The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 18, 1966 · Page 3
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BJythwffle (Ark.) Courier New* - Tuesday, October tt, IMC Pagt ThrM Sykes FORMER RESIDENT IS PROMOTED A. G. Sykes, fromer resident of Blytheville, has been named assistant manager of the San Antonio branch office of U.S. Fidelity and Guaranty Insurance Company. Sykes joined the company in Little Rock after his graduation from the University of Arkansas School of Law in 1949. For the past seven years he has been with the Phoenix branch and was promoted to agency superintendent for Arizona in 1964, He is married to the former Faye'Cook of North Little Rock- OBITUARY • Sam Flanigan Sam Flanigan of Osceola died last night at Osceola Memorial Hospital. He was 77. He was born in Shiloh, Tenn., and had been a resident of Mis. sissippi County for eight years. • He was a retired carpenter and a member of the First Baptist Church qf Osceola. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Pearl L. Flanigan; • Four daughters. Mrs. Margaret Tarum of Memphis, Mrs. Ethlene Crum of Corinth, Miss., Mrs. Pauline Lewis of San Rafael, Cal., and Mrs. Helen Lancaster of Riverside, Cal.: A son, W.C. Flanigan of Corinth, Miss.; A sister, Mrs. Josie White of Corinth, Miss.; Two brothers, Harve Flanagan and Elmer Flanagan, both of Corinth, Miss.; Four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Services will be held at 4 p.m. Wednesday at First Baptist Church of Osceola. with Rev. Harry Jacobs and Rev. J. R. Coots officiating. Burial will be in Mississippi County Memorial Park. Cobb Funeral Home is in charge. The body will lie in state at Swift Chapel at Osceola tonight. Pallbearers will be L.C. Hartsfield Jr., Richard Tatum, Bob Lloyd, James Irby, Stan Schwartz, and Glendel Petty. Daily Record Weather U. S. Weather Bunas Agricultural service Reiser. Ark. By 8 a.m. 32 stations over the state had reported rain during the past 24 hours. Amounts were mostly from one-third to one-half inch. Portland was tops with 1.7 inches. Warren and El Dorado received more than an inch of moisture while Ozark, at the other end of the scale, only had .06 to report. The rain activity will decrease today although considerable cloudiness will remain in evidence. The approach of a rapidly! moving cold front from the northwest will likely set up some scattered showers again tonight and tomorrow. Present indications are that we cannot expect any definite clearing trend until about Thursday after the frontal system has moved through our area. During the past 24 hours cloudiness and rain have minimized the range of temperatures. Highs yesterday were generally in (he 50s while lows this morning were mostly in the 40s. Widespread rain yesterday las effectively brought to a halt iiarvest activities over the state. With cloudy skies, cool temperatures and more showers likely some areas of the state will remain too wet for harvest activities to resume before the weekend or early next week. Yesterday's high—59 Overnight low—46 Precipitation previous 24 hours (to 7 a.m. today)—.25 Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—40.70 Sunset today—5:22 Sunrise tomorrow—6:09 This Date a Year Ago Yesterday's high—88 Overnight low—59 Precipitation Jan. 1 to data—43.26 Markets Lynda Late On Job First Day NEW YORK (AP) - Career woman Lynda Bird Johnson got to work three hours late on her first day on the job, but the boss didn't raise a fuss. Robert Stein, editor of McCall's magazine, explained toj newsmen Monday that the President's elder daughter had stayed in Washington to see her parents off on their tour of the Far East. Stein said Lynda, 22, will be a writer and researcher for McCall's — "a position about as low as you can start." She reportedly will receive about $10,000 a year. Open EDO) Low Last Chicago Wheat Dec. 175% 176 174 175'/ 8 Mar. 182 182 180y» 181 May 183% 183% 182 172% Chicago Soybeans Nov. 299V4 300 297% 299& Jan. 303 303% 300'/s 30214 Mar. 306% 306% 304% 306Vi New York Stocks Texas GS 77'/i Chrysler 35V4 RCA 43% AT&T 56 Dow 60% Xerox 166'/s GM 71% Pan Amer 48'/4 Ford 42 T /s Whouse 46 US Steel 35% Curtis Pub 10% Comsat 42V4 Amer Motors 9'/i Sears 49V< Parke Davis 36% Gen. Elect 91% Beth Steel 28 Reynolds Tob 37% Standard NJ 66% Holiday Inn 32% Ark-La 33% Ark-Mo 10% ! Divco-Wayne 22% Traffic Accidents Cars driven by Glark Doss of Luxora and Tommy G. Clark of 104 Brawley were involved in an accident at Fifth and Brawley. Doss was charged with failure to yield right of way and Clark with having no driver's license. Keep Her at Arm's Length ail Van KJuren trmdluu UuJ «IWMu,N«i» Cars driven by Charles Crews of 1010 McHaney and Janet Montgomery of 1205 South Seventh were involved in an accident yesterday at Brawley and Fourteenth. Crews was charged with im 7fte most fabulous J7-/ewW wmond ELGIN of on/r jw$r$i Sodom*, because H'* *M tiny petit* figi USE YOUR CREDIT OPEN AN ACCOUNT DEAR ABBY: The other night one of the fellows who works with my husband dropped by unexpectedly with his