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July 21, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 21

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Vocation QUEBEC (AP) _ About 150 Quebec (armors have signed with the provincial agriculture department to house city families for summer vacations. Prices will range to $70 a week for adults and $40 a week for kids under 12. Watch Bird FRANBOROUGH. England (AP) -- A bird is being used here to protect, some, of the world's most advanced aircraft. Lachlan, a falcon, was assigned the duly of keeping other potentially troublesome birds away from the local airfield. NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS IN THE TIMES FT! CHAFFEE, Ark. (AP) --call.the biggest peacetime .re- National Guardsmen of Okla-serve manueyer in history, homa's' 45th Infantry Brigade' The forces' will meet in the will face BOO troops of the regu-wooded hills of this nearly deac- lar Army's proud 101st Air-tivated western Arkansas Army borne-Airmobile Division this post beginning Monday as the week in what military planners 15th undergoes its annual two- OOUIU FEATURE PROGRAM EAT MY MOTHER! l-CITY^ CONTINUOUS FROM DARK Northwest Arfcanwt TIMES, Sun;, July 21, 1974 * W PAVCTTIVIVI.I, ARKANSAS Oklahoma Guard To Meet Army In Maneuver veek summer training gram Palmer Buys Paper In New Mexico RATON, N.M. (AP) -- The Raton Daily Range, one of two morning daily newspaper publications in New Mexico, has been sold to David R. Palmer publisher Gene of El Dorado ,Ark. Palmer became Friday, former owner Wisner announced. J. Kenneth Green, former published of the Alamosa, Colo., Valley Courier .was named vice president and general manager Compulsory Plan MASERU, Lesotho (AP) -The government has introduced a compulsory savings plan to of The Range, ^yhich publishes Tuesday through;Sunday- '.·' Green said Saturday there are no present plans to change the publication cycle. He also said the newspaper will be converted to offset method of printing as soon as possible. Wisner, formerly of Scottsb- luft ,Neb., purchased the Range Aug. 1, 1970, from longtime owner Frank Pfeiffer. Wisner was assistant to the publisher at the ScoUsbluff Star- Herald. His father. F l o y d C. Wisner, had been Star-Herad pubsher 'from 1951 through Juy 31, 1970. Complete with live artillery and air support for effect, the 58-hour field problem will pit the 101st of Ft. Campbell, Ky. as an aggressor force against the citizen soldiers, while U.S. Army evaluators grade the Guard forces on their combat readiness and proficiency., Stale Adjutant ^General, Maj Gen.- David· C.- Matthews; sale the main point-of the war game is to sharpen the Guard's profi ciency with its equipment am as a team. Matthews, nolini that the Army has assignee some 60 per cent of the nation's defense planning to the Nation al Guard said, "We've got tc :no\v if this experiment is go ng to work. It it doesn't they pro- U.S, Defense planners) want to now about it. THE DELIVERS! CALL increase the funds available for national development. An official, announcement said the plan includes a 10 per cent cut in the salaries of cabinet ministers. An additional 10 per cent is to be deducted from the pay of civil servants and government officers earning more than $900 a year. The sum collected is to be credited them in a special tax free and interest-bearing account which the person concerned cannot touch for five ears or before he resigns or e tires. 