Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 16, 1974 · Page 27
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 27

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 16, 1974
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30 lUNortbweit Arkansa. TIMES, Wed., Oc». 16, 1974 DENNIS THE MENACE FAYKTTIVILLK, ARKANSAS By Ketcham NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS IN THE TIMES NOW SHOWING Opeert 6:55 · 'S'ake" 7:15 . THAT STUFF 'sMEliip GOOD UMTIL # -ST FIRE TO IT/ Reagan Sees 'New Majorily specifically that he would be SACRAMENTO, .Calif. (AP) potential third-parly candidate -- Gov. Ronald Reagan says if The obligation that the Republican party fails to right now is the one that I hav carry out the mandate of the 1972 election of former Pfesi- PH. 731-8724 CONTINUOUS FROM BARK L a "new majority" mind the people of this counln of what they voted for in 195 sponsor a third party candidate for the presidency in 1976. Now what it takes to en At a news conference Tues- dav. Reagan declined to say pealing to the Republican part to accept that as an obligatio and try to carry, out that mai date." ' He said he did not know if new parly could successful! emerge at this point in U.S. hi tory. "Right at the moment, I' trying to revive interest in n party as being the best vehic to what has to be done," said. Reagan, who leaves offii here Jan. 6, . still 1 ' figures speculation : for, the 1976 R NOW SHOWING CALIFORNIA SPLIT" (R) "MY NAME IS NOBODY nation, although he says he h no current plans! to seek it. 11 HARROW HOUSE" (PG) NAARNER GABLE "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" (R) SHE FOUND OUT HOW THEY UvEBOOWTOBflCCOROnQ! SCUM ** EARTH HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL 'sychiatrist Not nough For Some WIN Campaign Doomed To Be A Failure, Scientist Says eai- Helen: I have an out-of-town frie.nd l:om I love, but who Is having ·oblems with liev husband, very time they have a fight, ie hops on a plane and comes see us. Then she takes the hole visit telling me her prob- ms. I know it's a catharsis for n', but it's a terrible drain i me, and I don't have the me. She goes to a psychiatrist, ut I guess he isn't enough. How can I get her off my ack without hurting her feel ngs? -- LISTENER . , ear Listener: Stop listening!! I mean: overwhelm this roman with talk about your fe, what youf friends are oing, your upcoming projects our children -- · almost any- ling, just so it's safe anc omcwhat dull. She'll soon be vinging back to her psychiat ist. You'll see. -- H. Dear Helen: What do you do with a hus land who refuses to take time or shopping? He has one navy liue suit that you can :almos ;ee your face in, it's so shiny. This.isn't a matter of money We can afford clothes. He's no ight, but he's got a thing abou rying on and getting fitted md, since he's very hard t :it. I don't- have any luc jriirging suits home. He keeps saying,. "I don 1 need anything." He's the mos ujiclothes-conscious man I'v ever known. Suggestions? -- M.Z.G. Dear M.: If the old blue number fit well, why not hijack it (whe your husband is not inside take it to a good men's store and ask the clerk to find sui' with similar measurements Pick the one you prefer, an fetch it home with a flourish. A man who hates trying o clothes · will be easy to pleas --especially if you choose tl right time for the try-on -when lie isn't tired, busy, ( upset, and preferably when lie already. undressed -- and tf b'lrii'.hqw great he looks in th special'selection. -- H. 3ear Helen: My 22-year-old son still fuses to pick up his clothes make up his bed, or clean p the disarray he leaves 'oujid the house. If I hassle in, he says he'll get his own partment. I think this would e financially hard on him right ow, when he's 'just starling his ireer. Besides, t h i n k ; of how