Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 19, 1976 · Page 10
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10 · Northwest ArVcmsas TIMES, Monday/April 19, 1976 , _ FAlEnilVILLK, A R K A N S A S - . , ECO-LOGUE - ^CONTINUED FROM PAGE 7) ' '{'The whole emphasis of the futures program is on action, on actively planning and encouraging-the kind of world we want. We want to go out and meet tomorrow rather than just let. tomorrow' happen to us, Sfrice this future starts tomorrow, it's time today for students, as well as (he rest of the community, to take stock of the direction in which we are headed and to decide if, indeed, that is the way we want to go. According To Shelley Fabares Working Since T/iree Has Advantages Bring This Coupon and Receive 2 DINNERS FOR THE PRICE OF 1 Spaghetti with Mealsauce 1.90 Spaghetti with Meatballs 2.35 Ravioli . . . . . . : ' . . 2,00 Ravioli with Meatballs ...-.-. 2.45 Laiagne 2.75 All dinners with choice of soup or sslad bar and garlic toast. PIZZA PLANET 2530 No. College Fayerteville 521-8710 111 So. Thompson Springdale 751-3070 ' Dine In Only s May 14, 1976) Shelley Fabares doesn't try lo liirfe her age. "I think everybody in Mcrica saw me growing up on 'The Donna Rccd Show' -- and I left thnt 13 years ago -- so there's no sense, pretending I'm still , teen-ager/' cxpained the 32- 'car-old actress. . "Besides, as they say in Hie commercial, I ' m not g e t t i n g i', I'm gelling belter," Shelley continued, crossing he ingers (or luck. "Really, /ve never paid too much at- ention to age. It's exactly what :)aiuiy Thomas says'- as long as you have your health, age s wily a number," said Shelley; who portrays Danny's daughlei'- i-law in "The Practice," the comedy scries colorcast on television on Fridays. "It's not how tong you lived .hat counts, but hovs* much you've learned by living." she continued. Shelley started working as E model at age 3. Today she lins 29 years of experience'' under her'bcll. "I Ihink working-since 1 was a child has helped -me overcome that basic" ihsecm'H almost everybody'experiences "BROUGHT BACK BY MANY REQUEST" "ONE OF OUR BIGGEST HITS" - LAST CHANCE I TO SEE A Dim WESTERN CONTINUOUS FROM DARK 2 SHOWS NITELY -- 3 Showings Fri. Sat. PH . 7J1-8724 lielley .said. "Simply by tiirling so young. I have a mcklog of experience most jcoplc my a"i*c rton't have." S h e l l e y - progressed from noddling In tap dancing, then jccatne a motion picture extra, '1 worked on and off all during riy childhood but I was'never i child - 'star' yon know, with quotes," she said. "Jly child- iood was perfectly normal ami iiy' parents made it very cleai hat 1 I conlti work or not work, t was entirely up lo inc." ; During tins 'period,- Shelley ivas featured in three films. \yas a guest on television,' cmiUmiccl to dance and model, flien, at 14, she 1 began' 1 licr Hvt : year connection w i L h "The Doiina Hctd Show." When she retired From lhit scries at 19. slie made her tirsl trip lo Huwail lo f i l m "Ride Ihc Wild Surf." "I love Hawaii. Some (lay I'd like to live there at least thrcu or four months out 'of the yc maybe ituring hiatus from 'The Practice'," she said. SlicLley lived in Hawaii for six months each year during filming or previous . scries, · "The Little DAILY PROGRAM KTEW, Tulsa, Ch. 2 KTUL, Tulsa, Ch. 8 KYTV, Springfield, Ch. 3 KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Ch. 11 KOTV/ TUlS0 ' Ch * LISTINGS K.FSM, Fort Smith, Ch. 5 KODE ' Ch ' Programs subject to change without notice ,,, , KOAM, Pitrsburg, Ch. 7 ^ KUHI, Joplin, Ch. 16 ,«««, s m .