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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 19

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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, WM)., May 29, 1974 VAVITTtVlll-K. »»K*M»A» To Stay Active HANNOVER. West Germani (AP) -- Former Chanccllo Willy Brandt has reaffirmed trial he intends to stay active in West German politics as chaii man of the Social Democrat!party. REDECORATE The finest In residential interiors and exteriors. JOSEPH G. PRICE Contractor of Fine Painting. 521-1598 America Remembers HOT DOGS THE LAST GREAT AMERICAN HOT DOfi STAND Behind Palace Drug Store Graham Makes Comment On Transcripts NEW YORK (AP) -- The Rev. Billy Graham says the :ranscripts of President Nixon's conversations about Watergate arc "profoundly disturbing." "One cannot but deplore Inc moral tone implied in these papers," Graham said Tuesday, ending a three-week silence about the released texts he had imposed until lie had time !o examine them himself. hWY. 62 W. * rAYLTItVUL- -* 521- NOW SHOWING 4 days, $186.78* Tour Wsl oric New Orleans at a reduced rate ol only SI86.7S per person for four days and Ihree n lghts--Thmsday.July 4 ttiiough Sunday. July 7. Trip Include*; ·Round-trip air fare from Fayetteville -Three niflhls at Bouibon- Orieans Hotel ·Transfers (mm airport lo hotel and back "Choiceol Mississippi River Cruise on S. S. President or Bayou Ciuiseon MaikTwam ·Choice of breakfast al Biennan'sor dinner at Le Restauiant Maurice ·Choi ce ol 1 ol 3 city tours ·Cocktail and a souvenir doubloon at 1he Top of Ihe Mart. ·Based tin mini mum of 10 passengers. Call now to ensure /eservalions: WORLD-WIDE TRAVEL SERVICE INCORPORATED 226 North School Avenue 521-7460 A long-time person'' friend d spiritual adviser to Prcsi- nl Nixon. Graham said ttia'. rtiat comes through in these pcs is not the man I have own many years. Other ulual friends have made the me observation." But the evangelist said Nixon mains "my friend, and 1 have i intention of forsaking him PW. Nor will I judge him as nian in totality on the basis these relatively few hours conversation under such vere pressure. "But I would be neither his icnd nor God's servant if I d not point out the righteous iss of God's demands at such time as this." Graham telephoned his statc- cnt from his Montreal. N.C., ome. Graham said he last had loken with Nixon about thre-j ceks ago by telephone while onducling a. crusade in Phoe- 'x, Arix. He said he since has spent everal days reading the White ouse-released text, and had thought about it and prayed ixmt it" before issuing his ate merit. DENNIS THE MENACE By Kctcfiam HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL Teen Has Foxy Idea About Women's Lib -FUN-MART- Open 9 a.m. to Tl p.m. · GO-KARTS · GAS-BUMPER KARS · MIN-E-GOLF · MOON WALK · KIDDIE RIDES · CONCESSION · Birthday Party Rates Highway 71 North --Springdale-- Honor Grad James A. Scruggs, a senior at Kayctlcville High School, plans to major in industrial engineering. He is (he recipient of a -scholarship from the University of Arkansas. The son of Dr. and Mrs. James E. Scroggs, James was president of the National Honor Society, and memher of the Math Club and National Fo rensics League. He was a delegate to Boys Slate and slate debate champion 197273. NOW SHOWING WOttEM mUMAKE I THE KIND OFOFFBl A COP CAT REFUSE! ORIGINAL BILIYJACK RETURNS in "BORN LOSERS" THE LBVE LIFE High Winds, Hail Slash Midsecfion By The Associated Press Thunciershowers accompanied by gusty winds and hail slashed the nation's midsection today while warm air blanketed most of the country. Waterloo. Iowa, was deluged with 2 inches rain and hail the size of marbles in two hours Earlier three tornadoes causec minor property damage in the northern part of Iowa. Winds gusted to 50 miles pe hour at Norfolk. Neb and