The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1966 · Page 10
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 9, 1966
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Hg, Tin - Kyftwgt (ArEF Canrfir Kmt - t*m'«*!, *y» t, Uli mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm MRS. W. M. DAVIDSON ' Spc. 4 James Tim Holt, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Holt of Grafton, 111., has arrived home for a three - day leave before leaving for an assignment in Korea. Mrs. Gledis Hester was . guest of her son • in - law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rainbolt, in Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. McCann and daughter, Karen, were guests of their children, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie McCann in Elaine. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Cunningham, Mrs. Doris Robertson, Mrs. Jessie Ashabranner, accompanied by Mrs. R. V. Gain- Forecast _ By CARROLL RIGBTER to determine jour forecast, now varacriDh opposite dates, wnlcn ;£™ud« jouf birth ««te. SUNDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: Now you have a perfect Sunday to.decide the philosophy of life under which you would like to operate in the days ahead and to change any present, conflicting^ standpoint. Let others see you are carrying through consistently with what your attitudes. Be of sterling character BOW. CARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Now you can go directly to those influential persons you *ant to have as friends in the future, whether for business or personal reasons. Find the infor mation you heed. Show that you have ingenuity in so doing. 5- TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May JO) E you meditate for a while, your Ihtutitive faculties will work better for you than for some tune trine past. Be sure to devote yourself to those who are worthy. Do more than is really jixpected of you. -"-GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Doing whatever will please Hiose you look upon as associates will pay off well in the days ifiead. Be friendly. All sort of Interesting situations arise. You then know how to handle them jrith wisdom and fficiency. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to"July 21) Thinking how you (McNaujht Syndicate Inc.) thoughts have a tremendous scope, and there is a great amount of imagination in this nature, also, plus an ability to project. Give the finest educa- ;ion you can afford, and permit to travel at an early age, if P° S - sible. An honest and blunt person is in this chart and there is no limit to the success that is possible during the liftime, even great fame. MONDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: A fine time tor you to think terms of how you are held in esteem — or lack of such by the general public or those in powerful position and an ex- ellent time to make the hanges that may be necessary order to change your image «, a more respectful one or to gain the good will of additional xecutives, officials. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Any backing you require can be had by going to those in m- uential position and coming to meeting of minds. Then estab- ish the credit you need for our plans. Carry through in a most positive manner. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Vew and distinguished contacts are best to confer with at this une where some of your ideas can greatly please those you love will then make an excellent impression on them, you •re deeply rewarded with affection. Improve your health. Go to the doctor you know you can rely. upon. -.. .' LEO (July 22 t-Aug. 21) Ex- •ellent day and nite to be warn and charming with others and thus be able to receive the fa vors you so keenly, desire. Ge out to'the recreations'you parti cularly like. Be-sure to first at tend services of your choice. