Sapulpa Daily Herald from Sapulpa, Oklahoma on December 20, 1978 · 11
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Sapulpa Daily Herald from Sapulpa, Oklahoma · 11

Sapulpa, Oklahoma
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Wednesday, December 20, 1978
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Ciatbilied Ado 23-lVauUd We buy Junk and salvage cars Kiefer Salvage, 321 5595 520tfc Light Hauling 224-4274 91 Top price paid for wrecked, junked or salvage cars or trucks Call 245-7093, 2453426,245-6215 for quick pick up 42tfc Light Hauling 224-6633 Me Box blade, brush hog, garden plowing, discing 224-6088 D Want to buy good hay 1-3676093 121984 24-He U'dKfed Eubanks Security needs security guards, Sapulpa and Bristow areas Will train 224-6782 121483 U-TOTEM Now hiring 3 to 11 and 11 to 7 clerks for Sapulpa area Earn up to 4 15 an hour Also accepting applications for manager-trainee Apply in person U-Totem Office, 11718 E Admiral Place Tulsa For more information call 918-437-1510 Equal Opportunity Employer 1025tfc Experienced tax preparer or student of H R Block, to work in Sapulpa Daytime 224-7070, ext 33 Nights 224' 3582 121785 Elderly lady to live and care for children References 227-0393 before noon 121886 Wanted Waitresses Full and parttime 224-9778, after 6 00 121987 Contractor needs help for light construction work 1106Vi Main, Sand Springs 6 to 8 p m 122088 27- mI and hutul Lost Part collie, part bird dog, lost approximately 4 miles west on Teel 25 00 reward 1-247-6813 121983 Bellmon Sees Production Spur In OPEC Move OKI AHMA CITY UPI - The Arab oil producing companies did the U S a favor in raising oil prices Sen Henry Bellmon, R-Okla , said Tuesday Bellmon said the price rise would result in less consumption and provide an increased incentive to develop new oil sources It takes about 20 a barrel to make shale oil feasible, he said Tertiary recovery costs 18 to 20 a barrel The only way we are going to produce more oil is to make it financially attractive I am probably one of the tew who think OPEC did us a favor, Bellmon said Hunter Drowns Retrieving Duck WEBBERS FALI-S, Okla UPI A 50-year-old hunter wading through icy water to retrieve a duck he shot drowned Tuesday Jackson D Phillips of Gore, Okla , drowned in the Kerr Navigation Channel in Sequoyah County, east of Webbers Falls The state Highway Patrol said Phillips apparently began cramping because of the cold water and he went under in 12 to 15 feet of water His body was recovered about an hour later by Oklahoma take Patrolman A C Andrews - ' Holiday Travel Crunch Begins JVow You Know By United Press International The highest divorce settlement on record was 9 5 million, ordered paid in 1963 by Edward J Hudson of Houston to his wife, Mrs Cedi Amelia Blaffer Hudson who reputedly already possessed assets totaling 14 million United Press International If you hoped to avoid the hordes in your holiday travel you re too late The Christmas crunch begins today The travel jam will be evident first in airports and bus stations, which soon will be stuffed lighter than a rich kid s stocking, and by the end of the week it will have spread to the nation s highways making holiday trips the only thing that can rival Christmas shopping as a seasonal hassle Traffic is running quite a bit heavier I would say the real crush will start today, said Gil Perlroth, a spokesman in New York for Eastern Airlines Reduced fares have resulted in the busiest year ever for airlines Advanced bookings have been coming in for months and airlines have resorted to adding more flights to handle the crush Going over the hill and through the woods to grandmother s house isn t what it used to be For instance, last year Sharon McCarty thought she had planned the ideal Christmas vacation a little loafing, some skiing and then a traditional Christmas with her parents in Houston However, on Dec 23, the day she was to go to Houston, she realized she had lost her airline ticket and coincidentally the airline had lost track of her reservation She spent Christmas Eve in the lobby of Stapleton Airport in Denver, sitting with her skis and a bag full of presents That was the ultmate frustration, she said I was just sitting and waiting praying someone would cancel and I could get a standby seat After some hitchhiking and a bus ride, Ms McCarty arrived in Houston late Christmas Day much wiser This year, American's predicted passenger load 80 percent of capacity