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June 17, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

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Abilities Unlimited Board Meeting Set The Board of Directors of scnlalioii on Ihe program will Abilities Unlimited of Northwest Arkansas will meet at 11:30 a.m. Friday at the Downtown Motor Lodge. Final decisions will he made concerning - the building program for the new sheltered workshop, and a color slide pro- be presented. T h e slides have been prepared lo acquaint the public with the program and will bo p r e s e n t e d at civic club meetings during the drive lo raise $23,000 for the ne wlacil- THE HOT DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. RK ; · ; FAMILY DAYS All Day Tuesday and Wednesday, June 18 and 19. Rib Eye Steak at Old Fashioned Prices Rib-eye ,, Dinner Reg. 2.19 $J79 Tuesday and Wednesday i Includes: · French Fries · : Hor Texas Toast · Crisp Tossed Salad ADDED BONUS BOTH DAYS Coffee I 5 Cokes I 256 SHORTCAKE I I STRAWBERRY The family restaurant even a father could love. 2356 N. College -- Fayetteville Phone 521-3565 ·I Benefit Game Set lONTlCBLLO. N.Y. (AP) -- c 16th annuiil Maurice Stokes emorial benefit baskclba tne will be played Tuesday, lit, at Kutsher's Country (eel Auerbach, president and ncral manager of the Boston Hies and newly-elected presi- it of the Stokes Foundation, nounced the dale for the nual game. during Stokes* lifetime, more an JIOWOO was raised for the me to defray medical costs, ice Stokes' death in 1970, orne from the game has been eel to aid former NBA players o might require financial sistance as the result of less or disability. The TIMES h On Top of The News Seven Days a Week! NOW SHOWING pen 8:00 · Billy Jack 8:45 Just a person who protects children ard other living things BILLY JACK -pius- HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL New Morality Is Debated By Teens (.all per cent. vs. 41 per cent n conservative homes); were nvolvod in an abortion, (54 vs. 41 per cenl); or were raped f3 vs. 70 per cent). We learned n last year's adull survey thai over Ihrco-fourths of (he parcnls t h i n k they'd be consul- .ed about these problems. BONNIE, Su 3 n. Mat -·»·«««»«««.««» 2 p.m MUt NEWMAN ROBERT REWORD "#£ THE STING WINNER OF SEVEN ACADEMY AWARDS Including Best Picture Sun. Mat. 2 p.m. STEUE DUSTin mcQUEEn HOFFmnn un. Mat. 2 p.m. IPO JBack -- Just for th« «un of 'BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID' PAUL NEWMAN ROBERT REDFORD Open 7 . . 4PG) Sun. Matinee 2 P.M. where the lilies bloom From the people who Gave you "Sounder'* , Sun. thru Thrus. 7:45 oowKtaww--«H-*M1 Fri. Sill. 7.00 9:25 Sat--Sun. Mat. 2 p.m. I PC WAiTDtsims AfclCE WONDERL-AND Stormy (IK Thoroughbred A Washington mother wrolei Lo Generation Rap recently,' "IJkc many others in my generation, I'm beginning to see that the New Morality is an honesl approach to love. I now would be neither surprised nor terribly saddened if our college- freshman daughter had a responsible affair. But I keep on pretending 1 would, because if children knew our views Kad changed they might take too many liberties with sex...Do openly liberal parents (and 1 don't mean 'libertines'!) breed permiscuous kids?" The answer, according to our Teenage Questionnaire is "No!" We ran a special computer study of the response from teens who indicated their parents aren't strongly opposed to premarital sex (about 25 per cenl of respondents), and we found: ...Products of so-called liberal homes reported only 10 per cent less virginity than did children whose parents were "very firmly opposed to all unwed intercourse." The figures were: 60 per cenl virgins in Ihe liberal-parent group; 70 per cent virgins in the ultraconser- valive-parcnt group; and about 55 per cent virgins (68 per cent female. 