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12 Northwest Arkcmuit TIMES, Sat., April 27, 1974 FAYITTIVILLE, A R K A N S A S Kraft Seeks Air Permif Ai Plan! LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A Kansas Krafl Corp, at Morrilto was recommended Friday b the executive committee ot tl stale Pollution Control an Ecology Commission for an a permit to double tlie capacit ^··l^H^^HMHM^MMMHBHM ARKANSAS INSTRUMENT TV RADIO SERVICE Free Pickup a Delivery ."Color Specliliiti" 443-5552 or 412-935S Stereo equipment at 15-30% off. oil for free catalog. Open 6:4! Fet. 7: JO 9:30 Sun. Mai ·««t«*i«TMjru, l M BA » t 2 p.m. "'·'"* ROBCRTRCOTORO R ,^ THE STING WINNER OF SEVEN ACADEMY AWARDS Including Best Picture NOW SHOWING AT MALCO I AND H (PC Sun. -Thurs. 7:15-7:45 Fri. - Sat. 7:00-8:20-9:40 Sun. Hat. 2:00 gone i/ the romance that UJQ//O divine: KM) mfflfllCrV/ PflODUCTlOn Of FURCKOflVTOnFIUTI ROBERT ^ mifl KDfORD FRRROUU SRT GRT/BV ipen 7: DO Sun.-Thurj. 7:45 Frt. Sal. 7:00-9:30 Sun. Mat. 2 p.m. ENDS THURSDAY "THE EXORCIST" m Winner 2 Academy Awards ACROSS MOM Oel A Feature 7:30 p.m. GEORGE C. SCOTT In 'Film Flam Man" ACROSS If OHt V ·! A Feature 7:30 p.m. FANTASTIC PLANET or Its pulp operntUon. Officials said a now and larg- cr furnace that would reduce sulphur emissions In spile of the expansion was planned. The amount of partlculate m a t t e r coming from the mill would. riso only slightly. The company, which processes pulpwood Into kraft paper for use in manufacturing paper bags and cardboard boxes plans to increase its pulp ca- pacitiy from about 360 tons a day to 720 tons. The plant now emits 14£ pounds of sulphur an hour, bul is expected to lower this to 66 pounds with 'Installation of the new furnace. Washington County Sheriffs Posse presents the THRASHER BROTHERS Wendy Bagwell and The Sunlighters SPRINGDALE JR. HIGH SCHOOL Thurs., May 2 7:30 P.M. Adults: $3.00 Children under 12 $1.00 Tickets On Sale from Any Posse Member Fulbrighf Nils Bumpers On Foreign Trade OSCfiOLA, Ark. (AP) - Sen. J. W. Fulbrlght, D-Ark.. said Friday ho couldn't comprehend iiovv anyone could feel he could represent Arkansas anil not be interested in foreign market and the promotion of the state' agricultural exports. The senator, campaigning fo re-election, spoke to the Os ceola Chamber of Commerce. "We hud total receipts of a. most $1.8 billion from Arkansa farm marketings last year, said Fnlbright. "Of this Iota some $471 million was cxporl cd. including about two-third of our state's rice crop." The senator said he though voters had a right to expuc specifics and not bo satisfiet with genoraUttcw. Former Aide Says Haldeman Kept Cash In Office Safe NOW* SHOWING Children Under 12 Free WALT DISNEY productions' -- PLUS -"THAT DARN CAT" NORTH 2325 N - College SMORGASBORD ALL THE PIZZA and SALAD You Can Eqt MONDAY 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. BRING THE KIDS Only lOc Per Year of Age If you can afford to feed your family at a drive-in, you can afford to take them to Bonanza. Like drive-ins. Bonanza isn't expensive. But unlike drive-ins, Bonanza is a haven for fathers. First, you don't eat at Bonanza. You dine here. You have your food at a table, like a decent human being. Not in a car like a sordine. Second you eat what you want. Not what your kids v/ant. You can choose from all kinds of steak, shrimp, and fish dinners. And because your kids are entitled to a choice, too, they can have Hamburger, French fries ond a soft drink, or a Highway 71 Carry special kiddy-sized dinner. Finally, Bonanza has nice little rules. For example, there's no tipping. And you can drink as many cups of coffee as you like and pay for only one cup. Now, if Bonanza can give you a(! this in a restaurant, at drive-in prices, why eat at a drive-in? The family restaurant even a father could love. Out Available Phone 521-3565 WASHINGTON (AP -- H.R. Unlilomnn, while serving as While House chief of slaff, kept n slack of cash In his safe U make gifts lo White House cm- Ijiuyva, nccording to a former aide. The disclosure came in testimony by Lawrence M. Highs given