The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 17, 1966 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 17, 1966
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Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier News - Thursday, November 17, 1966 - Page Flvt Astrological Forecast By Cirroll Righter determine roar forecast, not* rafraph opposite datei whle* •-••- 7«u» birth late. FRIDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: An unusually beautiful day and 1 • evening for being alert to all kinds of interesting and fascinating new outlets. You can , ' gain the good will of rare and brilliant persons who operate quite differently from the aver- l age. Governments can reach a new accord by realizing each < other's problems. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Stating your aims quietly to good friends will see them giving you every assistance they can. Be more in tune with whatever is modern, up-to-date. Why not buy what others work so hard to make so easy for you? Be smart. TAURUS (Apr. 20 t May 20) Finding best method to please higher-ups will gain you much favor, and you can state your ideas simply, efficiently and effectively. Use vision to improve your career. Be sure of yourself. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Get into the world of business and activity early so that you put your ideas across will] alacrity and sureness. Much data that you need can be gleaned easily. Show that you are pretty much an inventive genius. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Handling securities, insurances, taxes, etc., intelligently and making the right impression on others is easy now. Be devoted to loved one. This makes for a most delightful and happy evening. LEO (July 22 t Aug. 21) Show that you can be as clever and modern thinking as your partners and then you make big progress in your field of endeavor. Show that you have vision. Talking at length renew arrangements, contracts, brings right results. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) If you invest in machinery, etc. tiiat will make your work light;. er, more accurate, you get far - better results now. Listen to ideas of co-workers. Their plans can show much ingenuity, join in them. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You are attuned to whatever is : beautiful and constructive, so ' a get busy and make big strides :: forward along such directions. Bring your talents to the attention of appreciative higher-up. Be successful. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Look around you and see what j improvements need to be made around your home and then put such into operation, get right help. Those big plans you have j in mind can also be put to work 1 Be clever where money is concerned. : SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) You are thinking very cleverly now and can easily put all of your operations on a more successful basis. You have excellent ideas. Just be sure you voice them to the proper individuals — those who can be really helpful. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Keep that old dollar sign in • view when you handle property ^and other monetary, practical affairs. Find right course to fol- 1 low. Have talks with bigwigs in business and you forge ahead , much faster. AQUARIUS. (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You 'have to use apositive ' attitude in going after what you want and also come out specifically with your aims — others cannot read your mind. Find new associates via the social ladder. Stay in your right plane and you win out. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) An evening for quiet romance and finding the peace of mind with loved one which may have been impossible for some time Garner certain data you need, especially during spare time. Be a bit cagey. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be a .brilliant child who early knows what he or she wants to do, what profession to follow, so be sure you give your progeny ev- , ery educational advantage possible _ travel, social life with ; the right young people. The best course here is to make the most of last year's standards, mechanisms and bring them up .to date. A big success ii then ' possible. Th« French background of Haiti dates to 1697 when, by the Treaty of Ryswick, Spain ceded tiie island to France. Marriage Prospect Bleak -4l>iqaif V iga an ren (MiMnrat tro<Uc*t« inc.) DEAR ABBY: I am 21 years old and am very much in love with a young man I'll call John. He is 24. My problem is his parents. They are violently opposed to our marrying because of a religious and nationality difference. I can do nothing about my nationality, but I'd be willing to change my religion to his. John says it wouldn't help, they would still be opposed. Abby, what hurts is I have never even met them. They refuse to see me. John says he knows if they ever got to know me they would love me, and I'm sure they would. Should I take matters into my own hands and go over there and introduce myself? John says he can't marry me while his parents are living. What shall I do? We love each other. HEARTBROKEN