IJM.J ami* IMN - fctafler, My * tM- PHI v4 CfWr)//)(71/*/2 / UTJ. J If I C/evC/H evdev sV * Forecast * — — - rim Ste CABBOLL UGBXEl ; to (ottmut your lone**.. But* rsrsinpk opposite dites, which <aclu«> TOM With 4*t* SUNDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES! You can combine your long range plans with a better under itanding just how you can maki hem work on practical .levels n the days ahead but it is up » you to take action to achievi liioh results or you miss out 01 • very fine opportunity. L e those about see you are <feepl< •ni«24..«1 • pntual. . ....... ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) you are now cognizant of how te ingratiate yourself into the good graces of elders or highly ivolved philosophical thinkers deal day for meditation. Handle well deals tint ere mature right now. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) f you remain calm and un- listurbed, you are able to ban- lie well any emergencies that nay arise today. Look at them ibjectively. Reading can open le gate to far greater success ban heretofore possible. GEMINI (May 21 to Juh 21) Tour intuitions will work very luccessfully now in dealing vith Bigwigs, so utilize them to he hill. You are able to handle bligations very cleverly. This Iso concerns your wife, or hus- and. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 o July 21) After attending ser- rifiAtr nf vnur* r>\\n\r>o vnu finri •bjiufki en*!**!*. IM. devoted you ere to kin. SCORPIO (Oct. 2* to NOT. 11) Listening to finest sermons end making truth your philosophy, can make your future infinitely brighter and all fears leave you. Be with charming friends later. Much enjoyment can come of this. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 21 to Dec. 21) Concentrating upon bow to achieve a greater abundance can be helped through the good auspices of a clever expert 'you know. Cultivate individuals who are very successful. Plan to beautify property. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You can go after your most cherished aims in e safe and sure way and you get excellent results/Have more faith in your self. You have a special charm of your own — don't try to be AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Many personal tasks need your attention and you can get them completed very quickly and well. Confide in others what your finest ambitions. are and they assist you willingly. Success can be yours. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Kind pals are willing to give you e boost if you come out honestly with whatever you have in mind. They are not mindreaders, remember. Get out to some club meeting and show that you ars very so- that you have the wonderful wisdom required to deal with associates more effectively. Contact those with whom you can discuss the ideas you have in mind. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Plan to assist those who are deserving and require your help. Spend some time and energy in acquiring more florid health. The idea is to keep busy today though it is Sunday — this will keep you on your toes for the busy week ahead. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Showing devotion to those persons who truly have your interests at heart is not only wise but a duty — and this could be your parents. Spend some time at preferred recreation. Re lax - be happy. LIBRA (Spt. 23 to Oct. 22) Your interest should be centered at home and with family so that you-make all more cheerful and attractive around you. Show that you can be amusing. Invite guests in — show how ROXY THEATRE BLYTHEVILLE OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Continuous Showing SAT. and SUN. Double Feature "TICKLE ME" Elvis Presley PLUS "GOLD OF 7 SAINTS" Clint Walker Sot. Mid-Nite Show "CRY BABY KILLER" Yesterday: A Teenage Rebel Today: A Mad Dog Slayer ciable, charming. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she, will be one of those fascinating youngsters who early appreciates law and order, wants all departments of his, or her, life operating in an efficient and precise way, which denotes a well ordered, balanced mind. Give the finest educational advantages, and do not neglect the spiritual. Finest outlets here are in property matters, the stage, the study of things archaic, research, etc. . -. . MONDAY "ENERAL TENDENCIES: A good day and evening to reaffirm your devotion to your country and the p r i n c i p 1 e s which have brought you a feeing of stability and security. fter, you can get a new stand- joint and understanding of the lest means by which to put your ipecial talents into effect. ARIES (Mar. 21 o Apr. 19) The A.M. is best suited to any civic or career work but after unch social life will be more uccessful. Cultivate big - wigs. Care in motion is necessary hough. Good friends should be ieen .tonight. