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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 13

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Little Rock Firemen WaSdheim Returns To To Picket Cily Hid! LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Firemen at LiUle Rock said they would establish an informational picket line today around city hall, beginning phase one in the firemen's attempts to gain the same pay as city po liccmicn. Capt. John Uekman, president o[ Local 34 of the Inter- rational Association of Firefighters, made Hie announcement Wednesday after meeting wilh City Manager Carlcton . McMullin. A starling fireman now makes $573 a month, w h i l e a start-ing patrolman gets SMO. Office After Illness UNITED NATIONS, .N.Y. (AP) -- U.N. Secretary - General K u r t Waldhcim has re turned to his office for . t h e first time in 18 days, following a tour of ciyht countries and a bout with a stomach ailment. The 55-year-old Austrian statesman came down with gas trie enteritis when he returnee home from the 11-day trip. He spent a week convalescing in a New York hospital and a home. 4iiU£jy Showing Thru Saturday ' * "pen 7:30 · Starts 8:05 THAT NEW BREED OF CAT IS ON A WHOLE NEW TRIP! ...From junk pile to jet set DENNIS! THE MENACE By Ketchant Steve KianlZHoAioiim- anAmeiican International rete PLUS V MEN'S MOVIE BONUS; Gillette TflAC H Demonslrator Razor -While Supply Lasts Sun. Mat «!Z.Art»l! P aMiuBmf Macon ·IfN.W, ARK PLAZA ' CHARLES BRONSON . .naMICHAELWmrtEIlKm DEATH WISH*: SUTHERLAND GOVLD dotttottwci.A. JHWY71 N. 521-102 TWY71 N. S2M920 J?Pt, Wee '""" - : ':3^fifpp Friday - Saturday - Sunday SUPER TJELUXE · v ·· . . . · ^^^'w^mi" '' .j^ Iff j^S.^H^''^? l 'B iffta: "^^^kBLBIP GET StGQND ONE FOR 1 FISH SANDWICHES Friday Only MR. QUICK . . : '-. f ··· ·;$?? ·· · '"·"· ,--.-·- ^1525 Scfiffc School ' 4424333 V;'··-»..· : HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL Paris fashion Houses No Longer Dictate !ii£/:;::!:B:ai:iM Dear Helen: I've been reading that Paris fashion houses have ignored pants and pants suits in their tall collections, and they're em-, p h a s i'/. i n g middle-oMhe-leg lengths again, with long dresses for informal wear on their way out. Most of my clothes are either pants or long dresses (which I love, and wear for luncheons, afternoon parties and evenings- out). Who'll win? -- Our slim purses, or designers who plan jbsolescence so we'll go on spending sprees? -- Comfortable With Old Styles Dear CWOS: Where have you been the last three years? Nowadays "style" is what you prefer, not what fashion houses dictate (although this applies more to relaxed California than the self-con scions East). If you're happy with last year's clothes -- fight inflation! keep your charge cards in your purse! -- H. Dear Helen: In the course of a business day, I sometimes have to leave messages by phone at other offices for people who are out at the time. I like to know with whom I am speaking, but when I ask, the answer is frequently, "Jane," or "Mary," no last name. 1 then must extract it. Occasionally the caller to my oftiee will leave only a first name. If its a trend, I'm not in favor. I prefer a more business-like approach to business. Comments? -- E.B. Dear E.: " I've noticed this too, lately. Perhaps we're overdoing first names to help ward off the depersonalization of our numbered, filed and computerized existence. (Or maybe companies are trying the "I'm Linda, fly me" route in an effort to make their o f f i c e s seem warm a n d human?) Confusing sometimes, but really, isn't a first name better than, say, "This is No. 5276 speaking..."