The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 27, 1966 · Page 7
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f lythevffl* (Ark.) Courier N«w« — Monday, June 27, 19W •• Page Seven Astro * Forecast logical CAKHOU. CHARITY HORSE SHOW - Tlie ninth annual Lion's Club's charity horse show will be held at Caruthersville July 7. The one day event is headed by Sheriff Clyde Orton, who is shown above as he makes plans for the show. The event will consist of 11 classes containing seven Tennessee walking classes and four gaited horse classes, Chairman Orton said. Top stables from all localities are expected to show. Tickets will be one dollar at the gate or 75 cents in advance. (Courier News Photo) Jj ear To determlnt your forec« DUU •urasraim opposite dates, whlcb "Dcludt your birth dat* TUESAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: good day to implement new ideas that combine long accept- situations with a modern slant. You will find more sup| port than you had imagined possible and you can gain some emotional pleasures by doing what pleases you the most. A more cheerful attitude toward others can do miicb to help you gain your aims more readily. Show courtesy to all. AIRES (Mar 21'to Apr. 19) If you are more thoughtful of loved one, you find that the response will be infinitely better. Use your intuition where business matters are concerned, also. Tliis will help you to. advance more quickly. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) If you show greater interest in what associates are doing, you find that some project at hand will start to go much better. Come to better understanding witb customers, etc. Be more alert, enthusiastic. Reader Causes Controversy V an yiiren (McNiafht Ijvdluu Inc.) •iiwwuiuuiB^^ DEAR ABBY: You have had the good grace to admit that there IS 9 prpbleem which even you can't solve. J refer to the letter from "STYMIED, who asks -how provident parents can guard against orphaning their children and leaving them to the care of Grangers. No, I have not solved the problem, but I have considered it. May I suggest an organization to be known as "PARENTS SYNONYMOUS"! Here's the idea: Thru you, or an organization you inspire, parents of similar hack grounds and means are teamed up. Each agrees to adopt the children of the oilier family in the event of the death of both parents of that other family. For example; your organization (using computers?) would possibly match the "STYMIED" family with MY family. My three children, too, have had their educations provided for thru the age of 21. The same system as some adoption agencies use in matching color, race, and religion could be applied here. Death of parents is a traumatic experience, and the orphaned children will be most likely to "recover" in an environment lo which they are accustomed — one which disrupts their lives the least. Sincerely, "VISIONARY" in MPLS. DEAR ABBY: Why should anybody be stymied about making provisions for their children in case of death? There are church and fraternal organizations galore that specialize in caring for orphaned children. The Loyal Or der of Moose, Masons, The Veterans of Foreign Wars, Independent Order of Foresteers and Odd Fellows to name a few. Even insurance companies have fine protective programs to cover such eventualities. 11 h o u g h t everyone knew that. NOT STYMIED DEAR ABBY: "STYMIED" states that her only living blood relative is incapable of rearing healthy, normal, well- adjusted children. Yet she herself goes on to say that she is afraid to even get into an automobile with her husband for fear they will both be killed and their children orphaned. I wonder if SHE thinks SHE'S "normal and is well - adjusted?" CONFUSED DEAR ABBY: We were a family of nine when our parents died and do you think for one minute that when death took our mother, father, a sister and a brother all within three months we didbanded? We did not! We stayed togeh- er an took care of each other and we made out just fine. And so will other families who are taught to love and look after one another. That's what our parents instilled in us when we were kids, and even after they died, they "lived" in all of us. Trust in God. His eye is on the sparrow. FULL OF FAITH DEAR ABBY: It is a good idea for parents to m a k e a will and make their desires known with regard to whom should assume the guardianship of their minor children in case both parents should suddenly go. This of course is a job for a competent lawyer. The main thing is to get it down in black and white and place it in the hands of g trustee, attorney, or someone who can put the provisions into effect immediately. A will which has been hidden in a coffee can and buried out in the back yard seldom does anybody any good. BEATRICE DEAR ABBY: Somebody ought to tell STYMIED that the odds against her getting killed in a car with her husband are extremely high. I read recently that even with the present high death rate on highways, the average man who does an average amount of driving would have to drive for 800 years before he would become a statistic. And I assume the chances for his wife being killed with him would be doubly remote. Life is a risk. All that is assured us on this earth is the love of God. PORTLAND MINISTER Problems? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self • addressed envelope. Hate to write letters? Send $1 to Abby,' Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069, for Abby's booklet, "How to Write Letters for All Occasions." ftlvNautht 87ndicftt«. lac. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Doing whatever you are m6$l adept at will bring more success and greater respect among cohorts. See how to improve your wardrobe. Stick to good quality and line and you find it is less expensive in the long run. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) If you sh&w appreciation for others now, you find that many benefits accrue to you. Early day planriings (or recreation makes your evening very enjoyable. Try not to be extravagant, tho. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Getting the OK of family for any plans you have in mind will insure their being very successful. There are stepping stones in your path which can be removed very easily. Dispose of debris, such as old files, etc. VIRGO (Aug. 22 t oSept. 22) Come to the right decision where traveling, shopping, keeping appointments, etc. are concerned, since this reflects far into the future. Promoting ideas, products, etc. are fine. Keen busy. LIBIU (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You are now able to come to the right decisions where traveling, shopping, etc. are concerned. First Indian reservation i a You are particularly capable of North America was at Brother Dee. 11) You ir» freshly Inspired thii morning and are able to act upon new Idea* with enthusiasm and vigor. The practical count ii Mat. ft* unperturbed and chanMnl with attachment in P.M. Find true accord. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 tfl Jan. 20) Ideal day and evening for discharging social debts and accepting invitations fr6m tru« friends, this gives you art opportunity to express' your pet ideas. Others will find thett to be of interest and co-operate willingly. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) if you impress Atheri with your very fine talents, you find that your public image will be enhanced appreciably. Find new and better systems (or getting regular routines discharged. This also saves time. PISCES (Feb. 2« to Mar. 20) If you get out of dull routine, you find that the chimes of success will start ringing for you. New contacts are more than glad to lend a helping hand in any outlet that interests, mutually. B« poised. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he, or she, will be one of those charming youngsters who becomes more magnetic as tht years roll by, and there is a great desire to delve into the mysterious and adventuresome, so be sure to give the finest spiritual and ethical training you can in order to direct energies in the right direction, keep within confines of that elusive straight line. Getting into sports early is a must! impressing those in financial circles. Assist others with their property interests. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) First being sure you know what your fondest ambitions are, you then can circulate around in business world and in social circles tonight. You are charming and have know-how, poise. Impress all who meet you. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to ton. N. J., now known u Indian Mills. HIGHEST QIMUTV- BEST BUY •..'.-•«•;! umai ST.JOSEPH MS TABLET* STARTING THURSDAY, JUNE 30 PLAY -OP! Hays Stores In Blyrheville 421 S. 21st 200 E. Main WIN YOUR SHARE OF MORE THAN ON-OUMO...REAL HICKORY SMOKE FLAVOR IN PRIZE AWARDS Florida Vacations Nassau Cruises Diamond Wrist Watches Portable TV's Pool Tables Mixers Typewriters Blenders Each Store Will Feature Their Own Prizes Seperately OVER 1,500 PRIZES Winners Every Week LOCAL WINNERS EVERY WEEK SHOP & SAVE AT HAYS STORES CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 200 E Main Street 421 S. 21st Street Pork & Beans fi Showboat No. 300 Can, 14J Oz. " Maxwell Houst COFFEE 2 ib. can 1.49 Tenn. 9 oz. Crinkle Cut FRENCH FRIES 9c Del Monte, 6'/a oz. CHUNK TUNA 29c Twin Pet, Lb. Can Swifts, 3 Lb. DOG FOOD 70 CHICK'N& DUMP 790 Hays or Kraft, Full Qt. Large Sunkist MAYONNAISE ..450 LEMONS ....... Doz 390 3 In 1 Pak, Full Lb. Heinz, 4'/ 2 oz. (6 Limit Daily) POTATO CHIPS 490 BABY FOOD 3 For 200 Asst. Color Tissue Giant Siez Detergent DELSEY . 2 £"20|! AJAX ..590 Midwest, >/j Gal. 100 ICE MILK .....390 Charmin 60 Count NAPKINS Kraft 18 Oz. Dad's Vi Gal. BARBECUE SAUCE 290 ROOT BEER 390 All Flavors, 3 Oz. Insect Rcpellant ROYAL GELATIN 60 OFF .., 0z 690 Vine Ripened, Arrow, 20 Lb. Bag Charcoals TOMATOES u 130 BRIQUETS 990 P'APPLE-G'FRUIT 250 Leg-o-Lamb Mayrose Choice Whole Lb. 49? Butter Pure Creamery Limit Two Lb. 69c Biscuits Red Band 8-oz. 3 for 25< Cheese Spread Veribesr 2lb.Box59< Sliced Bacon Swift's Fry Pan Lb. Open Mon.-Tues. Wed. til 7 p.m. Thurs. - Fri. • Sat. Til 9 W« Rwerve The Right To Limit Purchuee None Sold for Reule Farm Fresh FRYER PARTS Farm Fresh FRYER BREASTS ...... Lb 490 Farm Fresh Fryer LEGS & THIGHS , 49c Farm Fresh FRYER LIVERS 6Sc Farm Fresh FRYER BACKS Lb 190 Farm Fresh SPLIT BROILERS Lh 37d Hays Choice HEAVY CALVES Hays Choice Heavy Calves T BONE STEAKS Lb 890 Hays Choice Heavy Calves SIRLOIN STEAKS u 890 Hays Choice Heavy Calves BONELESS RUMP . u 790 Hays Choice Heavy Calves CLUB STEAK ,790 Hays Choice Heavy Calves BEEF RIB STEW u 490 Boiling Beef BRISKET Lb 190 Prices Good thru Wednesday 2 Convenient Loeat'oni 200 Eo*t Main St. 421 South 21tt S» ii

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