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36 · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Oct. 9, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketchom TELL ME SAVINS GAAC£!' ItfKWG 'Sanford and Son', "Chico And The Man' Gel Good Ratings NEW YORK (AP) -- NBC's hit "Sanford and Son" and "Chico and the Man" comedy series, which appear 'oack to back on Friday nights, were last week's most popular entertainment shows, according to the A. C. Nielsen ratings. But ABC's entire Briday and Saturday night lineup--seven series in all--continued to score the lowest ratings points, with "The New Land" ranked last for the fourth straight week, according to the Nielsen survey made public Tuesday. "Sierra," a new low-rated program NBC says it will cancel after the series' llth episode airs in December, also was ranked near the bottom of the Nielsen list for the week ot Sept. 30-Oct. 6. The 20 most papular entertainment shows for the week, according to the ratings, were: "Sanford and Son" and "Chico and the -Man" (both NBC); "All in the Family," "Rhoda" and "The Waltons" (all CBS); "Streets of San Francisco" (ABC); · "Good Times," "Maude" and "M-A-SH" (all CBS); "NBC Sunday Mystery Movie 'Columbo' "; "Little House on the Prairie' (NBC); "ABC Sunday Movie 'The - Last Picture Show' "ABC Tuesday movie 'Stranger Within'"; "Rockford Files' and Walt Disney; (both NBC) "Medical Center" (CBS); "The Rookies" (ABC); "Mary Tyle Moore" (CBS); "Police Worn " (NBC) and "NBC Saturday Movie 'Charlie Varrick 1 ". By JAY SHARBUTT NEW YORK (AP) -- It often alleged -- by me -- that round age 50 a singer's voice 'nds to get the wobblies, miss ic higher and lower notes and enerally show that time is un- ind indeed. Somebody should hip Bing rosby on this. He doesn't eem lo realize that at his aga -- 70 -- you really aren't sup- osed .to sing well, let alone ng. But he's doing both onight on a one-hour CBS spe- ial. The opus is called "Bing $4,000 Grant From Phillips Awarded UA The University of Arkansas ast week received a grant of 4,000 from the Professional development Fund of the ^hillips Petroleum Company of artlesville, Okla., according to ~K. Charles E. Bishop, UA resident. Presenting the grant were wo Phillips representatives, !.M. Kittrell, executive presi- lent. and W. R. Thomas, vice resident for human resources. They said the Company vished the grant to be used o that "both faculty members n d s t u d e n t s benefit wofessionally from the award." 'hey said this year's con- ribution would be shared by he College of Engineering College of Business Adminis- ration, and the area of physica' iciences in the College of Arts Fund supports UA Gets Gift The University of Arkansas has received a contribution oi 53,000 from the Schlumberger Foundation of Houston, Texas, according to Dr. Charles E Bishop, UA president. The contribution represents i 51,500 scholarship, known as the S c h l u m b e r g e r Collegiate Award and an unrestricted matching grant to the Univer sitv of 51,500. The University has received the Schlumberger Award. for several years, however, the amount was increased this year from $1,800. JAC£ GARDEN CHINESE Finest Chineie Foodi prepared by Cinese Chefi from Taiwan, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Peking. All dishes prepared reih daily from finest food! obtainable. Lunch Hours 11:30-2:30 Reservations tiesira Dinner 5:30-10:00 in evenings 1-501-782-5676 1705 North A Street Fort Smith, Arkansas 72901 MWT. 71 NORTH The Country Girls That Keep The Home Fires Burning ... "HOT SUMMER IN BAREFOOT COUNTY" PLUS Lock Up Your Women, Money and Boozl PREACHERMAN i s coming The Girls Who Take The Bedside Manner tep Further! CONTINUOUS FROM DARK \1URS REPORT ES might just turn out to emulate the runaway success ol 'BILLY JACK'. Slambang impact. Deeply involving" _ PLUS _ "Walking for c ttlang Yu » creamina Now Shewing fr.