Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 2, 1974 · Page 21
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October 2, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 21

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ARE YOU GOING OUT MORE AND ENJOYING IT LESS? The Farmer's Daughter would like to show you that dining out in Fayetteville can be more enjoyable. Tonight and every night -- Mon.-Sat. and Sunday for lunch, she awaits your pleasure with atmosphere, service and food that will make you want to come back. She is open Mon.-Fri. 5:30 to 10 Sat. one seating 7:30 Sun. for lunch 11:30 to 2 Call 521-8686 for Res. or Info. · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Oct. 2, 1974 FAVETTCVILLE, ARKANSAS DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketcham Six Persons Killed In State Car-Freight Train Collision itIALCO OPETt" MALL TWIN O Open 7--Fet. 7:45 Enils Sun. Mat. 2 p.m. Thursday GEORGE C. SCOTT Starts Friday: "LAST DETAIL" (PG) fl| MALL TWIN© ; H.W.AHK. PLAZA S21-700S in] i n nil i Open 7--Fet. 7:45 Ends Thursday SUMMER OF '42 w STARTS FR1.: "BREEZY" (PG) 1:1:1:4:1 I I I^L-i 1 TT'i'l M ALCO nniinti.Mii.inn LUXORA, A r k . (AP) -- Six persons were killed Tuesday in u car-freight train collision at n Frisco railroad crossing at the edge of this Mississippi County own. County Coroner M. J. Os- orne identified the dead as Bettie Mack, 80; her son, Waller rhornas, 50; Gertrude Harris, about 70; and her husband, Thurman Harris, who was in his 60s or 70s, all of Blytheville; Mary Watson, 74 of near Manila and Ernest'Watson, 9, a relative who lived with Mrs. Watson. Osborne said Mrs. Watson was the driver of the station wagon, which belonged to Thomas, There was no survivor in the station wagon. , "The car was just creeping along -- no more than 10 or 15 miles per hour" when it collided with Ihe train that was raveling SO m.p.h.. Trooper irn Snyder of the State Police aid. An ambulance driver de cribed the wreckage a: 'mangled." "The car was just a ball,' Jnyder said. "It was just al he bodies rolled up into thi: HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL Planted Pot Co uses Problem With Parents nass of metal.. It took a Ion; part. We don't even know who as sitting where." Snyder said the driver of the latibn wa'gon apparently did ot see the approaching train ven though the warning lights .1 the railroad crossing were vorking. Snyder said the brake man for lie train, which was headed for he Blytheville railroad yard, ipplied the train's brakes when le saw the station wagon, but it vas too late, Parts of the station wagon were thrown beneath the locomotive, and Snyder estimated that the wreckage was scattered a half mile down the :rack. News Reports Said In Error LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- News reports Tuesday that a key Uiiry industry official had tesli- ied that Rep. Wilbur D. Mills, 3-Ark., knew about a 1971 lairy cooperative gift to the 'Draft Mills for President" campaign appparenlly were er The testimony, according t the Watergate Committee draft report, actually concerned a gift in June 1972. Mills has insisted that Man Sentenced in Abortion Case LITTLE ROCK AP) - A I J u l n ? k i Count y'Circull Court, jury convicted Al C. Hlghtower,: 7C, of Little Rock Tuesday of: attempting to induce nn ahor-. lion on a 19-yenr-old Little. Rock woman i N o v . 29 at his' residence. A jury of six women and six men deliberated one hour be- 1 fore returning the verdict and: setting Hightower's punishment at a $1,000 fine and three years in the state penitentiary. "° Jiidge Richard B. Adkisscm' knew nothing about dairy funds sc t Hightowor's appeal bond at -- legal or illegal -- funncled to. $5,000 and allowed Hightower, a the dratt effort in 1971 or in the| re ti rc d barber, to remain free early months of 1972, before he on |,i s previous $5,000 bond formally began to seek tho] p c n ( ]j n g posting of the appeal Democratic presidential ' nation. McHcnry