Blytheville (Ark.) Courier News ~ Monday, June »,.M68 - AID FOR JONESBORO and Manila tornado victims was forthcoming from New Bethel Baptist Church, which donated $30.03 through Mrs. Lenora Burton, who here turns over the donation to Mrs. Ruth Ray, coordinator of the' East Side Neighborhood Service Center. Rev. G. H. Conaway is Bethel pastor. (Courier News Photo) Social Security Question Box (This oolurnn answers some of the most frequently asked Social Security questions. Reader's questions should be sent to "Social Security Administration, P. 0. Box 467, Blytheville) § '' Q Has: there been any change the'?5ff,deductible.under medical insurance? .-'.A. No, the medicare patient •tis still responsible for the first ''$50 of doctor's bills in a calendar year. The supplementary medical insurance still pays 80 percent of the reasonable charges after the deductible is met. Q. Suppose a man dies who is survived by a widow, age 52, without children. If the widow becomes disabled, are benefits possible for, her? A. Yes. -Please check with your nearest social security office. You should take his and your social security number, the marriage license, proof of your age, and the date of his death. Q. May a disabled widower jalso qualify for payments on his wife's social security record if she is,deceased? A. If he-is between 50 and 60 years of age, became disabled during a specified period and if he was dependent on his wife for support prior to her death. You should check with the nearest social security oi-\ fice for more information. Quick Quiz Q—Is there a record of the first marriage performed in the American Colonies? : - : f A—Yes, in 160? Anne Burrows and John Laydon were married in Virginia. This was probably the first marriage performed in the American Colonies. Q—What was the weight .of the heaviest horse on record? A—A seven-foot seal-brown dapple Percheron gelding weighing- 2,995 pounds. This horse measured 16 feet from nose to tail. Q—Who were the first players selected for membership in golf's Hall of Fame? A—Bobby Jones, Francis Ouimet, Walter Hagen and Gene Sarazen. NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF NO. 4683 MARY VIRNIG, Deceased List known'address of decedent: 14525 10th Avenue North Minneapolis, Minnesota Date of death; March 30, 1967 The undersigned was- appointed Administrator : of the estate of the above named decedent on the 24th day of May, 1968, All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them duly verified; to-the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice Or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit, in the estate: • Thie Notice first published on the 27th day of May, 1968. Dan M. Burge, Administrator Post Office Box 107- Blytheville, Arkansas 72315 5-27, 6-3 Harris Tweeds Genuine Harris tweeds are made by hand. They are woven on .the islands of the Outer Hebrides — chiefly on Harris Island and Lewis Island. Many ancient customs surround the weaving of these fine tweeds. WHO ME..: SEE THE WORLD NOT ON YOUR SALARY. . . ON YOUR SAVINGS Yes, it's a fact, you can plan now to see the worldly setting aside'a part of your earnings regularly. 'Your .savings will accumulate month after month, year after year, earning you a big return and providing you with the ; cash necessary to take that big vacation to far away places! Come in and start your account now! SAVE BY THE 10TH, EARN FROM THE 1st heville ASSOCtATION Hal Boyle Mailbag Bulletins: Science Can Now Weigh A Fly's.Tongue By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) - Tilings a columnist might never know if le didn't open his mail: Dieters who' glory in every 'raction of ounce or pound they lose will'be pleased to know that science now has a scale so accurate it can weigh one-millionth of a fly's tongue—which is a tril- lionth of a gram. H you threw a fly's entire tongue on the scale all at once it would quiver at about a thousandth of a gram. How fast could a dinosaur gallop? Most students of these long ago creatures figured them to be slow pokes. But a young researcher at Yale University, after measuring their skeletal possibilities, has decided they could gruirip along at up to 30 miles an hour., We are, beginning to feel like a crowded people, but 'according to the U.S. Census Bureau, America .still has 14,250,000 vacant lots. The leaders: Texas, 1,015,000; California, 1,009,000. The old rheumaliz—now they call it arthritis—seems to be gaining oh us in this fast-paced society. The several forms of this crippling malady now affect 16.8 million of us, a recent medical survey found. That means one out of every 11 Americans is an arthritic. The last survey found the ailment hit only one out of 16. Quotable notables: "How do you expect to govern a country that has 246 different kinds of cheese?" Gen. Charles de Gaulle, of France. Movement helps spell health: Why should you take regular'ex- ercise? Well, says Dr. Howard B. Sprague, heart specialist, "In India, for instance, heart attacks are 23 times more prevalent among sedentary officers than among enlisted men accustomed to regular daily exercise." Your busy body? Every four months the 25 trillion red blood cells in your body die and are replaced. 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