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Thursday, Jmmary 16, 1975 HARLAND B. WELLS Editor and Publisher THEJOURNAL Published every Thursday by the Perkins Publishing Company, 133 S. Main -- Post Office Box I, Perkins, Oklahoma 74059, Telephone 37%3599 or .547.2411. Lee Gtmy, Managing Editor Jlme Flint, Composition Supervisor Willis, Typesetter/Circu!ation Dub Vantrls, Production N k'tmls, Secretary/Receptionist Tom Snow, Advertising Counsellor Glenn lyre, Advertising Assistant Monty Shhm, Staff~riter TODAYS S ANSWER ACROSS 36 Norse ,, 1 Peerless god 5 Newspaper- 37 Alleviating man 38 Hebrew II Streetcar acrostic in Blighty 39 Compact; 12 Deport concordat oneself 40 Experience~ The Equal Rights Amend- 13 JapaneseDOWN ment (ERA) is up for aborigine 1 Office consideration in the state 14 Bayed force House of Representatives 15 Nourished 2 Bay 8 Forswear 24 Israeli 16 Andy window "demon rum" stateswoman again. It's failed twice before Gump's 3 Goshen; (3 wds.) 25 Short- there, but was passed by the wife Shangri-la 9 Engorge legged dog State Senate the first time 17 Alexandrian (3 wds.) 10 Insect 26 Old-fogytsh through. or Caesarean 4 !'Down (2 wds.) 29 Banishment Since March 1972 the ERA 18 Old under" 16 After- 30 Of the has been kicked around the 50 Florentine bird dinner candykidneys states for ratification. For an Murtha Weila, News Editor gold coin 5 Declining 19 Pluvious 32 Coin amendment to the Constitut- ...... Jane Splllmm, Advertising/Sales 20 British 6 Churchman 20 Building 35 Polynesian ion, 38 states must ratify it. So ttamm, t-norograpner carbine 7 Your material herb ChrbBrown, Circulation far 22 states have ratified the BobMeCutehea, Production 21 Rattler's (Ger.) 23 Study group 36 Lummox amendment. I' r' m' I' r 1' '1"1 The 1,4th Amendment guar- aerie Baler, Production Gol'--I'am antees equal protection of .Bar e" I I m"l I I I I the laws"toeve "person," and this would seem to cover Entered mad paid as 2rid Clan mall in the Pes~Offlee In Perkins, Oklahoma, 74059. rod [~5 I ~ I / / I ] equal rights for women. Call In your anbaertptinn, newa or c~ ads today -- 547-2411 or 377-3599. 24Convene ' Behind the ERA is the desire 25 Swiss ['~ I I ~ I I M'7 I i to elevate women to first class JOURNAL STAFF WRITERS canton ~Ooze [ [ [/ ~ ] I I citizenship, to guarantee them the same rights as men in the Eden Chapel _ ..Dm.m MurIIn 217 Chinese I I job market and stop discrimin- Around the Farm 547-2531 AIhm Wall t# Dora's Shop Talk 547.XSSl Ittm 28 Rudder- [ Glencoe News 669-2327 M~. Stream lknmr turning M ation based on sex. The Tryon Beat 918-374-2532 Pat MeCmdmnde ee I tJj M I I seems to be tbe elimination of Bowling Scores 547-2272 Opal Balm &l Actor, t :o And this is what worries us Clayton News 918-372-4301Jmmy Sl~dlmt Alastair-- I I ~ I / I I sex identity. Lost Creek-Elm Grove 372-5367 Lursym Wmt 32 Constella_ i.,, I ~-~[ l ~ss [ J about the proposal. - .... Coyle News 377-2471 Rt~te Lo~pm tion's We re all for equal rights for Gardening with Jordan ,547-2362 ~jot~ main Mulhall-Orlando ~ ~ star l" 1 I I I I women in the job market. They i loyNows = ng h V I f I I Mr' ! i should beallowedtoholdthe river same jobs as men and earn the 3, Shot Ist I I IU I I same pay. But we realize that Use The Journal Classified Ads at even this could be carried too far in redefining the family and the husband's and wife's roles in the family. On the surface the amend- ayne ou ou Dws ment looks innocuous, but there may be far reaching cultural changes that Ameri- cans are not prepared to JANUARY 