The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 17, 1966 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 17, 1966
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Hyffievflta (Art.) Courier New -, Saturihy, September IT, TM- Ptf» Wrtf '6 Forecast By CAKKULL tUUUl. 3 McNuiftt to d««rmm« rum tureuu o«u F«r*|»pli opposlU tutu, which 'ncluU. rour blrtfc <UU SUNDAY , GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day and evening which are fine for notions, individuals, etc. to help find that peace on earth and good will towards men that is deeply imbedded in the heart of each of us. Fixed benefits can follow getting into whatever is vital'to your welfare and happiness and gaining the assistance of all bout you. ARIES (Mr. 21 : to Apr. 19) Use your fine intuition to show you how best to deal with partners in the future. Set a precise course for yourself! Forget all those high-fallutin' ideas and be helpful to those at home to best of your ability. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Decide what course is best to follow so that you come to real understanding with associates, and you find you get much help when most needed. Show appreciation for loyalty of mate. Or it could also be your best friend. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You now know how to handle that big project best tho it gave you a headache earlier and you can achieve much success, even fame. Some help you can give to others could bring fine benefits later. But do it for the love of humanity. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Some idea can make hobbies or other - amusements more satisfying at this time. This is a good day to go out with fascinating individual you just met. Be a little mysterious. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Some.] sacrifice on your part could make your family's life infinitely happier, so be sure you show you are devoted. Forget pleasure for now and do some studying. This can improve your career. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) A mprejinquisitive mind is need ed'if yaira1r*>to make greater strides in any field of your endeavor, so be out seeing, talking to people, going to meetings, etc. Regular pals are busy, anyway. Become a more inter^ esting person. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) By elevating your consciousness you can get yourself into higher financial brackets and increase present security' appreciably. Plan now. take time to analyze your property well, see where to make improvements, etc. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You can gain some aim today that was impossible for you to do yesterday, so get busy and success comes. Show that you are very charming. Getting those new plans operating is only a matter of determination. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Ideal day for study of whatever is very worthwhile, so get books, records, etc. in order. Evening can then be a most happy, romantic time. Fine harmony, understanding is possible with loved one. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan, 20) If you expect to get cooperation for pet plan in mind, you have to assist others with theirs. So, get together today and talk Making new and valuable contacts is also possible. Be social. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb 19) Join with others in some civic matter that is of important value right now, especially in your community. Take your rightful place in the scheme of things. Planning new week's activities tonight is wise. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Several things open up for you today that help to give you a more optimistic outlook on life Take fee time to talk over with a clever, seasoned person wha you wish to accomplish in the future. Follow.advice. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he, or she, will be one of those tenacious Individ uals who once the "mind is made nimnniiiaiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiB Social Security Did the Trick / n i n Van KJure/i (IlcNatuht Inulluu lac. DEAR ABBY: I am a 47- year-old woman who has been married for nearly 30 years to a 56-year-old railroad man. We have nine grown children. You may not believe this, but my husband has left me {or a 62-year-old woman. Will you please tell me what this old lady could possibly offer him that I can't? VERA DEAR VERA: Social security, maybe. DEAR ABBY: I have never told anyone about my problem because I wouldn't want it known that it bothers me, but it does. I have been married for many years to a wonderful woman whose sisters have married very well. I have always made a fairly good living, but I am not in their class financially. I have attended many family weddings, anniversary parties, and any number of elaborate family celebrations where professional photographers have been hired to take pictures of the guests. These pictures are later made into albums. Well, from looking at these albums you would never know I was even there. Can it be "coincidence" that I am always excluded? Sign this, "The Little Man Who... ...WASN'T THERE" DEAR MAN: Possibly. The best pictures of family celebrations are usually "candid." And if the same people seem to show up in almost every picture, you can be sure they stuck their faces in every shot possible. It's to your credit that you did not. DEAR ABBY: I am 15 years old and I don't care if I never see my 16th birthday. I am 5 ft. 9 and weigh 172 pounds, I hate being taller than all the boys my age. Sure, people say, "Watt a few years, they'll grow." But what is a girl supposed to do in the meantime? I know I am over- weight, but why should I diet? As long as I'm so tall that I haven't a chance with a boy, I might as well enjoy myself. I am so mixed up and have made such a mess of myself, I wish I were dead. Is there any hope for me? WISH I WERE DEAD DEAR WISH: Anyone who asks, "Is there any hope for me?" knows deep down in his heart that there is. Yon possess two of the most precious things in the world. Youth and health. And you wish you were