Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 1, 1972 · Page 26
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 26

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, May 1, 1972
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2R (5RKKLKY (Colo.) TRIBUNK Mon., May t, 1(172 Horoscope Forecast Tuesday, May 2 GI3NKRAL TENDENCIES: U n t i l m i d a f t e r n o o n delaying influences are in operation so finish up whatever has been left undone. Prepare for a most interesting talc afternoon by p u l l i n g in molion those ideas which mean (lie most to you. In ttie evening you can expand to a much better set of circumstances. A R I E S (Mar. 21 to Apr. 10) Control your temper during the morning and tonight yon gain the acclaim you desire. Pul finishing touches on a plan (or greater success and happiness in the future, lie poised. TAURUS (Apr. 20 lo May 20) Handle obligations well during JiU Carroll Kiahler day. The evening is best for meeting newcomers. Yon may have to contend delays during daylight hours, but the evening moves swiftly, lie wise. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Seek new ideas and suggestions from associates curly in day but keep rooted to own particular work. Being alert to day's occurrences puts you in a position to profit. Relax tonight. MOON CHILDREN 1 (June 22 to July 21) Be sure to take care of responsibilities during daytime hours so you will have time for interesting activities I,KO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Plan recreation early ami put wardrobe in order. Make sure you conic through promises yon have made to others. Period your creativity during clay so that yon arc prepared tonight. VlllCiO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Home and kin should be your first consideration today before you step out to the activities so much. You have who arc in bad humor, Prepare yourself for greater success abend. An adviser has fine Ideas for the future. A gotxl lime lo work on personal goals. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Once you get business obliga- ions well handled In the morning, you can go after personal aims'in (lie evening with much success. Visit friends you mvcn't seen in a long lime. IF YOUR CHILD IS 150RN TODAY . . . he or she interesting ideas ( h a t mate would appreciate now. Don't argue. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Take care of tasks during day- nine lui IIIIL-I caitiiy o L i i v n i t a i IIM: u t u u in Kitv:* U U L I J I ^ u u ^ tonight. Dress with care and {light hours, then do some enler- make a fine impression others. f-i'Oin onitaining al home tonight. Make n fine impression on others. Re careful in travel. Avoid one who gossips loo much. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 lo Nov. 21) decisions wtiere business By HELOISE CRUSE All correspondence pertaining to the Holoisc column should be mailed directly to Holoise, King Features Syndicate, 235 13. 