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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Escapees Found i CORNING. A r k . (AP) State Police said Friday t h a t four men who escaped from the Clay County Jail here Wednesday had been recaptured. Officers said t h e y apprehended Dennis Renfro, 22. and Roy Reed, 26, both of Knobcl, on Arkansas 34 near Beach Grove Thursday. Mike Campbell, 17, at near Coming, and Lloyd Burkman, 34, of McDougal were captured by police at Kennett, Mo., Friday, police said. NOW SHOWING Op«n «:00 « Billy Jack 8:45 Fve Win FFA Award In Siloam Springs SILOAM SPRINGS -- F i v e members of the Siloam Springs chapter of Future Farmers of America earned their Slate Farmer degree during the State FFA convention at C a m p Couchdale. Members awarded the degree were James Spears, Mark Farrow, Marvin Hendrix, Glen Howard and Ken Myers. Ken Myers was awarded a silver emblem for third place in the livestock proficiency contest and Mark Farrow won fifth place in the state dairy proficiency contest. Fred Reed of the Siloam Springs First National B a n k served as an official judge for the state public speaking contest. Other delegates attending were Marc Bianton and Boby Hall. Israeli Award Given LITTLE ROCK (AP) - A medal from former Israel Prime Minister Golda Meir will be presented to Rep. Wilbur D. Mills, D-Ark., on June 23 at the annual Arkansas-Israel Dinner of State here. The medal will be for Mills' altitude and service involving Israel. The medal will be presented by Ehud Lador of Houston, Tex., one of Israel's consul generals to the United States. Phillip G. Back of Little Rock, who is sponsoring the event with his wife, said the award is the highest Israel gives to persons who have served it in a great capacity.. Back said Mills aided Israel mainly by addressing many Bonds for Israel dinners held in large American cities and by being "such a good friend to the Jewish people." voices Desire CONTINUOUS FROM DARK 3 SHOWS HITtLYpH. 7S1-B724 FilbrigM Asks Calm Review Of Evidence WASHINGTON (AP) -- Sen. J. VI. Kulbright has urged Congress to calm down and wait to see the evidence before arr ng at any decisions on possible nvolvemcnl by Secretary ol State Henry A. Kissinger in na- :ional security wire taps. The Arkansas Democrat, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said Friday he feels a Senate majority was premature in drawing up a resolution lauding Kissinger's integrity and truthfulness. The resolution was presented by Sen. James B. Allen, D-Ala,, and co-sponsored by 51 other senators. "A majority of the Senate are now apparently willing to re. solve these issues without seeing a shred of additional evi. dence," Fulbright commented. He added that "this is in the interests neither of Dr. Kissinger nor of restoring public confidence in the credibility o[ government. The sponsors of this resolution no doubt intended it to be helpful, b u t it can only have the opposite effect." The same producer and the same proud, warm feeling that made "Sounder" last year's best-loved film "where the lilies bloom" ARKANSANS OF ALL AGES-FROM All PARTS OF THE STATE PRAISE THIS VERY FINE MOTION PICTURE! l«t Motion Piehiw W*HowS**n In Y.ara. Clad to So* A Movfe You Out Toko Th. train Family And All Aj.. tn|o» It." A Family In Fay*ttovill, Aric. n Thought TWi WmOfl* Of Th» tost Mo¥i*» I Hovo Evor S**n." ATa*nag«r--SpringdaU, Ark. "A P1«cionl Chang*! H'» Gnat Not Ta Haw Your Dignity * Intelligent* Intuited WHh Filth and Vlolonc*." A T*ach*r--Roa*rl, Ark. 1 