The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 23, 1966 · Page 8
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Pas* Eight - Blythevllle (Arfc.) Courier News - Saturday. July », Teh years ago, a long-simmering Near Eastern crisis exploded in open warfare. The many-sided Suez crisis of July-December, 1956, threatened the peace of the entire world, shook the United Notions, and turned allies against each other within an East-West confrontation. It took years to repair the damage, physical and political. The aftereffects are felt today in the world's power relationships. POL.ADV. PAID FOR- HURT 6£OR6S- eefiilftfiiitt '•• Israel, fearing growing Arab strength, seized tfie canal crisis opportunity to launch a preventive strike against Egypt Oct. 29. Israeli forces quickly overran the Sinai Peninsula to within sight of the canal. Egyptian President Nasser provided the spark on July 26, 1956. Reacting angrily to withdrawal of U.S. aid for the Aswan High Dam on the Nile River, he decreed nationalization of the Suez Canal, then owned by a French-organized company in which the British government held controlling, interest. The sea-level canal winds for 103 miles across the isthmus between the Mediterranean and Red seas. London acquired control shortly after its completion by French engineer Ferdinand de Lesseps, It was the vital key to Britain's lifeline of empire between the home islands and possessions in Asia. Britain and France promptly launched their own assault. The Union Jack fluttered over Port Said—the French occupied neighboring Port Fuad; But not for long. Russia threatened war, the United States denounced the attack and the Anglo-French force withdrew in December. Israel also called back its troops. A United Nations force moved in to guard the edgy peace. It is still on duty. One of the world's busiest waterways, the Canal at times resembles rush hour on a freeway. Confounding predictions that they would not be able to run the complicated operation themselves, the Egyptians had the canal back in business. They have since improved it—.widening arid deepening the channel—and increased toll revenues, to $180 million last year. More than 20,000 ships o year now use the cangL. Astrological k Forecast * ,8y CARROLL KIGHTE3 . not* irklci To determine youi loreca*. paragraph opposite dates, <aclud« TOUT birth date SUNDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: You are only able to utilize this McNantnt of tea. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 t Dec. 21) Get busy and clear up problematical affairs, abftu IUU CUB Uliiy duie LU ULIU&& "liu r- - . _--«„„*+; Sunday advantageously by being which you have been procraSti of real helpfulness to all you natmg or even now want to.run - - away from. Resolve to get anea< come in contact With by forgetting yoursef in doing for them and avoiding that temptation to be uncompromising, unrelenting and unremitting in demanding from others that they go along with what you would like them to do. Keep cheerful. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Don't trust your hunches today, but carry through with whatever is logical and highly accepted or you get into trouble. Show consideration for others. Your loved one needs to be cheered up — talk gently, smile. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Don't make the mistake of arguing with associates socially today or you jeopardize much that has been very fine in the past. Show cooperation. You are highly dynamic and can have a wonderful time instead. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Tried and proven activities are best today, tho you are tempted to delve into the wrong society, etc. Show that you are very human by being of service to those who deserve your efforts. Be kind. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Your worthy companion needs bolstering up after some difficult .situation, so do your utmost to soothe ruffled feelings. Show deplorable opponent that you are loyal. Don't spend too much money. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Forget that unfortunate matter at home and be sincerely kind and winsome. You find that your own problems vanish into thin air as well. Do whatever will make surroundings more streamlined, practical. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) If you must travel today, be very sure you obey all regulations pertaining to you or there could be great loss on your part — or someone else's. If others faster. This is only a matter o elevating your consciousness. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) It is useless to depend on good friends to help you with your personal problems since they are in quite a dither ove their own. Learn to depend up on yourself more in the future Rely on your own ability, which is considerable. AQUARIUS (Jan., 21 to Feb 19) Even the smallest infraction can cause those who have powe over you to be highly displeasec so be sure to use diplomacy tact. Avoid risks in anything Just take it easy, be sweet, am all is fine. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20 You feel that you have to trave far in order to find the beauti ful and the desirable, but this is only a mirage. Be more con cerned with all that which is around you now. Finish wha you have started. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he, or she, will be an individual of much determi nation to get what is wanted, no matter how or at what cost, so be sure to early give spiritua and ethical training or others can become very inimicable to ward your son, or daughter, am life becomes very unhappy al most sadistic. Any troubleshoot ing profession'is fine here, since the ability to understand mo lives of others is great. A fine prosecutor in this chart. MONDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: The only way in which you wil get anything of * worthwhile nature done this day or evening is by adopting a very agreeable attitude in which a smile and a word of encouragement are an essential part of your relationship with others. Influential men don't agree with your ideas, be are apt to be engaged with sharp macy, with them. Show diplo- LlBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Thinking over what you can do to gain your greatest ambitions and where (o get financing, if you need it, is good on this benign day. Avoid arguing over small matters. This is only a poor habit. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Stop trying to start an argument with others, especially at home, just because you like to argue — this could be very nerve • wracking to others. Clarifying own thoughts, getting rid of problemi ihould be your cup their own affairs and communi cations difficult. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Change your attitude toward associates or you get Into trouble by saying or doing the wrong things — be considerate Instead. Amusements are fine, provided you do not spend too much. Pick companions wisely. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Those at home could be in an irritable mood, and it pays to be considerate, though you yourself are under some pressure. Be more efficient. Than you get basic affairs in very fine order. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You are full of vim and vigor and can wind up important deals quickly. Think before you speak, or you can annoy others. Driving too quickly can bring trouble not only to yourself but So others as well. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You have to be very patient if you desire others to understand your ideas, motives. Shop carefully for whatever you need along the hobby line. Go to right shops for tots' clothing as well, if any. LEO (July 22, to Aug. 21) Great diplomacy will be needed in handling those who dwell under your own roof or much will be sacrificed over some thoughtless word, deed. Think deeply where problematical affairs are concerned. They could be more serious than you think now. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Forget those secret anxietiei that could literally paralyze you into doing nothing of importance that is now awaiting your attention. Avoid digging up prejudices. Show good will toward all. __ LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You are tempted to take bad risks with money, so be sure to cultivate greater will power right away. Depending on regular advisor will help you little, He, or she, is too concerned with other affairs now. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Avoid that temptation to be very forceful with others in trying to gain your aims, including a personal nature. Don't be indiscreet, either. Change to a cheerful attitude and all works out very nicely. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Getting all those boring tasks out of the way early clears the decks for whatever is important and interesting later. Plan your schedule for the day cleverly. Let it be simple — allow yourself enough time for appointments. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) If you delve into those matters with allies about which they disagree, you can get into an awful hassle. Approach them diplomaiically on a better day. Keep poised at social functions or unfortunate things happen. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Strive to please influential persons instead of criticizing unmercifully to your own ultimate detriment. Don't permit others to spoil your reputation. Put a stop to that which is an absolute lie. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You should make an effort to understand better those individuals whose thinking and actions differs from yours. Any changes or long trips could cause you much loss. Be stesd- ast and work harder — then all OK. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he, or she will lave a tremendous amount of will power and will go after whatever is desired. You must early teach that the game of ife is best played in (he spirit if cooperation with others, If he success is to be really great. Thi fin« Investigator is definite- Jb ear Love Needed in Family iaa.il I/an V^i (McNantbt syndicate Inc.) DEAR ABBY: This is to tell you about a letter you never received. Some time ago I received a call from my son's third grade teacher asking me to stop in a school to discuss a letter my son had written in letter - writing class. It was addressed to YOU, It read: "Dear Abby, My dad works all the time. He is never home. He gives me money and lots of toys, but I hardly ever see him. I love him and wish he would not work all the time so I could see him more, (signed) Danny" That was the entire .letter, Abby, I grew up during the depression and wanted my children to have it better than I did, so I worked one full time job and two part time jobs, which almost doubled my income. I managed to provide my wife and two sons with many luxuries, but I realized after reading Danny's letter that I had deprived them of something more important than material things. Myself. And my time. I took stock of myself and was ashamed of what I discovered. For instance, I had never attended a report card conference, nor visitied school. Took no part in scouting, altho both sons were Cub Scouts. I had never reprimanded my sons. This responsibility was entirely their mother's. Sometimes days would pass without seeing the boys awake. Because of the standards I had set for my family, I felt I couldn't lower those standards without first discussing it with them, so we held a family meeting. The result: I quit both part time jobs and we adjusted our standard of living according. That was nearly two years ago and now I have discovered what a wonderful family I have. I have earned the re- spec! of my sons. But more important, I have learned that the greatest gift a man can give his children is himself, his time and his love. Today I am a happy man, and I want to thank you, Abby, because if it were not for the letter my son wrole to you, I might ever have known what I was missing, (sign me) DAD >uren iiiuiiiHUiiiHiiniiuniiiniiiiiiiiwiiiuiiuiiBiwiiiii- the married couples cheat on each other. Is that true? SHELLY DEAR SHELLY: No. But it's a pretty safe bet that those who say that 99 per cent of the married couples cheat, do. DEAR ABBY: How can a mother-in-law win? My daughter : in-law started acting very cool and distant to me, as tho something was bothering her. I debated whether to ask her if I had done or said something to make her mad at me. Then I decided that m a y b e something was troubling her that was none of my business, and if I asked her what was on her mind she might get the idea that I was prying. So I pretended not to notice. Well, my son called me from his place of work this morning and told me that his wife was very put out with me for not asking her what was wrong. In your opinion, Abby, should I have asked her? CAN'T WIN DEAR CAN'T: No. If something troubles one, the troubled one should come out with it. Obvious sulking, DEAR ABBY: I have heard some very intelligent married people say that 99 per cent of Iy in this chart, or whatever deals with facts and nothing but facts. Great warmth in this nature, too. in hopes ef being drawn out is childish. You don't say bow old your daughter-in-law is, but I hope she is very young because she has a lot of growing up to do. A New Face for Attorney General PURCELL DEMOCRAT * Dignity * Responsibility * Integrity CONFIDENTIAL TO "NO GOOD" in Wausau; You're better than you think you are. The more things a man is ashamed of, the more respectable he is. Troubled? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self - addressed envelope. For -Abby's booklet, "How to Have a ovely Wedding," send $1.00 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. Remember Pay Your Paper Boy HELP PROMOTE GERALD P EAR SON ;''.;•.;,TO .:..,'.<.:.',> I humbly solicit, and will sincerely appreciate your vote and support in my campaign for promotion to the important office of Prosecuting Attorney. Gerald Pearson Pol. Adv. paid for by Gerald Pearsoi Conley Byrd Is Experienced Conley Byrd is a practicing attorney in Little Rack. He has served as a law clerk in the U. S. District Court. From 1954 to 1960, Conley served as Arkansas Supreme Court Reporter where he analyzed, headnoted, indexed and supervised the printing of the Decisions of the,Court. It is because of his experience and qualifications that he asks for your vote and support in the Democratic Primary, Tuesday, July 26th. VOTE FOR & ELECT CONLEY BYRD ASSOCIATE JUSTICE ARKANSAS SUPREME COURT rosmoN 4 Political U -MM far »T Bill Bntlw

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