weather Bureau Agricultural Service Reiser, Ark. Cool dry air is sweeping across the state on brisk northwesterly winds. Temperatures today will generally be in the 70s to compare with the 80s which were BO common in the state yesterday. As has been the case so often this past month the cold front is dry and is not expected to touch off any shower activity as it moves across Arkansas. Texarkana experienced the driest month of March in 55 years. The total of .18 of an inch at Blytheville must surely make it one of the driest Marches on record there. Fayetteville .opped the rainfall totals so far with two and .08 inches which was still IVi inches below their normal March rainfall. Yesterday's highs ranged Torn 80 at Walnut Ridge to 90 at El Dorado. Overnight lows ranged from 47 at Batesville and Dardanelie to 60 at Little Flock and El Dorado. No relief in the dry conditions carrying over from March is foreseen in the early days of April. Light showers about the middle of next week are expected to be of little help in restoring deleted soil moisture supplies. Near normal temperatures alus dry soils will tend to raise soil temperatures gradually during the next five days. The five-day forecast, from 6 a.m. Saturday to 6 a.m. next Thursday, calls for temperatures to average near normal in northwest Arkansas to a few degrees below normal elsewhere in the state. Mild during the weekend and a little warmer thereafter. Normal highs 62 northwest to 72 south. Normal low 40 northwest to 50 south. Rainfall as scattered showers will average less than Vt inch mainly about the middle of next week. Yesterday's high—81 Overnight low—42 Precipitation previous 24 hourB (to 7 a.m. today)—none Precipitation Jan. I to date—11.C9 Sunset today—6:21 Sunrise, tomorrow—5:4fi Thii Date A Year Ajo Yesterday's high—62 Overnight low—41 . Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—16.29 Markets Open High Low Last Chicago Wheat May 157% 158% 15614 158 July 154 7 /s 155% 154 155'/ 4 Sept. 157'/s 157% 156'/ 8 157 J /4' hfttlrafe Talk over with those who are interested in your affairs just what you wish to do in the future and get their advice and support. Act sensibly and you improve your position with the public in general. Be active. On the gate of the notorious Dachau death camp, the Nazi wrote "Work makes men free." Chicago Soybeans May 287% 288 285'/s 287 S ,4 July 288% 289% 287>/4 289 Aug. 286. 286% 284'/4 285H New York Stocks Texas G.S 116V6 Chrysler • 49Vz RCA ....• 54% AT&T 56% Dow ....• 72 Xerox .. 246>/4 GM • 94>/a Pan Amer 65Vi Ford • 50V4 Westing'lise 83'A U. S. Steel 48% Curtis Pub •... 12 Comsat 42% Amer Motors 12 Sears 56 Parke Davis 38% Gen. Elect lOSVi Beth. Steel -. 35'A Reynolds Tob 40 Standard NJ 74% Holiday Inn 34% Ark-La • 39% Ark-Mo ..,.. 18Y4 Divco-Wayne 39 Shanghai, with 6,900,000 people, remains the most populous city in Communist China despite its decline as a world trade center. Shanghai's colorful front was once jammed with merchantmen from all over the world; now it is strangely quiet. SONG LEADER - Rev. Henry Applegate, former Blytheville pastor, will be the speaker Saturday at 7:15 services at Mississippi County Union Mission. Johnny Ambrose (above) will be song leader for an hour-long songfest. OBITUARY • Mrs. Paper's Rites Saturday Services will be held tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. at Cobb Funeral Home Chapel for Mrs. Mahalie Raper, who died Tuesday at her home in Visalia, Cal. Mrs. Raper was a longtime resident of BIytheviUe. (Read Courier News Classifieds) IF You Want To Drink That's Your Business! IF fou Want to Quit, That's Ours—Contact A.A. Phone PO 2-2000 :OME IN TONIGHT ( JFK's Gravesite WASHINGTON (AP) - The Army Corps of Engineers says il expects to finish construction work on a $2-million graveside for President John F: Kennedy by fall. The new side is adja-l cent to the original one. .. 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