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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

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Northwest Arkanmi TIMES, Thurs., Oct. 3, FAVITTIVILLE, ARKANSAS 1974 Eighf Appointed To State Committee LITTLE HOCK (API - Eight persons have been ; appointed lo (lie Democratic Stale Com m it tee. Appointed from the 1st Con Urcssional District were Connie L'rammel o( Pecaliontas and Tom B. Smith ol Wynne. Shirey McFarlin and Dick Hergcl, lolh ot Little Hock, will represent the 2nd District. The TIMES Is On Seven Days a Week! Top of The News ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS BUFFET Both Noon and Evening Bring the family! Child's Plate Only $1.35. W« have three privata dining rooms that will accommodate up to 350 people. | Buffet Noon i; and Evening The Way It Was' PBS Sports Nostalgia Series Starts Tonight HIGHWAY 71 NORTH Call AMIE STONE For Reservations 443-4323 Uy JAY SHAKBU'l'T Al Television Writer NEW YORK (AP) -- "The Way It Was," a Ib-wcck sports nostalgia series, starts tonight on public TV. IF you keep li'ack of closing credits on TV, you'll see the . new scries was "created by Herb Schmertz." Who heV The credits don't say, but he is the vice president for Oil MALCO OPERATED THEATRES MALL TWIN O lirnirniiimiim Last Night Open 7--Fet. 7:45 "" Sunday Matinee 2 p.m. GEORGE C. SCOTT "LAST DETAIL" MALL TWW0 H i l l I ! I I I H I , I I , public affairs at the Mobil Corp., which shelled «ut $1160,000 [or the bait-hour series, plus the cost of newspaper ads and a press agent. However, there's no rule against a public TV .underwriter creating a show it b a n k rolls, according to Hartford G u n n Jr., president of the Pubic Broadcasting Service, which is feeding the series to PBS stations. Furthermore, Gunn said with a chuckle. "1 think he's probably maybe crediting himself with more than'he did. Actually, it was an idea I may have cooked up. "It got suggested to Herb and Herb went out and found a producer in Hollywood ... and then they came back to us. We said our rule is that it has to be supervised by one of the stations in the PBS system. 'So we got them together with KCET," he said, referring lo the Los Angeles public TV station where the show was put together. "His role was not one of supervision and production, but there's no question- he had important suggestions on how the show ought to be done and its shape, because he's a. sports b u f f . "But there's no prohibition against that. My feeling is that a good idea or concept can come from anywhere. The key .0 it is who supervises the production, and it was KCET in this case." He said when SclimorU' lame appeared on the closing credits, "we said, 'Oh, that's jrobably going to raise some jyebrows.' But on the other land, it's fair. "We should acknowledge he marie a creative contribution to it, as did some of the rest of us. The producer (Gerry Goss) and KCET incorporated the suggestions and wrapped it all together. "As long as it's not on the subject of oil -- or the economy -- I guess we're probably all . igbt," Gunn laughed. "I wouldn't wanl to get them (Mobil) anywhere near those Fulbright Voted WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. J. W.