it Arkansas TIMES, W*d., April 21, T976 V A T K T f K Y I L L E , A K K \ S Â« : \ Â« . Make Sure They're For Real iReaders Warned About Charity Contributions ' By : lhe Attorney General's | Slaff ; , ' Ah : advertisement in recent rWsiikper weekly supplements may jUve grabbed your attention V'ilh a picture of a raccoon caught in a steel-jaw, leg rjold t.rap. The ad road "it's Only an 1 Anima!" and was an appeal by llie Animal Protection Institute o f ' A m e r i c a to send donations to Sacramento, Calif , t o ~help that Â· charitable organization slop abuse to wile animals. . t Acting on complaints of Mm borr\cconsumors stating - t h a,l the American Protection Instl lute otj America did not provide services lor annual protection as advertised, the Consumer Protection Dmsion of the Attor ncj GoiiT.ils Office initiated an im estimation The Altornox General of Tin foima has since hied a ci\il action in Superior Court charging the Animal Protection Institute and-its president with misrepresentation in raising funds and with', the misappro- piiation of o\er $100,000 m charitable assets. According to Ihe charges, 96 per cent of the funds raised are Â· jsed for salaries,"administrative exposes and fund-raising appeals and not for the announced purposes of pel birth control research, seal sanctuaries, and promoting public low cost spay clinics. The Consumer Protection D i v i s i o n recommends (hat before you contribute to a charity, ask what per cent of the contribution actually is spent oil (he charitable services. OUH PRAISE to the Cabot citizens for their courage anri the town officials and business leaders for taking immediate, cooperative action to assist (he victims and begin rebuilding the town following the destruc- tton by the tornado on March) 29th. Inquiries have come lo .the Consumer Protection ..Division from persons who Want lo send contributions to Ihe storm area. Those are some of il.m Cnbnt groups that fere'accepting dona lions: Cabot Emergency Equip-. nv'Jit Fund, in care of Fire Chief Carl PIckard; American Red Cross, in care of the Bank of Cabot: and all the churches. The Adult Outreach Fund, in care of Austin Leeds, Bank ol Cabot,- is handling persona' problems as referred by school, counselors for shoes, glosses, 1 utility bills, and other Individual needs.*It is reported that food and clothing supplies are .ade rjinile at this lime. ATTORNKY G K N E K A L Jifri Guy Tucker' and Stale Insurance Commissioner 'Ark Monroe 111 advise [jursons in any dis- iisl.or situation fo be cautious when .hiring persons to make repairs and when,settling insurance claims. Consumers are cautioned a g a i n s t accepting g plarH - aRalnst a con-| sumcr's property .by an unpaid supplier of materials or labor arc listed in the -'Consinner Protection Tip for Storm Vic- im' pamphlet, 1 '. said Tucker, 'and it is .i\ nibble Ei ct l)v calling thd Consumer Hollinu/1- 800--*182-8982." New Coins Hoarded PKAGUU CAP) -- New 10- hcllcr and 20-]icllcr (1-2 cenls) nieces \\cie put into circulation in G/cchQsknaki.i in 1374, but though seici.il millions \*cra miiikcd few scorned lo find their WAV into ciiculaUon quick insurance, settlement under perssure at a n y ' lime. "Bcfor^; accepting a check, they should be ccrtaiii that.they can get the repairs completed , lo their satisfaction lor the amount 01 me btUtiirnuÂ»l, that is being offered .by the .insurance company," 1 said "Monroe. Tucker said consumers should use only 'established, contractors, repair or scrvluc people to make repairs or rebuild dElnofied properly. "Precali lions to prevent a lien (claim) '. Ceramics,... Â· the World's Most , Fascinating -Hobby! Greenwore - Bisque - Supplies ' --''instructions Available -i HANCOCK CERAMJC HOUSE 2031 Green Aerej Rd. Fayettevill* Open A to 9 p.m. Daily and 8 30 to 12 noon Sat Closed Wednesday 521-1550 Color TV Seen Only In Israeli Theaters : TEL AVIV (AP) - Israel's movie houses-are terrorist targets, riot sKes, Rung Fu cheering, arenas and the only itace in the country where an Israeli can see a television com hiercial.in living color. : They'also show films. : With 32 million-tickets sold annually -- more than 10 visits per year for each of the country's three million people -- the cinema in Israel is a diversion where crowds often see almost as much action in the aisles as on the screen. ; -Several