Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 17, 1976 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 17, 1976
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8 · Norlhwost Arkonsns TIMES, Saturday, April 17, 1974 FAVtlThVILl-E. ARKANSAS Allen Named LITTLE HOCK (AL'J - Gov. .David Pryor announced FrWny ttic resignation of Don Allen as bend ot Stale Building Services. Allen. 45. will leave May 1 lu NEED HELP? For confidcntta' Information or assistance on: V.D., pregnancy, drugs, parents, school, vocation, runaways, «tc. Call YOUTH HOT LINE 442-2662 Sun. t h r u Thurs., 741 p.m. Ftl. and Sat., 7-12 p.m. become executive vice president of the Arkansas Poultry Federation. Pryor said he would wait until Alton leaves to name a successor. Before heading the building agency. A" ct was director ol the now-defunct Public Building Authority, and was director ol (he Commerce Department, Pryor also said his appointment's aide. Rie Osborne. is resigning in about two weeks to go into private law practice in FaycltcvUlc. and will be placitl by Ann Pride, a member of the governor's s t a f f . SMART SHOPPERS WATCH TIMES ADS 7 DAYS A WEEK! DARK 649 West Dickson - Shows Saturday 7:00, 9:30 and 12:00 Shows Sunday 7:00 and 9:30 HaskeiI Denies Accusation Of Resignation D K N V K R (Al 3 ) -- lone Has ^e!| says she saw nothing un- iisual about IHT t\vo da" mod- Unit Iri" lo Crest*"*' '*iUc Colo. It was fun. she recalls, But about 10 days later, her ather. Sen. Floyd Haskcll, D- Colo., aimoimmi t h a t - h i s Senile subcommittee would in- 'cstigalo allegations that the csort's majority stockholder, ormcr Army Secretary How* ·mt "Ho" Cnllaway, had usec olilical influence while at the "^entagon lo get the U.S. Forest ierviec! to anprovc a major expansion of the resort on public and. Callaway denied the accnsa ion but resigned as Presirien lord's campaign director be cause ol the inquiry. Miss Haskell, 25, said slu. .old her father about the job -- Amendment Planned tlOT SPLUN'GS, Ai-k. (AP) -- Membci's of the state Medical Society will attempt to firm tiji ihms lo campaign [or (he passage of Ihc medical malprac- icc amendment ' when the society's annual convent Eon opens April 25. The society's executive committee has endorsed the amonct- nu'iu, which was passed by tlie legislature in January. 'Die measure, which will be on the November general election ballot, gives the Icgislalnrc the power to place R limit on t h e amount sought in malpractice lawsuits. The society's public relations committee has vetoed a proposal that the society employ an advertising firm to push foi passage of the measure. The final session of the con vention will b e ' A p r i l 28. after lie hud announced the in qniry -- and he found the situ fltion "sort of amusing" and "a really ironic coincidence." Aduft Actfon- firsf Run Back Stage Heat 2 SHOWS NITELY . FROM DARK 3 Showings FrI.S-Sal. ; r , PH. 75I-J724 UnliYonlr DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without nntice KTEW, Tulso, Ch. 2 KTUL, Tulsa, Ch. 8 (Channel 4 