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12 N«rthwMt Arkonwit TIMES, Wee)., June' 19, 1974 rAVITTIVILLI, A R K A N t A f t Ttw TIMES b On Top of The Newt S*v*n Days a Week NOW SHOWING Op«n 8:00 « Billy Jack 8:45 BILLY JACK -PLUS- mt MB IK-SKI m iff STARTS WED. "Cheerleaders" 8:55 They gave tneir an for the team THIS AIRLINE SERVES THREE WILD DISHES TAKE YOUR CHOICE [£"':''« iBfiMmwifiQ Sun. Mat ·'«"'BM'»p«J««ri«»- 2 p.m. MMKT ROtrORO "JZl THE STING fflNN'EK OF SEVEN ACADEMY AWARDS Including Best Picture Sun. MX. 2 p.r. STEUE OUSTin mcquEEn HOFFmnn Sun. M*t. 2 p.m. (PC! Back -- Juit for the fun of it 'BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID" PAUL NEWMAN ROBERT REDFORD {PCI Sun. Matinee 2 P.M. LAST 2 DAYS where the lilies bloom From the people who Cav* you "Sounder" Thru*. 7:« M Fri. Srt. 7:00 9:25 . Mat. 2 p.m. (P 1 WAUDtSKOS tVWCE WONDERLAND hornvgll- bred HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL Parents, Kids Agree Surprisingly Often Dear Readers: Followers of Generation Rap now we conducted two national irveys last y e a r , one for arcnls of teenagers, the second 3r teenagers themselves. Many ' the questions were similar, r we wanted to compare two- enoralion reactions. While answers disclosed pre- ictable gaps, we were surpris- d al how often parents and hildrcn agreed -- and how well icy "read" one another, 'or example: We asked, "What percentage I young people do you believe- still virgin at age 19?": Barents guessed 23 per cent; eens guessed 31 per cent. (The ruth, according to our teen urvey, is that over two-thirds f all 13- through 19-years-olds re virgin, the number dropping D half in the over-17 group, loth young and old were consis- ently wrong here.) However, 71 percent of larenls thought Iheir own hildren were virgin (never- nimi "those o t h e r s " ) , and they vere nearly correct! .Exactly three-fourths of the larcnts questioned said they vantcd their daughters lo remain virgin until marriage, bu 1 inly 40 per cent thought they but only 39 per cent indicated cent of teens who believed Iheir 'oiks were "very firmly againsi all p remarital sex for girls" -would. Compared this lo 75 per hey would obey their elders vishes here. (Interestingly, 45 per cent o mothers admitted having pre marital sex relalionships, slightly larger group lhan the isul-menlioned 39 per cent o .oday's teenage girls who expec ,o be virgin al marriage.) · Some D8 per cent of youns people rated their parents marriages "good to excellent,' nnd three-fourths believed thej t r u l y loved each other. Thi checks favorably with the two- thirds of parents who reported satisfaction with their mar riages and Ihe whopping 86 pc cent who checked "yes" to "Di you love your spouse?" .Elders and offsprings also ag reed that illegal drug use wa a major problem- amon; ccns. They weren't far apart labeling presenl m a r i j u a n a aws too rough on privale users, ul they broke on the big uestion: 19 per cent of parents, s compared to 47 per cent of oulh, want pol fully legalized. Asked, "What pleases you losl about your family? 1 ' arcnls and children were tjually appreciative of one anther -- a discovery bolh gene- ations may find hard to be- eve. Only about one parent in 3 answered, "Nothing!" c 'Raising kids is pure pain! The kids lambasted their "hoss- a little more often, but the ·alio was still low. REDECORATE The finest in residential inferiors and exteriors. JOSEPH G. PRICE Contractor of Fine Painting. 