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October 8, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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T4 Nortfiwvst Arkansas TIMH, Turn., Oet, FAVETTEVILLC, ARKANSAS Safety Questioned LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Gov. Dale Bumpers said Monday that he had serious reservations about the safety of nuclear plants. Bumpers was talking with Seiya Nishida, the deputy lo the Japanese ambassador to the United Stales who is visiting Arkansas. Bumpers told Nishida he believed if there ever was an explosion at Arkansas Power Light Co's. Nuclear 1 generating plant near Russellville it could kill everything 50 miles downwind. Later, when asked by a newsman about his statement, Bumpers said he was not singling out the Russellville area plant, only a concept. Bumpers said he never hac conveyed his reservations to APL officials. iiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiinuinuiniiiiuiiiiiiiiiinnninniiiniinuiim HELEN HELP: US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL Teens Advised To Call Boys' Bluff |lllll||l!lllilll!llllllllllll!]lllllinill«ll!lim^ Now Showing Robert m Redford -'Jeremiah Johnson" Co-Hit GARY GRIMES , , CATTOCCO. RAP: About two months ago my friend and I met a couple of 16-year-old guys; we thought were real cute and nice. 'Our parents are pretty strict so ,we sneaked out to meet mem, We went for a walk and, witli a little persuasion from t| em . ended up in the woods. That s when we found out they weren't very nice. (We don't think they're cule either--now.) Well we 'got home late, with no visible harm done, but we learned a lot about trusting old' or boys. Like: Don't!! The trouble is we can't get d of them. They keep calling and following us around, and c- can't even stand to talk to .:m. But they threaten if we en't nice to them, they'll tell r folks about "that night." guilt makes it a real real. Nhat should we do? -ELP!! ear Help: Best way to call a bluff is--on e spot. Next time one of the nior blackmailers makes a that on the phone, tell him Hold on a minute--I'll let you Ik to my dad." T h e n yell, he can hear you, "Hey, Dad guy named, (so and so) wants Open 7 P.M. sun. M^. 2 P.M. Fet. 7:45 Fet. 7:45 Sun. Mai. 2 P.M. WILLIAM HOLDEN KAY LENZ -iRIIZY ticc Ue Return of The Dragon his last peiFonnance is his besl lECHHICOtOR' i Sun. Mai. 2 P.M. I Open 7 Cowboy 7:25--Prof. 9:20 Sat. Sun. Mat. 2 P.M. THE, rj | Pi Walt Disney's flbseiit-nini Jed protest' tell you something." Mention c name clearly. Ten to one he'll hang up. in hich case, let him know nex _y that your father is after s hide. That should discourage ith of them!--HELEN ELP: Now look: how. could these st-flyers possibly tell your _lks about "that night" withgu etting themselves in trouble' Ider 'guys who talk girls intr leaking out aren't exacth ouujar with parents! Call thei: uffL.Just before you tel lem to buzz off.