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Scat Belt Buzzers WASHINGTON (AP) - Automakers have been authorized by Congress to slop equipping 1575 models with scat tiolt Interlock system!; and continuous buzzers which force motorists to buckle up beforo their curs will start. A measure receiving final congressional approval in the House Tuesday nlso provided t h a t manufacturers, distributors, dealers and anlo repair shops could disconnect any Bcalbelt interlock and constant buzzer. The two features h a rt been mandatory for 1875 models. NOW SHOWING OpeÂ»n 6:55 Â· 'S'ake" 7:15 Mills' Brother Is Pleased With Kensett Residents' Reactions KENSETT, Ark. (AP) - The 1 brother of Rep. Wilbur D. Mills, D-Ark., says he is very pleased with the reaction of most Kensett residents to the explanation congressman s about the Tidal Basin incident at Washington, D.C. But, llogcr Mills, who rims a family store here, also said, "there will be a few, I guess, that won't vote for him." The House Ways and Means Committee chairman Is seeking u 18th term/ He is opposed by- Republican Judy Petty of Little Rock. "Everybody has been coming in and offering their support," Roger' Mills said. "A lady called me up. She was fixing to go, but she was wanting to find bear any of these antics," according to Mrs. Meade. , Mrs. Meade said support for Mrs. Petty was growing, but, like Mrs. Petty, Mrs. Meade said ' the increase was due mainly to Mrs. Petty's stand on Issues and public dissatisfaction with Inflation, not to the Mills Incident. ' U.S. Park PoUce at Washing' ton stopped Mills' speeding, un lighted car, which Mills J was not driving, at 2 a.m. Oct. 7. Police said he was Intoxicated. A woman in the car, Annabel BaUistella, later identified as an ex-stripper, plunged in^o the nearby Tidal Basin, a backwa ter of the Potomac River, and was pulled from the water bj out how to get an absentee bal lot, She wanted to be sure and vole. She said, 'I wish I could vote a whole lot of times for him.'" Perrin Jones, publisher of the Searcy Daily Citizen and a longtime Mills supporter, found the situation Wednesday perhaps better than It was hefore questions about Mills' conduct arose. Jones said he had feared that supporters of Mills had failed to take Mills' unprecedented G O P opposition seriously enough. The Tidal Basin incident brought the congressman's supporters out of their leliiargy, Jones said. Jones said that last week talk at Searcy revolved around the question of how the incident would affect Mills' future. This week, he said, the theory that their- congressman was some how framed has crept Into some supporters' conversations. "Land, we've known him all his life," remarked Kensett Postmaster J. W. Stevens. "Wilbur isn't that kind of fellow." . Caroline Meade, who shares her home with the GOP White County office, said some longtime county residents were not surprised about the incident. Mrs. Petty was told Sunday by a White County farm woman, "Now, when you get to Washington, we don't want to police. Norttvwesl Arkansas TIMES, Thurs,, Ott. 17, 1974 PAYlTTKVILLe, A R K A N S A S Elk Hills Oil Field Described As World's Largest LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The Elk Hills oil ticlcl in the San oaqiiln Valley is now consulted the second largest oil field n the nation behind the fields in the North Slope of Alaska, according to now estimates. It