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Ihho Free Press Caldweil News-Trlbune, Wednesday, June 7, 1961 - A2 Astrological Forecast By Carroll Righter G E N E R A L TENDENCIES: This is on« of those H a j s when you c.an engineer conditions far more to your l i k i n e t h i n is usually possible and y n u find 1 h a t r a o s l everyone w i t h w h o m y o u have any contact w h a t e v e r is able to see ynu in a better ii«ht and realize y o u a r e able to carry through a n y plan u n d e r c o n s i d e r a t i o n in a very in- venlivc man- Cjrroll Rlghter ner. ARIES: (Mar. 21 tn Apr. IS) Hy e x p l a i n i n g to nlhers what you have in mind precisely, you gel t h e m lo cooperate w i t h you in some constructive plan. Have all facts and figures a! h a n d . Meeting with success comes easily Ihen. TAURUS: {Apr. 20 Jo May 20) Those in m o n e t a r y circles who are experts can give the aid you want now for some prospective plan you are considering. Gel savings a c c o u n t built up. Add wisely to any p r o p e r l y you may now own. G E M I N I : (May 21 lo June 21) You are very c h a r m i n g and clever today so gad about and show others you are most w o r t h w h i l e lo have as a friend. Get to meetings and make excellent new contacts. These can help you t r e m e n d o u s l y in professional life. MOON C H I L D R E N : (June 22 lo July 21) If you go to the right sources you will be able to gel data you need confidentially, hut be very diplomatic about it. Be a little more original and pleasing in r o m a n t i c life. Don'l be so serious. LEO: (July 22 tn Aug. 21) Show those you like in either personal nr social life that you are most devoted, a d m i r e t h e m greatly. Han h n w tn repay social obligations in the near f u t u r e . You have been r a t h e r nbluse regarding them lalely. VIRCO: (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Don't procrastinate in c o n t a c t - ing persons of i n f l u e n c e and eain m u c h h a c k i n g and advice. T h e n show real interest in w h a t e v e r is of a civic n a t u r e . You can increase p o p u l a r i t y and be far m u r e a c t i v e in the f u t u r e . L I B R A : (Sept. 2.1 In Oct. 22) If others have certain ideas t h a t are good w h i c h you can use in own operations, do so. He more b r o a d - m i n d e d . Some correspondence you receive can be h e l p f u l in y o u r plans f u r expansion. SCOKI'IO: (Ocl. 23 lo Nov. 21) You are now able lo take care of o b l i g a t i o n s in a more m o d e r n way and take advantage of opportunities around ynu. lie more willing to do w h a t e v e r will please your mate. Some artistic outlet c u u l d prove tn be very enjoyable. ; . S A G I T T A R I U S : (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Associates appreciate your intelligence and finest skills, so be sure you do [he same right now. Come to a fine u n d e r s t a n d i n g . Make arrangements for any outside a f f a i r s t h a t are i m p o r t a n t lo you. CAl'KICOKN: (Dec. 22 lo Jan. 20) f l a n early whatever it is you w a n ! to do, and then busy yourself carrying through w i t h your plans, lie e n t h u s e d . You have some exccllenl