Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 24, 1974 · Page 25
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 25

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 24, 1974
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26 Northwetl Arkaruoi TIMES, Wed., April 24, 1974 FAYETTKVILLC, ARKANSAS " Morning Musicale . The final Morning Musica for members of the North Ark ' nnsas Symphony Society will b Friday at 10 a.m. in the lion of Mrs. Joy Pratt Markham o . Markham Road. Hostesses w: ;~be Mrs. Theodor Avitahl an Mrs. Huydon Lewis. ...: Todd Gordon, baritone an DRIVE-IN THEATRE NOW SHOWING Open 7:30 --"Glide" 8:0' Untied Artists -- PLUS -BURT REYNOLDS , H WHITE LIGHTNING IBT«JUJM Open 6:45 Fet. 7:10 Sun. Mai 2 p.m. MUNCWMAN ROBERT BEDFORD fr -THE STING WINNER OF SEVEN ACADEMY AWARDS Including Best Picture Open I NOW SHOWING AT MALCO I AND II (PG/ Sun. -Thurs. 7:15-7:45 Fri. -Sat. 7:00-8:20-9:40 Sun. Mat. 2:00 gone I/ the romance that UUQ//O divine: R^omovnt PMwe/ pre/«n!/ DFMD meflRKKy pflooucnon OF miR ^DFORD FflRRO TH GROT GRT/BV Open 7:00 SOWH10WN--4W4M1 Surr.-Thurs. 7:45 Fri. Sat. 7iM-9:30 Sun. Mat. 2 p.m. LAST SHOW -- MAY 2 "THE EXORCIST" a " Winner 2 Academy Awards ACKOit MOWU0U Feature 7:30 p.m. GEORGE C. SCOTT in 'Film Flam Man" Feature 7:30 p.m. FANTASTIC PLANET student of Maxwell Worlhlcy, Margaret Holcombe, pianist and student of Carolyn Hickson, and Lyndall Coffleld, pianist and student of John Cowcll, all University of Arkansas students, will present the program. It members plan to bring a guest, please call Mrs. Lewis at 442,8143. Household Hint When In doubt about the freshness of eggs, test them ii a pan of cold water. An cgt, that floats is bad for use. one that stands on end is stale, one that lies at an angle should be used immediately or discarded, and one that lies flat is fresh. NOW SHOWING "SERPICO" 8:05 Many ol his teltow officers considered lifcm the most dangerous man allve-an honest cop. STRAIGHT FROM THE PAGES OF THE BESTSELLER . . . ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEE BEST ACTOR AL PACING "SERPICO" Cotor by TECHNICOLOR* A Paramount Pefcaw -- PLUS -ROBERT MITCHUM "The Friends Of Eddie Coyle" WIIAMPEIERBIAWS THE EXORCIST Held Over 8th Week Frl..Sol.-F«t. 7:00-7:30 Sun.Thru Thufi. F«t. 7:45 Sun.Motlni.-JPJW. All Seots $3.00 No Passes-- NoOn.Und.r 17 AdmHI.d m O Z A R K PH. 751.8724 CONTINUOUS FROM DARK TRI-CITlT THE HUT DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. rcr PIZZA, m Attend the Uarkettes Production of "YOU'RE A GOOD MAN CHARLIE BROWN" Prof. Ken Ballenger, Director UNIVERSITY THEATRE Thurs. and Fri., April 25 and 26 7:30 p.m. Tickets $1.50, Students; $2.50 Others Tickets available at the Record Shop in the NW Arkansas Pla za, Perry's Jewelry in Evelyn Hills Shopping Center, and the First National Bank and the Mcllroy Bank downtown Fayetfeville. This event is the principal effort by the Uarkettes to raise funds for their European tour. This message sponsored as a public service by: City Lumber 1204 S. School Swift Jewelry 27 N. Block Greer Abstract Co. Richard B. Greer, Larry K. Phillips and Staff APPEARING IN CONCERT THE SINGING LEDBETTERS RAMAY JR. HIGH HWY. 62 W. APRIL 27 -- 8:00 p.m. Adults $2.00 Children $1.00 Sponsored By the Goshen 4-H Club LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Sen. r. W. Fulbright said Tuesday .hat he has proved his support or farmers with his record in .he Senate. The Arkansas Democrat said hat when there was a consensus of opinion among Ar- ;ansas farmers on an issue of nterest to them, he voted their vay most of the time. Fulbright and