45th Street. New York, New York 10017. Dear Hetoise: I love that song "The Games People Play" because it reminds me of a game I used to play with my children which was not only very constructive but loads of fun. I became partially disabled when my two (laughters were nine and 10, and 1 needed as help as I could get to Vital is at much help as I could get get the housework done. Because volume Realizing it would be quite a chore for two youngsters to run the house, I tried to make it .1 game for them. A friend concerned arc best arrived in the morning. Talk over new ideas with associates that could be mutually helpful. Re- lex with congcnials tonight. SAG1TTAHIUS (Nov. 22 lo Dec, 21) -Everything may go rather slowly and try your patience early today, but (tie evening works out fine and you can add to present income. Do what you can to improve your properly. CAPKICOHN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Don't lose your patience to- of the of mail, trernendous'day because yon feel you are Heloise is unable to answer all individual letters. She however, of (heirs liked the game so much she came over every day to play with them. This game just takes a little time, planning and imagination. At night when everyone was in bed I would take a piece of paper and make a list of the tilings thai needed doing around the house. I wrote the chores down about one to an inch of paper so I could later take the scissors and cut each one in a separate strip. Each chore was also evaluated as to how much the job was worth. I would write that value after each chore on the slips of paper. Some examples arc: a) wash the bathroom sink --two cents; b) change the linen in the front bedroom (two beds) -- five cents; c) polish one dining room chair -- two cents. I would have my husband pick up rolls of pennies and you should have seen the work I could get done for a dollar! As I am disabled, 1 would send off labels for jewelry or books, or anything that could be used as a present. 1 would hide these in various places around the house as extra prizes. If one of the girls drew a folded slip that said "scrub the bath tub," she might find a little piece of jewelry wrapped in a box, a box oi '·crayons, a ball point pen, or maybe a comb or mirror in the tub. Some of the neighbors probably thought we were crazy, bu the fun the kids would have watching and laughing at each other doing silly things between chores, such as "go out in the yard and stand on all fours ant bark like a french poodle," or "meow like a cat for three minutes." (I threw little things like that in the hat, too, instead of all chores!) Hope a lot of people will play this game with their children because I enjoyed it just as much as, if not more than the children did. Mrs. Freddie Adams What a wonderful time you must have had enjoying your children. Your idea makes even the "ugh" chores a dee-light! with affection, Heloise answer your questions in her column whenever possible, Copyright, 1972 King Features Syndicate, Inc. hemmed in. Take time to prepare for a delightful evening and all will be -fine. Put your t a l e n t s to work. Avoid those who argue. A Q U A K I U S (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Dooi'l rely on friends nnw be one of those young people who early in life wants to be iude- Itemicnt. If yon give the finest education possible, you find Ihnl upon maturity your progeny will get ahead fast and make nn excellent impression on others. The fields of medicine, law and teaching are all fine liere. Give religions education "The Stars impel, they do nol compel." What you make of your life is largely np to you! 1C) 1972 McNaught Syndicate, Inc. Record TV Auction CHICAGO,..