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June 9, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 29

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State Ranking TM UTTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) Arkansas ranks 19th among Ihe states in cultivated area with a total rf J.W4.411 acres in crop land. DRIVE-IN THEATRE Admission Adults $i.9« Children .50 WALT DISNEY FOODOCTIONS' ATLANTIC CITY. N.J. (AP) -- Once this was a posh resort ·here the wealthy summered n grand hotels overlooking the cean and Boardwalk, where hey strolled on Saturday nights n tuxedos and gowns. The times and leisure habits hanged, and the rich left At- antic City behind to jet to new esorts. The luxurious beach re- nainod, but old hotels fell into isrepair. shops and nightclubs «ve up the ghost and even the REDECORATE The finest In residential interiors and exteriors. JOSEPH G. PRICE Contractor of Fine Painting. 52 M 598 -- PLUS -JAMES GARNER In Walt Disney Production "ONE LITTLE INDIAN" NOW SHOWING "Magnum" 8:40 -- PLUS -MCQUEEN / MdcGRAW THE GETAWAY A SAM PEOONWW MM §»' RJCMflRSIAWETS S8S with Steve McQueen M»Htiw»«t AHiaiMm TIMCS, Sun., Jtm* 9, 1974 PAVITTCVILLK. Atlantic City Hitches Fortune To Gambling The Queen of hitching their trains slopped running. Town boosters have long fell they could regain the former glory of sorts" by tunes to a roulette wheel, For years they faced a stone wall ol opposition from legislators anil editorial writers around New Jersey \vho frowned at the idea of putting casinos known for corrupt and gyp-joints. in a city politicians ^BfH|pBi^| op*n f.n rtt. T.H 9:3» _ tun. MM ·'·""·"·'"MJWBMl- 2 p-nt. MU.NTWMAN MmrBmiVftBn IUIH · I II ··_·!· "*·"*··!·· (pi) THS STING WINNER OF SEVEN ACADEMY AWARDS Including Best Picture Open «:4! Frt. n 7:15-KM TWUU6HUN as BILLY JACK in DORN USERS' tun. Ma4 |2 p.m. Funniest Westcia since "Cat Rallou" ((() Mel Brooks SADDLES Open 7 p.n F«4. 7:15 * **° ~MT.T1K.tMU.lMMLU Sun. Mai. 2 pjn. WALKING TUl f E Baker « 7p . n )is**rfi«id MMnaiM*--ui^ui Sun. thru Thun. T:S rri. S*t. 7:15 * »:11 Mat. 2 p. THE O'loQIE John Astin But Lady Luck appears lo he smiling on Atlantic Ci(y again. The odds now favor legalization of casino gambling before the y e a r is out. Gov. Brendan T. Byrne has indicated he wants to give Atlantic City a monopoly on the stale-owned casinos for a 5-ycar trial period. Gambling fever has suffused the hard-pressed town and its citizens. "We have better hope that ever now." asserted Norman MADE MB DO APPEARING THIS MONTH! Mon-Sat. June 10-15 RED, WHITE BLUE (GRASS) PLUS SamRouth Weds, June 19 ONENIGHT'ONF,Y LESTER FLATT TheNashviller,rass PLUS Oilskin's Switch Mon.-Kri. June 17-21 GASKIN'S SWITCH Saturday,,June 22 ONENIGHTONI.Y THE KITTY WELLS SHOW With .Inhitiiy and Bobby Wright M on-Sat. J line 24-20 COUNTRY COOKIN' Saturday, June 29 ONE NIGHT ON I.Y O. B. McCLINTON With Country Uookin' Steaks, music and brew at The Barn on, Holiday Island, five miles North of Eureka Springs on State Highway 23. Live music six nights a week; no cover on weeknights. Open 6 p.m to midnight. For table reservations, phone (501) 253-8070 Announces SMORGASBORD For Lunch Mon. thru Wed. 11-2 ALL THE PIZZA AND SALAD YOU CAN EAT $145 1 ALSO MONDAY 5-8 P.M. AT ALL LOCATIONS 314 South School 2325 North College Highway 68 West, Springdale Cohen, store a 50 year-old owner who but fervently ut with casinos. "Atlantic ity will again be the play- roitnrt of the world, "There's nothing like the Ramble," claimed