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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 23, 1966
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Blythevllle (Ark,) Courier News - Saturday, April 23, 18«- Pig* Thrat IN t W w "«™"™^^^ W. M. DAVIDSON Mrs. William Schuckcrs and .children of Gary, Ind,, spent last week with her mother, Mrs. George Dillion. Spc. E6 Jessie Tilghman arrived Saturday morning from Frankfurt, Germany, for a 30 day leave before reporting to San Antonio, Tex., and Brooks Army Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Jolliff of Osceola were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Jolliff Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. George Farm- .er visited r. and Mrs. Byri Lamb in Paragould Sunday. Mrs. Nettie Lay is a patient •t the base hospital in Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Wortham were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Lewis Saturday in Jonesboro. Mrg. Tom Bartholomew, Mrs, Dorothy Wright, Mrs. Joe Bollinger and Mrs. Bud Jolliff spent Monday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rogers and children of Memphis spent Tuesday and Wednesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jolliff. Woman's Missionary Auxiliary of the Calvary Baptist Church met Monday evening at th* horn* of Mrs. Bob Eye. Mri. Leo Flagg opened th« meeting with a prayer which was followed by group songs. Mis» Ova Dee Flagg conducted a Bible quiz. Refreshments wer« »erved by the hostess after which Mrs. Wayne Ashabrann«r dismissed the meeting with a prayer. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Veach spent Customer Cre'dit Is Being Overdone (McNaufht Bjnifcat* Int) |1 ...... BBBMIMMM^^ DEAR ABBY: I am a small Independent grocer, and I have a question for you. Why do some customers (including relatives) ask for groceries on credit, but when they have the cash they will drive an extra mile to shop at a supermarket and give their money to strangers? The people they give cash to wouldn't give them groceries on credit if their whole family was dying of malnutrition. FED UP WITH PEOPLE DEAR FED UP: There are two kind) of people In this world: the givers and the takers. The credit customers (including your relatives) who spend their cash eslewhere are "takers." You may complain, but the next time, someone is broke and needs groceries on credit, you won't turn him down, because you are a "giver." The takers may eat better —but the givers sleep better. DEAR ABBY: I would like a straight answer. In order for a person to get places in this world, is it WHAT you know, or WHO you know? J. B. IN K. C. DEAR J. B.: It's neither. It's WHOM yon know. DEAR ABBY: My children In And Around Blytheville Mrs. Burmah Haynes of Clear Lake entered Chickasawba Hospital Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Poff and daughter have moved from Gosnell to Mammath, III., to make their home. Lecil Littlefield and George Earl Littlefield of St. Louis visited recently with their grandmother, Mrs. Maggie Littlefield, and aunt, Mrs. MEjgie Quarles, and Mr. Quarles. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gay and son Frank of Memphis visited ara just average, but they are good kids. I have no outstanding beauties among my daughters and, while they do have friends, none of them is wildly popular. My boys are average students, just fair in sports, but none of them ever made the team. A relative of mine has outstanding children. They are popular, good looking, and get lots of honors, And he doesn't let me forget it for a moment. What can I say when he collars me and brags on and on about his kids? STUCK FOR WORDS DEAR STUCK: Nothing. Just because * jackass brays doesn't mean you have to answer him. DEAR ABBY: No woman In her right mind would hire a housekeeper to come into her home and look after her children without first checking to learn where she had worked before, the reason she is no longer working there, and something about her character, disposition and temperament. So why, when one is considering marrying a previously divorced person, doesn't she (or he) sit down and have a long talk with the former mate? One could learn more ust listening for an hour than living with someone for a year. PRACTICAL DEAR PRACTICAL: No doubt. But when the emotions are involved few are "practical." When one desperately wants something, he refrains from examining it too closely lest he discover too many imperfections. In otber words, most people enjoy living with illusion*. Troubled? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self • addressed envelope. For Abby's booklet, "How Have a Lovely Wedding," send „„ ,.„ r ,. , 50 cents to Abby, Box 69700, relatives at Blytheville Sunday, i Los Angeles, Cal. By Lines You (EDITOR'S NOTE: This column Is for use by the readers. Material submitted will not be returned. All material should be typed and double-spaced and is subject to editing. Writers should sign their names and in the cases of students, should give their age. Names will be withheld on request.) APRIL CLOVER By Gwyndolyn Smith . The sublimest springtime delight A youngster ever likely knows Is the fresh feel of April clover Beneath newly released bare toM Thlt delight remains unsurpassed Unless s surprise sting r«- mate That this thick clover carpe A colony of bees conceals. COLD HEART By Gwyndolyn Smith How suave your manner, How old Is your heart. How practiced you are In your ages old art. You spread charm tbout, A gay game to you, Your heart quite withheld Being every untrue. Gladys Moore of Hoi- Mo., visited Saturday iwsday night in Corning as uesls of Mr. and Mrs. Russell dwards. Mrs. Alfred Mifflin Is a pa- ent at Methodist Hospital in 'emphis. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Flea lan and children and Mrs. U. Griffith accompanied by Mrs. onald Stuart and daughter Dona Kay spent Friday night with ilr. and Mrs. 0. B. Robjrtson Memphis. D. A. Singleton of LitUe Rock visiting this week with Mr. nd Mrs. Charlie Henry. Mrs. omb, Kb, Mrs. Gledis Hester. Mrs. Rice A. Johnston spent st week in Holly Grove with er son-in-law and daughter, Mr nd Mrs. Harvey Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Decker pent the weekend with Mr. and rs. A. D. Berry in Brinkley. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rainbolt Jonesboro were weekend nests of her mother, Mrs. Gled- Hester. Mrs. Clyde Milligan, Mrs. erman Alston and Mrs. Arline x>binson were hostesses for a yette shower honoring Mrs. oy Dawson at the home of Irs. John Estes in Horners- ille Sunday. Forty guests attended with ut of town guests from Ma- :ennett, Hayti and Rives. Refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wright pent Thursday in Kennett. Wendell Ashabranner, son of ilr. and Mrs. Eddie Ashabraner, underwent a tonsilectomy t St. Bernard Hospital in Jones- oro Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Rook nd Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Morgan of West Memphis were unday guests of Mrs. J. 0. RooR. Earnest Burton of Lepanto was a guest Friday of nis sis- er, Mrs. Ruth Smith. Mrs. L. E. Mobley, Sr., Mrs. >ial Ballard, Mrs. Louise Asha- ranner, Mrs. Jack Tipton. Mrs. Myrtle Pearson and Miss Georia Le« Stuart attended the Vorth Arkansas Conference Guild weekend at Searcy Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wright md children of Osceola were iunday guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Milligan visited Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Alton in Jonesboro Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Henson )f Westoff, Tex., were Sunday [uests of her brother-in-law and lister, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Adams. Spc. 4 David Garner of Fort jeonard Wood, Mo., spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Chloe Garner, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Scott. Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Wagner isited Jesse Hill at B a p t i s t Hospital in Memphis Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. Leonus Shedd md daughter of Little Rock vis- ted their parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Shedd and Mr. and Mrs. )an White, Sunday afternoon. Bobby Goodson and Don Ben nett of Chicago spent the week- »nd with Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Valker. They also visited Bobiy's father, Harmon Goodson, at the Veterans Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. Dial Ballard and Mrs. Glenn Ray Farmer and daugh- ,er Tami spent Wednesday in fonesboro. Mrs. Robert Griffin of Harris- >urg and. Mrs. J. C. Sandusky of Petersburg, Tenn., were ;uests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Vhite Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dude Hanner ol Buckeye were Wednesday guesl of Mrs. Cly Farmer and Mr and Mrs. M. M. Shaver. Jerry Ballard, student at Ar kansas State College in Jones boro spent Saturday night with his uncle, Dial Ballard. Larry Isaacs of Memphis spent Saturday night with his mother, Mrs. Ruth Isaacs an; tiis grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Jim David. Mrs. Paul Deaton and son spent Wednesday and Thursday night in Cardwell with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vester Owen due to the illness of her mother, Mrs. Owen. Nation's 'Fast Time' Begins This Sunday By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The nation takes a step toward conformity in summer time Sunday. . When the time comes for turning the clock ahead an hour — at 2 a.m. Sunday unless you want to do it earlier and go to bed — the lineup of states on "fast" time and on standard time will remain about the same as last year. Nineteen will observe daylight saving time statewide, and 12 partly. Arkansas will not. The law does not require any state to adopt daylight saving time, but it does demand that a state which uses fast time at all must use the federal dates — April 24 to Oct. 30. In some states the period has been from Memorial Day to Labor Day, adding to the confusion in a nation with four time zones and plenty of rugged individualism. The law does not make day- ight saving time mandatory next year, either. But before he summer of 1967 rolls around, any state that wants to stay on "God's time" will need a state legislative law specif- cany forbidding daylight sav- ng time. The feeling in rural areas runs strong against the time device which gives the city golfer an extra hour at the 19th hole or the suburban gardener an extra hour with his roses. News Of Men In Service Seaman Recruit John H. Wagner, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. John.A. Wagner of Leachville, is undergoing seven weeks of basic training at the Naval Training Center at San Diego, Cal. Upon completion of recruit training, Wagner will be assigned to a school, shore station or ship, based on his classification tests. Seaman Apprentice Gary C. McGhee, USN, son of Woodrow C. McGhee of 2333 Carolyn St., is a crew member of