dead! Tell your parents yon want to see a doctor for a physical check-up and a sensible diet. Go, listen to him, and heed bis advice. Once you shed those unsightly pounds and emerge from that hateful cocoon, you will like yourself better. And I promise you, you'll be well on the road to enjoying life and living it more fully. up, eu accomplish alnwet any bittf under the tun, so be ture give a combined count of education that will be both practical and ethical, and that only the finest persons and conditions are about from earliest days, since environment is very important to this naturally fine ndividual. A great scientist lere. . MONDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES! Excepting for social or roman- ;ic matters this new week can be begun in a very positive and ortiiright manner with a great deal of value done quickly and with more than usual ease and facility. You have more energy which should be placed in very desirable channels in which event most anything c a n be made to work. AIRES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Findings new ways to accomplish what you have in mind and going to new sites brings greater enlightenment. Be willing to make any changes, if you believe them to be best. Right persons will approve. Be diplomatic, though. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Keeping promises you have made in A.M. is vital. While your systems are good, they can stand improvement and revaluation. A sincere show of devotion to loved one is preferably to too much sentiment. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Others will co-operate with you more if you are not forceful with higher-ups. Do whatever has been impossible to do ere this. Then off together for an exceedingly good time. Show appreciation. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You best show that you are devoted by carrying through with what is expected of you by that person importanl in your life. Stop quibbling anc less deliberation. Then you get desired results, more success in life. JAMESTOWN, R.I. (AP) Mrs. William D. Eddy, 70, complained to state authorities ibout having to pay a $2 ferry are to go to Newport to take a required auto driver's test. The State Public Works De- lartment sent her a free roundtrip ticket. VICTORIA, B.C. (AP) - John V. Keandy of Portland, Maine, las been elected president of he International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions. CONFIDENTIAL TO "READY, WILLING AND ABLE: Many people gamble on horses, why not gamble on people? For instance a man in your position could: 1. Offer employment to someone who has served a prison term; 2. Extend additional credit to someone who has suffered financial reverses; 3. Believe in a .person even after he has told an untruth; 4. Be willing to forgive and forget after a bitter quarrel. P. S. I am indebted to Rabbi Bernard S. Raskas for this priceless bit of wisdom. 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 11 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90069, for Abby's booklet, "How to Write Letters for All Occasions." NEWS BRIEFS NASHVILLE, Tdenn. (AP) !.L. Turner thought he had a good hiding place for $400 in :urrency — wrapped in a napkin, placed in a plastic bag, dropped into a metal container and left beneath frozen foods in a locked freezer. Turner told police a thief got his $400 - plus about $250 worth of frozen food. JACKASS FLATS, Nav. (AP) — A 107-ton diesel locomotive with television cameras and two mechanical arms arrived recently at the nuclear rocket development station after a 90- mile trip from Las Vegas, at three miles an hour on a truck trailer with 43 wheels. The $2-million "monster" will be used to carry rocket engines into disassembly testing. sheds after LEGAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed propouli for th« contraction of a water diitrlbu- ion system including deep well, distribution cystem, elevated water tank, and treatment plant will be received by the Dogwood Community Water Association, Inc., Blytheville, Arkan, at the office of the Consulting Englneei until 7:30 P.M. I.S.T., October 7,1966,' at which ime the bids will be publicly opentv. and read aloud. Bids received after said time will >e returned unopened. Bid openings to be at the Dogwood Community House, Highway 61 Blytheville, Arkansas. Copies of the Plans and Specifications and other Contract Documents are on file at Kouri Radio and T;V., Highway 61, Blytheville, Arkansas and the Consulting Engineers office, Skelton Engineers, Inc., 109 Kennel, Street, Ker ett, Missouri and are available for pubic inspection. Copies of the Plans and Specifications may je obtained from the Consulting Engineers upon a deposit of Thirty Dollars '$30.00) for each set. Bidders are hereby notified that it shall be the successful bidder's responsit ty to conform to all provisions of Executive Order No. 10925 as included therein, and any and all provisions of any wage rate schedules required, and all requirements of the General Conditions of these Specifications. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check or cashier's check on a solvenl bank, or a bidder's bond executed by the bidder and a surety LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Be sure to keep promises to anofc er and you increase happiness which has been rather a stranger to you lately. Find that ingenious plan that perfects hobby. Carry through with it in a spontaneous and deliberate way VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Know what it is you need to have a more secure position in life and you find that close ties can have wonderful ideas to proffer on this score. Don't hi so prejudiced. Have a more open mind in the future. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Impress upon those with whom you work or are your partners that you will do whatever wil make . your joint efforts more harmonious and efficient. Keep that important appointment. Get desired results. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Getting right to work on money matters in A.M. sees you increasing abundance appreciably. Make any improvements to property, systems, etc. tha mean increasing value, output 3e sure your car is in good run ning order. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) You are able to attain almost any goal you set your mind to today, so pick your tar get and shoot for it in a positive manner. Your ideas are numbered in your mind. Put each one to work methodically. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Repairing machinery, clearing up problems are important in A.M. Have patience and show that you are willing to compromise a little for the sake of getting back on the beam. Then air eases up for you. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Good companions want you to go along with their ideas, which is fine, since they concern the social and this is right up your alley. Be the wonderful Aquarian who brings friends together, etc. Be happy. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) An early start to look for that new job or get the credit you need will see you getting right results. If you have time to do some civic work, do it by all means. Keep busy improving your position in life. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he, or she, will be one of those fascinating persons who will want to know all about different philosophies, beliefs of others, those of different countries, etc. There is a very inquiring mind here and a desire to know what makes other people tick. Slant the education along such lines and the success should be considerable, especially in the field of education or in writing, lecturing, etc. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The United Indian War Veterans of the U.S.A closed its annual convention recently with an admonition by an Indian chief that a battle remains to be ran. "You have ended your war,' said Chief Rupert COsto of the Cahuilla band of California Indians, but Indians still must win "our great battle, a battle for justice, release from autocratic government controls, the chance to shape our own destiny." SHELBURNE, N.S. (AP) — Mr. and Mrs. B.. Davenport o Henderson, N.C, were driving on a highway near here recently when a 1,000-pound bull moos charged their car They were shaken up and their car wa badly damaged. The moose was killed. (Read Courier News Classifieds) KNAPP SHOES Malcolm R. Johnston 1104 Laurant Ave. CaruthersviHe, Mo. LEARN TO PLAY HAMMOND ORGAN IN OUR ADULT EVENING CLASSES 8 Weeks $8. You Need Not Own An Organ Begins Man., Oct. 3 Class No. 1 - Beginning organ, for the beginner who has no previous musical training or who has had training on a non - keyboard instrument. Wednesdays, 7:30 to 9:00 pjn. Bill Hurst, Instructor. FREE PRACTICE TIME AT OUR STUDIOS (Some Evening Times Avail.) Have Fun Playing Hammond Organ ENROLL NOW At BILL HURST PIANO & ORGAN CO. Plaza Shopping Center Ph. PO 3-9505 company licensed to do business in the State of Arkaniai, in the sum of 5% of the amount of the bid. The' bond Is .-equlred as a guarantee that if the bid accepted, .1 contract will be Immediately entered into and the performance of it properly secured. The successful bidder will be required to execute Performance Bond in the amount of 100% of the contract price. Proposal form must be properly filled out and must not be letached from the Specifications. Bidders must have had previous experience in construction of (his 'ype. All bidders must be licensed contractors, as required by the State of Arkansas. Bidders name and license Roxy Theatre Blytheville Adm. 25c - 50c Saturday & Sunday "IN THE COOL OF THE DAY" With Jane Fonda & Peter Finch PLUS 'The Horror ot H All" With Pat Boone & Lon Chaney number must be placed on the envelop* containing: the bid. Award will be made on the lowest and best bid, if awarded. The Owner reserve • the right to reject any or all bids and to waive informalities in bids. By Order of Board of Director! By: Ralph Kouri, Jr., President ATTEST: W. W. Austin, Secretary 9-10, 17, Z4, 10-1 limm man nnnmninniinvivnnHmnnii mi IIIIIH HI QUICK QUIZ Q — When was baseball'* "Little League" organized? A — 1939, a century after ttM date of baseball's origin. • Q — Who was the first woman Cabinet member in th« United States? A — France! Perkins, appointed secretary of labor in 1933. SAT. MIDNITE SHOW After Lolita, Candy & Kitten Comes "LOLLIPOP" Or Mr*. Buddy Howard Short and to the point. Every one has heard the «cjjce«.~i doc. It has more meaning than most people may expect; Let's think about it— • . -f. Our eyes and ears see and hear tens of thousands off words evei-y day. In advertising alone, the average family sees or hears more than 1,500 ads a day. Most of what we> see and hear Is quickly forgotten, Why Is this? These illus-^ trations may help to explain. Compare the nature of these tens of thousands of words with the number and nature of the world's most widely known words. The Lord's Prayer has only 56 words! The most important piece of writing the world has ever seen hat only 297 words—The Ten Commandments. There are only 300 words in the Declaration of Independence! Lincoln's immortal Gettsburg address has only 266 words! St. John wrote, j'Jesus wept". Just two words, but they gtir one'i feeling with understanding. „ For further comparison, in the OPA days, a written; order covering the price of a head of cabbage had almost 27000 words! Get the point? We think you will ... MRS. BUDDY HOWARD, HOWARD FUNERAL HOME. This Week's Special Canterbury Elegant White " Ripple" Prices good thru Tue., Sept. 20. Limit right reserved. U.S. Choice Tenderay CHUCK STEAKS U.S. Choice Tenderay BOSTON ROLL Thrifty SLICED BACON Smoked PICNICS Armour WEINERS With Each $5.00 Purchase f I I U ^i \J I U. S. Choice Tenderay STEAK Delmonte PEACHES Jiffy CAKE MIX BANANAS Save on YOUR Favorite Shortening KROGO 3-lb. C 39 C 49 RED POTATOES with coupon and $5.00 additional purchase, excluding tobacco. c: with this coupon and.$5.00 ad- i= dlttonal purchase. Good thru «= Tue. Sept. 20. BREAD Kroger Frozen ORANGE JUICE

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