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22 if-you consider the needs o family more, you find that yo can upgrade income proportion ately. Put aside habits, etc that have kept you from prog ressing. Then you are able i bake the moves-that mean sue LIBRA (Sept. ft to Oct. 22 Seek advice from those wh kre experts and have proven 1 be successful. Partners an even neighbors can then hel you to carry through with your aims. .Get in touch with them as early as you can after idea •re clear in your mind. • SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21 Get busy and find out how yo can increase abundance so th; you can then live more garc eusly and do the things yo pusly and do the things yo want to do. Be more aware of portunities around you. Hav faith in your ability. ; SAGITTARIUS (N v. 22 t Dec. 21) Gadding about wit those you admire will reveal hov to get your talents commercia bed to fullest benefit. Show tha you are charming, have wit an wisdom. Be more friendly — no ' to independent. i CAPRICORN (Dec. 2 to Jan. JO) Confidential matters should be-gone into today, provided (hat you are thinking along very broad scope. Concentrate upon the:realities and be newly in- •pired. This can be a very important day in your life. 'AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. fa)', Give your friends a chance | you, as they are in a tnoft exfausive mood today •nd can well afford to do to. Get out and meet persons who »re. important. Learn to live (gore graciously. TfJSCES (Feb; 20 to Mar. 20) Ibowing your talents in the tijjit circles can certainly help MI to make a success of them. Toil have only to seek out those who can give you the backing ypa want. Be charming, come the point. re concerned. Handling any ut-of-town matters wisely is mperative. Increase the good will there that is so important. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) es of Blytheville, attended the funeral of their son and brother, Gene Cunningham, in Conoga Park, Calif. Mrs. Clyde Milligan, Mrs. Herman Alston and Mrs. Arena Robinson accompanied by Mrs. John Estes of Hornersville visited in Kennett. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McWhirter of Coloma, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Berry and children of Brinkley were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Decker. Mrs. Dean Pierce and Mrs. Walter Davis attended the Union Hair Style Show in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Johnston and son of Luxora spent Sunday night with his mother, Mrs. Rice A. Johnston. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bixler and daughter, Mrs. J. A. Jones, and daughter, Tina Marie, of Memphis were Sunday guests of their mother and grandmother, Mrs Claude Crain. Among those visiting Mrs. Joe Hutton at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis Sunday were Mrs. Gerald Wallace, Mrs. Bert Williams, Mrs. Jay Ashabranner, Crockett Wright, J. B. Brown and B. J. Hutton. Mr. and Mrs. Ray White of Dexter were guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. White. Carl Threlkeld and son Kevin of Paragould were guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Threlkeld. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Shedd and family recently were in Little Rock visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Davis. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. SHhaney- felt, Mr. and Mr Leonard Sandusky, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Simpson and Mr. and Mrs. Gay- Ion Ward attended the Dave Gardner Show at Arkansas State. Mrs. Leo Donner and Mrs. Louis Townsend visited Mrs. Johnny Meyer at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pooley and children Penny and Ray of Amherst, Ohio, are visiting their mother, Mrs. Erma Stallions and their grandmother, Mrs. F. E. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Carey Tate, Coach Gaylon Ward and Herbert Adkins accompanied the basketball team to the tournament in Monette. The team .won the BIG TIME IN BOLIVIA winding rtr«rYonthe lost day of carnival to the church, where the s.lm » offered symbolically to the "Virgin of the Mining Tunnel." m Jim Backus Going Strong By BOB THOMAS I the outrageously successful AP Movie-Television Writer | "Gilligan's Island." HOLLLYWOOD; (AP) - Wry | 4. He continues to bumble on the rocks Jim Backus could Today In History scarcely be doing better this season. The evidence: 1. On Easter night he heads up a CBS color special, "Marineland Carnival," also starring Chad and Jeremy and 75 per cent of the Beverly Hillbillies - Irene Ryan, Max Baer, Donna Douglas. 