^iji «"". 62 Hft tAVETIFV.UC .' Bing Crosby's Baritone Still Mellow, Deceptively Casual and Sciences. The Phillips and encourages professions growth and development ol tudents and faculty in fields hat are related to and critica o the development of the letroleum and petrochemica ndustries, the two Phillips iffiicals said. The individual grants will be administered by epartment heads deans anc in areas of greatest need, including faculty nd student awards, traveling expenses and fees to attend off :ampus professional meetings expenses for visiting speakers and other programs a n c purchase- of reference book; and professional publications 'or departmental use. The Professional Develop ment Fund was established 9G6 by Phillips and this is the ninth annual award made to thi Jniversity of Arkansas from . h i s Fund. The Phillip P e t r o l e u m Company alsc provides grants to the U of / for a fellowship in chemistr., and the Company also has es tablished a Phillips Petroleum Endowed Chair'in Internationa Economics and Business. rosby arid His Friends," the icnds being Bob Hope, Pearl alley and Sandy Duncan. It has its share of flaws, the ipst prominent of which .is !iss Duncan's vocalizing.'But er Single, who only sporad ally appears on the tube, usu- ly to tout orange juice, con nues to surprise. Not only is his baritone as ellow as ever, he still retains ic deceptively casual sense of lylhm for which he's never otten due credit, save from lusicians and an aged t Dix- iland buff or two. BEST EXAMPLE The best example comes bout midway through the show hen he rolls through a delight- il tune called "No Time At 11" with all the apparent :rain of a morning yawn. He still swings with the best I them, and one. only wishes e'd try a solo show----maybe ust doing Johnny Mercer songs -- some fine night. Tonight's effort, taped at the Hollywood Palace, also features le time-honored Crosby-Hope erbal tomfoolery that goes ack to their series of "Road 1 ictures. It starts with Hope's ntrance. "Well, it's the Henry Kissin er of Toluca Lake," Crosby otes. "You look great, Bing ·hen they gonna take off the andages?" retorts Rapid Rob rt, one year older than The Groaner.. . · - · Miss Bailey turns in a nice, i: omewhat brief, solo stint sing ng and does some lively hoof ng. Miss Duncan only dances veil, appearing ill at ease when t's her turn to warble. The show may not exactly mock you out, but it's a pleas nt way to wile.away an hour F only for Crosby's singing am he excellent arrangements o musical director Peter Matz. DIRE TIMES Dire Times Dept.: ABC's Fri !ay night schedule has been in ievcre ratings - trouble eve iince the season began. So tlu letwork is pre-empting all bu 'Kodiak" this Friday , and re peating "True Grit" while pro ;ram executives try -to figun how to salvage the evening. ABC sources expect an an louncement, perhaps by Thurs !ay, of series cancellations, re placements, shifts in schedule or all of these to bolster its.tat ered Friday night effort. Three Honored Three 4-H Dairy Exhibitor were honored at the Purpl Circle Banquet held at the Stat Fair- this year. Keith Spinks Running Springs 4-H exhibits the junior champiion Guernsey Randy Spears, Bethel Gove 4-1 the grand champion Holstei cow; and Jeannie Beatj Running Springs 4-H, exhibite the grand champion Holstei bull. 1)1] I AIL Fet. 7:45 Sun. Mat. 2 P.M. WILLIAM HOLDEN KAYLENZ 8ftZY open 7 Fet. 7:45 Brute Lee Return of The Dragon his lasl performance is his best! TECHNICOLOR' ,-- i Sun. Mat. 2 P.M. Op«n 7 Cowboy 7:25-- Pr«, S:» , Saf. A $un. Mat. 2 p.m. GoWBor AMC Raising Car Prices DETROIT J-AP) - American Motors'Corp/says its 1975-mod 1 cars will make It lo the howroom on time -- with price ags averaging 9.9 _ per cent more than 1974 models. The price increases, which will arrive. on introduction-day, . 