--SUE .S. What if he stays on th ne? Before your Dad reaches he phone, tell him. "This nut's een bothering me, and could ou blast him off fast?" Strict athers are pretty good at that. DEAR HELEN AND SUE: You've had- a lot of letters ibout adoptions, but here's how t really feels: Being adopted is wondering E you're noble or peasant. It's a question of what does your "Mom" look like. It's thinking, "Where would be now if.." It's wanting to cry when your jiology teacher asks, "Wha characteristics have you inhe rited?" and you can't answer It's..telling .;people why you and your sister don't look alike It's dreaming that your fathei is someone like Robert Red 'ord or Paul Newman. It's an uncontrollable urge to run and find your natural Mom. It's being afraid to hurt your adopted parents cause you feel obligated to them, It's wanting, in times of an- ;er, to tell your parents that 'they're really not" and to .eave you alone. But then you-think: If these people hadn't wanted me, where would I be no.w? So the most important thing is: Thanking God for two wonderful persons who opened their door and their hearts to someone else's child.--GRATEFUL DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketchom Pot Charges · ABERSTWYTH, Wales (AP) -- Elizabeth Taylor's 21-year- old son, Michael Wilding, has been fined about $120 for growing marijuana at his remote farmhouse retreat. Wilding and six companions were arrested in a police raid. The six others were convicted of possessing and cultivating marijuana and also were fined. TheGirlsWhoTahe The Bedside Manner\ tep Further! . f . CONTINUOUS .."V- m \\ FROM DARK \KJRS REPORT I-"" Springdale Airport Dedication Set SPRINGDALE --. Dedication ceremonies for the newly expanded Springdale- airport are set for Sunday afternoon;'.aU 4 p.m. Congressman John. Paul Hammerschmidt arid Springdale airport commission chairman Landreth Loyd will participate in the dedication at the municipal airfield. Open house at the airport is scheduled from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. that afternoon with . events slated for the public's entertainment. Federal Aviation Adminis tration o f f i c i a l s ; ' Arkansas Aeronautics .-.Commission.^/off; cials and city- 7official's wil attend. - · - ';!'·'.""'' '·:;' Music,- skydiving, landing am take-off exhibitions, and air craft displays . are planned Refreshments will be available Improvements to the airpor: ncluded the, addition, .'qf-10 "Might iust turn outto emulate the runaway success of 'BILLY JACK'. Slambang impact. Deeply involving" They Love Ernie MOSCOW (AP) -- The re sponse, at first, was mild.-Bu iy the end of-the second ac Muscovites were cheering an calling on Tennessee. Ern: ?drd and his Opryland troup 'or.more;.,- a ' * . . ' · · i- FbrS'arid' his'-band of cou and western -performers-lop'ene in the Spviet capital Monda night/after a'triumphant tour c the country's hinterlands. Said Ford after the Mosco opening, "It was a grea warm,, wonderful reception." The troupe, including singi Sandi Burnett and 21. olhe from "Opryland" in Nashvill Term., arrived in the Soviet U ion Sept. 12. They wind up th tour next Sunday. hangars, pave'd approach from the hangars-to the.taj ways, extensions of the ta ways, new lights, and · add safety equipment.. Most o f ' t i expansion was funded throui revenue bonds 'approved in cjly election. ' · ' Fendler Suggests Rules Be Set Up for Out-Of-State lawyers UTTiLE ROCK (AP) -- Osar. Fendler, a former president the Arkansas Bar Associ- tldh.'told the state Supreme ourt Monday that it should es- .atilish specific rules to govern practice of out-of-state law- ers iniArkansas courts. Fendler volunteered to serve s chairman, of any committee ppointed by the court to make jcommendations on such ules.. · jHis statements came during ral arguments in which he 'as trying to persuade the ourt to set aside:an order by iidge Warren E. Wood ot Pu aski County Circuit Court. The rder prohibited James Cox, a lemphis lawyer who special zes in medical malpractice ases, from participating in a malpractice suit in Wood's :ourt. ' : Fendler called Wood's ofde 'one . of the' most arbitrary Sweet Potatoes Yield Good Harvest It was a good year for swee potatoes, as Virgil Webb wil ell you. He recently harveste r ive potatoes weighing . 