Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 28, 1964 · Page 14
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, December 28, 1964
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(JIANT CARGO PLANE OKAYED — President Johnson has approved a $750 million program lo develop a piRanLic cargo piano (artist's conception shown) roughly twice the size of the nation's biggest civii jet,, the Boeing Intercontinental 707. Galled C5, the plane is intended Tor .service in the 1970s. H will weigh 725,000 pounds and have a cargo capacity of 250,000 pounds and a pas.sp.ngcr capacity of 700. U.S. housewives spend 2,188 hours in kitchen By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP)— Things a columnist might not know if he didn't open his mail: Someone lias discovered — or at least claimed — thai the average U.S. housewife spends 2,188 hours yearly in the kitchen. Whereas her, husband, i( be worked a 40-hour week, 52 weeks without vacation, would spend only 2,080, hours on the Middle East to continue in unrest By WEBB MCK1NLEY BEIRUT (AP) — The Middle, explosive on the fringes and far from calm In Its usually turbulent heartland in !!)fi<1, heads for spreading unrest in 19(55. Hardly a country in Iho area from Cyprus to the edge of Pakistan docs not face some kind of crisis. Cyprus, whose inner conflict between its Greek and Turk populations carried Creccc and Turkey to the brink of war, should slay relatively quiet until the issue reaches a United Nations vole perhaps in February. job. The only conclusion is that it is taking women longer and longer In thaw oul those appetizing dinners. And if someone give you * million dollars in one dollar bills, what is (he first thing you'd do? Count it, of course. And how long would it lake you? Well, on a 40-hour week basis, it would lake you seven weeks lo find out how rich you were. Russians spend half their,, earned income on food. Americans spend only 19 per cent — md are still too fat. Here is n surprising fnct that nay have escaped your altcnlon: Greek writing originally went from right to left, later one ine went from left to right and the next from right to left, but after about r>()0 U.C. all lines went from left to right. un- But its conflict remains solved and explosive. Tht problem will continue to sway Turkey and threaten Premier Ismet Inonu, whose People's Kcpublican party faces strong opposition from the peasant-supported ,1 islicc party in national elections. In the Arab heartland, Iraq and Syria can hardly hope (o avoid turmoil as they did in 18(54. Iraq's President Aref will try to continue his move loward unity with the Untied Arab Republic of President Nasser, lie .may instead be inviting rcvolu tion Quotable notables: "Life Is • fortress," said Napoleon Rona- pnrle. Scnaca, the Roman seer, said existence was "a state of warfare," and K. B. While do- scribed life ns "a sentence that iieings and ends with a yawn." The Bible says life is "a vapor ;hat appetirclh for a little time Ihen vanishclh awny," and }rv- mg Berlin put it this way, "It is 10 per cent how you make it, md 90 per cent how you take Every l l /j mlniitos by day and >y night somebody somewhere |in the United States steals an automobile. And have you also brooded over the fact that in our country we have only one cow for every nine Americans? What do you (hink is (he most effective tool ever devised by the kindness of Mother Nature'.' Why, of course, il i,s Iho human hand. A runner-up is the cle- ph.'int's sensitive trunk, which contains -11) thousand muscles. History leison: Can you nam« the first U.S. president born outside the borders of the first 1,1 states that made our original led by Iraqi nationalists UnionV He was Abraham and politicians increasingly ili-| com . burn in an area known sillusioned with him. then, and now, as Kentucky. Odd legislation: Word has The Baiith Socialist regime rules by force in Syria, without a steady friend in the Arab world. It is menaced by Nasser supporters, businessmen, reli- Riotis reactionaries and Syria's traditional political fmlhiness. reached mo that you can be ar rested in Ohio if you seek to cool your feet by sticking them out of the window of n nun-inn nulo- mobile. Folklore: Only a poor man one dog — a really poor ceeps al least two. Ar.b world in IKS be. nancial distress, lie needs profitable amily with rich Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. This means a barefoot woman as you start on trip, turn bark immediately !<ir she will briiiR bad luck to ., . , , ,-, ... . l)l Mlt Will I that he and Saudi Arabia's mocl.' vo ,, r j n ,, rnrv . ernization-minden KIP.R Fcisnl.' will continue probing for peace You *r« tn unusual fellow If between the warring republi-iymi can nanir .seven forms of cans and royalists in Yemen. Ifmammal life that chew their so, that medieval country, its cuds. These are potential an- regime propped up by 40,000 Egyptian .soldiers, may begin approaching in this coming near swers: Cows, deer, sheep, em- ployes, gnats, giraffes and an lelopc.s. not 1365 - but at least Ihe 20thI It was Helen Hayes who re- century. f marked, "There is only one terminal dignity — love. And the APTLY NAMED islory of love is nol important TOWNVILLE, Pa. WV- There Whal is important is that one is is a lumber firm here with the name of "Eacor Beaver Kunv her Co." capable of love. It is perhaps Ihe only glimpse we arc permit- |1cd of oternilv." ADVKRTISKMKNT AnVKRTISKMEVT Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain »•« Y»rk, ff. Y. (Sp«ul) _ For the first time science h«s found « new h«»llnjj nubnUncR with the uston- iihinB ability to nhrijik h-mor- rhoidi!, «top itching-, «nd r«li«v«- p»tn — without Biir^ery. 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