The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 20, 1966 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 20, 1966
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P»«« Two - Blythevtll* (Ark.) Courier News - Monday, June ZB, ION UNDER THE LIMIT—Too small to require a license for driving, this miniature vehicle called a "Poussy-Car made Its debut at an international trade show in Pans. Powered by a motor-bike engine, the car can hit an average speed of 31 m.p.b. ro»IB»M«Wll«^ ~sroo»~ Thinks Movies too Vulgar ail U /an >uren (McNiuiht fyn«c»U UwJ iinininiMM^ night and I won't be able to come in today. Knowing that appointments are at a premium on a Saturday afternoon, please tell Cloyd to fill in my time." Abby, if this lady could find the time under these circumstances to cancel her appointment, why can't women who know weeks ahead of time that they are going to be out of town, or women who suddenly change their plans, or have come down with "the sniffles" or a headache, do the same? OVERWHELMED DEAR OVERWHELMED: Because they lack the qualities of thoughtfulness, consideration, and kindness that make your "lady" a lady. DEAR ABBY: What do you think of beards on young men? DORIS DEAR DORIS: The sort of grow on you. Problems? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Gal., 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 Abby's booklet, "How to Write Letters for All Occasions." DEAR ABBY: I big complaint. The movies they are making today are not fit to watch. Last night my husband and I went to a movie for the first time in nearly a year and the one we saw was a disgrace. It was the rnost vulgar movie I had ever seen. I spoke to several people about it and they said ALL the movies are that way now. Everyone says the morals of our teenagers are so low. What can we expect when we give them movies like that to look at? My children will be old enough to date in a few years, and I pray that something will happen to improve movies before then. Heaven knows, they can't get much worse. DISGUSTED IN ENp, OH,A. DEAR DISGUSTED: The good Lord must have beard your prayers. The Motion Picture association, which controls movie censorship, has just made Jack Valenti its chief — and I'm lure we will all sleep a little better knowing that Valenti it its president DEAR ABBY: We have one child, 17, I'll call Angie. She is a normal, averaged child— a little spoiled, but she's never given us any trouble. She has never washed a pair, of hosiery or ironed a blouse because her mother wouldn't let her. She's never even made her own bed. My wife was a personal maid for this child. Angie was never allowed to spend a night at a girl friend's house or a week at summer camp. Now the subject of college is at hand, and Angie has applied to several. My wife says, "She doesn't have to go out of town. The local college is good enough." Angle wants to go away to college, apd I think she should but her mother can't hear of it without bursting into tears. What should be done? IN BETWEEN DEAR IN: You appear to have one neurotic female on your hands. Do you want to try for twc? Ask your clergyman, family d o c t o r, or someone whose opinion your wife values to sp«ak to her. She must be made to realize that her attachment to her daughter is unhealthy. Angie needs freedom to grow and develop an independent personality. And mother needs some outside tattr- ests. DEAR ABBY: Something touched me deeply this morning, and I hope you will find this worthy of publishing. I am a hair dresser. For more than a year I have had a little lady who has had a standing appointment at 3 p.m. every Saturday. Today (at 9 a.m.) this lady telephoned the shop. Her exact words were: "My husband's brother passed away very suddenly last The New England lobster In •crts'-a grain of sand near the base of each feeler to help keep a bearing in its nearly weight less state in water. Gravity ex erts a faint but constant down- mfiS M I aim UUt wwiiswiii* nv"»* ,••••» - • «v r *••—•«— »—-.-— — r ward pull on the sand grains, when it was disclosed that the giving the lobster what amounts to • built-in plumb line. Astrological * Forecast * , 8j CARROLL fUGHTEg an eito(or!« of your «ndwvtr|w0rk tterted nleelj. Thli •!• Dec. 21) Stop, look and listen in Join the Hundreds of Lucky Winners ~ Play to detemlne joui forecas-. note paragraph opposite dales, whim 'Delude your birtb data TUESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: r ou feel like having a good ime, which is all right after making engagements early to oin interesting friends and com- anions at the recreations you ike the most. Do something nice for teenagers. Avoid topics that could lead to arguments, ind stay neutral.' .ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Making the most of fine abilities you possess is preferable to 'adding about without purpose 5eing gentle, true and devoted o your mates imperative. Plan my social function for P.M. in early A.M. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Now is the time to show your ine artistry in improving the in- erior of your surroundings. Buy he objects you need. Kin will hen support you more in your particular aims. Strive for com- ort as well as beauty. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) rfany very practical ideas occur to you which you would do well to put in operation quickly so that you have long • lasting results. Think over details first. Then carry on in a most definite fashion. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Analyzing your monetary and fixed assets shows you how to add to them appreciably by being practical and determined. Fix budget. Avoid those expenses in the future that have made unnecessary dent in bank account. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You are highly magnetic and others \vi!l be drawn to you everywhere you travel today. They back your special alms, but you have to be specific in stating them. Show that you are both alert and adroit. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Getting into matters of moment and policy is best now instead of fretting over small detail. Come to right decisions. Being of assistance to others will bring great support for you in the Suture. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) A dynamic friend will do much to support your alms, but you have to be precise, intelligent in stating them. Renewing old ^acquaintances socially is possible as well as making new ones. Be gracious. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to NOV. 21) You have fine talents to put in operation so that you increase both profit and prestige. Some civic work will also help you Jlc.Nluiht in><ilc»te Ine n other enterprises. Labor with great diligence and all works out fine. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to today and you make real progress, avert accidents, etc. Confer wlth.p e r s o n s of different background, experience to yours Listen to their ideas. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Others give you fine suggestion re anything you are most interested in, in any sphere of your endeavor. Be sure to follow the best of these. Be more cooperative with mate AUARIQUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Find out what associates most desire and convince them that you will labor along with them very religiously and happily. You ar* able to get public wayi pleatei you. PISCES (Feb. M to Mar. JO) Make your office, home, studio more attractive and orderly In every way and you find greater comfort and efficiency for the future. Plan your activities for a month ahead. Then you have more success in them. IP YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODA of anythlni that brinft ywr progeny in direct contact with the public in general, which runs he, or she, will be those sensitive young sters who requires much adulation and encouragement in order to bring out the finest talents in this most promising chart. A connection with the government is ideal here, or ^ r the fun gamut from selling to | acting on the stage, in the mov- .*? ics, etc. BRING THE KIDS! MINIATURE TRAIN RUNS EVERY SUNDAY AFTERNOON WALKER PARK, BLYTHEVILLE. ARK. BONUS BINGO Still Time to Play::. Still Time to Win! $1000 Winners: H. F. Eulirr Fort Smith, Ark. Mrs. Ralph Wright Hot Springs, Ark. $500 Winners: Mrs. Carrie Ha re row Eagle Mills, Ark. Frank Gruzinsk! Hope, Arkansas ... ™^~~~— tfjootheel Some observers say that it is better than a TV show and if a little sex could be introduced into it, it would be better than Peyton Place. That Is the political situation in the race for the Democratic nomination for Pern- iscot County Collector in which two Hayti men and one Caruthersville man are the candidates. The two Haytians are Mayor L. R. Bain, a motor company owner, and Camille B. Huber, a a partner in an oil distributing company, named in the order in which they filed. The Caruthersville man is Mayor B. F. (Hot) Rogers who is the incumbent collector in his second term in the office. The two Hayti candidates declare that they filed for the race after Hot Rogert indicated he didn't intend to run for a third term. He filed as a candidate near the filing deadline. A number of Hayti political leaders, recognizing Mayor Roger's candidacy as a fact of life, assumed the position that if both Haytians stayed in the race Hot would clobber both of them, come the August primary election, and the only way to make it a fair fight was for one of the Hayti men to withdraw. So the Hayti leaders pulled off a free fish and barbecued chicken dinner the other night in the Lions-Rotary building, attended by some 60 Hayti voters who were invited in person and by telephone. Candidates Bain and Huber were there, seated side by side at the dinner table. .The TV type drama came up to withdraw "for the good of Hayti's political future" in Pern- iscot County in the years ahead. Over the years the Pemiscot County courthouse has been populated mainly by Caruthersville citizens and with Haytians only occasionally being able to join the "club." Thus, Hayti politicians have had to stand back and accept treatment, they felt, sort of like a stepchild. Times change, however, and now Hayti with its large number of voters registered and Caruthersville appeared split and fighting among themselves in the ruling Democratic party, some long . time political observers in the county say that Hayti now has an opportunity to take over the county courthouse an the place to start is in the collector's race this year. That is from Hayti. Neither Bain nor Huber, however, agree with this school 01 political prognosticaters. Each thinks he can win the election so neither one has withdrawn. So we will just have to wail until after the August election to find out who had it figured out correctly. purpose of the meeting was to Uy to get either Bain or Huber Mrs. Phil Herlen, Sr. West Helena, Ark. Mrs. Thad Brown Jonesboro, Ark. $100 Winners: Dorothy Hill Heltna, Arkansas Lee G. Allen Hot Springs, Ark. Ernest Goodon Joneiboro, Ark. Parkay Easy Spreading Special 2c off Label ... Mexican Dinners Margarine Peach Halves l Pink Lemonade Baby Formulas Patio Combination 12-or. Style Dinners ........ Pkg. Winnona Rauls LeaehvilU, Ark. A. C. McGraw Little Rock, Ark. Mrs. Johnie Embrey Little Rock, Ark. Mrs. Melvin F. Holmes North Little Rock .ibby Quality Fruit Juicy Yellow Clings or Regular Bel-Air Frozen SMA Carnalac or Modilac ....... Supreme or White Gold Pure Cane Sugar With $5.00 or more Additional Purchases. Less Beer and Tobacco Products. Limit One. Quantity Rights Reserved Pork Loins Full Quarters Sliced for Chops .... Lb. Manor House VEALSTEAKS r , 79s Mrs. Wright's WHITE BREAD 2 Mb.,2-oz. Loaves Pooch Quality DOG FOOD FRENCH BREAD 25 Lb. Bag 430 $2,19 Skylark Glasine 1Tb 19(! Loaf Heinz Strained Baby Food 6 4 1£ 630 Roast Beef Town 12-Oz. House Tin 55$ Detergent Vernell Morgan DUSE MR Ph. RE 8-2617 Fr«* Estimates Senath, Mo. Tide l-lb.,4-oz. Washday Pkg. 320 Toilet Soap Zest A 3»/ 4 -Oz. Quality ....£ Bars Surf Detergent Cold lOc 3-lb.,2-ot. Water Off Pkg. 690 Detergent Active >'lb.,l-oz> All Pkg. 81* Liquid Cleaner Ajax R, 12-Oz. Quality Btl. Lifebbuy Fragrant Toilet Soap 2 'It 45(! Watermelons Red Ripe and Juicy Always A Treat 18-22 Lb. Average Gulf Spray Low Priced Qt. Tin 690 ea. 89 Detergent Cold Ub.,4-01. Power ..Pkg- Toilet Soap Ivory 10-Oz. MX BELL PEPPERS FRESH TOMATOES Red Ripe From Arkansas 10-Oz. It Floats Bar Liquid Detergent Wtok Qt. Quality Btl. •d thn M u tklt SAFEWAY

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