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Manila Woman Dies In Two-Car Wreck PAnACIOUl.D, M{. A1'J ~ Ono portion WHS killed and Iwo poi'sonS wdro Injured Momlny nlghl in n two-cm 1 , head-on collision JiiHl wcsl ot horo on Ar- 25. HELEN HELP US Pretty Face Lost In 220 Pounds By HELEN AND SUB BO'ri'EL, Killed wns Mrs. Hornlcln Soy- l«i', 33, of Mnnlla, n iinasongor in n cur driven by lior husband, Albert . Soyler, !0, Scylor and tholr son, Randall, 13, wore injured. , . Driver- of tlie- oilier car was nnl Identified. MAKO THEATRES "MALL CINEMA O ·NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA Off iaa p.m. -- pel. i:jo Sim. Mat.-- Oiwi J p.m.-- Pel. A«K ANVONK WHO'S SEEN IT , . .THEN COME LAUOH VOUR1ILFI MALL CINEMA 6 "NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA" · MI-TOM Ol»n 7 p.tll. -- Ft*. 7:30 - 9:0! Sunrlay Mallne« fl p.n. LAST DAY 3cnr Rap; I've got a prelty face, but juys won't (into mo because lioy'd (jot loused, going out vitfi a "fat gill" . ' Why la "fat 1 . 1 the s a m e as 'poison" to people Vvlio aren't at? I've learned not to lake icople for what I hey look like iut what they aro, so how como If I'm good company, 1 sit dome every weekend? I'm llred of/listening to the radio and dreaming ot the good times I'll never have. never have. Don't tell me to diet. Irlcd them all and they I've , don't work. My mother overfed' me when I was a baby' and I grew "[ with too many; fat 'cells, iverybody knows I hat fat litlle kids become fat big people, so there's no use trying. All I want to know Is why bbys'won'l lake a chance with overweight lirls? -- 220 Pounds and 5 Ft. Dear 220-5-5: : Honest now: Would you "accept a date with a fellow who carried around 100 ftxlru pounds and probably waddled when he svnlked? Dam right you would not, so why blame tho hoys? Looks are Tmporlunt, not 1 only In Ihemslovos hut because they affect,one's personality. What gli'l Is her sparkling best when she can't bear lo face a mirror -- nnd she's envious of the slim ones who can? . My advice: t Stop chewing tile fat {those excuses!)!) . a n t slnrt burning III Off!! -- Ilcle'n Dear 220; - : . . . ' . ' So you've "tried all the diets anil 111cy^don't work!" H o w long have you tried 'eri}? Mos people don't begin to lose weigh until they've been dieting sev oral days -- and exercising al SO. :' '. You'll never shed pounds un III you change your altitudes, In Recessipn Setting In Networks Now Selective In Buying Movies N«rthw»'»t ArkariM» TIMtS, Ty«i,, by BOB T»OMAS ; .;.As|iocJ«lc(l Prcfls Writer, (AP) Changing ..habits of television viewers nave . endangered MO lioldon honanna that film coiA- lanlcii have' relied upon tor; fiscal health: the »ulp ot IhcalrJ- chl features to llie' networks. Several movie studios would have gone bankrupt In the past dce/ide aiid a half If the television ImiM't been paying mil lions for tealure backlogs, In the beginning, thero wore no ; features In . nettvdrk prime. time. Then'/ NBC took Hits plunge; ivnd ABC and CBS followed, .'giving 'viewer* movies every nl«ht of the week. Film studios delightedly.' watched tlto average price per feature rise from $300,000 to $800,000.' · The recession has set in. In dustry sources Indlcnlo mos features n o w draw only $700, 000, some as low as $650,000 The biggest Mow is that net works are .being