Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 19, 1974 · Page 12
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 19, 1974
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12 Northwest Arkanwi TIMES, Sot., Octt. 19, 1974 FAVITTEVILLI, AKKANIAI Weather Forecast There will be snow today in the central and eastern Great Lakes area. It will be cold in the East and Northwest and «nild lo the Southwest. (AP Wirephoto) - . Adult Center Program Set Programs are announced for the week of October 21-25 at the Community Adult Center. The Fayetteville High School Cboralettes will present fl. program, directed by Don Wright, Monday. Jerry Marshall will narrate slides of a n o s t a l g i c trip through Louisiana, Wednesday. Music pupils of Elkins School will be directed by Mrs. Beverly Almond in a program Friday. Persons 50 years of age or older are invited to attend the programs. Further information is available by calling 443-3512. NOW SHOWING STARTS 7:25 Due to the abnormal! Subject matter o f · · Burton, Elizabeth Phone Lii The News GENEVA, Switzerland (AP) --' Richard Burton and Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia telephoned Burton's ex-wife in California to tell her .of their plans to marry, and they say she took the news well. "She's fine," Burton said Friday of actress Elizabeth Taylor after the call. "We're old friends." Burton -and .his fiancee arrived here 1 from London by private plane for a two-week stay at his villa outside Geneva. The princess, a second cousin to Britain's Prince Charles, said her estranged husband, merchant' banker · Nejl · Balfour, "was. lovely-about it" when" she told him of her.-plans to marry Burton. It will be the third marriage or both the princess and Buron. Miss Taylor and Burton vere divorced in June after, a stormy 10-year marriage. Cambodia To Oe! Wheat, Rice, Cotton WASHINGTON · ( A P ) ' -- ' T h e Jnited States will send Cam- lodia wheat, rice and cotton under a supplemental Food for ?eace agreement, the Agriculture Department said Friday. Officials said about 10,000 netric tons of wheat valued at !1.9 million; 100,000 tons of rice at $35.3 million; and about 4 million pounds of cotton yarn worth $5 million was'included. · CO-HIT · SHE FOUND OUT HOW THEY LIUE BELOW TOfiflCCOROHD! EARTH" Bonus Feature "SCANTY TRAMP" MALL TWIN O Sun. Mat. 2 P.M. "Pink Floyd" (G) Next: Andy Warhol's "Frankenstein" (X) Arkansas (CONTINtrED FnOM PAGE FOUR) which the price was right and 'he condition satisfactory, so he bought it. Another fellow who was somewhat ticked off at G r e e n made the comment in private that it wasn't worth that much money and would probably' be worn out in six months. Maybe in a few months we will know who is right. But the real point is that officials of counties and cities can under the existing law spend large sums of money without taking bids just by b u y i n g second-hand mer chandise. and that is something 'hat needs changing. We think, lop, that bidding would be a wise requiremen on many other things tha money can n o w . b e spent foi without bids..;... ' .'. ,.. ''...'. MALL TWIN© Fri.-Slin. -- 7:10-9:10 Sun. .Mat. 2 P.M. "Buster Billie"(R) Next: Warren Beafy "Parallax View" (R) MALCO . - fcun. Mat. 2 I'.M. "Harry Tonto" Next: "Ash Wednesday" (PG) SP1.-920 TM«" Fri.