The Herald from Jasper, Indiana on July 12, 1973 · Page 16
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The Herald from Jasper, Indiana · Page 16

Jasper, Indiana
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Thursday, July 12, 1973
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Page 16 The Dubois CouRty DAILY HERALD, Jasper, fod. Thursday, July 12, 1973 WHEN YOU STEP INTO UEBELHOR'S YOU STEP INTO Tljr s | >o<* i <i[ world OF Old iliac ELDORADO COUPE SEDAN DE VILLE ((3xMhcV3 9 Models to choose from: CALAIS • DEVILLE FLEETWOOD • ELDORADO More than all other U.S. luxury cars combined 13 GREAT NEW CADILLACS. . .ON HAND.. .SERVICED & READY TO GO!!! ’73 EL DORADO COUPE. ’73 EL DORADO COUPE. '73 EL DORADO COUPE. '73 COUPE DeVILLE. '73 COUPE DeVILLE. '73 COUPE DeVILLE. '73 COUPE DeVILLE. '73 COUPE DeVILLE. '73 SEDAN DeVILLE. '73 SEDAN DeVILLE. '73 SEDAN DeVILLE. '73 SEDAN DeVILLE. '73 SEDAN DeVILLE. ALL AIR CONDITIONED & BEAUTIFULLY EQUIPPED ...... THE TIME IS NOW!!!! DEAL OF A LIFETIME!!!!! SAVE HUNDRED$$$!U MOVE UP TO CADILLAC!!!!! TODAY!!!!! White w/white padded roof & dark blue cloth trim Saturn Bronze Firemist w/light beige padded roof & Antique Light sandalwood leather trim. Black w/black padded roof & white and black manchester cloth trim Black w/black padded roof & black cloth trim White w/white padded roof & blue cloth trim Georgian Silver w/blue vinyl roof & Blue Cloth trim Harvest Yellow w/medium maize padded roof & medium maize cloth trim Mirage Taupe w/brown padded roof and Taupe cloth trim Mirage Taupe w/brown padded roof and taupe cloth trim Antigua blue w/dark blue padded roof and antique dark blue cloth trim Renaissance gold w/black padded roof and black cloth trim Burnt Sienna w/brown padded roof and Dark taupe cloth trim Sage Green w/dark green padded roof and jade cloth trim “PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM”—Woody Allen’s comedy, “Play It Again, Sam,’’ continues its run at the Brown County Playhouse in Nashville, with performances at 8 p.m. on Wednesdays through Sundays until July 29. Above are David George (1.) as the Milquetoasty Allan, receiving advice from his consoling friends Linda (Joyce Hainley) and Dick (Phil Julch). Tickets are available at the I.U. Auditorium box office in Bloomington, at the Totem Post in Nashville, and at the door on performance nights. Everything Does, Sometime World Coming To An End By H. D. QUIGG UPI Senior Editor NEW YORK (UPI) — The world is coming to an end. This is a valid assumption. Everything does, sometime. Nothing lasts forever. How soon the end? Probably in about 5 billion years. This is the main assumption of “The End of the World,” a show that opened today under the great dome of the Hayden Planetarium here. The show depicts 12 deaths of “God’s green footstool.” The most probable one is that in 5 billion years our sun will poop out of old age, expand into a red giant star (as is the wont of old stars), and engulf Mercury and Venus and send out enough heat to melt lead on earth, which also would melt the spirit of man, cockroach and germ. Don’t Knock It No. 2. The moon will fall. Don’t knock this notion. The moon right now is getting farther away. But for reasons known only to God, Isaac Newton, and Orson Welles, in about 200 billion years the moon will stand still and start coming back. Fast. Then watch out. No. 3. We will collide with another planet. This is in the realm of science fiction. “Planets just don’t leave their orbit,” says Mark R. Chartrand, the planetarium astronomer who planned and narrates the show. No. 4. We will collide with a comet. This could wipe out a city the size of New York or Dodge City, but not the earth. A comet is largely gas, plus a few rocks and some dust. However, there is a beauty, the Kohoutek Comet, coming up in January. Just discovered by Dr. L. Kohoutek of the Hamburg Observatory. It will come within 80 million miles of us next Jan. 7. May be as brilliant as Hailey’s Comet that scared everybody in 1910. Watch this space for further details—next year.' No. 5. We will collide with a large swarm of meteoroids. But they swarm few and far between. Air is Escaping Now No. 6. The earth will lose its atmosphere. Like Mars. Mars has one one-thousandth of the earth s atmosphere, in terms of pressure. Our air is escaping now, but being replaced by volcanic action in about equal terms. However—who knows? No. 7. We will collide with a black hole. This is an area so dense that even light can’t escape from it. Essentially a very big dead star. Sort of a Mack truck of heaven. No. 8. Collapse of the entire universe. “This would be very dramatic,” said Chartrand. Said the reporter: “I’d like to see that.” Chartrand: “Oh, you’d have a grandstand seat ” “What is the universe?” said the reporter. “Everything,” he explained. No. 9. The earth might become suddenly volcanically active. A worldwide cataclysm. Not very likely. No. 10. Invasion from space. Ferrr-git it. Let us hope. No. 11. We could pollute ourselves out of existence—with energy generation, or just with people production. No. 12. Nuclear war. Consult your neighborhood government. SPICES ELIMINATED LIMA, Peru (UPI) — Interior Minister Pedro Richter ordered chili sauce and other spices' eliminated from Peru’s standard daily prison menus today because ministry sources said he considers them aphrodisiacs. Richter, the sources said, took the decision after visiting a jail 375 miles southeast of Lima last weekend and sampling the food prepared for inmates. Chili sauce, the sources said Richter decided, was not “appropriate for men who are forced to live a limited lifestyle.” They said he told prison cooks to not “arouse their sexual desires constantly” by serving such spices. I " mer T mndai ' ry I I ICE MILK I I Vi Gal 49C I J REUBER'S I FOOD MARKET J|

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