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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 23

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NorthweM Arkansa* TIMES, Wed.. May 22, 1974 F A Y C T T E V I L L E , A R K A N » « $ 100% MEAT No filler, No a r t i f i c i a l coloring. Vaycllcvlllc's Finest Hot Dog THE LAST GREAT AMERICAN HOT DOG STAND Behind Palace Drug Store Faubus To Visit Area On Friday F o r m e r Governor Or vat iuilius. who is seeking to return to tlio State House this year, will bo in t h e Springdalc- KaycUcville area Fritiav, An i t i n e r a r y released by Yau~ bus iKvulqiiarlers shows t h e H u n t s v i l k ' politician in the Hen- Kinville-Ko^r.s area for a r u l l y F r i d a y u n c i then in tlic- Spriiiu- diilc-KiiycUcvLHc n r c a for a n o t h e r rally. Times and locations liave not vet been announced. Faubus w i l l be in Fort Smith Friday n i g h t for a rally. Scheduled lo appear with Faubus is former Louisiana Governor Jimmy Davis, h i s w i f e who is a lifclime member of Ihe "Chuck Wagon Gang." and Davis' country music band. NOW SHOWING Play Boy Magazine ANGEL TOMPKINS IS BONANZA BURGER ,' 4 ib, pure beef -CO-HIT- 50 THEM UF£ IS A BALL tut .LASS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Policewoman Poses As Streetwalker W I L M I N G T O N , Del. (AP) Police credit a rookie police- w o m a n w i t h a scries of arrests in ;i c a m p a i g n a g a i n s t street prostitution. Officers h a v e arrested 4l men who 1 believed the a t t r a c t - ive patrolwoman was a streetwalker and propositioned her. Police says the tactic of arresting men for soliciting prostitute was tried after re leatcd arrests of streetwalkers n a downtown .section of Wil- mingon failed to get lasting results. "f feel sorry [or the wives nil not the husbands," said j.vnn Caulk, 23. who took on the vice scjuad assignment for four nights earlier this month. "We'we (lone more to hit vice with Lynn than we've done in the last two or three years,' said Cant. John M. Heller. On the f i r s t niglit, the soft- spoken pairolwoman -said she dressed in slacks and sneakers and fell somewhat imeasj about the assignment. Once a man made fin offer to SUNDAYNITE ONLY! The family restaurant even a father could love. 2356 N. College Fayelreville Phone 521-3565 iji Monk PBS 'Auction' Service Gets Underway This Week Bows His Way Up Pacific Coast OTTER ROCK. Ore, (AP) young American Buddhist onk is j o u r n e y i n g up Ihe Pa- fic Coast, dropping to his noes every third step and niching his forehead lo (he round in a bow, Behind trudges a second nonk carrying a heavy pack ncl pulling a cart loaded with quipment. He doesn't how, hut f has pledged lo support the thcr on a 1.200-mile trip from an Francisco to Jlarblemount, ,'ash. The Buddhists hope to set up moruistary at Marblemount 11 40 donated acres. They left San Francisco last jcl. H and hope to reach Mar- Icmount by late summer, hey cover about six miles a ay. The monk who bows is Hcng of to larblemoimt was inspired by ,hu Yw, a monk who bowed is way across China in a 6.000- lile. three-year pilgrimage at :ic turn of the century. Hcng Ju, 29. says the bowing an expression of humility ind that its repetitiveness helps develop ttie sin^le-miudeclness hat is important o his reii gion. lly JAY SIIAKDUTTT NEW YORK (AP) -- The' Public Broadcasting Service's new program "auction" is s t a r t i n g this week, with the national and f a t e of certain veteran proposed new lished as the result of the first two rounds. ' Under the new program cooperative plan, (he Corporation f o r P u b l i c Broadcasting, charged with a d m i n i s t e r i n g federal