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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 18, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Whaf Young People Think TV Movies Top Talk in Popularity Tools That Create A compass is a tool just right for making circles. It is useful for making pictures and designs. A compass has two arms, one pointed and the other for holding a pencil. To use a compass, put the sharp arm onto the paper. This point will be the center of the circle you jivill draw. Then spread the other arm out and gently touch the pencil to the paper. Now slowly swing the pencil arm around, always keeping the sharp arm in place in the tenter. When you have gone completely around once, you have drawn a circle. To make small circles move the pencil arm of the compass close to the Sharp arm. Large circles are made by (moving the pencil arm away from the Teens on Wheels By Michael Lamm Dear Mike: Would you please be kind enough to recommend an oil ad- ditive for my 1973 Comet V8? I'll take your word for it. Eager To Add Dear pager: I recommend that you use no additive at all. Good pre- mium-grade oil is all any new or newish car needs. (And most older cafe can do nicely without additives, Dear Mike: Car: 1973 Pontiac Grand Ville. Problem: loud clanging noise underneath, like someonei hit- ting the rear axle with a ham- mer. The jgarage says it's the exhaust system expanding and contracting with heat. Impos- sible. Too loud. Your opinion? Worried Dear Worried: I've heard exhaust sys- tems click with heat but .never clang. Check for loose mufflers, shocks, con- trol or sway bars, ,etc. A good front-end shop usually makes the best detective in cases like yours. (Write to Mike Lamm at Room 601, 50 Rockefeller plaza, New York, N.Y. 10020) Copyfisht 197J sharp bne. Try making cir- cles inside of other circles. Then make many circles crossing each other. Some- times it is interesting to leave unfinished circles. Coloring some of the circles makes a very interesting de- sign. Here is one already done. Try some of your own. They are really fun. ara A paper punch is another creative instrument. The small circles of paper it makes are ideal for mosaic. But the large paper into which the holes are punched can be used also for making pictures and designs. You may want to punch out a design and use it as a stencil. By putting it on top of an- other sheet land painting or coloring over it, the design should appear perfectly on the background. If you choose not to use paint or crayon, you can hang your punched design on a window. The sunlight peaking through jnakes a de- lightful, sparkling sight. Birds Have Left; Now Who Pays? GRACEHAM, Md. (AP) The birds have left Graceham, but who is going to pick up the bill? Frederick county Commission- er Donald Lewis said he doesn't feel the county is obligated to pay for the noise-making opera- tion which scared most of the millions of grackles, starlings and blackbirds from the local pine grove. The state health department has sent the commissioners a bill for the sound truck used in .the operation. Other bills add up to another LAFF-A-.DAY "I don'twant to see any more of those sloppy catches." GARDENING CHORES We carry o selection of lawn core and gardening SONOROUS VARIETY t HARDWARE 1507 lit 362-8915 Store Hours Free Parking in Our Lot BehlndStorc By Nancy Gilbert Today's young people would rather watch an old movie on late-night TV than watch a pop- ular talk show, according to a nationwide survey of high school and college-age students. Forty-five percent of the boys and 62 percent of the girls said they'd prefer an old movie over a talk show. Eighty-seven percent said they'd seen movies of the 1930s and 1940s. On the question of whether the oldies are as good as new flicks, 41 percent said equally as good, 37 percent said not as good and 22 percent said better. Fifty-four percent thought the present-day female sex symbols are as titillating as the "pin-up" girls of the 1940s movies but 34 percent favor the pin-ups over today's movie glamor girls. Sex Appeal Asked about male actors like Humphrey Bogart, Clark Gable andJErrol Flynn, in contrast to See what other tools you can use to create pleasing pictures or projects. You will be surprised at what a search around the house and just a little imagination will bring. ITT Calls Off Car Rental Deal NEW YORK (AP) The In- :ernational Telephone and Tele- graph Corp. says it is calling off merger of a sub- sidiary, Avis Rent-A-Car, into American Express Co., because t is uncertain of justice depart- ment approval. Under terms of a consent agreement which settled a jus- ice department anti-trust suit over ITT's 1970 merger with the iartford Fire Insurance Co., he conglomerate must divest it- self of several subsidiaries, in- cluding Avis. In addition to Avis, ITT has agreed to divest itself of sub- sidiaries including Cantee Corp., he fire protection division of irinnell Corp., ITT-Hamilton ,ife Insurance Co. and ITT Life insurance Co. of New York. 10 YEARS AGO Groping :hrough a sandstorm, a jetliner overshot the airport at 3hahr'am, Saudi Arabia, and crashed into the Persian Gulf. Robert Redford, Paul Newman and Elliot Gould, Bill Moran, 18, of Miami ,said, "Today actors have more sex appeal than the pretty boys of the old-time mov- ies had." "Today's actors are more be- lievable than the actors of the old days; they are less of a; fairy said Scott Meltzer, 15, Metairie, La. But Rob Lehman, 17, State College, Pa., said, "The older actors had the same amount of talent but more style and class." Lisa Griffith, 16, Dallas, said, "The 'old movie idols were more sophisticated than today's stars." Some young people ans- wering the poll shared her views, but others did not. More Romantic Pat Coleman, 18, Mayfield Heights, Ohio, said, "The stars of the old-time movies were far more real. The idols of old-tim flicks were dreamy but no real." Karen Scott, 16, of Lyn brook, N. Y., said, "The stars o the '30s and '40s had stronge images and were therefon more appealing." Asked about situations in films and whether the present day ones or the ones from mov ies of several decades ago are easier for today's viewer to re late to, there was again dis agreement. Eddie Pratt, 20, of Cleveland said, "Times and styles are dif ferent but the situations th more romantic, I than any of today's idols." Chris Morrison, 19, Hamden, Conn., said, "Today's stars are oil _ Youth movies portray are still (he same today." Gone with Wind "Today's movies are nothing like the days of 'Gone with the Wind' and that is very unfortu- said Ken Sheldon, 19, Santa Ana, Calif. "The old movies related to ev- eryone while some of today's movies are complicated and you need an education to understand said Daniel Colpine, 19, Ogallala, Neb. But Jane Gordon, 16, Lyn- brook, N. Y., relates better to new movies. "Movies nowadays are more realistic." And so does Neil Skea, 19, Springfield, Mo., "be- cause in recent days sexual ideas and skin are much more .evident and projected." Soviets Execute Head Of Farm Building Firm MOSCOW (AP) The former head of a collective farm con- struction firm was executed by firing squad for stealing state funds in the Azerbaijan Repub- lic, a newspaper reaching Mos- cow from there Friday report- ed. The man was named M. G. Efendiyev. Sent To Help Pay President's Taxes WASHINGTON (AP) A Sai Francisco restaurateur has sen President Nixon to help him pay his back income taxes but White House aides say th check will be returned with th President's thanks. Roland Elliott, a special, assis tant in charge of presidentia correspondence, said the chec arrived Wednesday from Jesus G. Monroy, whose firm owns chain of 30 restaurants. Elliot said it waa the largest singl amount in the more than mailed to the White House t help Nixon with his taxes. All the money is being re turned or turned over to thi Red Cross, aides said. If you want to save money on parking. No one likes to feed parking meters or pay overtime fines. And, if you save Savings Loan, you won't have to. Since we're located right in the heart of downtown, we'll validate your parking ticket from any Park and Shop lot. For one full hour. That's the least we can do for our customers! That means you can park protected from overtime fines do an errand or two, or have lunch and never pay a penny for parking. Another thing. If you'd rather take the bus downtown, we'll pay your fare home. On the Ride and Shop plan. Just stop in andsee us. You'll save on bus fare. 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