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April 11, 1967

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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Pag« Courier Nit* - tu«sd»y, April 11, 1W llllll!llllll!l!lll|]|lll!lll!llllllll!!IMIIlllllIlll«ll*«lllllllll«llirinillll«llfllllllll JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIBIIWI"* JU 9 ... Things Cou!d Be Worse •mi L'an California GOP Patching Split HU^NJnl-m Sinaimtt Int.) IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllJlllllllllllllllinSWII""' 11 " 3 '' 11181111 '" 1 ' DEAR ABBV: I am a teenage girl who has the most unshapely logs you ever could iiii;-""'". i have tried all kinds ot LA-ircis? to improve them, but nolh-'ug works. Now thai all the girls are wearing '.heir skirts so much shorter 1 am ashamed of these awiiil looking legs. Can you please tell me what can be done about them? I'll do anything!: ASHAMED DEAR ASHAMED: You should be ASHAMED hut not of your legs. Of your attitude. I wish I conld escort you thru just one Easter Seal Rehabilitation center. There you would see any number of beautiful teen-age girls who w o " 1 d give ANYTHING in the world for a pair of healthy legs—regardless of "shape." You would then get down on your knees and thank God for those "shapeless" legs that get you where you're going. DEAR ABBY: A woman recently started to care for a baby boy in her home during the day while both parents worked. This woman took the liberty of cutting that baby's hair without permission from the parents. He is 15 months eld and his parents wanted to keep the baby "aura" around him for a while yet. They had special plans for his first haircut. His mother has kept a record of • his "firsts," wilh photographs and an account of his reactions. Sure, his hair will grow out again, but his parents have been cheated out of the thrill of this important event. Couldn't the couple sue this woman for d e f a c i n g their baby? Do you think this woman should be trusted with a child if she lakes such liberties? ANOTHER PARENT DEAR ANOTHER: Yes, they can sue, but whether they can collect for "defacing" the child is doubtful. The woman was presumptuous, to be sure, but perhaps she was not aware thai the parents placed so much importance on the baby's first haircut. DEAR ABBY: Today my husband ana i recu.veil an invitation lo a Wedding that took place r week ago — 1,500 miles away. Should we assume that all the invitations were mailed this late? Or should we assume that ours was mailed late on purpose because lliej really didn't want us to come? Also, undei the circumstances should we send the couple a wedding present? And should we let them know WHEN we received their invitation? BEWILDERED DEAR BEWILDERED: First let the couple know WHEN their invitation was received, and from their response you can decide whe'her or not to s e n d a present. DEAR ABBY: I have a dear friend who has a son in Viet Nam. He recently won some medals for heroism, which were presented !o his wife. Now most wives of servicemen are fine people, but this one isn't anything to brag about. I don't think those medals mean very much to the wife because she lets her kids take them outside and play with them. I know that the mother of this soldier is very hurt to see her son's medals treated in this way. If she had them she would treasure them along with his Boy Scout medals and other symbols of achievement he has earned through the years. I think the government should give a duplicate set of medals to the heroes' mothers. In some cases the mothers deserve them more than the wives. OFF MY MIND By BILL BOYARSKY SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) —U.S. Sen. Thomas H. Kucnel, a Republican who draws Democratic votes, is gelling unexpected help toward re-election Dccause GOP Gov. Ronald Reagan wants to preserve parly unity in California. Thus the governor hopes to head a favorite son delegation to the 1968 Republican National Convention. Some of Reagan's lop political idvisers have stepped in to tone down a potential party-splitting primary fight in June next year. It shapes up between Kuchel, the Senate's assistant GOP leader, and Max Rafferty, state superintendenl of public instruction. Rafferly, who holds a nonpartisan stale job, is backed by Republican conservatives who say Kuchel is too liberal. Reagan has adonted a neutral pose. An aide said the governor is firmly convinced "a bitter primary will help Ihe Democrats in November and reduce the chance of a unified delegation to the convention." Kuchel, said the aide, has 'come up for re-election at the right time. Since we're working hard to keep the party together, he's the beneficiary of that." Rafferty. however, has made it clear that he will run against Kuchel next year if he is assured of enough campaign contributions. Kuchel's supporters bristled. They also were embittered over action of a conservative volunteer group, the California Republican Assembly, which criticized Kuchel and called for a candidate who will further Republican goals. Troubled? . Write to Ahby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90069. For a personal reply, enclose s stamped, self - addressed envelope. For Abby's booklet. "H o w to Have a Lovely Wedding." send SI to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles. Cal. 90069. Astrological * Forecast * By CAOROIX OIGHTER tn determine your forecast, otitt paragraph apposite dates which Include rour birth date. WEDNESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: Contacl that powerful individua i and you get Ihe assistance you Ineed to gain your most cher- j ished aims. In civic affairs use You have a real opportunity yom . charming personality for now lo discuss and to thrash w |,j c h vou are noted. Show that oul anything that has to do | you ]( now exactly what you are with statements, reports, contracts with Ihe mosl importanl men you know, whether in high j office or business makes no difference, and you can arrive at a new understanding with Ihem about what they and you can do in the future. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Plan now for greater abundance by getting together with practical - minded individuals and you will find thai you will not have to work so hard. Common sense will do the trick. Stop being so visionary. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Contact whoever can be of assistance in some important doing. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) You have to hit on a in pleasing those you like. Escalate knowledge, gain strength of character. Some new acquaintance may have.fine ides. Lisi ten courteously nd do not brush ,„ > UBRA 23 lfl fe * A day and evening to discarge as many social and business obligations as time and energy will allow. A higher-up could make life infinitely easier for you. Show diplomacy and he will do so, loo. SCORPIO (Ocl. 23 to Nov. 21) PROMOTED- J.H, Olehy of Memphis recently was promoted to vice-president of the mining and manufacturing division of Agrico Chemical Company. Formerly senior coordinator of design, construction and engineering for the company, Olehy is responsible for the functioning of Agrico's Blytheville anhydrous ammonia plant. IN JAPAN — Mrs. Carrie Decker and children Kevin and Melissa left recently to join her husband in Yakota, Japan. He will be stationed there three years. ject you now have in mind, since Allies wil1 now 8° fllon g Ihis person could he most agreeable. Gad about in a social way as well and make interesl- ing, contacts you need. Show that you have savoir faire. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Yoii can now plan for attaining some aim that is vilal to you, bufL be sure you do not confide you in some project that will help those you feel are worthy. By helping olhers with (heir interests, you gain their favors in return. Own affairs will work out beller in Ihe days ahead. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 lo Dec. 21) Many duties are ahead of you, but there is a bigwig "These people who want lo dump Tom Kuchel from his Senale seat are the same spoilers who wrecked Dick Nixon's campaign for governor of California in 1962 because he was 'too liberal,'" said Assemblyman William T. Bagley, R-San Rafael. "They are political piranhas who feasl upon their own, and whose appetites are satialed only by defeat of those Republicans with whom they disagree." Rafferty was one of the heroes of the CRA convention. He gol loud applaude with an attack on what he called a "senator who speaks out of both sides of his mouth." Reagan had sought unsuccessfully to cool down the CRA, telling the grassroots workers he didn't mind their challenging Kuchel as long as they didn't rip the party apart with a violent attack. His aides were privately unhappy al Rafferty's speech and at the CRA's anti-Kuchel action. They already have asked the wealthy Southern California conservatives who originally financed Reagan's governorship campaign ~ot to support Rafferty's candidacy. One big contributor, Los Ageles oilman Henry Salvatori, said Rafferty should stay out of the race. Rafferty has said he would need about $1.3 million for a campaign and "I haven't come near it." Some Democrats are hoping Rafferty will enter — and win. Kuchel always has polled many Democratic votes. Also mentioned as a potential candidate is the retired Air Force chief of staff, Curtis E. LeMay. Potential Democratic candidates are waiting to see what develops in the GOP. Los Angeles Mayor Samuel W. Yorty appears moving toward entering the Democratic race. Party leaders against Yorty are talking about opposing him with either former Slate Controller Alan Cranston or Thomas W. Braden, Oceanside newspaper publisher . and former president of (he Stale Board of Education. And Jesse M. Unruh, a Democrat from Inglewood who has risen lo speaker of the State Assembly, might also enter Ihe race. Remember Pay Your Paper Boy Today In History jGcn. Matthew Ridgway M h!| By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS | su ^ SS ™ ars ago Grcat Brit. Today is Tuesday, April H,! a j n an d Us crown colony. Singa- Ihe Wist day of 1967. There,are' porCi s jgned a pact in London. 264 days left in the year. un d cr which Singapore would Todays highlight in history: i achieve internal self-govern- On this date in 1898, Presi-1 ment. asked dent William McKinley Congress for the authority -to j •' intervene in Cubas fight for independence from Spain. On this date: I In 1689, William and Maryj were crowned king and queen) of England. In 1713, under the Treat of Utrechl, Gibraltar formally was ceded to Britain. In. 1899. tbe Philippine Islands were transferred to the United States. In 1926. American horticultur- isl Lulher Burbank died. In 1951, Presidenl Harry Truman relieved Gen. 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