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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 19

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Woman Chases Down Burglars -- A- 27-year-old woman used her pickup truck to chase down three burglars who stole her television set. The burglars, apparently unnerved by the derring-do, drove their truck into a drainage ditch and were captured by police. ' · . "Anyone who deprives a woman of' her soap operas is NOW SHOWING Optti 7:30 Show 8:10 aoking for trouble," Linda A. MlUer of Thornton said after the S'/i-mlle chase. Mrs. MlUer, a slim, S-foot-3 mother of a 19-month-old son, arrived home on Wednesday lo find a van truck pulling away from the curb svilh the back door open. She saw two men run from the rear of the house. Finding her television eel missing, she chased the truck t h r o u g h suburban Denver streets. "They turned toward me, and I turned toward them," she said. "I crossed over to their side of the street and headed straight for them, I was mad. wasn't going to let them rip me off. It was a bluffing match." ' The van swerved lo avoid a head-on collision. "I had to hink of some way to stop them jr attract attention." Mrs. Miler ,5aid. "I was running out of !us, so I Just held the horn on continuously" for a mile. The truck pulled over. "The driver said, Okay, lady, we'll give you back your television,'" she said. Mrs. Miller blocked :he truck's exit by hitting its bumper. She Bald she jumped out of iicr truck and shouted at the burglars v "using words 1 wouldn't repeat now." The burglars unloaded her television from their truck to tier pickup and tried to escape. The truck, however, became stuck In an Irrigation ditch and Mrs. Miller called.police from a nearby house. Booked on second-degree burglary charges were Tony J. Anyii, 31, Donald R. Valdez, 23, and Tony A. Gonzales, 22, all of Denver, MY.HAVR W100TA ronvou* ALL DAY SUNDAY LUE 3 DAYS ONLY 11 »p« 7 p.m. Fet. 7:15-8:30 SOB. Mat I P.m. (R) "WALKING TALL' JOE DON BAKER No Coupon Neccesary 314 South School 2325 North College Highway 68 W«tt, Sprlngdal* Opea 7 p.m. Fet. 7130- 9:20 Sun. M»t. 2 p.m. "MACON COUNTY LINi" (R) CHARLES BHONSQP HUtVRmi*fKn DEATH WISH", AS S*P'Y'S (PG) THESE PROGRAMS RATED VERY, VERY "R" Open 7:30 Starts 8:10 Over ? ? Com* E«r|y And Grt A Good Spot Arraignment Set LONOKE, Arlc. (A?) Douglas Hall and William Hughes will Iw arraigned here today on charges of murder In connection with the shooting deaths of two-Jacksonville teen agers. Federal authorities have'been holding; the two at Fort Smith on charges of robbing the Bull Shoals Branch of the Bank Of Yellville on July 3. A farm worker found the nude bodies of James Thomp son, 17, and Elaine Margaret Dolan, 14, both of Jacksonville in a bushy area east of the Pu laskl-Lonoke County line on July 16, authorities satd. Hal and Hughes are former Jack sonville residents, They also have been charged with kidnaping Jn connection with the teenagers' deaths. In Marion County where the bank robbery .occurred, the ,defend anls also are charged with kid naplng-and first-degree rape. If you can afford to feed your family at a drive-in, you can afford to take them to Bonanza. Like drive-Ins, Bonanza isn't expensive. But unlike drive-ins, Bonanza is a haven for fathers. First, you don't eat at Bonanza. You dint here. You have your food at a table, like a decent human being. Not in a. car like a sardine. . Second you eat what you want. Not what your kids want. You can choose from all kinds of steak, shrimp, and fj$h dinners. ,. And because your kids are ' entitled to a choice, too, they can have Hamburger, French fries and a soft drink, or a Hl^wiy 71 special kiddy-sized dinner. Finally, Bonanza has nice little rules, For example, there's no tipping. And you can drink as many cups of coffee as you like and pay for only, one cup. Now, if Bonanza can give you all this in a restaurant, at drive-in prices, why eot at a drive-in? The family reitcmfairt «Y«TI a father could for*. Out Available Phon* 5214M5 Amu»«n*n Park NOW THRU