Sworn In LITTLE ROCK AP)' - Henry L. McHenry of Little Rock was sworn in Tuesday as acting administrator of the stale Employment Security Division. McHenry, «10, is the first black to head a major state office in Arkansas, He replaces J. Merle Lemley, who resigned last month. Before being selected for the BSD post, McHenry was employed by the federal Labor De- The news reports originated in tlie Memphis Commercial Appeal, which reported on the Watergate Committee. testimony of Dr. George Mehren, chief-, executive of Associated Milk Producers Inc. in 1972. nomi-lbond. The woman, an unmarried DEAK HELEN: O u r daughter suddenly developed an interest in walking down by the creek. One day my huso and and I were Ends Thursday Open? Fet. 7:45 ' Start! Friday "The Hrturn of th« Dragon" *' i--l-T--l..r-I ! I TIT M ALCO .iimunmurmm fishing in that area, and we discovered two coffee cans hidden behind some rocks. In the cans were growing suspicious-looking plants. I'm sending a sample in my letter. They had been freshly watered, but looked kind of sick. We asked our daughter, and she said a friend had gone on vaction and wanted her to tend to them. We asked why she didn't bring them to the house, and she said they were hard to move. When we suspected they were The article said Metiren tesli- ed that the AMPI political rm, CTAPE, made a gift of 25,000 in 1071 to the Mills ef- ort, that Mills knew about it, nd that Mills thanked Mehren or it. However, page 798 cf the Wa- ergate. Committee,.draft report ontains this testimony by Mehen and shows that it concerns $25,000 gift made on June 13, 072, not 1971. The money ap DEAR HELEN: TV helped me potty-train our daughter, front ren's shows and she didn't mind sitting. We worked on her pride, clapping our hands when she cooperated and giving her. a small treat. -- UNRUFFLED MOTHER student at the University of Arkansas-Little Rock, had testl- fied that she paid Highlower D to p e r f o r m the abortion. larently was a legal gift, irom. he political fund rather than, corporate assets of AMPI, and was reported both by CTAPE and the Mills campaign. The TIMES Is On $9ven Days a Week! fop of The News HELD OVER CHARLES BRONSON Open 7--Pet. 7:45 Sunday Matinee 2 p.m. li:' ' ,S CHAINSAW MASSAr " Sat.-Sun. Mat. I "Absent Minded ProfMior" ' »·«· ' m · · »» inn DEAR HELEN: Here's a real help for training mall boys: Throw confetti in he toilet. and make a game of standing him on the rim of he bowl, then "bombing" those colored bits of paper. Of course, his doesn't work for girls...1 [ ! ! l l t i i HIT i !!' it |i|- m 1 I Ti marijuana, she looked shocked, but we wonder. She told us she'd put a lot of fertilizer on them, and they appear to be almost dead from overfeeding. Since the owner of the plants will be back next week, and they'll probably be dead by thai time anyway, should we just forget the situation, or notify the police? Incidentally, there's no indication that our daughter smokes. She's open on al-mos every subject and we get along great. That's why we were so shocked.-MR. AND MRS. T. DEAR MR. AND MRS. T.: I guess this is the modern version of going out behind the barn to trycigarettes. But point out to your daughter, since you communicate well, that the I consequences are much rougher when you're caught tending marijuana plants. The evidence \yill no doubt be dead by the time you read this letter, so I'd. suggest: discuss, then forget. And hope .he friend swears off further horticultural projects.--H. SMART POP _ NOW SHOWING H^ftSJfl Open, 7:00 0 Starts 7:25 Vigilante, city style- judge, jury, and executioner. A Paf amount Peruse CHARLES BRONSON r.a MICHAELWJKNU J*n "DEATH WISH" SGHPICO* 1974-75 UNIVERSITY THEATRE presents an American Bicentennial Salute THE CONTRAST As delightfully funny now as when it was premiered in America in 17871 OCT. 1 thru 5 Box Office Now Open For Reservations Phone 575-4752 Box Office Hours: 1--5 Daily DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 (Channel 8 «n cable in Fayeitevllte) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Channel 4 an cubit in Fayettevllle} KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, Joplin, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 [Channel 9 on eabl* in F»yrtt«v!lle) October--National Restaurant Month Tim's Pizza with Schlitz Town Country Restaurant. Open 24 Mrs.