Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 12, 1973 · Page 10
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IjSl Gafesburg ReQMef-Mdil, C^lesburg, III, Thursday, July 12, 1973 idnap Just iNews Story To Employes Four Horoscope By FRANCES DRAKE Look in the section in which youf birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR FRIDAY, ' JULY 13,1973 March 21 to April 20 (Aries) - A'gttod day to contact the opposition and try to work out a satisfactory compromise. Be realistic, though, and don't give tod much just to dispose of matters quickly. April 21 to May 21 (Taurus)— An original twist or a new routine could brighten monotony, but don't go to extremes and attempt the bizarre. May 22 to June 21 (Gemini)— Self-reliance and optimism simulated. Seek better under standing with associates. Promote sound ventures: Some spending may be necessary to insure gains. June 22 to July 23 (Cancer)— Give careful thought to decisions you must make soon. Try to understand thoroughly the jobs and involvements of the next few days. And be objective! July 24 to Au<*. 23 (Leo) — Tip-top solar influences stimulate possibilities of progress. Especially favored: Financial transactions, theatrical ventures, dealings in antiques and objects d'art. Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 (Virgo)— Stellar influences somewhat mixed, but generally on the favorable side. You may get unexpected help in a personal problem through a business associate. Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 (Libra) Stellar influences continue to favor creative interests and stimulate your ingenuity. Also, a good day for seeking favors — especially in mid-morning. Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio)— You may be given some new | responsibilities. Don't give way to anxiety. Take each matter in turn, handling essentials first. The rest will fall into place. Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 (Sagittarius) — Expend energies wisely. There's a tendency now to overtax yourself. Your talent for car-! rying out assignments against big odds can be cleverly used. Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn) — Be alert to schemers and those offering dubious propositions. Don't allow yourself to be "taken in" by rosy promises, no matter how convincing the promoter may be. Jan, 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius) — Don't disregard little warning signals. Keep your imagination controlled in work and business deals, in all areas. There's a tendency now to run out of bounds. Feb. 20 to Mar. 20 (Pisces) — j As with Capricorn, you, too, may encounter the deceptive and the unscrupulous. Be alert, and don't forsake principles. YOU BORN TODAY are endowed with a fine mind, a great love of home and family and a talent for mathematics and science. Your lovalty and sense of responsibility are outstanding, as are vour* conservatism and conventionality. You are extremely versatile, and, if you do not lose confidence in yourself ( a Cancerian tendencv)', can become hiehly successful in almost anv career you choose. You could turn to the literary world and shine in it. or a business connected with books; could exrfii in real estate, ar^e- ology, music, medicine, the law or architecture. Traits to curb: Jealousy and overpossessive- ness. "Birthdate of: John Dee, mathematician. EHisville Groups Scjjedule Picnic ELIilSVILLE— Modern Woodmen Junior Service Club and the Woodmen Adult Camp wil ( l hold a picnic July 15 at Big Creek Park, Canton. Modern Woodmen Club members iTC collecting usable wood scraps; for winter crafts projects. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gamer- • on and sons returned July 8 1 from, $ camping trip in the West. | AKRON, Ohio (UPI) Firestone Tire and Rubber Co.'s employes view the firm's problems in South America with guerrillas who kidnaped one of their executives as just something to read about in the newspapers, according to the firm's public relations director. But one shareholder in the company indicated many stockholders were against paying ransoms because it only en­ courages guerrillas to kidnap someone else. Bernard Frailer, public relations director, said Wednesday employes at the company's world headquarters seemed unconcerned about the kidnap­ ing of John R. Thompson, Firestone's president in Argentina, and the reported payment of $3 million for his safe return July 6. "This thing happened in another country. It's something to read about in the newspapers," Frazier said. Me said it "is possible some stockholders, will ask about this" at the company's next annual meeting in January, 1974. "But that bridge is still several months away." Firestone has 40,000 stockholders and 10,000 employes at its Akron headquarters. One shareholder, former Firestone assistant treasurer Robert E. Linder, said the thrust of comments he has heard from stockholders is: "After the first company gave in, where does it end?" Labor leaders said the kidnaping also caused little visible stir among the 4,000 union employes. "If they were upset, I'd know about it," said William Collier, president of the United.Rubber Workers local. "I don't know much about the kidnaping; I haven't kept up with it." Thompson was released July 0 in Buenos Aires and a Marxist guerrilla group claimed Tuesday the company paid a $3 million "revoluntion- ary tax" to free him. The company has refused to comment on details of Thompson's release. Some 80 kidnapings have been reported in Argentina this year, and guerrilla groups have been paid an estimated $11 million. Insurance sources in Buenos Aires said policies for payment of ransoms are available but that premiums have gone as high as $120,000 per $1 million of ransom covering the top five persons in a company. Frazier said he was unaware of Firestone's holding a ransom insurance policy. READ THE WANT ADS1 O.T. Johnson Co., Galeiburg's Greatest Sforo Sine* 1862! 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