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hn Free Press 4 CaWwell News-Tribune, Saturday, June 24,1967 -Astrological Forecast By Carroll Riglitfr Carroll R l g h t c r G E X E H A l . T K S D K X C I K S : (.'hanj;inu a l l i l u d o - t h a i can he guile p e r m a n e n t i n t h e i r n a l u r e are jiniv uf interc-l In or oc- c u r r i H K a h i ) U I j u u . sii lip sure vou t h i n k C ihem in I h k jighl and nui just as some- t h i n K casual. D e l i g h t f u l persons s h o w you I he way d u r i n g I h e d a y l i m e . To- nighl I h i n k i n t e r m s of Uun- l i m e nhliKa- lions. .Ui I K S : (Mar. 21 In Apr. 19) Don't be so concerned w i t h some neu love t h a i you neglect y n u r f r i e n d s und relatives c o m p l e t e l y . Give euch proper respect, (iel nut In some f a m i l y g a t h c r i m ; | n t h e evening l h a t can uriive von del i g h t f u l . T.U'IU'S: (Apr. 20 I n ! M a y 20) If you do mil a t t e n d to c e r t a i n c i v i c mailers you find you lose prestige of bigwigs y n u now enjny and family p o s i t i o n diminishes, lie a l i t t l e n a t t e r i n g with sttme ofliciM for best rc- sulls. Do nnl digress froni what is i m p o r t a n t . G E M I X ! : (Jlay 21 to J u n e 21) Show older* t h a i you are I r u l y interesled i n t h e m a n d w a n t tn assist in t h e i r cron'th in some way fir manner. Slop beinj: t e m p t e d w i t h the u n c o n v e n - tional. Live y c i u r life in as o r l h - udiix a fashion as you can. .MOON C H I L D R E N : ( J u n e 22 lo J u l y 21) Y o u r i n t u i l i o n lakes i o n along m a t e r i a l lines, but you hud better check w i t h an e x p e r l lo make sure you are on t h e right t r a c k . Male desires to have a d i f f e r e n t system used lo handle problems. Do -so. I.KO: ( J n l ) 22 In A U K . 21) (}ui'.lion ; n u r p a r t n e r if J O L J are not s u r e of e x a c t l y w h i i l i* expected of you and t h e n he "ill cnoperale in some plan you have in mini!. Some problem arises w h i c h n u can han- die in an i n l c l l i g o n i w a y . Don't w a s t e lime. V I R G O : (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Impress those w i t h w h o m y o u have some j o i n t project to handle lhat you will more t h a n keep up the full share of the bargain. Tone up y n u r h e a l t h and be more sure yourself. Take riRhl treatments, t h o u g h . L I B R A : (Sept. 23 lo Oct. 22) Take m a l e along w i t h you when Koins out w i t h friends tu c h a r m i n g places lo eal, etc.. and don't get i n l o any unnecessary trouble. Bring some lluuightful gift lo one you Hkv. Come to a belter u n d e r s t a n d - ing. SamiMO: (Od. 2:i to Nnv. 2 1 ) A n y f a m i l y interest s h o u l d he a t t e n d e d to w i t h o u t delay, ami greater happiness brought to kin. One m e m b e r of the clan s h o w s illogical j u d g m e n t . Make allowances for I h i s and c a r r y t h r o u g h \ v i l h w h a t should lie done. SAGITTAIlirS: ( N o \ . ' 2 2 t o Dec. 21) G u o d day to gel those small odd jobs a t t e n d e d lo at h o m e and please k i n , as w e l l as run r r n i n d t . shop. elc. .Make mil a n y i m p o r t a n t s t a t e m e n t s precisely. D o n ' E rush t h r o u g h them at all. C A P R I C O R N : (Dec. 22 l o . I a n . 