Thought It Wo* A V.ry Gear) Shaw, H B.olrr It On* Ol Th* Vary kit t Hav* Ev*r Savn." A Taaoauaj- riiy«il»»lll*. Ark. 1 Think H Wo» One Of Th* Bat A T**nag*r--*og*n. Ark. United Mute ·^·Jladnitz /Mattel Productions presents where the lilies bloom MALCO CINEMA © MWY.71 H. * HOU.INQ HIU» 521-1820 Open7PJM. Features 7:15-9:10 Sunday Matinee 2 P.M. Siloam Springs Rodeo To Open SILOAM SPRINGS -- One o the largest' groups of youn ladies ever to vie for the till of Siloam Springs Riding Club' Rodeo Queen have been regis tered. The Siloam Springs Rodee opens with a parade June 21 at 3 p.m. Rodeo performance are scheduled for three nights starting on that date. The queen contestants are Melanie Landrith, Mona G l e n Debbie Harmon, Theresa Kin| Johnna Sue Morgan, Chery Gadient, Debbie Garrett, Robi McClain, Kathy Ham, Brend Landrith, Fran S e 1 b y, Lind Christian and Miss Highfill, cwh Is Jaleta Ford. The Ark-Oma Whirl-Aways, local square dancing group wi perform each evening at 6:3 o'clock. The Hughes Brother Band will also perform th three nights of the annua event. On Saturday night, specia performances are scheduled b a mounted drill team of Neoshc Mo., and the T u r I e y Thri Riders of Tulsa, Okla. The Tul sa riders do a square darn on horseback. Billy Scoggin and Bobby Gill will be the rod Iff you can afford to feed your family at a drive-in, you can afford to take them to Bonanza. Like drive-ins, Bonanza isn't expensive. But unlike drive-ins, Bonanza is a haven for fathers. First, you don't eat at Bonanza. You dine here. You have your food ot a table, like a decent human being. Not in a car like a sardine. Second you eat what you want. Not what your kids want. You can choose from all kinds of steak, shrimp, and fish dinners. And because your kids ore entitled to a choice, too, they can have Hamburger, French fcim and a soft drink, or a Highway 71 Carry special kiddy-sized dinner. Finally, Bonanza has nice little rules. For example, there's no tipping. And you can drink as many cups of coffee as you like and pay for only one cup. Now, if Bonanza can give you all this in a restaurant, at drive-in prices/ why eat at a drive-in? even The family rertourant a father could love. Out Available Phorn 521-3Mi BUTCH THE KID ARE BACK! Just for flic tan of it! PAUL NEWMAN ROBERT REDFORD KATHARINE ROSS. "BUTCH CASSIDYAND THE SUNDANCE KID" NOW SHOWING FET. 7:30-9:25 SUNDAY MAT. 2 P.M. * moct MMrtiMM MALCO CINEMA O HWY 71 N. * ROUINQ HILLS 521-1920 ACORN LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The tale Public Service Comtnis- ion was asked Friday by Aransas , Community Organ- ZHtions lor Reform Now ACORN) to hold hearings on he Feasibility of adopting a nore equjtable electric rate truclure in Arkansas. ACORN presented the commission with petitions bearing .500 signatures requesting the ction. ACORN said (he rates paid by residential customers were iroportionately hrgher than the ates paid by industries, which use more electric! ty . eo clowns. Riders will assemble for the parade at the city swimming XH)1. Ariuiiwa. TIMES, Sat., 4mw 15, 1974 FJkVCTTIVILLI. MKAMM Stale Shows 5.9 Per Cent Population Gain LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The population of Arkansas increased hy 5.9 per cent, or 113,000 persons, from April 1, 1970 to July 1, 1973, according to a University of Arkansas study. A memorandum accompanying a rc]xrl hy Dr. Forrest H. Pollard of [he UA's Industrial Research ami Extension Center said Arkansas has become one of the t u r n - around heavy exodus occurred in the 1950 and early 1960s. The figures are estimates based on an analysis of various COLD STEEL ON THE OUTSIDE ...ALU -, WOMAN ON THE INSIDE! =!ESiJ!