The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1966 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 13, 1966
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Astrological * Forecast * By CARROLL RIGHTER ~ Io determine your lotecut, not* "paragraph opposite dates, WHICH • Include your birth d»te • SATURDAY I GENERAL TENDENCIES: You have a considerable amount of ability to make a real success in whatever requires a combination of business acumen and very practical and down-to- earth activities. Make sure that you do let others see you understand their needs for by so doing you get a , far greater amount of cooperation from them for your goals. • : ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Getting right into financial affairs is best way to proceed today since you are able to have a greater abundance soon. Make the repairs to property that are necessary. Don't wait until the winter rains come again before fixing that roof. \ TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You are full of energy and vim and can get much accomplished that has been difficult ere this, especially in the business world. Social hours ir P.M. can also be very rewarding. Show that you have magnetism. '•- GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Private planning of all kinds, whether of a business or inti- Biate nature, can bring fine results, greater success in the days ahead. Assist those who are in need, are having difficulties. They will assist you in different ways, too. -MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) If you will get in touch with fine comrades, they will do much to further your alms if you state specifically what you want. Have plans that are mutually beneficial. Progress socially as well in P.M. I'LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You can add much to prestige if you handle higher - ups intelligently. Improve your credit rating, also. Forget that bull in the china shop attitude and use the fine diplomatic airs with which you are blessed. ] VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Out to new sites and places where there is real opportunity for advancement. New contacts give fine ideas which you can later put in operation. Information that clarifies future can McNiughl Syndicate, Inc. also be obtained. Have fun tonight. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) A more up-to-date technical method of taking care of all governmental, mercantile and even personal affairs is required now. Get rid of perplexities. Becomes more interesting to your mate, too. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) If you arrange specifics with associates now, you are able to get all of your obligations nicely settled, without further hitches. Make the first overture. Then all works out very satisfactorily. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Keep rooted to the work ahead of you and devise a method that will make you more efficient in your particular, specialized field. A capable co-worker can give fine ideas. Put them in operation quickly. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) A fine free day for getting into the hobbies, sports, etc. that most appeal to you now. Find the right congenial companions. Expressing your talents in a most facile and charming way is possible. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Abode requires more charm and comfort in order to please loved ones dwelling with you. Stick to established rules and tenets in order to get the best results. Aspects for success in some career outlet are good, also. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Others will be impressed by your ingenuity in whatever is your particular outlet, so keep busy and make important contacts, backers. Step out to see some good relative or friend later. Be a good sport IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY . he, or she, will be one of very determined young >eople who early wants to make ris, or her, mark in the world, so be sure to give the right religious training early so that all this force will be directed in right channels. Ideal chart for the big business, baking, individual or whatever has to do with art and culture, opera di- NOTICEOF SPECIAL ELECTION Notice h hereby given that an election will be held in the City of Luxora, Arkansas on the 31st day of May, 1966, at which there will be submitted to the electors of the City the question of issuing City of Luxora, Arkansas (called "City") General Obligation Industrial Development Bonds under Amendment No. 49 to the Constitution of the State of Arkansas in the principal amount of not to exceed $40,000 (called "bonds") for the purpose of furnishing the permanent financing of the cost of securing and developing industry. The bonds will be dated June 1, 1966, and will mature annually on June 1 in each of the years 1969 to 1993, inclusive. The proposed industrial project wil consist of the acquisition by the City of lands and the construction of a building, improvements and facilities on a portion of the lands, which will be operated as a manufacturing plant for manufacturing bumpers and such other products as National Bumper Exchange, Inc., of West Memphis (called "National Bumper Exchange") shall determine to manufacture, and the development and utilization (including sale where necessary) of the remaining portion of the lands and improvements for the securing and developing of industry (all of which will be sometimes referred to as the "Industrial Project"). The proceeds of the bonds will be used for the permanent financing of the Project cost, expenses and expenditures in connection therewith and in connection with the financing. If the electors approve the issuance of the bonds there will be levied and collected a continuing annual tax of five (5) mills on the dollar of the assessed valuation of the taxable real and personal property in the City for the purpose of providing for the principal of and interest on the bonds, which tax will be pledged to the payment of the bonds, but provision will be made for Hie suspension of the collection of all or a portion of said tax, at the discretioii of the City Council, in any year for which other revenues are available for application to the payment of maturing principal and interest on the bonds (the details of which suspension will be spelled out in the Ordinance ol recting, etc. A wonderful personality! Spring-Summer comfort Year-round look in PALM BEACH PALM LITE 9 Suits Many claims have been made for the year- round suit. Best candidate we know is the Palm Beach* Palm Lite Suit of 55% Dacron® Polyester and 45 % Wool Worsted Hopsaeking. The fabric has sufficient weight for wear most months of the year tut the fabric construction lets the body "breathe" so if s cool to wear during Spring and Summer. Superbly tailored (our exclusive "cort.Bur e«Ht«?" assures perfect fit in the critical neck and shoulder area). In Navy, Olive, Black and Medium Gray. Sizes 35-42 . $50.00 PALM JJTTE1* Regs, and Longs OPEN THURSDAY NIGHTS TIL 8 Shop our large GIFT DEPARTMENT for a complete selection of unusual and practical gifts for the GRADUATE. W ehave a complete size chart for all schools in this area, including Southeast Missouri. Shop by Phone for your convenience. We gift wrap and mail wrap FREE. mipanu HM 4ppcrrt / for Mtn and Boys Mason Day mU ear Hubby Means to Torment ^/tbiaail V an ren (McNiucht syndicate >M.