? -- H. Dear Helen: On weekend mornings we leave money out for our three [children (ages nine, seven and !| five) so they can go down to the supermarket on the corner and get treats, allowing us to sleep late. Saturday morning they were hack in five minutes. It seems the clerks told them they I couldn't come in without their jparents. Is this legal? -- Irate Dear Irate: It's legal and, according to clerks, sometimes necessary. Says one checker I interviewed ·ecently, "We couldn't take any more Saturday morning babysitting! The kids flock in here on weekends because parents want to sleep an hour or two longer. They buy a candy bar or ice cream '(something drippy and dropable), tear up an down the aisles, finger the me chandisc, mess up the maga zines, sometimes shoplift, was cither hire another cler to ride herd on the weeken monsters, or risk losing the: parents' business by keepin them out. So we risked -- an didn't lose much busines either." Got a problem? An adu subject for discussion? You ca talk it over in her column you write to Helen Bottet, ca of the Northwest Arkansa TIMES. Today In History Northw*** Arkansas TIMES, Thur*., Sept. 5, 1974 t AYETTEVILLK. ARKANSAS By Tlie Associated Press Today is Thursday, Sept. 5, e 248th day of 1374. There are 7 days left in 4he year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1774, the first ontinental Congress Assem- ed at Carpenter's Hall in liladciphia. On this date.-In 1670, William Penn was ar- :stcd for holding a Quaker iceting in Grace Church Street i London. In 1882, members of labor unions held the first Labor Day parade in -the United States as 10,000 workmen inarched in New York City with placards and banners. In 1885. Jake Gumper of Fort Wayne, Ind., bought the first gasoline p u m p to be manufactured in the United States. In 1D05. the Treaty of Portsmouth, N.H., ended the Russo Japanese war. In 1914. during World War I, COACHMAN Restaurant 1212 N. College -- Colonial Village l-or delicious dinner in pleasant atmosphere, meet your friends at the' ... COACHMAN RESTAURANT TUES., thru SAT., 5 p.m. til 10 p.m. Sunday, 11 a.m. til 3 p.m. li ierman forces captured the 'rench city of Rheims. In 1939, the United States pro- lairrifid neutrality in World Var II. Ten years ago: Typhoon luby killed more ihan 700 per- ons on the China mainland. Five years ago: Ally. Gen. ohn Mitchell decided against rosecuting candidates anrl ailerl to comply with federal aw on reporting their finances. One year ago: John Elirlich- nan and three other formei Vhite House aides were namei lefendants in the 'burglary ol lie "office of the psychiatrist vhosc patients included Daniel OTerg, accused of leaking he Pentagon Papers. Today's birthdays: 'Former Ally. Gen. John Mitchell ifi 61. Movie producer Daryl Zanuck is 72. Thought for lodayt The main difference between men and women is that men are lunatics and women are idiots -- British novelist Rebecca West. Scattered Letter men Hanoi-back football lettormen have come from 175 different communities in Arkansas, 20 other states and Ireland. ;.