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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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14 · Northwest Arkansas TIMTES, Tuev, Aug. 6, FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Cystic Fibrosis Drive Planned ? Volunteers are needed for the. N a t i o n a l Cystic Fibrosis Research Foundation door-lo- Hoor drive to be held in Fay- fcttevllle Sept. 11, according to Joe ViUincs, chairman of the local chapter. J Villines said that there arc 40-60 known cases of cystic [i- hrosls in Arkansas and that the Inheritant lung disease which usually affects children results in death in 100 per cent of the cases. One in every 150 child- fen in the nation have the disease. t T h e disease is hereditary through a recessive gene and there is no lest to 'date that can determine the carrier, added Villines. . . · The Cystic Fibrosis Research Foundation has no salaried personnel and 98 per cent of its funds go to research of cystic fibrosis and other lung diseases of children, according to the HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL local chairman. .Little Rock Is the home of one of the few Cystic Fibrosis Clinics in the nation. V i l l i n e s emphasized that although there is no known cure, early diagnosis and treatment relieves suffering and lengthens lives (the average life span being 14 years). The signs ot lung-damaging-disease are: recurrent wheezing, persistent coughing with excessive mucus, pneumonia more than ' once during childhood; good appetite but poor weight :gain and clubbing (enlargement of fingertips). · : · Persons wishing to donate funds to the foundation may send checks to the Cystic Fibrosis Savings Account at the First National Bank in Fayetteville. And persons interested in working during the door-to-Ioor drive should contact Joe Villines at 521-3834. DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM 3 SHOWS N1TELY CONTINUOUS FROM DARK Wives Accused Of Dissecting Husbands FIRST TIME TOGETHER! BOTH FILMED IN ARKANSAS Dear Helen: Would you please print this for wives like mine? That means most wives, judging from what 1 overhear. Listen to a covey of females yakking around a barbecue and .he conversation. is usually about husbands: "John eats like a horse and then. he..wonders why :lie .gains · weight." "My husband has this weird habit..." "His snoring- is unreal!" ". . .Just like a little kid, always wanting his own say." Women talk about their husbands as if they were children, and as often as not, right in front o f ' the poor guys. They compare" '/waist- · measurements, thinning hairlines, the way they dress, even how t h e y make love, I suspect.. , Yet if a husband .makes remarks about .bis':wife in public, all hell breaks loose when .hey. get home. . Why are husbands expected to sit there and take it when their wives 'dissect .them, at cocktail parties, backyard barbecues, etc.? -- Skewered Along With The Meat ; · · Dear Skewered:· . Why don't you give as g o o d as you get? If you fellows would put oh a skit -- doing a number on wives in the same way they discuss your , little quirks -- rtiaybe- ', party conversations would be less picky in the future. -- .H. . 'Mommy, put my pants on, please!" They also make him go naked n the house so that · he'll sit on the chair -- but they imply .his is punishment. And a "mis- :ake" warrants a.spanking. They started this training before he was 2 and it hash'l shown many results except tha' the child is nervous and cries a lot. Your Concerned Grandma Dear Grandma: opinion, : . please? ·-- My opinion is that if these parents would simply forge potty training for severa months, then start over -- with a complete change of attitude -- their son: would probably train himself within weeks. 