and 490 flights added nationwide to handle it is typical of the industry s expected crush Almost all other major carriers report advance bookings have increased from 10 to 20 percent and likewise are adding flights Some of the privileged will be spending Christmas in the Carribean British West India Airlines reports all 11 of its flights were booked solid and four more were added Airlines in Colorado are gearing for the annual crush of people wanting to spend Christmas on the slopes Trailways Inc Bus Service in Denver also is expanding its operation with a computerized reservation service to shuttle skiers to resorts The National Weather Service says travelers will not have to worry about major storms anywhere in the nation but it has not yet issued a Christmas forecast Motorists can expect busy highways, will find gasoline to be more expensive than last year and may encounter shortages of certain brands, especially unleaded grades The American Automobile Association said the average price of gasoline was 67 8 cents a gallon for regular, an increase of 4 7 cents from last year, and 71 9 cents for unleaded, up 5 3 cents from last year The crowded holiday highways also will be dangerous The National Safety Council predicts 400 to 500 people will be killed in traffic accidents during the Christmas holiday weekend FCC Plans To Restrict Clear Channel Range By United Press International The Federal Communications Commission has decided to make room for up to 125 new AM radio stations by limiting the range of the clear channel stations the big city beacons that brought the sounds of a more exciting way of life to small tewn America The FCC Tuesday approved the proposal to limit the protected range of the country s 25 powerful clear channel stations to 750 miles Under the plan the FCC will approve the new AM stations on the frequencies now held by the clear channel stations, some of which reach coast to coast The clear channel stations have been a favorite of insomniacs, truck drivers and teen-age couples in parked cars across the prairies, farm fields and forests of small- town America for decades There was no immediate response from the clear channel radio stations that will be affected But at a truck stop in Abilene Texas, Marvin Eldon considered Tuesday night what life would be like without one of the truck driver s favorites, the midnight until morning Bill Mack Open Road Show, broadcast by clear channel WBAP in Fort Worth, Texas I know there s going to be a lot of truckers disappointed It s like losing an old friend I m listening to It now, said Eldon They play all that country music and that s what we like I don t know what we U do if we can t get another good station Eldon has no immediate cause for concern The FCC said it should be another two or three years until the process of choosing the new stations is complete FCC Chairman Charles D Ferris said that after a final period of comments from Interested parties, those who want new AM stations will apply for them In particular areas We re envisioning stations of comparable quality as those that are listened to now in the 200 to 500 watt range, he said You ll still be able to pick them the clear channel stations up, depending on the weather and the ionosphere, Ferris said But those are the stations that will be affected It s the final action leading toward the breakdown of the so-called clear channel radio stations in the country those stations established to have little or no interference when there were few radio stations in the country Now we will be able to allocate more stations and the estimate is 100 to 125 more AM stations in the country when final action is taken, he said Louisiana Sale 175 Years Ago NEW ORLEANS UPI - It was, arguably, the best buy the United States ever made Yet the entire sale was illegal from start to finish On Dec 20,1803 175 years ago today French commissioner Pierre Clement Laussat sat down at the seat of government in New Orleans, the Cabildo, and handed William C C Claiborne the keys to the city Papers were signed, a giant party broke out and the United States doubled in size It was the Louisiana Purchase, a 15 million deal that gave the United States 828,000 square miles that now make up all or part of 13 states from Louisiana to Montana But Napoleon Bonaparte, the man who sold the land to finance a war with England, had no right to sell it Napoleon, who had not yet become emperor and still was first consul of