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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 22

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Norlttwmt Arfcanuit TTMCT, W»*, Airg. W, 1974 FAYETTEVILLI, ARKANIAS The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week DENNIS THE MENACE SUNDAY! LABOR DAY Sunday Nite Only YAWANfJAKNOWSOMETMIN'? CLEAN PETER FONDA SUSAN GEORGE " Dirty Mary Larrjt' TWER OFISUE JEAN PASCAL ·'KITmOMBAfiD . CONTINUOUS i/CTRI-CITY BIO 1VEEK EAKRY MAHAN In The Great American Cowboy Open 7:00 Frl.-Sim. 7:30-^:15 Fet. Mnn.-Thars. 7:JS Sun. Mat. 2 P.m. UTHEftLANBCOUU as 7 p.m. 442-«(i I'et. Sun.-Tliurs. T :I5 Maf. Frt-Sat. 7iW--9:10 2 P 51, - , . , Chopped ^.Sifloin Dinner This dinner includes a crisp salad with dressing of your choice, a hot baked potato and atastyslice of Bonanza toast. »L79 Chicken Fried Steak The family restaurant even a father could love. 2356 N. College, Fayetteville HELEN HELP US By HELEN AW SUE BOTTEL Reader Offers Prayer For News Efforts For Cowing Old This dinner includes: Chicken Fried Steak, either Hot Baked Potato or French Fries, Crisp Salad with your choice of dressing, tasty slice of Bonanza Texas Toast c -^ f *1 Dear Helen: My mother, sadly enough, isn't getting better as she gels older. No one can say "boo" but what she tells you about a time when something about "boo" happened in her life -and we've probablyVheard it a dozen times before^,-/ Her best frierid'-1s her doctor and nothing pleases her more than for him to find a hangnail or something equally simple so she can tell her friends about t. She keeps the name of the atest ailment near the tele- hone so she can brag about t. I have a copy of the following n my bedroom, so that I, al age 50, won't fall into this pattern as years go on. Perhaps you'll print it as a warning to other elders: A Prayer for Those Who Grow Older Lord, thou knowest belter than I know myself that I am irowing older, and will some Jay he old. Keep me from the fatal habit of thinking that I must say something on every subject and on every occasion. Release me from the craving to try to straighten out everyone's affairs. Make me thoughtful, but not moody; helpful, hut not bossy. With my vast store of wisdom, it seems a pity not Lo use it all...but Thou knowest, Lord, that I want a few friends left at the end. Keep my mind free from the recital of endless details. Give me wings to get to the point. Seal my lips on my aches and pains. They are increasing, and love of rehearsing them" is becoming sweeter -as the years go by. I dare not ask grace enough to enjoy the tales of others' pains, but. help me endure them with patience. I dare not ask for improyec memory, but for a growing humility and a lessening cocksureness when my memory seems to clash with the memory of others. Teach me the glorious lesson that occa sionally I may be mistaken. Keep me reasonably sweet [ do not want to be a sain -- some of them are so have to live with -- but a sour old person Is one of the crowning works of the devil. Give the bitily to see good things in mexpeclcd places, and talents n unexpected 'people. And give me the grace to tell them so! -- Anonymous. Amen! -- H. oar Helen:, . : . . . . . . I've ,. nevif.iilmderslood : , why denticar twihs! resent .each other and refuse to dress alike, e together, etc. My mother did not make my .win and me dress alike or act alike. She encouraged us to be ndividuals. Yet after we got old enough to choose, we vanted to. If one o f . us went shopping, one would often bring home the same dress for the other -- who oved it. We discovered we bought and reacted the same, many times. Now, at. middle age, we live in different cities, but we still buyTiftalching clothes to give as gifts. 