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12 Northwest Arkantas TIMES, TUM., July 30, 1974 FAVETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS HELEN HELP US » By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL.'·' ·'. '' ' ' · ' . Maybe She Has A Grandfather Complex ii!^^ A while back you ran a com; laint from "Overrun Husband bout his wife picking up bar- ains"at garage sales. Since I ,it the garage sale circuit -feel duty bound to give you my opinion about this exciting nd educational game. True, antique dealers may have been there, though not lecessarily first. You see, 1 jelp my two daughters in their antique business. .. From exper- ence. we know dealers can'1 always be first at sales, and sometimes if they are, they can't afford, don't know, or don't deal in the things we vant. Maybe the items aren't 100 .ears old, but many are desirable and collectible. I've been to garage sales on ;econd days and have bough' lungs that any dealer would jive ;both eye 'teeth for.- 1 .say et the "lady hit the garage circuit . -- she is very likely t :ome home with bargains and f she has storage space. -.well 'Overrun Husband" ought to hank his lucky ;stars that his yife isn't running to the neares iquor store or knocking' him down for another man. Wish you could stop by my louse sometime and I'd g i v e you some first-hand examples of collectibles. -- .Garage : Sale "ister .. ..:.'.;. . .: Dear Helen: I'm a 24-year-old divorcee, well built, considered attractive. I don't let myself get seduced on dates. I'm not a weirdo. Just normal, reserved person - with an unusual prob- .fem. ' · I'm mentally having a very emotional affair with a security guard at -my office building, but no one knows it. least of all him. I fantasize a b o u t him, dream of being crushed in his arms. But he's over 60! A very sexy 60, I might add. I don't want marriage - he may even have a wife for all I know. But I want the adventure of being with this elderly male. Yet Iscarcel ysay "Hi" to him. Should I follow my desires and let him know how I feel, or - what? -- Pondering Dear Pon: I doubt that reality would equal your fantasies - and, besides, this elderly gentleman may have a wife who wouldn't appreciate a 24-year-old rival. ' Perhaps you have R grandfather fixation, but I'd be more apt to guess you're lonely, a little shy with men your own age, and you'd rather dream than take a chance on being hurt again. Honest, now, wouldn't you cool off fast if he made advances? ; There's nothing wrong with day dreaming, but try some self-analysis too. And then look around at the younger, unattached men in your office. Some of them are attractive too. -- H. HELD OVER Show Starts 9:00 A COMEDY CLASSIC Mel Brooks' ·BVRZ1NG SADDLES ;O -PLUS- PAUL NEWMAN THE MACKINTOSH MAN Dear . , I've heard from many garagi sale enthusiasts: who tell me don't know what I'm missing Maybe someday, I'll join t h parade -- when I get a bigge: g a r a g e for storing (am ;rain my husband not to "clean DRIVE-IN THEATRE Starts 8:50 :-.; ROBRTfieDFORD ond miflfflRROUJ PG TH6 GRRT GflT/BV DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketchom out the junk" every Saturday).-- H.' other Dear Helen: My husband has three bad habits: He never brushes his teeth" -- says', it's bad for the enamel; He drinks from early morning till late at night. And he won't take a bath or change his clothes uritil I tell him a dozen times. But he's a good worker, and he.-has good teeth. Can't say the same about his breath oiv.b.d^. Since I can't stand them: .is separate rooms the answer?.-- B.W. Dear B.: Unless you can change his three bad habits -- well, maybe two out of three -- yes! H. STARTS WEDNESDAY Feature 8:40 FIRST RUN MEKMONEYaiidMUUKUUiCE The TIMES li On Top of -The'News Seven Days a WeeVI HOUSECALLS ARE IN AGAIN ICONIC 74 you'll love every minute: CONTINUOUS FROM DARK PH. 711-8724 S.C. Demos Voiing In Runoff Election COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- outh Carolina's Democrat hoose today between a veterai ongressman and a politica ovice in a runoff election fo lie party's gubernatorial nom: lation. W.J. Bryan Dorn, 58, a veter n of 26 years in Congress aces .Charles "P.