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NorthwMl Arkansas TIMES, TUBS., July 73, 1974 FAYITTEVILLI, ARKANSAS Returns Horn* WASHINGTON (AP) -Undersecretary of State Joseph J. Siscq returned here from Greece early Tuesday and said h* saw no sign of an anti-government coup in Athens. Sisco said he talked with the prime minister and foreign minister before his departure from Athens. Asked about rumors of a government coup, he said, "Of course. I heard in Athens about these rumors, but there was no sign to subslan tl»te them." Another official who traveled with Sisco said it appeared lite coup rumors were much stronger outside Greece than in Athens. Sisco flew back to Washington a f t e r successfully completing his mission to get a Greek-Turkish cease-fire agreement on Cyprus. HELD OVER! LAST BIG WEEK "AMERICAN GRAFFITI" --Plus-"LAST SUMMER" I Open ' n *»l. · '. »:!« fa*. MX. 1 F.M. nt) SEAN CONNERY National Geographic Specials Will Not Be Broadcast This Fall ftand?* Matinee 2 P.M. BATED (Tt) M tor All -- All lor Fu David Hartmcrn liMFIWIrtfnia op^ 9:16 Sun. Mai. 3 p.m. Kited (TGI BARBARA STRIESAND Sake " m Portraying a teacher in I Ii e fall television scries, "Lucas Tanner," is nol a difficult (ask for actor David Harlman, who's bringing a lot of himself into Ihe role. There's mucTi of his own background in the character, along with swmc of his o w n values, altitudes and enthusiasm. (AP Wirephoto) £« CR) ««.nn»«o«i*iiHu. goa. Mnt t p.m. CLINT EASTWOOD "THUNDERBOLT and LIGHTFOOT "** SaL * Sim ·eWATOAW--**1-*MI Mai. 2 YFXTKR -- 7:15 JOBH.VBV -- »:31 TWO DISKEY HITS "OLD YELLER" Plus "THE INCREDIBLE JOURNEY" NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS IN'THE TIMES DOUHE FEATURE PROGRAM YTH EVERY Bjjj^ PLEASE DONT EAT MY MOTHER! By JAY SHARBDTT I NEW YORK (AP) -- Barring lasl-minule changes by CBS, Ihe 1974-75 season will be the first in 10 years that the Nal i o n a 1 Geographic Society liasn't had one or more of its specials on network television. The reason: A federal court decision last month which ordered the Federal Communications Commission to delay mtii September 1975 revisions She FCC had made in its prime lime access rule. The revisions in effect would lave increased by I'A hours a week the lime each network could have on local stations during the prime evening hours, the FCC says. But because of the court order, CBS, which had planned to air six half-hour National Geographic specials on Salurday, said il was forced to drop Ihe programs from its .1974-75 schedule. It was the second setback of the year for the Society. Earlier it had been told ABC -which aired National Geographic specials last season -- wasn'1 renewing its contract with them for the new season. After ABC's decision, "we in essence were looking for a net work when CBS told us it hac this opening from 7:30 to 8 on Saturday nights, 1 ' said Dennis B. Kane, head of the Society's TV division. He said the sic shows, pro duccd in association with docu mentarian David L. Wolper originally were planned as 60 minute programs, the iisua length of National Geographi specials. They were cut to 30 minute: each for CBS. "It seemd at the time the CBS offer was the orily thini available to us and it was up t us to make the decision o: whether we wanted that o not," Kane said. "We finally said, 'Ralhe than leave television, becaus we feel that it is important we'll stay in it In the half-hou format and see what happn the following year.' " They'll appear during th new TV season in Canada, h added, but there's little chanc they'll appear then on CBS which aired National Geograph ic specials for eight seasons un til 1973-74. Although CBS expressed hop it could air the shows then, th Society is free to deal wilh oth er networks, he said. He wa asked why National Geographt doesn't try the syndicate route. "We may," he said. "We'r SMORGASBORD PIZZA IfljT LUNCH ALL THE PIZZA Now Mon. thru Fri. 11-2 AND SALAD YOU CAN EAT Also Mon., 5-8 p.m. All locations $i« 1 Bring the Kids -- Only lOe Per Year of Age. 314 South School 7325 North College Highway 68 West, Springdaie 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 11:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m. JOHNSON RD.