Cohen. "It s e e m s before it was a dirty wore] to have gambling here. everyone is excited and everyone is In favor ot gam- Wing in New Jersey." N'ot everyone, but lil) pur cent of the state's legislators ap- jrovcci a measure to put a casino gambling referendum on he ballot this November. If New Jcrscyans follow past lingerie)stale can learn how to avoid 'all of ttie evil influences that nay hover around casino gambling." He also said flatly he doesn't want to see New Jersey become another Nevada. doesn't believes 'orm, it's practically thing. The slate's voters sure hav never rejected any new form of gambling;, whether it was pari- muliicl racing (1930). bingo (1953). or a slate lottery (19G9). But even if the referendum imsses. gamblers probably will have lo wail until 1976 for the 'amirif! tables lo open. Legislative leaders anticipate that a gambling commission will be created to oversee casino operations. Tt will be ur to the legislature lo decide where the casinos go, but no casino could be placed in an area unless local residents approved in coui and municipal referenda. Several other New Jersey sorts and a few major cities have expressed an interest in casinos, but Byrne.has warncc Ihe legislature be would veto bills lo [nit them anywhere until they 'are tried out in Allanlic City. SEEKS E X P E R I M E N T Byrne, a first-term Democrat whose Republican predecessor William T. Cahill. was an ar dent foe of casinos, wants the five-year experiment so the "There a r m e d won't be bandits any one- sea lie red hroughout the town," says At- antic Cily Mayor Joseph F. Bradway Jr. "I envison casinos with dress restriclions and the lours limited from 8 p.m. until 3 a.m. Bradway is a 31-yearold jankcr whose family owns At- anlic City's second largest bank and a large share of its real estate. He became mayor of the town of 47,l»t in 1972. Brariway and other leaders 'eel private ownership would be the most profitable way to run casinos, but they are reconciler! lo slate ownership to assuage any fears that organized crime might infiltrate the casinos. "Politically and realistically, it's the only way to get stale- wide approval." commented Stale Sen. Joseph McGahn. another Atlantic City Democrat. McGahn, Bradway and Assemblyman Steven P. Perskie were elected as reformers with- the last three years. The two mayors who preceded Bradway were sentenced to jail last year after they and five other city officials were convicted of or pleaded guilty to federal kickback charges. INTENSE ACTIVITY "We've had five years of tense activity rooting out corruption in New Jersey, Atlantic County and Atalntic City," said Perskie, a Yale-trained lawyer. "We've created a climate where it is possible to speak about gambling and honest government in the same sentence." Albert A. Marks Jr.. an in- luential stockbroker who presides over Atlantic City's main claim to fame, the Miss America Pageant, s a i d , "Atlantic City's been on dead center for a long time. It needs a push, an nfuslon of capital, which has jeen lacking here for a long ,ime. Somebody's got to light the fuse, and I think the fuse is casino gambling." Other local leaders are less restrained in their enthusiasm for casinos. "Everybody says it's not the panacea, the cure-all. Baloney. Where else are we going to g o ? ' 1 asked Commissioner Mario Floriani. a career policeman who is the city's public safety director. " R i g h t now that's our only salvation and f don't care what anyone says, It's a natural." Skeptics