The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 24, 1968 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 24, 1968
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WyfhBvflle (Arki) Courier News — Friday, May 24, i960 — Pag* Five Astrological * Forecast * By CARROLL RJGHTER- Io determine youi torment, not. McNmuiht IjntKll* U»>o determine jotf loma.., --— puifnvh OPPW*. 4 ? •* w ™ t * tacludf tour birth late SATURDAY ; (GENERAL TENDENCIES: This is a day to apply yourself the business at hand arid to WUIB UUDU 7' > . ° ''"T rr ters that are uppermost m youi be very materially minded as - deas t« inst what vou are going to "."""• ""*.». ,,. _ x '„„,;„„ andle problematical affairs icely, provided you are realis- e and hot visionary. Be happy. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) good Saturday to talk over ith a higher-up certain maters that are uppermost in your J just what you are going do about money and possessions in the future. This is a sons in the luture. IHB » « r hp humanities day and evening when_soc,al the humamUes. top acting like the •conquering ,eo and be mo affairs arid even romance can VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Avoid the frivolous now and <uiau» »"» -•-•- ----- Avoid the irivoious now oui be hard to get oftheground A «f nt ^ o£ those oppor , en arranUB for SUCH matters 31 """.,. ,, _./• ~_ • • t it..«,i.ilirni so arrange for such matters a better time. , ; 'ARIES (Mar. 21'-to Apr. 19) It is wiser to handle all practical affairs, even the personal, instead of going out for pleasure, since the latter could prove to be very disappointing. Show others that you are a very sensible person. Be efficient. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Doing whatever wiD make you stronger and more -charming is best now instead of doing whatever is o! an artistic or cultural nature, Sake a good look at yourself. See where there are flaws to be gotten rid of, GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) A little while spent concentrating can reveal how to acquire inore poise'and be more practical, sine* the planets'are favorable. A*ist that person who is in great need. Be less self- centered. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July M) A day for more seri- iou* permit 'and being with good friends instead of going cut for f« and frolic. You can unities that present themselves o advance more quickly in our career. A letter you re- eive could annoy personally, ut be a chance to advance radically. Be wise. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Some vital new arranging is necessary with partners now, o be precise and meticulous and all goes fine. Get rid of whatever is of little use now. Show loved one that you are jractical and have good com- non sense. ' ••"" SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) ie certain you do not get so wMo ••WAY, MAY* 1:00 NEIT SYMPHONIES The Dfetroit Symphony in con cert. 120 BHOEF To Be Announced. J:3« AffraQUES Ameijcan Art Glass I. Th complete and valuable collec tion fl-l American Art glass. J:00 MET PLAYHOUSE Eveqyman. A modern - dres production, with a specia jazz' score, of the most fam ous of medieval m o r a 1 i t; plaffs, about man's journej thnbugh life with Death at tending his every step. 5:00 NET FESTIVAL Chicago Double Bill. Two pects of Chicago's diversified performing arts scene, •""- quiem for a Slave," and _ eratic dance drama in mod era jazz form; aiid Act I from the well - known classi cal ballet "Coppelia." 6:00 JAPAN: THE CHANGING YEARS Premiere. Leap Across Time Japan from 1861 to 1961. 6:30 ANATOMY OF A HIT Little Man, What Now? Mod ern music and its madness with host Ralph J. Gleason. 7-00 ELLINGTON: A CON CERT OF SACRED MUSIC Duke Ellington at Grace Ca thedral in San Francisco. Estate Gain ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) - An attorney for the family of Dr Martin Luther King Jr. .says $50,000 life insurance policy has been added to the estate of th slain civil rights leader. Attorney Chauncey Eskridge of Chicago said the policy ; wa mainained by one of King' longtime friends, singer Harry Belafonte, primarily for th King children. Earlier, the attorney had reported that King's estate wa too small to warrant filing .probate papers. There was no will but the' es tate was reported at $5,000, in joint bank accounts and a morl gage insurance policy which paid for his home plus royaltie from four books. No Jury Duty JUNCTION CITY, Kan. (AP — Mrs. Doris Caldweil offered to have her husband report for jury duty, as ordered by the court, If Geary County would make arrangements and pay the usual transportation allowance. But the district court clerk refused. Mrs. Caldwell's husband, Sgt. Howard G. Caldweil, ii serving wife tin Army in Vietnam, bogged down with details that you and your associates fail to leep focused on the big issues at hand. Show all that you are operating on the highest ethical level. Be clever. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Once you have hobbies perfected, get out with right persons and strut your stuff, as it were. However, do not spend too much money. If you can, try to earn some via such avenues instead. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Take the time to make needed repairs around the h o u s e and doing whatever else makes kin happy. Think over what will improve security now. Stop dreaming and get right to work on what will give you added abundance. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Ideal day and P.M. to correspond with others and be sure you know just how close you are to reaching mutual goals. See to it that your car indeed is in good running order, or there 'can be an accident. Plan some trip today. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be one of those young people who, early in life, has to be taughl to be practical and then the chart becomes a successful one. Otherwise the habit of procrastination will be formed and little accomplished. The importance of first studying every aspect, detail should be stressed in early life, then reach right decisions. HOLLAND NEWS By Mr», Jo* Lester JACOBY ON BRIDGE In yesterday's column we discussed the two spade response :p one no-trump which shows both minor suits and any strength hand. Yesterday responder held one point. Today he holds eight high card points. Ordinarily he would simply bid toree no-trump. West would make his normal spade lead and the defense would collect five tricks before South could get around to cashing any clubs. The artificial Jacoby two spade response asks South to rebid two no-trump with at least one and jjialf supporters in each majori IHng .-'jack- small is the least holding that qualifies here.. Otherwise, South rebids to three, of his better ninor. '. ; . The three club bid warns North away from three no- trump but he wants to make a further try for -game, and does so by bidding four clubs. South could pass at'this point but he has the right hand or going on. Since North has shown at least 10 minor suit cards South can count a maximum of one loser in the major suits and his good minor suit cards indicate that there won't ie more than one. loser there. In fact, South is ambitious enough to make a mild slam try. He does this by bidding four le'arts. This can't be an at- The Culbertson Homemakers club met Thursday ! afternoon, May 16th, in the home of Mrs. Lucille Smith. Mrs. Smith is not a member of the club, but the club was invited by special invitation from Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Pamsy Hopper was co- hostess. There were six regular members present and two visitors, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Hopper. the president called the group to order. The hostess gave the devotional. The roll call was answered with "A Safe driving hint." Mrs. Lala Via gave the lesson for the day, "Safe driving." A short business meeting was held. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Bertha Ward, June 6, at 2 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Tuberville Sr., Miss Bonnie Tuberville arid Troy Tuberville Jr. of Cahokie, 111., attended the funeral services of Mrs. Tuberville's brother-in-law, Woorley Hasford, of Portageville, Mo.', unday afternoon, May 12, at he DeLisle Funeral Home in Portageville, Mo. Mr. Hasford died Friday night, May 10. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cope- and and children Johnny arid ferry of Memphis visite'd several days last week in the home if Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Trowbridge md Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Marin. Mothers Day dinner guests in NORTH U *2 ¥32 4 A10T6S + KJ843 WEST EAST AQJ107 *K-8543 VKJ74 VQ965 • 83 4942 *2 SOUTH (D) *A96 VA108 4KQJ * Q10 1 S Both -vulnerable Went North East South 1N.T. Pass. 24 FSM 3* Pass 4* Pass 4* Pass 5# Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—A Q tempt to get to a heart contract | three no-trump. and must be read as a club slam try. Nbrth.looks at his eight points refuses the invitation and closes the bidding at five clubs. Strangely enough the spade lead allows South to make 12 tricks. He takes his ace of spades and knocks out the ace of'clubs. It doesn't matter what West does at this stage. South will draw the rest of the trumps and discard his 10 and eight of hearts on dummy's long