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October 29, 1966

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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BlythevBle (Ark.) Courier News - Saturday, October 29, 1W8- Pag* OSCEOLA ROYALTY — Jane Hyatt, (center) a senior at Osceola High School, was crowned homecoming queen at Osceola. Her maids include Pam Bowles, Pam Young, Mary Hyatt, Roberta Baster, Laura Meadows and Donna Mean, Astrological * Forecast * By CARROLL RIGHTER ffo determine your forecast, not* paragraph opposite dates which Include your birth date- SUNDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: You have a big chance to get all of your financial affairs on a very sound and secure structure and to see the ways and means by which you can also aid those who look to you for assistance this Sunday in their practical dealings and interest. If you want to be prosperous, it is necessary you do think in big- er terms. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Analyze what neeip repair around you and pTSn to have it done, since you want everything in order for the busy days ahead. Be more exact in planning the future, also. Strive for the peace of mind that is very important to you. leased now and you can then have the calm feeling you desire, be happy again. Listen to ideas kin have to proffer. They are excellent for you. PISCES. (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Regular associates should be placated so that you have greater concord and more benefits can accrue. Don't lose your temper. Get busy later with correspondence, shopping, etc. that is important. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be one of those brilliant youngsters who early will comprehend matters of finances, the value of accruing interests, etc. Slant the education along such lines, and teach to arrive at decisions fast or too much deliberation in this nature could TAUKUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) jP rove almost disastrous, other- Vou are highly magnetic and can be very pleasing with others, so out early to social affairs. Big groups are just fine to bring about development. Show that you like people, can do much for others as well. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You have secret tasks that should be performed so forget about idle gossip today, and get on with them. Allies appreciate your fine character, talents, but hesitate to say so. They do not want to sound insincere. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) If you get together with friends who can help you wise much success is denoted. Be sure to permit to get into sports, and also give some musical background. get ahead socially, you find you AKIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) can make hiz headway nnw. Be ! Be S' n new week properly by MONDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES Until NOON you are very mentally wide awake and are able to see how you can best secure the good will of others and sell whatever is vital to your progress, but the afternoon and evening bring potential arguments about little and unimportant things that could cause some very heavy hearts from following estrangements. can make big headway now. Be enthusiastic abuot hobbies 'you ! bein S more alert to opportuni- delve into with others. This les a j ound V ou du ™g day, but tonight be sure you don't get confused. Your work could be quite demanding, as well as your pals. Don't go off on any tangents. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Realize that you are a charming person and others will be conscious of it, too. Then you make b!g strides forward dur- jing the day. Don't take finan- opens many a new avenue of interest that could prove very lucrative. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Out Into the world Of activity and show Off a little bit, since there are admiring eyes upon you. Your finest benefits come from making new friends of a worthwhile nature. Make a big hit with your finest talents. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) if.'? 1 risks ' tho - Better take things easy tonight, tho. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You are capable during the morning to make very fine plans but later you may become unsure of yourself and lose your temper. Remain poised. Be cer- of what you are doing. An ideal day to think over how to become more successful in your particular line of endeavor. Don't waste this day just dreaming. Key persons are available today. Go to see them since you are very inspired. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) If you conscientiously go ahead with tasks you have assumed, you make progress and please those involved. Go to trusted advisors for any help you require. This is either for business or personal reasons. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Don't hestitate to discuss with associates any plans you have in mind of real scope that you think can bring true success. Some civic.work can open up new methods of operating. See to it that they are up-to-the- minute. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Being enthusiastic is the best means to get the most done where your regular work is concerned. Associates will go out of their way to assist you. Reap (n benefits of your concentrated efforts. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Get into the kind of recreation that will relieve you of present tensions, etc. Lighten your mood. Make plans early for evening fun. Contact con- gcnails in time so that they can plan also. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You are holding on to certain problenu that ara best r«- SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov.21) A devoted associate gives you some fine ideas in the morning, but you have to be philosophical tonight in the face of envy, etc. Day benefits accrue. Try not to lose your temper with loved one tonight. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dee. 21) Completing work at hand quickly will bring the credit you desire later on. Avoid arguing with regular associate. If you get health bettered, you fnd that you get more accomplished and faster. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Day is best for social or recreational activities but you have to plan them early. Much work awaits you in the evening. Some attention to appearance and clothing is also necessary. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) During A.M. be sure to get everything at home operating better, but take care tonight you do not take any risks of any sort. Do dull chores first — get them out of the way. Then into the work you like PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Handling correspondence, hav ing talks with good friends, etc. are best early, but later much attention to home and kin is necessary. Don't complain. Get reports written up, also. Relax some before retiring. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will have such a fascinating personality that others will g!adly do almost anything that is desired of them, so be sure to teach early the Golden Rule and then do not worry. Upon reaching adulthood the nature then becomes a very serious, steady one and a very successful life follows, and the experiences with fellow man are very helpful to successful dealings with other. ADOPTION NOTICE IN THE MATTER OF THE ADOPTION OF: WANDA JEAN JARVIS, A MINOR. PROBATE NO. 4435 TO: POLLY JO BEGAY, THOMAS EDWARD JARVIS and TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Take notice that on the 27th day of October, 1966, a petition was filed by Charles Donahue and Eddiro.se Donahue, his wife, in the Probate Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, for the adoption of a certain person lamed Wanda Jean Jarvis. NOW unless you appear within thirty (30) days after the date of this notice and show cause against such application, the question shall be taken as confessed and a decree of adoption entered. NEWS BRIEFS CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) The Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University have an obligation to help ease a housing shortage here caused by expansion of the two schools, says the president of MIT, Howard W. Johnson. Johnson said officials of the two schools would sit down soon with city representatives to map plans for a coordinated housing program. Top priority, he said, is low- and moderate-income housing. EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Frederick C. Noyes was out driving recently when he noticed that a three-car garage was missing from property owned by his wife. A police investigation disclosed that a wrecking firm hired to tear down another three-car garage had made mistake. CHRISTMAS, Mich. (AP) Nov. 1 is the big day for Christmas. Thousands of persons are expected in this Upper Peninsula community on that day to obtain some 700,000 first-day cancellations of the official 1966 Christmas postage stamp, a reproduction of the 16th-century tainting "Madonna and Child with Angels" by Hans Memling. BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) U.S. Marine Corps Commandant Gen. Wallace M. Greene Jr., says demonstrators against the Viet Nam war are "hypocrites and phonies." Greene said the war protestors should be on the front lines :n Viet Nam carrying stretchers instead of demonstrating. The general, a Vermont na- :ive, came to the state recently for appearances a two colleges. BOSTON (AP) - Evelyn A. Carpenter has taken office as president of the American Dietetic Association. Miss Carpenter, who is food service director of the Philadelphia General Hospital, succeeds Catherine M. Hart of Michigan State University. WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) — The science program at Holy >oss College will benefit from a $225,000 grant from Research Jorp., a nonprofit foundation. The college will add $215,000 of its own funds to the grant. BAR HARBOR, Maine (AP) — Policemen investigated recently after townspeople report- id a body floating in Frenchman's Bay. Patrolmen took a )oat out to investigate, and found a dummy. SMITH CENTER Kan. (AP) — Donnie Atwill, 10, didn't know t, but for eight weeks he had a 22-caliber bullet lodged in his neck. "A few days before school started I was standing in front 01 our house when something hit 1 me in my ear. Blood started running from a cut and it hurt an awful lot," he said recently. A doctor bandaged the wound but the bullet was not noticed. The bullet was discovered when his mother took him to the doctor again. It was removed. DATED: Oct. 28, 1966 10-29, 11-5 Then carry through in a oosi-1 Elizabeth Blythe Parker, Clerk live way. r,*™™. „.. ™, ,„,;. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Some good pal can give you invaluable advice in A.M. if you ask for it. Avoid listening to other's troubles later in the day, since you are in no mood for such. Get your roundings cleared up on latter part of day. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You need favors from higher-ups'in A.M. and should go after them, do what the suggest. Forget the social right now. Many situations come up that show you how to proceed to your great benefit. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. LILLIAN M. WILLIAMS, Plaintiff, vs. No. 16975 GEORGE M. WILLIAMS, Defendant. The defendant, GEORGE M. WILLIAMS, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the com| plaint of the plaintiff, LILLIAN You can get into very desirable new outlets in A.M., but don't try to contact that important individual later in the day. Await a better day and time. Carry through on some missive you receive early. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Doing something particularly nice for one you love in A.M. will show devotion and possibly even save a marriage. Make •nire you get rid of obligations during day. More study for self- improvement if good tonight Dated this 7th day of October, 1966. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D. C. Elbert S. Johnson, Attorney James M. Gardner, Atty Ad Litem. COWPOKE WESTERN SHOP Visit m at our new location at Dorwooct, at STAOT-OUP'S IMFA STATION, Hlwaj «, I ml. Sixth •( MythevUI*. ALLENTOWN, Pa. (AP) The Roman Catholic Diocese of Allentown says parochial school children within its jurisdiction will no longer be excused from classes on holy days — All Saints Day and the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. The change was made because some parochial school children now are being transported in public school buses, the diocese said, The parochial schools will observe only those holiday listed on public school calendars. Ants, lacking ears, feel vibrations through Wie ground. HERMON JONES BUSINGS!) MEN'S ASSURANCE C*». MM Onion An !>hon« m-MOO UtmpnU t, IftuiMM Call for mm Consultation. insurance for Tutate Planning ICej Man 'Krtnetufilp «n cot potation, Ormip, PanMon Ratlr*. Y;*^f^W*WWnr^ •.',.;.;.•• .., VICTORY MARCHERS - The Gosnell Marching Band walked off with second-place trophy in the Class C marching contest at West Helena, Oct. 22. It was the first annual Regional Two band contest at West Helena. (Courier News Photo) mD ear Husband's Decalogue I/an ffJuren (VeNanfht ijiaituM inoj iilHUlimmiiuuiiiiiiumiiliiuniiiiiiiiiiim [ DEAR ABBY: Last year you wrote THE TEN COMMANDMENTS FOR THE 20TH CENTURY WIFE. Our minister liked it so much he asked for your permission to reprint it in our church bulletin. You graciously consented. Much has been said and written about a wife's duties and responsibilities in marriage. Will you please even the score and write TEN COMMANDMENTS FOR THE 20TH CENTURY HUSBAND? Sincerely yours, SANTA MONICA FAN DEAR FAN: With pleas- sure. TEN COMMANDMENTS FOR THE 20TH CENTURY HUSBAND. 1. Thou shalt put thy wife before thy mother, thy father, thy daughter, and thy son, for she is thy lifelong companion. 2. Abuse not thy body either with excessive food, tobacco or drink that thy days may be many and healthful in the presence of thy loved ones. 3. Permit neither thy business nor thy hobby to make of thee a stranger to *y children, for the precious gift a man giveth his family is his time. 4. Forget not the virtue of cleanliness. 5. Make not thy wife a begar, but share willingly with her thy worldly goods. 6- Forget not to say, "I love you." For even tho thy Jove be constant, thy wife doth yearn to hear the words. 7. Remember that the approval of thy wife is worth .more than the admiring. glances of a hundred strangers. Cleave unto her and forsake all others. 8. Keep thy home in good repair, for out of it coraeth the joys of thy old age. 8. Forgive with grace. For who among us does not need to be forgiven? 10. Honor the Lord thy God all the days of thy life, and thy children will rise up and call thee blessed. Truly yours, ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY you advised my husband and me against buying a boat with another couple. If the other couple were relatives would your advice be the same? WONDERING DEAR WONDERING With relatives, I'd have added "positively." DEAR ABBY: I read an article in the newspaper yesterday criticizing women for wearing short skirts. I disagree. I think women who wear short skirts do a lot to brighten a world that can get mighty tedious and dreary. Viet Nam, race riots, strikes, the bottom dropping out of the stock maike! — nothing but terror and gloom. So when I see a few inches above a woman's knee it cheers up what otherwise have a lousy day. It doesn't cost the ladies a cent and it does a lot for our morale. So I say, "Hike 'em up, girls, and the higher the better." All the guys in my car pool feel the same way. We discussed it. LIKES TO LOOK .: DEAR LIKES: Does this also go your your wives, girl friends, sisters and mothers? Ask the guys in your car pool to answev that question. How has the world been treating you! Unload your, problems on Dear Abfay, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. ' For a personal, unpublished reply, enclose a self-addressed - stamped envelope. For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding," send $1.00 to Abby, Box 69700,' Los Angeles, Cal. 90069. An earthquake in Shensi, Chi-, na, on January 24, 1556, killed 830,000 people. Beyond the three-mile limit, : the oceans are known as the"" high seas. Knapp Shoes The Original Cushion Shoes IN BLYTHEVILLE 1ST WEEK - EACH MONTH For appointment write or call — Malcolm R. Johnson 1104 Laurant-ED 3-1876 Caruthersville Jim Johnson ••••••••••••••>§••*• IN OSCEOLA WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd COURTHOUSE -2P.M. IN MANILA WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2-5 P.M. •*•••••••••••••••••«••»••••••••»••••*••••••••••••• Blytheville Wednesday, November 2 Courthouse - 8 p.m. Justice Jim Johnson FOR GOVERNOR Paid For By Miss. Co. Democrats, Chas. Roy Lutes

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