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May 24, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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IBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Fir* *.« Flu. AOUUS ONLY--, ,, ..., NO ONE UNDER 1» ADMITTED CJ R| -CTir ^·°° COMTINUOUS FROM DAMC P * r CSr 3 SHOWS NITIIT - "" VI ' I1 n "' tl I PH. «234010 »«. "'-«"· Vandalism Reported Two incidents of vundalisim occurred at the east campus of Fayelteville High School Wednesday night. Bill Brunner, assistant principal said that red paint was sprayed on the building at 11 p.m. and again at 3 a.m. He said that a Volkswagen and a blue Datsun with camper were observed in the area at the time. The incident was reported at 3:15 a.m. to the Fayetteville City Police. Starts 8:40 Reg. Prices SUrER-CHARGEDTMTMTM g«^I If^MORmPAY MARATHOH^. wfe^-i FRIDAY*yL BRSf/: fe^c Hi a*SS° ETif!^*"?' THE LAST GREAT AMERICAN HOT DOG STAND Behind Palace Drug Store An ARTHUR R JACOBS Production |G| Ak3TkTwain'$ ^|^ " ucklcbcnyjpinn A /Musicol Adaptation O Z A R K Fayetteville --442-sei STARTS FRIDAY ·"*=« SPECIAL SHOWINGS WILL BE ARRANGED FOR SCHOOL GROUPS BY CALLING MRS. RAY AT 521-7005 PBS To Offer 'The Chrome Plated Nightmare' hy JAY SHARBUTT NEW YORK (AP) This sun- day night, ABC-TV is offering a two-hour tape replay of the day's Indianapolis 500, sn event some consider a motorized loony display and others a legitimate sports contest. But come Monday night, the Public Broadcasting Service will offer a far broader look at motor mania with "The Chrome-Plated Nightmare," one-hour study of America's long love affair with the automobile. Those who survive Memorial Day traffic might check out this show, though they're herewith warned it is uneven, gab- hy to a fault and never asks Detroit auto moguls to explain themselves or their wares. As its title suggests, the program is pretty much of a raspberry directed primarily at the raised-fin, chrome-crazy, power-mad golden era of happy otoring--the mid-1950s to TO. It's a generally predictable spection of the attitudes that to that automotive mess, .artinjs with the obligatory pil- rimage to Los Angeles, where ·w car is rumored to be king. But there are some fine seg- enU that offer considerable uel for thought, particularly ·producer-narrator Bill Stewrt's sporadic us* of old auto low newsreels and com lerciais to make his point. One of the Utter is a classic ece of pop art that seems aw- ully si lily in this day of rela- vely sober, (as conscious mooring. It's a cartoon of a car noozing at dawn at a deserted ace track. ·The 1989 Open C:« Ftt. 7:10 ' :30 _^ o mtui tun. Mat · UI-TMI p.m. MU. NEWMAN tOKKTMCBrOltO K( ^ THE STING VVTNNKR OF SEVEN ACADEMY AWARDS Including Best Picture _ _ Frt. niia«ll»iini«ilrua'- 7:15-9:10 Sun. Mat. 2 p.m. {PC) ROBERT REDFORD JDHNBON rhls tliealcr is renlcil by WAHNER iROS. /or this pjigagonicnl. Tl mission is ADULTS ?150, CUT (1.00. (Pass U5t Suspended) mrr.rur.a!M).iMMu* 2 p.m. Funniest Western since "Cat Ballou" (R) Mel Brooks SADDLES an.n N. a aouJiM wua Fet. Sun.-Thurt. T.W Fri.-Sal. 7:00-9:40 Sun Mat. 2 p.m IPO Open t:45 Feature* T Sun.Thurs, I 7:45 Fri.