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Biyn-evme (Ant.) courier News — Tuesday, June IS, 1967 — Page Flv> ' OPEN AGAIN — Port in question that sparked the Middle East conflict into open war between Arabs and Jews is the Gulf of Aqaba, with flie Port of Aqaba shown here in aerial view. The successful Israeli campagin has freed the canal of the Egyptian stranglehold. Ships have resumed using the waterway to supply Israel Boyfriend Heeds His Mom, Not You BEAR ABBY: I have a boyfriend who has three favorite savings: "I'm starved," "I'm tired," and "I'm broke." I cant..see why he should always be starved. He lives at home. And he shouldnt be tired as he sleeps every chance he gets. And he shouUhrt be broke either as he has a job. He . comes over every Friday night and when I ask him to take me to a show, he can't because he's broke. When I suggest going for a walk, he says he's too tired. I don't understand why I love him,, but I do. What's wrong with .him? NITA DEAR NITA: He needs someone who will feed him, give him an allowance, and tuck him in- every night. (A mother.) He's for adopting _ not marrying. DEAR ABBY: Dennis and I get our wedding date and I asked his sister, Kathy, a high gchool senior, to be my maid of honor. She accepted and we started making plans. Then Kathy told me she was trying'out for the lead in Fair Lady, the senior class play, and she thought she had a good chance of getting it, so I should ask someone else to b« my maid of honor because they had .to do a mati nee of Fair Lady on my wedding, day. I asked my cousin and she was thrilled; even knowing she was second fiddle to Kathy.'-Well,. Kathy. tried out for Fair Lady and she didn't get the lead! Instead she was stuck in the chorus with a bunch of other kids, 'so now she wants to be my maid of honor? I don't want my future sister-in-law mad at me. But it's not fair to my cousin eith- W ' BETWEEN TWO FIRES DEAR BETWEEN: YOU be fair, Lady, and let your cousin be your maid of hon or. DEAR ABBY: My husband and I have been married for 10 years and have three small children. We purchased.a thre'e - bedroom house last year, and .we are still in the process of furnishing it. Recently some friends Who live in another city came to visit us. Not having a guest room, we gave them our bedroom and we prepared to sleep in the family room on the couch that'makes into a double bed. It's in old wreck of a couch and not very comfortable. • Our guests insisted that they sleep on that old wreck of a bed and we stay in our own bedroom. They said they never five up their bedrown for guests and wouldn't permit anyone to do it for them. We felt just terrible, Atiby, for they wouldn't listen to reason. It is our policy to make our guests as comfortable as to refuse the accomodations we offered them? PERPLEXED DEAR PERPLEXED: If it's your policy to make your guests as "comfort-.. able" as possible, you should have let them sleep where they wanted to without a fuss. Many a guest (including this columnist) would feel much more "comfortable" standing up all night in a broom closet than displacing the host and hostess. "WANTS TO KNOW" IN LONG BEACH: Don't believe everything yon read. Just because it appeared in print doesn't necessarily make it true. The reason most prominent people don't sue for libel when they have every reason to is obvious: One can't wrestle with a skunk and come out of it smelling like a rose. Troubled? Write to Abby, Box 69700, os Angeles, Cal. 90069. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self - addressed envelope. For Abby's booklet, "H o w to Have a Lovely Wedding," send $1 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90069. ELKINS, W. Va. (AP)^Iohn Denver Canterbury, an inmate of the West Virginia medium- security prison at nearby Huttonsville, recently celebrated his 19th birthday and escaped from jail. State police said Canterbury, who was sentenced to a 1 to 10- year term for breaking and entering, escaped while the prison basball team was in Elkins for a game. COULD YOU WRITE A CHECK FOR $320.17? That'* the average cost of an average stay In the hospital. You need MFA Health Insurance daily hospital room allowance, SEE YOUR MFA INSURANCE AGENT Buel Carter, Agent Bljtheville, Ph. PO t-CWl WAYNE DAGGETT, Afent Oicwla, Ph. IX) t-Hll Astrological * Forecast * By CARBOLL RIGHTEB •o aetenala* root toiecan, note paragraph opposite date» which Include TOO! birth date. WEDNESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES, A day and evening to spend your time accomplishing a great deal that has to do with the busy affairs-Of everybody living. Take time out to get those who represent you to let you know how they -are doing. Attend to all kind ,oi corespondence, statements, reports, contracts getting in needed supplies. . .ARIES: (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Much: can be accomplished whether at home, in business, civic or artistic endeavors today Later, study wardrobe well and see where you can make improvements. Don't be embar- •assed because of a button missing or a run in your stocking. .. TAURIS (Apr. 21 to May 20) Being at your most attractive best gives others a chance to cater to you more now. First handle important business matters, hen get in touch with fine friends. A most happy day and evening for you. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21; There is a mountain of odds and ends to be done at home, so get busy at them and you find happiness in accomplishment. Await a better day for recreation. You must first get sin perfectly satisfied. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Anything you wish to do that makes others appreciate your finest-talents is good. Brown Expounds on Vietnam By GEORGE ESPER SAIGON (AP) - The phone jingled in the U.S. combat operations center, and » field commander on the other end said with urgency: I am on my way down. I have something big. I'll be in to see you. We've got to make a big move." While the field commander Beauregard Brown III, a key officer on Gen. William C. Westmoreland's into action. staff, had swung Regular associates appreciate your finest qualities and give full cooperation. Make progress easily, LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Plan what you think is best that will give you greater monetary security in A.M.. and then specify to others. They can fit right into the picture nicely. Put that.new budget to work without further procrastination. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Take those treatments that help you to be more attractive and then out to see the people who will appreciate you. You have only to ask for favors and they are yours. Be charming and courteous, though. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) If you will carry through with plans for cementing better relations with others, they will not acuse you of shirking your share of responsibilities. Romance is O.K. tonight. Don't brag about it, though. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You have an opportunity to get in touch with a bigwig for backing of some project in which you are highly experienced. Be pleasant with other personalities. They also give support you want. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Some tall thinking shows you how to become more successful in almost any sphere of your endeavor. Many conditions come into the open that Brown alerted the operations officer, then quickly surveyed how many troop transport aircraft he had for the major move prompted by a suspected major assemblage of Viet Cong cadre and leaders. By the time the field colonel arrived in Saigon, Brown had aircraft ready to move a brigade of troops,'about 3,000 men. Brown is responsible for supervising logistical support for combat operations in South Vietnam. He is a Negro, and he feels the Negro ' has played a very important 'role in Vietnam, particularly when you contrast it with the role he played in Korea." "We had turncoats and defectors during the Korean conflict based in part on a fundamental lack of understanding and appreciation of why we were in Korea a degree of ignorance of the nature of communism and the Communist threat," he says. "This problem does not exist in Vietnam. The Negro soldier understands why he's here. He understands what this war is about and what is riding in the balance, and he's more motivated to work toward achievement of the desired outcome. "He has found here in Vietnam unlimited opportunity for individual achievement and ac- complishment. He can chart progress from day to day, ant! he can physically observe the fruits of his efforts. "I think the only tragedy is people at home don't fully understand and appreciate how critical this struggle is over here and that it does relate to their own security and well being. "It's not a question of getting out or staying in Vietnam. It's not that simple. If we got out tomorrow, we would have to begin the next day to fight elsewhere. We've got to meet the threat head on right here and meet it decisively." Among those misinformed at home, Brown asserts, is Dr. Martin Luther King. : He's irresponsible with respect to the war because he has become frustrated," Brown says. "King has to look to other fields to maintain his stature hat he has achieved in the field )f human relations. Out'of sheer rustration he has turned to Vietnam." He suggests that lack of knowledge 'of me complexities if this conflict has driven King o irrational positions." "I think the outcome of the struggle will determine to a •real degree whether there will >e peace the rest of the centu- •y," Brown says. "I think nuclear war is out of the question. Once we've proved here that wars of liberation' are not ;oing to prove successful and that aggression vrill not, be rewarded, most of the underdeveloped people of the world will reveal how to get more backing for your ideas, projects. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You have many projects on hand through which you can benefit greatly by much angling with a good pal. Read your paper and other periodicals for ideas for advancement. Accep only the most' practical. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb 19) Closest tie wants you to perform certain tasks and'it woulc be well to acquiesce for the sake of peace in the family. Be sure to get your work done before you'dash out for fun and relaxation. Be steady. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Much discussion is imperative if you are to ameliorate association matters or any other dealings with others. Asking questions is best method for knowing accurately what your position is with others. Don't hesitate. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she will be one of those fascinating young ones who will want to know the causes behind any effects-, -and although too much concern may be shown for minute detail, the chart is fine for whatever has to do with research, analysis, pioneering in laboratory work, etc. Cleanliness can also be a fetish here. being decisively de- in as a second lieutenant right after he was graduated from Prairie View A&M Col!ege...in Texas, where he.won military honors in the Reserve Officer* Training Corps. His father and also were named grandfather Beauregarflj genralj after the Confederate P. G. T. Beauregard. Brown volunteered for duty ia oin with the highly industral- zed nations in .working for the vcr-all betterment of mankind. "What I'm trying to say i s jat the Viet Cong have made icir point. They have alerted outheast Asia. I think the Viet Cong are trying to get the me.;age across that they are ifltol- rant of the conditions under -hich they live — not enough ood, disease, social injustice, overly, lack of medical care. "They have alerted the whole 'orld. I think the outcome of iis war will bring together not nly the East and West, but the vhole world. The Viet Cong on't truly appreciate the fact ley are eated." The 31-year-old career officer rom De Quincy, La., has been ] the same kind of job but pn_'g n the Army 10 years. He went] lesser scale. : -.---;. : Vietnam, bachelor. explaining: I enjoy what I'm doing. It's a critical job. I feel I am contributing a great dealjjj the over-all outcome of the war effort." •".: He has been in Vietnam.!? months. He was promoted, jo. major during the first Jsii; months of his tour which-he spent at Cam Ranh Bay doing NEWS BRIEFS LOS ANGELES (AP) - Every year southern California grocery stores sell food and give up $15 million worth of shopping carts. A crackdown on "cartnaping* has,been announced by William Tormey, representing the Southern California Grocers Associa tion. He said, virtually ever$ food market in the region woul< take part. He said many shoppers don'1 intend to steal the $20 carts but -only to use them to haul groceries home. Then, the professional cartnaper '(picks up the abandoned carts on sidewalks and resells them in another area," Tormey said. BOSTON (AP) - The Harvard Student Agencies is an employment service for Harvard and Radcliffe students looking for part-time jobs to help daddy carry their $3,50fl-a-year education load. The agency has' a new. service: finding spots for Radcliffe jn'rls as go-go dancers In various Boston-area night spots. Radcliffe girls oscillate better than the average because, says one of their number: "We have personality and spirit and integrity. We're vivacious and, you know, exciting." 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