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m IDK PIZZA, MHNWH Pfeifter and his wife, K»ye, had owned The Range since Dec. I, 1944. Palmer, .45,-is. general manager o fthe El Dorado, Ark., News-Times. · . "Other than .Israel our'new ystem of delegating the de- Who's Who?? ATLANTA (AP) -- With 17 candidates for governor and 12 running for lieutenant governor n Georgia this summer, even the candidates are having a problem remembering whos ho. State Rep. George Busbee, a candidate for the Democratic nomination for governor, was busy hand-shaking at a con vention of broadcasters. "What station are you with?' Busbee asked one man. . "Station? I'm. running.agams you for governor," the man re plied. ' ' Now Serving a la Carte Mobile Problem KAMLOOPS, B.C. (AP) -Mobile homes are involved In more complaints for their number than houses or cars, says Mike Hanson, director of trade practices with British Columbia Consumer Services. He told the Western Mobile Home Dealers' Association that most of the complaints involve construction of homes not set properly on their footings. HELD OVER! LAST BIG WEEK "AMERICAN GRAFFITI" --Plus-"LAST SUMMER" BREAKFAST 6:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m. LUNCH 11:00 a.m. · 2.00 p.m- DINNER 5:00 p.m- · 9:00 p.m. SUNDAY LUNCHEON BUFFET 11:00 a.m. -2:00 p.m. (Restaurant Closed Sunday 2 p.m.) ENJOY OUTSTANDING FOOD AT ECONOMICAL PRICES nse responsibility to the Na- onal Guard is unique in the orld, Matthews said. Matthews told newsmen Frl- ay Oklahoma is the only state th Its National Guard over- rength in manpower, and up Army, requirements In train' g. : ; . ' · '', ·· ' · . : - . · ': · i "That Is why we have been ·quipped with modern equipment, some of which the ragu- ar Army hasn't been issued," e said. ,.--.·, In review ceremonies Friday fternoon, Gov. David Hall told ie more than 4.000 men of the klahoma Army and Air Na o'nal Guards, they have staged recruiting effort which is "i model program for the nation.' Then, tie announced th« OkliH loma Guard Is 800 men over the authorized level.' In a special brleling for th« media, Matthews Wtd reporters t is the responsibility of the ress to support the guard and ts mission for the sake of na- ;ional security. Also, he cited a large inventory of combat- ready divisions In the Soviet Union and satellite nations as upport for his criticism of Je- lentfi policies with Russia.'_ ; Reporters were then given a demonstration of several pieces of weaponry used by the National Guard and the U.S. Army and were invited to ride in or operate pieces of armon and combat infantry vehicle*. _ PuxzIa.On.Poge.10A DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulso, Channel 2 (ChtniMl I «n e*bl« In F«y«ttrril1i) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV; Tuka, Channel 6 KOAM, PHftburg, Channel 7 KOED-TV (FTV), Tulta, Channel 11 KODE, JopGn, Channel T2 } KUHI, Joplln, Channel 16 !Chann»I » m akto I* Motocross Today at 1:30 Gen. Admission $1.50 -- Phone 442-2847 The World of TWO Wheels Hwy. 71 South at Brenfwood SMORGASBORD For LUNCH ALL THE PIZZA Now Mon. thru Fri. 11-2 AND SALAD YOU CAN EAT Also Mon., 5.8 p.m. All locations $145 1 ' HWT. 71 « NOW SHOWING Show Starts 9:00 A COMEDY CLASSIC Mel Brooks' SADDLES o -PLUS- PAULNEWMAN THE MACKINTOSH MAN Si From Warner Bras'j A Warner Commjnlealioos Company I Bring the Kids -- Only lOc P«r Yaor of Age- 314 South School 2325 North College Highway 68 West, Springdnle NAARNER CABLE of Fayettevllle 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 C · Shrubs · Seeds · Insecticides · House Plants · Landscaping Service 20 E. Township Rd. % Mile Weft Whit Chevrolet OPEN SUNDAYS Noon to 7:00 P.M. KETTLE SMOKEHOUSE Hwy. 71 Between Springtide Fayetteville · Country Cured Hams Bacon · Smoked Turkeys and Chickens · 01' Fashund' Smoked Sausage · Beef Sausage--Polish Sausage · Food Gifts for Any Occasion. ..... Mailed for You! · Home Made Jams Relishes · Unusual Spices Imported Teas, · 50 Varieties of CHEESE / SPECIALS... Today Only! SMOKED BEEF STICK $1-98 