\ig". Ravene young, investment banker orrner Harvard' quarterbac and political newcomer. Raven a l had a slight edge-over-Dor n the first primary on July 16 vith both polling slfghtly mor ban 33 per cent of the vote in even-man field. The winner will meet Re lublican State Sen. James B Cdwards of Charleston in th November general election.- Et wards defeated . forfrier .Arm Chief of Staff Gen. William'C Westmoreland in the July 1 Jepuhlican primary. Indepenc ent nominee. Peggy Jennings o Columbia also is on the ballot- On Long Range Financing Nixon Turns Down PBS Bill-Temporarily , - ' , B y JAY SHAJIBUTT , NEW -YORK .(AP) -^ The Vhitc House denied in June re- President Nixon had re- ected a proposed long-range fi- ancing bill for 'public broad- asting. But a key advisor who ent him the bill says Nixon did urn it down, if only temporar- '» Dr/'Clay T. Whitehead, -- was instrumental in per ; uading Nixon, through Gen Alexander Haig Jr., the President's top aide, to send the measure intact to Congress' this month'. But Whitehead, · chief of the W h i t e Office of .Tele- ommunications Policy nearly our years, admits he was tartled when he learned o: Nixon's initial decision. He said It consisted only o a short notification that he i ad not approved the bill. I didn't make any sense in view if the previous involvemen le's had in the public broad casting matter." He referred to administration efforts to decentralize public broadcasting and emphasizi more of a "grass-roots" ap mbabh. ; ' - .. The:bill,, aimed at insulating public broadcasters from undui government pressure and tin vagaries of annual funding would provide up to $440 mi: .ion over a five-year period, bu on a matching basis .of $1 fo every $2.50 t h e broadcaster raised from nonfederal sources WHITEHEAD PUZZLED Whitehead said its initial re jection was puzzling because ireviously had support fro: Jixon, who "knew what w were doing, "why we.'were doin it land that public broadcastin had- changed markedly.-;: 1 "The bill we were-able work out w i t h" them · (putli broadcasters) reflected a lot 'o his'concerns and would h a v reduced the danger that th: could turn into · a governmen funded television network.'' He said it made certain tha local stations had a strong rol iD'Tiational public broadcastin and that it generally ."was ver consistent with the"'N6w Feder alism' approach Mr. Nixon ha advocated -for so many years. Whitehead, who said Nixon' initial decision c a m e withou elaboration, said he argued'th case for the bill with Haig, bi: not with the President persoi ally. . : . - · · He said he later received White House memo that sai "The President h a s approve your proposal." He said it als was without elaboration, b u that he hasn't tried to learn th whys of the reversal. · He'said that now that White louse'debate on the bill has tided," lie thinks the measure lands a good chance of pas- age, even though it has unique jrovisions Congress rarely sees n a financing bill. ·/·It combines bo t h authorization for spending and appropriation of the funds in the same document, he said. T h e two steps usually are voted on separately by. the Congress. New Course In Nixonomics To Emphasize The free Market · By JOHN CUNNIFF Business Analyst · ·= NEW YORK (AP) -- The new course for economic policy therefore, hardly a continuation t earlier approaches to the in iatioh r battle, although there las been stated by President Nixon with the same force and conviction with which he announced his earlier programs; This one will be based on ! pa- ;ience and steadiness. Free markets will be emphasized. The spectacular will be scorned as bad economics, even if it is ;ood publicity. If this is so,' it will represent an about-face from earlier attitudes of the administration and, in