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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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14 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Monday, Sept, 9, 1974 FAVETTIVILLE, ARKANSAS ' ^ State's Black Population Declines LITTLE ROCK (AP) -Kansas' black population steadily declined since 1950, according to' a study prepared by the Industrial Research Center at the University of Arkansas- Little Rock. : it lation may fall behind the national average within 20 more years. The study attributed what it called a significant non-white ii H A f t j t ui«iiiiiiiniiiii!niiiiiiii!iiiiainiiii!iiii!ii!iiiHiiniiiiniiniiiiiiin![iiiiiii!ii»iuii!iiii»iiiiiiiii«iiiuu! Nine UASIudcnlS HELEN HELP us MUIUI1IIII Gel Scholarships The University of Arkansas has received a check Tor $8.400 f r o m the Georgia-Pacific Scholarship Board of Crossett, representing scholarships from the G-P Corporation of nine UA according to an an- President Char- scholarships ol $1.000 each were Deborah Deal. Cros- in the Central Arkansas rollment of blacks in the area. of blacks. The report found the senior of Crossett; Mary E. McCombs, senior of Hamburg; sett; Overlis Hicks, junior of Crosselt; Ben Walsh, junior of phy, freshman of Crossett; and Sullivan, freshman Crosselt. Paul Schubert, man. of El Dorado, received grant of $400. was one of several acknowled- Among the others were; --A $750 study grant from the to Patricia S. Christy of Darda- Showing Thru Tuesday Open 7:30 · Starts 8:05 town, Pa., from the Boise Cascade Corporation of Boise, Ida- THAT NEW BREED OF CAT IS ON A WHOLE NEW TRIP! ...From junk pile to jet set scholarship of $300 from Educational Foundaton of Mon- 111., to John E. Simms of Clarksville. --A $100 grant to Kermit Ma- from the American College Musicians of Austin, Texas. --A check for $100 from t h e Eureka Springs (Ark.) Emblem Club to Rebecca Ann Johnson, a freshman from Eureka Springs. C O U P O N FOR THE FAMILY . Ken's Pizza Parlor WEST DICKSON By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL Spanked Wife Seems To Want More Of Same DEAR HELEN: This may sound kinky, but you've got a. lot of common sense, so here goes: My wife and I are both 24 and have no kids. We seem to have n more liberated marriage than our friends, I proved I was Order Three Pizzas - Pay For Only Two! This Coupon Redeemable at KEN'S in Fay ette ville Taco Grande 2366 N. College Ave. DINE IN--CARRY OUT TACO . . 25c SANCHOS 7*5? NOW 50c but one day _ ...._ a chauvinist , at heart. Sal and I had big argument and she g o t so bitchy that I took her over knee and spanked her-hard! I was sorry the minute I let her go, but she got all sexually heated up. For the past week, she's been doing all sorts of irritating things, as though she's asking for a repeat performance. Isn't this pretty weird for an intelligent, mentally healthy woman? I think slapping your wife around degrades her and I couldn't faring myself to it again. But T can't stand her sudden meanness either. In two years of marriage and three of going together, she has always appeared straight. What can I do? --STRAIGHT SAM DEAR SAM: The obvious, for a liberate: couple: together discuss husband-wife spankings, what kind of feelings they inspire, and the big question: Why? Your wife may only want a playful whack ' to liven thing up--and that's far from sadomasochism. But if she "'bit hes" you into beating her (o :ceps on trying), thats anol'he lish of tease. It could causi rouble sex won't cure. You might remind her of, tin irsl rule in a good lov elationship: Don't insist o anything 'that completely'turn ·our mate off. -- H. DEAR HELEN: We are forever hearing an reading that smokers shoul lave their rights, which "N Smoking" signs remove. Wha hey don't realize is that the ^variably hold their cigars an cigarettes