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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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HOUSECALLSAREINAGAM youl tow every minute: CONTINUOUS FROM DARK Ml. 7114724 12 · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sat., Aug. 3. 1974 rAYITTIVILLI, ARKANSAS FIRST TIME TOGETHER! BOTH FILMED IN ARKANSAS ATRUVSTOfty .ittaKtiM-MkTaMsn NOW SHOWING' Show Startt 8:40 ; DRIVE-IN r THEATRE ALL DAY SUNDAY FATAL CHASE . an Oklahoma man teas -fatally wounded after a high speed chase in Memphis PIZZAS FOR THE PRICE OF -- No Coupon Neccesary -- 314 South School 2325 North College Highway 68 West, Sprlngdale Job Placement Up LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The state Employment Security Division_said Friday its.job placements had increased th.re» per cent in Ii3cal1974. Inn. Mrt. 2 P.M. !PC) MM- Fonda -- Susan Ceorge DIRTY MAnr GRAZYURRV IT'S ALMOST TIME FOR SUNDAY BRUNCH AT The Farmer's Daughter This Week she is cooking Chicken and Dumplings, Pork Chops, Rice and Broccoli Bake, Corn Fritters, Fruit Salad and Gran- nie's Fudge Cake. Don't be late! 11=30 'tH 2 p.m. Big Folk $3.95 Little Folk $2.00 Call 521-8686 for Reservations On Johnson Rd. Between Township and By-Pew Open 7 Fet. 7:20 emdj. MaUxn 3 PJI. · " '. - BATED (P«) On« for All -- Att (or n At Bonanza you don't have to eat in the parking lot. DrivB-ins are nice. For kids. Kids don't take up much room, so they don't mind the cramped quarters of a car. They don'tmind iftheygetkeldnipon their clothes and mustard on theirnose. They haven't worked all day, so they don'tcrave relaxation. And they love hamburgers. At Bonanza, our parki ng lot is for parking your car. You leave it there and have aquictdinneratoneofour roomy tables or cozy booths. "-- ~ Instead of h ard cement and headlights we havesoftwall-tc-wall carpeting and indirect lighting. '·';·. .-.···' Of course, your kids can still have hamburgers, but you can have a steak. Don'tyou deserve to have what you wanttohavefordinner? .... ·% taUiMif; Bonanza The family restaurant even a father could love. Bon anzaburger and French fries. $1.19 With Cheese.'* 1 29 $2.29 Hiahwoy7l North CAKMUr AVAMIU 521-3565 Canada To Buy More U.S. Beef OTTAWA (AP) -- Canada says it'will resume: meat inl- ports from the United States ifter a four : morith ban,, (ollow- ng agreement on ar new'system to keep out meat treatetj with a con trovers ial .growth'-.' hormone* However the Canadian gov ernment will impose a quota on live cattle -- 82,835 head in the next 12 months -- to stabilize the domestic market. A U S Canadian controversy centered o n ; t h e - growth hor mone Diethylstilbestrol' (DES) i In April 1973, the U.S. Food a n d Drug Administration banned the use of DES in the United States because of the; re- ults of laboratory'experiments on animals The action was tak en without a hearing and the U S Court of Appeals in Wash ington overturned the FDA rul ttg'in January Trie-chemical .is .outlawed in Canada for use with livestock The ban which covered sheep as well as cattle, ; .'wcnt into'ef feet. April ,9 a['.er : the Canadian govern m ent s aid - no. s atisf ac- tory method had been found to ensure imports were free from DES Canadian health department officials said Friday that under the new plan screening of me* foe DES .woUld' ; Be icarried oul iniHii'UfimBia Mat.