had been ranked fourth, behind the fields In East Texas and in Wilmington, Calif. U.S. Navy officials, Standard Oil Co. of California and Hep. Alphonzo Bell agreed Tuesday that Ihe 46,000-acre Elk Hills field near Taft In Kern County may hold five billion barrels of oil -- most of It scarce, low sulfur oil. Bell and Navy Capt. George Dowd, officer in charge of the field, said Elk Hills has 1.3 billion barrels of proven reserves and 3,7 billion barrels of estimated reserves. The Navy controls 80 per cent of Hie reserves, which are held for emergency Navy use. Standard Oil controls the olher 20 per cent. The Navy has blocked efforts to transfer the oil to civilian uses. Bell, R-Calif., has been an outspoken supporter of a House bill to put Elk Hills under the U.S. Department of the Interior instead of the Navy. Elk Hills, about 100 Riflei norlh of Los Angelea, was designated a Naval petroleum reserve In 1912 by President William Howard Taft. Last fall; President Nixon urged that oil from the Elk Hills fields be put on the domestic market to help alleviate the energy crisis. EONANZAGRAM Halloween Costs Will Be Inflated SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Whelher you're tricking or treating, Halloween is going to cost you more this year. A check of local stores Tuesday showed that pumpkins are vearing a fatter price tag, candy prices are tip and broomst- cks have soared sky-high. "The price of candy has just gone out of sight this year -- nainly because of the increase in sugar cost." said Ed Swain regional director of merchan dising for Woolworth's. Pumpkins, both real and fake, also are more expensive Lucky Stores says the purap-i kins at its grocery markets cost five cents a pound last year and seven cents this year. Kevin O'Rourke. manager of the Marina discount variety store, said "those buckets of plastic pumpkins which used to "be 88 cents are now $1.29." It's going to cost kids more for costumes, too. Martha Asten, owner of Cliff's Variety store, said "rubber masks which last year were $5 and $6 now are $7 and $8, with items made of paper up from 49 to 59 cents:" Even would-be witches will have to pay more to ride in style. Montgomery Ward reports an ordinary yellow corn broom that sold frr S2.29 last October now costs 12.79. MAICO OPERATED THEATRES Ends Tonlfe "CALIFORNIA SPLIT" (R) An Explosive "Cinema Concert Starts Friday Jan Michael Vincent In Last Nile 7:45 MY NAME IS NOBODY" Last Nile 7:45 7:0-5:JO 'Buster and Billie" AH the boys KNEW Billy but Buster loved her! Korean Court Sentences Spy SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -The .Seoul District Criminal Court today sentenced to death a woman convicted of being a master spy for North Korea. It convicted Chae Soc-jung. 49, of supervising seven espionage networks operating in Seoul and other cities. [ * /AYTTTTVIUI NOW SHOWING STARTS 7:25 HWY 11 ,, Starts Friday If Art Corners Great / American Odyssey Last Nile 7:Â« "11 HARROW HOUSE" PG) Pel. 7;10.9:10 Rated (K) tlko Everything Elso Worth Doing!., I") 'Harry and Tonro MALCO'T THETEXAS CHAIHSAW IE HELD OVER! H will scare the Hell Out of Yon! (R) ' Starts Friday "SOUND OF MUSIC" FRIDAY 2 MovlM for DM prlc* Â«! II SlHak FrÂ»lrlÂ«w of "CHALLENGE" COHIT (G) SATUFIDAY Al 11:00 Only the Marx BrÂ« In "Duck Soup" --Win-- "6Â«nt Chert ait Honeit Man" SHE POUNDOUTHowTHEY LWEBÂ£U)WT06fl(XOROflD! GARDEN ..CHINESE rineit ewiwe Tfoi* fnftml by elrni* eh** rrÂ«n Tiiwtn, MMnitwl, Hpng KÂ»nf ind FÂ«Ji in*. All dltnw prÂ«pÂ«rÂ«d frwh dÂ»llx from HimÂ» tÂ»Â«fÂ» Lunch HMin llilttJM Din n*r MfrlfcOO KtwrvatiMM Ontrife!