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14 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Tuos.. April 23, 1974 FAVETTIVIULE, ARKANSAS Elect First Woman NEW YOHK AP) - Katharine Graham, publisher or Ihc Washington Post, has become the first woman to be elected tc the 18-nicmber board of The Associated Press. Three incumbents and three new directors were elected in balloting Monday nt the AP's annual membership meeting HELEN HELP US Make Mom The Mooch Move Out, Says Helen By HELEN AND SUE BOTTKL STARTS WEDNESDAY "SERPICO" 8:05 ManyofhlsfeKow officers considered trim the most dangerous man aljve-an honest cop. STRAIGHT FROM THE PAGES OF THE BESTSELLER. . . . ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEE BEST ACTOR ALPACINO "SERPICO" Ctfw by TECHWICDLOFT A Paramount Re^ass -- PLUS -MICHAEL. J. POLLARD "DIR1Y LITTLE BILLY" THE EXORCIST Held Over 8th Week Frt..$Ql..F»t. 7:00-9:30 Sun. Thru Thurj. F«t. 7:45 Sun.Motln««-2P.M. All Sects $3.00 No Passes- No Ont Und.r 17 Admrtt.d O Z A R K Foy«ti»vill»--442-451 Open 6:45 . ·Fet. 7:10 ·fflTnnfpiluTil Sun. Mat ·«c»'»'*ii 11 yw«i«in« 2 p.m. '"·'"· MU.WWRUN ROBERT KOrORO "rol THE STING WINNER OF SEVEN ACADEMY AWARDS Including Best Picture Op»n :4S NOW SHOWING AT MALCO I AND II (PC/ Sun. - Thurs. 7:15-7:45 F r i . - S a t . 7:00-8:20-9:40 Sun. Mat. 2:00 gone!/ the romance that UJQ//O divine.' 3 mmav'ppoaxnon OF Open 7:00 RO66RT ,,, 16DFORD FflRROUU DOWKTOWN--41 Mitt Sun.-Thurs. 7:45 Fri, Sat. 7:00*9:30 Sun, Mat. 2 p.m. "THE EXORCIST" «" Winner 2 Acndcmy Awards Dear Helen: My mother lives with us. She lius the best room in the house - we moved upstairs for her, I do all her laundry, mending cleaning, cooking, etc. while she enjoys TV or gads around. She m a k e s long-distance calls burns her light day and night, and expects special treatment, though she isn't sick. We wouldn't mind all this except my brother, the drinker gambler, is her pet. He makes twice as much as my husband, but loses it eU (he races, then comes crying to Mom to pay his rent and other bills, plus child support to his divorced wife. She oven pays for vaca tions ho takes with his girl Friend. Mom goes out to eat with him several times a week. She foots [he bill. She gave him a ear for his birthday. Baby brother always lays on her for all his c-xtras. But our four children don't get outstanding gifts from Jieir grandmother! She never offers to help us out. money- e. saying she's my mother, and I should keep her, free of charge. Since- brother spends all her Social Security and part of her savings each month, is there my solution? -- J.R. DearJ.: Yes! Move Mom over to Baby Brother's apartment. Since he gets all of her money, he should also have the- privilege of her company. -- H. ARKANSAS INSTRUMENT TV RADIO SERVICE Free Pickup Deliver) "Color Specialists'' 443-5552 or 412-9356 Slereo equipment at 15-30% off. Call for ro? catalog. KWY. 62 W. f FW'FVtlJ NOW SHOWING Open 7:30 --"Glide" 8:00 Dear Helen: When I first met my husbanc he had a beard. After dating a couple of months, my face broke out in a rash. I finally convinced him to shave clean - it was a choice between kisses or hair, and love won. Now we're married, and he's started to grow back his beard. Again, I've got the rash on my face. 1 hate that beard, but he hsitcs to shave. I guess kissing isn't as important to him any more, but do you suppose if I threatened to get my hair cut real short (which he hates) and stopped shaving my legs and underarms, he'd get rid of that awful hair? He's so handsome without a beard! -- Wants A Smoothie Drar WAS: Since beards are going out, you probably won't have this problem much longer. Meanwhile, treat the rash with abstinence and announce you've thrown away your razor loo. But don't nag...just let your husband overhear you making an appointment for a short haircut. -- H. Dear Helen: "Can't Believe H" commented on anti-Semitic bumper stickers and feared a return of the Hitler holocaust. You stated few hale-signs only indicate the warped thinking of a few people who flaunt them." Could I remind you that in Germany, Jews and Christians lived side by side in harmony until 1933 when Hitler and his "few who flaunted hate" spread anti- Semitism throughout the country. The result: 13 million people were murdered in concentration