The Evening Independent from Massillon, Ohio on September 29, 1976 · Page 6
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Massillon, Ohio
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Wednesday, September 29, 1976
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SIX WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,1978 THE MASSILLON EVENING INDEPENDENT TELEVISION TONIGHT P.M. £00 >JO 6 00 •30 yOO /•JO 8 00 30 9» 10: us WRH. 3 CATV 3 Emergency Act 3 News Act. 3 News Act. 3 News News Squares Movie Movie Movie Movie The Quest The Quest Mew:, Tonight WFWS WJW WJAN WAMR 58 17 23 CATV 5 CATV 8 CAW 10 CATV 1 1 S<hp<Julei Vubtecl To CKong* Withoyi Notice M. Douglas M. Douglas Newi News Tell Truth High Rollers Bionic Womon Bionic Woman Boretto Baretta Angels Angels flow. Movie Msrv Griffin Merv Gfifiin News Cronkite Truth Moppets Good Times BolfFour All In Family Alice Movie Movie Movie M. Hartmnn News Dragnet Country Pop Stump Stars Jubilee Jubilee Prophecy Album Blue Knight Blue Knight PTLClub PTLClub Movie Movie Gilligon D. Lombordi News News Bonanza Bonanza Bionic Woman Bionic Woman Baretta Baretta Angels Angels Protectors 700 Club WV1Z 25 CATV 12 Sesame St. Electric Co. Electric Co Bookbeat Direct Line R MocNeil Nova Nova Theater Theater Theater Theoter Ebony News WUAB 43 CATV 2 Howdy Doody M Moijsf Bewitched A. Griffith Hogan Hogan L&H Music L&H Musk: Movie Movie Movie Movip Star Trek Star Trek Movies in local theaters TONIGHT BELDEN CINEMA I — "Silent Movie" at 7:30 and 9:30. BELDEN CINEMA II — "Infra-Man" at 7:30 and 9:30. IMPERIAL MEADOWS "Gus" at 7 and 9:45 and "Bambi" at 8:35. LINCOLN — "Logan's Run" at 7:20 and 9:23. MELLETT CINEMA I "The Omen" at 7:35 and 9:40. MELLETT Cinema II — "Si!en{ Movie" at 7:30 and 9:30. WESLIN — "The Other Sidcof (he Mountain" at 7:30 and 9:28. TELEVISION THURSDAY A V 7 00 30 8 :00 30 9:" io™ n oo JO 1 2 jo 1 °° 1 .K> 2 00 30 3 -00 •JO 4 .00 .30 WKYC 3 CATV 3 Today Today Today Today Family Affair Room 222 Sonford Whncl Squorc'j Marble Mr.h. Gony SonioiH Days of lives Dnys of 1 ives Doctors Another World Odd Couple Emergency WEWS 5 CATV 5 Porky Pig Porky Pig Exchange Exchange Exchange Exchange P. Donahue P. Donahue Hot Seat Hnppy Dcjys Mows ChiWron Ryan's Hope reud Pyramid Neighbors Hospital One Life Dinah Dinah WJW 8 WJAN 17 WAKR 23 WVIZ 25 WUAB 43 CATV 8 CATV 10 Schedules Sublet To Change Without News News Kangaroo Kangaroo Magazine Magazine Price Right Price Right Gambit Love-Life News Search Tom. Young Rest. World Turns World Turns Guiding Light All In Family M. Welby M. Welby Not Women Griffin Gourmet CATV 11 Notice America America America America 700 Club 700 Club 700 Club Manna New Day Happy Days Hot Seat Children Ryan's Hope Feud Pyramid Neighbors Gen. Hosp. One Life Edge Night Lassie CATV 12 Black History Consumer Math Ohio History Look Around Imagine Sesame Sesame Mini- Series Cover All About Newsdepth Explorers Ohio History Learning CATV 2 Three Stooges Flintstones Bugs Bunny Magilia Goril' r Barnaby Romper Room Coffee Shop L. American P. Mason P. Mason A. Griffith Lassie Movir Movie Movio Movie Little Rascals Little Rascals Flintstones Flintstones Ford signs bill providing funds for Cuyahoga Park President Ford signed a land and water conservation bill Tuesday Dial guarantees at least $34.5 million by 1980 lo purchase land for the Cuyiihnga Valley National Park. Funding for the hill next year is $300 million. The authorization assures the Cuyahoga Valley National Park a( least $10.7 million for land acquisition in 1977. The annual funding level increases to $900 million by 1980. THE HILL also provides for federal aid lo Ohio for state and local park development. To dale, the government has spent $5 million lo acquire its first properties and scenic easements for the park. Purchasing of land began last Dec 4 and is being speeded up now by ihe Army Corps of Engineers real estate agenLs for the National Park Service. In the past nine months. 