15, average $384 per car. That's about (30 above a tenta- ive · increase already lounced for new model cars and jeeps. : .: ; Despite . a $317 increase, AMC's subcompact Gremlin remains the lowest-priced domes- ic-made car. Its $2.798, stripped-down list price is $1 ess than the Chevrolet Vega and $37 less than the Ford Pinto.' Included in AMC's increases are several. Hems made standard equipment rather than options: Radial tires on the intermediate Matador; front bucket seat in the Jeep CJ-5;. and larger tires ,on,.the" Jeep Cherokee and Wagoneer models. ; Without the standard equip menl, the price increases aver aged $330 per .auto, or 8.5 per cent overall. AMC plants, resumed produc lion Monday following the set tlement hast w e e k - o f a United Auto Workers strike which started Sept. 16. The increase was announcer after UAW workers in AMC's m a i n ' assembly plant in Ke nosha; -Wis., and the Milwaukee body planV major cogs in its operations, Had approved a new contract ·· : Coon Speaks LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Ken Coon, the Republican carididat for governor, said Tuesday hi Democratic opponent, David Pry or,' had refused to debat him because "he is afraid hi would lose votes." Coon told the. Optimist Clul of Greater Little Rock that i face-to-face confrontation wotilc illustrate that Pryor. had taken no stands on the issues. Pryor has said he declined ti debate because his schedule i full. ''. Coon said the four proposei constitutional .amendments ar issues and asked what Pryor 1 stand on them is. Coon oppose: the proposed.usury amendmen and supports proposed Amenc merits 54, 55 and 56. Gene Rodden berry 'Star Trek' Create Gone Roddenberry, creator md producer ot the popular television series,, "Star Trek", will be the first speaker in the Arkansas Union's Symposium 1974-75 at the Universtiy of Arkansas. . Don Burke, Arkansas Union programs director, said Rod- lenberry would speak Tuesday, Oct. 15, at 8 p.m. in the Arkansas · Union Ballroom. In addition to his speech, Rodden- ierry will include a showing of the "Star Trek" pilot film and episodes that never made it to elevision. The pilot film won he International Hugo Award or Science Fiction. . .Roddenberry was a pilot during 'World War II and flew 3-17's in the South Pacific. Following the war, he flew for ?an American Airlines and was in a plane crash in the. Syrian desert. As surviving senior officer, he was in charge and ultimately, received a Civil A e r o n a u t i c s Commission commendation for his handling of the disaster. Roddenberry decided that his Wheat Growers Advised To Hold WASHINGTON (AP) -- The National Association of Wheat Growers has advised its .mem bers to hold tight on selling grain until the cash market ha; had a chance to shake itself ou from current effects of the ad ministration's tighter policy on exports. Association President Ray Davis said Tuesday that the White House decision last week end to curtail wheat and corn sales to the Soviet Union caused cash market prices to drop sharply Also Davis said the full impact of a new expor reporting and clearance system ordered by the White House should be studied fully. "Lower prices aren't war ranted," Davis said. "Worth demand for grain remain