1 PL J r 4 By FRANCES DRAKE took in the gntfctft In which ym» birthday com and find \ what your outlook is, aerorrling roil THURSDAY, JULY M, 1173 March 21 to April U (Ark*)Let certain situations tide no*. Forcing tales will do more harm than goad. By demonstra* ttti* you can k* others taw* your ideaa arc practical. April 21 to May 21 (Tfeuttis)- A hunch could pay off dally where career matters are concerned. Biit be sure you are seeing persons and situations in a realistic light. May 22 to June 21 (Gemini)— Try to talk with individuals important to your aims. A bit of diplomatic maneuvering could have fine results. But avoid intrigue. June 22 to July 23 (Cancer)— A new type of work assignment should make your day more interesting than usual On Jhe personal side, an unexpected p;ft or invitation will delight you. July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo) ~ An old acquaintance will do you a very good turn — quite unexpectedly. In fact, your relationships with others, generally, should be unusually congenial Aug. 24 to Sept 23 (Virgo) Follow your instincts now. Intuitions should be at a peak and could .disclose heartening new vistas which will open to you shortly. Sept. 24 to Oct 23 (Libra) Creative interests stimulated. Your ideas are not only inspirational but highly feasible. Also favored: Romance and family concerns. Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Srorpio) — You may be concerned about the "whys and wherefores" of certain events. Ijnsighte ARE available/ but you'll need the help and knowledge of a close associate to attain them. Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 (Sagittarius) — A brand new financial start indicated — accompanied by high hopes, which CAN be realized. You MUST take the initiative, however — and confidently. Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn) — Follow up a potentially good tip you once brushed aside — but not impulsively or unprepared. For best results, you MUST have a definite plan. Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius) — You may be attracted to an individual who seems aloof, indifferent Making a gesture of friendship could prove to be an important move in changing the situation. Feb. 20 to March 20 (Pisces) — Permit others to "be themselves." The Piscean rarely tries to dominate, but such inclinations prevail now. Be especially receptive to ideas from your mate or business a ales. YOU BORN TODAY are endowed with a brilMarrf; intellect, a magnetic personality and unusual versatility. You could succeed in either the business world or in artistic areas — depending on your inclinations and education, of course. Among the arts at which you could especially shine are music, architecture or acting, where your lively imagination could be g ! ven full play. Other fields • suited to your varied talents include the law, medicine, education and writing. Birttodate of: Van diburn, Amer. pianist; Henry D. Hwreau, naturalist, writer. Return From Trip ST, AUGUSTINE—Mrs. Kathleen Boone, Margaret, Sheryl, and Pat, have returned from a 3-week trip to Europe, where they visited Mrs. Boone's brother-in-law and sister, CdL and Mrs. Joseph Pica, and their family at Ramstein Air Force Base, Frankfurt, West Germany. Waiikegan (Continued from Page 17) son in the 1960s are hard acts to follow. Give the American people a breather, a return to normalcy after the last frenzied decade. For an eaicore, status quo! IF WASHINGTON'S output since Watergate has slowed to a trickle, well, so it goes, they 6ay. It's about time for S3 *ne decentralization and about time we divorced ourselves from Uncle Sugar. Isn't that what revenue sharing's all about? they note. If the press and Democrats aire pushing this scandal to the fore, let 'em, they say. But, in the meantime, leave the President alone, he's got important high-level security talks brewing. As these Wau- kegandtes are struggling for a slice of ihe good life, they say Richard Nixon's been kicked around once too often. Give the guy a break, for a change. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) f COPYRIGHT* 1 ffi By £ast# State* Alt fllfihti ftM#fv*& •i 3 Bakery Products Household Items Health & Beauty HARVEST DAY - GREAT FOR SANDWICHES**" Sandwich Bread ^ 37* HARVEST DAY . , ' Hamburger Buns ^35* HARVEST DAY - LARGE White Bread J EDWARDS - FILLED STREUSEL Coffee Cake KLEENEX Boutique 4 Towels w 30 c 20-or. loaf each 27 79 * Miracle White -ISuper Cleaner f^l&i^JBLOSSOMS. FUDGE SUNDAE. ASSORTED ECLAIRS, TOASTED COCONUT Rippin 9 Good Summer Cookii 129 C 7 to 9 -OZ, Canned Foods Spaghettips 2 6-oz. can tVi-oz. can , ©FRANCO-AMERICAN- WITH MEAT BALLS can iJ • ©FRANCO-AMERICAN 4 Beef Raviolios J CHUNK LIGHT MEAT Star-Kist Tuna TILUE LEWIS DIETETIC Fruit Cocktail MIRACLE WHITE - FIRST IN' Fabric Softener <y DISINFECTAN Lysol Aerosol |«BASIN. 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BEEF ROUND Boneless Rump Roast UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED - VALU-TRIMMED Boneless Beef M For Stew «• • !UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED - ALL CUTS INCLUDED Quarter Sliced . ft c Pork Loin LB1.«* JUBILEE - HALVES - SMOKED - READY TO EAT Oscar Mayer Boneless Ham LB. ty.yr r Compare Quality, And Everyday Low Meat Prices Mb. 1-th. $^07 UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED - KlCKORY SMOKED Lady Lee Wieners U 5 D A. - GRADE A - SELF-BASIING HI TO 14-LH. SIZES Harvest Day Turkey 9 VARIETIES - TWIN PACK Lady Lee Sliced Cold CMts ALL BELF OR Al L MEAT Oscar Mayer Wieners REGULAR OR TWCK Oscar Mayer Sliced Bacon BULK STYLE - LINK Oscar Mayer Pork Sausage Oscar Mayer Sliced Bologna 91c Bologna 9 Swift LB 71 * 4 Premium Franks lib 1-lb. AA pkg. 99 11b. pKg. $4 o$ "•"B6 C »J or. $4 •» CHEESE & WIENER Dubuque Cheese Furters U -•> D A. - GHADfi A - ROCK COFWJS* Tyson's Game Hen SWEET SMOKED Dubuque Sliced Bacon MEAT & SERVE Booth Uoz Breaded Shrimp P»9- 1" 1-m. A A DISCOUNT SUPERMARKETS Henderson & Fremont* VriCft 4ff Olicountfd E*c§pl On F«lr-Tr*0»0 And Covtrnmtnl Controlltd lt#m# We Discount Everything Courtesy. And Service! STORE HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 9 A.M.-9 P.M. / So Sun. 10 A.M.-5 P.M. "Our Price Protection Policy guarantees these prices to be effective from Wednesday, July 11, 1973, through Tuesday. July 17, 1973, regardless of cost increases.** t r. ?
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