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12 Â· Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sat., July 20, 1974 FAVETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS CBS Special Tonight To Update Space Program , By JAY SHARBUTT NEW YORK (AP) -- A svr- ' prising number of Americans .have reached the point at which they only think about iSpace flight when the networks -televise the lighting of one .of .those big candles at Cape Kennedy. If you're in lhat category-"ant! even if not--take a look 'tonight at a one-hour CBS News special, narrated and reported ; by Walter Cronkite arid 'called :"Space: A Report to the Stock- KWT. 71 *CUK .* MTtnrOlU * ttl- NOW SHOWING Show Starts 9:00 A COMEDY CLASSIC Mel Brooks' SADDLES A WÂ»m*i ComflHjnJCJlioo* Compel lolders." As the title connotes, it aims at adding up'.what U.S. tax-' jayers have.gotten for the na- ion's 13 years of space explor- ition and what they may get in uture years, depending on the mood ,of Congress 'toward the National Aeronautics and Space Adminstration -- NASA -- at appropriations time. The show contains no slart : ing news, no major dcvelop- nents . that haven't already een amply reported,.no.gaudy new space gadgetry. In -short, t's not another 'gosh-and j gee- vhiz space study. But it is a very thorough, fundamental and well-produced ook at the American space irogram--past, present and fu- .ure--and the various arguments still smoldering over the ivorlh of it all. In the good old days, a TV documentary.on any'space pro;ram .might have contained -PLUS- PAULNEWMAN THE MACKINTOSH MAN * From Warner Bros 4 LATE BONUS "The Revengers 7 ip(11Bif?l8MM'J Open 7 Fet. 7:15 Â·KaRTHrt'es^TARicANSASPWW- 9:15 m) ftll-TMS Snn. Jltaf. 2 r.M. 'pen 7 'et. 7:20 Mnllnce 2 T.ai, HATED il) On For Alt -- All For Fun liflUBIIjJHDffil^ open 7 ' Wf,7lÂ».Â»Â«tlLIMtÂ«U f't 7:2S MMHO 'Â·Â·" Sun. Mar. Z p.m. Rated (FG COLUMBIA PICTURES AND RASTAH PICTURES PRESENT Fef. 7:15 liafed (R) HWr.im.*Â«OU.IIÂ«mJ Son. Mill. 2 p.m. CLINT EASTWOOD "THUNDERBOLT and LIGHTFOOT Open 7 Sun. Mat 2 P.M. YETJ.KIE -- JOURXKV -- Â»:Â» WALT DISNEY'S OLD YELLER" Plus INCREDIBLE JOURNEY Man Sues Church For Refund Of Donations MIAMI (AP) -- A Miami man who says: he didn't get the blessings, benefits-and rewards he was promised has sued MF former church for the return of Â£800 in donations; In a handwritten suit filed in Dade County Court on Friday Hugh McNalt, 42, said: "On Sept. 7, 1971, I delivered $800 of my savings to the; Alia paltah Baptist ; Church in re sponsc to the pastor's promise that blessings, benefits and re wards would come to a persor who did tithe 10 per cent o their wealth. I did not and have not received these benefits.." McNatt, an electrical worker declined to say what blessing he expected. "That's between me and thi church," he told a newsman. Dr. Franklin M. Jacobs, cp pastor of the church, sai McNatt apparently , was in spired to give the money afte hearing the Rev. Dr. Ddnal Manuel explain to his congrcgf tion that "if you honor Go with what is rightly His, the He will bless you." othing hut cheers for the idea, ut tonfght's show amply illus- rates how far we've come Â·orri the uncritical era. Item: The nation's space huttle program for the 1980s. I'll, cost $49 billion, give or ake a buck. Cronkite notes the riift's backers claim its reusa- ility will save taxpayers bil- ons. ' "But to make lhat argument 'ork, the shuttle has to remain ery busy," he notes. "It needs o fly. enough missions to o f f - t"-the shuttle program's huge evelopment cost. "NASA is planning to build a .eet of seven shuttle vehicles," e then adds. "They would fly 25 missions in the years 1880 iro'ugh 1991' That averages out t one launch every six days or 12 years." It'makes one stop and think-- r ask what lime the next hultle leaves. But Cronkile's . calculation stilt, derisive. It's only one ex- imple -of the way . the show :losely examines the assorted laims and counterclaims about jenefits of the various space irograms of the United States. HELEN HELP US By HEI.EN^.AND SUE B0Â£TEL .. Stereb^ps Don't Fit, This 'Youngster' Says OT^Ipfl^HMTOHIiillH^MM-MigiTil USDA Encourages Eating More Peas, Nectarines, Plums WASHINGTON (AP) -- T h e Agriculture Department says it is helping the food industry appeal to consumers to eat more plums, nectarines and dry peas' because those crops are in extra large supply right now. Also, officials said Friday in another "food marketing alert" directed to the nation's food trade, promotional assistance will be given through August to help convince consumers they should eat more beef and turkey. The California.plum and nectarine harvest are