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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 16, 1966
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Uythtvffl* (Ark.) Courier Wtwi - fctunUy. July It. 1««- P«»« Astro * Forecast logical ty CAKKOLL 3 Mi-NlluM ffo detcnnlnt rout turut:it» auU iar»(rapn oppuiite lain, which 'Delude rnur birtb daU SUNDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day and evening in which you find that spiritual fnd other Sunday pursuits are by far the best outlets in which you can engage and through which you can gain the goodwill of others as well as have a considerable amount of growth and development within yourself. Finish whatever stands in way of your success. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Follow that inclination to help your own kin, since this makes your own position more tenable. • Questions will be asked to which you have the right answers. _____ 'Show wisdom, kindness. ]jf e so that tutu TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) more lucrat jve. Soul -.searching, study into new philosophies, meeting new personalities are all ideal today and you would do well to show that you are mentally alive. A short trip with kin or pals later is. fine, also. Be cheerful, enthusiastic about the future. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You are thinking very clearly and can delve into some new interest that will add to your abundance appreciably. Conferring with clever business person brings wonderful help. Find ideal modus operand!. MOON fflLDREN (June 22 to July 21) Concentrating upon your finest aims shows you how to attain them very easily and in a swift fashion. Dress in good taste and be off to social gatherings. State ideas to right persons. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Some planning and studying for advancement is b e s t now instead of plunging into things haphazardly. Then real success is possible. Use finest talents in assisting those who have problematical worries. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Spending some time and effort in assisting good Mends who think you probably have almost forgotten them is wise now. Have a little dinner party. Be generous with money, but quiet- y LlBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Show largesse. You must do something con- «"™»>™ '" structive about increasing prestige and good will you now enjoy. Get in touch with persons of influence who want to know you better. Show that you have talent — don't be bashful. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You must cultivate persons of great wisdom and intellect if you want to start a new beginning toward greater success. A good fellow will give you fine advice, backing if you state _ aims Be straightforward. you like, not SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to have to force. Dec. 21) If you show higher-ups that you will do your utmost to carry through with their ideas, you get along just fine today. Your intuition is working very nicely. Make speedy headway. Be sure you attend church services. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Now you know hat others desire of you and can combine your efforts with theirs to a logical and successful conclusion Many things turn up that show how best to proceed. Show that you are ethical and just in all matters. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) A day for truly living the Golden Rule so that you are a definite source of inspiration to others. They need a good example just at this time. Plan new week's activities in P.M. so that all rolls along beautifully like the finest motor car. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Fine individuals and interesting outlets can be yours on this fre« day to enjoy and cultivate, so be somewhat choosy. Use your talents wisely. Evening can be especially worthwhile and bring benefits. ' IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY There will be a good deal of sensitivity in this nature and you must early point out that one must not feel that others are inimical just because there is some constructive criticism - on the contrary instead. The merchandizing field is finest here on whatever is connected with serving the public in general. An excellent book in this chart, also, whether a man or a woman. This could also be a career. lac. AND THE LITTLE HOUSE GREW whole new world opening uo to you in which your creative ;s can be expressed more s-as- factorily. Also, your relations with teenagers will improve, you will find a romantic delight that opens new interests. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Contact friends you want to be with in P.M. for recreation in A.M., and this settles your mind to putting forth finest capabilities intelligently. Buy a lovely gift for your wife or husband. Be of a peaceful attitude. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Devote much thought and energy to pleasing immediate kin. It will bring good results. Perk up surroundings, too. Some new outlet or personality enters your life so that future becomes Jar lore lucrative. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Paying a little visit to regular pals or the trade ingratiates you further into their good graces. Sit down to important croer-s pondence as well. Make much headway in your own particular line of endeavor. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) By elevating your consciousness, you find you can achieve far more in the days ahead than has been possible heretofore. There is n 0 1 h i n g wrong with being ambitious. Get On the beam! LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You are highly magnetic and can accomplish a great deal if you use a positive method and are cheerful, courteous with others. Joining some club or other is good for your morale and increasing business potential. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Finding a more efficient system under which to operate in the future will bring increased success, provided your hours are nicely panned ahead. Be of assistance to others. This is just your cup of tea. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Concentrating upon the scoial in company of congenials brings both pleasure and benefits, especially in afternoon. Individuals you meet today can loom large on tomorrow's horizon. tow largesse. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Delving into matters civic are most important since they also will have a bearing on your personal life. Many situations occur so that you become more Why Foreign Aid EDITOR'S NOTE-The Associated Press has just completed a survey in < which average newspaper readers ; across the country were asked what interested or troubled them most about the world today. A series of readers' questions were selected from the poll. This article on foreign aid is the last of several dealing with those ques- The Little House, is getting bigger. It had to. Two rooms and a kitchen just wasn't enough room, for the Girl Scouts of Blytheville. So another room is being added on the back. When it first started, the building project looked like it would be a community project, the Mississippi Carpentry School, under the direction of Henry Woods, donated free labor. And Mayor Jimmy Edwards told the Girl Scouts they could get free lumber from the City Dump. . But before the community effort ended. The project has been left mainly to three women, Mrs. Edwin Weedman, Mrs. Leland Wells and Mrs. Julian Walker. They haul the lumber rom the Durnp^ pull the nails ut of the lumb'er, and spent most of their mornings and af- ernoons working on the addi- on. . , "The girls need the room and lere's no place else they can IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN BLYTHEVILLE AND GRAHAM SUDBURY AS TRUSTEE PLAINTIFFS VS. No. 16854 ORRAINE C. EADES DEFENDANT WARNING ORDER The defendant, Lorraine C. ades, is hereby warned to ap- ear in this Court within thirty 30) days and answer the Com- laint of the Plaintiffs herein, md upon her failure so to do, aid Complaint will be taken as onfessed. WITNESSS my land as Clerk f the Chancery Court for the Jhickasawba District of Missis- ippi County, Arkansas, and the eal of said Court on this the 4th day of July, 1966 . . GERALDINE LISTON, Circuit Clerk By: Betty Coats, Deputy Iraham Sudbury influential in the days ahead, find your right niche in life. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Be more active in such things as can make you stronger, both physically and spiritually. New interests can be found your abundance. Do the things you like, not those that you ave to force. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Tap your subconscious for the right outlets to pursue, and be sure to meet all obligations on time for which you have contacted. Delight some close tie. Perform some task that is difficult for him, or her. 15 N. Second Street Blytheville, Arkansas Utorney for Plaintiff Marcus Evrard 18 W. Walnut St. Slytheville, Arkansas ittorney-Ad-Litem 7-16, 23, SO, 8-6 AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb 19) See what associates mos: want from you and know jus what you are capable of execu ting, then carry through relig iously. Cooperation does thi trick. Study well to know youi own abiity. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20 Doing those tasks that mos please, you get best results i you know Kiat allies approV' thoroughly, both as to methoi and motive. See thst your abod office, shop, etc. are more neat charming. Labor efficiently. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ne, or she, will b one of those charming littl children who early feels a littl superior to his fellow friem student, etc., and this is fine provided it is not carried to far, since it builds up the egc no matter what the backgrount exalted or otherwise. Any wor connected with the governmen or the public in general woul be an ideal outlet upon'hiaturil The dignity here is a worth while adjunct in any profession- Give finest education possible. NEED RAT CONTROL MYSORE, India (AP) - A government ministry for rat and infestation control was proposed by Dr. H. A. B. Parpia, MONDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES! Put your ideas on the highest possible plane now and you ar« able to see with real clarity « NEWS QUIZ MAP ANSWERS YANKS FACE TRIAl—Re ports from Hanoi say 6( captured U.S. airmen wil he tried as criminals by a special court. (7) DIES FOR LOVE?—The mat ing season is given as the probable reason why Namu Seattle's famed killer whale charged into the steel ne of his waterfront pen, be came entangled and drowned. (2) DIG THAT CHANNEL—Britain and France agree to build a tunnel underneath the English Channel, linking Calais and Dover (8) CONFIDENCE VOTE — James R. Hofia, facing a 13- year jail term, is re-elected to five-year term as president of the Teamsters go to have their'meetings and social gatherings,' ' explained Mrs. Weedman, ' wfto is neighborhood chairman of the Girl ' Scouts. . • "We'll get the 6utside f finished but we won't get the inside o] the room done without more labor and supplies," Mrs. Weedman sighed. lions. By LEWIS GULICK WASHINGTON (AP) - "Why are we giving all this foreign aid, and can we expect some- ting in return?" a reader asks. The United States has shelled out |120 billion in foreign aid since World War II, and the government rates the money well spent in the U.S. national interest. Apparently many Americans think so too since they have continued to elect representatives who vote, roughly ?S billion a year for overseas assistance. But there has been enough opposition in Congress to keep the figure from going even higher. nininiiiiiiniiiiiin Love Will Find a Way ^Abigail (Jan KJu Mr. and Mrs. Claude Henderson of Osceola were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Kelch Sunday. Miss Peggy Kelch returned to Arkansas State after spending the weekend with her par-' and Mrs. W. M. iren (McNaniht tyndluta Inc.) Illllllllilimiimmiuiimiimi ,,,i.nunii»ll«ll DEAR ABBY: Our son, Who served with the marine corps in Viet Nam, canM home last month. As you can imagine, Don was pretty well tuckered out, so he just sat around the house resting and getting use to civilian life again. He also taught'our parakeet how to Swear. Now fun is fun, but you should hear what he taught that bird to say! What if the preacher drops ! i. one Sunday afternoon? DON'S MOTHER DEAR MOTHER: Get another parakeet and teach it how to pray for the one that swears. DEAE ABBY: What do you think of parents who have decided to call it quits after 51 years of marriage? They have four married children, thirteen grandchildren and three great - grandchildren. They were never exactly lovebirds, but-it never came to a real separation before. 1 am the eldest daughter and Mama called me and told me to come and get her as Papa moved to *. motel and Union in Miami convention. (3) Beach . . . director of the government food research institute. He said rats in India consume as much food as 400 million people. (Read Courier News Classifieds) tuiivciinw". w; WINS ELUSIVE TITLE—Jack Nlcklaus hauls in the only world's major golf pro title which had eluded him—the British Open—at Muirfield, Scotland. (9) LIFETIME JOB GONE—Indonesia Congress strips Su- karno of his "president- f«r-lif«" title and practically all bis remaining power. KO CONTEST—Soviet track and basketball teams cancel U.S. meets In protest of U.S. "aggression" in North Viet Nam. (10) IS PER CENT LOSS—U.S. officials estimate bombing raids destroyed 95 per cent of Hanoi'! oil installations. (5) WILL POWER FAST—Angus Barbierl of Dundee, Scotland, sheds 293 of his 472 pounds by not eating • meal in 392 days. (1) 00 - IT • YOURSELF — Communist China hedges on troops for North Viet Nam, wing "people's wars" em be won only If "the people Mly OB UwnjRlve*." (6) IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUN. TY, ARKANSAS. FEDERAL NATIONAL MORT GAGE ASSOCIATION AND MARCUS EVRARD, AS TRUSTEE PLAINTIFFS VS. No. 16776 VIRGIL L. CHRESTMAN AND THELMA L. CHRESTMAN; ED ROLESON, JR., AND La VERNE C ROLESON AND CURTIS S CORDER AND JOYCE DIANNE CORDER, DEFENDANTS' NOTICE OF SALE Pursuant to the provisions o; a Decree rendered by the Chan