Ib. SMOKED PRONOLONE $1.2» K- IMPORTED HOLLAND EDAM . . . . $1.98 Ib. SwOs* MaUnm 2 F.3I. RATED (R) On For All -- All For Fun Sun. Mat 2 p.m. Rated (FG) cetuMerx PICTURES AIJD HAS TAR PICTURES PRESENT San. Mat. 2 p.m. CUNT EASTWOOD "THUNDERBOLT andUGHTFOOT 14 Sun. Mil. S4WNTtWK-^U-U1 VBU.SR -- 'its 10UKSEV -- 9:30 WALT DISNEY'S "OLP YEU.1R" Plus 'THE INCREDIBLE JOURNEY" MOVIES ON TV SUNDAY NIGHT 7:30 p.m. Ch. 5-8.12 -- "Project X" r (1968} Christophsr George, Greta Baldwin, Henry Jones 10i30 p.m. Ch. 8 -- "Francis of Assissi" (1961) Bradford Dillman, Dolores Hart, Stuart Whitman 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "A High Wind in Jamaica" (1963) . Anthony Qulrm, 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 -- "Ivgrei Kelly" (1966) William 'Holden, Richard Widmdrk Monday Night 7:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-7 -- "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" (1974) " Diane Baker, Cliff Robertson, Pamelyn Ferdin 8.00 p.m. Ch. 5-8-12 - "5 Card Stud" (1968) Dean Martin, Robert Mitehum, Inger Stevens 8;30 p.m. Ch. 2-3,7 -- "Twice In' a lifetime" (1974) Ernest Borgnine, Delia Reese, Eric Laneauville 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6.16 -- "The Girl H« left Behind" (1956) Tab Hunter, Natalie Wood 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 2333 N. College SUNDAY MORNING ' * 6:00 Party Lino l Across the Fence, S * 6:30 Across the Fence 6 Today's World 2 Sacred Heart 3 * 6:45 Pastors Study 8 Davey and GoUath 3 * 7:00 Search ---·· -- 0 Outreach : - 8 Music and the SpoKen Word -- 2 Amazing Grace , 3 Voice of Victory " * 7:15 With This Ring * 7:30 - Gcspel Singing Jubilee Voice of Victory This Is the Life ......' Kid Power ·: 12 Faith for Today .;.. . . . 4 6 Thy Kingdom Come 3, 5 'n*piration 7 * 7:45 -Hymns of Ii * 8:00 -- ' ' . Bailey's Cometj , 16 Reiiglous Town Hall 1 James Robinson T Revival Fires 5. 8 Osmonds 12 Day of Discovery 3 * 8:3» Oral Roberta S, 6 Amazing Chan 16 Thy Kingdom Come 8, 12 God Squat] . 7 Billy Jamei HargU 2 Herald of Truth 3 * 9:00 Evangelistic Temple » Insight n Gospel ol Christ It Let The Bible Speak 3 Buy Your Carpet Dirtet From The Local People That Mike It. Where You Get The Best And Save The Most. Lawrence Carpel Mills, Inc. SPRBCGDALE, ARK. HIGHWAY 68 WEST 751-7W BR'ER FRAN'S "For A Ottt Ttm» TWlfM" NEW SUMMER HOURS: OPKN 7 P.M. I* MIDNIGHT -=--- MON. thru SAT. ENTERTAINING WED. THRU SAT. ENTERTAINING FRI. and SAT. SWEET MAGNOLIA (ram Little Rock EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER FAYETTEVILLE GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory creek H«. Ann ·ni dine at THE BARN TM Call off Hwy. 71 Mnkt and inrimp, homemade tlnn ralrt. rellihai. and MlXs. family ityle flih fry FrUey. Bar BQ Ribs Saturday. Open S-10 p.m. ·at. and »im. 12 rrawt'U pun. eiotm Mon, and T»v Cam a sea u$ at beautiful erald Of Truth ex Humbard 9:30 -- athryn Kuhlipan alon On , jqrce .. 7 .. . 2 s. e ... 8 .. 12 .. 2 arshall Efron's Sunday School 16 ay of Discovery 7 10:00 -ay of Discovery ncounter aith for Today ex Humbard *rry Falweii ..»..*, - 10:30 -our of Power ..4.1..,....* mniy Swa ggart FL Action '7-1 r 11:00 hutch Service 3. 5, 6, ther People, Other Places t 11:30 - leet The Press ..* L. i^'OO' vangcl Temple Sk An Attorney Ian For Action VrestUng ...; 'ilm Vash.rifiton Debates UNDAY AFTERNOON kr 12:30 -- ssues and Answer* a 4eet the Press k 1:00 - -T0r£e Country 3Ig Valley lfm P Reports ..'.."..:..'.'. Hovie Meet The Press * 1:30 Movie 3BS Tennis Classic Parade of Champions k 2'10 - \Iovic k 2:30 -- rravelin' Movie CBS Sports Spectacular ... fr 3:30 -- flun For Your Life ·· legacy U.S. Women's Open Coif Championship . 5, 6 .. 1C ... 8 .. 12 ... 3 ... 7 ... 6 ... : ... 5 ... 