Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on June 17, 1967 · Page 10
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Idrio Free Press 4 Caldwell News-Tribune, Saturday, June 17,1967 M Astrological Forecast By Carroll Righter Carroll Righter ( i E X R H A L T E S I I K X C I E S : A lieauliful S a l u r d a v -- Imlh day and e v e n i n g -- for w h a l i ' v e r has In du w i t h celling alone h e l l e r w i l h your asscu'iali'S and f o r making ever y i h i n p a b u u I y o u m o r e a l t r a c l i v e hy aildini; some beauty, color or c u l - t u r e t lie rein and for what ever due-; require t u n i n s up and being made more at- I r a c t i v e . B e r o m a n t i c , h a p p y A K I E S : (Mar. :!l tn A|r. 19) Ideal lime for w o r k i n g i'IIicinil- ly with associates a! fascinalinj; oullels. Recuncilini; "illi I he opposition is a wise idea. also. You i h e n g a i n t h e i r respect and hecome far more successful. T.U'RL'S: (Apr. 20 tn .May 20) You are now able to make y o u r s u r r o u n d i n g s as altraclive as t h e Child of Venus r e a l l y w a n t s them to be. You deserve bettor l h a n you have. A co-worker wilt be most a n v i o u s to assisl you in this, lie h a p p y . GEMINI: (May 21 to J u n e 21} Showing others t h a t you are wise enough to m a k e life of those you love moie effective, happy, serves as an inspiration to Ihcm, also. Make new f r i e n d s via t h e social or recrealional channel. Strive for p o p u l a r i t y you deserve. MOON C H I L D R E N : (June 22 to July 21) Look a b o u t y o u r home and decide w h a t s h o u l d be done to make it more com- f o r t a b l e , clean and c h a r m i n g . Then have nice persons in for d i n n e r and m a k e a good impression. A good d a y to i n v i t e the boss in, too. I.KO: ( J u l y T to Auj;. 21) M i i M i i n K is hesl for y o u r shopping and g a l l i n g other S a t u r d a y chores nicety h a n d l e d and you then h a v e lime f o r hein^ w i l h conj!i-nials. lie sumcw hal d r a m - atic in s u p p i i r l i n t ; allies. I'leasr them no end. V I R C O : (AuK. 22 to Sept. 22) I'lan how lo increase i n c o m e and discuss new ideas w i t h an e \ p e r l in business. You can be far more successful l h a n in ( t i e pasl. Repairing p r o p e r l y now van save you m u e h money in the days a h e a d . L I B R A : (Sept. 2:1 to Oct. 22) Ideal day to make big strides along .social lines, accomplish w h a t has been impossible to you before this. You will he able lo pel support for some \I\SL project you have in m i n d . Bigwig w i l l be a m e n a b l e lo y n u r suggestions. SCORI'10: (Ocl. 23 lo Xnv. 21) Energetically gel i n t o personal duties (hat are i m p o r t a n t to you right now, as well a* interesting. Plan your affairs so t h a i you have greater h a p p i n e s s in days ahead. He mnsl r o m a n - lic in I'.M. SAGITTARIUS: (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Comrades know w h a t y o u r greatest needs are and will g l a d l y assist you in a t t a i n i n g y o u r aims. He willing to accepl