--7 Days Wk. Hwy. 71 S. laid Pancake House) S21-B686 Rt. 2 Johnjon Rd. Foyetlevil Ifl, Arlc. BB BAR-B-QUE (3 Blocks South of Ozark Theater on 71 By Pass) Dining Rooms, Carry-Out, Sandwiches We Cater Large and Small Groups, Too! Ph. 442-9674 11-9 Weekdays, 11-10 p.m. Fri-Saf.-Sun.--Closer! Tues. Closed Mon. at 3 p.m. Venesian Inn Hwy. 68 West -- Tontilown Open 4-9 (Closed Sunday) BankAmerlcard -- Master Cfiarr« Oil CHICKEN HOUSE Serving The World's Finest Fried Chicken Hwy. 71 N. Springdale nlarty Marys COACHMAN RESTAURANT 1212 N. College Colonial Village Mecl your friends at the COACHMAN RESTAURANT TUES., thru Sat., 5 p.m. ti! 10p.m. Sunday, 11 a.m. til 3 p.m. DEAR HELEN: "Concerned Grandma" has a riglit to be! Her grandson will be a nervous wreck, unless these parents are taught something about potty-training; It shouldn't be an ordeal, or a matter for punishment. If the poor child is scolded, spanked and made to go without hi; pants, or is locked in the batli room alone, he may become a b e d w e t t e r among other problems. Trouble with some parents is they want their child to 'be the earliest kid on the block -- and he ends up : the slowest. They should be aware that as children .mature, they WANT, to stay dry--when's the last time they saw a teenage pants- wetter (unless there was a kidney problem)? Toddlers pretty much potty- train themselves when they're ready, especially if they're around other children they can imitate. At this point, a few days of "training" are sufficient, with the mother giving high praise for success and devoting most of her time to the p r o j e c t -- i n a constructive way.--INTERN WXRNER 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 HEARING AIDS SALES SERVICE Radioear, Electone and Acousticon Cords, Batteries and Accessories M. WARD HEARING AID DEPT. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center FayelteviUe, Ark. Phone 4434591 CHINESE DISHES . . STEAKS SHRIMPS Op*n 39:30 P.M. Closed SonJay ft Monday TC6 BOWL 112 North -- The TIMES It On Top of The News Seven Days a Week Bring the Family and Dine In Comfort at the Breakfast 6:30-10:30 Lunch 11:30-2:00 Dinner 5:00-9:00 09 BUFFET 3 kinds of meat, assorted vegetables, salads, home made pies; Kesfaunnt Will Close 2 p.m. Sunday 2 SCOTTISH , INNS i TODAY ON CINDERELLA LIBERTY With JAMES CAAN and ROBERT BLAKE 8 MOVIES $6.00 PHONE 521-7730 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound B33 N. College 44Z-8576 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. BIGfTWAY 68 WEST 751-7W1 MOVIES ON TV GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory Creek Me. Area and d'ne at THE BARN 264 East off Hwy. 71 Cloaks ant) shrimp, homemade crnnamon ro]ls, relishes, and saladi. Family style flih fry Friday, Bar BQ Ribs Saturday. Open 5-10 p.m. Sat, and Sun. 12 noon-lQ p*m. Closed Mon. and To* 1 . Come lee us at beautiful Beaver Lake, Wednesday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -- "Death Sentence" (1974) Cloris Leachman, Lawrence Luckinbill, Nick Nolle 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Never So Few" (1959) Frank Sinatra, Gina Lollobrigida, Sieve McQueen Thursday Night 8:00 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "The Hawaiians" (1970) Charllon Heston, Tina Chen, Geraldine Chaplin p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Honor Thy Father" (1973) Joseph Bologna, Raf Vallone, Brenda Vaccaro r 71 *ctn * ivrrrrMiH * *fl-*w Now Showing Redford 'Jeremiah Johnson" Co-H : » GARY GRIMES ._ OARUTOO. WEDNESDAY EVENING * 5:00 News 2, 5, 8 Andy Griffith 12 Sesame Street 11 Twilight Zone 16 Andy Griffith ..: 8 Truth or Consequences 1 New» 5, 8 To Tell The Truth 3 *· 5:30 Electric Company 11 New« . . . 