The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 4, 1967 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 4, 1967
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Blythcvllle (Ark.) Courier News — Saturday, March 4, 1987 — Pag» Thre* Astrological * Forecast * By CABROU. RIGHTEB Vo determine rout turei*sl, nut* paragraph opposite dates wbicb (Delude TOUT blrtb du*. SUNDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: Use this Sunday to attempt to make an organized endeavor to build up new well being by long proven principles and down-to- earth expression of them. This can bring you a new 'atisfac- tion with your existence. A very practical minded expert gives you the answers for which you have long searched. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) You can gain respect now by deliberating a vital point, and then delving right into some charitable or fascinating outside duty. Show specal capabilities to whoever can help you to commercialize on them. Make the most of this free day. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Listen carefully to advice given by those of wisdom and good character and you turn poten- ucKauiBt »fl»ule»to IBO. Much sociability is fine now, since you gain much in pleasure as well. Forget the pressure of the times and be happy. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to eh. 19) Find the right system to increase your religious or business knowledge which can make your life richer in the days ahead. Don't lose any opportunity to perform charitable : deeds. Be cure they are really j worthy, though. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Ideal day to spend time with intimate and fine pals and talking over mutual interests, aims. Find the answers to whatever is puzzling. However, do so in a very lofty sort of way. Don't snoop where it is forbidden. IF YUOR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he, or she, will be one of those fascinating young people who wants to have everything very orderly around Ju tar Mom Is Mixed Up MeJUUM Van BIA •uren DEAR ABBY: I have just about had it. My mother won't let me date anyone but AMERICANS. No Spanish, no Italians, no nothing. Just Americans. One time I asked her if I could invite this real nice guy over and she said, "He's CATHOLIC!" I try to tell her they aren't any lower than we are. What's wrong with Italians, Spanish, and Catholics? One time she said to me, "Haven't you got any AMERICAN friends? But I just can't tial danger to active opportuni-|him, or her, and wants to have ty. Some long - distance tele- j life on a very constructive and phone call can bring right data. Use it to increase circle of friends close by. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Listen to what experts have to suggest so that you make the future far more interesting and well • paying. Closest tie expects devotion and other practical expression of your love. Don't be thoughtless where money is concerned. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Associates will come to you with certain questions practical basis. Early give enough spiritual training so that the life does not become so imbued with business and gain that the human qualities are relegated to the background. Send to business college. MONDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: The very early morning is the best time of this day, so organize as much as possible. Later, you find most people have poor judgment and a rattier scrappy today, so be sure you answer attitude, so it will be necessary honestly and right to the point, to remain patient and under* 8 - - - standing in order to avoid any Be sure to attend services of your choice. Then out to the charming spots that appeal to you, with congenials you really like. LEO (Ju 1 y 22 to A U g. 21) Any duties you have to perform today should be attended to with the idea of impressing higher- ups favorably. Then you get backing as well. Plan new proval, kind thoughts. week's work wisely. Then all will go off as to schedule. VIRGO (Aug. 2 to Sept. 22) Getting out with proper people can make this a most delightful day and evening. Much happi- upsetting conditions. Stay within conventonal boundaries. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) A bigwig may give support you need early In the day, but later becomes so busy you are left pretty much in the cold. Be patient. Do something thoughtful for others and gain their ap. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You want to make radical changes but you find this will only lead to many errors and an Impossible set of circumstances. Make improvements in ness can be yours. You have a j your present set-up instead. particular talent. Use it for your own delight as well as that of others. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Being at home with family is best for you today, since there can be much melody and har- Then success can come easily. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Although you may think you have too much work to do, get it done instead of running away in some tangent, or make changes; all is then fine. Have mony there now which might;kindly manner for loved one. not have been the case for some Avoid arguments that -could time. Be basic in planning new uptrend in all of your affairs. Make notes. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Listenting to a person of wisdom who is able to help you spiritually, philosophically and physically is wise. Then follow suggestions given. Later, show higher-up tSiat you are really an intellectual. Make a good impression. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Count your blessings today and consider how you can add to them intelligently and ethically. Think big and get big. Talk over in person with someone how you can-advance in the future. Invite • to dinner, if possible. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Get into that group now that will help you to gain:your most cherished personal aims. prove disastrous right now. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Listen to what associates have to say about making certain changes that are necessary, especially with regard to employees, etc. You now comprehend what the real problems are that face you, Solve them wisely. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Handle your duties wisely instead of running off on some joyride that could bring you much trouble. A co-worker (s depressed and requires your assistance. Give it. Be happy satisfied, with yourself. VIRGO (Aug. 2 to Sept. 22) By scheduling your time properly you are able to perform duties efficiently as well as go out for a delightful time with congenials. You have specia talents that bring happiness Use them. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) By keeping those promises you have made to kin without further procrastination, you show your true devotion. Be sure you ;et rid of whatever is outmoded itop cluttering up your life unnecessarily. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Be sure you handle all reports accurately and you make the right impression on higher-ups Don't be so lackadaisical. Keep vital appointments. Let reerea- ion await the completion of such. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to 3ec. 21) Show practical persons that you are equally so and make new deals, get bills >aid, collect monies owed you. Hake those improvements to real estate, though you feel like irocrastinating. Do the most mportant first. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Show your best qualities in whatever is of a social nature and add to prestige you now enjoy, instead of taking chances with it. Get your health im- iroved. Then your whole atti- ;ude changes for the better. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Showing others that you are most ethical is wise and then you rid yourself of whatever is limiting you. Show charity later those who deserve it. Take in something that is cultural in P.M. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) A pal with a chip on the shoulder would like to draw you into serious argument, but do not sennit it or there is real trouble. Forget that social affair and avoid an individual you do not partcularly like. Be happy. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he, or she, will be one of those clever youngsters who will try to work every angle possible to gain his, or her, aims, so be sure the energies and mind are channeled in the right directions: otherwise your progeny can get into a great deal of trouble. Others will resent methods used. However, the main idea here is to get at the truth. Then wonderful things happen in this life. You Are Invited to Attend a REVIVAL WITH REV. DON REED March 5th-14th 7:30 Nightly Sunday, March 5th !s "OLD FASHIONED SUNDAY" Dinner on Grounds—Special Services All Day Janet fiattfes, Pianist — Gtrold Hancock, Song Ltad'tr YARBRO BAPTIST CHURCH Jackson, Pastor wait for a Smith or a Jones t« walk up and ask me for a date. I always end up arguing with my mother and crying my eyes out. Can you help me? AN AMERICAN DEAR AMERICAN: Most "Americans" are compos, ites of many ethnic, nationality, and religious backgrounds. Had your mother's forebearers pursued her philosophy, both of you might have been Indians, — or As- iatics, which might have been O.K., too. But courtesy decency, and kindness are what count. So try that on yon "Buy American Only" Mom. DEAR ABBY: I am 29 and- have a three-year-old son. I am not married and never was, and I don't pretend otherwise, I anticipate some questions soon from my son about his "Daddy." And I intend to handle them in an absolutely honest manner. I refuse to make up a lot of lies as most unwed