The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 22, 1968 · Page 4
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BlythwHl* <Ark.) Corner News - Monday, January », 19*8- Pa|a NEW YORK (AP) - Things a columnist might never know If he didn't open his mail: > In the future you may be able to eat your wornout wool suits and sweaters instead of throwing them away. Scientists in New Zealand have found a way to turn Wool into food proteins. They don't have the taste thrill of steak-but they are said to maintain life. We are having a pet popula- tlon explosion as well as a human one. Dogs and cats in the United States now number about 50 million or one for every four people. Incidentally, advocates of equal rights might look into the fact that most local governments discriminate against lady dogs Average license Sees for a male dog are only $1.31, but for a female dog they are $3.10, according to the American Hu- mane Association. If you're having Zsa Zsa G»- bor to dinner soon, be sure to serve frog legs as the main course. She jumps »t every chance to enjoy her favorite dwl- icacy. Did you show up for work today? Well, two million other Americans probably didn't. That's the daily job absenteeism rate. President Johnson wants us to cut down on foreign travel, so if you want to please him why not see America first by visiting Rome, N. Y., Athens, Ga., and '. Paris, 111. • Quotable notables: ' Be not , afraid of life. Believe that life is worth living, and your belief will help create the fact."-Wiliam James. Clotheshors*: John Whyte, one of Manhattan's lop male models, has a $10,000 wardrobe. Make you jealous, ladies? Safety statistic: U.S. motor vehicles now travel 900 billion miles a year, says the National Foundation for Highway Safety. But 87 percent tof accidents are caused by vehicles that account for only 17 per cent of Ihe total mileage. Prosperity note: Every hour of the day, the federal government now spends at least $1 million more than it takes in. Uncle ,Sam apparently believes in the old saying, 'You can't lake It with you." Worlh remembering: "The dnly people with whom you should try to get even are tho*t who have helped you." Science Shrinks Painful Hemorrhoids Stops Itch-Relieves Pain Hindi Way That Both Relieves Pain and Shrinks Piles In Most Cases New York, N.Y. (Special): Science has found a special formula with the ability, in most cases-to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching and relieve pain. In case after case doctors proved, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrink- ago) took place. The secret ii Preparation H*. There is no other formula for hemorrhoidi like it. Preparation H also soothes irritated tissues and helps prevent further infection. In ointment or suppository form. "MOON MEN"—actually engineers at Hughes Aircraft- study an experimental model of Surveyor 7, launched Jan. 7 for the moon. The last craft in the Surveyor series, No. 7 carries a chemical analysis lab for study of the lunar surface. Astrological * Forecast *. By CARROLL RIGHTBR- to determine paragraph opposite dates include your Slrth datr TUESDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: You find it necessary now that you double - checjc whatever comes to your notice and it is also wise to make a big point to let those about see and be aware that you are the one who will listen to what others have I to say since an uncompromising | a 1 1 i t u d e now expressed can cause you loss in many ways. ARIES (Mar. 21 to V Apr. 19) Handling every responsibility ahead of you is wise and important now or you could get into real trouble as well. Do not follow hunches since they are apt to be quite wrong today. Use good judgment. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Be sure to keep promises you have made to an associate or you make an enemy o£ him, or I her. Be very careful w'here some situation is concerned either at home or in business. Use • diplomacy and tact. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) . Get busy and clear the 'slate • for new interests that you can. • soon get into and for which you need plenty of 'spare time. Be • sure you make your wardrobe , more presentable and modish for the days ahead. Show that you are chic. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You want to share ,. your happiness with others and this is good, since : you ' c a n make them happy. and b'e more economical as well. Be loyal to loved one. Forget some frivolous individual who bothers you. LEO ( J U 1 y 22 to A u g. 21) " Be careful not to do anything that can ru'.n the security you i- now enjoy, whether in property or personal relationships. Get r'.d of that situation that has not made you happy. , Don't permit others to impose on you VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Walking, driving very carefully is imperative right now or you can get into trouble that is serious. Go over any reports that have been made out. Avoid errors. Be clever. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Got. 22) Take care not to be too extravagant or get into some channel that you will have difficulty pad dling later on. Find a more modern system of bookkeeping •This will 1 help 'you, to be more . successful. '..,-.' - SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) If you are more courteous with others instead of trying to make trouble for them, you find you get along much better with ev- 'eryone. Plan how to handle certain intimate affairs that are coming up. Stop worrying. SAGITTARIUS Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Handling those personal affairs In a quiet way is best and you also free more time for whatever is important later on. Assist that charming friend who needs your advice etc. Be an optimist. CAPRICORN (Dec, B to Jan 20) Get busy and. assist Uiose who are your friends instead o lilting back idly and watching McNautkt them squirm. Show that you are a loyal and sensible, person. Store up blessings for yourself and them. AQUARIUS .(Jan.-21 to Feb.j 19) Take care you do nothing that higher-ups could misconstrue or you lose out, and be sure to follow-regulations carefully. Be as efficient as possible in your work. Be trouble - free that way. _.*-••, PISCES (Feb.;20 to Mar. 20) Associates now give you fine ideas that will" improve your position in life in the near future, if followed. Listen carefully. Then study them well and wait until the morrow before putting tfiem into effect. IF YOUK CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be one of those very active young people who should get into some profession where troubleshooting will be the main out- et, so give the kind of educa- ion that will be enjoyed by this ferretting mind. There is a great amount of stick-to- tiveness here and the will power is tremendous. College. IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA, DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY; .ARKANSAS. IN THE MATTER OF -THE ESTATE OF DARROL W. Mo DEARMAN No. 4620 NOTICE LAST, KNOWN ADDRESS OF DECEDENT: Route No. 4, Blytheville, Arkansas.- DATE OF DEATH: January 11, 1968. An instrument dated Novem-i ber 17, 1967 was on the 19th day of January, 1968 admitted to probate as the Last Will and Testament of the above named decedent, and the -undersigned as been appointed Executrix hereunder. A contest of the robate of the will can be ef- ected only by filing a, petition vithin the time provided by law. Air persons having claims against the estate must exhibit hem, duly verified, to the undersigned within six (6) months rom the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published the 22nd day of. January, 1968. Veatrice McDearman Executrix of the Estate of Darrol W. McDearman c/o Gardner & Steinsiek 115 North 2nd Street Blytheville, Arkansas 1-22,29 iSAFEWAY Remember rty your Paper Boy SALES MANAGEMENT TRAINEE METROPOLITAN UFE IN*. 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