Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 7, 1963 · Page 2
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NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Foy*tt«vt1lt, Arkansas, Friday, June 7, 1963 BOB THOMAS From Hollywood By BOB THOMAS : AP Movte-TclcvisKm Writer · HOLLYWOOD (AP)-The fathp of this or almost any year In Ho lywood appears to be Dennis Daj jack Benny's madcap tenor \vh has made a serious business raising a family. "We've never been out of dia pers at our house," says Dcnni who seems somewhat astounds himself at the size of the Da (McNulty) tribe. ·".Hero's how they will line up o Father's Day Sunday June 16 Patrick James, 14; Dennis Ei gene, 13; Michael Joseph, 1 Margaret Mary, 10; Eileen JIari; 8; Paul Thomas, 7; Thomas Frai cis. 5; Mary Kate. 2; and Da lei Gerard, 6 weeks. "During a rehearsal break at th Jack Benny Show, Dennis rattle of the names and numbers wit confidence -- until he arrived a Thomas. He made several stab 1 at the middle name before arm tag at Francis. I checked with h wife later and discovered he wa correct. How do they manage such crowd scene? ' It's my wife Peggy who get the credit," said Dennis. "Th burden is on nor, because I'm 01 of town six months of the yea SEARCHING For A Good STEAK? Only the Finest Choice Beef Are Used at Cliff's. You tan be sure of the et when you at a t . . . . CLIFF'S DRIVE-IN Hiway 71 North that's the way it is wiffi performers nowadays. "We have one live-in help anc a day girl, but we've never hac a baby nurse. Peg has done it all herself. Nine babies, and every one of them has had the colic for the first six months! We've tried every formula and every prepara ioi. that is made. You name them we've had them." Dennis admitted that the logistics for a family of nine children can be staggering. They manage to find room for sleeping accomo- dalions in their expanded Mande- viUe Canyon home--now five bed rooms. The three oldest boys board at military schoo! in Anaheim, so that's a help. Oulfilling the nimble nine is a major Operation. 'Shoesl" mutcrcd Dennis, shak ing his head. "We're always buy ing shoes. I got the boys shoes witti a guarantee the soles wouldn't wear out in six months Know something? They boat th guarantee. 'I was in New York recently and I looked up some wholesalers I know--I haven't worked for Benny for 24 years without learning some tricks. I went through the racks of girls' dresses and said 'I'll take this and this and this.' That's tile way we shop." Dennis was one of six children, who have now produced 31 of tlieir own--sister-in-law Ann Blyth has five. "I think large families are closer," said Dennis, an obvious advocate. Fall Kills Worker LITTLE ROCK {AP) -- Danie: Martin, 27, of North Little Rock, fell 40 feet to his death Thursday from a scaffold he was working on at an addition to Little Rock Hall High School. BIG DANCE Every Saturday Night l'/4 Miles East of Elkini WHITE RIVER RECREATION HALL At The SATURDAY RehMrul Dinner Unexpected Cuettt Drbp In On You? For Delightful Dining Hrlng Them to the MT. INN IT'S FINALLY ARRIVED IN SPRINGDALE "The Beautiful New Grove Drive-In Where The Entire Family Can Have Lots Of Fun And Entertainment" THE KIDS WILL LOVE OUR PLAYGROUND! OUR OPENING PROGRAM: Andy Griffith 2 "No Time For Sergeants FUN Plu * HITS " 2nd Time Around" DRIVE IN THEATRE LOCATED NORTH "71" IN SPRINODALE DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketcharri CYNTH1ALOWRY On Radio And TV *I KNOIVW ONLY FIVE YEARS OLD! V*Y t» you THINK IHAVENT HAD HIM ARRESTED?: Bids On Expansion On Rogers School Due Next Tuesday ROG-BRS ( S p e c i a l ) - The Rogers School Board will receive bids Tuesday for the second time oi. a proposed addition to Northside Elementary School. The project will be built with federal funds, under Public Law 815, which provides that schools in "impacted areas," where there are overcrowded conditions d u e to government projects, may receive federal aid. Bids