Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 21, 1976 · Page 18
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 18

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 21, 1976
Page 18
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IS · Northwest Arkamos TIMES, Wed., April 21, 1976 KBC And ABC Talking Waiters Negotiations Continuing NEW YORK CAP) -- Will,NBC says it's continuing nego- " for iations with the "Today" show Barbara Walters leave Jira for Harry? Miss Walters isn't Trustee Plans LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Federal Bankruptcy Judge Charles Baker has. decided not to approve the reorganization plan /or the bankrupt Hurley companies of Newport. The companies had petitioned bankruptcy court at Little Rock in May 1975 for more time to pay their debts. State Sen. W. K. "Bill" Ingrain of West Memphis devised a plan that anticipated liquidating the companies to pay the creditors. The creditors included farmers who contended the companies owed Ihern more than S? million for soybeans they stored with the companies grain elevators. The judge said in his order disapproving the trustee's plan that not many of the lawyers in the case and very «w or lhe creditors have had any experience in a capital reorganization plan. Baker said the plan "ts as complicated a proceeding as the legal mind can fath star to renew her contract. And ABC says it. too, i$-negoUating with Miss Walters. ABC reportedly is offering Miss Wallers a five-year con- Lracl si 51 million a year to co-ai ichor the ' 'ABC E vemn g News" with Harry Reasoner. In addition lo becoming the !irst woman lo regularly present the evening news over a major network. Miss Walters would also become the highest paid news personality in television history if she uccepts the reported irjultimillion dollar ABC offer. Miss Walters, who began with "Today" in 1961 and now serves as co-host with former NBC news commentator Jim Harlz, wasn't available for comment on her contract talks. A spokesman for N'BC News said Tuesday that Mis Walters is nearing the end of negotiations with the network on a new contract. "It may be as little as hours or as long as days" before she decides anything, the spokesman said. "Hopefully, we'll be anonuncing that she's renewing her contract with IK." And an ABC spokesman said Tuesday night. "At this point this is all that ABC will say: negotiating with Bar- We are aara Walters.'" Early this month, Miss Walters, whose current Ibree-year contract with NBC expires in September, confirmed u report thai sh had met with ABC officials lo'discuss the possibility of co-anchoring the "ABC Eve- ing News" with Reasoner. She emphasized then, however, that 'it was just a preliminary meeting. There was no firm offer, just,''Would you be ; interested?"' Reasoner told The Associated Press Tuesday, night that if Miss Walters accepts the reported ABC "contract, "I'd be fascinated to see what happens. I don't think anybody knows what would happen." · . Asked if he would consider quitting if she were hired. Reasoner said, "Thai kind of discussion would by bet ween me and my boss. How do people put it -- I ..won't confirm or deny." . fieasoner said he had "no ide*d" what ABC has offered Miss Walters. "There's no reason why 1 should. One oT the few 'areas where I'm not neurotic is about what olhers make. 1 make enough," he said. The 53* year-old Reasoner wouldn't say exactly what his salary is, but he raid he signed a second five-year contract vith ABC-last year for more ;han J200.000 a year. Defends Free Market LITTLE ROCK CAP) -- Con gressional candidate Ed Gran or Little Rock said Tuesday that big government is the cause of many of the country's economic problems. Gran, 38. a University of Arkansas at Little Rock profc or who is running as a Democrat for 2nd District congressman, made the comments . at the opening of his campaign headquarters at Little Rock. He v.a. flanked at a news conference by ROD. Larry McDonald, D- Ga. Like Grau, McDonald is a conservative and a. member of the John Birch Society. Gran said th/! economic situ- atlon is probably the most serious problem of voters in the 2nd District. He said one of the main causes of it-is the federal government's expansion of the money supply to finance all the regulatory agencies. He said there is "a, desperate need to gel government off small and large businessmen" so a more