s apartment would look! Is there any way I can get m to neat en up? -- Mrs. T. ear Mrs. T.: Cut out the maid service! And ext time your son threatens 3 'get his own apartment, hand im the classified rental see- on. He's ready for a bit of financial hardship." You might also remind him lat he should accord his arents' the same consideration e'd give friends if he were isiting them. -- H. Jear Helen: What does· an author say .to riends and distant relatives vho think he should give them 11 free books? -- Writer Dear Writer: Let them know an author NEW YORK (AP) -- The Don't Bo Fuclish" campaign ran out of energy, and some experts are saying the administration's latest drive for voluntary public action--WIN--will probably end up a loser. The WIN or "Whip Inflation Now" campaign, kicked off last week in President Ford's economic message, comes exactly a year after -the oil embargo ed to an emergency appeal for voluntary oil conservation --an appeal many experts say has been disuppointly ineffective. "It won't work," Dr. James Murray, a social scientist for the National Opinion Research Corp. says of the upcoming WIN campaign. Murray, who surveyed citi/.on attitudes to conservation pleas this past year for the Federa Energy Administration, says: "It's a big, government rip-off The 'Don't Be Fuellsh' cam paign has had no influence am combining it with inflation won't have any effect either." "Most people tend to react 01 how something effects them personally, not on objective in formation from an ad," say David Freeman, former Whiti House energy adviser who alsi did studies ton the government' conservation program. USEFUL lues not get an unlimited upply of free books,' and add, 'If you can't find it at the book store, I'll give you the name and address of my publisher -- who bills me for any book ' order, after copies." -- H. my 10- free Bradley Cited NEW YORK (AP) -- Retired Jen. Omar N. Bradley, the last of the nation's five-star commanders, was cited as one of the greatest living Americans during a luncheon kicking off a year-long veterans' opportunity program. Bradley, 81, was praised Tuesday by New York Mayor Abraham D. Beanie. Bradley said many veterans, particularly those who served in Vietnam, did not know which benefits they are entitled to and urged government agencies to give tion. veterans more informa- "This type of public relation campaign is useful only if it' accompanied by real news an hard government action," say Freeman, until recently direc tor of the Ford Foundatio Energy" Policy Project and no 1 a U.S. Senate consultant. The "Don't Be Fuelish" cam pajan and the new WIN cam paign, which will include a energy-saving plea, are coorc nated at the government's r quest by the Advertising Cou cil, the goodwill arm of the ai yertising industry. The coimc organizes about 25 of these pu lie service ad campaigns eac year. The production of the ads paid for by a volunteer agenc enlisted by the Advertisin Council. The ads are di tributed by the council free charge, and time and space f the ads are donated by telev sion and radio stations, newsp pers and magazines. The ad also run for free in buses an subways. The Federal Energy Admin tration approached the coun ,lng the oil embargo in Octor with an urgent request for campaign on fuel con- rvation. BIG RESPONSE "Last year's 'Don't Bs Fuel- h' campaign got one of he t'gest responses from the edia we've ever seen, says uncil vice president Dean ritchcn. Fritchcn says both Ad Court- I staff and volunteer agency unningham Walsh worked eekends and during the- :ianksgiving holiday to get the icssage out on an accelerated The first 'Don't Be Fuelish'- d was shown during the wlde- -watched Super Bowl Gama an. 13. During the next six lonlhs, media of all sorts dp- ated a total of about $25 mil- on worth of time and space to lowing the