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Wylh'evule '(Ark.) Courier News - Saturday, November M, 196S Page Three TEXAN IN THE WHITE HOUSE (6) The "Great Society" was launched by a smashing Democratic victory at the polls in 1964. The liberal-dominated 89th Congress rapidly translated promise into fact, beginning with a package of 88 antipoverty proposals. Already, however, there were signs that the real record of the Johnson Administration would he decided not in the domestic but in the international arena. In August 1964, U.S. planes had attacked North Vietnamese patrol boat bases. In April 1965, the President dispatched troops to the Dominican Republic to forestall a Castro-type revolution. Throughout 1965 and 1966, the escalating war in Viet Nam cast a lengthening shadow over Washington. Rising prices and racial strife further tarnished the Johnson image. In October, he made his first trip abroad as President. But a successful Asian tour, culminating in the Manila Conference, resulted neither in hopes for an early end to the war nor a boost to Democratic candidates in the off-year •elections. by Don. Oakley and John Lane Preparing for minor threat and abdominal surgery, the President faced the prospect of o 90th Congress far less tractable than its predecessor. Most of the problems vexing the Great Society remained unsolved. Lyndon B. Johnson had determined to become a great President, yet the verdict of history wot still uncertain. Astrological * Forecast * By CARROLL RIGHTER ffo determine your forecast, note paragraph opposite dates which Ukclud* your birth date. SUNDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: A fine day and evening to attend the services of your choice PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Although it has been rather difficult in the past, you now can immediately make improvements at home, ameliorate con- to be renewed in spirit about jdilions, etc. Forget the petty tiie lofty principles and precepts you most want to follow. After, you are able to get off and call on persons you like, make , new contacts or put your points across with newcomers who can aid you in gaining aims. ' ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Being certain to attend services of your choice is vital before you start out on that journey today. You are thinking very clearly and can gain much from Show that by being consistent such a trip. Garner information intelligently. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You can have greater abun- . dance now if you follow through with big ideas instead of wacm with big ideas instead of wasting lime with penny matters. Plan now how to invest your money. Know just what you are going to do in the morning. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) If you plan early what you wish to accomplish in personal matters, you can then go ahead in a positive and successful way. Dress in good style. Then you , make just Hie right impression Start a whole new uptrend in whatever is constructive, comfortable. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will be 2w Use Discretion in Telling •/ V & cut Van ,,1111111111,! one of those young persons who could sell snowballs to the Eskimos, so be sure to slant the education along such lines. Ear iy you will find him, or her, doing some very interesting an gling just to put ideas across. much can be accomplished. Send to a good commercial school and the success here can be truly phenomenal. Stress the common merchandise. MONDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: Much restlessness and an urge on the part of most everyone to make some mistakes or errors this Full Moon can cause a considerable amount of tension and strain, so be careful you accept delays and odd conditions in such manner that you do not get all riled up and make great- on others. |er mistakes. The use of poise MOON CHILDREN (June 221 and tact is a must, to Juoy 21) Some meditationj ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) will reveal how to live a more ideal, happy life and gain most important aims. Contact It is important you drive or walk carefully. Avoid arguments with others, especially higher-ups who are more thanUhose upon whom you depend glad to assist you. Be specific,(Find better system to get re- don't hedge around. ports corrected, properly filled LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Fine | out. Maintain present security. day for contacting really loyal friends for either fun or conversation leading to greater things in the days ahead. Getling out socially is the key (hat opens many doors. Be your most charming self. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Better go over those plans to make a big investment or you could get into very, very hot water later on. Think along lines of economy instead. Await a better time and place to put VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) : your money. Concentrate on some idea that GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) you can use on the morrow to. Find some outlet that will get the assistance of a bigwig.;soothe your nerves for awhile Taking time to show you are and then you can get back to a charitable person now gains!work with a vim, plan the fu- you new friends, prestige. Be ! lure more senisbly. Don't think generous. Give and ye shall re-1 you aren't gelling ahead. Study ! shows you quite the opposite. ceive. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct 22) J MOON CHILDREN (June 22 An ideal day to sit down with to July 21) You have personal that person whose mind and affairs to handle that require vast experiences you admire you do not procrastinate any and gain much wisdom, beauty longer in so doing. Be patient from the association. Don't fear when some expert gives you ad(o ask questions. Get facts vice. He, or she. may go into DEAR ABBY: A woman I know stood right there and told me that she was happily married and she and her husband told each other EVERYTHING. Well, I've been married as long as she has, and I consider myself happily mar ried, too, but I'm the first to admit that I don't tell my husband everything, and I'm pretty sure he doesn't tell me ev- everything either. I didn't wanl to start an argument with her, so I just keep still. But I want to know if you Ihink, in order lo have a happy marriage, a man and his wife must lell each other EVERYTHING? VOTES NO DEAR VOTES NO: I also vote no. But don't jump to .. the conclusion that I am all for mutual distrust in marriage. Neither am I sugest- ing that a man and his wife should LIE to each other. I merely say that every mariage should have its proper restraints and privacies. There are certain things one should keep to himself, if only out of kindness and consideration for his mate. A wife should be on her husband's team — and he on hers. There must be confidence, trust, and loyalty, and to blurt out very thought or put into words every emotion can create hurt and needless complications DEAR ABBY: Someone told inc.) i tilillllllllUUlllIlUlUMiUlliUllltllilUllll <uren UUUilllljJllllllliUlUilJlJIlllliUllllll'-lLI. me that girls who wearglas- es iook more intelligent than girls who don't wear glasses. Do you think this is true? CURIOUS DEAR CURIOUS: Posi- bly. But it's only an optical illusion. DEAR ABBY: This may sound trivial to you, but it has caused quite a few arguments at our house. I have been raised to clean up after myself, and my husband dhasn't. His mother did everything for him, including washing his hair. The big fight is over his leaving the bathtub dirty for me to clean Abby, I find this revolting but if he refuses to do it then I have to, which is the way it's been lately. I did agree to washout the tub after him until we heard from you. He said he would go by your decision. He says if I loved him, I'd do it. I say if he loved ME, he wouldn't ask me to. Who is right? ACHING BACK DEAR A C H N G: The word from here is that every man woman nd child able to bathe without assas- tance should clean out tbe tub after himself. CONFIDENTIAL T 0 "THE SCHLEMEIL" IN COUNCIL BLUFFS: You sould like the man who started on a shoestring the year they came out with lo- WILSON NEWS MRS. W. A. HOGAN. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scott ofikansas Chapter of the National Orlando, Fla., arrived Saturday for the week with their daughter, Mrs. Fred Denton, and Mr. Association o f Postmasters. Mrs. Rankin is vice-president of this chapter. Denton. His parents, Mr. a n d j Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lindsay Mrs. Bill Denton of Hot Springs I spe nt Sunday in Newport. Betsy will join them for the Thanks- |Gwyn accompanied them. giving holidays. Terry Mitchell of Memphis straight in your mind. some very lengthy .detail. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Pals Dr. and Mrs. J. D- Rankin was the house guest of Mr. and of Hamburg and Mr. and Mrs. j Mrs. J. R. Cullom Jr. over the Bill Rankin of Huntsville, Ala., I weekend, tvill spend the Thanksgiving hol-l Among those from Wilson at- idays with their parents, Mr. j tending the Junior Auxiliary id Mrs. J. D. Rankin. | dance in 0 s c e ole Saturday Mrs. J. D. Rankin was in' night were Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Hot Springs last Thursday and! Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Friday for a seminar and an! B - Gwyn, Mr. and Mrs. Jer- Executive meeting of the Ar-jry Hays, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bowles and Mr. and Mrs. John Ellis. Dec. 21) Forget minor anxie- find out The South Mississippi County •21) Anything that perplexes you may be having difficult sledding I vhat is expected of you by can be uncovered quite easily so be sure you do not add to ! par t ners DQ your utmost to Bnd Se Club met in the home of - ' today, since your intuitive fa- their woes by some critical ' p !ease mem Certain moot culties are working very ac- word, thoughtless action. Avoid *J OJnts S | 10U ]'^ be W0 rked outi curately. Cement better rela- (he social. This is apt to be (ions with allies. Get together very disappointing and just a I waste of lime. to 1 VIRGO (Aug. 22 lo Sept 28) socially on this free day. SAGITTAUIUS (Nov. 22 Dec. 21) Stop procrastinating Avoid taking risks where one about joining associates in some upon whom you depend is con- social fun loday. Accept their cerned or you can lose present invitation wife alacrity. New security very easily. Handle week can be planned very matters of credit nicely. Show cleverly in the evening. Better that you can be scrupulous and understanding, much fun, is pain-staking. possible. LIBRA (Sept. 23 lo Oct. 22) CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. You need to study more, be 20) Concentrate on how to bring• more accurate if you want to more joy into the lives of oth-,get that new set-up working ers around you also your friends!more efficiently, profitably. relatives. Smile more and cheer them up first. Do something very thoughtful or all. Show your true nature. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) This can be a particularly happy day and night or you, provided you show affection to others, are thoughtful of their Don't work without care. A new contact gives ideas but they Mrs ' R - Hl Nelson Friday af- i' ernoon - ^H members were amicably first. Then you are P r f ent full of vim and vigour. A " arrangement of wine col- rAPBirnnv m.n •>•> »„ T an ; ored ma g nolla leaves centered CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. d • $ w A n\ FlnM 1 * *IMJ In. lirrna tiMtVl OP ° «••«• 20) Don't try to argue with associates — try to quietly find out what is the mailer, see if you are doing all that is expected of you. Plan your work early. Utilize all that energy in a constructive way. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Although you want to get off for some entertainment, don't be forceful with 'others or there is serious repercussion. Later get into studies that your work operate more Thanksgiving theme was carried out in other decorations and in bridge tallies. Preceding games a seafood salad plate was served. Brownies and coffee were served later in the afternoon. fn games Mrs. F. S. Reese was high scorer, Mrs. J. Cullom Jr. second and Mrs. John Crain Jr. won bridgo. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Ballon were hosts to Iheir bridge club are not worth a ding-aling. efficiently. Business deals need (Friday nighl. Upon arrival SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) more thought. Why give into that childish feel- PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) ing to dash off to frivolous fun and forget important obligations? You will only lose out badly. More attention to loved needs. Plan early for comnan-1 one is necessary in the evc- ionate amusements. Be gener-jning, also. pus and kind, lots of (un. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Remain calm, cool and collected despite any annoyances that that may come up, or anxieties that you may have. Get those luxii'ics you can afford that will make those at home happy as well. Be tatisied. guests were seated at the dining room table for a dessert of pie and coffee. All members were present. Later in the evening toasted pumpkin seed and Chinese candies were served. In games Mrs. T. J, McAfee Jr. and John Crain Jr. were high icorers. afers. Try something a little less risky next time. Troubled? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90069. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self - addressed envelope. For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding," send $1.00 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. HOLLAND NEWS By Mi*. Jo* Lester Mrs. Monita Duvall and Mrs. Jim Farmer and children of Wauchula, Fla., are here visiting in the home of their daughter and sister's family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johns of Steele. They came to be with their father and grandfather, J. N. Haynes, who is ill at the Hayti hospital. His son and daughters from St. Louis have also been here. Olan Emmery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Emmery arrived home Nov. 17 to spend 30 days leave with his parents after serving for the past several months in Viet Nam. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Stivers and g r a n d s o n of Pasadena, Calif., visited with his cousin and wife, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Stivers, Thursday. Mrs. Orville Pinkston of Memphis is recuperating at her home after undergoing major surgery at the Baptist Hospital. She formerly lived here. Mrs. Edd Hampton Jr. of Memphis spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Little. She visited with Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Stivers Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Channel! Sr. spent the weekend in Clarksville, Ark., with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Pruitt. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Channel! Jr. of West Memphis spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Willard Ray of Hayti. They visited with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Channell Sr. Sunday afternoon before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Ueorge Hicks, Mrs. Mary Lee Neal and son Charles went to Mayfield, Ky., last week to visit an aunt and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Berry. Rev. and MM. Don McBride daughter Paragould, Ark., were visitors at prayer meeting Wednesday night at the Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Gervis Capps and daughter, Maria, have moved to their new home in Steele which has just been completed. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Jones and daughter Louise of Doniphan, Mo., were dinner guests Wednesday of their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jenkins. Mrs. Beulah Samford entered the Hayti hospital Monday afternoon. Mrs. Clara Weaver and Mrs. Joe Webb of Steele and Mrs. Joe B. Holly Jr. and Joe Byron Mrs. Jessie Archer Jr. has recently been here to visit her parents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Odus Channel!. She also visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Channel! and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zahner. W. 0. C. Jessie joined his wise at his parent's home, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Archer Sr. 'in California. Louis Zahnar returned to his home in Steele Wednesday after being a patient at Doctor's Hospital in Blytheville for several weeks. The state capitol at Austin, Tex., is the largest in tha United states. 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