The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 18, 1966 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 18, 1966
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Two - felythevffle (Ark.) Courier News - Monday, July 18, MM Astrological * Forecast * By CAKKOLL KiUUT! .t .J lo determine your rurecas note • paragraph opposite dates, which -delude vnur birth date TUESDAY '.'.GENERAL TENDENCIES: Until midafternoon, very confusing conditions prevail, arising nj)t;-only from a deceptive attitude on the part of others but because of your own muddled thinking. However,' later you have a good chance to have a very happy time by amusements you attend or entertainment you provide. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Tak*e no chances in business or otherwise in A.M. Orthodox methods are best. You will be able to have an excellent time at recreation later on. Don't expect others to flatter you, even though this would please you. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Try not to irk kin in A.M. by some impossible ideas, since later you think more clearly and can impress them instead. Your whole structure starts to become more solid after lunch. McNaucnt Syndicate Inc. Relax at home in P.M. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) If you drive very carefully you find that you are able to keep all those appointments, visit, shop, etc., otherwise there is trouble. You use right.psychol- ogy now to make others happy. Appreciation comes in P.M. MOON CHILDREN June 22 to July 21) While you want to improve your financial position, you find that you run into snags in A.M., but matters improve as the day goes on. Listen to ideas proffered by a business expert. LEO (July 22 to August 21) During A.M., keep cool, calm and collected under pressure from others. Later, all works out to your own benefit. Take time to improve your health. Ideal social fun is possible in P.M. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Certain private anxieties could depress A.M., but later you come up with the correct answers to these enlgmai. Keep busy on those plans of a constructive nature in A.M. Then carry through with projects with a feeling of sureness. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) During A.M. you could have a serious upset from one you trust, but take it in your stride since all turns to your favor later. Plan early for P.M.'s social activity. Such procedure will make your affairs run smoothly. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Some public or career matter might not go as you want it to in A.M., but later you find that civic problems improve appreciably. New situations arise also. Patience pays off. SAGITTARIUS UNOV. 22 to Dec. 21) You may not like it when one opposes you or you get what seems to be bad news, but you are then inspired to solve intelligently all problems. Resist temptations in A.M. Then you win. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Find some better way to get your obligations attended to in A.M., but don't put them in operation until later. An associate who is devoted helps after you have stated your aims. Be very precise. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) One who opposes you can be very difficult during day, but you can reply to queries very wnslbly and all Is fine. In fact, y6u get support. Several tensions are posslbled uring day, but all clears up by evening. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar, 20) You find it hard to get into your work In A.M. but my persevering you later more than make up for lost time and effort. Assist co-workers with their problematical affairs. This makes for better understanding. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she, will be orte of those charming Children who Is very Inquisitive and Intelligent and asks one question right after the other, and it behooves you to show a good deal of patience and answer them, since this knowledge absorbed early will be very helpful in school and upon maturity. The law would be a fine outlet here, whether male or female, and anything connected with public wOrks. BRAZILIAN-BUILT CARS RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) The Brazilian automobile industry has broken all production records this April with 19173 new cars, According to the Ministry of Industry and Commerce, this figure represents a rise of 41 per cent over April of 1965. 78,853 automobiles were produced in Brazil. Of Men In Servte Harold W. WatWns, ion of Mr. and MTi. C. 0. Witkini of Steele, Mo., hU been promoted to technlcil §erge«nt In thi U S. Air Force. He it ititloned at Nellli AFB, Nev. Watklns' wif«. Peggy, ti the daughter of Mr. artd MM. Hefman Rushing of Carutheriville, Mo. Army Pvt. fUrtald L. low- Man, whose wife, Patricia, live* in Uachville, hai completed advanced armor training it fort Knox, Ky. ftowman'i parents, Mr. »nd Mrs. Morris L. Bowman, live at Newport Billy F Hatch, ion of Mrs. Verdle C. Hatch, 425 E. Ash. has been promoted to the rank of captain in the United States Army. Hatch Is attending a nuclear weapons school, and will be home in three weeks for a 10- day leave, Wlliam D. Hannah, son of Mrs. Mary L. Gay of Wilson, PHYSICAL FITNESS •*-. Even with lOOv degree temperatures physlcaJ fitness must go on. At Osceola YMCA physical fitness classes Al Marques is shown working out with ladies' class. They include Mrs.' Clea Hanna, (left),; Mrs. Stewart Gurley, Mrs. Bob Tarrant, Mm. Emanual Tarver, Mrs. C,.A, Strange Jr. and Mrs Paul Billings. Classes are conducted on : Monday, Wednesday.and Friday :at 10:15 a.m. for the summer months. (Courier News Photo) N. C., has been promoted to staff sergeant in the U S. Air Force. Hannah's wife, Shirley is the daughter of Mrs.Gladys A. EC- hols of 1212 Howard. 'Shanghai,Communist. China's most populous city, has a population of almost seven million. The quetzal, once the sacred bird Of- the Aztecs, is the national bird-of Guatemala. Jack rabbits Can take 20* foot leaps and run 45 miles ai hour. 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