Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 16, 1973 · Page 14
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Your Horoscope By FRANCES DRAKE Look in the secUon in which ytiMir birthday comes tmA find whltt your outlook is, according to the stars. rOR TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1173 Marck SI to April n (Aries) —Above^verage planetary influences support your best endeavors, stimulate your talents. Some fine oppwtuniUes indicated. CJo forward confidently. April 21 te May 21 (Taurus) —Alertness, reading betwen the lines, will keep ym on the ball now. Be consistent in all endeavors. Protect properties. May 22 to June 21 (Gemini) —Classify everytMog so that! you will have yctar day weS' ordered BEFOBE jxtu cwn- merwe. That "special" idea or new method could pro^-© profitable if competently impIeiHieit!:-1 ed. June 22 to July 23 (Can;cer>; —There will be nothiog dazzfir^! about this day, yet it can •oEferj you a multitude of benefiite ifi you look in the right places.! Use your fine know -how. 1 July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo> — i Certain details may require! more attention before \vu can relax. Handle promptly! Elkni- nate nonessentials from your program and all should go well. Aug. 24 to Sept 23 (Virgo) —Cu-cumvent troublesome spots, unless your duty lies there — then take them on face to face, without quahns, WITH confidence. Stress level-headedness, serenity, congeniality. Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 (Libra) —Stress accuracy now, both in your work and in the way you impart information. Before embarking on any project, get facts straight. Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio) —Watch expenditures of time and assets. Know why you are doing what you ARE doing, and its consequences. Don't run with the crowd; neither ignore its influence. Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 (Sagittarius) — You may receive many suggestions. Accept only those worth their salt. But be careful not to overlook something helpful through miscalculation. Dee. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn) —Seek further advancement by directing your thoughts and actions in profitable directions. Maintain your principles at all costs. Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius) —Don 't be misled by outside distractions, the ostentatkHis doings of others. You could be fooled if not alert. Don't overload your schedule, either. Feb. 20 to March 20 (Pisces) —Shrewd analysis befwe starting day's program will prevent* errors, wasted tune. Don't just accommodate; rather be choosey, selective in your endeavors. YOU BORN TODAY are highly individualistic, independent and endowed with a wealth of talents upon which to draw for an eminently successful career. Depending on your leanings and education, of course, you could shine in either the business world oc in the field of art—may even combine both successfully. You write very effectively and could excel in the fields of literature or jaurnaHsm. You are a born moneymaker and may be too materialistic at times but, at least, you should never be in want. You have a gregarious personality and your charm and wit win many friends. Traits to curb: Over- aggressiveness and extremism. Birthdate of: J. P. Morgan, financier; William Holden, film star. Smoking Subject Of Youth Confab Some 400 young persons from Illinois will meet to consider the problems of smoking and be encouraged to take the lead in their own community to discourage smoking at the Illinois Interagency Council on Smoking and Diseases' annual Governor's Youth Conference on Smoking at East Bay Camp, Bloomington, Sept. 14-15. Each county heart association in the Service Area 4 — Fulton, Knox, Marshall, Mason, Peoria, Stark, Tazewell and Woodford— is eligible to nominate one par- ticipysnt. Nomination forms may be obtained from the Peoria Heart Assn. office, 1907 N. Sheridan Rd., Peoria. Nominations should be submitted by April 27. A drawing wiij be held the week of May 1 to select two students from the area to attend the camp. fit $239.95 Fimily-Sii« U8 Cu. Ft QE 2-Door R«frig«rator-Framr Separate zero-cold freezer, •titomatio defrosting refrigerator, .full width* crisper. Come In and savel pEL ,v |„ED M98 E 'V I II inn " <219.95 GE 30-ln. Push-Button Range Has Big'XIean Look"Oven Accurate .t3ush -button con* trols for top surface units with giant ^'Clean Look" oven with Continuous Cleaning action. A beauty! DELIVERED $199.95 Family-Size Automatic Washer With Flexible Cycles Big capacity washer with flexible washing cyplefor every type of washload. Deep wash action really cleans. Rapid spin dry. DEUVERCO Regular $229.95 GE Multi-Speed And Mini-WashAutomaticWasher A deluxe washer with muti-speeds, 3 water lev« els, for various $i?e loads plus exclMsive Minj^Besket for hand'Wash jobs. n98 OEUVERED $199.95 General Electric Modem 9.5 Cubic Foot Refrigerator Buy Apartment-size with deep stori|gashelves,full width freezer, critper, chiller tray and egg reeic. DELIYCREO Giant Frost-Free Side-By-Side Food Warehouse RANGES WASHERS DRYERS DISHWASHERS SAVE J5495! B§gular 4439.95 DELIVERED Giant 17.5 ct. ft. frost-free food' warehouse has a big 207-lb. vertical freezer for all your frozen foods. Spaciotis refrigerator has deep shelves, vegetable drawer. Both sides havie handy door shelves. Be sure to hurry In 1 14.7 Cubic Foot FROST-FREE 2-Door Model SAVE $54951 $329.9S DELIVERED There's not a spect of frost anywhere in this big, family-size 2- door refrigerator-freezer for your frozen foods plus a spacious refrigerator section with dairy mart and handy door shelves. Save on this special low sale price! FREE DELIVERY AND 1 YEAR SERVICE ON ALL APPLIANCES I General Electric $219.95 Heavy.DutyBig18-Lb. Filter- Flo Automatic Washer ThislS-lb.automaticwash- er has 3 wash, 2 rinse temperatures, adjustable wash cycle with exclusive Filter-Flo wash action. OEUVERED NO SALE IS FWAL UNTIL YOU ME SATISFO We, at F R A N c s have always tried to give you the best.by providing you a wide selection of Nationally Famous Homefiumishings, Including eppliances and electronic needs. We give you FREE DELIVERY and SET-UP, FREE SERVICE and extended warranties. AND, just in case a problem developed with some purchase and your salesman or store maneger has not handled It to your satisfaction, we provide an EXTRA SERVICEI You can call or write Betty Lang. 4600 Goodfellow Blvd., St. Louis, Mo. 63120, Telephone 761-1300, Extension 286, explaining your problem. You will find WE LISTEN, WE CARE end WE WILL SOLVE YOUR PROBLEM. on SALE AT EXTRA LOW PRICES Regular $139.95 GE Electric Dryer With A Variable Timer Wash and dry your clothes anytime of day or night, rain or shine I Variable timer for various types of drying. Has lint filter. DEUVEREO $179.95 GE Heavy-Duty IB-Lb. Hi-Speed Electric Clothes Dryer Takes a full washload and dries it fluffy soft. It has 3 heat selections for regular, permanent press; no-heat. Giant filter. Francs m DEUYERED 1865 N. HfNDERSON $1.. GMESBURC, III. • No Sah hFin,! Uf DL^^^ r 11 n YouAfB Completely Phone 343-5112 setisf/ed/ 12 to 5 Sundoy GE Work-Saving Dishwasher Can Be Converted To A Built-in Unit No special wiring or plumbing is needed for this automatic dishwasher. Has soft food Disposer, automatic detergent cup. Savel mi DELIVERED ^ NatmaUOO Stores Punhamg Power . Seves You Morel ' Ckrgelt And£ajoyB$tter UviagNowl WANT ADS PAY DIVIDENDS! A OlVISlOfNi AMtKICAIV ISi -XriONAl STOHtS I INi C THE WORLD b lAHUbSI H () M F F I I R (\i I S H j-R S

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