13, 1975 Harvill Charlotte Ruth Stiles-- Ware -- incompatibility handle. P-75-6J. D. of Abraham incompatibility Carl Irvin Baker vs Linda LG MARRIAGE LICENSES: Bennett James W. Ware vs Linda C. Kay Baker -- incompatibilityIn conjunction with the David Neill ~ Curioni, 20, CIVIL CASES FII~ED: ERA, NBC news presented a Stillwater; Barbara Jean Ayr- William E. Aufieger, et al vs three-hour special last Tues- es, 20, Stillwater Harry Parselid/b/a Parsell day night entitled "Of Women John Emery Forsyth, 20, Roofing Co. -- money and Men." Western Springs, 111.; Mary Judgment The fact that Barbara Walters of TODAY Sho~ Lynn Gilliam, 18, Cushing R. L. Rogers vs Mike CONFIDENTIAL REPORT -- HARVEY KORMAN, fame, and Tom Snyder, the Donald Ray Geier, 26, Manley, et-al -- money the comedy partner of CAROL BURNETT on TV, maverick newsman of TO- Garden City, Kan.; Linda Jo judgment gave pals a scare while swimming in Malibu. He wasMORROW Show fame, nar- Scully, 22, Choctaw 1st Bank & Trust of Yale vs knocked for a loop by a giant wave and had to be rated the special, put the Patrick Jay Abernathy, 23,Frank Lane & Sandra Lane- pulled out of the water. At first it appeared hc had program off on the wrong foot Stiilwater; JoAnn Jurgens, 17, money judgment suffcrcd a broken neck or other serious damage, but with us. Stillwater Jerry T. Patton, et al vs he's gone back to Work. Wearing a neck brace, it'sWe learned on the special Kenneth Charles Ratliff, 19, Charles Jeff Davis -- money true, but maybe the show's writers can find something that a California pyschologist Cushing; Patricia Ann Egli, judgment comical in that... Now here's a completely different has established a program of 18, Bethany Tomg~y T. Wittman vs version of the ~DAVID CARRADINE-BARBARA "phasing out a marriage." Kenneth Glenn Clair, 22,Bobby/E. Ryder --- refund on SEAGULL-SEASON HURLEY trianglestory. Roaring Springs, Pennsylvan- secur~y deposit Under the shrink's guidance, According to this one, it was Barbara who walked out the couple-sits down and ia;Gwenette Ann King. 20. DIV~CESFILED: on David. and at that point he discovered Season. Such calmly discusses why they Stillwater P~ricia Sue Millington vs a happy discovery - for David, at least. Generously he should break up. This is the Lorenzo Turner, 21, Stillwa- Philip Allen MillinKton -- proposed they all settle down in an amicable menage new "we can still be buddies" ter; Toni Eileen Adams, 20, incompatibility for three. But Barbara wanted no part of such an approach tolifeinAmerica. Stiilwater Raymond Adrien Lambert arrangement, so she's still outside. And, baby, it's cold With the tv camera rolling, Boyd Dale Alidredge, 19, vs Karen Edwards Lambert --~- out there... Just a couple of weeks before NBC the couple on the special put St-iliwater; Jacquelin Lee incompatibility " announced the midseason cancellation of "lronside," up their intellectual facades Saunders, 18. Stiliwater Bradley Jackson Gaddi/s/vs RAYMOND BURR was hospitalized for treatment of and went Calmly at each Michael Wayne Filson. 