Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 29, 1974 · Page 5
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August 29, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Church Will Be Center Of Drive Mrs. Coy Kaylor Jr., Northwest Arkansas chairman for ibe New Jerry Lewis Labor Cay Telethon to benefit Muscular Dystrophy announced today that St. Joseph's Catholic Church will be the center For activities this weekend. Father Leo Riedmueller, pastor, ant parishoners have volunteered to answer telephones for the 20 hour event. Jerry Lewis, National chairman of the voluntary health a gency, will be host for the pro gram broadcast from Las Vegas with segments featuring top entertainers from New York, Hollywood and Nashville Funds raised through the Telethon are used to suppor Muscular Dystrophy programs nationwide and in the commun ities where contributions ari made. The Association main tains a network of free clinics camps and educational pro grams for those patients al flicted with neuromuscular di seases. The show will be aired locall over KFSM TV, Channel 5, For Smith, and KODE, Channel 12 Joplin, beginning Sunday a 10:30 p.m. continuing until 5:3 p.m. Monday. There will be 90 minute special .review start ing at 9 p.m., Saturday Channel 5. Viewers in the Northwes Arkansas area contributed mor than $5,000 i npeldges to las year's telethon. Walking To School Used for (he first time Monday by Keith Johnson, Scott Johnson, Geoffrey and Boss Tompkins, David Nels and Ricky Harris is the new sidewalk at Root School, which · fronts Highway 45 and Old .Wire Koad and is (ho result . of the combined efforts o! the Knot School. Sidewalk Committee, Mrs. Larry Tompkins, chairman, Fred Taylor, Miller Ford, Mr. and Mrs. John Page and Bill Harris, Clayton Powell, street superintendent, and City Manager Donald Grimes. City funds and a special . collection at the school made it possible. Property owners along Old Wire Road who granted an casement are Mr. and Mrs. Vol Sharp, the Rev. and Mrs. B . ' J . Willhite. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bass and Dr. and Mrs. Robert McColIiun. TlMESphoto by Ken Gond) Series Of Classes To Educate, Prepare Expectant Parents iiHdiiiuiiHim^ ArhattHOH Slimea TTT W . /or OMEN Thursday, August 29, 1974 niniiiiniwn^ i Youth Killed JACKSONVILLE, Ark. (AP) -- Carroll Douglas Baskin, 17, of Jacksonville was killed Wednesday in a one-car crash. -State Toliee said Baskin ap parently lost control of the car vhile traveling south on Loop Road, OFficers said the car went off the west; side of the road, traveled 179 feet, returned to the road, left the highway on the east and traveled 103 feet into a wooded area where it flipped and came to rest on its top. Births Dr. and Mrs. John Dorman of Springdale, daughter, Aug. 25. E. Bridge News ADULT CENTER - Earl Thornton and Penny Lyons were first and second place winners at the Community Adult center bridge party this week. Other winners were Dorothy Walters, Ann Lauderdale, Betty Weaver and Sanford Berg. Anyone 50 years of age or older is invited to attend the activities of the Adult Center. Information may be obtained by calling 443-3512. Household Hint Want to give a homecoming bride a thoughtful gift? Present her a plant for her home. It Is, a gift that will give her pleasure many months. Mr. and Mrs. Larry L. Phipps of Fayetteville, a daughter, Aug. 23 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher E Wright of Springdale, a son Aug. 23. Mr. and Mrs. Albert R. Fa rine oF Siloam Springs, a daughter, Aug. 24. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry R. Skel ton oF Fayetteville, a daughter Aug. 24. Mr. and Mrs Edward J McCaffrey of Springdale, a daughter, Aug. 24. Mr. and Mrs. Edward L Creek of Hunlsville, a daughter Aug. 24. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar E, Dan iels of P^ayetteville, a daughter Aug. 24. Mr. and Mrs. Max G. Moss of Springdale, a son, Aug. 24. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry W. Pittman of Fayetleville. a son, Aug. 25. , Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Cater of Fayetteville, a son, Aug. 25. Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Hinkle of Cave Springs, a son, Airg.'25. A ne wseries of prepare childbirth classes will beg Wednesday, Sept. 4. The cours is sponsored by Cilildbirth Ed cation Association oF Northwe Arkansas, a non-proFit ganization. One purpose oF the classe according to the associate spokesman, is to educate ai prepare the expectant parent about what to expect during labor, delivery and the post-par- turn period. The classes also teach the Lamaze method oF childbirth. Participants are advised to start- classes six to eight weeks before the expected delivery date. More inFormation may be ob tainerl by calling 443-5573. FORMER SMOKERS WIN $50 BILLS SPUING GROVE. 111. (AP) -r m Miller found oul a year ;o thai 280 of his 700 employes nokcd. So he started an "I uit Smoking Club" and has re arded with $50 bills the 10 ho managed to slay OFF ciga- cltes for a year. The 10 who stuck it out were nembers of a group of 36 em- loyes who took the pledge. hey all work at Intermalic ic., a timer manufacturing rm of which Miller is presi ent. "I thought 36 taking the ledge was sensational, a fine ercenlage to make the move or such a hard habit to kick,' aid Miller, who stopped smok ig 20 years ago at the age o 5. "And 1 thought it was grea hat 10 lasted it out to win the 50 awards." He said the 36 names wen printed each week in the oflici newsletter. Those who droppec iut had lines drawn through heir names; those who clidn' got $50 Tuesday. "The list was the first thin; all the workers looked at wliei hey got the newsletter," sak diller. "The ages of the 10 wh stuck it out ranged from 22 t 13 and included tsvo women When the year ended, the came into my office and