Altus. Okla. A sudden blast of warm just after midnight set a ne\ record high of 96 degrees a Vichita. Kan. Temperatures re mamed in the CDs info the upper Mississippi Valley and low er Groat Lakes states an readings in the 70s were com mon in the middle Mississipp Valley. Elsewhere, showers and thun dershowers were scatters along the middle Atlantic Coas and through the Great Basi and in Wyoming. In the West, northerly wind swept cool, moist air down th Pacific Coast,, which was undi cloudy skies. Dear Helen: My 15 year-old 1 son doesn't' understand some o[ the gripes of the Women's Liberation movement. "What's wrong with being a sex object?" he asks. "I'd like to be!" I thought he understood after we talked, that being an object is lousy, but the subject came i again yesterday when he lid. "I don't see what's wrong ith making sexy remarks to rls -- I wish they'd make lorn to me!" I retorted, "You wouldn't like be called a bleep-bleep!" "No. not that." he answered but I'd really like it if some iris would say to me," 'Whal fox!' " He's convinced me. Nobody kes an insulting sexua' emarfc, but maybe all teen- gers need to know from other jcopte that they're attractive. Girls, let's hear . it for the oys! -- Mother Of A Fox 'ear Mother: ...But let's stop short of whis- es and pinches. I understand wo girls tried this as a socio ogy class experiment, and it made the fellas slightly para- oid. -- H. )ear Helen: They say once burned twice autious, but I'm the one tha lis man's caution is hurting How can I make him see tha m a r r i a g e isn't miserablj Tightening just because hi. marriage was a disaster? I'm a 40-year-old widow am have been dating Rob for : ear and a half. He seems ver; domesticated, loves workin. around the house, fixing m car, just being with me. Bu when the subject of marriag comes up. he pouts for days. His ex-wife hurt him badlj Dut that was six years ag Sometimes I wonder if he need TOM LAUGHLINew LOSERS" ONE WEEK ONLY! STARTS FRIDAY MALL TWIN CINEMA NO. 2 lore time to adjust, or is he ust passing the time with me ntil he can meet that "wealthy ·idow" he kids about. Actually, we're both working t good jobs, and we're married n every way except legally, hough we have our own apart- rients. There's no doubt about is love or mine. We have won- erful times together, are so ·cry compatible, yet he consi- :ers marriage too risky. 1 want to plan my future .round him, but he doesn't look ast the day after tomorrow, lelen. he's the love I've waited or so long (my husband and weren't close). Should 1 wait little longer or move on? -Waiting Dear Waiting: That depends on whether the security of marriage is more mportant than the happiness of 'now." If you move on, you nay find a husband, but perhaps he won't be the man you want. I'd say -- wait a while onger, but don't let Rob take 'ou for granted. Show him that reedom -- H. carries its risks too. I'm crazy. Says he'll take me back if I promise to see a psy- 3ear Helen: I'm one of a growing number of "runaway wives." 1 simply walked out one day, after about the five hundred thousandth put-down. It happened when I came in bubbling with some good news. My husband, in his usual way, growled, " S h u t up." This time, he was watching television. "Dear," I said quietly, "I'm leaving you." He didn't hear me. So I packed up and drove away, knowing he wouldn't miss me until he got hungry or horny. Sure enough, he called my sister five hours later -- he'd just read my note taped '- the refrigerator. He thinks good job, new friends, and I feel like a person again, not a plastic browbeaten dummy. So 1 say to those miserable, hopeless wives who write to you. Helen: If you can't stand it. don't stand for it. Take off! and freedom at age 48. So can you! But if pro-; perty, etc. isi involved, check the divorce laws in your state.' "Desertion" could mean loss of what you've rightfully earned. -- Happily Kree Got a problem? An adult subv ject for discussion? You can lalk it over in her column if you write to Helen Bottel. care of Northwest Arkansas TIMES. · ·S A ···FATHER'S ·AMHTEK... SHE'S *·«»! WnODUCINGl LINDA NEAL STARRING: DAVID DOUGLAS CONTINUOUS FROM DARK 3 SHOWS NITELV DPTIVE.IM IHfATM *"· 751-8724 THE PlZjA HOT DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. H* RZZA,MMWW! United ProduunfflP · pf|pf|pfl -OF A COP CHRISTINA UNOBERG FMJL NEWMAN THE STING WINNER OF SEVEN ACADEMY AWARDS Including Best Picture ruu.