Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 25, 1974 · Page 11
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 25, 1974
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To Curb Inflation, Production Must Surpass Consumption By JOHN CUNNIFF NEW YORK (AP) - I[ the world's leaders appear puzzled about rising prices, the man in the street can be excused if no longer he seeks to under- sland inflation any more than he does his teen-age kid. "It's a phase." he says, suggesting to himself that it will pass. But here's an observation about life in an inflated economy that might help you understand why prices are rising all over the world, and why they're likely to continue rising for a long lime to come. First, what messages did you receive toda yfronv the media, receive today from t h e media, about it for a moment and you'll probably f i n d many of them fall into a category called consumption, such as: Eat your breakfast. Get all your vitamins. Fill up the gasoline tank. Pick up the paper while you're at the store - and get me a carton of cigarettes too. Let's take in a show tonight. Why not vacation in Europe? Big sale on suits. All day long the typical American is exhorted to consume, to spend, to acquire, to experience, to do. It is a consumption society: by means of appealing voices, fluttering pennants, sexual suggestion, visual displays and do/ens of otncrj-cchniqucs you are urged to buy, lo consume. The intensity of the message was once considered typically American, but what or,ce was called the American way of life is now quite likely the life style of the Brazilian and the Frenchman too. In contrast, how often are you exhorted to produce? Efforts by government officials to bring attention to lagging productivity have been relatively unsuccessful, a situation that an economist might deplore but which a psychologist can understand. As most of us know, consumption is usually more comfortable than production, at least over the short run. Eventually, however, if production isn't maintained, consumption costs more or becomes impossible. Fatally Injured WEST MEMPHIS. Ark. (AP) -- Thomas M. Triddy, 2fi, of Judsonia, died Monday of injuries he received Saturday in a two-car crash on U.S. 64 near Ebony, a small community near here. State Police said. Priddy's car spun out of control, crossed the center line ami Trooper Mike Hendrix sale struck another vehicle. Six passengers in the olhei car also were injured. Priddy died at Methodist Hos pital in Memphis. SMORGASBORD PIZZA HUT For LUNCH ALL THE PIZZA Now Mon. thru FH. 11-2 AND SALAD YOU CAN EAT Also Mon., 5-8 p.m. All Locations $ 145 Bring the Kidi - Only lOc Per Yeor of Age. 314 South School 2325 North College Highway 68 West, Springdale Open-8:00* Showtime 8:45 NOW SHOWING -PIUS- THE NEPTUNI FACTOR Donna's Marriage Is "-- HerTbTeata (CONTINUOUS FROM 3 SHOWS KITELY ; avr.}lK.iiiou]aa ^ 43MKV ) LAST 1 DAYS .Sun. M..C Open 6:4! ! r.v , Fel. 7:M-*40 .« Snr» ' SBB. Mat. 2 PJ Winner . Me would live fl . ** "Wt at all. I PCI MCQUEEN OPCH 7-W P.M. SUM. thru THURS. One Feature -- 7:4$ .^..n^.'ni P M """"aMSr"" wr.fia.'.oiuii.ii , Feature 7:20-9: M 'Open 7:00 pxm. Sun. Mat. 1 fM. Fet. 7:10 * »:15 aMrtch and Tne K'«t are back. San. Mai. 2 FJ«. Doit MiM tM FMIl Bant Mhn H! irai fl LOOK )"»" COMING MALL TWIN "Ttw 3 Musketeers" "Thunderbolt and Lightfoot" in- THE DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open of 11:00 a.m RK ELMHURST, III. (AP) -After Marianne McGuire weds July 6 she won't have to worry about changing the name on her credit cards or driver's license, and it's not because of a breakthrough on the women's liberation front. Marianne, 22, is marrying another McGuire, Roger. Last name introductions shouldn't present a problem for family and friends at the marriage and a banquet to follow, but first name introductions will be something else. Ten of the 15 persons in the bridal party are named McGuire, and the invited guest list is one McGuire after anoth- r. James E. McGuire and his wife, Rosemary, parents of Marianne, have seven children. James R. McGuire and his Curses, Red Baron John Marrs searches t h e skies for archenemy Red Baron in his role as Snoopy in the Boar's Head Players production of "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown," currently running at the Marble Falls Convention Center. The Boar's Head Players Is a University of Arkansas theatre group fa summer residence at t h e mountain resort. "Charlie Brown" alternates