record large this summer, and the harvest of dry peas in .a number of states adds up to nearly double last year's output, officials said. - Dear Helen And Sue: I read Eleanor B's column on how teens should behave on vacation.'But how about one for the older folks? While waiting for a cab in a big city for 15 minutes with a small child in my.arjnS) two elderly-'.women' took' it,i anfj when I protested,V.trie'y '.rriyir^ bled about "young Â·. teenage brat." 2. I have seen older folks get in a cafeteria line and decide at the register" that something is too costly or too fattening; then hold up the line returning it. 3. I have' worked as a waitress i n ' a ' b i g tourist city and many of the rude people are elderly. They expect better service than the young. 4. I have seen at a tennis court that works Von. thW.honor system, a few "seniors" w h o start at 9 a.m. and two hours later they're- "still finishing up a deuce game." If you say any thing you're "fresh." 5. I have a 5-year-old in wheel chair. I went to a loca school to register for her kin dergarten and had three teens open doors and another helpe me up and down stairs with the wheelchair. I come out o stores and restaurants and mps there are seniors \yho. arepolit getting out-the r dobr first. Now my Mom is almost 6 and,my in-laws almost 70, ani lore are seniors who are polite ut it's not fair to lump people i one category -- "rude" -- ust because they are young. Oh yes, when young people jse their luggage, many times ley listen to reason, and wait. VBiSeen a lot of elders scream [upstart- a scene because.- of I love them dearly. And I agre DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM JUHIOK COMES OF MC AND ' SHE'S RADIO'S ANSWER TO FANNY HILL- TURN HER ON AND SHE'LL TURN YOU ON!! /the Dirty Mind of Young Sally CONTINUOUS FROM DARK 3 SHOWS NITELY MAKtSHIM LOVE IT! itl ,,,WOHN TULLasJUN/OR TRI-CITY PH. 7S1-B714 SMORGASBORD For LUNCH ALL THE PIZZA Now Mon. thru Fri. 11-2 AND SALAD YOU CAN EAT Also Won., 5-8 p.m. All locations $ 145 Bring the Kids -- Only lOe Per Year of Age. 314 South School 2325 North College Highway 68 West, Springdale THE FARMER'S DAUGHTER is waiting to make your Sunday Sunny. She has prepared some simply marvelous entrees for her Sunday Buffet and has instructed her waiters to serve you as many second helpings as you desire at no additional charge. Come dine with us Sunday after church and see what the people of Fayetteville are talking about. THE FARMER'S DAUGHTER 521-8686 Open Sunday 11:^05 qjr^2IOipilpim; r JOHNSON RD.--14 MILE N. TOWNSHIP RD. FAY. HWY. 62,W. * FAYETIEVJUE.* 52L-3EU HELD OVER! LAST BIG WEEK "AMERICAN GRAFFITI" --Plus-"LAST SUMMER" I'm not for teens arid against eniors, but fair is fair. There's ood and bad in us all. -- Pat I have a 14-year-old girl riend who is insanely in love vith a super rock star. She is onstantly talking about him ind pictures herself as his girl riend. She ; has almost all his posters and wishes-she.could get one [ j h i m i i n the nude (which'he aWt p'osed for.yet). Â·'.Â·."Â·'"-'-Â·- Her name is the same as on of his lona titles, and she feel his song was made especiall 'or her. She doesn't like guy ier own age. Says they'r mmature, but I think she's little afraid to mix. Is this normal for a girl t fall in love with someone she never met? -- C.F. Falling. in love with, the un attainable -- a TV.star, or roc singer -- Is a normal step o the way to growing up. It's Evidence Fails To Show Nixon Approved Illegal Surveillance WASHINGTON (AP) --Nolh-ljeopardize the strategic arms n 2,000 pages of limitation talks. He thought ng in more than omestic surveillance evidence a t h e r e d by the House udiciary Committee shows early that President Nixon public. pproved specific illegal acts 'f his assistants. But the record shows that the resident set no limit on what is aides should do to halt C y. ewspaper stories about .sensi- ve U.S. diplomatic plans. Nixon reserved some of his worst language for describing areer government bureaucrats 1*0 talked freely with report- rs about U.S. foreign policy. He distrusted them so much lat he seriously considered or- ering lie detector tests for more than 1,000 State Department, Pentagon and Central In- elligence Agency employes, lot because he thought : they vere all responsible for news eaks, but, in the President's vords, so he could "immediate- y scare the bastards." ."Listen, I don't know any- hing about polygraphs and I don't know how accurate they are, but I know they'll scare lell out of people," Nixon said, according to a presidential transcript released for the first time on Thursday. Nixon feared the leaks would Daniel Ellsberg