521-1598 ^ow, for the predictable *eneratJon gaps: .Over two-thirds of respon Icnls lo our Questionnaire for 'arcnls said they hoped Iheir children would have marriages ike but scarcely one- hird of the kids dreamed o unions like those of theii parents (although 80 per cen rpted for "traditional Jifctimi marriages, with children), ."Do you have good 'give am ake communication with you children?": 87 per cent o larents wrote. "Yes," but onl il per cent of children though ikewise about communicatioi with their elders, . . .Over-confidence or perhap; self-deception appeared in othc aarental answers: An avcrag 35 percent said they could eas ily discuss with their offsprin such nnco-fearcri subjects i , birth control, VD. homo sexuality interracial dating -even masturbation to a some what lesser degree. But .. a more than 55 per cent of child-1 f j ren reported this k i n d of communication with parents -- and in the areas of masturbation and petting the average dropped to less than 30 per cent. ..Asked, "Do you think your child would tell you if he or she contracted VD or was involved in an abortion?" three-fourths of the parents answered, "Yes." But scarcely more than one-third of their children said they'd share such secrets with parents. DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketchom *V/ELL IF WT§ TRUE, HOW COMEtff 006S THE GROWING AND I SET ALL THE iWS 9 * But TV Exposure Valuable Performers Get Only Scale For Appearance LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Mil- sical groups lhal draw $50,000 or more for a concert work for scale on the TV rock shows -- atout $300. And they like it, says Don Kirshner. Kirshncr. who pioneered rock i late-night television with ABC's "In Concert" and his own syndicated "Rock Concert," explained, "Although they only get scale for a show, the inducement is that the television appearance might en- lance a star's record sales hy $50.000. "It exposes him to a whole new audience. This is particularly true with new talent." Kirshner said he believes cvun the biggest staf.T will continue to work for scale. Rock is fairly well established on the tube, albeit mostly in the wee hours. Besides his two shows, there is NBC's "Midnight Special," which also goes into other areas; "Soul Train," which features only black stars; anil the syndicated talk show for rock stars "Speak Easy." have listened overlong to the doom criers,) As one California mother put it: "Thanks for asking in your questionnaire, 'What do you enjoy about teenagers?' That question has made me so much more aware -- 1 thought, 'Now thcr's another thing 1 like about them!' You made my pleasure in my kids more conscious. "From here, il looks as if the teenage years are the beginning of the payoff. Just when you wonder i f - y o u have taught your kids anything -- if they've picked up one of your values, the seeds he-gin to sprout. Like volunteer plants, they're not what you expect, hut they're such a nice surprise! "You, worry about drugs and VD and ripping off and grades and running away, and then one r your boy says proudly of Friend, 'He's a very moral x?rson.' You try to understand ie home's responsibility for education, and he says, Vhat I do is private, but if ou want to know how we feel, II tell you. You apologize for ot being abTe to give him ev- rything the other kids have, nd he says, "That's all right, our That's something (When it came to good Feelings about themselves and their relationships, however, b o t h young a n d e l d e r s registered near 85 per on the positive side surprise people Ve have r e a 1 n e s s om e . pecial.' "Yes, t h a n k s for our teens!' - Mrs. Miller Yes thanks! -- Helen And Sue DOUBU FEATURE PROGRAM! THE HUT DELIVERS! CAIL 521-3011 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. PIZZA, $1.40 Value STEAK and SHAKE $100 1 Charcoal Steak Sandwich Your Choice of Chocolate or Vanilla Shake Special Good Mon. thru Sat. minute man r »hfn youV« it only f**e« * minute ir.fn 52» N. College ...... , ..... 52MI*2 324 W. Dicksoa ........... 