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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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11 · Northwest Arkansas TTMW, Mday, Oct. 4, 1974 FAYITTEVILLC, A R K A N S A S Pine Bluff Man Gels Stanford Grant PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) --| George Wetls. a special assign- me.nt reporter for the Pine Bluff Comniercial, luis received a fellowship from Stanford University to study t h e energy crfsis and its effects on world affairs. The study is part of Slan- focd's Professional Journalism Fellowship Program and will be'; for Iwo years, beginning Jan. 6. Tlie courses arc dc- ·igfled to develop expertise in reporting on the energy situ- ation. Four persons from throughout the country were selected for the fellowship program, which . is . supported by the American Petroleum Institute and Pacific Gas and Elcclric Co. Wells, 30. joined Ihe Commercial staff in 1967 and served as city edilor for three years. n 1971, he was named Conservation Communicalor of the Year by the Arkansas Widlife Federation. NOW SHOWING Open 7:00 · Starts 7:25 Vigilante, «ity style- judge, jury,and executioner. I CHARLES MK)NSON "DEATHWISH 1 ^ SEHPICO" ADMISSION $2.00 the MARX BROS. in "COCONUT" jar Helen: A group of us got Into a real assle the oilier night when one Ihe women started talking bout Ihe qualities a perfect an should have. Pretty soon everybody was ying to out-talk the other -id no one agreed. A man's dea of a perfect m a n is o t a 11 y different from a Oman's. Likewise, w h a t omen consider terrific in their slers doesn't-really turn men i. And none of us came up i!h a composite portrait of Ihe ideal" -niale. Each stressed a iffercnt requisite as being lost, valuable. How can personal relation- lips work out if we don't know hat (he other sex really "excels of us? ...And .our idea "worth" is so different from al of (he opposile sex? -- ooking for Answers ear Looking: If we all agreed on what con- Hules a perfect male, we'd e more Android than human, ach of us has a different ideal, nd that's Ihe way it should The key to good and lasting ?lationships? Strive to be the ind of person you like best, ;cn find a · mate who appre- iates those qualifies not only ) you but in him'(or her) self. -- H. Refill The Dragon CHARLES BRONSON MAJESTYK GOA/BOY Sal, Nite only--11 p.m. Marx Bros, in "Coconut '.O. Ftelds- Trap*ic" unu HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL dea Of Perfect Mate ariesWith individual )ear Helen: After yon gave the number f feathers in a 'peacock's tail ve decided you're one of us: card-carrying member of the permologer's Club. In other ·ords, collectors of trivial data Here are some more for you Since a male cricket (female? re the silent partners in Ihe ricket world) chirps fasler the otter he feels, you can tell the cinperaturc by counting thp Soulheasi Hit By Record Cold By The Associated Press October continued to act liki November - or December - to day in the eastern half of th lation. wilh record -cold in se\ ral Southeastern, cities. Temperatures fell into the 30 :s far south as northern Ala jam a and South " Carolina eadings i n - t h e 20s were com non farther n o r t h . . Wilmington. Del., with 32 de grees. Chattanooga. Tenn., wit 5 and Baltimore, Md., with 3 all had record lows for lh dale. The same was true for Bing hamlon. N.Y., with 27 and Erie Pa., with 31. More seasonable \yealher r urned to Ihe midconlinen which warmed to tha 50s an 60s during the night. Winds gusting near 30 mile er hour swept through Kansa. where temperatures were i the 60s. Thundershowers soaked parl o f ' t h e Rocky Mountains. Temperatures before daw ranged from 18 at Phillipsburp Pa., to 83 at Phoenix, Ariz. Malone Reinstated LITTLE ROCK (AP) - He ry L. McHenry, state Kmplo; meat Security Division admii istrator. said Thursday that I L. Malone Jr. will be reinstate Monday to his previous ES