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August 26, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

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Woman Ordained As Priest Speaks From Pulpit MORHISTOWN, N.J. (AP) -"The laws of the Episcopal : church are inconsistent with ; the gospel of Jesus Christ," said Nancy C.H. Witteg in her first sermon since her controversial ordination -as priest. ' Mrs. Witteg, 28, one of 11 women whose ordinations in a Philadelphia slum church on July 29 were invalidated by Episcopalian hierarchy, spoke from the pulpit at St. Peter's Episcopal Church here on Sun" d a y . · '11 w 'l s or| ained as a priest in the church of God by a great bishop of the church,' · said Mrs. Witteg. ··,r,- T !? e denoIT iination's House of . .Bishops invalidated the ordina- . tions at an Aug. 15 emergency session in Chicago. ' Her husand, the Hev. Rich.. ard Witteg of Mt. Horeb Methodist Church, in Warren Township, watched from the altar as Mrs. Witteg told 150 parishioners the House of Bishops' resolution was "the last bastion or male arrogance.** Mrs. Wilteg vo\\'ed she would DENNIS THE MENACE ·ninnniniH^ HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEk Lonely Wife F,ed rs ' ' . , . ",i^ \ t V.: ff . ..··. , Salesmen Stories lieves she is a priest she will act as a deacon lor ,now and not perform the priestly duties ment" of the House of Bishops. she said that although she C O U P O N FOR THE FAMILY . 409 WEST DICKSON Peace Sought U.N. Seeretary General Kurl Waldheim begins the first leg of a Cyprus-Turkey-Greece shuttle Sunday, hoping to clari- the prospects for reviving political talks on the future ol the war-torn island. The Greek government in Athens said it would not attend new Geneva session, pre ferring Moscow's proposal for an international conference o all members of the Security Council. Cyprus President Glafcos Cle rides agreed, and threatenec Turkey with guerrilla war if a political solution was not found. Order Three Pizzas -Pay For Only Two! · This Coupon Redeemable at KEN'S In Fayetteville · ARE YOU GOING OUT MORE AND ENJOYING IT LESS? The Farmer's Daughter would like to show you that dining out in Fayetteville can be more enjoyable. Tonight and every night -- Mon.-Sat. and Sunday for lunch, she awaits your pleasure with atmosphere, service and food that will make you want to come back. She is open Mon.-Fri. 5:30 to 10 Sat. one seating 7:30 Sun. for iuneh 11:30 to 2 Call 521-8686 for Res. or Info. 521-700S Fcl. .Mon.-Thurs: 7:J5 I'rt.-Sun. 7:20-9:10 aim. % p.m. PETER FONDA SUSAN GEORGE Dirty Mary| Crazy Larry ·v-vIw^ivi'W^.vJ-i'WA 1 , 1 .*. 1 . 1 .'.^.. 1 . Dear Helen: You read so much about "the salesman and the sex-starved housewife." Patrick, my husband has been offered a good job but it would be in sales, and I'd worry. He'd be seeing vomen in their homes! I worry a lot, maybe because my Dad stepped out on Mom. "atrick says he'd never be un- ue, but after we moved here, a girl kept calling up, asking for "Bill," and I got suspicious. I have no grounds, as he takes ne with him everywhere he goes, and he's never late conv ng home from work. I get so lonely and bored, 3Ut I took a job Patrick suggested and quit after only two weeks, because I wanted to be lome when he got in from vork. We've been married almost four years and have no children. He doesn't want any yet I don't want him to take the new job. Why let myself in for mure worry'; What to do? -All Mixed Up Dear AMU: 1. If Patrick wants the new job, encourage him to take it Good-looking women worker down at the office offer much more threat than do bore( housewives he'll visit. (And keep that in mind when you play the bored, lonely house wives!) 