camps. You also said. "If your brothers and cousins were in the Fsracli Army, wouldn't you wish bad luck to their enemies?" It so happens my cousins and friends are fighting and dying in this war between the Israelis and the Arabs. I wish victory for Israeli, hut T also wish for leace - anything to stop young tnen and women from dying. lISr/BLUE E5]«S3 United Artists -- PLUS -BURT REYNOLDS ; WHITE LIGHTNING DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketehant ·vn 'FLORENCE rJlSHT|rJS4L£ AMD * CWRAfiiARIOrJ-DSEE Atrocities In Mozambique Reported By British Paper NOW SHOWING "SOUNDER" with CICELY TYSON and PAUL WINF1ELD -- PLUS -- "CULPEPPER CATTLE COMPANY" be they Israeli or Arab. If you don't think a few people shouting "Hate the fews" can start a new wave of Jew-baiting in this country, 'on must be very naive, or ex- remely optimistic. I'm no pessimist, but I am -- Afraid PH. 751-8724 CONTINUOUS FROM DARK THE DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a. m. $1.40 Value STEAK and SHAKE $100 1 Charcoal Steak Sandwich Your Choice of Chocolate or Vanilla Shake Special Good Mon. thru Sot, minute man ftntcmbar WAan \au'rt hungry... it only tfkft » mtntitemtiil 529 N. College 52l-IOfi2 32-1 W. Dlckson 413-3123 LONDON (AP) -- Portuguese commandoes in Mozambique have been ordered to take no prisoners in their jungle war against guerrillas and .have massacred hundreds of tribesmen, a British newspaper said today. The Manchester Guardian, a liberal d a i l y , said it had o b t a i n e d a secret report on military atrocities in the Portuguese colony Southeast Africa. It said the report was compiled by middle- ranking Portuguese army officers, all veterans of the 10- year-old conflict. The report backed up claims by Roman Catholic mis- ionaries last year that troops slaughtered the people of Wiri- yamu village in 1972 and committed other atrocities in the war against guerrillas of the Mozambique Liberation Front, or Frelimo, The Guardian said the officers prepared the dossier after the government dismissed Gen. Antonio de Spinola as deputy chief of staff of Portugal's armed forces last month. He advocated a political rather than military solution to the costly African wars. Spinola, a respected and popular veteran of the fighting, found support for his ideas among young army officers, and after his dismissal a group of them staged a brief rebellion. The Guardian said the report -- Portuguese commando units have been told to "avoid taking prisoners and wounded" in their operations against Fre- !imo and its supporters and have been given "a licence to kill." --The Wiriyamu massacre- in which about 400 men, women and children were reported to have died--was ordered, along with other mass killings in Mozambique's Tele province, by the region's military commander. --The Tete commander sent a unit into the Wiriyamu zone with express orders to "mop up the ground and kill any living soul as the region was 100 per cent terrorist." The massacre was carried out by a "commando company," and was verified by eyewitness accounts from "a miltary element who took part." Violence On Wane In NBC, CBS Fall Series By JAY SHAIUKJTT NEW YORK (AP) - Hollywood's blank cartridge Industry, which enjoyed boom times during television's much- crltlclzcil shoot-cm-up era ot the I n t o 1950s, faces R bleak outlook next season. And il may get worse. A look at till) NBC and CBS program lists for next fall shows TV gunfire and other violence, already on the wane amid continued heat from Con gross and citizens' groups, con tlnu'es to decrease. ABC has not yet announced its fall schedule. Shows emphasizing what the trade calls "human values" are on the rise, with the exception of CBS' new "Planet of the Apes" series, which is serious monkey business. Excluding made-for-TV films or recent movies, which may or may not have violence, there'll still be the sounds of guns blasting and bodies falling, albeit on a controlled scale, next fall on NBC and CBS. But save for three shows in which mayhem might occur-- "Gunsmoke." "NBC Sunday Mystery Movie" and "Adams'--none of the potentially violent series in the new CBS-NBC lineups airs until 9 p.m. EDT. when most of the nations younger viewers theoretically are abed. LESS VIOLENCE The strongest indication of the trend toward less violence at