Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on June 14, 1967 · Page 12
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 12

Nampa, Idaho
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Wednesday, June 14, 1967
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Idaho Free Press 4 CaldweH News-Tribune, Wednesday. Astrological Forecast By Carroll Righter GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day and evening la spend your ti«t accomplishing a great deal thai has to do with (he busy ·(fairs of everyday livinit. Take lime out logel t h o s e w h o represent you t o l e t y o u k n o w h o w they are du- inf. Attend to all kinds of c o r r e s p o n d e n e e , stale- m e n t s, rep o e t s , contracts getting i n n e e d e d *uppite.. Carroll Rlghter ARIES: (Mar. 21 lo Apr. IS) Much can be accomplished whether al home, in business civic or artistic endeavors today. Later, study wardrobe well and see where you can make improvement. Don't be embarrassed because of a button missing or a run in your slocking. TAURUS: (Apr. 20 lo May 20) Being at your mosl attractive beat jives others a chance lo cater to you more now. First handle important business matters, Ihtn get in touch with fine friends. A most happy day and evening for you. GEMINI: (May 21 to June 21) There is a mountain of odds and ends lo be done at home, so Xtt busy al them and you find happiness in accomplishment. Await a heller day for recreation. You must first get kin perfectly satisfied. MOON CHILDREN: (June 22 to July 21) Anything you wish to do that makes others appreciate your finest talents is good. Regular associates appreciate your finest qualities and give 4512 SIZES 10-18 full cooperation. Make projircs easily. I.EO: (July 22 lo Aug. 21) Plan what you t h i n k is best thai w i l l give you greater monetary security in A.M. and then specify lo others. They can fit right into Ihe picture nicely. Put that new budget to work w i t h n u l f u r t h e r procrastination. VIRGO: (Aug. 22 to Sepl. 22) Take (hose t r e a t m e n t s that help you lo he more attractive and then out lo see Ihe people who will appreciate you. You have imly l« ask fur favors and they are yours. He c h a r m i n g and ciiurtcinis. though. LIBRA: (Sepl 23 lo Oct. 22) If you will carry t h r o u g h with plans for cementing belter rela- lions with others, they will nol accuse you of shirking your share of responsibilities. Romance is O.K. tonight. Don'l bran about il, t h o u g h t . SCORPIO: (Ocl. 23 to Nov. 21) You have an opportunity lo tie I in touch w i t h a bigwig for backing of some project in which you are highly experienced. Be pleasant with other ptrsonalilies. They also give supporl you want. SAGITTARIUS: (Nov. 22 (o Dec. 21) Some tall t h i n k i n g shown you how to become more successful in almost any sphere of your endeavor. .Many conditions come into the open lh»t leveal how lo gel more backing for your ideas, projects. CAPRICORN: (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You have many projecls on hand through which you car benefit greatly by much angling with a good pal. Read your paper and other periodicals for ideas for advancement. Accept only Ihe most practical. AQUARIUS: (Jan. 21 lo Feb. 19) Closest tic wants you lo perform certain (asks and it would be well lo acquiesce for (he sake of peace in the family. Be sure to gel your work done before you dash out for fun and relaxation. He steady. PISCES: (Feb. 20 lo Mar. 20) Much discussion is imperative if you are lo ameliorate association matters or any other dealings w i t h others. Asking questions Is besl method for knowing accurately what your position is with others. Don't hesitate. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he. or she will he one of (hose fascinating young V/OUL7 YOU TO JUfrf AMP CROSSWORD - - - By Eugene Shcffcr WELL! IT'S SO NICE TO B6 FREE AGAIN AND SO GOOO TO SEE VOU CHIN OULLARS FOR US AT THE END OF THE TRIP. CHIN CHILLAR. NICE TO SEE HORIZONTAL 1, Island eaat of Java 5. Droop 8. Perala 12. Wtngllke 13. Period of time 14. Not any 15. Western city 16. Weaken gradually 17. Skeletal part 18. Drama dlvliloni 20. Overacted 22. Discharge 24. Conjunction 25. Germ 28. Syatem- atize 33. Past 34.IOJ 35. Lair 38. Disputes 39. Curve 40. Paid notice 41. Charles Lamb 43. Laminae 47. Part of the foot 51. Undulate 52. Light VERTICAL 2. Obstacles 2. Fish sauce 3. Country path 4. Pressed 5. Court sittings 6. Macaw 7. Yawn 8.Innate 9. Source 10. British Queen 11. Require 19. Printer's measure. 