The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 11, 1967 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 11, 1967
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Blythcvllle (Ark.) Courier News - Saturday, March 11, 19«7 •- Pag* Thre« Astrological * Forecast * _ By CARROLL RIGHIER ffo determine your totecm, nut« E iragrapb opposite dates wblcb elude tour blrtb datt. SUNDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: Strange and surprising new ideas and plans come into your consciousness now, but it is no time to get off the beaten track. Instead, look into fresh approaches by which you can renew your mind in right thinking and living. Show respect for others. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Y»u have many practical ideas but they need to be worked out more thoroughly if they are to be successful for both you and associates. You can become more magnetic by ixeroise. Become more charming, be happy- TAURUS (Apt. 80 to May 20) Think seriously before you carry through with ideas that include good friends or you meet with limitations that are difficult to overcome. Being sociable is fine, but don't take on responsibilities you cannot meet later on. Be firm. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You have a different attitude re gaining the favor of others, and this is good. Get approval c! close tie first. The public in general will believe in you more readily. Your profits can Increase appreciably. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You are enthusiastic about putting a new plan into operation but it requires more financial support from higher- ups. Many fine opportunities present themselves. Then you can advance in a very sure way. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You are very perceptive about how to advance more quickly in your own line of endeavor, but you have to get your credit improved without further ado. Make better contacts. Use cau- tion and deliberation where necessary. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Improving system by which to get your bills paid more speedily is good on this free day. Concentrate awhile and get spiritual enlightment. One you love is feeling very dejected — cheer him, or her, up intelligently. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You need to confer with partners who are pretty much pioneers, but must also complete duties you have promised to perform. You comprehend how to make a better impression on others. Conscientiousness does it. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Any matters of mutual benefit with others can be handled with real intelligence and very efficiently so that you become more successful. Doing something kind for those close to you is wise. Earn devotion. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Some entertaining of others is required if you want to increase success and happiness in the future. Put that particular talent to work. This may require real labor but Is iafin- itely worth it. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Have a more alert attitude toward the wishes and desires of kin and you start a whole new uptrend in all of your affairs. Be glad to get rid af anything that impedes your progress. Show tact. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Sit down and think over how you can make your daily duties operate more efficiently and how to delight allies more in the future. Handle correspondence wisely. Life can be far more enjoyable. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Put through thost ideas for adding to your abundance by contacting the right persons on the telephone, or visiting today. Fine time for getting data you need. Don't fritter time away en frivolities. MONDAY A day and evening to look for new interests and pleasure or whatever has to do with the business end of entertainments and amusments so that you can cash in on whatever income or revenue you can gain from them. Be sure to get together with the one who means the most to you and enjoy such companionship. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) You are very magnetic today and can accomplish a great deal provided you use your finest skills properly. You know what should be done in a social way. Get into the right groups and make headway. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Those who are vital to your well being need to have proof o£ your devotion, so do something thoughtful, buy gifts, etc. quietly. Be sure to make abode more charming by adding bric- a-brac, cleaning, polishing. Be more proud of your home. GEMINI (ay 21 to June 21) There are certain friends who can help you to advance and you should contact them early, plan to meet socially in P.M. Get put to see others to whom you owe a visit, as well. Have a cheery, kind manner MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Contacting certain officials can now help you to put all of your affairs on a more stable basis, give you the backing you need. Become better known with the public in general. Improve good will. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) There are fascinating new ways fay which you can delight others become more popular, happy. A newcomer can do you an important favor at this time. Show gratitude and form a fine, friendly alliance. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Regular work that now seems boring can be tackled a little differently and made interesting again. Be devoted to the person you love the most. Show that your heart la In the right jlace, the you msy be pretty susy at times. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Be comforting with an associate who is quite irate about something and you get excellent sug- Sections, benefits in return, Show courtesy to others as well. Remember that actions also speak louder than words. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) There are so many tasks awaiting you that you should not waste any time but get them behind you with enthusiasm. Don't jump into new interest just yet. Plan them well with co-workers first. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Ideal day to enjoy those invitations that are extended to you as well as show gratitude and devotion. Be sure to assist a youngster who comes to you with plaints. Be understanding, not harsh. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Buying thoughtful gifts for kin and showing your devotion in other ways is a fine thing to do right now. By delving into some new project, you can add much to present abundance. Be clever, practical. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You have wonderful ideas to make a fine impression on those around you who are vital to your present operations. Be very communicative with those who understand you. Get ahead much faster. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Monetary matters are uppermost in your mind and this is fine, since you need to increase income at practical interests. Contact expert who understands your wants. Follow through on ideas given. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY . . .he, or she, will be one of those fine persons who will show a distinct temper at seeing injustice done; so be sure to early teach not to jump in quickly until all factors have been well examined, otherwis he, or she, could really get hurt. Ideal chart for the pioneer, the judge, the attorney, whether male or female. Give sports early and send to church regularly. Read Courier News Classified llllll[|!lllllillllllll[!lllllll][||ll|]illl!i[llllll|[l!!lllll!lllll!!llllll«™ JUe ar Review and Relocate il Van & <uren iyn<Uc»t« IMJ DEAR ABBY: I am 29 and was emloyed for Tour years by a man in his late 40s. I admit I was attracted to him from the start, but assumed he was a happily married family man and let it go at that. About two years ago I worked late one night and he drove me home. He confided that his was a miserable "in name only" marriage, and that is when our romance began. He talked of divorcing his wife and marrying me, but I asked him to wait until his children were grown. The next thing I knew, his divorce was underway. I was tormented with guilt, went to my priest and confessed my sin. He advised me to quit my job and never see this man again. It wasn't easy, but with God's help I did it. Within three months I knew I was better off without him. My problem is, this man keeps calling me, telling me he gave up everything for me and begging me to see him. I feel so guilty. I still love him, but I could never be happy with him, knowing I took him away from his family. What should I do? GUILTY DEAR GUILTYi Review the advice your priest gave yon and continue to heed it. The temptation to see him would be greatly reduced if you were to relocate, leaving no forwarding address. I recommend it. DEAR ABBY: What can a woman do with a husband who calls every place she applies for employment and tells them he doesn't want his wife working? I am practically climbing the walls. WANTS TO WORK DEAR WANTS: If a man doesn't want his Wife to work, that's his business, EVERYTHING'S O.K. ON MY INCOME TAX I TOOK IT TO KOCXI W« « Ik «or . . . octural* fl ImMfrliM, gMnMMd... COMPLETE J and H cHdrt tat» «• TEN RETURNS 1| MINUTES! S«wi myMH Ml Why Mt <fo KMT <•* Hit I dM . . . TAKE IT10 HOCK TODAY! - •BAMKTKS - _ W. ginrmtM Mural* pnpMtm •' •"•T M > rlturn - " MU ««r •"•» «»t wit i»» « nlll •«» It* •»««lty « toUmt. AmMfcrt UiflMt T«t SwviM wWi OMT 1800 Qffe*. 