strong, and wheat growers view the Preident's action as an ac knowledgement that the grain supply situation is tighter than has been officially indicated." Thus, he said, growers should not sell wheat at what he callei bargain basement prices. ' T h e should wait, lie said, until the ba md Coa and or T exp den 'oh beg prof ra Rod dep vi-i T r Ric T set pop ;re ec in Sm W sen rag tho are aro mo ant 'an S B an ;ele sou stu anc res scic [iln 213 dp* re i ag? j sto I h n lilc hu prr the } Du Qu her tur 1 tur an soc '] arc a \ ilk bal was Writing for television moved to tho West ioast. The medium was young there were few openings or untried scriptwriters. To support himself and gain [xperlence in writing, Rod- Icnberry joined the Los Angeles Department. When he to sell scripts to such irograms such as Playhouse 90, )ragnet and Four Star Theater, loddenberry left the police department. He became head vriter for the "Have Gun, Will 1 ' ' series, starring lichard Boone. The phenomenal "Star Trek" surpassed the normal ity of televison and a "cult" of fans. It ccame the only series lo have episode preserved by the Smithsonian Institute. When NBC canceled the it was deluged with outraged fan mail. ^The. programs, ':hough no longer in production, syndicated to stations nd the ;coimtry; playing tly during daytime hours, they .continue to attract SERIES MADE IMPACT Because the. series made such an impact on. the creativity of '-'---' market returns to normal. ,lne", a film about the polio*. Rotldenbprry has served on he Writers Guild Execullv* Council and on the Board of; lovernors ot the Television' jcademy of Arts and Sciences. !e has won numerous awards. , Advance lickets may b» mrchased in Room 511 of the Arkansas Uriion. October 7, 1974 · (Mrs.) Norma Conner Telephone 575-5554 . Roddenberry out by. i networks and studios to create. another new imaginative series. The It was "Genesis II", a science fiction movie and pilot film aKout the earth in the year 2133. after a. great conflict has destroyed " all but a few remanents of modern civilization and mankind is beginning Rpddenberry's include other receni "Questor", a about a thinking robot that is a perfect replica of a human being; "The Tribunes" a police series; "Spectre", a projected series dealing will supernatural; arid "Blue Duke Arrives NEW YORK (AP) -- The Duke of Gloucester, a cousin o Queen Elizabeth II, has arrivec here for a 10-day private lee ture tour. The 29-year-old duke will lee ture in New York, Washington and Philadelphia on Victorian society and Victorian London; The duke has studied London architecture and has publishet a book, "The Face of London, 1 illustrated with his own photo graphs. Farriil Wins Top Honors With Steer Don Farriil won top 'honors vith his 1,150 pound Angus-Beef "resian crossbred steer, at the 'late-Fair last week in Little Rock. He showed'his steer to he championship of the cross-; wed class, then went on to be udged Grand. Champion of afi breeds. This was h i s ' second jrand championship with his steer having won the Washing- Ion County Fair in mid-September ' The. son of Bob and Shirley Willis, Don is a 4-H member from Summers. The steer was sold at Auction, the Junior Saturday, Livestock bringing 1.30 per pound on a bid from Affiliated Food Stores, Inc. of Little Rock. ' Ben Rutherford received two Grand Championship ribbons for both male and female Spot-, ted Swine. Ben is the son' ot Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rutherford and a member of the Bethel Grove 4-H Club. Be nalso exhilv ited the Reserve Champion fe^ male in addition to the five blue ribbons, six red, and three white ribbons with his