Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 12, 1974 · Page 11
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

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Sunday, May 12, 1974
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NOW SHOWING Stewardesses 8:20 NOW SHOWING Open 7:30 · Show 8:20 CO-HIT LATE BONUS FEATURE UMBELS' a WILD WOMEN · Sun. MBl ·»«"»*I»l{.«;«««n«»- 2 p.m. "'·"" MU.WWMAN MOMRTUDrORD "^ THE STING WINNBK OF SEVEN ACADEMY AWARDS Including Best Picture Funniest Western since "Cat Ballou" (R) Mel Brooks ·BUZZING SADDLES Open CMS '* "a*°ix* mu FM. 7:20 -9:15 (PG Sun. Mat. 2 pjn. The Spikes Gang Trie TIMES It On Top of Th» N*ws Day» a W«lcl » NORMAN JEWISON F*n "JESUS CHRIST SLPERSIAR" -PLUS- Milk Goes Metric SYDNEY (AP) -- Milk is Ihc alcst product lo go metric as Australia moves deeper into the system. "Milk bottles now hold 600 mil- lilitres. a litlle more than the old pint holtle, the equivalent of 568 millililres. The cost in Sydney for the new bottle is 16 Australian cents (24 U.S. ccnls) compared with 15 cents (22.5 U.S. cents) for the old pint. Democratic Candidates Gather (CONTINUID FROM PAGE OND salaries in the state will have date Bob Rilcy, said Dr. Riley Can't Sleep TORONTO (AP) -- The tax department received a letter along with a tax return recently. "I haven't been able to sleep since cheating on my income tax," the letter read. "Am enclosing a check for $500. If still unable to sleep, will mail you the balance." I « « A A«QnR* Daily jfcw ARKANSAS INSTRUMENT TV RADIO SERVICE .^ drum slowly A WILD WEEKEND ;5Urrin t CINDY HILTON DICK C»SSIDY TBr-riTv^-, 3 SHOWS NrreLY - · KI-WIT J CONTINUOUS FROM DARK DEEP LOVE increased on an average ot about $2.000 during his terms as governor. HITS 'SYSTEM' Cynicism wiis also discussed by Bumiwrs who sakt. "I have talked to too many people who are deeply suspicious, who distrust the system and who especially distrust the people in it." Gubernatorial c a n d i d a t e David Pryor said that during a political campaign there arc usually a lot of rumors, counter rumors, charges and countercharges. There are a lot of "campaign promises and a lot of high class slogans"...and most of the time these somehow have a way of getting lost after the election is over.'' He said he is not making any statement in one part of the state that he docs not make in every part of the state. "I come to Fayetteville without one promise, without wishing or saying t h a t I'm going to appoint a highway commissioner from Fayetteville. I'm not here to promise you that I'm going to JUild you a four-lane highway I m not here to promise you that I'm going to show any spc cinl treatment to this town--or :his county." He stressed his commitmen lo education. "We believe tha the people who stand in these r o p o s e d adoption of a riinimum salary schedule for ublic schools personnel based the national average with a eviation factor provided by a ormula which .would include a ercentage increase of current alaries plus a cost of living ndex to progress for a six year arget date at which time Arkansas' teachers salaries would . p p r o x i m a t e t h e national verage, Mrs. Ann Henry, master or :eremonies ( introduced the five a n d i d a t e s for Washington ;ounty sheriff and incumbent Tficeholders who have no ^position in the Democratic irimary. Other speakers were Doug Srandon, Kenneth Coftelt and 'oe Purcell, who are running or lieutenant governor, and Bill Clinton, David Stewart, Jim ·canlon and Gene Rainwater ivho arc seeking the Thirc Congressional District Hou. seat. classroom: instruct ou; IWITHL4KOUIMMU* Fet. Sun.-Thurs. 7:45 Fri.-Sat. 7:04-9:40 Sun Mat. 2 p.m. (PC) GflVSV . HI 7:0« Sun. Mat. 1 "·"" ~ »,.,..«-«M»l irtfi Mon.-Thurs., 7:45 Pt»J Frf.