likely had more than the Pentagon papers Vietnam War study to make He did not believe that mak ing his foreign policy , public be fore it was fully carried ou was necessary to the democra Former White House specia Counsel Charles W. Colsoi quoted Nixon as saying in laU June 1971, "I don't give a damn how it is done, do whatever ha: to be done to stop these leak! and prevent further unauth orized disclosures; I don't wan to be told why it can't b done." As a result, wiretaps wer placed on' the telephones o newsmen and National Securit Council staff members. Th late FBI director, J. Edga Hoover, not known for open an friendly relations with repor irs, objected and wouldn't even low the files about the taps, gainst suspected news leakers i be kept in FBI files. The wiretap files eventually: nded up in the White House. Later, the special : While touse investigative unit called ic plumbers was formed. Jven as the plumbers wero lanning the break-in at the of- ice of Daniel Ellsberg's psy- hiatrist, Nixon was com-; ilaining to aide John D. Eh- lichman that their efforts wera 'not vigorous enough." ; There is nothing in the com-: mittee's massive compilation, that shows the President knew, n advance-that a break-in was Ianned. But even in the most irivate of Nixon's conversa- .ions, there is no mention of re4 straint, of-caution, of'.how faS lis men should go in'keeping the President's secrets. Indeed, after being notified 31 months later, Nixon is quoted by Ehrlichman as saying 'that the break-in was in furtheranca of national security and fully justified by the circum, stances." '. ! Ehrlichman was convicted, along with three others on July 12 for approving an 'illegal search of the psychiatrist's office. makes shyness easier to bear -- H. C.F.: But 14 is a little old for this sort of daydreaming. Maybe your girlfriend's shyness keeps her immature, or maybe -- just maybe -- she aspires to be a safe kind of hero-worship and groupie. -- Sue THE HUT DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. m. fZA, MHPTO Motocross Tomorrow at 1:30 Gen. Admission $1.50 -- Phone 442-2847 The World of Two Wheels Hwy. 71 South at Brentwood DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulso, Channel 2 (Channel I Â»n eÂ«WÂ» In Faywtevllle) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pirtsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 : (Channel 4 on cable in Fayettevllfe) KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsn, Channel 11 KODE, Joplin, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 [Channel 9 on cable In Fayetteville) WARNER CABLE of Fayetteville 103 W. Mountain St. -- Phone 521-7730 Complete Home Entertainment Cable Service All Area Television and . . . FM Radio Time -Weather -Special Events OZARK HOME AND GARDEN CENTER Â· Shrubs Â· Seeds Â· Insecticides Â· House Plants Â· Landscaping Service 20 E. Township Rd. Vi Mile West Whit Chevrolet "We Give Your'! Green Thumb At' Helping Hand" / MOVIES ON TV SATURDAY NIGHT 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -- "Mousey" (1974) Kirk Douglas, Jean Seberg, John Vernon 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 -- "S" (1971) Warren Beatty, Goldie Hawn 10:30 p.m. Ch. 8 -- "Requiem for a Heavyweight" (1962)., Anthony Quiring Jackie Gleason, Julie Harris 10:30 p.m. Ch. 12 -- "Sun Also Rises" (1957) Tyrone Power, Aya Gardner, Mel Ferrer 10:35 p.m. Ch. 7 - "Shark" (1970) Burt Reynolds, Barry Sullivan, Silvia Pinal 10:50 p.m. Ch. 2 -- "Back from Eternity" (1956) Rod Steiger,, Robert Ryan, Anita Ekberg . 10:50 p.m. Ch. 3 -- "Suddenly Last Summer" (1959) Elizabeth Taylor, 'Katharine Hepburn, Montgomery Cliff . 11:00 p.m. Ch. 5 -- "Cry Panic" (1974) John Forsythe, Earl Holliman, Anne Francis 11:30 p.m. Ch. 6 - "The Tempest" (1958) Silvand Mangano, Van Heflin, Viveca Lindfors 11:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Six Lessons from Madame La Zonga" (1941) Lupe Velez, Helen Parish, Leon Errol 12:00 p.m. Ch. 7 -- 'The Crosby Case" (1934) Onslow Stevens SUNDAY NIGHT 7:30 p.m. Ch. 5-B-12 - "Project X" (1968) Christopher George, Greta Baldwin, Henry Jones 10:30 p.m. Ch. 8 -- "Francis of Assissi" (1961) ' Â· Â· Â· Â· Â· : Bradford Dillman, Dolores Hart, Stuart Whitman ' 10:30 p'.'rri: Ch. 16 -- "A High Wind irv Jamaica" (1965) Anthony Quinn, James Coburn, lila Kedrova 10:35 p.m. Ch. 6 -- "About Mrs. Leslie" (1954) Shirley Booth, Robert Ryan, Marjie Millar 11:30 p.m. Ch. 2 -- "Unholy Wife" (1957) Diana Dors, Rod Steiger 11:30 p.m. Ch. 3 - "Ivarez Kelly" (1966) William Holden, Richard Widmark 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 2333 N. 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