- Fulbright. D-Ark., voted with the Senate majority Wednesday in supporting a foreign aid bill amendment to cut off military aid to any country using U.S. supplied arms for aggression. Fulbright is chairman of the Sportscastcr Curt Gowdy is host of the scries. Tonight, he lakes viewers back for a fond look at the famous 1951 pennant ' playoff between Brooklyn' Swedes Awarded '74 Nobel Prize STOCKHOLM. Sweden (AP) els and essays. ·; ]· -- Swedish authors Eyvind . T h e ' · IB-member Swedish; Johnson, 74, and Harry Martin- AcHd'cmy, making the formal son, 70, were awarded the 1974 announcement after a ent/hourf Nobel Prize tor Literature today. final meeting, cited Johnson"for a narrative aft; farseeing. Dodgers and the New York Giants. Next Thursday's lures a look "Sudden game between Colls and the New York Giants. Sen. Jobn McClellan. D-Ark., voted .against, the measure. The TIMES It On Top of The News Seven Days a Week Johnson is most famous tor his "Krllon" trilogy written during World War II as an outspoken anti-Nazi protest, Martinsson is a . former seamen who enriched the Swedish language with his poems, nov- In lands and ags; in. the service of freedom." · " . Martinsson was c|ted "for- writings that catch the d«wdrop and reflect the cosmos." The prize this year is. ; *orth' about $124.000. - ;.,'· JADE GARDEN CHINESE RE Finest Chinese Foud$ prepared by Cinefe Chefs from Taiwan, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Peking. All dishes prepared fresh daily from finest foods obtainable. Lunch Hours 11:302:30 Dinner 5:3010:00 Reservations desirable In «vtnings 1-501-782-5676 1705 North A Street Fort Smith, Arkansas 72901 Ouen7--Fe 1.7:45 Last Nighl SUMMER OF '42 (R) asinn Today In History _ NOW BBJflftH Open, 7:00 Vigilante, city style judge, jury, and executioner. AWan«unifif£a* WHO DC tAURENniS Resorts CHARLES BRONSON ri 3 MKHAEt V1KKLB f/m "DEATH WISH" SERPICO " Kentucky Fried Chicken SPECIAL WED.-THUR.-FRI. OCTOBER 2-3-4) COMBO. CHICKEN DINNER Open 7--Fet. 7:45 Sunday Matinee 2 p.m. -, S«"H.COLLtGE 44IM WWTTXSNEf IKE i.n*f X t i l i l "TOM. S A W V K R " S "HrJCKI.IvREKHV FINS' Fet.: Tom 7:T5 -- Hin:k 8:55 Late Show--Sat. ll:00p.m rm By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Thursday, Oct. 3, the 276th day ot 1974. There are 89 clays left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this dale in 1052, the British exploded their first alomie bomb, in a test otf the coast of ·Australia. On this dale -In 18CG, war between Austria and llaly was ended by the Treaty of Vienna. In 1876, Johns Hopkins University opened in Baltimore. In 1932, Iraq joined the League ot Nations as a British mandate. In 1935, Italian forces invaded Ethiopia. ' In 1944, during World War II, U.S. troops cracked the Siegfried Line north ot Aachen, Germany. In 1054, a nine-power conference in London agreed that West Germany should enter the Nlorth Atlantic Treaty Organization. Ten years ago: Hurricane Hilda left more than 30 persons dead as it roared across a nearly deserted coastal area west of New. Orleans. · Five years ago: The threat of a strike against major U.S. railroads was averted for 60 days as President Nixon set up an emergency fact-finding board. One year ago: Willi Stoph was replaced by Horst Sinder- mann as premier of East Germany. Stoph became chairman of the council of state. Today's birthdays: Writer Gore Vidal is 49. Conductor Stanislaw Skrowaczewski is 51. Thought for today: A wife is always ready to defend her husband against anyone except herself -- anonymous. END ADV THURS OCT 3 _^ «_ -t- »giates Maddox To Open New Restaurant ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) - Lt, Gov. Lester Maddox, defeated in an attempt lo regain Georgia's governorship, says he plans lo open a new version of the restaurant that he closed to keep f r o m