message, the PEA ays. By early summer, 'Don't b« 'ue'lish' began losing the pppii- arity contest with other issues or public attention, and th« ampaign was begging for an ccasional spot on the air or In rint. Why did it f a i l ? For one thing, the govern- fient never put any money Into le campaign itself, ad sources vho asked not to be named ay. Without any dollar com-'- milment, public service cam- iaigns must rely completely on lublishers. station managers md producers for its support hey say. At The Palladium LONDON ' (AP) -- Perry Como, Josephine Baker and a dance troupe from Harlem :iead the lineup of 10 international acts for the royal variety performance at the London Palladium on Nov. 18. Impresario Sir Bernard Delfont, who has staged the charily show since 1958, announced Tuesday the acts that will play, before Queen Mother.Elizabeth.- The Dance Theater of Harlem, which won rave reviews during its stay in London last summer, will perform. "Forces of Rhythm" -- a work com. billing classical ballet with eth-' nic rhythms. DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 (Chinn*! »n ublt In F«y«tttvlllt) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fprt Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, PiMsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Chanrtl 4 on ublt In FayiH*vffl*) KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, JopHn, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 (Channel · on cable In fiytttivlll*) of Fayetteville '. ^ 103 W. Mountain St. -^ Phone 521-7730 Complete Home Entertainment Cable Service All Area Television and . . . FM Radio Time · Weather - Special Events .tie! TODAY ON BONANZAGPJIM HEARING AIDS SALES SERVICE Radioear, Electone and Acouslicon Cords, Batteries and Accessories M. WARD HEARING AID DEPT. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center Fayetteville, Ark. Phone 443-4591 "ONE OF THE BEST ·' CRIME SYNDICATE FILMS SINCE THE GODFATHER:" lK«LWAU.ISp,.*Kll.n THE DON IS DEAD ANTHONYQU1NN m 1975 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 1.133 N. College 441-857! 8 MOVIES. , $6.uu Phone 521-7730 Beginning.November 1 MOVIES ON TV Buy Your Carpet Direct From The Local People That Make It. Where You Get The Best And Save The Most. Lawrence Carpet Mills, Inc. SPRIKGDALE, ARK. HIGHWAY 68 WEST 751-7951 GET OUT QF TOWN Drive out to Hickory Creek Ktc. An* and dine at THE BARN 264 East off Hwy, 71 Steaks and shrimp, homemade clnnamM rolls, relishes, and salads. Family style fish fry Friday. Bar BQ Ribs Saturday. Open 5-10 p.m. tat and Sun, 12 noorMO pjn. Closed Mon, and TUo: Came we us at beautiful Beaver Lafc* NOW THE BONANZA STEAK LUNCH SI.19 HOT OFF THE WIRE, HOT OFF THE GRILL, BONANZA NOW HAS GREAT LUNCH SPECIAL, STOP, DELICIOUS LUNCHEON STEAK, OR GROUND STEAK, CRISP TOSSED SALAD WITH CHOICE OF DRESSINGS AND TEXAS TOAST, THE PRICE, $1,19, STOP, YOU PROBABLY.SPEND THAT MUCH BRINGING LUNCH FROM HOME, STOP, ALSO FREE REFILLSJ3N ALL BEVERAGES EXCEPT MILK, YOU JUST CAN'T BEAT BONANZA, ~~ " Hwy 71 North 521-3565 Carry-Out Available 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 Coder" (1972) Robert Conrad, Shelly Winters Thursday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 6 -- "Diamond Head" (1962) Charlton Heston, Yvette Mimieaux, George Chakris 8:00 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Sunshine" (1973) Christina Raines, "Cliff DeYoung, Brenda Vaccqro 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Land Raiders" (1969) Telly'Savallis, George Maharis WEDNESDAY EVENING , ·k 5:00 -- ·fews 2, 5, R Andy Griffith 12 Sasame Street II Twilight Zone 18 Andy Griffith 6 Truth or Consequences 7 To Tell The Truth 3 * 5:30 Electric Company 11 vfewe 2, 3. 5 6, 7. 12, 16 Truth or Consequences 8 * 6:00- tfows 3, S, 6, 7, 8, 12, 18 PBI 2 Inside Oklahoma Education -- 11 6:30 The Newsmakers --. 