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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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Mr*.) Courier Jew*-Friday, April«, tm- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Warren and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Hempnill spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. Hemphill's par MANILA ACCREDITED — Roy L. Aslia- branner (right), superintendent of Manila High School, recently represented the school at the 71st meeting of the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools where accreditation was granted. Greeting Superintendent Ashabranner was Marvin C. Knudson, Association president. The Association represents institutions with a total combined enrollment in excess of four million students. IN AND AROUND .... BLYTHEVILLE and Mrs. Larry Edelen. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Douglas of Kansas City spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and day wuu mi a. iicuipimi» I'— eim wwi ms jjarunis, mi. aim cnts in Jackson, Miss. They|M rs . Virgil Douglas at Blythe- were accompanied home by their son, Glen,- who had spent several weeks with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Langley and son of Blytheville and Mrs. Erma Webb of Clear Lake spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. }ene Webb in Columbus, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Webb visited in Cleveland, Miss, recently. Mrs. Eula Hawkins and daughter Maurene of Blytheville have moved from 1514 W. Ash to 549 Parkway. The infant.of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Poff of Blytheville is a patient in Doctor's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Warren of Blytheville spent the weekend in St. Charles, Mo., with their son - in - law and daughter, Mr. ville. Also visiting Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Douglas Saturday were their son and daughter • in - law Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Douglas, and children of Gideon. Mr. and Mrs. Max Williamson and children of Lone Oak and Mrs. Normize White of Blytheville visited Sunday at Lynn, Ark., with Mr. and Mrs. Garland Bristol). Mr. and Mrs. Jacky Useltori and children and Mrs. Katie Warren of Half Moon visited Sunday at Keiser with Marion Warren. Gene Wadkins of Half Moon was in the University Hospital in Memphis Monday for a checkup. Mrs. Georgia Mae Gilmore of Blytheville is a patient in Chick- Arkansas News Briefs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON (AP) - Sens. John L. McClellan and J. Willim aFulbright, Arkansas Democrats, voted Wednesday for a resolution to reject a plan to transfer the Community Relations Service to the Justice Department. H is now under the Commerce Department. 'Hie senate defeated the resolution 42-32. LITTLE ROCK (P) - The state Penitentiary Board approved Wednesday employment of a general [arm assistant, a part time dentist and a part time physician for the state prison farms a t Grady and Cummins. A. D. Nisler of Grady, former prison superintendent for 18 years, was appointed general farm assistant at ?10,000 a year. Dr. Charles Barrett of Pine Bluff, a dentist, and Dr. J. B. Searcy of AHheimer were hired on a part time basis. J. D. Wood, board chairman, said the appointments—effective immeidately—would serve .to generally improve conditions EXPECTED PRECIPITATION I | MODERATE "-IGHT AVERAGES: APRIL I.APRIL 30 From heavy in southeastern coastal areas, precipitation will shade off north and west into drier than usual. for inmates farms. at both prison Temperatures below seasonal normals are the outlook for most of eastern U.S. and the southern plains. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiffl CHARLESTON, Ark. (AP) — Larry Joe Downs, one-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward •Downs, was killed Wednesday in an accident outside his home. Authorities said the child was run over as his father was •backing a truck from the drive way. The Downs live at Cove's Chapel, southeast of here. LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The ttate Commerce Commission has given the Ozark Mountain Railroad Co. temporary ap- 'proval to operate a 3-mile rail- Svay in Carroll County, chairman Orville Cheney said .Wednesday. The railroad will operate as a tourist attraction. Cheney said the approval would be final once the company makes a minor amendment in its charter application. ; LITTLE ROCK (AP)-James Farmer, the former national director of the Congress of Racial •Equality, will speak here April 16 on his new job as head of ;the Center for Community Action Education, Inc. ! The Center plans to set. up literacy projects, job training and retraining and other measures to elevate Negroes to actual equality, he said. DERMOTT, Ark. (AP) Isaiah Hearts of North Little Rock died late Wednesday in a truck-car collision about two miles north of here on U.S. 165. The cab of Hearts' truck landed in about 15 feet of water in an irrigation drainage ditch. His body was recovered. Driver of the car was Christine Dennington of Dermott, who was injured. LITTLE ROCK t'AP) - Ted Duran, 36, of Chacon, N.M., convicted in Polk County of first-degree murder m 19W, was among 85 convicts paroled Wednesday by the state Pardon and Parole Board. Duran was convicted in the death Of his wife. Gov. Orval Faubus reduced Duran's life sentence to 21 years on Monday. . Dye