Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 29, 1974 · Page 14
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 29, 1974
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i Ncrthwe»t Arkontai TIMES, Man., April 29, 1974 _FAY«TT«'/iLLE, ARKANSAS ·' Controls Favored LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Gpv. Dale Bumpers said Sunday that an extension of wage-price controls was ncrJcd to curb inflation. ·' Bumpers said he was dis- ·ayed t l i a t Congress would let the controls expire Wednesday. He s a i d - t h a t a shortage of supplies und a large amount of money floating to buy those supplies creates Inflationary pressures. ARKANSAS INSTRUMENT TV RADIQ SERVICE Fr» pickup ft Deliver) "Color SpeclilIiU" 443-5552 or 412-9356 llerea equipment at 15.30% ·H. Call for fre* caUIX. On«n 6:45 9:30 Sun. Mat 2 p.m. UA Residence Halls Name New Officers Bill Hnndshy of Duncan. Okla. hits been named the outstanding senior of the UA Residence H a l l Association. He is the immediate past president of the 1UIA. Olliw students honored by the RHA at its awards dinner recently wore Chris [''ricks of Jacksonville, a resident of P o m f r c t Hall, outstanding junior; Rebecca Dickey ol Pine B l u f f , Pomfret Elall, outstanding sophomore; and Brooks Bell of Little Rock. Pomfret Hall, outstanding freshman. Jim Oslecii, assistant director of housing at Ihe UA was presented a plno.ue "In appreciation for his service to residence halts during the liist three years." I T S T A R T S M O N D A Y 1 ROBERT ntofOfio 1; THE STING WINNER OK SEVEN ACADEMY AWARDS Including Best Picture Ftt. 7:20 _ ''* ·MUUMVTMKAMIMrUW Su P. Mat 2 p.m. Ends Thurs. OP.H NOW SHOWING AT MALCO I AND II Sun. -Thurs. 7:15-7:45 Fri.- Sat. 7:00-8:20-9:40 SUn. Mai. 2:00 gone [/ the romonce that LUO//O divine: flJflCHOflVTOnFIUTl mm 36DFORD FRRROUU TH6 GRCfiT GRT/6V Op«n 7:00 1 Sun.-Thuri. 7:45 Fri. Sat. 7:00-9:30 Sun. Mat. 2 p.m. ENDS THURSDAY "THE EXORCIST" (I " Winner 2 Acndemy Awards ACHOISFKOHUli Feature 7:30 p.m. GEORGE C. SCOTT in "Film Flam Man" Feature 7:30 p.m. FANTASTIC PLANET ' 'ol never outgrow your need for milk. tiuiiuuiiM Q_ HELEN HELP US Will Nobody Choose Politics In Future? Dy HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL Kiiitiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHinniiiiiiiiraimiiiTM Dear Unp: After rending a nationwide student survey which revealed. Hint 88 per cent of high schoolers think public officials arc dishonest in some way. I U-ied mi informal survey in my classes. I asked how many students wanted to make politics their careers? Not one said, "Yes. 11 To "Why not?" they answered. "Too dirty." "You can't slay honest," "You can't accomplish anything for Ihe red tape." "Whatever you say is used against you..." My question is. if idealistic young people are universally turning away from politics, who's to run the country in generations to come? -Teacher Dear Teacher: And ray answer is, "Look back!" When you were in high school, did you or any of your peers consider politics, as a career? Yet your generation and mine produced a bumper crop of politicians, good and bad, It's true, teenagers rate public officials very low, but then those in power have always been bad-mouthed: Long before Watergate, a nationwide poll indicated Americans trusted NOW SHOWING "SERPICO" 8:05 Many of his fellow officers considered Nm themosl dangerous man aHva-an honest cop. STRAIGHT FROM THE PAGES OF THE BESTSELLER . . . ACADHMY AWARD NOMINEE BEST ACTOR ALmCINO K Coior by TECHNICOLOR' A Paramount Retflsa -- PLUS -ROBERT MITCHUM "The Friends Of Eddie Coyle" THE UNIVERSITY-NORTH ARKANSAS SYMPHONY AU Ballroom, Foyetreville FRIDAY/MAY 3, 1974 8 P.M. Rogers High School Auditorium SUNDAY, MAY 5, 1974 3 P.M. SYMPHONY CONCERT Conductor: Theodor AVITAHL PROGRAM: BLOCK, BIZET, GRIFFES, SIBELIUS, BEETHOVEN, RACHMANINOFF, PUCCINI, DEBUSSY, GERSHWIN SOLOISTS: Teresa Fream, Glenda Sloat, Ellen G. Hicks, Denise Oler, Lyndall Coffield, John Purifoy, Rita Savage, Margie Austin, Mike Rice This program was assisted in part by grant-in-aid From the National Endowment for the Arts, through the Office of Arkansas State Arts and Humanities of the Department of Planning. ADMISSION FREE "Little Joe" Special IS BACK Every Tuesday, all day during the month of April, Bonanza Sirloin Pit will serve a little tenderness for the whole family. includes 6 oz. Top Club with Buttery Baked Potatoe, Hot Texas Toast, Tossed Salad with choice of dressing. II Feed a family of 4 for less than 8.00 BONANZA SIRLOIN PIT Phone 521-3565 heir "leaders" scarcely more han they trusted used air salesmen - which was precious ittlel But they still turn out o vote. Likewise, some ot Ihese dcalistic young people, who swear they woujd never got 'nvolved in government, may ,'calizc