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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sat., Sept. 14, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Volet On Payroll LOS ANGELES (AP) -Richard M. Nixon's personal valet and maid arc among tome 30 employes assigned to the former president at his San Clcmcnte estate on the federal payroll, the Los Angeles Times reported. Payroll information furnished for a House subcommittee study showed the payroll for the Nixon employes runs about ?500,000 a year, the Times said in a Washington dispatch. These salaries are In addition to the $850,000 requested on Nixon's behalf by President Ford. Furthermore, Secret Service expenditures for Nixon are reported at $GG2,000 annually. STARTS SUNDAY Opens 7:30 · Starts 8:00 Open 7 p.m. Fet. 7:15-9:25 Sun. Mat. 2 p.m. "BUSTER BILIJE Open? Fct. 7:10-9:25 NEXT: "SUMMER OF '42 rmmmmim Open 7- CHARLES BRONSON Sun. Mat. 2p.n "DEATH WISH" |R He's Judge, Jury and Executioner in m Fet. 7:29-9:20 Sun. Hat. 2 p.m. / NEXT: "BILLY J/-^ mmt.mm Fet. 7:15-9:00 Sunday Matinee 2 p.m. DON'T MISS THIS HEART WARMING STORY Today In History By The Associated Press Today is Saturday, Sept. 14, le 257lh day of 1974. There are 08 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1901, President Villiam McKinlcy died in Buf- ilo, N.Y.. from gunshot -ounds inflicted by an anarch- t. Vice President Theodore oosevelt was sworn in as resident. On this date -In 1C28, the second settlement i Massachusetts, Salem, was nartered by John Endicott. In 1778, Benjamin Franklin 'as sent to France as an merican minister. In 1812, Russians set fire to loscow after an invasion by apoleon Bonaparte. In 1940, Congress passed the elective Service Act. It was he first peacetime draft in J.S. history. In 1945, after World War II, remier Higashi-Kuni of Japan aid the people of his country voutd forget the devastation aused by the atomic bomb it Americans forgot Pearl Har- or. In 1363. Mrs. Andrew Fischer if Aberdeen, S.D., gave bh'lh to quintuplets. Ten years ago: The third ses- ion of the 21st Ecumenical Council opened at St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican. Five years ago: For the fifth ime in less than a week, Israeli warplanes attached Egyn- ian military objectives oa the vest shore of the Gulf of Suez. One year ago: Atty. Gen. Ellott Richardson decided to let ividence gathered against Vice 'resident Spiro Agnew go to he grand jury investigating charges of corruption in Maryand. Today's birthday: Actress ;oe Caldwell is 41 years old. Thought for today: No grand dea was ever born in a confer- ;nce, but a lot of foolish ideas lave died there -- novelist F. icott Fitzgerald. End Adv Sat Sept 14 Tyger's Record May Strengthen Case TUCSON, Ariz. 'API _ The attorney for Alvin Tyger. an escaped Arkansas convict, says disclosures about Tyger's criminal record strengthen Tyger's case against. extradition to Arkansas to face escape charges. Attorney John Aboud Sr. said the acts took place when Tyger was IV and 18 years old. T h e absence of such acts in more recent years support Tyger's contention that he has been rehabilitated since he fled Cummins Prison Farm in 1968. He is fighting extradition to Arkansas. The disclosures have involved traffic offenses. Tyger was imprisoned for burglary. Hours Extended NEW YORK (AP) - Apparently supported by strong sentiment on volume-starved Wall Street, the New York Stock Exchange's board has voted to extend trading hours by one-half hour to 4 