Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 22, 1974 · Page 23
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4D · Northwest Arkamai TIMES, Sun., Sept. 22, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Czechoslovakia.!!. Toddlers Taught The Joy Of Music Making By 1VA DRAPALOVA PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia (AP) -- Australians may have the youngest swimmers, East Germans the youngest figure- skaters, but apparently the FromWarnefB(OS.OAVfemefCjmmunicalkxTsCkxtipany ONE WEEK ONLY! MALL TWIN CINEMA #2 PHOENIX VILLAGE #1 (Ft. Smith) STRAND (Claiksvllte) NOW SHOWING THRU THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 (Pass List Suspended) Check Theatres for Show Times !i!cchs have the youngest orchestra in the world. To he more precise, youngest orchestras, because the Prague creche visited is far from being .he only one which teaches toddlers the joy of active music- making. Music education, long reserved for children 3 years and over, has now invaded infant institutions throughout Czech- oslovakit and 3 - month - old babies are now getting their first taste of it. In the Luhacovice baby home in South Moravia, Marie Dam- borska worked oal a method of introducing musical and rhythmic stimuli into the lives of 3- month-olds. She recommends at nurses in rhythmic singing and playing. Those who had no nstrumcnt clapped their hands ,o emphasize the rhythm. "Children perceive and enjoy Uie rhylhm before they take in :he melody. Sometimes they .earn to play and sing before !hey learn to speak properly," Mrs. Jclinkova said. In the cloak room hung a rmich-lhumbed notebook containing the words of songs children learn in Uie creche. "The mothers asked us to provide it." a nurse said. "The children want to sing at home too and want their mothers to join in," the daily music sessions the MALCO OPERATED THEATRES MALL TWIN O [J,\V ARK PLAZA 531-7C05 Open 7 Show 7:30 F " "" WINNER QF 6 ACADEMY AWARDS I / / (G DOCTOR ZHilAGO Next: "DUDDY KRAVITZ" MALL TWIN© imnnm. HW ARK FLAZA 52'-70C5 Open 7 Shows 7:10 9:15 I/ Su^ay SUMMER / Matinee ~v»-^ · A j*. I P n m . OF 42 Next: "BANK SHOT" MALCO mmTTTTmurr Open 7 Shows 7:20 9:15 / ftWY 71 tt ,521-19... Joanne Woodward Sunday Matinee Summer Wishes, zp.m. Winter Dreams Next: "OUR TIMES" JTm u i mrm m u Open 7 Shows 7:10 9:25 .in. F (PG) Sunday Matinee 2 ji. "BILLY JACK" TOM LAUGHUN Next: "MR. MAJESTIC" =.-NCQIU;GF mSi Ncxl: "TOM SAWYER" / 17 .. ( Plus "HUCK FINN" S,^ to ,, 7!45 S-.S lm .. a ,.i.2p. m . "Cougar r " S:45 Ufeac IN1IITTTTT IT THE INFLATION FIGHTER FAMILY DAYS Tuesday and Wednesday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Only , f Rib-eye Dinner This tantalizing cut of steak hears our brand proudly. This dinner includes a crisp salad with dressing of your choice, a hot baked potato or french fries and a tasty slice of Bonanza toast. R-eg. $* ^t* $2.19 NOW B^Jf JF The family restaurant even a father could love. Z356 N. Cdllege, Fayclleville Phone 521-3565 nurse play first a tape recording of classical music to induce Hie right atmosphere. Then the nurse takes over and, singing a folk song, picks up and hugs a baby and dances with him emphasizing the rhythm of the tune. In a Prague creche, cares for the infant: ployed mothers from and dance with younger babies she explained. Nurses sing and for