CD Cable la Fij-dl / Sprin9ticld ' Ch 3 KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Ch. 11 KOTV, Tulsa, Ch. 6 ,,,,,,,, . ,. _. ,« KODE, Joplin, Ch. 12 KFSM ' Fort Smifh ' c h. 5 - . ,, _ . ' _. . ' . , KUHI, Joplin, Ch. 16 K O A M , rltrSDUrg, Ch. 7 (Ouio'l 9 ra eibl» 111 ra,(«rtllll Musical Benefit Show At Benlonville UENTONV1ULI3 -- "Sntnmer- ckt" n musical quartet will resent, a benefit show \\\ the Jcntonvilte Fairgrounds pavil- on ill 7 p.m. April 23. A percent ugc o[ the proce roin tlic four-hour 'show will ic ctpnatcd to .the Busier Seal 'L'ogram. The program is being iclci -under the uuspices of the tctiloiiville Jayceea and S. Pal- icr i.s clftiirmmi. SmntuerficLtl is composed o! iiry Jonings, Jimmy (Angel; lobinson. Rosalie Long am Mike Kvans.! The four conic coin a variety of background: mil provide a wide range o lopular soutid from the 50s tc lie present. Ilosalic and Uvan ire the chief vocalists ant iobin-soa studied percussion a he University of Arkansas am he Army Navy School = o Music. Tickets " f o r the inicon show may be obtained Eron Jaycce members and will bi available \\l the. door. Two Killed DOVER, Ark. (AP) - Josepi Eblovi Jr., 18, of Dover an Judy Crow, 20, of Dardaaiell were killed Friday in a one-en accident on Arkansas 7, Stat Police said. Investigators said 'the ace itent happened about four mile south of Dover in Pope County State Police said Ebtovi's ca was going at a high rate o speed, left the highway an crashed Into a concrete bridge Luncheon Cancelled Tlic pot liifk hinclicon .ind eclinj; ot Veterans o! World ar 1 will not he held bill bers ol Uarracks 1780 were liedulcd to meet at 10:30 a.m. Mlay at Hie Community Adult enter, 1 N. School St. in Fay- tevillc. Tlic organization's an\iliar ill meet nl 2 p.m. April 2 llic borne of Mrs. Dawn Mor n. '141 Sntton St. NOW SHOWING Show Starts 7:15 '··for* lh« W»t »v«r · ·w th* Am«rlo«n Cowboy . . . WlntBh*wk h*d baconi» m. Blcckfaot THE MAN WHO LOVED CAT DANCING BLRT REYNOLDS 'SAfiAH MILES CHIEU HANH's ORIENTAL FOODS 19M W. Wuhml, llogcrs (across from Bonanza un lliway 71) A complete line of Imported oriental foods, Fresh and dried seafoods and Chinese vegetables. EVERYBODY WELCOME! Open Daily from 9 AM to 7 PM Eiara^'BJS/SM^'BJgMSjaraiBisiBjp^ii^i Fayetteville Speedway SEASON OPENER .'Sunday, April'ISihr 2p.m. -- turn off Hiway 71 near-airport, 1 mi. east on Willoughby Road -- Adults $2.50 § Children i 6-12 $1.00 § Under 6 Free i [aBejBiBfflBiaBiaiaiBjgjsSJi O WVRNER CABLE of FayettevUJ. 103 W. Jlountain SI. - Phone 521-773C- Complete Home Entflrtainmant Cerate Service All Area Television n.ld . . . FM Radio Time - Weather · Special fcvenh M t i ! ! alhias Discount ^}'M courthouse) ,«j| Western m n^i raj i «-ott ^ ^ N\ B A K[ i O^^^ in Stores pplnj Cea Booti Bj Bool s Bj: \ E ft K H'eili en Inc. outb cl built) Wear H E A R I N G AIDS SALES SERVICE i v al!aaal] Vnown branrts, _ IntlnflJni makr to nitr pmoaa! hiarint aid*, titteriti 4 aeew- WARDS HEARING AID DEPT. EVELYN HILLS CARPETS C L E A N E D in your home or place ol business by Von Schradcr dry-foam method. No fuss · No muss No odor Call today for free estimate. TRIPLE A CARPET CLEANERS 521-735 MOVIES ON TV Saturday Night 8:00 p.m.'