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September 23, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Won., Sept. 23, 1974 FAVCTTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Theft Reported Richard Doharty of 848 Fritz St. told Washington C o u n t.y sheriff's deputies Sunday that someone had broken a window .n his car and taken a shoulder nag while it was parked near ;he old fire tower at Lake Wedington. Doharty told deputies that the bag belonged to Jan. Henderson of the same address. He saic that the purse contained $2( cash, various credit cards and a check book on the Buckner Slate Bank of Dallas. Deputies said that the theft occurred at about 8 p.m. Ptantnapers SAN FRANCISCO (AP) San Francisco has produced a new type of criminal -- pi;int- napers. Police say these people have taken to swiping everything from 10-foot palms to finger- size succulents. Planlnapers -are apparently folks of all ages who are caught up in the enormous gardening fad. They fill out their home collections with plants stolen from botanical gardens, corner parks, highway medians and even bars. HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL Buddy Feels Altar-Bound Couple Is All Wrong S:ii;s!iKiaaiiaiii:;i!Cii:Gii!]3;iosiiH!Bpj]nKiniaiHiiiiina!i5Siffi.ii I Dear Helen: minimum age 18 not ID I DRIVE-IN THEATRE f». 751-8724 CONTINUOUS FROM DARK iffiJE Chief Justice i Is Hospitalized WASHINGTON (AP) - Chief Justice Warren. E. Burger is expected to r e m a i n ' i n ' a Washington hospital for a few days or tests after suffering a bro- rib and cuts in a bicycle Dear Helen: These two people in their 30s, have almost everything, except (I feel) the ability to stay marritd to each other. They're both set in their ways and high- strung. I am invited to their wedding next week, and since they don't need any of the conventional gifts, I was thinking of one that they will probably use: a set of books on divorce, such as how to live through it emotionally and financially and still stay friends. How aoout . it -- Bachelor Friend Dear Batch: Lemme guess: Are you a rejected suitor or a swinging bachelor who hates to see a good buddy "go wrong"? F o r g e t wishful thinking: Better you should send a gift certificate and let this couple pick out its own books. -- H. CLINT JEASTWDOD "THUNDERBOLT pndJJGHTFOOTf "DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER are making big days about how MALCO OPERATED.THEATRES MALL TWIN O i uim mil i rr H.W ARK PLAZA Open 7 Show 7:30 Sun. Mat. 2 p.m. WINNER QF 6 ACADEMY AWARDS! DOCTOR ZHilAGO Next: "DUDDY KRAVITZ" MALL TWIN© Sunday Matinee 2p.m. Open 7 Shows 7:10 9:15 SUMMER OF '42 Next: "BANK SHOT" MALCO TMf ifmmimimiii 7 Show 7:45 Sunday Matinee 2p.m. Open Joanne Woodward Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams Next: "OUR TIMES" MALCO (PG) Open 1 Show 7:45 Sunday Mallnce 2 p.m. "BILLY JACK" TOM LAUGIILIN Next: "MR. MAJESTIC" Ml I if.!!! 1.11.1 Noxl: ' Plus 'TOM SAWYER 1 ' "HUCK FINN" /HI Open? "Triangle" 7:45 "Cougar" 8:45 Sun. Mat. 2 p.m. mm. '"""·""«"" Dear Helen: Americans noises these cruel we were to the Indians when we took over their land some 200 years ago -- and how badly we still treat them. But consider Alaska: I was there on business this year, and our ugly Americans treat the Eskimos and native Indians there like dirt. Those who owned the land before the "white" man's coming are now "inferiors," often not allowed in good restaurants and stores. At best, most are considered children, and at worst, theyr'e exploited and then shunned. When will we ever learn? -Ashamed American }ear American: Ugly Americans, it unfortunately seems, learn when they're forced to learn. Why not write your Congressman asking [or stronger legislation to pro iect Eskimos and Alaskan Indians? And enlist your friends in the effort. -- H. I'm nearly ' 70, but I'm -not a "lonely widow" who sits in her hotel room or lobby and watches TV all the time. I get out and around! So of