The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 11, 1967 · Page 10
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P»g« Ten - Blythevilt* (Ark.) Courier Kew» - Saturday, November 11,1MT Astro Forecast logical By CARROLL RIGHTEB- So «!tennlB« sonr lontut. w>u paragraph opposite dat«s which Include your birth date. SUNDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: McKaufht Syndicate Inc. in mind and then the practical phases thereof. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) You can hve a es ew view- H you are too demanding, you • i Tu- cTn^v nn how to i can certainly run into a good P"' ,? Sons that mean deal of trouble now. Otherwise, gam the condt ons Uirt mean the most yro, tal thw w ( ^ ^ ofthtklout to the social the entertain- DEAR ABBY: Do I have the right to insist that my boy friend remove the tattoo from over his heart? It says Sharon. Before we started going together, he went with a girl named Sharon. I never knew her, but I am very jealous of her. My boy friend says you can never remove a tattoo once it's on, but I have heard that you can. I suppose he Then out to make the right con- i Do "' n "^"jo 0 j ; " 1 t 0 ' goo d pals for i could cover it with a piece of adhesive tape, or maybe go back for some more tattooing and change the Sharon to some kind of a scene or design. giving intt«eT,hat *: carefu, not to ac, are reliable and use your own sudden fashion in on best judgment, too. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Concentrate on what you truly want to accomplish in the days ahead and then make plans to, foj . attend services you appreciate. | GEMJN j |May 21 to June 2 » out of some trouble that you get deeper into the frying pan. Rise above all limitations. Then you can also be of real assistance to others who come to by Abigail Van Bttrea Tattooed Boy Friend Needs Needling tacts socially. n v '• cooperation now, since they are TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) • t bl)gy wHh thejr own af . Do not confide in others wliat| fgjrs Be o{ assistance to one your plans are for the « avs j who is in deed a fine friend and ahead or they can spoil ™ m i nee(!! . a helping hand. Stop for you in one way or another, Be meditative. Live on the high- being so demanding. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 ing your boy friend doesn't still have Sharon under his shin he could easily get hor off his chest. Tell him that a skin specialist can remove the tattoo. And he won't have to hold still for any further needling. DEAR ABBY: The other evening while I Was preparing supper, my husband's unmarried sister dropped in, as she often does. She asked me to call her mother and tell her a lie as to why she wasn't going to be home for supper that night. I told her if her mother found out that I lied done it is." Abby, 1 was crushed, 1 always try to look my best and people are always compliment in, 1 ; me on how fashionable 1 dress, and how well - groomed 1 look. I never thought I overdid it. I have been just heartsick about it. Should I discuss it with my husband? Should I take it up with my mother-in-law, or what? HURT DEAR HURT: You dou't say how old your sister-in- law is, but if she's more than 10 she's a nitwit. Don't discuss it with your husband And don't take it up with your mother-in-law. Maybe she said it and maybe she didn't. Avoid your sister-in- law. Either she's too unreliable to be believed, or she is a first class troublemaker. [<M,*r m»* toe will leave to our eon and his family. It seems that addressing us In some half-way respectful manner poses a tremendous "problem" to our son's wife. If she thinks this is a problem, wait until she reads our wills! "HI'S" IN-LAWS DEAR ABBY: As I sit here watching my beautiful baby boy while he so cheerfully laughs and plays with his little stuffed doggy, I want very much to know something. Do fathers of illegitimate children ever think of their precious offspring? If you can't answer my question, maybe they can. Thank you. STEVEN'S MOTHER est level of consciousness you to July 21) ]f you Mlow every chest He says it doesn , t fcoth . can conceive. regulation that applies to you, GEMINI (May 21 to Jur.e 21) you t a , ong famous]y w j t h € v- Get out and be social with those , eryone now Try not to irfe a you want to be your best friends | higher _ up or you get into deep in the days ahead. Add new j trouble ghow'that you have dig- personalities to your present roster. These can be most entertaining and interesting, fascinating, also. nity and know your place. LEO (July 22 to A u g. 21) Better study into that new out. 0 , M a little more before you go MOON CHILDREN (June 22 a , ]ead wi(h j( . and fee careful| to July 21) Conversing with one I . e Reep any promises you •who is influential in your com- j have made mi otherg Tespect munity can be helpful m get-1 you more Your advancement ting some project working you - omes easier that way too have in mind. Show that you are a philanthropist. Civic interests are especially fine. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Any responsibilities in any sphere of your endeavor require LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) | meticulous care on your par t First get out to services of your choice and then you can study better means for furthering pre sent outlets to their limits. Be more broadminded. Then you get the approval of everyone you contact. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Listen to the voice of your conscience since you then can be of assistance dealing with others who come to you for help. Dig up any data you need. This could be most vital to your af- Jairs right now. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct 22) Keeping the part of the contacts you have with partners that are strictly yours is the only way to get ahead with them right now. You need the cooperation of others in almost SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You must be of service to others if you want to prove that you truly observe the Golden Rule, as well as please them. Plan your duties for the week ahead cleverly. Divide your pleasure wisely. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Provided you do not insist that others join you in whatever pleasures you most enjoy, since they are busy, you can have much fun just the same. Enoy yourself while you have the opportunity. Be happy. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Anything of a fundamental now. Be sure insurance and taxes are taken care of. Delighting mate should be y o u r particular interest in P.M LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct 22) Although you are tempted to have a big argument with an associate, you would be wiser to back such an individual right now. Use orthodox methods in public, or you could get into much trouble. Be wise SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Niov. 21) You have much work to do, so get busy at it instead of throwing it off on the shoulders of associates. Take some exercise early that will help you to feel chipper, full of vim. Get much done. , SAGITTARIUS (N 0 T. 22 to Dec. 21) It would be wise to plan .' I morning that you will enjoy, which is very likely on the cultural side. Then delve right into business at hand. A minor needs your advice; give it willingly. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Find out what kin desire of you and then be gracious Anyway, I can't see marry- I to her she wouldn't think ing a guy with Sharon on his much of me as a person, and I just didn't want to do it. She replied, "Well, she doesn't think much of you any way. She is always talking about the way you dress, and the way you do your hair and your make-up — how over- er him. Well, it bothers me. Am I wrong to feel this way and isn't there some way to get it off? MILLIE DEAR MILLIE: Assum- DEAR ABBY: We are another pair of "in-laws" who are called nothing by our daughter-in-law. After 2 years we are still greeted with 'Hi." When we told our son I we would like to be called something (after all, even a dog has a name) he said he'd mention it to his wife, but apparently he never has. Perhaps some good came of this, because we finally woke up. For years we deprived ourselves of luxuries so o u r son could have a college education. We never took vacations because we were saving for him. Troubled? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal, 90069. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self - addressed envelope. Social Security Question Box (This column answers some of the most frequently asked Social Security questions. Reader's questions should be sent to "Social Security Administration, P. 0. Box 467, Blytheville) Q. My part-time job allows me to limit my earnings to $1500 per year. However, I was recently selected to serve on the petit jury. Will this income count toward my allowed earnings of $1500 under social security? Hate to write letters? Send $1 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069, for Abby's booklet, "How to Write Letters for All Occasions." Tire Truck Please DALLAS, Tex. (AP) - A policeman, !»is patrol car stopped by a flat tire, called the dis- A. No, jury duty is not considered wages or self-employment income. Q. My son is receiving social security benefits on his de. ceased father's account. I re| married and my present husban wants to adopt him. Will this stop my son's benefits? A. No. Adoption of a child by a stepparent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, brother or sister after the death of the worker on whose account benefits are paid does not affect the child's payments. Q. I am 49 and the wife of a disability'beneficiary. Am I en- My husband isn't too well, (roared up. and now I've persuaded him to retire early and enjoy himself instead ol worrying about Back on the radio, the policeman was