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October 10, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 13

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Foster Home Groundbreaking Set SHERWOOD, A r k . ( A P ) _ GroundbroiiklnK ceremonies will bo Oct. 25 to r construction of a rosier home for retarded children hero. The project is a personal one for Jean Kirby, a N o r t h Little Rock hairdresser who is the mother of a 12-year-old retarded girl. Mrs. Kirby estimated that (he construction and equipment would cost about $CO.UOO. but might cost as much as $100 000 with landscaping,, a pool and "other tilings we'd like to add to it." Mrs. Kirby lias Required $37,100 in slate funds and two $500 gifts toward the cost. Slio also has received numerous commitments for donated labor and materials. Tlie planned single cottage is to house 12 children in a homelike atmosphere. Mrs. Kirby hopes it will be the first of several cottages on the three-acre tract. HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL She Still Needs A Lot Of Persuading Hey, Football Fans! Don't Forget Sat. and Sun. Brunch at The Farmer's Daughter On Sat--- Omelets, Roast Beef, Fruit Cup, Homemade Cinnamon Rolls, and all the trimmings! On Sunday, our usual array of fine foods for the whole family. Sat-, 10-1:00 p.m. Sun., 11:30-2:00 p.m. Reservations Please Johnson Rd. between 71 By-Pass and Township . . C a l l . . 52T-8686 Dear Helen and Sue: 1 fell in love with this girl at work, but she left for college. She said I could write to her, and I'm trying to get up the nerve. We never went out, but we Iked a lot. I gave her a dozen scs as a goodbye gift and sked her out to lunch, but she aid the girls had planned a nch for her and she was vfully sorry. The next day she told me iscs were her Dad's favorite owcr and she'd served him a rthday dinner by candlelight, ith them as a centerpiece. (I'd ad a birthday that week too.) About (he only encourage- ienl I had from, her was when IB brought cookies to work and ·ged me to have one e v e n icugh J said "No, thank you." 'm trying to lose weight.) Should 1 write? -- R. car R.: By all means -- write. But on't build up your hopes too uch. A gril who said roses ·e her father's favorite flower lot hers) and uses them to ecorate his birthday dinner ble (not yours), still needs a lot of persuading! !-- Helen and Sue STARTS ny:MKiii{};i*iBTflH OPEN 7 FRIDAY "«·"«·»«»""«» FET/ 7-20-9:15 Who will survive and what will be left of them? TEX4S GHAINSAW MASSACRE" Whathappened is true. Now the motion picture that's just as real. MALCO OPERATED THEATRES Starts Tomorrow Fet. 7:15-9:20 -^ , A M D I C E BERGMAN ..--« 7. THETEXAS GHAINSAW MASSACRE STARTS TOMORROW Open 7 F«t. 7:20-»°H Start* Tomorrow First there was'BILLY JACK Thericame'WALKINGTALL' Now there is... "Trie Absent Minded Prcftisw" Open 7 Fet. 7:30-9:15 Dear Rap: When I met Ben I lhoiif!lit ic was culc and coo!. He was very tati and had hair lo his shoulders. On the beach, he looked great. We had wonderful talks. This summer I was pretty sure I was in love with him. Then he went back home, saw liim-again last week (we'd been writing almost every day) H. and S., lie's lost his tan, his hair is short, and ho even wears his pants bo short. He jusl isn't cute any more at all. Can you be in love with a guy by letter, but not in person? -- Sorta Doubtful Dear Sorta: I'd day you were in love with a summer memory. Beach romances often fade with the tan. -- Helen S.D.: Why not keep writing (ir he does), but cool it to friendship? By next summer, maybe short hair and pants be less important than a good personality. -- Sue I :i! ii iirii 11.11: :n'ii::n ii:.ii ii ;n :in .a- in MB ii : :ii VP RESIGNATION IS YEAR OLD BALTIMORE, Md. (AP) -no year ago today Spiro T. mow resigned as vice presi- ent of the United States and eaded no contest to a charge income tax evasion. Today, he