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May 24, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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(0 · r**H4iwM*AffcaiHa«TIM»,Friday, Moy 24,1974 DENNIS THE MENACE K etc horn Veterans Hospital Presents Awards In Special Ceremonies H i g h l i g h t i n g the observances! of National Hospital week the Veterans Administration fiospi- al honored its employes in special ceremonies. Don A. Dyer, chief o[ the personnel service ami Kred N r , lend ricks, hospital director, made the presentations which ncluded an outstanding rating o John R. Dockcry and super- or per fo r m a n ce a wa rd s to Edward E. Barnes, Melvin E. 3augu,s, Alex E. Lehman, Dr. Dwarka N. V. Slroud. Mishra and Audrey Q u a l i t y increase awards went Lo Alice J. Barnhart, Burdctle Sanya Agrees To Return As Thai Premier ' I'M JUST TRW 1 1 FKJGER OUT WH£RE ID 60 WHEW I GET "D ££ A ASfeKWUT.' HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL Husband Is Jealous Of All Repairmen Dear Helen My husband can't stand the idea of repairmen being alone with me in the house. \ can't leave when I need work done, because company rules s.iy someone must be on the premises when men are at work. The painter left his overalls in the basement the other day and I thought my husband would have a stroke. He's wildly jealous. Naturally it's flattering (o think he believes me so irresistible (I'm not!), but it's also a terrible nuisance. How do you handle a man who t h i n k s that every repairman who comes to the house is going to throw me to the floor? -- Completely Faithful. Dear C.F.: Tell your husband (o take his choice: either learn trust, or learn ihe repair trade. A few weekends spent, in painting atui rebuilding should dampen his jealousy. -- H. Dear Helen: My widowed sister is just 50, but she has a face t h a t is unusually wrinkled for her age. She was very nciiuLifi.il when younger, her features [ire perfect, anri 1 know that a face lift would lake at least ter years off. She might even find herself a second husband, which I t h i n k she'd like very much. She is scared of plastic surgery, and a Jittle embarrassed at the thought too. She starling to think of herself a wrinkled hag when she could be a stunning woman, It isn't a question of time -or money -- just nerve and encouragement. Cnuld you give her some of both? -- Sis Dear Sis: Plastic surgery seldom goes wrong, if the skin and the body are healthy. Of course there arc no guarantees -- all major surgery carries some risk, but - u s u a l l y a face-lift requires no more than a two-clay stay at the hospital, loss than a month of semi-seclusion while the stitches heal, and it is v i r t u a l l painless, except to the bank account. Cost? Upwards of $2,000 usually. And this is not covered by medical insurance, if the operation is for cosmetic en hancement only. However, a t r i p to Europe is nearly as ·expensive, and it lasts only two or three weeks, while a' face lift "lasts" at least five years often longer. That is, at 53, youi sister may before her Dear Helen: My husband and I have been married 11 years, and in all hat time he has never once pinched, hugged or patted me, or given me a passionate kiss. Our love life consists of five- minutes of sex relations a couple of times a month. He doesn't know how to ex- n'ess affection. When he tries, t is obviously a conscious effort vhich is worse than nothing at all. Don't misunderstand: he's vender hi I man, kind, considerate, helpful with the housework dnd children, since we both vork full time. But his lack of affection makes me feel bout as ctesirable as an old Army boot. I've tried everything. I stay slim (size 9 dress), keep myself .ip, and people .say I'm very attractive. Also keep a well- decorated, clean bouse, and the children are good kills. But,.. I'd give a million for a spontaneous, happy-go-lucky pat on the bottom from my husband. look as she dir surgery performec at age 50, but with luck and proper skin care, she may still lave a fairly 60. -- H. youthful face at BANGKOK. Thailand (AP) -R e s i g n e d Premier Sanya Thammasak said today he vs'ill return to head Thailiand's government because of "confidence given to me" by all sectors of the country. The 6 7-y ea r- old 1 a wye r and former university rector made the decision after he received overwhelming support from the National Assembly and almost all segments of the country's leadership