It, Forget It! Van & ren UUIIUW DEAR ABBY: I never realized the ignorance and stupidity of some people until I started reading your column regularly. All they seem to worry about is what time the neighbors get h o m e, if the boss has a girl friend on the side or not, or how many cats the lady next door has. But what stopped me cold was that woman who hesitated to dye her hair because she feared people would think she was a "fallen woman." When was she born? In 1800? Today even men dye their hair and think nothing, of it. Tell her to go ahead and dye her hair and wear a sign on her back saying, "1 AM STILL GOOD." SICK OF PEOPLE DEAR SICK: Or how about a sign that reads: "ARTIFICIAL COLORING HAS BEEN ADDED. CONTENTS PURE.' Or better yet, let's assume the dye is cast and forget the whole thing. DEAR ABBY: People in town say that an 18-year-old single girl who was raised in our church has had two miscarriages and one illegitimate baby which she gave away. Between the miscarriages and the baby she came forward and was "gloriously saved" every time we had a revival. She sings in the choir and attends all the church • sponsored teenage parties. When someone complains to the preacher about this girl he quotes something from the scriptures like, "Let him who has not sinned cast the first stone." Now I am as forgiving as the next person, Abby, but I have teen-age children, and T don't want them associating with a girl like that. Also, don't you think it's wrong for teen-agers to get the idea that Astrological * Forecast * . By CARROLL RIGHTER To determine jour forecxt, not< paragraph opposite date*, which include your birth date. SATURDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: The daytime finds you apt to be too outspoken and direct about criticisms and can bring you real trouble if-you persist in making comments that upset others. However, the P.M. is fine for getting your health in setter condition and in letting others know what you want From them in the days ahead. Be direct. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Keeping promises you have made to others unfailingly is imperative during the day, but (McNauiht Cyndtnta Inc.) and by evening all goes very well. Get petty matters handled in A. M. Social life can be very satisfying tonight. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Day hours are best for ridding yourself of dull chores so that the evening is free for recreation that you truly like. Don't argue with anyone, especially during day. Have a more joyful attitude. AQUARIUS (Jan. 2i to Feb. 19) Find out how you can make your comrades h a p p i e r and state your aims, and in P.M. you can sally forth to social and recreational activities. asawba Hospital. Bob Minyard and Kenney Jackson of Dell were in Greenville, Miss., Sunday to attend funeral services for Corporel Robert Hal Corley who was killed Viet Nam on March 18. He was the nephew of Mr. Minyard. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hawkins and family of Union City, Tenn., spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hawkins, at i Half Moon. Mrs. Louise Garner of Half Moon is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. Mrs. Jack Buck, Mrs. Jimmy Buck and Mrs. Henry Buck of Half Moon visited Wednesday with Mrs. Diane Jumper in the William F. Bowld Hospital in Memphis. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Buck and is reported to be improving. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Buck of Half Moon spent Sunday evening at Senath with Mr. and Mrs. Lud Buck. Mrs. W. M. Morrow of Blytheville returned home last week after a visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Higginbottom, at Helena. She also visited her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Winferd Morrow, at England. Mr. and Mrs. Otis S e r a 11, visited last week with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Seratt, and his nephew, Mr. and Mrs. James Patterson, at Poplar Bluff. Mrs. Ann Mae Whatley of Blytheville spent Monday night and Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Otis Seratt. Mrs. Mala Hawkins of Blytheville is a patient in Doctor's Hospital. Mrs. W. E. Harris of Memphis spent last week with her brother - in - law and sister, 'Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Maloney, of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Jbhnney Penson and son of Pensacola, Fla., visited over the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Lawrence Skidmore, and Mr. Skidmore at Blytheville. Visiting Judge Ray Sunday af- ternoon were Mr. anc Mrs. Gene Wadkins. Kelly Sanders was admitted to Chiekasawba Hospital Monday. Mrs. Maxie Layne of Blytlie- ville was admitted to Doctors Hospital Tuesday night. Tom Brittain is a patient in Kennedy Veteran's Hospital. Mrs. Bill Estes.and Mrs. Lou Davis and daughter attended the birthday party of Diane Beasley at Paragoiild. La Donria Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Baker, and Kathey Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Baker, are patients in Chickasawba Hospital. Mrs. Katy Gee of Dogwood visited with her mother, Mrs. Maggie Littlefield, last week. Also visiting Mrs. Litllefield were Mr. and Mrs. Eric Quarles and Mrs. Irene Parker of Manila. Mrs. Grace Bell of Steele is visiting this week with her brother and sister - in - law, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Gee, and son Darrel at Dogwood. Mrs. Pearl Denton arrived home Saturday from a visit with her son - in - law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Quick, in Wisconsin. Mrs. Kenneth McClain and children of Scott, Miss., will arrive Thursday to spend the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shelton, and other relatives at Blytheville. Miss Sharon Gill of Arkansas State College and Jimmy Deal, Jr., of Harding College In Seat- cy spent the weekend with their >arents, Mr, and Mrs. Jimmy Gill and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Deal, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pulley and children of Blytheville vis- ted Sunday, afternoon with his grandfather, i. D. Stephenson, who is ill at the home of hii daughter. . Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pulley at Blytheville'visited Mr. Stephenson on Wednesday. Mr. and. Mrs. William Roy Thomas and children hava moved from Blytheville to Mil- ihgton, Tenn. Mrs. Leona Craig and son have moved from Blytheville t» Rockford, 111. Animals tend to eat mor» when they, have company. evening"'should""be spent with I Avoid troubles of all sort. Trust they can go out and do anything they want and be saved again? If you were a parent in this church what would you do? INDIGNANT DEAR INDIGNANT: First I'd be absolutely sure of my facts before repeating that story about the girl. (It sounds like malicious gossip.) And if the stories were true, I would hope that the good qualities instilled in MY children would rub off on her, rather than fret about the girl corrupting the others. DEAR ABBY: 1 would like to express my sympathy to "LOVE STARVED," whose wife gets all dolled up and then won't let her husband come near her for fear he'll ruin her hair-do or mess her make-up. My husband won't kiss me when I have lipstick on, so I put my lipstick on at the office, or it's no good-by kiss in the car when he drives me to work in the morning. This is the same character who, when I go to kiss him, tells me to be careful or I'll mess up his glasses. Far as I know, I've never messed them up. He'll also scotch my romantic advances I make with, "I have a sore lip." Or, "I must have slept funny last night, I have a stiff neck." I use all the right deodorants and tooth pastes, dress well and still have the same measurements as-when we were married. I'd give my eye teeth for a man who'd mess my hair smear my make-up, and make me feel like a woman. ALSO LOVE STARVED CONFIDENTIAL TO "FOOLISH AT SYRACUSE: Yes, there are plenty of dangers. Sometimes just the thought of getting into hot water keeps a juy clean. new friends. Get fine ideas from them, grow. Get all tediums out of the way first. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Getting your bills paid during the day is. fine although you want to procrastinate, and then the evening can be very happy romantically. Know what is expected of you from others. Do your best to please. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You might as well be patient during day when others are complaining since tonight you need good will for your own problems. Don't be forceful with anyone. Avoid disapproval from any sector. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Avoid going on any tangents during the day and keep rooted to work you have promised to do, and then you have time to be with good friends in P.M. Don't irk others. Get future planned more wisely. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Al- :hrough under pressure of some sort, be kind and courteous with others and by evenfall you find that all smothes out nicely for you. Rid yourself of worries. Be happy with good pals n P.M. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) The situation at home can be rather difficult during day, so say very little and by evening all will be well again. Don't eopardize security you now en- oy. Being diplomatic brings understanding. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You must be careful to drive and speak carefully during the day so that tonight you are able :o get much work done safely. You can expand at that time. Be meticulous in whatever you have to do, day and night. I SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Many new ways to economize in your operations present them selves and you should take advantage of them. Then concentrate on how to become more prosperous. Study obligations well and plan how to handle them intelligently. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Although you may fee jump into any hasty action, your fellow man. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Don't jeopardize your present position with higher-ups by acting hastily during day, and P, m. will then be very happy so : dally. Stick to improving credit affairs. Try to lighten, the heavy work load of your employer. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be one of those blunt people who will state the truth, no matter what, when or where, so be sure to teach diplomacy early in life or there can be much trouble ahead instead of the wonderful success that such an ability can bring about. Much of the benefit in this chart comes through foreign channels, alien countries, fancy merchandise from abroad, etc. Send to col lege. (Read Courier News Classifieds) REMIU SOIL BUILDERS 1. SaltCtMl p«ll«C ill* 1. Fortified formula 3. Available Hi popular groan Blytheville Seed 1800 W. Main IV. 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