Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 19, 1976 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Monday, Apr!! 19, 1976 F A V I J t J K V I l . l . i ; . A l t K A N S A S , v , . , I A.M LV^ji^tt ** ^f^* 1 o r Y Ot?lufll»*J ( NATIOHAl W E A T H M S E R V I C E , NO A A, U.S. Dipt, of Springtime Celebrates Deliverance From Bondage The air turns warmer, bright-. H was a seder tliat Jesus er now. Scents of green freshen shared in his lasl supper before (ho earth, and under (he sun, his crucifixion. "1 have roots stir, Ihe san flows again earnestly desired to eat Ihis anil buds burst on the branches Passover with you before ! suf of (he great cims. Il's the child- fcr." he told His aposiles. The hood nt Ibe year, the season of meal, in new form, became the (he robin's song, of life re- central rite of Christian wor ncwed, the springtime of nature ship, Holy Communion, signify and also of faith. ing the divine presence with tin- Broadway Tony Awards Presented A Chorus Line And Travesties Top Winners and the .Christian Easter. focus on luminous personalities, Moses wlio led Hie exodus from mld arc A (rom Jcsus ,,,,!), m from happcn . cvcn i s anti K A T I O N A l W t A l H H iUVICE, NO A A, U S D»(tl oi C«»*««:« Both celebrate deliverance,,, { from human bondage Boih pro- faitb claim the triumph of Ihe vicli- h mizcd. Both .signify victory pcricnc( , s , in Hie conviclion that over adversity. Both ring with ())e orl | y rEa ij s tj c understanding | joy and hope. O f G O( J C o m es as it is shown "Sing to the Lord, for he has human history. (riumi)lietl gloriously," goes a Thai is the Bihlieal outlook Jewish Passover hymn, mark- a n d method, a record of earthly ing the freeing of the Israelites occurrences in \vhich God's from slavery in Egypt. "The participation is perceived and Lord is my strength and my by which He defines His will song and has become my salva- and ways lo people, as (hey are " A CHORUS L I N E 3-34 -P3 NEW YORK (AP) -- The musical "A Chorus Line" and the farce-drama "Travesties" are B r o a d w a y ' s Tony Awards champion productions of the M7. r -78 season. Besides winning the silver medallion as the best song- dance show, "A Chorus Line" scooped up eight of 11 other musical citations. Resides being named the best play. "Trav cslics" brought the male star acting trophy to John Wood. . The stage equivalents of Ho] lywood's Oscars were prescnlet in 18 competitive categories Sunday night in a telecast ovci the ABC network tliat ovcrrai its scheduled two-hour time slo by 29 minutes. Production num hers and long (hank-yoi tion." 'He is risen!" resounds the good news ol (he Christian Easter, marking the resurrection ol the · crucified Christ. "He thai believclh in Me. though II' were dead, yet shall iie live.' Redemption is seen in both events. Bolh are regarded - 1 able to grasp it. Pryor Proclaims Property Week UTTLK ROCK-Gov. David fre Mixed Weather Arkansas can expect showers and fhunriershau'crs through Tuesday, wlitlc most nf I li « East ami Southeast cun cx- ]iect con 1 innctl hot weather. Cooler temporal urns a r c likely across most nl tlio rcsl o[ Hie Unifpil States. Showers and rain are expected f r o m the western Gulf of Mex- ico to the eastern Plains. Rain Is expected also in the Pacific Northwest. (AP Wire- photo) Superdome Services Discuss Cost Cutting \p) -- Sn-f peeled lo recommend hiring Inc., oEti- professional management manifeslations of divine truth p rvor ] las proclaimed this week in human history. Roth herald Private Properly Week, in the overcoming of evil and in-|rccognilion of the role Arkansas justice. Both tell of travail and reallors have played in civic conqucsl over il. lacfivilies througiiont the state. "By His great mercy, we In his p r o c l a m a t i o n have" been born anew to a Hv- Governor Pryor noted that Hie ing hope ..." says the aposlle fundamenlal righl of p r tv a te John. "This is (he victory tiial property ownership is a righ overcomes the world." and privilege realized 1) Praise the Lord!" goes a thousands of Arkansans livin liallel of Passover, a song from in their own homes. Sic addw the Psalms. "He raises the that realtors have vigorousl poor from the dusl, and lilts defended this righl "which Ihe needy from the ash heap ... the safeguard of our Our God is merciful ... He has