The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 31, 1966 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

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Ptgt 'TW«!V« - BlythwflU (Art.) Courier Newt ~ Tuerisy, May », MM AROUND THE WORLD TURKEY > ISRAEL IRAQ I AFGHANISTAN ; INDIA MALAYSIA ' (HILIPPINES 1 SOUTH VIET NAM CYPRUS JORDAN IRAN PAKISTAN CEYLON HONG KONG KOREA DOMINICAN REPUBLIC HAITI BRITISH HONDURAS GUATEMALA EL SALVADOR HONDURAS COSTA RICA PANAMA COLOMBIA ECUADOR CHILE AFRICA IGYPT ALGERIA TUNISIA LIBERIA KENYA SIERRA LEONE NIGERIA •The flow began May 11, The firtt CARE shipment containing food — and signifying compassion of the fortunate for th« unfortunate — onrwed at U Havre, France, for the war-vktimired needy.«*."• tope, lathe 20 years that hava followed, CARE deliveries have swelled to 64 million package* end countless special ship* nents to 64 countries, supplies worth $798 Million, much of it in U.S. government donations from the farm surplus, but $2U,546jOOQ contributed by public donation. Over 90 per cent of oid has been to food, but there have been school kits for Viet Nam and tools for making construction blocks for Colombia (right), also tools, livestock, hospital equipment and much more for wherever there are needs. On its 20th anniversary CARE remains a globe-girdling operation, active in 36 countries — proof that someone — the American pea* pie —does core. •MMBIIIffl^^^ mU Watch Phone Rifdeness! ai/ Van Bu, (McN»mjbt Ijndtcate Inc.) ................... DEAR ABBY: I wish you would say something in your column about young people who telephone and ask, "Is Mary there?" And when they are asked, "Who is calling," they either hang up or say, "Never mind, I'll call later." We have a 16-year-old daugh ter, and this happens at our home all the time, which is very annoying. Should we comment to all Mary's nameless callers? Or should we ask Mary to please educate her triends? MOTHER PERPLEXED DEAR MOTHER P: Not only "yonng People" but many who are old enough to know better are gniltyol this rudeness. For tbose who need a lesson in the proper procedure to follow: Say, "Hello. This it Bill Forthright. May I please speak to Mary?" (One father told me that a boy once called and asked, "IS AGNES THERE? The father simply replied, "Yes," and hung up. He later explained to Agnes that the boy had merely asked him a question, and he answered it.) DEAR ABBY: Four years ago my older sister was engaged to marry a man I'll call Lester, but he broke the engagement to marry another girl. (He did the honorable thing by this girl because her father threated to kill him.) My sister was heartbroken for over a year, but she got over it and is now married to a NOTICE OF FILING OF APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OF LOCATION OF RETAIL LIQUOR PERMIT Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State of Arkansas, an application for transfer of Retail Liquor Permit No. 221, From 508 Chickasawba, Blytheville, To 2005 W. Main, Blytheville. Application is for a permit to be issued for operation beginning on June 10, 1966. Billy Mann, Applicant Subscribed and worn to before me on thte Nth day of May, 1M6. Edna Stromire, Notary Public My Comm. expire* 4-1,1969. ••••••••• • ' very nice fellow. Lester's wife had two more children in the meantime, but their marriage didn't work out so they are being divorced. I bumped into Lester two weeks ago and he asked me out. I. went, but I didn't tell my folks because they hate him. I have seen him several times, but I don't like sneaking around. I am 18 and Lester is 27. Do you see any reason why I can't date him out in the open? How can I make my folks accept Lester? He's really not a bad guy, he's just had some tough breaks. KID SISTER DEAR KID: Without judging Lester (circumstances have already done that) may I suggest that you not reopen old wounds and add to your parents' anxieties by becoming involved with what strides me as a loser. DEAR ABBY: Your suggestion to barmaids who can't keep the wolves from making passes was great. You advised them to point out the huskiest bartender in the place and say, "There's my husband!" Well, I used a similar gag 22 years ago when I was a green cosktail waitress in Norfolk, Va. A good - looking sailor came into the bar and said, "How about taking you home, baby? 1 ' I pointed to the bartender and said, "There's my brother, he's taking me home." The sailor promptly grabbed me and gave me a real big kiss right on the mouth and said, "SIS!" He was the bartender's kid brother, so help me! TEXAS REDHEAD CONFIDENTIAL TO "HEADS OR TAILS:" There can be only one end to marriage without love, and that is love without marriage. Troubled? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self - addressed envelope. NEW YORK (AP) - Keep your eye on modern George. He's as changeable as a cam- eleon. Like his wife, he can be a blond trail blazer by morning, a red-haired riot at noon, and by sundown a raven-haired homme fatale. And for the same reasons — a change of wigs. Unlike his wife, he can be bald when he goes to bed. Yet Mark Traynor, inventor of full-sized wigs, not toupees, for men, claims he has as many satisfied customers with a full head of hair as he does mature gentlemen with glabrous craniums. * * * Not only do blonds have more fun. Traynor says any man does who changes the color of his tresses once in a while, especially if nature is beginning to brush up his real crop with gray. Furthermore, wigs are a saving. Busy men who match theirs to their own current hair color can go under cover for a while, and thereby postpone trips to the barbershop. Long-haired musicians — the Hate to write letters? Send |1 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90069, for Abby's booklet, "How to Writ* Letters for All Occasions." Remember Pay Your Paper Boy rock 'n' roll kind — are also among Traynor's faithfuls. For a group of gyrating guitar strummers who consider a mop in motion essential to their image, and yet find curls during the daylight hours strictly for girls, Traynor grew a few wigs to shoulder length that swing with the beat. * * * Actually, Traynor, a spare young man with a burgeoning supply i)f blond hair grown on his own, is a make-up artist who HERMON JONES BUSINESS MEN'S ASSURANCE CM. 1420 Oman AM PBone 374-4JOO Urmphlp 1. TeanMM* Oall for Free conttuitatlan Insurance tot Tstate Planning K«J Man. 'artneranlp an corporation Group. Pension. Retirement, and Hiwpltmll»ttrm Rocky's Bait Shop 201 No. Center St. (Formerly Bud and Ira's Bait Shop) Minnow* - Worms Crayfish • Crickets Fishing Tackle let and Snack* did the wigs for men as a gag on Johnny Carson's television show. The response was so overwhelming from the long' haired, short-haired and my haired men around the world that he was suddenly in a new business. CONCRETE FATTENS FEET PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) —Most Arizona houses have concrete floors — resulting in an Arizonan's feet being bigger than other people's. The Arizona Podiatry Association, in concluding this, said in almost all other areas of the United States, homes and good percentage of commercial buildings have wooden floors. Katz Jewelers NEW LOCATION 221 W. Main St. Next Door to Martin's Men's Store and Gaines-Wright Shoe Store. BOX STORAGE YES! Cold Storage! CALL TODAY — DO HOT DfLAY PROTECT Your FURS and Woolens from Moths and other Summer Dangers with Professionally safe Vault or Box Storage. . FULL BOX $2.95 PER BOX Includes $100.00 Insurance valuation. 2%. added for each additional $100.00 valuation. Nll-WA Launil ?" ci8aners llU II fl n«ae'ros-«7< OPEN NIGHTS TIL 8:00 logical Forecast * . By CARROLL fUGBTER To determine your forecast, not* TOrafraph opposite datei, wblcll •oclude jour birth date WEDNESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: You now find you can uncover almost anything you do not understand and can get a much letter approach at the various angles you need to work in order to put motion the plans that are important to you and vital o your advancement. You can ;et rid of much confusion and ind the best way to build up your assets. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Once you have done your daily work, you know intuitively what 'our loved one desires of you, low to go along with his, or ier, wishes. In fact, your hunches are good in business, also. Gain much thereby. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Many will go along with your deas once you have explained hem fully and you show that you can be trusted. This im- iroved course will last far into :he future. Dine out together in :he evening — come to a perfect understanding. GEMINI (May 21 to Jun 21) Morning is ideal for working at special tasks before you and completing them efficiently and quickly, co-workers are most enthusiastic in assisting you. Get your cherished aims within easy grasp. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You are highly inspired how to gain your aspira- :ions and you find that others give you the right modern slant on them. Some new acquaintance can prove to be very help- :ul in the future. Be courteous. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) If you study some new system, you find that work at home can prove to be very efficient, less iifficult in the days ahead. Listen carefully to what those at home have to suggest. They can give some very practical ideas. VIRGO (Aug. .22 to Sept. 22) Planning how to make those who are your regular allies more happy is wise in A.M. Show your ability and efficiency. Have such wonderful order around you that others are much impressed with you. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Consulting this A.M. with persons who can assist you in financial affairs and a more work able bookkeeping system is wise McNauiht Syndicate, Inc. Show that you are practical. It may be that you have been spending money in the wrong direction. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Your intuition tells you how to gain your most cherished personal aims, so be sure to follow it and see the right people. Dress in elegant delightful taste tonight. Gad about socially in proper circles. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Closeting yourself in your study in P.M. and planning future projects with allies can make them very successful. During day get rid of the obsolete. Streamline you rsur- roundings and plan to do the same wit hyour future. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Showing gratitude to those who truly admire you can increase good will appreciably at this time. Sociability in P.M. will also increase your circle of good friends. Find those who are truly your kind. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 'to Feb. 19) The world «f outride KtlvMy can be your oyster now, since otbers will be impressed either in business, money, art effort you show. You can be very brilliant and alert. Get the good will of public. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) One of a different culture to your own can be instrumental in helping you morally and financially. Study whatever will help you to improve in every- way. Make this a day and evening for advancement. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he, or she, will have a tremendous will and others will find it difficult to sway him, or her, once the mind is made up to accomplish something. Although the manner is quiet, the subconscious is ever at work on something constructive. However, you must first teach to be more considerate of other persons or there is trouble later. Be sure to send to as fine a college as you can. A great career is possible. Helps Solve 3 Biggest FALSE TEETH Worries and Problems A little FASTEETH tprtnlrted on your dentures does all (Ms: (1) Helps hold false teeth more flrmly In place. (2) Holds tftem more comfortably. Powder Vs alkaline (non-acid) .won t sour No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling! Avoid embarrassment. Q« FA3TEETH at »11 drug counter*. NOTICE Gosnell Water Association announces a meeting for June 3. 1966 at 7:30 P.M. in the Gosnell High School auditorium for the purpose of users signing for water for the Gosnell Community and explanation of construction. J. W. Crawford, President Board Members: Gene ChHman — Charles Stromire Winston Little — Richard Gilmore AIRPLANE SPRAYING On SMALL GRAIN JOHN BRIGHT Phone JO 4-2475 your WESTINGHOUSE Dealer Manila, Arkansas Drive a Few Miles! SAVE A LOT OF DOLLARS Biggest Selection! Biggest Bargains! In This Entire Area! Home Laundry Equipment 25 Model To Choose From • Demonstrator models are in OPERATION on our display floor! Let us show you how they operate! Choose from ,Top Loaders, Front Loaders, Under-Counter Models Stack-ons, Single or Multi-speede Models! If it's THE BEST in HOME LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT ... WE HAVE IT! Pay a Few Pennies a Day on Our Easy Terms! ARMY WORMS IN WHEAT 2-Way Radio - Better Customer Service Gene Hood Flying Service DffPfNDAilf — I X«R«N«D — INSURED Blyrheville - Phon. PO 3.3410, PO 3-4242 Manila — Phon. 561-4532

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