lias an office be- ind an unmarked door just off ic village green in CroFlon, Id., where his long-time secre- ary, Mary Ellen Warner, cour- eously but firmly fends off un- 'anted calls and visits. "I feel that I'm a private citi- en and I'm entitled to be left lone," Agnew told a reporter ast summer outside his office. The Maryland bar disbarred gnew as a lawyer. He limpsed occasionally as he lys about Europe and the ·liddle East on missions in- olving international business. Agnew still appears to be liv- ng in style. He sold his palatial ome at Kenwood outside Washington and bought a large ew house near Annapolis. The 40-page summary of evi- lence against Agnew unveilec i system of governmental cor uplion that federal prosecutors :aid harl pervaded Marylanc or years. Rap: You said "Ellynn" (who wrote "What Is Getting to Know Yourself?") has also written "What Is a Crush?" anr "What Is a First Love?" Is there a way I could have a copy of all three? I want them for my scrap book. -- Collector Dear Collector: Since many of you collectors iave asked for a copy of Ell ·nn's insightful columns, we've ad several thousand printed U| all three on one sheet), am ve'll send a copy lo anyon vho encloses a long (No. 10) elf-addressed, stamped enve ope with their request. If you want' extra copies fo 'our friends, enclose extr ilamps. Address your requests to us Iclen and Sue Bottcl, P.O. Bo 23057, Sacramento, Calif., 95823 -- Helen and Sue Suit Challenges Prison Program LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A awsnit was filed Wednesday in Pulaski County Chancery Cpur challenging the stale's prison education program. In that program, inmates du H'inting and duplicating work 'or some state agencies. The suit also challenges th_ egalily of certain duplicating and binding work by the state Hnance and Administration Department. The suit was filed by Rober Ira'y Sr.. a retired printer for 'arkin Printing Stationery 'o. The suit does not seek to stop he prison system from having an education program for' in- nates to learn the printing rade. It may, however, raise questions about whether the prison system itself can use the irinting materials prepared by he inmates. The suit contends that the work done by the Correction ind Finance and Adminis- ratlon departments violates a provision of the slate Constitution requiring state prinl- ng to be done by bidding. DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketcham ISTMAT SOWETrW 1 1 GOUtD SW President Dances PHILADELPHIA, Pa. (AP) -- President Ford took to the dance floor night at « crowded Republican fund-raising dinner. His partners Wednesday light were Mary Scranton, wife William W. Scranton, and Man lyn Lewis, wife of GOP guber natorial candidate Drew Lewis The President danced the po! ka with Mrs. Scranton. thci shifted to the jitterbug for hL dance floor at a c r o \v d e ( of former Pennsylvania Gov. ney jband^played "Sentimental Jour The Country Girls That Keep The Home Fires Burning .. . "HOT SUMMER IN BAREFOOT COUNTY" PLUS lock Up Your Women, Money and Booz! PREACHERMAN ,, coming Morlhwesf Arkansas TIMES, Thuri., Oct. 10, 1974 AvrrrcyiLLt, ARKANSAS II Photographer Alters L1TTLK HOCK (AP) -- The arry Robinson Studios of iireycport, l.a.. has agreed to ewrilc its solicitation prcscnta- on in Arkansas so that con uniers not be led to be- ieve they have won a prize, the ale attorney general's office aid Wednesday. Ally. Gen .Jim Guy Tucker aid his office had objected to the use of a telephone ilatlon contest used by the photographic company. Tucker.al- leged that the contest, was d* ' ccptive and misleading. Under terms of the agreement, Tucker said, the company would rewrite its presen-.' tation so that "consumers', would not be led to believe they had won a prize and were,-, therefore, getting special eon--; sideraiion." The Girls Who Take The Bedside Manner OnfrStep