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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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14 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thuri., Aug. 29, 1974 FAYETTIVILLE. ARKANSAS Urologist Dead MILLINOCKET, Maine (AP) -- Wyland F. Lead bet I er. G7, former president of the American Urologlcal Association, died Wednesday after a short illness. He was chief of i rology at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston for 17 years. Amnesty Sought MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - J. Houston Gordon, an attorney fighting former Army Lt. William L. Galley's conviction in the My Lai massacre, says amnesty should be granted to Calley if it is given to dratt evaders. TWER OPISUE JEAN PASCAL'KITTY LOMBARD CONTINUOUS FROM DARK IKS MR. QUICK Weekend Special Friday - Saturday - Sunday DOUBLE CHEESEBURGERS FOR 3nsH $ U SANDWICHES Friday Only MR. QUICK 1525 South School Fayetteville Phone 442-9333 HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL, Why Do Women Refer To Themselves As 'Girls'? ii^^ Dear Rap: My mother talks of "getting ogether with the girls;" the 'girls down at the office," etc. But they aren't--they're all around 40 or older. You never hear Dad mentioning "the boys down at the ot- Nce." And if you called a black man "boy," he'd call you a ra- ist. Why don't women grow up like men d o ? ' -- Young Woman of 16 Dear 16: ..Partly because women have been programmed toward youth (stay a girl as long as you can: "young" is where it's at), and inferiority ("women" might be leaders, but "girls" are followers, which is where it was at for centuries.) Okay? -- Sue Dear 16: ...But times they are changing. Many women longer refer to one another as "the girls." I know, being one of 'em! And the fellow who greets office workers with, "Good morning, girls," is liable to be back- undecided, how about postponing the wedding for a few ·mon- ths? It will cause hassles, but might save the cost of divorce with all it's accompanying tears, later. Tins way, you'll either discover you're still in love, or the areak-pff won't be so hard on relatives (who will be more or less expecting it).-- Sue lashed with, boy!"--Helen "Hey, there, Helen and Sue: We've made all our wedding plans. I've bought my dress and so have my bridesmaids, Invitations are out. Bill has pul a hold on an apartment and bought the tickets for our honeymoon. The rings and champagne glasses are even engraved already. And, suddenly, I'm out of love. I think Bill is, too. We're bored with each other. Fighting could understand (wedding erves), but when you, just have othing to say and don't even ok forward to being together, vit's left? We've been dating two years nd I've never felt this way efore. Should I go ahead and ot let everyone down? Will I et over this after we're mar- ed? I can't talk to my parents ecause they think Bill is the reatest. They'd never under- tand how trapped I'm feeling -- Freedom Calls .C.: Most engaged people go hrough the period of feeling apped just before the wed- ing. But if these feelings per- st, share them! And with the erson most closely involved: our fiance. Perhaps he agrees. It's far better and easier to pset wedding plans than to ext in a loveless marriage. -- elen .C. After discussing this with our fiance, and if you're still Dear Rap: This young couple literally has everything, so I was thinking of a "different" wedding gift: A paid-up enrollment in one of those new sex therapy groups. I'm told they are very legitimate, helpful, and needed, especially by inexperienced people (as these kids mainly are.) -- Relative Dear Relative: Sounds okay, but first I'd ask the couple. They may feel such a gift is unnecessary, you know. -- Sue Dear Readers: Tommorrow, we'll discuss sex therapy and