The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 19, 1966 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 19, 1966
Page 2
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Fate Two - Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier News. - Monday, September It, 19M ", TORONDO — A new grille, flush-with- jhe-hood headlight covers, new tail-lamp styling and' optional specially designed' sporty- looking 'wheel discs, characterize (he 1967 ex- terior appearance of Oldsmobile's front wheel drive Tpronado. It goes on display Sept. 29 at Sam -Black Motor Company. Forecast * OM «'*umm Wg V*""*"""""* «6 dettrmmt turn igreetk nuU r*r»jr»pb oppoiin tktot, wblcb •ncluit Timr birth diU TUESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: The morning nrias you with more energy than usual but you find that otherwise there are many peculiar and contentious, maybe even some decidedly adverse conditions in the marts of trade that need to be handle with much care an caution or intermittent trouble can follow for some time to come. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) A more cheerful attitude and a gentle touch will get rid of that depressed feeling around you because of rather strange influences beirig;present. Some new interest needs careful study Don't take expensive chances. TAURUS ; (Apr. 20 to May 20) Home conditions may be somewhat annoying but if you show The first ship sailed through f understanding and kindness, all l*c standing, will help you keep your feit Ort the ground. Show that you have logic and intellect.. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Certain individuals and conditions need to be cleared up, so do so after ytiu have all the true facts, but do it diplomatically. It takes a little effort to get. One to understand you better. Explain ideas simply. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) If you are a little more practical you find that you can overcome any Obstacles that stand in the way of your progress. Common sense methods save much trouble. Light entertainment is best for the evening. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Follow, through, with personal desires taking care not to get into arguments over money. This could deter you from making forward. iSoi't M to forceful where'wOni*4 «r« concerned *r they rtsenMt. •*« VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept 22) By consulting with experts you can get back on the beam if you have not been thinking ve-ry clearly lately. Avoid prejudices and concentrate on constructive meditation Then progress quickly. you mak« LIBRA (SeM « t* Oct. 22) Some secret anxiety could keep you from art opportunity to get higher-ups to give you a boost where your most cherished aim* are concerned, if you do not rise above such. State your aims. Then full speed ahead. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Avoid gossipy pals and devote your time .16 higher-ups w h 0 can support your ideas if you approach them in a very charming, admiring way. DO some civic work. Steer clear of the social or there trouble. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. »;. 10 Dec. 21) Experimenting; w'i t h new ideas can bring advancement, so forget about other things for awhile, and don't annoy higher - ups. Expansion comes easily now. Get out to the theater or other light entertainment iii P.M. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 0 Jan. 20) You need to clear up obligations today if you" want to feel A -r" With the exception of the 13 original states, the states of The meadowlark is not a lark but a member of the blackbird Texas, Vermont, Maine, Virginia and California. What states of the Union never held the status of terri n live to North America? A — Only one species the Suez Canal on Jan..!, 1937. (works out very well. Fine: under of o&nu wrfl V.'^.i, i _*-i!'iA it* cheating thoughts. AQUARIUS (4*n. 21 td Feb 19) A partner can be quite de- hiandlng, but this Is good, since it takes your mind away from any anxieties or tangent* and you accomplish « great deal. Use new tack on competition Get artiaitrtg reiult* PISCES (Feb, Id t6 Mar. 20) busy at the wbrk you truly like artd you find much pleasure and advancement possible right n6W. You can put ideas across by some new method, slant. Show that you are ambitious and others respect you. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he, or she, will be one Of those very ambitious young people who has fine organizational powers and is also very good at small detail. This combination makes for g r e a t success. However, early teach to be more co-operation-minded where others are concerned. No old-fashioned ideas for your progeny and the desire to Specialize is great and the perfectionist is definitely in this chart. Today is Monday, Sept 1», Kie 262nd day of 1M6 There ar* 103 days left in the year. a Today's highlight in history^ On this date . 1777, the first battle Of Bemis Heights was, fought on (he Hudson River southeast of Saratoga, NY, Burgoyne's plan to open * path to Albany.' On this date- In 1796, George Washington delivered his farewell address. In 18S1, President James Garfield died of wounds inflicted by an assassin July 2. In 1933, Idaho and New Mexico voted to repeal the 18th Amendment. In 1945, President Harry S. 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