61 per cent male) among all teen respondents. ...In altitudes, however, we saw more startling differences: Only 18 per cent of teens from liberal-sex-view homes expect to be a virgin at marriage^ as compared (o 43 per cent of those from conservative homes (hut they slill favored tradi Itonal marriage 4 to 1). Only 7 per cenl of liberally raised young people considered premarital sex "never okay ' and 70 per cent thought it was 'okay if you care about each other, although not planning marriage." This compares with 24 per cenl and 50 per cenl respectively among all teens and 29 per cenl and 44 per cenl among t h e conservatively raised. The number (two per ccn girls, 10 per cent boys) of votes lor "recreational sex, any time with anyone" remained un changed, regardless of parents pen or closed views. Clearly un and games without commi't merit is not popular will today's youth. On the plus side, children bcral-mindcd parents reported dr better family communica- ion. Seventy per cent answered 'Yes" lo: "Do your parents enerally discuss moral and thical values with you and lis- en to your side?" More t h a n alf of those from more conser- ·ative homes said. "No! They ust lay down the law." More of the liberally raised elt their parents understood rtem, but in answer to "Do 'ou basically agree with your iarents' viewpoints on politics, 'our career, drug abuse, minor- ly races, what constitutes a uccessful life," they agreed vith their peers in saying "No" m average 60 per cent of the ime. "Do you agree with your parents on the New Morality?" brought only 34 per cenl "Yes" 'oles from teens whose folks vcre trying lo accept it--which may prove the kids are always everal jumps ahead of their elders, no matter what. A n o t h e r plus f o r the 'liberals" is that considerable, 'ewer disliked themselves am heir lives, probably because communication lines at home lad remained open. Also, they ndicaled in greater numbers .hat Ihey would lell their parents if they contracted VD NorthwMt Arkoiuat liMei, Man., J«m* I/. IV4 rAVITTCVILU, AIIKAMA* As expected, teens reared in N'c\v Morality-oriented homes were more liberal i n o t h e r areas, too. They favored legali- sation of marijuana by 50 per cent as compared lo the nalional teen average of 47 per cent; and 53 per cent of of them iiad tried 44 per cent Urge Pay Increases LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The Arkansas Young Democrats lave urged Gov. Dale Bumpers o include a cosl-of living pay ncrease for state employes in .ho governor's call for a special egislalive session. Greg Brown of Benton, the organi/ation's president, told Jumpers in a recent letter that .he Young Democrats were dis- of all respondents). Seventy- seven and 68 per cent respectively wanted a lessening of penalties Tor private use. Nearly 80 per cent wanted the legal liquor age uniformly lowered lo 18, a slightly higher percentage than the overall average. They were more ... favor of equal rights for women (75 per cent v. 69 per cenl). and a slightly greater number (81 per cent) approved ot mothers working outside the ressed to learn that the tenta- Vietnam. Answering, "If so would you fight Ihc draft?" 64 per cent of the liberally raised, and 57 per cent of the "conservative" crowd, turned in an emphatic "Yes!" (Tomorrow: Incidence of Vir- ginily among leenagers.) home. While 57 per cent of all respondents felt their parents judged lecn friends by the way they dress and wear their hair, only 41 per cent of liberal parents appear to make these judgments.? jme 47 per cenl said they could personally accept abortion and 75 per cent said they could accept it for others. The overall average here was 3S and 68 per cent. Eighty-four per cent of all teens thought lhal in their life^ times the U.S. would send fighting combal troops to another overseas war such live call only Included increased personnel in five of the 13 stale departments and gala. ry increases for three of theif directors. The olhcr state employes did not gel "even token raises," he said. 