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PHONE TOWN STATE., ej Moil Coupon Todoy for fi«t dtmcntlcalicn and gilt, • 83175 Fonda narrates Roosevelt Mfti* Mirror •ylOWA TV EDITORS Tke flnt two presidential In of Franklin D. Roosevett are tae »ab)ecl of • Bi- ceateanlsl special Wednesday attpmeaCBS. Hennr Fonda narrates the the potitfcal bly tbe world's only army. What is a inlonlsed army? . "An army of hippies - tbat's wbat," says Peter Jeffries, producer of a filmed re- pert ea the 7M*-aaa Me* Army wbfcb will air as a part of "Weekend," tonitW at t p.m. oa NBC. "It's tbe weirdest atmy I've ever seen tony Me," be • tbe sob/aers saaka Baatreeae> HoUead has wbat Is preba- wtik etber obserren bate a I* easafeat tht deprearioa that haU tba caaatry hi Hs 0rip when ht taoh office i» 1S3L The spBflsl was writtea by Fay finds new love Hot ea» to ee* el Fay's popfiai up that wotU account for it (Stewart Moss), wheat she ceatt abUe. He* there's a cfeae irieari, UBiai, played hy Aodra tWIet. who takes special dcBcht te the act that Pay ha* fiaally dMaed Jack. §« two arete the saaae 'Ipeabti fly. TM Fay hi the opesJaf episode fbjds a tew love, played by levhi McCarthy._Tta7 «i to Bkj. SBT"for a weekead aad there's a Mf romaace eatfl he. freposes. Shoald she or skeaieVt she marry a«abi is the oaesttoa. As she tries to coraeto some coaelaiOB her office, where she as a secretary to a she's visited hy who is shocked by bar er's behavior. "What aa» I to tell year *••••• he asks about Haaar Jack. dU you wt iofita It TO physical Fay finally casts her vole .for freedom hi this Ate Arkin directed episode, writte. by Susan Harria, , :;.' SAVE GAS WITH A YE*M! "** NIMS 411 Kellogg, Ames Iowa ANNEX 515 232.1182 2-TVD«* Moines Sunday Register • August 31.1975 HOWSYOUR HEARING? Des Moines, la. — A free offer of special interest to those who hear but do not understand is being made by Beltone. This is not a real hearing aid but it will show you how small hearing help can be. It's yours to keep, free. It weighs less than a 1/3 of an ounce, and it's all in one unit. No wires lead from body to head. These non-operating models are free, so write for yours now. Write or call Beltone Hearing Aid Service, 4921 Douglas, Suite 2, Des Moines, la. 50310. Phone 515-282-0451. ^ ma* has woa the right to wear Ms hair leaf ud sport •cragfly beards, rmnpled uniforms and unshlned shoes. He <•« aot aeed to sttate «. cept ea cereneaial oecttioRi The DUch soMkr It the hls> est paid fifMtaf mn la Eu- th« filmed 0» laraer eea. tbe Union of P»<di Ceeeripts. which. per oeat of the draftees, it ,,, — redaction •f weekend barracks duty aad a redactioa o< U» term of service from two years to It seslths. It is DOW seeking a forther redtttioa to 12 as welt as overtime " • • • "CBS Reports* IKONS on the cnrtonporary American banter, Friday at Mf p.m. wHh Daa Rather, aarrating ta*»0-miMte«tady. The network has bned in advisory that states, "This proeran coataint icenes of the oeath of animals that may be disturbing to some ' ' • "Bunting Is not Just a ritual of the distant past," said irv Drasnin, the program's producer, director and writer. "Whether It's a need,, or an instinct, or a diversion, more than 20 million Americans of all social and economic backgrounds use the land and its wildlife each year to hunt." Although fall premiere week is still a week away, the .. networks nave filled the next few days with numerous programs that are strictly promotion for their wares. The kiddies will be tared with prime-time, weekaight previews of the Saturday mornimg line-up. Late-tight viewers will be invited to endure M miautes of Alaa King iaterviewiag the start of ABCs aew fall shows daring "Wido World el Eatertain- seeat," Thursday at lt:3« PJB.OUABC. PUota for series starting this fall will he reraa this -week—"MobilrTwo," which returns as the series "Mobile One," airs as a movie Tuesday at 7 p.m. on ABC; "The Invisible Man" airs as a movie Tuesday at 7 p.m. on NBC; "Police Story," Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. on NBC, features Lloyd Bridges in the forerunner of the new series "Joe Forrester"; "Starsky and Hutch" airs as a movie Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. on ABC, and "Three for the Road" airs for the first time, as a movie, Thursday at 8:30 p.m. on CBS. Series that have their premieres this week are "The Montefuscos," "Fay," and "Medical Story," all appearing Thursday on NBC.