7 12, 1! 2, 7 '.'.'.'. ! sV l: ...18 8. 1' 1 3. l: . 2. . 6. 1 . 7, '."·"l S. 8, I *· 4:30 -- ook Beat tar Trek . ..'...' zark Outdoors - 5:00 -- ' ' ' entle Ben hamplonship Fishing .. CBS News Retrospective Vhat's the Big Idea? ... iappy Jack and Helen .. * 5:30 - Rational Geographic ... UNDAY EVENING * :M -Vild Kingdom Oklahoma Forum * «:M - Vorld of DIanw rourney lo Japan Apple's Way *7.nri Evening at Pops * 7:30 -- .tannix McMillan and Wife Movie * 8:00 Masterpiece Theatre .... * 8:30 - fiO Minutes For the Life of Me ... Bobby Goldsboro ThrilsfleXfirs * 9:30 Firing t/lne · Dialogue '74 Beaver Lake Show .. Sanf6rd and Son H.i pny Da ya Bobby Goldabftro if 10:00 New* 2. 3, K 6, 7 * .0:19 Six Million Dollar Man Movie political Talk Johnny Carson Championship Fishing . * 10:35 Movie * 11:80- 11 2 .... 6 16 ....... 3 .·v:Vi .. 6. 13 11 7 3, 5. 7 a .. 3, 6, 1 16 ... S 12 2, 3, 5. 7 .... e. is 11 .... 6, 16 ... 2 3, ' .. S, 8. 12 11 e, is '.'.'.'.'.'.'.' i ... 2, 3. .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' i: , 8, 12, 1 2, .!;"'s."i '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'l' * 11:30- * 12:00 - *· 12:30 -- * 1:00 -* 1:15 -Christopher Cl«up MONDAY MORNING * 6:30 'arm-Ranch Report * 6:35 * 6:40 * 6:50 -- ,ight of Lite * 6:55 Mo men Is of Meditation ..... Tarvcst Time Tabernacle .... * 7:09 Death Valley Days :B! News Tody 2. 3 * 7:J8 -- Sentlc Ben * 8:00 Cartoon Circus Captain Kangaroo Seaame Street * 8:30 Oklahoma: Monday * 9:00 It's Your Bet 9 A.M. Jokers Wild sesame street Zr 3 . 5 . 12 . . 2 . 2 .. 5 . ( .. 1 .'. 1 e. is 8 5, 7 . 13 j e, it . u . i * »:3« Gambit *, I winning Streak 2. 5. ' To Tell The Truth 1 * 10:00 High Hollers 2, 3, 5, Now Vou See It 6, 1 All My Children 12 * 10:30 Brady Bunch 8. : Love Ol Life 6, 1 Hollywood Squires 2. 3, S. Coffee Break News 1 * U:0« - JacXpot * S Ike Douglas he Young snd Restless ... assword ·k 11:30 - -elebrity Sweepstakes earch for Tomorrow ...... *· 11:55 -- MONDAY AFTERNOON * U:M News 2. «. 7. abletalk · All My Children * U:15 -Leave It To Carol * 1Z:30 .el's Make 3 Deal ..; As The World Turns * 12:35 - ilelody Mattnea * 1:00 Days of Our Live* .... t, Guiding Light Newlywed Game * 1:30 Doctors 2. Girl In My life ....: Edge of Night * Z:00 Prise i« Right Another World 2 General Hospital * Z:SO - vlatch Game How To Survive A Marriage 2, One Life To LJv« * 3:90 Sesame Street 510,000 Pyramid Tattletales * 3:30 - joXer'e Will Uncle Ztb .....;. Dick Van Dyke Petticoat Junction Dinah Shore Jeopardy ..;. Maybenry R.F.D Winning. Streak Miller Rogers Wild, Wild West Flipper Fugitive Gorfler Pyle. USMC I Dream of Jeannle Virginian ... 2 6. 15 , 12 3, 5 7 e, ie «, 12 !. 5 7 12, 16 .... S .... 8 . 2. 3 5, 8, 12 .. 6, 10 3. S 7 6. It . a. 12 3. 5. 7 til S, 16 3 S, 1 . 8. 12 . 6. 16 3, S, 7 . , 12 1 ."si i si's. '.'.'.'.' 1 '.'.'."5, : J '.'.'.'.'.' 1 .'.'.'.'. i «erv Griffin * 4:30 - Beat The Clock Lucy Show Beverly Hillbillies if 5:00 -3-same Street Twilight Zone To Tell The Truth Andy Griffith * 5:30 Truth or Consequences ... MONDAV EVBNIMO ^odgepodg.lxxi^..^ * t:3« - J 12 .'.Y.Y. » t u 18 .... 3 a 7, 13, 19 Flrehouse S r elony Squad 8 The Newsmakers 11 Wild, Wild World of Animals . 7 To Tell the Truth 2 Untamed World 5 Let's Make A Dtal * 7:M - vlovie 3 ro Tennis Cookies Gunsmoke Baseball World of Joe Garagiola * 8:00 Bis Land Here's Lucy Movie * 8:30 -- . · . . Dick Van DyXe Movie * I:H CBS Reports * 10:00 News '.. 2, 3, S, 8, 7 Perry M«on * 1«:30 Johnny Ctrwn Movie Wild World Mystary ... * 11:30- Wide World Mystery . * 12:00 * 12:35 Project Tomorrow *· 1:00 -Religious Town Rail ... i. 3, f 11 S, 8. 12 .. 2, S. T « 's. t. 13 I* .. 2. 3, I . a, i« , s. it. « 1. », 5. T :::..*. iS · ¥.'£"»'.'* *

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