therapists, in greater detail. -- Helen Mills Speaks To NLR Chamber Of Commerce NORTH LITTLE ROCK (AP -- Rep. W i l b u r D. Mills said Wednesday t h a t Con gress had approved some ta reform measures in recen months, but that most of th news coming from Washingto had primarily concerned tt Watergate scandal. Mills is chairman of the ta:. writing House Ways and Mean Committee. He told the North Little Roc Chamber of Commerce tha citizens are getting fed up wil people in Washington fiddlin while America burns. Mills said again that inflatio is the United States' bigge. problem and said he hoped thi Americans are not expecting "quick fix solution." SUNDAY! LABOR DAY Student Teachers Swinging Cheerleaders Night Call Nurses ' Sunday Nite Only Ark-Mo Rates Up ! By 15 Per Cent LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Aransas-Missouri Power Co. has ut its proposed rate increase f more than 15 per c e n t for as anil electricity customers to effect under bond. Ark-Mo told the Arkansas iiblic Service Commission ednesday that the rate In- rease would take effect imme- iately under bond. State law allows a utility to ut a requested rate increase to effect under bond if the SC has not acted on the appli- ation within 120 days after it as filed. The bond is used to rcim- urse customers if the PSC oes not grant all or part of the etjuested rate increase. Ark- 'o said it would make refunds lus 10 per cent interest if its ate hike failed. The Blytheville-base,d utility lid it was experiencing serious erosion of earnings" hat required an immediate ate increase averaging 15.22 er cent for its electric custom- rs and 17.39 per cent for natu- al gas users. The new rates would produce nnual new revenues from elec ric service of $1,451,714 anc 648.V66 from natural gas. Today In History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Thursday, Aug. 29. the 241st day of 1974. There are 124 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1782, nearly 1,100 persons drowned when an English man-o-war sank while being repaired in the harbor at Portsmouth, England. On this date: In 1533. the last Incan king of Peru, Atahualpa, was strangled on the orders of the Spanish conqueror, Francisco Pirarro. In 1817, the first Abolition newspaper in the United States, the Philanthropist, was published in Mount Pleasant, Ohio. In 1901, the temperance crusader. Carry Nation, swung her hatchet in an attack on a New York saloon run by former heavyweight champion John L. Sullivan. ,, In 1935, Queen Astrid of Belgium was killed in an auto accident in Switzerland. In 1943. Danish' warships were scuttled at Copenhagen in an uprising against the Nazis uring World War II. In 1945, Gen. Douglas Mac rthur left Manila for Tokyo to cdept Japan's surrender at the nd of the war. Ten years ago: Hurricane leo broke up after causing nore than $200 million in dam- ge in the Caribbean and along le Florida coast. Five years ago: A Trans I'orld airlines plane, with 11; ersons aboard, was hijacker y Arab guerrillas and forcec o land in Damascus while fly. ng from Rome to Athens and One year ago: The White louse announced that Prcsi ent Nixon would not complj vith an order from Judge Johr irica to make tape recording f Watergate conversation Aiken Papers BURLINGTON, Vt (AP) -Jen. George D. Aiken hai urned over more tnan 60 file abinets of his personal papers o the University of Vermont. The Vermont Republican, vho will retire later this year, said the papers date back to vhen he first became a senator n 1940. He said some-items vere deleted because they dealt with personal difficulties of his constituents and have no histor- cal value. The university plans to create a $250,000 fellowship in the name of the Senate's senior member. Aiken plans to spend January and February at the school making tape recordings of his experiences and meeting with students. ' available to him for use by a grand jury. Today's birthdays: General Lyman Lcmnitzer is 75. Actor Barry Sullivan is 62. ret. Mon.