righl favors. Good day to repay social o b l i g a t i o n s t h a t have long been overdue, CAPRICORN: (llec. 22 to Jan 20) Ideal day lo gel civic duties performed, as well as come in contact w i l h the in- f l u e n t i a l , a n d t h e n complete lasks at hand. Doing some f a v o r for another ivill gain you hacking. Be interested in Iheir am- bilious. A Q U A R I U S : (Jan. 21 lo Feb. 19) Doing something lhat will help new c o n t a c t s to warm up to you is good, as well as Ihose whose ideas differ lo yours. Some i n v e s t i g a t i n g i n t o new philosophies can he v e r y help- f u l , also. Make t h i s a p r o d u c - tive day. PISCES: (Feb. 20 lo Mar. 20) Y o u r h u n c h e s arc precise now you can do mueh lo gel b o t h personal and business affairs on a m u c h better basis. He resourceful. Be devoted lo closcsl tie. This can b r i n g h a r m o n y that nas difficult before. IF YOUR CHILD [S BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be sueh a delightful c h i l d t h a t others will want to spoil your progeny, but teach early not to accept favors without showing g r a t i t u d e and repay kindnesses in some ethical way, t h e others may not want it lhal way at all. Teach to be cooperative with fellow men and not be demanding. T h e n success is finer "The Stars impdl, Ihey do not compel." W h a t you make of y o u r life is largely up to YOU! Carroll Righter's I n d i v i d u a l Forecast for your sign for July is now ready. For y o u r copy- send your h i r t h d a t e and SI.00 to Carroll Righter Forecast (name of newspaper), Box 1921, Holly, wood 28. California. FOR SHEER ALLURE, aew a lace or net cage to (lent freely ever Its own attached sill) of a dress benenth. Essy-seir. enormous audience Impact! Printed Pattern 4731: Hal* Sizes 12'.i. H 1 ::.' l^Mi- IS'.i, 20^4, 22'.!.. Size 15'^ cage 2% yds. lo-in.: slip 2H yds. 39-ln. 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Feudal noble 32. Salutation 33. Thing (law) 34. Born 35. Water, fells 38. Rtdcr's need 39. Father (slang) 40. Greek letter 42. Slobber 45. Loftier 49. Routine 50. Part of circle 52. Tree trunk 53. Above 54. Payable 55. Doctrines 56. Nuisance SOMEBOCrYTOOKMV ORWTWG MONEY? AFTER WE HABTHE MONEY WE CAN REMOVE THE CA6E AND USE THIS VEHICLE FOR A LOT OP BUSINESSJ LIKE HEIST A WAD IN CHI AND BE IN NEPAL IN - MINUTES. WHAT SAY, CHIN CHIULAR? VERTICAL 1. Enact 2. Incite 3. Winglike 4. Send back 5. Countersign MARY WORTH Answer to yesterday's puzzle. Avw;etlme of solution: 24 mlndlti. (S 1967, Ktnsr Features Synd., Inc.) pronoun 24. Resin 25. Topaz hummingbird 26. Reprieves 28. Letter 29. Perfumes 30. Biblical name 31. Lair 36. Secret 37. Monkey 38. Hare 41. Toward 42. Let fall 43. Ramble 4*. Female 46. Mislay 47. Shade trees 4S. Remainder 51. Repent IPREFERTO A CHARM 19 THINK!-. MOLD KHOOL i* WES, MM. WORTH; MR,MONROE?] -Jl" M I «UJ L\ JA ClAV! UHt PKOTIHOT H W FAIR LfvDV ~T. coiD-BLOODio SCIENTIST! -- WHOUSEOA6IRI W A GUIHEAPUI-IMAU HAWNt« HAPPEN TO BUZ SAWYER N: BIB'S A)R-ffi!^T*^"jJC.» "CBAFT CARRIER " " " I SAILS f OR IK STATES. 