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Some new situations may arise uring A.M. so be on your guard o handle properly, but later make sure you do not endanger ecurity. Fine opportunity to ad- ance. Take no chances whatsoever tonight. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) If you handle all responsibilities well and quickly during day, you can plan to attend some social function or take that short trip you have been looking forward to. Follow intuitions. Drive Blythevilles Newest and Finest Restaurant HAPPY 4TH OF JULY TO ALL! Sunday, July 3rd THE MENU APPI-TEASER SALAD COFFEE OR TEA ENTREE (CHOOSE FROM 25) VEGETABLES (CHOOSE FROM 12) DESERT $1.75 Twenty five entrees!!! Not possible??? But H It possible at the Drummer Boy became of an unusual method or system in food handling and preparation - made possible because of a fabulous aray at carefully selected cooklni equipment which w»s eastern destined to support a menu with unbelievable selection. We do not pre cook any entrees - «very order Is freshly prepared to your social order- Ton can m and taste the difference. Beef • Pork - Fowl • Sea Foods DRUMMER BOY MOTEL AND RESTAURANT 1020 S. Division PO 3-8168 with utaett MOON CHUJDXEN (June « to July U) Getuof into nutters of aeuey with uy partner •vtJUble to fine ta A.M., end te> nlfht you eu beadle del pramitt Intelliiently. Get better conditions rolllnf nicely. Be thorough ta pUminf. LEO (July M tf us- «) Finding e more ideal system by which to handle routine nutters in A.M. 1§ easy, but make sure you get out socially with aso- ciates in P.M. Keep professional appointments. Evening can be really jolly, VIRGO (Aug. » to Sept. ») You require recreation during A.M. to get Into the mood for important work 1 at e r, when much accomplishment Is possible show great devotion to loved one In P.M. Increase happiness. LIBRA (Sep. 23 to Oct. JZ) Find a better way to do your job more efficiently. Wise members of your own clan then give much support. You have good idea on how to get ahead very quickly. Amusements ere best relegated to the evening. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) The day is best suited to visits, calls, taking a little trip, etc., but P.M. should be spent at home organizing matters bet ter there. Get new p r e j e c t s started. Don't forget important correspondence. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Although you may be out for recreation, keep your mind busy with new and important plans and how best to clear up present problems. You have time to talk over unobtrusively some vital affair with an au- hority. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) A day for following through on whatever you like, so an' ear- y start will see you having a very effective and happy day and evening. Dress nicely. Have interviews with the nicest people. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You must be clever if you want to extract the information and ideas from ethers that you want so much. Actions speak much louder than words where romantic matters is concerned. Show devotion, understanding and kindness. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Your nicest friends are the best means by which you can find greater success and happiness today. Accept any social invitations that come your way with alacrity. Show that you are enthusiastic, courteous. W YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be a born business person, practical in all things, and quick to act. Be sure you give good ethical and psychological training so that your progeny knows how best to deal with fellow men justly. It will be easy for your son or daughter to deal with v?st properties, public commodities, large corporations, etc. Much earning capacity here. Send to college. Passes Will Spook Him! LMtfaif Vat DEAR ABBY: I had « speaking acquaintance with an attractive, but shy, man for two years. He is 37 and I am 26. He has never asked me out, but whenever we'd meet at a church doings or on the street, he seemed glad to see me. About a year ago I got my nerve up and called hint on the telephone just to talk. I couldn't get him to say much About a month later I heard that he was joining the religious life. My heart broke. After 10 months I heard that he was back home and had to give up the religious life because of illness. I wrote him a letter, welcoming him home, and invited him to a small party. He wrote back and declined. I want so much to know him better. How long should I wait before 1 start in again? I'd give anything to get him interested in me. NEEDS HELP DEAR NEEDS: If you were to ask me how to drive a man away forever, I'd advise you to do exactly what yon have done so far in your efforts to attract this man. Don't make any more overtures. It takes two to tango, and apparently this man doesn't care to dance. And if he ever decides to try he will want to pick his own partner. Salt In Oceans Major efforts are being made to find large - scale Economical methods of extracting salt from the sea so that seawater can be used