^) - Chicago's ) it b 1 i c television station, WTTW, lias raised $541,000 in Is annual on-lhe-air auction. S o m e 3,500 volunteers manned telephones until 3:50 Four Corners Pollution Control Order Extended AUWQUKUQUE, N.M. (AP) - Tlio slnto Ktivlronmcntnl Improvement lionrd hns extended for one yenr pollution control deadlines (or two yeneratlng mills at Hie Vour Corners po\v or complex. The honrcl, on » -1-1 voto Snl- nrdny, allowed the extensions for units ·! mid 5 to meet state rcKididions on emissions of pnr- ticulnte, sulfur dioxide find ni- troycn dioxide. Southern California Kdison and Arizona Public Service Co. liiul requested the deadline for the controls be moved from Dec. 31, 1973, to Dec. 31, 197-1. The companies arpued thai iicw siiile rer.uircmenls and a series of setbacks "make it practically impossible for us to meet the 1973 deadline." The utilities currently arc re- quired to provide 97 per cent efficiency In controlling' emissions. This was raised to OS).2 per cent efficiency by Dec. HI, 1973, ami rrgiilnliuns mlnplcd lasl month npircd efficiency requirements to 03.8 per cent by nee. 31, 1974. The 13IA approved Ihe companies' request that they lie allowed to work low;\rd the 197-1 deadliae, rather (him linve to meet Ilic lower requirements by 1973. Tlic firms ingiicd that meet ing the 197,1 deadline, then the higher requirements the follow ing year would result in duplication of effort and added ex pense. Thcv said (lie slack fillers they meet had planned to use to the 1073 deadline, migli trips, Sunday taking bids on fur coats, apartments, paintings, and even management consultant services. Station Manager William McCarter claimed the amount raised was a record for a local public television auction, ping Ihe $510,000 raised year by the educational TV station in Boston. More than 7,500 items were donated by businesses and individuals. Proceeds of the sale help pay operational costs of the station. TV Programs KBTV, Channel 9; KLZ, Cha.inel 7; KOA, Channel 4; KRMA, Channel t 4:00-2: 7: 4:30-2: G: 7: 5:00-2: 4: 6: 4: 9: 6:00-2: 4: 6: 7: Monday, May 1 Green Acres Guide To Love Gilligan's Island Misierogers Mayberry R.F.D. McHalcs Navy NBC News Sesame Street 7: News 9: ABC News 5:30--2: Hogans Heroes News, Wthr, Spts News, Wthr, Spts Dream of Jeannie High Chaparral Electric Company CBS News 9: Star Trek 6:30-2: Andy Griffith C: People in Jazz 7: This Is Your Life 7:00--2: Truth or Consequences 4: Laugh-In 6: Knvironmcnt'lH'lline 7: Here's Lucy 9: Show of Week 7:30--2: Dragnet G: Ciuilar 7: Doris Day 8:00--2:-Perry Mason 4: Movie 6: Net Opera Theater 7: Sonny and Cher 9: Movie 9:00-2: News, Wthr, Spts 7: Gunsmoke 3.30--6: Black Journal 10:00-2: Movie 4: News, Wthr, Spts 6: 'Inform News, Wlhr, Spts Newsforce One Johnny Carson 3:00--2: Big Valley 4: Concentration G: Art Forum 9: Bewitched 3-.30--4: Movie 9: Mcrv G r i f f i n 4:00--2: Green Acres 6: Media Theory 7: Guide To Love 4:30-2: Gilligan's Island 6: Mislerogers 7: Mayberry R.F.D. a:00--2: McHales Navy 4: NBC News 6: Sesame Street 7: New?, Wthr, Spts 9: News 5:30--2: Hogan'-j Heroes 4: Eyewitness News 9: News Force One 0:00--2: Dream of Jeannie 4: Higli Chaparral G: Electric Company 7: CBS News 9: Better World 6:30-2: Andy Griffith 6: FoJk Guitar 7: Glen Campbell 9: Mod Squad 7:00--2: Truth or Consequences 4: Four Kings 6: Vanishing Wilderness 7:30-2: Dragnet G: Course of Time 7: All in the Family 9: Movie 8:00--2: Perry Mason 4: African Dairy 6: French Chef 7: Cannon 8:30--6: Advocates 9:00-2: News, Wthr, Spts 4: Nichols 7: Hawaii Five-0 9: Marcus Welby 9:30-6: Open Topic 10:00-2: Movie 4: News, Wthr, Spts 7: News, Wthr, Sptg. B: Open Topic 9: News, Wthr, Spts. 10:30--4: Primary Coverage 6: Inform 7: Movie 11:00--9: Dick Cavett 4: Tonight Show 6: Inform 12:00-2: News 12:30--9: David Frost . 