LABOR DAY MIN-E.GOLF 18 Hole 25 7Se Op«n 1 to 10 p.m. HIWAYn NORTH OF SPRINGDALE Nerrtiwwt Arkansai TIMES, Sun., Sept. !, 1974 FAYrrTivimc, ARKANSAS Feds Change Approach To Illegal Immigrants y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A drastic Increase In the umber of Illegal Immigrants, upled with a shortage of anpower and 'funds, has reed changes in fedora] ef- rts to apprehend aliens, an mmlgration official says. Some district offices of the .S, Immigration · and Natural- ation Service are curtailing ie!r requests for help from lo- al law enforcement- agencies the capture and holding Individual illegal immi rants, the official said, VWe are concentrating our tl orts In other more productive reas." Vern Jervls, a spokes man for the INS In Washington 3.C., said on Friday. Jcrvis said local law enforce ment officials do not have the uthorily to pick up lllega liens unless they have broken ome law. But he said city and state po ce departments have been no ifyittg the INS when they be ame aware, of Illegal alien, fer arresting them for sonu crime. ' "This is one of our least.pro luctlve areas, It takes the mos amount of our time to send -e man out for these indlvidua cases, and It costs the mos money," Jervls said. In Chicago, assistant distric director Robert Germain sal nvestigators would concentrat ,heir efforts on Inferceptini arge groups ' of illegal a.lien being smuggled in from Mexic to work In city factories. "We are Just not going i to b able to respond to situations i which individuals come to ou attention. We Just don't hav sufficient resources to conlliu doing all we have been doing said Germain. "We're In a tight bind," sa Robert Seitz. a spokesman f e INS Southwest Regional of- ce In Los Angeles. "There will to places where B tell local we're not going to ck up anyone out of the jails, e're not going to be con- tiding cold searches where we on't have leads, and we're go- Riee Stocks Up LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The rkansas Crop and Livestock eporting Service said Satur- ay that rough rice stocks In II positions on Aug. 1 totalec million hundredweight ·hich is a 38 per cent increase the total rice stocks reportcc n the sumo date a year ago. The service said virtually no Ice was stored, on farms as of ug. 1. The majority of the rough ice was composed of long vari ties, while medium grain nade up 24 per cent of the lo al, APPLES FOR SALE Jonadel, Jonaliclous, Jonathan excellent Dcjscrt or Cooking All grades. Reasonable Frleat ROM'S ORCHARD Old Wire R«ad North % Mi. beyond CroM-ovar Road. g to be 'concentrating on leads e know will be productive,' Hz said. "There's no question tha Hi more resources we would jprehcnd more. It's just icstion of priorities," he said "We have not had enoug anpower or money to keep u ilh the illegal immigration, Men has gone up tremendous- month by month, year by ear," said Jci-vis. Jcrvis said the INS appro- ended 790.000 illegal imrni- rants in the last year, com- ared with 660,000 the year here. He said the agency ex- ects to apprehend close to one nillion this year. "But I doubt if we are appre- ,ending a third of those who re coming in," Jervls said. He stimated six to seven million legal immigrants were cur- ently living in the United -.tales, most of them from Mex- Murder Charged SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) - A 40-year-old cabinetmaker has been charged with murder in the killing of American diplomat John S. Patterson. A federal grand Jury indictment returned Friday also charged Bobbie Joe K e. e s e e with kidnaping, conspiracy to kidnap, mailing a ransom note and interstate and foreign travel to promote the kidnaping of Patterson. Patterson, 31, w a s last seen alive March 11 leaving the consulate in Hermosillo, Mexico; with an unidentified man. Later ' that day, a ransom note in Patterson's handwriting was found, and the consulate received a t e l e p h o n e call demanding: 5500,000. The TIMES l On Top of Tha News Seven Days a Week! DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject lo