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1 Galesbura Rggister-Mail, Golesbufa, I". Wednesdoy, July 3, W63 f TH1 DOCTOR SAYS Warning t Don't Etidunger Your Vision During Eclinte By WAYNE 0. BttANDSTADT, lift Writtec for Ntwtpipw EnterpriM Aim Every time there is en eclipse, many persona who watch it live to regret it. After the eclipse on Sept 30, I960, despite, advance warnings, 31 persons in Utah and 75 in Washington received retinal burns. Many others undoubtedly occurred but were not reported. Most of the victims were under 20 years of age. Another eclipse is due on July 20, 1963. The moon will pass between the earth and the sun along a path through Alaska, Canada, and Maine. Over this path, it will cause total darkness for a few minutes. In areas north and south of this pathway a partial eclipse may be seen. There Is no safe way to look directly into the eclipse. Smoked glass and old photographic negatives cut out Home of the rays, but enough Infra-red heat rays get Jiffy "Go" Jacket 974 NOTE: Sand pattern erdart direct to Mew York. Watch addraaa below. Ordari will NOT ba accepted at Oaletburg newspaper otiice. Everybody acclaims our J iffy Go- Jacket. Chanel-styled, It tops dresses, separates. Jet-Speed knitting — large needles, 2 strands of knitting worsted for this jacket in 2 lengths. Pattern 974: directions sizes 32-34; 3638 incl. Thirty-five cent! In coins for this pattern—add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing »no special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler,, care of Galesburg Register-Mail. 74, Needlecraft Dept.. P. O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME. ADDRESS and ZONE. NEWEST RAGE—SMOCKING accessories plus 208 exciting needlecraft designs in our new 1963 Needlecraft Catalog—just outl Fashions, furnishings to crochet, knit, sew, weave, embroider, quilt. Plus free pattern. Send 25 cents now. N. Henderson News Briefs NORTH HENDERSON - Frank Johnson, Miss Alice Anderson and Charles Vance attended the Samuelson reunion at Waterloo, Iowa, Sunday. They reported the crops look good there, and had an inch of rain last week. Mrs. Jennie Hawkinson was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shepherd at Galesburg recently. Mr. and Mrs. David Edwards and family of Gerlaw; Mr. and Mrs. Rex Collins, Carol and Terri of Table Grove visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Higgins. Terri remained for a visit with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Locke Sedwich and sons Mike and Lossee of Moline are now at their farm for the summer. Mrs. Wayne Dowell and sons Gary and Terry of Osceola, Iowa, are vacationing with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fox and family. Mi\ and Mrs. Albert Scott of Galesburg were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harbaugtu through fe cause serious Since there are no pain fibers in the optic nerve, which ends at the retina, the burns cannot be felt. They leave retinal scars which remain throughout life as incurable blind spots. The effect of the sun's rays passing through the lens of the eye and focusing on the retina can be demonstrated by focusing the same rays through a pocket lens on the back of your hand, which is well supplied with pain fibers. No one is to be blamed for wanting to see an eclipse. But it is hardly worth a retinal burn For this reason, one of the following alternatives should be used: Watch it on television. Since the eclipse may be shown several times on newscasts, you may be able to see it more than once. Another method is to punch a round hole '/«- to '/4-inch in diameter in a sheet of cardboard With your back to the sun, hold the cardboard in such a position that the sun's rays pass through the hole and are projected onto a smooth, white surface. ' This is the principle of the camera, and the image projected will be upside down. In the case of a solar eclipse, this doesn't matter. The important thing: Don't be an "eye witness." Q—I have had recurring attacks of neuralgia under my left shoulder blade. My doctor says there is no cure. I am becoming discouraged. A—These severe pains can come and go without any regu larity, so it is hard to tell when they will return. The treatment that is usually tried first is to inject alcohol into the nerve near the place where it joins the spinal cord. Some drugs, such as diphenyl hydantoin (obtainable only on a doctor's prescription) will shorten the.attacks, but will not cure the disease. If nothing else works, it is sometimes necessary to cut the nerve. This should be avoid ed except as a last resort. News Notes Of Biggsville BIGGSVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Foster returned to their home in Denver, Colo., following