The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 27, 1966 · Page 5
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Blythevlllt (Ark.) Courier Newi - Friday, May », ISM- Pig* Five- "/ know all you do is flap, but if you had my ballast you wau/aVt 6e able to get off the ground, eif her " ZOOLOGICALLY SPEAKING... ... man may not be the only member of the primate family who feels the urge to get something off his chest. His zoo-bound cousins often have a look about them indicating they, too, might like to get in a few words about the way things are going. (Photos by John Arms, San Rafael. Calif.) NEW YORK (AP) - Behind washroomt many big businMs- worry furrows and out- grance sold eitner as colognes ward ravages of hangover. after-shave lotions usually In small jars, gleaming with with lusty names inspired by the rugged outdoors or the sea. impact, are formulas which will at least tone down tell-tale age lines in time for a man of im- Today the .super-Immaculate begin his morning bath friction portance to make his speech, a \ that has the tingling effect of a "So I just tell the other kids if they think I'm a long-haired teotmk, they should get a look at you, fop.'" "5o what do you expect of a couple of Yankee fans these days —songs and dances?" V ^ "As long, as you're up..." Capitol Notebook By JOHN R. STARR Associated Press Writer LITTLE ROCK (AP) - 1 came as no surprise when the Arkansas AFL-CIO's Commit tee On Political Education en drosed Sen. John L. McClellan's opponent Saturday. The .way ''labor leaders feel ebout McClellan, Jack the Ripper probably could have got the endorsement just for the as ing. Foster Johnson of Little Rock, a book salesman who says McClellan has lost touch with the little man, did more than ask. Johnson, in a surprisingly effective speech, went down the line for positions supported by labor and indicated that he is quite serious about his challenge to the senator who is as popular with many Arkansas groups as he is unpopular with labor. * # * Johnson filed against McClellan just before the ticket closed April 27. He said he has been working since then at the anyone to any office in Arkan sas. * * * As Powell said, "What power you would be if thi potential was realized." COPE's refusal to endora any of the gubernatorial candi dates was no more surprisin, than its endorsement of Johr son. Why would any group lay it support on the line now when there are seven out of eigh chances of losing? Labor can In And Around Blytheville Mr. and Mrs. Cloyce Sutton and children were called to East St. Louis, 111., Tuesday due to he death of her brother, C. E. barman. .. Mrs. Liza Fletcher of Blythe- 'ille returned home by plane laturday from Wilmington, Calif., after a two month' visit vith her son, Mr. and Mrs. Ce" Fle ' ce ' lv ° brothers grass roots level but that he " '7'"' """ ™ u """"""i , , , , .. i Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burss and expects to start making' speeches and a more forma! campaign in June. Labor could give McClellan trouble if it could marshal its potential vote. Dan Powell, regional COPE director, told Saturday's convention that there are 120,000 union members in Arkansas and that, with their wives, or husbands, they represent 230,000 votes. But, Powell said, each of the to influence at least two nonunion votes—relatives, friends or neighbors—so that labor has a vote potential of 470,000. That many votes would elect Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Burss. Visiting Mrs. Fletcher Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Eulas Fletcher and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Fletcher of Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. James Webster and son Don have returned from Michigan where they visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Sealer. They visited over the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Obie Webster at Blytheville before leaving for their home in Covington, Tenn. Also visiting the Websters Sun day was Mrs. Webster's brother, Oscar Floyd, of Nimmons, wait until the runoff and have a 50-50 chance of getting behind the winner. COPE's failure to endorse a gubernatorial candidate means WILSON NEWS MRS. ff. A. HOGAN, Jr. *••••••••••• Delta Kappa Gamma members were hostesses at a coffee on Saturday, May 15, at the home of Misses Inez and Bruce the money and influence of the ! Kmcaid - Honore " for the oc- AFL-CIO cannot be used for ^ slon were _ senior girls from any one of them. Nor can an Shawnee heiser and W.il s oa ffomen facult y numbers and wives of men faculty members individual local endorse a can- This does not, however, keep j were also guests. , , _ individual union members from , Guests were greeted at the supporting the candidate of I dwr by Afrs J. C. Perry and tbeir choice before the runoff . \ M ^. Ral P h ^Tv? 50 "', ' .4 ¥ ¥ Cokes, tied with pastel ,bows, | were served by Mrs. C. D. Price Sam Boyce, Jim Johnson, and Miss Norma Anderson