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April 25, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

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NEWSFILE IT IS NEWS IN THE 751-8724 CONTINUOUS FROM DARK ORI-CITY DELIVERS! iiy .i\v SIIAH'HUTT MOW YOI1K (Al) - The sound of clushlriK cttiiim Is I'is- Inn llicsc tliiys hc'L'nnse of pi\y I'V, Hit; sysU'in by which cnbln- i'V suljsei'iburs pay extra lo sec ncivius nnd [KnKnmis commercial TV dooHii't offer. The combiiliuHs lire Ihu N»- llonnl Cubic Television Association nnrl Iho N i i t i o n u l Association of nromlL'tislcr.s. The bul- tlcfjround is wliiit Hie NAH calls Both Noon and Evening Bring the familyl Child's Plate Only $1.35. We have three private dining rooms that will accommodate up to 350 r people. Buffet Noon and Evening REG. U S. PAT. Off, Call AMIE STONE For Reservations 443-4323 HIGHWAY 71 NORTH 443-4323 Sound Of Clashing Claims Heard Over Pay TV ARKANSAS INSTRUMENT TV R.ADIO SERVICE Free Pickup Delivery "Color Spocialitts" 44i:i-555Z or 412-0:156 Stereo equipment at 15-30% oil. call for fr«» catilon. THE EXORCIST Hold Over 8th Week Frl.-Sol..F«t. 7:00-9:30 Sun. Thru Thun.F.t. 7;45 Suri.Mollni«-2 P.M. All Seats $3.00 No Passes-No One Undor 17 Admitlod (HI Z A R K Fayettdvillo--442-456 1 H I D llu'cal oT "siphoning" by the struggling pay TV Industry. 'J'liu NAB. representing 531 TV .sUHlonb and Ihe three networks, describes ^phoning as "the removal of popular pro- g r a m m i n g , princlpiiliy movies and sports, from Irco commercial TV lo pay cable television." It claims If steps aren't tak- on, pay TV may someday be able to outbid commercial TV for major attractions mid viewers either will liavo to pay for those shows or do without. "Free" TV, of course, only applies when you don't buy the sponsor's product. The NCTA, representing halt the nations 3.000 cable-TV operators, calls tlio .siphoning charge hofiwash. It says It only wants federal rules eased enough to let pay TV try to prove itself in the marketplace. The battle basically centers on two Federal Communications Commission rules that cable-TV interests would like liberalised in varying degrees. Tlic NAB says it wants those left alone. One rule bars pay TV from showing movies that have been in theatrical release less than two years, and only allows once-a-month showings of movies 10 years old or older. The other prohibits pay cable from showing sports that have been on commercial TV the previous three years. Ralph M. Baruch, head of NCTA's pay cable committee says what his group specifically asks of the FCC is a thrce-yeai test suspension of its pay-TV rules, but with one important caveat. That, be said, would be "the assurance that nothing which is now presented on conventional television could be diverted to pay cable." Baruch, president of Viacom. Inc., a TV syndication firm that says it operates 110 cable-TV systems, said under the propos- al the FCC would "monitor what happens to various at 'raetions. "Wherever It found these rncediires weren't f u l f i l l i n g he public interest, It could step n nt any time and change hem." "We don't buy the test period dca,' says Robert Ilesor. the NAlis chief "Free Television campaigner. Even with the restrictions Baruch proposes, he says, "we feel that the process, once started, would be irreversible." How many pay TV systems are there now? The FCC says II has no figures, but the NCTA estimates there arc approxi mstoly 15 which serve a total of 55,000 subscribers. Wlial's the potential for pay TV? A recent study paints a rosy picture. It says there could be pay TV in 30 per cent of a projected 83.3 million U.S. tomes just 11 years f r o m now. How the NCTA and NAB feel about that study is the only thing they agree agree on and we'll go into that Friday. * FAY£TTTV;U£ NOW SHOWING "SERPICO" 8:05 Many of his fellow officers considered him the most dangerous man alive-an honest cop. STRAIGHT FROM THE PAGES OF THE BESTSELLER, . . . ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEE BEST ACTOR AL "SERPICO" Colorty TECHNICOLOR 1 A Paramount Rsltas, -- PLUS -ROBERT M1TCHUM "The Friends Of Eddie Coyle" Open S:4S Weekend Special · -;.^;^:|;; --f^ Friday - Saturday -Sunday HAMBURGl-RS Servtd with Mustard, C»t«up, Pi Sun. Mai 2 p.m. · RUN. NEWMAN ROBERT REWORD 1J' THE STING WINNER OF SEVEN ACADEMY AWARDS Including Best Picture FRENCH Open 6:45 NOW SHOWING AT HAI.CO I AND II (PGj Sun. -Thins. 7:15-7;.|5 Fri. - Sat. 7:00-8:20-0:40 Sun. Mnt. 2:00 gone i/ the romance that UUQ//O divine: FOR 3 FISH $ 1 25 SANDWICHES Friday Only MR. QUICK * 1525 Sooth School!' v^ . Fayetteville Phone 442-9333 Off/ID mffiRKK/ PRODUCTlOn Of n jflCK ciflvron FII/TI ROB6RT ^ miR FflRROUU Open 7:00 »~l i~ ooyiWTe*N--4tl-u*l Sun.-Thurs. 7:45 Fri. Sat. 7:00-9:30 Sun. Mai. 2 p.m. LAST SHOW -- MAY 2 "THE EXORCIST" "" Winner 2 Academy Awards ACHOUFAOM U«r Fcalurr 7:30 p.m. GEOUGi; C. SCOTT in Flim Flam Man" Open 7 p.m. Fextur* 7:10 p.m. FANTASTIC PLANET HWV. 6 Z «. NOW SHOWING Children Under 12 Free Sick Pocketbook HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) Stagflation is not a disease or a new sex movie, it's what's happening to your pockelbook, an economist says. Dr. Edwin Caldweil of the Connecticut Bank Trust Co. says Connecticut is suffering from a "stagflation" economy He says that occurs when major business indicators stop growing, indicating stagnation and each dollar buys fewer goods and services, indicating Inflation. Down $13.2 Billion WASHINGTON (AP) - The Treasury Department says the federal budget was $13.2 billion in the hole after the first nine months of the current fisca year. That figure wao described in the Tuesday report as being on target with government fore casts. Police Arrest Driver After Midnight Chase David L, GuiTard, 19, of 110 jladiurn Drive WHV nrrcslod by [''nyettevllle pollcp shortly iifler midnight this inctrnin^ f n l l o w i n K a police chiise in the nurlliwcsl part of Ihc city. Gerrard was charged with d r i v i n g while inloxicutcd, iipeedinf! (NO miles per hour a 40 zone) arid evading arrcsl, At about midnight. Patrolman Loren ilickmnn radioed to police headquarters thai ho VJUF in purBtiit of a cnr which had j"st turned south on College Avenue at North Street. From there, according to police reports, the chase led to Lafayette Street and west to Forest Avenue. Rickrnan said Gerrard lost control of his car at the intersection of Forest Avenue and Maple Street and was taken into custody hy Rickman. Gerrard pleaded guilty this morning.in Fayclloville Municipal Court and was fined SIM 25 by Judge Richard Wells. Norihweit Arltantai TIMES, Thuraday, April 25, 1974 · ,1,1 ' FAYETTEVILLI, ARKANSAS Rodeo Queen Contest S 1 L O A M SPHINGS--Four contestants have entered the Junior Rodeo Queen contest lo be held Friday at the Siloam Springs Riding Club arena. The contest will be held during the final performance of the 197' Future Farmers of America Rodeo. Contestants are Susan Ne'son Johnrm Morgan, Kathy Stubble*field and Joy Washington. Items Missing A thefL has been reported at the KGTO-TV transmitter on Robinson Mountain. Dale Hall told Washinglot County sheriff's deputies that i video demodulator, a videt peak limitor; a video switcher and a video wave form, an missing. DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketchom * IF HE'S GONNA STlCKA NEEDLE