The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 3, 1965 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 3, 1965
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p»|t Eifbt - KythevflU (Ark.) Courier New - gitmOey, April *, 1M Astrological : Forecast * JBf CABROU. 8HGOISR f»«* fOIMUt, BOM <McN»iif ht fre«le*u lac.) a better footing on life. A visitor or one who dwells at home has A-l ideas for you. Accept them. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) A fine free day to garner information you require and that is easily accessible now. Go about seeing the persons involved. Then you make big headway, get problems solved. •ervices of your choice and _£ *«« <*"**> » "p™ crystallizing your thoughts. TODAY, he or she wil attract ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) |influential persons early who Thinking big is the best way to will be interested in seeing to ' 8 * - - it that wonderful opportunities are in the offing for your most talented and charming progeny. Be sure to have only the finest youngsters about early to pre- SUNDAY 'GENERAL TENDENCIES: Now you have a wonderful day and evening to bring all kinds of beneficial new philosophies of life o fa very practical nature Into your existence this Sunday. You can get others who are highly placed to give you some special backing after attending get big now, but be sure you first consult with specialists in your line. Take the time to improve your holdings of a property nature. Be clever. - TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) I vent errors that can well be You have to decide first what you want, and then go after it in-a positive manner, since there is every possibility of success now. Don pretty garb. Then Off to the race of the talents. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21; A very powerful individual will pay attention to your ideas and needs, if you are explicit and exact Be dynamic and you find you have new plan for success. Attend services. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) An influential friend can be very helpful in a social way to open new doors for you if you show there is a profit in it. Group meetings are your best bet Make the right contacts. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Be sure to live the Golden Rule now, since others are observing avoided, since the life is spent pretty much In own environs — travel here is only for business. MONDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: You awaken restless and eager to make some changes in your life, but you would be wise to await a more propitious time. Others are now likely to be so upset that they break promises or leap into any fray without counting the cost that is involved. Think a situation out, do preliminary studies. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) If you do not plan time and ac tivities wisely, you can certainly dash hither and yon without purpose. Don't depend on shoe- Be very practi- to - earth. string deals, cal and down TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Property matters are best han- you closely and need inspira ,,.,,.. . , ton. Be a true light in a rather! dled »V. ^tog very practical darkened community. Then life and hfving your feet on the ground. Don't pigeon - hold your bills. Get as many paid as smiles on all more warmly. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Getting in the company of wise and high - thinking individuals is productive of fine stability for you now. A dastant visitor has finest ideas for you. Be very courteous, respectul. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Your intuition tells you what to you possibly can and feel secure. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) If you are thorough in all of your labors, fine, interesting deals can be made quickly later. Be more attractive in appearance. Others will then be very r to make the future days j more happy and abundance in- : creased for you and hours more I delightful. Meditate. Show real! affection for mate. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Ideal day to get in touch with person you want to join you in come new deal of importance. Some special favor will pave way for quick agreement. Be happy tonight. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) First attend services that give you wisdom, then tackle those duties before you. Realize the importance of small things. Get health bettered. Fix your wardrobe — be more modern. CAPRICORN (Dee. 22 to Jan. 10) Being with one who is truly congenial and delving into some day. Get plan fixed far into the future. Much happiness is in (tore or you. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Good day to sit back and think of basic matters and get * themselves with LEGAL NOTICE Pursuant to the provisions of Probate Code Section 152 notice is hereby given that the accounts of the administration of the estates listed below have been filed on the dates shown below by the named personal representatives. All interested persons are called- on to file objections to such accounts on or before the sixtieth day Mowing the filing of the respective accounts, failing to which they will be forever barred from, excepting to the accounts. No. 4124 Estate of James Henderson Davis, deceased. First and final account of Juanita Davis, 414 N First Street, Bly- tteville, Arkansas filed March M, 1965 : No. 4l» Estate of Raymond Cornelias Riggs, deceased. First and final account of Opal May Biggs, 617 Clear Lake Avenue, BJytbeville, Arkansas filed March 18, 186 No. 4140 Batata of Homer Adolph Crown, deceased. First tad final account of Blonda Jane PO Box 221, Monette, fifed March », 1MB No. 4141 Estate of Margaret J. Ooora, deceased. First and fin- Mi account of Blonda Jane a>ikes. PO Box 221, Monette, on Much 23, 1963 pidi Cterk ttte te 1st day of i Bfrtto Parker County ft Probate Clerk f B>lSttle P. Stanfield, DC ,:». April I MOON CHILDREN (June 22 July 21) Why be disgruntled Because your plans seem to liave gone awry? Know that whatever happens is always for the best. Be sympathetic with one who is having a very hard time of it. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Don't think that others are in a posr tion to do you favors right now, but it is possible it could be vice versa. Be gracious. Don't go about socially and throw money away. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Reneging on your obligations could certainly cause you t o lose face with the higher - ups you depend upon now. Get your work done with more alacrity precision, too- Show you are on the beam. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) New modes of expression are very attractive but be s u r e you first consider well any chan ges to be made. Beware o some new acquaintance. Ideas may be quite faulty and ephemeral. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21 Better rely on logical thinking instead of following intuition today which could be quite erroneous. Pay your bills. Get per sonal obligations behind you quickly. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 21 to Dec. 21) Your partners are ex tremely pressed, so don't rely on them for personal favors now. Be more spirited yourself and carry through with promis es. Then you get ahead jus the same. CAPRICORN (Dee. 8 to Jan. 20) You are tempted to go of to some seemingly greener pastures and forget your obliga tions. This would be folly. Be more precise in the execution of your labors. She's 'Agin' Sex DEAR ABBY: I am tired of reading articles and columns saying that people are "sick" just because they don't go wild over sex. Tell me something, why do people keep pushing sex? Why didn't you tell that woman, whose husband lost interest in her, to leave the poor guy alone? She probably wore him out. I happen to be one of those people who couldn't care less a bo u t sex and I wouldn't change if I could. If you stop to think a minute, you will have to agree that half the world's problems stem from sex. To mention a few: Overpopulation, unwanted children, sex, crimes, venereal disease and adultery. Besides, sex can ruin your reputation quicker than anything else. I am not a bitter old maid. I am a 37- year-old married woman and the mother of two teen - agers And I am not locked up anywhere, so I think I'm normal. I wouldn't give you a nickel for sex and I am perfectly content. NOT SEXY AND COULDN'T CARELESS DEAR NOT SEXY: YOB may be "perfectly content" — but how about your husband? DEAR ABBY: I have had some experience in the matter of men losing interest in sex after having reached a certain age, so I think I am qualified to make a statement on the subject. Some men lose their youth at 50, and some at 60. But you can take my word for it, if any man over 60 tells you a different story, he is lying. You are foolish to advise women whose husbands have lost interest in them to "get them to a doctor." No doctor on earth can help them. I am 72 years old and I know more about life than you do. A doctor once told me that after a man reaches 60, he is all wash ed up in the "love" department. And so is a woman, no matter what anybody says. We accept the fact that as we get older our eyes grow dim, and our hearing starts to fade. Our bodies aren't in the same condition at 55 as they were at 25. So why not face ALL the facts? We just plain dry up. And this happens to everybody if they live long enough. Respectfully yours, "WASHED UP" DEAR ABBY: A wife wrote wanting to know if medical treatment was in order for her husband, who seemed to AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Seeking entertainment is all right, provided you get vital tasks completed and are not extravagant. Bring best talents before right people. Get their assistance. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Since it is possible you are not feeling quite up to par, labor quietly and diligently so you do not over-do. Get small duties out of the way. Rid yourself of whatever is obsolete. W YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY, there will be much restlessness in this nature. Your progeny will begin things with much fervor but then quickly lose interest, if you do not early teach never to start what cannot be completed, and to finish what is once started and worthwhile. A highly inventive mind here. Send to college and give as comprehensive a course as possible. V an (HcMMfk. tisMMto IM.) W1WIIW.W have lost all desire (or her. If this letter came from my wife, I would like to answer her through your column: "No, my dear, medical treatment is not in order for me. But it is quite possible that it is in order for YOU! When I married you, ten years ago, you were 5'3" and weighed 117. Today you weigh 170, and are about six axe handles across the rear. Since bearing our two wonderful children ,you've decided that you've done your job, and you just lounge around getting fatter. The housework gets done only when you are expecting guests. No, I am not planning to leave you. I think too much of our children. But the thought of walloping some of that fat off you has crossed my mind several times." Abby, you could probably save many, many marriages if you would tell wives that "letting themselves grow fat and lazy" has destroyed more marriages than all the money fights, in-law trouble and infidelity put together. SIX-TWO AND ONE EIGHTY DEAR ABBY: Speaking of men who lose interest in the opposite sex reminds me of something I read long ago:' "When we are y o u n g, we avoid temptation. When we are old, temptation avoids us." YOUR FAN, FRANKIE Troubled? Write to ABBY, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Calif. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self • addressed envelope. For Abby's booklet, "How To Have A Lovely Wedding," send 50 cents to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Calif. NOTICE OF NEW ESTATE ON WHICH ADMINISTRATION HAS BEEN COMMENCED Notice is hereby given that the following is a list of estates on which Letters Testamentary or of Administration were issued during the month of March, 1965 with the date of the issuance and the name and address of the administrator or executor. No. 4198 Estate of Lula King, deceased. Letters Testamentary issued to Elmer Norman, Blytheville, Arkansas on March 3, 1965 No. 4201 Estate of Max Borowsky, deceased. Letters of An- ciallary Administration issued to Leone C. Borowsky, c/o Greaham Sudbury, Blytheville, Arkansas on March 12, 1965 No. 4205 Estate of Mike 0. Roberts, deceased. Letters of Administration issued to Mattie Bell Roberts, 512 S Franklin, Blytheville, Arkansas on March 12, 1965 No. 4211 Estate of Mattie Lawler, deceased. Letters Testamentary issued to Evelyn Talley, 813 E Moore, Hayti, Missouri on March 19, 1965 No. 4213 Estate of Ora C. Wright, deceased. Letters of Administration issued to David C. Wright, Manila Airport Road Rt. 1, Manila, Arkansas on March 19, 1965 Witness my hand and seal as such Clerk this the 1st day of April, 1965. Elizabeth Blythe Parker WATCH FOB AD ON ANTIQUEING DEMONSTRATION AT Ark. Paint & Glass Co. 105 B. Mtla PO Run-A-Bout Special 14' Winner Boat (1 *% if\ P 50 H.P.Mercury Motor Jl /US 15' Heavy Duty Trailer \JL i *J Fully Equipped—Ready for Hie Water See Us Before You Buy! Langley's Marine Service 412 East Main Phone PO 3-9115 By Lines You (EDITOR'S NOTE; This column i* for use by the readers. Material submitted will not be returned. All material should be typed and double-spaced and is subject to editing. Writers should sign their names and, in the cases of students, «houid give their age. Names will be withheld on request.) By Lines Looks To God Who knows what the future will hold? It has not yet been told. It can be good or bad. It can be happy or sad. It is left up to us; to make of it what we can. And not leave