* In Â·nnliip 1-501-782-5676 1705 North A Street Fort: Smith, Arkansas 72901 "THE GOLDOVSKY GRAND OPERA THEATER La Traviata" appearing umfcr the auspice* of trie Northwest Arkansas Community Concert Association Man., Oct. 21, 8 p.m. University Men's Gym --FayetteVille-- Admission by Membership Card or Student Activity Cart Only (Student's wives or epooses and newcomers may parcriase a Mason membership on Opening Night) DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice NOW THE BONANZA STEAK LUNCH .19 HOT OFF THE WIRE, HOT OFF THE GRILL, BONANZA. NOW HAS GREAT LUNCH SPECIAL, STOP. DELICIOUS LUNCHEON STEAK, OR GROUND STEAK, CRISP TOSSED SALAD WITH CHOICE OF DRESSINGS AND TEXAS TOAST, THE PRICE, $1.19, STOP, YOU PROBABLY SPEND THAT MUCH BRINGING LUNCH FROM HOME, STOP. ALSO FREE REFIUSW ALL BEVERAGES EXCEPT MILK, YOU JUST CAN'T BEAT B , Â§21-3565 Carry-Out 1 Available KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Channel t on cable In rÂ«y*tt*v1Kel KOEO-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel II KODE, Japtin, Channel 12 KUHl, Japlin, Channel 16 IChennel Â» an eanlt In FÂ«ylÂ«tvlH) Hwy 71 North KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 (Channel I on cable [n FayetKvlllc) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fart Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pitisburg, Channel 7 Q-f, . V\ARNER CABLE 103 W. Mountain St. -- Phone 521-7730 Cemplit* Hem* Entertainment Cable Service All Area Television and . . . FM Radio Time-Weather-Special Events *Â·* TODAY HEARING AIDS SALES SERVICE Badioear, Electone and AcouBUeon Cords, Batteries and Accessories M. WARD HEARING AID DEPT. Erelyn Hills Shopping Center FayettcvUe, Ark. 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Come see us at beautiful BMver Lav* , Family ity Bar BQ *S:00- ndy Griffith _ -- V'j esame Street Svillght Zone 'ruth or Consequence* ndy Griffith 'o Tell The Truth - :lectrlc Company .............. jews 2 3. 5, Â«, 7, 12, Truth or Consequence* Â·..Â·Â· -- Â·Â· * 6:00 - ;tt Cooking School Je\vs 3,- 5, 6, 7, 8, 12, * 6:30 - Joncentratlon . Police Surgeon ;... Thursday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 6'._ ^"Diamond Head" (1962) Charlton Hsston, Yvetle Mimlsaux, George Chokris 8:00 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Sunshine" (1973) Christina Raines, Cliff DeYoung, Brsnda Vaccaro 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "land Raiders" (1969) Telly Savallls, George Maharis Friday Night 7:00 p.m. Ch. 8, 12 "The Guns Of Navarone" (1961) Gregory Peck, Dovid Nlven, Anthony Quinn. New York vs. Chicago Â« Movie Â· |? ABC Captloned News H Wide World Special ............. 12 'ohnny Carson 2, 3, 5, 7 If 11:00 Mason ' Buck Owens Hozan's Herat*' Slim Wilson jf 7 : rjn -Baseball World 0Â« Sat G-aragiola -Â« Odd Couple Â· The Waltnns The WÂ«y It Was World Series 2, 3. *Â· ' * 7:30- Religious America Â·Â·Â·Â·- Â·Â· J Paper Moon B( ' t 8:00 - JnfÂ«raÂ»llonÂ«l PertormtnceÂ·_.... ; Movie Â· J Street* of San Franclwo .. 8 1 * 9:0Â» - , , Kirry O Â· *Â· ; Indians for Indians ..- -J * 9:30 - Todiy't Yogi Â·Â·Â· *Â· lOiM - 2, 3, S. 8, 1. - 16 1 * 10:30 Bury SwttMT FootbtU: fame That Tune *9:JÂ»- WinnlnB Streak To Tell The Truth Gambit erry Maso 12:00 Vide World Special Tomorrow -.. 