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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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N*rrhw*fT Arkanwrt rtwrrriv ILK, TIMES, Friday, May 3, 1974 McClellan Voles No On Insurance Bill W A S H I N T G O N -- Sen. Joh L. McCldlan, D Ark. said Thursday t h a t he had voter aRainst a bill r e q u i r i n g states to implement nolault a u t o in surance plans because ihe measure was u n c o n s t i t u t i o n a l and unjust. . The measure passed the Sen ate. 53 to 42. Wednesday. House action is still pending. The greatest beneficiaries o the bill, he said, w i l l be (hose persons who are responsible for ·:he automobile accidents -"the negligent, the careless, tin d r u n k e n and irresponsible driv er."- McClcllan said the hill woul relieve such drivers of liabilti in most cases. "1 cannot support a hill lha will deprive a person of his le gal and moral right to recovc for the pain and s u f f e r i n g t h a he has sustained and endiirct by the wrongful act ot anoth er." he added. Sun. Mai I p.m. MU. NEWMAN ·OKmncaroito THE, STING WINNER OK SEVEN ACADEMY AWARDS Including Best Picture Fel, 7:JO 9:20 Sun. Mai 2 P-m. Funniest Western since "Cat Ballou" Mel Brooks 'BLAZING SADDLES Fel. 7:15-9:25 Sun. Mat. Z p.m. GeoeHcxkmon Conversation" op*fi c*s t.rt u. ft MUMS. MUS Fet. Sun.-Thur*. 7:4S Sun. M.I. 2 pjn. TH GRRT GflT/BV Frt. 7;10-»:10 ody- TKane llea'-Tfeaton "Sleepei" " McClellan Seeks $3 Billion Cut From Budget W A S M I N f i T O X -- Sen. John . M c C l c l l n n , D-Ark.. c h a i r m a n T the Senate Appropriations ot nin it Ice, said T h u r s d a y the nmmir.ce would t r y lo cut bout $3 billion from the ad- i in istrat ion's budget for the cm ing f i s c a l year. McClellan said t h a t £oal was ct hpforc it was learned lha'- 10 tolal o u t p u t of ^otids aiui c i v i c e s s u b s t a n t i a l l y declined . the f i r s t quar'er of 1 vhilc t h e rate of i n f l a t i o n l a i n e d . " I f these a l a r m i n g trends 'ontinue unabated, \vc ma veil liavc to review and adjust he e.s'.imales presented tiorc ir rdcr to deal reponsihly will' be i m p e n d i n g crisis," he .said. Si.\ subcommittees recom sendee! reductions lolaliiig $5.7 lillion from the $\92A biJIiot ludget proposed by the Presi lent, McClellan said. Three other subcommittees ie said, suggested increases to aling $2.7 billion. NOW SHOWING Open 7:45 I FHMEKTH FUTURE F1M K-CKIHONOFTIK5g'sl Chuck Berry Little Richard Fats Domino Chubby Checker Bo Diddley 5 Salins The Sriirelles The Coasters Danny and the Juniors special Guest star Bill Haley ?£? Comets | Let The Good Times Roll 8:10 -- PLUS _ S§ GARY GRIMES Class o LATE BONUS "THE FIRST TIME" HELEN HELP US 'Insufferable Boor' Ruins Pleasant Job Beading Edited Transcripts By HELEN AND SUE BOTOa IMlllllMllllilllHUUIIIWIillllllillltllllliniLIEIIIM ·ear Helen: I am a clerk in a retail store lat is u n l i k e any other I know, \!l of us get along truly better h a n do some families. The a s s i s t a n t lo the general uanager oj the main store lownloivn is our o n l y problem, le lives in ttic v i c i n i t y of our uhurbiin store and occasionally "rops in " u n o f f i c i a l l y . " He is bful person. This man never has a goorl v n r r i to say to a n y o n e anri owngradcs everything f r o m lie work force to the decor, ie is an i n s u f f e r a b l e boor who l a i m s to have studied psycho- ogy -- In a snake pit no doubt. "Ie bad m o u t h s everyone who shows any independence and 1^5 a p a t t i n g (roving) h a n d for hose u n f o r t u n a t e s who depend ill is jol) for a l i v i n g . He