nightly through July 13 with "Barefoot in the Park" and "Ten Nights in a Barroom." Nixon Studies Ways To Meet Mortgage WASHINGTON (AP) -- A White House spokesman says President Nixon is still working out how to meet a S'13,OQO mortgage and interest payment due next month on his home in San Cemenle, Calif. Responding to reporters' questions, Deputy Press Secretary Gerald L. Warren also said Monday that Nixon has not yet paid additional 1969 federal income taxes listed by a congressional panel as amounting to more than $170.000. Warren said about the San Clemente mortgage and interest payment, due July 15: "I'm not sure how he's going to work ( h a t out. But I'm sure he'll meet whatever obligations are due." Although the President is not egally obligated to pay the extra taxes for 1969- -which the IKS said were underpaid--he- cause rt statute of limitations has expired, Nixon said earlier this year lie would pay them. He has paid the 1970-72 taxes he was obligated to pay after an I n t e r n a l Revenue Service STARTS WEDNESDAY Filmed in Arkansas -Plus-Moonshine 99 [OTla NOW SHOWING "Cheerleaders" 8:55 They gawe their a« ftr tffi team! -PWf- THBAMJTtESeRVK THREE WU DISHES TAKE yOUR CHOKE SEE STEWARDESSES B A T H E audit of his returns, Warren said. The IRS said Nixon owed an additional $433,787 in taxes, For the years 1969-72. Woman Named NORTHAMPTON. Mass. (AP) -- Jill Conway will he- come the first woman president of Smith College in July, 1975. the school's board of trustees announced today. Mi's. Conway. 39, will replace Thomas Mendenhall, who is scheduled to retire July 1, 1975. A native of Australia, Mrs. Conway is currently a vice president for internal affairs at the university of Toronto. She has a doctorate from Harvard University and has taught American history at the University of Toronto since 1964. She will be the seventh president of the largest privately endowed liberal arts college for "-omen in the United Slates. Her husband, John Conway is a professor of humanities at York University in Toronto. NorthwMt Arfcamet IIMES, TI*M., JIM* 25, 1974 rAYCTTIVILLK, AHKAM1A* __ Wedding To Feature The McGuire Family wife. Margaret Mary, parents of Roger, have six children. In addition, there are several duplications of first names across both families. Roger's brother Kevin and Marianne's brother Kevin are both 19 and members of the bridal party. Roger has a sister who has the same name as h i s bride, and his bride has a sister with the same name as Roger's mother. Confusing? "When you begin to get into nieces and nephews, it really gets ridiculous," said James E. Accepts Grant LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Mrs. Dale Bumpers accepted in behalf of the state Planning Department Monday a $37,820 federal grant which will pay for immunizing Arkansas children from birth to age 4 against two types of measles, polio, diphtheria, whooping cough and tetanus. Mrs. Bumpers said the new immunization drive would be called "Operation Wipe-Up" and would be aimed primarily at infants and toddlers missed by the "Every Child in "74" immunization drive that she headed last year. Suit Filed LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- T h e United States Fidelity and Guaranty Co., which carries a $25,000 public official bond on Pulaski County Sheriff Monroe Love, filed suit Monday seeking to recover $1,962.50 in attorney fees and expenses from a civil suit in which Love, a deputy and the bonding company were sued. The suit said that Love, when he applied for the bond in 1970, agreed in the application to indemnify the company against any loss, damage and expense incurred by it in execution of the bond. A U. S. District Court jury in April 1973 awarded Lewis L. Anderson $100 for injuries suffered when he was struck with a flashlight by Deputy Sheriff Ronnie Biggs. The bonding company was a co-defendant in that suit. McGuire. He said he enjoyed a few chuckles over mailing wedding invitations which read: "James E. McGuire and J a m e s R. McGuire request your presence at the marriage of their children, Marianne Therese and Roger Stephen . . . . " "I'm sure a lot of people thought it was a misprint," he said. And as for his future son-in- law, McGuire says, "What more can you want? He's of good moral fiber, good character and --he has a good name." Sanford Campaign WASHINGTON (AP) -- A citizens committee has been formed to seek the Democratic presidential nomination in 1976 for former North Carolina Gov. Terry Sanford. Sanford, head of the party commission drafting a charter for the mid-term Democratic convention in December, said he approved of the group but t h a t "this is not an announcement that I am a candidate." Sanford was an aspirant for the nomination in 1972. Formation of the committee was announced Sunday by former West Virginia Gov. Holett C. Smith. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week! Tropical Depression Fizzles Out MIAMI, Fla. (A) - A tropical depression headed toward Florida has about fizzled out, but a new disturbance caused some flooding and beach erosion along the state's Gulf Coast, the National Hurricana Center reported. "You can just forget about that depression--it's losing its identity," hurricane forecaster Joe Pelissier said Monday, 'but we've got a low now that's moving over Florida accompanied by plenty of rain and winds to about 35 miles an lour." Pelissier said the low had caused abnormally high tides which damaged some boats and flooded streets from Cedar Key south to Naples. At the same time a late season cold front moved over lha Florida Panhandle and caused additional thundershowers. Small craft around the Florida Coast from Cedar Key and Daytona Beach south ' were warned to exercise caution. Pelissier said the depression, about 650 miles southwest of Key West in the Gulf of Mexico, had peak winds of only 30 miles per hour and would be absorbed by the other weather systems. Earlier, winds gjstcd to 45 miles per hour. ' i SUNDAY DAILY SUPPER SPECIALS EACH WEEK 3901 North College Fayetteville, Arkansas Phone No. 443-3431 MONDAY HILLBILLY NIGHT Salad Bar, Pork Chops, Brown Beans, Potatoes, Sliced Onions, Cornbread, Butter. (The kind "1,11" Abner likes.) TUESDAY THE BEST OF LAND AND SEA Salad Bar, Breast of Chicken, Deep Fried Shrimp, Choice Of Potatoes, Bread and Butter. WEDNESDAY FLAMING SHISKABOB NIGHT Broiled Tender Chunks Of Sirloin Beef On A Skewer w/Onions, Green Peppers, Tomatoes, and Served On Rice Filar, Salad Bar, Bread and Butter. THURSDAY POLYNESIAN NIGHT Tender Cubed Beef w/Cbop Suey Vegetables, Sweet and Sour Sauce, Served Over Chow Mem Noodles, Salad Bar, Bread and Butter FRIDAY CATFISH FILET NIGHT A Family Style Dinner with all yon can eat. Big Platter of Catfish, French Fries, Onions, Hush Puppies, Cole Slaw, Bread It Butter. Bring the family (No Substitutes, Please) SATURDAY SURF AND TURF NIGHT Salad Bar, A Tender Sirloin Steak and One Lobster Tail, wfth drawn Lemon Butter, Choice of Potato, Bread and Butter. SUNDAY OUR EVERY SUNDAY FEATURE HIM a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Old Fashioned Chicken and Dumplings, Vegetable, Satad Bar, Bread and Butler. Treat Mother and the Kids Today After Church. DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tuba, Channel 2 (Channel * *n cable In KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel S KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Channel 4 an onto in Fayittnll*} KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel II KODE, JopGn, Channel 12 KUH1, Joplin, Channel 16 IChann*! » an canto la Fayettevilte) 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 GET OUT OF TOWN Drive "rt to Hickory Creek nee. Area and nine at THE BARN 2*4 EMt «ff Hwy. 71 Steaks and shrimp, ftomemada elunMnwi ralb. reK»h*. and salad*. Family style fr*h fry Friday, ·ar BQ Rita Saturday. Open 5 10 p.m. tat. and Sun. U naan 10 pjn. CtoMd Man. and Tu, Cam* «ee « at beaatrmt Beaver Lake. MOVIES ON TV Tuesday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 5-8-12 - "The Chadwick Family" (1974) Fred McMurroy, Kathleen Maquire, Darleen Carr 8:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Big Rose" (1974) Shelley Winters, Barry Primus, Michael Constantino 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Fever Heot" (1968) Nick Adams, Jeanine Rileey, Norman Alden Wednesday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -"The Man Who Could Talk To Kids" (1973) Peter Boyle, Scott Jacobyi Robert Rled 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 -- "How To Commit Maraiage" (1969) Bob Hope, Jackie Gleason, Jane Wyman 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "The D.I." (1957) Don Dubbins, Lin McCarthy, Jackie Loughery TUESDAY EVENING-* 5:00 Truth or Consequences 7 To Tell The Truth 3 News 5, 3 Andy Griffith G Sesame Street 11 Twilight Zone , 16 * 5:39 News 2, 3 5, 8, 7, 16, 12 Truth or Consequences . I * 6:00 Washington Debates for the '70s 11 News 2. 