1 It's been fun looking alike, and the drawbacks (like double whippings at school, or double doses of medicine at home) are '.c\v. Sometimes, even now, our lusbands and children are con 'used. The advantages? We never argued over who had the nices clothes. In fact, we seldom argued, as .we thought so much alike. -- Happy. To-Be A Twin. Dear Happy: Perhaps the key to twin com patibility is in the way parents ireat them. Since yours viewec you as individuals -- not half of a set -- you felt free to enjoy the advantages of look alikes. Right? -- H. Shots Wound Seven BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) -At least 10 shotgun blasts were fired into a coffee house from a passing car early today, leav ing seven patrons wounded am possibly one dead, police re ported. Police Information Office Richard Berger said the shot were fired at the Brass Well on Sacramento Street near 6711 Street ! "We have no idea of the mo live," Berger said. All the victims were inside he said. Networks Help Choose Emmy Awards Judges By JAY SHARBUTT NEW YORK (AP). -- It ;cms a strange way to empa- el a jury, but the three TV etworks and the Public Broad- astlng Service this year helped hoose some of the Emmy wards judges oE network and "BS 1 news efforts. In past years, the National \cademy of Television Arts nd Sciences handled all the se- cction of judges, an academy ifficial said.. This time, it asked the networks and PBS to each submit he names of 15 current, former and retired members of. the 'television news and documentary industry" to help udge national news and documentary shows. The rest of the 118-rnember ury -- TV critics from various mblications, and graduate stu- lents and teachers from journalism and telecommunications schools -- was chosen by the academy, the official said. Last year, Emmy awards udges all were TV critics. Why the change that let the. networks and PBS in on the act? "Well, in hammering this oul with all the network news Mississippi Studies Wide Trailer Hauling JACKSON, Miss. (AP) -- Th State Highway Commision ha: promised to decide soon wheth er to let a Clarksdale manufac lurer move 14-foot-wide traile Nouses on state raads into Ar kansas. The commission heard argu ments Tuesday on whether i should allow the trailers 'to b shipped 614 miles from nea Clarksdale. where they ar made, to the Mississippi Rive Bridge at Helena, Ark. Commission Chairman Her schel Juniper of Booneville sai the commission .would conside all aspects, including safet and the effect Vintage Home has on the area's economy. Plant Manager Lee Tomlin son said the company movec the 14-foot loads during a 60 day trial period a few month ago and had no problems. H said 24 units were moved i eight or 10 trips. eople, this Is what they want- d this year," said the acade- ly's national chairman, John annon. He said he Included 'BS in his reference to net- After 1973's all-critics ballot- ng, "the networks felt that that ;as cot the way to go," said oseph Bluth, chairman of the cademy's national awards ommittee in a phone Interview rom Los Angeles. He said the networks wanted . broader-based panel as well is a, change in voting proce- lure and, got both after lengthy legoliations. Out of the 15-name list each letwork and PBS submitted, he aid, about six per network vere able to serve as judges in he voting two weeks ago ir Chicago. Academy officials refuse to ;ay whom the networks offered as jurors, ading that they never made public the names of heir judges. The jury's decisions, now ightly-guarded secrets, will be Two Area Hen Enter Air Force Academy COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo -- James H. Stewart, son o James H. Stewart of Fayelte ville and Frank P. Cantrell, son of Mrs. Kathleen H. Welch o Bella Vista, are among mor than 1,500 cadets who hav entered their freshman year a the U.S. Air Force Academy. They were accepted into th cadet wing after completing si w e e k s of intensive fie! training, physical conditionin and survival instruction at th academy. The cadets have begun fou years of academic study an military training that will lea to a bachelor of sceince degre in one of 21 major fields an a commission as an Air Fore second lieutenant. Cadet Cantrell is. a 1974 gtt duate of Benton ville Hig School and Cadet Stewart wa graduated the same year from Fayetteville High School. mde public next Wednesday ight on ABC-TV in the second nnual separate Emmy awards low for television news ef- orts. Children's and religious pro- ramming, voted on earlier by ifferent panels, also will b« onored on the show. FOOD FOR THOUGHT Having win« with dinner? UM torn* of the wine mixed with oil and seasonings ·· a marinade for your meat. Let stand at room temperature* .