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14 Northwest Arkansat TIMES, Tver, May 7, 1974 K, AMKAHSA* HELEN HELP US Chasing Police Cars Probably Not Normal By HELEN AND SUE BOTTKL By HELEN AMt) SUE BOTTEL Dear Rap: 1 have* this f r i e n d who has a fetish for policemen. She never leaves her house without a police radio. She sits on her porch to all hours of the n i g h t , on the lookout. Since she got Tier driver's license, she's out on the streets chasing patrol cars. Is this normal for a 17-year- old girl? What's with her? C.N. Dear C.: It could he this is a yen--for one particular policeman. But she won't gel anything but trouble by chasing his patrol car. She who makes herself - nuisance hardly ever wins her man.---Helen Dear C.N T .: M a y b e this isn't a fetish, hut an ambition. If your friend wants a career in lavs' enforcement, however, she should leave off chasing pa trol cars and aim toward a Police Science major college-.--Sue Rap: "Fran" wonders if men grov beards to h i d e behind. I S.T they grow beards For the ob vious reasons: they're l e s s trouble, and an easy way ou of "manicuring" the head evcr.s day, via a razor.-- One Fo Beards Rap: I'm not "hiding" behind .n beard and long h a i r . M, "hairy" reasons are: 1, It's a real pain in the glas to shave (or cut) when yoi don't have to. Growing a bearr sure beats daily razor burn. lISUIiniillMIEKIIIIIlJllllllLiritllUllLia 2. As for long hair: it could c men realize they arc des- ned to be b;ild late in life, cnce w a n t to hang on to the air as "long" as they can. 3. Why should wo look like very one else? If woman car liberated in her l i f e - s t y l e o can man. We're just Idling u r hair down, l i k e the females ). 4. Beards and long h a i r for lien are w a y s of breaking f useless t r a d i t i o n s . Someone asked me how Ion? was g o i n g to grow my beard My answer: "Probably until : rip over it!"--Bu'hy )ear Helen And Sue: 1 atn IS and pregnant. T livet vith Don (age 22) for t h r s-eeks, and then he Lold me he v a s n ' L ready lo settle down yet There wfis never a promise- o marriage. Should I tell him about ih. EI by, or would this 1) pushing" him toward a do cision tie doesn't want? 1 hav a good job, fantastic parent who understand, and I'm ah! io care for my child. I love Don and would wa for him, but when he's throng dinging around, he may fin some-one lie likes better.--T Keep A Secret? Dear TKS: Jl takes two lo make a baby so both should know of its exi lence. Since you had a "r strings" arrangement, let h i i know, when you tell him, it isn 1 a "marriage Irap." Let's hope he decides fo settling down!---Sue Dear Secret: ...But if Don prefers dingin around, he should at lea*) assume some of the f i n a n c i a responsibility. I think yo should tell him about his im pending fatherhood!--Helen «. 71 MOITM * I NOW SHOWING Open 7:45 I FOU-IBKTH FUTURE HIM Chuck Berry Little Richard Fats Domino Chubby Checker Bo Diddley 5 Satins Trie Shirelles The Coasters Danny and the Juniors - - Special Guest Star _ | Bill Haiey ? hn g Cometsl Let The -- PLUS -GARY GRIMES Class o LATE BONUS "THE FIRST TIME" Sun. Mai 2 p.m. ROKKTmrORD 'in' THE STING WINNER OF SEVEN ACADEMY AWARDS Including Best Picture Funnicsl Western since "Cat Balloii" ^ Mel Brooks SADDLES , G) 1 Fet. 7:15 -9:25 Sun. Mai. 2 p.m. GeoeHockmon "The Cofwersdbon" Open C:! 1,71* 4 MUM WU* FK. Sun.-Thurs. 7:4S Fri.