- HWHATEVER HAPPENED TO! S-P-E-C-I-A-L 1 One of th» classiest Jlicki to cams along quit* a while. STARRING TINA RUSSELL CONTINUOUS FROM DARK TRI-CITY -^r PH. 751-8724 KEN'S PIZZA RESERVE NOTE $1.00 OFF WITH PURCHASE OF ANY 15" PIZZA Not Good On Delivery Or Carry Out UMUUUf AT 409 West Dicksort VOID WITH ANY OTHER PROMOTION KEN'S PIZZA DOLLAR DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulso, Channel 2 (Channel 8 on cable In Fayeltevillel KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Piltsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Channel 4 on cable in FaycHcvlHcl KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, Joplin, Channel 12 KUH1, Joplin, Channel 16 {Channel 9 on cable In Fftyettcvlim , o VNARNER 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 TODAY ON . . Starchannel _ PHONE 5Z1-1730 'DRIVE-IN THEATRE HWT, 71 wciTH * rAn.Tnvn.Li; * NOW SHOWING Often 7:30 · Starts 8:05 I'm Donna HEARING AIDS SALES SERVICE Radioes!', Elecdme aiifl Acousticon Cords, Batteries and Accessories M. WARD HEARING AID DEPT. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center Fayetteville, Ark. Phone M3-4591 GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory creek Ret. Area and dine srt THE BARN 261 East off Hwy, 71 Steaks anrf shrimp, homemade cinnamon rolls, relishes, and salads. Family style lish fry Friday, Bar BQ Ribs Saturday. Open 5-10 p.m. Sat. and Sun. 12 noon-I9 Pint* Closed Mon. and T«6£ Come lee us at beautiful Beaver Lafc*. If you M 5300,000 from the mob, It's not robbery, ll'i suicide. ANTHONY QUINN YAPHETKOTTG A MOVIE FOR $1.00 AND THE WHOLE FAMILY WATCH 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound Z333 N. College 442-8575 Buy Your Carpet Direct From The Local Paople That Make It. Where You Get The Best And Save The Most. Lawrence Carpet Mills, Inc. SFRINGPALE, ARK. HIGHWAY 68 WEST 751-79S1 MOVIES ON TV Thursday Night 8=00 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Villain" (1971) Richord Burlon, Ian McShane, Nigel Davenport 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Hook, Line and Sinker" (1969) Peter Lawford, Anne Francis, Jimmy Miller 11:30 p.m. Ch. 6 -- "Weekend at Dunkirk" (1964) Jean-Paul Belmondo, Catherine Spaak, Pierre Friday Night 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Genesis II" (1973) Alex Cord, Marietle Hartley, Ted Cassidy 10:30 p.m. Ch. 8 -- "Days of Wine and Roses" (1962) Lee Remick, Jack lemmon, Jack Klugman OZARK HOME AND GARDEN CENTER · Shrubs · Seeds · Insecticides · House Plants · Landscaping Service 20 E. Township Rd. Vi Mile West Whit Chevrolet i "We Give Your; Green Thumb A Helping Hand" 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "She-Devil" (1957) Mori Blanchard, Jack Kelly, Albert Dekker 1:30 a.m. Ch. 3 -- "The Cobra" (1968) Dana Andrews, Peter Martell, Anila Ekberg THURSDAY EVENING-if 5:00- Sesame Street , II Twilight Zone 16 News 5, S Truth or Consequences -- 7 Andy Griffith 6 To Tell The Truth _ 3 News 2 3. 5, 6, 7, 12, IG Truth or Consequences " .. 6:00 Video Visionaries 11 News 2. 3. 5. A 7, ft 12, 1U ,, 6:30 -Temperatures Rising - 5 Felony Squad , 8 Police Surgeon 7 Newsmakers · · . 11 Buck Owens 12 Hosan's Heroes , 16 Green Acres 2 slim Wilson * 11:00 -News 1, 3, * 11:30 -Tomorrow 2 Movie Wide World Special * 12:00 Tomorrow 2 * 12:30 -Source Rent Me GIRLS FOR RENT --PLUS- WOMEN FOR SALE The Waltons 6, 16 Peggy Fleming Visits the Soviet Union 2 3 Billy Graham Crusnric 5 Oral Roberts at Expo 7-1 7 Evel Knievcl: One Man One Canyon 8, 12 Evening at Pops II * 8:00- Movie ! WFL Fooolball NFL Football 2, 3. 