4: Eyewitness News Believe li orNotf A SENTRY BOX W ASUNCION. PARAGUAY WAS FORMERLY THE TRWK Of A BOTTLE TREE LETTER OF LAUGHTER Dear Heloise: Had a wonderful hint for Heloise; couldn't wait lo reach her ears. But 1 told it first to a neighbor; she'd teen doing just that for years! Toni Taylor 7: 9: 10:30-4: Radio Programs KYOU H50 KUNC-FM 91.S; KFKA 1310; KGRE S2.3; KUAD 1170j ANTONIO MASLIABECCH1 tnas-ni-O A BIBU06RAPHER Of FLORENCE. ITALY, UNABLE TO SLEEP W BED 1W SLIMMER FOR 6O YEARS AWPfD MA Cf/AH? MORE THfttJ /O.OOO WGHTS Of DIE .-; TKO.YiELLft 5HRUB WERE ONCE BELIEVED BY MEXIOWS TO HAVE THE POVJER. TO Cltfft. /MIR. ot bo BiitiHcnl for lha 107-1 Inercnse and «re approwMrn uytilatloiia. COSTLY DAMAGE HOUSTON (AP) - Usscs om vandalism nnd burjilnrles t Houston schools conlimio to $500,000 n Yflnr. School district officials have proposed night pnlroli' nml n central alnrni and, commu- nlunlions network, · ACROSS 1. (icnro G, Andes ruminnnt lO.I.acka- wanna's pnrtner 11. Wound, n s n rope 12, Finish (4 wds.) 11. Immunity 15. Precipices 18. liccharm 19. Rudiment 23. Squnnd- ercd (3 wds.) 25. British social reformer, Robert 26. Author ot Paradise Lost 27. Gel n lend ot tins'. 28. Loathe 32. Finished (3 wds.) 37. Quenched 38. Callas forte 89. Hugged guys 40. Hire DOWN 1. Dry wine 2. Gold (Sp.) 3. Edge 4. Pagoda ornament 5, Dank trans- nctloiu G. Out of-7. Pub sign 8. Siiflix of nouns 9. Mttle Adeline 11, Involved unfavorably 13. Cnrds for telling fortunes 15. Kind of lire 16. Kind of sufc'nr 17,Solio It 18. Mister Wonder* hit's problem 19. Tablo item 29. This (Sp.) Zl, School for boys 22. Opium 24. More Info rra cd 27. Animate 28. Soupcon 29. She (i.) 31. Brld|e term ill. thrust 33. Arcs' realm 34, Wrath 35; Stannum SS.Haber- closhery buy DAILY CRYPTOQUOTE - Here's how to work it: A X Y D I, B A A X R ' Is L O N G F E L L O W One letter simply stands for another. In this sample A is used for the three L's, X for the two O's, etc. Singl? letters, apostrophes, the length and formation of the words are all hints. Each day the code letters arc different.. CRYPTOQUOTES I G 0 C P Z I R M L Z I Y C Q Y X F Y C Q 2 G C . I I Z G P U X X Z C B Y L C G R . - N U I R O P U L A Y X U T L R M Z L I X £ C M L 2 I T R J Y O T U C R J Y V V Z X O , Saturday's Cryptoquote: I AM THE INFERIOR OF ANY J1AN WHOSE RIGHTS I TUAMPLE UNDER FOOT.- BOBERT GREEN INGERSOLL HENRY By John Llney ARCHIE By Bob Montana Monday, May 1 Dear Heloise: When the children are asking for dessert, whip this one up as a surprise. Use half a can (or less) of evaporated milk chilled about 20 minutes in the freezer. Sweeten lo taste and then gently fold in a few tablespoons of strawberry preserves (or whatever you have on hand). My children love this (all five of them) and it is mostj economical . . . especially f o r , large families. 1 A rushed mother This column is written for you . . . (he housewife and homemaker. If you have a hint or a problem write lo Heloise in care of (ho ritavc address. 