-Sat-Sun. 7:30-9:10 c ^/ood\r Tiane cAlleq, and: Keaton NORTH and SOUTH SMORGASBORD ALL THE PIZZA end SALAD You Can Eat $145 1 MONDAY 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. children are entitled to a deccn wage and a heller way of life ' he said. "If I'm elected gove'r nor education is going lo be the number one goal and thi n u m b e r one challenge for thi state." CITES PLEDGES He also spoke of his commit mcnts to improved health care h e l p f o r veterans; drui rehabilitation and a "polilica climate that is unlike the politi cal climate that existed who f was a young person...a politi cal climate t h a t was dominate by a political machine..." The qiteslion is, he said whether or nol Arkansas i going (o move the hands of th clock backwards. Whether o riot we are going to continu in our forward position..." Dr. Roy Allen, who spoke ii behalf of gubernatorial cand Truck Windshields Broken By Vandals The windshields on threi trucks were broken out by van dais Friday night or Saturday morning at (he Gregory Center 515 W. Spring St. Kayetteville police said rock were apparently used to inflic the damage. The trucks, all owned b' Herb and Gloria Sanders" agents for Atlas Van Lines were parked inside a fencei enclosure at the center. J. K. Gregory, owner of th center, told police that this wa the fourth incident of vandalisn at the center since Novembe of 1973. Tanks Stolen Don Richey, 2100 N'. Leveret Ave., told police Saturday tha two-five gallon gasoline tank had been stolen from his boa sometime last week. Richey told police that a larg hole had been cut in the boat' cover and the gas line pullc loose. North**** Arfccm*!* TIMES. Sun., May t2, 1974 * 11A CONFERENCE AT DEMOCRATIC RALLY .. .(1. to r.) Clark McClniton ,Mrs. Morriss Henry, Mrs. J. W. Fulbright and David Pryar Ford Confers With Nixon HOUSTON CAP) -- Vice President Gerald R. Ford said Saturday that his hour-long conference with President Nixon Friday was arranged after news reports said he had attacked the President in a speech. The unusual conference set off new speculation in Washington about a possible presidential resignation. Ford, in a commencement speech at College Station, a hundred miles north of Houston, sisid that he spoke Thursday at Eastern Illinois University "on how college students now armed with the vote are to pitch in and clean up our political processes by participating in them. "But the nest day, the news stories said I was making my sharpest attack to date on the President and trying to line myself up with those who are trying to jump off his ship of state without exactly saying so. "Well, I had a long talk with President Nixon yesterday. J told him as I've been telling as many members of the class of '74 us I can reach t h a t the government in Washington isnt about to sink." Ford did not elaborate further on the news stories to which he referred. He spoke at commencement exercises for 1,600 students at Texas AM University before a packed auditorium which seats 8,000. In his speech at Kastern 11 linois, Ford said Watergate ha? caused a loss of confidence in he federal government "which las reached crisis proper- ions.' 1 He added: "The time has come for persons in poetical l i f e to face the th and speak the truth. The time has come for persons in political life to avoid the pragmatic dodge which seeks to obscure the truth." Ford discussed Nixon's release of edited transcripts of White House conversations on Watergate and said, "I believe those documents, painful as they may be, will help establish the truth." CXFKRT WATCH KCPAItt SWIFTS r N«rth Wo** «. BRING THE KIDS Only 10c Per Year of Age DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulso, Channel 2 Ch*niKl * «n eahh i KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (ChMiiol » an cMM* i. KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KOEO-TV (ETV), Tuba, Channel 11 KODE, JopCn, Channel 12 KUH1, Joplin, Channel 16 on oM« In At Bonanza you get a lot more than you pay for. The minute your family walks into an inexpensive restnumnt, you can usuMly.tcllii'snn inexpensive restaurant. But nor-atBonntiia. There are no counters, stoo!s, or long, hnrd benches. At Bonanza, you