51 parcels totaling KW acres have been bought at a cosl. of $3.2.12,S8C. Appraisals liiive Belly-dance class set for Oct. 5 The Massillon YMCA is now taking applications for its fnli belly-dancing class which begins Oct. 5. As a preview to the class, the instructor, Mrs. Karen Kress, will give a demonstration of this ancient art form on Friday at 10 a.m. All interested women whether Y-membors or not, are invited to attend this meeting. According to Airs. Kress, "the real value of this dance to the average women is in its superior exercises and the fun involved in doing them." The "Y" will offer both morning and evening classes which will meet for 8 weeks. Morning classes will meet Tuesday from 10:30 11:30 a.m., while evening classes will meet Thursday from 7:00-8:00 p.m. For more information, phone the YMCA (833-3159) Seamen in the 18th century were called "tars" because they wore their long hair in tarred pigtails to keep it in place. Large square collars were added (o sailors' uniforms to keep the tar from staining their open- necked sweaters been completed on an additional 51'J acres, which are in llir process of being acquired, said William K. Fislit-r, the corps' senior review appraiser. Another M,<lfi7 acres must be obtained. Park Supt. William C. Birdsell said all of that acreage can be under government control by the congressional deadline of December 1980 if the money keeps coming in sufficient quantities. A limit of $34.5 million was set by Congress for land acquisition, with another. SMO.fXK) for development of the park. "Those amounts are far from realistic." Birdsell said. "Our development plans already are expected to cosl S27.2S million, and no one can guess how much more Ibe tracts will cosl us, since land prices seem lo be escalating each year " MAPPING of each parcel lo be purchased in the 30,000- acrc valley is to be completed by the end of this yo.'ir by .John David Jones & Associates Inc. of Cuyahoga Falls. When all boundaries and titles are satisfactorily established, the corps will step up its buying. Until then, the agents will concentrate on obtaining properties zoned for industry because its development could be detrimental to the park. Other land is being bought randomly as the agents respond to offers lo sell or to hardship situations in which owners must dispose of their land. TV highlights TONIGHT 8 (5, 23) Bionic Woman — Jaime wrestles an intellagence agent while posing as a pro wrestler. (81 Good Times — After James' funeral, Florida assumes a happy manner. (25) Nova — A look at the Netsilik Eskimos of Canada. 8:30 (8) Ball Four — Barton and Plunkett are locked in a war of pratical jokes. 9 (5. 23) Baretta — A hitman is believed to be tracking a VIP. (8) All in the Family — Edith and Archie are unwilling to get back together after Archie's fling. (25, 45, 49) Theater in America — "The Seagull" with Lee Grant. 9:30 (8) Alice— A comedy series about a waitress in Phoenix, Ariz. 10 (3) The Quest — Buffalo hunters take the Baudine brothers captive. C5, 23) Charlie's Angels — The girls are assigned to break up a drug ring. (8) Blue knight — An ex- con takes the blame for a murder he djd not commit. TV movies 8 (3) "Francis Gary Powers" (1976 drama) Lee Majors. 9 (43) "The Seven-Year Itch" (1955 comedy) Tom Ewell, Marilyn Monroe. 11:05 (17) "The Redhead From Wyoming" (1952 western) Maureen O'Hara. 12 (8) "The Yellow Rolls Royce" (1%4 drama) Ingrid Bergman, Rex Harrison. 12:30 (43) "Broken Arrow" (1950 western) James Stewart, Jeff Chandler. R M. MOORE JR., 25, of Canton, said he^ever'at- I tended classes at Boston College, a fact confirmed by Boston College officials who theorize that a computer foul-up was responsible for Moore's receiving a diploma. Moore said he registered in 1973 to attend the Boston Law school but withdrew before ever attending classes. He said he received the H-by-19 diploma- complete with honors - in the mail Friday. (APWirephoto) Thomas Corwin of Lebanon (1794-1865), a member of the Ohio Legislature, governor of Ohio, U.S. Senator, Secretary of the Treasury and minister lo Mexico under President Lincoln, began his career as a wagon boy in the War of 1812 SPECIAL SALE! C8 Radios! $109 up Police Scanners {149 up GALAYS 3134 Novon. Id. S.W. 477-3252 emu* by W, ,am G'blon S OPENS J TOMORROW l£jt SEPT.3Q-OCT.17 8 •Hfd through Sal 6 00 p m Sun. ? 