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KINGS'MOUNTAIN HBtALD, KINGSiltOUNTAIN, N. C.
11 d: Buffs
Thursday, November 3. 1966
That’s tha motf an Aacutron*
timapiaca will fpin or loss in
ona month’s timO. And wa’il put
it in witting.*
Accutron toofcs likt a watch.
But it.isn't. It doasnl hava a
mainspring, a hairspring,
Thess parts i^Kt a watch
run fast or slow. Accutron has
replaced them with an elec
tronic tuning fork, tt splits each
second into 360 equal parts.
And makes the Accutroii tome-
piece so precise, it won't gain
or lose an average of more
than two seconds a day. In
fact, we guarantee accuracy to
within 60 seconds a month.*
Just one darn minute. .
ACCUTRON CALENDAR "H"
IBK gold, waterproof.t silvtr
radial brush dial with lumi-
nous dots and hands, brown
alligator strap with IBK
ACCUTRON -4*0- .
tOK gel(Mil(wi. wktrpi«ef.t
lumln^ dot* and handg.
adjustable mash bras'elot
with fold-over buckle. ''ai|is
DELUNGER'S JEWEL SHOP
KINGS MOUNTAIN'S LEADING JEWELSHS
SWteral rit«a for George Buffi
1, of Shelby, father of 3S> Buff
of ^ Kings Mountain, vinere .held
Mhnday at 3 p.m. from Pleasanf
Grbve Baptist church, Ihtennent
fmlovvlng In the church cement
teny. ' * . '
.V|ir. Buff died Saturday nlghl
fixate to Cleveland fifeinoiial
hM^al where he w«a Wing tak-
Cax After suffering'a^heirt atthek'
Rev. Jimmy Sides officiated
4trtbe final rites , • . ' i
■Other survlvofreA include, six
soha, five daughters, one brother,
one aister and 26 granddifldren.’
Kings Mountain area residents
bl otting their skills to use in
Q. Have the reqdii^ 'number
of work Credits needed to draw
developing nations around the' <jiaftbUity payments been re-
iVOrld are invited tq take the
peace Corps placement teat at 9;^^ ^ the last few months.
Health And Safety Tips
This is the season of the yearidicate that colds are harder to
when the American Medical As- spread than has been thought.
‘s<^ati<}n reminds once again that
you can’t cure a ^Id.
. And if anyone fries to sell you
the latest version of a so-called
«. m. on Saturday November 12, '.J, the law stUI requires ; j ^
at the M^n Postofflce in Char-'SpdMrity for.*
• / ■ ' ^ , ifiveyieara out of tha ten wars
The PGRoeCorjM uses the plaoe- before you became J^t«aded. I'
ment test to determinfe hoW an '
. Q. Two .years agO|. I .filed for
Fresh colds appear to be more
contagious than older ones. Chil
dren’s colds probably are more
contagious than those of adults.
.There still is much discussion
o.vperts as to the rela-
While, Idedicare has
the .Social Security
many other Important
m f^claf.secuHty havit bGrti over-?
looked. iLex G. Barklyy,. Dl»tricf
Manaser of the Qait^Ma scxdal
seciwify offk* ^ wy Many
_ 'who were nqtaWp :^ gei(^^
,eiits before the A^iid-*
applicant can ■ 'best be utilized
oversea, 'irhe test measUi^ ge>i-
eial aptitude and the ability to
leain a langlage. not edueotlbn or
achleyemeht.* (If test scores Indi
cate a lindted fa^age-leaming
ability, for exairip^e, the flpacp
Cofps triea to place the applioant
in an Engliahreppaking country.)
The placement. lest required no
prepiTOtkiti ’ and Ir non-campeti^
five ah .ajt^icant can neither
^ss o fail.
fits because.‘I was too wMk and
short 61 breath to keep.my, job..
My claim was turned down, but.
r sUH oant^t work- Jjqw do a
get help? ' : •
■ A. 'A change made in 1965 to
the Social Security law now pef-'
mits payment,to a person wfiosp
disability is expected to last at
least 12 months. You .Rlmuld con-
ibation form, not thei*®^i
Is the mOBt-im.l^n*! « "^w claim. :
M*******^* ’,w.. .»-•*. 4
:c^ ‘ security psymelWj^t ‘
aie Ba.i-ears d?d.<Widq
big at.age 6Q(Wul<Ret 1
)enr if «hiey wait
are.M to itqsiva -1^1
• CMBdren of retind,|
... ’coHcgep-. ‘■..•’’..v-,
tlodpr the new lay.yg^fiew^
has to h»V'
to; feet dUdhil'.
