The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on June 4, 1982 · Page 10
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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 10

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CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION-TRIBUNE. FRIDAY, JUNE 4,1MJ entertainment CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI-64401-PAGE 11 ASTRO-GRAPH Juiw 5,1962 People with whom you associate this coming year will help expand your horizons and give you new slants on life. Two, in particular, will be especially influential. GEMINI (May 21-Jun* 20) Strive to be cooperative today in your social involvements. If you are too set on having your own way it could spoil everyone's fun,_ including your own. CANCER (June 21-July 32) If you have performed your work or tasks to the best of your abfllty today, don't berate yourself later for not having done more. Be satisfied with .your accomplishments. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) You'll want to be active and around friends today, but. take care in selecting your companions. Don't Include a poor mixer. VIRGO (Aug. 23-S«pt. 22) Your possibilities for personal gain are good today. However, if you feel entitled to more, you could end up being discontented with the results. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct 23) Follow, through on the way you envision things and all should go smoothly today. Don't alter your plans merely because another questions your methods. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Be fair in your business practices and financial dealings today,., but don't give more than you should just because someone whines about the arrangements: SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-D*c. 21) Try to avoid persons today who are wishy-washy and indecisive. You'll be happier with pals who know what they want to do and who aren't afraid to go after it. CAPRICORN (D«c. 22-Jin. 19) You're good at making snap decisions today, so don't be hesitant to 'respond to your flashes of insight. You'll lose momentum if you overanalyze. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-F«b. 19) You can learn a great deal today if you mingle with persons who talk about interesting subjects rather than just about themselves. Avoid "I" oriented types. . . . PISCES (Fab: 20-March 20) This can be a day of major achievements if you start early to set the wheels in motion. Be a doer today, not just an idea person. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Be careful about making commitments today. There is a chance you may impulsively agree to something, than later .renege after you've thought it over. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) You're very good today in helping others sort things out so that they profit or gain in some 'manner. However, you may not do well for yourself in the process. .. .· -.. 65 Drive-In Tonight-Sat "BEACH GIRLS" , PIUS "MAG WHEELS" Rat«4R Sun-Mon-Tuet "AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON" Rated R Adults $2.CM*M IMir 12 Frn IF YOU CAN'T TAKE THE HEAT... TAKE THE CURE1 K M p it Cool th0 Alrttrnp Wiy This Svimnor Whfc Control Air Conditioning From BOTTS TYE 1021 S. WMhinftvn AAC201 64»-0540 TASTER'S 1 CHOICE 327 WASHINGTON-CHIULICOTHt 644-6MJ FRIDAY NIGHT JUMBO SHRIMP 8 OZ. K.C. STRIP 3.95 4.95 S A T U R D A Y NIGHT BAR B QUE BEEF RIBS 3.95 10 OZ. RIB EYE STEAK 5.95 PRIME RIB 5.95 Above served with salad bar, choice of potatoes, vegetable and tomato juice and homemade bread. SUNDAY NOON BUFFET ALL YOU CAN EAT SMOTHERED STEAK WITH MUSHROOM SAUCE COUNTRY FRIED CHICKEN Whipped potatoes chicken gravy, cauliflower cheese sauce, seasoned green beans, homemade bread, lots of homemade salads, tea or coffee, fresh strawberry shortcake while it lasts. ; Pollsters Rank Low In Reader's Opinion By Abigail Van Buren ° 1962 by Universal Press Syndicate DEAR ABBY: In my opinion the Gallup Poll's list of the top 24 professions in order of their reputation for honesty, integrity and ethical standards reveals a high degree of non-professionalism. Policemen, congressmen and salesmen would no doubt have ranked differently had the terms "police officers, members of Congress and sales representatives" been used, thus recognizing the important contributions women have made to these professions. And why were nurses, secretaries, schoolteachers and other predominantly female professions omitted? You can put "pollsters" down at the bottom of my list for "integrity and ethical standards. --".- · .:- APPALLED IN PA. DEAR APPALLED: Move over. A lot of readers were also appalled. But here's a letter from at least one who had a kind word for the piece: " DEAR ABBY: Seeing pharmacists ranked No. 2 on the Gallup Poll list of professionals in order of their reputation for honesty, integrity and ethical standards offered a small consolation to my husband who is a pharmacist. He's sometimes treated like a pest when he phones doctors' offices to verify prescriptions as he is required to do by state and federal law. He's insulted by rude, impatient customers who resent being kept waiting until "all that red tape" is completed before he gives them their prescriptions. . · ·- He's even faced a crazed drug addict whose trigger finger was nervous on the gun because'.my husband wasn't . moving fast enough to fill his bag with drugs. Small wonder none of our children want to follow in Dad's footsteps and become pharmacists. " SNtALL-TOWN-PHARMACISrS WIFE DEAR WIFE: You think your husband has problems? Read on: ' DEAR ABBY: Recently when the Gallup Poll listed the 24 most "respected" professions, the most important profes- . sion of them all didn't even make the list. I refer to ' agriculture! Since the beginning of civilization, farmers have performed the most indispensable service to mankind -- feeding the people. Farmers today have to be Knowledgeable not only in agriculture, but also in veterinary medicine, politics, mechanics and economics -- to name a few. They are also at the mercy.'pf unpredictable weather, government policies and world politics. ' . Perhaps that's why, in a recent government survey, fanners are listed as having one of the highest stress levels of all workers. : '.=.r ; .-·. "- NO RESPECT IN COLORADO . DEAR ABBY: Nuts to your suggestion that the cost of the wedding should be split 50-50 between the bride's family and the groom's. I think the family that wants a big splashy wedding should foot the bill. If they both want it, they can split it, but if only one wants it, the one who wants it should pay for it PAID FOR THREE AND WANTED NONE DEAR PAID: Your suggestion makes a lot of sense tome. ·· . ' _. . . MILUOW BOCKS' OKAV, WAKE AAEA W1LUOU FROM THE WAV THE N COUNTRV'S GOINS, ITHIMK IT MUST BE A PLACE IN WASHINGTON. PEAR, WHAT'S POLITICAL A5VLUM? 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