The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 22, 1966 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 22, 1966
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Fag* Two - ttythevWe (Ark.) Courier News - Friday. April «. Astrological Forecast By Carroll Righter ijtmc»tt, determine root foreost. »««• SATURDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: This is a day and evening of apparent conflicts. Although you have many opportunities to advance and to progress at the same time, you have some fixed blind spot that keeps you from being able to see things as they actually are. So look into new conditions that arise but keep a weather eye for some difficu- ties that may not be at all obvious, apparent. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) While emotional and cultural matters may find quick support, don't forget the practical as well. Be very careful before you commit yourself to anything. Stall for time and be sure nof to be" extravagant in any way. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Big - wigs will readily come through with backing you need now, so don't be stubborn and think you can handle affairs by yourself. Appreciate their help. However, be sure you know what you want and how much. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) This is a good day to take care of any matters in the outside world of activity, civic matters, etc. Try not to get emotional in carrying through with what higher - ups want. Know your own ablity. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Although your mind is filled with fine, constructive ideas, you could dash off with one who is very demanding, if you are not careful. Forget i sips. Get off on a more progressive tack. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Bet ter stick to finances and getting personal affairs handled nicely instead of strutting about in th wrong places. Do whatever wil bring more esteem from higher ups. Show more devotion to loved one, too. Be more comforting. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Vita! that you gain the esteem of associates today instead of dashing out to some worthless tangent or others, even family, vorably. Don't be extravagant with loved one in wrong directions. Show gratitude to advisors. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) This can be a most ideal anc happy day for you at the hobbies and with the persons you like. Don't be over - shadowet by the personality of another who likes to strut. Hold your own with everyone. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Own hearth and kin should be the center of your attention today, even tho il means sacrificing some pet hobby you may have. The rewards will be great later. Show thai you are a devoted person, in. spire others as well. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Eary morning shopping wil result in your finding just whal you need and then you can visii with those who are difficult to reach during work days. Steer clear of the frumpy or foolish. Get ahead faster. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Financial affairs should be placed first on the agenda anc advice from experts sought. Be sure you first complete important matters before being propelled out by mate. Relax anc enjoy the frivolous, if necessary FISCSS (Feb. 20 to Mar 20) Trust to your own judgment in all things this day and improve your vitality by sensible treatments. Show that you are a practical person tho others may think otherwise. Avoid jittery family tie. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TOD AY... he, or She, will be one of those delightful persons to Whom anything of a mental or cultural nature is very pleasant and easy to undsrstand, delve into. However, you must early base the education along practical lines first so that feet will remain on the ground and then you may permit the Imagination to soar. There can be even fame in this most interesting chart, ranging from designer to speaker. RARE FOCUS—A mirror is necessary when Jean Anne Crisp.of Ponca City, Okla., reads without her special glasses She has a rare focus to her eyes which causes her to see print the reverse of what it actually is-left is right and right is left. •^v ;LS. ^f •—• •— ^rr "w *™^ Hal Boyle REMIU SOIL BUILDERS ll. MMMtf ptM *IM !' Bfytfurill* Sod 1800 W. Main NEW YORK (AP) - Do people cross the street when they see you coming? Do they yawn when you start to speak? Do they squirm, fidget or flee in terror when you open your mouth? These are all signs that you haven't mastered double-talk, the greatest social art of the 20th century. It is simply a matter,of saying exactly what you don't mean, and meaning exactly what you don't say. For your guidance here are a few typical examples of modern, everyday double-talk followed by their literal transla- Today In History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Saturday, April 23, .the 113th day of 1669. There are 252 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1564, William Shakespeare was born. On this date In 1789, President-elect and Mrs. George Washington moved into a house on Cherry Street in New York City, making it the first presidential mansion. In 1838, the first regular transatlantic service was inaugurated when two ships from England arrived in New York after 17 and 15 days at sea. In 1896, the first public showing of a motion picture was held in New York City. In 1940, a fire in a dance hall in Natchez, Miss, killed 212 people. In 1942, there was heavy fighting at the gateway to Oslo, capital. of Norway. Ten years ago — The Soviet Union indicated it might accept, the first phase of a U.S. disarmament plan, but the plan was rejected later. Five years age — President Charles de Gaulle ordered that all means be used to end a revolt of generals in Algeria. One year ago—The Soviet Union launched its first communications satellite. tions: "So sorry, Molly, I brushed my cigarette against your new dress." What I would far rather do is pour a plate of beef stew on