It up to any other man. It takes you and God's power To make life what you desire. God is always at your side; Willingly ready to be your guide. Whenever life grows dim You can always look to him. Life holds much pain. But there is something to gain From our sorrows. For there are always tomor- Expecting Baby HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Annette Funicello, the onetime Mousekeeter for Walt Disney, says she is expecting a baby in October. God is always there And place anu where. To give support. To give suort. Do as we all should And look for the good In each day. As we go our own way. Put your life in God's hands. He will help you with your plans. May God be with you In whatever you do. Clarise Crane Blytheville Ark. Contrary to rules of heraldry, the eagle on the presidential sealof the United States faced its own left. President Truman, in IMS, decreed that the eagle face its own right. Seventy thousand of the 206,702 people confined at the con- Germany, during World War II, lost their lives in the gas chambers or in other ways. j raiDiu Majority The Electoral College of the United States twice put into office a president who had not received a majority of the popular vote; Rutherford B. Hayes and Benjamin Harrison. There are more frozen food lockers in Iowa than in any other state of the Union. The human body moves some j 20 to 40 times a night during) It has been estimated that you exercise 7 million brain cells IB a 24 • hour period. First Baptist Church Blytheville, Arkansas John McCluthu, Ik. ».. PuMt 1»SO A.M. On Living Abavt The Sea Level Hebrews 11: 1-3 2nd Corr. 4: 16.11 7:SS P.M. A God For The Pedeitrlan Houn Is&llb 40: 18-31 Bell's First Crack When the Province bell was delivered to Philadelphia in 1752 it was hung on trusses in the Stat eHouse to try out its sound before being raised to the tower. A stroke of the Clapper cracked it (the Liberty Bell) during these epexmire s .n t Balearic Islands The Balearis Islands are an archipelago of five islands, with a number of islets, in the western Mediterranean, off the east coast of Spain. Majorca and Minorca are the group's two prin-1 cipal islands, according to the EncyQclopaedia Britannica. County & Probate Clerk By Charline H. Maynard (DC) | April 3' in MARINE IARDWARE & SUPPLIES at $Saving Prices lute Selection of Used Boats and Motors BYRUM HARDWARE & SEED 116-122 E. Main Phone PO 3-4404 DON'T FORGET OPEN SUNDAY 12 NOON TO 6:00 P.M. TWO LOCATIONS • Airbase Highway • Franklin & Chen? Buell W. Carter, MFA Agent 123 N. Broadway (Corner Noble Hotel) Phone PO 3-3361 Enjoy the BEST HOT DOG Served With Chili And Chopped Onions - Just the Way You Like Them. 6 ^ $ 1 KASTLE ? NRIVE GENERAL MACHINE WORK & WELDING • TOOL AND DIE WORK • HEAT TREATING • ENGINEERING And DESIGNING BARKSDALE 325 South Broadway Manufacturing and Machine Works PO 2-2911 Now Open - Tom Crawford's Tune-Up And Repair Shop Airbase Hi-way Next To Texaco Service Station TUNE-UP 8-CyI. cars |8 plus parts $C Most Cars, 6 Cyl. plus parts W SHOCKS 51 A 95 *19 95 Installed Front 1*1 Rear I £ BRAKES REPAIR, with brake shoes furn- $| A95 As low as Iv ished. Other parts extra. For Road Service or Ftee estimate* Can LE 2-5866 We Carry A large Stock of Parts. AH Are Guaranteed. THIS IS Bwi CONOCO SERVICE 48H * DIVISION G. 0. POETZ We «k* OIL CO. .CONOCO! A Pert of The Continental Oil Co. VIVAL April 4,5,6,7 and 8 SERVICES 7:30 A.M. April 5 thru 8 7:30 P.M. April 4 thru 8 PUBLIC INVITED Dr. Wesley H. Hager, Evangelist Minister of Grace Methodist Church, St. Louis, Me. Dr. ROBERT B. MOORE, Minister FIRST METHODIST CHURCH BlythtvilU, Ark. 7th & Main Streets GREAT DISCOVERY IN HOUSE PAINT! 3TALEY 100% PURE LINSEED OIL LATEX HOUSE PAINT Wcter-Thinnoble Linseed Oil Point t'-?t driel in 30 minutei All THESE FEATURES IN ONE HOUSE PAINT: BUS 4 DUST FREE IN MINUTES SOAP 1 WATER CLEAN-UP ONE-COAT APPLICATION •LISTER-MILDEW RESISTANT RECOATABLE IN 30 MINUTES EASY BRUSHINQ AND FLOW IUILT-IN PRIMER ONLY I, Thii point lombintl th. timo-p.. jn durability and odheiion of linieed til point with (ho c.nveni.nce and rapid dry of water paint. Now, for Mil firit timi, you ran bgy « home paint that paneiiei every advantage luuwn M the point induitry. Come in «nd let ui nil you mart about it. Fondren & Son Hardware 311 W. Main Phone PO 3-4520 "FREE PARKING IN REAR" • iii«i 30c New! FISH-WICH Select Blue Water Fish Fillet Topped with Tartar Sauce, Served on a Golden, Crisp Bun Hamburger Deluxe •* 25c Cheeseburger Deluxe •* 30c Featuring o Double Portion of Broiled Beet Burger Broil-N. 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