996,985 Voters Registered In 75 Counties 'County clerks in the 75 coun- ies ot the .state of Arkansas lave reported to Jimmie "Red" fones, auditor of the state that 996,985 persons have registered and are eligible to vote as ot June 1, 1974. Jones said, "In spite of the act that seven counties show a decline in registered voters over last year,' the ; over-all number of eligible voters in th'e state has increased by 58,846. This is the largest official tabulation; .of registered^; voters ever made':- and sets an all trme record: for the number of persons eligible to vote." Jones also predicted that by the November general election the voter registration rolls would exceed one million plus for the foreseeable future. The number of persons registered and eligible to v o t e in Washington County by June 1, NOW SHOWING Show Starts 8:40 Nation Has Yet To Recover The Tonkin Gulf Resolution 10 Years Later · When they substitute praise for punishment, and slop making mountains out ot mole hills (or oceans out of puddles they'll see a great change, no only in dry pants but in thei boy's personality. -- H. 1974, were 36,203 compared, to 24.983 in June of 1973.Benton County had 25,635 eligible registered voters in June and Madison - county had . 7,055 both showing increases from last year. ' . :.· · ' : . DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketchom Dear Helen: My grandson is nearly 3 and riot completely ! toilet trained. Is .t!''correct "'for the parents to force-him into sitting oh the potty chair for long .periods of time, while. he screams. STARTS WEDNESDAY Feature 8:35 Wild as the swamps that spawned her, She pumped HOT BLOOD NOW SHOWING Feature 8:40 FIRST RUN HER MONEY and MOONSHINE · MBcrr COMES TO nx.KUU looms nan "THE HITCH HIKERS GATOR By WILLIAM 'I. : RYAN t A F Special Correspondent ·Ten years ago this week the United States Congress took a giant step into an agonizing entanglement, and the nation has yet to recover. · ' · : The step purportedly was intended to stem the offensive of communism in, Sotheast Asia. The United States since has disentangled itself some, though far from completely. As for the offensive, it may have slowed or even hesitated, but it never stopped. It is on again righl iOW. -One of- the most painful chanters riti -American history began on 'Aug. 7, 1964; when Congress approved what would be known as the Tonkin Gulf Resolution. The vote in the Senate was 88-2, in the House. 416-0. The resolution's expressed aim was "to promote international peace and security in Southeast Asia." The effect was to permit. President Lyndon B. Johnson to intensly the Vietnam war and American involvement therein, at his discretion. As seen by Gen. William C. Westmoreland, newly assigned American commander in' Vietnam! the situation was this: The Viet Cong, strongly supported by Communist North Vietnam's regulars, controlled most of South Vietnam's rural areas. A series of military coups in Saigon had made-thai regime perilously unstable. The Communists were ;in grabbing distance of easy victory that would nullify years of American effort at a cost of more than $10 billion since the end of boat fleet and a petroleum storage area at Vinh, in the North Vietnamese ' panhandle, were iit,:[.the announced, purpose being' to signal Hanoi against "miscalculation" ' o f v American intent to' respond to attack. Two days later Congress gave