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Blythevlfle (Ark.) Courier News - Saturday, March SO, 199 - Page 1 SCIENCE STUDENTS SELECTED-Three Blytheville Junior High School students, (left to right) David Smith, Nan Stiles, and Joe Ross, were invited to attend the regional meeting of the Junior Academy of Science in Jonesboro last Tuesday. At the meeting, which was held at Arkansas State University, the students gave an oral presentation of re- search papers written on the basis of personal experiments conducted. All three are students of Mrs. Cullen Dixon, general science instructor at BJHS. A student at BlytSie- ville High School, Joe Pride, who was not present for the picture, was also invited to the meeting. (Courier News Photo) Labor Shortage Plag ues Sib eria By ANTHONY C. COLLINGS Associated Press Writer MOSCOW (AP) - Siberia is suffering from a critical labor shortage. This sprawling, rich expanse of the Soviet Union once had plenty of workers—men sent during the Stalin years to forced labor camps. With the.partial'relaxation of police state controls since Stalin's death in 1953, many forced laborers and ethnic groups which had been deported to Siberia have been allowed to return home. The Soviet state has tried to encourage other workers to . move to Siberia to fill the gap. Harsh living conditions and ners—when they are Hoping to rapidly exploit Siberia's rich material deposits,, oil, timber and power resources as the future backbone of national industrial growth. The labor situation -is believed to be one of several factors prompting the Soviet government to seek Japanese help in jointly developing parts of Siberia, Negotiations with Japanese businessmen have not yet been completed for the long-term projects. Premier Alexei N. Kosygin recently visited two Siberian areas known to suffer from the labor shortage. One was the remote city of Norilsk, north of the Arctic Circle and some 2,flOO other problems have discour-j miles northeast of Moscow, aged some would-be settlers " from making the move, and prompted others already there to leave. Founded in 1935, it was built entirely by inmates of a prison camp in a frozen area rich with uranium, copper and platinum. One recent survey at the big' Norilsk is the Soviet Union's industrial site of the Sorsk mo-1 northernmost industrial center. lybdeniim plant in central Siberia's Krasnoyarsk region showed that 201 persons were leaving for every 100 who arrived. The labor shortage comes at the wrong time for Soviet plan- Living conditions, one diplomat says, are "hellishly harsh." The average January temperature in the area is -22. The town's remoteness—850 miles north of the nearest major city — makes transportation costs for consumer goods prohibitively high. Studies by Soviet scientists have shown that cities like Nor- ilsk have to spend much more than other cities to make living Astrological Forecast By Owroll Righwr SUNDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: SUNDAY, March 31st, 1968 is not a very important day or evening but one in which you, _ . have all kinds of opportunities I ° n al to quietly look at a course of swle ot action that can both fit in with make real headway In attending to bills, planning how to increase your abundance, have more of life's goodies. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) During A.M. a business expert cbes not comprehend your financial position, but later in Hie day fine ideas and advice come forth. Take time to eradi- MOON CHILDREN (June 22 ] mcnts made on time. Evening to July 21) You can clarify your ' is ideal from the romantic finest ambitions in A.M. but cannot get wheels rolling until tonight. Some social life is fine standpoint. Be charming, kind. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Taking the trouble to find out but around cocktail time. Get | what your partners want from business results then, also, very you is wise, and then you can easily. ' .be happy together in P.M. as LbO (July 22 to Aiig. 21) j well. You get a better picture A powerful person's influence | what your true position Is with caie any mistakes. Be practical j can be denied you during, others, also. Be active, cheer- and do much in P.M. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Tt requires that you use patience in A.M. when you feel tlial ° tners are thwarting you VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) You must be more broadmind- with congenials to places of en-1 cd if you are to get best results A.M. if you are not wise in ful. your choice of words, act bad-' SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to ly. Otherwise evening properly 1 Dec. 21) Get busy early with all brings you further support. Fol- j those duties ahead of you and low regulations to the letter. |get the benefits there from by your spiritual needs as well as your emotional requirements and your financial desires, so it could be a day to remember. No detail is so tiny it should not have your focused attention right now. 'IRIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) A day to elevate your consciousness to the finer things of life so that you can acquire more of them and have a happier time as well. An expert in business gives fine advice drawn from own experience. Take it easy tonight. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Know what your own finest desires are and test them against those who are very successful — then follow through in attaining them. Be a little formal in your entertainments tonight. Enjoy yourself as you like. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Closet .yourself for a while today and think over what your real needs, desires are and how to better satisfy them. Take first steps in such directions. Don't confide in others or you might lose out to them. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Doing whatever will bring closer relationships with good friends will do many small miracles for-you. Don't be so opinionated at social affairs. Keep cool and poised and you win over others. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Others are too busy right now tertainment you like. in what you have planned after 'namic self. evening. Be more cooperative with co-workers and accomplish a great deal. Be your own dy- GEM1NI (May 21 to June 21) ,sundown. Don't permit a letter) CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. A private anxiety could peck ' ' ~ ~ away at you in a.m., but forget it and work out some plan that is very effective. Put in opera- in A.M. to upset you. Handle it 120) Although you are feeling properly in the evening. 'distressed during day, show LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Don't rely on your intuition to- tion later in the day. Assist ( day, since it could prove to be one in trouble. Romance is fine j' utie faulty, but tonight il tonight, il ] works just fine. Get those pay cheerfulness toward others, and by evening all is fine and you can enjoy yourself. Get those kinks out of bobbies you like during A.M. Then get them working properly later. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Although the situation it home is pretty annoying in A.M., be patient and by evening all works out fine. Then do some entertaining. Have no fear if some financial problem has you stumped early, since later all works out to your benefit. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Correspondence with others is fine, but be very diplomatic, and await the evening for such. Get rid of any mistakes in A.M. Take time to be with good pals and have a cheery word for neighbors. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be one of those little youngsters who do not think in a very practical way, so be sure to teach early the value of money, how to take care of clothing, nemember Pay Your Paper Boy conditions adequate enough toj to give you the crediti recogni . attract settlers. The cost of constructing housing in Norilsk is four times higher than in central European Russia, one study showed. The other city Kosygin visited —Tyumen—is the oldest Russian settlement in Siberia, almost 400 years old. Located about 1,000 miles east of Moscow near the big industrial city of Sverdlovsk, - Tyumen is a fast-growing, important area of natural gas and oil. It was industrialized during the 1930s by forced laborers. In addition to workers in labor camps, Tyumen was developed by citizens placed In Siberian banishment —political exile permitting them some freedoms within a big closed zone. The key industry—oil—is most seriously affected, because it | tion for the fine work you have been engaged in for some time. Be patient. Carry through with further good activities. Become even more successful. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) You are willing to listen to others' ideas how and can make really big headway with them. Take that little trip you have in mind, also. Get the results you want. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Your sign likes to have everything precise more than others, actually, and you now have the opportunity to do just that. Be more romantic with mate. Don't 11 take him, or her, for granted. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Get into matters of policy with others, but don't start any arguments, or fall into any. Smile when trying to put over come needs the very kind of better-ed-point. Tien everything works ucaiad specialists who are least' out just fine for you. See that interested in spending the rest of their lives in Siberia. columnist might never know he didn't open his mail: It's a bad idea to let your pet pooch stray near neighborhood kids who have the mumps. Dogs can catch this disease from children. Footballs are called pigskins, but actually they are made of cowhide. Originally, in this News, of Mm In Service niniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii formula for success and happi- - Second Lt - Larrv Owen ' son ness as the world provides."