were'to be received May 8 on Hie 7,000 square foot, six- class-room addition, but only one contractor submitted an estimate. The board rejected the $87,0« bid of Tune Construction Company Of Fayettavllle. The Rogers school district Qualifies for federal aid because of the construction at Beaver Dam and Pea Ridge National Military Park. Bids will be opened at 2 p.m. in S c h o o l Superintendent Greer Lingje's office. New Vote Sought On Urban Renewal FORT SMITH, Ark. AP) -leaders of a group seeking a second ballot on a J2.6 million dollar urban renewal project at Fort Smith say they hope to present a petition for a referendum to the city eouncH Monday. The issufe w a s defeated in an April 2 election, but proponents claimed voters were confused by the wording on the ballot. A vote "for" meant a Vote against the issue in the first election. David Censemen, a pro-renewal leader, said Thursday he had been informed that July 1 was the deadline for earmarking by the federal government Of any funds for such a project, but If an election on the issue was called by that time, money for the projecl would be reserved. SPRINGDALE S p e c i a 1) -Two men have been promoted to key positions in the Tyson Poods, Inc., organization. Executive vice president, Don Tyson announced today t h a i James Irwin, 35, had been named general manager of t h e Garrett Poultry Co., a subsidiary of Tyson F o o d s , and that H i r o n ("Poke") Knight, 36, had b e e n promoted to personnel manager of the firm. Irwin is a native of Fayetteville and was reared at nearby Clyde. He holds bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Arkansas. Knight is a native of Ooy (Lonoke County). He, too, earned his bachelor's degree at the U. A. Irwin Is a former vocational agriculture teacher at Lincoln and P r a i r i e Grove High Schools. Knight is a former county agent, stationed at Berryvalle. Mikoyan Recovers MOSCOW (AP)--First Deputy Premier Anastas Mikoyan Is reported by his brother to be nearly recovered from a'recent illness and almost ready to return to work. The brother, aircraft designer Arton Mikoyan, told correspondents at a reception Thursday night that a cold Mikoyan caught while welcoming Fidel Castro in snowy Murmansk April 27 developed into kidney trouble and sent him to a hospital. A Gourmet's Delight! Delicious Seafood Cooked to Perfection Red Snapper · Fantail Shrimp Fried Oysters Lobster Tail Freih Woter Trout COACHMAN RESTAURANT Colonial VI lltge Shopping Center Everybody's By CYNTHIA LOWRY NEW YORK (AP)-On Monday nights, a dark-haired, .dark-eyed divorcee* named Irene Kampen and her blonde 17-year-old daughter, Christine, turn their television set on to CBS and for half an hour "have very odd feelings." "It's our lives we're seeing," explained Mrs. Kampen. "They've changed the specific incidents, but the characters are recognizable and so are the situations." Mrs. Kampen, a novelist and short story writer, Is the author of a funny nonfiction book, "Life Without George," published two years ago. Now it is the basis of "The Lucy Show." Desi Amaz had been looking for a suitable vehicle for Lucille Ball for three years before he ran across the book in which Mrs. Kampen described her experiences as a divorcee. For television, of course, many changes had to be made. Brunette Irene Kampen, divorcee, became red-haired Lucy OarmlohaeJ, widow. Lucy was given another child, a son, Jerry. Mrs. Kampen's fellow divorcee who--with son Eric --shared the Kampen home and adventures is named Evelyn. She became Vivian Bagley -- played by Vivian Vance -- whose son is named Sherman. Mrs. Kampen is a former newspaper reporter who fwrote the book - her first - to indicate that all divorcees ere not sleek ophisticated dames interested in tlver women's liusbands. She enjoys a nice, one-way cor- espondence with 'he program: lefty check arrives regularly anc ·ill continue to arrive as long as he series continues to be shown, ven Into