carries talcs and enlarges little n c i d c n t s to m a j o r calastro ihics. Outside of: 1. P r a y i n g for T 00 A V You never outgrow f your [ need! for milk. 53" rucu ORIVc-IN IHEATIT r* 7:M p,m. Tul Brenner "THE KING AND I" 7 p.m. r*MIIM* Faatun 7:3* p.m. Malcom McDowell "O r Lucky Man' THE WZ/A HUT DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. K* PIZZA, MHWlfH f UPKEtO m At Bonanza you don't have to eat in the parking lot. DrwMis are nice.Tor kids. Kidsdon't take up rnuch room, so they don't mind the cramped quarters ofa car. They don't mind if they get ketchup on their dotbea and mustard on their no;e. Tiey haven't worked all day, so they cknfterave relaxation. And they love hamburgers. At Booarua, our parking lot i s for parking your car. You leave it there and e a cpaet dimer at one of onr roomy Instead of hard cement and headlights we have roft wall-to-wall carpeting and indirectlighting. Of course, your kids can still have hamburgers, but you can have a steak. Don't you deserve to have what you want to h ave for di nncr? Bonanza ,. The family restaurant even a father could love. and French fries. $1.19 $1.29 Shrimp Dinner 1 / $2.29 m ; 2. Q u i t t i n g ; 3, J u s t staring m down: w h a t recourse do e have? -- Getting Shafted By Boor car GSBB: Try -Numbers 1 and 3. but uhstitute for Number 2 a coma i n l to the store c h a i n ' s top lan, signed by all you subur an w o r k e r s . A manager's assistant has no ght throwing his weight r o u n d in another manager's ailiwick, and your manager iculd be the first to tell him! -- H. 'car Helen: 1 was shocked at the vicious ess of the- writer who hcapet buse on you and Sue for your nswers to t h e seduced aru r e g n a n t 12-year-old. H e emed to think t h a t bearing n unwanted child would "tcac! er a lesson." and that Planncc arailhood was an organization : the Devil. Not so! To suggest that a mere chile iioukl not get an abortion, bill ilould he encouraged to con n u e the pregnancy is utterl r u e l . It is a medical fact lha oung teenagers have d i f f i c u l rc-gnancies, with more risk l nother and baby. Most i m p o r t nt. the lasting emotional a n t sychnlogical effects of child irlh on a girl of 12 would prob bly be d e v a s t a t i n g , and cer a i r i l y profound -- if she sur ivcel the ordeal. How a b o u t some compassion or the living, rather t h a n the nhorn? T h i s m a u d l i n concern :ir the "rights" of embryos hove the r i g h t of women ant iris is utterly i n h u m a n e b r i n g i n g a hahy into the worl( s a serious and beautiful ex erionce; it should take plac nly when the w o m a n is physic My a n d emotionally prepare' -- for the baby's sake as muc s for hers. -- Mother Of Six P.S. I wonder if this ma North tAMY-OUT AVAIUIU S21.3S65 ARKANSAS INSTIiUMENT TV RADIO S E R V I C E Free Pkkup Delivery "Color Specialist!" 443-5552 or 12-9356 *"?·*· equipment at 15-J»% off. Call for fr*o catato;. Networks Plan Marathon Weekend Specials By J A Y SHARBUTT NEW Y O R K ( A P ) -- Two lore broadcast news specials re coming up this weekend on ho controversial edited tran- cripts of President Nixon's aped conversations with key Vatergate figures. One of the shows, on NBC-TV ate Saturday n i g h t , will run 90 minutes, the- longest by far of ictwork news specials on the ranscripts. CBS aired an hour news special Wednesday night, v h i l e ABC's version Thursday night ran 38 minutes. But the NBC u n d e r t a k i n g is a s m a l l bite of air time compared with a marathon 32-hour session on the transcripts that the ,Vashinglon-hased Nationa! Public Radio system is offer i n g . NPR, which serves 