3O * 8 00 EE5ERVATIOH5: 453-761 7 piiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiNiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiitiiiiiHiiira Pretrial set i From | the 5 H I court- I house marriage License Applications Russ Biagio, 24, Garfield Heights, and Virginia Hintz, 20, 345 Valeside st NE. Marion Wilhelm, 27, 12980 Sunshine cl NW, Tuscarawas Township, and Bonnie Bender, 7010 Crock st NE, NimishiUen Township. Patrick Corrigan. 22, and Linda Bender, 20, both of 7365 Wales ave NW, Jackson Township. Elmer Speidel, 75, 737 Sheffield ave NE, and Mildred Machan, 75. 471 Amvale ave NE. John Higgins, 28, 3240 Wales ave NW, Jackson Township, and Sally Cassler, 27, 5585 Foxford st S\V. Perry Township. Deeds Recorded Harcriss, Inc., to MiJdred Nicely, Perry Township. Owen and Diana McNutt to George and Elizabeth Mullins, Perry. Basil and Florence Arnan to Mary Harrold, Bethlehem Township. Dolores and Robert Princehorn to Angelo and Dotti Sciortino, Tuscarawas Township. Jasper and Mary Thomas to David and Glenna Miller, Canal Fulton. Margie Fraser to Kenneth Fraser, Jackson Township. Patricia Stauffer to Donald and Patricia Thomas, Massillon. Louis and Wilma Evans to Bernice Gomez, Massillon. Daniel Schoeppner to Ray and Pat Coia, Perry Township. Dale Stanford to Leland Stanford. Lawrence Township. James and Linda Rodocker to Michael and Evelyn Young, Massillon. Ron Doll to Robert and 1 Barbara Reed, Tuscarawas. Dan and Freida Clark to Glen and Neil StefalJ, Tuscarawas. Roy Coss (deceased) to Ersel Coss, Massillon. George and Joanne Orner to Lily Smith, Massillon. THEATRE Phone 833*4400 OPEH7:15 First Va-Hr. $1.00 I on two charges s Louis Drafton, no age H listed, of 1323 3rd st SE, was § released on personal = recognizance bonds totaling = $2,000 Monday after he g pleaded innocent in if Massillon Municipal Court to H two violations of the f| Massillon housing code. = Judge John D. g Bartholomew set bonds at H $1,000 on each charge. j§ Drafton is charged with H having a home unfit for H habitation at 1320 Pearl ave SE and with allowing rubbish to accumulate at his 3rd st SE address. The judge instructed Drafton to return to court Oct. 6 for a pretrial hearing on the charges. IMPERIAL MEADOWS I CINEMA : MEADOWS PLAZA S Phone 837-4259 * a«»««a»*i »•«««<»* NOWSHOWING WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS' PIUS Walt Disneys PRODUCTIONS Bambf SHOWN AT 8:35 P.M. TONIGHTI OF MASSILLON SUPER SUPPER SMORGASBORD *2.99 All You Can Eat! Over 35 Items! BELDEN VILLAGE TWIN CINEMA .492-1400 I, Tonight 7:30 i 9130 Thursday 7:30 & 9:30 9. Tonight 7:30 4 9: :30 Thursday 7:30 49:30 COUPON CHICKEN PICKIN' THURSDAY Dinner Box Only 139 3 Pel Chicken, Whipped ~ Potatoes, Cote Slaw, RoU ••• COUPON GOOD THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1 976 " •••S LIMIT 4 DINNERS PER COUPON * i K«ihid(ij fried C kk*en. I \ KNDAU NOUSf - MASSIUON end All CANTON RFC STOtfS LJIIIIIIililllllillllllUlilllllllllllllll STARTS TONIGHT FOR 7 BIG NIGHTS DRIVE-IN THEATRE CANTON AAASSUION ROAD PHONE 832-2516 RATED "PG" p«n 7i3O - Show at 8 BEYOND BIONICS THE ULTIMATE IN SCIENCE FICTION >vc PG CO-HIT "CLONES' KK3T SINCE LCVE STORY. V THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN 1 2 MORE DAYS T» SM nit BMwttful Show. TOHH* and Thurs. LINCOLN PHONE 833-5730 TONIGHT 7:20 & 9:13 M-G-M pic-scnts COMlNOt "SURVIVE" THE ©MEN GREGORY PECK LEFRLMICK [„ 1:30- 3i30 5:30 7:35 • 9: BARGAIN MATINEE EVIRY DAY •TI12:30P.M. ALL SCATS S1.5O ^Id Over 9th Week MARTY FEU3MAN 2:00-3:45-1:30-7:30-9:30 "LOVING COUSINS", 8:15 SWINGING CHEERiUDIflS"8:15 The Pewter Mug fine foods & cocktails FEATURES EARLY BIRD DINNER SPECIALS 6 Entrees to Choose from Only $ 2" Per Person Everyone has a friend Bring yours along and dins together for only $5.50. MON. thru FRI. 4-6 P.M. ONLY 4440 Belden Village Ave. N.W. Belden Village , 492-7500 PROP. PlfTER ft JOHN LAZAR RCXAHNE AARSBERGIN .APPEARING NIGHTLY IN OUR Pill LONG JOHN SILVER'S, THE PLANKS YOU EAT, NOT WALK. <-^f J ^ftgS&&£ £-:>' ^-^tesg&L... CHICKEN PLANKS, vVelcome Chicken Planks to Long John Silver's menu ranks. They're strips of boneless chicken breast and since they come wrapped in our crisp golden crust, the taste is a must So come in and taste 'em $1.79 c longjohn Silver SEAFOOD SHOPPES 610 LINCOLN WAY EAST <§>

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