23, Bette Templeton Gadding -- ulcers. But it isn't the blackout of his program that other's throats like two chess Wynnewood; C~'nthia Dianne incompatibility made the ulcers act up; Burr has long wished more Jardot, 21, Stillwater Ruth A qn Reimer vs Olin independence as an actor and the breakoff was bj" masters registering counter moves. Robert EugeneCauthon, 25, Lee Reim~r--incompatibility mutual consent. Says Burr: 'Tm planning to spend The put-on reminded us of Stillwater; Bertha Lou Bing- Emma Roseanne Grant vs more time on my South Pacific island. I hope to/Shoot the series about the "All - ham, 22, Stillwater Leroy FrancisGrant -- a two-part movie for television there. I'll be IYlaying a American Family," the Loud- Melvin John Davis, 21, incompatibility detective - but no wheelchair, thank you, this as, wbo promptly bickered Cushing; Sandra Ellen Good- Joe Michael Caldwellvs time." ... MARCIA WALLACE, who plays the their way into divorce while win, 18, Cushing Nancy Lee Caldwell -- secretary on the BOB NEWHART show, is such an ~ the nationaltvviewers became George Martin Gottschalk incompatibility attractive girl you wouldn't guess she used to weigh a third thumb in the middle of III, 19, Stillwater; Deborah Dawna Jo Bennett vs 250 pounds... VIKKI LAWRENCE will star in a new their daily lives. Lynn Jackson, 20, Stillwater Randall Bennett -- gross TV thing, "Mr. and Ms.," which makes some people In the special, the couple PROBATES FILED: neglect of duty suspect Carol Burnett is about ready to give up after 'iphasing.out their marriage" P-75-3 Will of Emmt A. Vernon Lawrence Hall vs the current series of shows. Vikki's been her sidekick, was assmme. Chandler Cheryl Sue Hall -- incompati-and Carol is getting tired after eight years on the air, "I've got to be free to build P-75.4Adm. ofH. D. Carter bility though CBS is willing to continue as long as she my Other life," whined the P-75.5 J. D. \of Eural H. Howard Leon Stiles vs wishes, unfulfilled husband. What ~'_X_'~"..'q.:.-'.','.". "" .~ ~g~*~`~.~...~..~.~..~.~;.e..;.~;~;~;~.~.~.~;~;~`~.~;...~.~.~.~.~. ""'"'.""":"".'-".'.'.'.'-'.'.'.'.'.'.'- ............... ...... ........... ............... ......... IkAmerican Viewpoints ever happened to "building .... Published In The Journal January 16, 1975, One (1) Time, OUR life," we wondered as we BOARD OF eDUCATION PMIELIMINA~I~f eSTIMATe OF NI[(DS watched this ~man justify AND CALL POe. AN. ANNt~AIt. eLECTION leaving a wife of 10 years and The E,t/m~tt~ amount or ,mounts of money and the tax rate or rates I~hevt~fl to b~' requictwl for the SupPort and ms/ntenance of the schools ,n twO or three children ....... .~..~.T.g..~!gO:=~,.~.,..~... ............................ so,oat D,~,r,ct No, ..~6 ............................ t ......... ['.a~ng..~grff.y ....................................................... Then the viewing audience co~,~,o~a.o~..,o,t,,..n,~.~.,~.,.., was treated to a Stanford THR ISTIMA*fKD Nl~ao$ eaOM THe OKNEaAL FUND TO MAINTAIN A I.SOAk TI[aM OF SCHOOl. FOe THE I[NSUINO SCNOOL YeAR University psychologist's test \ $ ......... ~ ........ om s...-,0 ......... ,.S.r~, ............ '\ ......................... $ ....#.~.888. ..... to determine if we're mascu- 0200 ~4~it' -- InstitUtional ~ervlce~ .......... ~ ......................... 0300 Ser~e~- AtIe~nceSe ......................................... ~ ~ line or feminine, according to 0dOO.~4r.~ - Health ~v,ce$ ............. : ............. . . $ ............ "~ ....... osoo s~ .... Po~, r,~,oo ....... S~ ........ ................. -~ ........... ~ ........ 7 ; ...... present society's standards. Dead s~,,,,-~ ..... ..o,~ ............................................ :!i!iii!!i~i:~.!~!!!!!i Tom Synder took the test, 0700 ~*tq~ -- M~;ntenance of Plant ..... ............................... o~os's~. .... _ ~F''OS.,~,*.C"~" ........................ ....................................... , ......... ~17~:~: ..... hid the answers from Barbara m0 S~,,,-S,~ao~,~o~A0,,,~, ...................... ii:ii:, ii .':: ~::.Z"~X~7" : Waiters in a cOy,. little boy / ,~0 s~ .... c ...... ,~ s,,~,~,~ ............ ......................... s ............ ~.~ ..... way, and then' proudly , c~,,,, ~,~. ....................................... s.21Q,.0f10..., proclaimed that he had scored "'~---~..~o, o,oo,~.oo~.oo s~,.~ : Our constitution is in ac- z c.~,,, 0~,,..~o s~.,~ ..................................... ~. ~.0.0.00 .... the right amount of points on ..... a. ~,~,,~ ,o, i.,,,., .................... ...................................... tual operation. Eve~rything -'~,~ E ...... e ~..~$ ~,o~ .... , ~ ................................. s T~,~O~ :appears to promise that it the test to be classified as a ..... ~s.~.o,.~.~ will last; but in this world "full-personality" person. TNI[ I[$'rIMATKD ~4~OM[ FOa ?HI OENERAI. I~UNO FROM SOURCES DTHI[R THAN DISTRICT AD YALOREM TAXI~$ nothin~ is certain but death This means that his scores Protutblo 13~lant on ~lnfJ, if atw. ot the clo~e of oeelent fisc31 year ................. $.. , ....... , :', ..... .a, ..... ,ro=C ..... , .... ,..~, ........... ,, ......................... $ i~..8~8: .... and taxes, for the men's and women's '~ ~,~,.a ..... ,,o.~ s,.~. A,a .............................. sl:9~,.(~01 ..... 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RCHAS,Na.O* ,TORS " identity and security. Yet -~ROR v.~I.aNsu''E.~,i~ V~AR.O~.~ bo,,~,~.V['"' ............ TO et P.OV,~[D SOn e.OU T.e SCHOOU O, ST*,CT eU,~p,NO FUND. $. 2~*0~ ..... Snyder and Ms. Waiters spent z ..mo~.,,..or..~.,.,.~,~oo,~o,...~* ................... sC~:~;ill7 three hours on national tv ~. Ft~rnitute" . .................................. 4. Recreated for I~t*re|t ................................. $ ........................ ~/ ~. TO|mI.Uf'1~,~fl~tO~q[ff3/M'tc~[Jfrof~|Pt. br R,,~'U~ ...................... S.....Z09.~0, telling us to give up our ~s.m o, ,,.~,, 2. ~ ~ identies and become a neuter rl4a I~'r|MATI[ |HCOMI[ AHD SOURCRS FOR '1*Ha SCHOOL DISTRICT e~,~lI.OIN4~ FUND ~. PraiSe t~ta~e~ on hanD, ~l n.y. dt DOS* of O*~em ~,scat year .................. $ ..................... SOCiety. 7. Est~maltm Inco~ from ot~ to~rce$ ......................... $ ....................... S " TO''~'~'~'"~'''O~''~O'~" '~O~ .............................. S .............. 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Savings Bonds '/'I had already madeup my - Z _ ~ ~" ' ~* ..... ,.o~.,.~,,o.~~,a o,.,,,~o., mi~dl' declared the wife of mnwe~ ,~ t.~,.A...&,.m.,..,~ ...... ~...7....p.m,. ................... The 8o.r101 Eauc.lio,, for..~T~l.OSt...,~_~..S*~o' Now E Bonds pay 5': , interest when held to meturity of S veers, 10 months t4~ the her choice to be a,police &tt4~t; -- - ~ . . .J District MO.....~.~ ............ Ot.....A1;d~gll~....~t~ ..................... ~klahoma first year) Bond~ are replaced if lost, stolen, ~.h~f~g~ti~f~ttest~5~ldl~t*xe~ted~v0nth~v~ftheP`~ti~tr~|in~t~C~erk~ft~f EO~t,O~pvto~fit~,t"the /--- cashed at your bank, Interest isnot Imbject th~'~)rd OUR in a marriage? X~ty ~k~p~nt~m@s~t of f~hOOIs). / .. " ,) ~ , / * . to state or local income taxes, arm federal That .... tlCvtt~tt~abo~6ticeT~.~.*t.~L~Lbv; .... ,ee*t~~ ...... / , f tax mey be deferred until redemption, wdal~ain asked.) / " Do you see me morelas an ;~ .... ""'~f'wJ~ff'~:~"6~';~';;~' ........................... ~f~Y. ~.:~:~'i'ii~:.i;ii'~"~!~!