The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 11, 1966 · Page 12
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\\ feft Tw*h* - Wytiiwffl* Wrtt.1i Garter Xt*t - Hurt*, I 1' Ul be ud ll ffl el I! to Teachers' Help Needed Van Bu ren i wndlcatt Inc.* I««MWI«^ . DEAR ABBY: My eleven year-old daughter picks the inost peculiar friends. Her newest chum worries me. She came over yesterday with a stocking cap (in JULY!) .Which she said she couldn't take off because the doctor had found some "crawlies" in her head and he had shaved Sll her hair off. (I do believe .the child has lice, don't you?) '• Now this little girl is sweet and nice as' she can be. She even got my daughter interested in the Bible, which I think is fine, but I shudder to think that my daughter tnay catch lice from her. How contagious is lice, or whatever it is that she had? Should I worry? WORRIED - DEAR WORRIED: The •'j child with the "crawlies" '(or whatever it was) has 'apparently seen a doctor, so .< whatever she had is now un, der control. I wouldn't wor- DEAR ABBY; I took my freshman year over again and I am still a freshman. In oth- ir words, I failed everything again. I admit a fooled around : "the first time, but I really ".tried to make it this time, but "the work was too hard for me. My parents don't believe -me.. They think I let them 'down, but I really tried my .'best. •: I would like to quit school and go to a trade school, but my father says I have to graduate from high school if it Jakes me 10 years. What can •I do? ; ASHAMED t DEAR ASHAMED: En-list the neh) of your teach- ,.ers. They will know if yon did your best or fooled " around. If yon worked up to Jyour capacity and f a i 1 e d 'you have nothihg to be "ashamed of. And I agree, - trade school might be the 'answer. DEAR ABBY: My husband and I were divorced three years ago, but you would never know it from the way MY family (get this - MY family) treats him. He is included in every family gathering, and is told constantly they still love him "like a son-in-law, brother • in - law, nephew, uncle, cousin," and so on. I don't mind telling you that this gels my goat. What do you think my family is trying to accomplish anyway? THE "EX" DEAR EX: Either your family IS trying to "get your goat" (and succeeding) OR they figure the divorce was a mistake (yours?) and they simply like the man. DEAR ABB": The wife who was worried because her husband's hobby was flying is all up in the air about nothing. If the four - wheeled fliers of our highways can ever produce a safety record equal to that of the pilots of our nation, doctors and undertakers will have to start moonlighting to make a living. Tell her to let him fly and be happy. If he's killed, it will probably be on the highway between home and the airport. "AN OLD PILOT" MONTTvOSE, COLORADO Probems? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self - addressed envelope. Hate to write letters? Send $1 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069, for Abby' booklet, "How to Write Letters for All Occasions." NEW SWIMMING POOL - The River- lawn Country Club at Osceola opened its new swimming pool this week. Jack Morse is managing the pool this summer. The pool will be open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day ex- cept Mondays. Work is continuing on the nine-hole golf course and bids are being sought for the construction of the clubhouse. (Courier News Photo) of New York, says the outgrowth of this strain could be the replacement of the traditional campus with more dependence on television and oth- :r communications techniques. NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - The Newark Board of Education wants a new superintendent of schools badly. It says it plans to mail 3,600 brochures throughout the country urging eligible candidates to apply for the job. Dr. Edward F. Kennelly is resigning as superintendent. PAWTUCKET, R.I. (AP) Police have charged Paul Cooper, 36, as the man who robbed a bank of $661 and then made his getaway in a bus he caught in front of the bank. KINGSTON, R. I. (AP) University of Rhode Island officials say some students falsify their ages when they fill out university identification cards. So the university plans to eliminate the student's date of birth'from the card. Forecast CAfUUNX OIGBTE3 to 4«Urmla> you («ncu.. Bat* ntnfrftph opposite dat«. wlUoli 'aclua* Tour blrUi date TUESDAY", : . GENERAL TENDENCIES: Until noon • very adverse aspects are in effect and you need to use much care and caution that yon do not have a truculent attitude that can put you in Dutch with those about you but conditions improve as the day goes oa and you can see how to make much headway a n d progress by a practical and very down-to-earth course on your port. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Trying to handle both business and social in A.M. is not wise, so be sure to talk over practical affairs with intelligent kin in P.M. Be sure you get statements precise during day. Be clever. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Handling some domestic problem in A.M. is important, but then you make headway in business world later. Paying some visit of interest is good tonight. Avoid one who has an inflated ego. Be down-to-earth yourself. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) tf you waste time fretting and fuming with others in A.M., you can have much loss to the business world,' or ^.creative outlets. Meet" expectations, be of assistance to bigwigs. Don't resent responsibilities. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Avoid arguments over monetary matters show good pals that you really like them.-Practical tensions can be handled later on. Concentrate on, whatever will give you a spiritual lift. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 2 1 ) Find out what higher-ups expect you to do and carry through with work, putting own ideas aside for the tune being. Ybu.haye.to be tactful in credit matters. Evening wonderful for sociability, v •'• VIRQO (Aug..22 to Sept. 22) Contact out-of-town persons in matters important to your well being, business; etc.; instead of giving way to temptation to rest. Find out what you want to know Then have a good time in P.M. LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct. 22) Certain pals can be quite demanding so steer clear of them and get together with experts who really know their business, and give you wonderful help. R«*em 6* ...wcotef ftr ytujf. mate. Show that you tta.vnji SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. Zl? Foliow'ideas of associates to| stead bf some so-called higher- up who has an inflated ego. You 5 need not be forensic or forcefuj with anyone, since matters wort out very suddenly and to your' benefit. Be happy, * SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 8 ti Dec. 21) If you concentrate off duties ahead of you instead of meanderingrln the warid of dreams and imagination, yog can accomplish'^ a great deal to« day. Don't be negative. Theij wonderful benefits can result, a CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to J«n: 20) It is better to concentratf on the creative instead of get* the dull and time-wasting. SeeS ing overly concerned with figj ures, bookkeeping, etc. Avoid there omp any bf interesting] charming people. 3 AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Febl 19) Ideas can be forthcoming; from those who live with you that will be infinitely betteg than those given by some fly-by; nights you .know. You can gel interesting work done close to own dwelling. Be precise. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20} Gadding about, being active ott your toes will bring you to emir tact with right persons and gej you the results you desire. Anal; yze how best to Improve daily routines. Experts give the propj er answers. " " -^ The Mississippi River has jj flow 177'times that of fte Thames. I NEWS BRIEFS BOSTON (AP) — A Boston educator says American society is "in jeopardy if the race problem is not solved." Dr. Gerhart D. Wiebe, dean of the school of public communications at Boston University, says "the civil rights of Negroes are violated in almost all communities." COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. (AP) — The schools may seem crowded now, they they're going to get even more so in the future. Dr. Samuel B. Gould,, president of the State University MOBILE HOME SALE AT HANNON MOBILE HOME SALES 3 Repossessed Trailers Take Up Payments! SPECIAL " NEW 1966 10'Wide Mobile Home FOR ONLY 4 New '65 Models Save As Much As. . These Must Be Moved in 10 Days 1-New Mobile Off ice 1-Used 24' Travel Trailer Large Selection of New '66 TO 7 & 12' Wides On Display * Set Your Own Down Payment * Financing Can Be Arranged at 5% "WE TRADE FOR ANYTHING" HANNON AND SONS MOBILE HOME SALES So. 61 Highway Next to Central Motor Sales — PO 3-6840 R. D. 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