Kyttievlfl* (Ark.) Cmtrlw K«wi • Ttmfty, J«imity M, 1M» - Pig» U.S. INDUSTRIAL GROWTH NEW MANUFACTURING FACILITIES (IN THOUSANDS) INVESTMENT IN MILLONS OF DOLLARS There's a new war between the states; but unlike the one of a century ago, today's issue is manufacturing plants. Every state wants them. Chart, using figures based on Steel magazine survey, shows where more than $54 billion has been spent in the last four years on new plants or major expansion projects. Nearly half of the new facilities were for metal industry. Don't Be Frightened By Computer Check The many national stories that have appeared about Int e r n a 1 Revenue's computers, labeling them as The Brain and The monster, have probably served to frighten many completely : hohest/taxpayers. ' Bbh't let the. computers" deter you from-claiming every possible legal deduction on your: income'tax retjirn. This is your tejijal fight. Internal Revenue 0xp s ects you to claim no more no less—ten your, in- spotted such errors in last year: Mathematical errors, 2,500,000 retiirns. Incorrect or missing Social Security numbers, 1,000,000. Use of wrong tax table, wrong line or column; 1,000,000. Failure to sign retufhY 315, ,000. • ... Missing statements or schedules, 300,000. Missing W - 2 slips, 225,000. . Miscellaneous mistakes. 500;000. your own taxes • byRayDeCrane dividual circumstance calls for! This;is the type of error or — •' • ' '-- A "- omission the computer was de- signed-tp detect,.Exercise; care on your return to avoid these pitfalls;, But don't let that Monster frighten you away from claiming every deduction that is your due. (NEXT: When joint, when separate returns.) The : computer speeds up the processing of returns, it simplifies'' checking ; mathematical accu'ra'cy and it .spots questionable entries. ." . ....". But it has no way of discovering the fact that you may have been entitled to medical, charitable, interest and tax deductions you failed to report or feared entering on your return. With the new medical insurance .deduction available to you for the first time this year, this could be the-ideal year for you to' itemize all your deductions instead .of settling for. one of. the lesser standard deductions. . Even the unmarried or the newly married who hesitated itemizing in the past because of the absence of mortgage interest and real estate taxes may find it to theif advantage to itemize this year. These are the types of mistakes the computer can detect and the number of returns :t "CUT YOUR OWN TAXES" c/o Blytheville Courier News „• Dept 723 P. O. Box 489 Radio City Station '"•',' New York, N.-Y. 1QOI9 Please send ..;... copy (copies) of CUT YOUR OWN TAXES at 50 cents each *o: NAME ADDRESS'^.. CITY -.,. ....^... ,..,' STATE .......... ZIP ... ... — Make checks payable to TAXES. Allow 3 weeks for delivery. ?•«•••••••»••«»••«»•*•«•••••••****»********' JACOBY ON BRIDGE Unusual ction IB Freak Hand Freak hands lend themselves to freak action. If you are vulnerable and your non - vulnerable opponents are competing against you, your general plan should be to bid so as to play the cotract at a level you can make. Thus, if you are sure of making six spades and your opponents are competing in.hearts you may:want to settle for five spades as a compromise. This: compromise will surely pay off if it turns out that a six spade call would merely get the opponents to seven hearts down three for minus 500 against the 680 you would score in duplicate or the 880 in rubber bridge for bidding five spades and making six. There is another side to this coin, n expert whAo does not know that his side can make a slam may try to stampede his opponents into taking a phantom save against him by leaping into a slam as if he were lure, of making it. . . Today's.hand; wjijch'was played in a lunch-time; office'game shows, a nearly' even division of high cards. North' and South have 21 high card points which include' three of the four aces and can make a slam in spades East and \yest ; with 19 points can make only ten tricks in hearts, but thbse;ten. tricks will allow them-to-escape with-a 5t)6 point loss if they defend\at ; seven; ' .•'•' - : '- ' The bidding was rather normal up to North's leap to six reasons to make that bid. To start with, he didn't know if his partner could even make five spades. In addition he didn't know if he could set five hearts. Finally he decided that if he di leap to six, East an West would take the save at seven hearts and he was sure that he could sett hat contract. East had a sound pass. Re had what looked like good defense. As for West, we feel that a seven heart; call should have been automatic but Wes just wasn't going to take a sure penalty. He passed and South racked up the slam. NORTH (D) AAK87 ¥2 *64 + AJC10853 WEST. EAST *J93 *5 . ¥QJ98 »AK10643I 4Q10752 4KJ83 42 *Q? SOUTH AQ10642 ¥75 *A9 + J984 .North-South' vulnerable West North East South .1* i¥ :* 2¥ 4* 5¥ Pass Pass 6 4 Pass Pass Pass • Opening lead—¥ Q TJPQ 91K6NKS 4B ftfi ***t ^af bM 1 ^ avw» HMQ^MM awsctor Blato Edwards ased a cvavertMe to fraaipatt etejjtaBt to n*Jrmjrt_«.'?n*?ittS'! 'logical Forecast * By CARROLL RIGHTBR paragraph opposite' dates wbicb include vour bit fa determine your torecast, not* ' - oslte 1 ilrtb WEDNESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: he morning Is beautiful for so- ial matters as well as whatever as to do with entertainment nd adornment interests and a eeling of well being should. most everyone, afternoon and xist between lowever, the vening find a determination in he air on most everyone's part i get what they want — and ae way they desire it the most. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) r ou can make some fine ar- angements for the days ahead n A.M. but take care later you lon't renege on some promise r ou have made. Use much con- rol in' P.M. or there is bound to e some trouble ensuing. Show hat you have wisdom. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) r ou are very charming during A.M. and can get the attention f one you admire, but later do not permit some friend to inter- fere. Be diplomatic, though. Buy now ideal item of aparel. Forget that party tonight. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Morning is fine for some unexpected pleasure but take care in P.M. you do not get into any argument with one in power Plan how to have greater abundance in the future. Put your best foot forward with everyone. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July. 21) Do your utmost to compliment others instead of doing just the opposite. Show consideration for everyone. This can help you to advance more quickly. 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Don't waste a moment of this important day, evening. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 1.9) Handle real estate and money matters today since you bave had too much work of another nature to handle of late. If you budget better, you find you automatically cut down expenses. Get bookkeeping stream lined. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Do not act before you thinly or you get into much trouble, :iod be sure to control your temper, make critical remark tha(*"i» wrong. You have much energy now. See to it that you ua£0t wisely and well. in.; IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will-'be one of those very intelligent young people who is curious about almost everything, and you should provide the finest education possible, give tho best social advantages. TMa field of investigation is fi'Vje here or any other profession that requires much activity, physical prowess. Give ethical training early. ;££ can also be of assistance.- LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) It would harm your reputation if you do not religiously keep some promise you have made. Find a more precise modus operandi for easier advancement. The evening should be set aside for romance. present assets, increase abundance appreciably. Be more efficient about daily routine Worry of FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? Don't be embarrassed by loose false teeth slipping, dropping or wobbling When yon eat, talk or laugh. Just sprinkle a little FASTEETH on your plates. This pleasant powder gives a remarkable sense of added comfort and security by holding plates more firmly. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste. Dentures that flt are essential to health. See your, dentist regularly. 1 Get FASTEETH at all drug counters. NEW HOPE ! For ~ BETTER HEARING! 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