1*K Today's Almanac By United Press International Today is Saturday, June 11, the 168th day of 1967 with 197 to follow. The moon is between its first quarter and full stage. The morning star is Saturn. The evening stars are Mercury, Mars, Venus and Jupiter. Born on this day in 1921 was William Anderson, commander of the submarine "Nautilus," the first to make an undersea crossing of the North Pole. On this day in history: In 1715, 3,500 British soldiers attacked 1,000 American patriots on Bunker Hill across the Charles River from Boston. The British lost more than 1,000 men and the Americans lost 441, In 1928, Amelia Earhart became the first woman to fly across the Atlantic In a plane piloted by Wilmer Stultz. In 1953, residents of the Russian-occupied zone of Berlin staged mass anti-Communist riots protesting working and living conditions. In 1965, John Patrick Cody was appointed Roman Catholic archbishop of Chicago. A thought for the day: British poet Sir John Suckling said: "Women are the baggage of life; they are troublesome,andhinder us in the great march, yet we cannot be without them." 1 VOU'RE SURE \ HEY, V MOST GUVS^^ AH, WELL.' | BEIN6ASOOD WHAT WOUIP BE V AIL'S FAIR : SPORT ABOUT /AREXOU \ ftLLKROKESj IN LOVE ='L IT ' y«!fflNIN(ik UP. JULAMP WAR. ABOUTf bLONDII Hatlo's They'll Do It Every T i m e ® VfcEFUL WILCO PREVAILED OKI HIS 1AORN-OUT WIFE TO GO TO THE CLUB DO FOR POP-IN AND POP-OUT--- TONISHT? BUT YOU'RE 9CK.'| WE'LL PUT IN AN APPEARANCE \ MO I WON'T HAVE TIME TO / ANP COME RI6HT HOWE- IT'S IMPORTANT THAT WE SHOW UP--' (SIH) X3U DRIVE- I'LL (SIGH) IN THE- B«X OF THE So WHO'S THE LIFE OF THE WISX5DIKJG AND WAY STILL BE THERE? AW, VOU | GUESSED IT- f^Hjf AN O A TIP OF THE HAT TO HAVE MY HAIR DONE. 1 YOU OUGHT TO JUST REST TILL YOU GET WELL HAPPY BIRTHOAV; REX MORGAN, M.D. ISN'T THAT SWB6T? HE PUTOUT THE CANM-E VV1TW HIS SAiJL KESSLER, POCTOI!.' I KNOW THAT I'M IM- POSINS BUT IT'S URSENT THAT 1 SEE YOU BEFORE I LEAVE TOWN .' rW /VOU WILL BE ABLE T IF IT'S URSEOT-- / TO SEE MY WIFE ) VE6.' I PREFER ( AT HOME THIS f TO SEE A PATIENT V. EVENINS, WONT I FOR THE FIRST TIME --i HERE iN MV OFFICE i ' i PONT THINK THERE'S ANYTHING FWSICALLY WRONG WITH FRAN/ I'/ AFKAIP SHE'S PEVELOPIN SOME SORT OF NEUROTIC PEAKS.' IT'S [GOTTEN TO THE POINT WHERE SHE REFUSES TO LEAVE THE HOUSE' \\ - r FKANKLY, I'M A ' VERY BUSY MAM-ANO ITS INTERFER- JNS WITH AAYViORK/y ^^·', V*!t NANCY DONALD DUCK 1T'6 ABOUT A COW3OV SECRET AGEt^T WHO 13 SPXING ON ALIENS VVHO HAVE LON6 HAIR. IVE GOT AN IDEA FOR A TV SHOW THAT CAN'T MISS! THE FLINTSTONES NOW HERBS AN ECONOMICAL CUT SING FOLKVTHESE'S SONS AND, ARE ON THE LAM! . ONE AAORE THING TO MAKE IT A KIT. ' --fAHfJf- BUSHMII-1-*- j$r f P WHAT'S THE IDEA? BEETLE BAILEY HOW DARE YOU MAKE FUN OF MY POP .__ IF VOll 6!V6 ME A PASS, I SWfAR TU- NEVBR BS ANOD4EK BIT OF TROUBLE TO VOL)/ CROSS AW HfiAKT.' 6-17 TRY TO LJMPtTOTANP MOW MLICri Tt\t6 AAEAhM TO AT TIME. f£pPfi?*«T PATTy 15 HE(?£)ANi rs dmd Ta 6S.T ME OM TME CALi. TeAtf. Hoff Vouue Mis OST CARO. PiEASE POWU HAvtAWfTHl.s

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