* · In th* Philippines, the cook rice in earthen pott lined with banana leaves, to keep a crust from forming on the bottom Froien fish fillets ar* a good food buy. poach them and make a cold seafood salad. Clear-glau muffle dishes make your food look gorgeous Everything look gorgeous at Suile WongVRice Bowl. If you eat with your eye* (don't we alt?) take a gander at our crisp won ton and fresh snow peas. RICE BOW 442-2222 Highway 112 North Cloied Sunday Mondcr 5 to 9:30 p.m. DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 (Channel I «n cable fn FwetUvlll*) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3- KF.'M, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Chinnet 4 on eibte in FayttttvWtl KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, Jopfin, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 IChwnel I an cable In Fuyettevlllel O VAARNER 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 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 -- "Rsd Sky At Morning" (1971) · Richard Thomas, Catherine Burns, Desi Arnai Jr. 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "The Desperados" (1969 Sylvia Sims, Neville Brand, Christian Roberts Thursday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Secret World" (1968) Jacqueline Bisset, Jean-Francis Maurin, Giselle Pascal 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "The Hill" (1965) Harry Andrews, Ian Banner, Alfred Lunch. 11:30 p.m. Ch. 6 -- "The Country Girl" (1954) Grace Kelly, Bing Crosby, William Holder 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 2333 N. College 44Z-8575 Buy Your Carpet Direct From The Local People That Make It. Where You Get The Bett And Save The Most. Lawrence Carpet Hills, Inc. SPRIKGDALE, ARK. HIGHWAY «8 WEST 751-7981 HEARING AIDS SALES SERVICE Radioear, Electone and Acouslicon Cards, Batteries and Accessories · M. WARD HEARING AID DEPT. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center Fayetteville, Ark. Phone 443-4591 Phone 521-3565 OZARK HOAAE AND GARDEN CENTER · Shrubs · Insecticides · House Plants · Landscaping Service 20 E. Township Rd. '/i Mile West Whit Chevrolet "We Give Youri Green Thumb A* Helping Hand" WEDNESDAY EVENING ·*· 5:00 r- Sesame Street 11 Twilight Zone 18 Andy Griffith 8 Truth or Consequence* 7 News 5, 8 ·To Tell Th« Truth * 5:30 .New 2, 3. 5 6, T, 12, 16 Truth or. Consequencef t * 6:00 -Inside Oklahoma Education 11 . News 2. 3, S, 6, 7, 8. 12 1« * 6 : 3 0 Just for laughs 5 Green Acres 2 Hogan's Heroes 16 Felony Squad . . . . 8 Grand Master chesa 11 Hollywood Squares 3, 12 Wait Til Your Father Get« Home * 7:00 -Hudson Brothers 6. 16 Movie 8, 12 Chase 2 3, 5, 7 Zoom · 11 * 7:50 Great American Dream Machine II *· 8:00 -Movie 2, 3, 5. 7 Cannon 6, 16 -A- 8:30 -Boarding HOUSA 11 *9:00 Devil's Trianirl« Marcus Welby 12 Festival Films H Kojak 6, 16 + 9:30 Today's Yoga News',...". Z. 3. 5, « 7, «, 12, II * 10:30 -ABC Caplioned New» 11 Wide World Special Perry Maspn : ' Movie 6. 16 Johnny Carson 2. 3 5, 7 * 11:30.- Wlde World Special ............ f * 12:00 -Tomorrow ........ . ....... 2 3. 5. 7 12:20 Project ....... ................... « * 1:00 - Today'i World .................. 1 THURSDAY MORNING-*6:30- Farm/Eanch Report ............. S 6:35 - nspiration ..................... 1 6:40- Newa .............. ........... ! 6:50 fight of Life .................... · Today In Agriculture ............ 7 6:55 Harvest Time Tabernacle ..... , 5 Project .......................... « Moment! of Meditation ........ 8 *7:00- Timmy and I,a*sle .............. 12 CBS News .............. 6. IS Country Muslo TIma ...... * Today ... . ..... 2, 3, I, 7 * 7:30 - Dennij the Menace ....... :.... 