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December 31, 1966

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BJythevflle (Ark.) Courier New* — Saturday, December 81, 1JW OUTSTANDING RECRUITER-Sgt. 1. C. James P. Hickman, center, USA, recruiter for Mississippi County, displays the plaque he received for being the outstanding recruiter in Arkansas from July through September. The award was presented during a recruiting conference in Little Rock Dec. 16 and 17. At right is Ma). Billy R. Edwards, commander of the recruiting main station in Littie Rock, and at left is M.Sgt. George S. S. Van Sandt, Sergeant Hickman's supervisor. Mr. and Mn. Gerald Donner md children visited Mr. and drs. P. S. Capehart la Holland Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Leonus Shedd nd daughter of Paragould pent Saturday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs I. r> Shedd and Mr. and Mrs. Dan White. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Fleeman, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Gammill and chil- ren of Leachville, spent Sun- lay with Mr. and Mrs. Sharon r leeman in Ironton, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ketchum nd children of St Louis spent he holiday vacation with his larents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Cetchum. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. White Christmas day were Mr. and Mrs. Ray White if Dexter; Mr. and Mrs. Clif- "ord White of Caraway, Wilburn White of Knoxville, Mrs. J. P. White and children of Silsbee, Astro * Forecast logical _ By CARROLL RIGHTER •o determine your forecast, not* paragraph opposite dates which Include your blrtb date. SUNDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES Happy New Year to each and everyone! A fine day to spend analyzing how and where you are headed and just what you can do in order to gain the good will and the active co-operation In specific detail of all with whom you have any alliance whatever. Take a good look at your work load and decide how best you can handle it in the days ahead. Be outgoing. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Although this is a holiday, you can still get at those small but important tasks ahead ci you. Make everything around you very attractive. M e <1 dlers should be gotten out of your life and others put in rightful place. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Get all spruced up and plan entertainments for the days ahead also. You need to be more devoted to tots, others around you. Start ttie new year on a wonderful note of co-oper- atin and love. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Analyzing home conditions is wise so that you can now do something constructive about them. Plan to be more secure in the future. Show kin that you want their approval and establish harmony fiiere. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Important individuals will biographically give you data and ideas that can be most helpful to you, if you follow. See to it that you are where such persons congregate. Start the new year in a successful note. LEO (Jul y22 to Aug. 21) During your spare time be sure to sit down and figure out small monetary matters that could be a headache later on if left un- handled. Feel more affluent. Be with persons who are very successful and get ideas of worth. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Think along more personal lines and how to increase both happiness and success in the new year. Dress very charmingly and make good impression at BUNaniHt comfflcatc. Inc. different philosophies, outlets by :eing in contact with others of different backing and background. You meet many easily. Win them over as worthwhile friends for the future. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Others come to you for assistance and you should give it willingly. Show that you have their interests at heart. You need to be with closest tie and make far better plans for the New Year ahead. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Concentrate upon how to have more harmonious and successful relations with associates in the year ahead. You can plan for the future at ease. Then have a wonderful social time together. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he. or she, will be one of those clever young people who will carry through with any project that is of a practical nature once it takes hold of his, or her interest. There Is an excellent ability to go into the minutae also, but you must early give a fine course in ethics so that your progeny's energy will be channelled in the right direction and the big issues are not forgotten in the detail. MONDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: Until Midafternoon beautiful aspects are in effect that can bring much to benefit you and to start you right ttie first working day of the New Year but later others seem quiet, uncooperative and you would be wise to rest, to relax and to get ready for the very Important activities of this new year. Be co-operative. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Morning and early afternoon are just fine for planning how to be more secure, successful, but be sure you don't argue with others. Show bigwigs your capabilities. This helps tremendously. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Concentrate on entertainmenl matters in A.M. and how to possibly become rich via that route. Do whatever will make social affairs. One person in your health better, too. Get out particular could be very inter-!to lunch with one you admire. esting, lots of fun. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Don't take Resolutions lightly — make them sincerely and you can follow them to your great benefit in the new year. Some expert you know helps to bring peace in your personal life. Listen carefully. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Go over your aims for the new year and be sure you think big since there is every opportunity for you to get big. You meet wonderful new personaliteis today. Be very gracious and they become fast friends. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Showing that you do comprehend the expectations of | Then do boring duties. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Getting abode in more desirable order is fine and you can increase comforts quite inexpensively. Begin week properly by improving security. See where you can cut corners here and there. Be wise. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Handle shopping, visiting, home, phoning duties early and avoid arguments at home. Studying your newspaper well brings wonderful Ideas. Improve security basically by being practical. LEO (J u 1 y 22 to A u g. 21) Handling real estate matters In A.M. Is wise since you are very higher-ups makes this a very ; apt to be most successful with successful day for you. Much them. Be careful in driving la- clarifies so that you know how to better yourself. Be on your toes, be dynamic. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. ») An ideal day to learn of Following your own inclinations during day is good and you can contact those who can be of assistance. Be sure you do not commit yourself to heavy expense in P.M. Plan social matters now for days ahead. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Why feel so dejected? Get right into something constructive and work hard and life becomes more successful, interesting. Avoid that social affair that could bring a lot of unnecessary trouble. Get into a nice lobby instead. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Much study is required if you are to solve rather intriguing jerplexities you have. One who ,s very much in need comes to you for aid. Don't be adamant — assist without thinking about it twice. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Why bother to give a a piece of your mind because you are in a bad humor? If something has been said, see it from the humorous side. Be big." If it is something serious just state facts and leave it a that. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Be like Caesar's wife, abovi reproach, and this day become: a successful one, and you com prehend better the public pic tare. Being very sure to settle credit problems is important Be wise. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb 19) You have some new outle that you want to jump right in to, but this is hardly the righ psychological time. Be sure you plan more wisely. Study every facet and you will have succes with it later on. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20 Put aside that new and fasci nating outlet for awhile sine you have many obligations tc meet and should do so. Be will ing to do what mate expects o you. Stop all that arguing and procrastinating. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she will be one of those young individuals whose main purpose is to be in accord with others but who inadvertently seems to be putting his, or her, foot in it almost every time a statement is made. Give some course in psychology early so that the clever rnind here becomes more disciplined. Be sure to send to as fine a school as possible. There could be a fine ball player here. TUESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: Arguments, discussions and trouble can ensue between persons unless the Golden Rule is really lived today and tonight, so do whatver your own particular work happens to be and refrain from doing anything that can stir up animosity and discord — and this applies between nations as well as individuals. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Higher-ups and associates are having quite a tussle, whether verbally, implied or literally, so be sure to keep your own counsel. Do only what is best for you. Later you can be of assistance to others. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) This is not a good day to do any planning with co-workers, since they are in rather a peculiar mood. Keep busy putting all around you in better order. Add objets d'art, etc. that Improve artistic arangements. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Don't jeopardize present security by going off to some very expensive fun, such as gambling, that could cost you a very pret- penny. Avoid flighty Individ- MANILA NEWS "iiiiipi|i!iii:!iiHn!miimiiiimniiiiiiiii«MRS. W. M. DAVIDSON Capt. and Mrs. Wayland Jobe and children of Springfield, Mo Mr. snd Mrs. Bill Hedspeth and News Of Men In Service Second Lieutenant James E. Lentz, son of Mrs. James 0. ,entz of 1501 West Main, has jeen awarded the U.S. Air 'orce pilot's wings upon graduation at Vance AFB, Ofcla. Lentz, a 1960 graduate of Blytheville High School, is being assigned to Blytheville AFB for service with the Strategic Air Command. He is a graduate of Arkansas State College and was commissioned in 1965 at Lackland AFB, Texas. His wife is the former Elnora A. Hudson. Spec. 4 Maxie D. Horner, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvertis Horner, 1610 Short Rose St., is serving in Vietnam with the 9th Infantry Division's 3rd Bri- daughler of Kansaa City; Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Nowlin and ons of Blytheville; Mr. and ilrs. Lowell Gibson and chil- Iren of Memphis Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Gunn and children; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vhite and sons Mr. and Mrs. Doyle White; Mr. and Mrs. J. Adkins and children and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Griffin and son, all of Manila. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rainbolt of Wichita, Kan., spent the holiday week end with her mother, Mrs. Gladis Hester. Christmas day they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reed Threlkeld in !ampbell. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Deal of Arnold, Mo., visited his mother, Urs. Dave Deal, during the lolidayg. Visitors of Mr and Mrs. ieorge Farmer Christinas were r. and Mrs. Ronnie Burns ol Jonesboro, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Burns of Blytheville; Mrs. Mildred Milton of Memphis, and Robert Farmer of Fayetteville Mr. and Mrs. Bud Wortham spent Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Masters in Maiden. Dinner guests of Miss Georgia Lee Stuart and her brother, ~;Uke Christmas day were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stuart and daughters of Blytheville; Mrs. U.S Griffith and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fleeman and sons of Manila. and family were Christmas [uests of her parents, Mr. and rtrs. Vester Owen in Cardwell. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ballard Christmas day were Ronnie Ballard of BIythe, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dean 'ierce and family of Farming- on, Mo.; and Mr and Mrs. Gary Thomas and daughter of Jiythevilie. md Saturday with their parents tlr. and Mrs. Sam East and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Bolin. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sickles and daughter of Fayetteville are spending the Christmas vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moaten Sickles and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Williams Mr. and Mrs. Leo Donner and their house guest, Mrs. Charley Wright of Harrisburg, spent .the holidays with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Calvin Lamb, in Oak Ridge Tenn. Mrs. Ruth Isaacs spent Thursday night in Memphis as gues of Mr. and Mrs. James Fran s. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. White am family of Silsbee, Tex., visite( tier mother, Mrs Myrtle Pear son during tiie holidays. Basil Davidson of Wenatchee Wash., is visiting his brothers W. M., Neil and Marcus and his sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Modesitt. Mr. and Mrs. Butch Boyd of Memphis spent the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Routon and Mr. and Mrs. Coy Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Deaton and family of Osceola sp e n t Christmas «1th his mother, Mrs J B. Deaton. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Berry and children of Brinkley spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Amos Decker. Mrs. Wilbur Weston of New Douglas, 111., Mr. and Mri. Eddie B. David of Blytheville and Mrs. LUUe Grain of Manila. Larry Isaacs of Memphis, spent the holiday weekend with his mother, Mrs, Ruth Isaacs, and his grandparent)), Mr. and Mrs. Jim David. Mr. and Mrs. George Bugg of St. Louis, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. DAvidson and other relatives. They came especially to attend the wedding of Paulette Robbins and Michael Wagner Mr. and Mrs. George Adams and son are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David East and Mr. and Mrs. Wade Adams, In hildren of Dumas spent Friday iBelzoni, Miss. Dr. and Mrs, Terry Lynn Ballard and children of Grand Rapids, Mich, spent the holiday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs The Wright family annual Ihristmas breakfast -was held at the home of Mrs. Madge Brown Sunday morning. Attending were David Joe Wright and Mr. and Mrs Wayne Wallace and family of Jacksonville, Fla.; Mr. and Mr Wayne Sickles and daughter of p'ayetteville; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Williams and children, Mr. and Mrs. Buren Flannigan and children, B. J. Hutton and Mrs. Gerald Wallace, all of Manila. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs George Bunch Christmas day were Mr and Mrs. Charles Woolf and son of St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carey and children of Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. Terry Bill anc daughter o£ Memphis; Pfc. Michael Bunco of Fort Bragg, N C. and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ersi of Manila. Dinner guests of Mrs. Lee David and Mrs. Lorine Blackwooc Christmas day were Mr. am P. G. Ballard and Mr. and Mn, Paul Bobbins, Mr. and Mn. Ke» Sehwauta and children of Bogue, Kan., spent Christmas with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Dial Ballard. Christmas eve dinner guest* of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Davidson were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davidson and children of Jonesboro; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Holt and children and Mr. and Mrs. George Adams and son of Manila. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Adkins and family spent Christmas day in Harrisburg visiting his mother, Mrs. George Moody, and Mr, Moody. Mr. and Mrs. Jack T i p t o n spent Christmas day in Caraway visiting their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tipton Today In History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Saturday, New Year's Eve, Dec. 31, the 365th day of 1966. This is the last day of the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1879, Thomas Alva Edison first demonstrated his electric incandescent lamp. On this date: In 1862, President Abraham Lincoln signed an act admitting West Virginia as a state. In 1921, Lenin was re-elected leader o£ the Soviet Union. In 1924, the name of Norway's capital city was changed from Christiania to Oslo. In 1945, Bermuda voted to end its war ban on the use of automobiles. Ten years ago — Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev, who early in 1956 delivered a sensational attack on the late dictator Josef Stalin, seemed to re- verse his stand at a Kremlin New Year's Eve party where he was quoted as describing Stalin as "a great fighter against imperialism and a great Marxist." Five years ago — President John F. Kennedy and Soviet Premier Nikita, Khrushchev exchanged New Year's greetings, assuring each other of a firm resolve to find a durable peace in 1962. One year ago — Presidential envoy Arthur D. Goldberg outlined U.S. peace moves in Vietnam to President Charles d« Gaulle of France and to NATO. De Gaulle answered Goldberg by declaring that France will not get involved in the Vietnam Mechanic Wanted HEAVY DUTY • TRANSMISSIONS • Engines • Differentials Contact Jack Redmond Charles Reed Buick 2505 Poplar Ph. 452-1105 Memphli, Tenn. Pvt. Richard P. Dean, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Berlin Dean o( Holcomb, Mo., has completed eight weeks of advanced infantry training at Fort Dix, N.J. His wife, Rita, lives at 217 Wilson, Kennett. Lt. Wendall L. Irby, son-in- law of Mrs. J. K. McDowell of Blytheville, has completed Air University Squadron Officers School at Maxwell AFB, Ala. , .,. . Dinner guests of Mrs. Minnie Pvt. Caleb L. Davis III, 24,1 Ballard Christmas eve were ter. Others will then co-operate wi«i you in the world matters, Show that you have wit, wisdom, VIRGO .(Aug. M to Sept. MJ.'uali. 6« very tcooMakusI lo- whose parents live in Braggadocio, Mo., has completed eight weeks of advanced infantry training at Fort Ord, Calif. Capt. Damon L. Clemons, 29, USA, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Clemons of Wilson, arrived in Vietnam Nov. 20. He is a 1955 graduate of Weiner High School and received his B.S. degree in 1959 from Arkansas State College at Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Gammill and children of Leachville; Mrs. Etta .Grady and children; Calvin Ballard and Mrs. Mary Giids of East Chicago, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton and children; Mr and Mrs. Alonzo Fleeman and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bartholamew, and niece and nephew, Patsy and Harold Wilbanks all of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Deaton stead. Much that Is worthwhile is practically free. MOON CHILDREN (June 2 to July 21) Be careful you do not start any arguments at abode or you will regret it later. Others at home could be very upset and it behooves you to be consiliatory. Show that you are truly devoted. . {will catapult you into the high- LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Bet-' er brackets during A.M. but be ter await a better day to get sure you do not irk a higher-up. through with whatever bigwigs want from you in A.M., but later be on your gurad for one who gossips incessantly. Gain good will during day. Tonight there may be unpleasant influences about. Rest. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Hit on some good idea that those important matters righted since you are apt to be very upset right now. Look out for that other driver and be safe yourself as well. Get busy with regular work. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Show others that you appreciate their cooperation and you will find it easy to add to your present income. Don't ruin your welcome with big business person. Stay away until absolutely necessary. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) !et busy and plan for whatever is upper-most in your mind during A.M., even if later you may feel you are not accomplishing a very great deal. This could b« very lasting success prone in the future. Good friend gives five advice, but do nothing as yet. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Morning is ideal for coming to some agreement with good pals on a very worthwhile project. Then do your work very efficiently. Take time tonight to take exercise, etc. and rebuild your energies SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Do. II) Bo «u* you e»rrjr Fine day for character building as well. Show that you have brains — use them in right direction. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Getting your bills paid early is very wise so that you later have time to plan for greater success and efficiency. Please mate by doing some duty long neglected. The future is what you yourself make it. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) If you get together with associates, much can be accom plished to benefit all concerned. Further study is then necessary tonight. Being altruistic is fine, but be sure you get your just share of profit* tonight TODAY ... he, or she, will be TODAY ... he, or she, will be one of those clever young ones whose aims will be practical and is not afraid of detail. However, If you do not early give an opportunity to be with others there is apt to be too much self- consciousness in this chart. The desire is to co-operate with other, and If you give ports early, shyness can be overcome and social savoir faire learned. Stud to oolltgo without fell, TO SERVE YOU MONDAY JANUARY 2 Kroger Frozen Orange ..,.„ Ice Cream Juice Blackeyes Fig Bars Drinks Pizza Pie Bacon Oranges Bananas Country Club , Kroger 6-6 oz. ., Cans 2 fb. Bag Kroger Cokes Pepsi 7 Up 2 Ib. Pkg. 53' $f09 25 C 490 2 6 Bottle Cartons w Coupon Chef 13 oz. ea Thrifty Sliced . Florida Temple Price in this ad good through Jan. 3,19667. Open Mon., Jan. 2, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Regular hours Tuesday thru Saturday.

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