reruns. "It's a lovely, painless way to make money," said the writer wppily. Recommended week end view ng: Saturday -- Hote-In-One Sweepstakes, NBC, 5-* p.m. (EDT)--15 op professional golfers compete r. cash prizes from Grant Blanc, Mich. Sunday -- Ed Sullivan Show CBS, 8-9 p.m. - McGulre Staters nd Barbra Stresand are the tars; "The Triumph of G«rald Q. Wert," NBC, 10-11 - Art Car HOT in an original fantasy. sa-i La Casa Mantes ·Mexican p*wl N.V. Cut ·teak" NOW OPEN FOR IUNCH Featuring A Special Linen*** Minu-UMtf )1M Plat** Mlw«y 71 North Ph. 2-H41 Mission Planned SUBIACO Ark. (AP)-jionks of Subiaco Abbey voted Thursday to found a mission in the area of Fort Hareourt, Nigeria. The settlement would be the first Benedictine mission in the area. CHECKER CAB CO. Better Service If We Know Your Destination Dial 2-4222 or 2-4223 NOW Thru SUNDAY Frl 7jO»-Sat.-Sm). 2 7:00 p.m, Walt Dime/* "PINNOCCHIO" In Color Pri. 8:17--Sat.-Sufl. 3:47-S:47 NOW · Op«n 1:15 Held Over Thru .Saturday 1:30 - 3:24 - 5:21 . 7:18 · I:1S COMING SUNDAY IS 'I Ginger Blue's SMORGASBORD C..« J^m. 11:00 a.m. dundoy to 4:00 P .m. Mean Service 4-8 p.m. Organ Music "All YOU CAN EAT" Continuously Fresh Food ADULTS Children $1.71 under IE »I Hwy. M. 4 mat* N M Nod, M*. RefHlar Mtn« KM! el W*«k ON ALL SAVINGS AND INVESTMENT ACCOUNTS Account* t* $10,000.00 by Federal la»ln«« Ami L o a n Iniuranc* Corp. SPRINGDALE SAVINGS LOAN ASSN. WT W. IWMA SPRINGDALE, ARK. Tonite and Saturday CTT , -- -- _ M..M* A f i _· w ·*«* ^^.i^^^-- DRIVIIN^/ Open 6:45 · Start 7:50 3 To Please Everyone! ALL IN COLO* -- No. I NOW IT ALL COMES FANTASTICALLY ALIVE! EDWARD SMALL^ Jaelvihe Giant Killer Always a Color Cartoon No. 2 HE OWED HIS LIFE TO THIS HIRED OUNJ AUDIE MURPHY DANDURYEA JOAN O'BRIEN O BLACK HORSES · - · Bring The Kiddie* Out Early«.. Free Rides On Our Modern Playground Train... Stagecoach Ferris Wheel Coming Sunday and Monday! TENNISSUWlUMM8r GREAT FIRST COMEDY! TV Slailon Plans Appeal To FCC ROCK (AP) -- Robert Doubtafcy, general manager of television station KATV, s a i d Thursday the station will appeal a Federal Communications Commission examiner's recommendation that KATV not be permitted to move its transmitter. Doubieday said t h e appeal would be filed with the PCC with- n 30 days. He would not comment on the denial nor on the examiner's comments about scnc at he station's policies. He said KATV would have its say before tite PCO. KATV is seeking to move its Transmitter from J e f f e r s o n Springs, 15 miles norttiwest of Pine Bluff to a site 12 miles southwest of Little Rock. The examiner's ruling w*s a disappointment to the state Educational Television Commission to which KATV had promfeed to donate its antenna at Jefferson Springs and 80 acres of property if *e transfer request wac approved. Commission Chairman T. E. Tyler of Little RoCk Said Wednesday that the denial would set back the state's educational television program and would mean that the commission can no longer plan to go on the air with two transmitters, one at Jefferson Springs and one at Fayettevillo. ·j--^^^^^^^^^^^-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Ruth's Beauty College Is Now Organizing New Classes Both Full and Part Time Students Will Bo Accepted. Limited Number of Student! Accepted.. Dial HI 3-3061 T E R M I T E S ? ALL HOUSEHOLD PESTS BMKE-TERMINIX HtlTefest $S.*M. Protection KVQO, Tuba, Channel 2 KYtV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSA, Fort Smith, Channel 5 {Channel on iakJ* ir rnrtttarltto) KOTV, Tulso Channel 6 KOAM Piruburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulso, Channel 8 ICtunrwi « *n cable In FiyMtevltMl KODE, Joplin, Channel 12 *» telecasting nation, toa ar* tubton M without nolle* fBIDA* EVENPJG- * C:M- . . . · . 8:15-- rtuntlejr-Brlnkley ........ ^ s, 5 «. 7. *, u International Showtlm* ____ 2, 1, 1 Rawhide ................... S, «, 14 Chey«nna ... ..................... g * J:M- Slng Alon« ............... «. 