The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 18, 1968 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 18, 1968
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Page Twelve — "Blyttieville (Ark.) Courier News - Tuesday, June 1», 1968 Astrological * Forecast By CARKOLL RJGHTER- to determine yont forecast, note paragtaon opposite da'o« wnico include your birtb dat» Wednesday GENERAL TENDENCIES: One of your best days and evening to be on the go towards whatever mental or physical aims impel your activities in a forward direction and you can certainly he very articulate in stating what you want - and 'how you would like to have Anything. You find that a warm and happy feeling in the air makes conditions pleasant. : ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) This can be a day when you are able to do pretty mucn ''what you wish ..or you could -just sit down and accomplish •absolutely nothing. It is up to you Others are going great : guns. See to it that you do 'likewise. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You may find that you have to : do some investing if you want : to clear up certain matters that 'are puzzling right now. One who :has been in hot water for some time now returns some favor you have extended in the past. .Have fun later. ' GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) .Some personal interests can give you real pleasure and suc- -cess now, so get busy with them. You look really charm- .ing today and can get just : about anything you want. Oth- : ers are ready, to assist you at '.every turn. MOON CHILDREN.(June 22 ito July 21) Contact'individuals who are influential who can : help you to get ahead in -the world through more m o d e r n methods. You can "make pro. gress in civic work, also, if you ; apply yourself/Others are then : very favorable toward you. , LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) New situations are now arising but you have to be equal to them if you are to get the benefits you want, and friends in . particular are very clever in " helping you. Take advantage of this and change your attitude somewhat. Then all is fine. . . . VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Showing those you love how affectionate you are and keeping McNaueht promises you have made can now. Add to present good will. Slop being so lackadaisical and all goes better for you. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You have to be more willing to assist your associates instead of trying to tell them what to do, if you want to get the best results. Keep busy. This can be a very stimulating day and happy evening for you. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) There is much work to be done and you had better do it your self instead of depending on others so much. Then coworkers are more respectful, higher-tips think more of you. State your ideas clearly. SAGITTARIUS .(Nov. .22 .to Dee. 21) It's all right to go out for fun after you have done a good day's work, but take along good pals and double your pleasure. You have to change your attitude somewhat if you want mate to be as affectionate as you think he, or she, should be. Be loving, kind. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Let there be a group meeting in your own home today and gain the good will of others; have a perfectly wonder- fur time. Add those artistic touches that stamp you as a good host, hostess. Much good can come of this in many ways. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) One of those unusual days when almost everyone you contact will be in the right mood and you accomplish whatever you started out to do. Get busy and write that letter you have been procrastinating upon for some ime. Be brief, but friendly. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Thinking practically is the best way for you to get the right ideas for earning more money, and quickly. Ring that business expert and get the right know- know. Then full speed ahead and less talk, more work. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be one of those charming young people who is naturally endowed WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19 2:00 BEYOND THE EARTH The Moon And Its Phases. 2:30 ALL ABOARD Row Row Your Boat and A Trip Up The River 3:00 JOURNEY Rhodesian Rendezvous and South Africa's Animal Kingdom. 3:30 THE AMERICAN BUSINESS SYSTEM Technological Development. How the market system in the United States fostered technological advances. 4:00 WHAT'S NEW Lappland. This unusual program was made in Lappland during a five - week period in the season when the midnight sun turns night into day. 4:30 TO BE ANNOUNCED 5:30 EASTERN WISDOM AND MODERN LIFE Law and Order. Themes of Eastern philosophy and their application to modern life. 6:00 200 YEARS OF WOODWINDS The Early French School of Woodwind Writing. The Philadelphia Woodwind Quintet performs. 6:30 WHAT'S NEW See 4:00 7:00 ALL ABOARD Row Row Your Boat and A Trip Up The River. 7:30 CHANNEL 10 TRAVELS Rhodesian Rendezvous and South Africa's Animal Kingdom. 8:00 CHOICE: CHALLENGE FOR MODERN WOMAN The Principle That Counts. Assisting modern woman in making reasoned choices as she makes decisions in her life. 8:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS News In Perspective. In Color. New York Times writers analyze the month's headlines — timely and informative. 