--'/4 MILE N. TOWNSHIP RD. FAY. it ruling lhat oul. We've even ought of trying public tele- slon, but we haven't decided )ich direction we're going to ke. "We may just take the year f, finish all our shows and be ack on next year the way we ormally have been. But lere's no question we feel very ad Uiat we probably won't e on this year." Camel Race May Be The Lasf One VIRGINIA CITY. Nev. (AP) -- Camel races will be run gain this year in this famet Iver-mining town. But if row iness persists, tt will be the amels' last dash. Storey County commissioners oted Monday to. permit race roviding tough police super ision is maintained over thou ands of spectators expected tc tream into town Sept. 7-8. The races run since 1960 are p art of the community's lif 'lood. A century ago the cam Is hauled salt to the boom in ilver mines. Now their sprint 'own the narrow main stree ;raw tourists. But residents complained tha awlessness by students an 'outhful casino workers ha urned the event into a three lay drunk. Sheriff Bob DelCarlo said that at last year's races 68 ar rests were made for · drun! eness, fighting, vandalism an other charges. He said that I would have had 100 officer instead of 10 we would hav made 680 arrests." "These people look at this a a Wild West town but wasn't," DelCarlo said in e: plaining the rowdiness. "Th was a mining town. The aspei a Wild West place has tise alown all out of proportion." He said that commissionei approved the races for- th year but would halt futu events unless strict enforc menl ot local ordinances effe lively stops trouble. Roadblocks will be set up both ends of this legenda Comstock town. Visitors w gel brochures listing ordinana such as a ban on drinking the streets. Up to 30 extra la 1 men will be hired. "Virginia City is not I place lo be rowdy a n d rai: hell." said DelCarlo. Meat Bought For Schools WASHINGTON (AP) - The gricullure Department has ught slightly more than $5.3 illion of meat for school nchcs under an advance pur- ase program designed to take Vantage of low livestock ices. Most of the meat so far has een turkey, followed by more xpensive beet and, in a much wer quantity, pork. The program was announced iring the last week in July, hen moves by many elements the livestock industry for ovcrnment relief from dra atically sagging price levels cached full steam. Advance purchases of meat or the c om i n g year's school unch programs was one of the lajor poults in the list of desir- 1 government actions. Passage of legislation provid- anged between 70 and 76.7j ents, settling last week at b«- wcen 72.46 lo 74 cents. The top id then was 87 cents, down 2.88 cents from the previous ·eek's top. For turkey, the average price o dale is 38.97 cents a pound, about 1.05 million pounds of ooked turkey rolls have been bought, with about twice as much ready-to-cook whole tur- g government vestock loans, guarantees on which is on resident Nixon's desk, .eat import restrictions, ant stil pposod by the Administration were two of the other items. When he announced the f 150,million advance purchase pro [ram, Secretary of Agriculture 3arl L. Butz, said the time wa. ight tr, save taxpayers' money y going in when prices were ow. The latest purchases are ti p, announced Wednesday. Tc ate, the department ha ought 3,773,000 pounds of fro en regular hamburger for $2, 20,000 million, 4,817,000 pounds f turkey meat for $1,B77,OOC nd 696,00 pounds of pork fo 617,000. For beef, that works out t an average 74.7 cents a poiim Early in the program price keys at half the cost. State* will have' to pay $189,000 in processing costs. For the canned pork, most expensive item on the shopping list so far, the average price is 88.06 cents a pound. Last week's buy was for 89.94 cents a pound, with the higher of the two other bids 96.07 cents. P o r k is being bought bi-monthly, while