selective .In what Ihoy buy. '.'They no longer will .purchase any 'quality' feature," Jnlvcrnal executive Jennings L.ang says, "They aro Inler- cstcd In the kind of feature thai, IB likely to make a good rat- Ing," . . · AUDIENCE ttATINCV \Vhat hap. brought about tho change In network feature-buying habits?. . . . . · . ' . A; glMJqo at.the audience ratings tolls'the story, .During the 1071^72 iSeason. a survey of the 32 top-rated .movies on the'.hct- works showed - t h a t only nine were theatrical films. All .the rest were features made for television. , ' The highest-rated thcalrlca feature was "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner," which placed 13lh.,Thc Elizabeth Tay lor "Cleopatra," which cos ABC millions, rated only 25th. All Is not gloom for I lie sludl Highlights OiAugJ eluding the one that puts food DENNIS THE MENACE above all other, pleasures; so start psyching yourself. ' . · , . · But see a doctor first! After a thorough examination, he'll give you the proper diet and teach you how to count calories. Good luck! -- Sue Bv Ketehom STARTS WEDNESDAY By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Tuesday, Aug. 8, the 221st day of 1972. 'There are 145 days left in IHe year. Today's highlight In history; On this dale in 1588, British sea forces under Sir Francis Drake destroyed the Spanish Armada in a battle off' tha const of France. On this date- In 1673, the Dutch recaptured ----- " * ' · - CLINT EASTWOOD JOE KIDD o Gwnp^ny ProdiKicn MALCO GtNtfMA O HWY.?1N.*BOLUKJHIU4 521-1920 ,bp«n ,7, p.m. : -- Fet: 7:20-9:21 · XSunffay' Mallnce 2 p.m. '"LIZA MINNELU IN i. 'CABARET' -- A STAR IS BORN!" - HWY. 71 It * ROLLtm MILU 521-1920 Open 7 P.m. -- Fet. Sanjay ftlatinee t v.m, IAST DAY York '. and 'roln the British ll? T - New Jersey In 1776. John Paul Jones was commissioned a captain in the American Navy. ! In 1815, Napoleon Bonaparte sailed for St. Helena to 'spend the rest of-his life in exile, . · In 1940,'in World War II, Germ a n y began concentrated bombing of Britain. In 1945, the Soviet-Union declared war on Japan 7 , seven days ,before the Japanese surrender in World War II. In 1963, a. gang of -masked robbers held up a mail train near. Cheddington,- England, and escaped with more than $7 million. - .·.-.· - · Ten years ago:. President John P. .Kennedy's Council of Economic Advisers told a congressional committee that federal income taxes were a drag on the economy and should be reduced. Five years ago:' South Vietnam's chief of state, Nguyen Van Thieu, said more U.S. and oilier allied troops would be needed.to win the Vietnam war. Dear Helen and Sue: I'm going to be married In three months and my problem is my two sisters and my mother. They're all quile a bit overweight. ;My sisters are going lo be bridesmaids. Maybe this sounds mean, but I want to be proud .of. my family and have my wedding perfect. Am I wrong in planning alternates and telling my sisters they'll be out of the wedding party unless t h e y slim down? Of course I can't leave my mother out, but maybe she'll get with It too, if my sisters do. -- Afraid of Snickers Dear AOS: I can understand how much you'd like your sisters and mother looking their best, but if you asked them to diet especially for your wedding (with threats yet), .they might think you were pretty selfish. They're probably as concerned as you are a b o u t their weight problems, so make them feel that losing is : for their benefit . -not yours, ·-- Sue ·' : . · . Dear. Afraid: If you issued ultimatums about weight loss, you'd end up with a far from "perfect" wedding! . . . E a r 1 y shopping for bridesmaids' dresses might have more effect. Perhaps your sisters .and mother will aim for. two sizes smaller, after they, choose the style. -- Helen .'