Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 15, 1974 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 15, 1974
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· Northwest Arkaniat TIMES, Tuesday, Oct. 15,1974 FAYETTIVILLC. ARKANSAS State Soybeans Crop Below '73 tillllllli«U!t[ll!llllllll!IIUII11llll[[lllllllllll!l!lllllllll!lilll!IUI^ TfiMJ WO 111311 HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The Arkansas Crop and Livestock Reporting Service said Monday that the slate soyoean crop is expected to be below the 1973 level. The agency forecast increased 1974 production of cotton, rice and sorghum grain. The soybean crop was forecast at 90.3 million bushels, a 22 per cent decline from 1973. Cool, rainy weather helped late bean varieties, but the crop needs sunny weather and a late frost. The agency estimated that the 1074 cotton production would be 1.3 million bales, 25 per cent above the 1973 level. The agency estimated that the crop would yield 471 pounds per acre, down 6 per cent from last year. Cool weather and considerable rain was detrimental to crop development, the report said. The state rice crop is fore- c a s t at 34,566,000 h u n - dredweight, 36 per cent above the 1973 level. Projected yield per acre is 4.800 huiv dredweight, up about 1 per cent from last year. Early yields were reported very good. The production of sorghum grain is forecast at 6,720,000 bushels. That is 15.000 bushels above the 1973 level. The yield is expected to be 48 bushels per acre compared with 45 bushels last year. Newman Okay LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Stale Rep. Bobby Newman, 48, of Smackover was in -satisfactory condition late Monday after being hospitalized for observation at the University of Arkansas Medical Center. A hospital spokeswoman said the cause of Newman's illness had not been determined. The legislator was in Little Rock Monday to attend a Legislative Council budget hearing. Anti-Establishment Dresser Not For Her HWY. )i KOHH vTArnrrmU + 4*1-410 The Country Girls That Keep The Home Fires Burning . . . "HOT SUMMER IN BAREFOOT COUNTY" PLUS Lock Up Your Women, Money and Booi! "PREACHERMAN" u coming Hap: I have been going out with his guy for about three months and really like him. The only hing is, he never dresses up!! He always looks like a slob, vitli the same T shirt and worn- out jeans. I've told him about t many times, and have had »ome of his friends talk to him, ut nothing helps. Even to a ormal wedding, it's the same old rags. How can I get him to dress up for a change? Slob's Girl- riend S.GF: This fellow is flaunting some- ;hing, but whether it's his hos- ility, non-conformity or lack of unds, I don't know. If "nothing helps" -- and he von't discuss his old-clothes etish -- there are only two choices: resignation, or new boyfriend. Honest now, do you like him well enough not o be ashamed of him and his slobbiness at dress-up affairs'/ -- Helen 3GF: You might try dressing down .0 his level. Perhaps when he sees you barefoot, in ragged e a n s , no makeup and messy hair -- and all ready to 50 on a date -- he'll get the message. (Then again, he may .ike you better that way in which case he's probably too anti-establishment for a girl like you.; -- Sue Dear Helen and Sue: You commented on girls who write, "I'm not for women 1 ! liberation, but I am for equa rights," saying "What a shame they don't realize they're one and the same." True, "liberation" and "equa' rights" should mean the same nored by employers and legis- tors. who "had more import- it things to do." Suffragettes, minists, liberationists have all een maligned, but without lem, well, we wouldn't have ome a long way, baby. Nor ould so many men have scovered that liberation is for veryone. So now -- let's just shorten to "personhood" and get on ith being 'equal where if ecessary, different where ounts. -- Helen ear Rap: I wanted to give a party and my folks insisted I send on" Tit ten invitations, so that they