job. Malone was placed on su pension Aug. 22 by J. Mer Lemley, who at the time wa ESD administrator. Lemle charged Malone with i ' subordination. Lemley resigned effect!' Tuesday. Gov. Dale Bumpe has refused comment whe asked if he requested Lemley resignation. McHenry said Malone won be reinstated at his former jo as associated administrator fo unemployment insurance. APPLES FOR SALE Red Delicious, Yellow Delicious, Spigold, Ida Red, Rome Beauty. In all grades while supply laitt. ROM'S ORCHARD Old Wire Road North % Mi. beyond Cron*ov«r Road. .'Jeremiah Johnson" Co-Hit GARY GRIMES _ vwl LATE BONUS CRyaciOeNeal ^Rovers inner of limes he chirps In seconds, Ihen adding 37. (But s easier looking at a ther- ometcr.) And how's this for a palin- ome' (a phrase that spells the me way backwards as front- ards): "A man, a plan, a nal ·-- Panama." -- Spermo- »er ear Spermologer: I don't find that word in my ctionary, but whatever the ame. I qualify for your club: eless information fascinate, c. So I'll pay my dues with nolher palindrome: "Sex a oon taxes" spelled .backwarc ...what an advice columnis ight say to ah elderly play oy. --H. NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- The Jlympic Brass band, followed y hundreds of dancers writh- ig to "Hello, Dolly," paraded :irough n housing project, ^ainilies waved and danced on talconies. The procession had just come rom a funeral. Uillie Pierce, 67, was laid to rest Thursday at St. Louis Cemetery in a traditional jazz uncrnl, ona of the few held for a woman. Most of New Orleans' music community showed up, and nost claimed to have kown Billie as a pianist at Preservation Hall. But for everyone who knew her there were at least n score who didn't. "The Bible says cry when a Daby's born and rejoice when le dies, and that's just what we ear Helen: I'll bet that woman who con emned mothers for thei cruelty" to children in super arkets is the same one who ould sniff, "Why doesn't she o something about her brat? lien she sees a little trouble aker yanking cans off shelves id tearing up and down the sles. Kids go wild in stores becausL ey figure they've' got protec on -- Mama won't swat in ont of company. So sometime ou have to call their bluff. -- een Through It ear Helen: To Dale, I'm just a happy-go ludgpp etaoi .etaoins shrodai icky bed partner. He's got irl he plans lo marry, but h xpects to come over wheneve e's free and slay the night can't seem to say "No ecause I love him. What t o? -- I.L.F. lear I: Stop being happy-go-luck nd demand a showdown. Afte lat, change locks, and let Dak nd another little something o IB side. -- H. Jazz Funeral Held Thursday Io," said Ellen Tatum. a neighbor and musician. Jaw. f u n e r a l s are rooted in an African tradition and death is considered the high point of life. Those left behind are called upon lo entertain the departing spirit. The tradition blended with Christianity after it camo to Ihe New World, where j a z z p a - rades are held to celebrate the spirit's ascension into heaven. Before. Billie was "cut loose at St. Louis Cemetery, the procession wound through narrow downtown streets and the band -playing dirges, moving with measured steps. It stopped in front of the little green frame house where Billie lived with her husband, cornet layer DeDe Pierce. The band had stopped there C O U P O N FOR THE FAMILY . . Ken's Pizza Parlor 409 WEST DICKSON FOR Order Three Pizzas - Pay For Only Two! This Coupon Redeemable at KEN'S in Fayefteville m«»t · y«a* tarller for ·De'a funeral, "My heart Is gong," Billle id when DeDe died. She per- rmed only a few limes more. They met and married In the 30s when both were trying lo ralch out a musician's living the waterfront honky-tonks. Billio grew up in Pcnsacola, a. One of her first jobs, at ge 16, was as accompanist to lies singer Bessie Smith. The Pierces revived their ca- ers in the 1960s at Pre- ·rvalion Hall. They traveled stensively and cut a number