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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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14 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Tues., Oct. 22, 1974 FAVETT1VILLE, ARKANSAS Of Criminal Justice System Service Interrupted LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Telephone customers in 21 Norllv Arkansas lowns were without long dlstanco service several hours Monday when a private contractor accidentally cut into part ot an underground cable. The contractor destroyed a 10-foot section of underground cable about one-half mile south of Bradford (White County) on U.S.'67, a spokesman for Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. said. The towns temporarily out of. service were Newport, Balesville, T u p e l o , Augusta, Me- Crory, Grubbs, Oil T r o u g h , Newark, Cave- City, Pleasant Plains, Pleasant Grove. Concord, Primm, Fox, Timbo. Mountain View, Fifty-Six, Tuck- crman, Swifton, Bradford and Jacksonport. It was the Farmer's Daughter--now it's the I 0AWK -TM^rVv H " 7S1 8724 CONTINUOUS FROM DARK UNIVERSITY-NORTH ARKANSAS SYMPHONY Campbell Johnson, Music Director Wednesday, October 23 Arkansas Union Ballroom 8 P.M. Thursday, October 24 John Brown University 8 P.M. BEETHOVEN -- Overture to Fidelio BACH -- Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 Richard Fuchs, Violin Concertino: Roger Widder, Flute William C. Gant, Harpsichord PROKOFIEFF--Selections from the Ballet Romeo and Juliet TSCHA1KOWSKY--Symphony No. 2 'The Law' Explores Nuts, Bolts Working By JAY SHAUBUTT NEW YORK (AP) -- Clav- uce Dari'ow, a fair defense nt- orney, once claimed that "the KVVY. 71 KCtlW + rAUTTlVULE * -Ol-UU NOW SHOWING STARTS 7:25 Due to the abnormal- Subject matter of ' law is n bum profession. It is utterly devoid of idealism and almost poverty-stricken as to any real ideas." "Tht Law," a made-for-TV movie on NBC tonight, explores that thesis with a tautly written, well-acted and very sour study of the nuts-and-bolts orkings of the criminal justice ystem In an unnamed big city. Filmed in Los Angeles, the U-liaur show stars Judd lirsch, a New York actor in s mid-305. He plays an ag- ressive, overworked deputy niblic defender who Is ideal- stic by nature and cynical by xpcricncc. His world, naturally, isn't a lappy one. It's a world of hard- icsed or jocular plearbargain- HWT. 71 WWTK STARTS WEDNESDAY · CO-HIT SHE FOUND OUT HOW THEY LWE BELOW TOBRCCOROHD! SCUM ^ r T EARTH: ing, venal private barristers, prosecution-favoring, pistol- backing lady judges and low- iifc defendants he must counsel en masse before their arraign- .ncnl because the legal staff is small, its time limited. The over-all impression you might get from this show is that it has but two staff idealists -- Ihe public defender and one member of the opposition, a young deputy district attorney played by John Beck. The others are neither absolute saints nor sinners. T h e y work both sides of the fence, drifting with the winds of expediency. At the heart of the show Is Hirsch's attempt to defend a young, heroin-wasted rock mu sician brilliantly played b | Gary Busey -- who's charged with three other men in a Man son family kind of murder case. They're accused of hacking to lealh a pro football quarter jack who, although publicly aintly, is subsequently re sealed as privately kinky an( nto such things as cocaine