family. They have a 16-year- year - old daughter (I'll call her "Jane") who is the age of our oldest daughter. "Jane' spent the entire evening sitting on the arm of my husband's chair. She had her arm around him, fooling with his hair, playfully fishing in his skirt pockets and generally playing up to him. I was horrified as my children watched this exhibition. Jane's parents acted as tho they thought it was cute. When they left I was white with anger. I will say my husband didn't encourage the girl, but he didn't discourage her either. We can't avoid seeing these people, but I can't take another evening like that one. How can it be avoided with- proper parking and Miss Montgomery with failure to yield right of way. Cars driven by James Weaver of Bragg City, Mo., and David Farley of 1233 South Eighth were involved in an accident Saturday at South Division and West Ash. No charges were placed. A car owned by Ethel Mae Black of 1005 South Fourteenth plowed into an outdoors "Serve- Urself" ice box in front of Presnell Grocery and Market at McHaney and South Division Saturday. Mrs. Black told police she apparently left the car, which was parked a short distance away, in "neutral" instead of 'park.' No charges were placed against Mrs. Black or her ice- cycle. A car driven by Reverse Moss, Jr., of 2113 Simmons was reported Saturday as having been damaged by a hit-and-run driver at West Rose and Sixteenth. Police are investigating. Cars driven by L. G. Nash of 1301 Chickasawba and Dorothy Treganzo of Blytheville Air Force Base were involved in an acident yesterday at Chickasawba and Thirteenth. Nash was charged with failure to yield-right-of-way. out causing hard feelings? HORRIFIED MOTHER DEAR HORRIFIED: The girl's mother should have taught her daughter long ago to find playmates her own age. But now that your husband knows how "Jane" behaves, he should good-hu- moredly keep her at arm's length. No grown man has to put up with that kind of nonsense unless he wants to. DEAR ABBY: I used to go with a real sweet boy, but I moved away. I tried to make the best of it so I made new friends. Then I got asked to a party by another boy and my first boy friend got real mad. He asked me for his ring and all the love letters he had written to me. I didn't mind giving him back his ring, but I Was wondering about the letters. I know if I send them back to him he will just rip them up because if his mother ever saw those letters he would be in real trouble. I'd like to keep his letters for memories because he was the first boy I ever loved. What do y o u suggest? WANTS MEMORIES Dear Wants: If I. were you, I'd rip up the letters because if YOUR mother ever found them, YOU might be in real trouble. DEAR ABBY: Our daughter (I'll call her Pam) is being married this Christmas and we are planning to give her a lovely big church wedding. Her older sister (I'll call Sue) was married eight years ago at a very simple wedding because that was all we could afford at the time. Our problem is that well- meaning relatives have tipped us off that Sue is very hurt because SHE didn't get anywhere near the kind of wedding we are planning for Pam and we would be wise to hold down the wedding a bit for Sue's sake. Now I am really torn. I love both girls equally and don't want hard feelings in the family. What do you think! TORN DEAR TORN: More hard feelings are caused from "tips" from well - meaning relatives than by just blundering along and doing the best you can with no inside \i Astrological *• Forecast * By CARROLL RIGHTER To determine your forecast, not» Paragraph opposite dates which include your birth date. WEDNESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: You can build up a whole new well being for yourself by being more alert to organizing your practical interests on a very sound basis. In the worle at large nations can build a new rapport with others by searching out any points of disagreement and letting each other know just what they have in mind for file future. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Contacting a most influential person can bring you the support you need for some special plan you have in mind. Later get into civic work that pleasantly adds to your prestige. Become better known. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You have gotten yourself in pretty much of a rut, but this is a good day to get into something that improves your mode of living. Confer with some very successful person. Get marvelous ideas that can be. put in operation. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21; If you must have recreation, make it the worthwhile kind, and be sure you seek informa- ' tion from trusted advisors only. Your closest tie has excellent ideas, so listen intently and in a most receptive mood. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 information. Give Pam the best wedding you can afford That's what you did for Sue. CONFIDENTIAL TO "XYZ" IN LOCKPORT, N. Y.: One never "announces." a trial separation. The husband usually quietly moves out of the house. The less talking you both do to friend the better your chances for reconciliation. How has the world been treating you? Unload your problems on Dear Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90069. For a personal unpublished reply, enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope. Just ;: inihutes from DIAMONDS ...fora girl's best friend! A diamond ring for *. man poses special prob. Jems — of taate, tile, ctylingi How well we've lolved these problems toy your "best Mend" to pic. tared hen... and ready to be seen e* Draffin Jeweler*, Modern Pair Textured Sweep $100 Newest- Traditional. Florentine:! I4kt. Begant! $300 Gold.'Exciting! $300 USE YOUR CREDIT OPEN AN ACCOUNT TAKE A YTEAR TO PAY you'll for the WHITE GLOVE TEST •with. Genuine SANDR3N Easy-toclean VINYL FLOORS You wn'f buy cm cosier cleaning vinyl floor cow- Ing I Doiens of beautiful patterns and colors, tool See our new selection todoyl jSv.$Q94 /A'xftoor molwMene; JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 100 Main St. UcNautnt Syndicate, (no. to July 21) Sit down with your partner and state how you wish to have your affairs trend in the coming days. You get co-operation if you are practical. Many fine ideas come up that should be accepted, worked on. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Ideal day to buy mechanical appliances that add to efficiency and he!p to make your work, surroundings more practical, beautiful. Beauty treatments, improving health is also important. Prolong your life span. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) A day to show others the depth of your devotion and have a wonderful time renewing old acquaintances, etc. Do some entertaining. Utilize special talents that can bring you very fine benefits. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Do whatever will make your home more charming and show that you are most loyal to kin, then you make a right and great impression on others. This begins a new uptrend. It can last far into the future. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You have a strong, clear-thinking mind and can analyze correctly what others are thinking and doing, know better where you stand with everyone. Get in touch with one you admire. Discuss your most practical ideas. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Important you impress upon others that you have fine common sense, practical ideas, and that you can make progress through them. Don't permit others to down-grade you. Get your budget working properly. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You look and act very charmingly today and are able to persuade others to go along with your finest and most practical ideas. Contact those .you feel are key persons. Speak in a concise, clear manner. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Doing whatever will give you a more powerful and prominent position in your community may mean some hard work, but it will bring respect you desire. Some good friend has a problem. Don't be obdurate — help out gladly. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You are blessed with good fortune and it behooves you to help others to get ahead, also. Change your attitude where social matters are concerned. This brings prestige and good feelings from others. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he, or she, will be one of those very business-like and serious persons who seems to literally have no heart for the feeling and opinions of others, so it is necessary to early give spiritual training to soften the nature somewhat, and then there is bound to be a great deal of success in ttiis chart, plus more than the usual share of happiness throughout the lifetime. An A-l citizen here. ••eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeec Services By FUNERAL HOME Integrity STANTON CLARK, 2 p.m. Tuesday, Cobb Chapel. Fuller Brush Dealer Phone PO 3-1766 2008 W. Chickasawba St. TAKE CHARGE Moving up is catching on at our place. Small wonder. People are finding out the truth about our Chryslers. And the truth is moving them up (in record numbers). It's simply (his: We're pricing 4 of our hottest-selling models at just a few dollars a month more than the most popular smaller cars, comparably equipped. And that includes an automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, radio, heater and a big V-8. Yet these 4 Chryslers are all full-sized. Over 18 feet long. With full-sized luxuries. A pull-out drawer and a compartmentalized glove box. With full-size power. One of the biggest V-8s made that runs on regular gas. And with more than a dozen standard safety features. From Roadside Warning flashers and an energy-absorbing steering column to the biggest brakes in the medium-price class. In every new car deal, there's a moment of truth. • Price. . That's our big clincher. New Yorker «-Door Sedan In a '67 Chrysler Moving up it catching MI at yew Take Chap dealer's "61" MOTOR COMPANY Highway 61— North, Blytheville

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