heard to say: "No sir. I said tire truck!" Q. On y»u tell me the «*•. vantages of electing to receive widow's benefits at age 60 rather than age 62? A. One advantage is that you will receive 24 extra checks by taking your benefits two years early. However, your monthly benefit will be 13 and 1-3 per cent less than at age 62. It would take approximately 13 years after you become 62 to recover in the higher benefit what you could have received in the two years before you became 62. Q. When a person becomes unable to work because of a disability, should he apply for disability benefits right away or should he wait to see if he will be able to return to work? A. We suggest that he apply immediately if he is totally disabled. Although there is a six month waiting period before benefits can be paid, early filing enables us to Obtain the medical evidence at the earliest date so that a determination can be made before benefits ar due. patcher for help Thursday titled to any benefits on my night. husband's account? Minutes later a fire truck A. Only if you have a child under age 18 or a disabled child (over 18 but who became disabled before age 18) in your QUICK QUIZ Q — is the exact time of George Washington's death recorded? A-Yes. On the night of Dec. 14, 1799, an attending physician stopped the clock near his bed at 10:20 to record the moment of the first president's death. This clock is in the Alexandria- Washington Masonic Lodge at Alexandria. agenda, but a new attitude, system adopted. State your .ideas. Ask them for their views, get. their O.K. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. Doing some extra arranging that will start an uptrend in all of your affairs is a fine way to spend a good part of your time. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb 19) By religiously carrying duties at hand, lis a most productive day and evening. Run errands and keep appointments later in the day. Confer with others with perfect confidence. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar 20) Put mirth aside for awhile and ... ... ... ' continue with the productive 19J Visiting, calling, writini[are i fc you , P just fine today after you have Commyand g , £ . f attended services of your choice (he d tfl £ listening o good friends who Ume . \ ou and more " « have wonderful ideas to ofer: so wh kjd ourse|f , is wise. Then plan how to util-, IF YQUR ^^ Ig can see you becoming more successful in a relatively short time. Consult with persons who are in just such a category. Gain their wisdom: IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he, or she, will be blessed with a most brilliant mind and can at an early age, impress others with the depth of thought and practical materialization .in this unusually fine nature. Send to the best college you can afford and permit your progeny to pick own career. A remarkable success is denoted here. Give spiritual training ear- MONDAY „• GENERAL TENDENCIES: One of those days and, evenings when you are apt to try to start the week too hastily for your own good, for you are apt to neglect some important facet of whatever you wish to do •nd thii will spoil the w b e 1 e project. Avoid arguments and double-check whatever you havt various directions, but your progeny can be oversensitive. You must teach early not to become overinvolved emotionally with others if a greater success, is desired. New discoveries in science can be made here. POSSIBILITIES become ' PROBABILITIES When you know that MFA Security Service is ready to help finance your new car, boat or mobile home. SEE YOUR MFA INSURANCE AGENT Buell Carter, Agent , n. ro i-na WATMK DAGGITT, Aon* n. I/> f-nil NEW CASE HOME IN BLYTHEVILLE CASE POWER -< EQUIPMENT East Highway 18 Phone PO 3-4556 CHARLES McCALLA Manager We are happy ro announce our new dealership to the farmers of this area. For the FINEST IN FARM EQUIPMENT, PARTS AND SERVICE see your CASE MAN in Blytheville. Our service facilities ore well equipped and radio controlled to handle any kind of problem that a farmer could possibly have ... in the field or on the road. SEE US TODAY! During November We Just Can't Say NO To Any Reasonable Deal! Prices Have Never Been Lower On CASE COMBINES & TRACTORS Buy Now... Don't Forget About That Big Tax Savings! • GET ACQUAINTED SPECIALS • L. D. DANIELS Parts Manager CASE 930 AND 1030IRACTORS ALL FINANCE CHARGES WAIVERED TIL NEXT SPRING Gome on in and try us. Lei us prove we'll go for most any reasonable offer you want to make on any CASE tractor including the famous CASE 1030. We're loaded for the biggest year that any CASE dealer could possibly have. This offer good only during November. . .ACT NOW! CASE 960 AND 1060 COMBINES ALL FINANCE CHARGES WAIVERED 'TIL OCTOBER '68 YES ... A $300 TO $400 CHECK DIRECT FROM CASE IF YOU BUY NOW . . J: Addition to the Beat Dealt Town on Combines. OFFERS EXPIRE NOVEMBER 30, 1967

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