Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 23, 1973 · Page 28
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 28

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 23, 1973
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2t ; .jfaltibtfrfl.Rcgiitdf'MoiJ,,(kjltsbura, III. Monday, July 23, 1973 By FRANCES DRAKE Look in the section in which your birthday eomes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR TUESDAY, JULY 24, 1W3 March 21 to April 20 (Aries) *~ Several money-making ideas may come to you, but be selective. You can't grab the whole bag. Choose the best, then go ahead — with enthusiasm. April 21 to May 21 (Taurus) ~ Avoid tendencies toward haste, emotionalism. Study proffered plans, proposals, etc New advances indicated/but don't lose interest in current projects. May 22 to June 21 (Gemini) — Make an extra effort to get things off to a better start for a much improved work week. And don't overlook any NEW opportunity, no matter how small. June 22 to July 23 (Cancer) — With your personality and persuasiveness, you can be an effective influence in areas where stumbling blocks have been raised. Your spirit of enterprise stimulated. July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo) — Pull down undesirable barriers; recognize real obstacles. With everything in clear focus, you can plan your strategy more effectively. Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 (Virgo) — Stretch a point where it will pay off later. A vote of confidence is sometimes necessary to secure, the cooperation you v need. Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 (Libra) — If considering a new proposition, study carefully, regardless of who wishes to hurry things ^through. View offerings with an :eye to the future. Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio) ;— Avoid present tendencies toward recklessness and extravagance. You could regret such actions in the future. Shun haste and impulsiveness, too. Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 (Sagittarius) — You may need a little extra push to put over pet projects now but, with your know-how and good judgment, you should be able to overcome minor obstacles. Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn) — Take a close look at factors which, influence your decisions. Try to build a sturdier platform to insure a more successful assault on objectives. And do NOT lose faith in them. Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius) — Ignore rumors and correct -misunderstandings wherever you can. But remember that the more quietly you handle such matters the more successful will be your efforts. Feb. 20 to March 20 (Pisces) — Don't jump to hasty conclusions. Even where long-postponed changes are due, do not make them impulsively. Best efforts could be rendered futile by anxiety, premature action. OQUAWKA - Mr. and Mrs. Or us Bird have returned from a trip to Branson, Mo., sponsored by Monmouth merchants. WASHINGTON (UPI)- Presideftt Nixon's chief eco* nomic adviser does not foresee a recession despite a sharp Idrop in the rate of growth of Recent guests at the home of . the econortv . *.r o ,thtr *#. i ine economy. Herbert Stein, chairman of the President's Council of Ruby Gittings were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fausett, brookston, Ind. Mrs. Vera Remick has returned home after spending several days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Marie Snyder, Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kage will reside in Oquawka following his retirement from the U.S. Air Force. He has just completed 20 years in the service — the last three in England. Mrs. Harry Eihl, Olmstead, Ohio, recently visited, Mrs. Maude Davenport and Clifford' Ives. • 1 Economic Advisers, said Sun day that he did not believe "there's any doubt that the rate of growth of the economy has slowed down." But he said he did not see "any evidence" a recession was in the immediate future despite the fact the gross national product annual rate of growth dropped to 2.6 per cent in the second quarter of this year after booming at an 8 per cent rate in the first quarter. "i don't think it is the most probable development," Stein saidoi the recession talk. "We (tei^li ItV a likely &velopnient/ bttt we are in the business Of being concerned ibiut; p|Ssibiyties afid consider ing what might be done if that iibility, which we now think is small, should become more serious." . Ban Food Rationing Both Stein and Agriculture Secretary Earl L. Butz conceded Sunday there would be increases in food prices in the coming days due to the lifting Of most price controls with the start of the administration's Phase IV economic program. Stein said the putting into effect Of more ;flejtible controls was "the,only way to assure atisjrortages of beef and some cuts adequate supply of footJl and less rapidly rising food prices a year from now." Rut* said the loosening of controls was necessary to prevent shortages of some foods. "It is far more important to have the produce here than not to have it there at 15 per cent lower prices," Butz said. Stein was interviewed on CBS' Face the Nation. Butz appeared on NBC's Meet thej Press. Butz ruled out food rationing during the Phase IV period but conceded that "spot shortages of beef likely would develop in the months ahead." Sees End Of Boom 'We . may have some of teef may. be in short supply in some locations in the month* ahead," Butz said. Nixon's program announced last week kept price controls en beef until Sept. 12 but eased controls on other foods. Stein said the program was designed to allow a "gradual phasing in of the price increases that we think are inevitable over the next three or four months without a big bump at any one stage." Stein was asked if he expected housewives to begin hoarding beef. "It depends on how full she's already got the freezer," he said, "and whether she thinks it's better to invest in steak than in the stock market." tit predicted that egg prices would go up "right away" and that "during the week .we'll, see prices of poultry, pork ristng.'' Stein said the United States was coming to the end of an economic boom, but he said there was a "good chance of slowing this boom down ... without what would ordinarily be called a recession." He said talk of a recession "seems to me premature and really not well-founded." < What Do Many Doctors Use Wh^ii^y Suffer Pain Of Hemorrhoidal Tissues? Sawh Fm. Abe Htfc» Stmk Swttof if Seta Tisttts DM to lafectmi. In a surviy; doctor* wetfe asked what they itte to relieve Mich pftinful iymptoms. Many or the doctors reporting said they either uwPrtpwauohH themselves of in theiromce practice. Preparation Ifcgivei prompt, temporary relief for hours in many cases from pdin, itching in hemorrhoidal tissues. And it actually helps shrink painful swelling of such tissues when infected and inflamed. Just see if do<5tbr-tested Preparation H* doesn't help you. Ointment or suppositories. <* Chopsticks may range in length from 5 to 20 inches. 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