-Z p.m. ; . : Rated (PG) ' BARBARA STRIESANy cLiisrr EASTWOOD "THUNDfflBOLT andLIGHTFOOT" Bank Assets Up LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The 183 state chartered bank;, in Ar kansas increased their total as sets by 186 per cent in the dec ade that ended with the fiscal year June 30, the state Banking Department said. Assets, for.; the : 181 state-chartered banks; in existence June 30, 1964 totaled $897,780,837. For the 183 in biisiness r June-30-oi this year The" total -was J2 561? 583 818, Total loans increased by 226 per cent. Oklahoma Prison Escapee Killed MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -Police have'Ideitifled a m a n .shot and. killed by officers Wednesday as an escapee from the Oklahoma State Prison at McAlester, Okla. Capt.'T. H. Smith, homicide commander, Friday identified the man as Larry Curtis Fox, 29, of Norman. Okla.. a trusty who' escaped from the Okla- .homa facility March 17, 1974. Authorities said Fox had entered the prison in February on a four year term for knowingly receiving stolen property; He waj convicted in Shawnee Pottawatomie; County. Police shot and killed Fox following, a robbery at-a midtown Convenience foodstore and a high-speed ch as;e '· in south Memphis. ' - · - . : At an intersection, the man rammed a police car carrying patrolmen R. D. Roleson and I. J. Williams, Smith-said. As .the man .was getting out of his .car, officers said he raised a gun and officers opened fire'. at'; the windshield'. of the car, striking the man in the face. . - · · · · . . : - . ice said : Thursday the getaway-car .used i t u t h - e rob- ery : had been stolen earlier rom a parking lot near the convenience: store. · Police Director JayHubbard, who relieved Roleson and Wiliams and Sgt. T. M. Jones rom duty Wednesday pending an - investigation, said all three men would be back on d u t y Friday. "There is no-basis at all .for 'urther investigation in order to satisfy ourselves that th« action these officers took was prep" Hubbard said. by" inanans. government veter Wife Sentenced LITTLE ROCK AP) -- Betty Sue Taylor, 36 of Rector re ceived a four year sentenci Friday lor allegedly aiding hei husband in the April 1 robbery of about.$7,000 : fro m t h e Citizens Bank'of Jacksonville. Judge G Thomas Eisele o U S District Court at Little Rock'said IJrs. Taylor could be paroled at any time during he: sentence. He' recommended :shi be placed in a federal penal fa cihty with psychiatric services ~Mrs Taylors-husband, imd ell A Taylor, 44 was sentence July 2 to six years in prison f o robbing the:bank. Today In. History MRHMHMRMiMwf ; By}^Th« Associated Press Todpy : is Saturday, Aug. 3, he 215th day ol 1974. There are 150 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history. ·On this,date-in 1492, Christ opher Columbus sailed from ipain on the expedition that re suited in.- the discovery ol America. · · · · . ' On this date: In 1780,; Benedict Arnold was put in'command of the fortifi cations -at West Point, Mew York, during the American devolution. In 1881, British troops occu pied the Egyptian .town of Suez In 1914, ·· Germany declarec war on France. In 1931, the,first airliner hi lacking was attempted. A man and his son flying from Los An geles to Houston tried, withpu success, to divert an airliner, tc Cuba. In 1943. during;World War II there were anti-Nazi demon str.ations in Milan, Genoa am other cities in Northern Italy. In 1951, it was disclosed tha 90 cadets at the U.S. Militar Academy at. West Point, -Nev York had.been dismissed fo cheating in examinations. Ten years ago: Soviet : Pfe mier Nikita .Khrushchev callec tor an early German-peace set tlement as,a major step tbwarc elimination .of tension between East and West. .Five years ago: Presiden Nixon wound up a visit ,tc Bucharest saving that i n ' h i trips to 60 nations, "there ha( been ; none m o r e memorabli than his visit to Romania." One year ago: A fire at a amusement center- on Britain' Isle of Man claimed 51 lives. THE 21-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. m nz#\ r MHPWOJ Queen's Cousin " · To Siand Trial . NENBURY, England (AP)--!' :iizabeth Wise, a cmisin. of .uecn Elizabeth, 1 .will be' tr'H I n a charge of murdering her -month-old child. Mrs.. Wise, 37, entered no; lea Friday and was ordered to. tahd' ]u ry trial. She is. a granl\: aughter of. the : queen's aunt,- 'rincess 1 Alice.',''.: 'Wj'f.