p.m. EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUBS Ten Mrs. were WHITE UOCK members and a guest, Mary Catherine Lewis, present at the last meeting at the club house. Mrs. Virginia VVorley gave devotions, "white cat," roll call was answered by "how often do you have regular dental checkups?" and the program on dental care was heard. Plans were made to entertain members of Bultcrfield Club on [outlay, Oct. 12, at the club ousq. The October regular leeting will be held with Mrs. llsie Dove, Highway 10 West, n Oct. 8. Cox Found Dead BENTON, Ark. (AP) -- Andrew Lee Cox, 28, of Little Rock was found dead Friday beside railroad tracks about 500 yards from the bridge which crosses the Saline River, police said. Cox had been shot once behind the right ear, police said. A .38-caliber pistol was found beside the body. Cohea, Mks. Helen and Mrs. Fanny Stewart Convicted On Murder Charge LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Wille F. Stewart, 18, of Little Rock, who had been charged vith first-degree murder, was :onvicted Friday by a Pulaski bounty Circuit Court jury on a charge of second-degree murder. The jury of nine men and hree women set the penalty at .0 years in prison. Stewart had been charged in .be shooting death of Kenneth Wayne Smith, 18, of Little Rock last May 3. Smith was shot while sitting with a companion in a car on a Little Rock street. Judge William J. Kirby reduced the charge while giving instructions to the jury. Rockefeller Worth WASHINGTON (AP) -- Financial data submitted to Congress by vice presidential nominee Nelson A. Rockefeller reportedly show a net worth of $33 million and federal income tax payments of about $2 million a year. However, many of the assets listed are based on the original acquisition cost rather than current market value. This includes both New York City real estate and stock holdings. HOLLAND FESTIVAL OF MUSIC *SANTANA *AL STEWART * CANNED HEAT *T. REX captain '"KSHAKE FRI.-SAT. ONLY MAD DOCS 8. 15c Ib. Ida Red Rome Beauty · * * Dwarf Trees Fruit is Clean, Well Sized, Easy io Harvest Sat., 10 a.m. Sun. 1 p.m. Also for Sale Bed Delicious, Gold Delicious and Spigold -- All Grades ROM'S ORCHARD Old Wire Road North S A mile beyond Cross-over Road. Mi's. Eva lutchcns Joliea. A report on a leaders training ession held in Lincoln was made by Mrs. Nora Carnahnn. 'lans were made to entertain Mount Comfort at the next club meeting. NOW SHOWING Open 7:30 · Starts Dusk Anthony Quinn in "ACROSS 110th STREET" n proposal for a primary to select Bluff, a backer Gov. George C. VINEY GROVE Roll call was answered by 20 nembers and one guest, Miss 7race. Carnahnn, at the Sep- omber meeting h e l d in the immunity building. Mrs. Pat Dodson and Mrs. lary Jane Carnahan were lips- esses and «lbers participating n the opening ceremonies were No Endorsement For i Presidential Primary HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) The Democratic Stato Convention committee on platform \m\ resolutions refused Friday .0 endorse presidential ._,. Arkansas' delegates to the national party convention. Rep. Frank Henslec of Pine of Alabama -. Wallace for president, asked the committee to recommend a resolution for a presidential primary. The delegation to the national convention would lx distributed according to the percent of vote each candidate received. Jim Brandon of Little Rock got the committee to approve the principle of presidential primary rules and to call for a feasibility s t u d y by the new Democratic State Committee. ^ Henslce said he thought "some big labor representatives for whatever reason' seemed to be against this melh od of choosing delegates to the national convention. He said he would try to get College Files Suit For Wind Damage LITTLE HOCK (Al) -- Ar- «\nsiis College at Biifcsvillo filed suit In U.S. District Court Friday ;i|!ainst two Insurance companies which allegedly re- rusccl to pay for wind damaga at the college in April 1873. United Slntcs Fidelity and Guaranty Co. and New Hampshire Insurance Co. wera named defendants in the suit. According to the suit, Ihe companies refused to pay when the college requested $795,717 to repair or replace the West Building, the East Building, the Center Building and some covered walkways. The suit asks that the companies be ordered to pay that amount plus 6 per cent interest plus 12 per cent penalty. The college said the companies had issued policies insuring the college against damage or loss by windstorm. the General Assembly to enact a presidential primary law next mnute man remember when you're hungry., it only takes a minute manl The Minute Man Restaurants in Fayetteville have now added a new meal just for kids. It's called THE MINI-MEAL. It is a specially prepared hamburger, french fries, and soft drink in a new smaller size. The best is yet to come--the meal is free in our dining room for pre-schoolers when an accompanying adult orders a burger, french fries or pie and drink. Additional MINI-MEALS are only 75$. 2 Locations--529 N. College--Ph. 521-1062 324 W. Dickson--Ph. 443-3123 in Fayetteville DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 (Channel 8 «n cable In Fayelttvllle) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KfSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Channel 1 on cable in FayetlevUTel KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, Joplin, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 [Channel 3 on cable In FByettevllfe) o W\RNER CABLE of Fayetteville 103 W. Mountain St. -- Phone 521-7738 Complete Home Entertainment Cable Service All Area Television and . . . FM Radio Time-Weather-Special Events HEARING AIDS SALES SERVICE Radioear, Eleclone and Acousticnn Cords, Batteries and Accessories M. WARD HEARING AID DEPT. · Evelyn Hills Shopping Center Fayetteville, Ark. Phone 443^591 Srarchemnel - PHONE 521-7730 A MOVIE FOR Sl.CO /=THE WHOLE FART'I.Y Vir 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 2333 N. College 412-8575 Buy Your Carpet Direct From The Local People That Make It. Where You Get The Best And Save The Most. Lawrence Carpet Mills, Inc. SPRINGDALE, ARK. HIGHWAY 68 WEST 751-79*1 MOVIES ON TV GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hick«-y Creek Rec. Area and dine at THE BARN 2(4 Ezsl off Hwy, 71 Steaks and shrimp, homemade einnamfrn rolls, relishes, and salads. Family style fish fry Friday. Bw BQ Ribs Saturday. Op«n 5-10 p.m. Sat. and Sun. 12 noon-M p.m. Closed Mon. and TIH. Come see us at beautiful Bfiaver Lake, 8:00 10:30 10:30 10:30 10:45 10:45 10:45 Saturday Night p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 -- "Klule" (1971) Jane Fonda, Charles Gioffi, Roy Scheider p.m. CH. 6 -- "The Wrong Box" (1966) Michael Caine, John Mills p.m. Ch. 8 -- "The Pleasure Seekers" (1965) Ann-Margret, Carol Lynley, Pamela Tiffin p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Jane Eyre" (1944) Joan Fontaine, Orson Wells, Elizabeth Taylor p.m. Ch. 2 -- "El Paso" (1949) John Payne, Gail Russell, Sterling Hayden p.m. Ch. 3 -- "Siege of the