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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

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Ene6uraged MOSCOW (AP) - Sovltt Comrnunljt parky chief Leonid I. Brazhniv «ays prospects for ·ontinucd cooperation with the tjirilttd States are good under th*; administration of President speaking on Ford. B r e z h n e v , Wednesday at a dinner for vis iting Hungarian leader Janos Kdar, taid establishment ot better U.S,-Ru»ilan relations d u r i n g recent yean h a t been "highly acclaimed In th« U.S.S.R.. "Therefore, we received with satisfaction the statement by President Gerald Ford aboul his personal intention and that o! his administration to continue the course for f u r t h e r development of relations between our two countrlci in lh« same direction. ^ROUGH /KTflRNooH:/: (724 CONTINUOUS FROM North*** Arkorwo* TIMIS, Triun., Sopt. 24, , ARKANIA* , . , . Ousted UT Head Is Expected To Go To Court AUSTIN, Ousted University (AP of T « x a s MALCO OPERATED THEATRES President Dr. Stephen Spurr was expected to announce today his decision to tak* to th* courts his battle against University Chancellor Charl»« Le- Maistr* »nd. the board of regents. At the same time there was speculation that student groups may protest Spurr's dismissal, although the student senate Wednesday night voted not to have any organized protest demonstrations. Th» regents voted 8-0 late Wednesday afternoon to uphold Chancellor LeMaistre's firing of Spurr, with Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson abstaining. Spurr hired lawyer!,. Including Gerard Nugent, broth er-ih-law of Mrs. Johnson's daughter, Luci, and planned to »tudent-f«culty strike to emphasize to the legislature the rami- 'icationi of what hai happened and the need for a change In the relationship between UT- Austin and the system office," Bill Parrish, student body vice- president, told reporters. LeMaistre came no closer to specifying his reasons for firing Spurr than he did hi his original announcement of the dismissal Tuesday afternoon. DECLINING CONFIDENCE He said he had "declining confidence" in Spurr's deci- Ends Thurs.--Show 7:4S WINNER OF 6 ACADEMY AWARDSI DOCTOR Zfl.MGO hpld a newi morning. conference this SUMMER OF'42 MtlLIHtM.HJ.rili' Ends Thurs.--Show 7:45 Joanne Woodward Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams Starts Friday: "OUR TIME mmmmm BILLY JACK Tom laughlin Endj Thura. -- Shaw 7:41 Coungar* Mountain and Devils Triangle NOW THEY AHE TOGETHER 'TOM SAWYER" HUCKLEBERRY FINN The student senate approved j series ; 6f resolutions criticizing the dismissal on, the basis that no reason was given for it. "As far as the students go, there is a lot of discussion of a David Hill Faces Extradition DETROIT, Mich. (AP) -- David Leslie Hill, who failed to return to Cummins Prison Farm, Ark., after receiving a meritorious furlough, faces an extradition hearing Oct. 21. Police arrested Hill Sept. 13 in the. Detroit suburb of Allen Park, authorities said. Officers said Hill apparently hitchhiked from Arkansai to Michigan and checked into the psychiatric ward of the Veterans Administration Hospitalin Allen Park. Police said Hill surrendered at the hospital without a struggle and was taken to Wayne County jail in Detroit. He "was arraigned §ept. 20 on a charge of being a fugitive from Arkansas. Hill had been ont of leveral trusty inmate! assigned to the Polite Academy at