and public. Sanya resigned Tuesday in sympathy with cabinet rnem hers who wore under public pressure to quit. Sources said Sanya will retain about half of his 2B-man cabinet, which signed with him, and will bring in about 14 younger men. Despite the possible rcmova of several rightists from the cabinet, observers specula tec there probably would be no ma jor change in relations bet\s'cei the United States and Thailant or in the current rate of U.S troop withdrawal from Thai land. Sanya's former govcrnmen had m a i n t a i n e d friendly rela lions with the United States and other western powers, hut had stressed a desire to pui' a neutral policy in foreign af fairs. Domestically, it was expectec that n a t i o n a l elections and th adoption of a new constitution would be accelerated. Thcsi had been promised by the San ya government within si: months of assuming power, hu the promise was not fulfilled. W. I lea tl. Gera !1 A. Knowl cs, Leta J. M a h a f f e y , Kmma L. Maycs, Arline J. Peeler. Eva A. Slanherry, N'orma H. Stephens, F r a n k l i n L. Tuck anc Frances M. Xeltner. Groups superior performance awards were presented to the nursing service and lo the medical a d m i n i s t r a t i o n service Ten employes were recog- nixed for suggestions which hac improved services and Leo N Nelson received a service pin for 35 years of service. Recipients of HO year pins were Virgil D. Bradshaw, David T. Klmore, W i l l i a m ,J. Fink, Gerald A. Knowles, Vance E. Mouser, LavnhL'rt O. Parrish nd James D. Todd. Receiving 25 year pins were 1 a ry I f. Arthu r, Prortice L. ~erron, Elmer E. Omohundro, corge R. Rice, Nelda W. Richer, II. C, Spradling and Chester . Young. A r t h u r L. Duel!, Daisy G. lanlx, James R. Henderson, ames A. McCuistion and Max Tale were recipients ofc. 20 ear pins. Pins recognizing 15 years of service were presented to Oscar \I. Lofton. Glenna M, Rodgers, "ictor J. Soukup, Ruby N. Stan- ield. Patsy M. Taylor, Kenneth .. Thurmun, Franklin L. Tuck, Robert R. Tucker and Oval 0. Vhiltle. Committee Approves Veterans' Benefits Boost (AP) - The Affairs Corn- has approved unani- a bill to boost educa- De ever change his - Desperate Can a man repressions? Dear DCS: T Yes. a man can change, if ic wants lo. hut he'll need lots of help not only from a therapist, but from an understanding wife who doesn't let on that she's aware he is "making a conscious effort" - and who eads the way with a lot of demonstrated love: Give him those pats and hugs and pinches Trade Surplus WASHINGTON (AP) spite a J3 per cent increase .. petroleum imports thr Unilei States had a $92.8 million government reported today. The April surplus followed trade deficit in March of $17 million, the first deficit in n i n months. .mtil he learns -- H. to reciprocate. Russians To Purchase 300 Acres In State TULSA, Okla, Orleans port (AP) -- A Now o f f i c i a l said Thursday that Russians plan to buy 300 acres of Arkansas farm land lo demonstrate tractors they are selling m the United States, Henry Jeffrey, associate di- rcctor of the New Orleans Port, said in a speech here that tractors macie in Russia sell for 15 to 20 per cent less than American counterparts. Russia is the third largest trader at New Orleans with tractors coming in anri wheat going out, he said. TACO GRANDE BUY 2 SANCHOS AT REG. PRICE- GET THE 3rd FREE-WITH THIS COUPON OPEN II A.M.--CLOSE 11 P.M. SUN., THRU THURS. 11 AM.--12 MIDNIGHT FRI., SAT. C O U P O N · FOR THE I FAMILY . . trade s u r p l u s during April, Ih The TIMES l On Top of The News Seven Days a Week Ton-year service pins wore warded R u t h B. Bllrris, Nancy ".. Coggin, Eva J. Cormvell, icorge W. Depec, Weldon C. lohnston, Phillip II. Jones, S'ora L. Lonon and T. D. White- icrn. New Trial Denied DADB: CITY. Fin. (AP) -- / Florida judge has denied a ncv .rial for a St. Petersburg Time? reporter sentenced to eigh months in jail for refusing to identify a confidential source. Lucy Ware Morgan remain? free on her own rccogni/ance pcmifin;; appeal of Ihe rulin? Thursday by Circuit Judgi Robert Williams. Irs. Morgan was sentenced on two contempt citations. WASHINGTON Senate Veterans mittee mously tional benefits for veterans by 18 per cent and extend Ihe maximum duration of schooling assistance from 36 to 45 months. T h e m e a s u r e , adopted Wednesday, also would provide a tuition payment of up to $720 a year directly to veterans so they can have more of a choice in deciding