iscxuality, masochism and ieath cults. The public defender, for vhom the case becomes an ob ession, tries to get the kid off contending his client was total y wasted on drugs at the time jf the killing and took no par n it. But it's a headline-making Vincent. Peter Rofcert Price Gushing Qwury prints by Moviclab eS^ (PGj WVRNER CABLE Free Admission "Pink Floyd" (G) Ncxl: Andy Warhol's "Frankenstein" (X) Fcl. 7:45 Next: Warren Beaty "Parallax View" (R) Buy First Order of SPAGHETTI FDl. 7:45 Sun. Mat. 2 I'.? I. "Harry Tonto" CAVATINI And Get Second Order for a . . . PENNY "Texas Cham Saw Massacre" Next: "Lords of Flatbush" (PG) Offer Good October 22nd thru 24th All Week 7:30 The Sound Of Music" «» North 2325 N. College 521-2992 Next: Walt Disney's "The Bear and ]"·. (G) @ 521-1892 DRIVE-IN THEATRE STARTS WEDNESDAY SHOW STARTS 7:T5 BEST OF WOODY ALLEN s \Voody "Diane cAlleq/""'Kgaton ".Sleeper" " WOODY ALLEN'S "Everything you always wanted to know about sexi 4f BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK t» Ford's Support Of Mills Questioned LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Re-, ublican Judy Pety sent a tele- ram to , President Ford Mon:iy asking Ford if lie supports ic re-election bid of Rep. Wil- nr D. Mills, her Democratic pponcnt in the Nov. 5 election. Mills is seeking a 19lh term rom the 2nd Congressional Dis- rict. "At an appearance last 'hursday in Little Rock, my pponent implied that you are upporting him in his bid for e-election," the telegram read. 'I have received numerous in- juiries from the press about lis, and because Mr. Mills' tatemcnts have been open to uestion, I would appreciate our clarifying your position." Mrs. Petty .said Mills in- Icatcd that Ford felt he ceded Mills' help to fight in- Inlion. But, she said Mills has :oiitribuled to inflation and ihould not be counted on for a iolution to it. ase and into it comes the sort if famous trial lawyer-playec vith a nice, oily air by Sam Vanamaker -- who takes such cases with no other financia consideration than the book anc movie rights. "The Law" has flaws, but it's at its best in the prelims vhere It backs into the main story by depicting what hap )ens, away from reporters anc uries, after a suspect' is arrested and Jailed, Its cynicism may dismay you ind I've no doubt the American Bar Association will ask for a ipecdy retrial of the show's 'erdict on the law. But the program, a series pi ot, deserves watching. It's botr s o l i d l y entertaining a n d hought-provoking, two qualities /ou don't often see on television in the same show. Campaign Canceled OTTAWA (AP) -- United ·"arm Workers President Cesar Chavez lias canceled a Canadian campaign for support ol lis union's grape and lettuce boycott because of illness. ; A spokesman said Monday hat Chavez was recovering in a California hospital from a jack ailment and exhaustion fie was to start the tour today n Sydney, fiova Scotia. Canada is the largest importer of Call 'ornia-grown produce. Musician Dies . LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Jo-; scph Frederick Wagner, 74,; ioundor ot the Boston Civic- Symphony, has died. His most; famous work was the Balllad of: Brotherhood, recorded by th»: Mormon Tabernacle Choir.'; Wagner died Oct. 12 but his: death was not announced until: Monday because of the dlffti-; cullies In notifying next of kin.;. Archbishop Dies ' ST. PAUL. M i n n . (AP) --* The Most