Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 27, 1974 · Page 11
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

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Tuesday, August 27, 1974
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HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL Young Prison Inmates Write Heavy Letters Rap: I'm an inmate at Trenton State Prison and my struggle is, in the long run to keep the best within me alive and functional as long as I'm able. The p u b l i c readily sympathizes with the plight ot the hungry, the uneducated, the socially deprived -- even deprived animals. Everyone can describe what he thinks is the worst human predicament, but if I were asked, I'd say it's loneliness. It's the biggest hunger of all. Prison can do many cruel things to a person, especially when he has no family or friends and it makes him realize how alone he is. It's like living in a room without windows, feeling as cold as death around the heart. I'm making every effort to rehabilitate,myself,'but I need contact with the outside. Tins is my way of reaching out to someone who might read my letter and think about prisoners as human beings. We are. you know, even though we're paying for our anti-social acts. -- No. 54744. Dear Helen And Sue: Our local paper, the Grants Pass (Ore.) D a i l y Courier recently carried a letter from a young inmate of Oregon State 'Prison. It is aimed at youthfu' offenders and it says, in part: "To any of you who are ir trouble with the law: "Whether you have been popped for a misdemeanor or a felony, the chances are strong · that unless you change your MALL TWIN O Fct. MoD.-TIiursr 7:15 ] Frt.-Sim. 7:20--9:10 , PETER FONDA SUSAN GKOUGE Dirty Mary Lorry vays, you are going to end up vhcre this letter is being vrilten -- the joint, slammer, pen, whatever you want to call it. So I'll tell you a little about this place. "First off, I hate it here, but here's no way I can change my life....I join a whole lot of people in saying, I don't want o see you end up here! "Oregon State Prison is rela .ively cool, but after the first day, you realize that, regardless of the sentence you brought vith you, you might be doing ife. "People do get shanked in prison -- over a pack of smokes, a wrong look, or a misunderstanding. You've got to remembeer that some of these dudes are doing double life am have been locked up for 15 01 20 years. Where, on the streets ;hey might let you slide, in'here :hey'd reason they had nothing :o lose by wasting you. "Okay, so you're here behinc gray walls with gun lowers al aver them. You live by bells They go off at 5:30 everj morning.-You eat breakfast anc go back to your six-by-eight eel to await the bell for work. You return at lunch and await th same procedure as you do fo supper. Same thing, everyday. "You do have a lot of timi on your hands'. Each day seerrk to get longer. You get sick p reading. You get a few letters but they dwindle as time goe on. "Free people forget abou guys locked up. Your wife o folks will probably write, bu in many ways it's rougher o them than on you. "Most of vour real goot buddies will write you -- fo about a month. But they ar free. Tfiey've got a lot to do You took the fall, punk. Sorrj about that. You may think I'n jiving you, but that's the wa it is. Believe me. Don't find ou for yourself. "Assuming you make i through your sentence, you wi! get back on the streets to joi Robert Cromie Insists Most Authors Are'Beautiful Talked By JAY SHARBUTT NEW YORK (AP) -- For my ough, Robert Cromie has a ougli job. He has to interview eople who write books. Everyne knows authors are reclu- ive, painfully introverted ouls for whom speaking is heer agony. · Balderdash, says Cromie, the lost of public television's half- hour "Book Beat" show, which starts its 10th year on public 'V next October. Although I've heard people deny it, most authors are beau iful talkers, very articulate people. I would say you'd neve lave any problem with them 25 Dut of 26 times," he says. Cromie retired last March as a columnist on t h e Chicago Tribune, which he joined in L936. He's run the gamut of newspapering -- general as signment, war corresponding sports reporting and editing the Tribune's book sectipn. He's also host of "Book Beat," produced by statioi WTTW in Chicago. the ranks of the ex-cons. Nol exactly a help in finding a good job. Nothing to brag about to ;he kids or your friends. Face facts: You're a chump to anyone who finds out yoi took a fall. That's