course my sit-around neighbors gossip about me. They've forgotten how to live! I'm not a drinker, but the other day I thought, to my dumb self, "Liz, wouldn't you like a little nip?" "You bet I would,' I answered myself, "but how will I get it past my snoopy neighbors?" So I went to the closet and got an old shoe box. Then called a cab and marched out as if I were returning a pai of shoes. I bought, a bottle o beverage that just fitted my box and brought it in right pas the rockingchair , buncfy with them none the wiser. · · : : : ' I keep my bottle in' the sho box, in case someone get nosey. Where there's a will...-Still Lively Dear Lively: There should oe a way: ou of this gossipy, sit-aroun crowd. Why not look for a apartment where the neighbors admire an older person who hasn't forgotten how to live? ccldent. Burger, veek, was trying out a new hree-speed bike when he losl ontrol, hit a curb and topplec o the pavement. Witnesses said it appeared hat the nation's highest judge vas trying to avoid a car am may have been brushed by the 'chicle's fender on Friday. who turned 67 lasl FORD TAKES UP TENNIS WASHINGTON (AP) -- Pres- dent Ford jays he's taken up a new sport: tennis. "You can't work all the ime," Ford said Sunday -evening in disclosing that he : had played tennis on Saturday on ihe White House courts. Ford, who played 4'A hours ol golf on Sunday, said he and his chief of staff, Alexander M. Haig Jr., had teamed up in the tennis matcli to play jp H Dr. William Lukash, the White House physician, and Dave . Hume Kennedy, the White House photographer. Martha Balks At Security Check LONDON (AP -- Martha Mitchell caused a commotion at a London airport when 'she re fused to submit to a routine security check, an official of British Airways snys. . The · official said Mrs. Mitchell "wus shouting and refused to be touched by one o! the security girls. In the end when we told her she would no' be able to fly if she was 110' searched, she calmed down and we used an electronic do vice to search her." Mrs. Mitchell, the cslrangec wife" of former U.S. Atty. Gen John Mitchell, boarded a plani Pistol Stolen Judy Vanoyer of Fayeltevillo ·oportcd the theft of a .22 call- wr pistol Saturday evening rbm tlie home of friends she vas visiting in Truman. Mrs.. Vanovcr told deputes hut the pistol belonged to Al- va'tm Bryant, 405 Locust St. of Truman. She snld tlmt the louse was unlocked anct that no one was homo at the time nf the theft. Deputies said that Mrs. Vanover had been advised by Truman police to report the incident to Washington County Sheriff's office. tor New York on Sunday. She had boon in London for a television appearance. (And might even inivte you over for a nip from.their shoe- boxes?) -- H. THE INFLATION FIGHTER FAMILY DAYS All Day. ... . Tuesday and Wednesday Rib-eye Dinner This tantalizing cut of steak bears 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. $ 1.79 Reg. $2.19 NOW The family restaurant even a father could love. 235« N. College, Fayelteville Phone 521-35W Dear Helen: Our heartfelt thanks to all the wonderful people across the nation whose contributions of Betty Crocker coupons brought an electro-cardiograph heart monitor to the Hobart Hospital near. Gary. Ind. To General Mills, for m a k i n g such projects possible, and to you. Helen, for publicizing our drive -- our deep gratitude. I know many of your loyal readers will be glad to know -- we made it with their help! -- Alice Mes sina, Flint! Raising Chairman St. Mary's Mercy Hospita Auxiliary. 