-Thiir - WMNSON-- -- DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 (ChiniMl I «n cjblt In Fayett«villc) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Channel 4 on cabli In Fayittevlllt) KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, Joplin, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 [Channel f on eablo In Faytttovill*} \AARNER CABLE of Fayetteville 1C3 W. Mountain St. -- Phone 521-7730 Complete Home Entertainment Cable Service All Area Television and . . . FM Radio Time-Weather-Special Events .am The movie that proves 1 1 picture can be exciting for .everyone! O Z A R K ·AMP ON THE NOVEL fl WMOH JMWLS "WHERE THE RED FERN GROWS" James Whitmore, Beverly Garland Jack Ging Lonny Chapman Stewart Petersen as Billy ~ ' STARTS FRIDAY Optn 7 p.m. F«f. Sun-Thur 7:5 Frl.-Sof. 7:15-9:10 Sot-Sun. Mot 2 p.m. ·;·:*;·;·:· :«·:·:· mm HEARING AIDS SALES SERVICE Radioear, Electone and Acousticon Cords, Batteries and Accessories M. WARD HEARING AID DEPT. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center Fayelteville, Ark. Phone 443-4591 OZARK HOME AND GARDEN CENTER · Shrubs · Seeds · Insecticides · House Plants · Landscaping Service 20 E. Township Rd. Vt Mile West Whit Chevrolet "We Giv» Youri Green Thumb A · Helping Hand" MOVIES ON TV 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 Bannen, Alfred Lunch 11:30 p.m. Ch. 6 -- "The Country Girl" (1954) Grace Kelly, Bing Crosby, William Holden Friday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 -- "The Little House on the Prairls" (1971) Melissa Gilbert, Karen Grassle 10:30 p.m. Ch. 8 -- "Man's Favorite Sport" (1964) Rock Hudson, Paula Pentiss, Maria Perschy 11:30 p.m. Ch. 6 -- 'The Thing With Two Heads" (1972) Don Marshall, Ray Milland, Rosey Grier 11:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Blood and Lace" (1971) Gloria Grahame, Melody Patterson, Milton Seizer 1:30 a.m. Ch. 3 -- "Paiama Party" (1964) Tommy Kirk, Annette Funicello, Else Lanchester 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 2333 N. College 441-8575 THURSDAY EVENING-- *5:0»- Sesame Street 11 Twilight Zone 16 News . 5, 8 Truth or Consequences ....... 7 Andy Griffith 6 To Tell The Truth S * 5:30 News 2 3, 5, 6, 7, 12, 16 Truth or Consequences 8 *6:00- Vido Visionaries 11 News 2, 3 5, 0. 7. 8 12. 16 * 6:30 Temperatures Rising 5 Felony Squad 8 Police Surgeon 7 Newsmakers 11 Buck Owens , 12 Hogan's Heroes , IB Green Acres Slim Wilson if 7:ud -The Wai tons fi, 16 Temperatures Hislng 8, 12 Mac Davis 2, 3, Evening at Pops if 7:30 Just For Laughs * 8:00 Movie WFL Fopotball International Performance Ironside Rung Fu if 9:00 NBC News Presents Streets of San Francisco Journey To Japan * 9:30 Today's Yoga * 10:00 - ____ 2 3, 5 1 ' 8,'l2 2, S r 5 7 News . Book Beat . * 10:30 Sesame Street .................. 3 It's Your Bet .................. 12 9 A.M .......................... 6 Joker's Wild ................... 16 Name That Tuna ........ 2, 5 7 :3»- Winning Streak .......... 2, 8 7 To Tell The Truth ............ 12 Gambit .................... 9 18 Now You See It ............ 6 High Rollers .......... 2, 3 5. All My Children ............ . *IO:« Brady Bunch .............. 8 Love of Life ................ 6,16 Hollywood Square* .... 2, 3, 5, 7 * tO:55 Coffee Break ................... 6 News ............................ J6 *1I:M Jackpot ........ i.... ....... 8. 5, 7 Mike Douglas ......... . ........ 2 The Young and tils nest!« 6 16 Piuaword _ ................ 8. 12 *ll:3t Celebrity Sweepstakei ...... 3, 5, 7 Spilt Second ............. 8. 12 Search for Tomorrow ........ 6, 16 * 11:55 News ................ S, 5. t FRIDAY * 12:08 All My Children Phil Donahue ... TaMetalk ..... ,.. 