413-3123 Nuclear Material Shortage Jeopardizes Mideast Plan WASHINGTON (AP) -- A shortage of nuclear materials could jeopardize President Nixon's nuclear arrangements with Egypt and Israel, a member of the House-Senate Joint Atomic Energy Committee says. Rep. Chet Holitield. D-Calif., said Tuesday the shortage also could leave a number of proposed American nuclear power plants without fuel. Holifield commented after John A. Erlewine, general manager of the Commission, mittee the government will be unable lo make new contracts after June 30 for supplying nuclear materials to power plants and other industrial users. Erlewine said his agency is not producing enough nuclear fuel to fill any new contract? after June 30. Erlewine said he did nol know how the cutoff date would affect the arrangements' wit 1 Israel and Egypt. But he salt: most domestic nuclear power plants already have contracted [or the malerials and shoulrln' be affecled. Atomic Energy lold the com Holifield accused the AEC o 'failure of responsibility" ii not making plans to meet tin shortage. He said the agenc; should have been able to "SGI down the road lo the poin where we would no longe: 1 b ible to supply domestic reac ,ors with the fuel they need t produce Ihe electricity i\r country needs so badly." Erlewine said the AEC has t ^top making new contracts t supply nuclear fuels be cans existing contracts account fo virtually all the capacity of th government's plants at On FUdge, Tenn., Portsmouth Ohio, and Padueah, Ky., tha manufacture the fuels. Erlewine said private it dustry has failed to respond t administration appeals that help the 'government in produi ing the nuclear materials. "Without any question, ther are policy questions to be ac dressed on the future produi tion of special nuclear m a t i rials," he said. Erlewine said the goveri merit would he able to meet a existing contracts for nuclea materials. Kirshncr, 39, Is a leading en- epreneur in Ihe music busi- ess. Al 24. he founded his own usic publishing and record ompany and later became resident of Colgcm Records, e managed the musical pub- shing works for the Beatles nd. since t h e i r o h n Lennon [cCartney. breakup, for and Paul He created the musical group it again for "The Archies," »n animated, group on a Saturday morning cartoon show. He is looking for a pnme- (imc series in the vein of "The Monkces" and "The Partridge family " But w i t h the added realism of today's TV comedy. "It would be a combination of music and comedy," he said. The country is ready to laugh. If you can "combine that with or "The Monkces," a TV show few years back, and then did I sure ivafrn and appealing kids. I'm sure it will lake off." Today In History By The Associated Press Today is Wednesday, June 10, he 170th day of 1974. There arc 95 days left in the year. Today's highlight in hislory: On Ihis dale in 1819. Ihe SS Savannah arrived in Liverpool, England, afler Ihe first Atlantic crossing by a steamship. On Ihis date: In 1586, colonists sailed from Roanoke I s l a n d . N.C., ending he first settlement of the En«- ish in -America. In 1754, a congress of seven American colonies was held in Albany, N.Y., lo discuss union 'or defense. In 1867, Emperor Maximilian of Mexico was execuled. In 1934, the U.S. Congres; created the Federal Commu nications Commission lo regn lale communications by wire and radio. In 1935, the German boxer, Max Schmeling, knocked o u t Joe Louis in a fight al Nev York's Yankee S t a d i u m . In 1953. Ethel and Juliu: Rosenberg were executed n Sing Sing Prison in Ossining N.Y., after beins convicted a: spies. Ten years ago: The Llnilet States announced it had tincov ered a network of more than 4 microphones embedded 1 years before in walls of t n American embassy in Moscow. Five years ago: Stale troop ers were ordered inlo Cairo 111., lo take over patrol of th city, which had been bit by ra cial disorders. One year ago: American an Soviet officials in Washingto signed agreements for cooper; lion in ocoanogra[hy. trair portalion and agricultural re search and culture. 