the President carte blanche with the Tonkin Gulf resolution. The decision' would mean eventually that the original- billion American investment would swell toi more than $200 billion ia'another nine years. From about 20,000 American military men , on the scene in 1964, : the figure would be more than.500,000'at the peak of the war. The casualty figures among A m e r i c a n s , relatively in significant'up to the time of'lhj Tonkin Gulf, would stand at tlii end at 46,000 killed and 300,000 wounded. · . ; By conservative estimate, in those 10 years, perhaps 175,000 South Vietnamese troops were killed and 450,000 wounded possibly 900,000 North Vietnam ese and Viet Cong troops kille World War II. Ostensibly to gather intelligence on North Vietnamese movements of men and materiel southward, the .U.S. Navy was patrolling in the Tonkin Gulf. .By. American account, here's what happened: Ori Aug. 2, 28 miles off the and wounded. About 400,00 South Vietnamese civilian .rere killed and about 900,00 were wounded in the period b: conservative American est: mates. - . : ' · ' · · LAOS AND CAMBODIA Laos and. Cambodia, draw into the whirlpool, saw thei way of life destroyed in blood warfare. · . . . . , : The United States was hit b widespread turbulence dire.ctl connected with protest agains the war. Military morale ma have been permanently, affe'c ed. Economic consequence were heavy. One ironic result of the Toi kin Gulf episode was that in r ceiving the power of that res lution, Lyndon Johnson uli mately lost the power of tl presidency. It led to a situatii that helped persuade him not ek renomination in 1968 and ived the way for a Republican dminislraUon to succeed him'. . South Vietnam's government irvives despite the North's of-, nsive. Whether all Vietnam is er unified on Hanoi's terms eperids now not on the United ales, which withdrew military under the 1D73 Paris agree-. lents,' but on a stubbornly auy. loritarian Saigon regime it-' Blf,. : . : , '·-:; The other Southeast Asia na- ons seem relatively secure irt; time · of bettered . Chinese-': Vmerican relations. Pressure eems to ease as they seek normal relations with Peking. ;· Airman Refresher Clinic Planned The Sixth Annual Airman Re-'. resher Clinic wilt be held at he Holiday Inn, Fayelteville Saturday... . " . ' . . . . , The announcement was made- by Ray .Ellis and- Jim; Voth, . accident .prevention counselors' of the Arkansas Division :of; Aeronautics, and the Federal Aviation Administration. - ; The clinic will begin at 8:30 a.m. and conclude at 4 p.m. It is one of a number of safety: m e e t i n g s being conducted throughout the state in'further- ance of August as Safe, Flying Month :in Arkansas. 'The desig- nation'was 1 proclaimed by Govi Dale Bumpers.'. V '.. . Pilots from cities within a 50 mile radius are expected ta; attend. The program will in-' elude safety presentations by, industry,' state aeronautics and FAA personnel. Movies, slide presentations and demonstration rides in the Vertigo Chair are on the agenda. 'FUNERAL'S Cff..Mr^TOOKWff6BOFTi£ MOUSE.' coast and in "the high seas," it was - reported that North Vietnamese torpedo boats had attacked the destroyer Maddox. It escaped serious damage. The destroyer C. Turner Joy and air patrol from the carrier Ticonderoga were ordered, to reinforce, the .Maddox. On Aug. 4 after dark, the torpedo boats attacked again 'about 60 miles from shore. The Americans opened fire and scattered .the attackers without .themselves suffering any damage. The Pacific Command recommended immediate punitive air. strikes on the North. 