change without notice KTEW, Tulso, Channel 2 ICfcinnel I en cablt In Fey«itcvl1le) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulso, Channel 6 KOAM, Pimburg, Channel 7 KTUl, Tulsn, Channel 8 (Channel « en cablt In FtytWavtHa) KOED-TV (ITV), Tulsa/Channel 11 KOBE, Joptin, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 ictunnit · on eabl» In FayttttvHIt) : 0 0 \ 1 O WARNER CABLE of Fiyettertlle 103 W. Mountain St. -- Phone 521-7730 Complete Horn* Entertainment C*bl« Service All Area Television and ... FM Radio Tim* · W*«th«r · Special Events * « t . V Stai£hatmel HEARING AIDS SALES * SERVICE ' Radloear, Elecione and Acoustleen Cords, Batteiiet end Aecessortei M. WARD H6ARIN6 AID DEPT. ' Evelyn Bills Shopping Center F»yett«vllle, Ark, Phone «3-45»l OZARK HOME AND GARDEN CENTER · Shrubs · Seeds · Insecticides · Hogse Plants · Landscaping Service 20 E. Township Rd. Vi Mile West f W h i t Chevrolet "W» Giva Yoori Green Thurni) A* Helping Hand" 1 4imasKmsmm^fSK» MOVIES ON TV Sunday Night . 7:30 p.m. Ch. 5-8-12 -- "Goodbye, Columbus" (1969) Ali McGrow, Richard Benjamin 10.30 p.m. Ch. 2 -- "Son of Slnbad" (1955) Solly Forest, Dale Robertson, Marl Blanchard 10i30 p.m. Ch. 6 -- "Anastosia" (1956) [van Deany, Lilli Palmer, Adelheid Seeck 10:30 p.m, Ch. 16 -- "Wake Me When It's Over" (I960) Dick Shawn, Erni Kovacs, Jack Warden 11,00 p.m. Ch. 3 -- "Behold a Pale Horse" (1964) Gregory Peek, Anthony Quinn, Omar Sharif Monday Night 10:30 p,m. Ch, 6-16 -- "Three Ring Circus" (1954) Joanne Dru, Zsa Zsa Gqbor, Wallace Ford SUNDAY MOHNJNO * 6:00 - ftfty Lins .",.., 2 Across the F«ncft 3 * G;30 - Tod)(y'* World , 2 Sacred Heijrt 3 * 6:45 - Dfivey flnd Goliatl) ............ 5 * 7:00 Search , Mujic and tije Spoken Word . ... 2 Amazing Grace ..' 3 Voice of Victory 5 * 7:15 - With Thts Rin? 12 * 7:30 ~ Gospel Singing Jubilee ...,..., fi 1 Voice of Victory ...... S This is Uie ^ife ..,,,,.,..,.... 2 Faith for Today .- 16 Thy Kingdom Com* ...,...* 3. 5 * 7:45 -- Hynma o( Inspiration ..., 7 * 8:00 Union Re*ucc Miss on , 5 Outreach - ,.,....,, Bailey'B Cornels 16 Religious Town Hall 2 Jarnes Robinson , , 1 Ospipncjs . \'t * 8:30 Oral Robert ,...,5 6 Amazing CtBn 16 Thy Kingdom Come a, 12 Billy James Hayglr ? Herald of Truth 3 if 9:00 ^ Evangelistic Temple ,.,.. 8 Inafght . . 13 Let The Bible Speak 3 YOU ; ; 2 * 9l30 - Source 2 Oral Roberts 3 * 10:00 -D/iy of Discovery ..* 5, 6 Encounter ifi Faith (or Today 8 Call the Doctor 2 Oral Roberts , 7 * 10:30 Jimmy Swaggart , s Bookshelf , Hour of Power « Dialogtie 1C J * 11:00 -Webber's World 2 Church Service 3, 5, 6. 12. 16 * 11:30 Meet The Press .,,,..., 2, 7 Church Service ...,»... S * 12:01) Name o f . the Game , 6 Pro Tennis 11 UncoLn Heritage Trail 12 Ask An AUorney 2 Eyangel Temple K Plan For Action ; 8 Wrestling 7 SUNDAY AFTERNOON -A- 12:00 -To Be Announced 3 Goodliest Land 12 Dialogue with Ltlton 16 * 12:30 - Film Ifi Meet The Prcsa . - , S Issues and Answers , 5, 8, 13 * 1:00 American Lifestyle , 2 Movie 3 Big V.iley , 7 M«ot The Press 5 Kathryn Kuhlman 8 U.S. Open Tennis Championships 6 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound ZJ33 N. College 44Z-8575 Buy Your Carpet Direct From The Local People That Malta It. Where You Get The Best And Save The Most. Lawrence Carpet Mills, Inc. SP1UNGDALE, ARK. HIGHWAY 68 WEST JS1.7M1 BR'ER FRAN'S "for A Good Time Tonight" HEW SUMMER HOURS! OPEN 7 P.M. lo MIDNIGHT WON. thru SAT. ENTERTAINING WED. THRU SAT. CRAWDAD from Joplin EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER FAYETTEVILLE 521-930S GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to HieHoi^y crieli R9C« Ar*a *nd dfjie al THE BARN 2W Eait eff Hwy, 71 Sl«akc and shrimp, homemadt c roIlK reliihci, and caladi. Family *tylc fish fry Friday. Bar BQ Ribs Saturday. Open 5-10 f.m, Sat- and Sun. 12 noon-13 p.m. Clottd Men, and TOi--, Com* »«e us »1 heaoilful V«av Thousands of Folks... check Jhe TV directory every dav . . . . u n d they'll rrci.