for drinking and other human needs. A gallon of seawater contains about Vt • pound «f salt and, it is estimated, there are about 4.5 million cubic miles of salt in all the earth's oceans combined. DEAR ABBY: After work- tag for a very competent physician for 12 years I have observed that the average citizen acquires his "M. D." with more speed and less expense than the best doctor. In our office we get hourly calls from patients who say, "I have a 'virus,' please have the doctor come up on my lunch hour and give me a shot." Abby, what this country needs is a side - walk booth, operated on the same principle as a cigaret machine. The patient would deposit a coin stick his arm in a slot, select the "medication" and get his shot. People wonder "what has become of the good, old fashioned family doctor?" Well, what has become of the good, old fashioned, trusting patient who let the doctor diagnose the case and prescribe the treatment?. AN R. N. DEAR R.N.: I have a message for the physician who would permit his patient to diagnose and prescribe. "Physician, heal thyself." DEAR ABBY: I had a mild discussion with my wife because she insists on referring to me as HIM while conversing with others. Example: "Before I married HIM." I have to remind her many times that my name is Harry, not HIM. I think it shows a lack of respect to use HIM and HER instead of the person's given THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA ••••••••••••••••••••tt LAST TIME TODAY "MAYA", Clint Walker Also — Dave Clark Five, Rolling Stones and Beatles Come Home Sun. • Mon. • Tues. [WstoTHEGROUF (MIK HIT nun r •in mum MNOICEBES6BI JOWmmiET JOMIUCKETT mW-ROBIIIREOO tMEIHHWIHWJtSSIWWIUK snAEvmein miKunwiDOOES Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY "HELP" . Beatles "DEAR BRIGITTE" James Stewart Sun. • Mon. • Tues. JAMES BOND DOES IT EVERYWHERE! SEANCONNERY nune. I will be very much interested in your comments. Thank you. HARRY, NOT HIM DEAR HARRY: 1 agree with yon. If your wife'* problem li a ihort memory, remind ker which name It OB your paycheck. DEAR ABBY: You gave that young woman who was going with a married man and wished people would "leave her alone" a million dollars worth of advice when you said: "Don't worry, they will. Including your married man." Here is my story: At 43 I was suddenly widowed. A year later a friend invited me out to dinner. He sai he an his wife were being ivorced. To. make a long story short, for 11 years we ate and drank at all the little out - of - the - way places. I cooked dinners for i n at my place, and we even week-ended together. Well, my friend Is still mar. ried and living with his wife. Since giving me the gate he has become the steady companion of another widow (younger). Yes, my friends warned me, too, but I just wanted to be "left alone.'' And I certainly was. Sign this— "FIFTY-FIVE AND ALONE" l/^ootneei t/^eat •—»y max ilurm — Problems? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. For a personal reply, inclose 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." IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. IN THE MATTER OF THE STATE OP: Harold E. Ruffner, Deceased. No. 4387. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR Last known Address: Blytheville Air Force Base, Biythe- ville, Arkansas. Date of death: March 15, 1966 The undersigned was appointed Administrator of the estate of the, above-named decedent on the 24th day of June, 1966. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit hem, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months rom the date of the first pub- ication of this Notice, or they «hall be forever barred and irecluded from any benefit in he estate. This notice first published June 25, 1966. ELBERT S. JOHNSON, Administrator 215 West Walnut Street Blytheville, Arkansas. 6-25, 7-2 Dr. John E. Scett of Kennett, chairman of the steering com' mlttee for the proponed Boot- heel Junior College, i»ya that the committee and school superintendents of the ire* will hold * joint meeting at the Pern, iscot • Dunklin Electric Co-op building on Highway M between Hayti and Kennett on Thursday evening, July 14, to hear of a new educational program. The meeting will start at 7:50 Central Standard Time. Virgil Sapp of the University of Missouri Extension Department will discuss the plan in which college hours in a number of subjects can be offered in evening courses in the high schools of the area, under sponsorship of the University of Missouri at St. Louis. Students would pay modest fees for the courses which would be taught by high school teachers holding master's degrees in the subjects. The program is designed to make available a greater amount of college training at grass roots level. The plan, however, would not conflict with the proposed junior college since it would cease to be offered if the junior colege is established in the area. Under it college training in the selected subjects such