about gambling arc hard to find in Atlantic City. Pierre Hollingsworth. president of the local NAACP, believes gambling would give the town "a boost," but he also feels it ta city exercise officials futility" to dream wealthy visitors buying condominiums in the city. Jonathan Goldstein. U.S. Attorney for New Jersey who prosecuted the seven Atlantic City officials last year, is worried that casinos in the resort would attract pcopl* "whojjan least afford to lose." £ The prosecutor thinks tfere arc other ways for Atlantic $ty 10 revive its economy "due I" its natural beauty, the frcslr;air and its beaches, without re^prl- ing to gambling." If it rebuilt its hotels and constructed len- nis and other sports Facilities, it could even attract touristi in winter. Goldstein said. ' " Perskie added t h a t strict fln- ,rols would be applied to Ifter* mobsters and fast-back out of the casino business is approved. ' "We only have one ihis," he said, "And if 11 the first time, there'll ·e another chance." THE HUT DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. BDK RZZA, MMPWItt) MW| speci/iil 4 days. $186.78* £ Tour historic New Orleans art a ( - £ reduced rat* of only siae.78 per 'person for four days and three t TM nights--Thursday.July 4 through *· Sunday, July 7. Trip fncludes: C ·Round-lrfp air Far* Irom * FayBlIovIlle "Three nights at Bouitypn* Orleans Hotel «Transfersfromalrpipt to hotel and back -Choice of Miss-'* Issippi River Cruise on S. S. President or Bayou Cruise on Mark Twain -* ·Choice of breakfast at Bren nan's dfr dinner at La Restauiaot Maurice '" ·Choice of 1 of 3 city tours *Cocktw and a souvenir doubloon at th* · Top of Ihe Mart. · * Based on mini mum of 10 passengtr*. Call now 1o ensji« reservations: " WORLD-WIDE ·TRAVEL SERVICE INCORPORATED ..S26 North School Avenm 521-746CT, DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tuku, Channel 2 (Channel I M uM» in F«y«t«»lll« KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tuba, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulso, Channel 8 ; C»»nr»l t MI ubl* in F«jr«tvllM? KOED-TV (ETV), Tulso, Channel [11 KODE, JopCn, Channel 12 i KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 (CluniM · Ml e*M* III CABLE TELEVISION NBC-CBS-ABC etv 9 CH, TV Time - Weather - Music 9 Channelj-FM Radio All on "The Cable" WARNER CABLE of Fayetteville Phone 521-7730 O GET OUT OF TOWN Oriv» out t« Hickory crxk IKc. A »nd dine at THE BARN 2*4 Eait vff Hwy. TS Steak i and shrimp, homemade clnnim rolii, relishes, and salads. Family style fish fry Friday. Bar BQ Ribi Saturday. Open 5-10 p.m. Sat. and Sun. 12 noen-10 p.m. Cloted Man. and Tuv re us at beautiful B**v*r MOVIES ON TV SUNDAY NIGHT 7:30 p.m. Ch. 5-8-12 - "Th» Italian Job" (1969) Michael Caine, Noel Coward, Benny Hill 10:30 p.m. Ch. 2 - "The Golden Arrow" (1962) Rossona Podesta, Tab Hunter 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6 -- "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie" Robert Stephens, Pamela Franklin 10:30 p.m. Ch. 8 -- "The Projected Man" (1966) Bryant Holliday, Mary Peach, Norman Wooland 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Jorm.Goldfarb, Please Com* Home" (1964) Shirley Madame, Richard Crenna 11:00 p.m. Ch. 3 -- "Dark City" (1950) Charlton Heiton, Llzabeth Scott, Dean Jogger. ' Monday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 5-8-12 -- "The Magus" (T968 Anthony Quinn. Michael Caine, Candice Bergen 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Drums of Jealousy" (1970) Marcello