entries from, BJ Hog Farm. In addition to the grand champion steer, Washington County 4-H'ers exhibited nine of the top 16 steers in the heavy weight crossbred class with entries from Kevin and Kendall Pendergraft, Harmon 4-H; Bob and Renee' Shofner. and James Swope, Slkins 4-H; Sherrea Thomas and Cynthia Parker, Prairie Grove 4-H. Kyle Pcndergraft placed 12lh in a class of 21 light weight crossbred steers. James Swope and sister, Sarah, also had a good exhjbit of Polled Hereford which earned them several ribbons. DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject lo change without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 (Channel I wi cable In FtyetttvllU) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulso, Channel 6 KOAM, Pitlsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 !Ch«tin«l 4 on cablt in Fayetttvtlfe) KOED-TV (ETV), Tulso, Channel II KODE, JopGn, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 [Clummi t on cabt. Im Fayettnlllt) o W\RNER 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 IJII HEARING AIDS SALES SERVICE Kadioear, Electone and Acousticon Cords, Batteries and Accessories M. WARD HEARING AID DEPT. Evelyn HilU Shopping Center Fayetteville, Ark. Phone 4434591 TODAY ON lam BUSTING With ELLIOTT GOULD and ROBERT BLAKE 8MOVIES. . . . . . . . .$6.00 PHONE 521-7730 Beginning Nov. 1 MOVIES ON TV 1975 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 2333 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 68 WEST 751-7981 GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory Cr«»k Rat. Ana ·nd dine at THE BARN 264 East «ff'Hwy, 71 Steaks and ihrimp, hsmttnaiU clnnimftn rolll. relishes, and salads. Family style fish fry Friday, Bar BQ Ribi Saturday. Open 5-10 p.m. Sat and Sun. 12 noon-19 pjm. Closed Men. and Ttw. Came see us at beautiful Beaver Lake. Wednesday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12:-- '/Locusts" (1974) Ron Howard, Ben Johnson, Katherlne Helmond 10:30 p.m. 'Ch. 6-16 -- "Cutter" (1972) Peter DeAnda Thursday Night 8:00 p.m'. Ch. 6-16 -- "The Good Guys and the Bad Guys" (1969) Robert Mitchum, George Kennedy 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Don't Make Waves" (1967) · Tony Curtis, Claudia Cardinale WEDNESDAY EVENING * 5:00 News , 2, 5. 8 Andy Griffith J2 Sesame Street n Twilieht Zone ifi Andy Griffith , 6 Trulh or Consequences * 1 To Tell The Truth -.. * 5:30 Electric Company Jl New« 2, 3 S 6, T, 12, 16 Truth or Consequncei ".. I * 6:00 News 3, 5, 6, 1,'»,'u. 16 FBI .,.. 2 Inside Oklahoma Education .... 11 * 6:30 The Newsmakers '.,.. 11 Hollywood Squares 3 Concentration 5 Wild, Wild World ot Animals .. 7 Last of the Wild 12 Hogan's Heroes · 16 *7:00- Little House on the Prairie t, 3, 5. 7 Sons and Daughters ; 6, 16 That's My Mama .'....'..,..'8. 12 Men Who Made the Movies 11 if 7:30 - . . - . . = ' : . Movie 8. 12 * 8:00 --. . Bind Crosby and His Friend] « 16 Lucas Tanner 2, 3 5, 7 * 8:30 John Rassett , ,. This Time A r o u n d - _ 11 * 9:01) - Petrocelll 1 ! S, 7 Manhunter ti, 10 Gel Chrisile Level », 12 Festival Films 11 * !)-30 Today's Yoga n -^ 10:110 -Book Beat .'.' ..'. 11 News 2, 3. 5, t. 7, S, 12, 16 * 10:30 Perry Mason · Wide World Special ............ 12 ABC Captioned News ; ....... II Movie .... .................. 6, 16 Johnny Carson .......... 2, 3 5, 7 * 11:30- Wide World Special .............. _ 8 * 12:00 Project .... ....;.., .·,... ---- ·. ____ 6 Tomorrow ..... ......... 2. 3, 5, 7 * 1:00 -Today's World . ....... . ......... t THURSDAY MORNING-*6:30- . SMS Forum .................... S Farm/Ranch Report .. .......... S * 6:35 -Inspiration .....,,.,.»,. ..... ,., 2 * 6:40- News ......................... 