effect, is the sharpest and most direct criticism yet made of Nixonomics. One of the most spectacular economic decisions of recent decades was the decision, an impulsive one in the eyes ol even some of his advisers, to impose a price freeze in Augusl 1971. Following might be a few threads tha' weave their way continuously. The President seemed even o concede an earlier lack o latience when he wrote Th Scpnomic Report of the Presi dent in February. "There are at least four les sons we can learn from ou last experience in combating nflation," he said, listing th r irst as "The importance of pa this were four phases of controls and decent rols, not in a steady sequence but marked by some impa tience and unsteadiness, such as an abrupt return to a price freeze-from June 13 to Augus 12, 1973. Involvement of this sort, o course, is hardly synonymous with a laissez-faire, or hands off policy. The free market? that now are to guide the re turn to stability were sus pended because they failed to do the job. The current policy of budge and monetary restraint is Thieves Take Drapes S P R I N G D A L E . -- T w e drapes, valued at $100, wen stolen, from the windows of thi Westinghouse Laundry on Tho mas .Street Sunday night, pblic said today. Owner of the laundry. B o b Stout, also said the busines was vandalized with newspap ers crammed in washin machines and trash stewn oi the floor. .ience." The other lessons namei ivere "The importance of th rest of the., world, the impor ,ance of production; the impor :ance" of free markets." In re Jard to the latter, he wrote: "In the past several years under the pressure of. emergen cy conditions, we have mad real, but temporary, depai tures from reliance on fre p r i c e s and free markets. I special circumstances and, fo short periods these departure have been helpful." But, he added, "taken toget! er, these experiences have.cor firmed trie view that .the fre market is, in general; our mos efficient system of economic o ganization.*' - · : And so, after some partial successful and some dismal unproductive flirtations with controlled'economy, the ad mi: istration now seems ready ' return t o laissez-faire. . . ; · . The problem for the admihi tration now may be its abili to convince the public- Hospital Gets Food of 1,000 cases of foe products had.been made to t' Arkansas Children's Hospital Little Rock' by Morton Froz Foods of Russellyille. Mrs. Louise Lierly, chairm^ of the hospital Committee f Washington County Extensi Homemaker Council, arrange for , the gift and transporta'i to the hospital by Jones Tru lines of Russellville. Ttoday In History y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS: Today is Tuesday, July._ 30,; e 21Hh .day of 1974. There; re 154 days left in the year. ; Today's highlight in history: ; Or. this date in 1909, the U.S,. overnment bought its first air-': ane. It was a Wright biplane; isting $31,000. '·- On this date: t In 1718, the founder of Penn-,; /Ivania, William Penn, died in; ngland. In 1863, ,the American auto. [oneer, Henry Ford, was born" ['Greenfield, Mich. · ' ' f; In 1916, before the U.S. en-j ired World War I,, German sa-; oteurs blew up a munitions; laht on Black Tom Island near' ersey City, N.J. In 1918, the American poet! ho wrote "Trees," Sgt. Joyce" '.ilmer, was killed action in; 'ranee, · In 1953, race riots broke out; h i c a g o ' s Trumbull Park erasing · project after a black- amily .moved into the pre-t iously all-white community. Ten years ago: President; yndon Johnson, in a surprise; nriouncement, eliminated Ally.; Jen. Robert Kennedy and five; ther administration officials; rom consideration for the* Xemocratic vice presidential' omination.: . * Five years ago:', President; ^ixon, on an Asian tour, visited; jouth Vietnam, conferring with' fficials and : visiting American roops. One year ago: Former Whita- House Chief of Staff H. R. Hal-' de'rrian told the Senate Water-" gate committee that he and' 'resident' Nixon were innocent; of any