Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 20, 1974 · Page 9
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 20, 1974
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HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL Picky Parents May Not Get Grandchild Dear Rap: I love my parents, but I could never please them. When 1 got B's In school, they bawled me out for not earning A'S. I was elected senior senator and they were upset because I didn't run for student body president, but then they added. "Oh well ,you wouldn't have won anyway." No matter now h a r d Worked, I was never as good . as the neighbor's kids.- And when I fell in love with Tony, who is a great guy with a lot of ambition and a good job already, they hit the roof because he wasn't of our religion. We got married in Tony's church and my folks wouldn't attend. We're going to have a baby and they say if he or she isn't brought up in their religion . (which isn't mine anymore--it's too rigid and condemning), they won't be grandparents. The Bible says, "Honor thy father and thy mother . . .,' but vvhn they never honorec me, is it wrong to feel a little relieved that Our child won' have to take their put-downs as I did?--Prefer My In-Laws But Feeling Guilly Dear PMILBFG: Why feel guilty over a. human father mean reaction? "Honor thy and mother" doesn't "succumb to dictatorship."-Helen Dear P. Ect.: Why not turn the tables? Tel your folks you'll accept as grandparents "only if "! them and don't mince the if I"--Sue Gastronomic Fair NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) The Kenya capital is to pla host later this year to the, firs International Gastronomic Fai for Africa. The slogan of th October 'event will be, appro priately. "Foodstuffs are fruit of earth and the result of hu man toil." Foodstuffs, national dishe and drinks and other delicacie from all over Africa will be o display at the four-day event. A group of us girls, ages 21 o 24, got together to discuss our recent Survey of Unmarried Teenagers. You re- orted some 60 per cent of kids, ged 13 to 19, were still virgin. Ve still question that. Our own private survey indi- ated not one of us had been irgin since age 17. Of the 21 ve questioned, none has ' hat hildren, 15 are on the pill and ie other six use some other method of birth control. We are 11 respected people from .good omes and have good jobs. We on't "sleep around" anc everal are engaged, but we al hink sex is natural, if you care about each other. Are you sure you didn't con centrate on the under-16 group n your questionnaire?--Joan rom Trenton, N.J. Jear Joan: Our survey of unmarried eenagers included some 22 pe cent in the 18-19 group, 24 pe cent under the age-15, and th rest (54 per cent) in the rtiddl years. We'll admit we too wer somewhat surprised at the nig; rate of virginity (though i dropped to under 49 per cen 'n the over-17 section), but w eel these anonymous youn jeople were perahps mor lonest than they might be I a gathering of theiv peers w h e r e popularity mean 'chased," not "chaste." '· You'll remember that oni about one-fourth condemne p r e m a r i t a l intercourse a "always wrong," and th majority okayed "sex with rea caring, whether you planne marriage or not." But the en couraging thing to us eldei was that so many teens agree with the girt who wrote, "No that I'm not hassled with th guilt thing anymore, I can tak my time deciding- I'll know it me making the choice, not gjy who tells me I'm a prud or society which tells me shouldn't (so, of course, I wai to.) Of course I don't bra about my virginity, but the gu I give it to must be ver special!!" Honest, now isn't that tl way most of you Trenton gir felt about It, too?