The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 13, 1967 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 13, 1967
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(Ark.) Courier News - Monday, March 13, 1987 - Page Thru Astrological Forecast By Qjrroll Right* I^BMMMMV^MMM i IrMlttM, In.) f* detenn&it yot» foKcut, note •wwaph oppoiita utw wbkt Matt i«ui blru ill*. TUESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: V fine day and evening for get- ing right into the specific de- ails of any plan or arrange- nent that was decided upon he past two days and for work- ng out a new budget that can IB more satisfactory to your iwn particular needs in the lays ahead. Think of every- hing from whatever practical ispect may be involved therein. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Set assets improved by focus- ng much attention upon them md see that all is running more tmoothly. Be accurate with fig- ires. Impress higher-ups with he fact that you have gooc msiness sense. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) ?ou are very magnetic today wt it is necessary you smile nore if you want to gain youi iims more quickly. Get out to ;ocial affairs where you mee 1 vith much approval. Avoid hose groups where much pet iness exists. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21 fou have to attend to all the ninutae before you can get al n perfect order as you wish ii ;o be, make the future more iuccessful; more profitable Fake time to be with loved me in P.M. Forget those per ions who just waste your time. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 ;o July 21) Improve prestige by >oing out to those very worth• while social affairs to which you save been invited. Fine new iriends can be made and great- >r happiness achieved. Be with your own kind. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) If you know exactly what your position is with others, you find ?BU can forge ahead to better success easily. Bringing capabilities to the attention of bigwigs brings right results. Be active and increase happiness. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept .22) Concentrate upon how to improve intuitive {acuities and a ear OK, Let's Write ii i/c an 2(iivrt DEAR ABBY: I am a GI stationed in Tahiland. During the Chrsitmas rush, I worked in the mail room, and while there I noticed that even tho the mail volume was heavy, there were about 500 or 600 guys who would have been tickled to death to get even a bill! That is how hungry these guys are for something in their mail box! All the world's finest foods and U.S.O. shows cannot do for a GIs morale what one letter from "home" can da. Abby, if any of your readers, male or female, young or old have time on their hands and can afford one post age stamp a week, please ask them to write to: PEN PALS C-0 A2c Joseph W. King AF 11448028483 Geeia Sq., Bsx 764 APO San Francisco, 96288 HOPEFULLY, "GI JOE" KING DEAR JOE: 0. K., I have How to Speed Payment Of Medicare Doctor Bills Doctor bills under medicare sent to the insurer for repayment must be itemized and marked "paid," cautions Dan Dennis, officer - in - charge of Social Security in Mississippi County. Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Inc., the company which handles medicare physician's fees in the area, will not make payment for bills which have no receipt or are marked only "for services rendered," adds Dennis. A request for payment which is not properly completed or itemized may cause delay while the insurer writes back for a new bill. * * * Medicare payments may be handled in either of two ways says Dennis. The form for payment for physician's fees cover ed under the law may be sub mitted by either the doctor or the patient, depending upon their mutual agreement. Questions regarding proper medicare procedure may be clarified by writing or calling the Blytheville Social Security Office, which is under the U.S Department of Health, Educa tion and Welfare, at 211 North Broadway. WILSON NEWS ,...*••••••••••••»••• MRS. W. A. HORAN, Jr. ••••••••••••••••• I Mr. and Mrs. William Earl (Bill) Rankin, of Huntsville, Ala., announce the arrival of a daughter on March 1, 1967, in Huntsville. She weighed six pounds 7 ounces and has been named Sarah Elizabeth. Mrs. Rankin is the daughter of Mrs. Velma Lang of Alberts- ville, Ala. Mr. Rankin's parents power,"but be sure to do!are Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rankin 'of Driver. Great grandmothers are Mrs. Celeste Sharp and Mrs. Maude Rankin, both of Driver. * * * Mrs. Sam Moore was hostess to the South Mississippi County Bridge Club Friday at her home at Corona Lake. Mrs. Collie Lowrance played as a special guest. Mrs. Moore used aqua place mats and napkins for her dining room table which was centered with an arrangement of daffodils in a silver and crystal bowl. She served LeSagne, french bread and green salad for her luncheon. Later in the afternoon In games Mrs. E. D. Bea and 0. E. Sadler were nig me deliberating before acting. Put novel ideas to work and improve the situation around you. You have greater jvell being thereby. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Stop being so demanding with others and do whatever will tiake your closest allies more latisfied with you. Follow your Intuition. This holds true espe- eially where mate is concerned. Be sweet. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Associates are specific in stating their wants, expectations and you should follow through where expedient. Cement better relations. Be helpful to others. Then sit back and watch the happy results. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Getting duties nicely scheduled is fine so that you tarry on in an efficient manner, thereby pleasing higher- ups. Take time to shop and make your wardrobe more attractive. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) When going out with con- genials, give them a chance to choose type of recreation instead of being somewhat selfish. Something of a romantic nature comes up that could give you a new outlook on life. Dress nicely. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Get busy assisting those at home with any problems they may have, tho it • may mean upsetting your schedule somewhat. Present conditions may te out moded, so be sure to change them. Be ahead of the next one. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Discuss with regular allies what they think you should do so that greater understanding is reached between you. Follow just lead with a "King" •.. now let's see if we can't make game. Good luck! DEAR ABBY: We recently Installed beautiful new carpeting thruout our apartment and should be in paradise, but every time I kiss my wife static electricity gives us a shock. We have now become "conditioned" in the manner of rats who have learned to associate any kind of bodily contact with electric shock. What should we do? Wear special slippers? Or should we drag leather tail straps behind us like highway trucks? Please consult your electronic wizards and advise us before we electrocute ourselves. SHOCKED DEAU SHOCKED; First, check your humidity. It's ton dry in your apartment. Next ask your carpet dealer to provide you with a chemical lo spray on your carpeting to remove static electricity. And if after that the sparks still fly when you embrace — you're lucky. Its love! DEAR ABBY: I read with interest the letters from "Recent Widow" and "Not Doing So Well," and their resentment of those who gave them condolences in public. May I say that they should appre- ciate such a respectable question as, "How are you doing?" I have been a widow for four years and when I mcel a couple "we" both knew, the first question the husband asks me is, "Jane, how come you aren't married yet?" I don't want to cry, I want to SCREAM, "Did it ever occur to you that I was in love with my dear departed — and still am?" Granted, I would like male companionship for social events that require an escort, but I doubt that I will ever meet a man who could come close to being the wonderful man my husband was. Sign me, NOT LOOKING DEAR NOE: Perhaps your friend meant to pay you a compliment, bat worded it clumsily. ("Jane, you arc such a pri/e, I'm surprised no man has snapped you up yet.") Should you ever want "permanent companionship don't compare every man you meet to your first husband. Few men can com pete with a widow's "dear departed." CONFIDENTIAL T 0 "LIBERATED" IN OMAHA You are mistaken. While the "pill" may liberate you in one area, it could doom you in another. The dangers of venereal disease are . greater than ever. The "miracle" drugs are losing their effective, and one who contracts "V. D." can be permanently afflicted and made sterile. Your "free love" philosophy could prove far from free. How has the world bee's 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," Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. Mr. and Mrs. John Cram Jr. entertained their bridge club Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Williams as special guests. Preceding games a hot fruit bisque and brownies were served. Olive green place mats were used to complement her blue and green china and green crystal. In games Mrs. W. A. Hogan and Mr. Crain were high scor- homemade candy, drinks and * snacks were served. • In games Mrs. Lowrance was high scorer, Mrs. Moore second high and Mrs. Bob Nelson was bridgo winner. Mrs. Ella Powell of Hayti, Mo., spent a few days this week with her brother, Albert Greenwell, and Mrs. Greenwell. Mrs. Hudson Wren left last Thursday for Atlanta. She will spend a week with her daughter, Mrs. Keith Johnson, and Mr. Johnson, there before returning home. A group of 30 young people, guests, from the First Baptist Ciurch in Wilson attended a youth rally Saturday night at the Assembly of God Church in Memphis where Miss Vonda Kay Van Dyke, former , , „ , . . Miss America, was guest speak- Mrs. Ralph Robmson spent i Chaperones were Re / and !__ ...«.r.1rA«fI In Afrvint*nl iittfVt ~ the weekend in Armorel with] her sister, Mrs. E. M. Rege-' nold. Mrs. J. A. Germany spent a few days last week in Memphis with her daughter Patti. Mr. and .Mrs. Jerry Cullom, little Jerry and Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Regenold left last Wednesday for Oklahoma City. While there Mr. Cullom was a patient at the Oklahoma Allergy Clinic. They came hack through Fayetteville for the weekend wiBi Peggy Jo at the University to help her celebrate her birthday. Attending the funeral of Mr. R. C. Hobson in Somerville, Tenn., last Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Buck Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Davison, Mr. and Phillip McRae and Mrs. J. R. Cullom Jr. Mr. Hobson, a for- Mrs. Ralph Stockemer, John Dresbach, Ranella Hardin, Mrs. J. B. Lovett, Mrs. Albert Greenwell and Miss Norma Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wayne Wiley and children of West Helna, and Miss Mary Lou Wiley of Arkansas State University spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wiley. They were joined o n Sunday by Mrs. Wiley's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hutchison of Memphis. Mrs. Elsie Merritt of Olympia, Wash., is visiting her son, Ray Merritt. contracts to the letter. Keep ac- mer wllson resident, had been tive with important appoint-| ]iving in Nashville for the past ments, shopping, etc. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he, or she, will be one of those extremely delightful little children that others will want to soil early so be sure you early teach to depend upon himself, or herself, more, and to reach decisions more quickly instead of deliberating so much. This could be a fault that would cause others to get ahead of your fine progeny. Make sure the diet is right during adolescence. 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