The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1968 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 15, 1968
Page 14
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Fourteen- BIythevlUe (Art.) Courier Kevw - Monfay. April », i BUNNY BOARD-Parf of ~Sandi MeFaU's project a* a practice teacher at Westside Elementary School in Benton was constructing a bulletin board. She poses with the results of her efforts. Sandi, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mc- 'B!all of Blytheville, will graduate from Ouachita University in May. ' . Social Security Question Box .'(This column answers some of the most frequently asked So- cfel. Security questions. Reader's questions should be sent to~* "Social Security Administration, P. 0. Box 467, Blytheville) iQ. I am a widow and will be age 65 in August of this year. I; am not eligible for a social security, railroad retirement or civil service annuity of any kind on either my husband's number or my son. I only worked one year and have only four quarters under social security. Will I be eligible for medicare? :A. Even though you are not .eligible for any of the benefits 'described above, you will be eligible for both parts of medi- care as long as you have three quarters and reach age 65 in .1968. A person reaching age 65 in" 1968 and not eligible for any type of social security benefit Biust have at least three quarters of coverage under social security to be eligible for the Hospital Insurance part of med- icare. Quarters of coverage are not a requirement for the medical insurance part of medicare. Q. I am retiring from civil service this year at age 65. My retirement will be over $1,680 per year. Does this mean that 1 cannot draw all of my social security berifits? A. No. You are permitted to earn $1,680 per year and still receive all of your social security benefits. Your civil service retirement insurance would not be included in counting your earned income. Deed Cards Given PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The Relations is distributing 9,000 city's Commission on Human Beations is distributing ,000 cards with the inscription "Today I will do one small deed which will further the dreams of Martin Luther King." Clarence Farmer, commission chairman, said the idea was conceived the day after the civil rights leader was slain. He said 4,000 of the cards have been distributed by staff personnel and 5,000 more are available. O \ So comfortable you have to wear them to believe them! The secret of Sansabelt, the patented slack, is the unique inner waistband that supports every move you {make, yet never binds. See our wide selection of color-coordinated solids, checks and plaids today. And enjoy the 'comfortable difference in the one and only Jaymar Sansabelt Slack. HI Hughes Co. Fine Appartl for Men and Boyt •MVMAMUtr, INC. J ^ ____ ^ Astrological * Forecast * By CARROLL RIGHTER- f o detaimbu jam tmcatt,*?* puagiaim opposite datw wblc* include ?our birth dit* TUESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: An excellent day and evening for being very direct in stating to all others and to let them know that you are the one who has all kinds of abilities to speak your mind directly and articulately after first studying carefully and with broad scope to your imagination just what can be done to increase any joint venture and its success so that the future is brighter. ARIES (Mar. 21 to.Apr. 19) McNailfht workers so that all is not so difficult later on. Be cooperative. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Stick to regular modes of entertainment that are pleasing to both you and congenials. Get ideas in operation without so much talking. However, use that fine smile more to 'get what you want. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Although kin are quite demanding, you are equal to meeting their expectations and should do so. Show ingenuity. Count your AillEo iMar. ai 10 Apr. i»j °v.- «»«" -..&^»".vj. —-•« j»—. With all the fine ideas you have blessings and be grateful that you scarce know which to put in operation first for advancement, so hit on the most practical. Garner the special data from experts that you need. Envision new horizons. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Finding some better system of bookkeeping, taking care of responsibilities is wise now. Talk out how to handle any trouble with mate in P.M. Find the best and easiest solution quickly. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You have fine ideas to present to partners that will make them feel you are a very capable and efficient person. See how you can best entertain them. Try to please them where entertainment is concerned. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Yon have so much to do that it would be wise to get an early start, and use a very direct approach. Come to a better understanding with co- you have work to do, a family to do it for. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Instead of angling so much, be more direct and precise in stating what your -ideas are for yourself and allies. Get busy with routine matters. Start communicating to gain;your finest personal aims. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) fake an accurate inventory of your assets and see what should be done to increase same. Get rid of extravagances. Your penchant for being practical should By bouncing a powerful beam of light off an orbiting satellite, scientists hope to pinpoint places on /earth within inches. Some present calculations are believed to err by 2,000 feet or more. Some 50 million bad checks are written each year. now be exercised. Be romantically happy in P.M. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) You have good ideas, fine judgment now and should be able to accomplish almost anything you set your mind to Be off to the social in P.M. and talk over .whatever is important with good friends. Be charming." * : CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Some private investigating can clear up whatever has been very puzzling in the recent past. Contact experts who can also be helpful. However, do not discuss your, most private plans or they could try to change them. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Blunt talking pals can certainly point out what you are THOSE HORRID AGE SPOTS •Weathered brown 11 ^^^,, / spots on the surfece ' —-J5J/ ox your bands and face tell the worid you're getting old-jer- haps before yea really are..Fade them away with new ESO- TERICA, that medicated cream that breaks up masses of pigment on the skin, Kelps make hands look white and young again. Equally effective on the face, neck and arms. Not a cover-up. Acts in the skin—not on it Ragraht, greaseless base for softening, lubricating skin as it clears up those blemishes. If you have these age-revealing brown, spots, blotches, or if you want clearer, lighter skin, use ESOTERICA. At your favorite drug and toiletry counter. $2.00. ESOTERICA SOAf softens skin, tulfs clar surface blemishes. Cwntefs *>nts«. Stewart's Drugs 220 E. Main doing wrong/using wrong methods, etc., which is good for you. Cultivate that new'acquaintance who understands you. Then there is happy rapport all around. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Get out into the bustling world of activity and get the fine ideas that are possible now from experts. Meet hew and Interesting personalities. Enjoy greater personality advancement and see how others have become really successful. : : IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be one Of those very brilliant young people who is interested In livery phase end ipherr ol endeavor and surely has a tremendous amount of ,• imagination, so that it behooves you to give the finest educational opportunities you can. Ideal chart for working in connection with foreign countries, securities, etc. . •'--. •. WATCH GIBSON '68 Savings Explo: MARX OF OCEUlNCf The roomiest 4-door sedan anywhere near its price Automotive News rates Chevrolet the roomiest sedan in its field. Roomier, in fact, than any other American car except one high-priced luxury sedan. The silent ride of quality Balancing, cushioning, isolating, chassis tuning- all contribute to the extraordinarily quiet Chevrolet ride. Dressed up, not stripped down Start with one of. our low- price Chevrolet*, add the "dress up" features you like best—along with those at '68 Explo savings—and you'll probably still pay less than for a medium- price car with nothing on it. tope/a Custom Coupe A wider, surer road stance For greater stability and precise handling, Chevrolet has the widest front and rear tread at its price, that covers a lot of ground. Now gef more value for less on a/I '68 Chevrolet* and Chevellesv Save rive big ways on popular V8s, automatic transmissions, power assists, sporty Hems. Better hurry, though. Offer s limited. See your Chevrolet dealer right away during his '68 Savings Explol A wider choice of power teams and custom features More engine-transmission combinations to choose from than any other in its field—many o* '68 Explo savings. And all the. ' comforts you oould ask for. Bonus Savings Plan 1 Any Chevrolef'OrChevelle with'200-h'pTurb'o-F/reV8, Powerglide and whitewalls. Bonus Savings Plan 2 Any Chevrolet or Chevelle with 250-hp Turbo.-fire V8, Powerglids and whitewalls. ' . Bonus Savings PJon 3 Any regular Chevrolet with 250-hp Turbo-Fire V8; Turbo Hydra-Malic and whitewalls. • . Bonus Savings Wan 4 Now, for the first time ever, big savings on power diss bralEe* and power steering when you buy any Chevrolet or C/mve/le with V8 engine. Bonus Savings Pfan.5 Buy any Chevrolet or Chevelle V8 two- or four-door hardfofl model—save on vinyl top, electric clod, wheel covers and appearance guard ittmt, Happening now at your Chevrolet dealer'*, a tremendous explosion of **a buvino oow»r. Only the leader could moke it happen.

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