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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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A LHri« Humor Here 1» Most Unusual Names List ; JACKSONVILLE, Fl» (AP) ; R'« not .for « v t r y Tom, ; Dick wid Harry. It's more · far people like Full Dress Coat · Sky Rocket and Sports M o d e l "Higginbotham. What it is, 11 a list compiled by Everett Williams, director of the Florida Bureau of Vital Statistics. On the. list are the 150 most unusual names he's encountered in his 34 years with the bureau. There is Tootsie Roll, Curlee Bush. .Emancipation Procla mation Cogshell, Candy Box and End of the Line. Cherry Dacquiri, Strange Odor, Cigar Stubbs and Betty Burp are among Williams* records, along with Starlighl C a u l i f l o w e r Shaw, Pansy Flowers Greenwood and Mac Aronj. W i l l i a m s says he has recorded names for twins such as Pete and Repeat, Early am Curly, A. C. and D. C. and Bigamy and Larceny. The longest names he ha: yer encountered are Gospe Jlly Floweryvine Virgin Mary -ord Caroline and Kekpalau- Uionapalihauuliuliokeloolau )avid Kaapauawaokamehatn- eha Jr., "Kekoa" for short. Williams, who says he compiled the list to "help inter- ect a little humor into our ffice," said some parents must have a sense of humor - or a grudge against their child a have come up with some of the names given offsrping. MOST UNUSUAL ·He says the most unusual lame he has come across was that of H Jameson, written as a fraction rather than spelled out He said he was so intrigued that he called the parents to find out about the name and was told the baby had b e e n named after someone in politics that impressed the family. "Apparently, % has beefi very successful," Williams said of the politician. "His name stands out on voting ballots." DENNIS THE MENACE DRIVE-IN THEATRE Open 7:45 'UFO" -- 8=30 FLYING SAUCERS - ARE THEY REAL? FIND OUT... ·IT'S A E66-TWER. AfcW HAS ID tWNS UP SHE'S . ' KWORKS DISPLAY "PLUS'* COME AND SEE THE LITTLE GREEN HAN 'PLUS r SOTLENT GREEN -CHARLTON Heston Mower Stolen Mrs. Cleo F o w l e r of the Round Mountain area told Washington County Sheriff's de puties Thursday that a riding lawn mower has been stolen rom her property. Wrs. Fowler said the mowe taken between Sunday and ursday evenings. THIS FILM TEARS AWAY THE VEIL OF SECRECY AND EXPOSES THE TERRIFYING TRUTH BEHIND TODAY'S HEADLINES! Mkhad A. de Goetano Robert Redtord .'Jeremiah 1 Johnson" Panawsion*- T«rarlcelc«^ A Vt ^ r Camiaiiaa ,S r ONE WEEK ONLY! MALL TWIN CINEMA #2 MINI TEK#I (Ft smith) STRAND NOW SHOWING THRU THURSDAY, MAY 30 Check Theauw tor Shew Times MU NEWMAN OHD THE STING WINNER OF SEVEN ACADEMY AWARDS Including Best Picture Sin. Mat. 2 p.m. IPG) ROBERT REDFORD s Biealer is rented by WARNER OS. lor this engagement Their ad- it ion Is ADULTS SlfO. CHILDREN 00. (Pass List Suspended) Funniest-Western since "CatBallou" (R) Me! Brooks Fat. ··n.-Thura. 7:4S FrL-ftat. 7:00-9iW S» Mat. 1 »J». IPG1 FrL-SM. 7:00-»:10 (C) M. Sun. Mat. 2 PJ*. Jeff East · PanlWInfie Ozark Literacy Council Names New Officers Mrs. Barbara Broyles has been elected chairman of the Ozark Literacy Council. In elections, held earlier this month, other officers named are Mrs. Helen Brown, v i c e chairman: Mrs. Isabel Bunlan Watts, secretary; Mrs. Myrtle Cress, treasurer; Mrs. Wildene Caudle, parliamentarian; Mrs. Lois Miller, Fayetteville, Bob Warren, Elkins and Mrs. Leonor Butz, Springdale. placement chairmen: Mrs. Patsy