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

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 3, 1966
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Wjrftevflle (Ark.) Csurlw New» - Tuesday, May 8, MW - Pigt Thres Break News to Mother Van VJi< iren (McNiuiht Srnclicatt Inc.) niiiniiiiiiuiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiHM^ him on the right path. And with all my heart, 1 want to thank you, Abby. Keep up the good work. You may use my name. HELEN M. OF BROOKLYN DEAR ABBY: I have a serious problem. My mother never gets dressed up to take me to school. It's too far for me to walk, so my mohter drives me. But Abby, you should see how she looks! She throws a coat over her bathrobe (which isn't too bad because nobody can see it). But her hair is a mess, and she doesn't have a drop of make-up on. She looks just awful. The other kids see her in the car, and it embarrasses me. I love my mother and we are very close; I hate to hurt her f e e 1 i n g s. Can you help me? EMBARRASSED DEAR EMBARRASSED; I'm sure if your mother knew she was embarrassing you before your friends, she would take the extra few minutes to make herself a little more presentable. A touch of lipstick and colorful scarf would do wonders. Tell her. You'd be surprised how understanding and receptive mothers can be when suggestions are pre- lented properly. DEAR ABBY: My boy friend is in Viet Nam and I write him nearly every day. I recently took a job as a cocktail waitress. We have to wear costumes that show quite a bit. They are not topless but there's not much to the top, and there is very little to the bottom, too. I guess, it's about the size of a bikini bathing suit. Well, Johnny wrote from Viet Nam and said he wanted to know all about my new job and what my uniform looks like. How should I describe it? JUDY DEAR JUDY: Tell him it looks like JUDY DEAR ABBY: For 18 miserable years my husband suffered with the gambling disease. He had hit bottom, was about to lose his business, was deeply in debt, and could get no help from anyone anymore. Then on December 11,1965, he read an item in your column in which you mentioned Gamblers Anonymous and gave their address. I know you will be happy to know that my husband contacted them and became a member. He hasn't missed a meeting. Last week we went to two. He hasn't gambled since, and I think h« is going to be all right. Abby, today he is a different man. Calm, good, understanding. No more hysterics over every little thing. He's trying to make it up to me and the children for all we missed those years when he was always broke and in r bad mood I want to thank Sam of Jamaica, a most wonderful man, a member of G.A., who called on my husband first and put CONFIDENTIAL TO "RUDY'»" IN-LAWS IN ABILENE, TEX.: No one can use you for a doormat unless you lie down first. Tell your daughter that if she wants to see you, she will have to visit YOU, because you've made your last cross- country trip to be insulted by her husband. Troubled? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self - addressed envelope. For Abby's booklet, "H o w To Have a Lovely Wedding," send 50 cents to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DIS TRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. DELORES D. BARKER, PLAINTIFF VS. NO. 16744 ROBERT WARREN BARKER, DEFENDANT WARNING ORDER The defendant Robert Warren Barker is hereby warned to appear in this court within 30 days and answer the Complaint of the Plaintiff, Delores D. Barker, and upon his failure so to do said Complaint will 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 16th day of April, 1966. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Donna DiCicco, D. C. Graham Sudbury 115 N Second Street Blytheville, Arkansas Attorney for Plaintiff Marcus Evrard 126 W. Walnut Street Blytheville, Arkansas Attorney Ad Litem 4-19, 26, 5-3, 10 Astrological * Forecast * By CARROLL RIGHTER MECHANICAL MUSCLEMAN—This set of mechanical muscles is designed to make a strong man out of even a 97-pound weakling. Attached to an operator's feet, forearms and waist, the HardiMan, developed by General Electric's Research and Development Center, mimics and amplifies his movements, enabling him to lift a 1.500- pound load with little effort. Practical uses foreseen in- elude warehouse and factory operations, bomb loading and underwater salvage. ' Vo d«ttrmln« your forecast, note paragraph opposite dates, which Include your birth date WEDNESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES A day of changes and new beginnings in which int is first necessary that you rely upon your intuition and then act with more: than usual quickness to place such plans into motion. Uncover whatever you do not understand by delving deeply into the material and financial aspects of such situations tonight. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Your intuition is very fine now and you can use it successfully either in business or personal matters. Be very careful where finances are concerned. Be sure that you have protection for your property. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Analyzing how to make your present position more stable requires that j'OU change conditions about you appreciably. Gadding about in P.M. to worthwhile social places helps you to increase circle of fine friends. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Usual allies are in a fine mood to help you to expand at this time and they have the right advice, ideas that relieve pressures. Ask questions for whatever perplexes. Get into the artistic in P.M. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You need more worldly information if you are to go after aims in a more intelligent and successful fashion. Good friends will be willing to News Of Men In Service Library Memorials WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Wilson Done Jr., Plaintiff, vs. No. 16740 Betty Jean Done, Defendant The defendant, Betty Jean Don*, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Wilson Done Jr. In memory of Mr. Howard E. Bowen II, —Plant Pruning in Airman 1-C Charles Walker; Pictures, East Side Garden give you more co-operation. Have a happy, productive day, LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You are able to'find a better way of approaching persons in high places so that they more readily go along with your ideas, give support. Show you are ambiV ious. They open new doors of Jr., has arrived for duty at Homestead AFB, Fla., where he will be a jet aircraft mechanic. Walker is married to the former Erma Davenport, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Davenport, Sr., of 1741 Charline St. Airman 1-C Alton W. Alberson has graduated from a U. S. Air Force air freight training course at Sheppard AFB, Tex. Alberson is married to the former Mary L. Gibson, daughter of Mrs. W. R. Gibson of Leachville. 1st Lt. Willis N. graduated. from versity's Squadron Ward has : Air Uni- Officer School at Maxwell AFB, Tex. Ward is the son of Andrew J, Ward of Osceola. A 2-C Clifford R. Lansdell III Dated this 15th day of April, \ has been selected outstanding maintenance man of the month at Blytheville AFB. Club and African Violet Club. In memory of Mr. William D. Chamblin, - The United States, Mr. and Mrs. George Wiggs. In memory of Mr. William D. Chamblin, - Four Hands for Mr., Mrs. C. M. Abbott, . In memory of Mr. James E. Stevenson, Sr., — History of Mississippi County, Mr., Mrs. Oscar Fendler. In memory of Mr. James E. Stevenson Sr., — Seven Heroes, Mercy, Mr., Mrs. C. M. Abbott. Mr ^ Mrs g E Tune . In memory of Mrs. Robert E. j In Lee King, — Ireland, Miss Elijabeth Halstead and Miss Maxine Halstead. In memory of Mrs. rtobert E. _.. of Mr. James E, Stevenson Sr., — Illustrators of Children's Books, Mr., Mrs. L. G. Nash. In memory of Mr. James E. Lee King, — The American In-! Stevenson Sr., — Best Book of dian, Mr., Mrs. C. W. Garrigan. to Read Aloud Stories, Mr., Mrs In memory of Mrs. Robert E. Lee King, — Winslow Harner, Mr., Mrs. John Runge. In memory of Mr. J. R. (John Architecture, Mr., Mrs. Allen Bush. Ben Harpole. In memory of Mr. James E. Stevenson Sr., — The last 100 Days, Mr., Mrs. Rupert Craftdn and Mr., Mrs. Buzz Crafton. In memory of Mary Jane Ulm In memory of Mr. J. R. (John — Horizon, Spring 1966, Mrs. ny Marr, Jr., — Medieval Mary Ann Langley. nyj Marr Jr., —. Our National Capitol, Mr., Mrs. E. J. Cure. In memory of Mr. J. R. (John ny) Marr Jr., — Story .of the Trapp Family Singers, Mr., Mrs. E. B. Woodson. In memory of Mr. J. R. (John- 1966 at 11:00 o'clock A.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Geraldine Liston Ed B. Cook, Attorney ,..._. .. .„ . Percy A. Wright, Ally Ad Litem i Mrs. Imagean Casteel of Ely- j In memory of Mrs. J. W. Pur- Laiisdell is married to the for- ny) Marr Jr., — Private Beach, mer Mary Casteel, daughter of!Mr., Mrs. Albert Taylor. 4-19, 26, 5-3 101 theville. tie, — Quick and Easy Dinners, In memory of Mr. Herman Walls, — The Fanner and the Witch, Mr., Mrs. Ralph Nichols. In memory of Mrs. J. E. Wilbourn, — How Amelia Secured the Tie, Mr., Mrs. Albert K. Taylor. In memory of Mrs. J. E. Wilbourn — The White House and its Thirty - four Families, Dr., Mrs. J. E. Eeasley. ' IM. opportunity in business, art, cul ture worlds. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) If you go to different sources of information than the usual you find that experts later give the right ideas for your advancement. Get an "in" with heir comfreres, also. Make big icadway. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) If you co-operate more with lartners, you know what to do to make your operations more successful. Your mind is so busy with own ideas you hardly listen enough. Have dinner together in P.M. and have better understanding. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Show others that you are most certainly right on tap where own interests are concerned. However, you must be more cooperative or others will not back you very much. Let there be 'air trading. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Show devotion to your recreation and fun. Repay any social or other obligations to them. Gain their respect. Take any health treatments you need. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You have to see to it that your surroundings are made more attractive, sparkling if you are to get the respect of all, including closest kin. Make additions that add comfirt. Entertaining in P.M. is fine. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Keeping right on the beam where shopping, making calls, study, etc. are concerned is quite easy now. Don't forget correspondence. Be with good friends at the hobbies that are mutually enjoyable, P.M. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Some business expert, financial house, repairmen, etc. could give ideas that will greatly improve your position in life, your property. Have an abundance soon. Be of a receptive atittude. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY...he, or she, will be one of those fascinating people who will have difficulty keeping track of finances, no matter if very large or small, so be sure to give plenty of arthmetic and algebra courses early. The pioneer is very much in this chart and a good deal of money can be made, provided he. or she. is taught that ideas, like fruit, have to have time to mature. Give religious training to induce patience. MOTHER'S DAY- GRADUATION Oft ANY DAY WHEN YOU THINK Of GfrTS, THINK OF PLAZA DRUGS PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Blytheville, Ark. Card of Thanks Our sincere thanks to all our friends for the kindness shown us during the loss of our loved one, Benny Keith. Your visits, expressions of sympathy and flowers will always be remembered and appreciated. Tfie Birchett Keith Family Bride & Groom Set Handsomely created in IQ-karat white or yd- low gold. An outstand-' ing value ... only at DreifBJ. Diamond! Enlarged 3 Ways To Buy • Cash • Charge • Lay-A-Way Buell W. Carter, MFA Agent 123 N. Broadway (Corner Noble Hotel) Phone PO 3-3361 Brand New - Heavy Duty • 12 Ft. FISHING BOATS 599.95 • 14 Ft. FISHING BOATS $110.95 • BOAT TRAILERS $90.00 • NEW 14 Ft. FIBREGLASS BUK-A-BOUT BOAT $495 Open 'Til 9 p.m. Daily—12:00 Noon Sunday FREE PARKING IN REAR Byrum Hardware And Seed 116 E. Main — Ph. PO 3-4404 or 3-3529 One-Fourth of Socialism and Silk by Don Oakley and John Lone Rome of its Height Drape* Iteetf ir». Chinese Silk Wang Mang, Champion of 1r« Downtrodden The Seres (Chinese) send to Rome the •fleecy product of their forests ... ate that a {Roman lady may exhibit her charms in transparent gauze. —Pliny tht Eldtr In 8 A.D., • popular Confucian scholar^ .seized the throne of China, proclaimed a new dynasty and launched a sweeping program of ^He'natlonaliwd the land and ordered that 'the great estate* be broken up and given to those who tilled them. He freed thousands of sfaves, advanced low-interest loans to farmer! and small businessmen and nationalized the too quickly and had made too many enemies, evenr-beeause of government bungling—among those he had tried to help. After 15 years, the nation rebelled, Wang Mang was killed and the Han dynasty reinstated. The civilized world at this time was divided between two great empires in their heydays —China in the East and Rome in the West. Though they had no diplomatic contact, the Silk Road across Asia brought vast quantities of that coveted fabric to Rome. While the historian Pliny may have been mistaken about how the "Seres"—the Silk People—made silk and was somewhat of an old fogey about feminine fashions, he was right when he pointed with alarm to the huge sums that "luxury and the female sex cost us." Many millions in Roman gold drained into the pockets of middlemen along the Silk Road over tht decade* Thus little silkworms nay actually have'contributed to the decline and fall of the mighty Roman Empire. Before that, however, decay again infected •uptiwi; Intrigue, Assassination Doom trie House of Han the house of Han. A bloody revolt by • religious sect called the Yellow Turbans undermined the central authority of the government. Dowager empresses and palace eunuchs became the real power* behind the throne, which more often than not was occupied by a child—until he became old enough to be assassinated. The corruption and cruelty of the eunuchs resulted in a general massacre of "the beardless ones" by the military in 189 A.D. and signalled the start of a period of civil war. The Han dynasty finally ground to an end in 220 A.D. Yet so glorious had it been that Chinese long afterwards were to call themselves Sons of Han. If for only one thing alone —its gift of paper to the uwM-et would d*. serve to be remembered, NEXT: Barbarian! and Buddha* LIQUIDATION SALE PRICES SLASHED ON EVERYTHING IN THE STORE! THE BIG FURNITURE STORE 306 to 310 E. Main PO 3-8918 Blytheville, Ark.

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