the regularly. By the time the babies are year-old toddlers they are trying to join in, and from time to time are lent f musical instrument. "We don'l expect them to play it,- but they enjoy handling it," Mrs. Jelin kov said. "By the time they are :a 3-years-old. a nurse was seen softly crooning to an 8-month- old baby passing through the 'adaptation" period during .vhich Hie human voice has a particularly soothing effect on the baby first separated from its mother. Meanwhile older children in the 2 and 3-years section grabbed with en- tumsiasm the preferred simple musical instruments and unselfconsciously played, danced and sang. EMPHASIZE BHYTHM "The guitar, the guitar, we have the guitar today," sang a happy little girl when the head of the creche, dark-haired blue- /eri Vera Jelinkova, herself a other of three strapping boys, alketl in with the instrument, urses in neat blue frocks and liite aprons handed out the in- rumcnts -- ebony sticks, iangles, hells, rumba rattles while the "orchestra" quick- took their seats and joined two years old they are used to . . . I and thoroughly enjoy the rhyth r ".T"i m ' c songs," she added. The nurses, one for each foui children in the stale-ru in c r e c h e , use melodic in struments and the children joi in at will. The songs chosen are often local folk songs or nnr sery rhymes. One begins, "The millers are happy boys when their mill clip clop goes." am" e "clip clops," liberall; rinkled through the ditty Transportation Advisory Board To Meet Here The Advisory board or the ren Hams Chair in Transpor- tion of the University of Ark- isas College of Business dministration will meet Scp- mber 27 at Fayetteville, ac- ording to Dr. Grant M. Davis, ren Harris Professor of ransportation. The Board, which meets twice nnually, will he concerned in n's meeting with the placemenl research. J.B. Speed of Forl mith, president of Arkansas est Freight System, Inc.. i: resident of the*advisory Board ther members are Gerald H weedy of Springdale, Gary L rewer of Little Rock, Kemm ns Wilson, Jr., of Memphis 'enn., Bob Worley of For mith, Richard A. Lundgren o .ittle Rock; Mrs. T o h j barter of Benton, L. E. Thomp on of Pine Bluff, Thoma Harper of Fort Smith, E d d i Holland of Little Rock and Wil iatn P. Jackson Jr., of Wash ngton, B.C. Active Tourism BELGRADE (AP) - Yugo lavia lias had active lourisi or 130 years. Opatija, th .orthern Adriatic resort, wa he first Yugoslav tourist re ort. The first foreign tourists n an organized tour in 1884 ame in addition to Opatija. t Dubrovnik, the South Adriati vailed city, aboard an Austria hip carrying 153 tourists. Hotel Kvarner, opened i .84, is the first hotel on th Yugoslav Adriatic, in Opatija That year 1,412 tourists cam' itarting a permanently upwar ilimb, except in times of war. In 1899, 14,865 tourists cam to Opatija spending 333,00 nights there, in 1912 there wer 54,696, and in 1913 as many a 865,001 tourists. In 1952, Yugoslavia began a ively encouraging foreign tou .sis to visit the country. In 1972 there were 37.8 m: lion nights spent by foreig tourists along the Adriat coast, and 56.2 million in all Yugoslavia. In 1973 there we: 44,4 million nights spent on tl Adriatic and 64.05 million in a of Yugoslavia. NOW SHOWING Opeen 7:15 · Starts 7:4 KtinfONDA SUSIK HOTCE DIHTYWIHRY GRAZnARRV ^Benus Feature-"VANISHING POINT" irovide the opportunity to beat he sticks and clap hands to emphasize the rhylhm. RANGE EXTENDS The range of instruments Is sxtended as children progress o the 3-year-old group. AH children join in the singing and lancing but there are no solos. 