12 Captaln Kangaroo ............ 6. 16 Sesame Street ..-. ........... .. II Cartoon Circus ......... . ........ 8 * 8:10 Oklahoma: Thursday ............ 8 * 9:00 Name That Tun« .......... 2, 5, ^ Sesame Street .................. 3 9 A.M ....................... 6 Joker's Wild .................... 16 It's Your Bet ...., .............. 12 Movie ........................... 8 * 9:30 Gambit ........................ «. U Winning StrcaK . . . ......... 2, 5.. 7 To Tell The Truth ............ 12 * 10:00 -Now Yon See It .......... «, 18 High Rollers ............ 2. 3, 5, 7 All My Children .......... 12 BR'ER FRAN'S "For A Good Tim i Tonight" NEW SUMMIR HOURS: OPEN 7 P.M. to MIDNIGHT MON. thru SAT. ENTERTAINING WED. THRU SAT. CKAWDAD from Joplin EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER FAYETTEVILLE 521-9303 GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory crctk R*c. Am ·nd dfne ai THE BARN 264 E«t Off Hwy. 71 Kteaks and ihrimp, homemade elnnimft* r«1|f. rl!«hci, and sal ad i, Family style fish fry Friday. Bar BQ Ribs Saturday. Open 5-10 p.m. Sat. and Sun. 12 noon-W p.m. Closed Mon. and Tnv$ CC4:t« w« us at beautiful B*av*r Lak*. Thousands of Folks... cheek the TV directory every day ... .and they'll r«id your ad In this space. It's priced at a special low monthly rate. For Information call the Northwest Arkansas TIMES, display advertising department, 442-6242. * 10:30 - 3rady Bunch 8, 12 Love of Life », 18 Hollywood Squares 2, 3, 5, 7 ·k 10:55 -/ Coffee Break ft CBS News 16 * 11:00 Jackpot 8 5, 7 Password 8. 12 Mike Douglai 2 Young and Restless 6, 16 * 11:30 Celebrity Sweepstakes .. 3 5. 7 Search for Tomorrow 6, 16 Split Second _ 8. 12 TV 11:55 News 8, S, 7 THURSDAY AFTERNOON-12:00 News . 1. 6. 7. 12 1« Phil Donahue 3 Table Talk 5 All My Children « * 12:15 Leave it to Carol 16 *12:3» Jeopardy 2, 3 Let'* Make-A-Deal ,.?, 8 12 As The World Turns 6. 16 * 12:35 Melody Matinee 7 * 1:00 -Guiding Light 8, 16 Days Of Our Lives 2, 3, 5, 7 Newlywed Game i, 12 1:30 Edge of Night 6, 16 Doctors 2, 3. 5. 7 Girl In My Ufa 8. 12 * 2:00'- Prlce I» night «. 16 Another World i,,. 2, 3, 5, 7 General Hospital 8, 12 * 2:30 Today's Yoga , : . . . . 11 Match Game 6 16 How To Survive Marriage 2, 3, 5, 7 One Life To Live 8 12 * 3:00 Sesame Street 11 Tattlclalel «. 16 Cartoons 8 Somerset 2 S, 5, 7 MO.ow Pyramid 12 « V 3 : 3 » - Mayberry. R.F.D ............... 12 Jeopardy ................ . . . . . . 5 , 7 Joker's Wild .................... 6 Name That Tune ................ 3 Uncle Zeb ...................... 8 Dick Van Dyke ................ 16 Petticoat Junction .............. 2 * 4:00 Winning Slreak W i l d , Wild West Flipper . Misler Rogers Fugitive Mcrv Griffin 1 Dream of Je-innle ,. Comer Pyle VJ9MC Bonanza ........... ..... ....... 6 * 4:30 Lucy 'Show .................... R Electric Company .............. 11 Daniel Boone ....... ........... 12 Beverly HillbllltM ..... ........ 7 Beat the Clock ........ ......... * iHtniSDAT CYENING-- * !:« Sesame Street ................. 11 Twilight Zone .................. 16 News ............... , ........ 5, 8 To Tell The Trulh .............. 1 3 5 12 11 16 2 7 8 Andy Griffith 6 Truth of Consequence! 7 * 5:» News , . . . 2, 3 S. 6, 7, 12, 16 Truh or Consequences a f :M News . . . . 2. 3. 5 «. 7, 8, 12. 16 Video Visionaries ; 11 *e.i» Green Acres 2 Felony Squad K Temperatures Rising '.. 5 Pollc* Surgeon 7 Buck Owens , 12 Hogan'6 Heroes , 16 Newsmakers 11 Slim Wilson A *7:W The Walton* A 16 Temperature* Rising «, la Mac Davis 2. 3, S, 7 Evening At Pop* ,. II * 7:30 - Ju«t for L«Uffh* 8, 12 * 8:M Movie IS Kung Fu 8, 12 Ironside 2 8, 5, 7 WFL Football « International Performance 11 *»;« NBC News Present* 2. 3, S, T slrect* of San Francisco .... 8 12 Journey To Japan 11 Today's Yogs U * 10:00 News 2, 3, S, 7 S, 12 1« Book Boat 11 * 10:30 -Movie 19 ABC Caplloned News 11 Wide World Special 12 Perry Mason 8 Johnny Carson 2, 3, I 7 * 11:00- News « ,, 11:30 Movie · Wide World Special 8 *1Z:H Tomorrow J, 3, S T * 1:00 Source 1 *1:30 -Project *

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