The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 19, 1966 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 19, 1966
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'" flyth'evffl* '(Ark.) Courier News — Saturday, November 19, IMS - Page Flvi Astrological * Forecast * By CARRUiX R1GUTEB . WJ .-.^.- Wo determine your forecast, note paragraph opposite dates wliitb iUuN.iugllt Syndicate Inc Include vour blrtb date are able to accomplish a great SUNDAY dea( The as i r oiogical aspects GENERAL TENDENCIES: afe trending towards a happy A Sunday in which [here is i so ] ution O j many problems be- some dynamic influence in effect •. tween persons a s well as giving to cause you to see both sides | a betler understanding' of one's of any situation which arises 1 se j f whether of a spiritual or men- ; A KJES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) tal nature. Most of all you have Analyze j ust where you are go- a compassion toward others, so ing and )]OW mucn f ar ther you you will be able to be ser-' s jjj| j )ave ^ travel to reach vice to them in the manner they need most. AFIIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19)| your [or Plan intelligently days ahead. Show oth- ' i ers that you can be most Be more alert to what is going i ( nou gi,tul kind, on around you. since there are j TAURU ' S . (Apr _ 20 to May 20) bound to be some radical Highly lovaHriellds are regarding you with interest to see how (o P our fe a ' slraigh tf orwal . d changes in the near future. Find better system of doing your work and have greater satisfaction. Increase profits, too. This is a good day to plan all SUCiS. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Be willing to lend a helping j K^toStaaMtertteb hand to good pals and you ce- influenlia | person „ a s to ment better relations, improve ; If you foUow it, you get good will for the days ahead. ,»»* / as ,_ At ,« nd Jun( , 21) meetings where you increase popularity. Prestige soars and you succeed. Take time to attend services of your choice first. Evening fine for the socially pleasant. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) j"^ ]OON CHILDREN (J une 22 You have lost some of your i & serious prestige late y and would d o , < ] > revea , where to well to get into cmc matters! & w admire and serve with _good will now. ^ ^ tfl J ulate . show Be o real service to an influ-, broad-minded attitude ential person Then you make ( the resulfs big headway fast. ' want make progress toT^r^tur^ ^trLsrart raising leve of consciousness^ «» ^ have more harmo . nesessary if you want to in- ^ romantic relations with augurate a better set of condi- ^ d ' First bg sure to tions in the days ahead. Excel.- lent ideas occur to you. Follow your bills, handle business mat, ., ters wisely. This gives you LEO Uu 1^22 to Aue 21) sense of greater importance. LLO IJ u 1 j 22 to Aug 21) 22 t() g t 22) Instead of spouting off with oth-, y \ e more he]p£u !" ? m ° ll l n .?"L! h L n . l i Si!?. ^ P . i with associates if you want them silent - you will get along far better win everyone. Be pa- ^ D(ffl , t hesi « some ^ WQrk tent with one you love He, or « hers boost ,„ cho tc nnrfpr nrnccilrp nf cnmp l -"" 1 ' o' _ _ ... she. is under pressure of some tort or other. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) creases prestige. Forget tha comfortable chair tonight. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Being very sure you act in a for expressing artis most circumspect way socially i£ ea(a ,Jl c anri Hehmvin ° voll Mailing Morale Costs Money By TOM TIEDE Newspaper Enterprise Assn. FORT LEE, N.J.—(NBA)— Every evening Linda Galoardi, age 20, of this city, writes several pages of airmail letters to Pvt. John .Riley, age 22, at Ti Ann Viet Nam. Each letter costs her eight cents. Frequently she wraps up four or five pound packages — oatmeal cookies, small cakes, sour milk donuts — and sends them to her infantry-enlisted boy friend. They cost her "about $5" 8- piece. If she sends 365 such letters in the coming year and two such packages a month—which she insists she will—she will spend nearly 5150 on postage alone to mail morale to Pvt. Riley during his 12-month tour of the war. 'Gee," she observes, "it's ex- Merely 'Bpyological' V an ren uiiuniumiiillllllllliiiiliiiuillilllnlii DEAR ABBY: A girl telephoned and asked me if I would take her out on Saturday night to make her boy friend jealous. This girl is 18 and is very, very good looking. Long blond hair, terrific figure and the works! I had nothing better to do and thought it might be fun so I said yes. I am 21 years old, have a new car and am not exactly a creep. Well, Abby, I fell for this girl, knowing all along that she was only using me. Is there something the matter with me? FELL HARD DEAR FELL-.H by "fell" you mean you became physically attracted to her, there is nothing wrong with you. Yon were only following your "boyological" urge —more "boy" than logical.) You'll recover. DEAR ABBY: What do you i allies today will dispel any ideas that you are not being entirely loyal. Strive for more peaceful relations. Don't argue. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You are torn between doing tic talents and showing you love of beauty, nature, etc. Coworkers are willing to carry through with your ideas, provided you explain them well first. Go into detail. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 51) . , ... , , av^unriu IUL your work and getting out to • h -, , , , t i • -i i' • iuu V.QU na»c- " >v,ij' 6njOy3D16 new paces, looking into artis-, , garl ^ jf tic matters, etc. Schedu e yur d t ^ Qtes time and vou can do both sue- K cessfully. Be more cooperative with co - workers who admire you. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You are now able to carry through with appealing activities that are closest to your heart. Right invitations come your way. Accept with alacrity. Show that you are a very worth while person to know. SAGITTARIUS INOV. 22 to Dec 21) Making your home sur- roundmgs more charming and then enter taming persons you admire wil lead to some rather instead of feeling sorry for your self. Be devoted to close ties. Many favors come your way I thusiy. j SAGITTARIUS (N o v. 22 to ! Dec. 21) Entertaining at home j is easy today if you first get your heads together with close ties. Talk over ways and for impri Make this a most memorable security , also. evening. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 0) If you keep all appointments | on time, you find that your whole existence improves great,,,,,. T, , ...I lv, both phvsicallv and in busi- !^1 &„KL ?± ness. YoS have fine organiza- whatever artistic pieces are best anything that has become worn, etc. Be wise, choose well. tional ability. Use it to your best advantage. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. With counfless Americans now sending thousands of pounds of mail every day to soldiers in Southeast Asia (some 5,000 more tons are expected before Christmas )the total tab for statesid- ers is millions of dollars. Because of this cost, many families must keep mail to GI ed States is. now spending $2 billion a month toward increasing the machinery to wage the war, it can also afford some money toward increasing the morale to wage it. From time to time similar petitions have circulated throughout the country. Unfortunately for the campaigners, none has ever raised dust. So it has been with any conceived legislation on the subject. Rep. Dominick Daniels (D-N. J.), for example, placed a bill (HR 13071 Jbefore the House last February. His aides say, frankly, "It got nowhere fast." Daniels' proposal, which •would eliminate postal charges on first-class letters and parcels (five pounds or less) not- exceeding 60 inches in length and girth, "hasn't a chance this session," his office says. "We're not optimistic about next session, either." The trouble is, according to representatives of the House Post Office Committee, there has been no popular backing for such a law. "Tliis of minor legislation," says one House aide, "must have the support of many large groups. As of now it appears nobody cares one way or the relatives at a minimum. And a I other." few people—say the wife of a j Except Linda Galoardi, Pvt. E-2 earning $97.50 a month —cannot afford any packages whatsoever. Linda Galoardi thinks it's a shame. "So," she says, "some of my friends and I have gotten together a petition in northern New Jersey. It asks that some kind of legislation be passed in Washington to eliminate the postage on mail being sent to servicemen in the war. The signatures and enthusiasm generated have been encouraging." Signatures? "More than 2,000 of them so far." Enthusiasm? "Even the post office people are signing," she giggles. The petition argues that no CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan. «£ ^ "^ ^ » warfron " t soldier snould be kept " D " r " •">"—" " ..... "- " ) °« 3 ' B 201 Busy yourself putting ideas to work instead of deliberating increase abundance, property, any further. Kin give five suggestions that will be very helpful Be'.-ome active quickly and get much done in the minimum of time. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 191 Building up your funds is necessary if you want to assist o!h:rs. more, being the human-1 ""^ inadvertently permit others to is fine, since you then find the any ideas from an expert person in business. They will undoubtedly be of the practical kind. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Until early evening you can make fine progress along fa- PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) If you intently go after wviat you desire, you can get those groups ap- talents. Y/ow'em after 9 P.M. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will one of those fascinating young clever ideas working very nice-, h , . ,. f needs y. Show that you are most ac-1 ; i u , live. You can make much head-1 8 a better undel . sPta nding of way socially in the P.M. by at- ft , go ft t w ,, atever tendina the ri?ht functions. IP YOUR CHILD IS BORN he or she will be may be the forte in this chart carried out in finest and most TODAY ,,e ur ^ wui u,, ,, fashion The artist one o those clever young peo- fllUte , ,„ thjs chart as we] , pie W..M has tremendous ability ag , he bw » er and ^ yery 6Dr . and will find it easy to understand what can be expected in the future and what is best to do to make dreams come true. Give the type of education that most inspires your progeny, whose nature is a nice combination of the practical and the Imaginative. Spiritual training should not be neglected early. MONDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: Most everyone is highly sensitive to the feelings and moods of others and through such an awareness of what others desire ious scientist. Send to best college near you. Rich Man, Poor Man, Beggar