-Sim. T.4W:if .Sun. Mai. z P.M. "Texas Chain Saw Massacre" Nexi: "Lords of Flatbush" (PG) ( OZARK All Week 7:30 "The Sound Of Music" "» Next: Wall Disney's "The Bear ·nd I" (G) Light Snow Swirls In Northern Stales 3y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Light snow swirled into parts f northern Michigan today vhile showers dampened scat- ered areas ot the Midwest, iDiith and Southwest. Rain fell on parts of Min iesota, Illinois and Indiana, ind more showers broke o.ut oujthward in the central Caro inas and in southern Virginia, n the Southwest, rain sprinkled entral Texas and portions of lie Pacific Coast. Cloudy weather extended rom the upper Mississippi Valey-and the upper Great Lakes egion through the central Ap- lachians, the Vii'ginias and the Jarolinas. Cold air pushing southward ntc the Gulf Coast slates broke nv-temperature records for the ate in. sections of the interior Northeast. In the Far West, haze and moke limited visibility over ome urban areas of California s a stagnant air mass lingered long parts of the coast. An air-stagnation advisory remained in effect for t h e San "rancisco Bay area, southern .acramento, and the San Joauin Valley. Temperatures before dawn anged from 13 at Bradford, 'a. to 77 at Blythe, Calif. Pollution Fine BENTON, Ark. (AP) - Chan cellor C. M. G a r d e n finec Bernard Holland, · managing agent for the Belevedere San( Gravel Co., $1,000 Friday fo polluting the Saline River. And, Carden warned Holland hat an additional fine of $300 a day would he levied for eacl day that the .polluting contin ued. The decision in Saline County Chancery Court came after the slate Department of Pollution Control and Ecology asked tha ;ho firm and Holland be founc in contempt for violating a pre vious court order. That orde enjoined the firm from pollut ing the river. The department said BelevL dere had not obtained a dif posal permit from the depar ment as required by law arj had no effective means of trea ing its waste water before dis charging it into the river. The department also said n system for recycling the was water had been installed to pre vent, pollution. JADE GARDEN CWNESB Finest Chinese Foods prepared by Cinese Chefs From. Taiwan, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Peking. All dishes prepared fresh daily from finest foodi obtainable. . . . . Lunch Hours 11:30-2:34 'Dinner 9:30-10:00 Reservations desirable In evenings 1-501-782-5676 1705 North A Street . Fort Smith, Arkansas 72901 NOW SHOWING Opeen 6:55 · 'S'ake" 7:1 I «n hi a Streisand ·V CARLO* TOflAUNA VTAMftlNO THal *A toJLDUM M AMI A PI A NINA FAUttl PH. 7JM724 CONTINUOUS FROM DARK Soviet Trial Results In Moderate Fine MOSCOW (AP) -- A trial lat Jewish dissidents billed as Soviet bid to discourage emi- ralion to Israel ended today ilh the defendant found guilty careless driving but fined nly 100 rubles -- $132. Viktor Polsky said he consid red the verdict against him njust, but added he was hap- y. He had faced a maximum .ree-year prison sentence. After leaving the courtroom, ie Jewish activist said: "It leans I am guilty according to ic court, but the sentence was o small it was insignificant." Polsky, a physicist who has een denied permission to emirate to Israel, was charged 'ter his car hit a 19-year-olc irl. The girl and her parents aimed she was hit while run- ing across a road to make a lone call to a friend. The de ense maintained that the girl, aughter of an official of t h e linistry of the interior, ran in ront of the car in a suicide at- empt. The Soviet news agency Tass fterwards branded Western ress coverage of the trial as r. "anti-Soviet hullabaloo' eeking tn find "big politics in n ordinary traffic accident." Many Jews rallied to Pol ky's defense and even sent an ppeal to President Ford, Conrad To Portray James Hoffa LOS ANGELES (AP) _ Ac or Robert Conrad says he wi! oiiray former Teamsters Un on President James.R. Hpffa n a motion picture that will be in production late next yean Conrad, 39, star of tele ision's "Hawaiian Eye" anc Wild Wild West," said Frida' e had acquired . rights., t loffa's life' story' and plans' 'a iree-hour film. "The first 90 minutes wil over Hoffa's rise to presiden f the Teamsters. The rest