The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 11, 1997 · Page 55
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 55

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, May 11, 1997
Page 55
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FIRSTBORNS They're responsible, assertive — but also more rigid, anxious. Throughout history, says author Frank Sulloway, firstborns tend to be strong, "Alpha male" types, or at least act like them: Every actor who has played James Bond is a first or only child. George Washington Bill Clinton Hillary Rodham Clinton Jimmy Carter i Harry Truman Janet Reno Newt Gingrich Humphrey Bogart Katharine Hepburn William Shakespeare Dan Rather Saddam Hussein Clint Eastwood Rush Limbaugh Henry Kissinger Benito Mussolini Ted Kaczynski LATERBORNS sociable and popular, but less organized. Sulloway says laterborns are eager to alleviate suffering and willing to challenge the status quo - traits that make an Abraham Lincoln, a Mother Teresa, a Jack Kevorkian. Martin Luther King Jr. John F. Kennedy Thomas Jefferson Dwight Eisenhower Benjamin Franklin Madonqa Yasser Arafat Jack Kevorkian Princess Diana Howard Stern Abraham Uncoln Mother Teresa Gloria Steinem BiH Gates Ralph Nader Charlie Chaplin Anita Hill Charles Darwin Shake 'em. \bu'll hear why new Van Camp's tastes better. Next time you buy baked beans, give your current can a shake. Chances are, you'll hear a sloshy sound. Then give new Van Camp's Old Fashioned Baked Beans a shake. You'll hear a substantially quieter sound. That's the thick sauce, made with rich molasses, real hickory smoked bacon, and plump beans from the Red River Valley. No wonder they're preferred nearly 2 to 1 in taste tests. So pick up new Van Camp's Old Fashioned Baked Beans. In Original, Southern Style Sauteed Onion, Sweet Hickory & Bacon, and Fat Free. Shake 'em. Hear how good they taster USA WEEKEND • May 8-11,1697 17 (£) 1997 Hunt-Wesson. Inc. Not available in all areas.

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