sit in a comfortable chair nnd at a table like a human being. There Isn't a rocket going on around you. There's no one shouting orders over your head. No one jostling you while you eat. And no one ha nging over your shoulder, making you feel like you have to rush out. In fact, we even'encouraige you to stay. We serve you as much coffee ns you 1 ike far the price of j ust one cup. As for tipping, it's noc allowed, We may be an inexpensive restaurant. But the only tin'ng inexpensive about us [sour delicious food. The family restaurant even a father couU love. CABLE TELEVISION NBC-CBS-ABC etv 9 CH, TV Time - Weather - Music 9 Channels - FM Radio All on "The Cable" WARNER CABLE of Fayetteville Phone 521-7730 MOVIES ON TV SUNDAY NIGHT 7:30-Channel 5, 8, 12- "Ice Station Zebra", Part I, . Rock Hudson, Ernest Borgnine 10:30--Channel 2--"The Naked and the Dead," Cliff Robertson, Raymond Massey, Lili St. Cyr ]0:3-Channel 8--"Yorng Eagles," Charles "Buddy" Rogers, Jean Arthur, Paul lukas 10:30-Channel 6--"The McKeruie Break," Brian Keith, Ian Hendry, Helmut Griem 10:30 Channel 16--"Johnny Come Lately," James Cagney, Grace George, Marjorie Main Monday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-7 -- "Giant" (1956) Elizabeth Taylor, Rock Hudson, James Dean 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- 'The World, the Flesh and the Devil" (1959) Harry Selafonte, Inger Stevens, Mel Ferrer AUTO INSURANCE · $50,000 Liability · $2,000 Medical · Uninsured Motorist · 5 Year Renewable Guarantee Safe f« £» £if\ Quarter Drivers XDiOv Premium McCARTNEY-FAUCETTE W2-ZXH N. COLLIOC GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hicknry Creek Rec. Are* and dine at THE BARN 24 East off Hwy. 71 Steaks and shrimp, homemade cinnamon rolls, relishes, and salads. Family style fish fry Friday. Bar BQ Ribs Saturday. Open 5-10 p.m. Sat. and Sun. 12 noon-10 p.m, Come see us at beautiful Beaver Lake, SUNDAY MORNING * 6:00 Party Line Across the Fenca * 6:30 Today's World Across the Fence Sacred Heart * 6:45 With Tbi.i R i n g Pastors Sludy . . Davcy and Goliath ... * T t O O -Search Outreach Music a n d the Spoken ^ Kiel Power Faith for Today Amazing Grace Voice of Victory * 7:30 Gospel S i n g i n g Jubilee Voice of Victory This is the Life ". Osmonds 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 2333 N. College 442-gJTS Thy Kingdom Come Enconnldr * 8:00 -James Kobinson Revival Fires Bailey's CoiaeLs ... TuLsa Youth Forum . Day ot Discovery ... * 8:30 Thy Kingdom Come .. God Squail . Amazing Chan Billy James IfargU .. 3 5 .. 16 ... 7 , 8. "12 Buy Your Carper Direct From The Local People That Make it. Where You Get The Best And Save The Most. Lawrence Carpet Mills, Inc. HIGHWAY 68 WEST 751-79*1 SPRIXGDALE, A R K . Florald of Truth Oral Iloberls * 9:00 Evan eel 1st ie Temple .. Insight Gospel o f Christ . . . Let The Bible Speak Herald Of T r u t h ... . Rex Humbnrd A l v i n Ailcy: Memor ies a n d Visions II * 3:30 Meet the Press 5 Highway 71 North Phon* 521-3545 Carry-Out Available Film 16 K a t h r y n Kuhlman. 8 Vision On 12 Day of Discovery 7 Oral Roberts , 3 * 10:00 Faith for Today Billy J nines Hnrgis b Call Ihe line i or 2 H. R. Ptifnstuf 12 Revival Fires ,, IE Jer ry Fa Iwel 1 3 Oral Roberts 7 Day of Discovery 5 * 10:30 KUHI Report 16 Hour of Power 8 Make A Wish '. 12 To He Announced 7 Jimmy Sivaggart 5 Rookshelf 6 * 11:00 O t h e r People. O t h e r Places . Webber's World .. ' arch Service 3. 5. 6. 12, 16 * 11:30 Church Service Meet the *, 12:00 O p t i o n : Teen T,ilk To He Announced R. If World Championship Tennis 2, 1 Directions ft C r a f t s of Katy 12 Evangel Tempie 5 SUNDAY A K T E R X O O N if 12:50 -Evangel T e m p l e 5 Issues a n d Answers 8 12 Meet the.- . . , 3 1:00 - Galatfy '74 S G r r e n Acre* 12 Invisible A m e r i c a n s , . , 3 J:30 To Be Announ~cd 3 PI an for Act ion Movie 12 Movie 8 Ozark Outdoors 3 if 2:30 -ORS Sports Spectacular ,, 6, 16 Championship Fishing 3 * 3:00 Stanley Cup Play-Off Issiif-s a n d Answers Movie , ... , * 4:00 World Invitational Tennis Classic 5. 