'The net result of such plans will be to create morale problems within the various departments." Rrown predicted. The Legislative Council will meet Tuesday on the items proposed in Ihe tentative call. Bumpers may announce today \vhether he will include a cost-of-living pay increase for teachers and state employes. The governor originally said he would announce a decision Friday, but postponed thai so .he could continue to meet with his advisers to determine what effect such raises would, have on future operating budgets. C O U P O N · FOR THE I FAMILY . . . § I Ken's Pizza Parlor M9 WEST DICKSON 3 roR 2 Order Three Pizzas - Pay For Only Two! · This Coupon Redeemable at KEN'S in Fayettevill* · COLD STEEL ON THE OUTSIDE ...AIM' WOMAN ON THE INSH) DOUBLE MATURE PROGRAM! FTER 2000 YEAR ILLUSTRATED LOVE SECRETS OF THE CUM* · IOHI HU»S · ML MOM · WOK mi men *S«S»Or ·-.«··. HI HOST CONTINUOUS «OM BARK J SNOWS NtTtLY -NOW SHOWING Policewomen 8:45 Bonnie's Kids DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 (Channel 8 »n cabl* in Fayetteville) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel S KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tuba, Channel 8 (ChaniMl « m cabl* ;· FagnttaolM KOED-TV (ETV), Tuka, Chamd 11 KODE, JapEn, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Chanml 16 ICIw»*l · ·· OU* in WIT Announces SMORGASBORD For Lunch Mon. thru Wed. 11-2 ALL THE PIZZA AND SALAD YOU CAN EAT $145 1 ALSO MONDAY 5-8 P.M, AT ALL LOCATIONS 314 South School 2325 North College Highway 68 West, Springdale 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 O GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory Crecfc Rcc. Area and tfrn* at THE BARN 2W Eat off Mwy. 71 sttahs ««id shrimp, homemade cinnamon rolls, relishes, and salads. Family style ish fry Friday. ·ar BQ Ribs Saturday. Open 5-10 p.m. Sat. and Sun. 12 noon-Id p.m. Closed Mon. and TIK Come see mi at beautiful Beaver Lake, BR'ER FRAN'S "F«r A Good Time Tonignt" MEW SUMMER HOURS: OPEN 7 P.M. la MIDNIGHT MON. thru SAT. ENTERTAINING WED. THRU SAT. TWEED--From Tulsa, Okla. Wed. and Thurs.--Ladies' Night EASTOATE SHOPPING CENTER FAYETTEVTLLE 521-9303 MOVIES ON TV Monday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 5-8-12 -- "Something To Live For" (1952) Joan Fontaine, Ray Milland, Teresa Wright 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "The Night of the Iguana" (1964) Richard Burton, Deborah Kerr, Ava Gardner Tuesday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 5-8-12 "The Great American Beauty Contest" (1973) Eleanor Parker, Robert Cummings 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Hammerhead" (1968) Judy Geeson, Diana Dors, Peter Vaughqn 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 2333 N. College 44Z-S575 MONDAY EVENING * 5:00 News . ................... World Report .................. Andy Griffith Mister Rogers .. ............ Truth or Consequence-S ......... To Tell The Truth ........ * 5:« Electric Company ....... Twilight Zone ... ........ News . ..... 2. 3. S. 6, 7. Truth or Consequrncea * I:M- Hodgepodge Lodge . . News . . 2. 3. 3. 6. 7. 12. 8 * «:»- * J:II Medical Center 6 i Washington Straight Talk .. 2. 3. 5. 7, S. 12, 16 11 i Death I]] Spatrc 16 J o h n n y Carson 2, 3, ·" Pcrrv Mason ........ ........ Wild. W i l d Worlh of To Toll The T r u t h Untamed World Open Door . ... Ilogan's Heroes . .. Let's Make A Deal * 7:M The Forgotten War B ; Mo !