what your riends and associates are goin{ to say. If you have changed during your imprisonment, it's going to be hard to convince anyone! "Wise up! Straighten your-life it. Life is too short to spenc a hunk of it locked up. If you think some laws are. wrong, ge active in groups that are at tempting to change them. Bu don't continue o n , t h i n k i n g you'll get away with it. Soone or later, you'll catch a big beef That's a promise. "The joint is a bum trip Don't let anybody fool you. I you end up here, you're a lose a n d . a sucker, just like me am every other con in here. W can change, but the price i high. "Stay out of trouble! -- Join R. Hager. (Sent by an Oregon Reader.) [ v a s t season, Cromie said, Book Beat" left its Chicago se for the first time for ries of interviews on the East ast with humorists Frank lllvah and P.G. Wodeliouse ystery writer Rex Stout, nov 1st Heinrich Boll and pianist rthur Rubenstcin. He said he hopes to do a 1 ast 10 out-of-town interviews is season, tmt not all .neccs rjly 'will^be in' the''. New 'Yorl ca.' '''·'· ' '·' ''"' Cromie says his show ha atured not only best-selling ithors but also poets, firs ivelists, biographers and even sayists. He said he usually doesn' ant those of the literary worl( ho are "schlepping the book' -- appearing on "Today" am other show that'll haw i em. "We try to stay away fron em : unless. there's^ somethin, vfuily special Hboiiit thein;'"h ays.-v : ' ' · · ..;· Has he e v e r run across a :rivener who really was a ba terview? "1 had one when I was jus tarting out," Cromie laughed ^dining to name the man He was a writer of very funn ooks, but very slight book: e was my most traumatic ex erience. "It wasn't his fault .really ut he had a book withou nuch substance to it. I ra irough questions ;aboutV th ook fairly quickly, and then I tailed'·floundering and funding around.' "It got so bad, I began to say hings like, 'Well, who does our typing for you?' It was a earing experience." TIMER OFISPE JEAN PASCAL ·'Kinr LOMBARD CONTINUOUS ·KTRI-CITY Opeh 7 p.m. Fel.' JUoi-Tliitn 1:43 Fri.-Sun, 7:09-9:15 Sun. Mnl. 2 P.M. tnd BIO WEEK HHI1V MAHAN ill The Great American Cowboy MALCO' Open 7:00 Frl.-Sun. 7:30-0:15 San. Mnt. z p.m. JUTHEMLANDGOUU J as J»P»Y«$|pj|j 3 Open IIX/f:V:l '" [7 p.m. 4 4 3 - 4 S S 1 Sat.-Sun. iFet. SUD.-Thurs. 7:^5 Mai. : Frl-Sal. 7:30--0:10 2 P M. FOOD FOR THOUGHT Making blsculU? Pfaee them close to on* a nether on the baking pan if you want them i oft-sided, an inch apart for all-over crustiness. II you rfon't want the outside reaves of romaine and escaroFe Tn your salad, itir-fry them for a change. High-vitamin treat. Save money, save energy. II dinner's main dish it to be made In the oven, cook your rice, potatoes or vegetables there, too. How doth your garden grow? vegetables are abundant, find new ways to cooK them. You can stuff tomatoes or peppers with almost anything. Blanch some and freeze, too. « t Vegetables are delicious at SUZIE WONG'S RICE BOWL crisply-cooked and perfectly seasoned. You'll enjoy them. RfCfi tU-2221 Highway 112 North Closed Sunday Monday 5 to 9:30 p.m. ARE YOU GOING OUT MORE AND ENJOYING IT LESS? The Farmer's Daughter would like to show you that dining out in Fayetteville eon 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 Son. for lunch 11:30 to 2 Call 521-8686 for Res. or Info. DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketchom 'ITS T00fffl T'SLEEP 1 ' Shooting Death Of Child Investigated Social Set WASHINGTON (AP) - Pres- dent and Mrs. Ford h cheduled their first social vent for members of the Cabi- iet and senior staff members, dinner party at the White louse on Wednesday night. A White 'House, spokesman aid Vice President-designate nd Mrs. Nelson A. Rockefeller lave -also been invited. The 7 p.m. party will begin vith cocktails in the Yellow Oval Room and will be followed iy dinner in the State Dining loom and dancing to a Marine Hand combo in the Blue Room. NORTH LITTLE ROCK (AP) -j Pulaski County authorities are investigating the shooting death of Jack M. Farrell, 11, o[ near North Little Rock. The boy was fatally shot ill the . head Monday while he played with other children at a mobile home park north of jittle Rock Air Force Base, Lt. Gene Walther of the county sheriff's office said. The boy died later at the Uni- 'ersity Center. Capt. James said there was a sus )ect. of Arkansas Medical Wayne James of the sheriff's office said the investi- _ation had not been completed Monday night, but he added, "From what we