Mastroanni, Monica Vitta 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound B33 N. College BR'ER FRAN'S ft?) "For A Good Time Tonlgnt" - "" NEW SUMMER HOURS: OPEN T P.M. tu MIDNIGHT ~*=^^ MOM. thru SAT. ENTERTAINING WED. THRU SAT. * THE FAMOUS OKLAHOMA BARKING. DUCKS EASTGATK S H O P P I N G CENTER FAYETTEVILLE 521-9303 SUNDAY MORNING ·*· 6:00 Party Line J Across the Fenct 3 * 6:30 Today's World * Across the Feno* · Sacred Heart 1 * 6:45 - WiUi ThU Ring 12 Pattors Study a Davey .and Goliath 3 * 7:00 Sea rch · Outreach 8 Music and the Spoken Word . . . Kid Power Failh Jor Today 1ft Amazing Grace 3 Voice of Victory 5 Gospel Sinking Jubilee Vok-e o! Victory This « the Life . Osmonds _ _ Thy Kingdom Coma 3. $ Encounter . . . " if 8:00 Jame* Roblnfion T Revival Fires S, 8. Bailey's Comets Tul»» Youth Forum 2 Day of Discovery * 8:30 Thy K i n g d o m Come God 9qu Amazing Chan BUly James Har»it ... Herald of Truth Ora 1 Roberta . ir 9:00 YOU Evangelistic Tempi* .. Insight Gospel of Christ Let The Bible So*.Or Herald Of Truth . , Rex Hu mba rd if 9:30 Source . . . . Look Up and Live K a t h r y n Kuhlman .. .. Vision On Day of Discovery Oral Robert* , . . * 10:00 Dialogue IK Faith for Today Billy Jarne* Hargis .. Call Ihe Doctor H. R, PufnJtuf Revival " Buy Your Carpet Direct From The Local People That Make It. Where You Get The Best And Save The Most Lawrence Carpet Mills, Inc. SPRINGDALE, ARK. HIGHWAY 68 WEST 751-7»1 Falw SiVnT Day of Discovery . I . « . 2 12 16 . 3 . 7 Thousands of Folks... check the TV directory every day' . . .and they'll rra.d your ad In" this space. It'i priced at a tpecial;, low monthly rote. Far information- call the Northwest Arkansas 1IM*S,J display advertising department, * * 10:3(1 H o u r of rower Make A Wish To Be Announced Jimmy Swncgart Hook.ihclf * 11:00 Other People, other Places .. Webber's World Church Service . * 11:30 -Church Service Meet the Press * 1Z:00 -A t t o r n e y s Speak To lie A n n o u n c e d Bvailflcl Temple Name of (lie Game D i r e c t i o n s Dialogue With Litton S U N H A V AFTERNOON + li:30 -Bis Valley ... . : WinKS To Germany Issues and An.swcrs 5, Meet the Press * 1:00 -- iVovi'c .... V."'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'." Meet The Press Bis Valley Mu!c Place + 1:30 Movie To He A n n o u n c e d CBS Tennis Classic P u t t - P u t t Golf . + 2--M Movie ... 3, 5. G, 12, 16 Fntre Ihc N a t i o n O/Hrk Outdoors .... * 5:00 - Hor.sc C o u n t r y USA f i t v M i n u t e . Festival of F a m i l y Classic C h a m p i o n s h i p F i s h i n B . . . . I f a p p y Jack and Helen .... News ... 2 ... 6 . 12 3, S f i O M i n u t e s News . . National Geographic .. Candid Campus . ..... S p o r t s m a n Lawrence Welfc . SUNDAY EVENING * I:H · Wild K i n g d o m Oklahoma Forum News L.a.ssie Zoom , * : · -FBI ...' ,.. World of Disney Nova Apple's Way * 7:3ft Movie Who's A f r a i d of OperA? l i e u Ramsey M a n n i x 3. S. 7 I - , CHS Sport.s S p e c t a c u l a r . . . . . . . . 6 Ba.scba'] Prc-Gahic Show .' ..... 3fi V i d e o : The N e w Wave ........ I I To lie A n n o u n c e d ............ 5 * 2:SO Baseball ........ . ............... Ifl * .1:00 I K c m p c r Open ............ , . 6, 16 i Movie ...... ....... . .. ....... 7 | T h e C h r o m e - P l a t Pd X i g h t m a r e I t i Desert Inn Cls-ssic .............. Z I* 3:30 I Th« People Problem ! Desert (nn Classic ! Un v e r i t y of Chicago ............ . ............. * -1:00 World I n v i t a t i o n a l Tffnnls Clas.sU: . . . ............. .. 