2 pounds from one hill in hi ;arden off Hwy. 71. Webb said this has been ai especially good year all arbun for sweet potatoes, 'noting' tha the rainfall has come in th right amounts at the right time Normally, he said, a farme can expect to find about 10 t 14 pounds of sweet potatoes i a hill. Webb, of Route 8, said h neighbors shared his surprise. New Mission WASHINGTON (AP) -- Ge Fred C.: Weyand has a ne mission: Continue restoratio of the Army's esprit de corps. That is what:is needed, D fense Secretary James Schlesinger said Monday as . administered the oath of offic to Weyand. as Army chief staff. Schlesinger said til Army suffered a "severe bu feting" during and after th Vietnam war. uses i'vie seen -In' my 40 years practice!'' Fendler said the rder was' "as arbitrary .pricious as could be." He said he would prefer thai ules for practice for nonresi nt lawyers be established by ial courts, but "they are no' oing it." William A. Eldredge of Little ock, an attorney arguing on jehalf of Wood in the case, saic ox was practicing law in Ar ansas : without a state license. He said Cox had been in lived in 13 Arkansas malprac Ice. cases, six of;them pendini Pulaski County .Circui ourt. Eldredge said courtes; ourt appearances allowed b udges for nonresident lawyer sually are iree cases. limited to two o RuU Challenged i LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A? awsult was filed Monday ask-; ng that the state statutes d»: criblrrg the procedures Inde-; lendent candidates must follow, o be placed : oh' Ihe ballot be; declared unconstitutional; * Jim Lend all, a student at tha University of; Arkansas-Littls Rock filed the suit In U.S. Dist trlct Court. ' '. . ; The suit said Lendall,' 27{ wants to file as an Independent candidate for the seat now held by state Rep.- Richard Mays of Little Rock. '"' ' To gain a ballot position, ari independent candidate must fila' a petition seven months before; the general election. The num-v her of signatures on the petition must equal at least 15 per cent of the number of votes cast for governor in Ihe particular polit ical subdivision in the preced- in general election. The Farmer's Daughter will cook for you. She has gourmet dinners, steak dinners, chicken dinners made her own special way, and just plain good home cooking. So why cook when the Farmer's Daughter can put as much food on your table as you could at home.(without all the trouble). Open Mon.-Fri. 5:30-10 p.m. Call 521-8686 or com* by our location at Johnson Rd. between 71 Bypass and Township. DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tubo, Channel 2 (Channel 8 m «bl» |n F«y«Uvin«) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, PlHsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulso, Channel 8 (Chmml 4 wi obit in F*y«rlvin» KOED-TV (ETV), TuJsa, Channel 11 KODE, JopCn, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 (Cfeinml · ·· «M* In Pkyrttwrin*) _ PLUS TUalkinglair c CUangYii a creamina O V\ARNER CABLE of FarettevUIe 103 W: Mountain St. -- Phone 521-7730 Complete Home Entertainment Cable Service All Area Television and . . . FM Radio, , , - \ Time - Weather - Special Event* STARTS WED. Open 7:00 "Tall" 7:20 HEARING AID* Radioear, Electone and Acousttcon Cords, Batteries and Accessories M. WARD HEARING AID DEPT. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center FayelleviUe, Ark. Phone 443-4591 TODAY ON CINDERELLA LIBERTY With JAMES CAAN and ROBERT BLAKE 8 MpVIES . . . . . . .$6.00 PHONE 521-7730 .Beginning Nov. 1 1975 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 2333 N. College 441-8S7S 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, AKK. HIGHWAY 88 WEST 751-79*1 MOVIES ON TV GET OUT OF TOWN Orlv* out to HlcKoc-y cmk me. Am »d dine M THE BARN 2C4 Eart off Hwy. 71 tt»ki «mi shrimp, homemad* cTniiMnMi B«lls. relishes, and salads. Family styl« llh fry Friday. Bar BQ Rita Saturday. Op«n 5-10 p.m. fat and Sun. 12 noon-10 pjiH. closed Man, and Tot: CHM ttt u rt beautiful fttttr Lafc*. EONMZAGPiAM THE TUESDAY NIGHT STEAK DINNER $ 1.69 HASH. BONANZA SERVING SUPER STEAK DINNER FOR A DOLLAR SIXTY NINE. STOP. RIB EYE STEAK, BAKED POTATO, TOSSED SALAD, TEXAS TOAST. FREE REFILLS ON ALL BEVERAGES EXCEPT MILK. STOP. ALSO FOR A DOLLAR FORTY NINE GROUND STEAK DINNER INCLUDING BAKED POTATO, TOSSED SALAD, TEXAS TOAST. DON'T STOP TIL YOU GET TO BONANZA TUESDAY NIGHT. Highway 71 North Phone 521-3565 Tuesday .Night- · lu:JU Pm ' *n - 0 ' 16 -- Cannon" (1974) , " ,,, - . - . . : · . .; » : . . . . , : . - ; · - ' . William 'Conrad, Vera Milej, J . D . Gannon 7-30 p.m. Ch. 2 -^"Tn«, Deep Six' -'(1958) · ; . Alan laad^-Dianrie-'Fosferj-'William' Bandix ' W«int«l« u Ki; n (,» 7:30 p.m. Ch. 3-5-7 --"Where Hay. All Ihe People . Wednesday Night Gone" (1974) Peter Graves, Verna Bloom, George ' 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -- "Locusts" (1974) , ,,, O'Hanlon Ron Howard, Ben Johnson, Karherins Helmond 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8 -- "Hit lady" (1974) 10:30 p.m. Ch. o-16 -- "Cutler" (1972) Yvetie Mimieux, Dock Rambo, Joseph Campanella Peter DeAnda . : TUESDAY EVENING-- tr 5:00 -Villa Alejjre n Andy Griffith 12 News 2, 5, 8 Truth or Consequences 5 To TeU The Truth 3 Andy Griffith. ;...,.; e Twilight Zone *. .,..-., 16 * 5:30 - . Electric Company . : 11 News 2. 3 5, «, 7, IB, 12 Truth or Consequences . ... 8 * 6:00 FBI 1 News 3 5 6, T 8, 12 Ifi Making Things Grow 11 if 6:30 -Concentration , 5 Family Affair 1 Canadian Travel 11 Treasure Hunt 12 Let's Make A Deal 3 Hogan's Heroes , 1 * 7:00 - ... , - , , Adam-12 . ... ,,*.--.· Vr.*r... 2, 3 r S,7 Good Times /. , . .* .-* ^vr/8/^B Happy Day/ .... ;. .... X, ',..·' *, 12 America ;... .v !,'..'. I] ·V ·Ji.lO Movie 1 S, 5, T. 8. 12 Mash 6, 18 Evening at Symphony . 11 * 8:00 Hawaii Five-O «, 18 * 8:30 Woman -- n ,.··,,,,. . , II * 9:00 Marcus Welby S, 8. 1Z Barnany Jones 6 16 Update U Police Story 1, 3 7 * 9:30 Today's Yoga 1! * i n - n r i _ I U , lit, N v . . . * i."'. ·· Wall Street Week I..:...-/, :J... . tl NCWS ;.. 2,»:s, ejjf/g, 12,-w * 10:30 -- , ' , ' - : ' - ' ' ····- '! Perry Masort .:.'.· '..s,..*.., 1 ABC Captloned New* ... 1 Al Onofrto I Johnny Canon ......... 2, 1. c, 7 Movie 8. 18 if 11:09 -- ' Wide World Mystery .. ,12 * 11:30- Wide World Mystery _.... 8 Torrtbrrow '.'..'". 2, 3, 5. 7 ^·(12«3{H-i ' v . v ... ·· ^. Prbje'et'-...':...../.......