9:30 INDIA! MY INDIA! As In My Time. A special JACQBY ON BRIDGE Everything happens •{«. th-e. unlucky expert.. That-is ...everything bad. He must have some- filing good occasionally'but we: never hear about it. Here-i-s his latest tale of woe: "With 24 points Including two aces and air four; kings, I was certainly entitled to 'go. to six no - trump. For anyone else 24 plus 10 or 34 .is. enough for.a slam. Most of the time 32 is enough for my. opponents. This time, with the bad break in hearts, I had no play for six. West opened his 10 of diamonds. East's.jack lost to my king and I cashed my ace and king of hearts to see what would happen. West showed out and it became apparent to me that West had opened a four- card diamond suit to the 10. I led a diamond. West played the eight and I ducked. East showed out and West proceeded to cash three, more diamond tricks and set me three; Imagine a man leading away from an ace against six no' -.trump!" We sympathized with ' our friend, but we.really felt that he deserved this • bit of ; b a d luck. He had .no; play for his slam without that diamond lead. With it ;:he'should: have made the hand,"without knowing where the'ace of diamonds was. : '. • There was no hurry about playing the 'second diamond. When West showed out.on-'-the second heart'lead, South'might have played a club.; East would four - part: Series examining the state of this great Asian nation. Documentary footage highlighting historical advancements and achievements down through-the years, the population problem and it s relation to . the world situation. ' . "'. .'• "\4Q73v, 4Q10.4: WEST ' -.EAST '•- : ; *9 ' . '." 41.10876543. ¥4 V J'10963- 4A-10982 4J. #876532 +Vold SOtlTH (P) If AK . 4K654 + AKJ8 Both vulnerable' West North East South 2N.T. Pass 4N.T, Pass 6N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead— • 10 — b y max tturm — have shown out. immediately and South would know that West had started with six clubs, one heart and various spades and diamonds. There would be no reason not to play a couple of spades. Lo and behold! West would show out on the. second lead of that'suit. ...•'.. South would have a perfect count of the West hand'and know, that he started with'ex- acly five diamonds. Tha't would leaye only on.e diamond for •East' and he had already played it. South.would .know where the. ace of diamonds ,was just as surely as if he .were looking right, at it. • ' Quick Quiz Q—What is the best selling A"White Christmas," by Irving Berlin, which has sold over 44 million copies since it was released in 1941. Q—What was the first prize fight with a million-dollar gate? Fran-estimates given^byvar- ious county agents and others close!to the agricultural '.scene in the Bbotheel, Missouri appears -to have wound- up .with around 200,000 acres /of cotton now growing to a stand. T h e intended plantings, he said, totaled 321,000 acres, fro-m a federal allotment of 354,000. A provision of the cotton program calling for a 10 percent diversion of cotton acres accounts for the reduction of the actual allotment to the lower figure. Thus, Missouri has wound up, as far as planted and growing acres are concerned, with a prospect of a 60 percent normal crop for 1968. This, of course, is much better than the less- than-50 percent estimates made earlier. 'Contributing to the brighter outlook for the Boothe- el crop has been the period of hot;sunny weather.that arrived in the region recently, which the late planted cotton needed What's For Lunch? WEDNESDAY Snack ... Peanut Butter-Jelly Sandwiches & Milk .'. ' Lunch - Chicken Salad - .,'. . French Fried Potatoes Buttered-Peas 'Saltine-Crackers . • Applesauce &• Cake — Milk A—The Jack" D e m p s e y— Georges . Carpentier championship heavyweight fight held at Jersey . City, July 2, 1921. Dfimpsey won by a knockout in' the 4th round. to "germilnate • and grow. ' What will- be needed later- on is a growing, season' long, for: t-he late plantings, to. produce fruit: Much"" of 'the.; retail ' merchandising industry 'Was feeling: 'the effects of 'the. cotton-chopping payroll -circulating In the region. -At the 'start, the. rate -of pay was running around $7 a day plus 50 cents per worker for transportation to and from the fields. However, the growing use of pre-emergence types of herbicides to kill off weeds and grasses before' they sprout, has cut the need for hand hoeing as used in the past. Efforts are continuing to develon methods aimed at eliminating hand hoeing altogether, comparing with the use of machines to harvest the cotton instead of having it picked by hand. . . Wrong Governor CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) 50-foot reii carpet was rolled out at'the'.Charleston Municipal Airport-to'welcome Gov. John 'Connelly/of Texas when he arrived-for the .Southern Cover- nors Conference. •-, A plane taxied up Sunday and outstepped L;A. Stalling of Tul- sa,,0kla., pilot of a private company's B26 which had stopped for fuel and was flagged to the wrong parking area. Stalling'told the welcoming committee: "I'm Gov. Stalling from the state of Confusion." Now Many Wear FALSETEETH With Little Worry Do your false teeth annoy and em- ban-ass by slipping, dropping, or wobbling when you eat, laugh or talk? 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