164 public radio stations, says v i r t u a l l y al 1,308 pages of the transcript ^resident N i \ o n submitted the rlouse J u d i c i a r y Committee will he read aloud on the air. Before concerned listeners start recommending throat spe cialists, it should be known thai readers at six p a r t i c i p a t i n g NPR s t a t i o n s will take t u r n s al .he oral history. The 32 hours w o n ' t be con seciltive, either. NPR says it's h e i n g served up in 16-hour chunks Saturday and S u n d a y vith periodic updates on w h a t , ranscript portion is being,read,! as well as reports on new developments in the transcript controversy. N P R ' i read-a thon commences at 8 a.m. EOT Saturday and continues until midnight, with the same schedule "or Sunday, NPR says. NBC-TV's transcript session, anchored by John Chancellor, is set to begin at 11:30 p.m. EOT Saturday. The show tea- :ures an u n u s u a l touch for a woulrl feel d i f f e r e n t l y if It were his 12-year-old who had been seduced? KIR Times Endorses City Manager Setup NORTH UTTLE ROCK (AP) -- The North Little Rock Times said in an editorial Thursday that North Lititle Rock should turn to the city manager form of government. The editorial marked the weekly newspaper's first en dorsement of the city manager system. The Times said the city needed a "trained professional'' in the job of administrtor now held by Mayor Robert L. Rosa mond. The editorial said the system is appealing "because it would offer an almost foolproof metb od of keeping u n q u a l i f i e s people out of the chief execu tive's office." network news program. NBC says six "professional eaders" who aren't actors will ie on hand the first 45 minutes jr so to recite key excerpts of he transcript. Each reader will be assigned he words spoken by Die princi pals in the transcript -- President Nixon, John Dean, H. R. l a l d c m a n and so forth -- but it «on't be a dramatic reading. NBC says they're ordered lo avoid that sort of thing. 11 says they'll read in a "noncxurcs- sive manner so as not to convey a particular m e a n i n g where the meaning is anv biguous." A network correspondent wil! precede the reading of each portion by setting the scene line outlining circumstances. The rcmainer of (he program main !y will consist of summaries analyses and interviews wilt congressional leaders, NBC says. Suspect Is Killed DENVER. Colo. (AP) - M chael A. Edwards. 23. of Den ver. whom police say was a suspect in two robberies, wa shot and killed in a holdup al tempt a', a grocery store her Wednesday night, police said. Police said Kdwards was suspect in the 1972 robbery o the Captiol Federal S a v i n g and Loan Association here an in the robbery of the First Na tional B a n k of Althoimer. Ark. "You Gotta Believe" Taco Grande Tacos 2366 N. College Ave. The Month of May Will Be 25c Each Stewart Reveals His Tax Returns KORT S M I T H . A r k . (AP) -avid Stewart ol Danville, who s seeking the Democratic num- lation for the 3rd Congression- District seat. Thursday re- cased his income tax reports or Hie lasl three years a n d liallcnged his opponents lo do le same-. Stewart was in fort Smith to ttend an Arkansas Farm Bu- cau mccling w i I h the three Ihcr Democratic candidates or the scat -- Bill Clinton of ·ayeUcvillc, state Sen. Gene iiiimvaler of Greenwood and itn Scanlon of Greenland. Stewart said his adjusted ross income was $4.115 for 071. $21,874 for 1972 and $21,894 or 13711. lie sair! he had received J4,- 97 while serving on the Arkansas Claims Commission and m i l of his income was from his josition as deputy prosecutor in 1'ell County. Stewart also said he owned a i f