Aaron, publicity and Mrs. Joy Reid and Mrs. Lela Tisdale, tutor trainers. In other business the council set the dates of June 3-5 for workshop to train tutors at - Elkins Elementary School. Clinics Planned To Test Pressure Gauge On (aimers Clinics to test pressure auges on canners will be sport sored by the Washington County Cooperative Extension Service in June. Anyone i n t e r e s t e d in checking the gauges on their c»nners miy bring lid with gauge to one of the following locations on the dates specified June 4: Elkins, Perry's IGA 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. June 5: Lincoln; C I Food liner, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. am Dillons in Prairie Grove, fror 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. June 6: Warehouse Market i West Fork, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. June 7: Northwest Arkansa Plaza from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Home economists will be present to answer question regarding food preservation an d i s t r i b u t e free literature Testing is also free. Articles Filed Articles of incorporation we: filed Thursday in Washingto County Court for Billye' Maternity Shop, Inc., Sprin, dale. Incorporates are Billye S and James H. Riggs, 108 Mi land. Springdale. I.***, JUMUMUS) $«», Mtry 25, 1974 · * Arkansas Is 14th largest Producer Of Farm Commodities LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Ar- _ansa» agriculture became a $2 billion industry for the tirst ime last year, thsnks to large crops of soybeans, rice and hay plus increased market values or livestock and poultry. Figures compiled by dhe Crop and Livestock Reporting Serv^ and the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture show that Arkansas climbed from 16th to 14th place in the nation in total farm production value. In the South, only Texas and North Carolina exceeded Arkansas. The poultry industry in Arkansas topped the production ot its nearest competing states in 1973. In addition, Arkansas farmers received, for the first time, more than $1 billion for all crops marketed. The information gathered by Reports show that Arkansa ranked 12th among all states last year in crop value and 17th in value of livestock produced Crop value jumped From $730 million in 1372 to $1.2 billion last year, while livestock pro duced in the state increased i value from $674 million to $98 million. BROILERS AND EGGS Arkansas cent of the produced 17 pe broilers and egg consumer! in the nation, to lea the poultry industry. Eve though poultry production de creased about 532 million bird from 1972. the industry still ne ted a rise in gross inicome from $255 million to $416 millioi largely because of a Id-cent pound price increase for A kansas poultry. The state's 1973 cotton cro illion from 1972 to 1*71. Cotton yield In ArkarMM to- reaned last year but the »\i» the planting dropped the vale of the crop from $197 to *1M illion. However, the vault of le cotton seed produced ros« rom $27.5 million to $41 roll- on. The 1973 soybean crop wa» he largest in history --. three xr cent more than the record 970 crop. Arkansas soybeans 'ere worth $851 million. Rice yield in the state de- lined, but due to a 92.000acre ncrcascd planting, production nd value climbed from 1972's 158 million to about $381 mil- ion. The state's hay production also soared with 183,000 more acres harvested than in the previous year. The 1973 hay crop was worth $49.5 million, compared with $32 the