* 11:30 . I Death In Space e : + 12:00 ; Tomorrow 5 s ! * (2:55 -Animals' 71''TM;TM' 2! if 1:00 -3' Religious Town Hall ;::..'.'.: 11 TUESDAY MORNING 12 * 6:25 .Moments of Meditation " i * 6:30 - 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 751-7M1 T i i n m y and Lassie CBS News Country Music Time Tortay * 7:»- Gcntle Ben * S:H Captain Kangaroo Cartoon Circuo Seoame Street * 8:30 Oklahoma: Tuesday * «:0» a-A.M. Dinah Shore Sesame Street JoVcr's Wild Movie It's Your Bet A 9:JO Gambit Jeopardy . , . ......... ... Love American Style * 1I:W- Now You Sec It . . , Wizard of Odds ..... Ali My Children * 11:31- Hollywood Square* . . . . Lovo of Life Brady Bunch * 10:55 Coffee Br pak 6. II . . . ! 2, 3, S, ' News 11: Jnefcpol News TUBS * IS: All M: Mews Phil I Tablctalk I.c * Three on 2. i, 5, 6, 1 3. * 1: Baseball World c;nr;i£[ola , . Hookies " G u n s m n k e . .. T" liaseba'll ... Movie I l c n o i r Hero's Lucy . \ if 8:30 -- of Joe 1, 3, 7 V.'.V.V.V.... 1 .'. e. is SMS Forum 3 Garner Ted Armstrong . . 8 Inspinilion 9 , 3 7 |* 6:40 - 5. B. !2 ....V. , . - . . 6, ie I'nl Iloone Present* Comp.iMiicin's C h i l d r e n .. Dk-k Van Dyk TCnnlf H,»at g l r rd 8. wu£la.t 3, 5. and t h e Re3tlo5w . . 6 fr econd . - . . 8, 3, 5, for Tomorrow 6 5 - 3, 5, DAY AFTERNOON A * -Children tonahue Ik , 5 -- ·ft IV on n Match 2 World Turns 0. lake a Deal 5. 8, 5 MaLlnc* t^~ ; L I?h t 4 f Our MvW .... 2, 3, 5 ·rtA C!am« 1, 6 1 ''.'.'. .'...'.'.', 11 ir 2 M 12 Price is Right .. 2 G e n e r a l flivspital 7 A no tries' Worid IS . 1-V,-Match C a m e 12 HOU to Survive 16 One Lite to LlT» Uncle Xeb if 6:45 -+1:50 " l.isht o( Life s Today in Agriculture 7 * 6:55 -- H.trve.sl Time Tabernacle 5 I'roiect . . . . 6 2. 3. 5, 7 Merv G r i j f i n 6 It »: 12 2, 3. i. 7 Jeopardy I Dream of Jeannie Fugitive Bonanza Comer Pv!e. USMC Andy G r i f f i t h .-.,....,.,:. 9, 16 j . . -- . R 2, 3 5. 7 i. n 8 7 Lucy Show 12 Petticoat Junction 2 D i n a h Shore . ,,... 3 A I L My Children s Thret on a Match 7 « Dick Van Dyke 16 5J C a r t o o n s s i* Today's Yojrn 11 To Tell t h e T r u t h 12 _ Somerset 16 * J:3»- 12 j'etlii'Oat Junclio Dinah Shore 7 All My Childrer Three on a Mate Joker's Wild Ifi Human Relation. 7 Petticoat Juncti 11 Uncle Zeh 2, 3, S, 7 n "* 3 5 h '. 7 ,' . . 6 11 an ie ft * f:)V-- Beat the Clock . .. . Beverly Hillbillies ., this Sf low m Coll th disoln V i U ^ J l U 442-61 * Lucy Show ..,..*.'.'.' TUESDAY EVENING * 5:H -Twilight Zone Xews . Andv Griffith Mister Roger» To Tell The Truth ...."... 5, Truth of Consequence* * ft:*- XCVVK . . - . 2 3 5 , E l e c t r i c Co. * «.^»_ ·*·· -Bicentennial Lecture News 2 3. 5, Wild Kingdom I-et's Make a Deal .. Hotfan'j Hero*» 6. 7. 8, 12, s. V, i ii '. '.'.'.'.',', '..',' Thousands of Folks... check the TV directory every day and they'll read your ad in this space. It's priced at o special low monthly rate. For information coll the Northwest Arkansai TIMES, advertising department, 11 2. 3. 1 ... f. 16 . ..5. 1J ... 5. The Lion and Androclw A d a m - 1 2 Maude . . . Happy Days Lcfs Make A Deal 7:30 - 3anacck Movie Hawaii Five-O * 8:00 Black is a Beautiful Woman * 8:30 Shaft f i« 9:00 Marcus Welhy S * 13 XBC Xews Presents 2. 3, 7 Candid Campuj U It 9*M Today's Yoga 11 SMftc o« Niffht ............. Girl In My Lit* ........... Lucy Show · 4:M~ 11 Slar Trrk . zie'a Girl* ,,, Dnstyi Trail *.., To Ttll the Truth . . . . ; , . . 2. 3, T 8 12 i. 19 ... It ay's Yo t:M- . 2, 3. i. , 7, ». 12. !· . ; U J, 7 f 14 Xews * 10:30 The Murderers Johnny Carson 2, 3 Perry Mason Movie 11:30 -The Murderer* · * U:00 Tomorrow 2 1, S, T * 12:3« Project -. · if 1;W -Oklahoma Wirum 1

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