any hour is in NBC's new lineup. Out of 12 new entries one is a situation comedy, two are comedy-dramas aiid five are "human value" series. CBS, which gave the last category impetus by sticking with "The Waltons" through lean ratings times, also is keepiiv pace. Only one of ils new series, a gumshoe saga named "Manhunter," portends gunpowder. In addition to "Planet of the Apes," its other new wares arc two sitcoms, "Rhoda" and "The Paul Sand Show," and t h r e e n e w "human values" series, two of which are half- hour comedy-dramas. The two are "The Love Nest," about an elderly couple on Social Securily, and "We'll Get By," created by Alan Alda of Uie "M-A-S-H" g a n g and concerning the lives of a suburban New Jersey family. NBC's five contributions to the "human values" movement are: --"Born Free," based on the African wildlife book of t h e safe name. PLAINS SERIES --"The Little House on the Prairie," an American plains series, set in the 1890s and based on the classic books by Laura Ingalls Wilder. "The Rangers." about the activities of the U.S. Forest Service. --"Petrocelli," about a Harr ard-educaled big ri'y lawyer who hangs out his shingle in a Southwestern cattle town. --"Lucas Tanner." about a b i g league pitcher-turned- snorlswriler who becomes n high .ichool teacher after the (ieiith of his wife uiid young son. All thoio shows are nn hour long. Two half-hour shows described as corned;* dnnrtiis. are "Chlco nntl the Man," about an embittered garngc ovvucr and his brash young Chlcano "part- ner," ami "Sunshine," nbniit a young musician who's supporting an orphan tfli'l. NBC's eighth nonviolent nl- fcring for the fall Is n sitcom called "Second Start," about a successful businessman wlw gives it all up lo enter medical school with the help ot his family. . Recycled Manure Holds Promise As A Feed Substitute WASHINGTON (AP) -- T h e Agriculture Department says poultrymcn can increase egg profits sharply if they recycle chicken manure back into the birds by adding it to their feed. Economists say further that chicken manure also shows promise as a feed substitute for beef cattle. Conumers, they say, will not he able lo tell any difference in eggs and hamburgers. For some years experiments have shown that manure contains nutrients which can be salvaged by recycling it into livestock feed. Now. USDA said Monday, the practice is "economically feasible." A detailed study and cost analysis were included in a report, "Recycling Poultry Waste as Feed--Will It Pay?" The department's Economic Research Service answers that it will particularly for larger egg farmers. The report dealt primarily ivith DLW--dried layer waste-which accumulates in hen houses where eggs are produced. Traditionally, manure vvas spread on the land as fertilizer. But today's large York Is Freed ST. LOUIS (AP) - The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has overturned the conviction of Little - Rock native Thomas Lee York on a draft evasion charge. York, 33, was convicted and sentenced last November to ;hree years in prison for having 'ailed in May 19G3 lo keep his :ocal draft board informed of his current address. York testified at his trial last 3ct. 11 and 12 thai he had not eft the country in 1962 to avoid -he draft but because he had 'elt a "compulsion" to go into ;he wilderness. York left the United States more than 1ft years ago for Canada and since ias become an ordained minister for the United Church of Canada and a Canadian citizen. poultry operations often lack enough land to utilize this disposal method. Tests show that the most profitable formulation is a feed containing 12.5 per cent DLW, the report said. Costs of preparing manure for feed ranged between $25 and $46 per ton, depending on the size of hen flocks. The lower costs were for blocks of 80.000 chickens and the higher rate for flocks of 10,. 