^^ 1 "TM Fm ' 1 " lsim * COLOR -- PLUS -- ^ data. Methods that have beat standardized for o m 2,«X counties in 42 states were employed. The standardization MSUTM "reasonable comparability and consistency over time." Pollard said. The 5.9 per cent growth ral« for Arkansas is higher than both the national average of 3.3 per cent for Ihe same period and higher than the 4.8 per cent exprienced for this region ol the country. The TIMES tt On Top of The Newt Seven Doyi a Week NOW SHOWING Policewomen 8:45 Bonnie's Kids DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m H* PIZZA, MMWIfH Frt. T:M 9:10 Sun. Mai "' 2 p.r" MU NEWMAN (PC) THE STING WINNER OF SEVEN ACADEMY AWARDS Including Best Picture 9:44 j Sun. Mat. 1 pjti. STEUE Diisnn mcqiiEEn _ »:« Sun. M»t. 2 p.m. IPO |Ba*k -- Just tor the fun nf BUTCH CASSIDYAND THE SUNDANCE KID' PAULNEWMAM ROBERT REWORD - i »:10 (PCI Sun. MatiKM I P.M where the lilies bloom From the people who Gave you Thru. 7:45 Fri. Sat. 7:00 * »:2S Cart-Suit. Mat. 2 BMK. (PC WUTDKIIEVS Stormy the Thorough- HDNDEHIAND DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without Botic* KTEW, Tuba, Channel 2 ChnrMl MI ciM* In Fn«tvill*l KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pirtsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Channel 4 on eobto In F*yn*vllMI XOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel II KODE, JopCn, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 [Channel · MI cabl* in FaytttevilM CABLE TELEVISION NBC-CBS-ABC etv 9 CH, W Time · Weather - Music 9 Channeli · FM Radio All on "The Cable" WARNER CABLE of FayettevilU Phone 521-7730 O GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory Crook Hoe. '"'"'THE BARN 2M Ea*t *ff Hwy. 71 Steads and sfcnmp, h«mtm»d« c.n rrtta. r»li*h*«, and Mladi. Family ttyla ftsfc fry Friday. ·ar BQ Rib* Saturday. Oa*n * 1» p.m. ·at. and San. u nawt-ia «,m. Cr»«d Mon. aM T«c. BR'ER FRAN'S "For * e**d ThM T*nlftnr NEW *UMMI* MOUnt: OPIN 7 P.M. to MIDMICHT MOM. kra SAT. ENTERTAINING WEB. THRU SAT. TWEED--From Tulsa, Okla. Wed. and Thurs.--Ladies' Night EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER FAYETTEV1LLE SZl-tMS MOVIES ON TV SATURDAY NIGHT 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -- "Trouble Comes To Town" (1973) Lloyd Bridges, Thomas Evans, Pat Hingle 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 -- "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" (1972) Sammy Smith, John Myhers, "Robert Morse 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6 - "The Big Mouth" (1967) Jerry Lewis, Harold J. Stone, Leonard Stone 10:30 p.m. Ch. 8 - "I'd Rather Be Rich" (1964) Sandra Dee, Robert Goulet, Maurice Chevalier 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Just Around the Corner" (1938) Shirley Temple, Charles Farrell, Joon Davis 10:55 p.m. Ch. 3 - "High Hell" (1958) John Derek, Elaine Stewart, Rodney Burke 10:55 p.m. Ch. 5 -- "Can Ellen Be Saved?" (1974) Kathy Cannon, Leslie Nielsen, John Saxon 10:55 p.m. Ch. 7 -- "Zita" (1967) Joanna Shimkus, Katina Paxinou 11:30 p.m. Ch. 12 - "North to Alaska" (1960) John Wayne, Stewart Granger, Capucine 12:30 a.m. Ch. 7 -- "The Invisible Man" ((1933) Claude Rains, Gloria Stuart, Henry Trovers SUNDAY NIGHT 7:30 p.m. Ch. S-8-12 -- "Five Branded Women" (I960) Van Heflin, Silvana Mangano, Vera Miles 10:30 p.m. Ch. 2 -- "Saigon: Some May Live" (1967) Mortha