2. During the summer he'will host a CBS variety series, "Continental Showcase," featuring top European acts in the Jackie Gleasor..time period. 3. He is beginning his third year as Thurston Howell III in ianum imay ^ ^ «>-«._--/ Monette. The team .won me you do something practical j thjrd p]ace trflphy jn the tourna . eVinur fhnco wflft dWftll lUlUcr i T__i 1. ~l *U~ r*«,.rt through various mediums as the myopic Mr. Magoo. All this is very gratifying to Backus. Especially the money. "It's nice to know that I am building up an annuity at long last," he reflected. "I figure 'Gilligan's' can go another two or three years, and then I'll be set for life. . Those resdual payments are dandy." o show those who dwell under your roof that you love them, all will work very harmoniously in the days ahead. If there is something you do not comprehend, consult with experts. Be explicit. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You have to be short and explicit in stating your ideas with partners who ate no\v somewhat in the dark about them. Ingratiate yourself into the good graces of persons you phis were she underwent surgery. Miss Linda Benson, student at uiiiu !"•"-<= uu F i., ... ""= «.-«=- i Harding College in Searcy, spent ment. Last week at the Cara- a week with her parents, Mr. ------ * "-- * --- ----- admire. Get ahead. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) If you make your plans early, you find that you can carry right through where your talents are concerned — make the most of them. Take the new treatments that improve your health. Be free of worry in any way. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Good day to plan the types of recreation you desire .in the future and set up appointments now. Take the time to show those you love that you are most devoted. Actions of course speak louder than words. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Attending to such duties as can give you greater stability in the future is important today, but don't neglect to include kin in rap YWR CHILD n BORN "" DAY fce, «r ike, w«l be i of (hose persons who** your plans. Follow orthodox methods. Keep steady in your ideas. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Sit down to conferences with partners and make the future more successful through novel deas, suggestions. Be sure to dig out data you need from available sources. Enjoy kith and kin in P.M. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Analysis of your position will show you how to add to abundance while cutting down on expenses. Listen to that good adviser who will lead you straight. Get into the channels that are truly your cup of tea. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan- 20) You can attain persona] aims quite easily now, so be sure you first know what it is you desire, then after it In a positive fasion. You are very gracious in social matters a1 this time. Make the most of this quality. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Get right down to business and you have the good will of practical allies, those who art truly interested In your wel fare. Don't be stingy with one who is in trouble. Show thai way tournament the team won the sportsmanship trophy. Bobby Jolliff of Osceola spent a week end with Mr. and Mrs. Bud Jolliff. Bob Eye and Jesse Thomas accompanied Raymond Routon, Gary, Eye, Johnny Adkins and Wade Robertson to the State Science Fair in little Rock. Raymond Routon won first ilace in zoology and first place n the research paper in the unior division. Mr. and Mrs. Garey Tate and : amily spent a night with her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. F. L. Harmon, at Lafe. Mrs. W. A. Thieme, Mrs. Herman Alston and Mrs. Arlene Robinson were in Memphis visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hutton and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ray Brock. They also visited Mrs. Joe Hutton at Baptist Hospital. Dinner guests of Mrs. Ida Horner recently it c Mr. and Mrs. Steven Johns and children of Blytheville, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Horner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Verlon Horner and Mrs. Mabel Horner of Jonesboro. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Saturday, April 9, the 99th day of 1966. There are 266 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1865, Gen. Robert E. Lee surrendered to Gen. Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox, ending the Civil War. On this date In 1682, La Salle named Louisiana for King Louis XIV of France. In 1792, the Pennsylvania Legislature granted a inn i nn i u iiiiniiiiuiiniiiiHiiiiu IBMIIBII^^ Swinging Funeral! Van t&u ren He is going first class on "Gil-1 the Lancaster Turnpike, the DEAR ABBY: I know it is customary to play a loved one's favorite hymn at his funeral when he passes on. For my husband it would be, "Jesus Wants Me for a Sunbeam," which he to sing about 3 o'clock in the morning after a night of living it up. But to commemorate his great love for dancing, .ivaria T PB I would it be terribly wrong for 7-lvaruaLeg- haye them lay .. The charter for Wnnri . hnnn( , r -, Ball » at SU ch and Mrs. Lockard Benson. Manila Cub Scou Pack 32 met recently at the Methodist Church recreational hall for a regular meeting. It was opened by Den 2 giving the Pledge of Allegiance. Cubmaster Clarence King presented awards to the boys. Den 1 presented a playlet after which refreshments of cookies and punch were served. Bob Farmer spent - weekend in Coloma, Mich., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Counts. His mother, Mrs. Cly Farmer, who accompanied him remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Robertson entertained with a farewell party at their home Saturday evening for Mr. and Mrs. James McCann. The affair was a potluck supper and 24 attended. The group presented the Me- ligan's Island," befitting his role as Thurston Howell III. Backus is the series' staunches! defender. "We succeeded against some of the worst reviews of all times," he crowed. "They put-on. Cities too accus-aoinuld eren't reviews, really; they were character assassinations. "What the reviewers didn't realize was that our show was a put-on. Critics were too accustomed to the Ozzie and Harriet- Donna Reed sort of thing; they took us literally." WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, .Mississippi County, Arkansas. Brenda Springer, Plaintiff, vs. No. 16711 Billie Springer, Defendant. The de;endant, Billie Springer, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Brenda Springer. Dated this 17th day of March, 1966 at 2-.00 o'ciock P.M. GERALDINE MSTON, Clerk . By Betty Coats, D.C. Guy Walls, Attorney Ed B. Cook, Atty Ad Litem first in the United States. It joined Lancaster with Philadelphia. In 1833, the first free public library in the United States maintained by a town and supported by public tax was established in Peterboro, N.H. In 1866, the Civil Rights Act was passed over President Andrew Johnson's veto. It was the first federal statute to define citizenship and to safeguard civil rights within the states. Ten years ago —A White House statement declared the United States would observe its commitments to support the United Nations peace mission and would aid any natii t in the tfideast which might be subjected to aggression. Five years ago — British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan flew to Canada for discussions with Canadian officials following his conference with President John F. Kennedy on world problems. One year ago — The firing of small, solid-fuel rockets aboard the communications satellite Early Bird put this first commercial spacecraft into an almost circular orbit about 23,000 miles above the earth. Woodchopper's Ball" at such a time? HIS SWINGING PARTNER DEAR PAKTNKR: As long as your husband is still "living it up," I doubt if he is dying to have you select a funeral hymn at this time. DEAR ABBY: I have nine children . . . three from my first husband who is now deceased, three from his first wife (also now deceased), and three by my present husband. I get $400 a month insurance, a little V. A. compensation, and I make pretty good money working out. My husband is an auto mechanic, and he should make good money, too, but he never seems to have any. When he does work for women, he forgets to charge them for it. He kept telling me he was keeping a car in shape for a guy nan.ed Steve "Steve" turned' out to be a waitress named Arlene. She came to his shop and dropped off four dozen brownies she had baked for him. I told b ! ~ if he could work for brownies, I could keep all my own income. I'd like you opinion. MAD DEAR MAD: It seems to me that yonr playboy mechanic is working for both Dr. and Mrs. Leonus Shedd and daughter, Jane, of Little Rock visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan White, and Mr. and Mrs. I. D: Shedd. Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Ballard were recent guests of Mrs. Estelle Hoyt in Memphis. Mrs. Bobby White is a patient at the Baptist Hospital in Mem- you are a good friend. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Look to dynamic and successful friends in your line of endeavor for the ideas that will help you to become more affluent as well. Social affairs in P.M. can bring new friends. Let advancement be on your mind. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be one of those young people who appear to be very unfeeling, but the mind here Is * most practical and stable one that is not given to histrionics of others, and your progeny soon realises that actions speak louder than words: Give an opportunity w look into various interest*, since much success can come from several channels, since *"« mind is brilliant and the physique fine. relevision-T6,ii<|hr. Tomorrow-WREC Channel 3, WMCT Channel S and WHBQ Channel 13 Sat., Apr. B 6:00 Munsters 6:30 Jackie GIrason 7:30 Secret Agent 8:30 The Loner 9:00 Ounsoioke ' 10:00 Ten O'clock News 10:10 Weather 10:15 JMIlllon naynn. 12:00 Award Tneater 1:35 sign Off . sun., Apr. 10 7:30 The cflrlstophere »:30 Slngins T • :00 Faith For Todaj 9:30 Travelogue 10:00 Thunder ot Conscience 11:00 Early Movie 1:30 CBS Sport 1:00 CBS Oolf 4:30 Amateur-How 5:00 20th Century 3:30 Adven. Theatre 11:00 Marineland earn. 1:30 lay Fav. Martian 7:00 Ed SuUlwn »:00 Psrrj Mason 9:00 Candid Camera . 9:30 What's My Une 10:00 CBS News 10:18 Smothers Broa- 10:49 Award Theater 11:40 News & Weather 13:43 Bin Off Mon. Apr, 11 4:15 sunrise semester 6.45 Above'the Clouds 7:00 Good Mom. P. M 1:1$ Capt. Kanferoo •:(0 I Love LUC; 6:30 Real McCoys 10:00 Andy of Mayoerr* 10:30 Die* Van Dyke 1>:00 Love of Life 11 1» CBS Nem 11:30 Search for Tom. 11:45 ouldlni Light 13:00 December SrWe »:N As the World T. 1:00 Password ?:25 OBS News 2:30 Edge of Nlgni 3:00 Secret Storm 3:30 Early Movie S:00 \VRBO.TV New» S;25 Weather 3:30 Walter Cronfclte «:oo Amos 'N' Andy 6:30 To Tel! The Tru- utb 7:00 rve Got a secret 7:30 Lucy Show 8:00 Andy Qrtiflth 8:30 Haiti ' 9:00 Talent Scouts i 10:00 News ! 10:10 Weatner • . 10:15 Late Movie 11:59 News 4k Whether Tues Apr 19 «:15 sunrise Semester 6:45 Above the Clouds 7:00 Oood Morning 7:50 CBS News 1:15 Capt. Kangeroo 9:00 1 Love Lucy 8:30 Real McCoys 10:00 Andy ot MayBerrj 10:30 Dick Van Dyke 11M Loye or Life 11:25 OBS Hem 11:30 Search Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding tight 12:00 OK. Bride 12:30 AS World,,Tumi 1:00 Password Ko uMpar rty trut* 3:19 CBS' Mews 3:30 HP ot Night 3:00 Secret Etorm • 3:30 tarty Movie 5:00 WRKC-TV Mew. 5:35 WBKC-TV Weath. 5:30 Walter OronWt* 6:00 Amos 1»' Andy, «:30 DakUrt 7:30 Re* Bkelton «::JO Petticoat June* 9:00 CBS Reports 10:00 Ten O'clock ftewi 10:10 Weather 12:00 Sign Off WMCT—Channel S Sat., Apr. 9 5:00 6 o'clock New« «:15 sports Report fi:25 Weather Report 9:30 Flipper 7:00 I Dream o: Jean- nle 12:30 Let's Make Deal 1:00 Day ol Our Uvra 1:30 The Doctors Z:00 Another world 2:30 You Don't Sir 3:00 Route 66 4:00 Mike Douglas 5:30 Huntlcy-SrlnBer 9:00 News Report 6:10 Trt-Stftt« Report 6:15 Weather Report 7:30 Get Smart 6:20 Sports Report Movie 8:25 camera I s-.oo Sat. Nite 10:30 Big MOTle 11:50 Mldnlte Theater 1:25 SUn Oft Sun.,. Apr. .1 7:30 Lewis Family 1:30 Florida Boys •:30 TV Gospel Time 10:00 Special 12:00 Meet the Free* 12:30 Close-Up 1:00 Film 1:25 Cardinal BssehaU 4:00 WHO Kingdom 4:30 college Bowl 5:00 Frank McGee Bpt «:00 News .Report 6.15 Sports tt«pon : •:25 Weatiier Report 6:30 Disneyland 7:30 Branded . 1:00 Bonana* .. »:00 Movie 10:00 Nem ' 10:19 Mofle 11:11 MoTte I 12:35 TV Chapel ' Mon. Apr. 11 4:15 TV.Chanel 6:M.Operation MpM. 7:00 Today v 9:00 -Bye Oueee 'S:35 News *:N Concentration 10:00 Morning Stay 10:3« famine B4» 11:00 11:30 Let'i DM1 6:30 Hullabaloo 7:00 John Forsy. 