Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 1, 1974 · Page 15
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 1, 1974
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Two Killed In Riots PARIS (AP) -- Two more prisoners were killed during a riol in a French prison early today, and a rash of strikes by prison guard!! spread to Mul- housc, giving impetus to reforms in criminal courl proce- dure proposed by Justice Minister Jean Lecanuet. Some 2.00 prisoners at St. M a ' r t I n-de-Rc prison overpowered their civilian guards Tuesday night and gathered in the central courtyard where they tried to set fire to the century-old prison, but military se- curity forces launched an assault at dawn today and quelled the riot. The TIMES t» On Top of Th» Newi Seven Days a Week Taco Grande SUMMER FESTIVAL SANCHOS BURRITOS 25* Off 25c OFF WEDS. JULY 31 THURS. AUG. 1 FRI. AUG. 2 HOME OF THE 25c TACO SANCHOS BURRITOS Reg. Price 75c 75c Sals Price 50c 50c MEXICAN DINNERS TACO . . . . . . . . . . 1.29 SANCHO . . . .,.- '...'..:,', - . . . . . . . . . . . 1.64 BURRITO . . . . . . 1.64 ENCHILADA , 1.49 COMBINATION . . ,.,. .'. . . . . . . . . . . . 2.14 TACO GRANDE 2366 North College, Fayetteville Phone 521.8560 1974 --THE YEAR OF THE ENCHILADA -- 1974 AMERICA'S FAVORITE PIZZA Giant Pizza See Coupon Offer Below. BUFFET Mon.-Fri. 11-2 $1.59 jOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOpq BRING THIS COUPON pOOOOOMOOOooOOOOOOO; FREE 8 With this coupon, buy any giant, large or medium, pizza at regular price and receive one pizza of the next smaller size with equal number of ingredients FREE! One coupon per visit, please. Valid Thru Sun., Aug. 4 Onion GrtenOliit 9l»ck Olive GrttnPtppei MuihrooTM F*prxroni B t r l HoUaUptno Aothotr ViChteit.'r Berl Vlti» Inn Spweiil Beell ChopptdOniont PeppC'oni A Mutriroom Ptppcsoni G-etn Pippc Eilialngiedlent* Hal Added lo Plain Ch 1821 Green Acres Rd. Foyetrevillle, Ark. 443-5267 Share a 808 Wesr Sunset Springdale, Ark. 751-1004 today, Despite NFL Strike TV Leaves Football Schedules Unchanged By JAY SHARBUTT NEW YORK (AP) - The tliree TV networks, electronic eyes steady and microphones ready, say their annual pro start on month, even if ootball blitz chedule this some of the best-known players don't. The 32-day-old NFL piayers' strike still is under way and ess than 2 weeks lain be- ore the start c. ^.rsseason lay. a Cincinnati Bengals-At- "anta Falcons joust NBC will Theft Of Auto Engine Reported Larry Bell of the 62 Auto Salvage, Hwy. 62 west, told Fayetteville police that a man had made arrangements to pur chase a used auto engine from him and, after the engine was loaded inlo his car, leit without paying for the engine. Bell said he had an employe help to unload the trade-in engine and to load the new one Bell said he then asked the employe to do something else Bell said he went into the offio 3xpecting the man lo conu inside and pay ' for the engine but that after a shorl time hi looked outside and the car wa gone.- televise on Aug. 17. ' ' Even if the strike isn't over by then, ABC, NBC and CRS officials say, there still are no current plans lo drop any games from the three-network schedule of 1% games, from preseason to Pro Bowl. The only uncertain note is sounded by a spokesman for ABC Sports President Uoonc rledge, whose network has 18 games--including the J a n . 