-Sat. 7:DO-9:M «wi. Mat. 2 p-rn. (PC) GflT/SV (PG) Got a Problem? Or a suhjci discussinn, two-gcncralin vie? Direct your questions t ther Sue or Helen Botlel--o lli. if you w a n t a combiriuUo other-daughter answer--i re of the TIMES.) Deadly Keepsake R U D D I N G T O N . Kng AP) -- A police bomb squa cw lip n live World War md grenade that Eric Gray (her had kept for 5C yea ith other ammunition fro war. G r a y gave the gr ado to the police after his F Lor died recently. "No one in the family ren .ed that it coulil have gone o any moment." a poli iokesman said." Open 7:30 p.m. Show Time 8:10 p.m. "CINDERELLA LIBERTY" -- PLUS -"LAUGHING POLICEMAN" enate Faces )evisive Issues WASHINGTON ( A P ) - M i l i y aid to South V i e t n a m , post- fri voter registration and con- ·rsion to the metric system measurements arc among e issues f a c i n g Congress this eek. 1 lie Senate eoiiF.irtcrs addi- jr.al aid to South V i e t n a m oncJiiy in connection with a 71.3 "million ,sup[)letncntal dense a u t h o r i / a t i o n bill for the m a i n i n g two months of this seal year, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, Dass., is pressing an a m e n d cut to prohibit a fund t r a n s f e r ·ill would make $25fi million ·ailable for arlditionnl rc- ipply of ammunition and pe- oleum to Ihc Soulh Viet- imese m i l i t a r y . Kennedy said liisi a m e n d m e n t ould r e a f f i r m the decision of engross to limit m i l i t a r y aid j South Vietnam this year to the massive sum of $1.126 bil- on" and let the Pentagon now Congress is tired of t h e ·mettec of shipping guns a n d mmunilion and paying for icm later. The Senate resumes debate 'ucsday on legislation lo allow mploycs of non-profit hospitals ! engage in collective bar- .aining u n d e r the National -abor Relations Act. Legislation to give the Presi- lent standby aulhnriliy to ration uels and control energy con- umpLion in event of severe hortagcs comes before the Senate Wednesday. The bill re- daces the emergency energy -ill on which the Senate f a i l e d o override President Nixon's 'eto on March fi. Scheduled for House action in mid-week are bills to authorize (ostcard voter registration and 'otunlary conversion of U.S. in lustry to the metric system- Registration to vote in all fed- ral elections--pre.sidential anci congressional--would le permitted by m a i l , in addition to n person, u n d e r the postcard nil opposed by the Nixon ad- linistration. The metric system bill would establish a 2t-member National Metric Conversion Board to es- :ablish guidelines for a 10-year conversion of inches to millimeters, ounces io grams and gallons to liters. Unleaded Gasoline WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Environmental Protection Agency has proposed regu- alions requiring medium-sized rural gasoline stations sell un- :carlecl gasoline. The regulations were aimed at making sure that unleaded gasoline is widely available For f o r t h c o m i n g auto models, whose anti-pollution systems would be ruined by lead additives. Proposed earlier and now adopted was a requirement that n i l snrvico stations selling 200.- DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketchom ITM'" 111 niil Today In. History 'Boy I'LL BE euo WHEN am is WER so w OONTHAVE TO LISTEN TO WTSHE LEAKED EVEtfV DAV'' FTC Official Proposes Union Curbs PALM SPRINGS. Calif. CAP) -- A member of the Federal Trade Commission proposer. Monday that labor unions be .subjected to antitrust restraints to curl) inflation and protect the b u y i n g power or non-union workers. As things stand now, saic Commissioner SUayo J. Thompson, "Union members' wages are, in effect, subsidized out of the paychecks of the country's non-union employes." Tie made the remarks if speech prepared For delivery lo the National Fluid Power Asso ciatioti. Thompson said studies have shown that members of some o! Hie more powerful unions earn 20 per cent more than the.