t h interest in a small cable clevision company at Danville uid 20 shares of stock in the Jiinville State Bank. ilc said he was releasing the iitoi'maliun so thai it would show 1 that he has no conflict of "ntcrest. DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to chanf* without notice KTEW, Tuba, Channel 2 (CkMinri t an ubto i KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel S KOTV, Tuba, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburgh, Channel 7 KTU1, Tulsa, Channel 8 iChinnel «fi ubl« in Fiyrttnllto) KOED-TV(ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, Joplin, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 (Channel 9 on eaBI* in Fiyrttavilto) CABLE TELEVISION NBC-CBS-ABC etv 9 CH, TV Tim* -- Weather -- Muste 9 Channels -- FM Radio, All on "The Cable" O WARNER CABLE of Fayeftevilfo Phone 527-7730 GET OtiT OF TOWN Drive out lo Hickory CrMk R«c. Area and dfne at THE BARN Mt last off Hwy. 71 Stfaki and shrimp, hommade einnaman rdll, rtNsIm, and salads. Family style fish fry Friday. Bar BQ Rib. Saturday. Op«n 5-10 p.m. Sat and Sim. 12 noon-Jo p.m. Closed Man. and Tues. e»m» see HE at beautiful Bearer Lake. MOVIES ON TV FRIDAY NIGHT 7:00 p.m. Ch. 2 "The Lonely Profession" (1969) Harry Guardino, lean Jogger, Barbara McNair. 8:00 p.m. Ch. 6 "Our Man Flint" (1965) James Coburn. 8:00 p.m. Ch. 16 "Terror on the Beach" (1973) Dennis Weaver, Estelle Parsons, Scott Hylands. 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6 "The House That Dripped Blood" (1971) Denholm Elliot, Nyree Down Porter. 10:30 p.m. Ch. B "Four for Texas" (1962) Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Ursula Andress. 10:00 p.m. Ch. 16 "The Beast in the Cellar" (1971) Beryl Reid, Flora Robson. 1:30 a.m. Ch. 3 "Bunny lake is Missing" (T965) Laurence Olivier, Carol Lynley. Saturday Night TV MOVIES-SATURDAY NIGHT ...ETAOIN 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 - "The Cot Creature" (1973) David Hedison, Meredith Baxter, Stuart Whitman 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 - "You'll Ljke My Mother" (1972) Patty Duke, Rosemary Murphy, Robert Thomas 10:30 p.m. Ch. 2 -- "Sanctuary" (1961) Le« Remick, Yves Montand, Bradford Djllmqn 10:30 p.m. Ch. 3 -- "The Proud and the Profane" (1956) William Holden, Deborah Kerr 10:30 p.m. Ch. 5 -- "Deliver Us From Evil" (1973) George Kennedy, Jan-Mfchael Vinncent 10:30 p.m. 6 -- "Return to Peyton Place" (1961) Carol Lynley, Jeff Chandler, Eleanor Parker AUTO INSURANCE · $50,000 Liability · $2,000 Medical · Uninsured Motorist · $ Year Renewable Guarantee Safe $| £» «5ft Quarter Drivers lOiOU 1 Premium MeCARTNEY-FAUCETTE Phone 442.233S 2141) N. COLLEGI 1974 COLOR TV NOW~AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 1333 N. College M2-837S 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 751-7M1 SPRINGDALE, ARK. 10:30 p.m. Ch. 7 -- "from Here to Eternity" (1953) Burt lancoster, Montgomery Clift, Frank Sinatra 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Night After Night" (1932) George Raft, Constance Cummjngs, Mae West 11:00 p.m. Ch. 8 - "Road to Utopia" (1945) Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour 11:00 pm. Ch. 12 -- "The Sins of Rachel Cade" (196T) Angie Dickinson, Peler Ffnch 12:00 p.m. Ch. 2 -- "Lunch Hour" (1962) Robert Stephens, Shirley Ann Field FRIDAY EVENING * 5:00 News I, World Report : Truth or Con-sequences ...... Andy Griffith To Tell The Truth Mister Rogers * 5:30 News 2, 3, 5. 7. 6. F.lecine Co Twilight Zone Truth or Consequences * 6:00 Consultation News 2. 3, 5. 6. 7. !. 