contacts and you should renew t h e m w i t h o u t loss of time. AQUARIUS: (Jan. 21 lo Feb. 19) An ideal day lo gel inlo recreational activities lhat please you mosl and with right con- Denials. You like y o u n g people and arc in a posiion to help t h e m greatly. Gelling i n l o some y o u t h organization cuuld he jnsl y o u r cup lo lea. PISCES: (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) It is m u c h easier now lo gel home affairs arranged more intelligently, h a r m o n i o u s l y . There may he some situation lhal is puzzling. Use this as a c h a n c e lo do something dramatic, get real results. IF YOUR CHILI) IS HORN TODAY . . . he. or she. w i l l be one of those fascinating y o u n g people who knows i n t u i t i v e l y what others w a n t from some j o i n l a l l i a n c e and will go far Ihusly, plus Ihc fad t h a t the gift of gab is t r u l y amazing. Teach e a r l y lo complete what is s t a r t e d in order to h a v e success, olhevwise Ihere can hc.failuri; here. · : "The Slur;; impel. Ihey do nol compel." W h a l ynu m a k e of your life is largely up lo Y O U ! Carroll Kighler's I n d i v i d u a l Forecast for y o u r sign for J u l y is n o w ready. For y n u r copy send y o u r h i r l h d a l e and SI.00 to C a r r o l l Righter Forecast ( n a m e of newspaper), llox 1921, H o l l y wood 28. C a l i f o r n i a . RIGHT tiP TO THIS f l WTCH T O O ( JAUCH DICK TRACY ITS A BIRD CAGE ARDEN,AM INTEREST ,J BIRDS IS BOUMDTO HH-P GENERAL MORALE, 7EUL,VES, 620, BUT EXACTLY HOW DO VOU PLAN TO USE IT?" 62O IS GOING TO SHOW | S HOW TO TRAP BIRDS } FOR OUR AVIARY. STATE PENITENTIARV HORIZONTAL 1. common value 4. friend of Pythlai 9. public vehicle 32. French friend 13. Zola U. Spanish exclamation 15. strait Jacket* 17.insane 18. title of respect IB.dsUil 21. in front of 24. lids 2T.fourth caliph 28. Greek letter 30. girl's name 31. male offspring 33. weight of India 35. clcatrix 38. fencing swords 38. scarlet 40. Netherlands commune 41.sextet 43. falls to hit 45. auction 46. worthless scrap 47. Japanese porry 49. forcible 54. Uvem 55. coppice 56. sorrow 57. a. swine 58. attempts 5ft. undivided VERTICAL 1. leather moccasin 20. nights before holidays 21. foundations 22. nee to marry 23. executing play at bridge 25. English author 26. a people of eastern Asia 28. air: comb. form 32. a bristle 34. contrition 37. choose 39. funeral songs 42. general trend 44. salnte (abtor.) 47. gratuity 48.cuckoo 50. slender flnlal 51. cardinal number 52. electrified particle 63.a letter MARY WORTH RJGHTIAKDAN ARTI5T HA^ | I AM CUXiOUi ABOUT \ IHt BUSINEW CARD I SAW BY \ CHANCE LMT NIGHT! \ ... WHAT 15 "PYGMAUON, V me: 1 ? IVt fCMilVEN VOU COMPLimV!-..AFTER AIL ·I I WAS A STRANGER.' Gil ANY WORK DOKf, If :p\ LIT EV'UW PASSER- BY A DROP ill TO WATCH ME! INi-ILL APOLOGI7E FOR TURNINC VM AWAV THAT NiGHT BY DOINfl A HEAD OT YOU 1 . - Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 3UZ SAWYER/ IMMINE MEETIKO V VOL) IN HOHG KON6.' RE«EMB£RME? POOR MITZI... A WIPOW WITH THREE CHILDREN... ITMUSTFJE TOUGH FINPING THEM A FATHER. BOY, HAVE I GOT MYSELF INTO A JAM... AND I-VE GOT TO GET OUT/ IF WIYI COULD THINK OF A KVTE WAY TO DO IT. I'M J.J. RITCH, PRESIDENT