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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 30, 1966
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Tiw - Blyth«vit!« (Ark.) Courier News - Thursday, June TO, »M Astrological * Forecast * By CAttROU RIGHTED „ fo deunnint yout turetai nott •wra&raph opposite dates, which • •ftcludfl vwir birth <UU FRIDAY ^GENERAL TENDENCIES: Until Sundown all kinds of delays and frustrations are apt to occur that make you feel you can't get anything worthwhile accomplished so accept and utilize, extra time released to perfect your plans. Then the ev- ning is fine for making headway in 'contacting those of importance and winning their good will. "ARIES (Mar. '21 to Apr. 19) Showing are most enthusiastic about work ahead of you.makes fine impression on higfier-ups in 'A.M. Be sure you do something to improve health, too.-Plan evening activities ear- lyTloo. "TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Do your work carefully during the day and show that you are a meticulous person. The evening is especially well suited tor romance. Seek meetings with experts. Carry through with ideas in P.M. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Any complaints with partners can bring real trouble during day, but everything clears up agreeably by evening. Remain calm, keep your poise. Seek personal pleasure later. Be charming. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Co-workers could be bustling around, aimlessly more than you today, so be sure no arguments arise. Get right down to business and all is fine. Eve- ting is best spent at home rest- Ing. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Try a little flattery with persons who can become important future allies. Don't criticize so much. A little more economy where pleasure is concerned would be wise, also. Be smart, save. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Don't keep harping on that one taboo subject at home or being frustrated af complaints of kin. Concentrate on practical thoughts, and everything will resolve smoothly. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) E you prove to higher-ups that you can quietly do your work efficiently, you overcome obstacles to your success. Be very careful in driving. Be careful you do not trip on stairways, etc. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You may be in the mood to invest money for property, etc. very quickly, which .would be nnwise. Think before you spend. Then make sure you increase security instead. Ttake everything under advisement. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to ec. 21) You have to be careful to keep calm, cool and collected despite pressures and will be fine for recreation. Try not to get involved in arguments with others. A spirit of cooperation is best. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You could run around nervously and get nowhere if you do not look objectively at any problems you may have, clear them up intelligently. Keep your promises. Evening is just ideal for romance. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Others could easily disappoint you, so don't depend onj friends who have usually been! very helpful. Be more self-re-j liant. By evening right answers \ come to you on pressing problems. Sociability brings fine results in P.M. •. • PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Fuming and fretting, especially at higher-ups, could prove very costly. Do whatever you can to improve health instead. Show that you are poised and then do your work more efficiently than heretofore. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN HYMNS FOR SPEEDERS . JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AP) - An Anglican clergyman has suggested suitable .hymns for drivers who have the urge to speed. The Rev. Gerald Short, editor of the "Vinyard," official organ of the Anglican Diocese of Natal Province, proposed: ; At 75 miles an hour: "Nearer, My God, to Thee." : At 85 miles an hour: "When the Roll Is Called Up Yonder, I'll Be There." : - At 95 miles an hour: "Lord, I'm Coming Home." ' According to figures recently published here, South Africa has one of the highest highway accident rite* io tb« world, MtMuebi syndicate uc. TODAY he, or she, will be one of those very talkative youngsters who early will say whatever comes to his, or her, mind, and it could very well be the wrong thing and bring embarrassment to self or others. A little discipline early will help to control this interesting mind and save many an error which could prove very serious as well. The study of languages is very fine here — foreign interests are ideal. PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED 41 SECOND CLASS MAIL BlytbtTiUe courl«i Newt BLVTHEV1LLE. IRK at • ram Hair? w ffainei, Pubuj&er 3rd it Walnut sti Blythevlll« Ark. Published dally except Sunday Second class postage paid at sly- thettlle. Ark. HOME DELIVERY RATES Is Blytberulfi and town? In tne Blytnevllle trade territory Dally .. 