5, 8. * -1:30 i N a t i o n a l Spellinj{ fife ......... Masterpiece Theatre .... * 8:30 Will Rogers' USA * 9:00 F i r i n g Line Scawor'd F'ocus 30 Thrlllseckers * 9:JO Dialogue '7i . Conversation W i t h H e a v e r I*akc Show ... S a n f o r d and Son Happy Day.! Hobby Goldj»horo News J. I. J. «. 7. Movie.' . Robhy Goldsboro Johnny Carson Six Million Dollar Man M o v i e " 2 3. 5. 7 11 « 16 .. S. J. 15 II .. 2. 3. 7 . . . . 6. !« ... 11 6, 16 Sacred Heart Social Security * 12:15 Christopher Cloaeup * 12:30 MONDAY UOBNING * 6:Z5 - Momenti ot Meditation . «:M SMS Forum . . . . , Garner Ted Armatroni .. .. 6:35 Inspiration * «:« *T« News * 6:50 L l f h t of Life Today *n Afrleultur* ... * «:55 Harvest Time Tabern«c]* Project Pawword * 11:11 CBS. News Coui try Muaie Today * 7:3« Gentle Ben * I:M Cartoon Circui .... Captatn Kangntrm . Sf«arr« Street * 8:30 - .... . «. If .. U Beaver Lxke Show * 12:00 - 11 * 9'W -'.i Your B*t .. A.M Jokers Wild ... D i n a h 9hort .. Sesame Street , - . l 2 f G » m b l t - I.Jeopardy ;· I^ve. American Slj-le Now You Sec It Wizard Of Oilti All My Children * 10:» B rad y B u n eh Love Of JLif« Hollywood Squares .,., * 19:55 - Ccffe* Break New. * !!:»· Jackpot Mike DouclM The Young and Revtl* 2 «, , II I U J. ». 1 J I .... . . . J. i. 1 ....... 12 .... I. 2. J. » 7 ----- 12 ft. 12 I 1« 1 X 7 I I .7 . 2 ... «. It Celehrily Sweep*take§ Search for Tomorrow Split Second * 11:55 News Rellglotu Town Hall M O N D A Y * lt:M News J. Phil Donahue Tabletalk All My Children Leave It To Carol .... Three on a Match Let's Make a Deal A* The World Turn* ... * 12:35 Melody Matinee 1:00 Days of Our Livn ... Guldlnf Light Newlywed Game * I:M Doctors Girl In My Life Edge of iVisht **:·« Price is R i g h t A n o t h e r World General Hctpital * Z:30 Match Game Ho-w To Survive A Marriage One Life To Live .... * J:«* - Tatlletalw Cartoon* . . . To Tell The Truth ... Today's Yona .. Somerset * J:30 Joker's Wild Uncle Ztb Dick Van Dyke .... Bll Eaael -- Art Petttcoat Junction . Lucy Show All My Children ... Dinah Shore Three On A Match . * 4:M Star Trek FlMltlve Jeonardv A n d y Griffith . . . Oomer Pyle. USXC I Dream of Jaonni* Merv Griffin bonanza Sesame Stre* * 4:» - B««t The Clock ... t. 7, 13. 3. S S. . 3. S. a. «, «. · 3 S », 3, 5. .. S. 1 .... ». J. 5. Lucy Show _ Bonanza .. .12 Beverly Hillbillies * f:00 - : To Tell The Truth :-3 Xews ."... 5 '* A n d y G r i f f i t h ' ' 6 Truth or Consequences 7 M i s t e r Rogers 11 World R e p o r t i...-, 18 * f:J!) "' Truth or Consequence! " 8 Electric C o m p a n y .. - Ji Xcvw ... 2. 3. 5, 6, 7 11 Twilight Zont · IS MONDAY evexiNG * l:tM Hodgepodge Lodge News 2. 3. 5. ft, T », 12, 1« D r a g n e t . . . . , , 5 Wild. Wild World of A n i m a l s To Tell tho T r u t h Untamed World Open Door . Hasan's Hcroc-.i Lei's M a k e A Deal * 6:45 * 7:00 Rookies 5, H. G u n s m o k e f i . The T u r b u l e n t Ocean Baseball World of Joe G a r a g i o l a . . 2. 3. The C h r o m c - P l a l e d Nightmare ·*· 7:15 - Hj,t-l]all . 2, 3. * 8:00 Concerto for Mona Here's Lucy t, Movie '... S. 8 * 8:30 Dick Van Dvke « * I:M Medical C e n t e r 6 W a s h i n g t o n S t r a i g h t Talk . . . . * 3:30 - Today'i Yoga * 19:M - Xews 2. i. S, t, T. t, 12. * !·:)« - t u r d c r in the First Person Perry Mason J o h n n y Carson J, 3, 5, Movie '. ft, * 11:30 -M u r d e r in the Tint Pennn if fuVw'--" Tomorrow , L I, I if l»:3ft - Projoct * !:*·- k Tvwn Hat! ,

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