INTO MR.WILSON.CAMIWATCH?" A Long Kiss FT. LAUDEBDALE. Fla. (AP) -- Louise Heath and Vincent Torro had been kissing for 9fi hours and 32 minutes, except tor a five-minute break every hour, when their last competitors unclinched and dropped out. "Far out," said Torro, 34, as the kissathon ended Wednesday and he and his partner were declared the winners. "Oh, I love him so much," said Miss Heath, 26. Fort Lauderdale radio station Tighter Leash '$ WASHINGTON (AP) -- Sen. Alan Cranston, D-Calif., Las introduced legislation to place tho Veterans Administration on what he calls a tigher leash" The Cranston bill wo"uld create an outside, bipartisan and independent watchdog agency to oversee VA operations. ;;-_ WSHE sponsored the contest and offered the winners a trip to Toronto, Ont., to hear the rock music group, "The Kiss." KEN'S PIZZA RESERVE NOTE WALT DISNH,. productions' $1.00 OFF WITH PURCHASE OF ANY 15" PIZZA Not Good On Delivery Or Carry Out MOUMAM4 AT 409 West Dickson and SAMANTHA VOID WITH ANY OTHtR PROMOTION KEN'S PIZZA DOLLAR -- PLUS -"THAT DARN CAT" DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 (Channel 8 on cable In FayettevlUe) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsb, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburgh, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 ··; iChanne) 4 on cable [n Faycttevill*) " j KOED.TV(ETV), Tulsa, Channel ijf KODE, Jjplin, Channel 12 ? " KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 ;" (Channel 9 on cable in F«ye«evl[|«) CABLE TELEVISION NBC-CBS-ABC etv 9 CH, TV Time -- Weather -- Music 9 Channels -- FM Radio, All on "The Cable" WARNER CABLE of FayeHevlll» Phone 521-7730 MOVIES ON TV Thursday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 5 -- "Shane" (1953) Alan Ladd, Jean Arthur, Van Heflin 8:00 p.m. Ch. 6-16 - TO BE ANNOUNCED 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 - "Tall Man Riding" (1955) Randolph Scolt, Dorothy Malone FRIDAY N I G H T 10:00 p.m. Ch. 6 -- "Sayonara" (1957) imn Mar '°^ Br0ando ' X'« ardo Montalban, James Garner 10:30 p.m. Ch. 8 - "The Pink Jungle" (1968) inTM Jame !, Corner, George Kennedy, Eva Renzi 10:30 p A m Ch. 16 - "Yog-Monster from Space" (1970) Akrra Kubo, Yoshio Tsuchiya 1:30 a.m. Ch. 3 -- "Birds Do It" (1966) Soupy Sales, Tab Hunter, Arthur O'Connell AUTO INSURANCE · S50,«iO Liability · $2,000 Medical · Uninsured Motorist · 5 Year Renewable Guarantee Safe $« ft. fkft Quarter Drivers JLQiOU Premium McCARTN E Y-FAUCETTE Phone 442-2335 2UO N. COLLECB GET OUT OP TOWN THE BARN 264 East off Hwy. 71 rJf£ ks ","1 illr '' m !' Homemade cinnamon rolls, relishes, and safaris. Family i|v|e fi.h fry Friday. Bar arj Ribi Saturday. Open s.lo p.m. Sal. and Sun. 12 noon-10 p.m. Closed Men. and TUM come »e« us at beautiful Beaver Lake THURSDAY EVENLNG- * 5:00 News ............... World Report ...... ". ", " Truth or Consequence* ...... A n d y Griffith " '" To Tell The Truth .",Y.Y*.1".V Mister Rogers .......... if 5:30 Twilight Zone ... News ....... 2, 3, 5 6 Electric Co. . . ' ' T r u t h or Consequences * G:00 Woman .......... News ..... 2, 3 5, 0. 7,' S * 6:30 Police Surgeon ......... Chopper O n e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . Newsmakers ................. Dragnet .................. s. f .. le ... 7 lini:k Owens Hoynn's Hcror.s To Tell The Trulh". Miir, Wilson * 7:11!) F l i p Wilscm Chopper One IDcliiiH] The Lines Ttic Wnltons 12 16 1974 COLOR fv"NOV/ AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound Z333 N. College 442-8575 . . . ib L- : 7 i- j r ironouse .. ' i l l * 8:01) -8 Ironside J M n v i e f \2. 16! F i r i n E Line - Mnsie C o u n t r y U.SA . ABC News cioseup ... '.", . 