Saxons" (1963) Ronald Lewis, Janette Scolt, Mark Higman p.m. Ch. 5 -- "Invasion of the Body Snalchers" (1956) Kevin McCarthy, Dana Wynter, larry Gates OZARK HOME AND GARDEN CENTER · Shrubs · Seeds · Insecticides · House Plants · Landscaping Service 20 E. Township Rd. Vi Mile West Whit Chevrolet "We Give Your] Green Thumb A Helping Hand" ' 10:45 p.m. Ch. 7 -- "Father Goose" (1964) Cory Grant, Leslie Caron/Trevor Howard, Jack Good 11:30 p.m. Ch. 12 -- "The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone" (1961) Vivien Leigh, Warren Beatly 12:15 a.m. Ch. 7 -- "The Cat Creeps" (1946) Fred Brady, Noah Beery Jr., Paul Kelly Sunday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -- "Fiddler on the Roof" (1971) Topol, Lennard Frey, Paul Mann 10:30 p.m. Ch. 2--"Destiny of a Spy" (1969) Lome Greene, Rachel Roberts, Patrick Mogee 10:30 p.m. Ch. 5 -- "Journey to the Center of Time" (1 967) Scott Brady, Glgi Perreau, Anthony Elsley 11:00 p.m. Ch. 3 -- "Somebody Loves Me" (1952) Belly Hutlon, Ralph Meeker, Robert Keith 11:00 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Man on the Flying Trapeze" (1935) W. C. Fields, Mary Brian, Kathleen Howard SATURDAY EVENING * 6:00 FBI 2 News 3, 5, 12 Lawrence Wclk UFO 16 Jimmy Dean 7 Grand Master Chess 11 Hec Haw 6 * 6:30 Dialogue '?·! 5 Kodlak ' .. 12 Police Surgeon 3 Big Easel 11 That Good Olo Nashville Music 1 * 7:00 New Land 8, 12 Emergency .. 2 3, 5, 7 All In The Family '.. 6. IB Carrascolendas 11 * 7:30 Friends and Lovers ....... 6 16 Nexus ......;.......... 11 * 8:00 - ; Movie 2 3, S, 7 Kung Fu '. 8, 12 Mary Tyler Moore 6, 10 * 8:30 - Chrome-PlalecI Nightmare 11 Bob Newhart ... fc 16 ·k 9:00 -Carol Burnett 6, 13 -k 3:30 -The Dcalh Goddess 11 * 10:00 -News e, 8, 12, 16 * 10:15 -News - 2, 3, 5, 1 ·k 10:30 -Movie 6, 8, 16 TomH , 12 *· 10:45 -Movie 2, 3 5, 7 * 11:30 -Movie 12 Movie 7 * 12:20 -Wrestling 3 * 12:39 - ' Don Klrshner'* RocJc Concert .. 6 ·k 12:« -Classic Cliff Hanfferg 2 SUNDAY MORNING * 6:00- Parly Hue Across the Fence ~ * 6:30 Across Ihc Fence Sacred Heart , Today's World * 6:45- Davey and Goliath * 7:00 Faith for Today Music and the Spoken Word .... Search Amazing Grace Voice of VJctory * 7:15 Pastor's Study With This Ring .* * 7:30 Human Dimension Gooher and the Ghost Chasers Jabtic rwock y Gospel Sing Jubilee Voice of Victory . . . . , Thy Kingdom Come '3, * 7:45 Hymns of Inspiration · · * * -A- 8:00 Make a Wish Union Rescue Mission My Favorite Martians 16 Outreach '. 8 Religious Townhall 2 Ja mcs Jtotoiso n 7 Day of Discovery 3 if 8:30 Bailey's Comets -..,, 16 Oral Rohcrls 5, ft Thy Kingdom Come 8, 12 Billy James Hargls 2 God Squad 7 Herald of Truth 3 * 5:00 Ask an Attorney Z Boyce Evans 32 Rex Humbard 5, ft Evangelistic Temple 8 Gospel of Christ .,'. 16 Let The Bible Speak 3 Herald Of Truth 7 Sporlsman 2 Look Up and Llvo 1C Lassie's Rescue Rangers 12 Kathryn Knhlmnn 8 Day of Discovery 7 Oral Robert! .: 3 +.· 10:00 -Day of Discovery 5, fi Fnlth Jor Today 8 Call the Doctor Oral Roberts ,., Rex Humbard .. Encounter 16 Jerry Falwell \' 3 * 10:30 -Good News 7 Bookshelf \\\ e Dialogue 16 jg Hour of Power g Jimmy Swagjgart 5 -A" U:00 -NFL Game of the Week 7 Webber's World 2 Church Service 3, 5 6, J2 16 * 11:30 Meet The Press 2 7 Church Service a * 12:00 NFL Football Cleveland vs. Cincinnati 2, 5, 7 Teen Talk 3 NFL Football Wnshlnglon vs. New York .. fl Plan for Action g See the USA .' 12 * 12:30 Issues nnd Answers . , 8, 12 NFL Pre-game Show *,.,., 16

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