2 * 6:50 - , : -. - . Light of Life .................... 6 Today in. Agriculture ..... . ...... 7 * 6:55- ' Harvest Time Tabernacla ...... 5 Project .......................... « Moments of. .Meditation ........ 8 *7:00^ · Timmy and Lassie ......... ..... 12 CBS News ... . ..... .... «. 16 Country Music Tim* ......... * Tod«y ...... . ........... 2. 1, I, 7 Uncle Wildo ..... . ........... ;,. 12 * l:««-r Mister Rogers ----- . ............ It Captain Kangaroo- ..... ;:..... A, IS Sesame . Street ................ 17 Cartoon Circus ..... . ..... * »:3« Vibrations Encore .... Oklahoma? Thursday .... * 9':00 _ · · · · · · · · Sesame Street / ....... · ........ .. 11 Name That Tune .......... 2, 5, 7 Sesame Street .................. 3 9 A.M ........... . . . . . ............. 6 Jojter's Wild ......... ........... 16 Tt's Your Set .................... 12 Movie ...... ..................... * «. 16 .... 2. S 7 12 3 * 9:30 Gambit .. Winning Streafc .. Concentration * 10:00 In Service Teaching Programs 11 Now You See It 6, 16 High Hollers 2 3, 5, 7 All My Children 12 ic I0:3« Brads* Bunch 8. 12 Love of Life 6. II Hollywood Squares 2. 3, 5, 7 * 10:55 Coffee Break CBS News * 11:00 Jackpot Villa Alcgre _... Password ,. Mike Douglas Young and Restless . * 11:30 Mister Rogers Celebrity Sweepstakes Search for Tomorrow Spilt Second * 11:55,-News 3, 5, 7 THURSDAY ArTTERNOON- * 1Z:00 In Service Teaching Programs News i 6, 7, 12 Phil Donahue ; Table Tnlk Ail My Children * 12:15 16 Minutes with Carol --.... * 1Z:3I Jeopardy ,. 2, 3 Let's Make A Deal 5, S 12 As The World Turns 6. 1« * 12:35 Melody Matinea 7 * 1:00- Gulding Light «, IS Days Of Our Live* 3. 3. S, 7 Newlywed Gam* ;.. t, 12 * 1:30 - .. 6 . 16 !. 7 11 .. 8. 12 2 . 6. 16 11 3 S 7 .. 6, 16 _ *. U Doctors 2, 3. 5. 7 Edge of Night 6, 16 Girl In My Life 8. 12 * 2:00 Price Is Right 6, 16 Another World 2 3, 5. 7 General-Hospital '.. 8. 12 * 2:30 Electric Company 11 Maich Game 6 16 How To Survive Marriage 2. 3. 5 7 One Life To Live S 12 * 3:00 $10,000 Pyramid 8, 12 Today's Yoga II Taltlelales 6 16 Somerset 2 3 5, 7 * 3 : 3 0 Mister Rogers 11 Merv Griffin 2 Gomer Pyle USMC :'. 12 Jeopardy 5 T Joker's Wild 5 Name~That Tune 3 Uncle Zeb 8 Dick Van Dyke 16 * 4:00 High Chaparral Gilligan's Island Winning Streak Sesame Street ; 5 12 3 11 Fugitive ..V. ........'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".' 16 1 Dream of Jeinnia 7 Gomer Pyle USMC 8 Bonanza 6 * 4:30 - Parlrldge Family : 12 Lucy Show 8 Beverly Hillbmte* 7 Beat the Clock 3 rH'JllSDAV ETINING- * S:M News 2, !, 8 Andy Griffith 12 Villa Alezre _ 1! Twilight Zone 16 To Tell The Truih 3 Andy Griffith C Truth of Consequences' 1 * 5:» - Electric Company H News..... 2, 3 5. 6, 7, 12, 16 Truth or Consequences ... 8 y 1:90 Zee Cooking School - , il FBI ;; 2 News 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 12^ 1ft Concentration s Police Surgeon 7 Buck Owens ; 13 IlogatTs Heroes i« Newsmakers Ji Slim Wilson" 3 *7:W NBC News Special .... 2, 3, 5. T The Waltons 6, IS Odd Couple g 12 The Way It Was ..." H Religions America ...,.,,.. ji Paper Moon a. 13 * 8:00 - · . \ International Performance 11 Movie fl, ig Ironside '. 2, 3, 5 J 7 Slreels oE San Francisco ,... S, 12 *»:M Indians for Indians 11 Movin' On 2, 3, 7 Harry O 5. 8, It *9:30 Today's Yoga It * 10:00 Woman 11 News 2, 3. S, a, 7, 8, 12, 1« if 10:30 - · ; Barry Swltzer: Football 8 WFL, Football 6 Movia 16 Johnny Carson 2, 3, S, 7 ABC Caplioned News It Wide World Special 12 ·k 11:00- : Perry Mason t 8 * 12:00 -Wide World Special S Tomorrow 2,3, 5, 7 * 1:00 - · Ask An Attorney -- 2

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