Hev. Leo C. Byrne,-; 66, second-ranking official in; the Roman Catholic Arch', diocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, died Monday. He had been coadjutor archbishop of the diocese since 1967. . v . Taco Grande 2366 N. College Ave. DIME IN--CARRY OUT 5 Tacos for S 1 Sale Good Only Oct. 22nd thru 28th 521-8560 FINE ARTS SERIES PRESENTS Manhattan String Quartet on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25 8:00 P.M. Fine Arts Concert Hall University of Arkansas General Admission $2, Non-University Students $3 UofA Students Free With ID Card DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 (Channel * »n ubt« in FayttftviHO KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Channel en cable In FayettevllUI ; KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel II KODE, Jopfin, Channel 12 ; KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 (Channel » en cable In Fayettevllle) 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 Rartioear, Electone and Acousticon Cords, Batteries and Accessories M. WARD HEARING AID DEPT. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center Fayetteville, Ark. Phone 443-4591 TODAY ON "Various people have been screwing up my name. It's a swell name. It belonged to a bartender, a minister,. a classics scholar, and a burlesque queen. It'sConroy, notConrack, but if you want to call me that, go ahead. JON VOIGHT One beautiful man. His story is true. PAUL WINFIELD ,,, HUME CRONYN 8 MOVIES $6.00 Phone 521-7730 Beginning.November 1 MOVIES ON TV 1975 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 2333 N. College · 441-8575 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 751-7W1 GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory Creek R*e. Art a ind dine it THE BARN 2M Ellt off Hwy. 71 uteakf and ihrlmp, homemade cinnamon relta. relishes, and saladf. Family ityle fish fry Friday. Bar 84 Ribs Saturday. Open 5-10 p.m. Cat. and Sun. 12 noon-It p.m. Closed Mon. and Tot C as at beautiful Beaver Lak* BONANZAGRAM THE TUESDAY NIGHT STEAK DINNER $ 1.69 FLASH. BONANZA SERVING SUPER STEAK DINNER FOR A DOLLAR SIXTY NINE. STOP. RIB EYE STEAK, BAKED POTATO, TOSSED SALAD, TEXAS TOAST. FREE REFILLS ON ALL BEVERAGES EXCEPT MILK. STOP. ALSO FOR A DOLLAR FORTY NINE GROUND STEAK DINNER INCLUDING BAKED POTATO, TOSSED SALAD, TEXAS TOAST. DONT STOP TIL YOU GET TO BONANZA TUESDAY NIGHT. Highway 71 North Phone 521-3565 Tuesday Night 7:00 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -- "Trapped Beneath the Sea" (1974) Lee J. Cobb, Martin Balsam, Paul Michael Glaser 7:30 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 -- "The law" (1974) Judd Hirsch, John Beck, Gary Busey 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Partners in Crime" (7973) Lee Grant, Lou Antonio, Harry Guardino Wednesday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -- "Bad Ronald" (1974) Kim Hunter, Scolt Jacoby 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "36 Hours" (1964) James Garner, Rod Taylor, Eva Marie Saint TUESDAY EVENING* 5:00 Villa Alojjro A n d y Griffith News 2, S, Truth or Consequences To Tell The Truth Andy Griffith Twilight Zone * 5:30 Electric Company News 2. 3 5. 6, 7. 16. Truth or Consequences * 6:00 FBI News 3, 5. 6, 7 8. 12, M a k i n g Things Grow * 6:30 Concentration family Affa ir Canadian Travel Treasure Hunt Let's Make A Deal Hogan's Heroei if 7:00 Adam-12 2. 