20) Doing w h a t e v e r will increase i n c o m e is q u i l e easy lo- d a y nnd yon must not delay since s e c u r i t y needs a c e r t a i n a m o u n t of boosting. Make imp r o v e m e n t s to p r o p e r l y as w e l l . Get that new~ sink in if you need il. .MH'AIUl'S: (Jan, 21 lo Keb. 19) Impress olhers w i t h your c h a r m i n g w a y s and gel ;ihead socially t h a t way. Out lo meel everyone w - n r l h w - h i l e you possibly can. G r o u p affairs are v e r y nood for you right at thi- lime, so be gregarious. I'ISCES: (Feb. 20 to .Mar. 20) Find lho.se mistakes m a d e re- c e n t l y and e r a d i c a t e [ h e m in the most e f f i c i e n t way and f i n d a more elfieienl system for t h e f u t u r e . G e t i n f o r m a t i o n y o u r e - i|uiro [ j u i e l l y f r o m olhers. I'm il lo good use. IK VOl'H C H I L I ) IS H O R N TODAY ... he, or she. w i l l be one nf those ink-res!ing young ones who has big ideas and you should encourage progeny lo t h i n k big MI lhal he, tir she, can s c c u m p l i s h a good deal in life. Also. Ibere is ( h e a b i l i t y lo gel at the very runt uf things, w h i c h makes for great success. .Marriage comes early in life n n d f r i e n d s h i p s m a n . * . , "The Stars impel, they do not compel." W h a t ynu m a k e of y o u r life is largely up lo YOl"! Carroll Righler's I n d i v i d u a l Forecast for y o u r sign for J u l is n o w r e a d y . For y o u r copy send y o u r b i r l h d a t e and Sl.QO tii C a r r o l l Kighler Forecast (name of newspaper), llux 1U21. H o l l y , wood 28, California. CROSSWORD - - - By Eugene Sheffer ib 56 27 40 1+ 4b 20 34 54 HORIZONTAL 1. Dross 5. Article 8. Fishing poles 12. Vehicle 3 3. Conflict 34. Bacchanalian cry 15. Furnace 16. International language 17. Strong wind 18. Forced in placo 20. Overflows 22, Con eludes 24. At 25. Mimicker 28. Musical direction 33. Indian unit of weight 34. Twilight 35. Pronoun 36. Takes charge of 39. Release 40. Toward 41. Member of a Moro tribe 43. Beach 47. Revolved 51. Boor 52. Ovum 54. God of discord 55. Conpetent 56. Born 57.Level 58. Letters 59. Affirmative 60. Re- malncler VERTICAL 1. Stove away 2. Bathe 3. Chopped 4. Rogers 5. Twirled 6. Possessed 7. God of love 8. Canadian city 9. Elliptical Answer to yesterday's puzzle. Avrnee HmroTsolollon: 24 mhiltri. (8 1967, King Features Syna., Inc.) Today's Almanac By United Press International Today Is Saturday, June 2-1, the rath toy of 1961 with 190to follow. The moon is between its full phase and last quarter. The morning s!ar is Saturn. The evening stars are Venus, Mars and Jupiter. Born on this day in 1450 was Venetian explorer JohnCabol. On tMs day in history: In 1497, Jolm Cabot reached the shores ot North America. In 1665, Thomas Willett became the first mayor of New York City. r A W ; So"' the I'?"" of siininipr'i new fashions -- the yoked dress buttoned smartly on the side above lines t h n t lightly skim alonp yonr tignre. Printed Pattern 4J44: Halt Slies 12U. UVj. 16W. 1S 12 . 2(H 7 . 