2. Since your husband isn't a chaser, don't let your worry put .thoughts in his head.' 3. Take a job and stick with' it! Outside interests will make you a more interesting wife -one who doesn't drive Patrick to the nearest bar with her suspicions. -- H. Dear Helen: Having been adopted when I was only two weeks old, I think your columns .on "Adopted's Right to Know" hit home. Only an adopted child can know the thoughts and questions that go through the mind. The why's. . .the where are my real parents?..what, about my family tree? Parental honesty is the best way to cope, for when a child grows up with a knowledge of is. all, he realizes he is really oved and wanted. Fortunately, 1 was raised in jiaiiHscHJiEaiajaiaiicsiysiiiDEiaraBaasBSiE that manner. It finally hit me: my gosh, someone really wanted me! No longer was it important whether these were my natural parents or not . My parents are, without dobt, the kindest, warmest, most genuine people m the world I icspect, admire and love them. Yes. surprisingly, I have me my real 'mother. My parent arranged the meeting. It was a strange sensation, but I'n dad it happened, for it mad me realize all the more how Tor unale 1 really am. So to those adopted ones wit all the questions: Those ans vers may never come. Circum stances may prevent getting in ouch, but the fact that someon vantpd you and went to th -rouble of getting you is really t!ie most important thing ir our life. These ar« your arents!-- Jim S. Tear Helen: My wife doesn't nag--she ·MnipulnU-s! No matter/what I vant, I somehow end up doing vhat she plans and, if I don't, he makes me feel guilty with- iut a word said, Come to think if it, this is how I got Married. 3he thinks we have a perfect elat'onship and how can I tell icr I feel like I'm drowning in vhlpped cream? I'm loved, lamnerrd, and --Managed. 3ear Managed: How alxnil honesty? (Which is something the born minipulator avoids.) You'll probably get .cars and feel like a cruel, un grateful cad, but when your wife [inally realizes sex ant ;«eetness can be a form o nagging too--if it's used more to win what she wants than to make her mate happy--well maybe there'll be less barterin. and more real love at you: house.--II- Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Men., Aug. 26, 1974 AYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Got a problem? An adult sub ject for discussion? You ca talk it .over in her column i you write to Helen Bottel, car' of Northwest Arkansas TIMES I I Fraud Detection Unit Considered LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A jroposal to sel up a fraud de- ectioti unit to uncover fraud in applications for food stamps and welfare assistance is being ·esearched by state officials. Pros. Atty. Lee Munson of :,ittle Rock filed 150 charges of obtaining property through alse pretense Friday as a re suit of investigations of food stamp fraud in Pulaski County. James B. Cartwrfghl, Social Services commissioner, said his office was studying the possibility of hiring seven investigators to study possible frauds in assistance applications. Currently, two s f a f f members in the office work full - time on fraud investigations. Cartwrigbt said t h e agents must get legislative approval to hire additional trained invest! gators. Arkansas is the only state in a five-state region without a team of fraud investigators to the food stamp program. Board Discusses Work Release Policy PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) -'he state Correction Board dia- cusseei at a meeting Saturday possible changes in the work release policies and · the disciplinary court policy and procedures for inmates, but ook no action. The board approved a revised budget for 1974-75 totaling $2.8 million. Of that amount, $1.35 million will go for inmate care and custody, while the remain,- ing $1.52 million will be for agriculture use. The Correction Board was told tliat after expenses are deducted there probably would be a $10,000 to $17,000 profit from the annual inmate rodeo at Cummins Prison Farm. After the meeting, the board reconvened as the Correction Department's Education Board and approved three additional teacher contracts, bringing tha total staff in the department'i school district to 15. Bring This Coupon p · receive one Pizza FREE With The Purchase of One Of Equal Value One Coupon Per Visit Please. Expires Sept. 1,1974 5:30 -- 8:30 Tues. Nite Buffet All You Can Eat Pizza and Sal-ad Daily Buffet 11 a.m.