-.Page Ten -Blythevffle (Ark.) Courier News - Friday, June 10, I'm HEADS CCAA—Howard Teeters has been appointed by the Caruthersville Community Action Agency to head the '. organization. Teeters is currently principal of Caruthersvilla High School's Ward Avenue Center but will leave that position to assume the lull time position as executive director ,of Caruthersville Housing Authority. The CCAA is a civic organization to administer the federal government's war on 'poverty program. (Courier News Photo) _ .D ear Sweet Thing May Sour 'jfagj Van & (McSiuiht lyndicau lac.) 1MHMM , 1— ^^^ be free to marry this girl. But how? DEAR ABBY: I am a 51- year old man who is .very much in love with a 22-year- old girl. I know you think I'm crazy, but Abby, ;hi girl really loves me. She even broke up with a young good looking man just for me. She worked foi me a short limi, but we didn't want any talk around the place, so I ha< her quit. My problem is my wife. She won't give me a di"orce. Our children are grrwn, and I offered her a very good settlement, but she refused it. Abby, my girl friend is the sweetest, most unspoiled little thing in the world. She is Just the opposite of my wife. She appreciates every little thing I've given her, like a small, inexpensive car, some clothes, and taking care of her mother's hospital bill. I would gladly give up my last dime to MANILA NEWS ninHiiiiBiiBMiiHiH^^^ W. M. DAVIDSON ;Mr. and Mrs. John Countess and son David of Memphis were weekend guests of h e r parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gordon. weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Hulen Faulkner. Sunday guests of Mrs. Ruth Smith were Everett Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Don Samuels of Jordon. ™ r - al ™ » :Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fleeman Jonesboro. and sons attended the wedding | Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. •' of Anita Quails st Lake StreetjHerman Alston were Mrs. Methodist Church in Blythe- Frankie Price, Mr. and Mrs. ville Friday night, Monte Price, Erma Morris, -Mrs W A Thieme, Mrs. Her- Clarence Reynolds and Mrs. man Alston and Woodrow Hut- Hettie Ramsey of St. Louis, ton visited Friday with Mr. and Allen McCullough, Pamela Sirs, ville. ---.. -- . Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Ray the week attending the Youth Brock of Memphis spent the Assembly at Hendrix College in weekend with her parents, Mr. Conway. They were accompa- and Mrs W. A. Thieme. nied by Mrs. Jack Glass who ; bonnie J. Ashabranner and will serve as counselor. John Estes in Homers- Hamilton, Sharon Ramsey and Ann White left Monday to spend Nicky E. Dyer left Tuesday for basic training at Lakland Air Force Base, Tex. Sandra Downing of Memphis spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Rose Downing. Danny White spent the weekend in Little Rock visiting Dr. and Mrs. Leonus Shedd. M. M. Shaver who has been critically ill at Chickasawbs Hospital in Blytheville is reported much improved Mr. and Mrs. Dial Ballard spent Tuesday and Wednesday at their lodge in Dalton, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Atkin son and children of Rockford, p.. are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Atkinson and T. L. Riggs. 'Mrs. Madge Brown spent several days in Memphis visiting Mrs. Louise Hoyl. Mrs. Claude Grain visited her son and daughter-in-law, M r and Mrs. E. C. Bixler, in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Honald Riggi and children of Blytheville were guests Sunday of his father, T. L. Riggs. '"."Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Atkinson and children and T. L. Higgs spent Monday and Tues- 'day in Pine Bluff visiting Mr. : and Mrs. Elbert Riggs. Wayne Shedd spent the week in -Little Kock. He went especially to accompany Mrs. Shedd and children home after a visit •-AviSi her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Davis in Little Rock, and to.-see his father, I. D. Shedd, who had surgery at St. Vincent Hospital. ..Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adams and children and Paul Adams of Belzoni, Miss., spent the weekend witii her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Parker. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Alston were Mr. and Mrs. 'H: D. Alston and children of Jonesboro. V Mr. and Mrs. George Faulkner of Pensacola, Fla., were ; Rocky's Bait Shop 201 No. Center St. (Formerly Bud and Ira's Bait Shop) Minnows -Worm* Crayfish • Crickets . Fishing Tackle '" Ice and Snacks Mrs. Mary Hurt and son Jimmy of Kenton, Tenn., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George farmer. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davidson and children of Jonesboro were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Holt. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Murray Of Jolumbia, Mo., and Mrs. Bertha West of BrooMand, Ark., visited Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Cunningham Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Jolliff moved to Flint, Mich., this week to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. David Garner spent Memorial weekend at Nor fork. Mrs. James Mosre ot Denver and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fox of Ann Harbor, Mich., visited a few days last week with their father, Dr. V. R. Fox and Mrs Fox. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Milligan and Mrs. Arlene Robinson returned Sunday from a m o n t Y with Dr. and 'Mrs. Carlton Huitt in Chico, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Scott and daughter, Mrs. Chloe Garner, spent Memorial weekend in Salem and 'Viola, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Jolliff and Mrs. Pearl Blackwood visited Mrs. Emily Jolliff at Rodman Hospital in LeachviUe. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Fleeman and children of Lubbock, Tex. spent Memorial Day weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Goodson and Mr. and Mrs. John Ellis. The Flee- mans' sons, Scotty and Barry, remained for a visit with their grandparents. Mrs. F. M. Sweet of Boulder Jity, Nev.. arrived Friday for a visit with Mrs. W. E. Lawhorn. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Childress spent last week in Springfield, 111., visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Roths. Mrs. Brown Foster of Blytheville, Mrs. Ranee Perkins of Cairon, Mo., Mrs. Dick Spietzer of Parma, Mo., were luncheon guests of Mrs. W. E. Lawhorn Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Goodson and grandsons accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Bieler of Paragould spent last week on an outing at Greers Ferry. Mr. and Mrs. Ranee Perkins and children of Catron were Sunday guests of her mother. Mrs. W. E. Lawhorn. Resa and Brent Martin of Blytheville are sending this week with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Jolliff. A weekend guest of .the Jolliffs was Mrs. Clay Mililgon of Bell City, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Hamp Potter of Shreveport visited their son-in- law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hornberger. They came especially to attend the Miles- Wells wedding and the annual postmaster's fish fry. The 12th annual .National Association of Postmaster's fish fry was held at the school cafeteria in Manila Friday, .June 3. Host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hornberger. Over 175 registered for the dinner which was prepared by JMrs. Hornberger, Mrs. Susie 'Parker, Mrs. Hugh Miles, Mrs. Neal Benson, Mrs. Hazel Bacon, Cletis Batton, Mrs. Joe Keith Hornberger and Bobby White. Special guests were Mrs. Hornberger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hamp Potter of Shreveport. Twelve door prizes were awarded. 'Following dinner a seminar was held in the junior high building. All Work Guaranteed 18 Yeats Experience BILL BEARD Auto Body Point & Gloss Works 2213 Birch St. (Rear) Ph. PO 3-8345 TOOK KEYS, LEFT CAR ARTESIA, N. M. ( AP) - Usually, a state police car discourages thieves. But not so with Officer Lesley Dudley's car. Recently, someone took a personal radio from his cruiser parked in front of his Artesia home. Tien, three nights later when the cruiser was parked.in front of the Artesia Fire Department building, someone took the car keys. Dudley didn't think the latter act very funny. "It put the car out of commission," he declared, "because all extra keys have to come from Santa Fe (state capitol) and the entire switch had to be changed." END FEAR of doctor and hospital bull. Mn- tual of Omaha hospital, surgical, medical expense and Income pro* tection plan pa; bit benefit* fast and the cost It low. Glfe yourself and family big protection, new praca of mind. Call or write — Frank King, Agent P.O. Box SK - Blythevill*. Phone PO 2-MOO Representing Mutual of Omaha MCTCU OP OMAHA INICRANC* COMMNT Ur* IMCRANCE: UNITED Or OMAHA Born* Ollltc: Omaha, Nebraika IN LOVE DEAR IN: Mak your wife a belter offer. She might surprise you. But I don't advise you ^ "give up your last dime" for your f r e e a o ff because that "sweet, unspoiled little thing might also -pris- you. DEAR ABB.; I'l 1 get right to the point. I had several appointments with a reputable physician rejarding a physical ailment. During one of these appointments I conf 1 'ed a very closely - guarded secret about my perso- life. He assured me i would .,0 no further. Tliis morning a friend told me she. had hea-1 something "unbelievable" a 'i out me. Then she recounted in the very words I had used to tell my doctor, exac'- what I had told him. She refused to tell me were she'd heard it, but she didn't have to. She and my doctor's wife are very close friends. I am sick inside. If this story gets out, it could .wreck my marriage. My doctor told his wife, and Of that I am positively certain. What would YOU do? SICK INSIDE DEAK SICK: Doctors are human and i^re'ore have their frailties. But most doctors carry all their secrets U their graves. Clip this and send it to your doctor. It is part of the Hippocratic oatb a doctor takes when he becomes a physician: "Whatsoever in my practice, or not in my practice, I shall hear or see, amid the lives of men, which ought not to be noised abroad — as to this I will ktep silence, holding such things unfitting to be spoken." And sign you, name! If he's innocent, he won't mind And if he's guilty he'U be reminded. DEAR ABBY: . have never seen a problem like mine in your column, and. hope you can help me. My wife is a "she wolf;" Whec we are out in public she is constantly looking at oth^r men. It doesn't matte: if we are at a restaurant, a ball game, or just walking down the street. You'd think her head was on a swivel. Then to top it off, she makes some remark about how "handsome" that one is, or what a nice "build" another one has. I am no slouch myself as far .s looks go. Should I give her a taste of her own medicine? I'd like to put a stop to this. SHE-WOLF'S HUSBAND DEAR HUSBAND: Skip the medicine. But tell your wife to keep her eyes front or some stranger will eventually call her bluff and you will be compelled to fight for her honor. And there's always a chance that you might lose. News Of Men In Service TO AIR FORCE ACADEMY-Bradley Barnes (left), who recently graduated from South Pemiscot High School, has been accepted for flight training at the Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, Colo. He is shown above as he confers with Riley F. Knight, retiring superintendent of South Pemiscot Schools. Barnes, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Barnes of Steele, will leave for the Academy June 26. Astrological * Forecast * „, By CARROLL RIGBTER Troubled? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self • addressed envelope. Hate to vri'.t letters? Send $1 to Abb, iJux 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069, for Abby's booklet, "How to Write Letters for All Occasions." To determine your foreuas.. not* "aragrapb opposite dates, ffliicb 'aclude your birth data SATURDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: You have excellent judgement now if you will take the time out to sit back and first let your powerful perceptions come to the fore and then make any mental analyses of such intuitions. You- can prepare to forge ahead during the coming days and can get in touch with those at a distance who can help you to advance. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Plan now to advance toward your most cherished personal aims and get wheels rolling in the right direction. Some good advisor will give you advice you need. Be very articulate in stating your aims. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Plan how you can co-operate more with good pals and new friends you have just made for greater advancement and happiness. Some group meeting bring news and ideas you want. Gad about with confidence. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Do whatever will truly put you in the good graces of higher-up's whose support you sorely need. Gel into civic work that will enhance your reputation. B e very enthusiastic and show you have ability. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Very modern ideas occur to you now that can certainly catapault you into the higher brackets. Step out of that dull rouine. Find out how others are getting ahead, what is most in style, etc. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Look into your own subconscious for the ideas that will help you to go ahead in your particular career, place your energy in the right direction. Think of what loved one desires. Do whatever you can to help increase happiness. VIRGO (Aug. 22 io Sept. 22) Know what allies want from you and do your utmost to meet expectations, in every field. Show true cooperation. Some mutual venture is best handled by being more precise than in the past. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Study well the work before you and see how you can execute it most efficiently with the coop-. ration of co-workers. Read your paper thoroughly for ideas as to clothing, opportunities, etc. Be more active. Pfc. Robert L. Perry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Robinson, 921 S, Second St., has been assigned to Headquarters, 173rd Airborne Brigade in Vietnam. Perry, an ordinance s u p p I y specialist, is a 1901 graduate of Harrison High School. Tech-Sgt. Wayne E. Omlllian, who is married to the former Ruth Frazer of Stcele, has been awarded the U. S. Air Force Commendation' Medal at. Vandenberg. S-Sgt. Gerald W. Garland, son NOW AN M.P.-Pvt. Jamef of Mrs. Delia J. Garland of I K Pace, son of Mr. and Mrs. Route 4, Blytheville, has com-1 Monroe C. Pace of Osceola, pieted a U. S. Air Force survival and special training course at Stead AFB, Nev. Garland has been re-assigned McN'aught Syndicate. Inc. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You have tine ability and can get ahead very quickly as well as get your hobbies expressed more to your liking. Plan amusements with congenials early. Then all goes according to schedule. Be happy. OAGITTAKIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) If you have had misunderstandings with those at home, this is best time to clear them up intelligently. Find some new outlets that can give your whole life greater tone and dash. Be somewhat speculative. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) New forms of self - expression can easily make your life far more harmonious and delightful now. Certain contacts you have can understand your i ideas. Expand with ease. Show I excellent poise and purpose. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Be intelligent and contact those persons in business who can give you the finest ideas for your advancement. You have much innate common sense. Your income can certainly be inreased to your satisfaction. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You are able to contact those individuals who can help you to commercialize on you practical ideas. Later, be with friends you like and out to the soial affairs that please. Be of a cheerful mien. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he, or she, will be one of those individuals who will always look at both sides of any situation and for that reason will have greater possibilities for advancement and success because the inters! of th other fellow will be considered also. Ideal chart for the top-notch sales person, but you must early be sure to impress upon your progeny the fact that to Mactan Isle Airfield, Philippines. Shipfitter 1-C Thomas L. Tillery, son of Monroe B. Tillery of Blytheville, is serving aboard the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid, which is now operating against Viet Cong targets in South Vietnam. Home port of the Intrepid is Norfolk, Va. Pfc. Lee E. Rainer, son of Mrs. Pearl Rainer of 1814 Stuart St., has been assigned to the 173rd Ail-borne Brigade in Vietnam. Rainer's wife, Lillian, lives at 1128 Knowles St., Blytheville. Katz Jewelers NEW LOCATION 221 W. Main St. Next Door to Martin's Men's Store and Gaines-Wright Shoe Store. WARNING OftDER In the Chancery Court. Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas Dewey E. Davis. Plaintiff vs. No. 16815 Rosa Lee Davis Defendant The defendant, Rosa Lee Davis is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof! and answer the complaint of the I plaintiff, Dewey E. Davis. j Dated this 9th day of June, 1966 at 10:30 ?'clock A.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clark | By Betty Coats, D.C. Percy A. Wright, Attorney Ed B. Cook, Atty Ad Litem 6-10, 17, 24 7-1 has completed eight weeks of military police training at .the Army Training Center at Fort Gordon, Ga. Pace is a graduate of Osceola High School. Remember Pay Your Paper Boy PROMOTED - Michael R. 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