The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 3, 1968 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 3, 1968
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Myflievffle (Ark.) Courier News- Monday, June J», MM - ft* - - ------— L '" * Forecast * By CARROLL RIGHTKR- paragraph oppoilM da'u which Include your birth 4tt» TUESDAY ,, GENERAL TENDENCIES: ; You should be able to get every thing about you in perfect working order now and let those about you be more aware that you are the one who is'a perfectionist and who goes to the trouble to examine and to improve the various outlets that mean the most to you and also tb your allies in the world of your various work. : ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) This is 8 day when handling all personal, business and governmental matters is relatively easy and you do so very successfully. Plan some time for renewing your strength. Be at toe peak of your efficiency. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Pleasure with congenials can be redoubled today and you can show proven talents to advantage. Buying some thoughtful gift for one you love is wise. Reach better rapport with this important individual in your life.;,, .'.'...".'• GEMINi (May 21 to June 21) Important you'show that you live an ideal life at home, if you want to impress others favorably now, and should. Avoid contentiousness by getting at the cause. Don't waste time fooling around with effects. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Look to good pals for the assistance and items you need to begin a new: up- trend in your affairs, be ;they business or personal. Out to the social with people of artistic, delightful tastes. Improve cultural position. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You have fine ideas for self- improyeinent and increasing success,,so get, them iii operation without delay. Dp not hesitate to tell others who understand what your ambitions are. Then you get ahead; VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) HcNiaght fnaute IB* Now you comprehend what Is expected of you by companions, so be cooperative, and they assist you greatly also in return. Be. more enlightened to modern trends. Open your eyes to greater opportunities. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct., 22) Why keep fretting about that situation you can do little or nothing about? You have many personal matters that need straightening out. Get at 'em. Be sincere about helping those who don't have it as easy as you. •• '•• ' '•'•"• SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov..21) If you tell your pals what your aims are, you find they readily help you to attain them. Stop procrastinating about contacting one in particular. Remember the old adage, "He who hesitates is lost"; there is much to gain here. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Don't waste time — get right at that civic matter that, improves your reputation as a good citizen, makes you more affluent. You can get that work done more. efficiently if you hit on some new system. Talk it over with that big businessman.. .; CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Now that you have the right methods for advancing, get busy and use them to advan tage. One ' whose ideas are quite different to yours gives answers to enigmas. Show that you have real understanding, intellect. AQUARIUS (Jam 21 to Feb. 19) If you carry' through with exactitude whatever you have promised to do, you will improve your reputation and gain good will. Showing mate your loyalty is with him, or her, is only fight. Be more affectionate the past... ' ; PISCES (Feb. 20 to .Mar. 20) Honestly ask'questipns of those with, whom you are allied aiu then you know exactly wheYi SHACKS Jn Beirut, Lebanon, are tinder for a fire which sweat through the shantytown section, leveling more than 3M Ktaris. Hundreds were left homeless by the blaze which started when a cooking-gas bottle exploded. Three persons were reported injured. JACOBY BRIDGE NORTH AJ933 4K8653 + J8 EAST * 4 ¥1063 41074 +AQ9652 SOUTH (D) AAQ1065 VAK87 WEST *K87 VJ952 4AJ8 + K103 + 74 Both vulnerable West North East South Pass 3* Pass Pass Pass 24k Pass 4* Pass Opening lead— 4k 7 '.. <ui you don't think that there will be any chance at all to make a game contract. North could not tell if his hand would be what South wanted to see but North wanted game and rubber if he could possibly get it." Jim: "In theory the game was worth bidding. It depended on the location of the spade king and therefore was even money to make." Oswald: "In practice the chance to make game was far better than 50 per cent. South has two club losers provided the defense goes right out and collects two club tricks. There is one diamond loser in any event, and that same SO per cent chance of * spade loser. West had to select an opening lead. He might have laid down his ace of diamonds and shifted to, a low club or he might have opened a club. He did choose a low spade. South promptly won the opening lead; cashed his ace of spades and proceeded to discard one of dummy's clubs on a high heart." Jim: "As you said West might have made a lead to beat the contract. He would, if he had another chance, but West had only one chance at the table and went wrong." ^ Paid in Full MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - A Cul refugee has sent the U.S. gov 1 - ernment a check for $120-'"flM total amount I received on my arrival in the United States " '• . The refugee, Enrique Saez, * now living hi Wilmington, Deli,'* added in a letter to the govern-;'. menfoperated Cuban Refugee'Center: "Also, a coat given mS' when I resettled to the north has v been donated to the Goodwill In- • dustries here in Wilmington." •' J Refugee Center records show Saez arrived by boat at Key West, Fla., Dec. 21, 1962, at the age of 19. The refugee wrote: "I arrived with only swimming trunks. Today I am a research engineer 1 ," • Oswald: "What do you think i of the way North and South reached their spade game?" Jim: "The only difference between it and "Papa-Mama" bidding lies in the fact that each of them pushed a trifle. South might well have stopped at two spades and North did not have much of a hand with which to go on to game." Oswald: "North's decision to bid game was based on the well-known principle that you only want to stop one short you stand with them. Invite conversation and many things are told that are important on both sides. Then you really get along fine. '.. • ' IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will do best if,-at an early age, you give chores to do around the bouse,that will early'bring out the natural desire to accomplish and be self-sufficient, be a good worker. The humanitarian tendencies here are most 'pro: nounced and the nature is inherently ethical.. Much ability with small details here. Tree cults exist as religious systems in some parts of the world; In India, in some cases before a,.bachelor marries a widow he must symbolically marry a tree, which is then cut down, to give him the equal status f widower, according to the. Encyclopaedia Britannica, Gosnell Baptist Church VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL Begins June 3 thru June 14 8:00 Til 11:00 Mon.-Fri. All Children Age 3 to 16 Yrs. Are Invited! MRS. EVA BULLARD, Principal REV. JAMES FITZGERALD, Pastor Protect Your Lovely Furs The Natural Way With Cold Fur Storage Thru special arrangement with BERNARD MANOR You can give your valuable furs summer long bonded and insured cold storage vault protection. Bring your furs to One Hour Martinizing. BLYTHEVILLE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Mon. Thru Fri. 7 A.M.-6 P.M. Saturday 7 A.M.-7 P.M. FREE WINTER Garment Storage Save time, work and worry with this modern economical service. Pick up your free box today, pack- it full and return. Every item will be beautifully cleaned, insured, and stored. Pay nothing til fall and then only regular cleaning charges. This Week's Dry Cleaning Special GOOD THRU THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1968 Ladies and Mens Plain SUITS & DRESSES 890 or 3 Beautifully Cleaned & Pressed for $«39 2 e SHIRTS 5 OR25e EACH ON HANGERS OR FOLDED s **£,, We Also Do Khaki and Other Work Clothes From Hays Fashion Department the 'Out Islanders' looks Keyed to a tropic beat... sun-kissed swapables that aM glow together as dreamily as sun and sand and sky. Lithe, smooth-as-musie fashionings, cool as a breeze off the Bahamas. Stripelingtops, 100% cotton, S-M-L Knit pull-on pants, cotton-stretch nylon, sizes 5-15. Left to right Crew top, Stitched-ctease pants.; Bateau top.i -Nassau shorts, Tee top. ^Bermuda shorts,. Shop Hays Thurs. and Fri. Till 8 P.M. Saturday Til 9P.M.

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