3 5. 6. 7. 8, 1Z, 16 * 6:M - Ctoie's Girla 7 Wild Kingdom 5 Dragnet g Let's Make A Deal 3 Hogan's Heroes 19 Dusty's Trail , 12 To Tell The Truth 2 * 7:00 Art Is II A d a m - i 2 2, 3, 7 Happy Days 12 M mid G $'. ig Let's Make a Deal ,.. S * 7:30 Snoop asters 2 3, 7 Movi p 5 ( 'g 21 Hawaii Five-O 0 16 Child of the Universe .... U * 8:00 The Trial of Henry Flipper 11 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound Z333 N. College 442-8575 Buy Your Carpet Direct From The Local People That Make It. Where You Get The Best And Save The Most. Lawrence Carpet Mills, Inc. SPRINGDALF,, ARK. HIGHWAY 68 WEST 751-7M1 BR'ER FRAN'S "F»r A Caed Tiro* Tonight" HEW SUMMER HOURS: OPEN 7 P.M. lo MIDNIGHT ---- MON. thru SAT. ENTERTAINING WED. THRU SAT. JUNCTION-from Memphis, Term. Wed. and Thurs.--Ladies' N i g h t EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER FAYETTEVIM/E 521-9303 * 8:30 Movie * 9:«» Police Story ... Marcus Welby Making Things Gro * 9:30 Today's Yoga * 10:00 News .......... 2. 3, * l»:3t) Frankenstein Johnny Carson Perry Mason . , Movie ....... . 11:30 -Frankenstein '.'."».' '; 5, «. T, 8. 3. 7 8. 12 . . . 11 ... 11 12. 18 6, 16 8 Tomorrow * 1Z:4» Project S, S, ». 7 * t:M -Oklahoma Forum 2 WEDNESDAY MORNING-* «:25 - MomcnK of Meditation I * «:30 SMS Forum 3 Gamer Ted Arrnitronff t *.«:15 Inspiration 2 *.*:« New* I * «:4S New* 12 * »:SI - I.ljht of Life | Today In AfrfeuUuT* 7 6:55 Harvert Tlm« Tabem»cl« t Project * 7:M - TLmmy and Ljusle .. News Today Country Miulc Tuna .. * J:» Gen lie Ben * *:M Captain Kangaroo Sesame Street Cartoon Circui * 8:25 Oklahoma: Wednesday 9:00 Sesame Street 9 AM Jokere Wild It'll Your Bet T.itllttalca Movie Dinah Shop* * »:3» Gambit Jeopardy Love. American Style * !·:·» Wizard of Odds Now You See It All H; Children * t»:M Hollywood Square* .... Brady Buncb Love of Ufa * 1«:55 - Cottea Break New* . 12 ... 6. !6 . i 3. S 7 18 12 C. 18 8 .... 2. t. 7 . 18 ·..*·..' ,1 i, i, i, ^ «. i« 12 * 11:1* Jackpot Mike Doiulaa I (. 1 1 The Youruf and Restlesi ____ #. 16 Password ............... 8. 12 * 11:30 Celebrity Sweepstakes ...... 3, 5. 7 Search for Tomorrow ...... .. 6. is Split Second ....... 8, 12 * 11:55- N'cws . ................... 3. 5. 7 WEDNESDAY AFTERNCON- * U:00 -All My Children ................ · Phil Donahoe ............... , 8 News .......... 2, «. T, 12. 19 Tabletalk ..................... t * 12:15 -Leave it to Carol .............. 16 * 12:30 To Be Announced ........... 5 Three On A Match .......... 2 3 ABC Afternoon Playbreak .. 8/12 As The World Turna ........ «, 1C * 1Z:3» Melody Matinee ................. 7 Guildinc L!*ht Days ol Our Llve * 1:30 Edge of Nl«ht Doctor. t. II J. I. S. 1 «, 1« X. J. J. 7 Price ]f Bljllt .............. e. II Anolher World ........ 2. 3 5 7 General Hoapttal ............ t 12 * 2:39 How To Survive A Marriage .............. f. » 5. 7 One Life To Uva . ........... a, 12 Matoh Game ................ ft 14 * 3:«* - Tatttet«lea .................. «. It Carloona ...... . ____ . ............ « Today's Yoga S10.0CO Pyramid Somerset 2, 3. 5 * 3:30 Mayberry ft.F.D Uncle Zeb Joker's Wild Dick Van Dyke Three on a Match Petticoat Junction All My Children Dinah Shore * I:M Comer Pyle. USMC Fugitive Jeopardy Star Trek 1 Dream of JeannEe Mister Rogers Green Acre* Bonanza Merv Griffin * 4:» Lucy Show Beverly Hillbillies Beat the clock Daniel Boone * 5:0» Andy Griffith Truth or Conaequencea To Tall The Truth News 5 Sesame Street Twilight Zone * a:Jt New. I. J, s. 8,7, Truth or Conaequeneea WEDNESDAY EVENING-* «:*»- New. t, J, I. · 7. t, tj. InsJde Oklahoma Education .... * 6:30 The Cov,-boys Dragnet .................... Wait Till Your Father GeU Home Hollywood Squares .......... French chef . . . . To Tell The Truth Heaver Lake- Show ...... * 7:M .. Introducing Roy Buchanan .. Chase ............... 2 J 3, Bobby Gentry .............. The Cowboys .............. * 7:30 Movie ........................ * 8:00 Movie ................ 2, 3. Cannon ...................... * 8:30 American Tropical * »:0» Doc Elliot .................. Kojak ..................... Open Mind ................ * 9:30 -Today's Yoga ................ * !lt:M News ........ 2. J. 5. 8. 7, 8. + 10:3« The Fat ot the Lind Perry Mason Movie ..................... Johnny Caracal .......... 2. * 11:36 The rat of the Und .., Tomorrow .............. J, * 1?:M -Project ........... · ..... . * 1:00 Today's World . 11 2 16 12. 1« 12 s «. \t , a 7 X I,

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