'We don't want to encourage prim a donnas," Mrs. Jelinkova said. Indebtedness to Munich-horn Carl Ortf and his Schulwerk is readily acknowledged by all; he breakthrough is the application of the method to pre- vindergarten age groups on an unprecedented broad basis. Special music courses are organized for the nurses by the Ministry ot Health under whose competence the creches come, while the nursery schools and kindergartens (or the 3 to 6 age group come under the Ministry of Education. "It is not always easy to get nurses to lose their selfconsciousness,' Mrs. Jelin- kova said. "But as a rule we can find an enthusiast and gradually the others join in Theoretically we always die have music i n ' t h e creches bul it tended to get pushed into the background by emphasis on motor skills and language development. Now we emphasize it again as part of aesthetic and emotional education." Mrs. Jelinkova's own boys play the flute, guitar and piano APPLES PICK YOUR OWN IDA RED, ROME BEAUTY, SPIGOLD, GOLDEN DELICIOUS Bwar! Trees FRUIT IS CLEAN LARGE, EASY TO PICK SATURDAY 10 A.M. nnd SUNDAY 1 P.M. Also For Sale In All Grades Including Windfalls: Red Delicious, Jonathan, Golden Delicious, Ida Red, Spigold ROM'S ORCHARD Old Wire Road North ?1 mile heyond Cross-over Road. CLINT JEASTWOOD 'THUNDERBOLT "DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER" DRIVMN IHtHTKE PH. 751.8724 CONTINUOUS FROM DARK Madame Zenobia DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 (ClianiMl ^ »n eabte In FiyerUvllle) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pirtsburg, Channel 7 KTUl, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Channel 4 on cable In F»yeH«vlHe KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, Joplin, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 [Channel 9 on cable In Fftyettevllle) O WARNER CABLE of Fayettevffle 103 W. Mountain St. -- Phone 521-7730 Complete Home Entertainment Cable Service AH Area Television and . . . FM Radio Time- Weather -Special Events TODAY ON . . . Starchannel -- PRONE 521-7730 HEARING AIDS SALES SERVICE Itadioear, Eleclone and Acousticon Cords, Batteries and Accessories M. WARD HEARING AID DEPT. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center Fayefteville, Ark. Phone 443-4591 GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory creek Rec. Area and dine at THE BARN 264 East off Hwy, 71 Steaks and shrimp, hometnftd* cinnamon rolli. relishes, and salatfs. Family style fish fry Friday. Bar BQ Rim Saturday. Open 5-10 p.m. Sab and Sun. 12 noon-U) p.m. Closed Men. and TiftK: Come we ui at beautiful Baavcr Lako. Clint Eastwood is Dirty Harry in A MOVIE FOR $1.00 AND THE WHOLE FAMILY WATC" 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound Z333 N. College 441-S57S 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 751-79*1 MOVIES ON TV Sunday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -- "Thunder-ball" (1965) Sean Cannery, Adolfo Cell, Claudine Auger 1.0:30. p.m. Ch. 2 -- ''Run of the Arrow" (1957) · " Rod Steiger, Brian Keith, Ralph Meeker 10:30 p.m. Ch. 5 -- "Hurricane" (1974) Martin Milner, Larry Hagman, Jessica Walters 11:00 p.m. Ch. 3 -- "The Love-Ins" (1957) Richard Todd, James MacArthur, Susan Oliver 11:00 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Hello, Sucker" (1941) Tom Brown, Peggy Moran, Hugh Herbert Monday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 -- "Rachel, Rachel" (1.968) Joanne Woodward, James Olson, Kate Harrington 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Lieutenant Schuster's Wife" (1972) Lee Grant, Jack Warden, Don Galloway OZARK HOME AND GARDEN CENTER · Shrubs · Seeds · Insecticides · House Plants · Landscaping Service 20 E. Township Rd. '/i Mile West Whit Chevrolet "We Give Your Green Thumb A ! Helping Hand" .SUNDAY MORNING ·k 6:00 3 arty Lino Across the Fence * 6:30 -Across the Fence Today's World Sacred Heart ....*., 6:45 -- ivcy and Goliath .......... if 7:00 "Faith For Today .., .. Search Music and the Spoken Word . Amazing Grace Voice o£ Victory 7:15 -Pastor's Study » , . . . , With This Ring 7:30 -Human Dimension Goober and the Ghost Chasei Jabberwocky Gospel Singing Jubilee ...... Voice of Victory Thy Kingdom Come -Ar 7:45 -Hymns of Inspiration if 8:00 -Make a Wish My Favorite Martians Union Rescue Mission Outreach Religious Town Hall James Hobinson Day of Discovery if 8:30 Bailey's Comets Oral Roberts Thy Kingdom Come God Squad . .-., Billy James Hargli- Herald of Truth if 9:00 Ask an Attorney , Boyce Davis Evangelistic Temple Gospel of Christ Let The Bible Speak ., Herald Of Truth Hex Jlumbard ·*· 3:30 Sportsman Film . ..." Lassie's Rescue Rangers Kathryn K n h l m a n Day of Discovery , Oral Roberts if 10:00 Day of Discovery Encounter Faith for Today Call lh« Doctor Rex Humbard Jerry Falweli Oral Roberts if 10:30 Jimmy Swaggart Bookshelf Hour of Power , Good News Dialogue 16 * 11:00 NFL Game of tht Week ... Webber's World Church Service 3, 5, 6, . 5, 6 .. 16 if 11:30 - rteet The Press * 2, Church Service SUNDAY AFTERNOON ,, 12:00 NFL Football: Miami Dolphins vs. Buffalo Bills 2, 3, 5, NFL Football: Minn. Vikings vs. Detroit Lions Directions NFL Football: St. Louis Cards vs. Wash. Hed Skins ; 12:30 -- Lssues ;iml Answers if 1:00 Super Bowl Highlights .......... World of Survival American Lifestyle Meet the Press College Football: Illinois vs, Stanford .... 8, if 2-00 American Bandstand Movie ., 3:00 NFL Football: Kansas City vs. Oakland 2, 3, Evangel Temple I Dream of Jeannie Great American Dream Machine Flshin 1 Hole High Rollers if 3:30 - Issue9 and Answers Face the Nation ... Gentle Ben ,·-· Film .... if 4:00 Old Settler Show Famous Classic Tales G, Golden Hurricane Highlights .... Daniel Boone * 4:30 Frank Broyles: Foothall Book Beat if 5:00 Dennis The Menace Oklahoma Football Highlights CBS News Retrospective .. · · 6, International Performance 5:30 Journey to Adventure .Lawrence Wclk SUNDAY EVENING Movie . A n i m a l World Zoom Wild Kingdom Oklahoma Forum News * i:» Apple's Way Texas Wheelers .... Journey to Japan World ot Disney 2, if 7:00 Sonny Comedy Hevue Evening at Fops * 7:3« - McClnud 2, Kojak * 8:M Movie Masterpiece Theatre 11 * 8:30 Mannix S, IB * »:« Firing Line 11 * 9:30 - Elappy Days ..,..-... 8 Dialogue 't'l 5 Conversation With 6 Beaver Lake 16 Sanford and Son 2, 3 7 10:00 -News 2, 3. 5, 6, 7, * -D:3» - ' Movie 2 Fligli School Foothall Highlights Jim Frazicr: Football 16 Johnny Carson 7 Bobby Goldsboro 3 if 10:45 News *· 11:00- Movie 3. 