- pf Mr. and Mrs, John Owen of Mark •Sullivan. Manih, has received his com- I swear: Can you imagine the mission following his completion money the federal government' "Hal Boyle NEW YORK (AP) — Things a <. hard at it, is about as near to a could collect if it made profanity illegal and penalized it with heavy fines? Well, it has been tried. Such a law, called the "Profane Oaths Act," was jw efn'adeofrub- passed in England in 1745. Vio' ™.,^ In Shake-1 lators were flned according to berized canvas, speare's time games were played with inflated pig bladders, and before that English athletes enjoyed a sport in which they kicked human skulls around a field. The skulls generally belonged to extinct Danes. Vacationing is now a year- round thing for Americans. Of the people who spend a week away from home annually, one out of four now makes .the trip i/etween November and March, and 58 per cent of those who go abroad do so between October and June. Napoleon Bonaparte enjoyed the sweet smell of success. He liked cologne so much he sometimes used 50 or more bottles a month. Incidentally, if you have an average nose, you should be able to smell 2,000 different scents. A trained nose can distinguish between twice that number of odors. At what age do children grow the fastest? For boys, between 12 to 15 yean; for girls, between 11 and 14 yean. Quotable notables: "To find a career lo which you are adapted by nature, and then to work their station in life. Feeling blue? Well, that's becoming one of the most commonplace mental woes of Western culture, perhaps an unavoidable price we pay for our complex civilization. Dr. Nathan S. Kline of. New York's Rockland State Hospital says the diagnoses of neurotic depression have leaped tenfold in the last 25 years. Maybe you suffer from nightmares, too. In the Middle Ages they were believed to be caused by nocturnal devils pressing down on a sleeping person's chest. The word nightmare comes from an old Teutonic term meaning "night devil." It was Mark Twain who ob- much; the man who is an optimist after 48 knows too little," Sole Survivor Gen. George Armstrong CDS- ter and his whole command were massacred at the Battle of the Little Big 'Horn. A horse named Comanche' was the only survivor of the disaster. of Officer's Candidate School at Ft. Eustis, Va. He reports to his first assignment in Germany on March you please instead of disappoint them. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. Dec. 21) If you reach decisions early instead of deliberating so much, you can then accomplish a great deal today. Co-workers are depending on you. See that you please instead of disappoint them. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Others are willing to take you out for a good time, but take care you do not have to foot a big bill later. Stick to whatever is of a proven nature. Don't take unnecessary risks — avoid strangers. AQUARIUS (Jan, 21 to Feb. 19) Take care you act in such a 28. wa y that kin is not irritated in any way, or there could be Sgt. Kenneth W. Potts, son of s °™ f? bad argument. Be Leon Potts of Orlando, pk, and! steadfast to ri 8 ht .*•*. of Mrs. Eileen Greer of ville, has been named the Outstanding Airman of his unit at Orlando AFB, Fla. Airman Jimmy L. Coleman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Coleman of Blytheville, has completed basic training Lackland AFB, Tex. at A.l.C. Kaye W. Currey, whose wife, Sandra, is the daughter of Mrs. Loretta Duncan of Blytheville, took part recently as an aerial gunner in two close air support missions over Vietnam. S.Sgt. Jeremiah J. Kamey, whose wife, the daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Curry of Blytheville, is serving with the Aerospace Defense Command in Korea. Army Spec. 4 Lonzo Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jones of Blytheville, has been assigned to a 13-month, tour of dut;, in Korea. . B ,,, fVl . which you profess. Stop flinching BlyWe " and all is fine. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Be very meticulous in carrying through with statements, writings, correspondence, etc. Find the right associate who can back you as you most desire. Show diplomacy and you get what you want easily. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be one of those young people who will hardly hear you at all if saying something to which he, or she, does not agree and insist on carrying through with whatever is desired. Curb this bad habit early and then your progeny will get along better with everyone. Business and banking are best cutlets here. MONDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: Until midafternoon your Ideas about practical matters is very adverse and you would be wise to refrain from making any important commitments whatever, but then the late afternoon and evening become filled with opportunities for you to FREE! 3 MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION TO THE BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS The Pepsi Cola Bottling Company and the Courier News will send a free complimentary subscription to the Courier News to your loved one in the Armed Forces Free. . .No obligation. Did You Pray For Peace Last Night? Pray Tonight! JUST FILL IN COUPON BELOW AND MAIL TO: THE PEPSI COLA BOTTLING CO. ELM & MATH IS STS. 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