2, 3. S 6, 7, 12, 16 Truth or Consequences - - 8 * 6:00 News 3. 5, 6. 7, 8, 12, IB FBI 2 Inside Oklahoma Education -- 11 * 6:30 Hollywood Squares 3 Concentration ...., 5 Wild, Wild World of Animals .. 7 Last of Ihe Wild 12 Flogan's Heroes 16 Grand Master Chess 11 *· 1:00 Little House on the Prairie 2, 3, 5, Sons and Daughters 6, If That's My Mama 8, 12 Men Who Made the Movies 11 ·A- 7:30 Movie 8, 12 * 8:00 Lucas Tanner - 2, 3 5, The Gloucestermen I'l Cannon . -- 6, 18 * 8:30- Tim Weisberg--Jazz HOCK .... * 3:00 - Petrocelll 2, 3 5, Manhunter 6. Get Chrisite Love! 8, 12 Festival Films I" ·k 9:30 -- ' Today's Yoga 1 News' . . T . . 1 . . 2, .1, 5, 8, 7, 8, 12, 1' W a l l Slrcet Week 1 * 10:30 - {anchi Auction 8 Wide World Special 12 ABC Captioned News 11 Movie 6. 16 Johnny Carson 2, 3 i. 7 * 12:00 Tomorrow , 2, 3, 5, 7 1:00 -Project 6 Today's World J THURSDAY MORNING-*6:30- SMS Forum , · Farm/Ranch Report ...;,...... Movie 8 * S:30 -Gambit * 16 Winning Slrcak 2, 5. 7 Concentration 12 ·*· 10:00 Service ^Teaching Programs 11 Inspiration * 6:40- News * 6:50 Light of Life Today in Agriculture * 6:55 Harvest Time Tabernacle . Project .' Moments of Meditation ... .. 7:00 Timmy and Lassie CBS News C o u n t r y Music Tlm« Today t. 7:30 -- - ' Uncle Waldo ; ··:*· ' Mister Rogers . . . Captain Kangaroo Sesame Strict Cartoon Circus ; * 8:S» 'Vibration? Encore Oklahoma: Thursday Vr il:00 Sesame Street ...' Name That Tune Sesame Street 9 A.M .....; Joker's Wild ..-. It's Your Bet ...,, 2, 5, 8, 12 6, 16 3 Now You See It 6, 16 High Hollers 2. 3, 5, 7 All My Children 12 10:30 - Jrady Dunch . Love of Life Hollywood Squares 2, 3. 5. 7 ·k 10:55 Coffee Break CBS News * 11:01) Jackpot Village Aleere Password Mike Douglas . . . . Young and Restless , .. 11:30 Mister Rogers Celebrity Sweepstakes Search for Tomorrow Spill Second * 11:55 News THURSDAY AFTERNOON- k U:0» in Service Teaching Programs News 2. 6, 7, 12 Phil Donahue Table Talk All My Children * 12:15 -16 Minutes with Carol 19 * n-.it Jeopardy 2, ', Let's Moke A Deal 5, 8 l: As The World Tumi 6, II ·* 12:35 Melody Matinee ' * 1:00- 1« Guiding Light », i 12 Days Of Our Lives 2. 3, S, ' . 16 5, 7 .. 11 S. 12 .. 6. 1 1 3 S ... 6, 1 ._ 8, 1 ... 3. S. 8. 12 2, 3, 5, 7 6, 16 8. 12 e, le Newlywed Game ..... * 1:30 Doctors Edge of N i c h t Girl In My Life * 2:00 Price Is Right Another World 2. 3, 5. General Hospital 8. 12 * Z:30 electric Company 11 Vlatch Game 6 16 How To Survive Marriage 2, 3, 5. 7 One Life To Live .. 8 12 * 3:00 810,500 Pyramid 8. 12 Today's Yoga 11 Tattletales 6. 16 Somerset 2 3, 5, 7 3:31* Mister Rogers 11 Mcrv Griffin 2 Gomcr Pyle USMC 12 Jeopardy 5, 7 Joker's Wild 6 Name That Tune 3 Uncle Zeb Dick Van Dyke 16 .. 4:00 High Chaparral 5 Gilliean's Island 12 Winning Streak 3 Sesame Street 1 ; 1 Fugitive 1 Dream of Je-innte 7 Gomer Pyl« USMC 8 Bonanza ... * 4:30 Partridge Family 12 Lucy Show 8 Beverly Hillbillies Deal the Clock niUKSDA'T BTIN1NO-- * 5:W News 2. 5. ' Andy G r i f f i t h 12 Village Alcgre 1 Twilight Zone 16 To Tell Thfl Truth .... Andy Griffith · Truth of Consequences 7 * 5:JO Electric Company la News 2, 3 5. 6, 7, 12, 16 Trulh or Consequences . 8 iee Cooking School 11 FBI 2 News 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 16 *.'» - ^onccntrnlion 5 . 'olice Surgeon 7 3uck Owens 12 iogan's Heroes 16 Newsmakers ,... 11 91im Wilson 3 *?:» Barry Switzer: Football »8 The Way It Was 11 Odd Couple 12 3ierra - 2, 3, 5, 7 .. 7:« International Performance . Paper Moon 8, 12 8:00 Movie 0, Ironside 2. S, 5, Streets of San Francisco . . . . 8, *»:!« Indians for Indiana Movin' On 2, 3, Harry O 5 8, 16 7 12 11 7 12 II Today's Yoga 10:00 Woman 11 News 2, 3, 5, 6, 7. 8, 12, 16 ·k 10:39 -Kanchi Auction 8 WFL Football B Movie : 1C Johnny Carson 2, 3, 5, 7 ABC Captioned Newn 11 Wide World Special 12 ·k 12:00 -Tomorrow 2, Sj 5, 7 * 1:00 -Ask An Attorney -- 2

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