the others are coming under weekly bidding. UA Gets Grant To Study Insects WASHINGTON (AP) -- Upsurges this decade in world demand for protein in human food s a major element in govern' m«nt in food-policy .calculations and calls for full U.S. f a r m production. Also the market or cheap protein are catfish, the Agriculture Department noles. So the department's Cooperative State Research Service has provided $102,299 in a grant to University of Arkansas insect scientists. They are to study the kinds of bugs attracted by light, as a possible .alternative food for catFish in the face of scarce supplies of preferred Peruvian fishmeal and high costs of soybean meal. Catfish farming is a large undertaking in Arkansas am some other Southern states, a spokesman said, and feed sup ply and price problems may re suit in curtailed production. So the researchers are trying o determine if a black incandescent light will attract enough insects to replace or significantly supplement other protein for pond-raised catfish. They will study the best times to turn on the lights each day. the species and life stages of the bugs they attract ana any differences in growth, survival and digestion by the fish, the spokesman said. Smith Dies PHILADELPHIA (AP) -George F- Smith, 77, former president of Johnson Johnson, died Monday at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital after a long illness. Smith' served as president of the firm from 1943 to 1960, when he re-i tired. He was a former president of the Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association and the National Fund for Graduats Nursing Education. . . NOW SHOWING Show Starts 9:00 A COMEDY CLASSIC Mel Brooks' S7WDLES -PLUS- PAULNEWMAN THE MACKINTOSH MAN From Warner Bras O THE FIZZ A HOT DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel z (ehiniwt I »n cibfo In Fayttttvill*) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittshurg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Channel 4 on eabr* In FayittcvUI*) KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, Jopfin, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplirt, Channel 16 (Channel t en cable In F«y*tt«vlll«) O - WARNER CABLE of FayettevHle 103 W. Mountain St. -- Phone 521-7736 Complet* Home Entertainment Cable Service All Area Television and . . . FM Radio Time · Weather - Special Events MOVIES ON TV Tuesday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 5-8-12 -- "The Third Cirl From the left" (1973) Kim Novak, Tony Curtis, Michael Brandon 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Pretty Poison" (1968) Anthony Parkins, Tuesday Weld, Beverly Garland Wednesday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -- "Scream, Pretty Peggy" (1973) Belts Davis, Ted Bessell,Sian Barbara Allen 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 -- 'The Great Northfield, Minnesota Raid" (1972) Cliff Robertson, Luke Askev, R. G. Armstrong. 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6116.-- "The Corrupt Ones" (1969) Robert Stack, Elke Sommers, Nancy Kwan TUESDAY EVENING* 5:OB Truth or C OZARK HOME AND GARDEN CENTER · Shrubs · Seeds · Insecticides · House Plants · Landscaping Servic* 20 E. Township Rd. 'A Mile West Whtt Chevrolet "W« Give Youri, Green Thumb A Helping Hand" I Conseciuencea .......... T To Tell The Truth .............. 3 A n d y Griffith Sesame Street 11 Twilight Zone M * 5:30 News t. S !. 6, 1, 16. 12 Truth or Consequences ... · * 6:00 -Making Things Grow 11 News ".. 2, 3.5, 6, 7. 8, 12, 16 * 6:30 Felony Squad 8 You Owe It To Yourself 11 Oizie's Girls 7 Wild Kingdom Let's Make A Deal Hogan's Heron H Dmty's Trail 12 To Tell The Truth 2 * 7:00 Baseball World of Joe Garagiota I, J, 7 Man Builds, Man Destroys . . . . 11 Happy Days ». 12 Maude f, 16 Let's Make a. Deal 8 * 7:15 -Baseball All-Star Gams .. », 3, 7 * Hawaii Five-O 6, 1« The Naturalist! * 8:00- What's The TSig Idea? if 8:30 Shaft « * 9:01 Indians for Indiana Marcus Welby 8, I, 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound Z333 N. College 442-8575 Buy Your Carpet Direct From The Local People Thai Make It. Where You Get The Best And Save The Most. Lawrence Carpet Mills, Inc. SPRINGDALE, ARK. HIGHWAY 68 WEST 751-7M1 * 9:30 Today's Yoga .................. 