wil how the investigations led by Robert Kennedy, the trials anc is term in prison. We'll bring le story right up to th resent," Conrad said. Hoffa, convicted of jury tarn ering and mail fraud and sen enced to 13 years in prison erved five years of the sen ence before it was commute y President Nixon with th tipulation that Hoffa refrai rom union activities until 1980 Mills Dodges Tough Questions From High School Students CONWAY, Ark. (AP) -- Rep. Vilbur D. Mills. D-Ark., dodged ome lough questions Friday rom students at Conway High School, who wanted to know about the Tidal Basin incident and campaign donations from a milk cooperative. It was Mills' second .public appearance since he was involved with Washington Park "'pliie and an ex'slfipper Oct. , and was a contrast to the varm reception ' He received "rom the Little Rock Jaycees Thursday night. Later Friday, Mills delivered a speech about the 'economy and his political views to a oint meeting of civic clubs at Sendrix College here. The high school students roke into loud applause every time a question about Tidal Ba;in came up and hooted when Wills' answer did not satisfy them. One student asked Mills if he felt he was in .the right when police stopped his speeding car and ..said they found; the Ways and Means Committee chairman intoxicated a n d bleeding Irorn cuts on the face. A female companion, an ex-stripper, subsequently jumped into the Tidal Basin and had to be pulled to safety. ALREADY APOLOGIZED "I have apologized for thai and rm not going to say anything more' about it," Mills said. When asked about the effect of the incident on his re-election campaign, Mills said, "It may have some effect but don't worry about the election. One of us will win it." Another student asked Mills how the ex-stripper got two black eyes. "I don't think you're olc enough...," Mills began, but was drowned out by laughter and applause. "I don't think you're old enough to' drink champagne and I did on t h a I occasion," he s a i d when the noise died down. Turning to the matter of do nations to Mills' 1972 presiden tia.I campaign, a student asked how it was possible for'a polit cian to receive exceptionally large contributions and Wot know about them. "What you're talking about is the Draft Mills Committee which was set up by my friends who did some things they shouldn't have. I had no" con nection with it." In answer to another question about donations" to his cam paign from a major milk co operative, Mills said: " Y o u ; don't- buy somebody with con tribulions. Show me one thing the milk contributions havi bought from me." "How about higher milk irices," a student replied. "I didn't do that," Mills said. 'Nixon did it." At Hendrix, Mills pledged to fight inflation by working to get the govern ment out of the money market. "President Ford said he will do it, but I'm not so sure about Congress." said Mills. Mills said the psychology ol reducing federal spending to he J30D billion level would be food for the nation. He predicted creation of a ;roup to pinpoint excessive vages and prices, call public attention to them and make certain that the excesses were eliminated. Mills said he had dropped the dea of wage and price controls or the present, but might con sider the controls again later. On other subjects, Mills sale le favored the proposed Equa lights Amendment to the Con stitution but opposed Presidenl Ford's proposed five per cen' surtax. He also predicted that his :ommittee would close loop- lalcs in the income tax laws. Mills said he did not favor es- :ablishment of diplomatic relations with Cuba. "I never saw a Communist I thought I could trust." Caslro Envisions U.S. launching War MEXICO CITY (AP) -- Cuban Premier Fidel Castro said Friday night in Havana