eery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County Arkansas, on June 27, 1966, it a cause therein pending am numbered 16776 on the docke of said Court, Wherein Federa National Mortgage Associatior ; Plaintiff and Virgil L Chrestman and Thelma L Chrestman, et <, were Defenc ants, I, the undersigned Com missioner, within lawfu nours on the 6th day o£ August 1966, offer for sale at publi auction to the highest and bes bidder, upon a credit of thre months, at the front (south door of the Courthouse in th City of Blytheville, Arkansa. the following described prop erty: Lot Thirteen (13), Block Four (4), East End Development Company, a subdivision in the City of Blytheville, Arkansas. The Purchaser at said sale wi be required to give bond wi approved security to secure th payment of his bid, and lien will also he retained o the property therefor. GERALDINE LISTON, Commissioner in.Chancery GRAHAM SUDBURY 115 North Second Street Blytheville, Arkansas ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFFS 7-16, 23, 30 Luxora News By Mrs. A. J. Hill !l!illlllllllllllllllltlllllll[l[lllllliiii»IIIUINIIIIilll!»ii. he wasn't going to stay in le house alone. It's been three lays, and Papa is still holed up in the motel. My oldest brother called >apa and asked what he hould tell people. Papa said, 'Tell them I've entered my econd childhood and I have he measles!" Then he slammed down the telephone. What should we tell people and how can we get them back ogether? tiviBAKRASSED DEAR EMBARRASSED: Papa's explanation will do. Tell them nothing. "Love will find a way. DEAR ABBY: i was born 35 years ago . a midwestern state at a home for unwed mothers. As an infant I was adopted by a wonderful couple, and we moved away. This fall my husband and I are banning a vacation to the midwest and find we will be near the city of my birth. My adoptive parents have both passed away, but my real mother is still living. I have full information on how to reach her. Being a woman, I am naturally curious. I have not decided whether I would met her face to face and identify myself" or whether I would arrange to meet her without letting her know who I was. Or should I just forget the whole thing? I have no intention of intruding on her life or causing her any unhappiness or enbarrassment Perhaps you or one of your readers who have experienced something • like this can help me decide. JUST CURIOUS DEAR CURIOUS: If you sincerely wish to cause your real mother no unhappiness or embarrassment, I advise you to forget the whole thing. It would be hardly worth the risk to merely satisfy your curiosity. CONFIDENTIAL TO SEPTEMBER BRIDE: If you are concerned only with what you will get out of the marriage, your marriage will fail. You may never be divorced, but your marriage will fail nevertheless. 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 Occassions." ents, Mr. Kelch. Mrs. Louise Camp of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Kelch of Holland, Mich., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Kelch Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kelch and children of Holland, Mich., and Eugene Kelch and children of Chicago also visited Mr. and Mrs. Kelch over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lind of Blytheville were guests of Mrs. A. J. Hill Wednesday. R. P. Rush of Greenwood, Miss., was a guest of his son, Hubert Rush, and family last weekend. Robert Henderson and children of Blytheville visited his mother, Mrs. W. M. Kelch, and family Sunday. Woman's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church met Tuesday with seven members in attendance. The study was entitled, "Liv ing in Such an Age." . Hostess was Mrs. Ned Fardeecey. Down the years, the basic argument by the executive branch, whether Democratic or Republican, has been tiiat aid to others Is vital for U.S. security. Of the $1.8 billion in U.S. military aid planned for next year, about tbree quarters Is earmarked for countries on the rim of the Communist block, from Turkey to South Korea, to help them keep three million men under arms. All told, some $36 billion worth of U.S. military assistance has been supplied to other nations since V-J Day. This includes the large amounts for West Europe's defense build-up after the birth of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization in 1949. Economic aid is officially related to U.S. security en grounds that communism, or conditions of turbulance dangerous to the. United States, stand less chance in lands where the people enjoy rising living standards. Massive postward American aid focused first on rebuilding industrialized Western Europe through the Marshal Plan. Now it concentrates on the undeveloped lands of South America, Asia, and Africa. The economic aid total so far is about $84 billion. In addition to the generalizec arguments for foreign aid, U.S diplomats prize it as a tool to boost U.S. influence in particular situations. They use it as one means of establishing a U.S presence in a country. And thej figure a few dollars or foo< [shipments applied — or with held — at opportune moments can add a lot of weight to their talks at foreign ministries. Some aid applicants see com within thirty days In the court named 'n the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Janet S. Duncan, f Dated this 15th day of July, 966, at 10:30 o'clock A.