The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 11, 1966 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

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Pa|« fourteen — BlytheviUe (Ark.) Courier News — Friday, November 11, 19M ^ Hubby Has 7-Year Itch Van K3u DEAR ABY: My husband is in the retail business. I am strictly a wife and mother There is a very attractive woman .who comes to town am calls on my husband for busi ness reasons. She stays at the hotel for several days at a time. When she's in town my husband doesn't even know he has a family. He has all his meals with her and keeps ridiculously late hours. This woman is married, has a family and is about 10 years older than my husband. Her husband must trust her implicitly to let her travel the way she does. My husband seems "preoccupied" lately, and is considerably less romantically inclined. We've been married for six years and were very happy — until now. Do you believe in a woman's intuition? Or am I unjustly suspicious? I need advice, Abby. LUMP IN MY THROAT DEAR LUMP: Your husband appears to have a premature case of the seven- year-itch. Don't scratch the "evidence." Let him know you are jealous, suspicious, and unwilling to put up with any philandering. 'uren iillllllMIMUIlMMIIIIlllllllllllllllUIBIIIIIIIIIIIummNUuLillllllUBIIIt DEAR ABBY: We need help desperately! Last summer a new family moved into our neighborhood which is in one of the nicer suburbs of FUTURE OIL BIGS such as this drawing depicts, may make it possible to send roughnecks to the bottom of the ocean while searching for oil or natural gas. Using the above concept, one of several being considered, the rig would be enclosed in a watertight shell and lowered to the sea floor by inflatable rubber floats. this city. These people are a disgrace They let their yard go'until the weeds were nearly three feet tall. They haven't washed their windows since they moved in. They have dogs, which they have trained to use everyone's yard but their own. And to top it off, they hang their wash in their LIVING ROOM WINDOWS! They have no draperies, and it can be seen from the street. This is a high class, respectable neighborhood, Abby. Everyone else takes pride in his house and yard. What can we do with people like this? SICKENED NEIGHBORS DEAR NEIGHBORS: First, call on these neighbors and recite your complaints directly to them. If that doesn't bring results, ask a lawyer if these people have a right to impose that kind of eyesore and inconvenience (the dogs!) on their neighbors. The lawyer's fee could be split up among the offended neighbors, and might be well worth it. Astrological Forecast By Ozrroll Righter (HcNHiht Iy»4iwt«, U«.t •• determln. yoor forecast, nott •angraph opposite dates wblcv &elud» jour birth 4at«. SATURDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: Today finds you under beautiful influences to do well almost anything that requires a combination of shrewdness and manual dexterity. You would be wise to let others se you are equiped with more than usual ability to help them get what they want without their feeling obligation. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Get in touch with both those you owe money to and vice versa and make right arrangement with all. Get worries off your mind. Evening can then be ideal with your loved one. Buy some thoughtful little gift. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Lengthy discussion into policy matters with associates will help much in everyday opera- lions. Show true cooperation. Find new ways to get the ear of tiigher-ups. Then put over your ideas in a clever fashion. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Plan your regular work more intelligently so that you a r ready for the big steps that ar to be taken during the comin week. Plan improvements now This also holds true w h e r health is concerned. MOON CHILDREN (June 2 to July 21) An early start a meeting new and interesting people, garnering data yoi need, is fine. Clever person give you fine ideas. Follow them quickly and you make bi: headway. Show you are ambi tious. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21 Family looks to you for greater security and harmony, so don' disappoint them; put ideas to work quickly. Be very cooper alive. Be more willing to pleasi those around you, whether in business world or in persona life. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) You are able to gel into certain activities that are not possible to you during busy work week; make fine arrangements for such, then be off to fun places with friends. Enjoy regular Sat urday night hobby. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You have the opportunity now get real estate and other moldings improved so that you feel pride of ownership, increase its value. Add to feeling of security. This is very important right now. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) DEAR ABBY: If baby-sitters ever form a union, these rules should be included: (1) Time and a . half for people who come home later than they say they will. (I don't mind if they're half an hour, or even 45 minutes late, folks who say they'll be lome "around midnight" and ;hen trail in at 3 a.m. should jay some sort of penalty.) (2) Nonmembers of the fam- ly who are "added" to the sitter's care at the last minute should not be looked after j ree. (This goes for neighbors md relatives who leave their children to "play" with those n the sitter's care.) (3) Everything a sitter is xpected to do should be spelled out. Sitters shouldn't be ex- )ecled to do the ironing just jecause there is a basket of clothes to be ironed and the ihildren have been put to bed. If sitters and those who hire them had a better understand- ng of the above mentioned, everyone would be a lot hap- )ier. NEEDED BUT CHEATED •csw SHIRTS, SHIRTS SHIRTS "We guarantee fhe finest looking shirt in town at lowest prices/' «. or 6 lor $1.00 • No other charges • On hangers or folded • Delivered or at our plant or branch on Airbase Hwy. Charge Accounts Welcome! The white - faced gibbon can iver a distance of 40 feet in a ngle leap, and has been known to capture flying birds. "Appearance At Its Best" Ph. PO 3-4343 You are feeling very dynamic and can accomplish a great deal, either in business or in a social way. Stop angling so much. Try the direct, honest approach and you find you get right results. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) You can garner the data you need very easily at this time, and you can also gain certain longed lor aims. Be sure to help one who needs your assistance badly. This leads to wonderful things in the future. CAPRICORN (Dec. 2 to Jan. 20) Corresponding or visiting with those who can give you a new slant on how better to gain your objectives is wise in A.M. Repay social obligations willingly, too. Then you gain your aims more quickly. A pelican's pouch can hold 3.5 gallons. Some 400,000 book titles are produced each year. 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