that the United States faces its worst economic crisis since the 1930s and it might try to extract itself by launching a war, according to the official Cuban news agency Prensa Latina. ' "The possibility must not be discarded that imperialism may try to overcome this crisis even by unleashin-g war," Castro told delegates from more than 60 nations attending the 25th general congress of the World Trade Unions' Federation. Prensa Latina said Castro blamed the world energy crisis on "the imperialists' policy of squandering the world's natural resources at the expense of the underdeveloped countries...?. "The Vietnam aggression, which cost $150 billion, the enormous military expenditure, the capitalist system with its wastefulness and its anarchy are the causes of inflation and monetary crisis," Castro declared. For Cancer Crusade Actress Ranuel Welch talks to newsmen in New York Thursday after h was announced she will serve as chairman of the 1975 American Cancer Crusade. M i s s Welch walked out of the news conference in tears at o n e point when she was asked U.' her sex-symbol movie imaged was too frivolous to he m keeping with the chairmanship. (AP Wirephoto) Historical Society Plans Sunday Meel P l a n s for the general membership meeting to be held Sunday at Mount Comfort C.o.m m u n i t y Building were completed by the Board of Directors of the Washington C o u n t y Historical Society Thursday. It was announced that Dr. Micheal Hoffman, chairman of the anthropology department at the University of Arkansas, will be guest speaker at the 3 p.m. meeting. A cooperative dinner will follow. Larry Tompkins reported an application for ,a grant under Bicentennial funds is being p r e p a r e d to finance the Washington County Historic Register. The register, one of the projects listed under the Bicentennial Commission of W a s h i n g t o n County a n d Fayetteville, will list all of the structures, sites and places of historic significance in the county. Much of the ground work has been done during the past summer, with working maps prepared. The proposed $5,000 grant requires local contribu- tons of in-kind service and cash. Plans to obtain some funding from the county and municipal governments in the county were discussed. A nominating committee was appointed by Dr. Dwain E^ Manske, president. Committed members are Cyrus Sutherland of Fayetteville, chairman; Mrs. Bennett Brogdon of Springdale ant! Boyce Davis of Lincoln. Mosquito Study LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Officials of the stale Health Department said Friday that mosquitoes caught in 20 east Arkansas areas had been found not to be carriers of St. Louts encephalitis virus. The mosquitoes were trapped in areas around Helena, West Memphis and Marianna. DAILY PROGRAM L1STINOS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulso, Channel 2 (Channel I MI cafcl* in FaytttwillO KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel t KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Channel 4 on einlt In FayetttvUlcl KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, JopGn, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 [Channel » an cable in Fayettevllle) O \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 .'·· Hadioear, Electone and Aconsticon Cords, Batteries and Accessories M. WARD HEARING AID DEPT. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center Fayetteville, Ark. Phone 443^591 TODAY ON StatP "ONE OF THE BIST : CRIME SYNDlCATf fILMS SINCE ·TH£ GODFATHER'." THE DON IS DEAD ANTHONYOUINN m 8i, MOVIES . . . . $ 6 . 