-- Ch. 2,3,5,7 "The Greatest Story Ever Told" (Parl 2 - 19i5) Max Von Sydow, Telly Savalas 9:00 p.m. -- Ch. 11 "Caesar and Cleopatra" (English: 1945) Vivien Leigh, Claude Rains, Stewart Granger 10:30 p.m. - Ch. 6 "The Agony and the Ecstasy" (1965) Rex Harrison, Charltan Heslon 10:30 p.m. -- Ch. 8 "Stalag 17" (1953) Otto Preminger, Harvey Lembeck 10:30 p.m. -- Ch. 10 "Slay Ride" (1972) Glenn Ford, Tony Bill 1 0:30 p.m. -- Ch. 1 2 "Funny Face" (1957) Fred Astaire, Ajdrey Hepburn 10:30 p.m. -- Ch. 16 "The Beast in the Cellar" (English; 1971) Beryl Reid, Flora Robson 10:40 p.m. --Ch. 2 "In Enemy Country" (1968) Tony f ranclosa, Anianette Comer 12:10a.m.--Ch. 3 "Red Mountain" (1951) Alan Ladd, tizabelh Scotl 12:10 a.m. -- Ch. 7 "Pillow of Death" (1945) BW ton Chaney, Brenda Joyce Sunday Night 10:30 p.m. --Ch. 2 "The Reluctant Heroes" (1971) Ken Berry, Cameron Mitchell 10:30 p.m. -- Ch. 3 "The Black Orchid" 0959) So'phlo Loren, Anlhony Quinn 10:30 p.m. --Ch. 6 "three Ring Circus" (1954) Dean Martin, Jerry tewis . 10:30 p.m. -- Ch. 16 "If I Had A Million" (1972) Gary Cooper, George Rafl, Charles Laughlon WED. THRU TUES STARTS.7:20 PM, Easter Dinner Swiss Stedk Whipped potatoes, vegetable, salad bar. Baked Chicken On Rice Pilaf PLUS RACE WITH THE BEVEL BONUS FRI. SAT. "COUNTESS DRAGULA" Served with vegetable and salad bar, Golden Glaze Baked Ham Served with candied yams, vegetable and salad bar. All of the above served with our famous home - baked bread and the dessert of the day. FROM 11 AM to 8 PM ONLY! From the devious mind of Alfred Hitchcock, a diabolically entertaining motion picture. Sat. Sun. 7:00 9:25 Sun. Mor. 2:00 pm Mon.-Thurs. 7:30 ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S BLACK- BRUCE DEftN BARBARA HARRIS'WILLIAM DEVANE SATURDAY EVENING -· 6:00 -- , 7. m 3. 5. 12 Oklahoma Fonim Space: 1 firinf Lin« Laivrf nee Welfc 6:3C Treasure nur,[ .................. , That Good Old NashvDfc Murfc See Ir Again! MALCOTWIN2 II N» IT FLMLM The story of a woman's outrage and a woman's revenge HAPPY HOUR Sat Sun. 7:00 9:00 Sun, Mat. 2:00 pm Mon.-Thurs. 7:30 3 p.m. -7 p.m. Mon.-Spt. lnc afmospbere ol our N t w Bach Krsrm, ttaiuiinf iajn No One Under 17 It is really some show to see! The Working Class Hero 21 N. Illock 1-9 -Mon.-Sal. Mroojcing MARGAUX HEMNGWT _. i Slacrtu CHRIS SAJUMXM PtfflTKHK and AHNtBANCHOfTi^ C»rM HiunMI '. "· I* ABC N'ew^ d^ieup S. 12 10:00 N w s 2. 3, 5, 6, 7, 3. 10. 12. If] ·A 10:30 - 10. 12. K Don't J.ose business because of an unanswered plirjne When U rings-\Vc answer! Sat. Sun. 7:00 9:40 Sun. Mar. 2:00 pm Mon.-Thurs. 7:30 FAYETTEVILLE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE, INC. 442-9827 11:20 y I'yihw.'* circu 11:15 - liamcy Mi 1E-.15 - Sat. Sun. 7:00 9:35 Sun. Mat 2:00 pm Mon.-Thurs. 7:30 521-7005 MALLTWIN 2 UACKNKHOUON r'ailli for Today ,. 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