migrating. Maddox, 59, gained the alten- lion that launched his political career by chasing blacks from his Pickrick Rslaurant wilh ax handles. ! He said he plans a new Pick- rick in Atlanta and will open others if the first is successful. Any new restaurant would have o be integralcd by law. Maddox was defeated last month in a r u n o f f for (he Democratic gubernatorial nom- nation. He was governor from 1966 to 1970, and then ran for ioutenant governor because Georgia law prohibits two consecutive terms as governor. Showing Robert Redford 'Jeremiah Johnson" Co-Hit GARY GRIMES _ 3 PCS. Chicken Mash Potatoes Gravy Cole Slaw 2 Rolls Reg. $1.65 DON CARRS' CATERING SERVICE 514 North College -- 2768 North College Fayetteville Siloam Suprings -- Bentonville DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notiM KTEW, Tolsa, Channel 2 (Channel I on cabl* in Fayettavllfel KYTV, Springfield/Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulso, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulso, Channel 8 (Channel « on cablt In KOED-TV (ETV), Tulso, Channel 11 KODE, JopBn, Channel 12 : KUHI, Jopliff, Channel 16 (Chann*! 1 an eafcl* In MaytCltvllW : \AARNER CABLE of Fayetteville 103 W. Mountain St. -- Phone 521-7730 Complete Home Entertainment Cable Service All Area Television and . . . FM Radio Time-Weather-Special Events HEARING AIDS SALES SERVICE Radioear, Electone and Acousticon Cords, Batteries and Accessories M. WARD HEARING AID DEPT. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center Fayetteville, Ark. Phone «34591 TODAY ON BUSTING With ELLIOTT GOULD and ROBERT BLAKE 8MOVIES. . . . . . . . .$6.00 PHONE 521-7730 MOVIES ON TV 1975 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound Z333 N. College 44Z-857S Buy Your Carpet Dir«ct 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 751-7M1 GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory Cr««k Ma, An* ind dine at THE BARN *S4 East off Hwy. 71 Stukt and shrimp, homtmat* clmamM xOfi, relishes, and salads. ' . Family style fish fry Friday. Bar BQ Ribs Saturday. Open 5-10 p.m. . tat and Sun. 12 noon-U fjn. · Closed Man. and Tufc cam* ·*· ill at beautiful Ba»»er LM*. Thursday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "The Hawoiians" (1970) Charlton Heston, Tina Chen, Geraldine Chaplin 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Honor Thy Father" (1973) Joseph Bologna, Raf Vallone, Brenda Vaccaro Friday Night Bullilr" (1968) 8:00 p.m. Ch. 6, 16 THURSDAY EVENWG- Steve McQueen, Robert Vaughn, Jacqueline Bisset. 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6 "Who's Minding The Store?" (1963) Jerry Lewis, Jill St. John, Agnes Moorehead 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "The Lady and the Monster" (1944) Erich von Sfroheim, Richard Arlen. 1:30 a.m.. Ch. 3 "Rebus" (1968) Laurence Harvey, Ann-Margret, Pepe Calvo 2. S. *5:00- Ncws x. s, Sesame Street 11 Twilight Zone 18 Truth or Consequence* 7 Andy Griffith 6 To Tell The Truth - 3 *5:30- Elcctric Company 11 News Z 3, 5, 6, 7, 12, 16 Truth or Consequences * 6:00 FBI Video Visionaries . News 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 16 * 6:30 Concentration Police Surgeon. .... Newsmakers Buck Owens Horn's He roe* ... Slim Wilson The Waltons Sierra Barry Sw.lzcr: 2, 3, 5, Football * ABC Captioned News 11 Wide World Special 12 Cohnny Carson 2, 3, 5, 1 ·k 12:00 -- 'omorrow 2 3. fc 7 if 1:00 Ask An Attorney 2 FRIDAY MOKNING-- *!:»- SMS Forum 8 Farm/Ranch Report 5 .. 