pre- Brooks Hays and Frank Holt dave stout friends in labor. Winston Chanderl made a strong bid for support Saturday. Kenneth Sulcer, while confess- ng that he has represented Mississippi County planters in :he legislature, pledged to work : or minimum wage legislation f elected. Sulcer pointed out that labor las not accomplished a great deal in Arkansas in recent ^ears. Gov. Orval Faubus is regarded as a friend of labor ut his role has been confined argely to blocking anti-labor egislation and increasing workmen's benefits rather than it labor. The same situation exists In he 4th District Congressional ace, although labor reportedly as narrowed its support to ivo candidates— David Pryor nd Dean Murphy. Labor spokesmen sided at the coffee service. Centering the serving table, which was covered with a Battenberg cloth, was an arrangement of daisies and stice in a Cambridge bowl. Arrangements of peonies, roses ana columbine were used throughout the house. Favors of hand-made name cards prepared by Mrs. Ralph Thompson and Mrs. Donald Me- Daniel were presented to the girls as they arrived. A highlight of the morning was the awarding of a scholar- Buell W. Carter, MFA Agent 600 N. 6th Next Door to Dixie Pig; Phone PO 3-3361 said pn- EYELETEYE<ATCHER— Raffles take « new direction—vertical—in this baby doll cotton night dress. The cascades of eyelet top bikini nantie*. Ark. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shelton of Blytheville were in Scott, Miss., recently to visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McClain. Mrs. Wilma Sharp of Lone Oak. Mrs. Lois Reed of Blytheville and Mrs. Myrtle Helms of ialf Moon were dinner guests Thursday of their uncle, Mr. i and Mrs. Jim Canard, at Leachville. Mr. and Mrs. Walter McDaniel of California left Friday after spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McDaniel at Blythevilie. L. D. Wade and sons Phillip and Jerry of Blytheville spent Sunday with relatives in Salem, Ark. ately Saturday that if one of these candidates make the runoff, he will get the endorsement. If neither makes it, or i both make it, labor probably will remain silent in the run off, too, the spokesmen said. (End Advance) MAMMA And Papa This Is It! i PRICE SALE Tomato Plants anfl Bedding Plants. Individually Potted McADAMS GREENHOUSES 206 E. 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The maker suggests their use after exposure to smoke- filled rooms and reading too much legal fine print. Those fashion iconoclasts, today's young males who have refused to equate high style and scents with effeminacy, have paved the way for this boon is the pretty-up business during the past three years. . * * ir Once largely limited to producing shaving soaps and astringents, 156 firms, or 30 per cent more than last year — now turn out hundreds of virile-looking red, brown, black with gold packages containing jars, bottles, atomizers, and tubes that moisturize, lubricate, mentho- late and emulsify with such in- ship to Carol Lemley, outstanding senior from Shawnee High School. Seventy-five guests called during the morning, gredients as lanolin, silicone, sauna; shampoo his locks with a soap on a rope; apply baSipow- der with his brass knuckles puff; shave over a translucent foam that lets him see where the most bristles are; then pro-j ceed to astringents protective! creams, deodorants; nongreasy hair oils, hand creams, and colognes. He can hold up the bathroom even longer than a woman. Though youth pioneered as toiletries customers, the older! man in ever-growing competition with youth in business and romance is unabashedly shoving his way to the front of cosmetics counter. Special lures for him are blemish mark-outs which, when applied subtly, lighten dark circles*; as well as those soothing eye pads; and five to 10-minute face masks which, like a transparent coating of egg whites lifts sagging face muscles and sagging morale. "My customers are smart men. They hold top jobs and plan to hang onto them," a merchandise manager said of his facial mask customers. "He knows he can replace his Brooks Brothers suit any day but not his face." • • Hal Boyle — who has some- limes written about the gout — s ill, awaiting hpspitalization [or treatment of this disease. YOU'RE NOT DEAF! but your hearing may be If you know when people are iaiking, but can't hear every word they say — YOU'RE NOT DEAF. Your hearing has slipped out of focus. Audfvox can help put your world into focus again. Simply, inexpensively, modem hearing science can Jhelp bring you perfect clarity at last FREE! A TRUE-LIFE REPLICA of the smallest sAudivox ever made, to anyone answering this advertisement. It's yours to keepj FREE; Wear-test it at home, privately — without cost or obligation of any kind! SEND THIS COUPON TODAYI Without obligation send me my FREE inactive AUDIVOX MODEL "Sprite" REPLICA Nam« Address ' "1 ARKANSAS HEARING AID CENTER j Jonesboro, Ark. 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