The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 7, 1967 · Page 12
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Pag« Twelv* — Blytheville (Ark.) Courier News - Tuesday, November T, 198T by Abigail Van Buren 'Preacher's Kid' Proud of Dad DEAR ABBY: I read a letter in your column signed "P. K." which means "Preacher's Kid," and it sure made me mad. She said she didn't want to tell people that she was a preacher's kid because she didn't want to be treated any different. As a matter of fact, she sounded like she was ashamed. Well, I have news for her, Abby, whether she likes it or not se is "branded," so to speak. But she has the wrong idea. If she knew what a privilege it is to be a preacher's kid, she would be tiling everyone about it, instead of hiding it. Abby, I know what it's like to be a preacher's kid because I am one, and I never felt that people treated m any diffrent because of it, and I've always had plenty of friends. Maybe this girl's problem is not with her daddy, but with herself. I've got the best daddy in the world, and I thank God that he's a preacher. I wouldn't want him to be anything else. PROUD P. K. DEAR ABBY: This is for the "P. K." who said that as soon as kids found out she was a preacher's kid, they didn't want her for a friend: but I know a few, and I think I know their problem. They are so worried that people will think they are "goody goodies" that they go to extremes to act just the opposite, and turn out to be the wildest, pushiest kids around. (Especially the girls.) Preacher's kids should just act normal. Most kids don't care what another kid's father does anyway. KNOWS SOME DEAR ABBY: I have a very serious problem and you are the only person I can ask for help. I think I have a veneral disease, and don't know what to do about it. I noticed it about 3 months ago, but wasn't sure what it was. I'm still not sure, but I know that something is wrong. I can't go to our family doctor because I am too ashamed and embarrassed. Besides, I'm afraid he will tell my parents. I don't know where to turn, Abby but I know I have to do something about this for my own good. Any help you can give me in your column will be very much appreciated. Thank you. WORRIED DEAR WORRIED: You can go to yonr family doctor and be sure that he will Astrological \ 1 * Forecast * [ L PV rARRfHI RlreHTFR ^MS**W*W^''~^ To determine your forecast, not* paragraph opposite dates which include your birth date. WEDNESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: A very adverse day and evening for doing anything of a drastic or dramatic nature as quick trouble with lasting effect could follow over indulgences or any kind of action that is unpremeditated or that even requires decisions of a vital nature at this time. Use your self-control and use only proven methods, ideas. ..ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) You do not know whether to listen to a friend of long-standing regarding some vital issue or an advisor, so wait for tomorrow before coming to a decision. Your intuition is not working properlv. Don't confide in others. . .TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Do not bring an associate and a McNaught Sjndleat* Int. higher - up together now or there is real trouble in the offing. Be ery careful in dealing with all others. A woman you know is in a rather bad mood. Placate. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Schedule your time so that you get work done and also look into new and more lucrative outlets as well. Cooperate with coworkers. Some out-of-town not? could pose quite a problem, so keep calm. ..MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Be more practical and spend very little for pleasure instead of being as extravagant as you have been in the past. Strive for more cordial relations with mate. Be more gentle, understanding. treat you and not betray I lost my husband a few your confidence. If you months ago, and so many of doubt it, then telephone my well meaning (but ignor- your local health depart- ant) friends have started to nienl. (Look in the yellow pages under "government offices, city end county). Tell them you want to see a doctor, and why. I urge you to act at once! Your health, and the health of those around you, is at stake. , : DEAR ABBY: Will you please inform your readers that when a woman becomes a widow she does not sudden- become "Mrs. Jane Anybody." She remains "Mrs. John Somebody." address their letters to "Mrs. Jane Doe." It's bad enough to lose one's husband without being stripped of his name. Please print this, and sign it please MRS. "HIS NAME" ' Problems? Write to Abby, 90069. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self - addressed envelope. For Abby's new booklet "What Teen-agers Want To Know," send $1.00 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90069. ..LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) A. void those adverse influences who could cause estrangement between you and mate or some promises lo others, but schedule time wisely. Do not scatter your forces so much. ..VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept.22) Find a more efficient system for getting your work done. Don't overwork and thereby ruin your nervous system. Plan to have shorter visits with others whether you go to them or vice versa. . .LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) It would be wise to spend less on entertainment and use what you save to take care of