Further! MRS REPORT migm just turn out to emulate the runaway success ol 'BILLY JACK'. Slambang impact. Deeply involving'.' THE POWERFUL AND TRUE STORY OF SHERiFF BLJFORD POSSER vmo COULDHT BE BOUGHT., COULDNT HEKI1XEO. _ PLUS UJalkingTair U4angYu a« DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 [Channel 8 «n cable In Fayetteville) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Piffsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 rchannel 1 on eatle in FayetttvtHt) KOED-TV (ETV), Tulso, Channel 11 KODE, Joplin, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 ·' (Channel I an cable In Ftytttovffl*) "' Joan Kennedy Charged With DWi FAIRFAX, Va. (AP) - Joan Cennedy, the wife of Sen. Edvard M. Kennedy, D-Mass., has been charged with driving inder the influence of alcohol after her convertible crashed nto the back of an auto stopped for a street light. Fairfax County police said the charge on conviction car- ·ics m a x i m u m penalties of a vear in jail and a $1.000 fine, ami suspension of driver's license for six months. Police said, however, that such penal- .ies are reserved for very grave cases that usually involve injuries or fleeing the ·scene of (he accident, circumstances that don't exist in Mrs. Kennedy's case. o \AARNER 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 Radioear, Eleclone aud Acousticon Cords, Batteries and Accessories M. WARD HEARING AID DEPT. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center Fayelteville, Ark. Phone 443-4591 TODAY ON CINDERELLA LIBERTY With JAMES CAAN and ROBERT BLAKE 8 MOVIES $6.00 PHONE 521-7730 Beginning Nov. 1 1975 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 3.1 N. College 44Z-S5TI MOVIES ON TV Buy Your Carpet Direct From The Local People That Make ft. Where You Get The Best And Save The Most. Lawrence Carpet Mills, Inc. SPRINGDALE, ARK. HIGHWAY 68 WEST 7S1-7W1 GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out (o Hickory Creek Hac» Ar*l and dine a* THE BARN 264 East off Hwy, 71 steaks and shrimp, ti a mem ad* cfnn rolls, relishes, and salads, Family style fish fry Friday. Bar BQ Ribs Saturday. Open 5-10 p.m. Sat. and Sun. 12 noon-19 p,m. Closed Men. and Tut. Come let us at beautiful B«aver Thursday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "The Good Guys and the Bod Guys" (1969) Robert Mitchum, George Kennedy 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Don't Make Waves" (1967) Tony Curtis, Claudia Cardinals Friday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8, 12 "True Gril' (1969) John Wayne, Kim Darby, Glen Campbell. 8:00 p.m. Ch. 6, 16 "Aloha Means Goodbye' (1974) Satly Struthers, James Franciscus, Joanna Miles. 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6 "Live a Litlle, Love a Liltle" (1968). Elvis Presley, Michele Carey. 10:30 p.m. Ch. 8 "Beau James" (1957) Bob Hope, Vera Miles, Paul Douglas. 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 "The Lodger" (1943) Laird Cregar, Merle Oberon, George Sanders. 1:30 a.m. Ch. 3 "Return of the Giant Monosfers" (1966) Kojiro Honcjo. CLEAR SKIES TO HOLD FORTH By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Clear skies were the' rule across the nation today, although scattered showers remained over tbe Rockies. Clouds also blanked the sun in parts of the Great Lakes region, New England and Washington. New England claimed tbe coldest weather, with most of the nation having temperatures overnight from the 40s to the 60s. Temperatures before dawn ranged from 25 at Houlton, Maine, lo 7B at Key West. Fla. THURSDAY EVENIHG- *· 5:00 -Andy Griffith _.. ,, 12 News z 5, 8 Sesame Street n Twilight Zone IS Truth or Consequence* 7 Anclv Griffith 6 To Tell The Truth _ 3 * 5:30- Electric Company H News 1 3, 5, 6, 7, 12. is Truth or Consequences 8 * 6:00 Zee Cookinj School It FBI - . 2 News 3, 5, 6, T, 8. 12, 15 * 6:30 Concentration S Police Surgeon * 7 Newsmakers .,,,. 