Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 30, 1968 · Page 2
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MFC (MM) STARr PHMN 10 OfffH SOCIETY Television Schedule 7-3431 Between 8 a.m. end 4 p.m. and Country at IE: 00 ftooaf toirs* day, Afpti 4. Cobnddf of Events SUNDAY, MARCH 31 A Mixed Scotch Ball Golf Tournament will be held at the Hope Country Club Sunday, March 31 at 5 piffii the entfy fer will be a White Elephant Item, A pot* lack suppef will follow the tour* nfttteftt, JUSd hosts will be: Mf, and Mrs* Jim'Prudeft, Mrs, By* ron Hetoef, and Mrs. Rose Marie I Shlreyi" there will be a Family Potluck Supper at the First Presbyterian Church Sunday, March 31 at 6 p.m. The young people of the church will present the program, concluding; the study on Japan, MONDAY, APRIL 1 All the circles of the W.S.C.S. of the First Methodist Church will meet Monday, April 1 at 2 P«nv the Youth Choir of the First Presbyterian Church will practice Monday, April 1 at 3:45 p* m. the Adult Choir will practice at 1 p.m. the W. M. S. of the' First Baptist Church will meet Monday, April 1 at 11:30 for the business meeting followed by a covered dish'tuncheon at noon, the Missionary program will be presented at 1:00. the W.M.U. Council will meet at 11:00. Mothers of the little League, Pony League, and Doctor's League will meet Monday, April 1 at 7:30 p.m. at the Youth Center, there will be a business meeting and election of new officers for the comming season. TUESDAY, APRIL 2 the WOC Council of the First Presbyterian Church will meet in the Chapel Tuesday, April 2 at 10 a.m. tHURSDAY. APRIL 4 the Pat Cleburne Chapter of the UDC will meet at the town SAf IIRCAY, APRIL 6 the Hempsteftd County Republican Women will have a White Elephant sale Saturday, April 6 from 10 a,m, until 4 p.m. in the building formerly occupied by West's Department Store ofl south Main, CENtERVtLLEEHGLUB MEETS the Centefville E, H. Club meeting March 20 was opened with the thought of the month* The song, "Yankee Doodle" was then sung by the group led by Mrs, E, 0, BrighU The devo« tional was taken from Matt, 28: MO by Mrs, Hugh Bearden followed by the Lord's Prayer re« pealed In unison. Mrs. Deward Collier showed how to make a dog out of a wash cloth and Mrs. Luna Underwood showed a lady's head made with a cup and saucer, Mrs. Jim Langston gave the lesson on "Heart and Carlovascular Diseases" and also "Diabetes" followed by discussion. Mrs. Vernie Coynes gave a quiz on "Family Life". The roll call was answered by ten members. Mrs, W. L. Alton read a poem entitled "The Nicest Gift". After the poem, the meeting was adjourned by repeating the Homemakers* Prayer, There were two guests, Little Dennis and Cannie Smith. Cookies, coffee, and cold drinks were served by the hostess, Mrs. Hugh Bearden. Divider for Privacy Privacy can be built into a small bathroom by constructing a partial divider between lavatory and toilet. In addition to creating a compartmented design, the divider can provide storage space with built- in shelves and drawers. Easier Than Painting Apply a coat of bright enamel to the interiors of closets as a real work-saver. It's much easier to wash the enamel than to repaint the closets. L Beat 1 —T* M m aw ' ' IP/0L tfSMS^f SiHUlf . NIC 6.>0 (COLA) ?.« (C0t«) ?l)6 (COLOU) flijid (COLCd) 9i X CCt» 10*00 (CCtCft) 10tl5 L2iOO (COLOR) l.