8 Fishing with the Pros CDS Eye on Sporta Fusion Suite * '1:30 Advocate Face the Nation Music Place if !:QQ -C h a m p i o n s h i p Fishinp H a p p y Jack and Helen News Festival of Family Classics . . . GO Minute.? 6* 5:30 Fishing with t h e Pros National Geographic C a n d i d Campus Sportsman Lawrence Welfc -SUNDAY EVKMXG Wild K i n g d o m 3. 6, O k l a h o m a Forum .- N r ws Zoom * 1:34 - rnr World of Disney , N'ova Apple's U'ny , , + 7:30 - McClmirt Who's A f r a i d of Opera Movie M a n n i x Masterpiece Theatre . * A:30 Barnaby Jones , * 9:00 Firing Line if 9:15 -Film ,, 9:10 Rodeo HighUffMj . . . . Marcoe's Scene ...... Sanford and Son . Happy Days Bobby Goldiboro Fishing with Ihe Pro* if IO:W - Xews 2, I. J. «, it «IJ:'$ -Bobby Golrfsboro Movie . Owen Marshall Johnny Carson Championship Fishing . 8 1 3, 5. 1 .. «. 1 2. 3, "s'.'a/ i 5, 8. A- 1 1 : 0 0 -V i r g i n i a n Movie if 11:30 -Beaver La Ice Show * 12:00 -Social Security Sacred Heart ·*· 12: IS Christopher Closeup * 12:30 -- tews MONDAY MORNING * 6:25 -M o m e n t s of M e d i t a t i o n ... * 6:30 ?MS F o r u m . ..... J n r n e r Ted Armstrong ... k 6:33 'nspfration ..* * 6:40 Yews * 6:45 -News * fi:50 Light of Life Today in A g r l c u H u r * if 6:55 - Ifarvest Time Tabernacle Project CBS News "oui 1ry Music Todrvy Timmy and Lassie C a r to ona * S:M Cartoon Circus Captain Kangaroo . rne Street 8:30 Oklahoma: Monday . if 9:00 K's Your B*t 9 A.M JokcM Wild Dinah Shore Sesame Street * l l : M Jackpot 3 5 ,7 M i k e Dcmglaji 2 The Young and R«lless 8, 16 2 3 7 '" ' ' - . 3. i. 7 .... 13 5 Password |* ll:3« 5 Celebrity Sweep-stages Search for Tomorrow Split Sec-ond * 11:55 News M O N D A Y AFTERNOON Religious Town Hall * 12:00 News 2. 6, 7, 12. 1« Phil Donahue Tatilelalk All My Children * 12:15 Leave It To Carol . * IZ:30 Three on a Match _ Let's Make a Deal 5. 8. 12 As The World Turns , Melody M a t i n e e * 1:00 Days of Our Live Guiding Light Nwlywed Garn« * 1:30 - Doctors Girl In My Life .. Edge of Sight ., .... 2. 3. 5. 7 S. 12 fionanza f Sesame Street 11 * :3I1 · Beat The Clock ] 13 . T Beverly Hillblllle ....... *'5:00 To Tell The Truth ............ 3 News ............... .'... 5 8 Andy Griffith .......... . ____ _' g Truth or Consequence* .......... 7 Mister Rogers ................ II World Report ... ........ ; ..... I« * 5:30 Truth or Consequences .......... * Eleeiric Company ........ 11 News ... 2, 3. 5. 6. 7 12 Twilight Zone ................ 18 M O N D A V EVENING * »:M Hodgepodge Lodsre ......... It News .......... 2. 3. !. 8. 7 8, 12, IS * 6:J9 TV 7 Closeup ................. 7 To Tell the T r u t h ........... :.. 2 Untamed World ............. 3 Price is Right .. Another World .... General Hospital ·. ^f 2:30 -- ···· *; Maicb Game ' ';! H° w T ° Survive A Marriage One Life To Live 11 I. S. 7 Gambit .......... , Jeopardy .......... , I-ove. American S t y l e . * 1*:M Now You See It Wizard Of Odd* All My Children n ratty Bunch Ixva OT Life Hollywood Square! if 18:55 -Coffee Break News Tattletales ._ Cartoons 61 To Tell The Truti Today's Yog* * 3:30 Joker's Wild Uncle Zib Dick Van DyVe R i s Eaael -- Art Petticoat Junction Lucy Show All My Children Dinah Shore Three On A Match * 4:W Star Trek Fuflltlv'e Jeopardy Open Door Dragnet Firehouse Hogan's Heroes .., Let's Make A Deal * I'M - Rooklea Guns moke Junior League Go}{ ... Soundsta^e: Seals and Magician GunsmoJce , * 8:00 Here's "Lucy . 1! S. 12 ... 6. 16 S Craftj I t 2 3. 7 ' 9. Ill Fusion Suite -Movie- * 8:30 Dick Van Dyke * »:H Medical Center Washington Straight Talk * 9:30 Pilot Film I Today's Yo^a * 10:N News * 1«:3« - Andy Griffith Comer Pyle. USMC , I Dream of Jeannj* Merv Griffin 2, 3, S. 1, i 12 «. 18 . 11 12 11 2, 3. i, t. T. . 12, K Johnny Canon Polic* Headquarter* .. Movie * 10:13 -Johnny Caraon Movie * 12:00- Xewi Tomorrow . * 1:00 - Ktllgloiu Town Hill . 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