1974-75 UNIVERSITY THEATRE presents the new season THE CONTRAST MARAT/SADE THE RAINMAKER WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOLFF THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM | THE CONTRAST Opens October 1s.fr | Season Tickets Available Thru Oct. 5th University Theatre Fayetteville, Ark. Please send season tickets to the address below: Name Address Student -- $6.00 . Non-Student -- $9.00 From Warner BroaQAVtorer Communications Company ONE WEEK ONLY! MALL TWIN CINEMA #2 PHOENIX VILLAGE #1 R. smith) STRAND (Clarksvllte) NOW SHOWING THRU THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 (Pass List Suspended) Check Theatres for Show Times Chain Saw Stolen The theft of a Pioneer chain saw and an air tank was reported Sunday to the Washington County Sheriff's office by Billy Parsons of Route 5 of Springdale.. Parsons said that the items had been taken from a barn at his home. He requested that deputies make a fingerprint check of the doorknob at the oarn. DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 (Channel 8 *n cable in Fayelteville) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Channel 4 on cable in FaytMevllle) KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, Jopfin, Channel 12 KUH1, Joplin, Channel 16 [Channel 9 on canle In Fiyetlevllle) NOW SHOWING Opeen 7:15 · Starts 7:45 KTERFONDA SUSINGEORGE DIBTY MARY cmmmiiiv --Bonus Feature-'VANISHING POINT" \AARNER 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 5SSS»«ev== = TODAY ON . . Storchannel - PHONE 521-7730 FOOD FOR THOUGHT HEARING AIDS SALES SERVICE Radioear, El e clone and Aeon st icon Cords, Batteries and Accessories M. WARD HEARING AID DEPT. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center Fayetteville, Art Phone 443-4591 Sandwich-making tip: a thin layer of butter or margarine on bread kMps toggy fillings from leaking through. Shortage of sugar cropping up. Some experts blame the worldwide rage for soft drinks. How about fresh fruit for lunch box desserts? Dfrttri often make sandwiches with one piece of bread, with lettuce leaf for a ke*p-the-fin* gen-clean top slice. Dieters find plenty of delicious low-calorie meals to enjoy at 5UZIE WONG'S RICE BOWL. If you're watching your weight, what little you eat shovftf be »xtragood -- and It will be. Rice 442-2222 Highway 112 North Closed Sunday Monday 5 to 9:30 p.m. GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory Creek Ree. Ana and din* at THE BARN 264 E»t off Hwy, 71 Steaks and shrjmpj homemadt elnnamfrn rolls, relishes, and saladi. Family ityle fish fry Friday. BM- BQ Ribs Saturday. Op«n 5-10 p.m. ·at and Sun. 12 noon-IO p.m. Closed Mon. and TIHK: Cttme see us at beautiful Btaver lafcex TMDIHY OOTTCMS · UNDSW WAGNER- 1OHN HOUSEMAN 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 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 Monday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 -- "Rachel, Rachel" (1.968) Joanne Woodward, James Olson, Kale Harrington 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Lieutenant Schuster's Wife" (1972) Lee Grant, Jack Warden, Don Galloway Tuesday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 2 -- "Hell on Frisco Bay" (1955) Alan Lacfd, Edward G. Robinson, Joanne Dru 7:30 p.m. Ch. 3-5-7 ·-- "The Strange and Deadly Occurrence" (1974) Robert Stack, Vera Miles, Marqaret Willock 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -- The Great Niagara" (1974) Richard Boone, Michael Sacks, Randy Quaid 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "The Sweet Ride" (1968) Tony Franciosa, Michael Szrrarin, Jacqueline Bisset OZARK HOME AND GARDEN CENTER · Shrubs · Seeds · Insecticides · House Plants · Landscaping Service 20 E. Township Rd. Vt Mile West Whit Chevrolet "We Give Youri Green Thumb A ' Helping Hand" * MONDAY EVENING * 5:00 - Z. 5, S 12 IS News Andy Griffith Twilight Zone Villa Alegre Andy Griffith Truth or Consequence* To Tell The Truth . * 5:« Electric Company .. News 2, 3 5. 8. 7. 12, 16 Truth or Consequence* * «:**- FBI 2 News 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 12 16 Hodgepodge Ixjdge *·«:»- Concentration 5 New C a n d i d Camera The Newsmakers ... Untamed World , Hogan's Heroes Let's Make A Deal * 7:M Trade Fair in Ireland Hookies 8, A Tribute Jo George Gershwin Bom Free , 2 3, 7 Gun smoke if gjfift -NFL Football: Dallas vs. Philadelphia 5, 8, 12 Maude ·A- 8:30 Book Beat II Hhoda 6. 