3, S, Movie S, Good Times G, Happy Days S, America : * 7:30 Movie 2, 3, 5, Mash 6, Evening at Symphony * 8:00 KOTV: The First 25 Years Hawaii Five-O * 8:30 Woman -- ·*· 9:(l» -CBS Report 5. Marcus Wclby Update * 0:30 Today's Yoga ... * 10:00 Wall Street Week News 2, 3. S. 6, 7, 8, 12, * 10:30 Perry Mason , ABC Captioned News 11 12 8 .' 3 ft IS 11 12 1 1 16 11 5 7 11 . 3 ie ', ' il11 , 7 18 11 . 6 16 11 16 ', I! 11 11 11 , 16 . 8 11 AI Onofrio Johnny Carson 2, 3, 5, ·k 11:00 * U:30 -* 12:00 -Project Tomorrow 2, 3, 5, * 1:00 Oklahoma Forum WEDNESDAY MORNING-- ·k 6:30 -Farm-Ranch Report .......... *. 6:35 Inspiration .'. ,,..,.... * 6:40 News * 6:50 Light of Life Today in AgticuUura Harvest Time Tabernacle Moments of Meditation * 7:00 Timmy and Lassie Today 2, 3, 5 Country Muslo Tbn» * 7:30 - * S:00 Mister Rogers Captain Kangaroo 6, Sesame Street Cartoon Circus *8:30- Applied Management Oklahoma: Wednesday * 9:00 Sesame Street Name That Tuna 2. 5. Sesame Street !) A.M Movf e Il'n Your Bet 12 7 16 12 8 3 7 2 3 5 2 2 « 7 5 8 12 7 1 11 19 12 S 11 S u 1 i t 12 Joker's Wild 16 * 9:30 Gambit 6, 16 * 10:00 In Service Teaching Programs . . 11 Now You See It 6. 16 All My Children 12 * 10:30 Hollywood Squares .... 2. 3, S, 7 Brady Bunch 8, 12 * 10:55 News 16 * 11:00 Pa s s wo rd 8, 1-2 Villa Alegro 11 Jackpot 3 5, 7 Mike Douglas 2 The Young and Restless .... 6, 16 if 11:30 -Mister Roger* 11 Celebrity Swefipstakes 3, 5, 7 Search for Tomorrow 6, kfl Split Second 8, 12 if 11:55 -- WEDNESDAY AFTERNCON- * 12:00 -In Service Teaching Programs . . 11 All My children ( Phil Donahoe 1 News 2, 8, 7, 12, la Table'alk I * 12:15 16 Minutes with Carol U * 12:30 Let's Moke A Deal 5. 12 As The World Turn* «, 11 * 12:35 Melody Matinee 7 *1:00- Newly wed Gam« 9. 12 Gulldlng LIjrM «, 11 Day* of Our Live* t 1 8, 7 Girl In My Llf«. .......... 8. Doctors 2, 3, 5. * Z:00 Price Is Right 6, General EloipiUt 8. * 2:30 How To Survive A Marriage 2 , 3 5 One Life, To Live * 8, Match Game .'.... 9. Today's Yoga $10,000 Pyramid 8. Somerset 2, 3, 5. * 3:30 Jc opa rd y · 5, Gomer Pyle, U9MC Mister Rogers Merv Griffin Uncle Zeb Joker's Wild Dick Van Dyke , Name That Tune * 4:00 High Chaparral Gilllgan's Island -- Winning Streak Fugitive I Dream of Jeannle * 4:3» Partridge Family Beverly Hlllbllltei Beat the Clock * 5:00 Villa Alegre News S. 5 Andy Grlflith Andy Griffith Truth or Coruequence* To Tell The Truth TwIHuht Zone 12 16 7 7 12 11 1 12 16 11 12 16 12 12 11 2 f 6 IS 3 5 12 8 11 S 1C 7 « 8 12 7 3 11 8 X 1 3 16 Electric Company ... it News _ 2 . J,'s,"l'T. 1J Truth or Consequences ' ' ' · WEDNESDAY EVENING* 6:00- FBI i . News 3, 5, s 7 g j, 19 Inside Oklahoma Education ... 11 'fr 6:30 -The Newsmakers _ 11 Hollywood Squares 3 Concentration 5 Wild, Wild. World of Animals'." 7 Last of the Wild 12 Hogan's Heroes . , in * 7:00 Little House on the Prairie 2 3. 5 T Men Who Made the Movies '. . 11 Sons and Daughters : 6 19 That's My Mama a 12 * 7:30 -- ' . Lucas Tanner 2 , 3 5 7 Hollywood Television Theatre .. U Cannon ' 6 16 *tc 9:09 -- Pelrocelli 2 3 S 7 Get Christie Level 8/12 Festival Films n ·k 9:39 -- : * 10:00 - : News 2, 3, 5, 9, 7, 8, 12, 1« * 10:30 - Perry Mason 8 Wide World Special 13 Movie 8. 16 Johnny Carson 2. 3. 5 7 ABC Caplloned News If * 11:30 - : Wide World Special ..- * * U:00-- . .', Tomorrow · · · 2» 1, 7 if 12:50 -- · Project 1 * 1:00 - f Today's World 1

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