>0 (COUR) It 45 AM SUMDAV. KARCH 6:45 AH 7:00(Color) 7:30 8:00(Color) 8:30(Color) 9:00(Color) 9:30(Color) lOtOO(Color) 10:30(Color) Hi 00 l2:00(Color) l2:30(Color) liOO(Color) 3:00(Color) 1 4:OOfColor) > 5:30(Color) 6:00(Color) 7:00(Color) 8:00(Color) ^, _~ m *al ',** m* /IBB »^P f^Jm/ffwWJ ^flr J| B ^AP(^iX» V ^Ln^^ tlk W» •teOB Ka4§4ffiBlft JkAadtt ^D5 DATUID (HIV NflMLfWfi) (MM Utftiftf Ml Alt* iy^4'M^nPP AULACkB MBLCfTf 3CAJAD tft.&ft&JUMRt THE BIO Muff XI "The Loei MMhMtf * Ray Mlliifti, Jttt Hjfttilt JMTilgjiBf Mat ABC WttattW RMS. sun oif 3^ 196| TEST PATTERN •mis COLORFUL WORLD ALLEN REVIVAL HOUR CHILDREN'S COSPfiL HOUR MILTON THE MONSTER LINUS THE LIONHKARTED BUGS BUNNY BULLWINKLt DISCOVERY BROADMOOR lAmST CHURCH DIRECT IONS ISSUES AND ANSWERS NBA BASMTMLL rUYOTTS AMERICAN SKiTSHAN JACKSOWmjt OfKN RAT PATROL VOYACT TO BOTTOM OP SKA THE F. B, 1. ' SUNDAY NICHT MOVIE 5:00 G£ tollege BoWl (OJI St30 rUppet NBC (6) 6:00 Wild Kingdom K6C (C) 6:30 Walt Disney's Wonderful Wot 1 Id of Color j y 30 i tt ft IM^ f~ tirf* ^* ift * TV\A T_ftU Wttl*'' ( t^\ SsOO Bonanza NBC (d) 9sOO High Chaparral SBG (6) 10:00 Hews and Weather (C) 10:15 The Million Dollar Movie "Prisoner of War With Ronald Reagan MONOA.Y, APRIL 1, 1968 6:45 RFD with Bob Bulce (C) 6:55 ^^orning Devotions (C)' 7 tOO The Today Show NBC (C) 7:25 Arkansas News and Weather (C) 7:30 The Today Show NBC (C) 8:00 The Today Show NBC (C) 8:25 Arkansas News & Weather (C) 8:30 The Today Show NBC (C) 9:00 Snap Judgement NBC (C) 9:25 Nancy Dlckcrson with the News 9:30 Concentration NBC (C) 10:00 Personality NBC (C) 10:30 The Hollywood Squares NBC 11:00 Jeopardy NBC (C) 11:30 Eye Guess (C) 11:55 Edwin Newman with the News 12:00 Little Rock Today (C) 12:30 Lot's make a Deal NBC (C) 1:00 Days of our Lives NBC (C) 1:30 The Doctors NBC (C) 2:00 Another World NBC (C) 2:30 You Don't Say NBC (C) 3:00 The Mike Douglas Show (C) 4:30 I Love Lucy "R, Loses Voice" 5:00 F-Troop -** 5:30 Huntley Brlnkley Report NBC 6:00 News & Weather Report (C) 6:30 The Monkees NBC (C) 7:00 Rowan and Martin Laugh 'In NBC 8:00 The Danny Thomas Show NBC (C) 9:00 I Spy NBC (C) 10:00 News and Weather (C) 10:15 Lonnle Gibbons Sports Show (C) 10:30 The Tonight Show NBC (C) 12:00 SIGN OFF THE NATIONAL REPORT ON WHAT'S HAPPENING • "Johnny B«lln<ta" HU Farrow 10:00(Color) TEN O'CUXX UfORT 10:20 TUB BIG HOVIE "D««r Ruth" William Holdtn, Joan Caulfield 12:00(Color) ABC WEEKEND NEWS 12:15 AH SINE OfT MONDAY. APRIL 1. 1»68 6:45 AM TEST 1'AHKRN 7:qp(Color) BOZO'S BIG TOP SHOW , "Head Shops" Mushroom: Hippie commerce hits new high. Hundreds of psychedelic shops are springing up now that the straight world is demanding to know more about flower power. Some are run by commerce-minded hippies. Others by entrepreneurs who find it a cinch to pose as acid heads, pot heads and/or meditators. Most shops are turning to straight "staples" to pay the rent, clothing and furniture. Posters, buttons and exotic psy- chedelia are big as mail order offers in underground newspapers. All get the careful surveillance of the law. Sell acid or pot? Say the owners, "Why should we get busted when business is so good?" CENSORSHIP SENSE: "Juvenile only bans" are under court /ire. Separate cases in New York and Texas test the statutes specifically involving both print and film. Film industry via Louis Nizersays ban is "vague, impractical and absurd. Also