6:35 -Inspiration 2 News · 2 if 6:50 Light of Life 8 Today In Agriculture 7 * 6:55 -Harvest Time Tabernacle 5 Project 6 Moments Of Meditation a *7:0« Timmy and Lassie 12 The "Way It Was Odd Couple * 7:30 International Performance . Paper Moon * 8:00 Movie 8, 16 Ironside 2. 3, =. Streets of San Francisco . . 8 * 9:00 Indians for Indian*, Movin' On 2, 3, Harry O '. 5, 8. 12 * 0:30 Today's Yoga ....,.·. * * 10:00- Woman 1 News 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 12. 16 * 10:30 - WFL Football: New York vs. Chicago I Kanrtil Auction 1 Movie 1' ·low You See It ... High Rollers All My Children ... *!·:» - irady Bunch Love of Life Hollywood Square* * 10:55 - . Coffee Break NCWB *n;M Village Alegre Jackpot Mike Douglai Conntr; CB9 - ry Mv News Music Time ... 6, 16 , 2. 3. S. 7 Today Mission: Magic! .... *«:0« Mister Hogers Cartoon Circus - Captain Kangaroo «, 16 Soame Street 8:30 - Carrascolendas Oklahoma Friday . *»:« Movie Sesame Street .... It's Your Bet 0 A.M. .' Joker's Wild Name That Tune WinninK To Tell Streak ... The Truth 3, 11 ». S. 1, 5, Service Teaching Programs 11 it " 2 , 3 5, 7 6 16 ' 2, 3, 5. 7 S. 5, 7 a 1C The Young and the Heatlew 6. Password -- - '» 1* *11:30 Misler Rogers !· Celebrity Sweepstakes 3, s, 7 Split Second », " Search tor Tomorrow fl, lo * 11:55 News '· 5 FBIDAT AFTEKNOON- In Service Teaching Program* 11 All My Children Phi] Donahue Tabletalk News 2. * 12:15 -16 Minutes with Carel Jeopardy Let's Make A Deal ... As The World Turral .. if 12:35 Melody Mfttlne* ...... Newlywcd Game Gutldine Light Days Of Our Live* ... Girl In My Llf« Doctor* Edge of Night *l:M Price 1» ttlffht Another World «, 7. 12. .. . 2, 3 S. , 12 .... «, II a, 12 6. 16 z, a, 1. a, i. , t , «. it t. i, General Hospital ... 2:30 Electric Company ... Match Gamo How To Survive A Marriage One LHe To Liva ... *3:0» -. Today's Yoga $10,000 Pyramid Tattletales Somerset *3:3« Mister Rogers Gomer Pylc . Merv G r i f f i n I, 12 2, 8, J, 7 ... 2. 3. 5, 7 . I 11 u . 3 18 . 7 Joker's Wild .................. 6 Uncle Zcb ..................... 8 Dick Van Dyke .............. 18 Name Thai Tune Jeopardy 5. ^ *!:» - -oncenlration Canadian Travel Price is Right Treasure H u n t ' [fogan's Heroes Hce Haw. . *7:« Pop! Goes the Country .:. ft That Good O)e Nashville Muiic t Sanford and Son s Planet or the Apes 6 li Kodiak jj Hollywood Squares , 12 Washington Week In Review ... II .'. 7:3» - ; Chico and the Man 2, 3. S 7 Six Million Dollar Man ... 8 13 Wall Street Week ij * 8:00 - High Chaparral .....' Sesame Street 11 Gllligan's Island 12 Winning Streak ! Fugitive · IE I Dream of Jcannie i Corner Pyle. USMC f Bonanza . . . . . . . . . . . ' . . . . . I *4:JI -Partridge Family Beat The Clock Lucy Show » Beverly Hillbillies Villa Alegre M News 2 5. 8 Andy Griffith " Twilight Zone To Tell The Truth ... Andy Griffith Truth or Consequences ....... Electric Company News 2i 3, 5, 6, 7, 12, 16 Truth or Consequencft FRIDAY EVENING- Consultatlon t FBI 2 New« 3, S, 8, 7, 8, 12, 18 Rockford Movie Files .... Masterpiece Theair* . 2, J, 5 6, - :crpiece if 8:30 Texas Wheeler* g 125,000 Pyramid ·.'.. 13 * »:M - " Police Woman ;,.. 3, : 3, 7 Night Stalker i... S, 8, ij Burglar Proofing ...; ll * 9:30 - ' Today's Yoga 1! * i«:M - ' ; Public Morality ... Religious ' Perspectives 11 News 2, 3, 5, S, 7, 8. I!. 1« ·k 10:30 -Movie «, 14 Public Morality II Wide World Mystery. 12 Johnny Carson . ..... 2. 3 a. 7 * 12:08 Big Eight Highlight! Midnight Special .... * 12:50 Project ie IM -Wide World Myilery . * 1:30 -Movie 2, t,

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