Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 22, 1970 · Page 19
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Horoscope Forecast By Carroll /tighter SUNDAY, MAY 24 GENERAL TENDENCIES: This is one of your best days to think in terms of your overall aims and objectives and what you can do to best bring them about. Don't put loo much importance on little things or others consider .you SATURDAY, MAY 23 GENERAL .TENDENCIES: A beautiful day lo think out what you want for the future and how best to go about accomplishing this. Make plans to do some traveling which could result in new : contacts and friendships. Give some thought to fine philosophies. . .ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Listen to the suggestions of experts and successful persons if you are to' get out of the rut you are'in and are lo advance. New ideas can bring you the success you want. Be active and you.will feel better. TAURUS (Apr. 20 lo May 211) Take care of your responsibilities satisfactorily so that everyone concerned will be satisfied. You can find much happiness wilh a loved one in the evening. Go to'some fine restaurant for dinner. GEMINI. (May 21 to June 21) Come to a far better understanding with all associates and make the right arrangements for the future. Stale your aims, views. Don't permit a know-Hal! associale to annoy you. Smile. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 | n j u ] y 21) You want to get to July 21) Get an early slart much done today, so don't allow others lo distract you. Persevere and you get much done. tussbudgct and you gel little done. ^AKIKS (Mar. 21 to Apr. 10) Try some new forms of recreation that are more to your liking, where you can meet new and interesting people. Later, lake care of your correspondence. Plan that (rip today, also. TAURUS (Apr. 20 lo May 20) Make sure you take care of those promises you made. This is hot a good day lo spend money for recreation thai could amount lo a good deal. Be smart. GEMINI (May 21 lo June 21) You are tempted to take your anger out on an innocent family member, but this would be very wrong. Meet wilh partners and could gel into some kind of trouble. Keep busy and you avoid another bad situation elsewhere. Be kind with everyone. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY . . . he or she will be one of those clever young people who will never waste a moment where his or her career is concerned. Teach this child to be more understanding of others and to think of their feelings for nest results, otherwise your child will take alvantage of others and meet wilh failure and dislike. A i business college background ! would be fine here, and then law school. Sports are fine. "The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of your life is largely up lo you! ( ( c ) 1970, McNaught Syndicate, Inc.) I he American U n i v e r s i t y picutres, Dr. plan a more See those who can assist you in your plans. MOON CHILDKKN (June 22 and take care of all that work ahead of you. Co-workers will be pushy but it's only because they see the need for speed. Have a liltle family get-together pliances that make the home more smoothly. Be par- v tonight. Be happy tonight. | LEO (July 22 lo Aug. 21) You LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) An j have been missing out on some Ideal day to enlerlain those to fine social or recreational ae- whom you owe special favors and have a good time yourself as well. Bring your finest talents to the fore. Avoid those persons who like to waste your time. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Being more thoughtful at home can bring far more harmony into that important realm of your existence. Buy those ap- tivilies, but can make them up easily today. Be with those you admire. See what a loved one wants of you and try to bring happiness. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Be more willing to do what kin desire instead of goinc off on tangents of your own thai are not good. Make your home a more charming- place. Don't Grceley Shutlerbugs Slalc Nature Program ' ' H a b i t a t Completes the Slory" by the San Francisco Photochrome Club, will be presented at the regular meeting of the Greeley Shutterbugs Camera Club at 7:30 p.m. Monday in room 207 of the University Student Center. Individuals i n t e r e s t e d i n nature photography will be able lo observe how surroundings help lell a complete nature story. Mcmbcr.s are reminded to bring prinls and slides to be chosen for entry in the June Colorado Council of Camera Clubs competition. Non-members interested in n a t u r e photography a r e welcome to atlend the meeting. Dr. Holley Presents AAUW iVlay Program Dr. Donald Holley of Ilic University of Northern Colorado presented a program titled "A Man's Point of View -- Moving People and Things," for the May meeting of (lie Travel Group of Association of Women. Via motion Holley took his audience to the British Isles, and as a specia feature, showed a church festival in Fussen, Bavaria along with the spoelaculai setting of the Castle of Ncusch- wanstein. His pictures showed people sunning themselves on the deck of an ocean liner and moving busily along the streets of mjoai cities. A favorite picture wa; that of a child playing happily in his improvised play pen, a deck chair lipped to confine him on the S.S. Rotterdam. Bird? were shown floating lazily along streams or high in the air at Land's End, England. A short business meeting was held following (he program, and members voted to continue meeting on the third Monday if each month, with the exception of a summer recess. Mrs. Vernon Wickman was re- ilecled as chairman for the :oming year. She was the lostess for I he evening, and was assisted by Mrs. Winnifred lichardson. The group will resume meetings in September, with