France, had promised to return the I-ouisiana Territory to Spain if France did not colonize them In addition, both French legislative chambers had to ratify any such sale but Napoleon ignored the requirement In 1802, President Thomas Jefferson was afraid of the results of French occupation of New Orleans So he authorized Robert R livingston, US minister to France, and special envoy James Monroe to spend 2 million to buy New Orleans and parts of western Florida Napoleon was unconcerned with the Louisiana Territories any more He was more interested in obtaining cash to finance his struggle with England So he proposed a bigger deal, 15 million for the entire territory When Livingston and Monroe told Jefferson about the proposal, he was unsure if he could accept it Jefferson did not feel the ConstituUon fjerinnrea Wm to accept the territory and he felt an amendment was necessary to authorize the transfer His advisers convinced him otherwise The Louisiana Purchase Treaty was signed April 30, 1803 The Senate ratified the agreement on Oct 21 and formal transfer ceremonies took plate Dec 20 at Jackson Square in the heart of New Orleans French Quarter To mark the occasion Mayor Ernest Morial and the Spanish and French consuls will participate in a ceremony at Jackson Square tonight re-enacting portions of the initial transfer Sapulpa Okla Herald, Wedaeaday, December 20, IP7S PAGI Lear Wins Uncle Jake Award United Press International HOG TIED Television producer Norman Lear got an unwanted gift Tuesday - a live piglet tied to the door of his Los Angeles home The porker was left there by Rabbi Meir Kahane, founder of the militant Jewish Defense League, and about 20 of his followers in the Conference of Jewish Activists Kahane says the pig regarded as unclean by Judaism was presented to I-ear, a Jew, as the first Uncle Jake Award in protest of I ear s financial backing of the American Civil liberties Union Kahane s group still is fuming over ACLU support of the right of Nazis to march in Skokie, 111 Pig or no pig, Lear says being singled out as an ACLU supporter is a great tribute and a great honor today's FIRST GRANDDAUGHTER President Carter is a grandfather again Daughter-inlaw Judy Carter gave birth in Atlanta to a girl Tuesday Husband Jack says they ve named the child Sarah Rosemary the middle name being a combination of the given names of her two grandmothers, first lady Rosalynn Carter and Mary Edna Langford The Carters have two other grandchildren, but Sarah is the first granddaughter Mrs Carter interrupted her husband's lunch with Secretary of State Cyrus Vance and national security adviser Zbigniew Brezezinski to break the news Asked who the baby resembles, grandfather said, Site looks like a little baby My wife says she has my nose, and I was not pleased with that BAN THE GRINCH Warning Not believing in Santa Claus may be hazardous to your health That's the word, for children under 6 years of age from Hartford, Conn , psychologist Dr Paul AndrulonJs He says parents who disabuse very young children about St Nick may be doing them some heavy damage Says he, Children from birth to six years of age need to idealize people They need to see that human beings are good, and caring and sharing Santa Claus fits the Ml because younger children idealize and associate those human concepts with him Unless the child gets that feeling, he's going to grow up not feeling all that good about himself and skeptical of man's ability to share QUOTE OF THE DAY Cleveland Mayor Dennis Kucinich, upon returning from a trip to New York where he sought financial relief for his embattled city Santa Claus isn t in New York City GLIMPSES Donna Summer has been added to the lineup for UNICEF s A Gift of Song concert - a 90 minute special to be broadcast Jan 10 by NBC-TV from the United Nations General Aseinbly with the Bee Gees, Abba, Rita Coolidge, John Denver, Andy Gibb, Elton John, Kris Kristofferson, Olivia Newton-John and Rod Stewart Rip Torn has just finished portraying former President Richard Nixon in CBS-TV s miniseries based on John Dean's Blind Ambition which will be aired next spring Billy Eckstine will join Sarah Vaughan and Tony Bennett next month in New York to tape a PBS special titled American Pop The Great Singers, for broadcast in March Soviet President Leonid Brezhnev quietly celebrated his 72nd birthday Tuesday in Moscow and received two medals - the Order of I-enin and his third Gold Star , r zto s Gordon