The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 23, 1966 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 23, 1966
Page 14
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BIytnevffle (M.)' Courier Htm - ffimrihy, am* », »* to determine yuur lateiau, uole paragraph opposite dates, wlucb delude vmu buttt dat« FRIDAY ^GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day and evening to fix up your surroundings, getting out all mail, letters, correspondence a ; nd communications. Later, rc- you admire to join you in some recreational acilivity you like. Gad about a good deal. This brings excellent results, also in a business way. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Many opportunities are open to lax at the pleasures you like, appreciably and planning far in- But perfect them with much Avoid desire to fight and care. you for increasing abundance to the future, thus getting rid of caiE. nvuiu uoo.,^ ,„ ..„.„ „.._ tensions. Confer with expert re Icick up a rumpus in the early I property. Make improvements morning hours! Don't p e r m i t that are necessary. others to influence you in Siei V1GUO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) High - strung pal who is usually wrong directions, have will power Show you ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) The planets are favorable and pretty selfish is now in a mood to do you favors of a financial t nature, etc. Make the most of j <*". be _ "llJ^™ 1 ,i" wmCORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. Tne pianeis are javuiaujc anu . ( «n..~, — — . you can get all that work done,!present possibilities. Social lite] outside duties then handled ef- brin | s " n ' re f'!,/?''nrt •»/ ficiently and anything along ere- LIBRA (Sept U to Oct. 22) •tive line beautifully executed. Discuss plans with co-workers. Co-operate with them, too. .: TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You have fine ideas today that Will lead to having a very delightful time wi* congenials. Be of a jovial mood and show you liave a sense of humor. Your daily work can be done in record time. ^GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) ideal day to tone up your sur- riundings by cleaning or changing draperies, upholstering, removing unnecessary brie - a- brac, etc. Friends or kin can be very helpful. Listen to their Ideas — follow some of them. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 t July 21) You are able to gent- i persuade fascinating person WILSON LITTLK LEAGUERS - These little leaguers at Wilson were caught by ihe photographer while they were in practice this week. The batter is Don Busey; catcher Dale Slaton; and the pitcher is Jerry Stewart. The league has 25 boys out for baseball. Coach is Bill Moon. (Courier News Photo) NEW YORK (AP) - Burt Lancaster, the millionaire movie actor, zestfully polished off a luncheon order of six cherrystone clams — which were three clams more than he used to earn a week as a circus acrobat. "I had a happy childhood here — four kids living in a walkup, coldwater railroad flat in East Harlem," he.said. "I often doubt if my own kids have as much fun as I did. "We used to like to play stickball in the streets. Eight times I was knocked down or run over la[med furthering your success is the means by wh::ii you make wise moves now. Strive to maks others like you more. Devotion to attachment in P.M. brings wonderful returns. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) If you first comprehend what you desire to accomplish in a personal way, you can then contact good friends with your good ideas. They instantly co-operate. One in particular gives full support for them. ..SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Public work can certainly assist you in various spheres of your endeavor, but you must first prepare yourself quietly, confidentially. Alsa get . 20) Vou can slant your efforts in such a way that you do something very helpful for a good pal who has been more than generous with you in the past. The person is deserving. New sites are your best bets. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Confidential talks wifii a person who is most experienced in some new outlet you have in mind, or present one you know very little about, b r i n g s the right results. Be more inspired in love life. You've been in a rut for some time. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Higher-ups you truly admire will give you assistance where personal aims are concerned, f you find the proper method of approaching them. Carry on with what is expected of you quickly, without hesitation. Be trustworthy. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... fie, or she, will be one of those young individuals who has a fetish, almost for orderliness and cleanliness. Early teach that is good, but that overall principles and matters of import come first or your progeny will be left behind in the race for progress. The fields of teaching, nursing, designing, merchandizing of all kind, are ideal here, and a college education would be advised, but need by cars." The big, handsome film star, who at 52 still looks fit enough to play halfback on a pro football team, rubbed his side reminiscently. "It was bright, exciting and dangerous — but all life is, or should be. I don't believe you can create a Utopian society built on total safety. You have to take your chances." Taking a chance has been a key part of the Lancaster credo ever since he quit college after his sophomore year to see the world while doing backflips and somersaults for a circus. He also served three years as a GI, and worked as a road laborer, boiler stoker, singing waiter, and department store floorwalker in the lingerie sec- Most of his 40 films have rung merry tunes on the cash register But one the critics liked best, "Sweet Smell of Success," a realistic study of the seamy side of night life in Manhattan, proved a clinker at the box office. In an industry that can be as boring and ego-frustrating as running on a treadmill, Burl still has the happy enthusiasm of a Cub Scout going on his first patrol. "There is no substitute for curiosity in life," he said. "It is in retreating from life that you are most likely to deestroy yourself. tion. With only an Army good conduct ribbon and three weeks' experience on Broadway, Burt crashed Hollywood — literally. In six months he was making $100,000 a year, now gets $750,- WHAtS BEST FOR A HEADACHE? Na oth« Ublil In govirnnunt- ipontoted test of 5 leading pain relievert gave stronger, laittr pain relief—than St. Joseph Aiplrln. Gentle a> buffering, mw» etntlt Ihan "combination ot Ingredltnli" product* letted, 6ul costs htlf K much if they do. Nothing better atany price! STJOSEPH ASPIRIN not necessarily be the rule. 1000 and more a picture. OTASCO SAWNCS! 48 th Anniversary Open Till 8 p.m. on Thursdays! 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