The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 31, 1967 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 31, 1967
Page 5
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Blylheville (Ark.) Courier News — Tuesday, January 31, 1967 — Page Hvt ii V an <M;Naueat syndicate IDC.) DEARABBY: We are a Iwo- car family. 1 have my car and Satn has his. When Sam's car is dowr. to its last ounce of gasoline, he borrows MY car, and leaves me with an empty tank. Then when Sam has used up all the gas in MY car, he gives it back to me and I can barely make it to the filling station. How can I teach him a lesson, Abby? This one fault of his drives me crazy. Otherwise he is a faithful, hard-working, sober, good-natured, generous guy. Any advice? BERT DEAR BERT: Yes. keep your lip zippered. With all those virtues he's entitled to one iisy-bitsy fault. DEAR ABBY: I have a bachelor friend who is a respected professor in his com- munity. He often entertains his friends at his apartment, which is situated next to the laundry room. Invariably, when all the guests are comfortably seated and in the midst of an interesting conversation, the professor announces, "As long as we're sitting, I may as well run a load of laundry thru." Then he starts banging around looking for soap, gathering his laundry, and running next door with his quarters for the machine. When he returns, the conversation is resumed until "bleach time." After all the cycles are finished, the professor absents himself once more to "hang" hia laundry. The last time this took place I told him I thought he was extremely rude. Was I wrong to coracJain? Or is it considered proper for a host to do his laundry while entertaining guests? MIFFED DEAR MIFFED: "Professor Clean" should do his laundry on his own time. And if you think he's rude, say, "No soap to his next invitation. DEAR ABBY: I don't object so much to a person's having a smoke at the dinner tabe after a meal, but how about people who come to the table smoking a cigar or cigaret and continue to smoke between courses, thru the entire dinner? It spoils-the meal for me, but I hate to say anything for fear of being throught a crab. Is there any subtle way of letting these rude smokers know how annoying their smoking it? DEAR NO: Why be "subtle?" Tell your inconsiderate neighbor that his smoke signals are intertcrring with the enjoyment of your dinner, and would he mind holding off until after dinner to foul the atmosphere. CONFIDENTIAL TO HARRY N. IN DUXBURY, MASS: I appreciated your remarks more than you known. Never, hesitate to criticize me. I have learned more irom cri- Astrological * Forecast * . By CARROLL RIGHTER To determine your tort-cast, noto paragraph opposite dates wbicb Include vour birth date. WEDNESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: Until evening pretty adverse aspects are in effect and it is wise that you spend .all possible time carrying through with what you have agreed to do for influential persons and for getting your health in better shape. The evening is then fine for charming others by some social favor you render to them. Be ticism than I have from praise. Trouble ?Write to ABBY, Box 69700, Log Angeles, Cal. 90069. For a personal reply, inclose a stamped , self-addressed envelope. For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding," send $1.00 to Abby, Box 69700 Log Angles,Cal., 00969. MuNauglit Syndicate, Inc. happy. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Avoid that temptation others talk you into to forego the payment of bills and spend money lavishly on what is hardly worthwhile. Look out for jealous individuals also. Evening can be very happy from the roman- itc standpoint. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Partners could disappoint you in some commitment they have made, but be patient beeause by evening all can change. Show others your fine loyalty. Back their finest projects, ideas. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Although you find labor to be quite annoying during day, be steadfast and all works out just fine, fie patient with some coworker who does not comprehend certain points very well. Get needed rest in P.M MOON CHILDRE (June 22 to July 21) Take care in going after recreation that you do not spend overly much ~ stick to the worthwhile and inexpensive. Your creativity may not be up to par early, but later all is OK. Be happy with your pals. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Get busy with consturctive matters and forget that annoying situation at dome, since it rights itself by leaving it strictly alone. By being steadfast you can impress others with your abilities. Be ambitious. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Particular care must be taken in driving moving about, walking up and down stairs today or you get into trouble. Think and all is fine. [will power and a good deal of SAGITTARIUS (No.v 22 to [temper so be sure early In Dec. 21) Morning is not goodi teach to listen to what others for starting new projects, etc., get your regular work done, have to say instead of flying off the handle so quickly. Teach to stick to tie Is having some , f the lest suHccess , - fc achjeved , trouble^ Be .sure to show concern, be of assistance. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Whatever requires the as- 1 q uas j. ge nius. sistance of comrades had better! wait until P.M. Get your intimate affairs handled very speedily Avoid argument with a palduring day and it will smooth out nicely by tonight. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Business matters could be j quite amusing, so concentrate most chart Specia , handlig pe rts may be necessary forthis QUICK QUIZ Q — In what respect ddesithe Postmaster General stand;;^ a different footing from o>t : K«r Cabinet members? on personal matters until all. A TT-t • j i i A - HiS is the only before you speak, also. A gets back to normal. Evening . 1 " ll Cabmet * at thoughtless word could be the is best time to be with higher- easiest way to a lawsuit. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Take care you are not extravagant in any way and tonight be sure to have a good dinner in a leisurely way. Do not be rushing all the time. Use new tactics to gain favors from others Be happy. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) During day hours hardly anything you do goes as you want it to but nightfall finds aspects just the opposite. Don't become . n '" tips. 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