-Sat. 7:00-3:10 CI Sun. Mat. I p.m. "WW MaikTivain-s Huckk ** qpSH fliw PaulWmtie Pollster Testifies Before Committee WASHINGTON (AP) -- Polls ter Louis Harris says a key re quirement for restoring con fidence in government is to "!e the people observe in fact how it operates and, indeed, to in vite the people in to help mak decisions." Harris told a Senate Govern ment Operations Subcommitte Wednesday the public no longe accepts traditional argument for preserving secrecy in Con gress and other segments of th federal government. The pane is considering legislation to cur tail government secrecy. He said it is "no happens tance that less than a third o the American people can ex press any degree ol high con fidence in any branch of th federal government today." Harris said the public gener alls' suspects that those electee or appointed to h i g h federa posts "are using their powe for their own rather than th country's benefit. "This in turn leads mps people to conclude that a sill istantial amount of monitorin by the citizenry of those veste | with responsibilities of runnin overnment is very much in o er these days." Jreathes the announcer, "can evour anything. in its path.' nd for one minute the snoring radually becomes a snarling oar, the car's features contor and exhaust flames spout. Another fascinating segment n advertising man explainini he selling of another would b mean street machine, the Pon Open 7:45 UFO"--8:30 FIREWORKS AND COME SEE THE LITTLE GREEN MAN JOURNEY TO THE EDGE OF TOMORROW., FIREWORKS , DISPLAY *PLUS* · COME AND SEE THE LITTLE GREEN MAN Fri. and Sat. UFO's THE TRUTH ABOUT THEM MIGHT JUST BLOW YOUR MIND FOR THE LAST TIME COLOR PLUS P"«* CHARLTONr*STON-LHGHTAYlOR-VOUNG ?**·* SOVLENTGRTO^ REDECORATE The finest In residential interiors and exteriors. JOSEPH G. PRICE Contractor of Fine Painting 521-1598 Plymouth GTX, 1 tiac GTO, with heavy-handed ppeals to the youth culture nd large-scale pop promotion Arfnme* TIMES, Friday, May 24, 1*74 FAVBTTaTVILU, JUHUMIUS n songs hy such worthies *s 'The Tigers" and "Ronny and he Diytonas." ' : There alio are unexpected words by Carroll Shelby, whose credentials as a racing driver and engineer art without ques- Ion. The show sputters to a close with a limp suggestion by auto critic John Jerome that less driving by more people li the only way we'll save our world 'rom ruin. It's doubtful that'll happen. Southwest Grocery Chain Prints 'Pennies' HOUSTON, T«x. (AP) -- ocil grocery (tore ch«ln battling the penny shortage by printing its own. The Eagle Grocery Stores are Using paper pennies, printed at company expense and redeemable at all Esgle stores, to Survey Weighed SMITHF1ELD, R.I. (AP) Pollster George Gallup says his organization is "weighing very carefully" whether to suspend a survey regarding possible im peachment of President Nixon. Gallup, in a news conference before speaking at the annual dinner of the Pawtucket-Blackstone Valley Chamber of Commerce Wednesday, said the consideration to withhold poll results was based on discussions in the press as to whether such surveys unduly influence Congress during im pending impeachment proceedings. overcome a chronic shortage of the copper coins. "This was a b o u t th* last thing that we wanted to do." store manager Dick Gardiner said Thursday. "But we really had little choice. We didn't want to cheat our customers, ' ' still had to make but we change." Customers receive green slips of paper, printed with the company name, instead of pennies for change. Five of the paper slips, which are slightly larger ban a business card, are worth nickel. "What else could we do," asks Gardiner. "We couldn't get -pennies. And if we went :hrough the itore and rounded off alt our prices the sales tax would still defeat us. We just can't do without pennies." Some banks and department stores have begun to give customers $1.10 for every 100 pennies they turn in. Gardiner said customers are cooperating in his printed penny venture and view the situation as "just one more shortage to put up with." Some Houston businesses ar» rounding off prices to meet the shortage. As a result, the customer sometimes gets shortchanged. 