The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 11, 1966 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 11, 1966
Page 2
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JNotJustANirecap! Van '•"'•DEAR ABBY: I have been TTtaithful reader of yours for .fftiny years and hope you can -itrsigMen me out on something. Our changing moral ToBe' has me stumped! I went out with a fellow I liked a lot, and after a movie he ask- e* me up to his apartment (or a. nightcap... I. considered the late hour and the fact that I didn't know him too well, (second date) so I refused politely. He seemed to underr stand but he never called me again. Now I'm wondering if I did the right: thing in refusing Us invitation. . _. . i "nJZZLLU: I think you did right. If it wii only a nightcap he wanted, he could have obtained one with you publicly.. And Judging from the way be faded, t'wasn't. DEAR ABBY:" I am 19 and have been married for 10 ewiths. My husband is 20, tij in the navy. He has been SBsrseas for nine months and fiuaee days. When I first learn|5?i I was - pregnant I w a s Swilled and told everyone. JTJie baby. is now overdue, and •BW mottier-in-Iaw told me she is giving me just one more week tp'j have the baby, and if it Isn't here, she'll know it's not her son's, and she will have my marriage annulled. I am very hurt and upset about this,;. Abby, h* cause the baby couldn't P° S - sibly be anyone else's but my husband's, and that kind of talk is ruining my reputation. How can I prove to my mother-in-law that she is wrong about me? And if I can't prove it, what can I d6? HURT •-H>EAlt HUftT: At long at 1 YOU know toe baby couldn't * possibly be anyone «ls«,'i : but your husband'*, Igaore the aecnntions and hold your head high. The gestation period it normally 280 dayi, but women have been known to miscalculate, there by making the "due" date as mucn a« M days off. (Both early and late.) DEAR ABBY: When the children began to arrive, niy husband started to complain. He didn't like driving them to school, to the doctor, dentist, or shopping. So finally I learned to drive so he could rest. Then he complained about having to do all the odd jobs around the house, so I learne dto do them mysejf. (I can change a washer with the best plumbers.) Then he complained that his money was paying for the food in our mouths, the clothes on o u r backs and the gas In the car, to I went back to my old job, and the kids picked up odd jobs whenever they could. Guess what happened? He began complaining that he wasn't "needed" at home. Well, I agreed with him. Who heeds a man who shoves off all his responsibility-on h i s wife and kids? So, I divorced him. Do you know, Abby, we miss him. We m i s s hearing him complain. That's about all he ever did. Everything else we manage to do ourselves. "HAPPY EX" CONFfl>ENTUL TO DUANNE: Start crying when she dots. If there's one thing that's more effective than a woman's tears, it's a man's. Don't underestimate your own water power! Troubled? Write to Abby, Bo* 69700, Los Angeles, Cat. Fftr a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self - addressed envelope. Astrological * Forecast * . By CARROLL RIGHTEK To antrmlne jrour toncut, BOM parurtph opposlt* «»tei, WUCB tacludf your birth date. TUESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: Until Noon be careful you do not get into an argument or hassle with one who has considerable power over your affairs. Later you find that you have a very firte opportunity to use your m6st tactful and organizing qualities to impress those who have had a very great deal of experience and whose aid you need to zoom upwards. ABIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Be careful not to jeopardize the fine c r e d i t you now enjoy in A.M. and later best bet is to get in touch with Big-wjgs for advice, etc. Make progress by acting in a most positive manner. Show agility. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Whatever requires using new system is best done after lunch and morning spent planning and thinking, knowing how best to advance. Alter good day's work be off with good pals for fun. Forget busy mercantile life, worries. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) If you do not come through with agreements you have made in A.M., you can certainly get into) • (trouble later. See that bookkeeping is in good order, also. Evening can be very happy with loved one. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Morning is a bad time to argue with associate or get into any serious discussions, but after lunch everything works out most satisfactorily between you. Show daily alliances that you appreciate them. Be thoughtful, courteous. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) If you think more of the interests of co-workers, yOu will soon gain their better cO-OperatiOn. First plan the work you are to go, then get right into it with vim and harmony. Much'can be (McNautht Syniilcirt Inc.) accomplished. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Recreational activities are best relegated to the afternoon and morning spent in doing favors for members of your family) other important chores. Then off at a leisurely pace with persons who are congenial. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Don't jeopardize present security you enjoy by acting in some unusual way, but gain the respect of all in A. M. Be sure to complete what has long been awaiting your attention. Backing can be yours in P.M. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 (o Nov. 22) Drive or walk downstairs very cWefully and you are then able to keep appointments, shop, etc. Follow your desire to look into new Interests. Add one or two to your present operations. GROW. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Consider what others really expect of you in A.M., but arrive at decisions after lunch when all is apt to work out more smoothly. Bills may be troublesome in A.M. Later you ' solve problems very nicely. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. W), frustration! my arise n A.M., but if you an poised, not critical, you resolve matters admirably in a social way tonight. Your personal aims are quite all right. Realize them best in P.M. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Concentrating upon how to make your personal life more ideal is fine in A.M., as well as in a business sense, and to- /VYONTGOMERY WARD night yoo can flieit DO n sj TO* mantle mood. On* confides some trouble to you. Don't betray confidence. PISCES (Feb. 10 to Mar. 10) Forget things social in A.M. and concentrate on gain personal aims, but later you can be with others and gain prestige. Some new contact can be quite fascinating. Help for you comes along such channel In P.M. V YOUR CHILD » BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be one of those Interesting young people whose mind is always angling in order to get what hi, or she, desires, which will be perfectly obvious to others, but by the time maturity is reached, this will have been perfected to a fine art and success above average is very possible. Teach early to have greater consider- ation fcr the Jntertsti and nee* of other persons. Send to church. 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