Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 27, 1973 · Page 21
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 21

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, April 27, 1973
Page 21
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Golesburd Registf r^Mall, Goiesbura, ^ ByPR ^CEawtAKfi Look Ifi th« wctton In which your birttHlay comes and find what ywt outlook is, according to the stars. lit)R SATURDAV, APRIL », 1173 March tl to April M (Aries)-An "iffy" sort of day, much depending on your initiative and appioftch. You have plenty of planetary backing to carry ou worthwhile moves and plans, however. April 21 to May 21(Taurus)You can manage in better-than- average fashion now, but must take precautions not to under- esthnate or overevaluate new propositions - OR the competition. May 22 to June 21 (Gemini)Here is a splendid day for handling both routine matters and unusual undertakings. New advances indicated in projects which have been standing still. June 22 to July 23 (Cancer) — Reflexes, intuition and business acumen should be keen now. Especially favored under day's aspects: Research, merchandising, business transactions in general. July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo) By-pass the irrelevant and frivolous. You can make top-rank gains if you oiMicentrate only on the worthwhile, displaying your capabilities effectively. Aug. 24 to Sept 23 (Virgo) Don't be averse to making changes that offer definite advantages. More interest in things other than the material advised. Sept. 24 to Oct 23 (Libra) Waste no time getting this day out of the planning stage and into entiiusiastic, well-executed action. Any possible (^position shouM stimulate you — not annoy. Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio) Generally, you react to all situations bri{piUy. Ke^ in form now. You should be sparkling with ideas, plans, new and m»re effecient procedures. Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 (Sagittarius) — faced with a decision regarding your home or career, talie time to think things over. Leaving everything status quo just MIGHT be the wisest course. Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn) — You can take a lot of strain off next week by lining up programs and anticipated activities for study now. you may need help with some of your problems. Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius) — Dominating influences are happily on tiie friendly, social side, but a serious note here and there indicates a need for studying situations, backgrounds, people. Feb. 20 to March 20 (Pisces) — Deal only with the soundly feasible. Don't worry over petty matters, but do by-pass ovejfy ambitious pnojects. Many •iittie" things offer so many benefits! YOU BORN TODAY are endowed witii unusual sensitivity, a great appreciation of beauty and of the arts. Your love for home and tradition are deep- rooted, and you malce excellent historians. You are fond of travel and of social life, yet wish your home life to remain constant. MOBILE HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE Wo would welcomr th« opportunity to discusi your inturflnc* roquire- montf with YOU. TQNY lISCHWf 411 BMII •! Phon* 343-1165 MILLERS'MUTUAL INSURANCE \ ASSN. OF ILLINOIS AUTO • HOMf BUSINESS By MICHAEL J. CONLON WASHmOIKKr (VPt) ^ For Virginia Kiuiuer, President Nixoh's consumer adviser, the score in the advtee-tO'lood* <lt««ILlM^a'» Blil'ii li shoppers game ^s even: one loss and one win. Her suggestions that house* wives switch to lesiir; ettfi meat, such as bnim iiM hearts, or follow sUiiiMi ftilai, such as makiof otit a ihsppltig list, proved about as popiilar ai last week's grocery blUi They provoked, amo^g other things, a stack of angry letters, most of which critieittd Mrs. Knauer for simpllstje fBgge» Tips Provoke Flood of Letters to Agencies ti(Hls^ that most shoppers felt they already knew. But a few weeks later Mrs. Itoauor turned her efforts td proiiioiing an eight^ge bbok^ let, "Money Saving Meals," published by the Agriculture Department's Extension Service *-free. the response astounded the Extension Service, and left it with thousands of requests it couldn't fill. It expects 50,000 copies off the press this week and has ordered 200,000 more. But the waiting list for the booklet —with recipes for such things as beef shortcake, cheese stuffed meat patties, corn chowder and cottage cheese omelette —is still a long one. Many consumers ai^arently are having a hard time, thou^, forgetting Mrs. Knauer's advice to "avoid costly convenience foods" or watch out for the price difference between pre- sliced and whole pizza. Mrs. Edward Nabreski of Pembroke, Mass., wrote her: 'S' "How about helping thA of us who have never been mk to afford frozen pizza, sliced or unsliced... The greatest con- See *Coii8tiiiier'*i' (Continued on Page 21. > NARLANS DiSCaUMT DEPARTMEMT STORES FRIDAY-SATURDAY-SUNDAY r .:. • - 1 OALESBUBa ' "O"*™ HENDERSON STREET & WEST FREMONT 1 1 Open Mondoy ItirH SatHrday 10 A .M. »e 9:30 P.M. — 0 |Mn Sunday 10 A .M. to 6 P.M. 1 BANKAMERICAHD 1 OALESBUBa ' "O"*™ HENDERSON STREET & WEST FREMONT 1 1 Open Mondoy ItirH SatHrday 10 A .M. »e 9:30 P.M. — 0 |Mn Sunday 10 A .M. to 6 P.M. 1 /t'i^i <•///! /ft /( 1 OALESBUBa ' "O"*™ HENDERSON STREET & WEST FREMONT 1 1 Open Mondoy ItirH SatHrday 10 A .M. »e 9:30 P.M. — 0 |Mn Sunday 10 A .M. to 6 P.M. 1 CHARGE IT! 1 • Everything First Quality! • IVIonHy Bacl< Guarantee! • Free Parking! • We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities! | CHARGE IT! nmim - SHOES - FAIR TRADE ITEMS NOT INCLUDED NO LAY-A-WAYS TAKEN DURING THIS SALE .4

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