12:30 -Project ..................... 1:00 - TBIDAY MORNING^'" *I:M- SMS Forum ................ Farm/Ranch Report ...... 6:35 Inspiration . .......... ^..... 6:49 News .................. .-Â· * 6:50 Light of Life .............. Today In Agriculture .... Â·* 6:55 Harvest Time Tabernacle Moments Of Meditation .. *1:M - _ 8 3. Â». 1 Jrady Bunch Love o( Life :. Hollywood Squares 10:55 -- :of(ee Break ews Tlmrny and Cou ntry Miulo TimÂ» CBS Nawj TodÂ»y *7:Â» - MÂ«icl *Â«:Â« - Mlitcr Rogers Cartoon Circus Captain Kangaroo ... Soame Street * 'i^toda, OkUhonit Friday ... *:Â»* - MovlÂ» ... 8. 1! . 2. 9..5,1 .*: 1 8:00 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Fer-de-Lance" (1974). David Janssen, Hope Lang, Ivan Dixon 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6."The Patsy" (196-t) Jerry Lewis, Everolt Sloane, Ina Balin. 10:30 p.m. Ch. 8 "We're No Angels' (1955) Humphrey Bogart, Peter Ustinov, Aldo Ray. 1:30 a.m. Ch. 3 --. "The Redhead and ihe Cowboy" (1950) Glenn Ford, Rhonda Fleming. RIDAY EVENTfiG- 2. 3. 7 2, 5. 7 12 8. 10 n Sen'lce Teaching Programs II S T ow You See-It ... ......... 6 16 Jigh Rollers . ......... 2. 3 5. 7 \U My Children ............... 12 s. 12 s. 16 2, 3, 5. 1 6 16 vnin Alesre '1 Â·ackpot 3. 5. 7 Mlfce Douglas 2 The Young and the Restless 6. 16 'assword -- ...- 8. 12 11 Mister Rogers Celebrity Sweepstakes Split Second -Search for Tomorrow * Â»' 5 5 News FBIDAY AFTERNOON- 3, 5, S. 1 .. 6, 16 3, 5. 7 In Service Teaching Programs 1 All My Children i Phil Donahue Â· TabieUUc Â· News 2. 6. 'I, 12, 1 * 12:15 }6 Minutes with Carol 1 . Jeopardy ... LetS Make A Deal .. As The World Turr* Melody Matinee .... *1:0Â» Newlywed Gems Gulldlne Light Dnyi Of Our Uvea *1:30 Girl In My Ufe . Â«. 1 Â«, 1 6, ' Z, , i. doctors .. ... ........ 2, 3, S, 1 .dgo of Might ................ B, :t . 3, 5, 7 8. 12 2, 3, 5. 7 . 5, 7 11 12 2 6 Ticc Is KIght .. .nothcr World .. ieneral Hospital *Z:30 - ' lectric Company latch Game . - low To Survive i Marriage me Life '7o Llvo /3:00 -- 'oday's Yoga .... H,MO Pyramid .. Tattletnles 6. 16 on'.srset 2. *3:30 Bister Rogers iomer Pyle Merv G r i t f i n Joker's Wild Undo Zeb Dick Van Dyke ne That Tune Jeopardy *4:00 - rllgh Chaparral Sesame Street Gilligan's Island ........ Winning Streak Fugitive Â· I Dream ot Jca.inle .... Corner Pyle. USMC .... Bonanza *i:30 Partridge family Beat The clock Lucy Show Beverly Hillbillies Villn Alegre News '. A n d y Griffith Twilight Zone To Tell The Truth Andy Griffith Truth or Consequences Electric company ^oncenlratlou .., Canadian Travel 'rice is HlBht .. 'reasure Hunt . Hogan's Fleroes Hee Haw Â·Â·Â·Â· 2 5 - Â·8:00 - It .'3,'3,'6/7,'8,'12.'16 9 11 , 12 3 18 , 7 Â»OP! Goes the Country t That Good 0!e Nashville Music 3 Sanford and Son - - - S Planet o! the Apes 6, 18 Movie 8, 12 Washington Week In Review ... 11 * 7:30 Flip Wilson HP Wall St'reet Week 2. 3, 3. t It 8:00 -Movie Â«Â· " Masterpiece Theatre 11 ' 8:30 -- Sockford Files 2 3, 5, t 9:00 To Be Announced J Burglar Proofing 11 * 0:30 Today's Yoga Â·-. J1 Inside' Oklahoma Education ....- U "2, 3.5,8, I. 8. 12. 18 10:30 r . _ . l9 Wide World Event Movie Public Morality .. Johnny Carson ... * 1Z:00 Midnight Special * 12:30 -Dawson McAllister Show Wide World Event -A- 1:00 Project .. 6, 8, n 2. 3. 5. 7 J, 3, S, t * 1:30 MO'