The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1968 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 6, 1968
Page 5
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Blytn«vtn« (Ark.) Courier New — Monday, May «, M<l— ttgi JACOBY ON BRIDGE NORTH « *8 1M3 4K933 + AKQJ72 WEST EAST AJ883 *52 VB87 VKQJ52 4AQ10 464 #1053 #9864 SOUTH (D) AAKQ1074 . VA106 4J875 #Void North-South vulnerable West North East South 1* Pas* 2* Pass 3* Pass 4* Pass 4* Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—V 9 Good Reasoning At Its Worst Jim: "Sometimes an expert •will find a way to lose a contract that a player of lesser abilitv would never conceive." one of the greatest player* of all time..,I won't mention his] to malign his memory." i Jim: "South must have duck-| ed that first heart. In that case I can't see how South managed to get himself set." Oswald: "It was due to a brilliant biif'silly play. South'duck-, ed the first heart whereupon '• East shifted to the six of diamonds! West took his ace and led the diamond queen. South' was in dummy with the king. Now do you see what he didt" Jim: "I think so. He must have discarded his 10 of hearts on one of dummy's clubs and then led the nine of spades and finessed against•' East; That play would have worked if East held all five trumps, but it had to .be downright silly because it allowed West to give his partner a diamond ruff for the setting trick." Oswald: "South had reasoned that East's failure to lead a trump at trick two indicated that he held all five missing Asi * Forecast .':*. By CARROLL RIGHTUR- To detumine your torevast, not* paragraun opposite dates wmclr include your blrtb daf TUESDAY Oswald: "Here's one of this I trumps and wanted to get a type that Fred Karpin shows. I quick diamond trick. It was ex- East was the late Ewar Kemp- pert reasoning at its worst." Bon of England and South was Jim: "Not necessarily. Ha3 • South carried his expert reasoning a trifle further he could have guarded against five trumps in the East hand and What's tor Lunch? GOSNELL Tuesday Hamburgers French Fries Catsup Cheese "Bread Milk BillllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIllMllllllllpllllll'llllpll 1 GENERAL TENDENCIES: You have a fine' chance to gain the good will and the active assistance of some very influential persons who are able to give you the backing that you need. An element of protection is present in connection \yith going straight to them and letting them know you. are the one who is able to carry out their plans right. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Co - workers understand what you want to accomplish n'ow and will gladly cooperate with you. Take the treatments that will improve health. See to it that you follow instructions from experts. . TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Ideal day to get your finest taj- McNauthtirhnca'tt IB* ents before the right .people and get into the pleasures that bring you the finest pleasure, happiness. • Be particularly affectionate With mate.; Show that you are indeed devoted. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Be clever in -showing devotion to kin who expect a good deal from you' now.'Do some entertaining ,at home that'they will like anil appreciate. Make'sure that all is in tip-top order there,' also. ': ' MOON CHILDREN 1 (June 22 : to July 21) .Get,in touch: with those who can assist you to gain your finest airiis more 'easily. Find a better method of operation that will make your life smoother sailing. Avoid persons who are unreliable. ; LEO (July .22 to,Aug. 21) Doing those chores that require extra care will do much to Improve your holdings now. Add to present holdings/ Get; suggestions from a business expert if you want to make the fastest progress. , VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Good pals will now assist you in some party or other activity that will add to your prestige, happiness, help you in your aims. Be actively engaged in the social. Make hew acquaintances that are very worthwhile LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Showing bigwigs that you have know-how may open doors to greater success in the future. Show where you can best fit into some big project. Take your rightful place in the world. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Find out what good pals are willing to extend themselves in your behalf and then state your aims clearly. First know exactly what they are. Then full ly what they are. Then full speed ahead to gain them quickly. .SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Making sure that you carry through efficiently with some outside duty is wise, since a bigwig is scrutinizing you. Do whatever is expected of an A-l citizen. Make sure you observe every regulation pertaining to you. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. j 20) A good day for new beginnings, gathering information you need/meeting and making new contacts, etc. Handle correspondence and plan that trip that is important in your business. Be economical. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Put aside thoughts of pleasure and handle all those responsibilities that await your attention'. Put in a good day's work, get bills paid, etc. Then the evening can be most delight ful in a romantic way. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Much conversation with valuable partners can lead to greater success, so be sure to state own ideas and listen to theirs. Come to real accord. This also holds true in private relationships. • ' IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ..-. he, or she, will be one of those interesting young j people who needs to be perfect in whatever is undertaken and the extremely specialized professions are best here. Teach early the importance of adhering to principles. Also teach to look at the overall picture and not get lost in merely the details. A scientist here. .scattered on >155 square miles. The three islands were first visited by Christopher Columbus 1 ; about 1493. : .';^| OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT Town & Country Beauty Shop Located - Quality Acres • Air Base Hl-way OPENING SPECIAL: BRECK BEAUTY TIME PERMANENT $750 WAVES I • f Special Good May 6 - 11 .1 Operators: Martha Rose Crosskno - Diane James Phone I/E 2-8505 SEED BEANS • REGISTERED DAVIS • CERTIFIED DAVIS • REGISTERED HILL • REGISTERED LEE BLYTHEVILLE SEED CO. PHONE PO 3-6856 or PO 3-8137 still made his contract." Oswald: "Of course. He could have cashed two more high clubs and got rid of his last two diamonds. It wouldn't bother him if East trumped in because South could overruff and [ hold his trump loss to onei against any and all distributions." A CORDIAL INVITATION TO THE GOSPEL MEETING at the Northside "• Church of Christ *~~ t l> -''.'•-., • -' Highland at U. S. 61 N. • Blythevilta MAY 8-16 7:30 EACH EVENING The Crowley's Ridge Academy Chorus Is To Be Present Thurs., May 9,7:00 p.m. A Special Invitation to Young People Thurs., May 9 DOUG KOSTOWSKI EVANGELIST WALGREEN AGENCY Plaza Plaza Shopping Center — PO 3-4507 MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL! VE6-0-MATIC 77 Cosmetics Jewelry . Candy Home Gifts Free Gift Wrapping »••••••••••••••••••••••*•••«••••••••••*•• We Are Now Exclusive Dealers of ALOE COSMETICS They Cost A Little More, But They Do So Much More. Want Good Machine Work Want Good Engineering Want Honest Advice COME TO — it l RI/CIYA I C Monufocturlnf one pARKM/ALc •***» *"*» 325 South Broadway PO 2-2911 THE FABULOUS LOOK MOTHER'S DAY o //'I WM 1. HattesyJa a dress with, its pefinaocndy pleated skirt. In a dashing plaid. Woven Polyester and Cotton Voile. 12C-24C Blue Combination • Flak Combination 2. Button-front sheath with, a. masterful toned of -white embroidery. In Polyester and Cotton Voile. Self belt 12C-24C Pink • Blue • Mint • All With White Embroidery 3. lorely embroidery transforms this sheath into smart elegance. In Polyester and Cotton Voile. Self tie belt, 20-20 Grey • Cocoa • Blue 4. Whirls of radiantly soft colors in this all purpose dress with panel pleated skirt. In Polyester and Cotton Voile. ' 10-20 Bhfe Combination- • Pink GombiintiioH. 5. A fitted dress in glowing colors. Double knffe pleated skirt, flattering eased bodice. Arnel and Polyester Crepe. 1O-20 Pink • Blue 6. Swirl patterned rhapsody in an optional self-behed sheadu Body lined. In Polyester and Cotton Voile. 12C-24C Black/White • Navy/White i • .. 7. Blissful wear, easy care in a slimline charmer. Intricate design panels. Arnel and Polyester Crepe. Optional belt. 12C-24C Pink Combination • Green Combination 8. A go-anywhere shirt dress with subtle color tones. Body lined. Polyester and Cotton Plaid Voile, Self tie belt. . 10-20 • Bhte Combination * fitik Combination 6. —-rll si 5. •&*.

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