5, Billy Graham Crusade f The Killers 11 Streets of San Francisco 12 * 9:00 ~ Toma Billy Graham Crusade 12 * 0:30 -Today's Yo*a H Ik- 10:00 News 8, 12 Ih Bonk Beat *'10:30 -Movie ABC Captioncrt News Wide World Special Perry Mason Project FRIDAY MOENING- *«:»- Farm/Ranch Report .. 6:35 Inspiration ....* . . . · * ^ ~ ,. 6*50'- Light at Life Today In Agriculture .... * 6:55 -Harvest Time Tabernacle Project Moments OI Meditation .. *7:M Timmy and Lassie Country Music Time CB3 News Today Dennis The Menace *»:»« Cartoon Circus ...... Captain Kangaroo ... Se*ame Street ...... * 8:30 -Oklahoma Friday ... *:« Movie Sesame Street It's Your Bet 9 A.M Joker's Wild Name That Tune ... Winning Streak To Tell Tho Truth . Gambit Now You See It High Rollers AH My Children *1:3» - 3rady Bunch Love of Life Hollywood Souare» . 10:55 Coffee Break .. 6, 2, 3, 5, .... 6, 6 16 2, 3 5, 7 12 . 2. 3, 5, 1 Marriage One Life To Liv« .. Today's Yoga *3:00 - Taltlelalea Cartoons Sesame Street $10,000 Pyramid -Somerset . 2, 3, 5. 7 8. 12 11 6. 16 a 11 "z"i'."i, f Treasure Hunt logan's Heroes Green Acres [ee Haw You Owe It To Yourself *H:M - I Jacknot .................... 3, 5. 7 dike Douglas .................. 2 h*- Young and the Restless 6. 16 Password - . .- ....... 8, 12 *11:30 Celebrity Sweepstakes .. ---- 3, 5, 7 Split Second ............ 8. 12 Search for Tomorrow ........ fl, 16 11:55 -News .............. 3, S. 1 FRIDAY AFTEKNOON- * U:OI All My Children ......... - ....... 8 Phil Donahue ................... 3 Tablelalk ........................ 5 News ........... 2. 6. 7. 12. 16 Leave It To Carol *U:3» -Jeopardy Let's Make A Deal As The World Tun* 12:35 Melody Matinee *1:0» - Ncwlvwecl Game Guilci'itij; Light Days Of Our Lives . *1:30 Girl In My Life Doctors Ed co of Night 16 . 2, 3 S. 12 «, 1! 2. 3, i,' '3. 8, 12 6. 16 Joker's Wild Uncle Zob 8 Dick Van Dyke 16 Petticoat Junction 2 Mayberry R.F.D. ...; 12 Name That Tune Jeopardy 5. dragnet Ulster Rogers 11 Winning Streak Fugitive'...: IS ' Dream of* Jeannie Corner Pylc, USMC 8 Bonanza Merv Griffin Flipper High School Football ; Electric Company 1' Daniel Boone l: Beat The Clock : Lucy Show 1 Beverly Hillbillies ' Sesame Street 1 Twilight Zone 1 News 5, To Tel! The Truth A n d y Griffith Truth or Consequences ' 8 12 S, e, II Price Is l!ight 6, 16 Another World 2, 3, 5, 7 General Kospilal 8, 12 *Z:30 Match Game · 16 How To Survive A Truth or Consequences News 2 3, S. 6, 7, 1 FRIDAY EVENtNG- Consullatfon --. } News 2, 3 5. S, 7, 8, 12. 1 Dragnet Felony Squad Adam-12 . S 18 '.'.". 7 . .. 11 8. T 12] 11 *7:0» Oral Roberts at Expo '74 S. S ^pcko Saturday on CBS 6. IS .inshine Saturday Sneak Peck Star Trek . Washington Week In Review * 7:3» - MBC Saturday Morning Preview Kevue Ix Million Dollar Man .... 3, Wall Street Week ~ood Times 6, ir» * 8:00 The Killers 11' Hollywood Palladium .. 2, 3 o, 7 America's Cup 107-1 6, 16 ' 8:30 -Odd Couple S, 12 * »:M -Sandburg's Lincoln 2, 3, 5. t CBS Reports · 6 !S Toma '-' Billy Graham Crusade ........ 13- O:ao -- ; Today's Yoga 11. News ' 2, 3, 5, fi, 7. i, 12, it*. if 10:30 -- ! Movie 6. 8 1J, County Place i / ' X ' V 2 Johnny Carson *. 3. 5. 1 ·k H:00 Country Carnival 1» * 11:30 Wide World Special 1-3 *· uioo - ; Dawson McAllister Show · · · · · · J" Midnight Special 2. 3, ». T, * 13:30 Project r»n'» · · Wide World Special ».* * 1:30 - .* Movie t i

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