7B!KiEiTiii:i:ii].iiiD:n[;]:Fffl Today's birthdays: The Duch- ss of Windsor is 78. Band lead- Guy Lombardo is 72. Enola House Fire Claims Five Lives ENOLA, A r k . (AP) -- A ·nolhcr and her four children lied Tuesday when fire de- Iroyed their frame home at Eno'lii in Faulkner County. Sheriff Joe Martin said. He identified the victims as athleen Hurley, 28; Kalhy ,ynn Hurley. S; Nancy Ann lurley, 4; Barbara Site Hurley, ; and Darvin Dwayne Hurley, months. Mrs. Hurley's husband, Darvin, 34. was at work at a Conway service station at the time of the fire. Martin said neighbors of the Hurley family reported hearing a largo flap of Uuinder and .hen seeing the Hurley home in 'lames. The house collapsed he- 'ore anyone reached it, he said. Inmate Missing CUMMINS PRISON FARM Ark. (AP) -- Johnny Robinson. 23, a C u m m i n s Prison Farm iu- male, failed lo return Tuesday from a meritorious f u r l o u g h , a spokesman for the slate Correction Deparln.enl said. Tim BEtltz, the department's public information officer, said Robinson was granted the furlough June 13 lo go to West Memphis and was to have returned Tuesday morjiitfg. Robinson was serving a life sentence from Crittenden County for first dogree murder. DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 (Channel an cable in Fayetteville) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tuba, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KTU1, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Channel 4 on cable in Fayettevlllet KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, JopCn, Channel 12 KUH1, Joplin, Channel 16 ICfunnel 9 on cable In Fayettevil1r CABLE TELEVISION NBC-CBS-ABC etv 9 CH, W 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 Creek Red An* and dine at THE BARN 2C4 tart off Hwy. 71 Steaks and shrimp, homemad* cinnamon rolls, relishes, and salads. Family style rrsh fry Friday. Bar BQ Ribs Saturday. Open 5-10 p.m. Sat and Sun. 12 rxxm-IJ p.m. C toted Mon. and TO.J Come see us at beautiful Vea¥er Lake MOVIES ON TV Wednesday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -- "A Message to My Daughter" (1973) Bonnie Bedelia, Martin Sheen, Kitty Wynn 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 -- "One, Two, Three" (1961) James Cagney, Pamela Tiffin, Horst Bucriolz 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Seven Golden Men" (1965) Rossona Podesta, Phillippe Leroy, Gabriele Tint! Thursday Night 7:00 p.m. Ch. 6-16 - "Nicky's World" (1974) Charles Gioffi, Mark Shera, Olympic Dukakis 8:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Viva Moxi" (1970) Peter Ustinov, Pamela Tiffin, Jonathan Winters 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "The Strawberry Statement" (1970) Bruce Davison, Kim Darby, Bud Cort 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 2333 N. College 412-8575 BR'ER FRAN'S "For A COM Time Tonight" NEW SUMMER HOURS: OPCN 7 P.M. to MIDNIGHT MOM. thru JAT. ENTERTAINING WED. THRU SAT. TWEED--From Tulsa, Okla. Wed. and Thurs.--Ladies' Night EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER FAYETTEVILLE 521-9303 WEDNESDAY EVENING if 5:00 Twilight Zone 16 Andy Griffith , 6 Truth or Consequences 7 To Tell Tha Truth - . 3 New* 5. 8 Mister Rogers 11 * 5:10 - Newi 2, 3 5 6. 7, 12, 16 Truth or Consequences Electr** Company * 6:00 Inside Oklahoma Education News 2. 3. 5, 6. 1, 8. 12 * 6:30 The Cowboys Dragnet - S Hogan's Heroes 16 To Tel] The Truth French Chef Hollywood Squares 3, 12 Wait Til Your Father Gels Home . * -3:00- Woman AHvel 11 The Cowboys , 8. 1 Chase - . . 2. 3, 5, Bobbie Gentry 6, 1 * 7:tt Movie 8, 1 * 8:00 -Movie 2, 3, 5. Bill Moyers 1 Journal 1 Cannon 6. 1 * 8:30 -- Joyce at 34 .................... 