16 * »:« - Vidwt Visionaries II Medical Center 6, IS * 3:30 Today's Yoga Grand Master Chess 11 News 2. 3. « 7, 16 * I9:3«- ABC Captloned News Johnny Carson 2. t Movie 11:00 -- ! News ...................... 5. 8. 12 11:15 -Frank Broyles: Football ....... 8 11:30 Johnny .Carson ..... ;..i ......... 5 Bobby Goldsbbrp .,i..,. ........ 12 ·k 12:00 Project ........... ; - ............ 6 Tomorrow .............. 2, 3 5. 7 1:00 Religious Town Hall .......... 2 TUESDAY MORNING * 6:30- Farm/Ranch Report ............ 5 SMS Forum ................... 3 * 6:35 Inspiration ................ . . ..... 2 *6:40- News ........................... 2 * 6:50 Light of Life ................... 6 Today In Agriculture ......... . 7 * 6:55 Harvest Time Tabernacle ..... 5 Moments of Meditation ........ 8 Project .- ............... ,....;... *7:H- Timmy and Lasfiia ............. CBS News Country Today * 7 : J ....... Music Time -- «, 3. », 7 12 Around the World In 80 Dayi * 8:M Captain Kangaroo 6. It Cartoon Circus . ...... 4 Seaam* Street 13 * 8:30 Oklahoma: Tuesday 8 * 9:M - 9-A.M Name That Tune 2, 5. Sesame Street Joker's Wild ........ Movie .............. It's Your Bet ....... * 4:30 - - · ' 16 Winning Streak .. 2, 5, 7 To Tell the Truth 12 * ll:«9- High Hollers 2. 3 5. 1 Now You Sec It 6. 16 All My Children 12 * !»:!·- Hollywood Squares 2, 3. 5. 7 I^vc of Life 6. 16 Brady Bunch 8. 12 * 10:55 Coffee Break t News 10 * 11:1*Password 8. 12 Mike D*uglas 2 Jackpot 3. 5. 7 Young and the Restless -- 6 16 * !!:»- Celebrity Sweepstakes ..... 3, 5, 7 Search for Tomorrow 6. 16 Split Second 8. 12 .', 11:55 News 3. 5. 7 TUESDAY AFTERNOON lt:M- All My Children 8 ieneral Hospital Another World ..... * 1:30-Electric Company .. tfatch Game ....... How to Survive a Marriage ... .'. Ono Lifa to Lir« Today's Yoga ......... 510,000 Pyramid ..... : * 3:3»-- Mister Rogers .... Name That Tune Joker's Wild Uncle Zeb News Phil Tab: let; Donahue :alk 2, 6, 7, 12. 16 16 Minutes with Carol * 12:30 -Let's Make a Deal Jeopardy As The World Turns , * 12:35 Melody Ma*ine» Guiding Light Days of Our Livej ... Newlywed Gam* * 1:J»- Doctors Edge of Night Girl In My Lift *t:H- Prke is night .... 6. 16 2, i, 5. 5 2 3, 5. «, 16 8, 12 8. 12 2. 3. 5, 7 .. 2. 3 5, 1 11 12 8 6. 16 2, 3. 5, 7 FBI . News 3, 5, a 7 0 12' i 6 Making Things 'Grow ...... 11 6:30 Treasure H u n t j,» Concentration * K Family Affair .'."' 7 Canadian Travel ' '" 11 Let's Make a Deal ' 3 Hogan's Heroes ; ig * 7:00 Movie 2 3 5 7 Good Times .' c 16 Happy Days g ]2 America , ' 1,1 * 7:30 - Dick Van Dyke Jeopardy Merv Griffin Gomer Py)e USMC * 4:00 High Chaparral ........ . Sesame Street Gilligan's Island Winning Streak Bonanza I Dream of Jeannie Corner Pyle. USMC Fugitive ... ......... . * 4:»- Parlridge Family Beat the clock Beverly Hillbillies ..:.. Lucv Show . TUESDAY EVENING 16 5, 7 2,5, 8 " News Andy Grifllth ..... . Twilight Zone ................. News ....................... 5, Andy Griffith . ................ To Tell The Truth .............. Truth of Consequences ... ....... * «:»- ^ Electric Company News ........... , Truth or Coiuequenee* 2','3,"5','6,"7,''I2J II Mash Movie , " Eye to Eye 2. 3,' 5. '7,' g 8:00 -- -i'awaii Five-O Jeanne Wolr 6 19 ' * 8:30 Performance .............. .... 11 * 0:00 Marcus Wclby .......... 5, g 13 Barnaby Jones .... ......... 6 16 Police Story ............... 2, 3, 7 Indians for Indians ......... 11 * 9:10 Today's Yoga ......... -. ........ TI * 1I:M- Washlngton Week In Review .. 11 .. . 2 . 3.5. 6, 7,8, 12, 16 News ..... . * 10:30 -Perry Mason .......... g ABC Captioned News ..... .. . 11 A] Onofrio Football ............ 12 Johnny Carson ....... 2 3 5 7 Movie ........ .......... ' ...... ; e 16 * 11:00 Wide World Special .. ..... _.... u * 11:30 - ....... Wide World Special ............. g * 12:00 Project ...................... g Tomorrow .............. 2 "3 5 7 + 12:30 -Project . .............. , ......... o

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