The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 26, 1968 · Page 2
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Astrological k Forecast * By CARROLL RIGHTER> paragraph opnositVdatsi which includt r r - •• - • To determine yonr forecut, notf - iph opposite dati -"-I your birth dmtr SATURDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: A good day and evening to organize whatever practical interests are important to .-you, to get in touch with those persons who have control over your future activities and to utilize an opportunity now present to show that you are the one who has all kinds of good common sense to aid those not so fortunate as you. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Make it a point to join with persons of power who can assist you to get ahead more quickly whether in career, civic or cultural matters. You have the advantage in certain situations. Use it. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You have excellent ideas and should be with new contracts so that you can put them in operation quickly. They have certain angles that do not occur to you. Plan some trip or make changes that seem good to you. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Following your intuition is good today, since you can gain much as a result. It is more accurate than usual. Show ingenuity in dealing with others. Wonderful plans can be made for the future. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) As associate has McNauihl lynnctu Iff. fine ideas now and you should co-operate with him, or her, and don't be so thin-skinned. Then get out to some charming place of recreation. Have a happy time together. LEO (J u 1 y 22 to A u g. 21) Be more efficient in doing the work ahead of you and strive for more harmony with co-workers. You have excellent taste right now and should buy yourself a new wardrobe for the coming fall. Stay within your budget. VIRGO (Aug. 22 t oSept. 22) You have been laboring too hard lately and should take time for recreation that you really like. Rid yourself of in hibitions, tensions. Send a lit tie money, you'll feel bette LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22 You are pretty much a family man or woman and can now de vote a good deal of time get ting everything more harmon ious and comfortable at abode Be sure you get business han died properly first. Entertain in P.M. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21! Ideal time to contact those in diviriuals who can give you the assistance you want in the days ahead. Then make out reports correspond, etc. Getting out to do some important shopping is also wise. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Studying to find out what is best for you to go after JACOBY ON BRIDGE NORTH A A 94 26 4K1074 4KQ53 WEST EAST *63 485 VQI043 ¥A9865 *Q95 4>J63 + J109S *76t SOUTH (D) AKQJ1072 VJ7 4A82 + A2 Both vulnerable West North East South Pass 2* Pass 3 A Pass 4N.T. Pass 5 » Pass 64 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead— 4k 3 South's jump to three spades meets with our full approval al though some of our modern minimum bidders would contem themselves with merely bidding two. North could hardly contain himself and went right into Blackwood. He was slightly disappointed at learning there was a missing ace. He considered a six no-trump call but finally settled for six spades. It was a very good settlement. As long as East did not open a heart against no-trump, there would have been no play for that slam. At first glance ttiere seems to be no play for six spades without a low heart lead from West. South must attack hearts himself, and the ace is back of dummy's king. South also felt that way at first. Then he discovered an ex- tra chance and proceeded to make his contract. Two leads .pulled the i verse trumps and South carefully retained the nine in dummy. Then he played three rounds of clubs in order to discard one of his diamonds. Next came ttiree rounds of diamonds, with the third diamond being ruffed. Since diamonds had broken 3-3, South was able to enter dummy with his nine of trumps and discard one heart on the 13th diamond. This sort of play comes up all the time. It doesn't always work because suits have a nasty habit of not breaking 3-3, but you can see that South risked nothing by trying it. If diamonds hadn't broken, South could still have tried the heart lead. It wouldn't have worked. The ace would still be in the East hand, but South would have given himself an extra chance. Finally Paid IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (Ap) _ The Idaho Falls School District has received a .$35 check from Ira W.. Casper of Idaho Falls, who says the money was payment of tuition for the final semester of his senior year in high school. Casper sent the check and a note explaining he completed his education but was sick at graduation and unable to attend and he thought he still owed for the second semester. School officials found that Jasper had graduated in 1908, Kit could find no evidence that he had not paid tuition. COME IN TODAY HOUF. ...tcl,i.,s 9 tu o; oat. 9 to 5 HOW DOES YOUR INCOME MEASURE UP BOTH U, BIOCIC Mp you chop » .""* down to ttiel Wa'll put our. AND «,!,» n. your «ho*j-.cmd <ta $TATI your tax ratucn ei » It w*r* our own. Our iwvie* b outek, convenient and fnaxpttufvti Try ut for «•! BjBjaaijjjijiJJiJBHi OVAtANTII _ We guarantee oaurote pnparallM «f M imk* my enen Hut «•» yw «ny we will pay In* penally «f Intereit. tot num. H penally «r Interee), Amtrica't largtrt T« Swvfe* with Owe 2000 Offices 419 WEST MAIN STREET Phone PO 3-645S Appointment Ntcoiiary of a practical nature ir wise, since you are thinking in a very clear way. There are many new channels through which to advance. Add to present income. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) This is an ideal day to pur-j jgftthevllle (Arfc.) Courier New» - Friday. January 28, 1968- Page Thret sue your goals in a most practical and positive fashion. This is also true in personal matters. You need to get more sociable, so seek out the right persons and be charming. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Sit down and think over what rightfully belongs to you and which you are being denied. Then find proper way to get it. Get rid of whatever is no longer desired. Be happy in gaining your aims in P.M. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Join with practical - minded pals and follow through with social or other plans of mutual benefit, pleasure. Choice friends will go all out for you now. Don't be bashful in asking for the backing, other favors you desire. IP YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be one of those very active persons who will always be busy at some organizational work or oilier, be It business, civic or church, or whatever, Give-the type of education that will Assist your progeny to be pfln- structive in all things. Much' siic cess is then possible in this most promising chart. HUFFMAN BROS. 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