can get right now, it more than likely will be an accidental shooting." James said some target shooting had been going on in the area, and investigators theorized the boy may have been struck by a stray bullet. Authorities said the boy diec from a shot fired from a small caliber weapon. James said ail thorities thought they had founc the weapon, but that thej would have to take a ballistics test. To Leave Staff WASHINGTON CAP) - Joh sider f t h a n worrjsomc . McLaughlm, a Jesuit priest Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Tues., Aug. 27, 1974 AYETTEV1LLE, ARKANSAS 11 Revised Outlook Includes Continued Recessionary Data By JOHN CUNNIFF NEW YORK (AP) -- An eco- lomic miracle is likely to be .iceded if prices, jobs, interest rates and a whole string of re- ated subjects aren't to be chief among the issues of President Gerald R. Ford's 1976 election campaign. Since economic miracles have been forever sought but seldom found, some economists now concede that the campaign ssues are being written at the moment, and that the writing is' ooking even grimmer than before. Consultants and other seers now are revising their outlook La include a continuation of re- cessionary factors into 1975. Poor growing conditions are expected to force food prices higher. The jobless rates is headed to six per cent. Unpleasant as they are, these easily understood indicators of performance are incre symptoms of underlying difficulties that some business analysts term grave and that few con- most diabolical. It goes like this: The thrifts offer only 5.25 per cent on passbook savings. With higher rates available from others, m eluding Uncle Sam, withdraw their funds. people This is disintermediation. The loan-making abilily of the thrifts -- saviirgs and loan associations and savings banks ^- is thus impaired. The .housing industry goes into a recession. While people might want houses they can't finance them. Neither can the builder finance himself. The banks which lend to builders specify that the borrower maintain a inimum net worth in order to 3inain credit-worthy. But tha uilder can't sell enough homes } maintain his net worth. For Ford to untangle knots uch as this quickly and under ressure of time would make le late great magician Henry oudini's underwater esca- ades seem dull. vho s'erved on the staff 'of former President Richard M. Nixon and was a vocal supporter of Nixon during the furor over .Vatergate, will soon leave the White House staff. A spokesman for President Ford said on Monday that For one thing, business is f i n d i n g it difficult to finance itself. Utilities, unable to sel stock, are .paying inflationary interest money. rates Other for borrowec companies are McLaughlin is still at the White coma, and hai louse for a "transitional her small or phase" but will be l e a v i n g " ' " ' shortly. School Board Meet GREF,NLAND--The Greenland School Board v meet in a special called session at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the school offices. Instructors for the vocationa education vans under Projec Vega will be employed. seeking federal help Wall Street has fallen into a and has little to offer ei large businesses Relatively few companies no\ ittcmpl to sell new stock is mes, especially the small e m e r g i n g businesses. I n corporations are way off. Housing is very iiard hit. Th thrift institutions, which su| lort housing, can offer onl lalf the interest rate availabl at some other institutions. An so they have little m o n e y 1 lend on mortgages. This has the predictable in pact of reducing the deman for housing and putting som builders into a bind that is a Typhoon Moves Inland TOKYO (AP) -- Typhoon Mary roared over the coast ot :entral Japan 120 miles west of Tokyo today and headed north. The storm capsized a fishing boat in the Sea of Japan, and he 11 crewmen were reported missing. Hrgh-speed train service and ir flights through the affected area were suspended for several hours. A number of high- ivays were blocked by landslides loosened by torrential rains. The typhoon was the 14th spawned in the South Pacific this year. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulso, Channel 2 (Channel 8 en cable In Fayetteville) 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 FaycttevlHe) KOED-TV 0ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, Jopfin, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 [Channel 9 on cable in Fayettevill*) O \AARNER CABLE of Fayelteville 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 7:30 p.m. Ch. 5-12 -- "Satan's School for Girls" (1973) Pamela Franklin, Kale Jackson Jo Van Fleet 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 - "Fraulein Doktor" (1968) Suzy Kendall, Kenneth More, Capucine Wednesday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -- 'The President's Plane Is Missing" (1973) Buddy Ebsen, Peter Graves, Rip Torn 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 -- "Red Sky At Morning" (1971) Richard Thomas, Catherine Burns, Desi Arnaz Jr. 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-T6 --· 'The Desperados" (1969 Sylvia Sims, Neville Brand, Christian Roberts T974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound Z333 N. College MZ-8575 j s,_^c-»*t«»*»t*»x Vit-wtatxe: STEVE DUSTin mcouun Now Showing Open 7:45 Starts 8:20 Now Showing Open 7:45 Starts 8:20 CLINT EASTWOOD "THUNDERBOLT nd UGHTFOOT'r t -PIUS- K\ "SCORPIO" V HEARING AIDS SALES SERVICE Radioear, Electone and Acousticon Cords, Batteries and Accessories M. WARD HEARING, AID DEPT. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center Fayetlevillc, 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 YouH Green Thumb A" Helping Hand"/ f i . rv 't v TUESDAY EVENING- i( 5:00 -Truth or Consequences ? To Tell The Truth 3 News 5, 8 Andy Griffith 6 Sesame Street II Twilight Zone 16 if 5:30 News 2. 3 5, 6, 7, 16, 12 Truth or Consequences t if 6:00 -Making Things Grow 11 News .. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 12, 16 * 6:30 - Grcicn Acres 2 Ozzie's Girls 1 Felony Squad You O\ve It To YourseK 11 Wild Kingdom Let's Make A D eal J Hogan's Heroes , IB Dusty's Trail 12! 12:30 -- · Projec t 6 * 1:00 Oklahoma Forum 2 WEDNESDAY MORNING-* 6:30 Farm-Ranch Beport 5 *-6:35 Inspiration 2 * 6:40 News 2 * 6:50 Light of Life 6 Today in Agriculture 7 *.G:55 Harvest Time Tabernacle 5 Moments of Meditation Project : . . . , . . , 6 * 7:00 -- · · Timrriy and Lassie 12 '· ' Happy Days 5 12: . 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HIGHWAY 68 WEST 751-7981 BR'cR FRAN'S "For A Good Time Toniiht" NEW SUMMER HOURS: OPEN 7 P.M. to MIDNIGHT MON. thru SAT. ENTERTAINING WED. THRU SAT. PLUM LOCO from Little Rock EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER FAYETTEVILLF, 521-9303 GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hicko.-y creek Recw Area and dine at THE BARN 264 East of) Hwy, 71 Steaks and shrimp, homemade cinnamon rollf, relishes, and salads. Family style fish fry Friday, Bar BQ Ribs Saturday. Open 5-10 p.m. Sat. and Sun. 12 noon-10 p.m. closed Mon. and Tui. Come see us at beautiful Beaver Lake. To Tell The Truth ...... .' ........ 12 Winning Streak 2 5. 7 !0:00 High Rollers ............ 2, 3 5, 7 Now You See It ............ 6. 16 All My Children ........ 12 ·*· 10:30 -Hollywood Squares .... 2, 3, 5. 7 Brady Bunch ........... . ____ 8. 12 Love of Life ................ 6, 16 * 10:55 Coffee Break .................. « News ............................ 16 * 11:00 Jackpot .................... 3 5, 7 Thousands of Folks... check the TV directory every day . . . . a n d they'll read your ad in this space. It's priced af a special low monthly rale. For information call tha Northwest Arkansas TIMES, display advertising department, 442-624'J. Mike Douglas 2 The Young and Restless ,.., 6. 16 j^'iuso Celebrity Sweepstakes 3, 5, 7 Search for Tomorrow 6. " Split Second 8. 12 . WEDNESDAY AFTERNC.ON- 12:00 -All My Children » Phil Donahoa ·Jews 2, 6, 7, 12, 18 Tablets* ; ·*· 13:15 --. Leave'lt to Carol ,. 1! 12:30 - .efs Maka A Deal 5, 8 12 Jeonardyl 2, 3 As The World Tumj «, le 12:35 Melody Matlnc* 7 if 1:00 - tfcwlywed Game S 12 building Light «, K Daya ol Our Live* I. S, . 1:30 Girl In My LUe .. Edge ot Night .... Doctors * 2:00 Price Is Right Another World ..... encral Hospital ... * 2:30 How To Survive A Marriage Today's Yoga One Lire To Llvo .. Match Game * 3:00 Sesame Street J . V . i i Tallletales ...· Cartoons S 10,000 Pyramid .,.. Somerset * 3:39 Jeopardy Mayberry R.F.D, , Uncle Zcb Joker's Wild Dick Van Dyke ... Petticoat Junction Name That Tune * 4:00 Winning Streak Corner Pyle. USMC Fugitive [ Dream of Jeannle Mister Bogers Wild, Wild West Flipper , Bonanza Merv Griffin , * 4:30 Electric Company Lucy Show Beverly Hillbillies Beat the Clock Daniel Boone ,, * 5:00 Andy Griffith , Truth or Consequences .. To Tell The Truth ...... News Sesame Street Twilight Zone JL K. 'ifr _ _ _ WEDNESDAY EVENING-A 6:1)0- News 2. 3, 5, 8 7. 8, 15. 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