Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 14, 1973 · Page 18
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, June 14, 1973
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18 Golesburg Register-Mail, Golesburg, 111. Thursday,June,, .)AJ1 ?3 Your Horoscope By FRANCES DRAKE Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1973 March 21 to April 20 (Aries) —Make decisions only ato • careful investigation. Expnd energies to elicit lasting results Avoid the "quick return" angle: It is fraught with traps. April 21 to May 21 (Taurus) — There's a tendency toward pessimism now, but don't yield ito it. With good judgment and a bit of finesse you can make your outlook brighter, expand possibilities. May 22 to June 21 (Gemini) —Do not become disenchanted with those who disapprove of your ideas or who are unwilling •to fall in with your plans. Be philosophical, tolerant. June 22 to July 23 (Cancer) —Planetary aspects now warn against misleading influences deceit and dubious schemes. Be alert, and counteract with your innate integrity and good judgment. July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo)—Wait on decisions until all avenues have been explored. Should temporary deterrents appear, handle discerningly, with clear' headedness, smart control. Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 (Virgo)— Your ingenuity, foresight and intuition should be at a peak now. A good time to took into new "offerings and gauge their real value. Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 (libra)— Matters of minor importance could blow up out of proportion. Don't let them. Your quick-silver intuition and• foresight' should be a big help. Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio)— Take a second took before accepting new ideas or; unusual propositions. Don't waste time and energy pursuing a will-o'- the-wisp. ' Be especially careful about financial involvements. Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 (Sagittarir .us)-—The risk of being taken in by your emotions or by fast- italkers is potent now.. Safeguard your principles and your assets. Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn) —Stellar aspects indicate a new I chance* for advancement. Keep going in 'familiar areas and keep extracurricular • activities j in their proper place. Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius) —Uranus fairly'generous. Dovetail activities with those of associates. Joint performances more resultful than solo-ventures now. Feb. 20 to March 20 (Pisces) —Do not let a personal disappointment mar !-y:o u r over-all perspective. Continue to aim for high goals. Your adeptness, know-hioiw and intuition should be potent now. YOU BORN TODAY are endowed with a high order of intelligence; have an engaging personality and are enterprising, inventive and happy-hearted. You have a great love of beauty and are artistic in what ever you do. However, you also have a practical bent which enables you to turn the most fanciful conception into a profitable reality. You love to travel and have a great affinity for the outdoors; would make an excellent gardener, botanist or horticulturist. Other fields in which you could succeed Painting, literature, music, med icine and the law. BMhdaifce of. Mine, Schumann-Heink, noted singer; Ediwaird, the "Black Prince' 1 oi Wales; Edvard Grieg, composer. Youth Receives Appointment For Service Academy VICTORIA - Ronald E. Johnston, grandson of. Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. Johnston, Victoria, 'and Mrs. Zetaa O'Malley, 366 W. First St., Galesburg, has received a presidential appointment to the Air Force Academy iat Colorado Springs, Colo. He is currently visiting his grandparents. Johnston is fthe son of Navy Lt. and Mrs. Richard E. Johnston. As a senior at George Washington High School on Guam, where his father is stationed, he was in the top 10 per cent of his class, captain of am award-wirating cycle team and a imemhea* of the school's cross - country and football, squads. He was also a member of the chess club. 'He received his private pilot's license when he was 17. His ambition is to become an Air Force pilot. He will report July % for six weeks of indoctrination. Senate: Halt Underground Atom Tests WASHINGTON (UPI)-The senate Foredgn Relations Committee wants President Nixon to propose aft immediate halt to underground nuclear testing when he meets with Soviet leader' Leonid I. Brezhnev next week. BUT ACTING DEFENSE Secretary William P. Qem- ents opposes the idea. The committee adopted, 14-« 1, Wednesday a resolution sponsored by Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass. It urges Nl*on to propose to Brezhnev "an Immediate suspension ott underground nuclear testing to remain in effect so long as the Soviet Union abstains from underground testing." It also called for negotiations for a permanent, all-inclusive test ban treaty. The United States and Soviet Union signed a treaty in 1963 banning nuclear tests in the atmosphere, under water and in space. But underground tests were not Included In the treaty, Clement"? told a Pentagon news tc^lerence Wednesday he opposed a total test ban, which he said, would not be "in the country's best interest." CLEMENTS SAID he believes .the Soviet Union is seeking World military superiority. "We don't have any solid informaition that the So­ viets have taken down any missile systems or reduced ihdt megatorniage," he saW. "They have done just flhe opposite." In past years a stumbling block in the way of a full test ban has been that the United States insisted some on-site inspections were necessary while the Soviet Union opposed such inspections. The Kennedy resoilution argued that, more recently, detection) techniques have improved so .that on-site inspection is no longer necessary. Fred Charles Ikle, President Nixon's nominee to head the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, told the committee the resolution was a "constructive step forward." Clements also told reporters: ~ THE BOMBING of Cambodia "has definitely been successful." He said the mili­ tary situation there has improved in the past two months. — He" is looking fof ways to increase, rather than decrease, parts of the defense budget. He said getting the budget through Congress would be "tough" in the wake of Watergate, but expressed optimism there would be na large seals cuts. — The United States is attempting to sell the F14 Navy jet fighter to allied nations. OJ. Johnson Co., GalesburQ's Greatest Store Since 1862! SHOP O.T.'s 10 to 9 MONDAY & FRIDAY. OTHER DAYS 10 to 5 USE YOUR CONVENIENT O.T.'s CHARGE PLATE. Make the Cool Scene with Whirlpool air conditioners W that complement your decor Model. ARJ-P80-2 9 Decorator styled to blend with any decor. 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Automatic dehumidifies. Take it home, Install it yourself and enjoy quick cool comfort. AHAM-certified 5,000 BTU plugs into ordinary 115-volt household outlet. In soft white styling with sound seal construction for quiet op- 107 137 Comfort Guard control eliminates cooling overdose and underdose. Whisper-quiet operation with 2 fan speeds and 2-way air direction. Permanent washable filter and AHAM certified 10,000 BTU cooling. 197 Whirlpool Super Air Conditioner Super cool for extra-fast cool down, plus Normal Cool and Night Cool. Balanced cooling with Comfort-Guard. 4-way air direction with Whisper- Quiet operation. Dry steel construction guards against rust-out. AHAM-certified 18,000 BTU. 267 Whirlpool Dehumidifier R i d your home of dampness with Whirlpools automatic humidisrat control Dehumidifier. Rustproof moisture container has drain hose connection for running directly to floor drain if you desire. Heavy-duty compressor that operates quietly. 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