The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 24, 1966 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 24, 1966
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Ten Blytheville (Art.) Courier New» - gaturiiy, September H, If* Astrofy * Forecast igical CAHBOU. itium: Co determine youi lurecab now paragraph opposite dates, wWcS Include vmir blrtb d*t* SUNDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day when such bizarre and unusual happenings can be occurring that it is advised that you make a special point to really Syndicate Inc. bridge of decision or impulsve action. However, the evening finds a much more favorable set of conditions that can improve your whole existence by using well. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) You may feel that you are so Food Goes to Her Hecfd Van Bu rtn .Illlllllln maKe a Special yumi lu ««.«••/ IUU inc.; »«->-> —-; j — live the Golden Rule and hold, imposed upon during day tnai steady to accepted principles you hardly know what to do, so and modes of conduct or you (keep busy at routines and all is eould easily get yourself in a «-» <i»* ™™ «!"« working real pickle. Show friends that you are truly devoted without wanting anything. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Any problematical social affairs can be straightened out very ideally now if you show diplomacy and are fair and just with all, especially yourself. Live the Golden Rule, particularly where friends are concerned. Be true. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Instead of losing your temper with a higher-up, a courteous and understanding attitude will be more effective. Trying to be forceful with anyone at all is bad. Reason clears up all errors of any sort GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Attending services of your choice, or reading enlightening philosophical or scientfic works can open your eyes to far greater achievements in the days ahead. Be inspired. Accept worthwhile invitations with grace. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Your intuitive faculties are working very well, if you attune yourself to the spiritual. Get affairs in better order. B.egracious with mate who makes necessary demands. LBO (July 22 to Aug. 21) If you confer with allies you can map out a more practical course that will increase bene- fine. Get new ideas working constructively in P.M. Forget the romantic for now. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Usually reliable friends can disappoint in A.M. since they have pressures of their own, but tonight are most helpful. Be more independent and work away by yourself very efficiently. Evening fine for sociability. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) If you are forceful in any way with higher-ups during day, this could get you into trouble, but tonight you can fare very nicely with them. Show you have unusual ability. Get c r e d i t improved in A.M. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Your ideas for advancement are a bit out of line during day, but evening clarifies them so that you know just how to put them in operation. Hold back the reins. Then ease them up tonight. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Showing appreciation for those who have given you valuable advice, brings further aid, and even tho some of it was not applicable to you. Discharge your obligations well. Evening augers well romantically. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22 Try to be agreeable during day and you find that tonight others will back you loyally also. Touchy associates could fly off DEAR ABBY: I just have to lose weight or I will go crazy. I have tried starving, dieting (with and without a doctor's supervision), e x e r- cise, pills, shots - nothing works. I even started smoking INSTEAD of eating. I did lose weight, but I got so nervous I couldn't sleep at night, so I had a hypnotist treat me for smoking. He got me off cig- arets, but I started to drink fits, make your work more en- jj, e handle during business joyable. Just one unkind word hours. By evening they are in a like a fish. By the time he cured me of drinking I was my old fat self again. Last evening was the payoff. My husband took me to a dress-up affair. I wore a girdle that pushed my spare tire UP, and a bra that pushed it DOWN. I was in agony until I went to the powder room and took everything off underneath. When I zipped my dress up, the zipper broke, the seams split, and, of course we had to go home. PLEASE PLEASE help me! "FAT" DEAR "FAT:" It's back to the doctor to. you. And this time listen carefully, take his advice, and no cheating! And if HE sends you to a psychiatrist, go. What you put in your mouth is all in your head. DEAR ABBY: Just one question: How does a mother part with her child when an institution for the incurably handicapped in the only answer? A MOTHER DEAR MOTHER: She prays for the wisdom and strength to put aside all thoughts of herself, and to consider only what is best for her child. IIMIIIilllfllllllllllllllllllJllllllllllllllllllllllllllllmi...!.