The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 19, 1967 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 19, 1967
Page 7
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aiKtorflte (A*.) tout* JJm - MtotaJUMl*. 1*7 r Astrological Forecast By OirroU Righttr r (McW.oik* Inrtlut*. iae.» •» determine yoar (efccut. ••*• TUESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: One of those days when you are able to project yourself and your ideas far beyond where it .is usually possible and you can be very outspoken in letting others know just what you have in mind. Any interest in educational or scientific matters can now be expressed with real benefit following for you. ARIES (Mar. 21 to April 19) Contacting persons out of town or those close at hand who have tremendous experience in your line of endeavor will result in your getting wonderful ideas, help. Elevate consciousness to really big things, GROW. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) If you listen to the still, small voice within you, you will get intuitive hunches that are correct. These help you to go ahead with responsibilities wisely. Romantic life can also be improved thereby GEMINI (May 21 to Jnne 21) If you contact that partner early and state your ideas, aims, you reach fine understanding and can work out some project ideally. You have excellent talents. Use them. Make your life far more successful. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You have to show more enthusiasm if you want to get co-workers to cooperate with you more. Important you take health treatments, improve attractiveness. Get yourself a prestige address if you don't bave one now. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Plan some time for the type of recreation that you most enjoy. Get out of that dull doldrum existence for awhile and fiend new outlets at the same time. Be with congenials who are truly fun and high spirited. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Listen to what family has to say and if there have been any misunderstandings, clear them up quickly. Strive for greater security. Goo-i things can come into your lite now if you but have faith. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Stop working so many angles and state directly to regular associates what you can expect them to do to make your operations more profitable, efficient. Good day for buying or selling. Make right contacts. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Paying more attention to monetary affairs will see them improved very quickly, so get right down to securities, dividends, etc. Listen to what a practical - minded expert has to say. Follow advice. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) The planetary forces are with you and it would be wise to know exactly what you wish to accomplish and .then take direct steps in such direction. Save some time for social pleasure. Go to some worthwhile affair. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) A little angling in the proper direction can help you to produce much more than in the past, and you can also assist others to gain their aims. Have secret tete-a-tetes. Don't confide in wrong persons. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) This should be a very fine day and evening for you as a gregarious, Aquarian, so out to make excellent contacts, be witti good friends, social functions, etc. Be with blunt-speaking people. Learn much. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Go directly to higher-up and tell him where you feel you can put your finest talents to best use. Then be happy in your work. Do some work of a civic nature and get ahead faster. Make the right impression. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be one of those blunt young individuals who has a most diversified mind. The study of foreign languages is fine here, plus the opportunity to travel at an early age. Teach early, however, that whatever is once started should be completed. If this isn't done, your progeny may become a rolling stone. Big, But Small Galen Ponderous beasts are comparatively light eaters. For instance, a 4,700-pound elephant eats 94 pounds of food a day, or about 20 pounds per 1,000 pounds of body weight; a hippopotamus eats 49 pounds of food daily, or a mere 12 pounds of food per 1,000 pound* of It* body weight. Abigail Van Bnre Don't Give in To Unruly Son DEAR ABBY: Our 16-year- old son got a ticket for speeding (he has no car, it was his father's) So we took his driving privileges away for a month. It has been only five days and this boy is unbearable. He is ugly and hateful. He won't eat and he won't look at us. He answers all our questions with grunts and shrugs, and he says he won't be "nice" until we give him one more chance and restore his driving privileges. My husband is a physician. He has