11 Buck Owens 12 Hogan's Heroes 16 slim Wllion 3 NBC News Special .. 2, 3, 5. 7 Odd Couple 8, 12 The Waltons 6, 16 The Way It Wai H .' 7:30 Religious America ...._... 11 Paper Moon 8, 12 ·k 8:00 -International Performance Movie Ironside 2 Streets of San Francisco * 0:00 ~ Indians for Indiana Movin' On Harry O * 9:30 Today's Yoga * 10:00 -Woman News * 10:30 -Barry Switzerr Football ., WJ'L. Foothill: New York vs. Chicago _ Movie : 16 11 . 8. 16 3, 5. 7 .. S 12 11 .. 2. 3, 7 S, 8, 12 ...... II 11 "..."..". 2, 3,5. 6,' 7, 8, 12. 16 ABC Caplionrd News 11 Wide World Special 12 Johnny Carson .'.., 2, 3, 5, 7 * 11:00 -Perry Mason 8 * IZ:00 Wide World Special 8 Tomorrow 2 3, S, 7 * 1:00 -Ask An Attorney -- . ,, . . 2 FRIDAY MORNING-if «:»- SMS Forum , J Farm/Ranch Report 5 * 6:35 Inspiration ,,.,. 2 6:40 _ 6:50 -Light of Life Today In Agriculture .... 6:55 --· Harvest Time Tabernacle Project Moments Oi Meditation .. Timmy and Lassie 12 Country Music Time 8 CB9 New« «. 16 Today 2, 3, S. 7 Mission: Magic] 13 Mistor Rogers II Cartoon Circus Captain Kangaroo 6, 16 Sesame Street 8:30 -- Carrascolendas . · 11 Oklahoma Friday * 8 Movie 8 Sesame Street 3. 11 It's Your Bet 12 9 A.M 6 Joker's Wild 16 Name That Tune ........ 2, 5. *9:3I- Wlnnlng Streak J, 5. To Tell The Truth : Gambit . 9. 13 *!»:»« In Service Teaching Programs II Now You See It 6 16 High Rollers 2, 3 5, 7 All My Children 12 Brady Bunch 8 12 Love of Life 6, 16 Hollywood Square*'.... 2, 3, S, 1 * 10:55 -Coffee Break 6 News 16 *1I:W Village Alegre , It Jackpot S, 5, 7 Mike Douglas 2 The Young and the Restless 6. 16 Password - 8, 13 *U:30 Mister Rogers 11 Celebrity Sweepstakes 3, 5, 7 Split Second 8. 12 Search for Tomorrow «. H 11:55 -- New» 8, S. 7 FRIDAY AFTEKNOON- * 12:68 In Service Teaching Programs 11 All My Children 8 Phil Donahue 3 Tabletalfc S News 2, 6. 7. 12. 16 * 1Z:!5 - 1C Minutes with Carol 16 *!«:» Jeopardy , 2, _ Let's Make A Deal 5, 8. 12 As The World Turr« «, II if 12:35 Melody Matinee 7 Newlywed Gama Guildim; Light Dayi Of Our UV *!:» Girl In My Llf* Doctor* Edge at Night 8, 12 6. 16 . 2, *, *, 7 8 II i, i, i, ; f, -- Another World General Hospital Electric Company Match G n m e nw To Surv Marriage . ne Life To I *3:00 Today's Yoga 510,000 Pyramid Talllctalca *3:I?Mister Rogers Gomcr Pyle Merv G r i f f i n Joker's Wild Uncle Zcb Dick Van Di ._ Name That Tune Jeopardy High Chaparral Sesame Street Gilligan's Island Winning Streak Fugitive ... I Dream of Gcmcr Pylt Bonanza - . Partridge I Beat The ( Lucy Show Beverly Hillbillies Villa Alejgre News A n d y G r i f f i t h Twilight Zone . To Tell The Truth Andy Griffith Truth or Electrjc Company News v .. Consultation It d . ital . ive A Jv» d '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. i'ke rune al t and ak eannla ... USMC ... nily illiei I'.'.'.'. L Truth "'I.' h isequenceS' ' any 2;-3.-s sequences /ENING-- ... 6. 16 J, S, 5. 7 n .... fl 16 . . . . 8, 12 11 8. 12 2 3. 3. 7 11 12 fi 16 3 5 7 5 11 12 3 16 7 8 t ........ 12 3 8 7 11 ... 2 5. 8 '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. I( .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' f 11 6. 7, 12, 16 i ..'. tl FBI ^oncenlration ?rice is Right .' ! *7:OI Popl GOPS the Country That Good Ole Nashville Muaic Planet of the Apes R, 1 Kodiak Hollywood Squares 1 Washington Week In Hevitw .., 1 Movie t l Chico and the Man .. 3, 3, 3, Wall Street Week 1 * 8:00 Rockford Files 2, 3, 5 Movie i ( ; Masterpiece Theatre * S:fl8 To Be Announced _ Police Woman 2, 3, B u r g l a r Proofing , 1 * 9:30 Today's Yoga ] if 10:00 Inside Oklahoma Education .... * 10:30 -Movie fij *, Wide World In Concert Public Morality Johnny Carson 3, 3, L * 1Z:00 Big Eieht Highlights Midnight Special 2, J, i. * 12:2(1 Dawson McAllister Show _ ·^ l'J:50 -Project * * 13:30 Wide world in Concert ~ * 1:30 Movie

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