last December and unsealed Friday by U.S. District Judge Charles R. Richcy. Higby, a former Hnldemai aide now with the Office of Management and Budget, testified that Haldeman kept n stack of SlOO-and $20-bills. Higby said he understood the money was given to Haldeman late in 1968 after President Nixon's election "to be passed on to those members of the staff who needed funds" for moving costs. Haldeman, reached in California, declined comment. FINAL PROCESS In another development, the ienale Watergate committee is beginning its final process of Tiling a report. Legislative proposals are flowing into the committee, but none have been approved or reviewed by the senators. The report is due May 28. Some of the ideas have be- :ome public, including one to depoliticize the Justice Department and make it an independent agency. Other proposals would make !he FBI arid the Central Intelligence Agency independent agencies. In other Watergate-related levelopments: --President Nixon w a s reported considering a nationwide broadcast address next week as he continues his fight against impeachment. Such a speech, to allow Nixon to present his case directly to the public, is reported to be one of several options being considered. --White House c o u n s e l o r Dean Burcli said Nixon is pve paring to give the House Judiciary Committee "com pulling and persuasive" data next week. A committee subpoena for 42 presidential tnpes is due Tuesday. Burch snid after the President provides his information "the end of Watergate will be in sight." DENIED NE\V TRIAL --Former presidential ap pointmcnts secretary Dwight L. Chapin was denied a new trial on his perjury conviction by a federal judge, who said "the proof that the defendant delib- e r a t p 1 y lied was overwhelming." --The perjury trial of California Lt. Gov. Ed Reinecke was delayed at the request of defense lawyers. Reinecke, seeking the GOP gubernatorial nomination, said there was nothing unusual in asking for the delay. May Be Eligible LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Statistics from the state Social and Rehabilitative Services Dcparl- ment show that some Arkansas food stamp workers may be eli- e for food stamps themselves. If the federal Agriculture Department raises its food stamp sudget July 1 as is e-xpected even more food stamp workers and others could be eligible to receive food stamps. Statistics from the Social Services Division show that a family of four making up to $473 monthly can receive a maximum of $142 in fcod stamps. Federal Secrecy To Be Studied WASHINGTON (AP) -- A new (government rescnrch team Is gearing up for a ycnr-.lotig effort to measure the walls of so crccy In the federal bureaucracy. The Freedom of Information Study Unit Intends to produce the most detailed analysis of government mfor'iialion policy ever developed, a.ilcl its director, Jerry Clr.i'k. The team's recommendations, scheduled for completion In June 1975, could influence legislation and regulations determining how much the public is entitled to learn about the workings ot government.' "This is a frighteningly big thing to tackle, but it's got to be done," Clark said In an interview Thursday. With a staff of 12 to 15 lawyers, political scientists and management experts, and an annual budget of about $300,000, Clark hopes to measure how well federal agencies have complied with the 1967 Freedom of Information Act. the most recent legislative attempt to force some government secrets into the open. The study will range through the entire federal system, b u t probably will focus most intensively on a few departments still to be selected. Researchers will examine the internal procedures and regu- ations the agencies have idopted to respond to requests 'or information and documents sought under the FOI Act. The law requires government officials to disclose requested data unless it falls into certain exempt categories, such as per ;onnel files, industrial trade secrets and investigative records. HUSSIEN AKBAR WRESTLING Sat. Nigh)--8 p.m. Wash. Co. Fairgrounds MAIN EVENT Arman Hussion vs. Seandar Akbar