3, 5. 7 RouteM ..................... 6, 12 Pllntatonea ........ ... ........... A * ·:»- Tlghtfop* ........................ s * 8:3*-Sea Hunt ............ , ........... j SATURDAY AFTERNOON-* li:0»- CarfoOna ........................ it Farm Home Show ............ 5 Bugs Bunny ............... . ..... g * 12:15- Basehnll ................... t, t, 1* "Dodgers v». Cubi" * 12:»- Allakazara ............. .,*..«....· * l:0fr-- Hy Friend nioka ............... t * 1:30-Film Feature ................ .... « Highway Patrol Silver Dollar Bowl COLOR TV tal - DUNAWAY'S *·"*" SLACK and WHITE but m Price If, Bight (color) ........ », s ?hcock ,. 6 Alfred ftlt. Mnnt Reed 77 Suntel Strip ». » ft JlPSi-- Jack Paar 2, 3, 5, 7 Byewitneee i p . t Rebel · U:»- Xew*. Weather ... t », f, «, 1. i, a Johnru Canea ...^ t Movie ...".. I * IO:S- Mbne i * W:l»- Trails Wert ......n. , 5 Combat 12 Tonight J 7 Slale Trooper .............. . . . . . I Wide World of SporU .......... S Belmont Stakes ............ 9 , 6 , 1 2 Western Theater ................ 7 Movie ............................ t * J:*V- Whltiyblrds ...................... t Magic Rartch .................... « Saturday Alatinee .............. 12 Internatichal Zone ... ........... 3 Bie Picture ..................... I *3:3»- Bat Miistcrson ................... t Big Picture ..................... S Herald of Truth .................. 5 King of Diamonds . . . . . .......... 7 Kole-ln-one Sweepstaktf . . ?, 3, S Wide World of Sports ........ 7, COLOR TV at Enterprise TV «K N. CoUeto Operated by lack tVtlliam* aM Otto Ga»o Z-8S7S ^ . . . . ' . . . SATURDAY HORNING- Country Far* .................... s SIX PIetur« ...... ............. i,,. 3 A 7:1S- Cartootu ........................ 1 * 7:**. edhVeriatlohat Spantih ......... 2 Children'! Theater . .. ,.,i,i.i... 3 Country Journal ............ .-..., e NBW. . ; . ; ;:iii!Iiii!iii ....... 7 Cartoon* ____ . ................ ... 12 * 7:«- Davey and Goliath ............ a, 1 Evergladea * * ij °- Serehader* . . . . * i: *- Champlohshlp Brldg* ... *HlHi Feature ..... . Movie ....: Championship Wrestling Ozzle i Harriett Voice of Full Goipel .... Ozark Outdoors ailcreafee Hotirglata ..... ' 'EVENING^-' .. 7 . 5 3 .. I u Ne**. Wdathe?. Sport* Our Man Htrelm Sportsman'a Friend t J, S, S ,., L s 7 SEE RCA VICTOR COLOR TV At TUCK'S "·" N BIeck Pfc i I. «, *':»- CaHoofd Bug* Bunny Captain Kan Cartoon Carnival * «:»- »uft and B*ddT ........... t, I. f *t:W- ShaH Lcwta loolor) ........ 1, 1. ». 7 - . . . . . ^ ^ ......... 6. 12 Klni Leonardo (dolor) ...... 1 1 7 MKhty MnuM ............. 1 i. 12 Market Baakti .1. ....... ....... .. t * U:W- rj . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . t i t tfootenanny It BJachcbinDcr u * I:3M Sam Benedict . i . . , * . . , . . . Jackie Gleason I, ft, 12 Gallant Men t a * i-.n- Joey Bishop 1 Defender* I, t, 12 FllnUtones 7 Loaghorr) HoundUp s Hootenanny 3 Movl* tavrtefic* * S:»- H»v. Gun Will Travel .. ...t,t,l3 FOR TV RECEPTION AT ITS BEST "Get on the Cable" Call or CMM By for Cable ln1arm»Uat TRANS-VIDEO CORP. DIAL f-7111 M W MOUNTAIN Mil TM T» :l.....: f t * . U American Btndatand .,..» ...... t Make doom tt* Daddjr . ..... J, 1. i Ray Rot»f» ^ . ...... ; . . . . . , I. «, It * ":··- Heckle «, Jeckel , ............... t Ooliath Davey and £*» Kln(T Mr Wlzurd C«ri *. 12 3 . 7 BaWtMU .................... t. 3, 1 "Braves w. Plratea" Hewi ......... . . ............. «, 12 Beany arid Cecil . . . . ............ a To £« Announced ............... 5 ObiHmoko ... ..... ......... I, «, It Boxing ............................ t * lt:*- Newa ......................... I, « MoVIe ................. i. ......... 8 Rettleaa Gun ............... ..... U ...................... Stoney Burk* ................... 7 * I«:3»- Movie ........................ 2, 13 Championship Wrestling ........ t The Untouchable* .............. t + 11 :3ft- late Show .. ..................... *

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