. , . -Apollo 45 astronauts were welcomed by their families at Houston Tex after their flight to the moon. (Got.a problem? Or a subject for discussion, two-generation style? Direct your questions to either Sue or Helen Botlel -or both, in care of. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, if you want a combination .mother-daughter ' answer.) '. DRIVE-IN THEATRE HWY. fiS W. * NOW SHOWING {Open 8:00 · Starts 8:50 "It's still the same! old story, a fight for* love and glory." NOW! OPEN 8:15 ."HOSPITAL" 8:45 · AS7MECOI5AV V«.r«i;Mrr! _ Ul.Jb/F"*''"' [FG}3 Technlcolpr* A Paramount Picture- STARTS WEDNESDAY Now you can see "The Gradua1e"aga!n or 1 for the first time. MADEMY AWARD WINNER fiEST OIRCCTOn-MIKE fllCHOLC " JOSEPH E.LEVINE«'iu MIK6 NICHOLS LAWRENCE TURMAN n THEGRADUATE ICCMIIICOIOII'PMUVISIOU Afl AVCO EKBKSiX n ill ill IHEMflE [PBI O Z A R K DOWNTOWN--442-4581 Gprn 7 p.m. Olitn 1 |i.iii. -- I'd. 7il! finl. Sim. Milt. I p.m. IAST DAY STARTS WEDNESDAY Introducing "FATHfff'VAHHOme- ROBERT , MITCHUNII TheWRATH of GOD GEORGE C. SCOTT ^"THE HOSPITAL" UnilL-d Irnstf, --Ce-Hit-Arthur Haiioy uafecka the door* ta bio From the BHMI who gav* jro« AIKTOBT, I Or*ct«dby- WritMB far *· BCVWflOOUNt .pro*jeedl»»WfNOf(.L MATES "GPl -Plus-James Garner Skin Game LouGossen Susan Clark ' (HP" Golf King Summer Specials · Monday U Dollar Duy · Tuesday Night is Family Night 0 Wednesday Is "Over 60" Day · Thursday Night ! Ladias' Night Out · Saturday Morning is for tha Kids 50 W. Township Cnll 413-2086 for Details FaycUcvllte, Ark. -- I'nrly Rntcs Available thi Uidiosll SHE MADE f THE KAMA SUTRA f LOOK UNFINISHED! f . ADULTS ONLY K Minnies Knflt nn Highway R Show Slnrh nl lHik 'fc'cnhoi^c 76I·o7^^ ESC R. WILSON! Oip YA W^^VOUROOQRS m LOCKED n. The '.nclwjorka ·contlmiei to iy,'i high - prlcofl: tor.-.imovlos. iilch scbm to have'a'.lilgh-fal- K -capability/ ABC; rccorttly oujflit 1 up ttio seven 'James ond movies midc so tar. One ' thorn, "Golclflngcr." report dly sold for $2.5 million. Thus nucd Aftlsls may huvc:plckod p as much as $17.5 rnllllon tot 1 10 onllre package.., '; Big money .also has been paid or such theater blockbusters s "Patlon," "Love Story," P!anel o! the Apes" and Butch Cassldy and the Sun :ance Kid." ; . Court Asked To Halt Merger Of Insurance Firms LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Pu- aski County Circuit Court has ieen asked to set aside an HV ler by Insurance Commissioner A. Gene Sykes that approved he merger of ciglit insurance companies into National Investors Life Insurance Com- lany of Arkansas (N1LIC), and o make National Investors lart of a holding company nqwn as:Norin,;Inc. · Petitloriihg ' Circuit : Court were Raymond Rebsarnen of Little Rock, a businessman and industrialist, Manhattan Credit Co., American Colonial Insurance Co.v and Riverside Life Insurance Co, , The petition said Rebsamen