^!!^!!!!!' I., girl is big and strong. She sleeps until noon because she's tired out from watching the late, late shows on TV. She lays around the house all day reading trashy magazines and eating. She pays no room and board and won't even keep her own room clean. How much longer do we have to put up with her? I can't take much more of this. HADIT DEAR HAD IT: Give the girl some "required reading" - the WANT ADS. And tell her she has exactly one week in which to find a job and start working at it. Otherwise OUT! News Of Men In Service Spec-4 Wallace Needham, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. M..Needham of 1406 W. Ash, recently spent a 30-day leave with his parents before his disembarkment for Kaiser, Germany. Needham hai been assigned to the German base 'for: two yean u a communications maintenance specialist. Airman Leonard G. Chancery, son of Mrs. Robert C. Lyles of Osceola has been selected for technical training as an Air Force supply specialist at Amarillo AFB, Tex. Chancery is a 19«6 graduate of Osceola High School. could start a very unhappy argument. Be gentle. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Being of service to others where most needed can help you to gain the good will of others who mean much to you. If you are more up-to-date in your ideas, you can solve problems more quickly. Make plans now for later success. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You have to be most diplomatic today or you will not have the happy time you desire because of unfavorable conditions about. Say words that are peaceful. This can stop many an argument. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Everyone seems to be r a t h e r touchy at home so be sure you don't add any fuel to the present fire. Don't attach importance to thoughtless remarks from others. Use the salve of kindness and all is well. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 2Z to Dec. 21) Don't judge others harshly, but show understanding and kindness when the waters are turbulent. Particular care must be taken in driving certainly can get into trouble. Be courteous on the road. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) .Trying to buy your way out of : some difficulty you yourself are responsible for would do not I a bit of good. Mend your ways.' Show true contrition. Start bud- •geting in a most sensible way. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb mellow mood, tho, LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) If you clear up all those small duties ahead of you that are a bit of a bore, you can then relax and have a little fun later. Do something to improve both health and wardrobe. This is best in P.M. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Keep steady to whatever duties are ahead of you during days so that you do not lose present equilibrium through arguments, etc. Tensions ease up by evening. Live it up a bit tonight — }e romantic. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 t o Dec. 21) Being prejudiced over something at home could lead into some very serious trouble, if you permit. Speak softly, take it easy. Diplomatically ameliorate conditions there and then you find happiness. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Better not try to discuss moot points orMmpoitant matters with partners during day, since evening would make it that much easier. Be quietly firm and all is fine. Don't drive at too fast a speed. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Control yourself in your spending during day or you make big financial errors. Evening brings far better judgment. Confer with advisor in P.M. He or she, can be under pressure during day. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You have to be very careful in choice of words during DEAR ABBY: My sister sent us her 19-year-old daughter to get a job in this city. She has been here since the 2d of June and has gone job hunting only once. She claims she can't find anything. This DEAR ABBY: I don't know what your husband's line of work is, but I know he isn't a minister or you wouldn't tell everybody with a problem to go "talk to their minister." My husband is a minister and there are not enough hours in his day to do all the things expected of him. He has the financial problems of the church, Sunday s c h o o 1, sermons, hospital calls, shut- in visits, welcoming newcomers to town, funerals, consoling their families, weddings, pre-marital counseling, patching up family fights, kids n trouble, christenings, communions, and this doesn't even touch on all the community meetings and projects he is asked to help on. Tell me '.bby, who do I send my children to with their problems? And who will sit and listen to mine? WEARY IN WEST VIRGINIA A recent weekend guest o! Martha Bailey in the home of er parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cleaus Bailey, was Bill Haney of hanute Air Force Base at Ran- oul, 111. The home of Mrs. Vera Mosey was the setting Sept. 14 at :30 p.m. for a bridal shower onoring Mrs. Gerald James. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Avis spent Thursday in Memphis with Mr. nd Mrs. Paul Bauch and Mr. nd Mrs. Kenny Sellers. Recent visitors in the homes if their parents, Mr. and Mrs, AN ANNAPOLIS VISIT — Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Meacham of Manila recently visited their son John, a fourth class midshipman at the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md. Midshipman Meacham recently completed"plebe summer training at the Academy along with other members of the class 1970. 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 Angles, Cal. 90069, for Abby's booklet, "How to Write Letters for All Occasions." Stiffer Requirements Pending for 'Hams' ..T,um.» u » V uu,,. «. ™ . .-. y 0ur cnolce of woras a u ring 19) Be sure you maintain pres- daytime or there can be serious ent security instead of making I ords severance O f relation- i-n/^lnol /iriannoc af 9 timp fn \ . . r^ *.-_!_•_,» ~C*, T n. radical changes at a time of stress or dissatisfaction. Be sure to calm down. Then you see all in. its true perspective and you act' constructively. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Go over all of your facts before ships. Do more studying. Eve By STEPHEN M. AUG WASHINGTON (AP) - The Federal Communications Commission, concerned about the caliber of the nation's quarter- million amateur radio operators, may re-examine most of them. The proposal could cost the ham operators about $1 million. The rule change was suggested by the American Radio Relay League, an organization representing about 85,000 hams. In its request for the rule changes—now in the final stages of preparation—the league said there is "increasing concern., as to whether the basic pur poses and objectives of the amateur radio service, particularly those relating to technical qualifictions and proficiency,'" are being achieved. In short, the league is cftn cerned because more and more hams iiave no great interest in radio technology. Many of them, as an FCC official said recently, "just go out and buy their most hams would have to take new, stiffer tests in code and radio theory, at a cost of $4 per exam, pass or fail. Those who fail would still be allowed to operate on all frequency bands—or groups of frequencies—which they now use. 3ut they would be permitted only on certain segments of these bands. There already is one special amateur license—known as the extra class—but it conveys no "" 270,000 States, Go over all of your facts before ner js best in dea!ing w j m O th- coming to some conclusion that] and tha t one has to be prac- ning then eases up and all is e q u jp m ent, plug it into the lighl fine with everyone around you. Soc i5 e t connect the antenna and IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN operate ." TODAY ... he, or she, will need ™- = - -• to be shown that a cheerful man- is important to your well being. '.Ah" error could be very expensive. Assist those in need and you get much loyalty in return, "make wonderful friendships. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she „ will be one of those interesting young people who feels that change is very important and is always stirring things up, and could do so at the wrong moment, which Could prove very dangerous. Teach to think and study more and to persevere, be more stable. New Era interests are fine •here, and guiding others to better living is good upon maturity. Send to a prvate college, if possible. MONDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: 'The daytime is likely to bring flares of temper in world affairs 'M well as in personal lives and it is essential to stop, look and listen before crossing any ers and that one has to be practical for best results throughout the lifetime, and then you find hat your progeny can have a most successful and happy life. The intellect here is considerable, and that tendency toward dwelling on gloomy literature, etc. can be curbed through much spiritual training early. Permit to work way through college. Pekoe Pekoe Tea is the Chinese word for "white hair" and formerly was a term applied to young tea leaves covered with a white down. They sometimes scented the leaves with orange blossoms, hence orange pekoe tea. Age of Reason Age of Reason was the name given to a short period during the French Revolution. The revolutionists outlawed Christianity and formally substituted "reason" as the new deity. This is a big change from only a decade ago when most hams built at least, part of their equipment. "One can truthfully say tha the percentage of licensees who are the true tinkerer or techni cal types has been dropping,' an FCC source said. Now, with more money, mos; hams are able to buy fine, com mercially built equipment. Although hams still are required to pass tests in international Morse code and basic electronics, some FCC official feel they have not progressed a far as might be expected, considering the developments in electronics and communica tions. The result: The FCC picked up the league idea and began formulating proposed new rules The changes, if approved by the seven-man commission, woulc be the biggest overhaul of ama leur rules in 15 years. A new license grade would be established. To retain all their present operating privileges, Corpsman Lovett Navy hospital cdrpsman 2-C ohn R. Lovett, son of. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lovett, of Wilson, is one of the first men to attend the basic department of nursing at the University of Rochester, Rochester, N. Y. He was selected to attend t!je nursing department under the Navy Enlisted Nursing Education Program. The Navy pays tuition, fees and textbook costs as students pursue a bachelor ol science degree in nursing. He was graduated from Ouachita Baptist College in 1962. Corpsman Lovett had his basic training at the Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif. He spent three months in school in the Naval Hospital in San Diego and was transferred to the Naval Hospital in Key West Fla., where he has spent the past three and one-half years. ixtra privileges. Of {lams in the United [ewer than 5,000 go extra class. They would be exempt from the new exams. One FCC official said the extra class exam is about as difficult as tests for top grades of commercial radio li- Part of the FCC concern over the status of hams is related to the allocation of precious radio frequencies. Other services- maritime radio stations, aeo- nautical radio services, and international broadcasting, all would like to take over the valuable amateur frequencies. There is some feeling that til justification for reserving these frequencies for hams hinges to a considerable degree upon the value of the radio amateur to the country. FCC officials point out that hams have been valuable. Since World War I, hams have been a big Source of semi- trained personnel for the armed forces. Amateur radio also has been the first training ground for many young scientists. Hams also help the public in times of emergencies. And where international regulations permit, they handle messages between members of the armed forces and the folks back home. But if hams do not perform these services and do not continue to upgrade their skills, (ten officials fear that they will have no basis for reserving large blocks of frequencies for hams. Pressure has come from many new countries—especially those in Africa—for more international frequencies. In many an emerging nation, an interna- SCHOLARSHIP WINNER- Mary Ann Bell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Bell of Blytheville, has received an N.E.A. scholarship of. $1,200 for her freshman year al Tennessee A and I. Miss Bell was a 1966 graduate of Harrison High School. She credits Walter Short Jr. and Dr. Helen Nunn, two of her instructors, with support in securing the grant. HOLLAND NEWS By Mn. JM C. H. Bradley. and Tommy Rolf lins were Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rollins of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Avis and Mr and Mrs. Bill Avis of Ca- ruthersviile spent Thursday through Saturday at Reelfoot Lake. Mr. and Mrs, Jim Avis spent Tuesday in. Dexter, Mo., with his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Avis. Mrs. Joe Lester and Mrs. Ina May Tackett were dinner guests Friday of Mrs. Myrtle Lester of Steele. NEW MARINE — Marine Pvt. David Mathis, son o lev. and Mrs. Harvey Mathis o£ Route 1, Blytheville, has been graduated from eight weeks of recruit training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot at San Diego. Mathis will now undergo four weeks of individual combat training and four weeks of basic spcialist training before assignment to a permanent unit. Martin Robertson will be here September 26th with the FALL SHOWING of luxurious new fabrics from the world's great mills /or elegant clothes Custom Tailored by This is a great opportunity to see Unusual Fabrics ... to get expert advice on the Smart New Styles... to make your personal clothes a Status Symbol of Success ... to avail yourself of the Most Modem Technique in Existence for Fitting Clothes Correctly. ME 322 W. Main Blythevffle Budgets Are tor Keeping Wedding Custom In Buddhist wedding cere monies, rosary bracelets (called! juzu) are passed over incense, then placed over the hands of bride and bridegroom as a symbol of unity. Pardons vs. Paroles A person on parole must report, from time to time, to an individual named by the parole board; a person who has received a pardon, however, is entirely free. tional broadcasting station has become a status symbol and a means for disseminating its viewj to the worli And you con keep within your budget by cheeking the display and classified ads. You will find many bargains in food, clothing, furniture, hardware and etc. to help you balance your budget. Your local merchants have many vo/ue priced items. Check .their ads for the items that you need. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS

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