//... /..V. « if 1:00 Oklahoma Forum '. . , 2 WEDNESDAY MORNING-* 6:30 SMS Forum 3 Farm-Ranch Report 5 *.6:35 Inspiration 2 News 2 if 6:50 -Light of Life · Today in Agriculture 7 *.6:55 ;, Harvest; Time Tabernacle,^... f 5 Momentf of JMedUaUen ?. ,.\ 8 '* 7:08 '--t \'.'-'.'" '·"'·'"".' Timmy and I^asele 12 News- 8. 18 Today 2. 3. S 7 Country Music Tim* 8 * 7:» - Lldsville 12 it 8:85 -Mister Ro£e» 11 Captain Kangaroo 8, 11 Sesam« 8tT««t U Cartoon Circu* t *8:30-. Applied Management 11 Oklahoma: .Wednesday ( * 9:00 -- '; \\' :l '.: ! i ; / ; . I t Sesame Street .'.:'..M .l ! ..li..!ll Name That Tuni v.l.'.v.'. ! J,' Si 1 Sesame Street '..........,,....;. 3 9 A.M. .; .....'...;. 8 Movie 8 Il'» Your Bet 12 Joker'. Wild 18 if 9:30 Gambit , 16 Winning Streak :... 2 5. 7 * 10:00 In Service Teaching Programs . . 11 High Hollers 2, 3 5, 7 Now You See It 6, 16 All My Children 12 * 10:30 Hollywood Squares .... 2, 3, S, 7 Braoy 'Bunch 9. 12 Love of Life .5, 18 * 10:55 Coffee Break :... « Newi 18 * '11:88 Password 8, 12 Villa Alegre 11 Jackpot 3 5, 7 Mike Douglai 2 The Young and Restless .... 6, 18 Mister Rogers .' 11 ; Celebrity Sweepstakes 3. 5, 7 Search for Tomorrow 6. IB Spilt Second , 8. 12 if 11:55 -News 3, S, 1 WEDNESDAY AFTEBNCON- * 12:00 In Service Teaching Program* .. 11 All My Children 1 PhD Donahoe 1 News: 2, 8, T, 12, U Tabletalk 8 if 12:15 - , 16 Minutes with Carol 1« if 12:30 - ' Let's. Make A' Deal 5, 8 12 Jeopardy! 2, J As The worM Tumi ........ «\ 1* Metod'y Matlneo .' 1 * 1:00 Newlywed Gam« 8. i: Gulldln*- Lllht 8. 11 Days 01 Our Live* *.!,», 7 ·*: I: JO -Girl In My Life .......... 8, 13 Fxlge of Nlfht ..;... «. u Price is Right t, is Another World 2, 3 s ° General Hospital 8 12 * 2:30 Electric Company n How To Survive A Marriage , 2, 3 5. 7 One Life To Live . 8, 12 Match Game A 16 * 3:00 -- . . Today's Yoga ..' , 11 $10.000 Pyramid 'g 12 Tattletales 6' 16 Somerset 2, 3. 5. 7 * :):30 Jeopardy ..'.......'.....;..',.. 5 p Gomer Pyle. USMC '. 12 Misier Rogers 11 Merv Griffin 2 Uncle Zeb t Joker's Wild ................. 6 Dick Van Dyke 16 Name That Tune 3 * 4:08 -High Chaparral 5 Gllllgan's Island _ 12 Gomer Pyle, USMC , 8 Sesame Street ...: 11 Winning Streak 3 Fugitive ..., 1( I . Dream of Jeinnl*. 'i Bonanza 4 * 4:30 - ' Lucy Show ) Partridge Family 12 Beverly Hillbillies 7 Beat the Clock t ir. 5:00 - -. . ViilsJ Alegre :... 11 News . ...,....; 2, 5 I Andy Griffith .' 12 Andy Griffith I Truth or Consequence*) ' To Tell The Truth S Twilight Zon« ....'...... 1« Eectrlo CompsnT 1 News .... 2 8 I 8 T 11 Truth or Consequence. ' . ' J WEDNESDAY EVENING- ·T3I j talde bkiahoma^uc^tion 8 '.. 12 ii * o:30 -The Newsmakers . \i Hollywood Squares ... " 4 Concentration .. '. J Wild. Wild. World of'XrJmais" .' f Last of the Wild ij Hogan'5 Heroes ... ' 10 * 7:00 -- , i*im "J 10 Made l h e Moviea .... .11 Little House on the Prairie 2, 3 S, T Sons and Daughters 6 1« That's My Mama .......... 1; 1J Movie ',....,. · - · «· * 8:t)0 : ' x John Bassett* .,, Thl* Time '- ·,»» '" · · I'l jij 9.W -- . · . . Petrocelll j 3 5 j Manhunler ....-,. ' s 'ia Get Christie Love ....'.'.'.'.'.'.I g 12 FMtlval Film» ...;.....;..;·' if * 9:30 - . · Today's Yoga. it * 10;iM News 2, 3, 5, 6, 7. 8, 12. 18" Book Beat i,fc *· 10:30- Perry Mason t' Wide World Special n Movie : «. 1« Johnny Carson. . .... t, S, I 7 ABC Captloned Newi 11 if 11:39 -Wide World Special .._...;.... t * 12:00 - , , ' Project 8 Tomorrow , 2. 1. 5, 7 . · ..« if 1:00 -- . Today's World ; ; '. 2

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