and the three lirms were filing the petition as a class-action in behalf of all other shareholders in the companies to be merged. The petition alleged that plans of merger and exhange are inequitable to al! NILIC stockholders In that the value assigned to NILIC slock is "substantially less than the fair value of NILIC," and the values assigned to Norin Corp. "are substantially in excess of the real and true value possessed by" Norin snares. The petition said the plans of merger and exchange were unlawful. . ·· - Henley Receives Complaints About Writ Activities UTTLE'ROCK AP) - 'TJ. District Court Judge Ji ^rp Henley said Monday he had ceivccl 'complaints from prls'oii Inmates about.the conduct ahc attitude of prison personnel In connection with "writ-writing activities." Hcnjey made the observation in a memorandum and: order denying a C u m m i n s . Inmate'i petition for a :wrlt- of habeas corpus. Henley said Die inmate, '.Rp ger D, Mosby; had complainci thai he had been harassed b' prison personnel because of hi' frequent petitions to the! court. Henley said he recently toll state prison officials) "tha there muHt be no retaliation up on inm,ttcs or threats of relal atlpn'on accou'iit of their wril writing activities" because o the complaints lie had receivec He said he had "strongly-sug gested" that prison personne be urged "not to engage in an needless discussion with ir mates about the fact that the have submitted petitions 1 " · r uoul the contents of those p*ii-; 01)1" t/ ' ( * ' Mosliy , Iiarl' complained l c had requested pci)CU and or for a vyjit' nncl that sol incs officials hro'ught him no paper and somctlrcjes he pencil. . - i'vn Honlo dciilcd Mosby'n Ion, saying Mosby had »ce«j d , needcjl ' rhatmlnls. rjonl in id the'coin t, clerk rccolV* numerous' writs from ench npnlh. · ,' However, · (he judge Still wail' concerned aboi)t r conduct and attitude of prlsi personnel' in \vrlt-writlng aclii les. Hearing Planned | ^ LITTLE RO'CK (AP)!-t''A public hearing Is planned IQC Thuisday on a proposed fi.? million, beven mile stretch Jif county road thai will cpnuect Maumelle New Town ' neSJ Noith -Lfttle Rock to Arkang 365 and Interstate 430, . The hearing will be held ojt the [purtli floor of the courthouse in the municipal couil- room, ' Purpose will be to discilss tha location of the four-lane road and to hear any suggestions or objection'; regarding Its loca/i tion. · The hearing will be conducted by Pulaski County Judge Frank Mackey. THE HUT DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 PDK ml DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change wlthout nolle* KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSA, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Chinncl 4 «n aibl fn FayeHnlTfel KOED-TV(ETV), Tulsa, Chanel 1l| KODE, Joplin, Channel T2 '-;; ^ I KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 , \ (Chii.nil t MI cible In Mvertevlllt) ' KOTO, Foyetteville, Channel 36 ; (Chiimfl T «n cable In FayrtttvllH) * Notice Ladies: You: »y;. World Serlu. Derby, Wmlllni, BexfnE, Aut« KMM, Wide Wide World «l Sfftlt, American Sperlsman, « M vir Lake Show, and y«ur favorite Sup Opera'i onT WHY NOT 2 fVs and Your Own Outlet? Only $1.00 per month extra Trans^Video 103 W, Mountqtn St. 442-7111 MOVIES ON TV ; . . Tuesday Night '7:30 p.m. Ch. 5-8-12 (C) - "Kung'Fu"; David Carrqcjine, Barry Sullivqn. , 10i30 p.m. Ch. 6-16-36 (C) -- "Three Bites of the Apple." (1967). Sylva Koscinaa, Tammy Grimes, Harvey Korman. Wednesday Nigh* 7.30 p.m. Ch. 11 -- Film Odyssey -- "Intimqte Lighting." (1965). Vsrq Kresacjlpvq, Zdenek Bftzusek. 