ould be checked at the door. Chat's juvenile! Don't you link? -- Senior Tear Senior: It's pretty formal for these ays, plus the door-check woult e embarrassing. If your folks STARTS TOMORROW 531*7005 "CALIFORNIA SPLIT" (R) Open 7 Fet, 7:« Sun. Mat. 2 p.m. TRI-LAKES ANTENNA Sales and Service New Used Anlennn Color · Black Whltt Boosters · Towers Free Estimates 751-79Z7 7S1-S41* 7S1-W5T Texas Chainsaw Massacre" (R) SHE FOUND OUT hOW THEY LWE BEtOW TOBfiCCO ROW! EARTH EONANZAGHAM ,t it just isn't so. Too often, e first stands for "anti-men." at's why we moderates eked up the habit of saying e're for equal rights. Every guy I know has to some libber who treated m like dirt. Besides, if our Iture had been exactly oppo- e in sex roles, which would u feel better hearing from a ale: "men's lib" or "equal [his?" ·Ve aren't liberating women, e're liberating people. Men re in as big a rut'as we-are. omen don't want to trade Is, they want everyone out them. Until we're free of labels, I'm illforE.R.! !-Linda nda: P e r h a p s t h e phrase, Women's Liberation" has out- rown its usefulness, but let's ve credit:, if it hadn't been r those ardent liberationists, In Three Car Crash NEWPORT, Ark. (AP) -- A Texas woman was killed Monday in a three-vehicle crash two miles south of here on the rain slick U.S. C7. · Trooper Fred Clark of the State Police identified the victim as Earlcne Johnston of near Alvin. Her age was unknown. The five other injured persons were Russell D. Johnston, 70, of near Alvin, Gary L. Spray. 22, Patricia Spray, 24, and Gary Spray, 5 months, all of Little Rock Air Force Base, and Stanley P. Holder, 29, of Hoxie. They were taken to Newport Hospital. Clark said the accident oc curred when Johnston lost con- rol of the cur he was driving, ausing it to skid broadside into i two-ton truck. The truck then mocked the Johnston car backyards into the path of a ' car driven by the elder Spray, qual rights iwering in would still be a dark closet, Prince Charmed CANBERRA, Australia (AP) -- Britain's Prince Charles, in i' meeting with reporters, says le was charmed by singer Frank Sinatra but not by the 'creeps" and "Mafia types' vho surround him. Prince Charles, who said he net Sinatra on two occasions lad 'no inhibitions about hit comments in the session on Sunday. Later, an aide said the D rince's remarks were not to be printed. are so paranoid about crashers maybe you should let someone Three Girls Represent FHS For. (lie first time three girls will represent, the Fayctteville High School Chapter of Future Farmers of America at the national convention. The delegates arc from I. (o r., Sheila Montgomery, Phyllis Parliam nnd Linda Christian. More than 15,000 FFA members, teachers, parents and guests are expected to attend the National FFA Convention in Kansas City, Mo., this week. (TIMESpholo by Chuck Cunningham) Nixon Improving LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) -Former President Richard M. Nixon is responding to treatment for phlebitis and is handling his recuperation well, his doctor says. ning Nixon at the former presi- lent's seaside villa in San Cle- menle on Monday. Lungrcn said he found Nixon's left leg "still swollen but wl tender. There have been no cheerful," said Dr. Lungren after exam- STARTS WEDNESDAY Opeen 6:55 · 'S'ake" 7:15 else give the party. -- Helen Barbra Streisan complications. He is responding to anttcoagulation therapy satisfactorily." The doctor also said the former chief executive was following directions to limit his activities. 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Highway 71 North Phone 521-3565 Tuesday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -- "Playmates" (1972) Alan Alda, Doug McClure, Connie Stevens, Barbara Feldon 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "See the Man Run" (1971) Robert Culp, Angle Dickinson, Eddie Albert TUESDAY EVENING- *· 5:00 -Villa Alegre n Andy Griffith 12 News 2, 5, S Trulh or Consequences ', To Tell The Trulh 3 Andy Griffith 6 Twilight Zone 18 * 5:30 Electric Company 11 News 2. 