30c oei week BV MAO. RATABLE IK ADVANCE Within 90 miles of Blythevllle $7.00 per year Unr» tntt 50 miles from Blytnelllf S15.60 per year Boys Not Scent-sitive! iail Van VJ (McStuiht fyndlciw Inc.) iiuilill!lli«l!lllll!ll«NlliMM ven.", One of their best friends will surely pick up the scent some day and rescue them from social suicide DEAR ABBY: Where do you stand on this? An Extremely well-to-do gentle nan recently presented his bride' with a VERY expensive diamond ring, and I mean EXPENSIVE. She is his second wife and he is her second husband, both having "lost" their former mates in the divorce courts. The bride has confided to a few friends (I am one) that she has agree in her will to leave her diamond to her husband should she die before he does. The idea being -that he shall give it either to his next wife, or to his daughter by his first wife. How do you like that? The bride also has a daughter by her first husband. It seems to me that when a man DEAR ABBY: My daughter, a high school girl, has been having a lot of boys and girls over to the house lately. Among them are some boys of foreign extraction, and whether it's something they eat, or because they don't bathe or change their clothes regularly I do not know, but they smell to high heaven! I think it would be a kindness for someone to tell them. My daughter says that she doesn't want to hurt their feelings, and after a while she doesn't even notice it. Abby, when I open our front door I know whether these boys are here or not! Is there a nice way to solve this problem? OFFENDED DEAR OFFENDED: Apparently your daughter's odoriferous friends are not as offensive to her as they are to you. I know no "nice 'way to tell people they "smell to high hea- ring, it is HERS. And she should have the privilege of leaving her ring to her own daughter if she so chooses. Isn't this a rather strange kind of deal? . CURIOUS DEAR CURIOUS: There's nothing strange about it. The gentleman invested in a diamond, and he's letting his bride wear it as long as she lives. But is is HIS diamond and THEIR deal. And it's also THEIR business. DEAR ABBY: There Js this boy I like a lot, and every- time he sees me, he says, "Mary, I'll call you tonight!" But he never calls. I told him if lie is going to call, to just call, but if he's not going to call not to tell me he is. Can you give me some advice? I don't want to lose him. THIRTEEN DEAR THIRTEEN: LOSE him? If he promises to call and doesn't, you have yet to get him. Pay no attention to kirn when he uyt he'll call. And if he calli, It will be • delightful surprise. "QUESTIONS GALORE" IN PASADENA: After he nkl you to marry him you can discuss the plans for your wedding, honeymoon, housing, etc. Remember the recipe for making rabbit stew? It begins with, "First, catch the rabbit." Problems? Write to Abby, AWESOME APPETITE—This giant wheel excavator can chew up 85,000 cubic yards of dirt a day. It is being used to scoop out earth fill for California's San Luis Dam project and moves enough earth each day to fill 1,700 trucks of 50-cubic-yard capacity each. Box 89700,.Los Angeles, C»!., 90089. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self • addressed envelope. Hate to write letters? Send SI to Abby, Box 69700, Loi Angeles, Cal., SOW, for Abby's booklet, "How to Writt Letters for All Occasions." IN THE JIRCUiT OP MIS.' S1SS1PPI COUNTY, ARK AN. SAS, CHIOKASAWBA DISTRICT. ARKANSAS STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION PLAINTIFF vs. . No. 6003 H. D. GIPSON, Ei' AL DEFENDANTS WARNING ORDER The defendants, Billy Gerald- Hodges, Be' " -a Reedcr, J. W. McElroy, Mary vlcElroy, his wife, and Opal Edwards are hereby watned to appear in this Court and answer the Complaint of 'he Plaintiff, Arkansas State Highway Commission, within thirty (30> days. Witness my hand and seal this 7th day of June, 1966. GERALDINE LISTON, CIRCUIT CLERK By Betty Coats, D. C. 11:15 A.M. ROBERT H. HALL Little Rock, Ark. Attorney for. Plaintiff ELBERT JOHNSON Attorney ad Litem 6-9, It, 23, JO HUBBARD AND HOKE FURNITURE REMNANT SALE WOOLS-NYLONS-ACRYLICS-HERCULON All of this carpet is in stock and ready for immediate delivery. Over 95% is first quality and IS NOT factory, seconds. Those two pieces that are factory seconds are marked such. ALL OF THIS STOCK IS FROM OUR FLOOR ANP WILL BE SOLD ACCORDINGLY. We positively will not order the same goods at these prices! FJRST COME, FIRST SERVED. Make Your Selections Now. REMNANTS Wools . . , Nylons . . . Acrilans 72'6"x74'70" Reg. 257.50 Mohawk 4 -1f\ AT ALL WOOL TOAST . ,,, now | / 7,7J 72'x 74'2" Shell Brown 1AO ALL WOOL MOHAWK Reg. 769.95, now | U/. 12'x12'7" Bronze Green 4 A/ AA ALL WOOL MOHAWK Reg. 279.99 now | OO.UU 12'x 73'Sort Green HOOC ACRILAN MOHAWK Reg. $180, now \ \J,7J 12'x14'5" Sand Beige 4 4 J MOHAWK ACRILAN, Reg. 779.99 now | |*f. 72'x74'6" Ocean Green 4 T I AT ALL WOOL MOHAWK Reg. $250, now | / 4. / J 75'x72'8" Sage 17005 ALL WOOL MOHAWK, Reg. $254, now | / 7.7 J 72'x74'6" Surf Green OA Q C MOHAWK ACRILAN, Reg. $198, now | JJ.JJ 74'x75'Deep Beige 19Q £K CONTINUOUS FILAMENT NYLON \L/./J Reg. 785.00, now 72'x70'9" Deep Red 7Q QT ALL WOOL MOHAWK, Reg. 739.95, now / 7,7 J 9'x79', Shadow Green, Factory Seconds QA AT ALL WOOL MOHAWK, Reg. 277.50, now 07. JJ 9x18'6" Beige, factory seconds 70 QC ALL WOOL MOHAWK, Reg. 277.50, now / 7i7 J 75'x73'6" Green Tweed 00 QC ALL WOOL MOHAWK, Reg. $225, now 77.7 J 72'x72'2" Avocado MOHAWK HERCU- LON. Reg. $145, Now .. 99.95 12'x9'10"GoldPolycrest AQ AT MOHAWK HERCULON, Reg. $130, now 77.7J ROLL GOODS From our 12 and 15 ft Carpet Racks 6.95 5.50 3.95 6.95 6.95 6.95 6.95 5.50 75' Sandalwood, reg. 8.95 ALL WOOL MOHAWK sq. yd. 72' and 75' Avocado, Reg. 6.95 507 DUPONT NYLON. ....... .now sq. yd. 12' Beige Candy Stripe ALL WOOL MOHAWK, Reg. 5.95 .now 72' Gold Tweed, Reg. 7.95 MOHAWK HERCULON . ...,,...:... .now 72' Beige Tweed MOHAWK HERCULON, Rtg. 7.95 now 72' Multicolor browntone 100% NYLON MOHAWK, reg. 7.95, now 72' Sea Green ALL WOOL MOHAWK, Reg. 8.95, now. .. 72' Antique Gold, Reg. 6.95 507 DUPONT NYLON now We Have 3 Closeout Living Room Suites! 2-Pc. BEIGE Traditional Styling with foam cushion backs. Regular 239.95 159" 95" SOFA 3-Cushion in Toast Regular 219.95 149 2-Pc. SUITE In willow green very slight damage Regular 239.95 132 HUBBARD & HOKE BLYTHEVILLE Furniture & Appliances OSCEOLA

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