The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 9, 1967 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 9, 1967
Page 3
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Blytheville (Ark.) Courier News — Thursday, March 9, W(T — Page Thr» •D ear Walking Solves Problem Van & uren ijndluite IBC.J DEAR ABBY: My daughter (I'll call her Linda) goes to high school and her first class begins at 7:55 a.m. Her father drives her as he goes right past the school on his way t« work. The problem is my husband. He pokes around so much before he finally gets going that he's made Linda late for school several times. And when she's not late, she barely makes it. Linda gets so nervous and upset she can't keep her breakfast down I have begged my husband to be more considerate, but every day it's the same story. I suppose Linda could walk, but it would take her half an hour, and she always has a load of books to carry. Is there a solution? LINDA'S MOTHER DEAR MOTHER: Linda should get to school without her father's uncertain assistance. The walks, (even with a load of books) won't hurt her as much as those fretful mornings will. (How does Linda get home?) DEAR ABBY: My.husband owns his own business and he travels over a large territory, which means he must be away from home over the week-end quite often. Astrological * Forecast * By CARROLL RIGHTER He keeps asking me t» meet him out of town for the week-end as he gets lonesome lor me. Abby, we have three children, 8, 10, and 13, and altho I can always get someone to take care of the children, I have mixed emotions about running off and leaving them just to keep my husband company. What would YOU do? MIXED EMOTIONS DEAR MIXED: I would join my husband as often as common sense and practicality allowed. I would rather have someone taking care of my children than my husband. Vo determine four forecast, nut. paragraph opposite dates vhicb IncludB vour blrt.b date. FRIDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: A whole new beginning is about to take place for you if you are on your toes and ready for it, so clear up all those private (duties. Prepare yourself to ad- . vance in many ways that have]things happen. They cooperate seemed difficult or impossible i W1 «J a '* c "' y - rHIT n TS BURN for you ere this. Take time out "? YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY add to same. Use very practical methods. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Show a friendly attitude in discussing your aims with others and the right results manifest themselves. Get in touch with right perons socially and fine to study facts you need to have more rounded understanding. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) A quiet talk witti an important person can help you to achieve those aims that are vital to you right now. Show others that you can keep secrets. Reliability can be the steppingstone to success right at this time. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Closest ties can assist yiu in gaining your cherished aims so be sure to follow the good advice they give you. You need to highly creative, not the run-of- the-mill. Be more sure of your- ielf. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You can accomplish a great deal in the business world provided you pay attention to all regulations and are not boastful. You can please a higher-up by some thoughtful act. Avoid that person who misconstrues the meaning of your words. MOON CHILDREN (June K to July 21) You have to use a more positive method of handling those problems that have had you in a pretty dither for some time. One of different background gives good ideas. Be sure to listen to them. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Get at all those duties of both a private and business nature early and they are handled with alacrity, cleverness. Be conscientious. Closest ties give the moral support that you need now. VD1GO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Associates require your support for some mutual plans that could become very lucrative. Give it. One partner in particular needs recreation. Take him, or her, out to the right places, with the right people. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Getting your surroundings more charming and orderly is what is necessary right now; ttien show your finest talents. This could be in several directions. Coworkers are more cooperative than heretofore. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Getting out for recreation that appeals to you is good during the day, and it would be wise to show congenials that you are really devoted. Interest them in some hobby that appeals to you. Be happy. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. R to Dec. 21) Sit down and talk to family, see what they desire in the future and how you can best harmonize efforts. Have a more practical approach to your particular duties. Then you become far more successful. CAPRICORN (Dee. 21 to Jan. JO) Be active in your current projects, and you get right results, the willing cooperation of associates and co-workers. Keep all appointment on time. Get your shopping done as early as possible. AQUARIUS (Jan. 1 to Feb. 19) You can increase abundance easily 11 you make the right Impression on some higher-up with your finest talenta. Study your assets and see how you cam he, or she, will be one of those young persons who can intelligently combine ideas with the material, practical, make theories work, etc. Should be given the finest combined course of education possible. Friends should early be well- picked if your progeny is to express the finest potentialities in this chart. Plan the education very carefully. Give sports early in life. DEAR ABBY: We have received several wedding invitations with a smaller card included which read as follows: Mr. and Mrs. — will attend. Number of guests— The outer envelope was addressed to Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith and the inner envelope was the same. Is it proper to fill in Mr. and Mrs. Smith plan to attend, and the number of guests is FIVE? (This includes our two children and my husband's mother who makes her home with us.) I say that since there was only Mr. and Mrs. on the envelopes, they want only the two of us. My husband says that we are allowed as many guests as we wish, and they are asking us to please fill in the number. Who is right? "TWO OR FIVE" DEAR TWO: You are. Under no circumstances should invited guests include others without first checking with the hostess. She wants to know whether both you and Mr. Smith will attend. The answer is TWO. CONFIDENTIAL TO "A "MOTHER'S RIGHT" IN ST LOUIS: Physicians are forbidden by law to dispense birth control pills to minors, no matter what their mother's say. For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding," send $1.00 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90069. TONIGHT ON HIGHWAY PATROL 6:00 COLISEUM 6:30 Diana Shore host* the second half of the worid famous "Moscow State Circus." (Goto*) MY THREE SOUS ... 7:30 Bobbie makes so rouoh money selling; real estate that he wants to Quit school. 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