The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 26, 1967 · Page 5
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BlyttiwHIe (Ark.) Courier News - Monday, June M, MOT • P«l« Fft^ RECEIVE SCHOLARSfflPS — Emmalyn Sims, top photograph, of 635 llth St. and Patricia A. Adams, bottom photograph, of 811 West Walnut, receive from Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller four-year Arkansas Opportunity Fund Scholarships June 17. Miss Sims will major in biology and chemistry at Southwestren in Memphis, and Miss Adams will major in foreign languages at the University of Arkansas. Astroi * Forecast * By CARROLL RIGHTER- Be To determine your forecast, note paragraph opposite dates which Include your birth date. TUESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: Through some fresh arrangements you now make you have a good chance to get those arrangements done that are so important to you with a considerable amount of charm and color. Try to avoid getting irritable about anything at all for such an attitude could take away from your chance to forge ahead quickly. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Whatever is of a confidential nature should remain just that or you could get into serious trouble. Be more devoted to attachment and all is fine. Don't take so much for granted as you have in the past. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Avoid what's overtaxing physically and get into some form of light entertainment that brings relief from worry. Some social function is fine. However, do nothing that will cause you to lose your dignity. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Doing whatever a higher-up expects of you is best manner in which to get ahead today, especially in civic lines. Don't be forceful with one who is in authority. This could cause you to lose out considerably where it counts the most. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 "to July 21) Plan what it is you want and just how to go after it in a most positive and precise way. Be sure to carry through with your share of the work in any project with others. Collect your share of the profits. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Show mate that you will forget about that extravagant hobby and you find real understanding that was impossible before this Out - of - town correspondence can bring an excellent opportunity to advance your way. Or it could be from one of dit- ferent culture to your. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Now you know what associates expect from you where backing concerned and then joint projects become successful. Get Into some civic work that adds prestige to what you now enjoy. McNaught Syndicate Inc. very efficient. by Abigail Van Buren—— Best Explanation Is Always the Truth DEAR ABBY: My sister has a son (I'll call him Joey) who was born out of wedlock. He is 6 years old. About 4 months ago my sister married a man who refuses to take Joey into his home, but he pays for his support. Joey now lives with our parents and he can't understand why his mommy "visits" him at Granny's but she won't take him "home" with her. My sister hasn't told Joey anything. I feel he should be told something. But what? I think I have a right to ask this question because my mother is in poor health, and now my sister wants me to promise that I will look after Joey in case something happens to our mother. I am 24, have been self-supporting since I was 16, and plan to be married in June. Please withhold my name. NAMELESS DEAR NAMELESS: Joey should be legally adopted by someone who wants him. Ideally you, since you appear to be the only one who is sufficiently concerned about what the boy thinks. Under the circumstances the only explanation would be the truth. No one can be forced to raise a child he doesn't want. And if he could, I'd pity the Poor child. DEAR ABBY: Your advice to the father who was worried because his son was smoking pot showed that you don't know what your're talking about. Marijuana is NOT a drug. It is NOT habit - forming. It is NOT as injurious to the body as alcohol. And it serves a very useful purpose in that it relaxes a person, sharpens his senses and gives him a happy, carefree, all - is - right with - the - world feeling. So, Dear Abby, what is wrong with that? SMOKES POT DEAR SMOKES: Anything, whether it's inhaled, injected, or taken on a cube of sugar to induce a "happy carefree, all - is - right- with - the • world leeling," when all is NOT right with the world poses a serious threat. The reason is obvious. It creates a false sense of security and well- being. While marijuana itself may not be habit - forming, the "habit" of fleeing from reality rather than facing it can be as destructive to the human personality as a drug addition. Altho many authorities on narcotics insist that not all marijuana smokers graduate to heroin or morphine, it would certainly be an easy transition for those 20) Get right down to tasks and business at hand and use care in usual routines so that allies are pleased and you come to better understanding. Handle reports wisely. Out with congen- ials for fun later. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) 19) The planets are with you There is much you have to do to make your surroundings more charming, comfortable so get busy and finish what you start. You have ingenious system for getting cooperation of co-workers. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) First plan what you should do and then carry through in a positive fashion and you get the right results. Be happier than in the past. Join with con- genials later and rid yourself of pent-up emotions. SAGITTARIUS (Woe. 22 to Dec. 21) Use methods you used before in getting more harmonious relations established at home. Buy whatever new furniture, etc., is needed for the home. Try to control your tem- ier, no matter what the provo- :aiton. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. now and you can increase source of revenue. Conferring with some monetary expert gives you inside information how to really get.ahead. Make sure your budgeting is right. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Ideal day to make decisions on what you plan to do in the near future so that you have every possibility of getting results. Then dress nicely and out socially. Make headway via this avenue, also. IF -OUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be one of those amazing young ones who perceives almost everything that is occurring around him, or her, and cannot be fooled easily. Encouragement and affection is most important, though if your child is going to mature beautifully and accomplish all the things that are in this fine mind. IN GERMANY — C. L. McWaters, center, Buick-Opel dealer for Blytheville, inspects an Opel which just came off the assembly line at the company's plant in Bochum, West Germany. McWaters won a European trip in a national sales contest among Buick-Opel dealers. As left is Robert L. Kessler, vice-president of General Motors and general manager of Buick, and F. P. Beickler, right, plant manager. who 1 would try anything for kicks. For the same unscrupulous characters who peddle miirijjuana to kids are not above trying to hook them on the stronger stuff. DEAR ABBY: How does a father who has excelled in sports all his life adjust to a 15-year-old son who has never shown even a normal interest in sports? I realize that not all boys can be great athletes, but my son has the build for it and the coordination. He could be really good if he wanted to, but he's lazy and isn't competitive in anything. I have done my best to get him interested in sports ever since this boy was old enough to hold a ball, Abby, but it never caught on. I can tell you that it's not easy to be a good father to a boy like this. Any suggestions? CORNHUSKER DEAR CORNHUSKER: Yes, lay off. A "good" father forgets himself and thinks of his son. He then encourages the boy to grow in the direction he seems inclined. CONFIDENTIAL TO C. H L.: "When a man is in trouble he soon finds out who his friends are. They're the ones who COME to him. He doesn't have to go tot hem." (Borrowed from Bob Cobb.) Everybody has a problem. What's yours? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., Today In History committee to raise millions of dollars to ransom Cuban rebels captured in the Bay of Pigs in vasion. One year ago — A civil rights march in Mississippi ended with a rally by more than 12,000 persons in the capital of Jackson. Today is Monday, June 26, the Read Courier News Classified 177th day of 1967. There are 188 days left in the year. Today's highlight in hislwy: On this date in 1945, the United Nations Charter was signed in San Francisco. On this date: In 1541, the Spanish conqueror Francisco Pizarro was murdered in Lima, Peru. In 1917, the first American cination in America was performed by Dr. Zabdiel Boylston on his son and two servants. In 7, the first American troops landed in France in World War I. In 1941, the French port of Cherbourg was liberated from the Nazis. In 1948, the Berlin airlift was started to break a Soviet blockade of West Berlin. Ten years ago — Twenty-four j nations urged a speedy meeting of the U. N. General Assembly to take up a U. N. Committee's Always Flying .; Mt. Suribachi, site Of "(IT* famous nag-raising by th« Marine Corps during World War II on Iwo Jima, is one of the few locations in the world where authority has been given to fly the U.S. nag night and day. Now PossibleTo Shrink Painful Hemorrhoids I And Promptly Stop The Itching, Relieve Pain In Most Cases. New York, N.T. (Special): Science has found a medication with the ability, in most cases — to promptly stop itching, relieve pain and actually shrink hemorrhoids. Tests by doctors proved that in case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction of the inflamed hemorrhoidt took place. ; The secret is Preparation H». There's no other formula like it! Preparation H also soothes irritated tissues and helps prevent further infection. 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