> , uiiiimin uiiiiiiinn m minimi « mm wiiiiiiiiHiiiNiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiii DEAR ABBY: When my husband eats an apple, it sounds like someone were using a "plumber's helper." On other occasions you would swear that Clyde was inhaling food, plate and all. I could climb the walls. He has other "at home" habits which are equally revolting. The point is, they are all for me. When we have company^ Clyde is a perfect gentleman with model manners and the most considerate behavior. His explanation: "A man may do whatever he feels like doing in his own home." What would you t h i n k of a skillet placed firmly on the back of his head? My lips must remain sealed, but my hands the City authorizing the issuance of the bonds). The bonds will not be secured by a pledge of or lien on the Industrial Project or revenues derived there- from. In this regard a portion of the Project will be leased to National Bumper Exchange. The bonds will be sold at public sale and may be sold with the privilege of conversion to an issue bearing a lower rate or rates of interest. Only qualified electors of the City of Luxora, Arkansas shall have the right to vote and the electors may vote either for or against the issuance of the bonds. The election will be held between the hours of 8:00 o'clock a.m. and 6:30 o'clock p.m. at the following polling places in the City of Luxora, Arkansas, to-wit: Voting Precinct Polling Place Ward 1 614 N. Main Ward 2 City Hall Ward 3 537 S. Main This 29th day of April, 1966. CITY OF LUXORA, ARKANSAS By Moses Sliman Mayor 4-29 5-6, 13, 20 are getting itchy. CLYDE'S WIFE DEAR WIFE: If his "habits" disappear when company comes, they are not really habits — they are nasty little acts intended to torment you. Ask Clyde why he feels the need to punish you? If he doesn't know, suggest he see a headshrink- cr and find out. If he refuses, but persists in his disgusting behavior, try the skillet. DEAR ABBY: At this school where I go, there is a certain group of kids, and if you! don't belong to this group, you might as well be dead. How can I get in with this group? My mother keeps telling me there is nothing wrong with me, but it still bothers me. "NOT IN" DEAR NOT: I can't think of a bigger waste of time and energy than trying to "get in" with a group of kids that apparently has no interest in you. Strive to do well in your studies. Always be a well-groomed as possible, but not forward, and be content to make friends one at a time. And if you have ONE worthwhile friend consider yourself lucky. •iwiyv Mtn Men 8 good boy. My husband says that this woman has opened a new world to him (sex), and we should just let it run its course until it burns Itself out. I'm afraid if we don't try to stop him we will ruin his life. What can we do? HEARTSICK MOTHER DEAR MOTHER: You can't risk letting it "run its course," - what if it doesn't "burn itself out" — but becomes more of a habit? Are you aware that this lad is breaking the law? (Adultery.) Some parents can't get thru to their own children. How about asking a relative, a clergyman, a doctor, a teacher, or even a buddy to talk some sense into your son? If It doesn't. wor k , at least you tried. Troubled? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self - addressed envelope. Acwrdmf to •»- Greek mym, the Pleiades originally were seven sisters who were changed into stars. ! : ; Easter Island in the 'Pacific Ocean is aptly called "Hie loneliest island in the world."' HIGHEST QUALITY- /f HkBTACUIFI ST.JOStPH ASPIRIN BUT For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding," send 50 cents to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. DEAR ABBY: Our son is 19. For • the last six months he has been running around with a woman who is 22 and has two small children. She still lives with her husband, who apparently doesn't care what she does because he babysits with the kids while she runs around. We tried to reason with our boy, but it did no good. He knows she's a tramp, but it doesn't matter. She drives by the house at all hours, toots the horn and he runs out and goes off with her. We love our son, Abby, He's WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Farmers Bank & Trust Company Plaintiff, vs. No. 16746 Emma Baugher Hughes, et-al Defendant The defendant, Nora B. Bradford and Ted Baugher is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Farmers Bank & Trust Company. Dated this 20th day of April, 1966 at 2:20 o'clock P.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coates, D.C. (SEAL) Oscar Fendler, Attorney J. W. Stermsek, Atty Ad Litem 4-22, 29 5-6, 13 Betsy Ross had never made a flag before she designed the American flag. MOVED Elbert S. Johnson Law Offices Relocated At 215 W. Walnut- Across From the Courthouse NOTICE! Acme Termite Co. has purchased, the Walls Certified Termite Service. All persons having contracts with the Walls Company are urged to contact us immediately and we will service your property. Insured J. H. TYRONE PO 3-3280 Bonded WdWf PERFECT F0R. INTERIOR OR EXTERIOR V for walls and Woodwork V Scrubbable V One Coat Covers V Dries in 1 Hour V Newei! FRESH Colon Owr MASTER V.MNTER. Vinyl tnlex it IPEAL FOK BASEMENT WALLS as well na every room in tho house. Far Dupcrior to ordinary interior or exterior paints! No primer needed. Absolutely odorless, so fast and easy, no mess, no fuss! Dripless Interior 2 G .i $5.00 Fondren & Sons Hdw. And Gifts 113 W. Main "Free Parking In Rear" Ph. PO 3-4520 years old. Richard Green uses all this equipment to make your telephone service better As a cable splicer for Southwestern Bell, Richard brings quite a bit of gear into action. To him, work means a carefully planned, well-organized operation, from the familiar telephone truck right down to a small roll of rubber tape. Richard also brings the latest work techniques and a dedicated sense of purpose to every job. "It's interesting work and it's important," be says. "I figure the company's business is giving the best service there is. That's my business, too." Like 3,600 other Southwestern Bell-Arkansas employees, Richard Green wants to make your telephone service — already the world's best—ewea better. SOVTIWESTEBI BELL AllAISAS ft* *MMr •ft JT

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