diamonds. The slam will have been missed but North and South will have avoided .getting MURR Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA Friday and Saturday DOUBLB FEATURE "THE FROZEN DEAD" with Dana Andrews —PLUS— (IN COLOR) with Roddy McDowell & Jill Haworth Sun. • Mon. • Tues. and • Wed. JAMES . STEWART FONDA ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA Friday • Saturday THE WILD ANGELS ...LOOK OUT- I'aei're COMING! £1966 Hmerion loteuirtonal ffctmt — PLUSi- "FIREBALL 500" with Frankie Avalon & Annette Punicelto •Sun. «Mon. «Tue. •Wed. "PSYCH-OUT" with Susan Strasberc — PLUS — "It's A Bikini World" with Dehrah Walley and Tommy Kirk the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Barren, < and grandson ,Joe Heathcock were, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Kilburn and children, Earth and Tiena of Millington, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ervin and children, Mr. and Mrs. Shot Heathcock and family of Steele and Mr. and Mrs. M. Goseby and son. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Tuberville Jr. and family, of Skokie, 111., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Tuberville Sr., and daughter Bonnie. Mrs. Glays Hicks was also a guest Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Channell Jr. and children Charlene and Joe III of West Memphis, Ark., spent the weekend with their, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Channell Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Ray of Hayti, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. John Pruitt and children Tom and Tess of Clarksdale, Ark., were dinner guests Sunday. They, were joined in the afternoon by Mr. and Mrs. Willard Ray of Hayti and Mrs. Ethel Barren. Bob Williams was a patient from Monday through Thursday at the Hayti hospital last week. He underwent a series of tests and x-rays. His wife Wonda was with him. Mrs. Joe Lester spent Thursday through Sunday in the home of her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Lester, and son. She took her grandsons Jim and Sam home. They visited their grandparents for two weeks. Mrs. Emma G. Hunt and chil- Calumet News . Mr. and Mrs. Burnell Wright have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Larry Coggans, and Mr. Coggans and family in Piedmont, Mo. Mr. 'and Mrs. Stanely Gable of West. Columbia, S. C., recently .visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernal White, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Audie Cavanaugh of Nashville, Tenn., spent last-'weekend with her parents, Mr., and Mrs. I. T. Walker and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lollar are Visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dale Wilson, Mr. Wilson and family in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Wadkins and Junior Lloyd spent the weekend at Kentucky Lake. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Tramel have returned from Fort Campbell, Ky., where they visited their son, Pvt. Felton Tramel, who is,stationed there. Mr: and Mrs. Jack Hinderson and children of West Memphis were guests last weekend of Bob Brown. QUICK QUIZ Q—Why is Colorado popularly known as the "Centennial State? , A—Because it was admitted to the Union in 1876, the 100th anniversary of American independence. dren Doug and Karen of Blytheville, Ark., spent Saturday night and Sunday in the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Bill McArthur. Auburn Allen of Van Buren, Mo., visited several days last week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Nunery. They were all supper guests Wednesday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jenkins. Mrs. Troy Tuberville Sr., received a telephone csil Friday that her great-nephew, Ronnie Richardson of Portageville, Mo., had been killed in Vietnam. Funeral arrangements are not complete. Guests in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kelley, Mothers Day were, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Galberth and children Bryon and Patricia of Poplar Bluff, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Gerald James and son Tommy, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Holt and family both of Blytheville, Ark. Mrs. Elsie Wamack is in St. Louis, Mo., visiting her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cult. Mrs. Gracie Culp is visiting her daughter and family of Elaine, Ark. ARCH W. FORD, Arkansai r; Commissioner of Education^ will speak at commencement' exercises at Dell High School'' 1 at'8 p.m. on Thursday. 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'TIL 8 P.M. SAT.'TIL 9 P.M. t-

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