the amphibious flagship USS Eldorado. The ship recently participated in Operation "Jackstay" while operating with the Seventh Fleet in the South China Sea. Marine Pvt. Raymond Pointer, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pointer of 204 S. llth St., has completed the Tracked Vehicle course at Camp Pendleton, Cal. The four - week course teaches techniques of driving and preventive maintenance. Jerry M. Christian, son of Mrs. Joe Christian of Steele, has been comissioned a second lieutenant in the U. S. Air Force upon graduation from Officer Training School at Lackland Air Force Base, Tex. Christian is married to the former Violet Jones of Steele. Astrological * Forecast * . By CARROLL R1GHTER To tfeurnlni your (orecait, not« paragraph opposite datei, which Include your blrtb date. SUNDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: This Sunday morning is fine for whatever has to do with the higher and loftier attributes of the mind as well as tuning in on the answers you desire by being very still for a little while. The afternoon and evening then bring you no chance to put into motion those pioneer and creative plans that mean so much to you. Be patient. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Morning is best spent at meditation and prayer and you can later go about whatever is of greatest importance to you in a definite way. Be specific in stating ideas to others. Don't dilly-dally anywhere. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) A.M. Later you can be with with friends for whatever your mutual aims. Much happiness can be yours in the afternoon and early evening. Make sure you plan new week's activities wisely in P.M. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Act in such a way that Big-wigs will be greatly impressed and you gain prestige, especially in A.M. Later you can be comfortable, kind friends wth and relax. Have an interesting P.M. through enlightening conversation. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Get into such activities during day that make you feel tranquil and happy. The latter part of the day is best for civic affairs, making plans for Improving career, etc. Be on the go at whatever you like to do. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Following intuitive hunches in A.M. can lead to fine results throughout the day, whether in personal or other matters. Make the new contacts you desire, have wanted for some time. Be your most charming self. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Morning is best to learn what it it that partners desire of you and then carry through with plans you have in which they can be helpful. Do some work on them tonight, tho it is Sunday. Start ball rolling nicely. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Take the time to put your home, apartment in better order and being of assistance to those in dire circumstances. Don't neglect church services. Evening can be fun with allies you like and vice versa. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Do all you can to cheer others during the morning and use that fine smile more. Then so organize your affairs that you can accomplish a great deal in the new week. Sit down and plan activities, schedule time. f tlon . s s ,° thattvou( w ° n , l ? et .. so SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to fogged down frustrated in the Dec. 21) During A.M. many situ- future - Tllink more of lhe wel ' (McKaught Syndicate, Inc.) Doing whatever will bring your finest personal aims within your orb is right this A.M. You later get enlightening ideas just how to increase income in the near future. Take initial steps. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY.. .he, or she, will be one of those children who early in life will seem to be very retiring and a bit slow and will want to go over everything many times before coming to a decision, even in the choice of candy, but if you permit to have a good education, you find that adulthood produces a most precise and proper person, one who retains knowledge acquired. Geastest success comes in New Era pursuits. MONDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: The early morning is excellent for placing into motion all of those new ideas with which you are imbued. Be as creatve as possible, especially in the lines of expression indicated as beneficial for your own sign following. The P.M. is best utilized by continuing with the interests already placed into motion. Expand. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Personal ams should be followed in A.M. with the confidence that you can attain them. Business affairs should also be handled in the same way. Reserve the evening for sociability with congenials. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You are able to confidentially get the backing from good friends et als if you are clever, adroit. Think big if you want to get big. Follow the cultural in your recreational activities in P.M. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) A.M. is best time to get in touch with those who can support your special plans and also give fine suggestions for advancement in the days ahead. Get out tonight for social progress also. Be courteous, charming with everyone. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) A day to gain greater prestige and support from influential persons. Be very careful in the handing of any problematical affairs, whether personal or otherwise. Be a Class A citizen. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Information can be gleaned from your newspaper, other source, persons you trust, admire, etc. Be broad - minded, tho, for best results. Don't neglect to write to those who are out - of - town and can be helpful to you. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Find a more streamlined method of handling all of your obli- as well. Be reconciled with everyone. A celebration of new accord would be very nice in the evening. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) If you delve right Into all that work that is at hand, you find that those who are depending upon you will be relieved and co - workers then cooperate. Gain respect. Get farther on the road to succss. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Every opportunity is present now to have a most happy day, but you must make your early appointments and then keep them on time. Show that you are a clever person. Get results you want. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Fundamentally affairs are very vital to you today. Persevere in whatever you have started, but be very efficient at it. Take it easy at home tonight or have a few intimate friends i. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Ideal day to contact persons who have new ideas, better suggestions that wil Ihelp you to advance more quickly. Read your paper, too. You can get together with comrades for important business or social matters. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) If you are more practical in your dealings with others, you find that you can increase aburhll dance to a goodly extent toon. Confer with wise business person. Get your budget on a more logical basis. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN today, he, or she, will be one of those ambitious young people who want to make a mark in -•• the word early in life and can possibly do so since the ability to get creative ideas nicely whittled down to a practical level is great. Slant education along lines of merchandizing and being alert to the newest trends of the New Era. Send to right college or only the antiquated will deter the success here. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi' County, Arkansas. 1 Betty Prince, Plaintiff, vs. No. 16738 Burl Prince, Defendant. The defendant, Burl Prince, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Betty Prince. Dated this 14th day of April, 1966 at 10:00 A.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Glerk By Betty Coats, D.C. Guy Walls, Attorney Ed B. Cook, Atty Ad Litem 4-16, 23, 30, 5-7 A1C James N. Dockery of Murphy N. C., has been named PRIDE (Professional Results in Daily Efforts) Man of the Year at Blytheville Air Force Base. Dockery is married to the former Patricia Ray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ray of 300 S. Franklin St. Yeoman 1-C Jon C. Randle, USN, son of Mrs. Mary C. Randle of Manila, participated in land recovery operations for the United States' Gemini - 8 space capsule recently. The operations involved the U. S. Naval Air Facility, Naha, Okinawa. ations arise that help you to prove that you are truly devoted o kin, are loyal. Evening is fine or social fun. Great happiness can be yours if you are with hose you should be with, CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Sitting at the feet of some ,ruly holy person in A.M. will do much to relieve you to tensions, give you a better philosophy of life to follow. Then be with family. Have a happy, comfortable time. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Recalling to mind the final principles under which you were reared gives you a chance to rared gives you a chance to renew them in the future. Then out cheerily and see persons you like. Evening can be very enjoyable with relatives, also. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) AtrammtZID At 1ECOND CL»5» MAIL BLYineVILLI. ABC, Blnnertlh Cnortti Ntm ZIP - ?:ji« Barry W. Raton. fnMukn Irt it Wahuit IU. MnhnHto *r» rubilihed dtnj «wpt iuna»» IMDnd clata po«ttt» ptM a» 81y ttome. Ark BOMB DEirmn KATM In BlythtWJIa ud town* IB tb< mythulU* tr»a» ttrmoir. Dally . Me p« WMk »V MAIL PATMII.E m ADVAMCK witnia w ssiln of Biytumu*. Man ifeaa t»'«uE? ma H&D SHOP Wholesale Bait & Tackle • Minnows • Gold Fish • Red Rin Shiners • Wermt • Tnffiei • Crickets • Crawfish • Ice • Outboard Motor OH t Can • Hunting * Flshtnf License* Open 24 Hrg. on Weekend Ph. PO 3-1467 216 Laclede Blytheville, Ark. R. J. "Buddy" Donner, Manager fare of loved one. Have a more romantic nature. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) If you know just where you stand with others, you can cement better tic; v/ith associates MISSCO House Movers PHONE PO 3-6726 PO 3-7882 PO 3-4186 For Free Estimate Blytheville, Ark. BE SAFE LET US PROTECT YOUR PRECIOUS FURS AND WOOLENS IN OUR BONDED STORAGE VAULTS. BESTWAY Laundry Cleaners PICK-UP * DELIVER! PO 2012 W. 2-2408 Ln^^^siA Main MCMM* GYM-DANDY Play Ground Equipment • SWINGS • SLIDES • CLIMBING TOWERS • MERRY-GO- ROUND IAD & LASSIE EAST MAIN ST. LECTURE PROGRAM April 25th - May 1st Time — 7:30 p.m. Topics and Speakers MONDAY — PRAYER (J. B. Shofee, math instructor at Arkansas Stale Collefe) TUESDAY — HARD SAYINGS OF CHRIST (Jesse Fleming, employee of Blytherilte Iron and Metal) WEDNESDAY — WHY SOME REJECT THE TRUTH (Nelson Edens, employee of Sheltoa Construction and Floor Serrtce) THURSDAY — CHOOSE YOU THIS DAT (Ray Smallrldje, T. 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