records. DeDe, stricken with glauc- ma, went blind in t h e 1950s, ut he continued to play. "I think she really wanted to e when DeDe died," said era Pellebon, a neighbor. Child Killid CABOT, Ark. (AP) - .Silt* Police said Sherry. Be»v«r«, 4, or near Ward was kitted In * two-car crash at the Junction of Arkansas 38 asd 319 about two miles southeast ef hers Thuri- day. : ' . · Three olher persons were Injured in the crash and were taken to Jacksonville Memorial Hospital. Trooper Roger Vickers said the accident occurred when * car driven by Wanda Beavers, 24, of near Ward came ov«r a hill and tried to pass another car; Vickers.said the Beaver* woman lost control of her car, causing it to strika the ether automobile in the left front side. The Beavert car ' then traveled 160 feet before it struck a culvert, Vickers said. CELEBRATE OKTOBERFEST at the FARMER'S DAUGHTER Sal., Oct. 5th, with such treats as: B«er Cheese Soup, Sauerbraten, Apple Strudel, and all the beer you can drink. One Seating Only at 7:30 P.M. Reservations Pleat* (Don't forget Sunday Brunch T 1:30-2 p.m. end Week Nights 5:30.10:00 p.m.) Johnson Rd. between 71 bypass Township 521-8686 DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS ·(·I Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulso, Channel 2 (Channel I *n eablt In KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 Ch»nnn « on cibi* in KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KF5M, Fart Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KOED-TV (ETV), Tulio, Channel 11 KODE, JopCn, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 ICh.nn.l I «i cable lit My«tt*vJIMV O VNARNER CABLE of Fayetfeville 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 Radloear, Electone and Acousticon Cords, Batteries and Accessories M. WARD HEARING AID DEPT. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center Fayefteville, Ark. Phone 413-1591 TODAY ON CINDERELLA LIBERTY With JAMES CAAN and ROBERT BLAKE 8 MOVIES . $6.00 PHONE 521-7730 Beginning Nov. 1 MOVIES ON TV 1975 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound ZJ33 N. College 4U-UT5 Buy Your Carpet Direct From Th» Local People That Make It. Where You Get The Batt And Save The Most. Lawrence Carpet Mills, Inc. SPRIKGDALE, ARK. HIGHWAY «8 WEST 751-TM1 GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory emk KM. AIM "'THE BARN M4 Eatt oH Hwy, 71 nuki and shrimp, homttnM* ehnumM nlto. reliihei. and tatxlt. Family tlyl* fiih fry Friday. Bar BQ Rib. Saturday. Open 5-10 p.m. M. and Sun. 12 noen-U IUL Cloted Men. and Tm; ewiw M* ut at beautiful B«mr Lake, Friday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 6, 16 "Bullitt" (1.968) Steve McQueen, Robert Vaughn, Jacqueline Bisset. 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6 "Who's Minding The Store?" (1963) Jerry Lewis, Jill St. 'John, Agnes Moorehead 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- 'The Lady and the Monster" (1944) Erich von Stroheim, Richard Aden. 1:30 a.m. Ch. 3 "Rebus" (1968) Laurence Harvey, Ann-Margret, Pepe Calvo Saturday Night TV. . MOVIES . . FOR.. SATURDAY. . NIGHT 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 -- "Charley Varrick" (1973) Walter Matthau, Joe Don Baker, Felicia Farr 10:30 p.m. Ch. 5 -- "The California'Kid" (1974) Martin Sheen, Vic Morrow, Michelle Phillips 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6 -- "The Mark of Zorro" (1940) Tyrone Power, Linda Darnell, Basil Rathbon* 10:30 p.m. Ch. 8 -- "The Appofoosa" (1966) Marlon Brando, John Saxon, Anjanette Comer 10:30 p.m. Ch. 12 -- "Youngblood Hawke" (1964) .James Franciscus, Suzanne Pleshelte, Mary Astor 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Picture Mommy Dead" (1966) Susan Gordon, Martha Hyer, Maxwell Reed 10:45 p.m. Ch. 2 -- "Bangazi" (1955) Richard Erdman, Victory McLagfen, Richard Corrte 10:45 p.m. Ch. 3 -- "Ride the Wild Surf" (1964) Tab Hunter, Fabian, Shellp Fabares 10:45 p.m. Ch. 7 -- "The Grass Is Greener" (1960) Cary Grant, Deborah Kerr, Robert Mitchum 12:15.a.m. Ch. 7 -- "Monster on the Campus" (1958) Arthur Franz, Joanne Moore FRIDAY EVENING 5:00 Villa Alcsre ll Andy Griffith 12 News . , 2 5, a Truth or Coiuequencn 7 Andy Griffith 6 To Tell The Truth 3 Twilight Zone IS 5:30 News 2, 3, 5. 