previous vear. Election Harrossment LITTLE ROCK (AP) -Thomas A. Glaze, executive director of tlie Election Laws Institute, said Friday supper- :ers of Bob May. a candidate for sheriff in Lee County, had been harassed by a deputy sheriff and a city patrolman. Glaze said an investigation into the complaints continued. He said one of May's supporters allegedly was threatened by a deputy sheriff after the supporter told the deputy he intended to vote for May. (he Theman who becamea legend The film destined tobea classic! WrmrCrm. Gotneuty Interested persons may contact Warren to pre-register at 6433382. A second workshop is planned June 26-28 at the Springdale Public Library and information on registration may be obtained by calling 75'-9468 or 521-8250. A training workshop for leaching English as a second language is tentatively scheduled for July and a third workshop will be held in August | in Gravette. REDECORATE The finest in residential interiors tnd exteriors. JOSEPH G. PRICE Contractor of Fine PalnUne. 52M598 lished in August by the federal Statistical Reporting Service at ed with soybeans. Cotton ac age went from 1.4 million to BLE FEATURE PROGRAM NORTH and SOUTH SMORGASBORD ALL THE PIZZA and SALAD You Can Eat BRING THE KIDS Only lOc Per Year of Age DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs nibjeet to change without notko KTEW, Tuba, Channel 2 ICIIWIMI I M Mb4» In KTUL, Tuba, Channel 8 4 MI KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tuba, Channel 6 KOAM, Pfttsbwg, Channel 7 KOED-TV (ETV), Tuba, Channel II KODE, JopDn, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 ICkmiMI I MI caM* in Fayeterrilta) At Bonanza you don't have to eat in the parking lot. Drive-ins are nice. For kids. Kids don 1 1 take npnmah room, so they don't mind the cramped quarters of a car. They don't mind if they get kekJropfln their clothes and mustard on their nose, They haven't worked all day, so they don'tcrave relaxation. And they Ion hamburgers. At Bonanza, our parking lot is for parking your car. You leave it there and have a quiet dinner at one ofoiir roomy tabtesormrjrbooths. -"--"-- Instead of hard cement and headlights we have soft wall-to-wall carpeting and indirect lighting. Of course, your kids can stfH have hamburgers, bntyoucanhaveasleak. Don't yon deserve to have what you want to have for dinner? Bonanza The family restaurant father couUk CABLE TELEVISION NBC-CBS-ABC erv 9 CH, TV Tim* - Weether - Music 9 Channels-FM Radio All on "The Cable" WARNER CABLE of Fayefteville Phone 521-7730 O GET OUT OF TOWN " 1 J" "·«·"»» er««fc ·«. An THE BARN MOVIES ON TV SATURDAY NIGHT 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -- "Dying Room Only" (1973) Claris teachman, Ross Martin, Ned Beatty 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 "In the Heat of the Night" (1967) Rod Steiger, Sidney Poitier 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6 -- "Sobrina" (1954) Audrey Hepburn, William Hoi den, Humphrey Bogart 10:30 p.m. Ch. 12 -- "The Long, Hot Summer" (1958) Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward, Orson Welles 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Belle of the Nineties" (1934) Mae West, Roger Pryor, John Mack Brown 11:00 p.m. Ch. 2 - "Sink the Bismarck" (1960) Kenneth Moore, Dona Wynter, Laurenca Noismith 11:00 p.m. -- "Casanova's Big Night" (1954) Sob Hope, Joan Fontaine, Basil RathbofM 11:00 p.m. Ch. 5 -- "Don't Be Afraid of the Dork" (1973) Kim Darby, Jim Hutton, Pedro