DEAR HEARTBROKEN: Face it. If John loved you as much as you love John he would either persuade his parents to meet you, or he would mary you without their consent. You are both over 21. I see no marriage in your future with this young man. DEAR ABBY: Will you take a chance and ask your readers to answer this thru your column, or are you afraid of what might follow? Are men and boys cleaner than women and girls? Sign me— "CLEANER THAN THOU" DEAR "CLEANER": If "thou" are a man or boy, (and I assume thou art) come forth and speak thy piece. And show thy evidence. DEAR ABBY: Orville and I have been married for 30 years. We usually retire about 11 o'clock. But there are times when Orville would like to retire at 8:30 or 9 because he's 'tired.' Well, that's all right with me, but I am not ready to go to sleep that early. Orville refuses to go to bed without me! I think he is being very unfair. I wouldn't insist that he adjust his schedule to suit mine if he didn't feel like it. What is your opinion of this? BETTER HALF DEAR BETTER: I'll bet when Orville was a baby he wouldn't go to sleep unless his mother lay down beside him. Well, tell him you aren't his mother, and he's no baby, and it's time he went "beddy-by" alone. Troubled? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self - addressed envelope. Kidney Danger Signals Getting up nfghts, burning, frequcn or scanty flow, leg or back pain may warn of functional kidney dls orders-"Danger Ahead.' 1 Give kidnej a GENTLE lift with BUKETS, th tonic-diuretic. Increase and regulab passage IN 4 DAYS or your 39 back at any drug counter. XODA~ at Kirby Drug. New westingnouse LOR TV STEREO & RADIO WESTINGHOUSE AIL TRANSISTOR STEREO THE ULTIMATE IN STEREO ADVANCEMENT AND CABINETRY COLOR TV PRICES START$ AT * 449 We Service What We Sell? Nau Of Men In Service Airman Micheal J/ Wagner, son of Mr. and Mrs. .Jack P. Wagner of Manila, has been selected for training as a medical specialist at Sheppard A.F.B. Texas. Airman Wagner is a graduate of Manila High School and attended Arkansas State College. Airman I. C. Sylvester L. Craig, son of Mrs. Marie Armstrong, of Caruthersville is serving as information specialist at a forward combat base with the U. S. Air Force in sotuheast Asia. Airman Craig attended high school in Wardell, Mo., and is married to the former Nancy Fields of Marceline, Mo. Gerald D. Branch, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Branch, 120 Hollywood, was recently promoted to sergeant in the U.S. Army Oct. 17. Sergeant Branch is serving as a fire control crewman with Battery C, 6th Battalion, 59th Artillery which is stationed in Germany. The sergeant is a graduate of Armorel High School and has been in the army since 1964. Capt. James Merritt Bour- lland, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bourland, Route One, Manila, was recently promoted to the rank of major Sept. 16 with the CSZ Assistance Group in Zweibrueckin, Germany. The major is a graduate of Manila High School and Arkansas State College. His wife, the former Billye Gale of Glen Allen, Mo., is with him in Mermany. The couple has two daughters. Pvt. Robert D. Banners, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Hanners, Route One, Arbyrd, Mo., completed a radio teletype operation course at the Army Southeastern Signal School, Ft. Gordon, Ga., Nov. 10. Army Pvt. Freddy A. Great- house, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Greathouse, Monette completed a 12-week communications specialist course at the Army Southeastern Signal School, Ft. Gordon, Ga., Nov. 10. His wife, Phyllis Kay, lives in Leachville. Spec. 4 Kenneth R. Reinhardt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland R. Reinhardt, Blytheville, has completed 43 weeks of electronics training. Presently on orders to t h e 177th Replacement Detachment in Korea, Specialist Reinhardt has been assigned as instructor. He attended the Non-Corn- missioned Officers Academy at Fort Hood, Texai. FAT OVERWEIGHT Available to you without a doctors prescription, our product called Gal- axon You must lose ugly fat or your money back. Galaxon Is a tab. let and easily swallowed Get rid ol excess fat ana' live longer. Galaxorj costs S3.00 and Is sold on this guarartee: if not satisfied for any tea. son. Just return the package to your drusglst and get your full money back. No question asked. Galaxon Is sold with this guarantee by: Stewart's Drug Store—200 E. Main Mail Orders ruled NOTICE Notice is hereby given that L. G. Nash, residing at 1301 Chickasawba Street, is appealing to the Board of Adjustment on denial of a Permit to construct a garage adjoining his residence. This hearing to be held on November 29, 1966 at 1:30 P.M. in the conference room at the City Hall. All interested parties in this matter should be present at said hearing. Dated: Nov. 15, 1966 BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT Foy Etchison, Chairman 11-17 Cells of an electric eel are laid out in a series; human cells are parallel, hence no accumulation of electricity. GET THE BEST BUY IN PAIN RELIEF Are you overpaying for pain relief? 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