The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 13, 1967 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 13, 1967
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Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier News — Monday, February 13, 1967 >- Page Thires Astrological Forecast By Ouroll Righter Iredtut*. int.1 determine soot forecast. nou h opposite date* whlik jour birtU diu. TUESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: You have a chance this Valentine's Day to make a good impression on one who has all kinds of power and influence in conservative directions and in outlets that are a natural part of your life, but avoid taking chances or putting too much reliance in a foreigner. Charm ethers with some present they'd like. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) You can make progress now by teaming up with one who is powerful and can open up newj avenues of success to you. Gain your aims but don't jeopardize present security. Keep your feet on the ground at all times. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Don't feel resentment toward one who has much control over you, but carry through with whatever is expected of you, willingly. Later all works out just fine. Buy some thoughtful gift for one you love in P.M. Increase happiness. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) you have many charming friends who can be relied upon for backing or receation, but steer clear of one who is out to take you for pretty much whatever you're worth. Be out socially. Be a more popular person. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Avoid whatever can bring you trouble and distress and follow ideas given you by a bigwig. Your own judgment is not what it should be today, so take no chances. Trust to more seasoned person in your line of endeavor. LEO (July 22 to, Aug. 21) You are torn between getting into new outlets and carrying through with old ones. Schedule your time properly and you can do some of both. Evening will then give you time to study brochures, etc. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Much as you are tempted to go out for fun when you should be handling some responsibility, you had better get that done first. Plan your time intelligently. During evening there is plenty of time for worthwhile fun. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Avoid ttiat bigwig you want to do you big favors since he, or she, is in a rather cantankerous mood right now Be more cooperative with struggling associates. Make friends with those who have been opposing you. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Anything that requires real en- thusiam is fine right now, but don't travel to far-off places that are alien to you. Find some new source for research. You are able to garner the information you need more readily. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Stop being so impersonal and be more amenable to the suggestions of loved one. Have more happiness by a more friendly attitude toward everyone. Be less extravagent where recreation is concerned. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Listen to clever ideas of kin since these can help you Pull Up a Snake and Sit Down Make yourself comfortable on the sheep there, friend, while I look through the rhinoceros for those papers. May my radio-con trolled turtle bring you a drink? And while you're waiting, maybe you'd like to use the horsefly—first door to your left down the hall. Such might be the conversation in a home equipped with furniture by Parisian designer Francois-Xavier Lalanne, who utilizes animal figures in a sort of barnyard-jungle decor. AMONG THE ITEMS in the Lalanne collection are the sheep, upper left, usable as separate stools or a sofa when bunched, together, and the huge rhinoceros desk at upper right. A flap in the rhino's middle opens up for the desk top and ears and cheeks include various storage areas. A coiled boa constrictor, comprises a chair, and the final objet d'art is the giant horsefly, lower right, doubling as a toilet stooL tremendously. Don't listen to what an associate, who is jealous, has to say. Find a better method for getting rid of whatever is of little value to you. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 toFeb. 19) Use your own good judgment instead of depending so much on some associate who is altogether too forceful, even emotional. Handle fiiat letter writing very nicely. Don't procrastinate any longer. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Some business expert could be just the person you need to give you advice to handle problems wisely before you dash out for pleasure. You are basically a perfectionist. Make this the rule today. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be one of those interesting people who will have a blunt and honest manner and will be adept at solving problems of all kinds through own brain power. Send to a college where New Era methods are taught, since this is the key to success here. Teach early to be very practical in all ways, since there is a tendency to become quite emotional at the drop of a bat, the merest unkind word. NEWS BRIEFS LOS ANGELES (AP) - The noise at night of nine raccoons in her attic was so great that Mrs. Sarajo Lord moved from her bedroom to the front room That was almost a year ago. Now Mrs. Lord has asked the Los Angeles Animal Regulation Department for help in getting rid of the racoons. "You bag 'em and we'll come and get "em," she said the city answered her plight. Mrs. Lord said she'll apparently have to put up with the noise. BOISE, Idaho (AP) —The Idaho Senate is considering a bill adding buffalo to the list of animals subject to meat inspection laws. Sen. Joseph R. Garry, a full- blooded Coeur D'Alene Indian, said buffalo meat is being featured by some food chains. LEXINGTON, Mass. (AP) — When dry cleaner Agnes Bongiorno began offering free dry cleaning for American flags 25 years ago. she didn't quite expect anything the size of a flag in local development programs, brought in recently by 60 Boy Scouts. It weighs 55 pounds and measures 20 by 30 feet. "We were absolutely thrilled," Miss Bongiorno said in confirming that the cleaning would be done without charge. QUICK QUIZ Q _ \vhy is Aug. 19 observed as National Aviation Day? A — It is the birthday of Orville Wright often called "the Father, of Aviation" and Na- ional Aviation Day is observed each year on this date as a tribute to him. Q _ what are the primary wing feathers of a bird? . .A — The flight feathers which grow on the hand of a bird. In most species there are about 10 primary feathers. Q _ why was Samuel Houston removed frorn the governorship of Texas? A — In 1861 Texas Confederates voted for se c e s s i o n. Houston refused to take Texas out of the Union and was removed from the governorship. Q — Who wrote under the psedonym of "Captain Clutterbuck?" A — Sir Walter Scott. AUTO KNOCKS OUT ELECTRIC SERVICE. Who cares? TORNADiC WINDS SERVICE OUTAGE FELL POWER LIES. CAUSED BY ICE. Who cares? Who cares? We care. When your electricity is cut off for any reason, we put all our forcv to work to get service back fe you at quickly at possible—good weather or bad Outages rarely occur, but when natural disasters do interrupt service, you can rely on Reddy to be back on the job in the shortest possible length of time. Why? Because ws care. Ark-Mo Power Co. Both Hays Super Markets in Blyfheville Open 8 A.M. Until Midnight Every Day - Monday Thru Saturday Bush No. 300 (3 limit) WHITE HOMINY 5c 26 oz. Box RUNG SALT • 2 Limit Golden Ripe 99% fat free, skimmed, 14J/2 Of. 9c 9c Lb. Cello Bag Great Northern Heinz Jr. 2 for 25c, Strained 4'/ 2 Oz. 10U BABY FOOD 3^200 16 Oz. Ctn. 39c LETTUCE 2 P , t 25(i DOUBLE COLA '£• 330 Kraft, 8 Oz. FRENCH DRESSINGS uiiR SPRAY «* •hln Pel. U. Can BAIH SPRAT 93p Alladen's, Pint THERMOS BTL.. 990 10 Lb. Kraft Bag DOG FOOD All Flavors GB! 2Pkg ,50 College Inn, 13'/ 2 Oz. CH1GKEN BROTH 100 Hunts, No. 300 AAAA Jl flOrf TOMATOES 6 F .,$1 COCOA * Dan* QiVo 99 n^ Reelfoot, 8 Lb. uidni oize, a uz. •&«••&• • • •»& * MA LIQUID DOVE 390 PURE LARD 1.09 Campbell's Asst. Colors, 8 Oz. VISITABLE SOUP 120 WATER GLASSES 100 Reclfoot's Houser Valley Sliced Lb. 49 c Fresh Lean GROUND BEEF 3 k 99c With This Coupon And §3 Purchase Farm Fresh FRYER BREASTS 370 Farm Fresh LEGS & THIGHS u 370 Farm Fresh FRYER LIVERS , 690 Farm Fresh SPLIT BROILERS, 29p Hays Choice Heavy Calves BONELESS RUMP Lb 790 Hays Choice Heavy Calves T BONE - SIRLOIN 890 Hays Choice Heavy Calves CLUB STEAK , 69? Hays Choice Heavy Calves BEEF RIB STEIIL. 490 Fresh Pork Sliced TENDERLOIN Lb. 980 Tender Cubed MINUTE STEAKS,,, 990 Lean Boneless STEWING BEEF L b . 790 Fresh GROUND CHUCK IB. 690 Lean Tender CHUCK STEAK „.590 Veribest, 2-Lb. Box CHEESESPREAD §90 Home Maid, 8 Oz. Cans BISCUITS... 3 F o r 250 Quarter, SIcied PORK LOIN ....Lb.490 Center Cut PORK CHOPS u 690 Center Sliced PORK STEAKS 49c Sliced, Smoked PICNICS u,. 370 Rogers Everfresh Grade ASmall EGGS ... 3 DO, 990 New Store Hours: Open Monday fO thru Saturday, W/Ta 8a.m. til Midnita We Reserve The Right To Limit Prices Good thru Wednesday None Sold For Resale 2 Convenient Locations 200 East Main St. 421 South 21st St

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