7: Reason To Think 11:00-7: Movie 9: Dick Cavett 12:00-9: News 4: News 12:30--9: David Frost Tuesday, May 2 11:00--2: Famous Jury Trials 4: Sale of Century 7: News 0: Electric Company 9: All My Children 11:30--2: Honeymooners 4: Three on a Match fi: Math 7: As the World Turns 9: Let's Make a Deal 12:00--2: Blinky Fun Club 4: Eyewitness News 7: Love Is Splendor Thing 9: Today at Noon 12:30--2 : Phil Donahue 4: The Doctors 7: Guiding Light 0: Dating Came 12:45--G: Hispanic Culture 1:00-4: Another World (i: Music 7: Secret Storm 9: General Hospital 1:30-2: What's My Line 4: Peyton Place G: Primary Art 7: Kdge of Night 9: One Life to Live 2:00-2: To Tell The Truth 4: Somerset 6: Klectric Company 7: Dialing for Dollars 9: Love American Style 2:30-2: Heat the Clisck 4: Days of Our Lives t: Fno:l Facts 9: Newly wed C'.amc 4:00--KYOU: News, Music KFKA: News KGRE: News, Stereo KUAD: Voice of Valley 4:30--KFKA: Editorial, Music KYOU: Regional News 4:45-KFKA: Want Ads 5:00-- KFKA: News, Wlhr, Spls KUNC: Evening Report KYOU: News 75 KUNC: C'ntmpry Music 5:30-KUAD: Sign Off 5:45-KFKA: This is Greelcy KYOU: News, Wthr. 6:00--KUNC: Things C'sidered K F K A : Circle JK Ranch G:15-KYOU: South of Border 7:30-KUNC: Rlack fs 8:00--KYOU: Ted Loveland KUNC: Pacifica Progr'm 8:30--KGKE: Music 9:00-KUNC: News, Music KYOU: Info News, Music 9:30--KYOU: Regional News 10:Ofl-KUNC: Rock 10:00-KGRB: News, Stereo K F K A : News K Y O U : News, Wthr. 1 0 : ) 5 -- K F K A : Varsity Carousel KYOU: Sports 10:30-KYOl, : : News 11:CO-KYOU: Sign Off K G R E : Sign Off I1:15-KFKA: On Stage I 1 1 : 3 0 - K F K A : News, Wlhr, Spts KYOU: Weather KUAD: Boh McBride 12:30-KFKA Farm, Ranch KYOU: Market Music KUNC: Sixth String 12:45-KYOU: Paul Harvey 1:00-KYOU: Andy Loornis 1:15-KFKA: Music KYOU: Sports 1:30--KYOU: News 2:00-KFKA: News Music KYOU: News KUAD: Don Bell KUNC: Concert I 2:30-KFKA: Profile, Music KYOU: News News Ted Loveland News I2:00-KFKA: Sign Off KUNC: Nightcap KYOU: Kcgional News SCRAM-LETS ANSWERS Krsnlz - Chic/ - Pause - Sleazy - PIZ'/.A Overheard: "What cio you think fit this Italian tie? I know it's genuine Kalian: It has PIZZA stains on it.' .V- I Tuesday, May 2 11:00-KUAD: Hob McFiride K F K A : News, Music K Y O U : News KGRK: Stereo Music K U N C : Cnnlemp. Music ] I : 1 5 ~ K K K A : Music K Y O U : Sports j l h M - K Y O U : News J 1 1 H 5 - K Y O U : Macy A l l n u t l 12:(lf-K(JNC: Expanded News K F K A : Monforl Hpt, K Y O U : News, w l h r . j K U A D : News M 2 : I O - K i ; A I : Voice of Valley j ! I X - 1 5 - K F I . \ : Wr-allicr, Spts. ' 3:00-KFKA: KYOU 3:li-KYOU 3:30-KFKA: Sports ·?:00--KFKA: News, Music KYOU: Info News KUAD: Voice of Valley 4:30-KFKA: Editorial, Music KYOU: Regional News 4:45-KFKA: Want Ads 5:00-KFKA: News, wlhr, spls. KYOU: News 75 KUNC: Evening Report S:30-KUAD: Sign Olf 6:00-KFKA: Circle .1 R Ranch; KUNC: Things C'sidered R:15-KYOU: South of Border 7:30--KUNC: Poor Consumer 8:0!)-KFKA: News, Music KYOU: Ted l.oveland KGI'.K: News KUNC: M a r t i n L. K i n g 8:30-KGKE: Music KYOI,': Regional News KUNC: .to?.?. 0:W-KUNC: News, Prog. Mus KYOU: Jnfo News IO:M-KFKA: News KYOU: News KUNC: Rock IO:15-KFKA: Var. Carousel KYOU: S|«rls, News |ll:l)fl-KYOU: Sif;n Off I2:00-KFKA: Sign Off I KUNC: Nighk-ap DENVER RADIO K1.Z: fGf-MiJsic, news KUOW: CSO-Music, news KRTR: 710-Ncws 21 hours KOA: B50--Music, news on "/ hr. HOLD IT?) .WHAT'S -S FOOTV GOING ON ] FOUR AND 1 HERE? HALF INCHES 7RYOUTS/... YOU SA\D WE COUL.P... FOR THE "RIVERCALE REVIEW'/ BUT I THOUGHT IT WAS A NONE OF THIS SHOW-BUS1NES STUFF / WE'LL USE \OU I N l\ MAGAZINE.' REX MORGAN, M. D. HE SAID HE WAS AT HCWE/ foz T.'if r BELIEVE THIS IB YOUR WJSBAW WOKEf/ f A T HOME 7 U U W -- H'WS OU TO llZE YOU SURE CAIL HM AT HO,«E / ^,( HE OIPH'T STWMGE.' HE LETT THE KOUSE DIP P- THIS MtEH PR. 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