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D.C,,; Guy Walls, Attorney Ed B. Cook, Atty Ad Litem 7-16, 23, 30, 8-8 WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chick- isawba District, Mississippi bounty, Arkansas. Lela M'irrel Gevedon .Plaintiff, vs. No. 16857 Charles C. Gevedon, Defendant The defendant, Charles C. Gevedon, is hereby warned to ap- >ear within thirty days in the :ourt named in the caption lereof and answer the com- ilaint of the plaintiff, Lela Murrel Gevedon. Dated this 14th day of July, 1966 at 1:20 o'clock P.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D. C. Leon Burrow, Attorney James W. Steinsiek, Atty Ad Litem 7-16, 23, 30, 8-6 Remember Pay Your raper Boy ELECT States. They cite the purchas of U.S. goods wiU) aid dollars ncreased trade with countries as their economies grow, anc opportunities opened for U.S companies and products. Another element in foreign aid is humanitarian. Religious and other groups favoring help by the rich to Sie poor long have supported overseas assistance programs. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Janet S. Duncan, Plaintiff, vs. No. 16859 James D. Duncan, Defendant The defendant, James D. Duncan, is hereby warned to appear Ralph E. Wilson" PROSECUTING ATTORNEY + Ralph Wilson was born, reared and lives .at Osceola, Mississippi County, Arkansas. * Educated in Osceola P u o 11 e Schools. BA deiree Union Unn«- stty. IXB deite* Vanderbllt Unl- • Tersity. ' * He Is 44 years old, married and father of 3 children. * Practiced laff in Osceola since .1949. * Former City Attorney and Deputy Prosecuting Attorney. Woman's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church met Tuesday with nine members attending. After the business session, a Royal Service program on "Mis sionary Message of the Bible" was presnted. Mrs. Herbert Rush served as hostess. Card Of Thanks We would like to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to our many friends for every act of kindness shown us during the illness and death of our neloved wife tnd mother, Mrs. C. W. Knipple. Thank you for every word of comfort, visits, food and beautiful flowers. We wish to thank Dr. C. B. Holcomb, Dr. L. L. Hubener and nurses at Doctors Hospital, also Rev. \V. J. Clayton and Rev. H. C.thompson. May God richly bless each one of you i* our prayer. The Knipple Family Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Campbell of St. Louis have returned home after visiting Mrs. Florence Rush for several weeks. They also visited in Eureka Springs. C. E. Milloway was a guest of his brothers and families, Mr. and Mrs.- A. J. Milloway of Gurdon and Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Milloway of Benton, last week. Mrs. Bob Bowers of Chicago was a weekend guest of Mrs. Ollie Howard.' Mr. and Mrs. S. Gordon Of Chicago are .guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Howard for several days. Miss Lou Ann Bowers of St. Louis has been the guest of Mrs. Ollie Howard for several weeks. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Bowers, of Ironton, Mo., will arrive and accompany her home. Marion J. Lewis of Chicago is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Howard. Miss Janice Leigh is visiting friends in Beaumont, Tex. "Let Justice roll down ai the waters and righteousness as * mighty itream" Amoi eh. 6-14. ELECT IRNFST L (£. L.) HOLLAWAY Circuit Judge Position No. 1 Second Judicial Diitrict Corning Dedicated to (air and Impartial trials GENERAL MACHINE WORK & WELDING • TOOL AND DIE WORK • HEAT TREATING • ENGINEERING And DESIGNING BARKSDALE 325 South Broadway Manufacturing and Machine Works PO 2-2911 MIAMI (AP) - The U. S. Indian Bureau gradually is per suading the Seminoles living in the Florida Everglades to move from their thatch Chickees into more modern housing. Electric stoves and refrigerators are provided with the new homes, but these appear to have far less appeal than tele- provided. Some Seminoles have bought sets while they continue to cook oulsid* over an open fire. Ask Your Lawyer BRUCE BULLION far the SUPREME COURT POSITION NO. Pol. Ad F»ld For By Oftu Fmdler, Bbert Johiuon, P«n Burg*. tM OtrdW-!;

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