The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1967 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 25, 1967
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Blytheville (Ark.) Courier News - Saturday, March 25,1967 <- Page Three lainiiiiiiiniiHiiiiiiiiiBniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiti, _/v»oy... Kisses and Shoe Polish -Abigail Van Our*n (McMiant tredJctt* t»c.) Biiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii™ DEAR ABBY: My husband and I have been married a year and we get along very well. The only argument we have is whether I should polish his shoes or not. We both read your column every day and would like you to settle this for us. HATES TO POLISH SHOES DEAR HATES: Polishing a man's shoes is like showering him with kisses. Unless it's done with love, he may as well stop off downtown and hire it done. DEAR ABBY: There is a woman in our office (she's no youngster) whose husband sends her flowers, candy, birthday gifts, anniversary presents, valentines, etc. — delivered at the office! Why, I wonder, doesn't he send them to her at home? I am not jealous for I have been happily married for as many years as she, but don't you think she has him send everything to the office so she can "show off" a little bit in front of the other girls? ONE OF THE GIRLS DEAR ONE: Possibly. But look at it this way. Perhaps yop're lucky. At least she doesn't bore you to death the next day TELLING you about it. DEAR ABBY: My boy friend said he wanted to buy me an engagement ring so I immediately thought of a diamond. Yesterday he took me into a little shop that sold trinkets and he asked me how I liked a set of rings that cost $25. Abby, they were awful! They looked like tin and cut glass. I didn't tell him what I' thought of the set, I just said, "Let's look around.' Now Abby, if he couldn't afford something better I wouldn't say anything. Should I accept the set he picked out or not? I hate to hurt his feelings, but even at $25 I think he's getting stung. How can I let him know how I feel without appearing greedy or hurting him? DISAPPOINTED DEAR DISAPPOINTED: Tell him frankly that yon don't think the set he selected is worth the money, and you'd like to look further. Then steer him into » reputable jewelry store and let the salesman educate him. (No one learns about diamonds faster than a young man who's in the market for one.) And if you intend to marry him, you had better start learning to communicate with him. A wife who is too timid to discuss money with her husband is off to a poor start. CONFIDENTIAL TO "HOPELESSLY IN LOVE AND CAN'T END IT": If you can't end the affair, get her out of your office. "A wise tailor never cuts his cloth in the same room where he dances." That is a rule most professional people would do well to heed. Troubled? Write to Abby. Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal, 90069. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self • addressed envelope. AND THEY'RE OFF! Oops. Some days are Hkc that in stceplechasing. Luckily British jockey J. Foster and his mount, Lady's Daughter, came out of this tumble uninjured at the first jump of Kempton Park, England. Picture at left shows them beginning their header. Above and lower left, jockey R. Pitman and mount barely clear them as the race thunders on. Below, horse and ex-rider regain their feet and prepare to sit this one out. V tpt •>*>• ENLISTS - Byron W. Hutton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Button of Manila, enlisted in the Marine Corps Mar. 20. He is scheduled to begin his four years of active duty April 17, when he will be assigned to eight weeks of basic training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, Calif. TO VIETNAM - Warrant Officer Robert W. Seay, son of SSgt. and Mrs. Floyd H. Scay of Clarksdale, Tenn., all former Blytheville residents, has been assigned to duty with the 187th Aviation Company in Vietnam. He earned his wings in August at Fort Rucker, Ala., and has been serving in Fort Bragg, N. C. For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding," send $1 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90069. Astrological * Forecast * . By CABBOU, RIGHTEB •o dittnnlM jonltowcast, now nnftapb opposite amt« wblcb roar blrtli oat*. SUNDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES An excellent Sunoay for you to really live the Golden Rule by thinking more in terms of what others desire and expect of you than what you think they should do for you. Make a big point of attending services or delving into the studies that mean the most to you. Get your surroundings more attractive and artistic. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Showing devotion to close ties whether of family relationship or brothers in business brings the fine results you want. Some civic duty needs doing. Get rid of that feeling of ennui and delve right into it, since Sunday is the best day for such. ^ TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You have to-roll up your sleeves and get to work if you want to improve conditions around you, which can be enjoyable since they are of an ar HcNanOt »*B«otte. He. whatever you desire the most and then plan exactly how you can achieve your aims. Then you make this a successful day Avoid the social. Get your health improved easily and properly. SCORPIO(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21] Opportunity arises to find out the right answer to perplexities, but be sure you do not irk ttiose who are quite upset. Be of service to those who deserve it Store up blessings for the future. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Instead of looking a the faults of others, concentrate on their assets and don't be so critical. Give them a real boost Avoid the social tonight since it could be quite dull. Enjoy some new hobby. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Those who have power ovei your affairs should now be shown that you are an \-l citi zen and you should get some civic duty completed nicely. Ge lOVaOIe SlllUt: W1CJ oiw v. -" -• ~ J -r- _ - tistic nature. Plan to be more]credit high by pleasing others efficient in the days, also. Make -»"-« «"« «- *™ e B « ™" your home and garden sparkle. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) paying bills on time. Be verj active. uuivii™ U..O, - - v AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb A day for having a thoroughly 19) Although you want to ge good time provided you are not:new ideas in operation quickly, pxtravaeant in any way. Stay!it would be best to study them ^" B _ _, .. ] __-!»•. VA+IAV a*> get along better with whomever is about and with whom you an get much done while la- er you are eager to produce esults of a very ingenious and [ever nature and can certainly o so by accepting an opportu- ity now present to charm oth- rs by showing you are more ware of their desires. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Concentrate upon how to make eals now in the frying pan to ook more evenly, perfectly, nd please associates as well, ^alk over matters of policy. 'hen make sure others under- tand what their particular du- ies are. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Get abode or office more at- ractive so that you make more headway and get support for jther associates than the usual ones there. Be very congenial n carrying through with desires of others. Show you ara truly cooperative. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Get recreational program set up early in A.M. and then delve diligently into all duties ahead of you, show others you are efficient. Add comfort to surroundings. Pleasure in P.M can also prove lucrative as vrel as fun. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Understand early what kin wants you to do and and satisfies you most. Don't forget to complete those reports. Any publicity matters can also be handled early. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Monetary matters need your careful attention so get accu- ate picture of present position so that yo uhave time later in he day to be with partners, congenials for., vital talks. Get practical matter settled quickly j lave fun' tonight. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Get all dolled up in A.M. so that you are at your charming best and you will have greater sureness of yourself when deal- ng with others. Concentrate on your greater wishes. Be practical about them. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Schedule your time wisely in A.M. and you can do what will make the future much brighter. Show others that you are very talented. Get into interests that are truly absorbing. Then you get ahead quickly. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Taking care of those affairs in connection with friends is best in A.M., then concentrate on what you want to do in the days ahead. Perform ftie labors that will bring cherished wish within the palm of your hand. CAPRICORN (Dee, 22 to Jan. 20) You need backing from one individual who can be of assistance to you. Contact persons out of town. They have dlffer- Sent ideas to yours, but infinitely helpful. . . PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You have a flash inspiration upon which you should take action quickly in A.M., then you can go to some new site with new contacts. Be more alert for ideas others propose. These can be very progressive. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be very charming as a youngster and will make others happy just to be around them. The manner is light and airy, but later on in life, it changes to a very serious and determined one, so that going after what is desired becomes very important and hardly anyone can thwart this indomitable will. A wonder- jful success here. Will earn own way through college, if necessary. It has been estimated that there are 323,344 churches, synagogues and missions in the United States. Natural chemicals in the California redwood make the tree resistant to weather and termites. LES'T WE FORGET ". . . and Please, Bless all of Daddy's Laundry and Dry Cleaning Customers" "HAPPY EASTER" NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners 220 N. Second St Phone PO 3-447« OPEN NIGHTS 'TIL 8:00 wnai lull vyaiua j"« "» «" ""« -"/ .-- ... then carry through cheerful!; in official position in A.M. be- • • • • fore you dash out to meet with congenials for recreation orj and with vim. Get to those home matters with alacrity. Evening is best time for the kind of-recreation you mo : st ffljoy. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Any other. There is some interest that is important to you. Get it handled to your satisfaction. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. LIW \.**uiy &ft w " U 6- *"•/ **«j --regular duties should be han- 19) You are inspired how best died in A.M. so that later you to advance in A.M., then you can get out to whatever pleases'can go immediately to see that SERVICES First Methodist Church 7th & Main Streets — Blytheville, Ark. Rev. Virgil D. Keeley, Minister within your budget. Be sure you assist those who are in dire trouble. Make the time for it, if necessary. Retire early. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Kin may desire you to do something for which you have no inclination, but it would be best you go along with their ideas. You have a clever plan in mind. Analyze it well before you put it in operation tomor- . LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) It's row. further and make better arrangements. Some letter you get could be quite disturbing. Take it in your tstride. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Be careful not to follow that hunch you have, or you may get into some unnecessary trouble. Follow through on obligations metriculously instead. Permit others to take care of their own problems — be wise. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be iLbU iJUiy £6 W AU(J. *i/ It 3 j,vr*^4»* ... ••»,, «• ™.w, ..... — all right to go visiting, making lone of those young persons with telephone calls, etc., but be SUM a most delightful charm about you know exactly what you are him, or her, that other* will eoing to say, or you get into!readily recognize, and it would trouble. Get rid of errors In I be well to have as artistic and renorts etc. Be very serious In I beautiful surroundings as pos" . . ..ii-i.. *___ __ _!:..•* «,««•>* «A *U<*4> all that you do. VIRGO (Auf. 22 to Sept. 22) Although you are concerned with monetary affairs, take time to add beauty and charm to your surroundings. Listen to what a clever business person has to suggest. Then you can make plans to follow Ideas. LIBRA (Sept, 23 to Oct. 22) Com* to right decision •• to sible from earliest year* so that (tie deep sense of the artistic and the valuable are early inculcated. There can be fame in this chart, either as an artist with an easel or actor, actress, at the forte. MONDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES You art all dined up early to Let's TALK TURKEY about your INCOME TAX Toxet gobbling up your Income? Maybe you're not claiming all tht COMPLETE ff Ie1 ?^i' du ?i i ^-7 8u ^ KTURN * iD allowed. BIOCK will 1JP tee to It you get all you're entitled to ... KMM you tin*, worry, and nancy, tool Com* Intodayl • <K«rol. p»j«roli«« «» «•'* '«« '"'"• " y .rron M»l €«»»•««» ptmHy «r !»».«». Ik. Miiolfv V lnl«»t. , A. n 5 ; ""V»? .»/,/ -**.-«»- / vu; <J W*fw m 117 SOUTH SECOND ST. .Weekday* fllo 9: Sat. ft Sun. » to 5, Ph. TO 3-0451 _ 9Q APPOINTMENT NECESSARY DR. GASTON FOOTE Evangelist MR. BILL KENNEDY Song Leader SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE MARCH 26-7 PM ..... 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