-V. - i : tj- Defense attorney David Napl-j y said the child, Emma,' was*. wth deaf and blind'and ;Mrs.3 Vise; felt her condition would? ever improve.- .: . · t Anne To Visit v |j LONDON- (AP) -- Princess* Anne and her husband, Capt.y Mark Phillips, will visit Canada! his fall. S Buckingham Palace · an-- lounccd Friday that the couplst- will be in Canada Nov. 15-19.t and-.the princess 'will'open' the! loyal Agricultural Winter Fajr$ n Toronto on the day xrf heri arrival. . .; NOW SHOWING Feature 8:40 FIRST RUN .23IG "BAD TMLAJMAj LAWBREAMIW.TAK.SHAiaMa j eUNTOtmG,WIDEOPEM ' ' AMEMCAN dRLSr : LGHMG BUSTERS. LATE BONUS "BIG BIRD CAGE 71 (R) DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to ehanf e without notice KTiW, TBHO, Cnamm 2 (ClwiHWI I ·» ukto in rtytttrrtn*} KYTV, Springfield, Choiiiwl 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulja, Channel 6 KOAM, PHtjbirrg, Chann«l 7 KTUl, Tulsa, Channel 8 CChMHl 4 ·« cakta In FirtHivlRt) -. KOED-TV (FW), Tulsa, Channel it KODE, JopDn, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 · ICIuflnM t *n eabto In r«yMt*vlU) 1 \AARNER CABLE of Fayetteville 103 W. Mountain Sf. -- Phone 521-773* Complete Home Entertainment Cable Service All Area Television apd . . . FM Radio , Time - Weather - Special Events OZARK HOME AND \ GARDEN CENTER · Shrubs · Smds · IniBcticidej · Hous* Plants · Landscaping Service 20 E. Township Rd. Vt Mile West Whit Chevrolet "W« Civ* Your y Green Thumb A Helping Hand" ( MOVIES Qh4 TV Saturday Night · 700 pm. Ch 2-3-5-7 -- "Honky Tonk" (1974) Richard Crenna, Geoffrey ' Lewii/ .Margb* Kidder 7:30 p m Ch 8-12 - "Death Squad" (1974) j Robert Forster, Claude Akins, Melvin. Douglas 8 30 pm, Ch 2-3-5-7 ^f"Th»'Girl on:the late, Late -.,..·' :Show" (197-4) Don Murray,'Joe Santos, . , - ' . . Ralph Meeker ' " . ' · ' ; . . ' . 1030 prn Ch 2 -- "Tender lithe Night" (1961) Joarv Fontaine, Tom' Ewelf, Jil] St.-John . 10i30 pm. Ch 3 -- "A Study in Terror" (1965) John Neville, Donald Houston, Barbara Windsor 10.30 pm. Ch. 6 -- "Somebody loves Me" (1952) Betty Mutton, Ralph Meeker · . 10 30 p m Ch. 5 -- '7he Hanged Mon" (1974) Steve Forest, Sharon Acker, ; Cameron-Mitchell 1030 p m Ch 7 -- "Dark Command" (1940) Walter Pidgepn, John Wayne, Claire Trevor 1 0 3 0 p m Ch 8 -- "MeHaleV Navy Joins the Air Force" (1965) Tim Conway, Jo'e Flyrln, Gory Vinson 1 0 3 0 p m Ch 12 -"April love" (1957) Pot Boone, Shirley' Jones, Arthur CyConhell '1030 p m Ch. 16 -- "There's One Born .Every Minute'^ (1942) Hugh Herbert, Tom Brown 1 2 0 0 p m Ch 7 --TSon of Drdeula" (1943) ton Chaney, Louise Allbritton Sunday Night 7 3 0 p m Ch. 5-8-12 - "Jigsaw" (1972) , James Wainwright,-Verq; Miles', Richard Kiley 1030 pm Ch. 2 -- 'The Adventures of Sadie" (1953) Jou'' Collins, George Cole, Robertson Hare 1030 pm. Cn * -- "Court Jester" (1956) Danny Kaye, Glynis Johns, Basil Ralhbone 1030 p m C h 8-"Wall of-Noise" (1963) . Suzanne Pleshetfe, porothy Provlne, Ty Hardin 1 0 3 0 p m . Ch 16 - "The Reword" (1965) Max von Sydow, Yvette Mimieux, Efram Zimbalis* Jr. 11.00 pm Ch. 3 -- 'The Happening" (1967)Anthony Quinn, Faye Dunaway, Robert Walker 