11 Hollywood Squares 3 Concentration S Wild, Wild World of Animals .. 7 Last of the Wild 12 Hognn's Heroes 16 *7:00- B.isoball World of Joe Garagiola 2, 3, 5, 1 Sons and Daughters 6, IE That's My Mama 8. 12 Men Who Made the Movies -- 11 World Series * 7:30 Movie * 8:00 Cannon Great Performance! * 3:00 - Rcasoner Report ,. Manhunter Festival Films ., * 0:30 Today's Yoga * 10:M Book Beat News 2, 3, S, 6, * 10:30 -Perry Mason Wide World Special . 3, 5. 7 8, 12 li 16 H . », 12 .. 6, II .... 11 7, 8. 1 12, 16 ABC Caplioned News It Movie 6. 16 ohnny Carson 2. 3 5. 7 * 11:30 -Wide World Special 8 * 12:00 -Project 6 Tomorrow 2, 3, 5, 7 * 1:00 Today's World 2 THURSDAY MOKNING- *6:303 MS Fo rum ., S Farm/Hanch Report 5 '. 6:35 inspiration J 6:40-News ·*· 6:50 Light of Life 6 Today In Agriculture 7 ;. 6:55 Harvest Time Tabernacle S Project Moment* of Meditation *7:00- Tlmmy and Lassie 1 CBS News 6, 16 Country Music Tims Today 2, 3, I, * 7:30 Uncle Waldo ..: 12 * »:·»- · MLstcr Rogers 1' Captain Kangaroo 6, 16 Sesame Street l: Cartoon Circus ft * 8:3» Vibrations Encore 1 Oklahoma: Thursday I * 9:00 Sesame Street 1 Name That Tune 2, 5, ' Sesame Street · 9 A.M 6 Joker'* Wild . It's Your Bet . Movie * 9:36 - lambit 6. 18 Winning Sireak 2, 5. 7 Concentration 12 10:00 n. Service Teaching Programs 11 Now You See It 6. 16 High Hollers ....: 2, 3. 5, 7 All My Children 12 * 10:35 - 3rady Gunch , S, 12 Ixwe o£ Life 6. 16 Hollywc-od Squares 2, 3, 5. 7 if 10:55 -Coffee Break CBS News 11:00 -Jackpot Villa Alegre _ Password" Mike Douglaj ......... Young and Restless .. * 11:30 Mister Rogers Celebrity Sweepstakes Search for Tomorrow . Split Second * 11:55 News .. t . 16 5, 7 11 8. 12 2 e. is 11 3 5, 1 ... 6, If ._ 8. 12 .. 3. 5. THURSDAY AFTERNOON-., 12:00 Jn Service Teaching Programs 11 News 2, 6, 7, 12 H Phil Donahue ', Table Talk ' All My Children * 12:15 IE Minutes with Carol 10 * 1Z:3» - .leopardy 2, : Insight a ABC Afternoon Playbreak .. 8, 12 As The World Turn« «, M * 12:35 Melody Matinee ' * 1:00 -Guiding Light 6. 1 Days Of Our Llvei ·!,.,, 2, 3. 5, ' * 1:30 -- Doctort 2, 3. 5, ' Edge o£ Night C, 16 2:00 Price Is Right «, 16 Another World 2. 3, i, 7 General Hospital 8. 12 * 2:30 - Slectric Company 11 Match Game 6 16 How To Survive Marriage 2. 3, 5. 7 One Life To Live 8 12 * 3:00 (10,000 Pyramid 8. 12 Today's Yoga II Tattletales 6. 16 Somerset 2 3, 5. 7 3:30 Mister Rogers 11 Merv G r i f f i n 2 Corner Pyle USMC 12 Jeopardy 5, "i Joker's Wild 6 Name That Tune Uncle Zeb 8 Dick Van Dyke 16 * 4:00 High Chaparral GlillKan's Islnnrl 12 Winning Streak 3 11 1« Sesame Street Fugitive 1 Dream ot Jemnle Corner Pyle USMC 8 Bonanza 6 *4:30 Partridge Family Lucy Show Beverly Hillbillies Beat the Clock iWrtiSDAI EVENING-* 5:01 - « ,, News 2, 5, 8 Andy G r i f f i t h 1 Villa Alegro -r 1 Twllirtt zone li To Tell The Truth i Andy G r i f f i t h Truth of Consequence! * 5: " ~ Electric Company .............. li News 2, 3 S. S, 7, 12, 1 Truth or Consequences _ Cooking School ., 11 FBI 3 News 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 18 ^oncentr.ilion | 'ollqe Surgeon 7 Buck Owens jg Slogan's Heroes ifl Newsmakers 11 Slim Wilson ;... 3 Baseball World of Jos Garagiola 2, 3 5, 7 The Walfons 6, Ifl Odd Couple g. 13 The Way It Wa» · n World Series 2, 3, 5. 7 * 7:30 R elisions America , u. Paper Moon 8, 12 '. 8:00 International Performance H Movie , 6. 16 StreeLs of San Francisco .... 8, 12 Harry O Indians for Indians .., *9:30 Today's Yoga H * 10:00 Candid Campus 11 News 2, 3. 5, 8. 7, 8, 12. 18 * 10:30 ·- Movie 6, 16 Barry Switzer: Football ..;- 8 Johnny Carson ..' 2, 3, 5, 7 ABC Caplioned News 11 Wide World Special 19 * 11:00- Perry Mason 9 * 12:00 -Wide World Special 8 Tomorrow 2, 3, 5, 7 * 12:39- Porjcct « * 1:00 Ask An Attorney -- 2

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