in away that -smok lows AWAY from them and i to the nearest innocent by- ander. Or else they put ghted cigarettes in an ash Ira; nd let them burn down, which reates a terrible stench. Last night, in a nice res lurant, a man near us helc cigar at the edge of his able so that the heavy smoke ontpletely engulfed us and our ood. . Women on the other side rere waving their cigarettes ii 10 same fashion. You'll notice o smoker ever holds the burn ng weed directly tinder his iWN nose! To avoid an unpleasant scene 'e got up and left a delicious neal unfinished. What else ould we have done? -- MRS H.K. DEAR MRS. K.: You could, have requcstei nother table. After all, non mokers have rights, and man cstaurants recognize them lese days by providing specia azc-free areas. Thanks for pointing out an nnoying habit a m o n g ad icts." Smokers often seem un ware that when they hold thei igarettes or cigars away from heir OWN noses, other nearb; etting the fumes ful Sale Good Only Sept. 10th Thru 12th 521-8560 «ral -- frosted grapes! Very glamorous, edible centerpiecei and easier than it looks. Coat with slightly-beaten egg white, roll in sugar, let dry. The Chinese evolved STEAMING as a cooking method because of their fuel shortage. Perhaps we ought to revive it! All it takes Is a pot or pan with a lid, a little water and a rack. Pickling your garden pteduce? Try zucchini sticks, ready to eat in a few weeks. An ordinary meal looks more exciting it you layer cottage cheese and fruit in parfait glasses. Dinner IS more exciting at SUZIE WONG'S RICE BOWL. Forsake the kitchen table ant treat yourself to a pleasant mea with friends. RICE 442-2222 Highway 112 North Closed Sunday Monday 5 to 9:30 p.m. s are g e. -- H. Ted Mack To Emcee Arkadelphia Show ARKADELPHIA, Ark. (AP -- The Amateur Hijinx of tl Originial Ted Mack Corned Hour will be revived Monda night at Henderson State Co lege, and Ted Mack, the emce of the now defunct national televised show, will anchor th event. Mack, 71, say he d o e s on about one of these shows month and thai, this is his fir college benefit in Arkansas some time. The comedy hour, which w broadcast for 23 years, .went the air in September 1970. DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketcham Demos Charged 'Mealymoulh' Tadics LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Clifr Jackson of Little Uock, chair-" man of the state Ucpublicnn; parly Platform and Rules Com- miltcc, said Sunday llml archi* tecls of the proposed state; Democratic parly plaform h n d \ tried Ip "mealymouth" on tlie^ usury issue. t. Jackson's committee h a s'' Irafted a proposed platform' hat opposes proposed Amend-:, nenl 57, which would remove; flic 10 per cent ceiling on inter-; 'st rates and give the stale log-; islalurc the power to set the" new limit. , 5 The Democrats' proposed platform plank opposes higher; interest rates, hut does not spe' cifically mention Amendment 5u. "· Jackson said in a prepared: statement that the Democratic' Platform Committee "has cho-i sen lo offer the voters plati-r tudes and generalities instead: of specific stands on specific is-. sues.", '1 CANT SETTLE DOWN TO WORK VET. GUESS I'M .STILLTOP FULL OF.SUMMER.' Carvings Exhibited OTTAWA (AP) -- An exhibi- ion of 404 Canadian Eskimo arvings has been seen by about 450,000 persons in Lenin- |rad, Moscow, London, Phila- lelphia and Montreal since April 1972, says the Northern Affairs Department of Canada. Price Guide OTTAWA (AP) -- When decorating a new home, keep the costs of furnishing between one- third and one-half the cost of the house, says the Consumers' Association of Canada. NOW SHOWING Opeen 7:30 · Starts 8:05 I'm Donna BRING THIS COUPON AND RECEIVE ONE PIZZA FREE WITH THE PURCHASE OF ONE OF EQUAL VAUJE. ONE COUPON PER VISIT, PtEASE. VAIID THRU NAME ADDRESS . _ Valid Thru Sept. 15, Rent Me TORRENT --PLUS- WOMEN FOR SALE DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Channel 8 on cable in Fayetteville) (Channel 4 on cable in FayettevHIe) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, Joplin, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 [Channel 9 on cable In Fayettevtlle) O \AARNER CABLE of Fayetfeville 103 W. Mountain St. -- Phone 521-7730 Complete Home Entertainment Cable Service All Area Television and . . . FM Radio Time - Weather · Specia! Events Sun. Mai, 2 P.m. (R) "WALKING TALL:! JOE DON BAKER - 7 p.m. Fct. 7:45 Sun. Mat. 2p.m MACON THE INFLATION FIGHTER COUNTY LINE" (R) TODAY ON . . , Starchannel - PHONE 521-7730 HEARING AIDS SALES SERVICE Radiocar, Electone and Acousticon Cords, Batteries and Accessories M. WARD HEARING AID DEPT. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center FayetteviUe, Ark. Phone 443-4591 GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out lo Hickory CrMk Rec. A»i and dine at THE BARN Xt E=sl off Hwy. 71 Steaks ·and shrimp, homemade cinnamtH rails, relishes, and salads. Family style fish fry Friday. Bar BQ Ribs Saturd?y. Open 5-10 p.m. Bat and Sun. 12 noon-19 p.m. Closed Man. and Tavj come s*e us at beautiful Beaver Lake, If you steal *300,000 from the mob, It's not robbery. It's suklde. ANTHONY QU1NN YAPHETKOTTO A MOVIE FOR $1.00 AND THE WHOLE FAMILY WATCH 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 2333 N. College 44Z-8575 MOVIES ON TV Monday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-7 -- "Joe Kidd" (1972) Clint Eastwood, Robert Duvall, John Saxon 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "The Victim" (1972) Elizabeth Montgomery, George Maharis, Eileen Heckart Tuesday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -- "Hurricane" (1974) Martin Milner, Larry Hagman, Jessica Walter 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Family Flight" (1972) ·,"' Rod Taylor, Kristoffer Tabori, Diane Merill Buy Your Carpet Direct From The Local People That Make It. Where You Get The Best And Save The Most. Lawrence Carpel Mills, Inc. SPRINGDALE, ARK. HIGHWAY 68 WEST 751-7M1 OZARK HOME AND GARDEN CENTER · Shrubs · Seeds · Insecticides · House Plants · Landscaping Service 20 E. Township Rd. Vi Mile West Whit Chevrolet "We Give Yourl Green Thumb A^ Helping Hand'" MONDAY Through FRIDAY 11:00 a.m. fo 2:00 p.m CHICKEN FRIED STEAK f-i Reg. 1.59 -- NOW «P I · CHOPPED SIRLOIN Reg. 1.79 -- NOW DIET SPECIAL Reg. 1.89 --NOW DURING SEPTEMBER $1.59 $1.59 The family restaurant even ill a father could love. 2356 N. College, Fayetlcville Phone 52t-35«5 CHARLES m BRONSON naMKHAELWINNER rim t 'DEATH WISH", Open 1 p.m. Fet. 7:45 Sun. Mai. 2 p.m. Soiifherland-Goiilrl AS S*P'Y'S (PG) MONDAY EVENING 5:00 Twilight Zone .................. 16 Sesame Street .................. 11 Andy Griffith .................. 6 Truth or Consequences .......... 7 To Tell The Truth .......... 1 * 5::i News ............. 2. 3, 5, 6. 7. 12 Truth or Consequence* ... ...... «:H- FBI ............................. 2 News .......... 3, 5, 6, 7. 8, 12 16 Hodgepodge Lcdse .......... 11 Hews ........ 2. 3 5, 6, 7. 12. 8 16 * «:J»- Concentration .................... 5 New Candid Camera Felony Squad The Newsmakers Untamed World Hogan's Heroes Let's Make A Deal ............. 12 * 7:W Born Free ....... . Pookies ................. Chrme-Plaled Nightmare Gunsmoke * 7:15 -Baseball ....... . ......... * 8:09 -Movie ..................... 2. 3, 7 College Football -- Notre Dame vs. GA Tech The Death Goddess ..... ....... 11 Maude ...................... 6. 16 * 8:30 - Utioila ........................ 6, 16 * »:(· Video Visionaries Medical Center * 3:30 Today's Yoga FREE MEN'S MOVIE BONUS: Gillctle Trac II Demonstrator Razor--While Supply Lasts ... 2 3. 7 . 5. 8. 12 11 ... 6, 16 2. 3 7 11 6, 1 Grand Master Chess ....... . News .............. 2, 3. 6 * II:)*- AEC Caplloned Ne\vs Johnny Carson .......... 