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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 7, 1966
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fi|« Fourteen -Blytheville (Ark.) Courier News — Thursday, July 7,19U JD tar Out of Shape? / Van & (McNmtht Kyndlcit. Inc.) JBlilUIIIIIIUIU'i uliilllllllium, , >mi , l li,.l,llll|lllllll!IIUIIIIllWll>llllllllllllllllll>llllllllllllllllllllUUIinlllllUII!UlillUl!aiU. DEAR ABBY: An old flame cf ray husband is now married (Thank heavens.) She is pregnant and is big as a barrel. Well, she sings in the choir, and last Sunday was there, right in the front row, looking a sight, and my mother-in-law said she was the prettiest girl in the choir. My husband agreed with her! .Abby, I nearly flipped. Do jrou think it was proper for a woman that bUt-of-shape to ling in a choir that doesn't provide choir robes? I have been in quite a few churches and have never seen anything like that. WONDERING DEAR WONDERING: If she had been just any "out- of-shape" choir member would it have offended you? I doubt it. Be honest. Your mother - in - law's needling, and your husband's agreement with her were the real 'irritants. Since when is a woman big with child out of place in a church — in the •'New Of Men In Service -1st Lt. Billy F. Hatch, son of Mrs. Verdie C. Hatch, 425 £ Ash St., has completed an Armor Officer Career course al the Army Armor School, Fort Knox, Ky. Hatch was trained in communication, automotive maintenance, tank gunnery, armor tactics and nuclear warfare. Milburn B. McCall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. McCall of Caruthersville, Mo., has been promoted to airman second class in the U.S. Air Force. McCall is a materiel specialist at Nellis AFB, Nev. He is a member of the Tactical Air Command. McCall is a graduate of Caruthersville High School. Charles Walker Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walker Sr., of Havana, Fla., has been promoted to staff sergeant in the U.S. Air Force. He is an aircraft mechanic at Homestead AFB, Fla. Walker's wife, Erma, is t h e daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Davenport Sr., of 1741 Charline Street. • Pvt. Jimmy W. Russell, son of^'Mr. and Mrs; Herbert Russell of Manila, completed a seven-week armor vehicle mechanic course at the Army Armor School, ort FKnox, Ky. Russell received Instruction in the maintenance and repair of wheeled and track vehicles in armor units. He was also trained in operation of p o w e r systems and suspension assemblies in armor vehicles. Seaman James L. Lindsey, son of Mr. Bobby M. Massey o 300 Louise Street, is serving a the Naval Communication Sta tion Guam, in the Marianas I lands, for duty. Lindsey is a communication technician. The station at whic he will be serving provides ma jor communications support fo ships and units of the U.S. Se< etith Fleet, operating in th Sduth Pacific. choir or anywhere else? DEAR ABBY: 1 recently borrowed a beautiful, antique, crystal cut glass punch bowl from a bachelor friend. It had been given to him by his family. Well, you guessed it. When I washed it, I used too hot water, and the bowl split right down the middle — in half! I took it to a china repair shop an they assured me of a first - cass job for $14. They did say that altho it would hardly be noticeable it would lose much of its value if the owner ever wanted to sell it. What should I do, Abby? I must tell the man, of course, and I would gladly replace the bowl no matter what the cost. Should I go ahead and have the bowl repaired? Or should I just try to find a replacement? Please help me. I am desperate. BORROWED TROUBLE DEAR TROUBLE: First find a replacement as nearly like the original. Present it to the gentleman with your apologies and an explanation. Return the broken bowl and let him decide whether he wants to have it repaired. DEAR ABBY: I would give 10 years of my life to be a professional wrestler, but I don't know how to go about it. I am 42 years old, weigh 145 pounds, and know I would be good at wrestling if I had some training. I c-.n lift 200 pounds off the floor and shoulder it with no trouble at all. I work in a furniture factory nine hours a day, then go home and work around the house until 11 p.m., and I'm still not tired. My children are grown, and I could go anywhere in the country for training. I am also a lady. Can you help me? WANTS TO WRESTLE DEAR WANTS: Ask the sports editor of your local newspaper how to contact a promoter. Or inquire at the local gym where wrestlers work out. This shouldn't be a hard game to muscle in on. Good luck. CONFIDENTIAL TO PEGGY: Don't let him retire if you can talk him out of it. You'll have twice as much husband on half as much income. "I THINK I'VE FOUND IT"—It looks like a vigorous hunt for the car's engine. However, it's just a gag photo during the safe-driving event at White Plains, N.Y., in the National College Queen contest. From left to right, contestants are Amanda von Tungeln, Oklahoma State; Diane Lee Hodges, Ohio University; Linda C. Van Walk, University of Washington; and Joellen Ayersman, West Virginia University. Fifty girls competed and the winner was Carleen Hjortsvang, East Carolina College, Greenville, N.C. Big John Wayne In Spotlight Again 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 Ab- hy's booklet. "How to Write Letters for All Occasions." '"' WARNING ORDER Jerry Yount and France Yount, his wife, are warned t appear in the Chancery Cour for the Chickasawba District o Mississippi County, Arkansas within thirty (30) days next af ter the date of the first publication of this notice, to answer a complaint filed against them by Blytheville Federal Saving and Loan Association and Jame .Tferry, as trustee. Witness my hand as clerk o gaid court, and the seal thereof at the City of Blytheville- Ar kansas, on this Sth day of July '1966. GERAtDINE LISTON, Clerk By Geraldine Listen Marcus Evrard :< Title Insurance BIdg., 118 West Walnut Street .Blytheville, Arkansas Graham Sudbury ' IIS North Sec^,id Street Blytheville, Arkansas Attorney ad lltem WARNING ORDER Vernon H. Isenhour and Ireni . Isenhour, his wife, are warn ed to appear in the Chancerj ?ourt for the Chickasawba Dis trict of Mississippi County, Ar kansas, within thirty (30) days next after the date of the firs publication of this notice, to an swer a complaint filed agains them by Blytheville Federa Savings and Loan Association and James Terry, as trustee. Witness my hand as Clerk of said court, and the seal thereof, at the City of Blytheville Arkansas, on this Sth day ol July, 1966. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Geraldine Listen Marcus Evrard Title Insurance Inc., 118 West Walnut Street Blytheville, Arkansas Attorney for Plaintiffs Graham Sudbury 115 North Second Street Blytheville. Arkansas Attorney ad litem 7-7, 14, 21, 28 ftememoer Pay Your Paper toy GASOLINE Price Reduction ETHYL 31 R«g. Gai Priced LESS Eastside MFA East Hwy. 18 BIfth«vlJJ«, Arkanwu By BOB THOMAS AP Movie-Telvision Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Press conferences for entertainers back from Viet Nam have become a Hollywood ritual. This week it was John Wayne's turn. Why was the event held at [Jniversity City, where Wayne hasn't worked since "The Spoilers" in 1942? Reports found when they arrived. Th were handed releases announc- ng that the star would appear n two Universal films, a Western called "The War Wagon" and "The Green Berets," based on the novel about the Viet Nam war. Wayne had driven up from his mme at Newport Beach, and he wore a plaid shirt, white tie, >lue jacket, black slacks and ilue sneakers, the kind that 'achtmen wear. He sipped cof- ee patiently as the television ameramen set up for the con- erence. Finally his patience ran out md he called, "Roll 'em'. Actor George Chandler, chairman of the Holywood Overseas Committee, lauded Wayne's jerformance in Viet Nam. He aid that Wayne was the first to volunteer when the Defense Department asked for stars to visit the war a year ago. * * * "I'm having a little battle of my own," wrote Wayne, who was then recovering from a cancer operation, "but I'll go as soon as the doctors let me." He went last month for three Cotionwood Raceway Int. 55 & Hiway 140 OSCEOLA, ARK. Racing this Friday & Each Friday Night Time Trials — 6:30 p.m. Races —8:15 p.m. All New Track Steel Bleachers Class "C" Stockers and Class "A" Super Modified from a 5-State Area. THE FASTiST QUARTER-MILE GUMBO TRACK IN THE SOUTH Political Candidates The Courier News has been uthorized to announce the fol. owing candidates for office in the forthcoming Democratic Primary election: Legislative Post No. 3 BILLY NICHOLSON * * * District Prosecuting Attorney RALPH B. WILSON background to describe the war. In some respects it was like a Western, he said. "I visited places that were like fortresses or outposts," he weeks of talking to the troops in hospitals, bases and on carriers. No song-and-dance man, he. Wayne made little of his publicized exposure to Viet Cong gunfire. "I wasn't conscious there was any (Viet Cong) in the area until the Marines went into action," he said. "They did find a bicycle that the sniper had been using." Wayne called upon his movie i of 60 were killed." remarked, live there, Americans. "The along The Vietnamese with a few Vietnamese also bring their dependents. I was at one post where the Viet Cong had bombed the dependents the week before. Thirty out NKW YORK (AP) - Millions, of people take vacation trips this time of year in order to have something to. write' about on postcards. Postcards are the billboards of the common man on which the chronicles in deathly prose the story of his passing: "Drove 550 miles today. Hope to make 600 tomorrow." "Wish you were.— instead of me. This motel charges $18 per day, and even more on days when they put water in the swimming pool." "Having wonderful time. Hope you are changing the gravel in the cat's box regularly." Writing postcards is undoubtedly our most widespread form of pop art. It is as American as the hot dog, Hie pizza pie and chop suey. But for a people inventive enough to come up with the skyscraper, the airplane and bubble gum, it is amazing how our lack of ingenuity falters when we have to put down our thoughts on a postal card. Words fail us, or the words we do summon up strike us as hollow even as we write them. No scholar has won his Ph.D. by a profound study oil "social consciousness in U.S. postcard literature," because it is rarely conscious and it is never literature. No Nobel Prize has ever been, awarded to a postcard author, anymore than it has been given to any aviator for sky writing.. ' Men are peculiary. inept at composing postcards. The average man will waste an afternoon, bite his tongue raw, and develop writer's cramp composing toee postcards,.such as: "Raining * when * we passed through Yellowstone. However, did see two,bears and a foresl ranger." ••••:" "Gas here costs two cents a gal less than in'our town. Everything okay in the office? Regards to the gaug." "Just saw Niagara Falls. Great place for a guy who likes outdoor showers." Women are Just the. other way. They take a peculiar delight in postcards. They can even write them while descending on mule- back into the grand canyon. A postcard is a definite challenge to a woman. She wants to be sure she gets her 4-cenl stamp's worth. Where a man finds nothing to say, she can't find enough space to chronicle her scenery-thrilled soul.... The fellow -who ''engraves the Lord's Prayer in miniature on a penny is a piker compared to her. She tries to compress an encyclopedia on every postcard. The big mistake most people make is in sending postcards to friends and acquaintances. It would be much wiser if they" mailed them to themselves. Then, when they got home, they'd have a lot of fun looking at the pictures of all the scenic? places they visited — the beautiful places they hadn't had time to enjoy because they were too darned busy writing postcards. THREE TELEPHONE NAMES NASHVILLE (AP) - Alexander Graham & Bell are on the job for Southern Bell Telephone Co. here, helping maintain the communications instrument invented by their collective namesake 90 years ago. L. N. Alexander, James L. Graham and Melvin L. 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