7. 6, 12 Truth or Consequences ... t 6:00 -- New» 3. 5. 6, 7. 8. 12, 16 FBI I 2 Consultation 11 * 6:30 Concentration 5 Canadian Travel ., 11 Price Is Sight 12 Treasure Hunt 3 Hee Haw 7 noun's Reroej l« 7:00 Pop! Goes the Country 2 That Good Ole Nashville Music 3 SanCord and Son 5 Planet of tho Apes 6. 18 Kodiak 8 Hollywood Squares 12 Washington Week in Preview .. II * 7:30 Chico and the Man 2, 3, 5, 7 Six Million Dollar Man S, 12 Wall Street Week II * 8:00 Masterpiece The Hit 11 nockford riles 2, 3 5, 7 Movie 6, 16 * 8:30 Texas Wheelers 8 M5.000 Pyramid 12 * 0:00 Police Woman 2, 'c Night Slalkcr 5 8.'12 Burglar Proofing .'... 11 * 9:30 Today's \oga II * 10:00 -News 2, 3, S 8. 7. 8. 12, 16 Public Morality . .. Religious Perspectives _ .. 11 * 10:30 Movie 6, 16 Kanchi Auction 8 Public Morality 11 Wide World Mystery 12 Johnny Carson ,, 2. 3. 5. 7 * /2:00 Big Eight Highlights 12 Midnight Special . a, 3, 5, 7 * 12:20 -Dawson McAllister Show ........ 0 * 1Z:SO Project * 1:0« Wide World Mystery _ I * 1:30 Movie 3 SATURDAY MORNING * 6:00 - Dniry Presents · »,· 8 * 6:30 Agriculture U.S A. I Time For Timothy ; 2 *7:00 Addams Family 2, 3 S. 7 Speed Buggy 6, 16 Yogi's Gang 8. 12 *7:39- Whcelie and the Chopper Bunch 2, J, », 1 ?coohy-Doo 6 16 Bugs Bunny 8, 12 * 8:00 Jeannie ,. 8, 14 Hong Kong Phoocy S. 12 Emergency Fluf i .... £ 3, 5. T * 8:30 Run, Joe, Run 2, 3 S, 7 Partridge Family: 2!00 A.D. .. 6, 16 The Adventures of Gilllgan .. S, 12 * 9 : 0 0 Land of the Lost 2, 3 5, 7 Valley of the Dinosaurs 6, 16 Big Blue Marble 8 Devlin 12 * 9:30 Sigmund and the Sea Monsters 2, 3, 5, 7 Shazaml --'. S, 16 Korg: 70,000 B.C 8, 12 * 10:09 Pink Panther :. «, 3. 5, 7 Harlem Globetrotter 9, 16 Super Friends 4 8, 12 * 10:30 Wrestling 5 Star Trek 2. 3 5, 7 Hudson Brotherj t, 16 * 11:0«- Jefsons 2, S. i, 7 Archie 6. 16 These are the Days ...... 8 12 * 11:30 Wrestling .... --... 5 Villa Alegre 11 Teen Hop , 12 Fat Albert ant! the Cosby Kfo» « 16 Go 2 3, 7 To Be Announced g Baseball 2, 3, 7 SATURDAY AFTERNOON * 12:00 Baseball Play-Off 3, 8. 1 Female Football Foree*.*t 8 Larry LaceweH Show 3 CBS Children'l Futirsl .... 19 * IZ-.20 College Football Pre-Game Show S, 8, 12 * 12:« - College Football- 5, 8, 12 * 1:00 CBS Sporls Spectacular .... 6 16 Electric Company 11 * 1:30- Vibratiions Encore M * 2:00 Pro Tennis 1] Wrestling 6 Movie 16 * 3:00 Baseball Play-Off 2, 3. 1 Big Eight Football Highlight* .. 6 * 3:30 Wilburn Brothers « * 4:00 Star Trek 2 Buck Owens ft Big Blue Marble 16 Baseball Playoff _.. i Wide World ef Sporli , 11 * 4:30 That Good Ole Nashville Music .. C Untamed World 16 * 5:00 Porter Wagoner 6 Proud Country 1 *5:30 News · 6, t. 12 Reasoner Report ,...-- 12 SATURDAY EVENING * 6:00 News 2. 3. S, 12 Accion Chicano 11 Lawrence Welk 8 UFO 16 Hee H»w « * 6:30 Beat of Life -.. 12 Mcle Hawaii II Dialogue '74 5 Kodlak 12 That Good Ole Nashville Mujtc .. 7 Police Surgeon ,,v....v... · * 7:00 - v......... i New Land ..... '..,' ' n i t Emergency ... '*·»''» t S All in Ihe Family ..'.'.'.'.'..'' f'l* livening at Symphony .......... n Frienik and Lovers ........ « 1» Pcople's Business Movie ....... Kling Fu ..... ....:. Mary Tyler Moor« * 8:30 Bob Newhirl * 9:00 - · "a" k ' V'l2 .'.'.'" J ]| * 10:00 News : . , . Video Vislon yf 1015 -- · Jt ' 5 ' 2, 3 Movie ·A- 12:00 -- · Social Security ..._.. . ...... * 12:15- Mov ie , . , , . . , , ............ . * 12:30 Soul Train .................. :... Don Kirshner'e Rock Concert ,. * 12:35 Wrestling ..... .......... _.,,· ...... * 12:45 Classic Cliff Hingera ......... ... * 1:00 - New» ............................

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