--Helen NOW SHOWING Sfarti 8:25 DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketcham Johnson Avenue Bridge Set To Reopen Soon S P R I N G D A L E Johnson Avenue bridge The over Spring Creek is expected to be reopened within Ihe next three weeks, according to a Spring superintendent. f . . The bridge was torn out and '_?", that section of the street closed Northwest Arkonw. 1IMES, Iuo»., Aug. 20, 19/4 , ARKANIAV Riding Grest Of Slump Hudson Brothers Earned Fame The Hard Way By JAY SHARBUTT NEW YORK (AP) -- The Hudson Brothers are riding early this spring. As part of the $1.4 million flood control / project sponsored by the Corps of Engineers, the urban renewal agency and the city, the bridge was rebuilt as part of a concrete box. The box extends over the creek from Johnson to Meadow Brothers are now with their summer music-comedy Show on CBS. But to hear Bill Hudson tell it, their climb from obscurity was more like .riding the crest o f ' a slump. . Record deals collapsed, creditors' notes materialized, empty stomachs rumbled and worst of all, Allan Blye. who now co-produces t h e i r show, didn't laugh Plush Rail Car Soon To Be Available For Posh Vacations iuv, Thp section over t h e : w h c " llley auditioned for him. me section over me Bu( . thg l|u . ce brolhrs _ Bi)| 24. Mark, 22, and Brett. 21 -never were fazed. Bill says hat's because they've always mind something to laugh -tboul, usually themselves. The brothers started their ca .'eer in their early teens anc also started slipping fast come Avenues. creek at Johnson was the last to be constructed. All the work that remains now is the curing of the concrete, the building a wing wall ;o hold the backfill, and the backfilling. Approaches to the concrete box will need to be paved before the street vehicular traffic. is open to SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) -The thick pile carpeting makes walking a silent experience. The deep red velvet settee is framed by elegant side tables with gilt edges. Each of the "our bedrooms has a separate Holding The Bag RICHMOND. Ind. (AP) -- A disgruntled taxpayer left the Richmond Common Council literally holding the bag on a pollution problem. Councilman Greg Merchan- thouse appeared at a recenl meeting with a bag full of yellow insulation putts belchec from the smoke stacks of a lo- ral plant. "One of my constituents :alh attached. Sound like a mansion? It is, but it's on wheels and the rail car-- valued at a half million dollars-- soon will be available for posli vacation trips. "Victoria" is her name and since she was built at a cost of $100,000 in 19,27 the grand old lady of brought the Pullman Co. has up the rear of hundreds of coast-to-coasl trains, carrying opera stars, political dignitaries and presidents. Heads of state visiting th« United States were given the brought this to me," Merchan :hou'se said. "He thinks it needs "This is. a real rarity," said Jack Stodelle, director of the musuem. "It has a diesel stove, the board's attention. Lwo rear staterooms, a solarium lounge that seats 12 and it can sleep eight. We'll have on display to the public for while, but when we get money we'd like to get her ready to get back in service." He said t h e museum needs $8,000 to put new couplings on the car to conform to modern equipment and then "she'll be ready for charter." How much will it cost to rent the car? "In the neigWiorhood of about dy bits into their soft-rock mu sic act. , . . . . . '. Alas, when they lartded-'lhejr 'Irst record'contract in U968 an vent on tour. Ihe ccmiedj caused problems. Bill says. Th company thought (hey shouli stick to music, but the brother couldn't help gaggin it up. . "We've always cracked eac' other up, but (here were man times we didn't crack anyon else up.' said Bill. "We'd sa something a n d t h i n k i t w a hilarious. "We'd kill ourselves laughm on stage and we'd slop laugh ing -- and