involvement in tha: Watergate . break-in and cover-up.,"" .' ·"' . . . . ' ' Today's birthdays: Pianist Gerald Moore is 75.' Baseball's' Casey Stengel is 83. i Thought for today: 'As soon; as there is life, there is danger--. Ralph Waldo Emerson,. American Writer, 1803-1882. Car Strikes Girl SPRINGDALE - A seven-: year-old girl was injured in a hit and run' accident at the 300 "block of Fink Street Monday evening. Felecia Kaye Price, 309-Fink St., was treated and .released at Springdale Memorial Hospital after being struck by a car on the passenger side. According to police reports. Felecia was crossing the street when a vehicle suddenly appeared and knocked her down. A witness described the car as- a white 1964 Chevrolet Malibu; A teenage girl .was said to be.. driving the vehicle. : DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulso, Channel 2 (Channel 1 wi c«bl« in FayMtivill*) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 r t (ChftniMl 4 m ulil* in Fay*Mvirril KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, JopUn, Channel 12 KUH1, Joplin, Channel 16 [dinner I «i abM In FayetNvlllt] : THE DELIVERS! CALL 521*3011 Now Open at 11:00 am IAW BREAXING,TML SHAKING GUN TOTING, WIDE OPEN AMERICAN GIRLS! ; sincy ^QnNQ BUSTERS, The Farmers Daughter Has Come To Fayetteville To Entice You ... . . . .To Spirit You Away from workaday worries into an atmosphere complete with good smells- good food, fresh air, and the best services anywhere. Come over to our house for dinner tonight. We are located on Johnson Road one-fourth mile North of Township in Fayetteville or call 5218686 for directions. Sutr. Mat. 2 P.M. (PC] TOM LAUGHLIN "BORN LbSERS" Open 7 Pel. 7:20 3:20 j-a Matinee 2 t'.M. BATED (R) One for All ^- All tor Fun Sun. Mat. 2 p.m. Rated FG BARBARA STRIESAND Sake 9 Ran. Mat. Z p.m. CLINT .EASTWOOD "THUNDERBOLT and LIGHTFOOT" «-W*"**«: Sat. * SOT. POWIIO*K-t!-M1 Mat. 2 p.m VELLER -- 7:45 JOURNEY -- £20 TWO DISNEY HITS "OLD YELLER" Plus 'THE INCREDIBLE JOURNEY" WXRNER CABLE of Fayetteville i 103 W. Mountain St. -- Phone 521-7730 Complete Home Entertainment Cable Service All-Area Television jand · Time · Weather - Special Events ' MOVIES ON TV ; Tuesday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 5-8-12 - "The Gun and the Pulpit" (1974) Marjoe Gortner, David Huddleston, Slim Pickers 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- 'The Fiend Who Walked the West" (1958) Hugh O'Brien, Robert Evan, Linda Crislal Wednesday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -- "The last Angry Man" (1974) Pat Hingle, Lynn Carlin, Tracy Bogart 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7,-- "The Double Man" (1967) Yui Brynner, Britt Ekland, Clive Revill 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Men of the Fighting Lady" (195.4) Van Johnson, Walter Pidgeon, Keenan Wynn 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound »33N. College 442-8575 OZARK HOME AND GARDEN CENTER · Shrubs · Seeds · Insecticides · House Plants · Landscaping Service 20 E. Township Rd. 'A Mile West Whit Chevrolet "We Give Yourf Green Thumb A" Helping Hand", TUESDAY EVENING-- '·Truth or Consequences . 7 To;Tell The Truth ; 3 News s * Andy GrUfith e Sesame Street TI Twilight Zone "" ]« * 5:30 News 2. 3 5, 8, 7, 16, 12 Truth or Conaequeneea 8 * 6:00 Making Things Grow 11 r^o"::""* 3 5 ' 6 ' 7 ' 8 ' 12 -" Felony Squad . . . . . . . . . 8 You Owe It To Yourself ' I I Kansas High School Rodeo 7 Wild Kingdom 5 Let's Make A Deal 3 Hogan'a Heroes u Dusty's Trail 12 To Tell The Truth 2 * 7:00 - Adam.12 . . . . . . . 2 3. Man Builds, Man Destroys .'... 11 Happy Day» 5 13 Maude ...· ...; 6, 16 Let's Make a Deal * 7:30 Hawaii Flve-O «, 1« Movie ....: ". 5, 8, 12 Faraday and Company z 3, ' Eye to Eye l; ·k 8:00 -What's The Big Idea? II * 8:30 -- Friends and Lovers ;..'..'·, 16 * J:M - 'olice Story- 2, 3 7 Sominic's Dream . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, 16 ·ndians for Indians ll Marcus Welby .*. 