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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

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16 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Mon., July 22, 1974 FAVETTEVILLEj ARKANSAS NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS IN THE TIMES Russian Women Unable To Buy Fashions They See Modeled MOSCOW (AP) --The women [factories. fashion show watched avid interest as a model wearing a denim pauls strolled down tlio runway, suil fol- Open 7 I'd. 1:20 Di» "· ""--- Suntlya M.il3ne« 2 RATED R On For AH -- All For Fun Sun. Mat. 2 p.m. Ilnterl (PG COLUMDIA PICTURES AND RASTAR PICTURES PRESENT *W.7IN.4ll»Lllll«IIIU» Stlfl. Mut. 2 P.m. CLINT EASTWOOD 'THUNDERBOLT and LIGHTFOOT" Sun. Mat.. 3 I'.M. DOWNTOWN-- 44MIi YKrJM'.R -- JOU11NKV -- 3:20 WALT DISNEY'S "OLD YELLER" Plus 'THE INCREDIBLE JOURNEY" The word 'c roq u ette 1 com c* from the French verb *croquer' r meaning to "crunch" or to "crack under the teeth". And that'* how ttie crust should be. , * _ * Good garden this year? Con- aider freezing some of your produce. Blanch before freezing to stop eniyme action. Cook two -- freeze one. And to avoid tying up all your casseroles in the fre«zer, line dish with ntuminum foil (enough to close ove rfood}. When food is frozen firm, take away the dish. Remove foil before reheating in casserole. k * · Great chefs agree that good stock is the basis of good sauce. It takes a long time to cook, but one potFul can be frozen in small cubes, ready to thaw as needed. OUR great chef keeps a stockpot bubbling, so you don't Tiave to. Come taste her perfect sauces, . whne you enjoy dinner at SUZIE WONG'S RICE BOWU owed later by a girl in a filmy cocktail dress with a deep V-neck and practically no back. Seven blocks away, Gum, the bigjest department store in Moscow, diplayed nothing remotely resembling the fashions the women had seen at Moscow's House of Fashion. In a top Soviet Newspaper, a reader recently complained to Vyacheslav Zaitsev, the Soviet Union's foremost fashion designer, about the lack of attractive clothes. "Why can't we get 'fashionable' fashions?" she asked. · Part of industry least -- hasn't produced what the designers created. An official ol the Soviet Ministry of Light Industry recently criticized House of the problem is that until recently, at designers ol the Fashion, the haute couture of the Soviet fashion industry, and other designers for creating clothes which could not be duplicated by clothing Wtutqfi. RICE BOW 412-2222 Highway 112 North Closed Sunday Monday 5 to 9:30 p.m. Golf King 18 Hole Puffing Course Mon. and Thurs. DOLLAR* DAYS Play as many games as you can 3 to 11 p.m. Only $1. CAN'T RECOGNIZE DESIGNS ' the ' other hand, an interview two Zaitsev, on complained in years ago that "we send designs to the factories anil sometimes don't recognize them as our own when the articles appear." But today tlie designers and the Ministry of Light Industry, which governs the Soviet fashion world, claim they're on the road to solving tlie problem.- Now, 'fashion houses must work directly with clothing factories in their design of clothes, 'taking into account the peculiarities of mass production, availability of cloth. And decoration," said G. P. Antonova, a ministry official. And it still remains to be seen whether the frilly, feminine clothes modeled at that recent fashion show will actually turn up in stores a year from now. They can't be purchased at the House of Fashion. Few attractive things are currently in the shops. A check of several clothing stores and tlie clothing sections of large department stores revealed a limited selection of dresses and pantsuils, most of which appeared to be designed for plump, middle-aged women. " BETTER DRESSED Despite her problems in get- ling attractive clothes, the Russian woman has become more fashion conscious and better- dressed in the past few years, say Westerners living in Moscow. Clothes are more colorful and styles more varied, they report. Many young women have rejected the frizzy, dyed hair and heavy islers or long hair and the natural ook. Jeans are a more common sight now on the streets. Most of tlie better-dressed vomcn do not buy ready-made clothes, Westerners