the irst program and location to e announced. Symphony Tickets At Discount The; Denver Symphony Orchestra has announced (hat :ickets for matinee concerts for Hie 1970-71 season are available to groups at a discount rale, provided thai 20 tickets of any price category are ordered from Denver Symphony Orchestra, 1015 California St., Denver, by June 1. Included with the order be .a complete list of names, addresses, zip codes, phone numbers and full payments. All matinees are at 1:30 p.m. with seating unreserved. Scries A concerts will continue to be held at Phipps Auditorium, where parking is free and ample. Series B concerts will be at the Auditorium Theater, where ticket prices have been reduced to offset the cost of must downtown parking. An innovation of Series B will be informal pre-concert luncheons and discussions with the orchestra's new music director and conductor, Brian Priestrnan. Tickets are good only for the ticket date aiid may not be substituted. All tickets will be mailed shortly before the first concert. Concerts scheduled at Phipps auditorium include John Ogdon, piano, Oct. 7; Joseph Fuchs, violin, Dec. 2: all-orchestral, Feb. 24, and Gary Graffman, piano, March 17. Series B concerts at thel Auditorium theater will include season May 22, 197( Page 19 Joseph Suk, violin, Oct. 28; Eileen Karrell. soprano, Dec. 16; Anthony di Bonaventura, piano, with Vladimir Golsch- inann conducting, Jan. 20, and Ko Iwasakii cello, April 7. Persons or groups desiring tickets are asked to telephone Mrs. Miles Lee at 353-3215, or Mrs. K. J. Lee at 352-77:)!. H A L I F A X , N. S. Authorities ordered the seal closed early this year. above such. f 1 - 1 4 '" " S " g " 1 ~ /iuiikwobile, For Ihe Coming Week The Weld (,'ounly Library Bookmobile schedule for the coming week, May 25-29, is as more time with friends later. Have a more positive attitude toward what you want and how the and Ihen c interesting places and people who can assist you in your career. Some new outlet more sludy if you arc successful in i t . SCORPIO (Oct. 2:) l o N o v . 21) lo plan how lo 1 affluent instead i Finances are on your mind now wid if you consult experts, you find you can add much to yourj present abundance. Think more! . d about how you can achieve; ' , insignificant g r e a e r financial security. The; ,., ,, 10 ,. c Vilivo evening can be particularly a||i(utip ,,,,._,,,, , j f c B ' usjncss interesting for you. :,vncrls lake a clnncc ra voti SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to C N p c l l s WKC a u ' c ' · ' Dec. 21) Be direct in going a f t e r , , , . what you want and make your! OP j life happier. Go out socially and, jns ;' cad of I c t ( i n R - o l h c r s (ol | vm , Tuesday: La Salle; Grover ( I o w n ) 11:30 a.m.-noon; liriggsdaln. Wednesday: Weld Central; Kcenesburg (town) 1-2 p.m.; Nunn down) 10::)0-11 a.m. Thursday: Mead. Friday: Free. Honeysuckle Edible AMKS, Iowa -- Now you can enjoy the fragrance of honeysuckle -- anrl eat it loo. That's . ' wh ' t[ ' lossoms. It's called .. . 1 1 J !· l l l 3 H . a U K l 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 ^ . U U 1 U I . T l u l l V l l l l . snr those you have not had time w||a( (() d() |od;|v x] . |kc |)c . 1(| . Sweclberry. to see lately. Renew old j n VOU| . · acquaintanceships. Be cheerful., CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 lo Jan. 20] Devote some time and thought to what you want to., 0 }" A ' gY^'day :socia] ladder. Mak lo get into fine social w h i r l . CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to J a n . j for preparation do in the future and how best ; f n r |ne ,, cw inlo] . os , _..,,,,, (mMc|s (o gwn your particu ar aims | t h a t w i n sn( . n kc , ym , vm Make careful preparations. Get b m a k i lans ^c happ'v information you need from; w i t ,} m . )lc inb|n ' c CVLMli "' suthonlies in your home line' A Q U A R I U S Uan . 21 lo Feb . of endeavor. ]9) Lislcn j ng c a r c f u llv lo (he AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 lo 19) be This the ·. suggest ions of sensible friends is the nghl time oi c a n bc m()sl ,, c , ru , , o d a v gregarious Aquarius' F o r l busilll , ss ._ v o u M ^which everyone loves and make' r e l a x a l i n n and CXT ,. dsc . | the right new connections as. PJSCES (Fch 2n ,,, M . M . 2 n i l well. Go out socially and dress Bc sllre ynu do wnalevcr wM1 | (or the occasion. s t a l n 1U A .j j ( i . ' G I L B E R T PHARMACIES Filling rn'srriplions Since 15H9 CEA and U N I O N PACIFIC PRESCRIPTIONS All [imr Cillinrl. TMi.irinarlea n o w f i l l C K A a n d UMON PISCES (Feb. 20 to Msr. 20), You know better now make others more friendly i toward you and gain their help In important aims you have. Improve your image with t h e ' public in general. Use every ethical means possible. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN: TODAY . . . he or she will be one of those fascinating! young people who is very ex-| pressive. Slanl education along j such lines as lecturing, the theater, the stage in particular, radio work, etc. Teach early not. to be blunt with olhers and get into trouble over a careless I word. Teach to think and act! more kindly loward others as well. Be sure to give the proper religious training. Sports should rot be neglected. "The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of your life is largely up lo you! ((c) WO, McNaught Syndicate, Inc.) !,, |v ,,,,,,., v()u how to ; __ l__. Bigelow SPRINKLE-FREE CARPET CLEANER l!/ 2 Lb. Can Rep. 2.95 1.98 around for an Air Conditioner? Sales and Installation Counseling Guaranteed Products and Service The NOISELESS air conditioners from Philco Ford® are being sold at DISCOUNT imeui 3 FiRiQT nt LAJ KXV B ALWAYS RRST QUALITY 824 8th Street Cool It! 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