\ would without unions, with the difference "simply 'passed on to the consuming public." "And since non-union workers are less a f f l u e n t , on the aver age, than union members, 1 Follows Hull every wage in crease won by one of our mon powerful labor unions has tin effect of redistributing income: rcgresstvely -- away from t h i relatively poor and toward thi relatively affluent." Current antitrust laws, whicl are enforced by the Fettcra Trade Commission as well a an service stations selling iuu,- 00!) gallons of gasoline or more per year must offer unloaded piLsnline in al, leasl one pump, starting this July 1. ARKANSAS INSTRUMENT TV RADIO SERVICE Tree pickup Delivery "Color Specialists" 4-I3-5552 or 12-0356 Stern equipment at IS.30% off. Call for free ealaloi. Judge Rules On Possession Of Marijuana LITTLE ROCK ( A P ) -- tidge Jack Holt Jr. convicted \vo men of possession of man- uana Monday in Litlle Hock Municipal Court, and ruled t h a t icsscssion of less than one )unce of the substance still is a ime. He sentenced Richard Enr- on, 17, and David Overton, 20, ioth of Little Hock, to six months in jail and fined them :ach $235.25. Public Defender Jewel] Brown, who represented he men, said he would appeal the conviction. Two other judges -- one in itlle Rock and one in West Memphis -- recently ruled that possession of less than one ounce of marijuana does not constitute a crime. They based their decisions on ,he fact that the 1973 legislature removed the penalty for possession of marijuana while amending a state dru" law. However, some lawmakers have said the action was ,-icci- dental and that possession still should be a crime. Deputy Pros. Atty. Don Curdie said that since the decisioi by the two judges, many young people thought they would not be arrested for smoking marijuana. by the Department ol Justice exempt labor unions. Today is Tuesday, May 7, the 127th day of 1974. There are 235 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1945, at the end of World War II in Europe the Germans signed unconditional surrender terms ai Gen. Dwight Eisenhower's temporary headquarters at Reims. France. On this date -In 1739, the first president!;, i n a u g u r a l ball was held in New York in honor of President anc Mrs. George Washington, In 1833, Ihe German corn poser, Johannes Brahms, wa: born. In 1915, Iho British liner Lusi tania was torpedoed and sun: by a German submarine of Ireland . More than 1 , 1 00 per sons lost their lives. In 1939, the military and po litical alliance known as th Rome-Berlin Axis was ai nouneed by Germany and Hal In 19-13, Allied forces in Worj War II won a major victory i North Africa as Tunis and B. xorte were liberated. In 1560, it was announced b Moscow that an American pilo shot down over the Soviet Ui ion, Francis Gary Powers, Veterans Benefits WASHINGTON (AP) -- The cnate has passed and sent to ic House a bill increasing ben- fit payments to disabled veter- ns and their survivors. Sen. Vance Hartke, D-lnd., h a i r m a n of the Senate Vctcr- ns A f f a i r s Committee, placed he first-year cost at ?5fil5.9 mil- .on. Veterans with a disability ating of 50 per ccnt or lu . ss vould receive a 15 per cent in- -rease in benefits and those vith a higher disability rating an increase of 18 per cent. would be put on trial as a spy. Ten years ago: U.S. officials said they would welcome | josals for fundamental changes n the Atlantic Pact, but the\ warned against what t!rc_ 'with tlie al called "tinkering 1 .iance. Five years ago: The new liner Queen Elizabeth 11 sailei into New York Harbor for the first time and received a big welcome. One year ago: Guerrillas in Mexico freed an American con sul general, Ter ranee Leon h a r d y , four days after his kid naping. Today's birthdays: Poet Ar chibald MacLeish is 82 year old. Actress Anne Baxter is 51. Thought for today: I don' know whether war is an inter lude during peace, or if peac is an interlude during war -Georges Clemenceau, Frenc statesman. 