-2 p.m. $1.59 Tuesday Night Buffet 5:30-8:30 $1.59 Open 7 p.m. Fet. Mon.Thurs 7M3 Frl.-Sun. 7:00-9:15 Sun, Mai. 3 I'.M. 3nd BIG 1VEEK L.4RRY MAHAN i. The Great American Cowhoy 1C) MALCO TM, IN Open 1:00 Frl.-vSim. 7:30-3:15 et. Mon.-Thirrji. 7:J5 Sun. Mai. 2 p.m. SUTHERLAND eovu as $c*P*Y«* is 7 p.m. 443-4551 Sa(..Sun Fet. Sun.-Thiirs. T:J5 MiU. Frl-Snl. 7:30--9:10 1821 Greenacm Ku. 443-5267 Fayetteville 903 West Sunset 751-1004 Springdalc TWO LOCATIONS Coupon Expires Sunday, Sept. 1st DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 (Channef 8 on cable In FayeHevllle) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Channel 4 on cable In FayeHetflU) KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, Joplin, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 (Channel I on cab!* In riytttevllle) ^·^,ctti*i-»m' M f?t''*^' ViVeat^e STEUEDUSTm mcouon HOfFimm -- PLUS STCtttfA Now Showing Open 7:45 Starts 8:20 CLIlMT EASTWOOD THUNDERBOLT nd LJGHTFOOT ·-PLUS- "SCORPIO" Making biscuits? Place them close te one another on the baking pan if you want them soft-sided, an inch apart for ail-over crustiness. If you don't want the outside leaves of romaine and etearofe in your salad, stir-fry them for a change. High-vitamin treat, Save money,, save energy. If dinner's main dish if to bs made in the oven, cook your rice, potatoes or vegetables there, too. How doth your garden grow? If vegetables are abundant, find new ways to cook them. You can stuff tomatoes or peppers with almost anything, Blanch some and freeze, too. Vegetables are delicious at SUZ1E WONG'S RICE BOWL, crisply-cooked and perfectly seasoned 1 . You'll enjoy them. RICE BOWL 442-2322 Highway 112 North Closed Sunday Monday 5 to 9:30 p.m. O \AARNER 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 Monday Night 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Husbands" (1970) Peter Falk, Ben Gazzara, Jenny Runacre Tuesday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 5-12 -- "Satan's School for Girls" (19731 Pamela Franklin, Kate Jackson, Jo Van Fleet 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Fraulein Doktor" (1968) Suzy Kendall, ( Kenneth More, Capucine 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 2333 N. College 44Z-8575 HEARING AIDS SALES SERVICE Radioear, Elecfone and Acousticon Cords, Batteries and Accessories M. WARD HEARING AID DEPT. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center Fayetteville, Ark. Phone 443-4591 OZARK HOME AND GARDEN CENTER · Shrubs · Seeds · Insecticides · House Plants · Landscaping Service 20 E. Township Rd. Vi Mile West Whit Chevrolet "We Give Your! Green Thumb A,; Helping Hand" 'd MONDAY EVENING *· 5:00 Twilight Zone News 5, Sesame Street Andy Griffith Truth or Consequences To Tell The Truth * 5:JO News 2, 3. S, 6 7. Truth or Consequence* * 6:N- HodjjepodRe Lodge News 2. 3. 5, 6. 7. 12. a * «:»·- Green Acres , Political Talk Movie The Newsmakers Wild. Wild World of Animals .. Untamed World I Hogan's Heroes Let's Make A Deal * 7:00 Rookies . 5 Baseball World of Joe Garagiola 2, 3. Pro Tennis Gunsmoke , 6, if 7:15 Baseball 2 3 * 8:"U NFL Football Detroit v.s C i n c i n n a t i ... S, 8. Here's Lucy 6 * 8:30 Dick Van Dyke 6 * 9:01 Medical Center 6, * 16:09 News 2, 3. 6 7, * 1l:3t- ABC Captloned News Johnny Carson 2, 3, Movie 6. News 5, 8 * 11:30 -Death Valley Days Johnny Carson Perry Mason * IZ:00 Tomorrow ..... . 2, 3 5, * 1:00 Religious Town Hall Project TUESDAY MORNING * 6:30 - rarm/Ranch Report * 6:35 - . nspiration 2 e 6:40 -News 2 * 6:50 - Jght ot Life 6 Today in Agriculture 7 k 6:55 - ·larvest Time Tabernacle S vloments nf Meditation 8 roiect 6 r 7:»- Timrny and Lassie 12 CBS News 6. 