mothers do. ("Your Daddy was killed in the war — or he died in an accident before you were born.") i I want my son to grow up knowing the truth so he can learn to live with it as he matures. His father was a no good bum and I am not sorry now that he refused to marry me. I have a friend who says I am dead wrong. I would like your opinion. UNWED MOTHER DEAR UNWED: I vote with your friend. Are you sure you are not more intent on punishing your ssz for the "sins" of his father than in being "absolutely honest?" A fatherless child suffers enough without knowing that his father was a "no good bum" who refused to marry his mother. Think it over. Then change your outlook. Hal Boyle time until they can catch themselves a husband." "Gee, Joan, sometimes I forget you're a gal. I guess I tend :o think of you as just another one of the fellows." NEW YORK (AP) - Remarks that career girls get jred of hearing: "After all, she's wedded to ler work." "If you ask me, a woman's place still is in the home." ; What's a nice dame like you doing working in a sweatshop like this?" "To be as tactful as possible about it, Joan, I don't think that dress is for you. In a job like yours, you don't want to look too young." "Congratulations, Joan. As :he first girl in this firm ever to win her 25-year pin, you have every right to be proud of yourself." "Sorry Miss, but we don't serve unescorted ladies at the bar. Would you care to sit at a table?" "Let's all go dutch." "Yes, I admit you deserve the DEAR ABBY: When I am baby - sitting and a stranger comes to the door, how should I handle the situation? The lights are on, so the person konws that someone is home. Please answer soon as some o£ my girl friends have the same problem, and they would also like to know. I am 16, DEAR SITTER: NEVER — and I repeat — NEVER open the door for a stranger. If he asks to use the telephone, tell him you are sorry but you can't let him in. If he says he wants to "deliver" something, ask him to please leave it on Card Of Thanks We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to our friends and to Mr. and Mrs. Eoy Veach and the nursing staff at the Manila Nursing Home for their undivided attention given our mother, Mrs. Martha Guinn, during her illness and death. We pray God's blessings on all of you. The Scroggins Families The Pierce Families Don't Know Whether to LAUGH or CRY ON YOUR INCOME TAX H your Sitcom* lax ha* got yov down, it's oq»y to put a COMPLETE •mil* o* your fac* again. RETURNS Jmt MO the BLOCK offic* in yovr neighborhood for fait, accurate lorvico. You'll Mil* al DM lowcotV «J faaroutoo aonirato preparation of wiry fax raturn. If «* maka any arrart that ca» yo» any ptnalty or inltr«il, _ wa will Bay iha ptnally or inl«r«il. AiMiicrt UrgM* T« Swvte whfc Oyw 1500 Qffe*. 117 SOUTH SECOND ST. We**-*"* * In 9: S»t. A Sun, 9 to 5, Ph. PO 3-6451 ^_ MO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY ... the porch. Under NO circumstances should you open the door to a stranger. DEAR ABBY: When several gentlemen are lunching together and a lady stops by the table to talk to one of the gentlemen, and she says, "Please don't get up," — what should we do? I've been taught that a gentleman always rises when a lady comes to his table, and he remains standing until the lady leaves. But this lady stood there, talking, and saying, "Please don't stand by our table for 20 minutes. JACK IN THE BOX DEAR JACK: I'd have stood for about three minutes. After that, I'd have sat down. She's no lady. promotion, but you know how some..of the men feel. They don't want to work for a woman." "Don't tell me you can cook, loo? I thought all career girls were helpless in the kitchen." "Okay, okay, Sidney. I don't mind your hiring a woman for the job, but couldn't you at least pick one with a better figure?" "What'll you have for lunch, ma'am — the same? coffee and a peanut butter and jelly sandwich?" "We're giving a shower for Rosemary. She's getting married to the head of her department next month." "I do believe it's your first gray hair, Miss. Shall I tint it or pluck it for you as a souvenir?" : I don't care whether she can type or not — she's still not my type." "...And, of course, after you've been with us for 40 years, you're entitled to the full pension." "I love my wife, but oh, you kid!" "I'll handle this problem myself, Joan. I feel it needs a man's touch." "For Pete's sake, why should a career gal expect to get the same pay as a man? He's got a family to support. All she usually has to support is a pet cat or a couple of goldfish." "They ape everything we do. The'next thing you know they'll start carrying brief cases to and from the office." "Hey, Joan. It's my wife's birthday. Would you mind trotting out and bu'ying a couple dozen roses for her? While you're at it, pick one out for yourself. I'll pay for it." 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