small obligations you have. Show that you have good sense. Look into fascinating new outlets as well. Don't invest more than you can afford. ..SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov.21) A family tie could try to spoil some plans for expansion that you have, if you permit. Do so quietly, anyway, and get ahead. Gfit rid of whatever stands in the way of your progress. Be smart. ..SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) If you schedule your time wisely, you are able to han- de both outside matters and detailed work inside very nicely. Act with wisdom, otherwise you start thinking in a confused manner. Take it easy in P.M. ..CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Avoid going off on some tangent with others and concentrate on how to increase your income. Use will power. Be practical. A good day to turn your back on persons who are most unreliabe AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Making sure lo follow orders of higher-ups and laws that pertain to you is imperative right now. You require their support right now and some infraction of the law could lead to real trouble. Be calm, orderly. . .PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) First complete that very detailed work before you go off to some NEW YORK (AP) — Jumping to conclusions: One of the nice things about having a teen-ager in the home is that you never have to bottler about wiping cobwebs or dust off the telephone. Nothing looks happier than a small fat girl who has finally mastered the difficult art of keeping a hula hoop in motion around her chubby body. It is time to leave a cocktail party when the guests begin to cluster and talk in authoritative tones about what should be done in Vietnam and which Republican should be nominated for president in 1968. Bluebirds have become so scarce lately that they should put a few in zoo aviaries so children won't grow up without ever new and interesting place, although this is very much on your mind now. Then study into some new phase of your endeavors. Be thorough in all that you do. ..IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he, or she, will be one of those people who are born troubleshooters, provided he, or she, earns early to be very ob- pective and not become emotion- aly involved. There is also much ability in taking old and worn-out things and businesses and making them pay off handsomely thrash modernization. Send to college. "The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of your life is largely up to YOU! Forecast for your sign for December is now ready. For your copy send your birthdate and $1.00 to Carrol Righter Forecast (name of newspaper), Box 629, Hollywood 28, Caifornia. having seen one of the loveliest of nature's feathered creatures. After 60, a fellow always feels like crying inside when someone sends him one of those "funny" birthday cards. He regards himself as a living landmark and expects respect from others, not cleverness, on his anniversaries. It makes me sad to see a man who not only wears a toupee but also has an artificial flowei pinned in his lapel. You have to give him credit for hope, but you can't escape the conviction he's a bit out of touch with reality. On the other hand, whenever you see a man walking majestically in front of his wife as she pushes a shopping cart News Briefs SALINA, Kan. (AP) - Donald Kramer is conducting group band lessons for parents of young musicians at Salina's Sacred Heart School, so "They'll understand, if not appreciate their child's work." EUGENE, Ore. (AP) - The University of Oregon faculty has asked that a rule against liquor sales within five blocks of. the campus be abolished. The dry zone was established by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission in 1951 when a number of freshman students became inr toxicated before a Mothers Dajj function. ;' STERLING, Kan. (AP) Sterling College is going to pel* mit dancing on its campus for the first time in 80 years. policy may lose Sterling some acceptance by more conservative people. •• "I'm hopeful," McCreery said, 'this will be at a mini- We still will emphasize wholesome Christian values." through"the supermarket, you William McCreery, president get a conviction that the of the United Presbyterian American male still has a fu- Church College, said the new ture. People who habitually watch television more than three'hours every day eventually get the same fixed expression on their facts as those riding to or from work on the subway. There is no point in the wile of a professional football fan getting a divorce between now. and the middle of next January as her husband wouldn't even notice it had happened. A woman's sense of financial security depends on the number of expensive hats she can't afford to buy but does; a man's depends on how many pairs of shoes he has in his closet. There is great worry today about tie manner in which man is poisoning the very atmosphere he breathes. Between bad air and hot air we're all in peril. It would be a real irony of | He says, "Well, you've just nof- time if future archeologists i mally got big shoulderj should judge the art level I there—bigger than most." reached by our civilization by the beauty of Christmas liquor bottles they dig up from the debris we leave in passing. '-, You are probably a success in the business world if you spend more time dictating menio than in answering them. 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