1841-1929. Fulbright Speaks On Watergate Tapes FORT SMITH (AP)-Sen. J. '. Fulhrigtit said here Monday hat he hail nol read the cdiled Vatergate (ape transcripU made public liist week, bul he aid commentaries on them tell 'a very revealing story." lie said the tapes could 'cause all of us to take more ;criously than we ever have In he pasl'our political system." Fulbrighl characterized the Watergate incident as a bursting boll, resulting in "all of he accumulated poisons in our political system coming out." The senator said the incident ias revealed how dangerous it s to accept the office of the presidency as a demigod--apart rom the government as a whole. "We shouldn't continue to surround him (the President) with all of this cocoon ot impcr ; ial grandeur, which we have," he said. Watergate could prove to be healthy, by making the nation stronger and wiser, he added. Fnlbright told newsmen that he was gaining ground against early polls showing him trailing Gov. Dale Bumpers for tha Democratic nomination for the U.S. Senate. He said those polls were made when there had been no serious thought about the real issues of the campaign. Weatherf ord Quartet appearing with the RIDGEVIEW QUARTET in concert Tuesday, May 7 7:30 p.m. RIDGEVIEW BAPTIST CHURCH Hwy 16 East DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to chance without notice MOVING! EXCITING! UMMW.HMWHm.VKTMIZAT, CONTINUOUS FROM DARK 3 SHOWS NITELY - KTEW, Tulso, Channel 2 (Channel t M »bl in FayrtttvllK) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulso, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburgh, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulso, Channel 8 iCkannrl 4 on ubk in FayeHevilK) KOED-TV(ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, Joplm, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 (Channel 9 en cabk in Fy««»IW) .FLY FIRST CLASS^ ?" NAUGHTY COLOR by MOVIELAB fer^s^^Q - CO-HIT _ STARTS WED. WOMEHlSAtP |IK EASTMAN COLOR CABLE TELEVISION NBC-CBS-ABC etv 9 CH, TV Time -- Weather -- Music 9 Channels -- FM Radio, All on "The Cable" WARNER CABLE of Faye'tevill» Phone 521-7730 MOVIES ON TV Tuesday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 5-8-12 "The Story of Pretty Boy Floyd" (1974) Martin Sheen, Kim Darby 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Maracaibo" (1958) Jean Wallace, Abbe Lane, Francis Lederer Wednesday Night 7:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 -- "Lucas Tanner" (1974) David Hartman, Kathleen Quinian 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 - "Killdozer" (1974) Clint Walker, Carl Betz, James Wainwright 8:30 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 -- "In Tandem" (1974) Claude Akins, Frank Converse, Richard Angarola 10:30 p.m. Ch. 0-16 -- "Machine Gun McCain" (1969) Gena Rowlands, Britt Ekland AUTO INSURANCE · $r,o,000 l.idbilily · $2,000 Medical · Uninsured Motorist · 5 Year Renewable ftuarantee Safe $4 /* £*f* Quarter Drivers XOiOVf Premium McCARTNEY-FAUCETTE Phont U2-233S 2140 N. COLLECI GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to HTchery Creek Rec. Area and dine at THE BARN 21 East »H Hwy. 71 Steaks and shrimp, homemade cinnamon rolls, relishes, and salads. Family style frsh fry Friday. Bar BQ Ribs Saturday. Open 5-10 p.m. Sat. and Sun. 12 noon-10 p,m. Closed Men. and Tues. Come s*e us al beautiful Beaver Lake. TUESDAY EVENING-* 5:00 Truth or Consequences To Tell The Trufh World Report Andy G r i f f i t h News Mister Rogers * 5:30 News 2. 3, 5 7, 6. Twilight Zone Electric Co. .. , Truth or Consequences * 6:00 Bicentennial Lcclure Series NCWB 2, 3 5. 6. 1. 8. 12, * 6:3(1 Wild Kingdom - . . Let's Make A Deal Koran's Heroes Ozzie's Girls .. a. Dragnet Dusty's Trail To Tell The Truth -*· 7:00 Happy Days Maude Baseball Hank Thompson Adam-I2 2 Bill Moycr's Journal * 7:30 - Ranacek 2 Hawaii Fivc-O Should the Lady Take a ChRn Movie 5 * 8:00 -- Biack J o u r n a l , * 8:39 To Be Announced *· 3:09 Police Slory 2, . 8 12 . 2 15 .. 6 . 16 .. 8 3. 7 . 11 3. 7 ... 6 !C? 11 8, 13 .. 11 1974 COLOR TV NOW~AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 833 N. College 412-8575 . . 16 3 7 BUY YOUR CARPET DIRECT FROM THE LOCAL PEOPLE THAT MAKE IT. WHERE YOU GET THE BEST AND SAVE THE MOST. Lawrence Carpet Mills, Inc. HIGHWAY 68 WEST 751-79«1 SPRINGOAI.E, ARK. THane 'Sleeper" THE HUT DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. HOT PIZZA, m Marcus Welby 5. S. 12 Candui Campus II * !):30 Today's Yoga 11 * 10:00 ,vs 2. 