- 7:15-9:1* Sun. Mat 2 p.m. (PC) ROBERT REDFORD JEREMIAH KNBON . s reme.1 b" WARN El BROS. fo~ this rnjrasomon*. Their VK m^siD.i i; AIXJLTS 52.JO, CH1LDRE JE.fO, (P.^5 List 5u»;endod sun. mai *wr.ni(.tiwiu*iHi 2 p.m. 131Utt Funniest Western since "Cat Ballou" (R) Mel Brooks SADDLES Off* fM Fet. Sun.-Tw**. 7:4$ Fri-Sat. 7:M-*40 *·· MM. 2 fJ*. (PCI GRT/3V 1-M Fri-***. 74*-t:U 1C) t*. * tali. *UL 2 VM. DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 I Channel I MI eaMe In FayMtniltcl KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Channel 4 on cable in FaytttevUb) KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, JepEn, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 [Channel 9 on cable in F*y«tt*ville) FAMim-NITE SPECIAL CHARCOAL BROIL MO. 2 With hickory smoked sauce with an order of fries and purchase of soft drink- Good thru Sat., Jnm 1,1974 97 Jeff East · F»»IWinfn-M minute man remember when you're hungry., it only i**« * minute man! 529 N. College 324 W. Dickson 521-1062 443-3123 .'Jeremiah Johnson" The man who became a legend The film destined to be a classic! ONE WEEK ONLY! MALL TWIN CINEMA #2 MINI TEK #1 rt smith) STRAND NOW SHOWING THRU THURSDAY, MAY 30 Pm LM SwpeniM) CfMCk TnMnpfws for Snow TTfiwc CABLE TELEVISION NBC-CBS-ABC etv 9 CH, TV Time - Weather - Music 9 Channels - FM Radio All on 'The Cable" WARNER CABLE of Fayetteville Phone 521-7730 MOVIES ON TV Wednesday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -- "The Morning After" (1973) Dick Von Dyke, Lynn Carlin, Don Porter 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 - "The Naked Runner" (1967) Frank Sinatra, Peter Vaughan, Derren Nesbpt 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 - "Asylum" (1972) Robert Powell, Peter Gushing, Barbara Parkins AUTO INSURANCE · $50,000 Liability · $2,000 Medical · Uninsured Motorist · 5 Year Renewable Guarantee Safe Drivers 16.60 Quarter Premium McCARTNEY-FAUCETTE PlMIM 442-2335 2144 N. COLLEGE Thursday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 6 -- "My Six Loves" (1963) Debbie Reynolds, Cliff Robertson, David Jansen 8:00 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "The Christmas Tree" (1969) William Holden, Birno Lisi, Brook Fuller 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Someone Behind the Tree" (1971) CharlesBronson, Anthony Perkins, Jill Ireland GET OUT OF TOWN Drive «fl to Hickory creek Ree. Art* ifld Cult* H THE BARN 2M East off Hwy. n S *·!" Ihrinl * »««»in«d» cinnamon rails, relislm, and uladt. Family rtyle full fry Friday, ·ar BQ Rim Saturday. Open 5-10 p.m. Sat. and Son. 12 noxi-lO pjn. Ctoxd Mo*, and Tin- · » * b»a«tHy| Beivtr Lake. BR'ER FRAN'S Tor A Good Time TmigM" NIW SUMMER HOURS: OHM 7 P.M. to MIDNIGHT MOM. tkni SAT. ENTERTAINlNCf WED. THRU SAT. · Ark. Magic Empirea Band EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER FAYETTEVILLE 521-9303 WEDNESDAY EVENING * 5:00 Twilight Zone is Andy Griffith 6 Truth or Consequences 7 To Tell The Truth 3 News 5. S Mister Roger* , 11 * 5:30 News 2, 3 5 6. 7, 12. 16 Truth or Consequences 8 Electric Company 11 * 6:00 Inside Oklahoma Education - 11 News 2. 3, 5. 6. 7, 8. 12 16 ·* 6:30 Dragnet 5, 8 Hogan's Heroes 16 To Tell The Truth 2 French Chef 11 Hollywood Squares 3, 12 Wait Til Your Father Gets Home . . . . . * 7:00 Chase 2, 3. 