a visit in the homes of their parents, Robert S. Foster at Monmouth and Mr. and Mrs Fred Burrus at Biggsville. They made daily visits to Monmouth Hospital to see her father, Fred Burrus. Mrs. Charles Leonard is a patient at the Mercy Hospital, Burlington, where she entered Saturday for emergency treatment and observation. Mrs. Harlan Goff fell over a tricycle Saturday and crack her kneecap. Bernard Denly underwent surgery on his knee Monday at Burlington as an aftermath of a 2- car accident east of Biggsville. Milton Hallberg now of Ames, Iowa, formerly of Biggsville, underwent an appendectomy at an Ames hospital. The Misses Dee Ann Lewis, Sarasota, Fla., and Penny Dickens, Scottsdale, Ariz., are visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Flora Carothers. Guests of Mrs. Clyde Moffitt Sunday were her brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Liphardt, rural Taylor Ridge anl cousins Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Curtis, Reynolds. Meetings Fixed The Winnie Hockman Circle of the United Presbyterian Church will not meet until July 11 at the home of Mrs. William R. Weir. The Women's Circle will meet at the church Friday at 2 p.m. Hostesses and program leaders will be Mrs. A. T. Glenn, Mrs. Roy Whiteman and Mrs. Beulah Pendarvis. Catalog Has High Fashion Cover Featuring i high fashion cover with i photograph of one of the nation's leading models, the 1063 fall and winter edition of Sears, Roebuck am) Co. *s general catalog arrived In Galesburg this week. first copies of the new catalog now are being distributed to hundreds of homes In this area, and within six weeks it will reach a record 10 million families across the nation. Sears fashion board says every Important fall fashion Is represented in the opening pages of the book. This section- includes new creations by Mme. plaude Riviere, Parisian couturier, and [by Mary Lewis, noted American designer. the men's apparel section in­ cludes a group of coordinated men's fashions, and introduces a new line of men's wash and wear casual slacks and jackets. This line, made of Dacron polyester and combed cotton gabardine, is highlighted by the first use of "swntching" in the big catalog in the past quarter century. Among other special features of the catalog arc the appearance of color television sets; tires for I airplanes, earthmovers and excavators; a new selection of crea­ tive craft equipment, including kits for lapidary (gem making), jewelry making, sculpture, ceramics, silversmithing, printing, weaving and bookbinding, and a collection of hand-crafted Oriental rugs, made exclusively for Sears In the British colony of Hong Kong. Gene Wcttstone, Penn State gymnastic coach, owns a dual meet record of 100 wins and 31 setbacks. First Birthday Celebrated at Gilson Party GtLSON — Mr. and' Mrs. James Walker Sunday entertained relatives and friends at a hamburger fry on the lawn of their country home. The occasion marked the first birthday of their son Gary. Presents were opened by Gary, Totty and Wayne, and eousini, and Charles Davis. Quests included Mf. and Mff. Clarence Walker, Mr. and Mfs. Maurice Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Freed, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Davis and family, Mr. and Alff. Ben Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Met* man Swanson, Richard Carlson and Miss Terri Gregg. The National Football League drew 4,003,421 fans in 1962 as com* assisted by his brothers, Kennypared with 3,861,159 in 1981. READ THE WANT ADS! Fourth of July Special Vi Chicken 89c CHICKEN FIESTA OPIN 12 TO 12 1244 Mulberry St, Phone 343 6915 Ydu Can Count on Us... Quality Costs No More at Sears SALE STARTS FRIDAY AT 9 a. m SEARS KMKMIJCK AND CO SENSATIONAL SEMI-ANNUAL SAVE UP TO 50% HURRY! NO MONEY DOWN FAMILY SHOE SALE HURRY! On Anything Purchased At Sears on Credit Children's CANVAS OXFORD Washable White and Colors. Sizes 12>/ 2 -3 RED HOT BUY STOCK UP NOW SAVE OVER $2 Values to 4.99 SIZES: 5 to 9 STYLES Save Over $ 3 Boys' DRESS SHOES VALUES TO 6.99 SAVE OVER $4 WOMEN'S BETTER CASUALS VALUES TO 7.99 Sizes: 10-7 Not All Sizes in All Styles SAVE UP TO $4 ON MEN'S GOLD BOND VALUES TO 11.98 m SAVE UP TO $2 ON MEN'S GOLD BOND CASUAL SHOES VALUES TO 6.99 SHOP EARLY FOR THIS ONE Sizes; 7.11 Fine dress shoes at a savings. You will want several at this low, low price. Not All Sizes in All Styles Sizes: 701 Oxfords and slipons in a variety of smooth and textured leathers. open monAf ri 9^9 PAY YOUR UTILITY BILLS AT SEARS Shop at Sears and Save STORE HOURS Monday and Friday i Tues., Wed., Thurs., Sat. 9 A.M. to 9 PM. 9 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. FREE PARKING

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