his Democratic primary f o e , Gov. Dale Jumpers, and the Republican candidate, John Harris Jones of "·ine Bluff, spoke to the Arcansas Farm Bureau Federation Tuesday to solicit support of farmers. Fulbright said he believes he las done as much -- if not nore -- than anybody else to ielp maintain foreign markets or Arkansas rice. He also said he helped get ·ice acreage allotments in- With Hoopla And Free Eats NBC Tries Out Two-Hour Nightly News Show DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketcftam NEW .YORK (AP) - Six yours utter its Los Angeles stii lion begun a local two-hour evening news show, NBC Is nbout to begin n slmilnr effort here next Monday nt its flagship sla- tion, WNBC-TV. Because this is the nation's richest video market and erroneously considered by the low- ntes to be the niivol of new events, things like WNBC's move usually commence with tar more hoopla than elsewhere in the U.S. Such was the case the other day when the station gave «n advance peep at '"NcwsCcnter 4,' New Yolk's first two-hour nightly nevys broadcast.' NBC invited print writers -even "Women's Wear Daily" sent a delegate -- to hear about the show. It issued press kits outlining the new program ind Ac journalistic histories of .hose involved in it. It assembled anchormen and executives and threw open the doors of Studio 6-B, home of the show and former home of the "Tonight" show. Later, there were free eats at ttie 64th flor of the KCA Building. The basic idea of ali this was to publicize the show as it starts its ordeal-by-viewer. The theory is a lot of viewers who now don't watch WNBC news might tune in and hopefully remain steady customers. That would translate Into higher ratings, which are to TV what circulation figures are to newspapers. And WNBC's evening news show, faced by those of ABC and CBS stations hero, now is a poor third in ratings. Higher ratings mean higher advertising fees. But there's a second factor that's equally Important. WNBC's move, if it clicks, could give a greatly improved "lead-in" audience -and ratings -- to the national "NBC Nightly News." now a close second to the "CBS Evening News." WNBC will be the fourth station in the U.S. to try locally produced, two-hour news programming. The others arc KNBC in Los Angeles, which began it in 1968, and ABC- owned KABC-TV in Los Angeles and KGO-TV in San Francisco, both of which started their new shows on April 1. On entertainment matters, ABC says at least six of its affiliates decline to carry 'The Weddin Band" tonight. It's a two-hour play, set in a South Carolina seaport town in l'J18 and concerns a 10-year love affair between a white baker and a black woman. Wish I could say this Joseph Papp-produced epic had more going for it than fine acting by Ruby Dee, among others. But it doesn't. Fulbright Tells Farm Group He Has Proved His Support ARKANSAS INSTRUMENT TV RADIO SERVICE Free Pickup Deliver) "Color Specialists" 443-5552 or 442-9356 *]«« equipment at 15-30% OH. Call for free calaloc. creased this year. The senator saict he is entitled to considerable credit for both actions. Bumpers called for tax reform as a means of eliminating cynicism in American thought. He said President Nixon's tax problems illustrate what many people already believe -- "that a let of people in this country are not paying their fair share." The governor said the fertilizer shortage will become more severe and ra^ed the question of whether a limited embargo should be placed on fertilizer exports. Bumpers said that with some nations becoming affluent for the first time he believes "the time is past for us to give out the