silence .. ." The Hudson comedy stylo their Wednesday night show $200 which Earnings Comparabl PRAGUE (AP) -- Czec oslovakia is probably the only country in the world where earnings in industry and agriculture are comparable, youth daily Mlada Fronta said recently and added: "We are probably also the only state in the world in which every fifth farmer has b e e n trained in a profession and every tenth member of- an Agricultural cooperative or state farm has studied at secondary or university level agricultural school. car for their travels. Franklin D. Roosevelt used the car in 1935 for his second presidential campaign. · The opulent, 83-foot car was purchased by the Burlington Uilroad in 1944 and renamed he "Blackhawk." In 1966, the car changet lands again. It was purchasec by two San Diego distributing company executives, S. Steve S o u r p a s and John Cuchna. They renamed the car the "Victoria." Now they are turning over the plush pullman to the Pacific Southwest Railway Museum Association of San Diego, which plus rail costs, about a dollar a said. "Of course, thats not bad 'if you're taking plans to prepare travels. it for future wild blend of sight gags, uick skits and fresh puns. Bill said it evolved in late 68, when the,brothers repair- to Ihe basement of the Hud- n home in Portland. Ore., id started writing and par- rming skits. They went back on Ihe road, ut fiscal disaster followed, no record company flew them oni Lps.'AngelCS to New York play at a bash, but (he basli as cancelled for reasons un ·own, he said. "The company wouldn't fly ; back." Bill said, "And we nly had $50 between us." They grabbed whatever ch kilos they could f i n d . One club ircd them for two weeks, bu 'ouldn't pay in advanc. It di gi'ec to advance t h e m on ical a night. They f i n a l l y arrived home in o'rtand with total cash asset f. 75 cents. Their big break came -- an vent -- in early' 1973 when the met pop music star Elton John vhom Hudson said liked thel Lilacs Planted P R A G U E (AP) -- Twenty t 25 thousand lilacs are lo b Wanted at various points Prague this year to com memorale the 30lh anniversar of 1945 liberation. yle and wanted to produce an burn recorded by them in ngland, a deal that fizzled. . But prior lo leaving for En'g- nd. he said, they'd met Chris earde, producer of Ihe old Sonny and Cher" show, a n d udilioncd for h i m . '"· Bill Hudson recalled lhat art udilion before Blye left theiil eeling fame and fortune were ol imminent 'We did 45 minutes for him; sed everything in the bag," hs aid. "Bui he didn't crack a ;mile and our hearts just fell.-'* Wins Battle POUGHKEEPS1E, N.Y. (AP) -- Bruce Bcvan is a blind sixth/ grade teacher who finally won a battle to keep his job. Bevan, 40, a diabetic, went blind in 1970 and was placed oh extended sick leave. When he sought to return to teaching in 1973, the school board refused :n grounds he would require a full-time teaching aide. Following a series of c o u r t battles which resulted in a unanimous ruling lhat Bevan should be reinstated, the Board of Education agreed to lei him relurn this f a l l . Btvan said t h a t if he finds he can no longer relate to students in the classroom he will voluntarily step down. NOW SHOWING Open 8:00 0 Starts 8:30 Harry Caul will go anywhere to bug a private conversation. Tt»tXra{.i««ftt|fp»«ntl * ' * Mf¥" .f jl' S " GeneHodcmon, "The Conversation" Wiltr«fl.ProrXAMl(Xr«cftdby fronds Ford Coppola CotorbyTECHNICOLOR · rt Picture R«M* Plus Charles Branson in "THE MECHANIC" DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulso, Channel 2 (Channel I M cable In Fay«ttvil1el KYTV, Springfield; Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Chnn«l 4 en caste In F«yett*vin«l KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODJ, JopUn, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 [Channel 9 on cable In Fiyettevllle) "* MALL TWIN O F«t Mon.