f u n d s for public broad- shows directly decided by local public V officials. The new system, called the 'station program cooperative," asks the stations to pay a percentage of the cost for about 98 new and established programs hey'd have gotten Iree from ?iiS in past years. Under the plan, approved last m o n t h by most of the nation's 51 public TV licensees, the sta- ions tell PBS which of the 98 national shows they'd he willing to help finance for the 1974-75 eason. The i n f o r m a t i o n is fed to a casting, won' t finance n a t i o n a l programs beyond two years. This, it says, is because federal f u n d s for such shows are dwindling. But it says the mam objective is to stimulate greater local financial support of public TV stations, as well as more direct responsibility by them in their program selections. PBS ales u, formerly Tim Testu cattle. He says the trip computer, which calcu- the per station cost of icr. she notified nearby undercover detectives by a prearranged signal and casually strolled away as they moved in o make the arrest. Mrs. Caulk, who normally works as a uniformed patrol officer in a squad car, said her insband wasn't upset by the assignment. She also told her mother about it beforehand. 'f figured I'd better tell her about it before someone who knew me saw me on the corner and called." she said. each show or series proposed in "program catalogue" t h a t now is in the h a n d s of public TV station officials. The cost lo each station in ·eases or decreases, depending on how many stations "buy" the show. PBS says there'll be three phases to its program auction. Step one, now underway, is a "preference round" in which all the stations notify PBS of shows they will or won't help finance. Step two is an "elimination round," in which each station a f t e r learning how much it'l nave to pay for specific shows r scries, must decide if the ; rice is right or too high for its udget. In the f i n a l round, which PBS says may be completed by the first week in June, the station: formally agree lo buy shows a the per station price estab REDECORATE The finest in residential interiors and exteriors. JOSEPH G. PRICE Contractor of Fine Painting. 521-.1598 SUNDAY NITE ONLY7 WEE TICKCT TO COMING AURACTIONTOAIL DRIVIRS PLUS FREE BREAKFAST After 4th Feature Sun. Mat ·'·^ : TM!y j *- 7 '^sisrt» 2 p.m RMJt NEWMAN ROBERT REDTORD tt $c" THE STING W I X X K U OF SEVEN A C A D E M Y AWARDS IjK'Imliii^ IleM lecture Fuunicsl Western s i n c e "Cat Ballon" (R) Mel Brcob ·BUZZING SADDLES G r f g u r y Peck LAST 2 DAYS M H. IJtOU'MMU* ret. Sun.-Thurj, 7:4S Fri.-Sat. 7:00-S:W Sun Mai. 2 p.m. (PC) *^ ni im 'fit. Bi«curl 7:00 -- Cat 1:4! waft Disney DOUBLE FEATURE "Thot Dorn Cat" Th« Biscuit later" Robert Redfonl ·'Jeremiah Johnson" A SYDNEY POLLACK FILM The man who became a legend. The film destined to be a classic! ROBERT RSDFOiiD [n A Sydney Poter-SFttn "JEREMIAH JOHNSON" A Jr^j \', f i:.:ri.Erir.!.-:d F. r cc'^:;:rn ALLYN A'. : )J I.';LES!E- STEFAW G1ERASCH · CHARLES TYNER- And D,-£:ied by Sydney Poilac'r;* P^r.=';;;::r.'-7c:r.n:cc[:T* Ce'«:ralir,3 Y.'d^r ci;s. i::.1 A-;r.:%ersir A War^r Comrr.miralbr.s ONE WEEK ONLY! MALL TWIN CINEMA #2 MINI TEK#l(Fusmith) STRAND (Clarksville) OPENING FRIDAY, MAY 24 Pa»s Lilt Suspended) Ch*ck Theatrn for Show Times DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM CONTINUOUS FROM DARK 3 SHOWS NITELY PH. 423-6010 Lester Praised By Doug Brandon Doug Brandon, Democratic andidato lor lieutenant govcr or in the preferential primary, as issued a statement praising ,'ashington County Judge Vol · ester, for his "support" of the ·late Aid program of Rural Brandon authored ' t h