Camden, a spokesman for the Arkansai Correction Department said. The spokesman said Hill was granted a meritorious furlough to th« Jonesboro area, but he failed to return on schedule Sept. 7. Hill was serving a life sentence for first-degree murder from Craighead County. sions and felt that continuing him in his $49,000-a-year job "was not in the best interests of" UT-Austin. When, asked later by report «rs if he would declare his reasons for the dismissal, Le Maistr* said that would depend "upon the circumstance! in the future." "I would prefer to sea this ended, and no continuing oon troversy if that can toe achieved. Oh the other hand, i circumstances require it, 1 am prepared to reveal publicly whatever is necessary to justif; this, action," LeMaistre said. Spurr received a standing ovation earlier in the day from the Faculty Senate, which unanimously approved a motio: deploring the dismissal and set ting up a committee, to in vestigale it. Spurr, 56, has been UT-Austii president since 1971 and is th first man to be fired from th job since the regents dismisse Homer Rainey in 1944. The regents' resolution spec ties that the dismissal does n affect Spurr's standing as tenured proessor in the botan department and the Lyndon I Johnson School o[ Public A fairs. .Spurr said hs would re main on the faculty. MRS. JOHNSON AGONIZED Mrs. Johnson said she w "agonized" that the dismiss came "with such swiftness. cl we have all ill-served the niversity." "No great educational Initiation can eustaln its great, ess with the frequent and sud- en firing of its presidents and cans. Such actions have a se- ere and traumatic effect on E administration, the faculty nd the student body," Ihe for- ler first lady said in. a barely udible voice. She said she abstained, rath. r than voted "no," because she was "unwilling to do anything to undermine th* chancellor's ability to run this system." After the meeting, LeMaistre touched her arm and salt), "Let me assure you I understand." "Oh, Dr. LeMaistre," she responded. "I understand," he repeated, walking away. In his speech do th« Faculty Senate. Spurr recounted several occasions when, as he told it, he had nuked the regents and 1 displayed his independenc* on such matters as minority recruitment, construction and landscaping projects and freedom of expression. Spurr said LeMaistre verbil- ly listed some of his complaints, starting wilh an occasion when the regents asked him in 1971 to reduce the cost of pre-foptball game cocktail receptions.... "I was called into thi boartl of regents and they said that I had been politically iniensitiv*. t h a t I cut too many names off the freeloading list, and I cut down the quality pt food and drinks that were, 'being, served, and I was relieved ot thos« duties," he said, "If I retain control," h« ssia "I plan to reduce, the matter to beer and pretzels In futuri years,''.. . . ..,.....,..,.. ....·_. NOW SHOWING Op«n 7:15 "LINE" 7:40 It was the Fall of 54 a time when laughing was easy. And laugh they did, until Itey crossed the.,, !93l:"The Moonshine War resents A MARTIN RA\SGr'OF l= PRODUCT O"- '.·ETRQCO^OP GP :. LET THE FARMER'S DAUGHTER MAKE YOUR FOOTBALL WEEK-END COMPLETE! Sept. 28, Oct. 12, Nov. 9 FRIDAY EVENING 5:30-10:00 P.M. SATURDAY BRUNCH..... 10:00-1:00 P.M. SATURDAY EVENING 5:00-10:00 P.M. SUNDAY BRUNCH... 11:30 A.M.