«, w n»tneviua o · \AARNERCABLE at FayeltcTlU: 103 W. Mountain St. -- Phone 5n-773' Complete Home Entertainment Cthle Service All Area Televislun ofld . . . FM Radio Time · Weather · Special tvenh smile" witli Hriaii Kcilll. "I had t h e opportunity to cum aljmil an entirely different ciiHuro. I (earned a history of co|)lo that. 1 knew really milling about. I think (we of ho most exciliin! ll;i»Ks about eiii|! an -.'iielress is Ilie .up- portiiiiily il'-atfords to t r a v c 1 uul tn Ic-ai'il." Workinij since slie w a s ' 3 lias nad ; other advantages, according lo Shelley. She was a child tin-own into an adult world nml she learned lo deal will! different people aad different problems oh an adnll levelf Basically. I've learned t h a t life is ( o . he embraced ann t n i o y e d . Nobody else can do il ir you. it's.all »P to. you - nd it doesn't mater what age ml are." she concluded. ; · NEED HELP? For conlideuila' InlormaHon or assistance on: V.D., pregmuicy, drugs, . parents, school, vocation, runaways, elt. C»ll YOUTH HOT LINE MZ-Z6K2 ' . Snn. tlim Thurs., 7-11 p.m. Fri Bllrt Sat., 7-1Z p.m. CHIEU HANH's ORIENTAL FOODS iai'1 W . W a l i m l , Kogurs (across From Hoimnza on Hiway 71) A complete line of imported oriental foods. Fresh and dried seafoods and Chinese vegetables.. EVERYBODY WELCOME!"Open Daily from 9 AM to 7 PM MOVIES ON TV Monday Niah? 10:30 p.m. -- Ch. 6,14 "Spinoul" (1965) Diane McSain, DeboraK°Walley, Dodie Marshall Tuesday Night 10:30 p.m..-- Ch. 6,16 "R.P.M." (1970) Anthony Quinn, Ann Margret, Gary Lockwood 11:30 p.m. -- Ch. 8 "5hock-a-Eye, Baby" Fritz Weaver, Richard Mulligan, Jill Clayburgh Mathias Discount Stores Inc. · 221 S. Block £2 blks. scrttt courthouse) * EaslRale Shopping Center W e i f t t a Boot! lly: Tonr Lama, Justin Durargo and Nocona Work Booli Br- Red Wing tXew A RshtilH airiicg In Western We; MONDAY 'EVES1XO * 3:00 Brady Bumdi , N BliVS Heroes 5. 6. 16 H E A R I N G AIDS SALES SERVICE National] toowa brandi, WARDS HEARING AID DEPT. EVELYN HILLS PHONE 443-4591 Zoom Adam-32 Family Affair if 5:30 Inside Oklahon. _ NCHS 2. 3, 5. 6. 1. 3, 10, 1Z 16 * 6:00 -Ke WS 2, 3. 5, 6. 7. 10. 12 Dialogue, \rith Jerry LiUon EvenLnc Edilion wilti Martin * E S y - CARPETS CLEANED in your home or place of business by Von Schrader dry-foam method. No fuss · No muss No wlor Call today for free estimate. TRIPLE A CARPET CLEANERS 521-7355 SIS S. Doncan, Fayed United We Most Star/i Oklahoma In Review .. Uwrence Welk BLU Danre Odlrfoors Wild Kingdom 3. 7 if 7:00 -- Pilol 2, 3, F. Hhcrfa 6. 15, Azalea Festival V. S. A. Peop'e and Politics * 7:30 Phyllis 6. ID. Piccadilly ... if 8:00 -- All" fi! The family ...,. 6. 10, H if 8:30 - 6 10 I if 9:00 -Jigsaw John 2. 3, 5. Medical Center 6. · 1 Jack Van Impe Crusade 1 Anyone For Tennyson? 1 * 0 : 3 0 Kups " 10:00 -- ·AS .. _ ; . 2. J, 5, 6. 7. 8, 10, 12, 1 10:30 -- HAPPY HOUR 3 p.m.-7 p.m. Mon.-Sat. rUitog aimoiptere cf otir Nfw Ba(k iiw f»mti, (iptd muilc and our t* "Hlne OicklaiU." The Working Class Hero 21 N. Block 1-3 Mon.-Sat. SHELLEY FABAREvS, 32 AND HAPPY -ePi-ante Victory THIBODAUX, La. CAP) _ ouisiana's newest legislator is G. LePlcinle ,ir. of Gnlliano, a ndslide victor Saturday over Truer slate -Rep. Dick Grwh-y. LePlante, a lawyer and for- cr assistant district attorney Lafotirche Parish, polled G,! 9 voles to Gui dry's 4,200 in lofficiai figures from all 27 ·ecinels, the LaFourchc Par- h clerk o f ' court's office rc- ortccl. After 16 years in the stale 'gislalurD, Guidry huil an- nuncDd liis retirement last ear for business reasons. His cat was won by Nolly Tlieriot : Golden Mcariow, but The riot ied h efpre he c ould I akc of- cc. Guidry then changed liis nind and ran for another term. McHenrv' Claim* Posiiioninp OR Unfair SMART SHOPPERS WATGH TIMES ADS 7 DAYS A WEEK! LITTLE npCK (AP - Con g r c s s I o n a 1 candidate Bol Alcllcnry saici Suiulav the -vcr (ical posit inning of candidates' names on voting machine gives an unfair advantage, to tlic candidate whose name is on [lie lop line. .