16 Country Music Time .. 8 Today . .. 2, 3. i, 7 * 7:»- Deiinis The Menace 12 * 8:0» Captain Kangaroo 6, 18 Cartoon Circus " £ Sctama Street ......^ 13 * 8:30 -Oklahoma: Tuesday 8 9:00 9-A.M. .. a Name That Tune 2, 5, 7 Sesame Street ,... 3 Joker's Wild 16 Movie . 8 It's Your Bet 12 k; 9:30 - lambit :. 6. 16 Winning Streak 2, 5, 7 To Tell the Trulh ' 12 * 11:10- High Rollers 2, 3 5, 7 Now You See It 6, 18 All My Children .'. . 12 * !«:»- Hollywood Squares .... 2. 3. S. 7 Love of Life 6. 16 Brady Bunch 8. 12 * 10:55 Coffee Break , 6 ... 18 t. 12 . . . . 2 5. 7 6 16 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 751-7981 BITER FRAN'S "For A Good Time Tonight" NEW SUMMER HOURS: OPEN 7 P.M. to MIDNIGHT MON, thru SAT. ENTERTAINING WED. THRU SAT. PLUM LOCO from Little Rock EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER FAYETTEVILLE 521-9303 News ir 11 :H-Password Mike Douglas ............ Jackpot Young and the Restless * 11:3*Celebrity Sweepstakes .. Search for Tomorrow ... Split Second . . . * 11:55 TUESDAY AFTERNOON * )!:H- All My Children 8 3. 5, 7 . . 6 16 . 8, 12 3. 5. 7 GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory Creek Rec. Area anil dine at THE BARN 21 East off Hwy, 71 Steaks and shrimp, homemade cmtiamon rolls, reiishes, and salads. Family styU? fish fry Friday. Bar BQ Ribs Salurd?y. Open 5-10 p.m. Sat. and «5un. 12 noon-10 p.m. Closed Mon, and TUo-. C«me %es us at beautiful Beaver Lak*. Thousands of Folks... check the TV directory every day . . . .and they'll read your ad in this space. It's priced at a special low monthly rote. For information call the Northwest Arkansas HMtjS, display advertising department, 442-624'J. News ............... 2, Phi] Donahue ........ -- Leave It to Carol ..... ·k 12:30 -Let's Make a Deal . . · . Jeopardy .............. As The World Turns * !Z:35 Melody Mattnes ....... * 1:H- Guidlng Lleht ......... Days of Our , Lives ... Newlywed Cram* . ..... * 1:3»- 1 ·'·' Doctors ................ Edge of Night ........ Girl In My Life .... * Z:H- Prlce Is Eight ....... . General Hospital ..... Another World ........ 8, 7, 12, 16 3 5 .... 5, 8. 12 2, 3 S 16 .. t I, S 7 6, 16 8, 12 «. 16 8, 12 .. 2. 3, S, 7 Today's Yoga ..... Match Game How to Survive a Marriage One Life to UT» .. * 3:M- Sesame Street .... $10.000 Pyramid ... Cartoons Tattlctales Somerset * 3:M- Petticoat .Junction NarrieVThat vTune . .JoSter's Wild 'V.'.... Uncle Zeb ...;.... Dick Van Dyfce ... Jeopardy Mayberry. R.F.D, . * 4:00 -Merv Griffin Winning Streak .. Wild, Wild West .. ... 11 6. 16 2, 3 5, 7 I. 11 B, 16 2, 3, 5. 7 ... 2 ... 3 ... 6 ... 8 ."5. 7 ,. 1 Bonanza I Dream of Jeannie Corner Pyle, USMC Mister Rogers' Neighborhood Flipper Fugitive Electric Company Daniel Boone Beat the Clock Beverly Hillbillies Lucv Show TUESDAY EVENING 5:M Sesame Street Twilight Zone News Andy Griffith To Tell The Truth Truth of Consequences * *:»- News .. 2. 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, Truth or Consequences * «:»»- .. o ... 11 .. 16 5, 8 ... 6 12, IS . . . . 8 Making Things Grow News 2 3, 5, 6 7, 8, 12, * 6:30 Green Acres Oxzte's Girls Felony Squad you Owe It To Yourself .,., Wild Kingdom Let's Make a Deal Hogan's Heroes Dusty* Trail Happy Days Adam-12 Man Builds. Man Destroys Mantle . * 7:30 - Banacek Movie The American Parade Election Coverage 74 ... Eye to Eye * 8:00 Jeanne Wolf with * 8:30 - ... 5 2, 3 2 3, .... S, .... 6, CrT 1 . Theatre P e r f o r m a n c e .', * 9:00 ~ ABC News Ctoscup Marcus Welby. MD Police Story 2 Indians for Indiana * 9:30 Today's Yoga * ll:l#- Washington Week In Review News 2. 3. 5. 6. 7, 8, ·*· 10:30 ABC Captioncd News Wide World Mystery Johnny Carson .. ,. 2, 3, Election Coverage '74 '. Movie * 12:00 Tomorrow 2 - 3 * 12:30 -Project * 1:00 -Oklahoma Forum 6, 18 11 5 12 , 3. 7 11 11 .. 1! 12, 16 . . . I t ... 12 5, 7 ... 8 8 13

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