The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 2, 1966 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 2, 1966
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Wyth*vffl* <Ait.) CouH« Htw - thunktoy, — »••• Thm ^w-^y.AV-^^^Mv.y^A-* •, iM-' "r- - — — TUNING UP-The settings will soon be much different for pittsb "f ^y^?'^"?"' point, the barge which serves as a floating S j^ eof ?r os "™ m |j ncn0ens ^ tsr j°« s Four Mgh sS^Sd^rhelp'o^ln^esUnl ItelrchMlra shell's acoustics after checkup and repairs at a Neville Island, Pa., boat yard. He'll Keep His Wings! -ALiaail V an (McN»u|bt tyndlcitt lac.) DEAR ABBY: After my bus 1 the time. What is your ad- band had a close call, he promised me he would quit flying for a hobby, but he sneaks off and flies anyway. He's even lied to our insurance man about it. I know he still flies because when t h e weather is bad and he can't get home, he has to call me. I love him, but I've even threatened to leave him. We have four children and I don't want a divorce, but 1 can't take worrying about him all Astrological 4 Forecast * By CARROLL RIGHTER To determine your forcra;.., note iaragraph opposite dates, whlob ^Delude your birth date FRIDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day when most everyone is apt to be critical and very articulate about their disapproval of most everybody and everything. Take lime out to show special consideration for those who are important to you and do nothing thai can get you in wrong with anyone whatever with whom you come in contact. Do job well. . ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Await a more opportune lime for going after new outlets or situations or you can be disappointed today. Some new acquaintance can give fine suggestions as to what you have not been doing correctly. Listen. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Be very sure to handle all financial and other obligations in a very wise and alert manner, or you could get into trouble with others. Show close ties that you want their devotion. Be kind, thoughtful'. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) McNaucht Syndicate. Inc. of you instead of worrying about it, and it is done. Although coworkers may seem annoying, co-operation helps much. Being patient is a virtue now. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Think before you speak or you are apt to hurt someone's feelings of whom you are most fond, tho possibly inadvertently. Be particularly courteous a-nd kind instead. Become a bigger] and more worthwhile person. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) H you antagonize anyone at home, there can be almost dire results now. Be of a placating attitude of mind instead. Be sure that you go after whatever jr. practical in a most positive fashion. Get ahead. LIVBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Being sure to obey the traffic regulations while driving is very important today or you could get into an accident, etc. Any routine work should be handled swiftly and quietly. Solve problems intelligently. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) If you.are extravagant in any work at hand early. By thinking calmly, however, you soon get a goo'd idea and all goes well later. Be sure of yourself. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You are interested in getting rid of your problems, so just don't merely think about them, but carry through cleverly. Find a better system under which lo operate where business affairs are concerned, too. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Relying on usual allies could prove very disappointing now, so carry on by yourself to the best of your ability instead. Be sure to think seriously first. Avoid making any errors that could be costly. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) •Be sure to obey all rules and regulations or you get into trouble with higher-ups, officials. Do nothing to jeopardize your reputation, either. Being impersonal in the face of emergencies is wise. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY. he or she, will be one of those fascinating young people who has something to say about everything, but it behooves you to teach to tiiink making comments or others can be offended, etc. Teach not to betray any confidences, either. There is great honesty here, however. Ideal chart for the psychologist, the. doctor, the nurse, etc.' Wonderful ability to others. Associates may come up with way now, you can certainly ruin the security you now enjoy. Sit some ideas that are really somewhat way-out, so do not agree or you all get inlo trouble later. Keep your promises to others, unfailingly. Why get into further arguments, etc.? MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You have only to get right inlo that work ahead WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Cliick- asawba District, Mississippi down and talk over any prob- County, Arkansas, lerns you have with a trusted ' " " 1 -- 1 "advisor. Ameliorate your position instead of worsening it. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Since you have personal problems, you may find it difficult to carry through with James A. Tankersley, Plaintiff, vs. No. 16787 Patsy Carolyn. Tankersley, Defendant. The defendant, Patsy Carolyn Tankersley, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in DREIFUS WATERPROOF* and ihoekproof AUTOMATIC winds itself! NEWS BRIEFS vice? FLYING WIFE DEAR WIFE: If you can't persuade your husband to quit flying and you don't want a divorce, your remain alternative is to learn to live man is determined to have wings, a«d from your description of him, he's not likely lo sprout any. DEAR ABBY: I have a sister-in-law who's smart, book- wise, and she doesn't let any- USE YOUR CREDIT OPEN AN ACCOUNT works of Mark Twain are still drawing royalties from most countries of the world, including Communist Hungary and Czechoslovakia. Attorney Thomas G. Chamberlain, one of the trustees of the writer's estate, told the New ! York Mark Twain Association | that Russia pays no royalties, i even though the books are published there. Twain died in 1910. TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - The Delaware River Basin Commission will unveil a plan for controlling polution in the river at a conference July 27 in Phila- dephia. the court named in the caption The plan was developed after hereof and answer the com-(several years study, the com- LATTA, S.C. (AP) - The Latta jail can be yours for $100. The town is getting a new jail so the old one is for sale. "We don't expect to give anything away," said Mayor A. L. Legette. The jail has four cells and 12 bunks. NEW YORK (AP) - plaint of the plaintiff, James A. Tankersley. Dated this 1st day of June, 1966 at 9:50 o'clock A.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D.C. Elbert Johnson, Attorney James M. Gardner, Atty Ad Litem 6-2, 9, 16, 23 body forget It for a minute. She's a Stanford graduate. Big deal! My c o m p 1 a i n t: Whenever there is a family gathering, she suggests word games like "Twenty Questions" or "Charade s," or something where she can show off how smart she is. We are a fairly intelligent bunch, but nobody except this one sister-in-law is interested in playing these brain games, which are more like contests. She's the bossy type and talks everyone into it every time we get together. How can we get out of playing these games without looking like poor sports? HATES THOSE GAMES DEAR HATES: Speak for yourself. If you don't want to partieipate in "brain games," say so. And by the way, the rest of the bunch can't be as "intelligent" as you uy they are, or they wouldn't permit t hemielves to be maneuvered Into playing games in which they have no interest. Not consistently, anyway. DEAR ABBY: This is to further support your comforting statement that the gestation period of a child can be well ovet 16 nwnths; Tlww was a case in England early in the century in which the husband, an army officer stationed in India, had sued on the ground that the child could not possibly have been his; the gestation period having been nearly 11 months. The case went to the house of lords, which is the equivalent of our Supreme court, and the LADY finally won. The decision was, "While it is highly unusual, it is NOT impossible to carry a child for nearly 11 months. CONFIDENTIAL TO J.G. IN ABILENE: Here'* a foiijl rule Ip follow: If you dwtf know a person well enouffc to borrow money from biofe don't lend him any. Problems? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cat;; 90069. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self • addressed envelope. Hate to write letters? Send $1 to Abby, Box 69700, LoS Angeles, Cal., 90069, for Abi; by's booklet, "How to Writ* Letters for All Occasions. ''"- Moscow's Lenin State Library contains approximately 20 .!$)• lion items, according to the En- cyclopaedia Britannica. ;,^, Toss out your alarm clock Wake to music This G-E clock radio l» priced so low you don't even have to wart for your alarm clock to break down before buying one. Feature* Snooi-Alarm—just touch the button and the radio shuts off for about 10 minutes—then plays again. Great round the clock performer. $IA WEEK mission said. EASTHAM, Mass. (AP) — The 13,000-acre Cape Cod National Seashore Park has been dedicated. Secretary of the Interior Stewart Wall hailed the new part as "a new era of conservation in America." DREIFUS T/eutet&iA — MEET DREIFUS .... WEAK DIAMONDS PHSI-CQU come alive! Ibifte in the Pepsi generation! PEPSI-COLA'S SHOPPERS SWEEPSTAKES 5-Minufe Shopping Spree Mrs. Oscar Moore Burdette, Ark. Winner 10-Minute Shopping Spree Gary England Hayti, Mo. 15-Minute Shopping Spree PEARL SHEPPARD P.O. Box 62, Dell, Ark. 6th WEEK WINNERS- MAY 23 to MAY 28 $50.06-H. 3. Peeler, C'ville $25.00-Robert Corbey, City $25.00—Lawrence Roland, Etowah $15.90—Alice Warren, Osceola $15.90—Rcba Williamson, Steele ?15.00—Dr. George Snider, City $10.00—Mrs. L. L. Anderson, City 110.00—Vernoa Camp—Pascola »10.flO-Lonie Decker, C'ville $10.W-Charles Carter, Manila $10.00-Lura Shoemaker, Keiser $5.00-Ada Jones, Rosebud Vaughn, Osceola $5.00-Dave Smith, C'ville $5.W-Bobby Gaincs, City $5.00-Capitola Cook, Leachvillc $5.00-Macki« Ralph, Steele |5.«*-Amanda Coleb, C'ville fLOt-Dwight Claylon.Wardell $5.»0-M»udie Springer, City $2.06—George Henderson, Joiner $Z.OO-Rnth Muse, Portageville ttDO-Mrs. Grady Inman, Steel* $Z.OO-Ida Jones, Hayti ?2.09—LaVern Burgess, Wilson $2.00—Mrs. Luther Johnson, C'ville $2.00-Mn. Rob't. Handley, Hayti $2.00-Buddy Fielder, Osceola $2.00—Katherine Taylor, Manila $2.00—Doris Sherwood, Hayti $2.00-Joseph L. Melton, Jr., BAFB $2.00-EUa Mae Gipson, City $2.00-Guy A. Stone, City $2.0ft-Mrs. Ed Evans, City $2.00—Marvin Razer, City $2.00-Marine Hamlett, Steele $2.00-Henry Graham, Keiser $2.00—Debbie Holmes, Cooler $Z,00-Frank Samford, Holland p.OO—Garland Rowland, Dyess $1.00-Maxle Clay, City $1.0fl-Alma Whitecotton, Keiser $1.00-J. T. Tate, Dell $1.00-DonaM Orr, City fl.OO-MiUred Hughe*, Dell $1.0Q-Terry Kemp, West Ridg« $1.00-Clay Brewer, West Ridge Jl.OO—Jimmy Baugber, Manila $ 1.00—Kim Besharse, City $1.00-Mildred Thames, Osceola $1.00—Dennis Gamer, West Ridge $1.00—Mrs. Ed Evans, City $1.00-Mrs. W. T. Davis, City $1.00—Mrs. Charlie Frisbce, Dyess $1.00-Minnie Fraser, Fr. Bayoa $1.00-Delia Garner, West Ridge $1.00-Scotty Humble, Victoria $1.00—C. B. Gauf, Lcachville $1.0«—Frances B. Pace, BAFB $ 1.00—T. 0. Galloway, Armorel ll.DO-Mri.-C. M. Smart, Jr., City $l.OO-Clora Hodge, City $l.OO-Edna Hall, Leachville $1.00—L. D. Fielder, Osceola $1.00—Virigie Snthern, Dyess ll.OO-George C. Black, Warden $1.00-John Shipenon, C'ville $1.00-EUiabeth Hart, C'ville fl.M-Mn. Uxie Blan, C'vtlto $1.00-W. M. Riley, Hayti Jl.OO-Roger Gribble, Wardcll Sl.OO-Frances Maclin, Hayti $1.00-Jesse Johns, Bragg City $1.00-Pam Curtis, Wardell $1.00-Betty Shuburte, Steele fl.OO-Wayne Vaughn, Steele $1.00—Mary Younger, Hayti $1.00—Edna Craig, Cirj $1.00-Mack Sharp, C'vflle $1.00—Jannie Jones, Cooler $1.00-Garfield Jones, Jr., Maytl $1.00-Benlah Able, C'ville $1.00-Fayne Bnrchard, C'ville $1.00-Hassel Slavings, Hayti $1.00-Gregory Palmer, C'ville $1.00-Patty Kinningham, Steel* $1.00-Mrs. Claude Mealer, Wardell $1.00-Leona Strong, Cooter fl.OO-Bena Barbara, Port'villa $1.00-Jamie Banks, Haytt MouirtaitiUw

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