The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1966 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 13, 1966
Page 10
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BfrtevUI* (Ark.) Couri«r Kew» Astrological Forecast By Oimll WEDNESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: A 'beautiful day and evenin for making all material arrangements which concern anythin of a property nature, as well a accounts, savings, Christina funds and similar matters. Yo have' a very constructive ap prpach to almost every situa tibn 'facing you and can cer tainly organize the future wisely. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19 Concentrate on improving you career and if you feel yo- •hbuld get an advancement, as your employer for one. Hand ing some civic matter wisely can be very helpful. Gain th prestige that you desire. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20 Concentrating on novel plan 8nd interesting persons will add a fine glow to your present exis tence, and give you a chance tr get'.ahead in the near future contact persons who are a Short distance from town. Make plans. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21 Follow through with hunches which will lead you. to better understanding with everyone Show admiration for their idea's, plans. Be analytical in al of 'your affairs and they thrive much better. MOON CHILDREN (June 2! to .July 21) You are inspired Trith such fine ideas that associates will be favorably to pressed, if you expound them quietly. Later, step out to din ner,,etc. together. Cement rela tio.ns more ideally. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21] Study conditions around you and. then get busy and improve them, even if it is only a matter of scrubbing the floors nicely Talk with mate; co - worker partner more reasonably. Then yoir get right results. .VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Close ties should be remembered with thoughtful gifts, gestures, if you want to have greater harmony with them, increase happiness. Bring out your finest talents. Then you make greater progress. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Seriously studying necessities for making home a more bar monious and comfortable place •will see you originating fine ideas. Get rid of whatever is useless, obsolete. Be ambitious and you accomplish a great deal. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Excellent new ideas occur to you so that you can make routine work more interesting, profitable and you should discuss them with associates on this free day. Be sure to get caught up on correspondence. Be brief, but precise. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) You are inspired with few ideas that help to increase income in the days ahead, nol in one lump sum but regularly. find ways to improve any property you may have. Plan to make the repairs that are necessary. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Planning early precisely what you wish to do brings to you your most cherished aims Be decisive. Others are in a good mood but you have to be the one to ask for favors. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) There are some rather secretive matters you have to attend to today do not confide in those who could spoil your finest plans. A practical attitude ' is your best bet. Then you get right results. PISCES .(Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Dress very nicely and call on those persons who can be helpful to you in either business or personal matters. Some new and fascinating personality can come into your life. Much happiness can come from this later on. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he, or she, will be a most practical individual who has great organizational prowess and will early start building a firm foundation of a material and financial nature. Give spiritual training early so ftat the success in this chart will be more than doubled, and old age can become a wonderfully philanthropic one, the life very • happy and satisfying. A full • grown ocean sunflsh m*y attain a length of 11 feet •ltd weigh as much u * ton. .American Indian! have contributed about 50 plants to 20th- y pharmacy. ^ Gossip Not Worth Bother Van teu •ren CHcNaniot »y»Ms«» »•*•• iiiiuuiuiiini iiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiniiiiinniii mini iiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiittiiiii!iiii»iiuii»«i«nuiiinn>nuiii«ini«i >llllllin111 DEAR ABBY: I guess we are never too old to need advice. I am a 68-year-old widow who for the last two years has been keeping company with a 73-year-old widower. He has invited me to attend a Shriners' convention with him in Hawaii in January. He has a .good friend about his age who has a lady friend about my age. The two boys said they could room together and we two girls could room tgether. Does, this sound all right to you, Abby? Or do you think people will tak? UNDECIDED DEAR UNDECIDED: This sounds perfectly all right to me. And if people talk, they're just jealous. DEAR ABBY: You probably won't believe this, but I am 15 years old and need a bra, but my mother won't buy me one. She Mys I don't really need one. She makes me wear a T-shirt like my brothers. Abby, I tried on my girl friend's bra and it was a 36-B and it fit me perfect. I hate to go to gym because If the other girls see my T- shirt they will make fun of me, so I say I have a headache or a stomachache and I skip as many gym classes as I can. I have missed so much gym I might not get a credit. Please help me, Miss Abby, I can't talk to my mother. NEEDS A BRA DEAR NEEDS: Go to your gym teacher, dear, and tell her the truth. If it's difficult to "find the words" — show her this column... She'll understand, 1,11 bet your problem will be solved within two weeks. If it isn't, write to your mother. • letter to yow mother. DEAR ABBY: Some women complain that they don't get to go to the Christmas parties given by their husbands' companies. Myproblemii just the opposite. Our company puts on a big Christmas party for the em- ployes. There are always about 200 people there, husbands and wives. It is a very respectable party with a fine dinner at the best hotel, and they even have an orchestra and entertainment. Everyone looks forward to it. My wife refuses to go. She says she doesn't know the people, she is not thirsty, and she'd only be bored. I am afraid if I don't show up my boss and co-workers will be insulted. Should I go alone? .What should I tell the others?. Last year I went alone and •aid my wife was sick. ; EMBARRASSED DEAR EMBARRASSED: If yon feel that year boss and co-worken would be "Insulted" by your absence — go alone. And if anyone asks where your wife is, say she's "sick." (She is, in a way.) DEAR ABBY: This is for "OUT OF IT," who was disgusted with .the two teen-age girls who returned to school the day after their mother died. "OUT OF IT" obviously has had no experience with that sort of thing, and she is fortunate. When my husband died I went back to work the day after his funeral. I am sure I must have been criticized behind my back, but it didn't matter. Had! sat home, grieving over my loss I would have lost my mind. My only salvation was in : keeping busy, busy, busy. Sign me... OVER IT Troubled? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90069. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self - addressed envelope. For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding," send $1.00 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90069. Riding Academy Join In on the f un.. come on out and rent a horse for only SI.50 per hour. SAM HER Ph. JO 4-2848 1 Miles SE Big Lake Bridge HAMMOND ORGANS-PIANOS BILL UURS1 ORGAN STUDIO Plaza Shopping Center • Hi. I-I9W HERMON JONES BUSINESS MEN'S ASSURANCE CM, 1420 Onion Ate • Phone 274-MOO Urmpnli i. TennwM Call for FTM Consultation, insurance [or tatatt piannlnt KB; uan. tonnerahlp an corporation Oroup. Pension. 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