The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 20, 1968 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Forecast TUESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: A wonderful day and evening for you to get busy and put that interesting new plan in motion -'that can bring you much happiness and the feeling that you are at the top of the heap. Show you are the one who has it in your power to forge ahead in avenues of expression requiring penetrating thought plus definite action. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr, 19) That bigwig will now give you the backing you want so that you get your pet project on the road: Then out to the social affairs that can bring your personal aims within easy grasp. Dress charmingly. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Get in touch with that expert who can now give you data that will help you to have more success in the field that fascinates you most Plan the future wisely. Then out to the romantic in the P.M. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Make it a point to contact good pals and show how devoted you are to them today. There is some problem that can be solved easily by the social route now. D» so intelligently and cleverly. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Several interesting conditions arise in the business world which heed subtle, intelli- gent handling, A higher-up appreciates your 'abilities and gives you a boost upward, Show gratitude. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Ideal day to go to some new site and meet those whose back- grpund and experience are quite different to yours, so that you get some excellent idea. Be broad-minded. Then you increase benefits. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Use those modern systems that will stamp you as being very efficient and ahead of the others now. Be very particular about details. After handling all responsibilities, be happy with mate. Show devotion. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Associates now appreciate your finest abilities and will cooperate with you in making your future aims more successful. Come to a better understanding with everyone. Some time for partying is good in P.M. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov; 21) Don't get confused because you have much to do. Just schedule your tirne and activities and all outside .duties, especially, go very well. Slate your aims to fellow workers. Then they cooperate more intelligently. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Make it a point to step out with charming people during spare time for the kind of pleasure, social life you truly appreciate. Blyttievflh (Ark.) Courier News — Monday, May », 1W8 - Fife MM FLOOD DAMAGE is causing the floor to sink at Venice's St. Mark's Basilica, putting one of the world's greatest churches in serious danger. Alarmed Venetians have appealed to the Italian government for help in saving the famous Byzantine-styled cathedral. . NORTH JACOBY ON BRIDGE this exactly.'^' Oswald: "South has only 16 points but he has good diamonds, and the other three aces. He is delighted to try for three no-trump." Jim: "The combination of the spade lead and the good diamond break allows South to make an overtrick at three no- trump. He simply wins the first spade, runs six diamonds and leads a spade from dummy to establish the 10 of'spades as a 10th trick." Oswald: "ft North had a poorer hand with six diamonds he would have passed one no- trump and only gone to diamonds if his partner were doubled. With a slightly better nand, such as six diamonds headed by ace - queen - jack. North would Oswald: "In the Jacoby rneth- have bid three no-trump, after od, the two club response, to the no-trump opening." .11 + AJ878! #732 WEST EAST AK9854 *Q87 VK98S VQ1Q7 *Q3 #94 + Q8 +KJS54 SOUTH (D) *A103 VAJ51 + K102 #A106 Both vulnerable Welt North Eut South 1N.T. Pass 3> Pas» 3N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead— A * one rio-trump is Stayman and Jim: "Finally, if North held really strong hand with one minor suit he would respond two clubs (Stayman) and follow up by bidding his minor suit." • "This bid would alert partner.that there might be a slam. Whether the slam is bid would depend on both hands." The Holstein breed of cattle was known to mankind at the covers many major suit holdings and the strong hand with one major suit. The two. dia mond response is a transfer to hearts; the tWo heart response spade response a special bid to do. Thea you can.be very suc- hearts and three spade respon- 19) Now you .can get together with the right person to assist monds and three clubs cover you .with your routine work you like, but need to complete more one of those delightful young that you are warmly devoted. people who loves to pioneer and Get important work done, also. ments that are important. Keep can be of great assistance to 'the general public as well as good six card diamond suit. He 20) If you use some new meth- self. Make certain you teach wants to be in three no-trump ods, you find others will assist You need to act more quickly early to complete whatever has you more willingly to gain your monds and. a good; no-trump. been commenced so that the Where financial affairs are con- Otherwise he wants to play the career can be a. successful one cerned if you -hope, to add to business. Plan -the future with instead of -a- series' -of mere be- hand for a diamond part score. kin. Extend invitations to friend ' 'Show ingenuity in whatever you EW SWIN HE-8122 SINGER* room-to- room TV ONLY toeline o£ thi« Da«on*.and eotton seewucNf dMM with niffi* trim ttnecklitx Mid hem im""•* b James Whitcomb Riley, noted Bossier poet, at one time used the pen name of Benjamin f, Johnson. MURR Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA • MON • TUE. • WED. 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