15. To Tell The Truth Treasure Hunt Adam-12 Drajnet 8, Wall Street Week H«e Haw Hogan'* Eeroej * 7:00 Movie I've Got A Secret San ford and Son Ddrf Sally 0 Brady Bunch 8, Washington Week In Review ., ^ 7:3ft - Lotsa Luck! 3 5, Good Time* 6. Six Million Dollar Man . . . . 8, Interface * 8:00 Girl With Something Extra 3, 3, Movie 6, SeAwor.d Masterpiece, Theatre Brian Keith ............ 2, 3 J. Odd Couplt ................ a. * 9:M Dean Martin .............. 2. !, S, Tn»ide Oklahoma Education ---- II Toma ...................... «. 12 * 3:30 -Pilot riim I« Today'. Yoga 11 * 10:00 Nev,'S 2. 3, «j «, T, 8, 12. ! *· 10:30 -Movie 6, 8 36 Fishin' Hole .; 12 Johnny Carson 2. 3. S 7 * 11:00 Country Place 12 * 11:30 Billy Walker'j Country Carnival 12 * 12:00 Someone at the To nof the Stairs 12 Midnight Special 2. J. ». J * 12:30 -Someone al the Top of the Statni % *1:30- Movle t SATURDAY MORNING 8:00 Drury PrxenH I * 6:30 Agriculture U.S A. I Time For Timothy I * 7:00 - Lidsville I I. I 7 Hair Bear Bunch 9 M Bugs Sunny «. IS * 7:30 A d d a m s Family J. J. » 7 Sabrina A. II Yogi's Garjj «. 12 * 8:00 Emergency Plus 4 .... t 3. 5. 7 Movie 8. 16 Super Friend« t, 13 * 8:J9 Inch High Private «T» I i, J. T *9:0fl- Sfj^mond and the Sea Monsters J.3.J.7 My Favorite Martian «. 1« Lassie's Rescue Hanren I * 9:39 - a 4 16 » ' " Pink Panther Z, J. 5. 7 Jeannie 0. 16 Goober the Ghoet Chaaerx g. 12 * 10:00 Brady Kid« a 12 Star Trek 2. 3. 5, 7 Speed Buggy 6. l« * 10:30 Josie and the Puuycata . . . 6. 16 Butch Cajwidy 2, 3. 5, 7 Mission: Magic '. S, 12 * 11:0»- Pebbles and Bamm Bamm . . . . 6, 16 Movie 8. 12 Jetsons 1 3, S. 7 * 11:18 - ' Go I, 3. 7 Motorcycle 14 2 Fat Albert and the Coetry Kid* 6 16 Sport* Review 5 SATURDAY AFTERNOON * 1Z:H OU Settler Show i American BandcUnd 8 Teen Hop 12 CBS Children'* Feudal .... 6 It Fiehin 1 Hole 2 Children'. Hour 3 Fun Club 7 W U:3»- Molorcycle 74 3 Gene William* 5 Greatest Sporte Lefende 7 * l:0» Wrestling S I rream of Jeannie fl American Bandstand 12 Baseball Pre-Geone Show 2. I, 7 Untamed World 1« Move Cloer T» Tvnr World .. I * 1:15 -- Baxball t, J. T * 1:M Wrestling « Building for the Blind !« F»cti of Plehrnf ~ * 2:00- Sportsman Green Acres Championship * 2:30 Byron Nelson Wilburn Brot * 3:00 Buck Owens CBS Golf Cha Indians for I * 3:M That Good d Eye To Eye * :»0 Kentucky Derb Big Valley Car and Track Spo rt»m an'i F Wide World of Setame Street Parent O-j m» World of Survival Star Trek Wilburrj Brothers Beaver Lake Mi*ter Rogers Porter Wagoner * 5:10 News .... New s Porter Wagoner Reason*r Report Electric Company * «:M Hodgepodge Lodf* Hee Haw Jimmy Dean New» Lawrence Welk Fishing '.'.'.'.'. . Golf Classic 5. 8. ^e^s mplonship ndians e Nashville Music by 6. Irland ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' f Sport! 5 8. Ival e Nuhvllla Music ners Show er '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'." i."s." i" er *c-r1 wny EVENING .edf* J. J. 5. k 'I Bland Up s [2 8 12 6 6 16 11 H, 11 16 3 7 12 ]1 7 E ^ 7 IS 11 6 A 16 7 11 11 6 12 8 Cheer * B:M -- CarrBscolc Sr " nelhinfi Exlr Treasure limit Bobby Goldsboro That Good Ole Nashville Horn Brothers I've Got a Secret '.' * 7:00 - · P a r t r i d g e Family Emergency . . ... 2 A l l In The Family .... Zoom ' * 7:311 _ War and Pcaca Movie .... Mash .v;;;; * 8:00 -Movie .... 9 Mary Tyler Moor* * 8:30 Bob Newhart * 9:00 -Owen Marahail ".'.'.'. '.'. '. ".". Carol Burnett if IQ'EM) News . . . . 2 2 5 8 7 * I O : M - ' Movie " 3 5 Streets of San Francisco ' Horn Brothers Movie * 11:30 -Movie Movie W.icky World *f Jonathan Winters Wrestling * 1:90- News , Soul Train t . . . . Music . . (t. . 3 5. - «. .*."«,' 1. 5. -- t .. «, '.. 9. ft 12 «. 7. ·

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