2. .. 11 7, 16 Movie 6. 16 News S, I 12 -A- 11:30 Dusty's Trail Johnny Carson Perry Mason .'. 12:00 -Project - 6 Tomorrow 2, 3 5, 7 1:00 Religious Town Hall 2 TUESDAY MORNING 6:30 -Farm/Ranch Report 5 6:35 -inspiration 2 * 6:40 News 2 * 6:50 Light of Life 8 Today in Agriculture 7 ·A- 6:55 Harvest Time TabernacH 5 Moments of Meditation 8 Project · 6 ·*r7:H- Timmy and lassie ,12 CBS News 6 , ' I S Country Music Time Today 2, 3, t, 7 *7:M- Around Ihe World In 80 Days .. 12 To Tell the T r u t h * !»:»- High Hollers Now You See It All My Children .". * !»:»- Hollywood Squares Love of Life Brady Bunch ·*· 10:55 -Coffee Break ... News ............. . Captain Kangaroo . Cartoon Circua .... Sejame Street * 8:30 Oklahoma: Tuesday * »:» - 9-A.M Name That Tuna .. Sesame Slreet Joker'* Wild Movl'i It's your Bet ...... Gam'nlt Winning Streak ... «, 1 I U a » 2. 5, ; .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' it ,'.'.'.','.'.'.'.'.'.'.' i; t, it ...... t, s, i ... 2, 3. 5, 7 6, IS 8. 12 General Hospital Another Worid * t:JO- ' Today's Yoga .... Match Game How to Survive a Marriage One Life to UT« * 3:H- Scsame Street $10,000 Pyramid Cartoons Pdssword ........... .* ...... S, 12 Mike D*uglas .................... 2 Jackpot ................... 3, 5. 7 Young and the Restless ---- 6 16 * 1!:*- Celchrity Sweepstakes . . . . 3, 5, 7 Search for Tomorrow ....... 6 16 Split Second ................ 8. 12 * 11:55 News ........................ 3, S. 7 TUESDAY AFTERNOON * 1M»- All My Children ................ » News .............. 2, 6. 7, 12, 18 Phil Donahue .................. 3 Tahletalk ....................... 5 * 12:15 - 1C Minutes with Carol ......... 16 * 12:30 Let's Make a Deal ........ 5, 8. 12 Jeopardy ............. : ........ 2, 3 As The World Turns ...... 6 16 * 12:35 Melody M»llne« ...... ........... 1 * 1:M- Guldlng LfBht ............... I, 16 Days of Our Lives .... 2, 3, 5. 7 Newly wed Gam« ............ A, 12 *-.:»- Doctors ......... ......... 2 3 , 5 , Krtge of Night .............. 6, IS Girl In My Life .......... 8. 12 * t:H- Prkc Is Bight ........... .... ». M 8, 12 2, 3. S. 7 11 6, 16 2, 3 5, 7 t. U Tattletales C. 16 Somerset .... 2, 3, 5, 7 3:»- Peflicoat Junction 2 N a m e That Tune 3 Joker's Wild 6 Uncle Zeb 8 Dick Van Dyke 1C Jeopardy 5, 7 Maybcrry. R.F.D. 12 * 4:00 -Gillian's Island 12 W i n n i n g Streak 3 Wild. Wild West 5 Bonanza I Dream of Jeannic Corner Pyle, USMC Mister- Rogers' Neighborhood Fugitive Electric Company Partridge Family Beat the Clock Beverly Hillbillies Lucv Show ' TUESDAY EVENING * !:M News A n d y Griflith Sesame Street Twilight Zone News Andy Griffith To Tell The Truth Truth of Consequence* it Silt- News 2. 3, S, 6, 7, I, 11 ... 16 .. 11 .. 12 ... 3 .. 7 .. 12 .. 11 . 16 S. I .. 6 12. ie Truth or ConxcquencM * *:H- FBI News 3. 5. 0 7, 8, Making Things Grow News 2 C, 5, fi 7, 3, if 6:30 Concentration Family A f f a i r Canadian Travel Let'a Make a Deal Hogan's Heroes * 7:W Movie , 2 Good Times Happy Days . - · · · Man Build. 1 ; Han Destroys . * 7:30 -' Mash Movie Eye to Eye ·A- 8:00 Hawaii Five-O Jeanne Wolf * 8:38 - ' Performance *3:00- Marcus Welby 5. Barnaby Jones Police Story Indians for Indians . * 9:SO Today's Yoga 12, 16 ... 11 12. 18 - . . . 3 . . . . 7 ... 11 . . . . 3 3. S, 7 e. is . 8. 12 ... 11 S. 16 8, 12 ... U 19 11 11 8. 12 6 16 2, 3. 7 11 U Washington Week In Review .. II News ....... .. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 12, 16 * 10:30 Perry Mason .................... 8 ABC Caplioned News .......... 11 Wide World Mystery ........... 12 Johnny Carson ....... 2, 3, 5, 7 Movie .................. '. ...... S 16 * 11:30 -Wide World Myslery . ...... ..... 8 * 12:00 Project .................... . . . . . 8 Tomorrow ... ........... 2 3, 5, 7 * 1:00 Oklahoma Forum ............... 2

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