-Tbur»: 7:B TM Frt.Sra. 7:a»-9:U f TM PETER FONDA ' SUSAN GEORGE "Dirty Mary razy Larr The Farmer's Daughter suggests q restful dinner at her house tonight. You worked hard all last week and you played hard all week end. Now you need a nice quiet retreat. The Farmer's Daughter is in her kitchen awaiting your orders and she promises to ease your fired body and delight your weary mind. She a open Tues. through Sun. nights and Sun. for lunch. 521-8686 for info, and res. \AARNER CABLE of FayettevUIe 103 W. Mountain St. -- Phone 521-7730 Complete Horn* Entertainment Cibl* Service All Area Television and . . . FM Radio Time -Weather -Special Events MOVIES ON TV Tuesday Night 7:30 p.m.'Ch. 5-12 -- "Scream, Pretty Peggy" (1973) Betle Davis, Ted Bessell, Slan Barbara Allen 7:30 p.m. Ch. R "Go West, Young Dan" (1 936) Mae West, Randolph Scott, Warren Williams 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "The Man Who Died Twice" (1970) Stuart Whitman, Erik Seward Wednesday Night 7=00 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -- "Wonder Woman" (1974) Cathy Crosby, Ricardo Montalban, Andrew Prine 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 -- "Some Kind of a Nut" (1969) Dick Van Dyke, Angle Dickinson, Rosemary Fprsylh 8:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 - "Men of the Dragon" (1974) Jarred Martin, Katie .Saylor, Robert Ito 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Hammerhead" (1968) Judy Geeson, Diana Dors, Peter Vaughan n rl?74 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 2333 N. College 442-8575 MACON COUNTY liPIOWN STEUEDUSTin Open 7 p.m. Fel. Mon-ltur* 7:45 Frl-Son. 7:MK915 Sun. Mat. J P.M. The Great American Cowboy 'THUNDERBOL UGHTFOOr -fLUS- "SCORPIO" HEARING AIDS SALES SERVICE Radioear, Electone and Aeousticon Cords, Batteries and Accessories M. WARD HEARING AID DEPT. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center · Fayetteville, Ark. Phone 4434591 OZARK HOME AND GARDEN CENTER · Shrubc · Seeds · InsecHeldet · House Plants · Landscaping Servic* 20 E. Township Rd. '/ Mile West Whit Chevrolet "Wa G1v« Your Green Thumb Al Helping Hand" TUESDAY EVENING- k 5:00 - Trulh or Consequences To Tell The Trulh News 5 Andy Griffith Sesame Street · Twilight Zone * 5:30 News 2 3 5. 6, 7, 16, Truth or Consequences * 6:00 Making Things Grow News 2, 3. 5. 6, 7. 8. 12, * 6:30 Green Acres Ozzie's Girls Felony Squad You Owe It To Yourself ' Wild Kingdom Let's Make A Deal Hogan's Heroes, Dusty's Trail * 7:00 Happy Days o Atiam-I2 - . 2 3 . Man Builds,'Man Destroys Maude 6. *· 1:30 Hawaii Five-O 6, Snoop Sisters 2 3 .Movie 5 8, Eye to Eye '.... * S:00 Jeanne Wolf with * 8:30 Performance Shalt 6. * 9:0 Marcus Wei by 5, 8, Police Story 2, 3 Indians for Indiana * 9:30 -^ Today's Yoga * 10:00 Washington Week In Review .. Newa 2, 3, 5. 6, 7, 8, 12. * 10:30 ABC capttoned News Wide World Mystery Johnny Carson ........ 2, 3 5, 7 Perry Mason .................... S Movie ........ . .......... 6, 16 * 11:30 Wide World Mystery ............ I * 12:00 - Tomorroxv . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 3 5 7 ·A- 1Z:30 -- Projec t ....... . .................. 6 * 1:00 Oklahoma Forum ................ 2 WEDNESDAY MORNING-* 6:30 Farm-Ranch Report .......... S * 6:35 Inspiration ............ . ....... ., 2 * 0:40 News . ......................... 2 * 6:50 Light of Lite .................... 6 Today In Agriculture .......... 7 * 6:55 Harvest Time Tabernacle ...... 5 Moments or Meditation .......... 8 Project . ...... ................. t * 7:0(1 Death Valley Days .............. 1! News . . , , . , . .............. 6, 18 Today ...... . ,.i v-.v ..... 2. 3, 5 7 Country Musto 1 Tim$ ........... . 8 * 7:30 - '·''. '-. Dennis the Menace ...... . ...... 