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 2233 N. College 442-8575 Buy Your Carpet Direct From The Local People That Make It. Where You Get The Best And Save The Most. Lawrence Carpel Mills, Inc. SPRINGDALE, ARK. . , HIGHWAY «8 WEST ' 751-7M1-. BR'ER FRAN'S "Fur A M4 Tim* TMrifM" NEW iUMMZR HOUMI: arm 7 PM. to MIDNIQHT ; MOH. thnt »AT. ENTERTAINING WED. THRU. SAT. Fayetieville's Own GATES GANG EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER FAYETTEVILLE 521-im GET OUT OF TOWN Brl». cut I* Hickory Cmk MM. and dint «t THE BARN 2M *Mt »ff Mwy. 71. Miulu ami ihrlmy, «Ml i, raBtb**, Fnnlfy «/!· fttk fry FrMqr. OMK S-M p.m. ·rt. MM imn. 12 nMd-u fjm. CI*M MM. and run. ' i ·* * kwwIHil mtmr SATURDAY EVENING * «00 Eagle Hu Landed M Newl 2 3 5 U Jimmy Dean 7 Grand Matter Chei* I I T^awrence WeK . r. .. 8 Hee Haw . '. , . , ' , , « * t 30 -Brian Keith . . . t Police' Surgeon : ...;.. . . . . - - 3 Treacure Hunt . . . . . . . . . . . : . . J 2 Dragnet 5 Big Euel 11 1 ve Cot A Secret 1C That Good-.Oil N»jhvlU« Music 7 * 7:W -Movie . 1 3 5 1 All In The Family .. «, 18 CarraAcolendaa' -11 Partridge Tamily . . «, 12 Movie . ., t, 12 Muh . 6,'It Hollywood -T«levUion Thtatrc 11 *· 8 00 -Mary Tyler Moor« . . . . . . . . . . . . «/!· Movie : . . . . . : . . . . . . . . . . 2. 3. 8. T Playhouie New York on the 40« 11 Bob Newhart ,:......'. ..... .. S. 1« Owen Manhall Barnaby Jone* * 19.98 -- Newi 2,3 . t 12 6 16 S, « ,7 I It 1 Movie . J J 5 «. 7 I 12 16 * It W Wrestling ....... 3 Movie 7 Wacky World af Jonathan Winters . 16 * H M -- Cluilc Cliff Kanfen 2 Don Klrshneri Aock Concert fi New* . 12 SUNDAY MORNING * 6 M -Party Una ....... 2 AcroKthe.Fenca . . . . . . . . ......... t * «·» - AcroM 'the Tenea. ..*..,...,»,.. Sacred Heart" ...... .... . 3 Today'! World ........... f * 6:45 Davey and Goliath .......... ..... 3 * 7:00 -- Mualc and tha Spoken Word ..-.; 2 Search ......... : . . . . . . -- . ...... t Outreach .............. ; . .- ..... ft Amazfntf Grace .................. 3 Voice ol Victory ............... I * 7 : I 5 -- . Paator's Study ................. a With ThU Ring .......... ;. ...... 12 * 7:I« - Goipel Sln|lnt( JuMlea ........ Kldower . . . . . . . . . ..".... . . . . . 12 Faith Tor Today · ........ .- ....... ;lis Voice of Victory .............. a ThU li. the Life .......... ;.... 2 Thy Kingdom Come ........ 3, 5 *7:« -Hymns of Inapiratlon .......... T . Thli I. the Uf. . . . . ........... I Outreach . . . . · ........ . ...... ;.., 8 Osmond* ........... .....'........12 Balley'a Cometa ............ .... If Rellfious Townhall ....... ..... 2 Jime* Rohiaon ........ . .......... 7 Day of DiKov.ry .............. 1 * 8:3« Oral Roberta , Amailni Chan Thy Kingdom Come Billy Jamei Harib .. .... God Squad ';.... Heraldof Tru* ;... * 9:M You .,, Rex Kumbard Evancellatlc Temple Gospel of Chrlat r . Ltt The Bible Speak Herald Of Tnilh Inalfht * 9:M Marshall Efron'i Sunday School Kathryn Xuhlman Vl»lon On Day 'Of Discovery : Oral Roberta * »:·» Day of Discovery Taith for Today ........ Can the Doctor ,. Oral Roberta .:..... Hex Humbard -. Zneeunter ...,J, '%,,*, ·; Jerry Falwell ... if 10:39 -Bookshelf Dialogue 18 ..... ·Hour of Power .. Jimmy Swaeaart - NFL.Action 74 .. *· 11:00 Church Service .. Webber's World Other.People. Other Place* . : * 11:30 -- · ··· · · " :;·. Church Service Meet the PreM 2, To Be Announced Name of the J«me .........;.. Wrestling ..'.'. Hawaii: Crossroads of t h e . . , -Pacific,.;.: ·'.,.. Washington Debates Evangel .Temple, A»k An Attorney Plan For Action ·k 12:39 -Big Valley Issues and Answers S, ». Pro Tennis

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