The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 1, 1968 · Page 7
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'Pag* Fourteen — Blythevllle (Ark,) Courier News -- Friday, March 1, 19M Astrological * Forecast * By CARRQM, RIGHTER McNaught Synnctt* t». whose suggestions may be off' beat. Be careful. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) You find that most everyone is I Be positive in your thinking determined to have Ms, or her, and you know exactly how '*o dctemtow yo«t iorccast, nut« paragraph opposite dates which Jnclude vour olrth dau SATURDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: way today for there is a meeting of the planet of war, Mars in the heavens with S a 111 r n, got rid of all those obligations ahead of you. Be more understanding, happy. Mate may be known as the celestial Task- quite demanding, but not so master, which indicates thai everyone would be wise to be considerate and thoughtful of others and keep tempers under perfect control. 'AIRES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Putting your lime and energy into right directions is the only way you can benefit now. You are highly concerned with own affairs, which is fine. However, don't give others the impres- •ion that you are selfish. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You think that what you are engaged in is now holding.you back, but you only need to work at it. more effectively to win. Be sure to lend a hand to those who are needy. Avoid making some big error yourself. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You have to show acquaintance that you are loyal and fond of them if you want to gain their good will. Don't be forceful with them. Sociability is fine provided you control your temper and exuberance. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Doing something to annoy a higher-up can bring much trouble and ruin reputation as well. See your what you can do instead that will bring you more prestige with the boss, etc. Be wise. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Those new ideas that occur to you should be studied well instead of just jumping right into them. Be very discriminating with that new acquaintance much as you. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Bo sure you carry out willingly any obligations you have and don't go making any radical changes. Vital work in the outside world should be handled with alacrity and efficiency. Be happy at work. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Avoid doing that work that is tedious right now and get on with whatever is practical and to your liking. Don't permit cantankerous co-workers to get NEW YORK (AP) - "When will you ever grow up?" exasperated parents sometimes demand of their children. The answer, if the truth be told, is—perhaps never and, in any case, probably rarely and only now and then. People have been trying to grow up for centuries, but it is a difficult art. Growing up remains more ot a journey than an arrival, a goal rather than an achievement. Inside every adult, no matter how well adjusted he may be, is a child unreconciled to the fate he has found or the destiny he realizes he faces. The child he once was remains the eternal oilgrim and monitor of his being. There is a curious, ironic and unbridgeable gap in the way dif- 'erent generations look at each other's situation in the world, and both are in error. Each hinks the other has the better of it, and each is wrong. himself a midget overwhelmed in an oversized universe, the prisoner puppet of bigger and older people who incessantly issue orders—"Wake Wash your hands! Eat this! Do that! Study now! Go to bed!" wants way, can't have it. So his biggest ambition is to grow up. Then, he dreams, nobody can tell him what to do. He will be his awn master and do whatever he wants to. * * * How wrong he is. It is only as he gets deeper into it that he discovers adulthood, far from being a condition of freedom, is only a bigger prison than he knew before, one with more rules. Whether he is a railroad switchman or president of the United States, there is an endless line of people trying to admonish him what to do. He has more fears than he did as a child because he recognizes more dangers that can assail though hidden. At birth • child has a dim sense that he is the center of the universe, and age never quite takes that idea away from him. He wants what he wants When he wants it, and if he doesn't get it he throws a noisy tantrum. 1 As we grow older we tend to throw silent tantrums. If we don't have our way— if we don't get the job we wanted, or manage to marry the ideal mate of our choice— we often strike out at ourselves others. in your hair. Carry through with menl bers it as the only time in mo i,/,,i_. j_k | ie k new a care | ess freedom. How wrong he is! A child doesn't feel free at all. He feels what you have to do meticulously. SAGITTARIUS (N 0 V. 22 t0 Dec. 21) Being charming with others will get you what you want as well as give you a chance to do for others. Don't feel that others are imposing on you. Take every opportunity to be of service to Others. Be blessed. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Don't be so demanding right now at home in your desire to :iave improved conditions there. TODAY ... he, or she, will be Do whatever is necessary yourself and get things started in a nice way. They will get the :iint and follow suit. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Stop being so demanding with others and find out just what your true position is with them. You should have more social life in the future, so plan for it now. Postpone business until The adult looks back nostalgi- {his safety or imperil his well- cally on his childhood and re- being. The process of growing up is a steady and remorseless assassination of youthful daydreams and a tarnishing of fantasy. And for this the dismayed heart of childhood never quite forgives the world it supposedly matures in. And that is why it can hardly ever quite grow up all the way. Experience and education are expected to help one mature, and, of course, to a considerable extent, they do. But although they can tutor the mind to accept the blows of chance and circumstance, they never quite console the emotional heart to disappointment and frustration. The scars may not be visible, but they are there, still hurting a better time. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar.. 20) Listening to experts in business ameliorate present finan- condition soon, provided you follow ideas and advice to the letter. Plan to make those repairs to home, etc. Get busy keep happy. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN will cial one of those very intelligent youngsters who is very determined to get things going, but should be taught early to be more prepared before doing so in order to get right results. Teach also to first make tests! and then be sure. Excellent | chart for pioneering in whatever fields are the forte. College here. may make needless enemies or come down with unnecessary ulcers and other self-inflicted penalties. Any doctor can list among his patients men and women who are slowly killing themselves with self-pity simply because they cannot adjust to the pangs of growing up. No medicine can heal the wounds they create 'in their own souls simply because lime and life won't let them have their way in everything. Perhaps only a god can be so grownup as to know utter serenity of spirit. But for us workaday human beings growing up will always consist of the hard task of making a yearning adjustment to compromised 'hopes, done with as much fortitude and grace as possible. JAGOBY ON BRIDGE How do you handle the problem of voids when using Blackwood? „ If you are void of a suit try to approach the slam by some other means. We told you not to bid Blackwood with a worthless doubleton in an unbid suit. Similarly don't bid four no- trump when you are void of a suit. You have various scientific methods at your disposal. All of these frequently pinpoint the, right lead in case your partner can't control the suit you are afraid of. Sometimes WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Edward Moody, Plaintiff, vs. No. 17526 Dorothy J. Moody, Defendant. The defendant, Dorothy J. Moody, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Edward Moody. Dated this 14th day of February, 1968, at 1:30 o'clock P.M. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk. Ed B. Cook, Attorney best Way tp bid that type slam is to jump right there and hope that your opponents won't find. the killing lead. When your partner uses Blackwood and you hold a void there is an approved way to show the void. It is as follows: If you think your void is a good one, jump to six in the suit you would have bid five in as a normal Blackwood response. North's jump to six diamonds showed that he had one ace and was -void of a suit.lt also had to be a good void. It couldn't be diamonds — North had bid that suit. It shouldn't be spades — South had bid that suit. Hence, it had to be clubs. South 's jump to seven hearts was still a trifle optimistic. North did not have to hold the king of hearts for his bids. As a matter of fact, South wasn't too happy when he saw the dummy. He had to ruff the first club which left him with only three trumps in dummy. He would have to set up either his or dummy's diamonds and he decided to go al- :cr the diamons because the odds favor a 3-2 break when you miss five cards. He led the ace of diamonds Percy A. Wright, Atty Ad Litem 2-16, 23, 3-1, 8 NOKTH 1 A76 VKJ104 4AQ87652 #Void WEST EAST *QJ82 A104 V5 V862 4109 *KJ4 + J108843 4AQ765 450UTH (0) 4AK953 VAQ973 «3 *K2 Both vulnerable West North East South Pass 2> Pass 2» Pass 4» Pass 4N.T. Pass 6* Pass 7.V Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—*j at trick two and ruffed a diamond with the queen of trumps. Then he led a trump to dummy's king and ruffed another diamond with his ace of trumps. Since this accounted for all the diamonds he simply played out dummy's last two trumps to pick up East's and made the rest of the diamond suit and his ace and king of spades. : FOOD MOVED BY RAO. NEW DELHI (AP) - Prime Minister Indira Gandhi has personally thanked and praised th« nation's railways and rail em- ployes for their movement ot food supplies during India's "difficult period of drought" in 1967. She said more than 13 million tons Of imported and internationy ally procured foodgrains wera moved by rail to about 239 million people. It's Something Different! THE CHICKEN HOUSE (OPENING SOON!) Watch this Newspaper For Details! Now V.A. approved for pilot training under new G.I. 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