^ your ad in this space. It's priced at a special low monthly rate. For tnforniatio.i call Ihu Northwest Arkansas 11M(S, display advertising departm«»n», 442-6242. + 2-05 Tournament Players Championship...;, S, g Movie iff- 2:30 -Movie '·· » * 3:00 -Jeanne W61I * 3:39 Run for your Uf« If,9, Amateur Gtlf Championship · *, '. Movie Performance ·k 4:00 -Video Visionaries ,,,...., * 4:30 Star Trek Great American Scream Machlni International Performance ...... yYjw^* 1 *"" ' American Angler American Life Styje Green Acres CBS News Retrospective News Happy Jack and Helen ....... Oiark Outdoor* , 4:J«- .;... U Z.-3, ^ 8 16 5, 9. 12 rl«ti«ri National' Geographic. lawrende Weik . SUNHAV EVKNTNG * «:H zoom ................ »· Music Pl»c« Wild Kin£d6rn ., Oklahoma Forurrt .... News ...... ....... ,. i. * I'M -- ~ Apple'i wy , journey to Japart FBI . . . . . . . . . . . . « . . * I « . M . I W9«4 »t Ointf. ...... J, *7:60 -Evening at Pops .. * 7:39 - vicWilla.n and Wire «6V1« ..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.',','.'.'.','·'. * I:M Masterpiece Theatre ". 8:ifl GO Mipvtei * »iM - $?1V^ -··" inside Native America 6 Server Lake Show' ·'.. IG Dialogue '74 Ranford and Son - 3. 7 Bopby Goldsboro 13 * 10:M - N«w»..,; i, 3;3, 6, 7, s I3,'16 *' .0:1* - Movit ^i o ) Q Jerry Lewis Telethon .... o. 8, 13 Johnny Carson 1 Bobby GoMsboro *· 1J:00 -- "Toviei r . J|:30 -Sacred Heart 8. 8, ,'.'.'·'.' l: *·* ·· }; f X. flttoplier Closeup 12:30 Telethon Continues * 3:00 - Talethon ConttruM ..... MONDAY MORNING "" 5. S. 31 5, i, 21 Ight of Lifo ^oday ^n Agriculture ·*· 6:55 -- 'roject * 7:08 -- ens, News Today 2, 3. * 7:JO * 8:80 Captain Kangaroo .. .......... * 3:00 - !amc That Tune i A.M Jokers Wild Sesame Street ., Merle * »:3I .Winning Streak Telethon Continues 5, Gambit , * 10:00 High Roller! 3, Now You See It * 10:30 Hollywood Square? 2, Love Of Lifo .'. 10:55 ~ coffee Break *Ti:«i"- Jackpot! Mike Douglaa , The Young and Reatlm * 11:30 Celebrity. Sweepstakes Search for Tomorrow +11:55- Newa S:J Continue! S, 8, 2\ 6. 16 5. 1 », It 2, 7 ... 6 .. 1C ... 3 ... I 2 7 8, 12 6, 3. 7 6. 16 3, 7 9. 16 ' 6,' U MONDAY AFTERNOON + liiOO Kawi 3, 6. 7, Phil Donahu* ,,., teavt It TO Carol I * '»:» Telethon Continue* ...... I, t, I, eoparcly .................. .el's Make a Deal .......... * The World Turns ....... 12:35 - telody Matlnea ..... * 1:00 Days of our Lives ... ..... Guldins Light * 1:30 Doctors .................... Fxlgc of Jflght * 2:00 - \nother World ............ Price 1 Sisht ..... ..... * 2:30 low to Survive s Marriage Today's Yoga . . , ........... Match Game ........ * 3:00 - somerset ......... ... Sesame Street ........ ..... . Tattletales ........... . ...... * 3:30 Jeopardy! ................... Narne That Tune ......... Joker's WIM ..... ......... Dick, Van Dyke .... ........ Petticoat Junction . ...... .» * 4:00 Winning Streak .... ....... Mister Rogers ..... , , '. ...... Flipper ..................... Fugitive .... ................ I Dream of Jeannia ....... Merv Griffin .............. bonanza .................... * 4:30 Electric Company ...... .... Beat Trie Clock ........... Beverly Hillbillies .. ....... * 5:08 - Seiarie Street .............. TwlVsht Zone .............. To Tell The Truth ......... Andy Griffith ...... ........ Truth or Coniequenca? ..... * 5:» Truth or Consequence* ..... · 1, 3 5. 8. 12 ... 6. le 2 3, 7 6, IS 3 3, 7 6. 16 2, 3, 7 News 3 3. s, 6. 7, 13, ]« itONDAV EVENING Iccigepodle Lodge II News Z. 3. !. 6, 7 §. IS. 1« it 6:30 All-American Futijrily 2 5. 7 Felony Squad 3 The Newsmakers U Untamed World 3 Hogan's Heroes 13 Let's Make A Deal 12 7:00 ABO NSM-B Closeup S, », |J Deep South, Deep North H Gunsmoke S, IS Baseball World of Joe Garagiola ,, z. 3 7 * 7:15- Baseball ,.,,,,.,.. 2, 3, T * 8:00 - Thte Search fi The Killers 11 Arkansas High School Football 16 NFL Foolball 5, ». 1? ·k 8:30 -Dick Van Dyke ,.,, t, 18 * »:M Medical Center «. 19 * 9:30- 1Vday'» Yosa H *· 10:00 Grand Master Chess 11 News I 3, 8. 1. !' Johnny Carson 2, S. 7 ABC Optioned News n Movie e. IS .. ·k H'30 Dusty'* Trail johnny Carson retry Mawn - 12:00 -Tomorrow 3, 1. *, T

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