- Blythevffl*. (Ark.) Courier Newi - Saturday, Jun* IT, M* STRETCHING HIGHWAY 18 - Workmen this week were widening Highway 18 on East Main by several feet by ap- ,: • — ._ ..°u«it n ,«,riov tn oar* side nf the hiBhwav. Work extends from just west of Ruddle Road to the 1-55 interchange. (Courier News Photo) _ py s — — • Astrological * Forecast * By CARROLL BIGHTEB .....~,~ Vo determine jonr lorecait, notj paragrapb opposite dates wucfi Include 7001 Dim date. 3ENERAL TENDENCIES: A day an evening to think deep. y. upon whatever happens to je your personal school of bought or religion and decide low you can live it better and with less problems and perplex- ties, relizing that con fusion in one's belief negates anything of an effective, consistent nature. }on't force any romantic mat- .ers. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 1) It you follow that temptation to cause friction with one you really love, it can lead to rea trouble. Let your intuition be tempered by your good judg ment. Make payments that in sure a better future for you; avoid worries. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Your partners come to you and make demands on this day ol UCTIEUCI1* a7uuiv*t«i WMM time. . .VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Much study into the spiritual will now show how to increase abundance through right think- ng, acting. Step out later in he day to make important vis- ts. Do not neglect one who is ill and without a word of cheer or comfort. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) f you show those you contact socially that you have practical sense, you find they show you iiow to have a bigger income. Monetary advisors can be most helpful. Listen most carefully to what they suggest. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Make your plans now for achieving your aims in the days ahead and talk to those who will be allied with you, but no forcefully. Out socially with groups who can be of great as sistance. Show that you have ability. ike. State your aims to mate and come to a far better understanding. Get support for your inest ambitions. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be a very charming young person 'ull of vim and vitality and hould do well with sports and contests of all sort where physical and mental abilities are put o the test. Ideal chart for the explorer, government worker, he military, private investi- jation work. An astute mind lere. MONDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: This is a day and evening that can be quite sparkling if you show you are a good campaigner at Whatever cause you may have in mind that can bring you more happiness or even additional assets from those with whom you are having any type of contact. You can put yourself across better by showing your true nature. ..ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Keeping busy handling obligations in all spheres of your life can bring the right results now Use your hunches wisely ant others will cooperate with you: ideas. They are precise just at this time. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Be positive in handling policy n the recent past. Keeping busy s the secret. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Gadding about is fine so long as you do not misjudge others or criticize, as you are tewpted o do. There are several intelligent ways to convince partners o go along with your plans. 3 ut facts and figures before hem. LIBRA: (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) If you get into basic financial details with others, you find you can increase abundance ap- >reciably very soon. One who s an expert in your line of endeavor has fine ideas. Put thm n operation. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You are so attractive today that others will extend favors quick- y, so dress nicely and make right contacts. The social is very fine and can lead to excellent things for the future. Be courteous, charming with every one. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Studying into better methods for advancing in the days ahead will see you becoming more successful. Light re creations should be slanted to ward the romantic. Be of a cheerful attitude. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Confer with close allies am state how you plan to g a i i greater prestige in right circles Abigail Van Buren Christian Refers To Way of Life maKe QemariUS UI1 Ulla uay w» aumi,j. ue puoiLiyo «« iiL.nM.i.. b [ j leisure that you had best show SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 t o I matters and coming to right de- a diplomatic attitude. Suggest a Dec. 21) If you show greater ••--•- -»-=- -' = ' « nice dinner and placate all. amount of cooperation, you find Don't permit a public annoy- that quiet arrangements can be ance to get you down. made for some pet project you GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) have in mind. Others are in a Being of assistance to others is generous mood. Be a humani- your best bet, doing whatever tarian and help those who are is of a charitable nature, both shut in. ~ ' CAPRICORN (Dec. 22t o Jan. 20) Categorize friendships s o that you know which are helpful and which are detrimental in public and in private. Revi talizing your health is also im portant. Take care you do no get to bed too late. _L LU UCU l\J\J IdLC, llll allU W111V.II QIC UCUllIlwlll'WJ MOON CHILDREN (June 221 to your career, personal pri- to July 21) It is possible te vate happiness. Avoid those have a very happy day and evening provided you do not bring up controversial subjects with others, se that smile more, others. Use that smile more, charming and popularity increases, improves. . .LEO (J u 1 y 22 to A u g. 21) Some emergency may arise at home which will require wise handling and alertness. Then enjoy the comfort of your own home. Plan the week's, activities in P.M. so that you accomplish more, do not waste who are gossipy. This could get you into a good deal of trouble. AQUARIUS: (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) A new idea or outlook can have you inspired just how to improve abundance in the days ahead and he a happier person in intimate life. Correspond and clarify certain issues. Sit down and write early in the day when your mind is very clear. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Show others you apreciate them and will carry through with any Sunday adtivities they cisions in affairs of importance. Others are in a very determined mood, so get your innings in fairly. Don't permit anyone to put one over on you. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Be sure to get to work early and use new inventions, mechanisms that will permit you to be more efficient. Cooperate with others intelligently and gain their hespect. Being happy at the social is fine in P.M. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You can be magnetic and warm in all directions and accomplish a good deal; get others to like you, be happy. Do your work efficiently. Use that particular gift you possess to get yourself into some valuable new outlet. ..LEO (July 22 to Aug. 2i: Work on some plan that wil increase security and make your own family more co- Out to the social in P.M. and make the acquaintance of charming persons. D r e s s in ligh fashion, but in good taste. AQUARIUS: (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) If you are astute in dealing with higher-ups and the public, you find your prestige grows. Be helpful to others for best If you take a different stand results. You have a real liking for people and this is the time to show it. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) If you take a different stand now with others, you find that you will advance instead of just standing still. Study into whatever is now puzzling to you. Be sure you know what those si different background expect from you. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY . he, or she, will be one of those clever young ones who has very deep understanding and will comprehend DEAR ABBY: Why do peosay: "Mary is a good Christian woman"? Or "John is a good Christian man"? I am a good woman, too, but I am not a Christian. I'm Jewish. To be a good person, do you have to be Christian? JEWISH DEAR JEWISH: No. "Christian" when used to describe the virtues of a person, does not necessarily refer to his religious beliefs, but rather to his way of life. One who lives according to the teachings of Christ, need not be Christian. No Jew should take offense. After all, wasn't Jesus a Jew? DEAR ABBY: I doubt if there is much that would astonish you, but this might be a first. I've never written to an advice columnist before, but you are my last hope, arid I have nothing to lose." My husband was in the service overseas and I was with him. Nearly two years ago, without my knowledge, he volunteered for c i v i 1 i a n duty (AID) in Viet Nam. He quietly departed from our post overseas, leaving me with insufficient funds by any standards. My allotment checks stopped for over 10 weeks, so I remained where he had been stationed, got a job and supported myself. He ignored me completely and all efforts to reach him failed. After a year I decided to return to the United States and take legal action. As my husband figured, he was out of my reach. Legal papers sent to the Embassy in Saigon for service on him were not served. In desperation a friend (lawyer in Washington, D. C.) contacted the State department. He received and sent me a copy of a FINAL DIVORCE DECREE, issued in California in January of 1967! I had never received any notice that I was being divorced. The entire action was done by publication in a California newspaper at a time when I was still overseas on my husband's official orders, and my whereabouts well- known to my husband. The lawyers here cannot understand how a senior state department officer can walk out on his wife, get a divorce without her knowledge, and avoid legal action. I am 45 and have always conducted myself properly. What would you do? PUZZLED DEAR PUZZLED: With all due respect to your lawyer friend, if I were you I would get another law- yOUl umi laiiniy MIUIG i-u-1 aLdllumg anu will lumpiciiciiu operative and happy as well. I subjects and ' ideas that are Some situation can be amelio-|way above the heads of others, rated that has been hard to do and can find right answers be- cause of accurate analysis Show that you do appreciate this quality and don't pry wit] questions all the time. College is a must. yer. DEAR ABBY: We have been married 15 years, are still in our 30s, and are still in love. But there is one thing bothering me. My husband never wears a necktie. In fact he doesn't even own one. No matter where we go, to parties, weddings, funerals, he leaves his dress shirt unbuttoned at the top. It embarrasses me to see his Adam's apply bobbing up and down when he talks. I have never said anything, hoping he would be uncomfortable being the only one there without a tie, but it doesn't seem to bother him. Is this worth fighting about? A'S WIFE DEAR WIFE: Your husband is lucky he hasn't had you on his neck for 15 years Why fight? Let your husband know that if he doesn't car how he's dressed, you do. Going tie-less shows a lack of respect for the occasion. (Could he have a mental block? Perhap. someone in his family wa« .hanged?) CONFIDENTIAL TO G. I. JOE KING IN THAILAND: I know you don't need another letter, having been advised that after I published vour plea for mail for lonely G. L.'s in Thailand you received upwards lo 150,000. pounds of letters. (Can that be right?) But did you see the following poem which appeared in Matt Wem- stock's column in the Los Angeles Times: I searched and found one you Joe King?" It made near delirious. 'Cause when I asked, "Are you Joe King?" He said, "Why no, I'm ser. ious." THIS GROWING-UP BUSINESS A home-delivery newspaper route is a "growing up business* unlike any other. It alone provides a youngster with an opportunity to put muscle into what he is taught in school, by putting him in a part-time business where he buys at wholesale and sella at retail; serves all kinds of people; keeps his own records; makes his own collections; and discovers the rewards of salesmanship.. Here he learns, before his classmates, the importance of responsibility, self-reliance, punctuality and courtesy, and adopts right attitudes about what will be essential to his future success. Encouraged by parents who realize the many benefits which coma from route management and by men who are interested in and trained to work with boys, he will some day look back on hi* newspaper route experience and say "This was when I really started growing up". If you have a son or know of a youngster who might similarly profit by having newspaper route experience, phone or write to our Cireu»> lotion Department. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS AREA-WIDE TENT Featuring Evangelist Walter K. Ayers Waller K. Ayers Is one of America's most gifted evangelists. Ex-heavyweight golden gloves boxing champion, . .Ex a!-state fullback at Arkansas State Teachers College ... Ex Kazorhack football player . . Chosen . .. by the National Champion ' Arkansas Razorback foot, low ball team as chaplain. : Coach Frank Broyics lays "Walter has a gripping message for everyone." B« now serves m« stiff evangelist of First Baptlrt Church of Little Rock. INTERDENOMINATIONAL JUNE 17th THROUGH JUNE 25th UNDER THE BIG TENT THAT SEATS OVER 2,000 At The Corner of Franklin & Walnut Sts. Kyle Loller, Choir Director & Song Leader Sponsored By The Area-wide Churches And Mississippi County Union Mission Incorporated. 7:30 - Choir Practice 7:45-15 Minute Concert By The Suddards 8:00 - Service Neal and Margaret Suddard, the accomplished musicians of nationwide fame will present their full evening musical program with their brief messages and many script urt references. God Is using Neal and Margaret to thrill, inspire and challenge many lives, and to lead many to a personal faith and surrender to Jesus Christ. You will be inspired by their stirring messages.
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