5, 7 Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour 6, 16 Jano Goodall 8, 12 Washington Connection 11 * 7:» Hollywood Television Theatre - · * 8:00 Movie 2. 3. 5, Cannon 6, * 9:(irt Doc Elliot 8. Kojak 6. l« Woman ;. n Open Mind n * 9:30 -Today's Yoga 11 * IO:M News 2. 3. S, « 7. 8. 12. 11 10:30 That's Entertainment: 50 Years Of MOM | 12 Movie 6.' 16 Johnny Carson 2. 3 S. I * 12:00 Tomorrow 2 3 5. 1 Xews · * 12:15 -Project 6 * 12:25 Project 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 2333 N. College 442-S575 * 1:00 Tulsa Youth Forum 2 THURSDAY MORVTNG-- * 6:25 Mome nts of Me d [ t al ion 8 *6:3fr- 9MS Forum ... 3 Garner Ted Armstrong · * 6:35 Inspiration 2 * 6:40- News 2 * 6:4} News 12 * 8:50 Light of Life Buy Your Carpet Direct From The Local People That Make It. Where You Get The Best And Save The Most. Lawrence Carpet Mills, Inc. SPRINGDALE, ARK. HIGHWAY 68 WEST 751-7S61 Thousands of Folks... check the TV directory every day . . .and they'll retid your ad in this space. It's priced at a special low monthly rate. For information call the Northwest Arkansas IIM^S, display advertising department, 442-624:2, Today in Agriculture 6:55 Harvest Tim« Tabernacle Project , 7:00 Timmy and Lass'e , CBS News Country Music Tim* Today 2, 7:30 Gentle Ben * l:f»- Captam Kangaroo 9esame Street Cartoon Circus * 8:» Oklahoma; Thursday if 9:00 Dinah Shore Sesame Street » A M Joker'* Wild It's Your Bet ...., Movie * 9:3»- Ombit Jeopardy To Tel! The Truth * I8:» Now You 3ee It Wizard of Odd* 2 All Mr CbUdra 5 6 12 . t. 16 . . A . ». J 12 .. «, 16 ... a : t . 2. 5 7 3 6 '.'.'.'.'. 12 a ...*,!« i i. ^ 12 . «. 16 1. i 7 12 _:rady Bunch 8. 12 Love of Life i, 1 Hollywood Square* 2. 3, S, 1 * 10:55 Coffee Break 6 CBS News 16 .. 11:M Jackpot 3, 5. 7 Password 8. 12 Mike Dougla* · 2 Young and Resiles* i. 16 11:39 Celebrity Sweepstake* . . 3 5. 7 Search for Tomorrow 6, 16 Split Second _ 8. U * 11:55 -New* J . J . 7 THURSDAY AFTEKNOON- * !!:»« -New. 1 «. 7. 12 1« Phil Donahue 3 Table Talk 5 All My Children * Leave it to Carol U *1!:3* Three on A Hatch 2. 3 Lei's Make A Deal I. « 12 As The WorM Turn* · * 12:35 - . Melody Matin** T * 1:00- Guiding Light ... Days Of Our Live Newlywed Game Edge Of Night . 16 2. 3, S. 7 I, 12 6, 16 Doctors .. 2. J, 5. 7 Girl In My Life 8. 12 * 2:0« Price 1« Right 6. 18 Another World 2. 3. 5. 1 General Hospital 8. 12 * Z:M Match Game ' '« How To Survive Marriage 2, 3. S. 1 One Life To Live a 12 * 3:0» -- Tatlletale. «, 1« Cartoons " Today's Yoga 11 Somerset 2 3, ft, 7 SIO.OW Pyramid 12 * 3:J * - .1 Eye To Eye " Joker's Wild * Dtaah Shore * Uncle Zeb Dick Van Dyke » All My Children Petticoat Junction 3 Lucy 8ho» H Three On A Hatch 7 Star Trek 5 Fugitive 16 Jeopardy 3 Merv Griffin 2 1 Dream of Jelnnie 7 Andy Griffith 12 Comer Pyle U9MC 8 BonanTa 6 Sesame Street 11 * 4:3« Beverly Hillbllliei 7 Bonanza 12 Lucy Show 8 Beat the Clock 3 nniKSDA? ETOHMG-- * i:* Twilight Zone IS News i. 8 To Te« The Truth 3 Andy Griffith · Truth of Conaequencei 7 Mister Rolen 11 * *:* New* 2, 3 I. «, 7, 12. 1« Electric Conroany 11 Truth or Consequence* 8 t «:*» -New* 2. J. ( «. I, 8, U, 16 Woman 11 **:T» Dragnet * police Suneon Buck Owens .................... U Hogan's Heroes ................. 18 To Tell The Truth ............ 2 Newsmakers .. ... 11 Slim Wilson ............. I *7:«« ABC News Closeup _______ 8. II iMenominee .............. . 11 Klip Wilson ............ 2. 3, 5 7 Chopper One .............. 8, 12 · Movie Ironside Rung Fu Firing Line «, 1« . 2, 3 5, 7 8, 12 11 Streets of San Francisco ____ 8. 12 NBC News Present* ' ____ . 2 3 5, 7 .... , Who's Afraid of Opera ........ 11 *9:30 ^ Today's Yogi .................. II *· 10:M News .......... 2. J. S, «. 7, S, 12, 1« * U:M Dick Cavett · Movie Johnny Caraon Tomorrow , News Source 8 12 «. II 2. J. S T I, 3, S. 1

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