The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 12, 1966 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 12, 1966
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Btyfnevffie Grorter Hew* - Irtuttoy, WavmeSer If, WW- F*n NEW YORK (AP) - Natalie Wood doesn't particularly look like a girl who likes to be told what to do. But she says she works that way — and that's why she has no ambition to become a lady director or producer. "I don't want to direct or produce," said the lovely young actress firmly, shaking her long brown hair until a lock fell over an eloquent brown eye. "1 don't think I have that kind of personality. I think I'm more suited to be directed than to direct. I'd rather do as I am told." Miss Wood, amiable and hardworking, has been doing as shs was told since she started in films at the age of four for $1,000 a week. It is a personal poli- KOYAL SCHOLAR, Iran's Empress Farah Diba poses shortly after receiving an honorary doctor's degree from the Pahlavi University of Shiraz. NEWS BRIEFS cy that has paid 611 well. Now, at Hci, she gels $250,000 and up for a picture; lias a isOO.doO-jew- el collection, and Is a world-re- hdwtied star. Recently she c'tirnpleted her 4dlh film, "Penelope," in which she plays a yolitig wife with a hobby of robbing banks; and is looking forward to a vacation trip to (lie Soviet Union, where her parents were borri. "After' 40 films, I feel I deserve a vacation," she said. Miss Wood's first marriage, to London with Richard Gregson, an agent, fiiit declined to comment on reports Uiey would Soon marry. * * * Miss Wod's first marriage, to actor Robert Wagner, foundered on the rocks of their duai careers. She said that wh§n she marries again — riot "if" — she would curtail Her own film chores. "It's all right to work occasionally," sJie remarked, "but this is a very demanding profession — it take's too much from one emotionally." fell us what kind of a person are you, Natalie. What do you like and dislike? "Well, I like birch trees aric forget-me-nots, listening to the rain and the music of Sibelius Vivaldi and the Beatles, water falls and weeping willows, read ing the poetry of T. S. Etiot arid Dylan Thomas, sunsets on the water when I'm sailing, chU dren — I'd like to have five or six, puppies, Jatftbs and fawns vivid colors, the fragrance 6 gardenias and lemons, snails and mushrooms and caviar am smoked salmon and white wine the sound of violin, the fehii- nine line of antique French fur niture and strange — but not silent — men. * * * "I dislike bullfights, war, oji art. spiders, the smell of stale cigars, drunken and aggressive women, petty people, pain, bill lies, rudeness, having to get up early In the morning and anything having to do with the handling of money. "I feel that one of my bigges' faults is impatience. I expeci too much of people, but is tha 1 . necessarily bad? Isn't It really better to go on expecting the best of people, even after disappointment?" mRE.USW ...... PESTOPES . DtpAkiMJNt of xoiicuiiyu-. PESTICIDES IN ORIGINAL CONTAINERS D. I OIPA«IM!NT OF IGRICLJUUtE Moth balls are Keep Away from Children Wrap PESTiCiDf CONTAINERS before Disposal B. i dE?A81MENI OF HOKICUltUH Not Heard in Cairo By GARVEN HUDGINS CAIRO (AP) — The American message on Viet Nam is being ignored or is not getting across in Cairo, 6ne of the major capitals with lies to both Bast and West. Official statement? on Viet Nam and editorials in the government-controlled press invariably call on the United States to withdraw. There is no mention of reciprocal withdrawals by North Vietnamese forces the United States claims have infiltrated the south. Nor is there any equation made between the somewhat analogous situation in which Egypt finds itself. Some 50,000 of its troops are In Yemen to support the republican regime of President Abdullah al-Sallal. The apparent mistrust of U.S. motives seems to go beyond traditional resentment of U.S. policy toward Israel and to rest on a basic suspicion. Egyptians, many of them young university graduates who presumably will play major roles in shaping this country's future, accuse the United States of being behind virtually every government turnover in the world that does not happen to