free market economy can be allowed to exist. KTEW, Tulsa, Ch. 2 lOnBtH I on tabl* la FarrEieTtHil KTUL, Tulsa, Ch. 8 (aicnel t on Cable Lu FajefUitae) DAILY DDnr:PAM KYTV ' Springfield, Ch. 3 ROED-TV (FTV), Tulsa, Ch. 11 ri\w^r\*MTi - . _ _ _ . _. . -, , KOTV, Tulsa, Ch. 6 LISTINGS KFSM, Fort Smith, Ch. 5. Programs subject to change without notice D'**-k ru T Pittsburg, Ch. 7 K o DE , Joplm, Ch. 1* KUHI ' J °P lin ' Ch - 16 ct m *i s « e .ti* * ri re umi» O \AARNER CABLE ol FayettevffiL 103 W. Mounlalfl St. - Phone 5Z1-77M Complete Horn* Chl Servic* All Area Television twl . .': FM Rodis Tim* - Weather · Special tvenh Mathias Discount Stores Inc. MOVIES ON TV Wednesday Night 11:30 p.m. -- Ch. 8,12 "The Day lhe Earth Moved" (1974) Jackie Cooper, Cleayon Little · Thursday'Night 8:00 p.m. -- Ch. 2,3,5,7 "Judge Horton and the Scollsboro Boys" (1973) E. Horton, Lev/is J. Stoalen 10:30 p.m. -- Ch. «,lo "The Gun" (1974) Stephen Elliott, David Huffman, Pepe Serna Friday ;': 8:00 p.m. -- Ch. 6,10,16 "How Sweet It Is!" (1968) James Garner, Debbie Reynolds 8:00 p.m. -- Ch. 8,12 "Jenny" (1970) · - Mario Thomas, Alan Alda 10:30 p.m. -- Ch. 8 "We're No Angels" (1955) Humphrey Bogarl, Peter Ustinov, Aldo Ray 10:30 p.m.--Ch. 16 "Dark of lhe Sun" (1968) Rod Taylor, Jim Brbv/n, Yvelte Mimieux 1:30 a.m. -- Ch. 3 "The Lonely Man" (1957) Jack Palance, Anlhony Perkins s . Nutcracker Treats The story hegan f i v e years ago eventually became a half-do- when Miami Herald photo- _meslicaled neighborhood pet. grapher Bill Kuenzel's family '-,'She died recently leaving the took in a injured squirrel who Kuenzels with three babies and (he necessity bl ihe bottle- feeding routine. The kids are named Meenie, Miney and Fred Mrs. Kucnzel says she doesn't want any Moe. Bill took the pholo. CAP Wirephoto) Famous Among Movie Stars The Cowboy Clothier Marks Thirtieth Year LOS ANGELES CAP) When Elton John met the Queen, he picked oul a little outfit by Nudie for the occasion. Later, he sent over a photo inscribed "Hi Nudie, "recognize the suit?" Nudie, who acknowledges no other name,, is .Western-style clothier to lhe slars, the original rhinestone cowboy, now marking his 30th year in business. Probably the inosl expensive suit was for Elvis -- $10,000. Of course, David Cass idy 's embroidered leather boots with the n'eon lights must have set him back some, too. ', "The besl thing in the world is to go into your own business ;--- tailoring -- and wear your own clothes. If. you don't sell 'em, at least "you can wear 'em." said Nudie, whose tastes run - to diamond-encrusted bell buckles -- §3,000 -- gold medallions-- $5,200 -- and a - s i l v e r -- Iphabeticaliy, you might start nth the rock group America, vork your way through Bob ylan. Glen Campbell, William lolden, Lee Marvin, Steve ilcQueen and perhaps end with lohn Wayne. If you subdivided hem Into rock groups, you'd ave lo count New Riders of he Purple ' Sage, The Rolling Stones and The Grateful Dead, Of course, the Country Western list might be longer, since t would include Hunk Williams ^Senior and Junior), Tex \Vil- lams, Tom T. Hall, Roger Miler, Jimmy Dean, Porter Waggoner ^and Merle Haggard on he male vocalist- side only, with Dolly Parton, JearniiC; C d o 11 a r-studded 561.000. Cadillac -- H E A R I N G AIDS BALES * SERVICE WARDS HEARING AID DEPT. 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TIfveriy, IfillbilllcJ "" ' K 11 2 12 ,,...,,. 1 , 7 2 e 3, 13 1 Ifl TRURS DA T r.VKWNfl ., 5, 8, 1 Noilly and Tammy Wynette leading the Ii5t of female country stars. Trie cowboy clothier is from Brooklyn, and "always kind c! liked horses. Even when I was a kid, I used to f o o l . arouiit with horses arid I always want ,918, going on lo bit parts ;ile/it films and later the ward- obe business in-New York. IJe ater returned lo California tarled making Western suits in »is garage, in 1936 and "immediately got business from kno\v ng people who were in show jusiness." Although Nudie is famous For clothing movie' stars, he als deals the .man on th ' street, who he refers to a s ' a 'pedestrian." "We do suits for pedeslrians id anyone else who wants to ress like a cowboy," said ^udie. UARK Marx Bros. ·· "DUCK SOUP" 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. STARTS THURSDAY "SHOOT THE PIANO PLAYER" CHIEU HANH's ORIENTAL FOODS 1911 W. WalnuE, Rogers . 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