Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on July 16, 1974 · Page 5
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 5

Ukiah, California
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Tuesday, July 16, 1974
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i V, 1 By SYDNEY OMARR For Wednesday, July 17 The Pisces person can appear to be swayed, won, over, intimidated. However, when the final score is shown, Pisces is not last, but usually high on the agenda and wielding a strong influence. Pisces is Neptune and the Twelfth House and here is mystery, clandestine, delicious secrecy, poetic expression and a kaleidoscope of colors, feelings, impressions, numbers, urges, scenes, trips, intuitions, out-of-body journeys. sell Pisces short is akin to walking into a whirling, whirring machine whose blades have been.honed to paper-cutting sharpness. Don't push Pisces! Your today, tomorrow by the stars ARIES (March 21-April 19): Take stock of relations • with neighbors, relatives. You can be independent without being arrogant. You can get across views without being domineering. Know it and strive for harmony —. without abandoning principles. Message will be clarified. TAURUS (April 20-May- 20): Trust hunch. Some persons, offering to co-operate, have ulftrior motives. Know it and protect yourself. Don't be too polite. Be what you are — which, is hardy, frank, direct, stubborn. Then others will set your message loud and clear—which is all to the good. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Cycle high — get going. Be independent in thought, action. Highlight originality, creativity. Imprint your own style. Be conspicuous. Wear bright,, summer colors. Let others know you are here and . intend to do something about it. CANCER (June 21-July 22): You know now that you don't know it all. Aquarious, Leo and Scorpio individuals are apt to be part of picture. Accent is on what occurs out-of-sight. Get behind the scenes. Be specific, frank and practical. Enjoy sweet nothings Without believing" them. You will comprehend. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Accent on romance, friendship, hopes, desires. You are rewarded for past efforts. Member of opposite sex plays significant role. You make changes. You become more aware of who you are and where. you want to go. Gemini, Virgo persons are in picture. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Accent is on professional superiors, advancement, responsibility, standing in community. You get on more solid footing. Your lifestyle undergoes review, possible change. Taurus, Libra persons could play significant roles. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): You may be trying to accomplish too much, too soon. Olio Messages, calls and correspondence have elusive qualities. Take stock. Get second wind. Travel is featured. Bring facts into focus. Pisces, Virgo persons may be in picture. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Nothing halfway; there is intensity, added pressure, responsibility. Older individual is in picture. You will be calling upon past experience, lessons learned from authority figure. Money and partnership, love and mate — these areas' are highlighted. Protect your interests! SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): You gain added recognition because your ability to communicate will be enhanced. More persons become aware of you. Those with problems will confide and confess. Be sympathetic without, becoming inextricably involved. Aries, Libra persons are in picture. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Work, routine, health, money as it affects offspring or lover — these are in spotlight. Maintain independent stance. Bring forth creative resources. Try new places to dine. Revive interests. You receive meaningful compliment from member of opposite sex. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Emotional ties refuse to go away. Be aware of how you feel and what you intend to do about it. Your intuition works overtime. What you feel tends to dominate over what you may think or reason. Another Aquarian may be featured prominently. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Practice, perfect, communicate and appraise — get bead on values. Reject second-hand information. Make inquiries. Insist on answers, not evasions. Deal with one who is frank, even if views clash with your own. IF TODAY TS YOUR BIRTHDAY you are an organizer, knowing what will be of value and what should be discarded. You live and love in intense manner. Your loyalties are strong — and so are your dislikes. August will be your most important month of 1974. Capricorn and Cancer people play significant roles in your life. FEMALE TURN-ON SHEFFIELD, England (UPI) — Girls who use perfume hoping to attract men are more likely to turn themselves on, according to Sheffield University Zoologist Francis Ebling. In a research paper, Ebling said most perfumes are based on smells from male animals and whatever the origin of the scents they are much more potent for women than they are for men because women's nostrils are more sensitive. Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 March 5,1770, masacresite 7 Settlement 13 Dress 14 Dinner course 15 Pilfers 16 Tried out 17 Ages and ages 18 Feminine suffix 20 Holy Roman Church (Latin ab.) 21 Bodies of land 24 Noted cape 27 Infinite duration 31 Death notices 33 City in Michigan 34 Whole jury 35 River (comb, form; var.) 36 Ungrateful persons 40 Pulls (Scot.) 41 Turns aside 43 GI's address (ab.) 46 Afresh 47 Female deer 50 Swamp 53 Nocturnal mammals 55 Cylindrical 56 Barters 57 Looked fixedly 58 Hebrew ascetic 11 Never (contr.) 12 Go (archaic) DOWN 19 Make lace 1 Foundation 21 Buries 2 Lad's name 22 Fall in drops 3 British gun 23 Prying sneaks 4 Aunt (Sp.) 24 Pueblo Indian 5 Shield bearings 25 Obsolete 6 Cuddle up Japanese coin c A 1 R N L •K A L T O NIA A B o o E s S T A E V G o N E R S. IS E A o f> V R E c R b. ^ A C T o $ E T XX. T A MA R A o R A L 1 A S U M M 1 E £ :F T E o AM 1 " o T 1? E I D N E E N <*1 rj A mi O c E. A N $ C O R. K N r*i A P u L O E s o s 1 R 1 •? 1 B 1 S L. E. A S 7 Chemical hydrocarbon 8 Individual 9 Lieutenants (ab.) 10 Table bits 26 Wedding band 28 Preposition 29 Chinese money ofaccount 30 Sweet potatoes 32 Sliced cabbage (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) 37 Annoyed 38 Sea eagle (var.) 39 Lissome 42 Pitchers 43 Amounts(ab.) 44 Versifier 45 Odd (Scot.) 47 Dandy 48 Biblical name 49 Being (Latin) 51 Air (comb. form) 52Sainte(ab.) 54 Feast day (comb, form) Tuesday, July 16, 1974 Ukiah Daily Journal, Ukiah Calif.— 5 mm How's the weather? There were showers in the West and on the mid-Atlantic coast early today. !: Thunderstorms developed over parts of the northern Midwest and Mississippi Valley, and along the, eastern slopes of the central Rockies. A tornado was reported near Dillworth; Minn. NEIGHBORS GATHER — Approximately 400 guests gathered Sunday evening on a mountain side north of Willits for a benefit barbecue and rock concert for Dick Kollin, hog breeder, neighbor and friend of many of those attending. The gathering was reminiscent of the old-fashioned picnics of the early part of the century with those attending stretching out in the grass of the field in the sunshine or under the shade of oak and redwood trees to dine and listen to the music of Willis, the Two Rock, Jive Clive, Nigger Tones, R. Crumb and His Crumbly Little Orchestra, and Frenchy, Pam and Friends, played on back of parachute covered truck. Kollin prepared a pig, luau style, for the event and additional food and eating utensils were donated by nine Willits business houses. The pasture of the property owned by Dr. and Mrs. Fred M. Myers 'of Willits was loaned for the event which was planned to raise funds to help Kollin meet unexpected legal fees. A real example of neighbor helping neighbor. —Journal photo by Fae About a half-inch of rain fell in a six-hour period at Newport News, Va., El Dorado, Ark., Lexington, Ky., and Bridgeport, Conn. Temperatures around the nation ranged from 42 degrees at Sawyer Air Force Base in Michigan to 89 degrees at Blythe and Needles, Calif. The California weather summary: . Scattered light showers and isolated thundershowers. broke out again Monday afternoon over the mountains and deserts of Southern California and spread northward over the central Sierra Nevada and White Mountains. , During the cool of evening, most of the. clouds dissipated. Skies were generally clear this morning over the state, except for very patchy fog and low clouds along the immediate coast and some high thin clouds over the extreme northwest and southeastern sections of the state. ' There will be fairly brisk sea breezes this evening. Early morning temperatures will be mostly in the 50s along the coast and in the 60s inland except in the 70s in the deserts. Fair weather is forecast to continue except for patchy low clouds along the coast nights and mornings. The shower activity over the interior mountains and deserts will be decreasing. Daytime temperatures will be little changed. Extended weather outlook for Central and Northern California Thursday through Saturday: Fair except patchy night and morning fog or low clouds along coast and chance of afternoon showers Sierra Nevada. Highs inland in the 90s and near the coast 60s and 70s. Lows in the 50s and 60s inland and the 50s along the coast. BROILER STEAK HOUSE NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK IT COSTS '55,000,000A YEAR TO GIVE YOU INFORMATION THAT YOU ALREADY HAVE. Directory Assistance Operators at Pacific Telephone receive over a million requests a day for numbers that are already listed in the phone book. In fact, many calls are for the same numbers over and over... for places like restaurants, buses, theatres, department stores, and service stations. And while it's our policy to provide you with whatever information you request, you should know that last year, the Operator expense for handling those unnecessary calls totaled over $55,000,000. $55,000,000. That's a lot of money to pay for information you already have... right in your local directory. So, if you're concerned about the cost of your service, do something about it. Make a list of the numbers you call most often, and keep it handy. Also, keep the book near your phone, and use it whenever you can. Of course, whenever you can't find the information you need, we're here to IF YOU CARE ABOUT SE THE BOOK. f!

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