Abilene Reporter News, March 25, 1974

Abilene Reporter News

March 25, 1974

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Issue date: Monday, March 25, 1974

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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1974, Abilene, Texas gfolene "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT Byron 93KL) YEAH, NO. 281 PHONE 673-4271 ABILENE, TEXAS, 7DG04, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 25, PAGES IN THREE SECTIONS Aisocialcd Prest By ELI.IE ItUCKER 72 Voter Certificate Still Good in 1974 Q. If you're registered to vole, like in 1972 or something, do you have lo regis- ter again to vote In upcoming-'.'lections? How rto you keen your voter registration 11 p lo date? A. If you voted in '72, you're eligible in '74. If you have your voter certificate, is- sued in 1072., you can still vole on it. Since so many people, by mistake, threw away their certificates after Ihc lasl election, Vot- er Registrar Burl King says he's updating the voter registration list and hopes to issue new certificates for all registered voters before the spring elections. As long as you vote once every three years, you'll be retained on the voting list, says King. Q. We've KU! to gel in touch with Cliff Robertson, Ilic actor, lo sec if he'll ap- pear a breakfast in Abilene. We know lie lias a sister living here, slie met him :U our airport one (lay last summcr. Who is his sister, how can we gel in touch with her or how would we go ahonl contacting Robertson himself.' A. We'd love to help you because we'd like In see Clitf Hobcvlwra, ton, 1ml if his sister lives here, she's awfully quiet about it. We didn't find her. Write Robertson in care of Gadbois Rusincss Management, 0201 Wil- shirc nivd., lieverly Hills, Calif.' In your afternoon paper was a slo- ry on handwriting analysis. Is there any way lo get Ilic lady's address as I always wanted to have my writing aiia- What would he (lie cost and any details yon could get'.' A. 5Irs. Irma Schooler is the woman you're asking about.-She's been teaching handwriting analysis since 19C8, currently works full-lime for Dorcia Originals, so handwriting analysis is strictly a sideline. She does a complete analysis for 335 lo but as a .special favor lo Action Line read- ers she agreed to a "little.quickie" for She needs at least one full paragraph (8 lo 10 lines) handwritten on unlined paper. "I'm not a palm she slrcsses, "and I'm nol a fortune teller." She can tell you something about your character, talent, what yen like and don't like, and how yon will react to different situations. Her ad- dress: PO Box 55S-I. Q. Whal's the procedure for change of address on voter registration certifi- cates? A, Drop by the tax office al Ihe new courthouse, sign an application for change of address at least five days prior lo Ihc election. Heading your lead article of March 50. IS74, predicting "no more and Ilicn (vying to live Ilirough Ilial cold, cold nlglil, I must inquire into your credentials. Is it Yankee or just any font? A. It's Western Yankee and otlen Dnrncd Kool. Particularly, this lime, Durncd Fool. In defense of our heritage, when confronted with thai question on the weather, Action Line carefully consulted with three bonafidc Texans and a rncsquite Iree. They should have known belter it's their slate. Address questions to Action Line, Box HO, Abilene, Texas 7960-1; Names will not lie used hut questions must be. signed and addresses given. Please include Icl- cphonc numbers if possible. 4 Streakers Kiss Linda Lovelace TUSCAI.OOSA, Ala. CAP) Sex Week al Ihe University of Alabama ended with four slrc-akcrs appearing on stage to kiss sex slarlet Linda Love- lace. Miss Lovelace, star of Deep Throat, was a featured speak- er Sunday night. During her address, four male streakers appcarc-d on stage. They cere- moniously gave her a bouquet of flowers, one of Ihe men kissed her and Ihe four then streaked off. Sex Week, subtitled Human Sexuality in Ihc 70s by Ihe University of Alabama's Uni- versity Program Council, was designed lo inform, nol offend, publicity director Andrew Poweli The program included lec- tures, films and an original play on various aspecls of sex- ualily. "II starlcd when, as a joke, UPC members suggested bringing Linda Lovelace here lo speak. We booked her and found that other colleges were doing Sex Week, featuring many areas of Powell said. Sunday Weather Breaks 2 Marks By JOE DACV II Ilcpurlcr-Ncws Staff Wilier Forecasters at Ihe National Weather Service said Monday that a slow warming trend should follow the record-break- ing low temperatures over the weekend. Sunday's lempi'raliire.s broke two records, forecaster Darrell Crawford said, involving a rec- ord low maximum of 38. two degrees below Hie 1SG3 mark, and a low minimum, one degree- lower than an 1SB8 record of 27. The mercury should rise into the mid-GOs on Monday and into the mid-705 on Tuesday, he said. CIIAWFOIIU said a large high pressure system, which hart caused the low temperatures, has moved on eastward allowing warmer, southerly air lo How into the. area. Crawford predicted I here would probably be no significant changes in the wcalhcr through Ihis week, with the exception o( Ihe wanning trend. The Abilene area, he said, is getting close to Ihe rainy sea- son, which should begin in ear- nest next month. A trace of

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