11 l- r r- 1- i* CURRENTLY APPEARING Friday Saturday TRACY NELSON Mother Earth Plus: Sam Routh HIT 27-30 GARY GRAY The Country Classics Plus: Bruce McElheny Coming: VASSAR CLEMENTS The Bun SteaUioux, located on Holiday bland, five miles. Nona of Eureka Springs, Alt. on SUM Highway 23. Live music six nights a week; no com on weeknights. Open 6 p.m. to Midnight For table reservations, phone (501) 253 - 8070. NORTH and SOUTH SMORGASBORD ALL THE PIZZA and SALAD You Can Eat $145 1 MONDAY 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. BRING THE KIDS Only lOc Per Year of Age DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Program) subject to change without notice KTEW, Tuba, Chanml 2 (Channel I en c»M In FayMtmllta) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tuba, Channel 6 XOAM, Pimburg, Channel 7 KTUl, Tuba, Channel 8 (Channel « MI cabto in KOED-TV (ETV), Tuba, Channel 11 KODE, JopEn, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel T6 ICIuniM4 I «· eaM* In Fayettnlll*) CABLE TELEVISION NBC-CBS-ABC etv 9 CH, TV Time - Weather · Music 9 Channels · FM Radio All on "The Cable" WARNER CABLE of Fiyetteville Phone 521-7730 o GET OUT OF TOWN Drive cut la Hickory CrMk »«c- and dine at THE BARN X4 Ca«t *ff Hwy. n Stcafcc and aalrimp, Jmniimali ralh. raKHMt. wd Mladi. Family atyu fhk fry Friday. ·ar BQ HIM «at«rla». Opm *-0 p.m. tat and Son. 12 IMMKU ikm ClM*d **». and Taw. Com* aw in a* bawrWari MOVIES ON TV FRIDAY NIGHT 8:00 p.m. Ch. 6, "Coffee, Tea or Me?" (1973) Karen Valentine, John Davidson 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6, 16 "Mclintock" (1963) John Wayne, Maureen CXHara, Yvonne De-Carlo 10.130 p.m. Ch. 8 "Coogan't Bluff" (1968) Clint Eastwood, lee J. Cobb, Susan Clark 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 "Cauldron of Blood" (1968) Borii Karloff, Viveca Lindfors 1:30 a.m. Ch. 3 "Beach Ball" (1965) Edd Byrrws, Chris Noel, Gail Gilmore SATURDAY NIGHT 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 - "Dying Room Only" (1973) Claris Leachman, Ross Martin, Ned Bearty 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 "In the Heal of fhe height" (1967) Rod Steiger, Sidney Poitier 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6 -- "Sabrina" (1954) Audrey Hepburn, William Holden, Humphrey Bogart 10:30 p.m. Ch. 12 -- "The Long, Hot Summer" (19581 Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward, Orson Welles 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Belle of the Nineties" (1934) Mae West, Roger Pryor, John Mack Brown 11:00 p.m. Ch. 2 -- "Sink the Bismarck" (1960) Kenneth Moore, Dana Wynter, Laurence Noismith 11:00 p.m. -- "Casanova's Big Night" (1954) Bob Hope, Joan Fontaine, Basil Rathbone 11:00 p.m. Ch. 5 - "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark" (1973) Kim Darby, Jim Hutton, Fedro Armendariz, Jr. AUTO INSURANCE · $56,800 Liabi lily d $2,000 Medical · Uninsured Motorist · 5 Year Renewable Guarantee Safe . $ Drivers 16.60 Quarter Premium McCARTNEY-FAUCETTE PtMIM MJ-Z33! J1W H. COLLIOI 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound S33 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 M WEST 751-7961 SPBINGDALE, ARK. 11:00 p.m. Ch. 7 - "The Magic Carpet" (1951) Lucille Boll, Patricia Medina, John Agar 11:00 p.m. Ch. 8 - "Wake Island" (1942) Brian Donlevy, Macdonald Carey, Robert Preiton 12:30 a.m. Ch. 2 - "Hell Driven" (1957) Stanley, Baker, Herbert lorn, Peggy Cummins 12:30 a.m. Ch. 7 "The Missing Guest" (1938) FRIDAY EVENING * 5:00 News . World Report Truth or Con»equenceB Andy G r i f f i t h To Tell The Truth Mister Roger* * 5:30 News 2, J. ». 