7:30 Dr. ttndare 8:00 Andy Williams 9:00 Bun for Tour Life 10:00 News 10:15 Sports 10:25 Weather 10:30 Tonltht Tues Apr It 6:55 TV Cnapel 7:25 Today In Mld-S. 7:30 Today 8:2S Today with Pet 8:30 Today 9:00 »e Guese 1:25 NBC -News. . 1:30 concentration 10:00 Moraine Star 10:30 Paradise Day 11:00 Jeopardy 11:30 Let's Play ro«O. 11:55 Midday Report 12:00 Looney Zoo 11:00 Let's Make DeeJ 1:00 Days of our Lrm ;i:JO The Doctors too Another World 2:30 Ton Don't Sey 3:00 Route M 4:00 Mike Douflae 1:30 Huntlsr-Brtnkley «;00 (tews vlnoon .^ «:10Trt State •sport l:» MpMt 8:00 Tue. "Ite Mo»l« 10:00 The Reporter 10:15 Norm Brewer 10:15 Today In Sport" 10:25 Weather 10:Su Tonight Show 12:05 TV Chaoal 12:30 Kewt WHBQ— Channel 13 Sat., Apr. 9 9:00 Fantastic Fea. 7:30 LMiteuce went 8:30. Hollywood Palace 9:30 Peyton Place 10:00 The ATengen 11:00 News 11:15 Bowltol 11:41 Boffllna- Sun.. Apr. 10 730 Hymn Time sing. Ta« taint 1:30 Dr, KIMan 9:30 Peyton Place 10:00 Ben CaMy 11:00 Hem • 8:00 South A«. Bapt. 1:30 Cnriat la the An*. »:00 Oral Boberta «:30 Herald or TrutB 10:00 Insight 10:30 Sacred Bwrt tt:« Bellnue Baptut 12:00 luuet In Action 12:30 Prena Conference 1:00 Pro Basketball 3:00 A Vlttt to Waa& 4:00 Donna Reed 4:30 Oztle * Harriet t-.OO Detta Val uay« 5:30 Llttlatt Hobo COO Voywe to B torn of AM 7:00 mi FBI 1:00 Bun. Hit* HO»1« 10:00 Han Called Stun 10:30 ABC Scope 11:00 M«n Man. Apr. 11 I:W Daw worfl 6:10 (.nrrMdihi «ue. 7.«0 CartooD Time 1:00 Jack U L»nne • :M Town * Country 9:30 Fat-h. Knows Best 0:00 supermltt. Sweep 0:30 Dating Game 1:00 Jonna Reed 11:30 Mr. '<J». MitB 12:00 Ben Ca&ey 1:00 The Nurses 1:30 A Time For Oi 1:55 News 2:00 General Hospital 2:30 Toung Married* 3:00 Fun Rouse 4:30 Togl Bear 5:00 >ws 5:10 Weather 5:15 News 5:20 Maverick 6:30 12 O'clock High 7:00 Jesse Jamee 8:00 Mon. Night MOT. 10:00 Mid-South Newi 10:15 Moving Weathel 10:20 Late Stow Tues Apr 11 6 as Deny nan 6:30 Agriculture ' 7:00 Cartoons 1:25 Town ti Country 9:30 Father Knows B. 10:00 Supermkt. Sweep 10:30 Dating Came 11:00 Donna Reed 11:30 Mr. fc Mis. Nona 12:00 Ben Caser 1:00 The Nursea 1:30 A Time for 0» 1:55 New* 3MI uec«*i nosTJlta ISO Touni llama* J:00 Pun Sous 4:30 .Wood* Wooapt 5:00 News 5:10 Weather 5:15 News 5:30 Matenct 6:30 Combat 7:30 McKtle'e Han 1:00 P Troop t:M ferum PlHt • :00 The Futlttfe 10:00 Mldsouth He*. M:lt Mount Weatnet 10:10 Late Show brownies and bunnies. Tell him to sweeten the family Pot or you'll have to sweep him out of the house. But hang on to your job. You bave responsibilities that your husband seems unwilling to share. DEAR ABBY: My roommate met a fellow at a dance. (I'll call him "Worm.") Anyway, Worm gave my room-' mate a big rush, and she liked him a lot, altlio she con- inued to date other boys. One evening when my roomate was busy, Worm asked me out, and I went. Then he ask;d me for anothe, date which accepted because by this ime 1 was starting to like him. Then Won dated my roommate again. I know she Still likes him, and so do I. My question: If Worm asks me out again, should I go? Do you think he is using me to make my roommate jealous? Or is he dating HER to make me jealous? WONDERING DEAR WONDERING: What difference does it make? If a girl suspects that a fellow is using her to ma^e another girl jealous, and she goes with him anyway, she is a bit of a "worm" herself. (An angle worm.) CONFIDENTIAL TO "WRONG SIDE OF THE TRACKS" IN CLEVELAND: If after all these years her parents refuse to accept you quit trying. It would be easier to move the tracks. Problems? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self - addressed envelope. Hate to write letters? Send $1 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., for Abby's booklet, "How to Write Letters for All Occasions." Sake, chief alcoholic beverage of the Japanese, is a kind of beer made from rice. Spring Piano Classes Now Open Mrs. James Bassham 805 Robindale Call PO 3-0795 HERMON JONES BUSINtSb SON'S ASSDaUNCB CM. lOO Onion Ate f hone 174-MOO Ifrapn* e. Ttnneeeee Oall tot me Consultation, tor tstate

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