The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1966 · Page 3
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Blythevffl* (Art.) Courier News — Saturday, May T, MM - ttgt Thm Astrological * Forecast * By CARROLL fUGHTER To determine your forevaal, aott I>mcrapfc oppoiltt 4iui, wklck llcludi your klrtk dat* SUNDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: A great many opportunities are present today and tonight that give you the chance to use that ingenuity and resourcefulness of which you are particularly endowed to get your points across t« others — the right word, phrase, sentence can come to you easily. Combine mental swiftness and manual dexterity now. Be inventive. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) You are able to make those sales or important purchases with facility at this time. Know what it is that others want and your partners in particular. Help them gel their alms and you reach yours more easily. TAURUS (Apr. 2fl to May 20) You are able to show in black and white what your assets are and can get credit very easily as well as others' physical assistance. Be sure that your budget is exact. Don't rely on memory alone. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You ar« very intuitive and can now understand what your aims »r* and will then make the right impression on those you want to get financial support from. Get out socially together in P.M. Make inroads via that route also. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) If you sit down with those who are expert in your field as well as bave confidential talks with dynamic friends, you can advance swiftly. Don't confide in others. They could take away from your potential. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) A good time to date those who are very friendly toward you and much co-operation can be Jorht- eoming. Dining out, joining them at golf, etc. will bring about true meeting of minds. Gain your objectives. VIRGO (Aug. 32 to Sept. 22) Find out what your true position is with Bigwigs and see if you are in line for a promotion, com mission, etc. Getting into civic work is very good. This can help you a great d eal in your regular work also. LIBRA (Sept. ZS to Oct. 22) Looking into your paper and other periodicals give* you operations at this time. Get advice from newcomers, also. This is me right time for expansion. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Your hunches are good now, so rely on them more than usually. You can easily figure out whatever has been puzzling in me past. Evening is especially good for any recreation that you truly enjoy. SAGITTARIUS (NOT. 22 to Dec. 21 )Ideal day to have a good talk with partners that cement better relations with them. Reconciliation with those who have been opposing you is easy, also. Harmony in all make* life far more pleasant. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. M) Getting busy early and putting all that work behind you is best way to gain the respect and cooperation of co-workers, especially those who have been puzzled by your actions lately. Take it easy tonight. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Ideal day and night for do- HERMON JONES BVSINttft MEN'S ASSURANCE <*. 1OO Dam »'• .«&»• 274-««« umpau t. TOMUM Otil (or m» OomultMloo. uSnc. tot *rt»M PIutfBl En IUB, .inantttlp u Oor- nup. nudoa, KMM- t Ud McNlUfht S»4iUt*. 111. ing pretty much whatever you please that makes your life richer. Bring those practical ideas to fines* who can assist you to greater prosperity. Evening is best time to work on that special hobby. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) It behooves you now to go out of your way to do something for kin that they would especially appreciate. This would certainly help to increase harmony at abode. Make certain that you do not neglect important business matters either. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY it will soon be noted that there is a tendency to be almost nervous in manner, but this only covers up a most stable consciousness, since the ambition here is phenomenal. Important you slant the education success is possible, along both the practical and me aesthetic. Any profession where finances come into large play is best for this very agile mind and equally agile body. A wonderful MONDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: This is one of those unusual days when you are able to do whatever is necessary to merchandize your products — or you give those who are able to help a well - rounded idea of just what you do have in mind. Then you can get together with whomever appeals to you emotionally for a pleasant evening. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Doing whatever you know will make those who dwell under your roof happier is best in A.M Make everything around you more comfortable and see that all is in good working order. Enjoy surroundings with kin or friends in P.M. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Getting your files in order, catching up on correspondence, bringing in supplies, etc. should occupy a good part of this day. Be as efficient as you can in the future. Work on hobbies in P.M. with good pals. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You are able to increase income now so that you need not have to economize so much in the future. If repairs need to be made on property, contact right people. Fix your budget so that it is more flexible. MOON CHILDREN ( June 22 to July 21) A little self-analysis in the mirror shows just what you must do to become more attractive, affluent. Then out to social affairs where you make a big hit. More happiness can be yours thusly, too. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Whatever you need to do that is confidential can be handled with speed and efficiency today and you gain greater prestige. This applies to those you have known for some time and newer contacts. But be sure to keep closemouthed. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Ideal day to be with allies and comrades to talk over your par- ticular plant ind find wt how to gain mutual aims mer* readily. This applies to personal as well as business affairs. Out in society tonight'. LIBRA (Sept. JS to Oct. K) You can add much to your present position if you confer with persons in authority and come specifically to the point. Get their aid for whatever you propose. Do something civic. Dine in style. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Get rid of dull chores quickly and into new activities mat give you a chance to soar, a better insight into whatever brings true prosperity. Find new associates. This brings out ideas that can be easily digested SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) If you are quiet for a little while, your intuitive perception will be increased and you know how to handle problems better. Then .make fine plans for the future. Show others you are adept in your field. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Those you look upon as associates now look with favor upon you and your ideas and there will be far greater understanding in the future. Consider their feelings more. Don't be so stubborn. Own up when you're in the wrong! AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Work is me keynote today, so be sure to plan your time wisely and make allowances for any interruptions that may come up. Show co-workers that you are of a co-operative spir- il. Make big headway. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Keep busily occupied with those tasks that make your life more affluent and happy. Show creativity. Any recreational activities in P.M. should be planned early and reservations made on time. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he, or she, will do best in whatever has to do with merchandizing, manufacturing, and business in general. Early give spiritual training so that the emotional in this nature can be toned down and the practical brought out, otherwise much of the opportunity to make big headway that always surrounds your progeny will go down the drain. The public in general has much to gain by his, or her, efforts. wmmwmmw » J&ly..- Debt Can Never be Repaid u I/ an ren (McNtofbt lac.) gii«i«iiiii«^^^ DEAR ABBY: May I say something for the thousands of us who are retired? Most of us draw small social security retirement benefits and have no other income. We can't work for various reasons Maybe a wife or husband is disabled and can't be left alone. Then our children write us, "Don't do this," and "Don't do that." And, "Can't you get someone to do it for you?" I wonder where they think the money is coming from to get things "done" for us? They also say, "If you 'need' anything, let us know." Abby, they know we aren't going to ask them for anything Why can't each son and daughter send a few dollars every month in case mom and dad "need" something? It would mean so much to us. Parents are proud, and they don't like to ask their children for anything. What do you say, Abby? ONE WHO KNOWS DEAR ONE: I My, I'd like to i«e the child who had to ask his Parents for something he "needed." Par ents k"ow how much it costs to feed and clothe each child, and there was always enough for "extras" because mom and dad denied themselves luxuries. The son or daughter of an aging parent who says, "If you 'need' anything, let us know," needs to know something of the debt he never can repay — the one he owes his parents. DEAR ABBY: 1 have a 22- year-old son who is only human. There is a big, overgrown, 14-year-old girl who lives up the street from us, and she runs after my son all the time. Her parents have given her permission to date. She is forever bouncing over here, asking my son to carry OPEN •••••••••••••»•• EASTSIDE MFA SERVICE EAST HI-WAY 18 AT 1-55 !