which schools to at- nd. The 18 per'cent cost-oMlving crease is more than the 13 er cent voted by the House nd the 8 per cent proposed by ic Nixon administration, but ss than the 25 per cent origi- Science Award Charles K. Dixon, a senior at Kuyelteville High School and son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dixnn, is the recipient of a scholarship from Arkansas Slate University. He w a s Ihe top award winner in the slate and a participant in the national Junior Science a n d Humanities Symposium. He plans lo major in agronomy. Fulbright Comments On Gun Control, Taxes PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) Sun. J. W. Fulbright said during a question and answer ses iion on a radio station here that he had opposed federal i control legisation each time it had been introduced. "ff the people of (he state wanted and wished to do it at the local level, that's all right.' he said. "Conditions at a place like New York City arc so rlif ferenl from here; if they neei it, I have no objection to that but I am against the federa' government imposing it." Fujbright was a.sketl aboul the state taxes he pays. He said he owned sonic land in Wash ington County and in some oth er counties and that ho hac paid personal income taxes to the state every since he was an adult. THE PIZ/A HOT DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 am. * Rib-eye Dinner This tantalizing cut of steak bears our brand proudly. This dinner includes a crisp salad with dressing of your choice, a hot baked potato and a tasty slice of Bonanza toast. Ken's Pizza Parlor I | 4M WEST DICK50N I · 1 · FOR 2 Order Three Pizzas - Pay For Only Two! · This Coupon Redeemable ot KEN'S in Faycttcvilb H Shrimp Dinner Plate 5 pieces of Jumbo Shrimp, crisp salod with dressing of your choice- a hot baked potato and o tasty slice of Bonanza Toast. The family restaurant even 8 f«ill lev couM love. 2356 N. College, Fayetteville Phone 521-3565 nally proposed in the Senate. The Senate hill would raise monthly payments for a single veteran from the current $220 to *260. from $261 to $.309 for a married veteran and from $298 to $352 for a veteran with two dependents. The rate lor each additional child would go from $18 to $21. Similar increases are provided for those covered under the war widows and orphans act. Both the administration and the House Veterans A f f a i r s Committee oppose the Increase in schooling time and the provision for direct tuition payments to veterans. They also oppose another provision in the Senate bill that would provide low-cost loam from the Veterans Administration up lo $2.001) a year, with he VA administrator to set lh« Interest rales. In addition, the measure contains a provision to extend from eight years to 10 years fter leaving service a veteran's eligibility For education oenefils. It would immediately affect some four ·million veterans who served between 1955 and 1966. whose eligibility expires June 30. The TIMES It On Top of The Newt Seven Days a Week Al Capp's o« o° Mid-America's Great Family Entertainment Buy If your family likes swimming, ice skating,live entertainment, great food, craft shops, boat rides, trains, cable cars, fishing, trained animals, thrill rides and mountain trails and wants to slay in motels, hotel apartments, chalets or camparks...you could spend your whole vacation driving from one place to another. Or...you could come to.Dogpatch USA. We've got it a!J. Plus live characters from Al Capp's comic strip. Li'l Abner, Daisy Mae and all the other zany Dogpatch folk. Dogpatch USA. Just a short drive away. Dogpatch USA and Marble Falls Resort Convention Center The Great Twin Parks in the Ozarks 8 Miles South of Harrison, Ark. on Scenic Hwy. T NOW OPEN DAILY Redfonl .Jeremiah Johnson" A SYDNEY POLLACK FILM The man who became a legend The film destined to be a classic! ROBERT REOFORD m A Sydney Pollack Fifrn "JEREMIAH JOHNSON" A Joe Wizan-Sanford Production Co-Starring WILLGEER · ALLYN ANN McLEHIE- STEFAN GltRASCH · CHARLES TYNER · And Introducing DELLEBOLTON- Music by John Rubinstein and Tim Mclniire · Screenplay by John Milius and Edward Anhaft- Produced by Joe Wizan. Directed by Sydney Pollack- Panavision-*- Technicolor* * W« CcmmunkatioTM Comply ONE WEEK ONLY! MALL TWIN CINEMA #2 MINITEK#l( F ts M Hb) STRAND ICMMU.) NOW SHOWINS THRU THURSDAY, MAY 30 (Pass List Suspended) Check Theatres for Show Times

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