OF FRONTIER OIL WHEN YOU WERE TKOUBIE-SHOOIIW FOR US. ne of lolitloa: tl mlnlet. (0 INT, Klnr FMturu Synd., Inc.) Today's Almanac Lincoln and Andrew johnson to head the ticket. By United Press International Today is Wednesday, June 1, Ihe 158th day of 1967 with 207 to fallow. The moon is between its last quarter and new phase. The, morning slar is Saturn, ' The. evenings stars areMercu- ry, Jupiter, Venus and Mars. Born on this day in 1778 was British fashion experl George "Beau" Brummell. On this day In history: In 18G4, delegates meeting in Baltimore for the Republican convention nominated Abraham In 1909, Mary Pickford made her motion picture debut In "The Violin Maker of Cremona." In "1948, GeD.'Ei6enhWef took up his duties as 'president 'of Columbia University in New York City. A thought for the day . . . British statesman Join Morley said: "It is not enough to do good. One must do it the right way." BLQNDII Present Arms two pretty ways -- coolly capped In the same fabric as the dress, or tn an airy while eyelet contrast. Look fresh all day. summer. Printed Pattern 4C52: Half Sizes 121.2. 1414. It to. !«'.!. 20'4. 22',i. 21^, Size takes 2'4 yards 45-inch fabric. SIXTY-FIVE CENTS in coins for each pattern--add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of Pattern Dept., 243 \Vesl 17th St.. New York, X.Y. 10011. P r i n t N A M E . A D D R E S S with ZIP, SUE and STYLE N U M B E R . Summer s Fashions arc a JOV FOR ALL SIZES! See 115 styles. 2 free hat patterns. fabrics, accessories in new Spring-Summer Pattern Catalog. Gift Coupon for tree pattern in Catalog. Send 505 Hatlo's They'll Do It Every Time : YEARS KLVAQLW H^S TRIED TO GET HIS WIFE ON THE BRINY SO HE COULD SHOW OFF PISCATOR1ALLV- .VHV OO -rtXJ HAVE TO CALL DOT «ISHT AFTER AUKING TO H£?R FOR A MA lift \ HOUR?''' 1 CM, WE DO THATODSr IN CASE ONE 0- US HA BOMETH'NS ELSE WE FORGOT TO TALK ABOUT E FINALLY DECIDED TO HUMOR HIM- · · SO WHO CATCHES A BOATFUL AND WHO SITS AND POUTS? RIX MOROAN 1 -1 DON'T ) HAVE AMY-N THINS AGAINST ) HFE.CLARK: ' BUT WE.NPY5 NOT JUST INTEKESTEP IN ,-. WIL-SHE'S IN I SOMEHOW SENSE THAT VOU RESENT YOUR BROTHER'S ~""*'x5n ITS TWAT ! ^C PEEL VML'S TOO OLP FOR HER -- THEyKE ON DIFFERENT IWTELLEaUAL LEVELS .' IM SURE ITS AN INFATUATION WITH WIL / IT DOE6 SO.WETHINS TO HiS E60 TO FEEL THAT ISN'T THA SOMETHIN6 FOR WIL AMP W£NUY ~-v /ANOTHERONE! ^ I THIS IS FUN.' ) .WHAT HAVE YOU I AGAINST WENDY' SHE'S ONE OF THE FINEST PERSONS I'VE KNOWN, AGATHA.' / DOESNT THIS MAKE YOU WANT TO GO FI5HIN WITH ME, HON? IF VOU GO JUST ONCE, VOU'LL LOVE IT- NO, THANKS ONE DEEP-SEA DISTURBER TO A FAMILY IS ENOUGH DECIPE ?! AyCLJNGER WOMAN MIGHT BE INT£?E5TEP IN HIM/ HOW CAN YOU SAY SUCH AN AWFUL THING? I GUESS I'VE JUST OT A SUSPICIOUS MIND OH, I LOVE WISHING WELLS--, GET CHANGE HERE LET'S DROP | r-'NOT MEA COIN i } / IT'S JUST ( A RACKET ^---DONALD DUCK 7 /WISHING \ DIP yOU GETM MATCHING DAISXA TO WRAP j THEAA!/ BEETLE BAILEY / NOW \ Wf4AT ru. TO /VWXE FUN OP MV 6T6W THE FLINTSTONES ANJP OUT... / PEBBLES A /THERE'S THAT purrs'LITTLE I LOONDEK WHAT 1000.0 HAPPHF I WALKED-OVER TO HER !BK,fW WARM A8WP STOP THINKING ABOUT THINGS Ll«£ -^-,

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