society." delivered my soul from death." "The citizens of Arkansa The week-long Passover o b - l h a v e bcnefitted m counlles servance began on Thursday ways from Ihe efforts with the sharing-of the seder, a Arkansas reallors in civic ritual meal recalling the an- fairs, for charitable cause cient deliverance from tyranny and in (lie sharing ot me d affliction summoning professional knowledge of re believers lo continued dcdica-l estate mailers for Ihe good lion lo that God-given'freedom. "We were Pharoah's slaves in Egypl, but (he Lord our God rescued us," goes the "Hagga- dah," the retelling of the old story. It first disclosed to the Biblical peopli what God speeches were Ihe reason. In addilirxi lo Wood, individ ual acting honors in Ihe sta class went lo Irene \Vo_rlh, fo her portrayal ol an aging per former in "Sweet Bird o Youth": and in Hie musical di visions lo Donna McKechnie, a a striving dancer in "A Chorti Line." and lo George Rose, fo a roistering gig as dustman A fred P. Doolillle in Ihe cnrrcn vival ol "My Fair Lady." 'he four featured performe zes 'went to: Edward He m a n n - i n Bernard Shaw's pla Irs. Warren's Profession' irley Knight in Ihe dram Kennedy's Children": and a musical categories, lo Sai Williams and Kelly Bisho th of "A Chorus Line." The other Tonys for lorus Line" \vere for its slo about young performers lr l l h e communities of Arkansas. Dies At 74 :· NEW ORLEANS: '-· pcrdome Services, -- . - cials lo present specific recom- o ^ r u n (ho Superdome;: .. Commissioner ,of Adminis- " ~ ' "~ ~"'" finny , tration Charles Rocmer to' dis- ,. cuss cosl-cutlinfi prpcedur.es. Gov. Edwin Etiwards ordered o Kttcmcr lo begin preparing plans Friday (o lake over opcr- ". aliens of the deficit-ridden " Louisianii Snnerdnme. / '"" Roemer said he has discussed ' lh,? problem with officials ol · SSI, which provides ushers ···· janitors and security guards for the Superdome. and Ihey have · agreed costs can and should be ' cut. · ' He said he expected SSI ofti " cials lo prcsenl splcific recom ' inundations on where to trim " costs. Last week Superdome offr -··· cials ordered a crash austerity ; program to avoid a projected ".'· $Z million deficit, bill Rcemr-r " said he believes costs can he trimmed cnmigh lo cut the defi · cit to S500.000. Tiic Domed Stadium Coinmis - siori meets Tuesday morning to discuss the $U.3 -million budget it will seek from the stale legis lalurc nexl month -- a SG mil . linn increase from last years budget. Dili statp Rep. Kevin Rcilh says he may use Hie special commission meeting to call for the resignations of key Super- dome officials. ,, "I've had U up lo my cars, said neilly. a commission ·" member and chairman of Ihe -" House Appropriations Com'." initle/!. "1 am hilUrly rtis- .,, a p p o i n t e d with the m .' competence ol dome personnel. We would be belter off if we ·j L e a n e d out the whole hunch." There liavc been reports tna ' if Ihe commission demandei '-' and received Ihe resignations n '' lop (iome excculives. Roeme would he asked lo run the Su ·perdomc on a temporary basis Last week Gov. Edwards als "speculated to members of th '·' Legislative Budget Commillc .' in Balon Rouge that he wi - - l i k e l y ask Hie legislalure for r," . sponsihiliiy lo run Ihe Super dome it an acceptable hidde .. can't he found (o lake over Ih ·-'"·A report by Ihe Arthur ·'·'Little consulting firm, due .' the end of this rnonlh._is_ If no firm is willing lo accept he challenge, Edwards said he would request' authority from like, that He saves, Irecs, cares the legislature to take over Su- tor Ihe lowly, .redeems Ihe lost. 1 *:,,,,,. Dnnmnc ic! I "With a mipiilv naTlH the perdome operations. Roomer is , a mighty hand p e r o m e o p e r a o n s . oomer ... again expected lo be the gover- Lord brought us out ... from the] Hunlcrdon nor's choice to run the stadium. I house of bondage." here. He v. FLEJ1INGTON, N.J. (AP) G. Wallace Conover, rclir editor of the Somerset M/isse ;er Gazette and former prp .Jcnt ol" Hie New Jersey Pr the Association, died Sunday · at Medical Cenfpr A'zs 74. to ; brcak ,inlo : tric big l i m c j by James Kirksvood and cholas Dijnlc; Ihe score, mu- c by Marvin Hamlisch, lyrics, Iward Klchao: lighting dc;n, Tharon Musscr; director, ichacl Bennett: and clio- ographcr, Bcnnct and Bob vian. The other two musicFil