either make them or have them DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM _*/ . PLEASE DONT EAT MY MOTHER! CONTINUOUS FROM DARK PH. 751-8724 Mulli Only DHIVE.IN THEAICE makeup" of their and mothers and. elder opted say. They dressmakers, using out paltcins or of fashion pictures cut magazines. '"i'he material available and I he patterns have improved n u c li more tlian retail clothes," said one American. Zaitsev said he wants to improve both the quality of clothes on the rack and the fashion-consciousness of all Russians, including men. "People should be as well dressed when they go to work, as when they go to the theater, concerts or weekend parties," ic said in a recent article in Literaturnaya Gazela (Literary ~ a z e l t e . NO GUIDANCE The boyish-looking designer, tiis longish hair curling softly around his face, admitted that [he Soviet fashion industry provides no guidance for women on what should be worn where. "We keep that information secret, creating grounds for incredible rumors," he said in the article. "For example, young girls are saying that the to have now is a round and plucked eyebrows. look face That's absurd." He advocated a weekly Soviet television program to advise women what to wear to work, parties and the theater and "what we should renounce in order not to look old-fashioned." Tlie 26-year-old designer also advocated opening specialty shops or boutiques for young people to help them improve their fashion consciousness. Zaitsev outlined his ideas in a long interview with severa American correspondents at the House of Fashion. Several other designers and a couple of models sat in. The top designer in a country which frowns on individuals asserting themselves, Zaitsev ani matedly pushes individuality. "Two or three years ago, we admired and idolized French minute designers," he said. of time we have devel 50 W. Township Rd. Phone 443-2686 HELD OVER! LAST BIG WEEK Soft Drink or Coffee $1.30 Value AMERICAN GRAFFITI" 529 N. College -- 521-1OG2 321 W. Dickson -- 443-3123 SMORGASBORD For LUNCH ALL THE PIZZA Now Mon. thru Fri. 11-2 AND SALAD YOU CAN EAT "LAST SUMMER" pcd and matured. The time of lind admiration of European ashion vanished, and we have ome to critical attitudes to icir proposals. They're a ba- ometer for us. We check our- elves against them ..." The spring - summer collec- on, however, shows a definite Western influence, with denim )antsuits, jeans, casual cotton anls and tops for the beach n-ougli, 1224 W. Onk Avc., Sun- ay evening. Miss Yarbrough old police she was away when he theft occurred. Entry was gained by limbing through the ront window. The pills were alue at §20. nd flowing chiffon ocilail dresses.. and crepe .. Zaitsev .displays his own style exnuberantly colored long rint peasant dresses, kirt slit to the waist. wilh the Clinic Burglarized Early Saturday SPRINGDALE -- The Springdale Clinic on Meadow Avenue -as burglarized early Saturday but only a black doctor's ba; containing a resuscitation ki vas missing. No drugs were aken. Police said the rear door's ent was kicked in and the door tself pried open to gain entry Nearly all the offices were ran sacked. During investigation, t\vi screwdrivers, a flashlight, and two bits .were found on the floo: of tlie clinic. Police believt ,hese tools were used in thi jurglary. ^_^_ Medication Stolen SPH1NGDALE -- Several iottlcs of prescription diet pills .nd cold roin Ihe tablets were stolen home of Sue Yar- NIGHTGOWNS LEFT IN BACK YARD SPRINGDALE - Rose Aaron might have still asleep Vandalism Reported A grocery carl, which was apparently pushed by someone, rolled across the Evelyn Hills parking lot into Ihe Mont- Wards garage door reaking the glass sometime Saturday night Fayclleville police said today. thought Sunday she was morning when she walked inlo her backyard about 7 a.m. and round :hreo nightgowns hanging oii her clothesline. The gowns, light blue, dark blue and pink in color, were' pinned 'to the line. Mrs. Aaron; 604 Virginia St., told police she has no idea where they came from The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week! C O U P O N FOR THE FAMILY . . 