3 5, 6, 7, 16, 12 Truth or Consequences 8 * 6:00 FBI I News .._..... 3, S. 6, 7 8, 12, 16 Making Things Grow 11 * 6:30 Concentration 5 Family A/fair 7 C a n a d i a n Travel 11 Treasure Hunt 12 Let's Make A Deal 3 Hogan's Heroes la * 7:00 Good Times 6. 16 Baseball World ot Joe Garaglola 2, 3, 5, 7 Happy Days 8, 12 America 11 * 7:15 -. World Serie 2, 3 5, 7 *· 7:30 Movie 8, 12 Mash 6, 10 Evening at Symphony II * 8:00 Hawaii Kive-O 6, u * 8:30 -Woman _ _.. 11 * 9:89 Marcus Welby 8, 1! Barnaby Jones ., Update 11 if 0:30 Today's Yog« 11 if 10:00 Wall Street Week 11 News 2, 3, 5, 8, 7. I, 12. 16 * 10:30 Perry Mason 8 Wednesday Night '7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -- "All My Darling Daughters" (1972) Robert Young, Raymond Massey, Eve Arden 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "The Adventures of Nick Carter" (1972) Robert Conrad, Shelly Winters ABC Captioned Newt Al Onofrio 12 Johnny Carson 2, 3, 5, 7 Movie ....'.. 6 16 * nioo Wide-World Mystery ......... 12 if 11:30 Wide World Mystery 8 * 12:00 Project 0 Tomorrow 2, 3, S, 7 1:00 -Oklahoma Forum 2 WEDNESDAY MORNING-* 6:30 SMS Forum 3 Farm-Ranch Report *.6:35 Inspiration *.6:40 News , * 6:50 -Light of Life Today in Agriculture , *.6:55 Harvest Time Tabernacle Moments of Meditation project * 7:00 -Timmy and Lassie 12 News 6," 19 Today 2. 3, 5 Country Musio Tim* * 7:30 - Lldsvjlle * «:00 Mister Rogers II Captain Kangaroo 6. 16 Sesame Street 12 Cartoon Clrcuj ..... * 8:30 Applied Management 11 Oklahoma: Wednesday «. 8 * 9:00 Sesame Street 11 N.ime That Tune Sesame Street 2. S, 7 3 A,M. Movie It's Your Bet 9:30 High Boilers Brady Bunch Love of Life * 10:55 -Coffee Break News '* 11:00 -Password Villa Alegre Jackpot . . Mike Dou The Youn * 11:30 Mister Rogers Split Second. if 11:55- News WED if 12:00 -- News Tablet!..* 12:15 16 Minute * 12:30 Let's Mak Jeopardy! As The W _ * U:35 Melody Mf * 1:0.0 Newlywed Guildlnj; 1 Days of Oi * 1:30 11 Joker's Wild 16 Edge of Night «, Ion 6, treak 2. 5 Teaching Programs .- ;rs 2, 3 5, Sec It 6, hlldren -Squares .... 2, 3, 5, ife ;,. 6. re 3 5, elas g and Restless .... 6. f ers wecjxstafces 3,5 Tomorrow 6, nd 8. DAY AFTERNOON Teaching Program's . . 2, 6, 7, 12, e A Deal S, 8 orld Turns 6, Game 8 Light 8, ur Lives 2, 3. 5 !y Lite 8. Nleht «, 12 IG 7 11 7 1C 12 7 12 16 (I 16 12 11 7 2 16 11 7 \t 12 7 11 8 3 19 1C 12 3 16 7 12 19 ·1 12 16 ir 2:00 Price Is Hight Another World General Hospital if 2:30 Electric Company . , , , How To Survive A Marriage One Life To Live A 3:00 Today's Yoga S10.0CO Pyramid * 3:30 -Jeopardy Corner Pylc, U9MC .. Mister Rogers Merv G r i f f i n Uncle Zcb Dick Van Dyke Name That Tune * 4:00 High Chaparral Gilligan's Island Corner Pyle, USMC .. Sesame Street W i n n i n g Streak 1 Dream of Jeannle . * 4:30 - Partridge Family .... Beverly Hillbillies ... * 5:00 Villa Alegrc Andy G r i f f i t h Andy Griffith Truth or Consequence To Tel) The Truth . *S:30- 6, . 2, 3, 5, 8. ^ .. 2. 3 5. 8. 6 '.'.'.'.'.'." 8. '2.' 3. S. 5. , 1 ,,.,.,.,. 3 Electric Company , u News 2. 3.5. t, 7. 12 Truth or Consequences · WEDNESDAY EVENING-S:TO- FBI 3 News 3, 5. 8. 7, 8, 12,' 19 Inslrtc Oklahoma Education .. 11 * 6:30 The Newsmakers n llollywooil Squares '. ' 3 Concentration g Wild, Wild. World'of'Animals".'.' 7 Last of the Wild . 12 Hogan's Heroes ig 7:01)' Baseball World of Joe Garaciola ..". 2. 3. 5 7 Men Who Made the Movies ' II Sons and Daughters That's My Mama *7:15- . World Series * 7:30 -Movie 6, 18 8, 12 2 3, S, 7 ·if 8:00 -Cannon 6, 16 Great Performances 11 * 9:00 - TSeasoncr Report 8, 21 M a n h u n t e r - 6, ig Festival Films n * 9:30 Today's Yoga II * 1(1:110 -News 2. 3. 5, 6, 7, 8, 12. 1« Book Beat LI ·k 10:30 -Perry Mason ...' Wide World Special 12 Movie t. 16 Johnny Carson 2, 3, 5 7 ABC Captioned News 11 * 11:3(1 Wide World Special 8 if 12:00 -Project Tomorrow 2, 3, 5. 7 -k 1:00 -Today's World 1

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