Armendoriz, Jr. 11:00 p.m. Ch. 7 - 'The Magic Carpet" (1951) lucille Boll, Patricia Medina, John Agar 11:00 p.m. Ch. 8 - "Wake Island" (1942) Brian Donlevy, Macdonald Carey, Robert Preston 12:30 a.m. Ch. 2 - "Hell Drivers" (1957) Stanley, Baker, Herbert Lorn, Peggy Cummins 12:30 a.m. Ch. 7 "The Missing Guest" (1938) SUNDAY NIGHT 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6 -- "Joy in the Morning" (1965) Richard Chamberlain, Yvetl* Mimieux 10:30 p.m. Ch. 8 - "Souls at Sea" (1937) Gary Cooper, George Raft, Frances De» AUTO INSURANCE · $50,000 Liability · $2,000 Medical · Uninsured Motorist · 5 Tear Renewable Guarantee Safe $«J £* £*f\ Quarter Drivers AOiOU Premium McCARTNEY-FAUCETTE 214* N. COLL 1C I 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound ZRJ N. College 44Z-8S7S Buy Your Carpet Direct From The Local People That Make It. Where You Get The Beit And Save The Most. Lawrence Carpet Mills, Inc. HIGHWAY SS WEST TS1-79M SPKIXGDALE, ARK. 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Or. Goldfod and the Girl Bombs" (1966) Vincent Price, Fabian, Laura Antonelli TliSO p.m. Ch. 2 - "Coast of Skeleton*" (1964) Richard Todd, Dale Robertson, Marianne Koch 11:30 p.m. Ch. 3 - "The Buster Keoten Story" 0957) Donald O'Connor, Ann Blythe, Rhonda Fleming '$1.29 $Z29 AVAUAatf 521J56S | SATURDAY EVENING ·*· «:flfl -Hodgepodge Lodf* .[Jimmy Dean New« 2. Lawrence Welk I Johnny Manna' Stand Up And Cheer Flee Ha w Political Talk ] Police Surgeon I Treaaure Hunt Girl With Something Exti Cairacolendai I I've Got A Secret || That Good Ola Nlihvttl* !·*· 7:M -Partridge Family Emergency I Zoom All in th« Family War 'and Peac Moria I Maah ' * » : · » I Movie II M»ry T» ler Mow* -- i. , 7 » * »:JD -Boh Newhart « 1C t »:0fl -Jarol Burnett ». 1« Nexua 11 Owen Marshall I, 12 Horn Brothera a * 1»:»0 .Newt » a. 12. IS * !»:» -News Z. 3. i 7 Movie .' «. 12 ,1« * I1:M -Movie :, 3. I. 7. a * 12:M Wacky World ot Jonathan Wlntere + U:M Bread of Life Movie Wreitliiig . . . . Don Kriahner' * I:* -Soul Train SUNDAY MORNING * «:·«- Party Una Rock Cerent '.'. i Acro-«« the Tenc« * S:30 -- cMsi Ihe Fence Sacred Heart Today's World if S:45 -Pastor 1 * Study ,. With this Ring Davey and OolUlh Search Outreach . . . . . . Mmlc antf the Spoken 1 Kid Power azinjr Grace Voice of Victory Faith for Today if 7:M - O»monc!* Goepel Siniin* Juhilt* Voice at Victory This )» the Life Thy Kingdom Com* ... Encounter * »:·» -- Rellfloua T«wnbal] *. Revival flrea Jamca RoMaon Ballry'a Comcta Day of Discovery .. IS ... 3 * 8:3« -Thy Kingdom Coma ... Billy Jamea Har«k .. Cod Squa Amazing Chan .... Herald of TruBi Oral Robert* *·»:»»- Candid Camupa Evanicliatic Temple .. Gospel of Chr«t Let The Bible 9peak . Herald Of Trulh Rex Hunnbard Iiuiiht '. * S:J » Source Look Up and Live .., Kathryn Kuhlman .... Vitton On Day of Discovery .... Oril Robert* * lft:M ~ Fklth for Today CaU the Doctor Oral Roberta H. m. FufMtuf Rcrival Pirc* Jerry ralwtn ., 5, «, 12. . .illy James Harjria ' 3ay of Diacovery S * 10:39 Dialogue 16 19 Hour of Power S Make A Wish 12 Jimmy Swaggart .,,... 5 Bookshelf 6 To Be Announced .-- 7 * 11:M Church , .... Webber's World CMher People. Other Place* ... if 11:30 Church Service ,·· Meet the Preej if 12:00 Movie Hope* or Fears* Name of the Gam« .KUHI News Special 1* Wre5tlin.7 7 Evangel Tempi* 5 Directions , * era I in with Katy - 13 *!*:»- Meet the Frew ·- S iMuex and Aruwen ». A, 13 .. * 1, 7 . J .. 3

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