11 2. 16 Johnny Carson · ·: Movie ".',' ' *' Gcr.nlclo Rivera: Good-Night America t .: 12:00 - Ncvv.s Tomorrow ... ,, 2 " i * 1:00 - ' "' Source F R I D A Y MOKNING- * fi:25 - Momenta of Meditation G n r n c r Ted Arm.i!ron« SMS Korum - CM8 - 5. 7 !, 16 5. 7 .. 2 ....... * (1:50 -- l.lulil of Life . . . . Toil.iy In A R r i c n l l n r o * G:!5 -- Ilnrvst Time T»lDrn»ol« . Projeol . . . *7:W - Tlmrny nnd I.niulo Country Mnaic Timo ens News .......... '.';;. Totlny ........... 2 irT.it - ......... Z artoon Cfroug .... 8 .... 7 ,.. 5 ... « .. 12 . . . . 9 e. le I, 5, 7 ... 12 .... I Caplnin Kan£nroo Sesame Street * 8:31) Oklahoma Friday ..... *»:« Movie ....... . ....... ScsniHo Street ...... It's Your Bet .... 3 A.M. .......... '.'. Joker's Wild .......... Dlnali Shora .... ..... , *9:3I- Jeopardy ............. Love, American Style Gambit ....... *10:M Now You See It .. Wizard of Odds ....... Gambit All My Children ...,'.'.' *10:3I - Br.ndy Bunch Love or Llf« ....... . Hollywood Square* .... * 10:55 -Coffee Break ........ News 6, 18 i Phil Donahue 0 j i l Devout Young sl* 9:30 BUY YOUR CARPET DIRECT FROM THE LOCAL PEOPLE THAT MAKE IT. WHERE YOU GET THE BEST AND SAVE THE MOST. Lawrence Carpel Mills, Inc. HIGHWAY 68 WEST 751-71)81 SPRINGDALK, ARK. 1] 2. 6. 7, «,"!. 7 !. S. 7 2. 3. S, 7 , . 6, 16 2, j s j Jnckpot ...... . Mike noiifllBj ..... Tlio Youne and Iho ncstluu e Pdwword . ... j Celebrity SwecjMlakcj Split .Second Search for Tomorrow * 11:55 News ..... f R I D A T ArTE»NOON- * 12:01 All My Children ........... . 12 e, n s. s. 7 TablcUlk New.s * 12:15 Leave It To Carol is Three on a Match · 3 Let's Make A Deal 5 «i n As Thc_\Vorld Turns ' i. 16 Mclorty Malince 7 *!:»»- Newlywed Game g 10 G u i l i l i n c Light e' 16 Dayi Of Our Llvea .... 2 J, n 7 *I:30 Girl In My I.ifo g Doctors 2 3 5 Edge of Night ' 6. Price Is Rlcht e Another World 2 3 5 General Hospital g ' *Z:30 Mulch Game g is Hnw To Survive A Marriage 2 3 5 7 One Life 'Co Llva u *J:00 - Tailictalca e 15 Carloons j» Today's Yoga .'"." j" To Tell Tho Trnlh 12 Somerset 2 3 5 7 *3:3» Joker's Wild fl Undo Zcb « nick Van Dyko ...'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'."" le Petticoat Junction 2 Hod£Qpodgo LortRa ....*...,., ' l l Lucy show i** All My Children ...'.'.'.'.'. j 3| D i n a h Shore 5 Threo On \ 12. 1«| *4:08 S l a r Trek .. Jeopardy F u ^ i l i v c Andy G r i f f i t h Dream of Jea Tnie ... . omcr Pyle. UfaMC Bonanza Sesame Street ...'.!', Merv G r i f f i n Green Acres Lucy Show Beverly Hillbillies Bonanza Mews World R e p o r t '" To Tell Tlio Truth A n d y G r i f f i t h T r u t h or Consequences .. M i s t e r Rofjera *5:10 Electric Co. T r u t h or Consequences News . . 2 3 5 T w i l i g h t i!mie I-'KIDAY E V E N I N G -- " *6:00 C o n s u l t a t i o n Hcw 2, 3 5. S. 7. *l:3t Adam-12 ,,. TrciMiiro Hunt".','.'.'.'.'.'.'/.'.',' Ho^ftn's Heroes Wall Street Wock To Tell Tho Truth lice Haw Olrly Sally 2. 2, 5. a. 12. Wild Science Bratiy Hundi \ ^ r a s h i n K t o u Week In Review * 7:30 - Thrillscckcrs Good Time. 1 . ... Six .Million Dollar Man ..'.'. Interface * 8:00 - Scawnrld Girl With Something Extra '. J u l i e and Dick in Covent Garden CBS .News llnccial Mnslerplcce T h e a t r e * 8:311 Brian Keith Odd Couple * 9:0(1 Country Comf.i F f n n i e . 2 Inside O k l a h o m a E d u c a t i o n Tonia * 9rSO - Todays YO«A " * 10:00 - i Nc-ws 2. 3. «, «. 7, ». IK * 1(1:30 -- . Movie fi, £ K i s h l n R Hole » J o h n n y Car*on 2 3 t * 11:110 - ' " Country Plnco » * 11:30 - '· Country C n r n l v a l 7 ·*· 12:00 In Concert · M l d n l B h t Sp«cl«l I. J, i * 12:30 - -* lia's"'- Movlo

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