knows that much if women s sexually stimulatiig clothes and actions are meie sheeplike imitation of ti fashion designers Women seldom understand the male erotic psychology CASE Q-609 Gordon B , aged 23, is a graduate student Dr Crane, he began, 1 am writing a thesis for my Master s Degree And it deals with the sexual coquetry that women employ, either knowingly or otherwise George W Crane Ph D , M D Frances Drake FOR THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21,1978 w So they often mistake the Stations Listed WASHINGTON UPI - Here is a list by frequency of the clear-channel radio stations that will be affected by Tuesday s FCC ruling 640 KFI, I-os Angeles 650 - WSM, Nashville 660 - WNBC, New York 670 - WMAQ, Chicago 700 - WLW, Cincinnati 720 - WGN, Chicago 750 WSB, Atlanta 760 - WJR, Detroit 770 - WABC, New York 780 - WBBM, Chicago 820 - WBAP, Fort Worth 830 - WCCO, Minneapolis 840 WHAS, Louisville 870 WWL, New Orleans 880 - WCBS, New York 890 - WLS, Chicago 1010 - KDKA, Pittsburgh 1030 - WBZ, Boston 1040 - WHO, Des Moines 1100 WWWE Cleveland 1120 - KMOX, St Louis 1180 KSL, Salt take City 1180 - WHAM, Rochester 1200 - WOAI, San Antonio 1210 - WCAU Philadelphia Crash Fatal WEATHERFORD, Okla UPI A van smashed into a pickup truck and trailer parked along U S 40 early Wednesday, killing a passenger in the van Highway Patrol troopers identified the victim as John P Washa, 31, of Weatherford A county medical eaminer pronounced Washa dead at the scene Authorities said the van s driver, Roberta A Black- bear, 21, smashed into the trailer hitched to a pickup truck The truck, with its warning flashers on, had parked for the night after losing a wheel earlier Tuesday After striking the trailer, the van spun and stopped at the pickup's side Ms Blackbear and two occupants of the trailer received minor injuries All three were treated and released from a local hospital Hospital Notes BARTLETT ME MORIAL MEDICAL CENTER Tuesday, Dec IS ADMISSIONS Dolph S Beasley Roy A Rigga Noah 141011 as Cordray Marty B Cummins J Shawn Shelton DISMISSALS Pamel I Waltrtp Rose E Merrell Sam W Grissom Linda A Thomas John W Dunn Jnn A Berry hill Kathy M house Renay M DUdine You made a recent female viewpoint, as when sex statement that the unclothed deviates stand nude at hotel female figure is not as sexually windows, thinking they will be exciting to a male burlesque irresistible to any women show audience as is the gradual observers disrobing act of the Burlesque These sex exhibitionists hold Queen the same mistaken notion that That fits into the remark of some of our modern sex the famous anthropology magazines have demonstrated professor, Dr Paul Gebhard when showing center page He has stated that con- pictures of men in the nude, eeahnent or semi-concealment Actually, those male nudes help accentuate female are more intriguing to the anatomical charms homosexual male subscribers And he also teaches that of the magazine than to women, women are not as motivated by Though women may be in- male nudity as men are by terested for novelty sake in scanty female clothing viewing such nude male Isn t that psychologically photographs, that isn t at all true, Dr Crane why men hang up pictures of SEX DIFFERENCES women j dormitory bedrooms or Army barracks Yes, Dr Gebhard is quite And the Don Juan, who is correct in thus outlining some usually not the virile of males, of the cardinal sex differences merely relishes many sexual in mental outlook of the human conquests, male vs female For the human male is When a girl romanticizes stimulated by an inherent about a desirable young man, competitive desire to make a she would prefer to see him in a woman disrobe, tuxedo or other ballroom type What thus adds the most zest of garb than a la nude for males, and reaches its For women usually link sex extreme degree in chronic with true love and the latter is rapists, is not to view the nude a far more idealistic concept female victim but to overcome among womankind her protests and cries and Thus, they also attach poetry, pleading, as they force her to flowers, gallantry and disrobe, moonlight with their romances So send for my booklet Sex What kind of day will tomorrow be To find out what the stars say, read the forecast given for your birth Sign ARIES cv s Mar 21 to Apr 19 T, Get in touch with agents, art galleries and publishers re creative work A confusing or difficult work sutiation is solved in the p m TAURUS H r- Apr 20 to May 