points out that many of the films being banned are scheduled for television appearances. Strange acceptance of wrong, wrong to make a right. Where, oh where, is Jack Valenti during this scene? The film industry actually employs women at the local P.T.A. level to serev as "decency" advisers to school groups. One of the most powerful lobbying forces in all of industry. , . NEW BLINK BLINK BLINK: teens have grip on latest grabber— "lower falsics," (Lower false eyelashes are taking off!) Up till now the false eyelash business has been aU "upper case." Major cosmetic distributor has come up with "lower lashes." They have taken off "up, up and away. Drugstores and variety stores selling 85-90 per cent to teens. An extension of eyeliner and mascara led emphasis on intriguing eyes. Believe it, lips will remain pastel or neutral. Hair and eyes will be attention-grabbers— along with mini-ideas. 8:30 •i*. .- . lO-.OO(Color) 11:00 ll:30(Color) 12:00(Color) 12:30(Color) l;00(Color) l:30(Color) l:55(Color) 2:00(Color) 2:30(Color) 3:00(Color) 3:30 5:00(Color) 5:30(Color) 6:00 6:30 8:30(Color) 9:00(Color) 10:00(Cpior) 10:30(Co»or) 12:00 M DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "Are Hlibandr Necessary?" Patricia Morrison,Ray HtlUnd THIS MORNING BEWITCHED TREASURE ISLE DREAM MOUSE WEDDING PARTY THE NEWLYWED GAME THE BABY CAME THE CHILDREN'S DOCTOR GENERAL HOSPITAL DARK SHADOWS THE DATING GAME DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "Calcutta" Alan Ladd, Call Ruiiell ABC NEWS 5; 30 REPORT ; THE RIFLEMAN SU THIRTY MOVIE "Th« Outsider" Tony Curtli, Jaawa FrancUcui PEYTON PLACE THE BIG VALLEY TEN O'CLOCK REPORT JOIY BISHQP SHOW SINE on Renta-Plot. Forest Lawn Special; Motorcycle accidents a major teen problem. Figures indicate that 70 per cent of 1,500 motorcyclists killed last year were riding rented or borrowed bikes. One-fourth of all accidents occur on cyclist's first ride. ... .u Courses in motorcycle safety now being planned across the country. Interesting fact: Motorcycles to be Provided by Motorcycle Safety Council at $5 for those under 18 and $1Q for those over 18 Someone should read their own statistics!! UNSEEN, UNHEARD, UN FORGIVEN: Rejected by state legislature, initiative now be\ng launched in Californw to put "vote at 18" on the ballot in November, 1968, About 520000 adult signatures needed. If 18 were to become countrywide minimum now, eight million new noses could be counted. Why should any adult be scornful or suspicious? Records show only 70 per cent of eligible adults turn out for presidential elections. Would eight million new voters juve- note the voting scene and the electorate? Good luck California. We hope the initiative makes the ballot— and wins. BIG MONEY BOYS: fSeach Roys garner $60,000 for recent five performance !aurr--not bad! Ego Thing: People in the business insist that the Jefferson Airplane consists of six of the most unco-operative, .egocentric artists in town. The sextuplet rarely bothers to defend itself. Spencer of the group even holds the opinion that the group should settle for only cover stories m national pa|a?ines. How long can they get away with it? Saturday, March 30, 1968 6:00 News and Weather Report (C) 6; 15 Arkansas Outdoors (C) 6:30 The Saint NBC (C) Get Smart NBC (C) Saturday Night at the Movies "Mirage" Gregoavy Peck 10:15 Nws and Weather (C) 10:30 The Million Dollar Movie "Strickly Dishonorable" Pinza and Janet Leiht 7j30 8:00" 6l20 AM 6l25 6M5 7(00 7|25 7«30 8t25 Si 00 9(25 9i30 10(00 10|30 lllOO 11»30 12|QO N 12»30 PM 1»00 Il30 2(00 2(30 3lOO 3l2S 4*30 ?