2, 3, 5. 7, 8, 12, 16 Taltletales Cartoons Sesame Street . Movie ......... . .............. 16 ABC Caplioncd News ...'. ..... n Wide World Special ............ 12 J erry Mason ......... '. .......... g Johnny Carson .......... 2, 3 5 7 * 11:00 - ' ' News .......... . * 11:30 -Movie Wide World Special .... * IZ:00 -Tomorrow ..... . ........ 1:00 - Project FRIDAY MORNING-*I:M- Farm/Ranch Report * 6:35 -Inspiration * 6:40 N e\vs * 6:50 Light of Life Today In Agriculture .... if 6:55 -Harvest Time TabernacTe Project Moments Of Meditation .. Timmy and Lassie Country Music Time CB9 News . . . . . . Today 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 BR'ER FRAN'S "For A Good Time Tonight" NEW SUMMER HOURS: OPEN 7 P.M. In MIDNIGHT -=--- MOM. thru SAT.' ENTERTAINING WED. THRU SAT. CRAWDAD from Joplin EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER FAYETTEVILLE 521-9303 *7:39 Dennis The Menace .. *«:0» Cartoon Circus Captain Kangaroo ..... Setame Street * 8:30 Oklahoma Friday *t:« Movie ; . . . E. 16 2. 3, 5. 7 8 6, 16 ... U GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory Creek Rcc. Ara ind dFne at THE BARN 264 East off Hwy. 71 Steiks and shrimp, hamemado cTltnamMI rolls, relishes, and salads. Family style fiih fry Friday. Bar BQ Ribs Saturday. Op«n 5-10 p.m. Sat and Sun. 12 noon-19 p.m. Closed Man. and Tui. CWTW tee us at beautiful B«aver Lake, Thousands of Folks... check the TV directory every day . . . .and they'll rend your ad in this space. It's priced at a special low monthly rate. For information call ths Northwest Arkansas UMljS, display advertising department, 442-624^. 2. 6. 7. 12. 16 Leave It To Carol .. *1Z:3» Jeopardy ............. Lei's Make A Deal ., As The World TuraJ . * 12:35 Melody Mattnee ..... *!:" Newly wed Game ..... Gullding Light ....... Days Ol Our Lives .. *1:30 Girl In My Life ..... Doctors ........ , Edge ol Night ........ *J:00 Price Is Klght ..... . Another World ..... General Hospital .... *Z:30 Match Game ......... How To Survlva A Marriage .......... One Life To Uvo .... Today't Yoga ........ *3:W - .. . 2, 3 5, *, 12 ... t. If 2, f. 2, 3, 5, ^ S, II 2, 3. i, 7 1, 3, 3, 7 . . . . HO.OOO Pyramid ... Somerset ____ *3:3« Joker's Wild ..... Uncle Zeb ............. Dick Van Dyke ....... Petticoat Junction ..... May berry K.F.D ..... ... Name That Tune ...... Jeopardy ............... *4:M Mister Rogers .......... Winning Streak ........ Fugitive . ...... I Dream of Jeajinle ... Gomer Pyle, UbMO ... Bonanza , ....... Merv Griffin ....... Wild, Wild West ...... Flipper .............. ,. *4:3« Electric Company ...... Daniel Boone ....... .. Beat The Clock ....... Lucy Show ......... Beverly HillblUfca ..... *5 Jw Sesame Street .......... Twilight Zone .......... News ............. To Tell The Truth ..... .. 2. 3, 5, 7 6 3 5. 7 Andy. Griffith 5, ft, 7, Truth or Consequences Truth or Consequences News 2 3 FBIDAY EVENING- Consultatlon 11 News 2,3 5. «. 7, g, 12, 16 1tl:3C -On Stage T- Felony Squad Adam-12 Treasure Hunt Koran's Heroes Green Acres Hee Haw You Owe It To Yourself *7:M Brady Buni _ _ a d y Star Trek ch Sanford and Son '.. I've Got a Secret Your Hit Parade Washington Week In Review * 7:3» Hernie Day at Disneyland 8 Six Million Dollar Man 12 Brian Keith 3, f. 7 Wall Street Week II Good Times 8. 16 * 8:00 - NFI, Football e, 1« Movie 2 Masterpiece Theatre ', * 8:30 Odd Couple , * S:0J Toma Inside Oklahoma Education * 0:30 Today 1 * Yoga 1 10:«0 -- 2 3 * 10:30- Movie County PTsce Johnny Carson 2 * 11:00 News ... , Country Carnival * 11:30 Movie Wide World Special * 12:00 - . Midnight Speclil I * U:30 Wide World In Concert ... *1:25 Dawson McAllister show ... * 1:30 Movie * 1:55 Project 3. 5 7 ... 11 8, 12 . 8, 12 .... 11 .... 11 , », II S . . . . 12 3 5. 7 . 6, 1C 12 ,. e, is 12 . C. 1

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