as English, American History, Political Science, Mathematics, Psychology and Sociology, can be innau- girated quickly and continued until the junior college could take over. The courses would be open to both adults and young people. This column, in pushing for the WW2 battleship Missouri to be brought up the Mississippi River and installed at Caruthersville as a war memorial and tourist attraction, recently stated that a move was on in the Navy toward re-activating the famed man of war and using it in Viet Nam. HOLLAND NEWS Mrs. Joe Lester Visiting in the Dewey Kenle home this weekend were Mr and Mrs. Sam Kenley and fam ily of Doniphan, Mo., Mr. am Mrs. Jerry Bethume and son Scott, of Caruthersville. Mrs Bethel Bunch and daughter Vicky of Blytheville, Mrs. E. S Workman of Portageville, Mr Carl Kenley, and Mr. Thomas Jones of Memphis. Mrs. Prank Copeland and Mrs Patty Blysner were in Memphis Saturday night. They attended the singing convention at the Ellis Auditorium. Mrs. Bertha George of Math ies, Mo., was a visitor of Mr and Mrs. A. R. Little this week. High Navy officials say Central Westmoreland In Viet Nam asks for naval gunfire support, and the Navy Is lending destroyers to do a battleship's job." When the Missouri wu decommissioned her 16 • inch guns could lift a 2,300-pound projectile 21 miles. Today, weapons experts say, new propellents make it possible to shoot a 2,000- pound projectile up to 44 miles, or t 1,700 - pound shell op to SO miles. "The peculiar geography to South Viet Nam makes It possible for only six turrets to cover 85 percent of the critical area," the argument goes. Tie Missouri has three turrets with three guns each. Additional argument for placing the Big Mo in the Viet Nam action: "The Missouri's big gun can deliver the same conven- ttoosl explosivesto One ham thstethsrwsie veqld nauin Ml ' fighter can be dettrend wito curecy, et relatively lew eest end et etowst no risk te • set* vkemsn's life." fe, If the Mighty Me seOs efl to war instead of up the Ml* Hsjippl to Canrthertville, ?e« will know why. first = Baptist Church: Blythevllle, Ark. Sunday, July 3rd'.' 10:50 AM Serriee "Freedom Holy Like" .! 7:30 PM Strvie* "Clean Windows" Rev. A. B. Carpenter" Pastor *.;.,v t w A IHOUeHT TO REMEMBER By MM. Buddy Howard IE our July 4th celebration we ought to thank God our tore-fathers were so deeply religous. Some of them were so well versed In theology, they could have made a name lor themselves In the pulpit as well as In affairs of state. For example — Washington wrote, "I am sure that there was never a people who had more reason to acknowledge » divine interposition in their affairs than those of the U.S." .... John Adams wrote, "I have been a church going animal for 76 years, from the cradle," .... Franklin wrote, "I believe in one God, Creator of the Universe" and it was he who moved, "That henceforth .prayers imploring the assistance of Heaven be held in this Assembly every morning." Congress • continues the practice to this day. Jefferson, during his try-. ing days as President, began a writing, "The Life and Morals of Jesus of Nazareth." It was later translated into three languages. Alexander Hamilton, just before his duel with Aaron Burr, wrote his wife, "The consolation of religion my beloved, can alone support you; and these you have a right to enjoy. Ply to the bosom of God and tie comforted." , These sort of men founded our nation with faith. They differed in their religious beliefs but they all agreed the religion of every man must be left to the conviction and. conscience of every man. This is our heritage. Let» give thanks Jor the "Faith of our fathers • living still." .;.' MRS. BUDDY HOWARD, HOWARD FUNERAL ROME (Read Courier News Classifieds) Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. .AST TIME TODAY Gen. Aud. MONKEY'S UNCLE" — Waft Disney Prod. with Tommy Kirk & Annette Funicello. SUN.-MON.-TUES.-WED. For: General Audience What a ROMEO!! What a RIOT!!! JERRY LEWIS JANET LEH3H PLUS CARTOON COMINO SOON TO THE RITZ MY FAIR LADY — With Audrey Hepburn A Res Harrison DR. OOLDFOOT te BIKINI MACHINE - With Fraakle Avalea THE SINGING NUN — With Debbie Reynolds BOY, DID 1 GET A WRONG NUMBER - With Bob Hop* SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 ^ Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. •*••••••••••*••••••••••••••••••*••••••••••••• i LAST TIME TODAY 7:30 Double feature: 9:20 [f you come by 10 p.m. Sat. nite, you can see all of the ast feature. oe Moses is hfs nun*.. stealing AfriwithiJ game! Robert Carroll Mitchum Baker •.THE FRANK ROSS mOUCTIO« numr M i.Mmiiinm SUN.MON.TUES. Double Feature 7:30 9:20 PLUS CARTOON _ „ his beat to'the beach? VHU Ml *Buii ftte GM fee* CONOCO SERVICE ASH » DIVISION OIL CO. Hol/esf grand Going fWT. •• CONOCO ! * IMt et Ik* CMUMta) OB Ce. BRING THE KIDS! MINIATURE TRAIN RUNS EVERY SUNDAY AFTERNOON WALKER PARK, BLYTHEVILLE, ARK.
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