|00 5»30 6.00 6t30 PM 7»00 8.00 9:00 JOsOO MORNING DEVOTIONAL TEXARKANA COLLEGE - C FARM DIGEST - C TODAY SHOW - C TODAY IN TEXARKANA -*C TODAY SHOW - C TODAY IN SHREVEPORT - C TODAY SHOW - C SNAP JUDGMENT - C NBC NEWfi - C CONCENTRATION - C PERSONALITY - C HOLLYWOOD SQUARES - C JEOPARDY - C EYE GUESS - C TV PARTYLINE - C LET'S HAKE A DEAL » C PAYS OP OUR LIVES - Q THE DOCTORS - C ANOTHER WORLD - Q YOU DON'T SAY - C THE MATCH GAMJ * e gdilgr, Teen SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 1968 8;00 Gospel Singing Jubilee 9:00 God is the Answer 10:00 Insight The Truth About Time 10:30 America Sings (C) 11:00 Pulaski Heighcs Methodist Church 12:00 Keel The Press NBC (C) 12; 30 Challenge '68 (C) 1:00 Labor's Language (C) 1:30 People and Patterns (C) 2:00 Shell's Wonderful World of Golf 3:00 Championship Bowling (C) 3:30 Experiment in TV NBC (C( ^:30 Frank McCee NBC (C) HAVE GUN WILL T*AVSL - 1*V MARSHAL DILLOH - BtW HVNTW5Y-I1JM1CLJY - S NgWSCOPg . (NfW|, HEATHII SPORTS) • 5 THE MONKEES » C ROWAN 6 MARTIN'S LAUGH»!N*C THE D<M.NY THOMAS HOUR » c I st^ - e NSWSCQPE •> (NEWS, WEATHZR SPORTS) » C THE TONIGHT SHOW * C IDEVOTIONAL KATV SATURDAY. MA&CH 30 S-.JQ 6:09 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:30 The Flyl»j Fl»h«ns*ft (C) K*v*, V«fth*r *o4 Sportf (C) TKt Dating G*a« - *|C (C) The «*vlyy<t<! C«*« - 4JJC (C) (C) 8C (C) IdtOO IfillS tttiS H*t*h«l 8**i fft<t WitMf (C) Ce«lof !tt AfHei - Ate (C? Jo*? tttto? Sta* - AtC (C) 5t30 6rOO CBS Rv«rstttg Chatmel U 8iOO 8:30 9:00 10(30 lliOO llJOO 12t30 liOO tht Viftiibii 0Ai«rm (C) ftuiiwiftki* - Ate HUton th« *ott*l«t * A»C (C) Lthui th« Uorth**ft«d - AIC (C) Hou«« Hunting »/Judy Pfyor (C) tjl*e<sv«f:f - Ale (C> FlMt 8*ptut Church - Pln« Slutf Cr««t 0«ctiioni (C) Church ot Chri«t (C) tttA »*»k«tb»n - ABC (C) My fhre* Sws 8»30 9 i 00 10 i 00 10 1 30 12«00 Junes l«m Channel 12 M«w*/W«*thef The Ut* Mdv>t» "A SwiH OC Gist?** 3,00 AJMtlcan Sporttauin - ABC (C) SATURDAY, MARCH 30 5i30 PORTER WAGONER SHOW - C 6s00 WILBURN BROTHERS - C 6s30 THE SAINT - C 7:30 GET SMART - C 8»00 YOUR.SATURDAY NIGHT MOVIE "JAMICA RUN" - C RAY MILLIAND-ARLENE DAHL 10tOO NEWSCOPE - (NEWS-WEATHEP :.', SPORTS) - C 10:20 CHILLER - "TINGLER" VINCENT PRICE 12»00 THE BEAT - C 12tl5 EVENING DEVOTIONAL SUNDAY, MARCH 31. 1968 6«55 AM MORNING DEVOTIONAL 7i00 SPIRITUAL HOUR - C 7»30 AMERICA SINGS - C 8:00 GLORY ROAD - C 8:30 GOSPEL SINGING JUBILEE - C 9»30 HERALD OF TRUTH - C 10:00 TEXARKANA TOWN TOPICS - C 10:30 INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:45 CHURCH SERVICES 11:45 ARK LA TSX FORUM - C 12:00 N MEET THE PRESS - C 2:00 PM SHELL GOLF - C 3:00 THE WAR THIS WEEK - C 3:30 EXPERIMENT IN TELEVISION 4:30 FRANK MCGEE REPORT - C 5:00 GE COLLEGE BOWL - C 5:30 FLIPPER - C 6:00 WILD KINGDOM - C 6:30 WALT DISNEY - C 7:30 MOTHERS-IN-LAW - C 6:00 BONANZA - C 9:00 THE HIGH CHAPARRAL - C 10:00 NEWSCOPE - (NEWS, WEATHER SPORTS) - C 10:30 SUNDAY TONIGHT SHOW - C 12:00 EVENING DEVOTIONAL MONDAY , APRIL 1, 1968 SUNDAY .MARCH 31 4,00 Jt30 6:60 7tOO 8iOO 10:00 10: IS 10:20 10i30 Sunday Murnodn MovU * "AL JENWNC9 Of OKLAHOMA" Ban Duty** i C*l* Slot* »«**• *nd Wi*th«r - A*k OrvtlU