16 Name of the Game 6 * 15:15 - OSU Football Highlight* I Virginian 12 ., 12:00 Sacred Heart ,, 1Z:15 -Christopher Closeup MONDAY HOMING * «:30 - 9MS Forum Farm-nanch Report * 6:35 Inspiration if 6:40 News *· 6:50 Light of Life Today in Agriculture ... if 6:55 -Harvest Time TabcrnacI Moments of Meditation Project * ?:«» Country Music Time .... Timmy and Lassie CBS News 6. 16 Today 2, 3, 5. * 7:JO - irR Pufnstuf * S:M Cartoon Circus I Sesame Street 12 Captain Kangaroo . ......... tt, 16 * 8:30 Oklahoma: Monday *· 9:09 -= ,, Movie 12 Name That Tune 11 It's Your Bet 3, S. 7 9 A.M '. Jokers Wild Sesame Street MOT! * »:» Winning Streak 2, S. 7 To Tell tht Truth 12 Gambit .; «, It W *'." ~~ High Rollers 2, 3. 5, 7 All My Children 12 Now You See It ....' 6, 16 * 10:30 Hollywood Squares 2. 3, 3rady Bunch 7 12 6. 1C Love Ol Life if 10:55 -Coffee Break 6 News 16 * 11:01 Jackpot 3 5, 7 Password ..... 8, 12 Mike Dnugl;is z The Young and Restless .... 6, 16 * 11:3» Celebrity sweepstakes .. 3, 5 7 Split second 8 12 Search for Tomorrow 6, 16 * 11:55 News 3, 5. 7 MONDAY AFTERNOON * U:M News 2, 6, 7. 12, 18 Phil Donahue 3 if 12:15 16 Minutes With Carol IG * 12:30 Jeopardy 2, Let's Make a Deal S, 8, 12 As The World Turns 6. IB ' 12:35 Melody Matinee * 1:00 Days of our Lives 2 3 5 , Newlywed Game 's, 12 Guiding Light 6, 16 * 1:30 Doctors 2, 3, S, Girl in My Life ,...,*. s, n Edge of Night 6. IB Another Wnrld 2, 3 5, General Hospital 8, Price is Right 6, if Z:30 Electric Company How to Survive a Marriage 2, 3, 5, One Life Io Live 8 Malch Game 6, Today's Yoga Somerset SIO.OM Pyramid Tattlctales * 3:30 - MfAler Rogers , Merv Griffin Jeopardy , Uncle Zch ..*· .... Gomer Pyle, USMC Name That Tune Joker's Wild Dick Van Dyke * 4:60 High Chaparral ., .., Sesame Street .-... Corner Pylc, USMC GII Htf fin's Tslftnd Winning Streak Fusr.tLve I Dream of Jeannto ..... Bonanza , if 4:30 .Hey Show ' a r t r i d e e Family Beat The Clock Beverly Hillbillies if 5:00 Villa Alegre \ndy Griffit'h' '.'.".V.V.V.'.V Twilight Zone ..' I'o Tell The Truth A n d y Griffith ....;..... Truth or Consequences ... 5:3fl Electric Company Truth or Consequences ... News 2 3 5, e MONDAY EVENING 6:00 -FBI News 3, 5/6, 7, Flodficpodge Lodge if 6:30 - Unlamcd World Concentration New Candid Camera ....,' Felony Squad The Newsmakers ,, tlogan's Heroes Lei's Make A Deal * 7:00 Trade Fair in Ireland .., nookies A Tribute \o George Gershwin Male Menopause Born Free /,. runsmoke '.*.*.*.".!* * 8:01) - NJT, Foothall: Dallas vs: Philadelphia Trial ot Mary Lincoln .. Movie 2, 3, .. S ,. 6. ... W 5, S .. 12 .. 18 3 ... 6 11 8 7. 12, !6 2 ,'l2, 18 11 · 5 7 n 1(3 12 .... 5 8, 12 1,1 'i'l 7 5, 8,' 12 g IS 5. 8 , 12 n f i 7 Book Beat nhoda c' * I:H - ' Video Visionaries .... Merlical Center , ' e' Today's Yoga * 10:09 - Ncxv.q .......... 2, 3, Grand Master Chess 6, 7, 11 News if 10:3fl Johnny Carson ABC Cautioned News Movie ........ * ":00 News .......... , , . ·k 11:15 -Frank Broylcs: Football .;, 8 * 11:30 Bobby Goltlshoro ............ 1,3 Johnny Carson ... .......... '" *; if 12:00 Project ...................... s Tomorrow .............. 2 3, 5 7 * 1:00 Religious Town Hall ..... _ ____ l 2 3. 6, 7! 16 ... 2, 3, 7 II .... 6. 13 5. 8, 12

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