0 Pro Bowl in Miami--coming p [his season. Asked if ABC might not lele- se several of the early games the strike doesn't end, the pokesman replied; "That's ard question, because we've diked about that and really laven't made a decision." But he emphasized that as of ow, ABCs · schedule remains nchanged. As if ABC doesn't h a v e nough lo worry about, its opener on Aug. 19 w i l l , for !he its hislory, be against NBC's irst lime in c o m p e t i n g Window Broken SPRINGDALE -- A rock wa thrown through Ihe front dii play, window at Layman' Shopping Center on East Emm Avenue Monday night. Damag was estimated at ?176. N K L Monday Night Football Northwest Arkansnj TIMES, Thurj., Aug. 1, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, A R K A N S A S ;ame. At CBS, and NBC, each fac- g an 89-ganie schedule, t h e official word i.s that no games vill be dropped, even if the strike continues. · The year's pro football pack- ge is costing the networks in excess of S52 million. Industry sources say ABC. whose games prime evening ing national advertisers an average of $100,ODD per minute for arc time, costly charg Twenty Names Drawn For Petit Jury Twenty more Washington County residents, whose names were drawn from the petit jury venire for Hip July term of Cir cult Court, have been called to appear Friday. The prospective jurors are to spear in Circuit Court Friday a Pi: at 8:30 a.m. for instructions Judge Maupil from Circuit Cununings. They are William Darling Kaycttcvilte; Marilyn Croucli its preseason and regular sea- Fayettevil!c;Harolci B a r n e s son games. Farmington; James C. Moore The preseason tab at CBSiFayeltcville: Martha Davif and NBC is $60.000 ant! $49.000 jFayettcville: Lorcne Gilmore a minute, respectively, sources [Spriiigctiile: Carlene Loguc say. The networks, which d e - j J o h n s o n ; Nancy Richards, Fa cliue lo say what prices they're I ettovillc: Katharine Hani?,, Wcs charging, each plan lo air three Fork; Harry Budd. Faycllc preseason games. Ivillc. Children Endangered BIRMINGHAM,' .England AP) -- Police spoiled Victoria lulchinson, 27, driving through Yorkshire with her 5-year-old aughter and another youngster ying on the luggage rack on op of the ear. clinging to!, the 'ronl bar. X "The children pestered me la .ravel on top," Mrs. Hufchinson told a magistrates' courtiTJues- day. "1 showed them how lo :iold on Ihe how to pound on the roof if they wanted lo slop." The magistrates fined * her $120-lhe maximum-tor carrying passengers in a dangerous manner. ;,_ Wesley Gordon, FayelleVille: Russell Seay. Springdale; Lena Collins. Springdale: Jessie Lewis, Prairie township; Bonnia Hanks. Springdale; John Cox, Fayetteville: William Jowers, Fa'yeUeville; Shirley Franklin, West Fork: Robert R. Robinson. Springdale; and Robert L. Graves, Winslow. , KEN'S PIZZA RESERVE NOTE $1.00 OFF WITH PURCHASE OF ANY 15" PIZZA Not Good On Delivery Or Carry Out MOOMAIU AT 409 Wesr Diekson VOID WITH AKY OTHER PROMOTION KEN'S PIZZA DOLLAR Smirnoff,grapefruit juice and Triple Sec. For a long time we clung to the notion that longer days called for longer drinks.That any suggestion we made for summer had to be served in a tall glass. The neatness of that logic, we now realize, blinded us to its flaws. Like the more the merrier or the bigger the better- it's too pat to be true. What really matters, obviously, is not how tall a drink is but how good. So before you pack all your stubby little glasses in mothballs, you may want to try a Sunstroke. Sometimes less is more. ··*····»·*·*··········· Hie Sunstroke. To make a Sunstroke, pour 1 1 /2 ounces of Smirnoff and 3 ounces of grapefruit juice into a short glass filled with ice. Add a little Triple Sec or sugar and stir. Qmirnoff It leaves you breathless? -SMIRNOFF VODKA,30 A 100PflOOF.OISTILUDFROM RAIU.M£.PIERflESMIRNOFf FLS,(0(V3'ON Of H£UBLiN,INC,HIAR7FCRD,CONNECTICUT-

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