H*«ty VoyM« to the lotto* ot th* Sit - AlC th« f. B. I. - ABC (C) Sunday Night HovU - ABC (C) "JOHNNt 8KUHOA" Ml* Fatrev AtkaAta* Ntv« *nd Wi«th*f (C) World N«v« (c) Bud Otnpbtll Sport* (C) Th« L*t* Showi "COWrfMFtIT PLAN" £ach*ry Scott, P»»«l« Caatl* Monday, April 1, 1908 7,30 Boto'i Bin Top Comic* <C) 3.30 Th« Fugitive - ABC 9s3b Tht* Morning - ABC (C) Ho»tt DlrV Cnv*tt 11:00 Bewitched - ABC 11:30 Tr«*«ure til* - ABC (C) 12:00 The Noon ' Show - Hv« (C) w/Bud Caapbuli, Judy Pryor liOO Newlyw«d Cuma - ABC ,C) Th« B«by G*m« - ABC (C) Chlldran'a Doctor - ABC (C) 2,00 General Mo*plt«l - ABC (C) 2,30 Dark Shadow* - ABC (C) 3,00 Dating Cam* - ABC (C) 3,30 Bo*o'a Big Top Conic* - Llv« (C) 5,00 Bob Young Evening N«w« - ABC (C) 5,30 Truth or Con»equ«nct* - (C) 6,00 Arkan*** New* and W«»th«r (C) 6tl5 World M«w« (C) 6,20 Bud Campb«ll Sport* - (C) 6:30 PM KATV Monday Night HovU • "SLAUGHTER ON 10TH AVENUE" Walter Matthau. Richard Egan 8:30 Peyton Piece - ABC (C) 9:00 The Big Valley - ABC (C) 10:00 Arkaneee New* «nd We*ther (C) 10:15 World New* (c) 10:20 Bud Campbell Sport* (C) 10:30 Joey Bishop Show - ABC (C) 7 i 00 8 i 00 8(30 9 i 00 9:30 10:00 10»30 lltOO 12:00 12tl5 12i30 It 00 3:30 4:30 Si 00 5 t 30 6:00 6:30 7 i 00 8 i 00 9:00 10 i 00 10:15 10 i 30 11 i 30 12:00 Th* Bob & HI* BuddliM Tow A Jirry Undatfdog HAll.lujflh Train P«ra & Home Came M Three ThU Is Th« Llf« St. Mark's Ep In copal Church Senator Long Report Chunnal 12 Sporti Sp«ei*l "A CoT\v«r««tion With Heywood Hiilo Broun" r«c* Th« Ntttlon Hockey G«m« Of Th« Weak Montreal C«n«dUna/N«V York Hunger* To Be Announced Amateur Hour 2 l»t Century Channel 12 Neva /Weather Lassie Gentle Ben Ed "Sullivan the Smother* Brother* Mlarion !mpoi*lble New* /Norton CBS New*/R«a*oner Secret Agent The Mormon Choir Vespers MONDAY APRIL 1 L I Saturday. March 30 -> 4 5l30 CBS SATURDAY NEWS CBS (C) 6:00 NEWS (C) (live) 6:10 SPORTS (C) (live) 6«25 WEEK-END WEATHER (C) < 6«30 THE JACKIE OLEASON SHOW 7:30 MY THREE SONS CBS (C) 8:00 HOOANiS HEROES CB3 (C) 8?30 PETTICOAT JUNCTION CBS (C) 9JOO MANN1X CBS (C) 10SOO HEWS (C) (live) 10:10 WEATHER with Bill Mitchell 10:15 SPORTS EYE with Jim Landore 10:30 CHANNEL 11 ACADEMY THEATRE "Great Day in the Morning" 12:10 LATE NEWS ROUNDUP (C) 12115 SIGN OFF 6 i 25 Economic* (Mon-Thur; 6:25 Acro*a Tho Fence (Frl) 6«55 Your Paator 7:05 CBS News/Benti 7:30 Bob & HI* Buddie* 8 1 00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Candid Camera 9«30 Bev«rly HiUbilHe* 10 i 00 Andy Of Maybe rry 10«30 Dick Von Dyke 11 i 00 Love Of Life 11« 30 Search For Tomorrow iliAS Guiding Light 12:00 Mows /Owen 12:30 Aa Tho World Turn* 1:00 Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 1:30 House Party 2 1 00 To Tell The Truth 2 1 25 CBS N<3W*/E4ward* 2:30 Edge or Night 3:00 Secret Storm 3:30 Giliigan'* Island A : 00 Rawhide 5iOO McJtalo'* Navy 5:30 CBS News/Cronklt* 6 s 00 Now* /Owen 6:25 Weather/Bo It on 6:30 Ounsmokc 7:30 The Lucy Show 8:00 Andy Griffith 8:30 The Monday Night Movie "That Wonderful Urge," Tyrone Power, Gene Tlerney 10:00 Ncws/Dodaon 10:25 Weather/Bo I ton 10:30 Carol Burnett Show 11:30 The Millionaire 12; 00 Wcather/Veaper* HELEN HELP US! by Helen Bottel YOUTH ASKED FOR 1TI This column Is tor young people, their problems and plea- suros, (heir troubles and fun. As with the rest of Helen Help USI, it welcomes laughs but won't dodge a serious question with a brush-off. Send your teenage questions to YOUTH ASKED FOR IT, care of Helen Help USi this newspaper. WHAT IS A SOLDIER?