FIRST EVENT TERRY LATHAN Vs.. MR. KANG SEMI-FINAL CHIEF THUNDERHEAD GUNGA DIN vs. BILLY WHITEHEAD KUBLA KAHN Tickets may be purchased at Purvis Sporting or at the Fairgrounds after 4 p.m. Ringside 2.50, Gen. Adm. 7.50, Children 1.00 Constitutional Revisions Urged LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Attorney Philip E. Dixon of Little Rock said Friday the state is in a "constitutional crisis" that can be remedied only by major revisions in the 100-year-old state Constitution. He made his remarks to the Little Rock Life Underwriters Association. He said the Constitution was drafted in 1874 to govern a pre- industrlalized state and that during the years it had become outmoded by urbanization. "It is becoming increasingly difficult for state government to function properly" under the Constitution, he said. Dixon was director of the 1969 Constitutional Convention. He said the state Constitution, as opposed to its national counterpart, was not flexible and that its articles were too specific in their directions NOW SHOWING "SERPICO" 8:05 Many of his f elkw officers considered Nm the most dangerous man alive -an honest cop. STRAIGHT FROM THE PAGES OF THE BESTSELLER. . . . ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEE BEST ACTOR AL "SGRPICD" Color bj TECHNICOLOR A Paramount Release -- PLUS -ROBERT MiTCHUM "The Friends Of Eddie Coyle" LATE BONUS Lee Marvin "PRIME CUT" Fayelteville, 8 Other Cities May Get Sewer Plant Funding LITTLE HOCK (AP) - Nine Arkansas cities may find hope in a new interpretation of an old mlo on funding by the federal Environmental Protcc- tlon Agency. Menu, 0/.iu'k. Ccnterton, Fa- yetlcvlllo, Gnihbs, Pocahohtas, Marlon and Portland have projects authorized, but have not taken bids. The cities are planning to build new sewage treatment plants or expand current ones. EPA 1ms said it will allow states to use leftover grant funds on sewage projects authorized In 1972 or earlier that had been.hit with inflation problems. But the new interpretation still puts a ceiling on the amount that may be transferred. For Arkansas that sum is'about 5530,000. Hugh Hannah, chief of tho state Pollution Control and Ecology Department's Water Pollution Control Division, said Friday there still was no guarantee the nine cities would qualify for refunding. Of the nine, only Parkin has received bids for a sewage treatment plant and it is $177,000 short of having the required funds. The TIMES li On Top of The News Seven Days a Week DELIVERS! 521*3011 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to chanje without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 (Channel 8 on cable In FayettevlUe) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsu, Channel 6 KOAM; Pittsburgh, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Channel 4 «n cable tn Faycttevlll*) KOED-TV(ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, Joplirt, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 (Channel 9 on cable In FayettcvilK) CABLE TELEVISION NBC-CBS-ABC etv 9 CH, TV Tima -- Wearher -- Musle 9 Channels -- FM Radio, All on "The Cable" WARNER CABLE of Fayetfeville Phone 52T-7730 GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory Creek Rec, Area and dine at THE BARN 264 Eait off Hwy. 71 Steak* and shrimp, homemade cinnamon rolli, relishes, and salads. Family style lish fry Friday. Bar BQ Ribs Saturday. Open 5-10 p.m. Sat. and Sun. 12 noon.10 p.m. Closed Mon. and Tues Come KO us at beautiful Beaver Lake. John Wayne, Susan Morrow, Agnes Moorehead 10:30 p.m. Ch. 8 - "Rapture" f!965) Deon Stockwell 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 - "All Handr. on Deck" (1961) MOVIES ON TV Saturday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 - "Deliver Us From Evil" (1973) George Kennedy, Jan-Michael Vincent 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 -- "The Manchurian Candidate" (1962) laurence Harvey, Frank Sinatra, Angela Lansbury 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6 -- "Zorba the Greek" (1964) Anthony Qjinn, Alan Bates, Irene Papas 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Private