12 * X:(IO Captain Kangaroo ........... 6, 16 Sesame Street .............. 12 Buy Your Carpet Direct From The Local People That Make It. Where You Get The Best And Save The Most. Lawrence Carpel Mills, Inc. SPRINGDALE, ARK. HIGHWAY 68 WEST 751-7961 BR'ER FRAN'S "For A Good Timt Tonight" NEW SUMMER HOURS: OPEN 7 P.M. (o MIDNIGHT WON. thru SAT. ENTERTAINING WED. THRU SAT. PLUM LOCO from Little Rock EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER FAYETTEVILLE 521-9303 Cartoon Circus * 8:30 Oklahoma: Wednesday * U:00 Sesame Street 0 AH. Jokers Wild It's Your Bet Movie . 1 . 6 16 12 Name That Tune 2 5, * 9:30 Gambit .: 6, 1 To Tell The Truth .......V 1 GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory cre»k Rec, Ana ind dine al THE BAEN 264 Est Off Kwy 71 Steaks and shrimp, homemade einnamM rolls, relishes, and salads. Family style llsh fry Friday, . Bar BQ Ribi Saturday. Open 5*10 p.m. fat. and Run. 12 nom-l9 p,m. Closed Mon, and TIK Come we us at beautiful Beaver Lak*. Thousands ol Folks,.. check the TV directory every day . and they'll reaJ your ad in this space. It's priced at a special low monthly rate. For information call tSu Northwest Arkansas HMgS, display advertising department, 442-6242. Winning Streak ........ .... 2. 5. 7 ^ 10:90 -- Ilgh Rollers ............ J, 8 5, 7 .Now You See It All My Children * 10:30 - lollywood Squire* Brady Buncb ....... , xve at Lift 10:55 -Coffee Break ............. New» ...................... * 11:M - Jaekpat ................... .like Douilu ............ The Younf and Resilesi , Paoword ............. * 11:30 Celebrity Swecp«t*kn ... Search for Tomorrow .... , 6, 18 12 2, 3, 5, 7 S. 12 C, II 5, 1 t.'v t. 12 ^, 1.1 . t, 11 t, 12 Split Second * H:» -Newa 3. f, WEDNESDAY AFTERNCON- * KM -All My Children Phil Danaho* Newi 2, «, T, li. T«bl«t«nt 12:15 -- ,e*ve It to Carol .... 12:30 - fs Make A Deal .. Jeopardyl AM The World Turn* 12:35 - tfoloriy Matinee 1:OP - tfewlywed Game ..., ( Sulldtnf Light Day* ol Our Live* ... * 1:30 Girl In My LUa ... Edge ol Night Doctors' * 2:00 Price !· Right Another World General Hoipltal .... * 2:30 How To Survlva A Marriage Today's Yoga One Ufa To UTI ... Match Gam* * 3:00 - SeMme Street TattletalM Cartoons 10,000 Pyramid Somerset -.. j, a 12 2, 3 e, u 8. 12 I, 18 .. 2, J. 5. 8. 12 9, IB 2. 3, S, 7 ..:... 6, IS . 2, 3, 5, 1 ...... 8, 12 ,. t, I S, 1 1 ....:.. i. 12 6. II 1 «, 1 2. 3. reopardy Mayherry R.F.D Uncle Zen Joker's Wild Dick Van Dyke ''etticoat Junction Name That Tune * 4:00 Winning Streak Corner Pyle, USMC Fugitive [ Dream of Jeannle .... Mister Rogers Wild. Wild West Flipper Bonan7.a -. Merv Griffin *,,., * 4:30 - v Electric Company ....,,. Lucy Show ., Beverly Hillbillies Beat the Clock ......... Daniel Boona * 5:00 · Andy Griffith Trulh or Consequences To Tell The Truth ... ... a ... 12 5, 7 6, 7 ... 12 .... 8 .... 6 ... IB .... 2 1 fl Newa "esame Street Twilight Zone * 3-.W News 2, 3. S. S, 7. 12 ruth or Consequence* £ VEDNESDAY EVENING-* 6:10- News .'....:.. 2. 3. 5. 6. 1. 8. 12. 16 ide Oklahoma Education ... 11 * 6:30 - Srccn Acres 2 Felony Squad Grand Master Chess 11 Hogan's Heroes . -- * ..-. 10 The Cowboys 5 Wait Till Your Father Gels Homo 7 Hollywood Squares 3. 12 * 7:05 - Cha« 2, 3, S, 7 Hudson Brother* 6 IB Movie , 8, 12 Zoom 11 it 7:30 Groat American Dream Machine 11 * 8:00 -- Movie 2, 3, Cannon , * 8:30 Movie Boarding House * 5:00 Eastwood Baptist Church .. Doc Elliot Festival Films Koiak * 9:30 Today's Yoga * 10:00 News J. 3, !, t. 7, 8. if 10:30 Wide world Special Perry Mason Movie Johnny Carson 2. ABC Capttoned News * 11:30 Wide World Special ' 12:00- Tomorrow * 12:30 Project if 1:00 -Today 1 * World ... 5. 7 6, 19 8, · 13 .. U . a 13 11 .... 6. 16 8, E 7 U 2, 3, S, t

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