it. * * * "I don't know what we'd do without this little place in the country." Probably live in the city and really enjoy life, I suppose. "We feel that we have an up and corning community." Next year we're installing lights in the cemetery. "I tell you what let's do. Let's play charades." Anything to get these bums out of the kitchen. We're running out of liquor. "Well, if you feel it was against your principles, senator, I can understand why you didn't back my bill." But when you want a vote for that new dam in your state, pal, don't come crawling to me. "Before I pass out the final exam questions, students, I want to remind you that here we all operate under the honor system." That's why I have stationed three assistants around the room—to see that you don't cheat. "After all, money isn't everything." There are also things like stocks and bonds, diamonds, real estate and a good credit rating. "You look so svelt<- and slim, Marge. What's your secret?" Even that $49.50 girdle can't hide those six malted milks a day. * * * "We're sending Debbie to a new school next year. It's supposed to be very exclusive." It only takes students that have flunked out of other schools. "Oh Jane, I've never tasted such a yummy sauce. You'll just have to let me have the recipe." Then, when I stop at the hospital on the way home, the doctors will at least know what antidote to give me. "Do'I think the difference in our ages will make any real difference? Of course not, you sweet old silly." When a girl marries a guy with one foot in the grave, she';, got the battle half won. "Well, well, well. And where have you been hiding?" Wherever it was, go back and hide there some more. Happiness Is Not Found in a Bank (McMutht »jndic«t« inc.) (IIBIItlBlljlliMllnililiiBiaitlllliiiiiliiiiilliiililililliihilililBII™ THIS If *Bwi Htete GM (tent CONOCO SERVICE A8B S) DIVISION G. 0. POETZ W 6 ** OIL CO. A tart « lha i..CONOCO! IMOfc Brand New - Heavy Duty • 12 Ft. FISHING BOATS S99.9J • 14 Ft. FISHING BOATS $119.95 • BOAT TRAILERS 190.00 • NEW It Ft FfflREGLASS RUN-A-BOUT BOAT H95 Open 'Til 9 p.m. Daily—12:00 Neon Sunday FREE PARKING IN REAR Byrum Hardware And Seed 116 E. Main — Ph. PO 3-4404 or 3-3529 DEAR ABBY: What can a wife do when her husband makes a god out of m o n e y? Maybe it was Ludvig's hard childhood that makes him the way he is, but should I hold but any hope for a change? He says the only security there is is money ir. the bank. He banks his paycheck before the ink is dry on it. He gives me $25 a week for groceries to feed a family of six. Believe me, I have to add fast or stand red-faced before the cashier at the checkout counter if I'm five cents short. I give Ludvig credit for owing no one and having money in the bank, but we never have enough heat in the house, and the kids and I go around looking like welfare cases. With $66,863.55 in the bank, should our boys have to put cardboard in the bottoms of their shoes? WONDERING IN BUFFALO DEAR WONDERING: A man who would deny h i t family the bare necessities of life in order to build i bank balance it sick. I would be more concerned about restoring some balance to hii life. Hold out a dime. You may have to slip away to a pay phone and call a doctor. DEAR ABBY: It an American man marries a European woman does she automatically become an American citizen? Answer in your column as soon as possible as a big decision is predicated on the reply. DON'T SIGN THIS DEAR DON'T: No one "automatically" becomes an American citizen by marrying an American. There is a three-year waiting period. Then tests must be taken. If the tests are passed, the person must then be "sworn in." DEAR ABBY: A friend called me and asked me for a receipe, she'd heard I had. A mutual friend had told her It was the most delicious casserole she'd ever tasted. Well, it was just a can of this and a package of that. A child could throw it together in five minutes. I was ashamed to tell her it was so simple, so I said it had been in my family for years and 1 promised my grandmother I wouldn't give it out. This has been on my mind for days, Abby, and I feel terrible about it. I don't usually lie. I'd really like to square things with her, but I'm in so deep now I don't know how to, without making a liar out of myself. TROUBLED CONSCIENCE DEAR TROUBLED: Don't worry about "making a liar out of yourself." You already have. Now you must 'fess up. (She'll understand.) Give her the recipe, and if it's as easy as you say it is, and as d e 1 i c i o u s as she heard it was, it will leave only a good taste In her mosth. CONFIDENTIAL TI ENCINO EMPLOYER WHO IS "OVERWHELMED WITH GRATITUDE BUT UNABLE TO EXPRESS IT." Try money. Problems? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self - addressed envelope. Hate to write letters? Send $1 to Abby, Box (9700, Los Angeles, Cal., for Abby's booklet, "How to Write Letters for All Occasions." DIG WE MUST LEAVENWORTH, Kan. (AP) —Twenty-eight inmates of the U.S. Penitentiary here have formed a chapter of the Kansas Anthropological Association — a group concerned with digging for relics of the past. None of the new group has disclosed any plans for digging. FAST RELIEF *on ntvtn AND PAIN OF COLDS HUnt, ttrongut r*ll«f you cm git without t pMtcrlptlon. GENERAL MACHINE WORK SUMS • TOOL AND DIE WORK • HEAT TREATING • ENGINEERING And DESIGNING Manufacturing and Machine Works BARKSDALE 325 South Broadway PO 2-2911 Lawn Mowers & Small Engine Repairs AUTO TRUCK and TRACTOR PARTS CO. SERVICE SHOP PO 3-4511 316 North Broadway Your Authorized' Briggs and Straiten Distributor for Mississippi County. ENGINES • PARTS • SERVICES We're celebrating by offering this Millionth Mustang Special!!! SPECIAL MUSTANG HARDTOP! SPECIAL PRICE! SPECIAL EQUIPMENT PACKAGE INCLUDES: • Sporty accent stripe • A sports console • Wire-style wheel covers • Whitewall tires • Personal nameplate • Chrome-finish air cleaner • Choice of any Mustang color PHILLIPS FORD SALES Broadway at Chickasawba llyrh.vill., Ark. Where service follows the sale

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