kind of largess that we've given in the past" in the field of foreign aid. Jones said he didn't think Watergate would hurt his chances of winning, because, "I wasn't there." The Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation is prohibited by its bylaws from endorsing candid a t e s , although individual farmers may support whomever they choose. It's Just bloated soap opern with sporadic racial plthcts, Including one outburst near the end that contains the most ra 1 clally and sexually abusive Inn gimge I've ever heard in commercial TV. They'll cause henvy viewer complaints. The sad thing is, this play, as adapted (or TV, has no real defense. It's a dog, pure and simple. NBC News Says Tape Edited, Re-Recorded NEW YORK ( A P ) -- NBC News says an expert hired the White House will agree with a court-appointed team 6f electronics specialists which concluded that a Watergate tape with an 18'/4-minute gap was edited and re-recorded. NBC newsman Carl Stern said Tuesday that the White House expert, Dr. Michael Hecker of the Stanford Research Institute, may not agree with procedures used by the other experts. However, said Stern, Hecker will not dispute the conclusion of the six ;ape authorities, who said the tape underwent *'the process of editing and re- recording at least five and perhaps as many as nine separate anei contiguous segments.'' The panel, chosen mutually by the White House and the special Watergate prosecutor, did not say if the erasure was accidental or deliberate. HAND OPERATED But the group told U.S. District Court Judge John .1. Srica that, "The recording controls must have been operated by hand in the making of each segment." Sirica also heard testimony from President Nixon's secretary, Rose Mary Woods, that she may have accidentally erased some of the tape while answering a telephone. Stern said Hecker "expects to testify whether it helps or hurts the President, and now it looks as though it will hurt." According to NBC, a White House spokesman said iate Tuesday that nothing in Stern's story came from White House sources. There would be no further comment, the spokesman told the network. The controversial -tape is a recording of a June 20, 1972, conversation between President Nixon and his former top aide, H.R. Haldeman, that took place three days after the burglary of the Democratic National Committee offices in the Watergate complex. *% MAY 6E CONTAGIOUS, SO I *WElL..EVERy00UD TXO DEWS NOT TD (EWE IN.' /Wg?IW|EASlW9UlM6!' UFO Experts Gather To Look, But Odd Steel Ball Is Silent NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- A U.S. Geological Survey spokesman says scientists in Reston. Va., would love to subject that stainless steel "odd ball" to expert analyis. A panel of Unidentified Flying Object experts met here last weekend to watch the strange sphere, but it refused to perform. Terry Matthews, 21, who found the ball near Jacksonville, Fla., had claimed it started rolling by itself and made an odd humming noise. Hoping to win a $50,000 award by exhibiting man's first extraterrestrial object, Matthews brought tlie ball before the UFO panel, but the group decided otherwise. "My hypothesis will have to be that it's manmade," said Dr. J. Allen Hyneck, chairman of the astronomy department at Northwtstern University. "But it's a nice, pleasant brain teaser," he added. The whole thing apparently amused the geologists. "I get a little chuckle out of the fact that psychologists and philosophers are staring at a steel ball," Frank H. Forrester said by telephone Monday from the Geological Survey headquarter in Heston. Professionally, the UFO