7. Electric Co Twilight Zone Truth or Conaequenoe* * 6:00 Consultation News 2. 3. 5. «. 7. ». * «:50 To Tell The Truth Treasure Hunt ... Drajjnet .. Wall Street Week Flee Haw Hogzn's Heroea if 7:00 -Political Talk Brady Bunch Movie I've Got A Secret Dirty Sally Washington Week In Rarlew + 7:30 ,a Luck Good Times Six Million Dollar Matt .. I June Wayne I, I . K ...11 12. 16 .... t .... J 9. 12 ... 11 - i 1« ... 11 I. «. II f , 12 11 * 9:M Pilot Film », 1« Today's_ If Ofa 11 1.1, !. i. T, ». 12. 1« * 10:09 -- Girl With SoBWthlnf Extra ... S. ' Movie ........................ «. I Masterpiece Theatre .......... 1 * 8:30 -Brian X*1th . . . . . . . . . . . . L I L Odd Coupi* ....... . .......... », 1 j- 9;jM _ rwan Martin ............ » , I, ' inalJa Oklahoma Uneatioe .... \ Toma ........................ I. I 1 * 10:30 -- VoiMe ». «, 1« riahin' Hol« 12 Johnny Canon I. 1 I. 7 * 11:00 -Country Plac* SI * 11:30 Silly Walker'! Country Carnival 12 .. Conceit 11 Midnight Special 2, t, I, 1 * 1Z:M i Concert · r 1:00 -- roject » * 1:50 -- hfovie ·»·· f SATURDAY MORNING * C:00 -Drury Present* 1 If 8:30 -Agriculture U.S.A. »*. I Time For Timothy I * 7:00 -- L!iLiv!!le 2. I, I Hair Bear Bunob «. If Bujca Bunny t, U Addami nrr.By t, 1. *· ' Sabrina «. * Yogi'! Cranj * U * 8:00 -Emergency Plu* 4 .... t 1. 5. ' Mortal ', II Super Friend! l: * 8:30 Inch Hi«fi rrlvata Cy* . . ? *»:*- SUmond and th« aWa . 2. I. 5, 7 MoruUtrs ly Favorite Martian .. ^aaaie'a Rescue RanKera .... I tz ·Ink Panther .. ... 2. 1, S. 7 · 16 I. 12 2. 3. s, 7 .... t. 16 2. J, S, 7 innie Goober U the Ghost Chaaera 10:00 Brady Kids Star Trek Speed Bugfy ·k 10:30 Foal* and the Puaaycata Buteh Casaidy Million: Malic * 11:00 Pebbles and Bamm Bamm ... Movie JeUonj 2 3 if I1:M Go 2. -. Tat Albert and the Coiby Kida « U Sporta Review SATURDAY AFTERNOON I2:M -Action -H Team Hop C7*S Children'! Ftstlval riahin' Hole , Chtldran'a Hour run Club Motorcycle '74 Great«»t Sporti Leienda Move CToaer to Your Warld -- I IndlanapolU 500 festival Parada 12 Baaeball Pre-Gama Show 2. I. * UnUmatf World * 1:15 -- BaaehaH * 1:» - Mm-I« Tacta af Flahinl * 2:00 - i Gene Williams' Country Junction 5' Championship Fishing 8 if 2:30 Wild Kin*.o m 5 Wre.Uinf 6 Movie 8 * 3:00 OM Settl«r Shrw S Indian* for JndUn* 11 ITBS Golf Championship IS Glory Road: The Champion Road R a c i n g Classic 12 * 3:M A m e r k a n An tier 5 WJlhurn Brother* A Making Thlnfi Grow 11 * 4:M family Clrclt Tmnic Tournament . . 2, 3 Wide World of Sports 3,1, 1? Buck Owen* ., , « Roller Game of the We»k 16 SporLam..Ti'i friend 7 Scum* 5tr»t 11 That* Good Old Nashville Miuio * World of Survival " 5:00 -That Good Ol« NashvlUe Music Star Trek Wilburn Brother* Beaver Lake Show 1 Mister Refers 1 Porter Wagonrr * * 5:30 News I. », ·· 8. 1 Porter Waforter t Electric Company 1 SATURDAY EVENING * «:» Johnny Hann'i 9l**4 Up and ·*'. · Che«r ' Hodffrpodta L*«lM Hrt Haw Jimmy Dem Lawrence We Ik 3 * 6:30 Police Surgeon S Girl With Somethinf Extra .... 2 Carrascolendai !· Treasure H u n t 12 Thai Good Ole Nashvill« Mtule V Political Talk ^ I've Got a Secret l* * 7:C !? "r , Partrlnse Family ... Emergency All In The Family Zoom * 7:30 - Wir and Peac* Movlt . J, 7 e. 16 II II a. 12 1, 1. 5 . 1 t 18 Mary Tyler Moora * 8:JO Bob Kewhart «. 1* Carol Burnett *, u N'exui . U OM-en Marahal) . !2 yews' «. «. 1! 1« * 10:JO -News 2. 1. », 7 Movie 6. 12. H H o r n Brother! 3 ,* 11:M Movie * 1J:W Wacky World el Jonathan Winten 1* + U:3« -- New« 12 Movl« » T Bread nf Life IS Wrntling 3 ... 2. S. 5, 7. » '· * 1:00- Train

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