tde for the flrstif mi
ye^ of worit .under
Ity^llt »the ton yesuls’ hwig'
atantog daahled, , 'i f.'.'t
a» Aty threa of the.mw
ges'^^ught ‘about' by .the
Amendfiients to S^al
lta,uxtihd.that anyone hrlw wiSy ;
be ellgliblei.fdr 'berteB<?'’’W?t?*^
those ' ehanM :ac>hta4ri: fhfe'
ciai^Seknirity' 6f£ice^ at '133ft-t::
Fnmlklih Avenue/ GastOntaK 'N^
^ ■;> 'v,. <.■;
portant b|dmr in the selection of f q; poeg - sodil Security
Volayffee^’-versona interests .jn benefit.* to dependents of a per-
serrihgvM tlte cbipa rhuat wh'6 u disabled? , \ , >
tlll 0ut .44ppliGlimn, if they hkvei " ^ . :
not ai|«k4y done so, add present,|, A- SodMyfSiecurity ’ WHI pay
I. .Wiashin^on, D,
coal rehoulcM will be eiimaus^ii
AgevWfihi^ care Benefits wilt
.'S^ i>e' paid'to unmarried chili
the age and/
who ,‘a^ 'full-timO .studwvt^-
oii -cijildriih over age 'IS vfiio 6S;
canid Id^aWed tiefore their l8tb '
“Many of the classic' diseases
61 hi6fl[)riy ,haire sidk^bed In
the 20i0i ■Century to hew ipedical
skills and mbderiir/^gs. But
the* cold virus still, Successfully
resists the best efforts of the
.wprid’a- combined medical re
^- As the years go by more and
more' is being lefimed about
colds ,and their causes. A num
ber of viruses produce the symp
toms that most of us call a cold, _
^ssibly as many as a .hundred, ication to help
TSeftrue cold is an 'inf^tion I comfort.
tionship of becoming chilled or :
exposure to dampness to “catch- ,
ing" a cold. ^
What can you do for a cold? »
No specific treatment, so far I
available, is effective against the •
cold virus. Any treatment is di- .
reeled toward relief of the dis
comfort of runny nose, watering
eyes, sore throat, slight fever and
the other syrhptoms of the cold
Penicillian does not stop- the
virus, but may be prescribed by
your physician for secondary bac
terial infections. Bed rest, or at
least inactivity, is helpful. Your
physician may suggest mild med-
relleve the dis-
with one-or more viruses. iBac-! Cold vaccines have yet to be
tferla'are' believed to be purely' proved of much Value. There is
secondary. - Hifectors.
' Gutrent research seems to in-
'Q. 1 am disabled. My claim for
dlsSb'Uity was turned, down. What
can. J, .do .to r,eQpen my, claim ?
A. Tf'you. are,not satisfied
With, the decision on your claim,
you Should .f 116 a request for re-
dPhSi^Fatlon, Contact your near-
>So4a1 Security office. The
tK^re .will help you reopen
■yjoiir'cmm.. ' ' ' *
no evidence that any particular
Todds, vitarmh supplemehts, spe
cial clothing or exposure to sun
light or fresh air have any ef
fect on colds.
If a cold presists or seems
unusually severe, see your doc
tor. Colds are 'great imitators
and the early symptoms can
niimic those of other more seri
ous infections. Recurring colds
may not be colds at all, but may
be allergic attacks that require
7 : A
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tailored to a COLLECTOR’S TASTE
ii^‘T • •
When Butte tends to its knitting, the results
are nothing short of sensationall Our ex
citing new collection feotures lovely new
low-keyed colors, a wealth of dressmaker
detailing, skirts slim or newly widened. All
fashioned with o talent for tailoring to please,
fastidious tostesl' gizeg g jg
i' ■ ‘'’■f'
C't;' I. .
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7 anybody undertakes, results make the
^^dlftennce. The fact that 1^has gotten results Is what
has‘made B..£yerett Jordhn one of the most effective
public servants In our stathi
’ He has'a formula, Jusf pinin hard work, and his hard
work has pa^ off for the people of^ North Carolina.
He is the a^hor of iegisiat'iOh
which Ostablishkl thS one-price
coHoit progi^fh, a program
that has brdbisht n6w life to the
cotton industry,ail the way from
the farmer to the textile worker.
He is the author of the acreage-
poundage program for tobacco.
He worked to completethe
valOableW. Kerr Scott .
R^hfOir on the U^p^ Yedkin
He guided legislation through
the Congress authorizing the
New Hope bam iil the Caj^ Fbar
River Rasin, the Fails of the
NeuSe 0am iri the Neuse River
Resin, ahd the deepening of the
yvilmingtoh channel to major-
The list ^ eccomplishments goes on and on,, because Senator Jordan believes
in North Carolina and what we can do if we keep on working at it. As he has done in
the past, he wants to continue working for North Caroima.
Niolioe* Clevelaod County Campaign Manager