Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 28, 1973 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, July 28, 1973
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.Saturday, July 28, 1973 f Horoscope By FRANCE DRAKE Look in the letttoii in which our birthday <xm* and find hat youf outlook is, according > the star* Ktm MONDAY, JULY M, 1I7S Mtfd II *• April M(Arl «8H To attolavt worthwhile goal) now, ywi will need the cooperation of others, so don't be ovwty aggressive or try to force issues. TacM April 21 to May 11 (Taurus)Be sure With whom you make agreements, commitments. All situatieMijmay not please, but keep trying. Those showing feast promise may turn out most sat isfyifig. May; W to iunevtl (Gemini)Influences somewhat miked. There may be more than meets the eye in some situations, fie alert, but not overly suspicious. Jnne tt to July W (Cancer)A time for reevaluating your position, your attitude, your approach to all mitten. With all in clear focus, you can stabilize "cloudy" situations. July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo) Favored for rapid advancement : Business matters, research, theatrical interests; also, educa tional activities, political and scientific pursuits. A good day! Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 (Virgo)Generous planetary influences favor new enterprises, with gratifying returns indicated. Coast Is clear for ACTION — •but within reason. Sept.• 24 to Oct. 23 (Libra)There are tendencies now to take off on tangents and to ease up in effort just when more persistency is needed. Donlt fail yourself'by yielding to such in clinations. Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio)— : Your intuition and; 1 fine judgment in familiar activities Will be a boon in tight spots now. ..Vou COULD try something new , if so inclined, but don't go v be-' yohd your depth. r Nov. IS to Dec. 21 (Sagittarius) — A good day for starting or developing new business associations. An unusual idea could spark a brand new' ap- - prdach in career matters, as well. •'" • v Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn) You mays face keen competU otion) but your abilities will be Stimulated if you believe in yourself and make the best of your fine talents. Direct activities thoughtfully. Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius) — A gigantic step may not be necessary; several smaller ones may bring you to your goals with surer footing, help you to launch 2 the imusUal with, endur- inj£ silcc6ss* Feb; 20 to March 20 (Pisces)You #111 have access to some extraordinary gains now if you • move* with forethought .and know/how. Neptune, propitious, ' stimulates!"'• ydur intuition and quick, thinking. YQU BORN TODAY usually reach• top-level attainment and pan become a leader in almost any field you choose, as a life work;;. The Leoite is endowed with:ereat personal magnetism, a brilliant'Wit,' and is delightful, buoyant compafiy when at bis best.'On the minus side, however; hjjjt- is , inclined to be too opiniohated, obstinate and domineering. You MUST learn to conquer Such tendencies lest they offset the many fine traits which draw people to you instinctively, You are unusually progressive and often unconventional in your methods, since you are likely to overturn tradition and institute new orders — which you always label reforms. Fields in which you could excel: Business, journalism, sports, sculpture, the law. Birthdate of Henry Ford,, auto magnate; Casey Stengel, baseball manager; PauLAnka, singer, County Residents Get Scholarships Five residents of Knox.County have been awarded adult and special education ! scholarships; for 1973*74, a^wding to Robert p. Peek, superintendent of the Knox County Educational Service Region, Recipients are Connie Marie Fako, 1242 W. Grove St.; Mary Eileen White, Abingdon; Roger Lee Ferguson, 155 N. Arthur Ave.; Frances Marie Smith* Lake Bracken, and Christine R. Mangieri, Abingdon. Th# pcbolarships, valid for four spars, exempt the recipi ents from paying tuition, ma tricuJition, graduation, term or incidental fees. Peck explained The Magna Carta, the Great Charter of English liberty, was exacted from King John at Hutmytmte June 15, 1315. Stratford Brings A New Concept In Casual Comfort To Your Home..... SAVE $21.96/ $199.98 ImSabt Only SAVE $91981 Ragaiar $179.98 Stratohuagar Now you can enjoy the exciting new beauty of these Stratford "Townaire" living room pieces that will bring a distinctive flair to your decor combining the popular casual look with deep- down comfort and wearability that you can see. Walnut finished exposed wood frames with the new "sling" construction that makes these pieces stand out as being most unusual. Deep polyfoam cushioning is covered by a leather-like vinyl with wide pullover arms and acrylic arm caps; Make "Townaire" part of your home. SAVE $21.98! Ragular Swi¥§l Rock&r, Now SAVE $21,981 Regular $149.95 Lounga Chair, Juat SAVE $191 Ragular $80 Ottoman, Now 25x25x20" Square Commode 24x28x20" Hexagon Commode Save $22.95 On Exciting Italian Slate-Top tables i Choose Your Dining Room Pieces From These Bassett Spanish "Madera" Group Regular 479.95 $ 55 DELIVERED SAVE $10.07 You'll love the bold beauty end practicality of these ''Verona" Tablet with simulated slate tops. Supertuf vinyl veneers have a rich Spanish oak finish. Hurry! Reg, $29,95 Decorlon Decorator Bon fitg Lounger Free-form polystyrene bean b«g covered in a "wet" vinyl, Goat where you flol TAKE ALONG 19" SAVE $11.07 Authentically Styled Maple Boston Rocker back Boston Rocker In rich maple finish. Extra comfortable seat. Reg. $29.95 r«rv 18 M TAKE ALONG !i Regular $129.95 DELIVERED Here is a dining room group that you will cherish for years. The exciting carvings and bold design are centuries was copied from an original masterpiece. Choose the 40x60x72" Oval Table or 1 Arm Chair and 3 Side Chairs, or the China Base, or lovely glass shelf, lighted China Hutch Top. ;A i vi 1865 N. HENDERSON ST. • GAIESBURG, III. Phone 343-5112 A DIVISION AMtRK. A(\j NAIiOIMAl SIOHfS INC. THf WO RIDS LARGEST H»

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