Buckaroo" (1942) Andrews Sisters, Dick Foran, Jennifer Holt 11:00 p.m. Ch. 2 - "Sing Boy Sing" (1958) Edmond O'Brien, Tommy Sands, Lili Gentle 11:00 p.m. Ch. 3 -- "Denver Rio Grande" (1952) Edmond O'Brien, Sterling Hayden, Dean Jagger 11:00 p.m. Ch. 5 -- "Night of Terror" (1972) Donna Mills, Martin Balsam, Chuck Connors 11:00 p.m. Ch. 7 -- "A Man Coiled Gannon" (1969) Tony Franciosa, Michael Sarrazin, Susan Oliver 11:00 p.m. Ch. 8 -- "The Ballad of Josie" (1968) Doris Day, Peter Graves, George Kennedy 11:30 p.m. Ch. 12 -- "The Lion" (1963) William Holden, Capucine, Trevor Howard 12:30 a.m. Ch. 7 -- "Secrets of the Blue Room" (1933) Lionel Atwill, Gloria Stuart, Edward Arnold 12:45 a.m. Ch. 2 -- "Jusl My Luck" (1957) Norman Wisdom, Jill Dixon Sunday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 5-8-12 -- "Murphy's War" (1971) Peler OToole, Sian Phillips, Phillippe Noiret 10:30 p.m. Ch. 2 - "The Blazing Forest" (1952) AUTO INSURANCE · $50,000 Liability « $2,000 Medical · Uninsured Motorist · 5 Year Renewable Guarantee Safe $ « £ £f* Quarter Drivers AQiOU Premium McCARTNEY-FAUCETTE Phone 442-2315 2U» H. COLLEGE 1974 COLOR WNOW~AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound H33 N. College 442-8575 BUY YOUR CARPET DIRECT FROM THE tOCAl PEOPLE THAT MAKE IT. WHERE YOU GET THE BEST AND SAVE THE MOST. Lawrence Carpel Mills, Inc. HIGHWAY 68 WEST 751-7981 SPRINGDALE, ARK. Pat Boone, Buddy Hackelt, Dennie O'Keefe 11:00 p.m. Ch. 3 -- "The Bridges At Toko-Ri" (1934) Frederic March, William Holden, Grace Kelly 2. 3. 5. SATURDAY EVENING * 6:00 - lodlcpodgc Lodge ...... f l m r n y Dean . . News .nwrenco Wclk ...... ...... Johnny Mann'a Stand Up Antl Cheer .............. Ice Haw .............. * 6:30 - Veaslirn Hunt ............. G i r ] w i t i i Something Extra .awrence SVelk ........... 7arrAco]enda,s ............. , lorn Brothers ....... .... 'vc Got A Secret ......... Jobfoy GoldAboro ....... 0 That Good Ola Najhville Mujlc 7 * 7:011 Emergency ....... /oom 'arlrldgfr Family ill tn tho Family * 7:30 - Vnr and Peace '. .lovle ............ 2. 3, S 7 ...... II ...... 12 ... e. ie * 8:00 --'" rtovlo Mftry Tyler Moor* n ». 12 . 6, ie 2, 3, I, 7 6. ]fl * »:JO -Boh Newhart 6 * 9:00 Owen Marshall 8 12 N e x u s . || Carol Burnett * ' a 16 * 10:00 - Newj «, ,,, ,2. * 10:30 -- "cw« 2, 3, 5. 7 Streelfl of San Francisco .... 12 Movie 6, 16 Horn Brothers 8 * 11:00 Movie 2. 3, 5 7, S * 11:30 -Movie . 12 * IZ:00 Wacky World of Jor.athan Winters ie * 12:30- Wre»tllnf[ 3 Movie 7 Don Krtshncr'j Rock Concert « ·*· U:45 -Movies i 1:20 - ' ' AI3C New* 12 Soul Train it * 1:10- News . . . SUNDAY MOKNING * 6:00 Party Line 2 Across the Fenco ,, 3 * 6:30 Across the Fcnco 8 Sacred Henri 3 Todny'n World ^ Pnslor'A Study 8 Wlih this K i n s 12 I;woy find Gollnlh 3 * 7:00 Ou trcach 8 Mimic nnrt tho Spoken Word . . . . 2 KIII Powcr ., .., 12 Amazlnfc Grace 3 Voice of Victory 5 Gospel Slnglnj? Jubilee ....... Faith Tor Toriny ,., ift * 7:30 Voice of Victory , . . . * Thin iJi the M f e 2 Thy Kingdom Come '.'.'.',','.',.' 3. J! Kncoimlcr , Ifl t:M - Revival Fires Herald of Truth Tnlsn Y o u l h Forum , Bailey's Comet* Day of Discovery .. if 8:15 - Ifj'mrw of Inspiration * 8:31 Thy Kingdom Como .. Billy James IlnrgLs ... tJort Squad ...... A mo zing Chnri ...,.., J'crnM of Truth Ornl Robert* Evangelistic Tcmplo . Go/mel ol ChriM E.W«r Sunday MUM , r,et Tho niblo Speak . Hcr/ild O( Truth Rex Hum bard ., * 9:31 -" Film K n l h r y n K u h l m n n .... Vision On D.iy of ni»cov«ry .., Ornl Robert* ....,,,, if 10:00 ~ Faith for Today .,,., 5, 8 ... 8, Call the Doctor . . Oral floberts H. R Pufnstuf .... Rcvlvn] Flrea Jerry Fnlwcll Billy James HirgU Day of Discovery . , * 10:31 Hour of Power KUIII Hcporls Make A Wljih '..'.'.'. Jimmy Sw/igRnrt ... UookshDlf To Ht? Announced + 11:00 Church Scrvltrn Wchlicr'j World Other People. Other Church Service Meet Tho Prws * IMMI - WrcMIInK "IB Vnlley KvflnficT Tcmplo Direction* Cr.ifu With Knly ,. ·A- 12:30 SMS Pnnornmn . . .. CHS Sporli Spectnenl . * ' l Z II . 3 . e . 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