The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 22, 1968 · Page 2
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Pagt Tvw — Bly*evin« (Ark.) Courier News — Monday, April M, WW Astrological * Forecast * By CARROU, RJGHTER miiifc yo>" forecast, now nturt opposite "dates whict vour birth (i?» . TUESDAY TENDENCIES: McNaught Synmcata er-up, either. Remain neutral and all is fine. :OMCl\nnrti J iiani^iii^uu. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 Drastic and dramatic changes I to July 21) A group of individ- tt$$ occur today and tonight j ua is may be trying to put over should be allowed to happen i gome swindle, so "keep your easily and without .interference I eyes and ears open. A good o"%jour part or it can bring | day to look into some outfit that same difficulty thai you can eas- j ha^ Ions interested you. Don't ilstjlio without. Get-rid of what-1 make definite decisions yet; ever has been a tiresome prob- - — "-•---» *- »•• - iein and get ready to- go for- ggi-d without these pending worries existing. . •. & IKIES (Mar. 21 • to• Apr. 19) J ACOBY ON NORTH * 2 410963 VAQ7 • 742 4892 WEST (D) EAST AA 4QJ5 ?J943 VKIQ8852 Jjg 4.1083 4AQ.J943 410 SOUTH 4K8742 LEO (J u 1 y 22 to A u g. . Your intuition helps you get the answers to problems that have eluded you before. Others will >uuu mw^. «« ~ -I.-- --< i give you support;you want. Lis; not. to argue-with some I ten to what mate'has to say 4 AKQ95 #K76 Both Vulnerable; East-West 60 part score West North East South 14 Pass 1¥ 1* 2V 24 3» 3'4 4V Pass Pass 44 Pas* Pass' Dble Pass Pass Pass ' bnnine lead—V 3 Oswald: "It is remarkable how the presence of a part score can affect the bidding. South liked today's hand and wanted to be in game the moment his partner raised spades Then he stopped and led a low spade." Jim: "That certainly was'the right spade to play. Did West taKe the bait?" Oswald: "He took hook, line, and sinker! He couldn't lead a diamond. He didn't want to lead a heart to dummy, so he played his ace of'clubs." Jim: "That gave South his contract, because it did not matter whether East ruffed the next club or discarded. Warren was going to.lose two trumps nd one club." Oswald: "West should have een that he could afford the eart lead but he didn't." person who works for you, but handle the situation diplomati- gagy. - Improve your - -h e a 11 h atong- dietetic lines. Strive for that trim/figure that is so sty- fish now. .:.• .TAURUS -(Apr-.-20- to -May 20) A ^friend .and .one you. like ro- . . '- ; -are. having a tiff, b'iit.don't let'it'.'bother you or you become the xvhippihg boy. AJso, don'i'.get.so. worked up ^(gr some minor irritation. Maintain equilibrium. Be happy HLP.M-,-' - fiEMINI,(May 21 to June 21) Atfuirig. ovef some : credit matter^is unwise, so get it cleared up'diplomatically, and use tact •with all others as well. Try not to step into some altercation between a family tie and a high- TUESDAY, APRIL 23 2:30 ALL ABOARD Has Anyone Seen My Ears' J!un for preschoolers. S:|) JOURNEY Discover Luxumbourg. 3:SD THE FRENCH CHEF fioast Lejj -of • Lamb, stuffed j[hd coated with'herbal mustard before roasting. UP WHAT'S NEW •TWaterway. A cruise into the £ Everglades. g:30 N.E.T. JOURNAL g My Name Is Children. A doc£ umentary on a group of ele- $ mentary school children and £ the educational stimuli of un| derstanding teachers and an i- environment of freedom. j§:30 BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE l; Transportation Crisis. !6:00 ON HEARING MUSIC i The Reproaches. An explana- ^ tion of the creative techniques I and aims of the composer. •JB.-30 WHAT'S NEW L Waterway. A cruise into the £ Everglades. 2?:00 ALL ABOARD £ Has anyone Seen My Ears? " Fun for preschoolers. 3:30 CHANNEL 10 TRAVELS ii Discover Luxembourg. J8:00 TOPIC: MEMPHIS CITY | SCHOOLS •; Memphis City Schools atlemp u to meet the needs of indusln S in the community. -«:30 THE BOSTON SYMPHO S NY ORCHESTRA 5 Wagner's "Siegfried Idyll" r conducts. and you then get along well with associates. . VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Getting together with associates whether old or new, is your best bet now, so that you plan he future with wisdom. Show good pals that you will come hrough with promises made, mprove your present image. LIBRA (Sept. 23, to Oct. .22) 3 lan some time for. making /otir surroundings more appeal- ng, your wardrobe more charm- ng so that you.have..a more opulent,:comfortable feeling. Do 'our work in such a way that 'ou gain the respect of fellow vorkers.. Be thorough, SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) If you are entertaining with the one you like so much, you get far more favorable response now. This is the day for you to enjoy the types of sports; pleasure you like, so get busy, Be somewhat economical, though. SAGITTARIUS (Nov., 22 to Dec. 21) Once you get duties completed, you find that you can entertain at home quite successfully in P.M. Show others that you are an A-l citizen and be more respected by oth ers. Meet some emergency with flying colors. CAPRICORN (Dec, 22 to Jan. 20) Carry through with regular improvements you are making to home, business affairs, etc., and gain more cooperation from regular associates. Buying, selling, keeping appointments jusl fine. Stay right on the beam. AQUARIUS (Jan, 21 to Feb 19) Those big business experts financial supporters can now be contacted so that you know how to be more successful financially. Put your house in fine order so you make a better impression on others. Be courteous with everyone. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You are highly magnetic now and can do much to gain most personal aims quickly, get the backing you need. State your aims precisely. Assist those you like in a social way, introduce them to bigwigs you know. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ,.. he, or she, will be one of those young people with such a great inner peace that you must, early in life, inculcate the desire .to amount to something, otherwise this young life can be just spent in drifting along with the tide instead of becoming a big success, since there are fine talents here. Business and art are just fine here. but he wanted to be pushed there so that he would get doubled." Jim: "Or maybe South was afraid that his partner didn't lave much of a raise. Actually North's bid might be described as flying .the flag against the 60 part score." Oswald: "North did not have much of a raise, but if his ace and queen had been anywhere in hearts, South would have had a cinch contract." Jim: "South was a pretty resourceful player. He decided tricks instead of settling for one tricks instead of setting for'one, so he" played dummy's queen of hearts. When East produced the king, South had ho real play for his contract. In fact he rathOswald: "South was Warren Slattery, an old Brooklyn friend of. mine.'Warren is a mighty resourceful player and he managed to .make his contract by er expected to to go down more than one trick," . . . . means of some adroit camouflage. He started by playing his king .and queen of diamonds. SO POTENT New Beiuty EeAira minllllioliltillir i>. t ui..old llbou- lory. Almoii five limei II potent «• •rilinirr hoimonq •mm. On)/ icvin HORMONE SERUM Look Younger- Feel Younger I fW.I Away Dry.SKi. WfinU.t Amuing tiew HOEMONEX BEAUTY SERUM i« «o potwtl. 7 <lr»p> .daily fades these winklei. When nwothtd on iWn. Buppliet maximum dnily allots jnenl of (em«le hormones—hormones necessary to 'youlhfulnes* of practically all female organs. Heavy with tmttnlme Sesame Oil and moulur- itine Lanolin. Skin feell softer, smoother, fresher almost instantly. Acts so quickly because it'* almost 5 time as powerful at standard hormone cream—33,000 T.U. per ounce. It's economical, too—wat» lalt th.n IOO'DAY" SUPPLY, use it «t niitht, boiore retiring:—look for amazing results in the niominE. or—try it as a daytime make-up base, it'i fragrant and greaseless. too! So, for a fresher, brighter, younger-looking complexion gel a bottle, of HORMONEX BEAUTY SERUM today. Only $3 60. 200 Day Supply only S6.00. On sale at Toiletry Counters, Department Stores and Drug Stow* everywhere. Stewart Drugs 220 E. Main WEDNESDAY SPECIAL REG. I9 C HAMBURGERS BEST BARGAIN IN BLYTHEVILLE (NO LIMIT) (S*« Thii Paper For Next Wednesday's Special) Today In History (Today is Monday, April 22, the 113th day.'of 1968.; There are 263 'days left in the year. Today's highlight in history; On this date in 1898, the first shot- of the Spanish-American War was' fired when the USS Nashville 'captured a. Spanish merchant ship, off Key West, • On this date: Fla. On this date: In 1793, the United States proclaimed its neutrality in a war between France and Britain. In 1864, the. U. S. Congress authorized the director of the mint to use the motto, "In' God We Trust." In 1889, thousands of homesteaders swarmed into the Oklahoma Territory and staked'out claims to government territory In 1915, the German army used poison gas for the first time in World War I. In 1944, Allied soldiers invaded New Guinea in World War II}: ' . • •'••.• In 1964, the New York's Fair opened. ' ., " • • Ten years ago '— Yugoslav President Tito advised the Soviet Union to give up any,ideas abot bringing Yugoslavia' back into the Soviet camp. Five years ago - Liberal party leader Lester B. Pearson became prime minister of Canada. One year ago - King Constan. tine of Greece called for order after a military takeover in his nation. • Ohio is the oldest state to have been carved "out of the Northwest Territory. Any small fish of the herring family is a sardine. A 1 ' referendum is a popular election to determine whether a measure passed by a legislature shall be accepted. QUICK QUIZ Q - What bird uses the heat given off. by leaves and other decaying vegetation to hatch its eggs? A — The mound bird. . ., Q — Who was the first man in history to run the mile in less than four minutes? A — Roger Bannister of Britain in 1954 - time 3:59.4. Q — Which birds have th» fastest wingbeats? A — Hummingbirds, whose, wing-beats may be as fast as 50 to 75 times per second. GET QUALITY and SAVINGS TOO SlFEWAY Why take chances with the most important dishes in the meals you serve? There's no need to when we guarantee the quality of every cut'of meat and every .fruit and vegetable you buy at Safeway. And you get them at money-saving prices like those you see here! 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