The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 15, 1968 · Page 10
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Ten- Blylhevllle (Ark.) Courier News - Saturday, June 15, 1968 Some of the most engaging pictures of President Johnson nave been those taken with his grandson Patrick Lyndon Nugent. Johnson shows typical pride and de- /ighf in showing "Lyn" off to visiting dignitaries or anyone at hand. .And no matter how crowded his schedule, there is a/ways room for a romp with Luci's baby. PRFSFDENT JOHNSON gets his first glimpse of his grandson in an Austin, Tex., pitll aTfaughter Luci witches. Named Patrick Lyndon Nugent, the tot was »~ nicknamed "iyn" hos- ckly VSS is deBghted in hold "Lyn" on his lap as he drives away from church ia Stonewall, Tex^ after attending VISITING the White House, former West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard, left, was treated to an exhibition «I walking by 9-month-old "Lyn." LBJ beams. DECKED OUT in Texas regalia, "Lyn," 7 months, gazes wonderingly at his famous firanddad who is beginning to recaU what fun a baby can be. ENTERTAINING his grandfather aboard the Presidential plane, "Lyn" performs pat-a-cake and finds his audience most receptive. r ONLY JO MONTHS OLD, bnt "Lyn" has <he President ef the United vSialcs completely • >• bis power. Her* he turns lihn into a horse on the lawn of the LBJ ranch w Ifcxas. ^ What's For Lunch? MONDAY Snack Banana Slices & Milk Lunch Beef Tallorina Seaosned Collard Greens Tossed Salad Corn Bread Muffins Oatmeal Cookies — Milk MONDAY, JUNE 17 :00 BEYOND THE EARTH 'spectroscopes and Spectrum Analysis. ; 30 ALL ABOARD How We Get From One Place To Another. 3:00 JOURNEY High Iron Holiday. 3-30 THE BIG PICTURE Weekly Report. The U. S. Army in action around the world. 4:00 WHAT'S NEW The Lost Pony. An afternoon adventure with a group of Danish youngsters. 4-30 AUTO MECHANICS Used Car Tips. Checking out a used car to give the buyer a thorough picture of the actual condition of the car. 5:00 FOLK GUITAR Program 17. Laura Weber teaches the A7 chord, and three new songs. 5-30 EASTERN WISDOM AND MODERN LIFE Nonsense. Themes of Eastern Philosophy and their application to modern life. 6:00 200 YEARS OF WOODWINDS The First Woodwind Quintets. The Philadelphia Woodwind Quintet performs and discusses the early woodwind quintets. 1:30 WHAT'S NEW The Lost Pony. An afternoon adventure with a group of Danish youngsters. ':00 ALL ABOARD How We Get From One Place To Another. :30 CHANNEL 10 TRAVELS High Iron Holiday. 1:00 THE FACE OF SWEDEN The organized Society. The life and culture of Sweden. 8:30 THE FRENCH CHEF French Salads — Mayonnaise. Preparation of tempting salads and dressings. :00 NET JOURNAL Never A Backward Step. Repeat. A profile of media mogul Lord Thomson of Fleet Street, with appearances by Marshall McLuhan, Prime Minister Wilson, and ex-Czech President Novotny. YOU GUESS WHICH FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) Either there are mighty few dogs in Kentucky or citizens are disobeying the law which says all dogs must have a license. The Agriculture Department reports only 72,000 dog lags sold last fiscal year in a state with 3 million humans. Tumble Doll The first tumble doll was an image of Buddha, a Chinese god Such dolls were weighted at the bottom for the Chinese believed Buddha could not fall. JACOBY ON nKJDGE NORTH 15 V954 « 76 * J 10 6 5 2 WEST EAST A Q 10 75 AK863 V K 6 2 V 7 3 * A 10 9 » .Q 8 4 3 2 *Q84 A 9 7 SOUTH (D) *42 V A Q J 10 8 •»KJ5 + AK3 East-West vulnerable West North East South IV Pass 2V Pass Pass Pass Opening lead— A 5 Astrological * Forecast * By CARROLL RJGHTER McNaucht Syn«K«l» IB*. easily come to better terms SUNDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: So deuomliu your forecast, not» paragraph opposite da*«s whip* include jour birth datt Jhanges, drastic measures of all kinds appeal to you now but hey could bring you so much trouble you would be wise to study the spiritual and-or ethical tenets of your choice, doing hose things which are in accordance with the Golden Rule. Avoid a chip - on - your - shoulder attitude. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Some philosophical study is necessary while you also handle certain little jobs that are important around the house. For;et those emotional desires, since they would not be to your good. Take it easy. TAURUS (Apr. -J to May 20) Don't give in to that temptation !o tell friends off because you :eel they are treating- you badly. You could be doing something wrong yourself that could be the cause. Keep busy at whatever your aims are. GEMINI (May .21 to June 21) Be careful you : do not act in such a way that you spoil your carefully built - up reputation. Keeping promises to bigwigs is a: must. Don't get upset over some business affair. All blows over nicely soon. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) It behooves you to study well any plan you may have in mind before carrying though with it. Listen to what people of wisdom have to suggest. Don't think you know it all — and don't underestimate others. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You had better get busy finishing up what you have promised to do, and do it in a very precise way. Closest tie is- not in a frivolous mood, so stop getting silly. Show that you are attentive, though. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) You must make a point to listen carefully to what persons of wisdom have to suggest or you could wind up behind the proverbial eight ball. Meet others more than half-way if you want to get along better. Be bright. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You have to be very prcise in doing your work now or you get in deep water very soon. This is also a day for service to others. However, do it graciously and generously for best results. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 lo Nov. 21) Being charming to others can certainly help to lighten their spirit and make life more worthwhile for them as well as yourself. Keep busy with that fine talent you possess. Get the burrs out of it. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Doing whatever will make conditions about you much better is fine, but don'l go "way-out" or others will certainly criticize you. You can come with everyone. Did you forget :o keep that important promise today? CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Utmost care in driving is most important right now and you must hold back that un- tind utterance you want to make. Don't forget to go to church, since you need added inspiration. Stop feeling hatred for others because that's what ;hey want you to do. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You must do your utmost to gain the favor of those with whom you are dealing in a monetary way and get the right results. Do nothing that will jeopardize the security you now enjoy. A silly act could spoil it all. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Concentrating on the social and not so much on the 'practical is best today, since you make big headway via that road now. Some health improvement is also good. Don't look on the dark side of life but enjoy beauty even in the smallest things. . IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be aware of the fact that he, or she, will be working with the right philosophy if success is to come, so teach early in life, the best that you know and believe in. The desire to travel in other lands- is very strong here and can be a possibility if you teach early to take care of health properly. College. MONDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day and evening when you are all steamed up to make all kinds of decisions and moves and most of them are apt to be adverse for your future. Poor judgment seems to be the order of the day and evening. To try to force others to do what you want which, if followed, could end disastrously. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) You have to closet yourself in your office, etc., with all that work ahead of you, if you are really going to get it done. Lis ten to what an expert has tt say so that you rid yourself 01 certain problems. Then forget them. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Many friends and relations are longing to hear from you, so get busy on that telephone and stop being so reticent. Stop being so confused within yourself, too, by talking your problems out. Be happier than you have been in some tune. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Take care of those business affairs that put you in a better light with higher-ups. Keeping busy at regular duties adds much to present prestige. Take life a little more seriously; it'i not all a bed of roses. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) An inspirational idea comes to you but you have to accept it without question if it is'to work out properly for you. Listen carefully to what newcomers have to say. Don't turn them away laughingly. LEO (June 22 to Aug. 21) Make sure you pay others for their work now or you could *et into trouble later. Be precise in whatever is your special work. Showing associate you understand ideas leads to operating together more satisfactorily. Be clever. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Be sure you know early what is expected of you by associates or they can resent your actions. Much occurs showing what your true position is with others. Alertness is necessary in all things. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Can't you make your surroundings more efficient and easier to take care of? Be a better manager. Do your work quickly arid well and without disturbing others around you but getting their admiration instead. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) It would be a good idea to 'forget business for awhile and please kin, friends by joining them at amusements they like. Get that talent working that delights others. This can be a most amusing day and evening for you. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Being more willing to do what kin want you to do can lead to true understanding there now. Handling those fundamental matters is very good, since you can enjoy more security in the days ahead. Be fast. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You can be doubly efficient today and put • out more work than you have in a long time, regardless of direction you follow. Sit down with associates and talk over your finest aims for the days ahead. Control your temper. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You get marvelous ideas now that .can assist you to add considerably to assets, abundance you now enjoy. Put them to work immediately. Cut down '. on expensive baubles that bring very little in return. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) , Stop being so independent and sit down with persons who can extend the favors you need in order to put those ideas to work in a constructive way. Taking treatments you need to mak« you more attractive is good. Pep up! IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be a very attractive person, bul needs to speed up where making decisions is concerned. It il necessary lo learn to carry through with whatever is start ed in a positive and constructive way, without deviating for this is the formula for success here. Good ethics must be inculcated early. The field of selling is fine here. NO DICTATORSHIP PEACE BOSTON, (AP) - The ftata motto of Massachusetts translated from the Latin, means: "By th sword we seek peace, but peace only under liberty." Today's hand was played In a rubber bridge game at New York's Cavendish Club. Barbara Kashmar, who sat South, was rather disappointed when she saw the dummy. It represented just about the worst possible se, anil she noted there were problems in each of the four suits. There was an automatic correct spade play and Barbara made it by playing dummy's nine. When East won with the king, one hurdle appeared to have been taken care of. It looked as If she could finesse iiie spade jack later on and get rid of one of her minor suit losers on the ace. East returned the three »f hearts and a lot of players would have gone wrong at this point in the proceedings by play ing the eight, but Barbara played the queen. West won with the king and led a trump back. •Barbara won in her hand with an honor so as to retain the nine as an entry to dummy. She cashed her ace and king of clubs next and led a spade to dummy's jack. If East had produced the queen, Barbara would have been down at least two tricks, but the jack held. Now Barbara was able to discard her three of clubs on the ace of spades. Then she led a jclub from dummy and ruffed high. This dropped East's queen The eight of hearts was led next to put dummy in with the nine, and two of her three diamonds went on the last two clubs. Sort of a humdrum hand, but look at all the chances Barbara had to go wrong. We will condede that the nine of spades at trick one was automatic and the play of heart honors in order to make the nine spot an eventual entry to dummy was also automatic, but we wonder U many player* would hav« remembered to cash the ice and king of clubs before taking tin spadi flnessn. DO YOU WORK IN OSCEOLA? LOOKING FOR LESS EXPENSIVE TRANSPORTATION Why take the family car out on the road and stack up needless miles when our company is offering a less expensive bus line service to and from your work in Oseeola. We have two clean, late model buses which will enable us to offer prompt and to the minute scheduled service to aH the Osceola factories. If interested, please contact us today for rates. , INTERESTED PERSONS CALL PO 3-8778

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