-2:00 P.M. The RAZORBACKS and THE FARMER'S DAUGHTER! WHAT A WEEK-END!!! MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW FOR ALL THE FOOTBALL WEEKENDS Johnson Rd. between By-Pdss and Township 521-4686 MR. QUICK Weekend Special Friday - Saturday - Sunday 5 HAMBURGERS Of 5 FRENCH FRIES FOR Ttia TIMES b On Top of The News Seven Days a Week DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel (Channel 1 m cable In F KYTV, Springfield, Chonntl 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 IChMiml 4 ·« cable In Fayettevtlet KOED-TV (ETV), Tuba, Channel KODE, JopGn, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 · Ml AMUSEMENT PARK · FALL HOURS · Closed: Mon. -Tue. -Wed. 1-U p.m. Thars.-Fil.-Saf. Sunday 1-8 p.m. Weather Permitting Hwr. U North, Springdale NOW SHOWING SHOW STARTS 7:45 An Exciting Double Exposure! o WARNER CABLE of FiyetteviUe 103 W. Mountain St. -- Phone 521-7739 Complete Horn* Entertainment Ceble Service All Aree Television and . . . FM Radio Time-Weather-Special Events TODAY ON . . StoTchannel -- PHONE 521-7730 HEARING AIDS SALES SERVICE Radioear, Electone and Aeousttcon Cords, Batteries and Accessories M. WARD HEARING AID DEPT. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center FayetUville, Ark. Phone 4434511 3 FISH*! SANDWICHES Friday Only MR. QUICK 1525 South School Fayetteville Phone 442-9333 GET OUT OF TOWN Drive cut t» Hkkory Cr«k Re*. Ar* Md din «4 THE BARN M4 EM «H Hwy. 71 St*«ki *iM ihrimp, hometnK* elmtamt* r»m, nNih*, end Mt»df. Vimily tyl« fish fry Friday. Bar «Q Rlb Ssturd»y. Op*n S'lt p.m. ·rt. and Sun. U noon-IB p.m. CloMd M«t. and Tote it* u* at baartlful Bwrcr Lak*. Is P4rtr Hairy in ttoflnum A MOVIE FOR $1.00 AND THE WHOLE FAMILY WAT'"' 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 2331 Ni College 44H57S Buy Your Carpet Direct From The Local People That Make It. Where You Get The Beit And Save The Most. Lawrence Carpet Mills, Inc. SPRINGDALE, ARK. HIGHWAY «8 WEST K1-TM! MOVIES ON TV Thursday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Skin Gome" (1971) James Garner, Lou Gossett, Susan Clark 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Then Came Branson" (1969) Michael Parks, Bonnie Bedelia, Gary Merrill Friday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 6, 16 "Bonnie and Clyde" (1967) Foye Dunaway, Warreri Beatty, Gene Hackman 10:30 p.m. Ch. 8 "Mister Moses" (1965) Robert Mitchum, Carrol Baker, Ina Bannern 10:45 p.m. Ch. 6 "The Trouble with Girls" (1969) Elvis Presley, Marlyn Mason, Sheree North OZARK HOME AND GARDEN CENTER Juit Arrived: Holland Bulbs Pin* Bark Mulch Canadian Peat MOM 20 E. Township Rd. Vi Mile West Whit Chevrolet "We Give Your I Green Thumb A Helping Hand" 10:45 p.m. Ch. 16 "Return from th» Past" (1967) Lon Chaney, John Corrodine, Roehelle Hudson 1:30 a.m. Ch. 3 "Th» Skull" (1965) Peter Gushing, Patrick Wyrriark, Christopher Lee. THURSDAY EVENING-* 5:00 News 1. AHB*SI'HE«»IC,TuaCSlEI-EAS£ ·ecu* fBl «SIIKII» s. * Sesame Street It Twilight Zone 18 Truth or Consequences 7 Andy Griffith C To Tell Th« Truth _ I * 5:39 Electric Company 11 News 2 3, 5, 6, 7, 12, 16 Truth or Consequence* FBI 2 Video Visionaries 11 News 3, t, I, 7, 8, 12, 16 * 6:30 Concentration Police Surgeon 7 Newsmakers 11 Buck Owens 12 Hogan's Heroe* 16 Him Wilaon '· ir 7:o» -- Th« Waltons «, U Sierra 3. 1, 5, ' Odd Couple 8, 1: Evening at Popa 11 * 7:30 -Paper Moon 8, 12 ir 8:00 -Movie 6, 16 Ironside 2, 3, 5, Street* of San Francisco .. 8 International Performance *9:00 Movin' On 2, 3. 7 "·YbungSwingen I, 8, 12 ... 