team included an astronomer, an engineer, a psychologist, a philosopher and a plant scientist. "We would be very receptive to analyzing fragments of that ball," said Forrester. Geologists have analyzed the moon rocks, meteorites and tektites, small space particles which may have originated from the moon and been thrown out into space. The Geological Survey has electron microprobes to deter- m\n-. what elements a r e pr"*;nt in the ball, high pow- ereu microscopes, and spectres- copes to reveal the basic elements of any substance. "All we need is a tiny littla shaving," said Forrester. "Any thing that travels through space will show the effects--its surface will have been changed in some way. We can't tell you how it was found, but an analytical geologist can tell you what it is and where it's been." Bodies Are Found FORT SMITH, Ark. (AP) -The bodies of two Fort Smith youths were recovered from the Arkansas River near here Tuesday by the Fort Smith Fire Department rescue unit and the Coast Guard. The boys disappeared six days ago while swimming. The victims were identified as Randall McGee, 14, and Ger. aid Weese, 16. Bruce Page, 14, of Fort Smith ·_, · told authorities that he, McGe^ and Weese were playing in the water and holding onto logs. He said McGee and Weese wera carried away by swift currents. DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to chance without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 (Channel ( en cable [n FayeHcvlllH KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KF5M, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburgh, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Channel 4 on cable In Faytrlevillt) KOED-TV(ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, Joplirt, Channel 12 VI1UI I «_ *L_ · .. nwin, jwpnn, vnannei to (Channel 9 on cable In Fayetteville) CABLE TELEVISION NBC-CBS-ABC etv 9 CH, W Time -- Weather -- Music 9 Channels -- FM Radio, All on "The Coble" WARNER CABLE of Fayetfevllla Phone 521-7730 MOVIES ON TV Wednesday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 -- "Loving You" (1957) Elvis Presley, Lizabeth Scott, Wendell Corey 8:00 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -- "Wedding Band" (1974) Ruby Dee, J. D. Cannon, Eileen Heckart 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Madron" (1970) Richard Boone, Leslie Caron, Gobi Amrani Thursday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 5 -- "Shane" (1953) Alan Ladd, Jean Arthur, Van He'flin 8:00 p.m. Ch. 6-16 - TO BE ANNOUNCED 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 - "Tall Man Riding" (1955) Randolph Scott, Dorothy Malone AUTO INSURANCE · 5 Year Renewable Guarantee Safe $4 £» A fi Q U a r j er Drivers AOiOU Premium McCARTNEY-FAUCETTE Phone 442-2335 _ »WO H. COLLIGI GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory Creek Ret. Area and dine at THE BARN 264 East off Hwy. 71 Steakc and cnr/mp, homemade cinnamon rollt, reliihes. and Minds. Family llylo fish fry Friday. Bar BQ Ribl Saturday. Open 5-10 p.m. Sat and Sun. 12 roon-10 p.m. Closed Men. and Tuet. Come tee ui at beautiful Beaver Lake. WEDNESDAY EVENING * 5:00 World Report Andy Grjflith ' Truth or Consequences .... To Tell Tha Truth ' News 5, Mister Rogers * 5:30 Nowa 2 3 5 R, 7 Twilight Zone, Truth or Consequence! Electric- Company if 6:00 - Insldo Oklahoma Education ... News . . . . . . . 2. 3. S, 6. J, 8. 12 * 6:30 Dragnet 5 Hogan'fl Heroes To Tell Tha Truth French Chef Hollywood Squares 3. Walt TU Vour Father Get* Home * 7 : 0 0 - Ohase ......... , ....... , p i 2 Jacques Cousteau .'..'.'.'.",'.' 