11 ·k 10:00 -News ......... 2, 3, 5, S, 7, 8, 12, 1« * 18:30 Wide World Mystery .......... 12 Johnny Carson ..... ... 2, 3, S, 7 Perry Mason Movie 11:30 - g, IS Wide World Mystery ............ 8 it 1Z:00 Tomorrow .......... .. 2, 8, S T ·k 12:10 -Project ...................... .... « * 1:00 Oklahoma Forum ................ 3 WEDNESDAY MORNING-* 6:30 Farm-Ranch Heport .......... t BR'ER FRAN'S "For A Cowl Time Tonight" NEW SUMMER HOURS: OPEN 7 P.M. to MIDNIGHT MOH. thru SAT. ENTERTAINING WED. THRU SAT. ENTERTAINING FRI. and SAT." SWEET MAGNOLIA rrom Lmie Rock EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER FAYETTEVILLE 521-9303 Inspiration 3 News 1 * 6:50 Light of Life « Today in Agriculture 7 * 6:55 Harvest Time Tabernacle ..--.. 5 Moments of Meditation 8 GET OUT OF TOWN Drive »ut to Hickory creek Ree, Area ind dine it THE BARN «4 Zitt off Hwy. 71 lleaki and shrimp, homemade cinnima-n rolls, relishes, and szlads. Family »tyl* fish In Friday, ·ar BQ nibs Saturday. Open 5-10 p.m. III. and Sun. 12 nrxm-10 p.rn. Closed Men, and Tuv. Cwna tee us at b*«ut»ul Beaver Like, Project * 7:» Death Valley Days News Today 2, Country Music Tim* * 1:30 Gentle Ben * 8:00 Captain Kangaroo Sesame Street Cartoon Ctrcua *8:30Oklahoma: Wednesday .... * 9:00 - Seaame 8trc«t 9 A.M Jokers Wild It's Your Bet Movie .. Dinah Shora *· 9:30 Gambit To Tell The Truth Winning Streak if 10:00 High Rollers i, Now YOU See It AU My Children * 18:30 Hollywood Square* .... 2, Brady Bunch -Love of Life * 19:55 - 12 «, 19 3. 5 7 ..... I 1 e .... u . . . . 12 I 1. I, 7 . t, 1« 1 2. «. ' 3 !, . . « , i « ... 12 3. !, 1 .. », 12 .. «. II Coffee Break * News 1$ * I1:M Jackpot 1 S, 7 Hike' Douglia 2 The Youns; and Restless .... $, 18 Password I, 12 .. »:30 Celebrity Sweepstakes 3, 5, 7 Search for Tomorrow 6, Ifl Split Second I. U 11:55 -News 3, !, 7 WEDNESDAY AFTERNCON- * 12:00 All My Children » Phil Donaho* New« TableUlk 12:15 Leave it to Carol tt 12:30 -Jeopardy] 2, 3 Let's Make a Deal S, «, 12 1, 6, T, 12, 1) Edge ot Night .... Doctors ., * 2:00 Price Is Bight Another World General HocpltaJ ... if 2:30 How To Survlva A Marriage . ., Today's Yoga One Lite To Llv» ... Match Gama * 3:00 Sesame Street Tattlelales Cartoons 510,000 Pyramid .... Somerset ml .. Ai The World Turn* Melody Matinee Newly wed Gam« Gulldine Light Days ol Our Ltvea . * 1:30 Girl In My Life , ., «, M «, 12 8. If ,,.. *, J, I. ' I M », 1« J. !. 5. 7 8, 18 3. 3, S, 1 I, 12 Bonanza. Merv Griffin * 4:30 Electric Company , Lucy Show Beverly HiUbllllea Beat the Clock 2, 3 I, 7 11 «, 12 f, 16 .... II t, IS I 12 * 3:30 Jeopardy Mayberry R.F.D Uncle Zeb Joker's Wild Dick Van Dyke Pettfcost Junction .. Dinah Shon * 4:00- Wlnnlng. Streak Gamer Pyl«, OSMO . Fuglllva I Dream of Jftannt* Mlater Roger* Wild, Wild Waat ... Flipper J. 3. S, 7 I. 1 .. 12 ... I ... 6 ,.. 16 .... 2 .... 3 Daniel Boone * 5:00 Andy Griffith « Truth or Consequencel 7 To Tell The Truth News X, 8 Sesame Street H Twilight Zone l« * i:30- New» t, »,», «,T, 12 Truth or Conaequ«nc«s ... I WEDNESDAY EVENING-* 8:W- New* * 3, I, ». 7, «, 12. 16 Inside Oklahoma Education .... 11 * 6:30 Felony Squad Grand. Master Chess Hogan's Heroes The Cowboys Wait Till Your Father Get* Horn* v . ,1 Hollywood Sejuarea t. 12 To Tell The Truth 2 * 7:0« - Ch»w 2. *. Country Music Festival a The Cowboys 12 Tony Orlando and Dawn 6, 18 Zoom u * 7:30 - Boboqulvaii _ 11 Movie s, u * 8:00 -Hollywood Television Theatre Movie 2, 3, 5, Cannon 6. *»:N- Doc Elliot I Music of the People Kojak « 9:30 -Today's Yoga * 10:00 -News 2, 3, 5, 6, T. t, 12, 1« : 10:30 -Wide World Special II Perry Mason 8 Movie 6, IS Johnny Carson 2. 3. 5 7 * 11:30 Wide World Special » ·«V 12:00 -Tomorrow 2, 3, 5. T if 12:20 -Project « * 1:00 Today'* World 2 11 7 12 11 18 11

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