11 *· 9:00 Doc Elliot .................... 8 !2 F"ear Woman .................. 11 Kojak ........................ 6. 16 * 9:30 Today's Yoga .................. II * 10:00 -News .. ..... 2. 3. 5. 6 7. S. 12. 1C *· 10:30 Razzle Dazzle Rock 'N' Boll ---- 12 Perry Mason .................... S Movie .................. 6, 16 Johnny Carson .......... 2. 3 5, 7 * 11:30 -Razzle Dazzle Rock 'N' Roll ---- 8 Rock 'N' Roll Festival ........ 12 * lZ:t* Tomorrow ................ 2 3. S. 7 * 12:15 Project .......................... 8 * 1:00 Tuls:i Youth Forim ............ 2 THURSDAY MOUSING-- * «:Z5 Moments of Meditation ........ B Buy Your Carpet Direct From The Local People That Make It. Where You Get The Best And Save The Most. Lawrence Carpet Mills, Inc. SPKINGDAUJ, ARK. HIGHWAY 68 WEST 751-7M1 *G:30- SMS Forum ........... S Garner Ted Armstrong ..... ... 8 * 6:35 Inspiration ____ ... ............ -· 2 * 6:JO- Thousands of Folks,.. check the TV directory every day . .tind they'll revi your ad in this space. It's priced at a special low mcnthly rate. For information call tli» Northwest Arkansas ilM(S, display advertising department. News ..... * 6:50 Light of Life Today in Agriculture ^f 6:55 -Harvest Time Tabernacle Project * 7 : 0 0 Timmy and Las*I* CBS News ...... Country Music Tlm# Today * 1:30 Gentle Captain Kangaroo .... Sesame Slrwl Cartoon Circus , * S:J« Oklahoma: Thursday # !l:00 Dinah Shore Sesame Street 5 A.M. Joker's Wi:d It's Your Bet . . . . . . . . . Movie -·- "-'in -G a m b i t 2, J. *. 7 * 1«:M Brady Bunch Love of Life 9. 12 C. 16 Hollvwrvod Square* ...... 2. 3. 5, 7 * 10:55 -Coffee Break CBS News * 11:00 Jackpot Password Mike Dougla Young and Rertless * 11:30 Celebrity Sweepstakes Search for Tomorrow Split Second * 11:55 News 8. 1 5. 7 6, 16 - i. 12 3, 5. 7 I THURSDAY AFTERNOOJC- * I2:« News ft t 7. 1! II Phtl Donahue Table Talk All My Children * 12:15 Leave it to Carol Thre« on A Ma'ch 2. 3 2, 4, 7 To"'Tell'The "Truth 12 ir 10:M .Now You See 11 «. 18 Wizard of OdJ» 2 3. i. 1 All My Children . 13 Let's Make A Deal AJ The World Turns * 1Z:M Melody Matine* * 1:M- Guiding Light S, S .. t. 6:45 -Days Of Our Lives 2, 3. 5, 7 Newlywed Game ........ *, 12 Edge Of Night 6, 16 2. 3. S, 7 . 2 3. 5. 7 S, 12 * 1:» Doctors Girl In My LU« ... * 2:00 Price Is Right .... Another World General Hospital ... * 2:30 Match Game , 6 16 How To Survive Marriage 2, 3. 5. 7 One Life To Live » 12 * 3:00 - Tartletales «. 16 Cartoons U Today's Yoga II Somerset 2 3. 5, 7 J10.060 Pyramid 12 Eye To Eye 11 Joker's Wild Dinah Shore Andy Griffith Corner Pyle U9MC Bonanza Sesame Street *4:JO Beverly Hillbillies Bonanza .... ....... Lucy Sfhow Beat the Clock ..._. IHNUSDA'T EVENING-* *:»» - Twilisht Zone News To Tell The Trulh A n d y Griffith e Truth of Consequences 7 Mister Rogers II News' . 2, 3 5. 6, 7, \1. 1« . . . 1 6 S. 8 .... 3 Electric ComiKiny Trulh or Consequence* II 16 Uncle Zeb Dick Van Dyke ... All My Children .. Petticoat Junction Lucy Show , Three On A Yltch 7 * 4:90 Star Trek 5 Fugitive 16 Jeopardy 3 Merv Griffin 1 Dream of Jelnnle 6 News 2. 3, J 3 ] Woman Dragnet Police Surgeon 6, 7, a, 12. it i, 8 Buck Owens 12 Hogan's Heroes 16 To Tell The Truth 2 Newsmakers 11 Slim Wilson i *7:M Flip Wilson . Dora's World Movie «. !( Chopper One . Shall We Have A King? Joyce Chen's China . . * 7:30 - Cminiry Music Festival . Firehousc * 8:0» - IS 11 it . A 12 .. Fu ... * 8:30 -Movie Firing Line *:«« Comedy World .... 2, 3. i. ^ 8, 12 2 . 3 , 5. 7 Street of San Francisco a - p *9:30 Today's Yoga * 10:00 News ·· 11 !. 3. 5, 6, 7. 8, 12, II Good-Nifrht * 10:30 Geraldo Rivera: America Perry Mason ...\. g Movie e ig Johnny Caraon 2, 3. 5 7 + 11:10 G era Wo Rivera: Good-Night America $ Tomorrow ..,, 2 3, S 7 ir 12:30 -Project y M ' ·^ ~"

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