'MEASURED' RESPONSE Next day, .President Johnson announced "measured" response. The North's torpedo 1821 Green Acres Rd. Fayetteville, Aik. 443-5267 SOS W. Sunset Springdale, Ark. 751-1004 Valid Thru Snn., Aug. 11 DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tuka, Channel 2 (Channel I «l *»W* In PiyttHvill*! KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tuba, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (ChaniMl 4 Ml table in r*y*tt*vU1c1 KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, JopCn, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 (Channel on cable In HALF ANIMAL.. ALL WOM -- PLUS _ LAW BREAKING,TAIL SHAKING GUN TOTING,WIDE OPEN ·'·'·· 'AMERICAN GIRLS! sracy WED., AUGUST 7th 8 P.M. RODEO GROUNDS IN SPR1NGDALE NORTHWEST ARKANSAS SHRINE CLUB CIRCUS Tickets may be obtained from participating merchants or at the gate. ADULTS $2.00 CHILDREN----$1.00 DRIVE YOUR CHILD TO THE CIRCUS SO OTHER CHILDREN MAY WALK. - Sun. Mat. 2 P.M. (PC) Peter Fonda -- Susan Ceergt DIRTVNIAIiY lillUZV IflRHY Snndya Mallnee 3 I'.W, RATED PG) One for All -- All for Fun iMBJ . Open 1 Fef. 7:25 9:10 San. Mal. 2 p.m. Haled (PC) BARBARA STRIESAND Open 1:00 Pel. 7;15 . K^ed (K) *W.HK.4*OUHttWU* Son. Mal. 2 p.m. CLINT EASTWOOD "THUNDERBOLT and LIGHTFOOT at.-Sun. Mat. 3 p.m. (G WALT DISNEY PRISINT* o VNARNER CABLE of Fayetteville 103 W. Mountain St. -- Phone 521-7730 Complete Home. Entertainment Cable Service All Area Television and . . . FM Radio Time - Weather - Special Events MOVIES ON TV Tuesday Night . 7:30: p.m. Ch. 5-12 - "Shirts/Skins" (1973) -': : ··".'.·'"':'· Bill Bixby, Doug McClure, Leonard, Frey ;·.' 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 - "The Face of Fu Manchu" (1965) Nigel Green, Joachim Fushsberger, Karin Dor ^ Wednesday Night 7:30 p.m. CK. 8-12 - "The Stranger Who Looks Like Me" (1974) Meridith Baxter, Beau Bridges .8:00 p.m. Gh. 2-3-5-7 -- "The Healers" (1974) John Forsythe, John Mclnlire, Season Hubley 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Assignment K" (1968) . . Stephen Boyd, Camilla Sparv ;. : · 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound Z333 N. College. ' ; 44Z-8575 OZARK HOME AND GARDEN CENTER · Shrubs · Seeds · Insecticides · House Plants · Landscaping Service 20 E. Township Rd. Vt Mile West Whit'Chevrolet "We, Give Your|1 Green' Thumb A''' Helping' Hand" I TUESDAY EVENING- *· 5:00 -. Truth or Consequences To Tell The Truth News . A n d y Griffith 5, Sesame Street II Twilight Zone I« * 5:30 News 2, 3 5. 8. T, 16, 12 Truth or Consequences I * 6:00 -Making Things Grow '11 News ...: 2. 3. 5, 6, 7. 8, 12, 18 ·k 6:30 -Green Acres 2 Ozzie's Girls 7 Felony Squad You Owe It To Yourself. 11 Wild Kingdom , 5 Let's Make A Deal Hogan's Heroes ... Dusty's Trail ..;..."..".... 12 * 7:00 Adam-12 Z. 3, 7 Man Builds, Man Destroys . . . 11 Happy Dayf 5 Maude -...; 6. 16 Let's Make a Deal * '3:30 Movie :.......- 5. 12 Beauty Pageant Hawaii Five-O 6, 16 Faraday and Company 2. 3, 'i Eye to Eye 11 if 8:00 -Jeanne Wolf with if 8:30 Shaft 6. 16 * 9:6* Police Story 2, 3 7 Indians for Indians II Marcus Welby .........'. 5. 8, 12 * 9:30 -Today's Yoga 11 * 10:00 - . 2, S, 5, 8, 7, 8, 12, II News . * 16:30 ABC Captionnd News !.. 11 Wide WorJd Mystery ...' 12 Johnny Carson 2, 3, 5, 7 Perry Mason 8 Movie · 6, 18 ·A- 11:30 -Wide World Mystery 8 * 12:00 Tomorrow 2, 3, 5. T Buy Your .Carpet Direct From The Local People That Make It. Where You Get The Best And Save The Most. '_ Lawrence Carpel Mills, Inc. SPR1NGDALE, ARK. HIGHWAY 68 WEST ' 751-7M1 BR'ER FRAN'S "For A Good Time Tonight" NEW SUMMER HOURS: OPEN 7 P.M. to MIDNIGHT MON. thru SAT. ENTERTAINING WED. THRU SAT. Fayelteville's Own CATES GANG EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER FAYETTEVILLE 5Z1-93IB * 12:30 Project ...................... .... 