The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 1, 1966 · Page 2
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Tm - Blytheville (Ark,) Courier News - Friday, JulyJ, IVff VI Gridiron Star Ends Viet Tour •From the gridiron in Blytheville to the rice paddies in Viet Nam! That's the route Bill Waldrup Jr. 1st Lt. United States Army, took. Waldrup a former football star for Blytheville High School, has returned from a year's tour of duty in Viet Nam. And Bill wasn't the only Waldrup bo" serving in the military. His brother Joe, who is in the Navy, made two overseas tours to Viet Nam on the carriers U. S. S. Kitty Hawk and the U. S. S. Midway. Bill returned from Viet Nam n May. He met his wife in San rancisco and then visited Us mother, Mrs. Elma Waldrup of Santa Monica, and his brother and his wife Mr. and Mrs. Joe Waldrup. After visiting in California, Bill and his wife returned to Blytheville to visit family and friends. Both Waldrup boys have been honorably discharged: from the military. Vlcksburg, Miss., is nicknamed the "Gibraltar ef the Confederacy." The city surrendered after a 47-day siege. Seaman Joe Waldrnp I- Astrological * Forecast * BIGHTEB to dturaliu you foncu.. me«» foraenph oppodtetatw, WKM» <aclud* joni birth d»tt SATURDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES! The long Holiday week - end dawns as one in which much of value can be put In motion §o long'as you are careful In traveling or if you do not agree and disagree with newcomers or influential personalities who are about you. Make sure that you do use today's Full Moon to organize your week-end in a sane fashion. AIRES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Affairs to the business world are of prime importance and can be expedited if you follow all laws pertaining to them. A higher-up could prove somewhat cantankerous, but keep calm. Don't be sarcastic. TAURUS (Apr.' 20 to May 20) You veer away from the prosaic in your ideas today and this is good. Follow through on them and get excellent results. Make your plans now for some trip that is vital to your welfare, whether of business or per- conal nature. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) First be sure to pay any obligations you have incurred before dashing out to Saturday pursuits. See to it that all is in order at home. Try to meet expeca- Ions of your sweetheart or wife, whichever the case may be. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Getting in touch with allies and planning new deals, etc. will bring the results desired. Situations will be clarified that have been shadowy in the past. Take care of such intelligently. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Do the important things that are required before you dash off to whatever is appealing and necessary to your mental and physical well being. Dynamic associate may be a little demanding Carry through, nonetheless. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Morning planning activities of the day, evening makes all go like clockwork. The one you most admire Is amenable to Ideas are best forgotten. This Is only a bad habit. LIBRA (Sept. » to Oct. 22) 'If you do your utmost to please those at home and get surround logs beautiful, this can be a very happy day and evening. Deepening friendships is also possible. Very gracious manner does e great deal for you. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Contacting those individuals who can easily give you advice or data you need to get projects operating nicely is fine. Be very practical in fundamental affairs. Show largesse to the right people." ' 'SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to 6ec. 21) You can be very clever Jh handling certain practical ai- flrs today, so get busy early. See to it that Improvements to properly are also made. Pine Bight for MOM spscUl bobby UcMtncbt Sjmaiemto, Ine. with congenial pals. CAPRICORN (Des. 22 to Jan. 20) You have to get in touch with either intimate or mercantile contacts if you want to gain your aims today, tonight. Use your intuition, be gracieus. Please others greatly by your charm, appeal. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) First you must know what t is you truly want, then work quietly toward such aims, gaining the approval of higher-ups. Assis hose who come o you tor help. Avoid those who are merely moochers. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You are able to get the assistance of a rather dull but well- heeled individual for your pet projects, provided you state your aims honestly. Sociability brings wonderful results in P.M. Be more sure of yourself. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he, or she, will be one of those very interesting young people who early will insist on having everything in its place, neatness and order about at all times .Dealing with property is the best outlet here, whether male • or female, and since there is a tendency to be too practical minded, give spiritual and ethical training early. Do nothing that will destroy the fine natural drive and ability here. News Of Men In Service Marine Private 1-C Danny J. Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hallie A. Scott Jr., of Leachville, has completed a week of testing and screening at the Naval Air Technical Training Center In Memphis. The tests were to determine his eligibility for technical training to prepare nun for duties with the Aviation Branch of the Marines. Airman Jackie L. Emery, son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Emery of 1120 Logan Lane, has been assigned to K. I. Sawyer AFB, Mich., after completing Air Force basic training. Emery Is a 1962 graduate of Blytheville High School. He attended Southern Baptist College, where he received an A.A, degree. Jerry K. Talley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Taliey, Route 3, has been promoted to staff sergeant in the U.S. Air Force. He Is a weapons control systems mechanic at Me- Connell AFB, Kan. Talley is a graduate of Burdetts High School. & White Terrific Reductions Shop & Save! TRAWlKm SOFAS EARIY iMEflUN SOFAS INTERNATIONAL 72" WHITE SOfA, ny Ion cover. 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Regularly priced at 89.95. Sale price •=•: ^i •> •*•• 69' KENLINE SOFA, self decked, rust floral cover. Regular 299.95. 4 JQ95 Safe . _,^ I ,.,, 1 . i . «..-,— x.;. H7 ITALIAN STYLE SOFAS INTERNATIONAL SOFA, in nylon. Green. Regular 399.95. 1Q0 95 Safe price ..... ,. T ............. I 77 GREEN GOLD INTERNATIONAL SOFA, with latex cushions. 4 OQ95 Regular 279.95. Safe ..... ......... \Qj INTERNATIONAL OPEN ARM SOFA, in gold. Regular 299.95. 4 AQ95 Sale ,.^,,.. ........ . Mt : ..,,, ..... | 77 DANISH SOFAS BENCH MARK SOFA, with sparkling plaid cushions. Regular 744.95. AA95 Safe , ,.,. 77 BENCH MARK 3-CUSH/ON SOFA in soft brown. Regular 199.95 Safe .,..,..,.„ ..,.. SLEEPERS VINYL SWfVEL ROCKER. One in soft blue and one in green. £l\95 Regular 89.95. Sale..., BEDROOM SUITES TRADITIONAL MINT GREEN, 2 cushion style with nylon cover. Serta Sleeper mat' trest. Regular 279.95. 4AA95 with trade .safe 177 BROWN FLORAL SLEEPER, with 3 nylon covers. 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