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Remember when food was treated as if it were truly one of the pleasures of living? Bring your memories to us and we will have your sweetheart eating out of your hand, Monday through Friday 5:30-10 p.m. Saturday-One Seating at 7:30 p.m. Sunday-ll:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Call 521-8686 for reservations Johnson Road, Y* Mile North on Township Road Fayetteville \AARNERCABLE of Fayetteville 103 W. Mountain St. -- Phone 521-7730 Complete Home Entertainment Cable Service All Area Television and . . . FM Radio Time-Weather-Special Events if=m l**P- MOVIES ON TV Monday Night 7:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-7 -- "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" (1974) Diane Baker, Cliff Robertson, Pamelyn Ferdin 8:00 p.m. Ch. 5-8-12 - "5 Card Stud" (1968) Dean Martin, Robert Mitchum, Inger Stevens 8:30 p.m. Ch. 2-3-7 -- "Twice in a Lifetime" (1974) Ernest Borgnine, Delia Reese, Eric Laneauville 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 - "The Girl He Left Behind" (1956) Tab Hunter, Natalie Wood Tuesday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 5-8-12 -- "The Third Girl From the Left" (1973) Kim Novak, Tony Curtis, Michael Brandon 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Pretty Poison" (1968) Anthony Parkins, Tuesday Weld, Beverly Garland 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 2333 N. College 44Z-8575 Buy Your Carpet Direct From The Local People That Make It. Where You Get The Best And Save The Most. Lawrence Carpe! Mills, inc. SPRINGDALE, ARK. HIGHWAY G8 WEST 751-7981 OZARK HOME AND GARDEN CENTER · Shrubs · Seeds · Insecticides · House Plants · Landscaping Service 20 E. 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Coffee Break News 16 .... 6. I "2. 3. 5, Captain Kangaroo 6, 16 Cartoori Circus 8 Sesame Street 1! * 8:30 -Oklahoma: Tuesday 8 ·k 9:00 - 9-A.M 6 Dinah Shore 2. 5, 7 Sesame Street Joker's Wild 18 Movie It's Your Bet 12 Gambit Winning Streak .... To Tell the Truth . * 1I:M- Htgh Rollers ........ Now You See It ..... Air My Children .. * !»:»- Hollywood Squares Love of Life Drady Bunch .. 6, 16 2, 5, 7 ... 2, 3 S, ^ : 6. 16 12 Password a, 12 Mike Douglas 2 Jackpot 3, S, 7 Young and the Restless .... 6 16 Split Second «. 12 Celebrity Sweepstakes .. .. 3, S, 7 Search for Tomorrow 6. 16 * 11:55 News 3. S, 1 TUESDAY AFTERNOON * 1I:W- A1I My Children News . Phil Donahue ... lil Don Lblctnlk 2, 6. 7, 12. 16 Leave It to Carol 16 12:30 -- . e.'ie Jeopardy As the World Turns Let's Make a Deal S. 8. 12 * 12:35 Melody Matlnea Guiding LiBht Days of Our Lives Newlywed Gam* * Istt- . . . 2 , 6, 16 I, 5, 7 '. II 2 3, 5. 7 Doctors .................. , Edge of Night .............. 6. Girl In My Life .......... 8. 12 * 2:»- Prlce is Right ............... 6. 16 General Hospital ............ 8, 12 Anothei Worid ........... 2, 3. 5. 7 Today's Yoga 11 Match Game ................. 6. 16 How to Survive a Marriage ............... 2. 3 S. 7 One Lite to Liv« ............ t, 12 * S:*»- Scsamc Street ............ . ---- 11 S10.000 Pyramid ................ 12 Cartoons ...... , ................. 8 Tatllctales .................... 6. 16 * 3:31-Petticoat Junction Dinah Shore Joker's Wild Uncle Zcb 8 Dick Van Dyke ._ Ifi Jeopardy Mayberry. R.F.D. * 4:00 Merv Griffin Winning Slre.ik . Wild. Wild West 5 Bonanza £ I Dream of Jc.innie 7 G'..,ier Pylc, USMC Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 11 16 Flipper .......................... 12 Fugitive * 4:3«- Klcctric Company Daniel Boonn ---- · Beat the Clock ....... .·· Beverly Hillbillies Lucy Show TUESDAY EVENING * S:0fi Sesame Street ....... Twilight Zone News . . . .......... ... 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Man Destroys Happy Days Let's Make A Deal * 7:15 Baseball All-Star Game * 7:30 Hawaii Fivc-O The Naturalists 11 16 12 3, 7 19 Movie""'.T.T'T.T...'.'.'....'.'. 5. 8 12 * 8:00 - Wnal's The Big Idea? 11 * 8:30 -Shaft 6 U *9:00- Indians for Indians 11 Marcus Welby 5, 8, 13 * 9:30 Today's Yoga 11 * «:«»- News .. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7,8. 12. 16 * 10:30 Wide World Mystery 12 Johnny Carson 2, 3. 5. 7 Perry Mason Movie 8 16 if 11:30 Wide World Mystery 8 * 12:00 Tomorrow 2 3, 5, 7 * 12:10 project 6 * 1:00 Oklahoma Forum 2

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