e 1373 Airal Roads program act. The stale candidate says he ins been informed by the st;i lighway Department thai 13.1 nilcs of rural roads and i'idge have been completed in Vashinglon County u n d e r tho Brandon 'there has stated thii a great need to ipgradc not only highways, a ^ u c h , but moreover t, trengthen and improve th state's farm-to-market run: ·OIK! system." District Nurses Set Springdale Meeting Two officials of the Arkansas t a l c Nurses Association ASNA) will be guest speakers it t h e district nurses meeting o be held at 6:30 p.m .June at the Holiday Inn in Spnng- ·jale Mrs. Nettie Jane Goss of M\e Hock, president of the ssociation and Mrs. Alice Springs also of Little Rock, cxe- "utive director wi'.l speak on ·ASNA -- How the Professional ·Validation Can Benefit You." AH registered nurses in dis- .ricl 17, which includes Benton, Madison and Washington coun- ics arc invited lo attend the lutch-trcal dinner. The association is conducting .1 statewide drive (o obtain 509 :icw members by August 1. The TIMES Is On Top of The' News Seven Days a Week I An ARTHUR PJACOBS Production [Gr] /MarkTtvain's Sg^l] ,, uckleberryjpnn A Alusical Adaptation SH(.-Sun. Mte. 2 p.m. O Z A R K Fayetreville --442.4561 STARTS FRIDAY SPECIAL SHOWINGS WII.I, KK A R R A N G E D FOR SCHOOL OKOUS'S 15V CALLING SIRS. KAY AT 521-7005 Open «:15 5(i, w Times Fri.-Sdt- 7:00-9:00 Sun. thru Thur. One Show at 7:45 DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change vilhoul notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 {Channel 8 en cable in Fayerteville) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Channel 4 on cable in Fayettevlllc) KOED-TV (tTV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, Joplin, Channel 12 KUM1, Joplin, Channel 16 [Channel i on cable in FiyetUvillt) CABLE TELEVISION NBC-CBS-ABC etv 9 CH, TV Time - Weather - Music 9 Channel! - FM Radio All on "The Cable" WARNER CABLE of Fayetteville Phone 521-7730 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 John Forsythe, Joh MOVIES ON TV Wednesday Night John Forsythe, John Mclntlre, Sea 10:30 p.m. Ch. S-16-"Puppei on a Cha Sven-Bertil Taube, Barbara Parkins -- "The Healers" (1974) John Mclntlre, Season Hubley " P u p e i on a Chain" (1972) AUTO INSURANCE 41 $r,n,f)llli l.inliiliiy « $2,000 Medical · Uninsured Motorist · 5 Year Renewable Guarantee Safe $ /» ££tf| Quarter Drivers ASjnOW Premium McCARTNEY-FAUCETTE Piionn 412-2]]; 2140 N. COLLEGE Thursday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 6 -- "Harlow" (1965) Carrol Baker, Angela Lansbury, Raf Vallone 8:00 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Joy in the Morning/' (1965) Richard Chamberlain, Yvette Mimieux 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 - ..... "Reflections in a Golden Eye" (1967) Brian Keilh, Elizabeth Taylor, Marlon Brando GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory creek Rec. Are* ·nd dine at THE BARN 264 East off Hwy. 71 Steaks and shrimp, homemade cinnamon rolte, relishes, and salads. Family style fish fry Friday, Bar BQ Ribs Saturday. Op«n 5-10 p.m. Sat. and Sun. 12 noon-10 p.m. Cl»t«d Mon. and Tue^ Come ic* u« at beautiful Beaver Uak*. WEDNESDAY EVENING * 5:00 -Twilight Zone .................. 10 Andy Griffith .................. 8 Truth or Consequences ........ 7 To Tel! Tha Truth ............ 3 News ........................ 5.- S Mister Rogers . , ........... ..... LI * 3:30 News ......... 1, 3. 5 6, 7, 12, 1(5 Tnith or Consequences ........ S ; Electric Company ........ 11 ; ·k :OU - I Inside Oklahoma Erfucntion ---- 11 Neva ..... 2, 3. 5, 6 7. 3. 12 16 * li:30 Dragnet Mohan's Heroes To~Tcll The Truth French Chef Hollywood Squares Walt Til Your Father Gets Home ..... . . , .. 