=ii:!':~ i!".'i~ INDIVIDUAL than as someone ng By O Fred Harris ;ident"! In ]976 .I Thinks to Walt Dlaney Studios for the uas of the original and modem Tertians of Miekey Mouse... Journal who just mops the floor?" asked the wife of her husband. In his placating tone, he muttered, "I don't enjoy doing the housework, either." ff we had been asked the wife's question, we would have been tempted to reply, "No, I see you as a short, squatty blonde with big biceps, who carries a gun." The special droned on with a Dr. Levitt, a follower in the Kinsey tradition, who promis- ed the tv audience some "exclusive" comments on research he had done about promiscuity. Attired in a hip jean's jacket with a bandana lined collar, Levitt rubbed his hands thoughtfully, cast his eyes to the ceiling, and then dropped his eyes to peer like a raccoon through his black, horn-rim- med glasses. His receding hairline, his apparent attempt to grow a mustache, and his mad attire only made him look as ridiculous as he sounded. He made inane comments about supposedly "exclusive" findings thatwereas tired and old as he was. As if the program hadn't reached a low enough point, it then digressed into total absurdity with Erica, the 25 - year - old spinster who referred to sexual encounters as "sporting." We're not prudent, but we do question putting sex on the same level with arm wrestling. The tv questioner asked Erica about her sexual activity and then asked: "What difference is there between you and what might be called tramp? .... Probably nothing," was Erica's first, off-handed answer to the question, and we were inclined to agree with her. / The the special wandered off in a new direction by bringing in a young black couple. The young man's most important contribution to the discussion was his one word epithet, "Die-no-mite[" This of course is a mimic of Junior on tv's "Good Times" program. The vicious female then bantered around the word "emasculate" and the whole conversation became dribble. We know there are many intelligent and articulate young blacks that would have been more representative of their race if interviewed. We wonder if NBC chose this couple in order to set civil rights back 100 years. We were also treated to girls boxing, playing football, and hockey on the special, which ended with woman libber Betty Freiden expousing on the Equal Rights Amendment being "the first phase of the REVOLUTION." Women's Lib would do better to use Glory Steinen as its spokesman, because we found we couldn't fully appreciate Ms. Freiden's comments while having to look at her. She can best be described as a woman who must have been built on a Detroit assembly line. A drawn and prune-like face, a nose that looks like it was put on with a putty knife, hair olastered in place with dippity-do and brows obviously put brown crayola, woman's physical tics. As Barbara mad it up, "Women offensive, sounds That was the first viewer agreed with all long. It's awfully early in to name the worst tv of the year, but unlikely that we'll be ed to a more raucous So, without further me to award NBC program director The Journal's Program of 1975" -- LG --- Our favorite quote week follows this comes from a book,~, "Never Give Inl Hallmark published years ago. When Winston was wearing a young man, he young lady of political opinions to "Mr. Churchill," "I care for neither' nor your moustache." Churchill replied, distress yourself. You likely to come in either." -- LG -- And on a final who's running for (Again?) Former U.S. Harris, D-Oklahoma; announcement this New Hampshire. Good luck Fred, it. Winter is here... BUT SPRING IS BUSTING OUT Do Your Sew;he Now . . . S~ t= yo~ua.., tl~ m~/, tm~.mb, .~ *e a umrt now wmtrolml II ISS Minnesota Jeans -- l