The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 18, 1966 · Page 5
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Blyth«vill« (Ark.) Courier News - Friday, Novm**' M. MM - Pi|« Nine Marriage, a Partnership ait Van <H;N>n(lt (ffilllllllfclll: DEAR ABBY: You are preb- ty good at getting right to the heart of things in very few words. Can you tell me why there is so much divorce today? H. H. T. DEAR H. H. T.: Most divorces result from the 11. .lusion that a "perfect" mar-.. riage is achievable, and anything less is a failure. Consequently, when each discovers the inevitable human imperfections in the other, he becomes disillusioned, resentful, and frustrated. Then two otherwise normal intelligent people who, at one timed "loved" each other enough to marry, become part - time strangers and sometimes enemies. Married couples should realize that a successful marriage is like a successful business partnership. It cannot succeed without mutual trust, confidence, and respect. And the sooner the "partners" get down to the business of making the best of the mot challenging relationship in all human experience — marriage — the sooner we can turn our divorce courts into bowling alleys. And I'm all for it. DEAR ABBY: When being Introduced to a person, is it proper to say. "I've heard a lot about you?" HAL DEAR HAL: It all depends on what you've heard. DEAR ABBY: My husband has one habit which worries me to death. He keeps a cigar or pipe clamped between his teeth while pouring gasoline into the tank ol the power 'urtn lawn mower, or filling the gasoline tank of our boat. When I fuss he says I am getting all excited about nothing because his cigar or pipe is not lit. I grant you, I can't see a flame, but when I grab them out of his mouth, the cigar or pipe are still warm. Please print this and ask your readers to write in and tell you if these circumstances have ever caused injury or loss of life. Or am I getting excited about nothing? STILL WORRIED DEAR WORRIED: Where there's smoke there COULD BE fire, but I'll leave this to the experts. In the meantime, I'd say your husband has developed a bad habit. There's always the chance that the fire isn't as "out" as he thinks it is. CONFIDENTIAL TO "NOTHING TO WEAR": Wear a smile. It will do more your your appearance than a new dress. 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 For a personal, unpublished reply, enclose a self - addressed, stamped envelope. For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding." send 51.00 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. Astrological *• Forecast * By CARROLL RIGHTEK to determine jour forecut, aou puagiaph opposite dates wtucb laclud* voiir btrtb daU. SATURDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: The Monl Blanc tunnel. 7V 4 part of ispects and much of the bene- Jicial influences in effect yester- iay can be brought to naught f you change the scope or design of the plans made under .he excellent astrological as- lects yesterday. Make a point o use conscious self-control to side-step arguments. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Try not to give friends a wrong dea of your financial worth or you will be asked to give exor- jitant donations, which you can 11 afford. Try to be more economical, too. Cut corners here and there. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Be sure you act in a more circumspect manner or higher-ups will get the wrong impression and you lose much that has been built up so carefully. Stay close to the Golden Rule. Leave no openings for the critical. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Although you think your ideas are unique right now, if you radical changes, you get into a peck of trouble. A newcomer can be quite annoying. Steer clear of such an individual. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Do nothing that will make your credit bad and spoil your chances for advancement. Be sure you are not disappoint- You have made promises that should be kept. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Scrupulously carry out promises made to associates instead of arguing so much, trying to cNKUfbt kyndiuU lac. bad. Show perseverance. VIRGO (Aug. 2 to Sept. 22) Instead of running away from that work ahead of you, be enthusiastic and get it done, workers are let down unfairly, too. Get health improved during free tune. You can do your work much better in the days ahead. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Although entertainment is uppermost in your mind, if you eopardize the practical you make a big mistake. Get busy and do your best work, handle obligations scrupulously. Get ahead instead of falling behind. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Although you like to argue, don't make the error of starting altercations at home or they mushroom into pitched battles. These are best avoided now. .ater on you can quietly state what it is that is bothering you. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 2 to Dec. 21) Particular care on the road should be exercised as well as in making comments, otherwise you can get into a peck of trouble. Don't be hasty in reading letters. They may be worded in such a way that they mean something entirely different. BUBBLING OVER with amazement at her own technique apparently, Suzanne Brown, 6, eyes the bubble bonanza that won her first place in a bubble-blowing contest for first graders at her Altw- querque, N.M., school. . . . „ „ miles long, is an all-season link i get out of them. H would be between Italy and F r a n c e J easy to have a severance of through the Alps. i connections, and this would be Head Start Survey Underway The Mississippi County Citizens Action Committee has applied for a federal grant from the Office of Economic Opportunity to finance an area Head Start program, to begin June 1, 1967. The program is designed to aid children who will start kindergarten or first grade in September—when Operation Head Start concludes — and who come from low - income families. For eligibility requirements contact the county OEO office at PO 3-0581 or your school principal's office. Following is a survey form to be filled out by parents wishing to enroll their children. After completing the form it may be deliver-' ed to the school principal's office or the nearest neighborhood service center. I have looked at and understand the standards for the Head Start program and I certify that I have a child that will be eligible for the program. Name of child Address Name of parent or guardian - •••• Telephone I am Interested in doing volunteer work with the Head Start Program. Yes Name Address I need to work for pay. Yes No No . CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Important you deliberate more before you spend money, get into new plans that have not been studied sufficiently. Stall for time. You have to economize more. See to it that you do not go over your budget allowances. AQUARIUS'(Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You are just in the mood throw away all caution and ump into some big plan about 'hich you know very little. This ould prove extremely costly, e careful where personal rela- ons are concerned, calm and ollccted. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) nstead of running away from bligations that annoy you, get ght at them and they are soon ehind you, and rightly. Follow- ig the advice of experts is ise. You succeed as well as lease them. By dynamic. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN ODAY ... he or she will be ne of those seemingly fearless nd swashbuckling individuals •ho could get into much trou- le if you don't early teach to aim down and then use these ualities wisely after enough •aining and education is given, 'his is most important since ou could have a delinquent in our home instead of a wonder- ul, courageous person. Teach control the temper early in life. days. HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Joe Lester uniiery returned to his ! uesday after being a n the Chickasawba Hos- Blytheville for about ten t Bray a former resi- Holland and now living as City, Kan., is recup- at his home from in- eceived in an automo- ident Oct. 16. 3sburn son of Mr, and die Osborn came home parents Tuesday after- ter being a patient at Jonheur Children's Hos- ilrs. Gene Hopper are both p»- ients at Chickasawba Hospital n Blytheville. Mrs. Thomas Worthom and Mrs. Floyd Estopy of Para- ;ould visited with Mr. and Mrs. ^lat Nunnery at Chickasawba Hospital in Blytheville last Sunday. Mr. Nunnery was a patient :here. The Holland unit of South Pemiscot P.T.A. had its regular monthly meeting Monday night, Nov. 7 in the lunchroom. Mrs. Frank Copeland the president called the group to order. L. N. Kinder opened the nTABlWTV/"* /M9fMt*R WARNING OJtDEjK Irt the Chancery Court, Chic asawba District, Mlsstssip County, Arkansas. Tommy W. Ayers, By Hla F ther and Next Friend, Geor Ayers, Plaintiff, vs. No. 17( Linda K. Ayers, Defendant. The defendant, Linda K Ayei is hereby warned to appc within thirty days in the coi named in the caption here and answer the complaint of t plaintiff, Tommy W. Ayers. Dated this 16th day of Nc ember, 1966. GERALDINE LISTON, Cle By Donna Dicicco, D.C. Max B. Harrison Attorney for Plaintiff H P. Partlnw. Jr. Mrs. pital in Memphis. meeting with prayer. Mrs. Jua, ,. „. MS.,- UlccUiiK wit" wayvi. mio. uua- Mr. and Mrs Wayne Nixs Graham, secretary, gave and daughter Lt a of Memphis fl t rf - he , t ' meeti !""A"r^ S ',fH Mrs. PV Bliesner gave the and Mrs. Clell Waldrop and treasurer's reports. Mrs. J.T.Nix S ofKennett,Mo, "^£^7Introduced the Friday and Saturday. speaker, Pemiscot County Su- The P.T.A. served refreshments of cookies, punch and Mr. and Mrs. Clell Waldrop per j n t e ndent of schools, Melvin drove to Memphis Sunday night Manning . He spoke on the Junto have birthday dinner with jor college for the Bootheel. their sister-in-law, Mrs. J. C. Pruitt. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Roebuck coffee _ ^ o£ East St. Louis, 111., spent the Boy Scouts o{ ^^p 219 al __. weekend with his parents, Mr. tneir g cou t i ear j e r, Billy Joe Howell, met Nov. 7, ,at 7 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. red Burress. Scouts attending were: Dale Martin, Ronnie Howell, Anthony IN PLIEKU - S. Sgt. Ray Birmingham, son of Mrs. H. Birmingham, 321 South Lake, has been in Viet Nam since January. He will be home on leave for the holidays then will go to Korea for a year. • ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••o** 1 Signature of parent or guardian ••••••••••••••••••••»•*••• Invitation For Bids FOR Ida B. Crockett Lands Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned Trustee for purchase of lands formerly owned by Ida B. Crockett, Deceased, either in parcels or the entire tract. Tract contains 145 acres, more or- less and is located about 3 miles north of Blytheville, and about one-half mile south of Yarbro overpass—being bounded on west by U.S. Highway 61 and on north by county gravel road. Tract is traversed from north to south by Frisco Railroad. Includes 7-room residence and accessory buildings. Separate bids may be submitted by any bidder, for all or less than all, and for cash or terms, as permitted by bid proposal forms. Bid proposal forms may be secured from Marcus Evrard, Attorney, for Excutor, in Title Insurance Building, 118 West Walnut Street, Blytheville, Arkansas and from the undersigned Trustee. Bids must be filed on or before December 10, 1966, at 10:00 O'clock A.M., with .undersigned Trustee, or with Geraldine Liston, Circuit Clerk, Blytheville, Arkansas. j. F. ETCHIESON, Trustee 118 N0rth lit St. — llythevllU, Ark. The largest state in the Union, Alaska, lias the smallest capital ity — Juneau, with a popula- ion of 7,200. and Mrs. Tom Biggs. Mr. and Mrs. Erby Foster and family of Braggadocio, Mo., were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jackson. A2C Jimmy Lee Raspberry, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Raspberry Sr., is expected home about the 18th of November for an extended furlough from Turkey. Alferd Ray Jackson of Amarillo Air Force Base, Tex., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jackson. He went to Elgin, 111., Monday to visit his sisters and brothers for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Barton Harris have moved to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eaul Samfords, north of Blytheville. Obie Davis of Wichita, Kan., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Hershell Burress. He and his family were former residents of Holland w h i 1 e he was stationed at the Blytheville Air Base. Mr. Marshall Merrick and Norrid, John Howell and Eddis Stroud. The elementary school of South Pemiscot held open house at the Holland unit, Nov. 11 at V p.m. There were about one ON LEAVE — Spec. 4 Larry Belts, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Belts, 801 South Lilly, arrived home Nov. 14 for a 25-day leave. Specialist Betts has been on duty in Viet Nam since Nov. 27 and will return for an additional six months. He is a member of the 5ZG Infantry Battalion and is stationed 40 miles west of Tuyhoa in South Viet Nam. (Courier News Photo) Attorney ad litem 11-18, 25, 12-2, 9 lundred present. The P.T.A, women served refreshments of cookies, punch and coffee. FAST PAIN RELIEF The BEST for LESS! Fuller Brush Dealer Phone PO 3-1766 2008 W. Chickasawba St. BEG. $5.00 V For walls and Woodwork V Scrubbobl* V On« Cool Conrs V Drte in 1 Hour V New«t FRESH Colon Our MASTER PAINTEB Vinyl Ilria !• IDEAL TOR BASEMENT WALLS u well aa erery room in ijie bouse. Far superior to ordinary interior or exterior paiatal No primer needed. Absolutely $2.99 FONDREN & SON HARDWARE & GIFTS 811 W. Main (Free Parking In Bear) Ph. PO 3-4MO PROMOTED — Marshall Larkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Larkin, 600 Ruddle Road, was promoted to First Lieutenant with the Army effective Nov. 1. He is serving with "C" Company, 2nd Battalion, 16th Infantry near Saigon, South Viet Nam. NOW! Your DX Dealer hasjhe season's most GETAWAY CHASE GAME! only 4 98 m I-MUM MKMSE SSS.B ss to 60 MPH. Getaway Chase Game is great (amt»y fun and can be as many as four players. See you r DX dealer for Getaway Chase Game —the season's mostwanted toy, Pick one up now from: Rounsavali's DX Lloyd'sGro.&DX 6th & Chickasawba Sis. Ph. PO 3-9525 Air-Base Hi-Way Ph. 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