signe certificate that they had no smoked. Another two nearl nadc it, but admitted that dui ng the year they had smoke .wo or three times. "I told the 10 winners lha according to the Amerian Can cer Society if they continue to smoke, they will add nit years to their lives and th would amount, to ?40,000 to $50 000 in pension and Social Secu ity money -- and that they als saved about $250 in the cost cigarettes during the year. Miller says he's now consi ering putting up $1,000 or mo and letting those who quit for year split it. "I want to lit this smoking habit some way he said. "You win a few and you lo few -- the main thing is keep trying," said Miller. Billy's Maternity Shop "Everything for the expectant mother" 502 W. Emma Springdale 30% DISCOUNT en every item in the Shop * Supplies for all Major Crafts * Artists Oils, Brushes, Canvases * Paints * Molds * Sprays * Needlework Kits * Dolls * Unusual Gifts * Woods SHOP EARLY FOR THE BEST SELECTION CREATIVE CRAFTS Prairie Grove Open Afternoons lints Fr^m Heloise-Rub-A-Dub In Your Tub ear Helolsc: You asked for hints for llcge students. I have a few at might tie applicable. As a former student, and lore recently as a resident ad- sor in a co-ed dorm, f found undry problems to be a hassle i- most students. Perhaps .ese few suggestions might .cilitalc laundry day. 1. Check the washer before ou put your clothes in. Feel ic drum to be sure it is lean . . . somebody might have ust washed his jeans he used i overhaul his car. 2 . 1 n m a n y dorms, the lachines are pretty well worn, 's a good idea to have a mesh sundry bag to put your nice lings in before washing. 3. Don't leave your soap, leach, softener, etc., in the aundry room. It will be used, someone will rip off- with I. Measure your detergent, tc., carrying it in smaller con Veterans-Auxiliary Have Joint Session Disabled American Veterans nd Auxiliary, Chapter No. Ib F Springdale held a joint meet ng Tuesday night at the Ameri an Legion Hut. Keith Wentz, commander opened the meeting and Ric lard Linebarger introduced th ?uest speaker, Ron Addinglon vho spoke on the economy and nflation. It was agreed to writi he national service officer t .hank him for the use of a mo ile unit. An announcement wa made that Congressman Joh 3 a u I Ilammerschmidt wi speak to the group in October. Refreshments were served b members of the auxiliary. At the next meeting on Sep 24, winners of the rifle and T set will he announced. Hostc ses will he Mclba Linebarge Anita Parsons and Thelma Ba ron. Household Hint Buy a Few cases ot prayin mantis eggs and place them o the trees in your backyard, praying mantis will eat nume ous insects, including mosqu tos. Iners. It's easier and you on't wasta any. 5. Sad to say, but it's best to ay with your clothes. Can't unt how many pairs ot jeans ave turned, up missing. Bring book, catch up on a letter Mom and Dad, or whatever. 6. You'll save many recious omenls it you do all your oning at one time. (Energy, o!) 7. Be observant and find a me when the rest oF the dorm n't doing their wash. You can nish lots quicker. L a u n d r y lady. Now doing diapers ETTER OF WARNING )ear Helolsc: Please print a warning wners oF no-frost rcfrigerator- ·eczers: Do not put rollers ncier the refrigerator per- lanently. We did, and we idn't realize a connection when ic frozen foods began to thaw. The repair man said that ele ating the box an inch or two nanged the air currents, cau ng something to freeze lha louldn't, resulting in our ncet or a new defrost beater ; substantial repair bill. Since neither the refrigerator or the rollers carried a warn ig, I think we should spread ou first purchase ii, Ann! if ou are In doubt about any hase of Its operation, check vith your dealer befora at- empting any adjustments. Leva ou all... Heloisa Dear Heloise: Having read your column for everal years, I finally got around to sending you one of my lifesavers. This morning while cleaning he head of my electric shaver, a tiny metal part of the shaving lead slipped down the drain, jast the half-closed stopper. I got out the vacuum and attached a piece of sheer ma* erial over the nozzle with an elastic hand. The suction quick- y brought the missing part out of the drain. Perhaps this might, ivork for contact lenses lost down the drain also. Happy Housewife he word. Lou Ann Novotn. Since I have received severa etters lately stating almost th ame warning, word For word thought I should indeet spread the word. And I hopi t saves others From a simila ale. And one more word oE warn ng. gals. Read your manu of instructions that comes wit he appliance carefully when' lear Heloisc: Try the ready-to-bake biscuits i (he tubes for pizzas. Roll them out, then put your fixin's on For great individual ones. . They're great for a party. Also, quick and easy if you don't w a n t to spend too much time in the kitchen. N. McLin Dear Heloise: A quick tip to new mothers . . . make a collage out of all the adrling baby cards and put it on th ewall next to baby's crib. It's better than throwing out all ot those beautiful, bright cards, and little ones spend many happy hours looking at it. Linda Folkman cJL.aau.liK SL Evelyn Hills Fayettoville Entire Stock of FALL SPORTSWEAR and DRESSES ·anfflraiiiHimiiHiiiiiim^^^ Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Fosler Parent Orientation, SWKPCO, 7 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way radio headquarters t» efectnmlcs s!nc« 1928 530 N. College For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 442-4248 City Parking Lot In Rear iiniiiniiiffliH BE LOVELIER- MORE SELF-CONFIDENT Hove Unwanted Hair Removed by Electrolysis. Call Today for Free Consultation. LEIGH'S CLINIC 1765 N. College Phone 521-35.40 Sears Excellent quality... Outstanding price An 8x10 Color Portrait of your child. 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