000 birds. DISPOSAL SYSTEMS "Since economically and nutritionally a layer operation can only incorporate a portion of the poultry manure back into the feed,- alternative disposal systems must still be considered," the report said. "For example, if a layer operation feeds DLW at the optimum level of 12.5 per cent, only 40 per cent of the poultry manure produced is recycled into feed." : The economists said chicken manure in its normal state contains about 72 per cent water and 28 per cent solid material. It weighs about 60 pounds per cubic foot. But after processing at high temperatures, the manure becomes DLW. weighs only 17 pounds per cubic foot and contains only 10 to 15 per cent moisture. "Dried layer waste is odorless, light brown and resembles soybean meal," the report said. Each pound of fresh manure yields about 0.25 pounds of Economists said DLW is "a reasonable substitute" in feed for normal rations of yellow corn, soybean meal or sorghum grain. Tests showed net savings for a flock of 80,000 birds were increased $9,783 or 22 per cent the report said. Waste from broiler chicken houses where manure often is blended with litter, can be fed to beef cattle if put in sealed silos and allowed to a g e . In about two months, the report said, the waste is converted into a sweet smelling" and tasty mixture for cattle feed DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to chance without notice KTEW, Tulso, Channel 2 (Channel 8 on cable in Fayettcvllle) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulso, Channel KOAM, Pittsburgh, Channel 7 KTUl, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Channel I «i cabl. [n Faycttevlllc) KOED-TV(ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, Joplin, Channel 12 KUHJ, jopiin, Channel 16 (Channel 9 on cabr« l n Fayettevlllc) CABLE TELEVISION NBC-CBS-ABC etv 9 CH, TV Time -- Weather -- Music 9 Channels -- FM Radio, All on "The Cable" WARNER CABLE of Fayellevlll* Phone 521-7730 MOVIES ON TV Tuesday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 5-8-12 "Planet Earth" (1974) John Saxon, Janet Margolin, Ted Cassidy 10:30 p.m. C h . - 6 - 1 6 -- "Husbands" (1970) Peter Folk, Ben Gazzara, Jenny Runacre Wednesday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 -- "loving You" (1957) Elvis Presley, Lizabeth Scott, Wendell Corey 8:00 p.m. Ch; 8-12 - "Wedding Band" (1974) Ruby Dee, J. D. Cannon, Eileen Heckarf 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 - "Madron" (1970) Richard Boone, Leslie Caron, Gobi Amrani AUTO INSURANCE $2,000 Medical · $50,CflD Liability · Uninsured Motorist · 5 Year Renewable Guarantee Safe $4 £k ^|* Q u a r , e r Drivers JLO.DU Premium McCARTNEY-FAUCETTE Phone 442-2335 2149 N. 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Jokers Wllrl '"' IB It's Your Bet " 12 Tatlletales '."e 16 Movie » Dinah Shore 2 6 7 *· 9:30 ' ' SIO.OOO Pyramid e IS Jeopardy 2 5 7 Love. American Stylo .. 12 * 10:00 - Wl/ard of Odda 2 3, 5 7 Gambit .. . . . . . . . . . 6 16 All My Children '.' ' 12 * 10:30 Hollywood Squares . . . . 2 3 S 7 Brady Hunch 8 1 2 Love a! Llfo .'.'.'. ( |» * 10:55 C o f f e e Break « News jft * M : M Jackpot M l k o Ooutlai S 5, 7 ............. The YOIIHK and tleille!! . . . . «, H PaAsworrl ·k 11:30- , l 12 Cclelirlly Swccpslakes ...... 1. S. 7 Search for Tomorrow ........ «. i9 Split Second . . . . . . . I, 12 11:55 News .. . . .............. 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Sesame Street Bonanza Mcrv G r i f f i n * 4:30 Lucy Show Beverly H i l l b i l l i e s Bonanza Green Acres , * 5:00 World Report Andy Griffith Truth or Conscriuences Mister Itoxcra To Tell The Truth . . . . News BUY YOUR CARPET DIRECT FROM THE LOCAL PEOPLE THAT MAKE IT. WHERE YOU GET THE BEST AND SAVE THE MOST. Lawrence Carpel Millj, Inc. HIGHWAY fiS WEST 751-7961 SI'RINGDALE, ARK. ... I 2 | * 6;00-- "· j f j N e w s 2. 3. 5. 9 7, « 12 , .'. e i ' n s ' d e Oklahoma Education '.. .. 16 * 6:30 ... 1 Dragnet , ... 2 Ifogan's Heroes . . . 5 Hollywood Squares ..'.'.'.'. 3 · ·· · Trench Cher '' To Tell Thc Truth". Walt Ti: Your Knthcr Get* "' .«i Home ... 3 ... 5 ... 1 .. 11 .... e ... a .... a ,... 7 ... 12 ,._ J 18 8 '.'.'.'.'.'" 11 '.'.'.'." 5, » I, 3. 5. t. * ::;o New* Twilight 7jL Kbctrlo Co ' " ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' Truth or CoruequencM WEDNESDAY EVBNINO- 7, I! . . 16 .. 11 .. I VV.ishington Connection Chase Jacques Coustcau I American Parade * 7:30 Theater In America * 8:110 ABC Thealrc Movlo Cannon * 0:00 - Kojnk * 111:00 News * 10:30 y In Senrch of the Sintlnz Cowtxy Movie J o h n n y Canton ' * U:00 Tomorrow ; News * 1:00 - Tiilsn Youlli Forum ... 2. 3, .. 5, 8 .. * 3. 5, .. 6. 6 It 2, 3. S, 6. 7, 8, 12. 16 , j. 2. 3, 5 3, S.

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