6 * 1:00 Oklahoma Forum ....... . ........ 2 WEDNESDAY MORNING-* 6:30 Farm -Ranch Report .. ........ t *.6:35 Inspiration .., ......... .......... 2 * 6:40 News .......................... 2 * 6:50 Light of Life . ..... .. Today In Agriculture ....... ,.. 7 n *.6:55 GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory creek Rec. An* ·nd dine at THE BARN 2M Eatt off Hwy. 71 St. . relishes, arid.saTads. Family style fish fry Friday. Bar BQ Ribs Saturday. Open 5-10 p.m. Sit. and Sun, 12 noen-10 p.m, . dated Man. and Tcu. Cam ice u at beautiful Beaver Laic*. Harvest Time Tabernacle _ Moments of Meditation i Project 6 * 7:06 Death Valley Days ;i2 News 6, 18 Today :-.: 2, 3, S 7 Country Music Tlm« ...; $ * 7:30 Dennis the Menace 12 * H-.90 - Love of Lit* ................ 6, If * 10:55 - :of£ee Break .................... « s .................. ........... 16 Jackpot ... ................. I Douglas Captain Kangaroo ....«, Sesame Street .... ;... Cartoon Ctrcu* Oklahoma: Wednesday * 9:00 Sesame Street 9 A.M. Jokers Wild It's Your Bet Movie .. Name That Tune ....... * 9:30 Gambit To Tell The Truth Winning Streak if 10:00 High Rollers Now You See It All My Children * 10:30 Hollywood Square* .,. Brady Buncb .. .A'..'/;. 6, 1C , S 5, 7 Girl in My Llie . Edge of Night I, 7 rhe Young and Resiles* ...'. 6; 16 Password . 8 , 1 2 .. 11:30 - "elebrity Sweepstakes , 3, 5, 7 Search for Tomorrow 6. 18 Split Second «. 12 * 11:55 News . .; 3, S, 7 WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON- 12:00 All My Children Phil Donahoe 2, B, T, 12, 19 Tabletalk . . . .. 12:15 Leave It to Carol * 12:30 Jeopardy! ....: Let's Make a Deal ... As The World Turn* . Melody Matlne* 1:00 - cwlywed Game *. I! Gullding LUht (, II Day* ol.OurUvM ...... I. X *. 1 if 1:30 - s, 8; 12 ... *, H , I 1. S. 7 Flipper bonanza Merv Griffin .... ,.?:. s; .?'J I 5. 7 . . . 11 . *, 12 «. 16 t, 16 * ?:8C Price is Bight Another World General Hospital .... How To Survive A Marriage Today's Yoga One Life To Uv« -Match Game * 3:00 Sesame Street ....'... Tattletales Cartoons $10,000 Pyramid -. Somerset 2, 3, 5, 7 * 3:3* Jeopardy 5. 1 Mayberry R.FJJ 13 Uncle Zeb 8 Joker's Wild Dick Van Dyke Pettlcot Junction .. Name That Tune .... * 4:M- . Winning Streak Corner Pyle, USMC . Fugitive 1 : Dfeam of Jeann!* Mister Roger* Wild, Wild Wot ... * 4:30 Electric Company ........ Lucy Show' . 'Beverly Hillbillies 3eat the Clock Daniel Boone * 5:00 Andy Griffith Truth- or Consequences To Tell The Truth .... Sesame Street ..., Twilight Zone 12 Hudson Brothers 6 18 The Cowboys 8', 12 Zoom :... . 11 * 7:30 - ·reat American Dream Machine II Movie. ·: 8, 12 ..S! ... IS News 2,3, !. «, 7, 1Z Truth or Consequences I WEDNESDAY EVENING* M«- . New* 2, 8. S, «. 7. », 12, 16 Inside Oklahoma Education . * .6:30 Green Acres ..:...,. Felony Squad Grand Master Chess Hogan's Heroes The Cowboys ' Walt Till Your Father Get* Home Hollywood Square* A 7:09 - Ch««e ...- a ... 11 .. 16 3, 12 J. 3. I: 1 Movie 2, 3, 5. Jannon 6, * 8:30 Boarding House 11 * :«· Festival Films It Doc Elliot 8 12 Kpjak ..., 6 18 *· 9:30 Today's Yoga H * 10:00 ' -- . News ........:. 2, 3, 5. 8, 7, 8, 1!, 18 if 10:30 -Wide World Special 12 Perry Mason " " Movie Johnny Carson * 11:39 -Wide World Special if 12:00 Tomorrow ·k 12:30 Project ... 8. 16 2. 3, 5 7 2, J, I. 7 if 1:00 Today's World 2

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