16 2 11 3, 12 if I'M Chase 2, 3, 5, 7 Srmny and Cher Comedy Hour 6. 16 Jane Goodalt 8, 12 Washington Connection 11 * 7 : 3 0 Theater In America 11 * 8:00- MoviQ ·. 3, 5, 7 J u l i e and Jaijkte . . . Hou' Sweet It Is S, 12 Cannon 6, 36 * ( l i G l l Doc Elliot S. 13 Knjak 6, 16 Open Mind 11 * 3:30 Today's Yoga 11 * 10:0» News £ 3. 5, 6 7. 8. 12. 1« * 10:30 -- 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 2333 N. College 442-8575 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 fiS WEST 751-7961 SPRIXGDALK, ARK. Candid Camera: A 25th Anniversary- Salute S 1 Movie 6. 1 Johnny Carson 2, 3 5. * 12:00 -Tomorrow 2 V?2:M"-Project + 1:00 Tulsa Youth Forum THURSDAY MORNING-* 6:25 Moments of Meditation .... *6:30- SMS Fonim ... Garner Ted Armstrong .... * 6:35 -Inspiration * 6:40- NCTVS * 6:15 News * 6:50 Light of Life Today In Agriculture * 6:55 Harvest Time Tabernacle .. Profeet *7:00 Timmy and Las!e CBS News Country Muaic TifiM Today Z, J * 7:30 Cartoon* *l:W- i Captain Kangaroo ISf«amD Strict , Cartoon Circus * S:iO Oklahoma: Thursday ... . * 3:00 - a | Dinah Shore iSesame Street ··· 619 A.M. Joker's Wild 2- IJ'5 Your Bet ..,.-, Movie * 9:30 Gambit ' ' J e o p a r d y [To Te!I The Truth .... 3;* 10:00 - 8 -.Vow You See It Wizard of Odds All My Children * 10:39 Brady Bunch Love of Life Hollywood Squares * 10:55 -Coffee Break CBS News if 11:00 Jackpot Password Young and R**tless ,. * 11:30 Celebrity Sweepstakes Search Cor Tomorrow . Split Second * 11:55- 16iTHtin.Sn.4Y AFTEBNOON- " * 12:00 -News 2. 6, 7. 13 Phil Donahue Table Talk All My Children * 12:15 Leave it to Carol Three on A Masch I Let's Make A Deal ' As The World Turn* , '; Edge Of N'ight 5. 7 S, 8 6. Melody Matinee ' 1 : 0 0 -- uuMIng L'ghl Days Of Our Lives 2. 3. ». ".'.., 6,' Doctors Girl In My Life ·if 2:00 -Price Is Right Another World General Hospital Match Game 6 How To Survive Marriage 2, 3. 5 One Life To Live * Joker's Wild ................. Dinah Shore Uncle Zcb ................ , Dick Van Dyke .............. Al! My Children ............. Fcttiroat junction ........... Lucy Show ........ . ........ Three On A Yal~h .......... * -1:00 Star Trek Fugitive Jeopardy ..... ................ Merv Griffin ................ I Dream nf Jeinnie Andy Griffith ..... . Gomer Py !e U9MC ......... Bonanza - ....... . ..... Sesame Street . . * 4:31) Beverly Hillbilliei ........... Bonanza Lucy Show ................ Beat Ihe Clock ETENINO- Dragnet Police SurRcon Ruck Owens iu 1 login's Heroes 5 To Tel! The Truth 5, It 7 13 IS .... 5 To Tel! The Truth 2 ... 2 Newsmakers , 11 .. 12 Slim Wilson i , 2. 3. 5, *. Tattlei.ilea Cartoons Today's Yoga Somerset . $10,OW Pyramid A- 3:30 Eye To Ey« Twilishl Zone ................ Xews ...................... To Tell The Tmlh ........... Andy Griffith ........... Truth of Consequences ....... Mister Rogers ................ * S:3I -- Xows ............ 2, 3. 5. 6, 7, Electric Comnany ............ Truih or Consequences ..... * t:M -- N'cws ...... 2, 3, S 6, 7, S. Woman ... .......... . ......... Hip Wilson Chopper One Advocalcs The W^llons * 7:30 - Flrehouse * 8:00 -Ironside Movie ................. . ..... Kline Fll .................... firing Line *»:«« Streets nf San Francisco Who's Afraid of Opera *9:30 Today's Yoga * 10:00 -News .......... 2, 3. 3.6. 7. *, 12. I« * 10:30 .Entertainment Hall of Fame Awards .................... 8. 12 Movie ........................ 6. 16 Johnny Carson ........ 2, 3. 5 7 Tomorrow News * 12:25 Project * 1:00 Source 2, 3, 5. 1 8, 12 11 6. 16 8, 12 2. 3, 5, 7 ..... S. IB 8, 12 II 11

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