-AGAIN Dear Helen; You once printed "What is a Soldier?" It could also be used tot air men or sailors, with a lew changes In words, I now have a soldier boy friend. Would you please print it again? - DARLENE Dear Darlene: As yours is about the 50th request, I'll glad' ly reprlnt'- WHAT is A SOLDER? Between chJMhocrJ and second childhood we find the fascinating group of humanity called SOLDIERS, They come In as* sorted sixes, races, weights, heights, and states of sobriety. They can be found anywhere in Europe, Vietnam, Jersey City; la climbs, bars, combat, love sometimes on base, and always to debt. Constantly out of cash, they hardly ever sleep, and are out» rageously overworked. Girls love them, towns tolerate them and governments supjxm them, A soldier is laziness with a decfr of cards, bravery with a tattooed arm. aad protector of tfee world with a copy of Play, bey pger his shirt. He has tne energy of a turtle. the slyness of a tox, the brains of an Idiot, the sincerity of a liar (especially when asked to pull that extra duty); and the aspirations of a Casanova-any time. When he wants something, it is usually connected with a pass. Some of his Interests are; Girls, women, females, dames, broads, chicks, and the opposite sex; money, cash, moolah, skins, rocks, bills, greenbacks, coins, and also a four-on-the-floor con* vertible. His dislikes are: Bills, answering letters, wearing hia uniform, superior officers, the chow, making bed check, his first sergeant, getting up In the morning, No one but a soldier can carry all this in his pockets; A light* er without fluid; a pack of crush' ed bytts; J.D. card, comb, church key, bottle of G.I, gin, rtog tags, two girlie pictures; one picture of THE girl; a bulging wallet, devoid of money; the main stem from a watch; a letter fro mho me; the letter he should have mailed last week; five keys on a ring, none of which he uses; and enough of yesterday's pay to buy one cup of coffee, He likes to spend bis money on girls, boow, tape recorders, record players, records, poker -r aw) the rest foolishly. If you ra?? him about one rib» bon, he would Just as soon drop you in a vat of jello and watch you quiver to death. It is impossible to forget that cultivated knack be has for being "only five minutes late"; irnposslbj* to forget that mischievous smile; aad impossible to get back any money you have loaned him. A soldier in a magic creature. You lock him out of your home but not out of your heart. You scratch him off your mail- Ing list, but not out of your mind. You might as well give up. He U your long-away.from-home lover and your one and only bleary- eyed, good-for-nothing; bundle of worry. Yet all your shattered dreams become insignificant when he winks at you with those bloodshot rabblt^yes and say«, "Hi jra. Angel, I'm home I" -ANONY* MOUS To get your S.O.S. (Stomp Out Steadying) Button, send one dine for each button, with a stamped self-addressed envelope, to Helen Bottel's S.0.3. Club, Box 9997, Sacramento, California, 95883. f|T HJ« SfK(.VG—Cotton clu<iui,r in a stylized ({oral shiifK-s a fitted coat with buck belt. It's u*ed in crisp white for the companion drc>s> with tab detail- By HeliU.

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