come up leftist. « * * Some educated Egyptians argue passionately that the United Statei seeks to dominate the world through economic and military aid, which they claim Is never given without strings attached. Talking about the lapse of the last U.S. food-for-peace grant in June — an agreement which has not been renewed despite Egyptian requests for a new, long- term deal — a qualified Egyptian source said: "How can the United States link politics with bread? When the United States involves political pressure with wheat, I have to think: 'This is my bread you're talking about'." BOSTON (AP) —The name of the Mystic River Bridge is to be i changed to the Maurice J. Tobin ; Memorial Bridge in honor of the ! onetime mayor of Boston, gov-! ernor Massachusetts and U.S. | secretary of labor, who died in [ 1953. CHICKASHA, Okla. (AP) — U.S. Rep. Jed Johnson Jr, 26, a Democrat, lost his draft exemption in the 1966 general election when he was defeated for re- i election. i HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Protestant and Jewish organizations have joined a project of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hartford aimed at eliminating discrimination In employment against members of racial, religious and ethnic minority groups. THE QUESTION is hoff to achieve smog control, and this nay be part of the answer. It's a preformed segment of synthetic rubber hose made by Araerace Corp. for use With fume- control device!) coming Into increasing use by industrial and automotive concerns. Fuller Brush Dealer Phone PO 3-1766 2008 W. Chickasawba St. TO KEEP FOLKS FROM ROBBING ONE UGHf SOCKET TO FILL ANOTHER, ALWAYS HAVE A GOOD SUPPLY OF EXTRA LAMP BULBS ON HAND/, Stock Up On Lamp Bulbs Now! Starting Monday, November 14, and continuing through Wednesday, November 23, members of the Blytheville Key Club will be selling lamp bulbs to raise money for their many worth* while activities. They'll be knocking on your door soon; so may we suggest that you "take inventory" and be ready to replenish your supply of light bulbs when they call. They'll be able to supply you with most any size you heed or take your order and deliver your bulbs back to you without delay. Remember. Light is cheaper than vision — so don't gariibte with your eyes. Be sure you have plenty of light for every seeing task. And for plenty of light, buy plenty of bulbs ... of the right size . . . when your Key Club representative calls. Bob Porter, Project Chairman. EYESIGHT IS PRICELESS...GOOD LIGHT IS CHEAP STOCK UP ON RK3HT*SIZE LAMP BULBS FOR EVERV SOCKET-AND KEEP A FEW SPARES ON HAND, TOO./ Help Yourself, Help The Key Club Buy a supply of Light Bulbs w/ien their representative calls. Ark-Mo Power Co. COMING., Tuesday Nile -7 til 10 NITE Presented By DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS OF BLYTHEVILLE See the Monday, Nov. 14 Issue of The Courier News for Complete Details! Sponsored By the Following Downtown Merchants The Accessory Shop Adkisson Record Shop Alfeen's House of Flowers Berry's Bufford's Shoe Shop Byrum Hardware Co. Courier News Deal's Fabric Center Deebie's Slipper Shop Dreifus Eberdt's Gift Shop The Edythe Shop The Franklin Press Fondren Hardware Co. Fred's Doliar Store Lucian Gaines Furniture Gaines-Wright Shoes B. F. Goodrich Store Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. Graber's Guard's Jewelry Store Halself and White Furniture Hays Store Heuer's Shoe Store Hubbard Hardware Co. Hubbard & Hoke Furniture R. D. Hughes Co. Jack's Shoes Jimmie Edwards Ftirn. Co. Jiedel's KLCN Katz Jewelers Kirby Brothers Drug Stores Krogers Kress Lad & Lassie Little Big Dollar Store Main Street Pawn Shop Martin's Men's Store Meachani's Jewelry Store Mead's Montgomery Ward The New York Star* Pat O'Bryant Jewelry Osborne Furniture Co. Oklahoma Tire and Supply O'Steen's Jewelry J. C. Penney Co. Roth rock Drug Co. Safeway Stores Seymore Hardware Skidmore Piano Co. Sterling Storei Stfcwort's Drug Top Mark Fabrics Treasure Jewelers Westbrook's Family Shoe Store Westbrook's Fashions Western Auto Store White's Shoes Whitsitt's Wilson Furniture Co. Wade Furniture Co. All Roads Lead to Blylheville Tuesday Nile, November 15

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