\ Mellcmy is a Demnenli canditiale for the 2nd Dislricl scat now held by Wilbur Mills. J IcI Ic nry said the Pi County Election Commission plans to = position candidates' names on Hie voting machines For the; May 25 primary in a vertical line up. . "Th'e-Eirst year we had v machines, in 1068 as 1 rccal (he positioning was vertical and nearly all the 'top line' candidate's won," he .said. Mcllcnry said a suit was fiEed · by a defeated candidate whose' name was on the holtom line, but that the case was dismissed because the election was over, making it a moot point. Don'l Lose business because oi an unanswered phone When il rings--We answer! FAYETTEVILLE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE, INC. 442-9827 We Rent Typewriters Rates By Month Humphries Typewriter Rentals 25 N. Black 521-2560 11:00 -,.-\. Feop'e and Politic; ry Hartman, Mary Hart snificeTil Marble Machln ing anrt the Resiles? L's Takc A Deal 11:30 - Lvcll TTiomas 1 ke My Advlc* uch For Tamo 1x1y Matinee ] My Children il DonaTiue .. 11:55 -BC News 7:30 - ··' - sun.wr, Survival Kit erne and Shirley .'. 8:00 - TUESDAY AFTfiRXOON 12:OD - hnp LXne i, ive of Life iblelalk .. * 12:15 -- tol Tacker if 12:25 -- , llclfenry said . claim was valid. The drawing for ballot, machine, positions will be Tuesday. iys Of Our Liv ; The World Tu * i:on -- . . Service Teaching P/oyrams -- ' .000 Pyramid B. * 1:30 -- ic Bank 8, , 2, 3, 5. uidinfi Light ;. E, 10. t 2:00 -- · ' 1] In The Family 6, 10. cneral ITospita] 8. wther World -2, 3. 5. 2:30 - lalch Game 6, 1». ileclric Company , NOW SHOWING Show Starts 7:15 a In Heview i'pr I-ake 11:01) - BiK Valley AliC ,»«.* Rcn * 11:30 -Mystery of the Wee* a Mary Hart man Ironside Jofiiiny Carson OJilahoma In R if 11:00 - Bfjr Valley ART! * 11:30 - Frx-.da: An American 2:00 - if 3:30 -Take My Advi tie Coolies n Rellsiow TOWTI Ra 1 ] Tuesday Morning if 6:15 ix-ht or Life if 6:20 - WED. THRU TUBS. STARTS 7:20 P.M Extrcltt Wuh Martjca , llomtolj of Me-IilatC * 7:00 Cas New* 10. TMay Good Morning John Chick 7:30 -- ·i ,r.e Sf*w TUESDAY RVENIN 5:00 .Ay Bunch ily Affair 7 Collcsc for C«nlAcs ..,- 11 Newi 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12, IS 6:00 -S 2, n, 5. G. 7. 8, 10, 16 with J-farHn Ap Horn's Hem * 6:30 - Bcvii1-h«l . Cor.ccnl ust rr nn win In Rtvl A M. OMahom if D:00 - jvc* is ni*ht ..*. 6, Etsame Slcc Celebrity Sn if 9:10 High Hotl if 10:00 Ga la Service Teaching Ftojtranu . . . . Vft.tel e,f Fwlur.e 2, 3, 1, \ 1 6, [n. id NOW SHOWING "ALL T1IK PRESIDENTS MEN" No Passes NEXT: "THE H1NDKNBUBG HELD OVER Winner of 5 Academy Awards "ONE FLB\V OVEI1 THE CUCKOOS NEST" H ) No On NEXT: "IIADY ]!LUE M A R I N E " NOW vSHOWiNG \lfral Ililclicock's 'FAMILY PLOT" (ro) NEXT: FIGHTING MAD HELD OVER 2ml WEEK PLUS "DUMBO"' "LIPSTICK" ( R ) NO ONE UNDEIi 17 NEXT: "TAXI DK1VEK" HELD 1 OVER 2ml WEEK Next: "The Duchess The Dirtwoler Fox" (PG).,. V NRXT: "RIDE A WILD PONY Old Fashion Thick Crusl or bur Original Thin Crusl Great Savings on America's Favorite Pizza with This Valuable Coupon Offer 'JV* 1 Tjlx IK~ I VALIIAfil f I'fylPnM t r a* m? I -.« ^.' I ?.~ Pizza JLon. { Your Choice) hion Buy Any OEd F Thick Cru*l Plua icgu'ai incou priw? and receive or.u Old Fashion ThlckCru Pitta of uqualor fess menu value free. Offer val o April 25111 ;uit Piiia ai tegular .enu piicc and recede vneOrlglnalThln Crusl Plu^o! equal 01 fess menu valuc'fjce. one coupon per visil FAMILY NIGHT BUFFET EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT FROM 6:00 TO 830 PM' ALL THE PIZZA S SALAD YOU CAM EAT FOR Si 79 " CHILDREN UNDER 6--90g 1821 Green Acres Rd. 443-5267 908 W. Sunsef Ave., Springdale 751-1004 Pizza inn Tlrm's * 10:30 -- Kollynood Squmj 2. 3, 5. I-ove fil M/e 6: WLTHTHf DEVIL When it comes to lunchtime at Bonanza, You can afford to be choosey! Chicken-Fried Steak $149 with country gravy TM Chopped Sirloin Steak $159 Both wilh your choice o( baked polalo or French fries, Texas loasl, and a visit to our big new Salad Bar! Make Lunch Special 11 AM to -1 PM, Monday Him Friday a 2336 North College/Fayetteville

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