2, 3, J. «. I, », 12. 16 Journey to Japan Harry O * 9:30 Today* Yoga * 10:00 Book Beat ... New* * 10:30 - WTL Football! Chicago vs. Florida i Barry Swltzer: Football : Movie · 1 ABC Captlontd New« 1 Wide World Special 1 Johnny Canon 1 3* 5, * 11:00 - | 'erry Mason 8 * 12:00 Vide World Special 8 Tomorrow . 2 3. V. 7 r 1:00 -- ource Z FRIDAY MORNING-- *I:J»- 5MS Forum 1 ^arm/Ranch Report 5 k 6:35 -- _nspiration 2 * 6:« - "e'so -- Ught of Life Today In Agriculture * 6:55 Harvest Time Tabernacle .. Project .. Moments Of Meditation 8 *?:»« Timmy and Lassie 12 Country Music Time 8 CBS News 6, 16 Today 2. 3. S. J lission: Magic! 12 *»:W Mister Rogers 11 Cartoon Circus 8 Captain Kangaroo «, 16 Seaame Street 1 * 8:39 - Carrascolendas 1 Oklahoma Friday ..» *l:M Movie Sesame Street S, I It' Your Bet 1 9 A.M. Joker's Wild 1 Name That Tuna a, ft. *l:lt-- Winning Streak 2, S, To Tell The Truth 1 G»mblt ft 1« In Service Teaching Program* 11 Now You See It ... High Rollers All My Children ... *1C:» Brady Bunch Love of Life Hollywood Square* * 10:55 Coffee Break News *U:M Village Alegre 2. 3 5. .... ». U 6. 16 1, 3, i, 1 M Jackpot S. S. 1 Mike Douglaj 2 The Young and the Kestleaa 6. 16 Password - i. 13 Mister Rogers LI Celebrity Sweepstake* 3. 5, 7 Split Second 8, 12 Search for Tomorrow 3, 16 * 11:55 News I. 5, 1 FRIDAY In Service Teaching Programs All My Children Phil Donahue Tabletalk News 2, S. 7. 12. 12:15 -16 Minutes with Carol _ _ . » p a r d y J, « Let's Make A D«al 5, 1, 11 As The World Tun* t, II * 12:35 Melody Matinee ···»···»*.. 1 Newlywed Gam* ,.... t, 1' Guilding Light 6. 1 Days Of Our LlVM .... 2, 3, i, ' *!:» Girl In My Lit* t I Doctor* 1, . i. Edge of Night «. 1 Electric Company u riatch Game · 1 [nw To Survive A Marriage J, 3, i. 7 One Life Wo Lira 8.11 *J:M - 'oday's Yoga 11 $10,000 Pyramid 8, 12 Taltletales f . 1! Somerset 2. 3. 5. 7 *3:JI - .lister Rogers 11 Corner Pyle 12 Merv Griffin 2 Joker's Wild 6 k Van Dyke ..... ne That Tune .... Jeopardy *4:H - tiigh Chaparral Sesame Street ........ _ ..ligan's Isiand ..... Winning Streak Fugitive I Dream of Jeannle . Gomer Pyle. USMC ., Bonanza *:» Partridge Family .... Beat The Clock Lucy Show Beverly HtllbUlim ... Villa' Alejrre News Andy Griffith ... Twilight Zone To Tel! The Truth .... Andy Griffith Truth or Consequence Prtce I* «. .1 price it nigtii · « . i Another World 1 », i. General Hoapital a, II **:« - .. i 5. S .. I .. 1 Electric Company 1 News 2, 3. 5, §, 7, 12, 1 Truth or Consequence* FRIDAY EVENING-- Consultation FBI New* 3, 5, «, T, », 12, 1 *«:» Concentration 11 12 3 19 . 7 anadian Travel 'rice ia Right reasure Hunt rogan's Heroes lee Haw *7:W !op! Goes the Country 1 That Good Ole Nashville Music 3 "anford and Son S 'lanet of the Apes 6. IS Codiak 8 lollywood Squares 12 Vashinglon Week In Review ... 11 * 7:W Chico and the Man 2, 3. t, 7 Six Million Dollar Man .... 8, 12 Wall Street Week 11 8:00 - Rocklord Files 2, 3. S T Movie 6, IS Masterpiece Theatre 11 ·k 8:30 Texas Wheeler* * 125,000 Pyramid 12 * t-.n Police Woman 2, 3, T Might Stalker 5, 8. It Inside Oklahoma Wucation ... 11 * 9 = 30- Today's Yoga 11 News '.....~... S, 3, 5, «, 7, ». 12, I« 10:30 Wide World in Concert 12 Movie «· » '« Johnny Car»on ., 2. S S. 7 * 10:45 - « ia Movie «. 1« Midnight Special J, t, I, 1 * 12:20 Big Eight Highlight! W * 12:3» -Wide World in Concert I Dawso'n MoAUiiter Show « *1:30- Movie i » * 1:15 Project ·

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