2 2 ' j . Size 1'i'j takes :!' s vurds 3!i-inch I'abrit. S I X T Y - F I V E C E N T S in (orpach iiauern--add IS i for each panurn for lirfi- iniiilins nnd special handline. S»nd co Anne Adams, care o( Paiiern Deiii.. 213 West 17th St.. N'ew Vork. N'.V. l ' " ' l l . Print N A M E . A D D R E S S \vl!h ZIP. SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Summer's Piti-luous aiv a - ! f ) V mi! AU. .SIZKS: ...... :i". styler. - free fabrics. ;icce.ipric-.H in r.e^' StTin?-?tun:uiT I'nti-^rii Tata- log. Oii't (."oitjion for free [at- [ern in Catalu^. Send 50c Hatlo's They'll Do It Every Time THE PEOPLE WITH THE BIG STATIOM WAGON WHAT DO THEY TOTE TO THE PICNIC? A AAEDIUrA- SIZED BAG OF POTATO CHIPS'" Q WM PO YOU NTH Trie REST f YOUR T I M E ? I SfcT WM1T TO F=ISHT. | OTWK THKOVJ TArttKUMs f THIS IS THE CORRECT POSITTONINCV BUT LOOK? AUTHORITIES WILL BE LOOKING FOR BRIBERY WELL OBLIGE THEM BY RETURNING HIM TO THE CAR- SHOP. HAT CHIN CHILLAR DOESN'T KNOW IS THAT TRACV AND DIET SMITH ARE NOT FAR AWAY. ONE BILL' MARY WORTH 1 WILL!-WOit! OF HONOR -AflER I FINISH WiTH OK[ VERY SPECIAL CLIENT! HER CME NEEDS MY UNDIVIDED ATTENTION H E R E SHI COKEi M W l - W O \ AIR'.WV I CAN SEE. T-JE R.HU'.fl /"#?· L! ^--- ~*^ HAVE YOU TOO WE - , HANSENJ ABOUT "PYGMAIION,! you TO DO THAT " MR",.hOMH? J. MR.MONHOl AND 500H (ill TAKE THIS ONE. A I'M SOKKY, SIR, ITS ABOUT CLOSING TIME. gur i FOKOT TO girt THE WATCH. THANK VOJ, SIR. ANP 1 DlPN'T MEAN TO BE RUDE JUST KOW WWEK VOU WSTOOK ME fOR A MRS, SAWVER WHO \VA5lOSTflT5Eft. 1W CURIOUS. WOULD VOU MIND TELUKS ME ABOUT HER? ! GLADLY. LETS GET A CUP OF COFFEE, ·BTWSEN \0l AND THAT WATER COOLER.' I f 19 SCANDALOUS.' HOW I PQOWN ON ITS SOT TO STOP.' 10. Child's toy 11. Perceives 19. Printer's measure 21. Swine 23. Accumulates 25. Viper 26. Through 27. Before 29. Revives 30. Conjunction 31. Payable 32. Native metal 37. Declares 38. Electrified particle 39. American painter 42. Behold! 43. Cabbage salad 44. Ale jug 45. Govern 46. Contradict 48. Affection 49. Supplements 50. Force 53. To the right In 1940, moved under Ihecode name "fish," more than $500 million was transported from England to. Canada in the face of a possible Nazi invasion. In 1948, the Soviet Union blockaded the Western zor.es of Berlin, banning all rail and road traffic bet-ween Berlin and Western Germany. A thought lor the day: American humorist Irvin Cobb said: " Echoes, stealing upward, from those beneath the sod; no creed or dogma has produced a satisi'ying God." REX MORGAN, M.D 50 NICE 1 K TAKE WOK BAG UP~VvK? HE 5AIP HE'P N ' ! VVOULC TOSF.EWU'J JO WUR ROOM AND 1 CALL TONI6HT FROM THAT! I I'LL GET PINNER FOR LOS ANSELES ' -- ' ^ KIM' r ! US.' DIP KARL SET /-.. . ^. ..' \ _J^ WHILE THE COUPLE WITH THE LITTLE SPORTS JOB, THEY LUG KE5 OF SUDS, ICE, ICE CREWA, FREEZER AND WHAT HAVE YOU. GIVE ME A HAND--I'M AFRAID I'M GONNA DROP THIS ISN'T EXACTLY WHAT I HAD DONALD DUCK BEETLE BAILEY tiS V\ON'T GO APOo'NP MOKB YEAH, EVEN HE K FAT FLOATS/ THE FLINTSTONES THEY'RE A LOVELY | J NOW WHAT COUPLE. BUT W.AKEG VOU IT'LL NEVER LAST/ I I THINK THAT ? . IVE 607 TO! I'VE 60TTO 6HOJ THE KIPS IM THIS CMP THATl'MNOTACCMftETeaOf 1

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