Man. . . MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) James E. Becton, 48, told police Thursday someone had stolen his leg. Becton said he removed his artificial leg, hid it in an alley and went on crutches to Madison ar.d Center to sell pencils and chewing gum. When he returned to the alley, lie reported, the leg was gone. from maximum homefront mail because of economic reasons. It also implies that, since the Unit- I intend to keep harping," she says. How? "First thing I'll do is write to Lady Bird Johnson. I understand she personally reads most of the mail she gets, so perhaps this will catch her eye. She seems very understanding. I'm sure she'll do what she can." Then Linda expects to write!] for wider congressional help, | white for military assistance, ' write for aid from veterans' groups such as the VFW, and even write friends in other states, urging them to write their friends to write their friends to write Obviously, she admits, it'll take a lot of stamp licking. But then, Pvt. Riley's girl has | planned a large postal budget' this year, anyway. Prices Bring Mixed Blessings Thanksgiving: Duck Day NEW YORK (AP) - There will be mixed blessings in the food stores for Thanksgiving shoppers. Turkey and cranberry prices are slightly higher than a year ago, eggs took a big jump this week and many vegetables and fruits are higher. But bacon is down and so are oranges and grapefruit. A major supermarket chain in the New York area is selling small turkeys for 39 cents a pound, up 2 cents from last year. Large turkeys — 18 to 24 pounds — are 35 cents, also up 2 cents. There was a record turkey crop this year, but much of it already has been eaten and more of the rest is going into special items such as turkey roasts that cost more. Bacon, which sold as high as $1.29 a pound last winter, has fallen to almost half that. Pork chops are down 10 cents In the New York area. Pork and beef are down 2 cents a pound in San Francisco and Portland, Ore., reflecting larger supplies. Egg prices have risen with the holiday demand. They are up 4 to 6 cents a dozen in the New York area, 5 cents in Southern j California and 2 to 3 cents in the i Pacific Northwest. Florida is harvesting the first j of what is shaping up as a rec- j ord citrus crop. It will mean bargains in fresh oranges, grapefruit and tangerines this winter. But frozen asparagus and carrots and canned applecause, creamed corn and sauerkraut are headed higher. Supplies already are tight in some fruits and vegetables because of crop problems last summer. The Defense Supply Agency also has taken more from the civilian market. Thanksgiving Treat Taken SAIGON, South Viet Narn (AP) — A company of the U.S. 1st Infantry Division picked up some added fare for Thanksgiving Day when it captured a Viet Cong supply cache 11 miles east of Tay Ninh City today. In addition to half a ton of rice, the infantrymen seized 40 chickens and ducks and one pig. thinkof those mini skirts? WONDERING DEAR WONDERING: They're all right if the girl doesn't have magna legs. DEAR ABBY: What can be done about a mother who allows herself to be used by her daughter as an unpaid servant, and then turns around and complains to all her relatives? This woman happens to be my mother, and it is getting on my nerves. When my sister asks, her to sit with her children for an evening, afternoon, or for weeks at a time while she and her husband go off on vacations, "Good Old Mom" can't get there fast enough. Then she complains to all the relatives about how hard the kids are to handle, and how dirty Sis' house was before she dug in and cleaned it up. And worse yet, she says, "Never again!" But just let Sis ask her, and "Good Old Mom" is over there working like a horse. Any suggestions DISGUSTED DEAR DISGUSTED: Tell "Good Old Mom" that if she wants to sit, stand, or roll over for her daughter, it's all right with you. But you'd rather not hear any complaints about it. CONFIDENTIAL TO 'NOT UNDERSTOOD": From your letter I would suggest that you thank your lucky stars that your wife doesn't understand you. If she did, you'd he in more trouble than yon are now. Troubled? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped.self ad dressed envelope. — a( For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding," send $1.00 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. dump and bulldozed under Ins ,od. Republican central committee ifficials reported Thursday they had paid $1,050 to persons who gathered up the posters of both oarties. A nickel-per-poster jounty was offered by the committee. Bounty On Posters PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) About 21,000 political posters have been hauled to a Phoenix Wrong Hose PERTH, Australia (AP) — Laivie Spicer decided to move a sprinkler watering the front lawn on his farm 250 miles east of Perth. To save the trouble o£ turning off the sprinkler, he ran under it to grab the hose, bend it and stop the flow of water. Spicer grabbed and was about to bend the "hose" when it squirmed violently in his hands. The horrified Spicer found he had grabbed a deadly, 5-foot copperhead snake which apparently was cooling off under the sprinkler. He dropped the snake just as it struck and its fangs went into his boot. He killed the snaks with an iron bar. "Lucky for me I was not wearing sandals," said Spicer. Mizzen Topsail and Wale's Gulch are towns in the province of Newfoundland, Canada. 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