vards went to "Pacific Over- res" for scenic design by or is Aroiisou and costuming r Florcnz Klolz. Ellis Rabb took the Tony for rector of a straight play willi is work on "The Royal Fami," a revival- There were no real surprises L any of the voting by the -H- cprcscnlativcs of the thpatri al profession who worked from our nominations in each'cate ory. Miss Mnsser liad a doubl illing as lighting designer alsc f "Pacific Overtures." Wood. Rose atid Tom Stof jard, million of 'Travc-sl.ics,' verc the only Britons to win ii competitive classes, a declin rom the pattern of recent ; sea sons, The Stoppard piece is , vilil cerebral and '.jimii«t ! ·omp about a hypothetical mee inf- in 191V Zurich of Lcnii James Joyce and Trisla Tsara. Eoimder of the i)ada ar movement. A special new Actors Awar ,vas bestowed on a surprise Richard Durlon for his retur to Broadway in "Equus." Burton was one of t h e ' p r gram hosts, along with Edd Albert. Jane Fonda, nian Rigg. George C. Scott and Ih lattcr's wife, Trish Van Dcvei A .stellar galaxy of prescnle ·ncri (he scaled cjivclopes nlaining winners' names. George Abbot. 33 - year - old tcran or 117 Broadway shows which lie has participated as actor, author, director or oducer, received (tie first anal Lawrence I.anger prize for listinguishcd lifetime achieve- ent." Three Help Carter LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Dr. ale. Cowling of Little Rock, irimy Shults of Pine Bluff and lomas 'Hartaway o[ North ittlc Rock wi!! head a com- littee guiding the presidential ampai^n of Democrat Jimmy arter in Arkansas. Cowling is pastor of the Sec- Kid Baptist Church of Little and Shulls is the founder nd president of a food com- iny. Hartaway is president of public relations and adyerlis- ng firm that specializes in mi- ority marketing. Earthquake Hits LEONARD. Okla. (AP) -The University of Oklahoma Earth Sciences Center said lata Sunday that an earthquake described as the strongest in (ha stale since May 1000 hit near Durham in western Oklahoma. A spokesman for the: center said .. the earthquake, which struck al 10:43 p.m., registered 3.9 on the Richter scale. It lasted about 10 seconds, he said. Jim Lawscn, geophysicist at the center, said the quake "possibly . was strong enough to have cracked foundations in the Durham area." Dillard's · r-JortViwaert Ark. F Dillard's breath of spring rwt^- i»« f ..in j -n~*~t *,,,, ; Tornado Damages Climb Hear Million ." .ANADAIIKO, Okla. C A P ) - · - Tornadn rlamagc csdmnl from tlirec Cadrlo County com mnnilics hal cliniticd jus! s w of $1 million as Ihree casualli ot Hie slonn remained m a ho pilal loday. . Civil Defense Director Ixnn ·· Miller Sunday placed loss -·' · from the early Saturday lw ' tcrs sviiich hit Wnshila, Gra :· monl and nroslon al 5890,000 : lie said a higher figure was s '- after Public Service Co. del .' mined il suffered 350)1,000 da '. age lo i(s gencraling station · the cdse of Washila. ; A company spokesman · most of the damage was done · lo three big cooling towers and · transmission lines. Hill Ihe stn- ' lion was back in operation Sun- · day and nww liad hecn rc- ; slorcd lliroughoul Ihe area he'_, fore dawn. 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SS9 sale $80. : . brass plated headboard Twin 34.99 Full 39.99 Qu»'en or King 44:99 Traditional style brass plate headboards by Lflri- man add cbarm and elegance to any bedroom, .-- . . / W W V_^L^ . T" SWIFTS Shams: Orig. $12 .................. Sol. 8.97 Matching .Draperies: Orig. $22 pr. 54"x84" . Orig. $50 pr. 108"x84" .Matching Panels: Orig. $12 ea. 60x84 .. Sole 17.97 pr. Sale 37.97 pr. CKOSCILL Draperies--DIUARD'S , Ploxa - Ope« 10 a.m. K» 9 M«. chantilly bedroom group Orig. $385 Triple Dresser Sale Orig. $139 Twin Mirrors Sol « Orig. $279 Chest Sale $249 Orig. $129 Queen or Full Headboard Sale $119 Orig. $169 King Headboard Sa ' e $' 4 ' Orig. $119 Night Stand Sale $99 Handsome all wood bedroom group In eleganl French styling. Fruitwood finish. Make your selection now and save. sale! love seat or sofa $449 orlg, SI39 lo $319 sofa sale love scat sale $339 A high fashion look at on affordable price. Transitional look goes well in contemporary or Iradilional home. Single seal cushion wllti mulll back cushions. Cotton print cover in tan or orange.

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