Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 23, 1969 · Page 8
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 8

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Thursday, January 23, 1969
Page 8
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THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS ' THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1969 Horoscope Forecast Friday: This is <".ay and a ni^ht to ;is the serpent and as tin' do\e. Most certainly a 1)0 as wise as harmless evervone is MayL'Ui around trying to wangle what he wants or lo even forcefully impose his will upon others. Accidents and arguments can cause m n c h unhappiness unless caution is taken. ARIES i Mar. L'l to Apr. lin Why do you want to iorce your ideas on others? Don't jeopardize good will of associates and good friends. Show devotion and appreciation instead. Control your temper. TAURUS (Apr. L'll to Yoi! feel limitation all and want to start punching, but it would be well to see where you are making mistakes. ,\s- sit those in trouble. GEMINI iMay'L'l to June lili Your friends are in a bad mood now so do nothing that could sever valued relationships. Avoid theal social affair where someone you don't particularly like could he attending. MOON CHILDREN Unne 22 to July 211 Do nothing that will spoil your reputation that is so important: a part of living. Show you are an A-1 citizen. You have oxcollenl ideas, but stiu'y J'urther before pulling in opera-' lion. LEO i July 22 lo Aug. L'l i You ; have some excellent new ideas that are prompting you to make radical changes, but slow down and do this gradually. New contacts could also influence you , to unwise and hasty activity. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. L>2) Don't jump into new methods ! you know little about, since they! could be full of trouble. Get ! busy being more efficient in pre-. sent set- up. LIBRA (Sept. 2l\ lo Od. 22) | An associate can be quite irate, ! so take care you do not adr'. lo the distemper. Be sure you varry through with commitments. SCORPIO (Oct. :>:; to Now 2\> All hough you feel that a coworker should do more, just do your job, that's all that is important. Don't make trouble lor yourself. ARM'S i Nov. 22 to Don't spend time in recreation just now; . better flay. Get. into ight now, and SAG IT' Dec. I'D expensive wail for ihe inexpensive avoid I rouble. CAPRICORN L'Oi It would to go through oi I'ninilv and (Dec. 22 hi Jan. be much bettor with expectations show devotion in- steac of trying to deny your responsibilities. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 lo Feb. liti Try not lo got an employee or a higher- up distrubed in the business world today. Hold your temper. Be careful in motion, also, and save yourslef expense and suffering. PISCES (Fob. 20 lo .Mar. 201 Take care you do not act unwisely and incur the disfavor of business persons who control your financial affairs. Be sure lo make repairs that are required lo your home. A LITTLE I.ATK ALBUQUERQUE. N.M. l.\Pi — A bool; entiiler! "Radio in the Classroom" recently was re- iiirned to the Univei sity •>[ New i\l< xico Library — 22 years ov- erdi ie. Librarian David 0. Kelley said lie received Ihe book from a. 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