later on that government needs them. It's pretty lard projecting yourself in the ·ole of a Congressman or Scnn- or when you're under 18. -- iclen Teacher: Maybe your use of the word 'politics" turned students off. lad yon asked, "How many would like careers in government?" you might have seen quite a few "Yes" votes. But iicntion "politics" and immediately people think of wheeling and dealing, and unkept prom- ses, and slick operators who'd do anything for a vote. It's almost as dirty a word as "Berkeley student" was back in the rioting 'CDs. and with as little reason, for only a few - those who get the {Aiblicity - deserve he mud. (And perhaps they lon't deserve all the mud they're getting.) Since we can't upgrade the mage, could we eliminate the name? I know several in my age group who might run for lublic office, but they'd highly ·esent being called "politi- :ians." -- Sue Dear Rap: Would it be okay to send a 'riend I don't know very well i sympathy card? He's had a ;errible run of luck. Last week at school he got justed, just because he had two joints in his pocket. He was ucky in one way, because he vas holding lids, and they didn't find those. His parents found his stash pipes and broke them all, and he had a nice selection too! ^ow they've got him on restric- ion. Besides, he just got out of a cast after being in a motorcycle accident last year. He's a good dude, but like about half the school, he imokes pot. Never uses any- .hing else. Seems like he's inxed, and so, how about a iympathy card from me? -Sorry For Him Dear SB'H: Even though this dude brings i lot of his jinxes on himself here's no harm in sending him i sympathy note. -- Sue Dear Sorry: How about saying it in per- on? Let him know you're sorry ic's in trouble, but don't en- :ourage him to break the law igain. That is, use sense with 'our sympathy. Okay? -- Helen Court Suit ABC 'Epic In Bloat' Part I Is On Tonight by JAY SlIARliUTT NEW YORK (Al) -- During Ihe good old days ul Cnpu Kennedy, the acrosuucc folks had a tine definition of un elephant: A mouse built to NASA specifications. The concept Is revived tonight on ABC-TV. Substitute "Hollywood" (or "NASA" and you've a fair Idea of the first part of "QB VII," a mammoth TV movie adapted f r o m Leon Urls' novel. Tonight's effort Is generally a three-hour epic in bloat. However, don't miss the second Installment Tuesday night. It's vastly superior, with particularly brilliant performances by England's Anthony Quayle and Anthony Hopkins. "QB VII, a nickname for an English court, is about a libel suit that actually was brought against Uris in 1054. The man filing the suit is a distinguished Polish-born doctor accused in a book by a Jewish- Public School Arf To Be Shown At UA The Arts Center Gallery will have its annual exhibit of Public School Art April 29 through May 15, according to Mrs. Martha Sutherland, Gallery coordinator. The show has been expanded this spring and it includes art by students from Southwest and Central Junior High Schools and the High School at Springdale, and also from the Prairie Grove High School. Mrs. Sutherland said, "We are hoping that this particular exhibit will grow in the future to become a true regional show." The Arts Center . Gallery is open each week day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. American author of performing criminally experimental operations on fellow inmates at a Nazi concentration camp In Poland during World War It. The Uris book, despite its 4211- page length, at least had the virtue of being taully written iind directed. Not so ill the case of the first three hours of.'the film version. It seems to take forever In telling the separate prctrial stories of the writer, portrayed by Ben Gazzara, and the doctor, played by Hopkins. Instead of setting the stage it nearly demolishes it, especially In chronicling the writer's postwar rise from war hero to best- selling novelist to famous, successful and disillusioned Holly wood scriptwriter. SOURED WRITER The movie's scribe is the sort of soured writer who offers his mistress such lines as: "Everything I write turns to junk. I'm going to he the best junkwriter there is--and that's awful." So is tonight's opening episode, save for its closing scenes. At issue is whether the doctor collaborated with Nazi physicians in removing healthy reproductive organs from thousands of Jews--without anesthetics--as part of medical "experiments" at the camp. But not all the retold horror is in court testimony. There's one particularly gripping scene in which the empty, intact concentration camp is revisited by a Polish security chief, the writer and a key witness, a former inmate who served as a medical clerk and kept records on all "operations" performed there during the war. A lot has been made of the fact "QB VLV 'is one of the most costly--$2.5 million--and longest movies ever made for 1'V. Unfortunately, tonight's show may convince viewers hat all this was wasted. But I hope they won't pass up 1'uesdny's three-hour closing segment. It's a strong and very Tightening reminder of what Happened in those concentration camps and what still could happen anywhere. It'll leave you wondering how the movie's creators could make such an incredibly poor start and such an absorbing, powerful ending. Deane To Receive Freedom Award Ernie Deane. assistant pro fessqr of journalism at the University of Arkansas, will be honored by the UofA Press Club at its meeting Wednesday. The Club is planning a special program during which Deane will be presented with the Freedom Awaid be received recently from the Freedom Foundation of Valley Forge, Pa. The meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. in room 113 of the Communications Building. Sam Schwieger of Huntsville, who nominated Deane for the Free dom Award, will be the speaker at the program. Deane received the Freedom Award for a column he wrote entitled, "It's Our America." Dies After Surgery ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- G.T 'Tom" Willey, 72. a top officia of Martin-Marietta Aerospace Corp. and a founder of Florida Technological University, diec Saturday after open-heart sur gery in Texas. ALL WEEK SPECIAL APRIL 29-MAY 6 2309 North College Today In History ly THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today Is Monday. April 29, .he 119lh day of 1074. There are 240 days left tn the year. Today's highlight in history: On this dale in 1945 American oldiers fighting In G e r m a n y iberated 32,000 Nazi victims at h e Dachau concentration camp. On Ihls dale: In 1429, Joan of Arc entered Orleans and won a victory over he English. In 1639, the colonial settlement of Newport, R.I., was ounded. In 18G2, New Orleans (ell to Union forces during the Civil War. In 1894. a b a n d of jobless men known as Jacob Coxey'a Army swarmed into Washing- on to seek relief from Con- Jress. In 1046, 28 former Japanesu eaders were indicted in Tokyo as war criminals. In 1965, Australia decided to send troops to South Vietnam to assist in the struggle against the Communists. Ten years ago: Princess Irene of the Netherlands and Prince Carlos of Bourbon-Parma were married in Rome. Five years ngo: Duke Ellington, the composer and musician, was presented the Presidential Medal for Freedom by President Nixon at a White House ceremony. One year ago: Israel decided :a e.xpand the civil rights of its 336,000 Arab citizens to' reward the Israeli Arab community for loyalty. Today's birthdays: Emperor Hirohito of Japan is 73 years old. Duke Ellington is 75. Poet Rod McKuen is 41. HWY. 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News ........ 2, 3. 5. 6, 7. 12, 8 To Tell The Truth 2 Untamed World 3 Wild Wild World of Animals .. 7 Open Door 11 FJrehouse 5 Hofian's Heroes 16 Let's Make A Deal ............. 12 * 7:00 Rookies . . . .............. ....... j, g Enerjgy Crisis: End of the Beginning? ............ ..... n His Land . ., ............. . ..... 12 Magician .................... 2, 3, 7 Gunsmoke .................. 6 16 ·fr 8;no Nation's Economy Out of Control . , ................... H Here's Lucy ..... "... .......... 0 ie if 8:30 Dick Van Dyke ............ 6 16 A- 9:08 Medical Center .............. 6 16 Washington Straight Talk .... 11 1974 COLOR TV NOW "AT" ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound Z333 N. College 442-8575 Today's Yoga * 10:09 News . . ...... 11 2, 3 6, 7, IB Johnny Carson 2. 3, 7 Movie 6. 18 BUY YOUR CARPET DIRECT FROM THE LOCAL PEOPLE THAT MAKE IT. WHERE YOU GET THE BEST AND SAVE THE MOST. Lawrence Carpet Mills, Inc. 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B S«*Atn« Stre«t 13 * 8:30 Oklahoma: Tuesday 1 * S:M - 3-A.M g Dinah Shore 2, 5, 7 Sesame Street 3 Joker's Wild . 10 Movie 8 It's Your Bet 12 * 9:30 Gambit 6, 16 Jeopardy 2, 5. 7 Love American Style 12 * 1I:M- Now You See It B. 16 Wizard of Odds .'.... 2. 3. 5 7 All My Children 12 Hollywood Squares .... 2, 3. 5 7 Love of Life 6, 16 Brady Bunch 8. 12 * 10:55 Coffee Break ft News 19 * 11:M- Pajwword Mike D«UfUj JacXpot Younu and the Restles* 3, 5. 7 ... 16 Split Second 8 U Dafne 3. 5. 7 Search for Tomorrow 8, 16 * 11:53 - New« ». f. 7 TUESDAY AFTERNOON * 11:14\U My Children .., · Newi 2. «. 7. 12. 16 Phil Donahue 3 Tahlelalk I 1Z:15 Leave It to Carol . .. 12:30 Three on a Match . ., As the World Turns Lei's Make a Deal .. * 12:35 Melody Matinee ..... !:«*- G u i d i n g I.lzht ....... Days of Our Live* . Newlywed Game .... * 1:J»- Kdgc of Night ....... Girl In My Life .... Doctors ......... * ?:K- Prlce l-n night ....... 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