8:00 p.m. Ch. 8 (C) -- "The Pleasure Seekers." (1965). Ann-Margrel, Carol Lynley, Pamela Tiffin. 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16-36 (C) -- "Tribute to aBad Mqn." (1965). James Cagney, Irenee Papas, Vic Morrow. Sew and. Save -·' , "Service With a v ',Per$eno| Touch" In /abncs mid notions of all iypes.' Buiterick - McCall's · Simplicity! Patterns FAYEHE FABRICS 1700«, College - Fayettevllle 1 LOANS FOR HOMES For Expanslpri ef An Cldej Home, or The Ne«d of a New One We Have loans to Suil Your Needs. FAYETTEVILLE SAVINGS S, LOAN ASSN. 1973 COLOR ty^NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 2333 N. College 44Z-S575 TUESDAY EVENING-- 31 To Tell The Truth --- ........ ' 3 Beverly Hillbillies ............. 16 I Dream of Jeannl* ............ 6 News .................. · Sesame Street ............. .' ---- 1) * 5:3» News 2, 3. S. 6. 7, 12, 16. 36 Truth or Consequence* .-. I 6'l)0 Mister Rogers News 11 2, 3, 5, «. 7. *. 12. 16. 36 SISTER ANN PALM READER AND ADVISEK -- flKST TIME IN 1'HIS AREA -- She lelli lh« p3M, present and fuluri. she will advise you on love, nidrriujfc, buifnesj, home, healihj 1 companionship and divorce. She can and will tulp you on any problem, no mailer how big or llltlt your prolilcnis arc. There It no problem loo big for lier to help you wllh, in see licr today, for lomorrovr nv.iy lie loo late. Wh;? worry and be unhnjjpy whrn Ilicre Is Ihls Billed . lady' lo help you7 she hrJn25 happlntu (o Ihe [oneI}', nnd nnllci the separated. If you're unlucky In love and marriage anil ran nol romance or hold Ihe on you love, ihen Sisicr Ann \t HIP one ID sec because [he can a n d w|H h e l p you and tell vou what to do, Open Dftllv ft Sun, fmni 8 a.m. Irt 10 p.m. ri'll 5nv» Srhool (ILvy. 7IE1J Sou lh rate VII1aR« (Acrosi Hi\y. frnm Country Tilth HcKia) Thone MUU VnyrlCevllEe ·Ar 6:3 Pondar :30 John Byn6r EtccUic Coinpany Mod Stmad .. 2. 3, 7 ... 2, 3. 7 . . . . 8, 12 6, 16, 30 11 . . . 2 . S.'l * 1Z:0? News . . . 5, 8 Paul Harvey . *. it: 15'·-· Boating Safety film WEDNESDAY MORNING-. 6:30 -SMS. Forum . . . . The Real McCoys Today News Country Music Tirr, * 7:J« - bennta the Early Bird 12 2. 3. 5, 7 6. 16, 35 Mena Ctrtc. All In The Family .............. 6 Opua '72 .............. . . . . . . . . II A- 7:30 - . .,; NBC Action Playhouse Movie , .......... llawaH Flvc-O .,-..''.... Evening At Pone ...... * »:30 London Bridge Special Jlon Dellutn.s ......... Cftnnon .............. * 9:«» - Marcuji Wolby Evolution of a Tra£«!.v * 0:3» - OklahomR Forum This I» Your Life Governor And J. J All In The Family Coldrtlsgen .. Spanish -Review * 10:00 -News 2, 3. 5, 8, 7, S, 12, 16. 36 * l»:30 Johnny Carson .......... 2, 3, 3. 7 Dick Cavetl ................ 12 Movie ................ 6, 18. 36 Sesarne Street It Cartoon Clrciu ft Captain Kangaroo 6, 16. 36 * 8:JI - . New Zoo Revue 4 + 1:00 Sossrn« Street' 3 '.'. 6, 16. 38 8 2, 5. 1 Woman's^ World Lucille Ball Movie . . Dinah Shore * 9:30 6. 16. 36 Not For Women O n l y ....... I Romper ftoom 5, 8. 12 3. 