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14 Nenhwett Arkamat FÂ»yrrrtviLLÂ«. TIMCS, Men., May 20, 1974 DRIVHN THEATRE NOW SHOWING i un, Mat " t ^ fl VÂ»f J-5J 1 f.m. MU NEWMAN THE STING W I N N E R OF SEVEN ACADEMY AWARDS Including Best Picture Ftt. 7:30 9:20 Sun. Mil 2 p.m. Funniest Western since "Cat. Ballon" (g) Mel Brooks S71DDLES Nm . WVr,71H.Â«Â»LUMMUa A2MH9 . an i:Â» Fet. 7:15 a; 9:10 (Â·Â» Gregory Peck Desi Arnc? Jr. n. n s. 4 nonius MUJ Fet. Sun.-Thuri. 7:45 Fri.-Sat. 7:OO-1:W tun Mat. 2 p.m. (PC) l?sr GRT/SV Sun. Wat. 2 4 P.M. Fet. Biteuit 7:00 -- Cat Â»: (G1 Walt Disney DOUBLE FEATURE "That Darn Cat" "The Biscuit Eater" The TIMES It On Top of ThÂ« Newt Seven Day* a Week ARKANSAS INSTRUMENT TV RADIO S E R V I C E Free Pickup * DellÂ»erÂ» "Celer SswclalilH" 443-55SZ or 442-S35* lS-Â»% ejai Â·H. Call 1*r tree Book Selected A book edited by Dr. William C. House, professor of q u a n t i t a - tive management science in the University ol Arkansas College of Business Administration, has been picked as the main selection for May of the prestigious Library of Computer and Information Sciences. The book, entitled "Data Base Management," was described by the Library as a "practical, user-oriented, wide-ranging volume lucidly surveying every important aspect of data processing management." Robert Redford .'Jeremiah Johnson' A SYDNEY POLLACK FILM The man who became a legend. The film destined to be a classic! ROBERT F1EDFORD in A Sydney Pollack Film "JEREMIAH JOHNSON" A Joe Wizan-Sanford Production Â· Co-Slarring WILLGEER ALLVN ANN McLERIE Â· STEFAN GIERASCH Â· CHARLES TYNER Â· And I riliod u cing n HI E B OLTON - M usic by John Rub hstein a n d Tim M clnliie Screenplay by John Mil ius and Edward Anhall .Pioduced by JoeWJ/'aa Direcled by Sydney Pollack - Panavision^.Tecrintcolor'-- Ctletulma WainÂ«i Broi, SOili A m i , Â« n Â« i y * A Warn*r Com *un!califlnÂ» company ONE WEEK ONLY! MALL TWIN CINEMA #2 MINITEK #1 (Ft. smith) STRAND (Clarksville) OPENING FRIDAY, MAY 24 (Pan Ust Suspended) Check Theatre* tor Show Times Goodbye m Â· Â· Â· m Say (jootJoye to Ihe same old ho-hum meals. Get Kentucky Fried Chicken and lixln's and start your family laughing, smiling, and having a good time together MOUTH OF MAY SPECIAL 1.00 off Buy 12-Pc. Bucket or 21-Pc. Barrel offer Good At Any of Don Carr's fnÂ«d ^k 514 North College 2768 North College Fayetteville Si loam Springs -- Bentonvilie "The Colonel Will Cater" Have a barrel of fun/' HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL Long-Kept Secret Is Best Not Told Dear Helen: 1 was pregnant when 1 married, hut my hsuband was not the father. He knew, but never once by word or action did he differentiate between my daughter and our son. He was a wonderful father and our daughter doesn't know the truth. Here Is the problem. My hus- b a n d , and the parents of the child's natural father (they also knew) had me promise that I would let him know about his fatherhood after they were all gone. The mother and father were wonderful folks and felt badly that their son wasn't man enough to assume responsibility, we all decided back then that it was best not to tell him, since 1.wouldn't marry him. Now, 45 years later, I am a widow, and the natural grandparents are dead. Does.this promise still hold? Should I -tell this 63-year-old man that my daughter is his child? -- Confused And Reluc tant . . Dear Confused: Can you think of any good that would come from this revelation? Since your daughter believes her legal father is her natural father - and he was certainly her real father all his life why -risk her finding out the truth? She doesn't need a 63- y e a r - o 1 d substitute now especially one you're reluctam to reveal. Let sleeping promises lie! -- Dear Helen: "Alone Again" suspects her alcoholic husband of too close a friendship with the man who joined him "on the wagon." What she doesn't realize is :hat alcoholics must hold toge Â·.her to help each other. She is feeling left out because she s no longer her husband's 'keeper: 11 Mates of problem drinkers o f t e n subconsciously resenl heir husbands' new, liquor-free ife because they are no longer in control - they've lost the "baby" who depends on them (and on whom they can blami all their troubles). So the; become very jealous of the per son who is helping their "problem child" lick the habit. If "Alone Again" would come to Al Anon m e e t i n g s , she woul learn that m a n y other wives went through this same jealously too, before they coul completely accept a whole man again; -- Been There too Dear BTT: "Alone Again" described tw arrested alcoholics who spen all their time together, exclud ing their wives from their new dry lives. Somehow I don't think evei Al Anon could reconcile then to this kind of rejection - i it continues. -- H. Dear Helen: My daughter asked me a interesting question. She said "If you were doing a movi of your life, how would you rat it: G. PG. R, or X? I answered. "G," and unde *THE HUT DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. H* RZZrV MMPWrtl SUPREME? Rosamond Claims $10 Million Misspent NORTH LITTLE ROCK (AP) More than $10 million was lisappropriated from the orth Little Rock city - owned ectric company before Mayor ob Rosamond took office, osamond said Saturday night. After addressing the annual .evy Day political rally, Rosa- ion d to'd reporters that the al- ?ged misappropriation pc- urred over a 14 - year period nd might amount to as much 5 414 million. He said it was this matter he ad in mind when he asked leg slative auditors and Pros. Atty. Lee Munson of Little Rock to m a k e an in-depth audit f the utility. The 14-year period would cov r the tenure o( former Mayor William F. "Casey" Laman. my breath I added, "Unfor unatety!" Frankly. looking back, I'd much rather have ha life that could at least hav ranked on the "restricted" list Kit I doubt that many of ui lave. Then, when you reach 50. you begin to wonder what you'vi missed. Start rating yourselves Helen's readers, and you'll see what I mean. -- Regretful. Dear Regretful: 1 did. and I do. -- "G" -H. Got a problem? An adul ;ubject for discussion? You can alk it over in her column i you write to Helen Bottel, can of this newspaper. DENNIS THE MENACE c JUST NOD in*. HEAD." NOW SHOWING Ploy Boy Magazine ANGEL TOMPKINS IS LESSONS KTttTJUGHT AfTEftCUSSt COLOR [Â»- TKTEMHElWn: MCH.lHMtMS HKKVAR FMEUCTIOKS. ISC. -CO-HIT- TO THEM LJFE iS A BALL CLASS oi"74 BLE FEATURE PROGRAM First Run: Plus - C O U P O N 1 FOR THE FAMILY . . Ken's Pizza Parlor 409 WEST DICKSON 2. Order Three Pizzas - Pay For Only Two! 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