had one coronary and he was told to keep calm and avoid excitement, and this son of ours is making a wreck of him. I honestly don't know how to cope with this. We have all .the questions, but none of the answers. Should we give in? UNHAPPY DEAR UNHAPPY: If you "give in" now you will give your son the impression that all he has to do in life to get bis way i» to punish everyone around him with his ugliness. Ignore his act. And if he doesn't eat, it's bis hunger. Don't ask him any questions. •• It will only provide him with an opportunity to exhibit his surliness. Let him sweat it out. You'll be doing him a favor. DEAR ABBY: I am the 12- year-old sister of a 14-year- old slob. .1 have to share a room with her and it is murder. How can I get her to clean up her half of the room? I have told her about this a hundred times, but it doesn't do any good. NEAT DEAR NEAT: You can catch more flies with honey than vinegar. Be sweet. If all you do is net yourself a lot of flies, you can either learn to live with it, or clean up her half, too. I'll admit it's not "fab-," but it heats fuming and stewing and fighting. DEAR ABBY: Before my husband ind I met and were married, he went with a woman for about three years. He told me that she traveled around with him for weeks at a time. Here is my grudge: After five years of marriage, my husband still keeps in the closet a large box of pictures and souvenirs of this woman. Many of the pictures are of the two of them together. Abby, am I square and narrow - minded to feel as I do about this? When I married I threw away all my pictures and souvenirs of past boy friends. I never mentien things I did, or places I went, etc. with any other man. But my husband never misses an opportunity to mention this woman's name. What do you think? TROUBLED DEAR TROUBLED: I think your husband enjoys tormenting you. But he's your husband now, and if you want It that way, you could possibly minimize your problem by ignoring all references to this woman, AND the box in the closet. CONFIDENTIAL T 0 "BORN SWINGER": Altho I am not a doctor, I can recommend one exercise that could cure all your present ills. SKIPPING! Try skipping the drinking, smoking and swinging. HOW TO TREAT IT- ATHLETE'S FOOT Apply quick- drying T-4-L. Feel It take hold to check itch, burning in MINUTES. In 3 to 5 days. Infected skin sloughs off. Watch HEALTHY skin replace it! it not delighted IN ONE HOUR, your 48e back at any dtuf counter. NOW at Kirby Drug. 6-5, 12, 19 ARKANSAS BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD WORKS FOR YOU EVERYWHERE IN ALL 50 UN/TED STATES AND MOST OF THE FREE WORLD To te of real value, health rate protection must work wherever it is needed. Arkansas Blue Cross-Blue Shield always works for Us members .. . wherever they go. Over 7,000 participating hospitals and more than 200,000 participating physicians throughout the free world recognize and honor an Arkansas Blue Cross-Blue Shield membership card. It is your passport to worry-free health care! Illness and accidents dont recognize boundaries. They am strike anywhere. That's why an Arkansas Blue Cross-Blue Shield membership card works for you wherever and whenever you need K. At home or away, your Arkansas membership give* yon dependable health care protection. 61 London or Laramie. 61 Honotata or Hoboken. To. any. part of the free A Blue Cross-Blue Shield inemberrfrip end roe** depandi*fe service and benefits. For free informaeion about membership, talk to the man from Blue Cross-Blue Shield. He'« always worth fastening to! JIM HAWKINS 2621 East Nettlelon Jonesboro, 935-4S71 to your Blue Cross-Bine Shield representative in Clay, CrainhCiid, Greene, Miuiuippi, and Poinsett Countie*. ARKANSAS BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHIELD A community service organization operated bfArkansans for Arkansas a journey you'll never forget! YOUR GUIDE ON THIS MOST MEMORABLE JOURNEY THROUGH THE BIBIE WILL BE M. F. "MID" MCKNIGHT. Well-known student and teacher of Ihe Bible, Mr. McKnight joint a family In tfieir living room to study the Bible. Malting use of photographs taken during his trips to Bibla lands, he helps the family take a "Journey To Eternity" through Hit pages of Ihe Bible. You are invited to join this family as they learn mar* about Hi* most widely owned book in the world, the Bible, JOURNEY TO ETERNITY ANSWERS THE THREE QUESTIONS OF LIFE Where did I come from? What is the purpose of my life? After death, then what? KAIT CHANNEL 8 6:3O P.M. EACH NIGHT, JUNE 19-23 IN COLOR "Journey To Eternity" Post Office Box 525 Jonesboro, Arkansas 72401 O I will not be obi* to we all of the programs. Send m» a IrM Mimrary. D Send nu your new, free, non-denominational BtbU Study Court*. Heat* print NAME:. .CHURCH PREFERENCE. ADDRESS;,. .Iff. (STREET) (CITY) (STATE)

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