7 Concentration Beverly Hillbillies ... GaHoping Gnnrmft .. * 10:00 Sale of the Century All My Children ... Family Affair 10:ZO- Luctlle,. Riven ..... * 10:30 Hollywood Squares . .. 12 .. S 2. 7 6. 3R IS Z, 3. S. 7 n .. 6. 16, SS PHILCO Coming Your Way - - The PHILCO- MATIC - *lie N»we'M, 'Hottest , At- '.ruelion in Phii^o Color TV's. ARCADE FURNITURE Hwy 71 S. In Springdale ' Thousands of Folks... check the TV directory every day . . . .ond they'll reed your ad In this spgce. It's priced at a special low monthly rale. For information call the Northwest Arkansoi TIMES, display advertising department 442-6242. 2, 3. S. 7 .. 6, 16, 38 ..._ !. 12 Love of I.Ife Bewitched . * I I : H _ Password 8, 12 MEET NEW FRIENDS You are a stranger but once at the Huddle Cliib. We arc known as Ihc Frleiiclllesl Place In Arkansas, The HUDDLE CLUB Highway 71, Faycttovllle Jeopardy '!, 1, 5, 7 .Where lha Heart I t, IS, 36 * 11:25- . Nowa : 16. 3« Co/fee Break 6 * 11:30 Table talk 5 Split Second », 12 Who, Wh»l, Where ........ 2, 3, .7 Search For Tomorrow .... 6, 16. 36 WEDNESDAY AKTERNOON- * H:H - ' N«w« . . . » , » , I. 7. M, 1« TV'.fllnga . » John Chick 8 Eyo On ArkanMa ·k 12:15 Women's Newtt .,·...«·,.......,. 10 Splendarati Thing Newlywed O«m« * 1:30 Doctor* ........ .. Guiding Light Dating Gnm« ...... Anolhbr World .: General Hospital Secret Storm 4 : H _ I, 3, 5. 7 ... (, 16, 36 .... I. U 2. i, S, 7 .. 5, S. 12 . 6. 1«, 38 II 'JO. n= t.uolll* Blvora I *·"!»:»-- . Melody M«tlnf« 7 Tjirco Ol\'A Mutch t..3, Si! I.ef. Mike A Pt.l I, 11 Al Tl« WarM TutM ». «. Jl *ll80 - , ' · · · · ' Day.i o( Our LlVM ...... Z, S, S, 7 _ _ Lov« It A iisny 'I Lov Lucy Return to t*eyion Place One Life' To Live .... Edge at Nljht * 3:M - ' My Three Sons Son*er*et Love, American Strl* . Dinah Shore Daniel Boone To T*ll The Truth .... Mr. Ed , ( Three On A Match ... C«rlxm 2. S, S, 7 t, U 6. 16. 36 . 6 , 16, 36 2, 3, 5, 7 «. 3. 36 Merv Grinm Concentrallon High Chaparral Petticoat Junction Fllntstonei Green AcreA .._ «... Bugs Bunny * :3« Rifleman Wild, Wild WMt Big Valley Green Acre.* I Love Lucy Wagon Train KSVP * 5i«« Tour-A-Rama To Tell The Truth Sc.iame Street Beverly Illllbllllca I Drenm of Jeannla ABC NCWJ ABC Newi » New J, 3, 5, «, 7, 1«, ;3fi Truth or Conjequenew I WEDNESDAY EVENING- * I:H MUter . 2. 3. S, 6, 7, 8. 1!. Lassie Green Acrea Death Valley Days ,Hcc Haw . . . Mary Tyler Moore 18 Electric Company IJiFlnt Patrol i Wanted: Dead or Alive 3 UHligan'a Island 5 ·* 7:00 ' David Steinberg . B. 36 ... II 16, 36 ... 38 ... 2 3 7 . . . 10 ... 11 . . . 1 2 16, 39 . II , 3, 5 . i, 12 . . A Public Affair* Election '73 Ailarn-12 ......... . ........ ! The Super ............... * 7:31 McCloud ............ .... 2, 3 X, 7 Movie ........................ II Corner Bar .................. 8. 12 * 8 : 0 » - Movlo . .......................... | Medical Center ......... 6, 16, 36 M«rty Feldman'i Comedy Machine .................... . 18 Kopycata * :» Night Gallery Mannl^ Indians for Indians * 9:35 -' Northeast Mull Book Beat * 10;00 News, Weather, Sports 2, 3, 5. «, T. !. * 10:30 - Nfovle Johnny Carson Dick Cavctl Oklahoma Sportaman ., * 11:00 ~ Dick C/ivctt -.... * I*:M - New* .,«' * 12:03 ~ Now« , i 18:15 - OklRhom.i Forum * IMS Film .......-a · \l. 1«,.^4 », 16..'!# 3, 3, «,' T ,.....:M4

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