5 ' American Parade ...... Washington Connecllon ....'.'. * 7:» Theater In America ...... * 8:00- ABC Theatre ..... . Movie .......... ........ V '3 Cannon ....... .....'.'.'" *9:00- ................. Kojak ........................ * 10:M -- 3 7 a' 12 6' 19 ' 11 1974 COLOR ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 8333 N. ColleKe 4«-857S it , , 6 16 6 ' !! In Search of the Slngln? Cowboy Movie , . _'_'_' Johnny Carson ....'.'.'.".'.'." * 1Z:00 - . . . . 8 12 .. 6, 16 2. 3 5. 7 BUY YOUR CARPET DIRECT FROM THE LOCAL PEOPLE THAT MAKE IT. WHERE YOU GET THE BEST AND SAVE THE MOST. Lawrence Carpet Mills, Inc. HIGHWAY 68 WEST 751-7061 SPRINGDALE, AUK. * 1:00 Tulsa Youth Forum 2 THURSDAY MORNING-* 6:25 - Momenta of Meditation a *6i30- SMS Forum 3 Gainer Ted Armstrong g * 6:35 Inspiration 2 * 6:40- New.s 2 * 6:45 -News 12 * 6:50 -Light of Life « Today In Agriculture 7 * 6:55 - JlarveU Time Tabernacle i Project 8 *7:00- Tirnmy and Laula 12 CBS Ncw« 6. 16 Country Muilo TJnru) K Today 2, 3. , T 7:30 Cartoons 12 * I:M- Cnptaln Kangaroo .,. 6, IS Hesame Street 19 Cartoon Clrcui X * 8:50 Oklahoma: Thursday » * »:00 Dinah Shore 2, S 7 Sesame Street 3 a A.M :;.::.: e Joker's Wild 16 It's Your Bet ,..,, 12 Movie B * 9:30 -Gambit 8. 16 Jeopardy 2. 5, 7 Lovo. American EJlyla ,..,..,... 12 * 10:00 Now You See It g, IB Wizard o( Odd« 2 3. S, 7 All My Children 12 * 10:30 Brady Hunch 8, 12 Love of Life 6. 18 Holly wwd .St|iia res 2. 3. 5, 7 * 10:55 -Coffee nrcak 6 CBS New* 16 * 1 1 : 0 0 Jackpot !. 5. 7 Password 8, 12 Mike Douglas , 2 Youna; and Rcstles* 6. 16 * 1 1 : 3 0 Celebrity SwecpnUkcji .. 3 5. 7 Search for Tomorrow 6, 16 Spill Second -- «. 12 * 11:55 - Nows 3, 5, 7 THURSDAY AFTERNOON* 12:09 News S, . 7. 12 1* Phil Donihua 3 Table Tnllc 5 All My Children I * 12:15 Leave it to Carol 16 Three on A Malch 2. 3 Lot's Make A Deal 5, 8 12 A3 The World Turns 6. 16 Melody Matfnea 7 * 1:00 Day* Of Our Llv«i z, 3. S. 7 Guiding Light 6 ifi Newlywed Gamo 8 12 * 1:30 Doctors 2, 3, 5. 7 Edgo OI Night 6, IB Girl In My Life e. 12 * 2:00 Price Is night 6, ie Another World 2. 8. 5, 1 General llonpltnl * 12 * 2:30 Mulch Game « 16 Hnw To Survive Marriage 2, 3, B 7 One Llfo To Liv« 8 12 * 3:00 - Tattlctalei e j« CiUtoomi g Today's Yoga n Somerset 2 3 a, 7 To Tell tho Trulh 12 A- 3:30 -Kye To Eye n Joker's wild e Dinah Shoro 8 Uncle 7.t\ B Dick Van Dyk« 18 All My Children I Petticoat Junction Lucy Show Three On A Mnt^h * 4:00 Star Trek ... Fugitive . . . . Jeopardy . . . Mcrv GrlfJIn 1 Dream of Jeannlo Andy Griffith Gomer Pylo U9MC Uonnnxa Sesame Street *4:30 - Bcvorly Hillbillies Eonanza Lucy Show Green Acres ... 2 Dragnet World Report To Toll Tho Trulh Andy Griffith Truth of Contu Mister nogon * 5:JO - NOWB , . . . Twilight Zona Klcctrlc Company Trulh or ( * t:M - Nows Woman ... Chopper On* . . . Police ~ ' · " * ' ' " ' * ' * * * /·h' '.'.'.'.'.'.','.'.'.'.'. * nio vie' ".'.'.'.'.'.'.I'.'.'., ....,.,.,, 9 ".'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'." S h · .....'.'.', 2, 3 S, 6, 1, r . , . , . , , . ucnces , 5 «, T, 1, 12, 12 1 5 3 2 7 12 8 6 11 7 12 3 16 8 3 6 1 11 12 1C 11 a it n 7 Buck Owens , Moan's Hcroc* , To Tel] Tho Truth Newsmakers Slim Wilson '..'.'.'. Hip Wilson 2 3, Chopper One Behind The Lines Project 12 -- Prison Reform The Wfllloru -A- 7:30 - Flrohomo if 8:00 -- FJrlng Line Mn.iJu Coimlry USA 2 ABC Ncwn Clone-Up Dovolo Y o u n g Todny'n Yotfn , A- 10:00 -- Nows 2, 3, 5, fl, 7, 8. if 10:30 - Ocraldo Itlvern: Good-NJRht America , Muvio , Job n ny Ca r§on ,..,,,.. 2 S, *!*:« Tomorrow ..,., j J Nowi * 1:00 -- fi, 6, i" 3 ' «,' 12. · e. s 5

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