21. Extinct bird 23. Banal 25. Pouch 26. Selt 27. An eternity 29. Young goose 30. Fish 31. Buddhist sect 32. Conclude 37. Native ability 38. Netherlands commune 39. Sewed loosely 42. At home 43. Graceful bird 4*. Arrived 45. The birds 46. Boil slowly 48. Occasion 49. Ireland 50. A wine 53. Turkish officer MARY WORTH brown M. Novice 55. So be It 56. Ovum 57. Arabian chieftain 58. Cozy place 59. Had been 60. Slight depression LET* JIKT FORGET THE WHOU THING, W.MONROE: ; -,,{£· WHAT M I OWE WU FOR. A i.^ ·HE--1HE INSULTS' HONEY! WITH TIME wo HAXD WORK I CAN NAVt VOUNG DUAND KEG til K6 YOU FOR A DATE! BUT HE'O WAIX OUT OH SOPHIA IOREN IF 5HE Answer to yesterday's puzzle TRAVEL.' L MOU KAUY THINK ^~ ii VOU T EVERYTHING BUT A SIMPLY H/W£ PRET7V WIFE TO 1 VflttT f( Y AND TO THINK.' WE'RE EATING T ISPARENO : SUPERR VFROW PIATES OF SOLIp GOLD,/ EXPENSE, DIMMER, »«r?s«M t.,';.!.nyummxxOSS^. M OEA.R. . #R. RITCH \/A/-UTCM ^ w ' n l ; vcn* nu».i; YflCHTS. H HOWKINPOFYOU. WHAT A LUCKY WIFE SHE'P BE.' (C Mi?, Kill Futures Syna., Inc.) Today's Almanac _ By United Press International Today ; s Wednesday, June 14, although loo much concern may be shown for minute detail, the The moon is between Us new chart is fine for whatever has phase and first quarter to do with research analysis, Th mornlng star is Saturn. ^Sr^' ^Lt^ The evening 'stars are Mercu- feiish-here. · - · ; -' ry, Venus, Marsand Jupiter. "The Stars impel, they'dcrhbt Born on this day in 1811 was. cniapel." What you make' of Harriet Beecher Stowe,' author yoOr life is largely up lo YOU! of "Uncle Tom's Cabin." Carroll RiRhler's Individual On this day in history- forecast for y o u r sign for July i_ 171 r u.- i, n ii' A «..-,, is now ready. For your copv . "" ula TM united States send your b i r l h d a t e and 81.00 lo Arm X *as founded when Carroll Righler ForecastC name Congress authorized tberecrult- of newspaper). Box 1921, Holly- ing of lo companies of riflemen wood 28. California. to In 1771, the Stars ana Stripes became the national flag. In 1940, the Germans entered Paris at dawn. In 1951, Republican Sen. Joseph McCarthy of Wisconsin charged Defense S e c r e t a r y George Marshall with having "common cause" with Josef. Stalin of Russia during, and after World War n. BLONDIE 0 I f HOW ABOUT THIS 1111 SAXIPCJAJA GAt-ACIFOLJA? WHAT'S THE GOOD OC HAVI NO A FRIEND VOO CANfT ~ INTRODUCE TO ANTV8OOV?. wrr/ DONT ttXJ TAKE HOMF A PLANT , A thought lor the day; American writer Henry Davis Thoreau said: "Philanthropy is almost the only virtue which is sufficiently appreciated by mankind." Ratio's They'll Do It Every l'ff\ GETTING CLOSER- I HM5 NO, 213- OH, WELL- I SOTTA, WIN SOMETME.' WINNER OF THE 1967 FISHTWL- NO. ^^9··· REX MORGAN, M.D I SHOULCNT BE MORE THAN THIRTY MINUTES, JODIE.' THEN WALTER CAN DRIVE ME TO THE AlETORT AND TAKE YOU BACK TO THE OFFICE ' SENP A COPY OF THAT LETTER TO MARItSON JODIE WELL WHAT DOM3U KNOW" THAT'S ME PROCEEDS TO GO TO THE OFFICE fflRLS BCWLINS TEAM" WINNER OF THE SALT WATER TAFFY- NO. 87- AT LAST/ TOW/ HIS LUCK ITPID? WHAT'D HE SET? OH, BOY--THAT'S THEY FINALLY GOT THAT WINDOW RAISED THAT WAS STUCK BURGLARS HAVE BEEN DONALD DUCK GEE, NO, WE'Rf PLAYING AIRLINER! THE BOYS ARE QUIET- -) WATCH1N6 T V^I'LL SET// BE-WE BANNED T V FOR TWO WEEKS.' BEEUE BAILEY rrS A PLACE TMB MSH CAM FIND ANP WHiM THSV FEEU TriE PRB55URE ALL \ THESE ' VSARS.,. AlWAYS LEAVE CHAPEl. POOROPSN, THE HINTSTONES ...WELL...ALMCW EVEFfYTHINQ / WErvE LAND...THE SEA... AND THE AIR... HI.5NOCIV, OL' PAL...H(W'S tiWIAKW MT'TCe'RlS' "MS SHCSTSTCP? KwerpE? A a«A«o« Dart-shaped dress with a knack lor looking great everyday, every way. Whip It up In a few hours In a glowing print. Make It again as a jumper with blouse. P r i n t e d P a t t e r n 4512: Misses' Sliea 10.12. H. 16. IS. Size H takes 2% yds. 45-ln. SIXTY-FIVE CENTb In coln» for each pattern--add 15 ceula for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of Idaho Free Press Paltern Dept. 213 West 17lh St., New York, X.Y. 1U011. P r i n t N A M E , A D D R E S S with ZIP, SIZE and STYLE N U M B E R . Summer's Fashions are a JOY FOR ALL SIZES! See 115 styles. 2 free hat patterns, fabrics, accessories In new Spring-Summer Pattern Catalog. Gift Coupon for free pattern In Catalog. Send ECU

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