117 SOUTH SECOND ST. kdays 9 to 9; Sat. ft Sun. 9 to 5, Ph, PO S-64SS NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY ^ m but they should fight H out privately at home — not in the public arena. Your husband's childish tactics are undoubtedly both confusing and amusing to third parties — to the credit of neither of you. Somebody should tell him to quit humiliating you and making a fool of himself. DEAR ABBY: In planning my wedding, I agreed to have my fiance's 6-year-old niece for my flower girl. But that was before I met her. (She's my fiance's sister's child, and they live out of state.) Abby, this little girl has taken drama, ballet, tap and toe since she was three, and she thinks she is the world's most talented entertainer. It's not her fault. Her family encourages her. I've never seen a more conceited, affected, obnoxious child. She is just waiting for the chance to use my wedding as a stage for her performance. Tell me how I can change my mind about naving her as flower girl without getting his whole family mad at me. After all, a bride has the right to be the star of her own wedding. WEDDING TROUBLES DEAR TROUBLES: Your only solution, as I see it, is to decide on a "simpler" wedding — eliminating some of the frills and fanfare — including a flower girl. That way you would be the stellar attraction. You will probably get some static from bis family, but if the circumstances are as you describe them, It's the lesser of the evils. CONFIDENTIAL TO "TELL ME HONESTLY," IN BRATTLEBORO: A man who has had "pby- chiatric treatment" could be a better risk for marriage than one who hasn't. How has the world been treating you? Unload your problems on Dear Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069 For a personal, unpublished reply, enclose a self - addressed, stamped envelope. For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding," send $1.00 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. REVIVAL Baptist Church 918 E. MAIN March 13-19 . , Services 7:30 PM Rev. Walter Ayers TO FEATURE EVANGELIST - ATHLETE REV. WALTER AYERS Staff Evangelist at First Baptist Church, Littl* Rock & Chaplain af the Razorbacki Public Is Cordially Invited Nursery Will B» AvalfaMt /»./ g A i caLife +Jn ^Stm By HARRY KING Associated Press Writer Retailers in Harrison took a leating during the recent milk >rice war. Milk dropped to nine cents a half gallon and the half pint sizes were being given away. The wife of the manager of me of the retail stores called ler husband and asked him to >ring some milk home. He told her he couldn't afford to bring any home. The woman wound up sending ier daughter to a neighborhood grocery which had not been af- 'ected by the price war. Federal Judge Oren Harris was president over a civil suit recently when he was informed one of the defendants to the suit could not attend the trail because he was- on six months ac- ive duty at Fort Polk, La. According to the Texarkana Daily News, the situation was explained to Judge Harris like his: The defendant is now taking >asic training at Polk, and as soon as that is finished he will te transferred to a base in Missouri for additional training. Judge Harris reportedly couldn't quite believe his ears when he heard the service was going to keep the man for only six months after training him in several different fields. His comment: "No wonder Mr. McNamara is having so much trouble." It is reported that the University of Texas Longhorn golf coach yells, "Don't hook 'em Horns!" Northwest Arkansas Times' j writer Alan Gilbert Jr. wrote a column recently concerning a book to be published soon: "The Charlie Ration Cookbook . ,. or, No Food Is To Good For The Man Up Front." The author of the book, Christopher Blake, uses C-Ration cans and the plastic spoon included in the C-Ration pack as standard measuring devices. According to Gilbert some of the sample dishes are listed under such fetching labels as: Fox Hole Dinner for Two, Breast of Chicken Under Bullets. Tin Can Casserole. Combat Zone Burgoo. Cease Fire Casserole. Hal Boyle Important papers were carried in the crown of his stovepipe hat by President Abraham Lincoln. Meet Beautiful heroine of our new jet-paced comic page attraction. Follow globe-trotting ROBIN MALONE through every exciting adventure set. against exotic backgrounds. (Starts March 20 in the Courier News) TONIGHT ON GILLIGAM'S ISLAND (Color) ....,-6:00 JACKIE CLEASON ..6:30 Jachia features a special salute to country and western music