3, 5. 6. 7, 8. 12. 18 * 10:30 Johnny Carson 2 3. 5, 7 One Deadly Ownpr 8, i- Jlovle 6. 16 12:00 -News 8 Tomorrow 2, 3, 5 7 1:01) -Oklahoma Forum 2 WKDXESDAY M O R N I N G -* 6:25 - Momenta of MeditalEon S * 6:30 SMS Forum 3 Garner Ted Armstrong S Inspiration 2 6:!0 News 2 * 6 : ! 5 News 12 6:50 -tight of Lif= « Today in Agriculture 7 .'. 6:55 Harvest Time Tabernacle Project : * 7:0* Timmy and Lassie 12 News 6. 16 Today I. 3. 5 7 Country Music Tim* . - 8 * 7:3« Cartoons 12 * *:l«J -Captain Kangaroo e, IS Sesame Street . 12 Cartoon Circus 8 * 8:25 Oklahoma: Wednesday ' * 9:00 Sesame Street t 0 All 6 Jokers Wild 16 It's Your Bet 12 Tattletales 6. 16 Movie 8 ^ih Shore 2. 6. 7 9:30 Gambit 6. 16 Jeopardy 2. 5 7 Love. American Style 12 * 10:00 Wizard of Odds 2. 3. 5, 7 Now You See It 6. 16 Al] My Children 12 + 10:30 Hollywood Squar«j .... 2, 3, 5. 7 Brady Bunch 8, 12 Love of Life «. 1* * 10:55 -Coffee Break .·. News * 11:M Jackpot 1 S. 7 Mike Douglas 2 The Young and Restless 6, 16 Pas«word S, 12 + 11:30 -Celebrity Sweepstakes S, 5. 7 Search for Tomorrow ........ 6. 19 Split Second ............ 8. 12 11:55 -News .................. 3. 5. 7 WEDNESDAY AFTERXOON- * 1Z:00 All My Children ............... · E'hil Donahoe ...... ....... 3 Newt ........ 2. 6. T, 12, 16 Tabletalk ........................ i 2, X S. Leave it to Carol .............. 16 12:30 -Three on a Match ........ 2 3, S Let's Make A Deael ...... 5 8, 12 As The World Turnj ........ », I* * 12:3. Melody Matinee ................. 7 + 1:0? - Ncwlywed Game ............ 8 12 Guilding Light ............ 6. 16 Days ol Our Live* ...... 2. ?, S. I * l:3f Girl In My Life ............ 8. 12 Edge of Night ............ 8. 16 Doctor* ......... I. S, i. J * l:» Price if Right .............. «. 18 Another World ........ 2, 3. S, 7 General Hospital ............ 8, 12 * 2:30 How To Survive A Marriage .............. r 3 5. 7 One Life To Live ............ 8, 12 Match Game ................ «. 16 Car'oonj ........................ 8 Today's Yoga .......... . ....... 11 To Tell Thu Truth . . Somerst-t * 'i:'»\ ABC Af'.emoon Special ........ Uncle Zeb ..................... Carrascolenrias ................ Joker's Wild .................... Dick Van Dyke ................ Throe on n Match .............. Petticoat Junction .............. All My Children ................ Dinah Short ................. * l:«0 ABC Afternoon Special ... ..... A n d y G r i f f i t h . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fugitive ........... . ......... Jeopardy . . ..................... Star Trek ...................... I Dream of Jeannl« .... ........ Sesame Street .................. Bonanza ...................... Merv Griffin .................... * 4:3» Lucy Show ...................... Beverly Hillbillies .............. rtnnanza .................... Green Acre* ....... . ......... -* 5:00 World Report .................. Andy Griffith .................. Truth or Consequences ........ Mister Rogers ........... To T*ll The Truth .......... News ........................ 5. News 2. 3. 5. 8. 7. 8, 12, 1« 12 Inside Oklahoma E d u c a t i o n .. U ,f * 6:30 - c i Wait Till Your Father Ufit* Home 7 Dragnet 5,8 Hogans Heroes 16 Hollywood Squares 3, 12 French Chpf u To Tell The Truth 2 * 7:00 Movie 2, S 5 7 Washington Connection 'll Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour 6 W The Cowboys s, 12 7:3» Movie g 12 Theater In America ... II * 8:00 Cannon Nows Twilight Zan Electric Co Truth or Consequence! .. 2, 3. S, S, 7. 12 * S:W) Doc Elliot Kojak .... Today's Yosa * IU:00 News * 10:10 - , . 2. 3, S. 6. 7. 8. 12 6 16 .... 11 . 12. If Salute To Redd Foxx .Movie ,,"."" Johnny Carson .,,. 2. * 12:00 Tomorrow 2, . 8. 11 t. 1« 3. 5 T 3, 5. 1 ^ I , VII Tulsa Youth Forum t

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