Hyer, Joseph Cotten, Peter Cushing 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6 -- "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" (1966) Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton 10:30 p.m. Ch. 8 -- "Island of Terror" (1966) Edward Judd, Peter Cushing, Carole Gray 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Up From the Beach" (1965) Cliff Robertson, Morius Goring, Red Buttons 11:00 p.m. Ch. 3 -- "Secret of the Incas" (1954) Charllon Heston, Robert Young, Nicole Maurey 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound Z333 N. College 442-8375 Buy Your Carpel Direct From The Local People That Make It. Where You Get The Best And Save The Most. Lawrence Carpet Mills, Inc. SPRINGRALE, A R K . HIGHWAY 58 WEST 751-79M Thousands of Folks... check the TV directory every day . . . a n d they'll read your ad in this space. It's priced at a ipecial low monthly rote. For information call trio Northwest Arkansas 1IM(S, display advertising deportmnnt, 442-6242. Jimmy D News ... Lawrence Johnny M And Ch Hc« Haw * f:30 Police Treasv _ Brian Keith Dragnet Carracoti ['v*s Go'- That Go * 7:00 Partridge F Emergency Zoom All in + 7:30 War a Movie Maih * 8:00 -- MOV! ft Mary , * S:3« - )AY EVENING _ lg« Lodge Uean , i - w'c'iit "..'.'.'.'.'..'' Vlann* 1 Stand Up iccr jrseon Hunt eith ., ;ndaa A Secret oct Olc Na*hvn]« t Family cy e Family '.^!!^, -- Peso* . ., ., S irhart 11 ... . 1 3 5, 7 .,'.... a 16 6 3 , 12 , 2 5 n 16 Music 7 ... 8, 12 2, 3, 5 7 .... 11 .'.. 1 16 11 ., JJ, 12 . . ft, 16 a, 5, 7 g Ifl .. 4 1« if 9:00 CBS Heport* .. Carol Burnett . Xexus Owen Marshal] * 10:06 -News * l»:25 News * 10:34 -.Movie Rookie* Movie * 11:0* -Movie * 11:31 Movie + «:«* W a c k y World a Winter* * 12:3* -- WrecnLng BrMd of Lif« Soul Train ... Run For YOUT Movie Don Kri«tin«r'i * 1:3* New. «. «. ".".'.'.".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'*. .... t, I, 12. 3. 3. i. «. , '..'..'.... 2 . 3 I S , 2. 3, i I JonaUun ,. r ., .. Life SUNDAY MORNING 6:00 -Party Line . AcroNs the Fenee * 6:30 - AcrOM the Fence 6 Sacrerl Heart 3 Today'i World 2 * 6:45 - Paator'i Study B With Ihli Bine 12 Iavey and CoLiath 3 Search S Outreach S Music and the Spoken Word .. 12 Kid Power !2 Amazinf Grace 3 Voice of Victory 5 Faith for Today 16 Revival Fire* ...... Jarne* RobLwn ' ...... Bailey's Cornels ..... ' Day of Discovery ,. . + 8:30 -Thy Kingdom Come .. Billy James Harjis .. Got! Squad ..... Amazing Chan ... Herald of Truth .... . Oral Roberts ......... * 9:00 Mr. Makit ............ Evangelistic Temple . Gospel of C h r s t . . Let The Bible Sneak Herald Of T r u t h ...... ne.\ Humbard .. ..... Irulght .......... '. ..... . 5, 9. 12 S!n*tn|[ JuWle Voic* oi Victory ThU 1« the IS ft Thy Kingdom Com* . I * S:M It I RellHouai Townhaa U .. e · · · ? ' 3, S .. 14 ... Source . I.ooV Up and Live . Kathryn Kuhlman . Vlilon On Day of Discovery Oral Robert* ....... * 1»:09 -Faith for Today .. Ca 11 the Doctor Oral Robert* .. ,, 10:30 2 Dialogue !6 7 ! Hour of Power 16: J i m m y Swnssar! 3 i BDOkshelf '. . . S, 8|.VFI. Action T4 |* 11:00 . 2, Church S. 5. t. 11. I . 3! Webber's World 16' Other Peop't. Other Place* · 7;* 11:30 s e| Church Service ' p i M c c t the preca '.. L '- * 13:00 I Evangel Temple . - Attorney's Speak , . is mm . . . . . ....": . SlSuspetue Theatn . I? Wrestling · 'Direction! I, · 3 [ * I?:3« : Meet the FTeaa . . . . . . 8 Isnue-* and Anrwero . . 2 Petticoat Jtmclion , . . 7 l W i n ? » To Germany . I . 12 . I n

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