as he welcomes Roy Acuff, Roy Clark, Buck Owens, end Homer and Jethro. (Color) MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE (Color) .....7:30 The Mission Impossible team, is assigned to prevent a scheming ruler from invading an oil-rich neighbor. PISTOLS f n'PETTICOATS (Color) 8:30 SUNSMOKE 9:00 A passenger saves Kitty's life during an Indian attack on a xtagecoach, and she feels obligated to return the favor when he seeks her aid in Dodge City. (Color) 10 O'CLOCK NEWS & WEATHER (Color) Million Dollar Playhouse 10:15 Run Silent, Run Deep Glaifc Gable Burt Lancaster By CHARLES-GENE MCDANIEL CHICAGO (AP) - With snow OP the ground and thermometer readings in the teens, not many folk hereabouts are thinking about tomato plants. In fact, -not many people in this asphalted prairie ever think about them. For all they know, tomatoes grow in those plastic packages in which they're sold at the store. But I'm thinking about tomato plants and searching the seed catalogs for just the right ones to go on my back porch. Those luscious-looking Ponderosas and Red Globes don't really tempt me, nor do the cherry and nlum tomatoes — which in myArkan- I mattoes — which in my Arkanas childhood were called Tommytoes." As a matter of fact, I don't eally care what kind of fruit is upposed to come off the vine. I care about is how many lossoms the plant will produce, fep Blossoms. On the basis of my experience ast year as an apartment- welling gardener I've decided hat I'm an expert at growing omato blossoms. I'm planning o capitalize on it this year. K my plan succeeds, tomato lossom corsages are going to e all the go next summer mong the really "in" set of igh fashion. I envision little unches of yellow blossoms and IB dull green foliage of the tomato plant tied with ribbon to o with madam's costume. This plan was born of last ear's failure. What I had in nind then was red, ripe, juicy omatoes. What I got was little 'ellow blossoms — lots of them. Remembrances of my agrari- n youth welled up one fine pring day as I rode my bicycle hrough the neighboring shopping center where a civic group was having a plant sale. I stopped and bought some petunia plants — red ones and purple ones. About to leave, noticed some flats of tomato slants — visions of tasty red ;omatoes danced through my lead. Approaching a man selling )lants, I asked if he thought to- natoes would grow in pots on my back porch. "Sure, if you've got plenty of un," he replied. In fact, said he, he grew tomatoes in pots on his own back porch. I bought two plants. One was supposed to ba slicing tomatoes and the other cherry tomatoes, though nobody knew which. All summer long they promised more than they delivered. Carefully I watered them with a teakettle, plowed them with a kitshcn fork, nourished them with the little green pills I feed my house plants and staked them to bamboo poles. The plants grew taller and taller and blossomed profusely. But nary a green tomato appeared, and therefore nary a red one. As the summer wore.on and the foliage started to fade, so dd my pucker. And by the time frost did in the plants for good, I had long since come to know that I'd have to rely. o,n those ersatz tasteless red tomatoes in plastic packages like many another city dweller. The petunias were lovely, thank you. Koreans to Get M-16 Rifles WASHINGTON (AP) - Officials say South Korean forces fighting in Vietnam will receive a shipment of U.S. M16 lightweight rifles next month rather than in May or June as originally scheduled. The officials said the speedup was caused by the furor over he disclosure that 20,300 AR15 rifles — the civilian model of he rapid fire M16 — were sold directly to the Singapore government by the Colt Arms Manufacturing Co. Thomas Jefferson was a scientific farmer, famous for his experimentation with soils, fertilizers, seeds, etc. UNIFORMS Nurses - Receptionist Waitresses Beauticians Westbrook's Fashions Main at Broadway Blytheville, Ark. SUNDAY ON LASSIE (Color) .6:00 IT'S ABOUT TIME .6:30 The astronauts' Stone Age guests are ordered out of their apartment building. (Color) ED SULLIVAN SHOW 7:00 Song stylist Nancy Ames and the comedy team of Jerry Stiller and Anne Meaia are numbered among Ed's guests. (Color) THE SMOTHERS BROTHERS COMEDY HOUR (Color) .......8:00 Comedienne Carol Burnett and the Baja.Marimba Band visit Tom and Dick Smothers for another relaxing hour of comedy and musical variety. CANDID CAMERA (Color)—.......9:00 WHAT'S MY LINE? (Color) —9:30 CBS SUNDAY NEWS (Color) 10:00 THE LATrMOVIE f . I0:l& IN COLOR! FIRST TV SHOWING! A Kiss Before Dying Robert Wagner Joanne Woodward

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