0 0 Phone 527-7730 Beginning.November 1 MOVIES ON TV 1975 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound »33N. College 44Z-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 751-7981 GTSI OUT OF TOWN Drive aut la Hickory Crack Hao Area ·nd dln« at THE BARN 2C4 East off Hwy, 71 S(t»k and shrimp, homemade ctimamm roUl. relishes, and »lad«. Family ityle fish fry Friday. Bar BQ Rib Saturday. Open 5-10 p,m. Sat and Sun. 12 noon-10 p.m. Cloted Man. and Tut*. Cam* aee ut at beautiful Beaver Lafca* Saturday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 -- "The Mechanic" (1972) Charles Bronson, Jan-Michaele Vincent, Keenan Wyrm Sunday Night 10:30 p.m. Ch. 2 -- "Jamaica Run" (1953) Ray Milland, Arlene Dahl, Wendell Corey 10:30 p.m. Ch. 3 -- "Murderer's Row" (1966) Dean Martin, Karl Maiden, Arin-Margret 10:30 p.m. Ch, 5 -- "Locusts" (1974) Ron Howard, Ben Johnson, Katherine Helmond 10:30 p.m. 6 -- "The Bad and the Beautiful" (1952) Kirk Douglas, Lana Turner, Dick Powell 10:30 p.m. Ch. 7 -- "Tarn Lin" (1971) Ava Gardner, Ian McShane, Cyril Cusack 10:30 p.m. Ch. 8 -- "The Counterfeit Traitor" (1962) William Holden, Lilli Palmer, Hugh Griffith 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Catch as Catch Can" (1968) Martha Hyer, Gila Golan, Steffen Zacharia.s 10:30 p.m. Ch. 12 -- "Spencer's Mountain" (1963) Henry Fonda, Maureen O'Hara 12:00 p.m. Ch. 7 -- "Mystery of the White Room" (193,9) Bruce Cabot, Helen Mack SATURDAY EVENING ·k 6:00 -News World Evangelism Crusade FBIS Accion Chieano Lawrence Welk UFO Jimmy Dean Hee Haw ' if 6:30 -Mele Hawaii Dialogue '74 3 5 .. 12 .. 1 .. 11 ... .. 16 ... 7 ... 6 . . 11 5 Police Surgeon .'.... 3 That Good Ola Nashville Music 7 * 7:00 -New Land 8 Evening at Symphony 11 Emergency .2 3. 5, 7 All In The Family . . . . ' . . . . : . 6, 1H * 7:30 Friends and Lovers 9 16 * 8:00 -Kung Fu . . 8 Performance at Wolf Trap 11 Movie 2 t. 5. 7 Mary Tyler Moore 6,10 * 8:3» - Bob Newhart 18 * 9:00 - ; . . .' CBS Kepocls 6, Ifl Gubernatorial Debate 8 if 10:00 -News 2, 3, 5, 6. 7. S, 12, 16 Video Visionaries ;. ll * 10:30 -Movie if 11:39- News *lt:H Social Security,.,. 5 Movie 7 * I2:l(r- Wrestling ,;., 3 if 12:30 -Soul Train 8 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert ,. 6 if 12:45 Classic Cliff Hangers 2 News .....;;-....,,.. I . , , . , 12 SUNDAY MORNING if 6:00- Party Line ."...,,,. S Acrosn th* Fenc« 3 2, 3 5, 6, 7, 8. 16 12 * 6:30 Across the Fence Sacred 1 Heart · Today's World * 6:«- Davey and Goliath if 7:00 Faith for Today . . . . IB Music and the Spoken Word . . . . 2 Search 6 Amazing Grace 3 Voice of Victory S *7:15 -Pastor's Study 8 With This Ring 12 ·*· 7:30 Human Dimension 2 Goober and the Ghost Chasers 12 Jaboerwocky ie Gospel Sing Junilcs 6 Voice o£ Victory 8 Thy Kingdom Come 3, 5 * 7:45 -Hymns of Inspiration 7 * 8:00 -Make a Wish 12 My Favorite Martians 16 Outreach 8 Candid Campus , 2 Revival Fires 5 James Robison 7 Day of Discovery 3 if 8:30 Bailey's CbmeU T 16 Oral Roberta 5. * Thy Kingdom Com e 8, 12 Billy James Hargte ..- 2 God Squad 7 Herald ol Truth 3 * 9 : 0 f l - AsJt an Attorney 2 Boyce Evans 12 Hex Humbard ',.., 5, 6 Evangelistic Temple 8 Gospel of Christ 16 ILct The Bible 9peaJc 3 Herald Of Trulh 7 * 9:30 Look Up and Live Ifi Sportsman ; 2 Lassie's Rescue Rangers . . . . . . . 12 Katnryn Kuhlnum , g Day of Dlfcovery 7 Oral Robert* , 3 if 10:1)0 -Day of Discovery 5, 6 Faith for Today 8 Call the Doctor Oral Roberts Rex Humbard Encounter , Jerry Palwell ·k 10:30 -Good News Bookshelf ·. Dialogue 16 , Hour of Power Jimmy Swaggart * 11:00 NFL Game of the Week Webber's World Church Service if 11:30 Meet The Press Church Service '..... ·^ 12:00 -NFL Football: Cleveland vs. S-tcelors 2 Dialogue with Litton Face The Nation Directions Newsmakers if 12:30 - TASUCS and Answers ..._.. NFL Pre-Game Show 3, 5 .6. 12. . . . . 2 3, S, ... S. . I . 7 12 16 . 3 . 7 . 6 16

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