5 g, 12 * 9:30 -Today's Yoga '... n The Fess Parker Show 6, Iff * 10:00 News 2, 3, 5, «, 7, S, 12, 1« * 19:30 -Wide World Mystery 12 Johnny Carson 2, 3, S 7 Perry Mason g Movie « IS 11:30 -Wide World Mystery a * IZ:IO Tomorrow 2, 3, 5 7 V 12:30 -- ' roject e . 1 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 BR'ER FRAN'S Tor A Good Time Tonight" NEW SUMMER HOURS: OPEN 7 P.M. to MIDNIGHT MON. thru SAT, ENTERTAINING WED. THRU SAT. FayeKeville's Own CATES GANG EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER FAYETTEVIULE 521-9303 * 1:00 Oklahoma Forum ..WEDNESDAY MORNING-* «:30 -- · Farm-Ranch Report Inspiration ... News * 6:50 -Light of Life Today in Agricultura ^.6:55 GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory Creek Rec. Area ·nd dfne ai THE BARN K4 East off Hwy. 71 Steaks and shrimp r hom«ma4o cinnamon r«Hf r reliihes, and ulatfi. Family tyle lish fry Friday. Bar BQ RIb Saturday. Open 5-10 p.m. Sat.- and Sun. 12 tioon-14 p.m. Closed Men. and Tnu. CORK ue ui at beautiful Beaver Lad*. Harvest Time Tabernacle Moments of Meditation Project * 7:06 Death Valley Dayi Newa ................ ..... Today .......... . ..... ;... Country Mucta Tim* ..... f * 7:30 Gentle Ben ; ............ .. * 8:00 Captain Kangaroo ...... ,·.. Sesame Street ____ ... ..».. Cartoon Circua ....... . *8:30- - . Oklahoma: Wednesday * 9:00 Sesame Street 9 A.M ............ , Jokers Wild It's Your Bet Movie .. Name That Tun* ....... ... * 9:30 Gambit To Tell The Trulh WinnlnK Streak .. * 10:00 High Hollers ............ 2 Now You See It All My Children * 10:30 Hollywood Squarca . . . . 2, Brady Bunch Love of Lift ...... 5 8 « 12 e, ja 3, 5 7 ,. B, IB ,. - 12 f 12 8 . 2. 5, 7 .. «, 16 12 . 2. S, 7 , 8 5, 7 ... t, U 12 3, 5, 7 . . . ». VL .. I, It 10:55 -- i Coffee Break 6 News 18 11:W Jackpot 5. 7 Mike Douglas .-. 2 The Young and Restlesi ,.., 6, 16 Password I, 12 * lt:30 Celebrity Sweepstakes 3. 5, 1 Search for Tomorrow . . . . . . . . t. il Split Second I. 12 * 11:55 News 3. 5. 7 WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON-- 1Z:00 -All My Children 1 Phil Donahoe » Neva ^, 8. T, 12, 18 Tabletatk ....:. I * 12:15 -Leave it to Carol It * 12:30 Jeopardy! 2, 3 Let'E Make a Deal 5, 8, 12 Aa The World Turn* f, 1* *1Z:3S- Melody Matin-* T * 1:05 Newlywed Garnt .,....,.,... 8, 12 Gulldin* LUfht t, II Days ol Our Lire* 1. ft. I ' * 1:30 - Girl In My Life Edge ol Night .... Doctor* 2:08 Price la Right Another World General Koapita! ... * 2:30 How To Survive A Marriage Today's Yoga . . . . . . One Life To Liva . . . Match Game * 3:60 Sesame Slreet Taltletalea CarEooru $10,000 Pyramid . . . . Somerset 8 '."i"s, i. '.'."t,"\ S, ... 2. S 5, 8. 8. * 3:3* Jeopardy Mayberry R.F.D Uncle Zeb Joker'a Wild Dick Van Dyke Petticoat Junction .. Name That Tun* . . . . * 4:f»- Wlnnhlg Streak Corner Pyle, USMC . Fuglilve 1'. Dream of Jeannl* Mutter Rogers Wild, Wild Weat ... 8, 'i"i"s, Flipper 12 Bonanza , 0 Merv Griffin , 2 Electric Company it Lucy Show-..' .'.....'... g Beverly Hillbillies 7 Beat the clock 3 Daniel Boone 12 * 5:00 Andy Griffith « Truth or Consequences 7 To Tell The Truth 3 News 5, 8 Sesame Street 11 Twilight Zon« 16 *S:30 -News Z. 3, 3. 6,7, 12 Truth rr ConMquencea · WEDNESDAY EVENING- Newa 2. X. S, 8. 7. 8, 12, 18 Inaide Oklahoma Education . . . . 11 * «:30 - . Felony Squad 8 Grand Master Chess '..',,,..'.,.., 11 HoxanVHeroea 1£ The Cowboys 5 Wait Till Your rather Geta Horn* 1 Hollywood Square* 3, 12 To Tell Th« Truth 2 * 7:W Chaa* 2, 1. t. Hudson Brothers 6. 18 The Cowboys 8, 12 Zoom 11 * 7:30 - '. Boboquivarl 11 Movie 8. 12 llywood Television Theatre .. 11 Movie 2, 3, 5. 7 Cannon 6, 18 * »:M - : Doc Elliot 8 12 The SesssEon '. 11 Kojak e 16 9:30 -Today's Yoga It * 10:00 -News 2. 3. 5. 6. 7,8, 12, 18 * 10:30 -wide World Special 12 Perry Mason 8 Movie 6, 16 Johnny Carson 2. 3, 5 7 * 11:30- ; Wide World Special « * 12:00- Tomorrow I, ». J, 7 * 12:20 -Project g * 1:00 Today 1 * World 2

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