••• •••••••••••*•••• WELCOME! Wt Want Your Butinta . . . Stop < Lit Ut Show You! Brand New - Heavy Duty • U ft. FISHING BOATS SW.H • 14 ft. FISHING BOAT* HUM • BOAT TRAILERS tN.M • Niff U Ft FDHiaUM BON-A-BOOT BOAT Mtt Open Til 9 p.m. Daily—12:00 Noon Sunday FREE PARKING IN REAR Byrum Hardware And Seed 110 E. Main - Ph. PO S-4404 or 8-3521 The Menu II Mother's Day' SUNDAY MAY 8th APPI-TIASERS Seafood Gumbo or Fresh Orange Juice SALAD Toss Salad w/Choic* of Dressing Cottage Cheese w/PineappIe, Sliced Peaches, Pears ENTREES ALA CARTE (That Will Be Prepared To Your Taste) ROAST LONG ISLAND DUCK seasoned w/Rice OVEN BROILED SWISS STEAK BREADED VEAL CUTLETS PAN FRIED CHICKEN w/ALMONDS CHOPPED BEEF STEAK COUNTRY FRIED STEAK BROILED OR FRIED CHICKEN LIVERS ONE DOZ. SHRIMP w/COCKTAIL SAUCE FRIED GUMBO SHRIMP FRIED DEVILED CRAB VEGETABLES Choose From A Taste Tempting Selection of Vegetables & Potatoes Iced Tea DRINK Coffee DESSERT DE JOUR Apple. . . Peach . . . Cherry Cobbler OUR SPECIAL MOTHER'S DAY MENU Roast Prime Ribs of Beef $2.50 U. S. Prime Rib Steak $3.00 Original French Peppercorn Steak $4.95 Our Own Breast of Chicken Boneless Stuffed w/Wild Rice, Almonds, Apples .. $3.00 Wf PAUSE NOW TO WISH YOU A HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY "tlythwilh't NtwMf £ Fimsf Restaurant" DRUMMER BOY Motel and Restaurant 1020 So. Highway 41 PO 3-8161 Prirof* Dining Rooms For f cmqvtfe onrf Partitt. her places or to take her to the movies or somewhere. I told him he had better not because if anything ever happened to her he would go to jail. I am worried to death all the time, Abby. I have even talked with this girl and tried to warn her about what could happen, but she won't listen to me. What do I do now? WORRIED MOTHER DEAR MOTHER: If you think your son could become dangerously involved with this girl, why don't you lecture HIM? It won't help to "warn" Little Hed Riding Hood if the "wolf" is loose and bent on mischief. DEAR ABBY: What can I do about my mother? I am 15 and have just started to date. (People say I'm cute.) My mother is a 37-year-old widow, and she has just started to date, too. (She is very at- tractive.) Last Saturday night I had to break a very special date because at the last minute mom got chance to go A FIRST FOR HARRISON — Robert Clark, Harrison High band president, holds first-place trophy won by the band last week at a state music festival in Pine Bluff. The award cited the Harrison band for "general excellence" in Class B competition. (Courier News Photo 1 out and one of us had to stay home with my two little brothers. And another thing, Abby, mom is always on the phone, and my friends tell me they can never get me. I don't think this is fair, but what can I do about it? GROWING PAINS DEAR PAINS: Since both you and your mother are now playing tfee feiisg game, you should take time out and make some ground rules. Don't expect "equality"; mom should get preference because of her age (you've got more time, honey). But you should never be asked to b r e a k • special date to baby-sit. And about the phone: Tell mom to put in a second phone If it means scrimping somewhere else. It's the best investment an attractive widow with three children can make. CONFIDENTIAL TO "JUST ASKING" IN ENDI. COTT: If your husband is unreasonable, inconsiderate, and . an out-and-out cheapskate, take him apart during the daytime about it. But to go thru his pants pockets while he's asleep is just plain wrong! Just Armed! LARGE SHIPMENT OF LADIES' DRESSES Open Sundays 1 P.M. to 5 P.M. Airbase Highway U. S. BEMSmsd BF K&&Sa<IK STAMP COUPON »|rinlt«rii -Mninct °° EXCtfT U«OE« co»oiTio»s>ifi"«w»'ir'fS $|c»£H»r of *e*ici/tru*E 00 NOT fOta \. DO NOT SPINDU You're Welcome to use your Gov't. Food Stamp Coupons at any Kroger Store in this area Naturally, your food stamp coupons are worth their face value toward the purchase of any food or food product for human consumption except alcoholic bverages, tobacco, those foods which are identifid on the package as imported, and meat and meat products which are imported. They will be accpeted without question or comment. They go farther at Kroger, too, thanks to Kroger's everyday low prices on items you want and need — in many eases, the lowest prices in town. What's more you get Top Value Stamps on these purchases just as you do on cash purchases. Kroger is the best food store for you to use your government food stamps, because you get DOUBLE SAYINGS LOW FOOD PRICES plus Top Value Stamps

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