The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 5, 1967 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 5, 1967
Page 9
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IMtJ •wtar Vm - Tiwulay, December 9, 1WT - Pagt Kin* acltv o( remarkable structures, claims to have the world's most unusual church in this cathedral. The SStoKMS^ Christ wore at the Crucifixion. Oscar Niemeyer designed the Astrological * Forecast * By CARROLL RJGHTER- To deteTTDlne sour forecast, note paragraph opposite dates which include your birth date. WEDNESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: You are confused as to how to McNaught Syndicate Int. store waning spirit. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21 Show consideration at your abode though members of your treat a friend who disagrees I family are apt to be pretty de- with suggestions made to you by one who is important to you. But toe friend is much to likely to be accurate in his conclusions to just shake off his advice, took-- at all sides of :any situation and'keep calm. man ding in .that important sphere of your existence. Be very patient where associates are concerned, also. Rise above present difficulties. ; VIRGO (Aug. ri to .Sept.. 22) Although you want to renege ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr.- 19) \ on some promise' you,-ha'v.e Getting ahead via the social ladder is, better today instead of.trying to. convince some rt calcitrant business person.. Be loyal to sqmc COOL grieiid despite mates jealousy or prejudiced ideas. Rise above pettiness in others. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Although you must please a higher-up, do not neglect a worthwhile associate or this can lose you benefits later. Show one in. civic: affairs that you appreciate favors. Do whatever can be helpful to this person. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Follow your hunches- and you are able to come to a far better understanding with those who have been hard to handle before this. Get vital work done early. Then out to the recreation that beckons. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to- July 21) Plan early how to handle certain important responsibilities you have, then you can go out to fun things in a happy frame of mind. Find relief from worry, tension. Re- The New Testament Epistle to Philemon is the shortest of the letters the Apostle Paul wrote while he was a prisoner in Rome. made to another, if you discuss it with those close "to 'you, you find right solution. Show great care on ; the road.-Avoid some annoying accented accident, possibly. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Its all right to have the kind of recreation you like, but De careful not to over-spend. You may be a little troubled over finances, but be more objective about them and all is fine. Be smart. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to ISIov. 21) You find it difficult to solve some problematical affair concerning kin in A.M., so get busy with own affairs, improve your appearance. Be more garcious in society circles. Get ahead faster. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21; Out to garner that information you require from the right sources in A.M., and these could be good friends. Forget some fancied slight Show others that you are a very generous person. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Contacting that good pal for the assistance you need in some personal matter can bring right results. Do not handle that financial matter just yet. Do whatever is socially correct in P.M. Have savoir faire. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 -to Feb. 19) 'Act in such a way that higher-ups do not criticize you and be scrupulous where rules and regulations are concerned. Find the right way to improve your image. Dont be so gullible with others, especially the opposite sex. PISCES (Feb. 20 te Mar. 20 Get busy wilii whatever requires improvement and a new beginning, and dont waste a precious moment of this fine day. Get into new outlets of a BEAUTIFUL BUT DUMB ioet not deieribe ihowgh-1 Jolle Griffin, who take* tine out between number? to cram for her dtytima •Mfet it CKy Ooflece «2 Hew York. -by Abigail Van Bnren—— Get Gong's Help For Handicapped DEAR ABBY: My husband and I recently made a shocking discovery. We happened to come across our daughter's bank book, and found she had deposited more than $1,000 in her savings account since June! Our daughter is 20, and worked as a cashier last summer. Most of her paycheck went for clothes, and she said she was saving "a little." She worked only 10 weeks, and she couldn't possibly have saved that amount from her earnings. There is only one way she could have gotten that much money and that was to steal it. How she ever managed to get away with it is beyond us. She is back in college now (less than 100 miles from home) and is doing well. We want to know how to handle this. Should we go to her ex- employer, whom we have never met, and ask him if he will please take the money back and not press charges? Or should we do nothing and hope that her conscience bothers her enough to do something about it herself? Please help us, Abby. We are well aware that if her former employer wants to be ugly about it, he could send her to jail. CAN'T SLEEP DEAR CAN'T: First, at the earliest possible moment, confront your daughter with your "discovery" and let her explain it. H you are correct in your suspicions, I urge you to proceed scientific nature that can be of assistance to you. Get smart. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be one of those fascinating young people who is always trying to better understand those around him, or her. Although advic* will be asked on all sides; this progeny of yours will seriously study it, and not follow it unless it is practical. Ideal chart for the teacher, philosopher, orator, diplomat. with the guidance of a competent attorney. DEAR ABBY: What do you think of a married woman who carried on with a bachelor for 26 years, and then drops him and goes with a married man for 9 years? Then her husband dies, and for 4 years she's been going .with a kid young enough to be her'son? WONDERING DEAR WONDERING: I think she must be a very old woman by now. DEAR ABBY: My boyfriend is in the navy and soon will be discharged. He is a very good looking sailor and looks terrific in his "blues." My problem is trying to get him to wear his uniform when we go out. He says he is sick and tired of looking at uniforms and it's bad enough wearing one when he has to. He looks good in his civvies, too, but a girl is proud to be seen with a guy in service, and I would much rather have him wear his uniform when we're out. We argue about this all the time.- Can you help me! NAVY BLUES DEAR BLUES: I know how you feel, but I also know how he feels. If your man is being discharged soon, ask him to do you a favor and hold still long enough for" you to get a picture of him in his blues. In the meantime, get off his back and let him cover it with a suit of his choice. CONFI DENTIALTO Deeply Troubled: By all means, see your minister, but don't expect miracles. The help a minister gives is not a shield to hide behind, but a sword to fight with. Problems? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. For a personal reply, inclose a stamped, self- addressed envelope. FOR ABBY'S NEW BOOKLET "WHAT TEEN-AGERS WONT TO KNOW,-" SEND $1.00 TO ABBY, BOX 69700, LOS ANGELES, CAL. 90069. SANTA T STORE LIMITED TIME ONLY! MAYC TOUT CWLCTWTJ MCTUM TAKM WITH .... SANTA PORTRAIT HCTU»B TAKIH M HO JXTtA CHA«Ctl FREE Today & Wednesday Dec. 5 & 6 1 P.M. 'til 7:30 P.M. FAMILY GROUPS MADE WITHOUT SANTA Only 99c ~SOT DIVISION - BLYTHEVILLE DEAS! fftMPUS. 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