20 Try a fresh approach to an old problem re children or loved ones and you ll obtain speedy results Go ahead with home-improvement plans GEMINI May 21 to , un 20 1U ' What seems to be an iri- soluble problem in the a m can be surmounted by the p m Make joyful plans with loved ones Share thoughts CANCER MjkA-A June 21 to July 22 V Cash in on profitable work ideas Get some fresh air and exercise as a tonic for mental cobwebs Seek novel entertainments LEO n July 23 to Aug 221 SAGITTARIUS - Nov 22 to Dec 21 c Communications with those at a distance should be uplifting Don t let worry obscure your judgement re a career matter Seek advice CAPRICORN Dec 22 to Jan 19 '0i Crc Keep money negotiations private Avoid pessimism and verify reservations and time schedules, if traveling New friends await you at a distance AQUARIUS aA Jan 20 to Feb 18 A muddled financial picture requires realistic thinking on your part By the end of the day, you ll see u light at the end of the tunnel PISCES w-cj Feb 19 to Mar 20 ' 4 Today you U get a glimpse of both the best and the worst in a partnership situation I-isten to the ideas of your boss re a work project YOU BORN TODAY are idealistic, somewhat nervous, and very imaginative Whether you choose art, politics, or business, your interest in the welfare of serious can Communicate with loved ones UCceed as a wnter- actor- VIRGO Jy dancer or artist At times ug 23 r If you feel like Scrooge this --------------- make you a good VIRGO , m umes Aug 23 to Sept 22 -A Set the best of you, If you feel like Scrooge this but thls same Qual ty could a m , your dark moods will lift maKf you a Sood as you talk things over with psy,choaaalyst or mystery others I-et logic prevail ,wrltfr Education also at----------- oca LIBRA tracts you, but your interest in Men, however, are far more Differences Between Men Sept 23 to Oct 22 AO humanity invariably draws Relieve inner tension by th P litical arena Birthdate of Kurt Waldheim, materialistic and seldom in- Women, enclosing a long dulge in the flowers poetry stamped, return envelope, plus prelude, except during court- 25 cents, ship or newspaper publicized aiw v writ to Dr cnn Hopkins Calendar events enrh m Bll s ollott, Indian 7 si enclosing a such as lona item ped addressed envelope end 151 to cover typing and printing cost tetien you sand tor ona of his booklets Valentine s Day If -bz-Ep Defendant In Hamby Slaying To Stand Trial CI-AREMORE, Okla UPI Homicide defendant David Gordon Smith was in Rogers County jail today without bond and awaiting trial for the slaying of Catoosa Police Chief J B Hamby Smith was bound over for trial on a first-degree murder charge Tuesday in Associate District Judge Edwin Car- den s court The defendant was wounded in the shootout at the Catoosa tag agency which left Hamhv and another man dead Also killed in the robbery- shooting spree was Jackie Ray Young Medical examiners ruled Young shot himself during the holdup 3knith was bound over for trial after a police officer who guarded him in a hospital while he was recuperating from his wounds testified the defendant told him he was forced to participate in the robbery The officer, Bruce Gardner, said Smith told him Young threatened to shoot him if he did not participate in the robbery He said Smith told him Young wounded him during the holdup The shootout started after Hamby interrupted the 'obbery Gardner said Smith told him the reason for the holdup was to steal a machine that makes driver s licenses Tulsa Detective Larry Johnson testified his investigation showed Young had done business with the Catoosa tag agency within 30 days of the shootout Tuesday s preliminary hearing was a continuance of one begun in October The earlier hearing was delayed when Smith s attorneys asked Johnson to identify informants who had given him information about the case SCORPIO Oct 23 to Nov 21 vr C Present money making ideas to a superior for an enthusiastic response Socialize, but don t get entangled in problems you can t solve I APPROVED BASIC COURSE APPROVED BROKERS COURSE ft, i REAl ESTATE CLOSERS COURSE f NOW FORMING 1 LIBERTY SCHOOL Of REAL ESTArE I 3o 4 I EXPRESSWAY PANELING TOUR PANELING PROfESSIONALS Urgcsl Selections t Lowest Prices Price Coupled With Service i Quality Paneling From 4 45 Vi CD Decking 7 50 V Lumber Core Ash 43 95 Hand Carved 3068 Entrance Doors 79 95 8-7 Daily, 86 Saturday, 12-5 Sun 2524 S Harvard 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