The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 8, 1968 · Page 4
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Pag« Four - Blyth«vill« (Art.) Courltr N«w» - Monday, April »,_18« By TOMMY YATES Associated Press Writer It's amazing how spring! weather perks up a person. It's as though it awakens a dormant supply of energy, which begins gushing through a person like snow melting and running down the hills to the streams. . For awhile, it seems you don't actually mind hearing the alarm in the mornings. You stretch as if your new found energy will help you go out and conquer all obstacles. It's like holding the winning ticket to a new color television set. You feel like giving up smoking, at least until that first cup of coffee. Spring does wonders that no other season of the year can claim. Those bare tree limbs, which have been battered and whipped around by winter for months, begin flexing their mus- cl«s, popping out buds *nd that soon will produce shady leaves and colorful flowers as though they were boasting of their victory over the cold, icy winter. Green sprigs of grass begin fighting their way through the layer of deaid grass and leaves, the victims of winter. Birds begin courting the spring with their delicate whistles as though they desperately feared it would fade away. They dance .across the lawns pouncing upon new signs of life so that they may survive themselves. Those ego guys in their convertibles seem to pop out" from everywhere as though they h«d , been stored for the winter, .and I suddenly turned loose to prey I upon the hot pavements < and 'sport the young girls around, who will ride while knowing the winds will knock the tease out of their hairdos. All this, however; comes with the first signs of spring. It isn't long before the temperatures become warmer, the grass grows higher and you have to guide the lawnmower around the yard more often. And before you know it, you catch yourself wishing for an early fall with 'its cooler temperatures and dead.grass. UNIQUE PABK CHICAGO (AP) - A lta» park designed especially for handicapped persons and their families is scheduled tor Georgia;" ' Work will begin in a few years on the 1,680-acre Fort Yargo State Park in the northcentral area of the state, first of its kind in-the.'nation. The Council of State Governments here reports that cost is' expected to be more than $1.3 million, A federal grant will supply $642,243 for the project. . Braille direction signs, wheelchair trails and special fishing and boaling equipment will bf available. SHOW GIRL—Mrs. Paul Jensen of Mountain View puts fte finishing touches on a Walnut basket which she made for the annual Ozark Foothills Craft Show which will be used i in Mountain View April 19-21. Hal Boyle \ By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) - In the mad scramble for success today it is as important for a man to check his social image regularly as it is for him to have the oil changed in his automobile. If his image isn't fairing so •well, it is imperative that he do something about it real soon. Otherwise he'll lose status. And that's bad. A fellow without status is like the face on the clock in an airport terminal: easy to see but not worth remembering. How can you tell for sure whether your image is okay? Well, it probably needs to be changed if— Your wife is taking in laundry to help make ends meet, and her customers complain to you about the quality of her work. The principal of the local re form school phones to tell you that one of your kids isn't doing well in his studies and (he other is selling reefers on Oie sly. You've got a sore hand be cause when you reached out to pat your dog on the head he snarled and bit you. The refrigerator in your Wtch en is full of beer cans, but the cans are empty. The crabgrass on your lawn is so thick that the guys who own the houses on either side of yoi are circulating petitions to ge you thrown out ef the neighbor hood. The local gendarme drops b> to tell you confidentially tha your elderly grandfather has been tossed into the clink again for starting, a fight in a rowdy tavern on the wrong side of the railroad tracks. • Your teen-age daughter is ept after school three days out : five for insisting on popping er chewing gum out loud in ;story class. At the office you're getting ihead so slowly that you have to upplement your income by selling shoelaces and cheap neck- es to the other fellows. Culturally, you feel out ol lings because you haven't reac ny good books lately. How can ou when you owe the public li jrary so much in fines that you lesitate to go into the place any more? Cobwebs are gathering on your busted television set because the last two times you called the repair man in you didn't pay the bill. If an opinion poll taker calls up to ask your political views, as soon as he hears your voice le says, "wrong number," and hangs up. = "problem" jperspiration : SOlVCdevenfor :jhousandswhb persplra heavily A new ant3perspnmt tot really yrorksl SolvM underarm problems :10r many who had dnpaind ol ^effective help. MItchum Anti- IPerspirant keeps underarms • absolutely dry for thousands ol :; grateful users. Posltrre action -coupled with amptet gm&mat to normal skin and dotking b "made possible by a aew type o ^formula produced by a trust-.worthy 64-year-old laboratory .So trade your peraptartloa WOT- 'fiat for tarortoos dryncu. Get - the positive protection of ANTI-PERSPiRANT Stewart Drugs 220 E. Main St. The guys at the water cooler walk away when you come up. Neither the boss nor the office boy seems able to remember your name. The coin changing machine in the office lunchroom rejects the quarter you put into it. To show your contempt for conformity, you grow a pair of long thick sideburns—and nobody r>"ces them, not even your barber. Man, if these things are true about you, your image has slipped to zero minus. What can you do to change this dangerous situation? Only one thing. Inherit money. Lots of money. But you'd better .be quick about it. You don't have a moment to lose. MARINE, 111. (AP) - The First National Bank of Marine has three directors who have been in the banking business a combined total of 160 years. Herbert Gehrs, 78, has been a banker in this Illinois town near St. Louis since 1908. Another director, Herbert H. Esterlin, 67, started his career at a bank in Collinsville in 1917 and 0. W. Billhartz, also 67, began his career Jan. 16,1918, in New Baden. Billhartz recalled when the bank paid $300 for its only adding machine and added that today it pays $11,000 for a modem posting machine. MOTHERS! AT PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER BLYTHEVILLE 11x14 WALL PORTRAIT Two Big Days Tue. & Wed. 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