bomb ha\e been found under, cinema seats,- and an Arab terrorist agent lobbec ;Uvo hand grenades from the Â·balcony onto the main floor o! [a crowded Tel Aviv movie Â·house a little more than a yea] 'ago. He killed two, wounded 60 and blew himself to" pieces. - Purse checks and body frisks at the door have held theater attacks in check in 'the las "year, but managers say the} jace growing problems from -young, rowdy audiences. ''. "We can have some \er Â·rough crowds here," say.. Frank Gil-Ad, general manage of Warner-Fox Films in Israe : and manager of the. Tel Aviv the'largest movie house in th country. . ; : "In Jerusalem a theater ; onci billed a Kung Fu picture with -;Bruce_Iee and the brother o -Bruce'Lee and when there wa ho sign of the Lees in the mpv ie, they wrecked the place in a -riot. ' i ON" THE OTHER HAND I "On the other hand Israel ha L had onp of- the' most sophis ticaled and well-behaved au ^diences anywhere," Gil-A said. Fcllini and Bergman mo\ : ies sell out regularly at house in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, an play Id quiet, intense crowds Film posters dominate kiosks nd cover walls on the streets f.-Tel' Aviv; and the theaters Kes ad\erlise their Rat utc \uth hand - painted Ld tbbard s t alues Ih at lower ver marquees in the city's ussest. ner\e centers Even the managers concede hat Ihe gaudy 20-foot placards -- a bare-chested Bruce Lee or hotgun toting Al Pacmo aie \pical -- often exaggeiate the content of the moues ' Cinema operator are abou ready to sign a treats so tha adverlisernenls and title trans aliens, will have at-least some hihg to~ do w i t h ' t h e movie -ila Ad said While changing foreign Ian guage titles into Hebrew can b i delicate task, Iranslatbrs q* Itn sacrifice accuracj fo crowd appeal 'The Russians Are Coming The Russians Are Coming' wa so popular here -that when \\ started screening 'A Funn Thing Happened o n - t h e Way t the'Forum,': it became 'The Ro mans Are'Coming, The Romar Are Coming' in Hebrew," Gi Ad recalled, TV COMMERCIALS Theaters.screen,15 .minutes o television-length color, con morcials before each feature t help generate re\enucs Israel can't; watch such = ads ,al .hom because .Israel has no cblo television and : black-and whi programs carry, .no. advertis mcnts. M o v i e attendance h a dropped by nearly 40 per cen since television rai rived in I rael in 1968 Inflation Jias dn rn the pnce of tictets to $1 "i whirh Israeli? consider c pensue,'but patron- no lonp h a \ e to reser\e seats on \\ee nights, once a must at over crowded ;Tel Aviv, theaters. Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·I |~~7%e cleanest used car deal in town! Â·Â·Â«Â·Â·Â»Â·Â· OIL CHANGES AND LUBES. (for as long as you own the car) Also,Insure Against Mechanical Defects Buy now and save for years. Good on any .used car you purchase Â·retaiffaf Whit Ghev- ' rolet during April. Service given every 2,000 miles, in- deluding oil. ' Also, check Whit's mechgni- cally certified cars that qualify ...for insurance against mechan- -ical defects for 12 months or 12,000 miles. Sale 5.60 N | Reg. $7. Men's polyester knit iporttWrt with firtl i botion placket, 2 cfiest j pockets and double I contrast stitching. Men's sizes. Sale 6.40 Reg $8. Men's embroidered golf shirt of polyester/cotton knit 4 button placket. Assorted colors. Men's sizes. *' Sale 4.80 , Reg. $6. Men 1 ! V-ncckl print spbrtxhMof polyester knrt Assorted prints and colors m a , wide range of sizes. ' Sale 5.60 *7. Men's potyeÂ«ter/ cotton golf shirt with 4 button placket chsst pockets and contrast trim Assorted colors: Men's sizes. 20% off men's jeans. Sale 7.20 Men's denim jeans. Reg. $9. Aguy can never have too many jeans. Especially at these savings. All cotton indigo-dyed navy denjm with flare leg western styling or Wide bell. Men's sizes. Sale 7.99 Reg. 9.99. The JCPenney sneaker for men and boys. Cotton army duck uppers, molded rubber outsole; vinyl padded collar and much more, sizes 2^-6 and 6V-13. Sale 14.39 Reg. 17.99. The JCPenney version sport oxford for men. Leather uppers; soles. Lots of comfort features, Sizes Sizes 61/2-12. t Make the most of all our Spring sales. Save 20% on these beautiful bedspreads. Sale $ 24r Â·eg $30 'RibboneUe' spread has a delicate ribbpii' and' llgy/er print trrrnmed with -eyelet ruliljng:-Easy-care poly" ' ' mwilh polyester fill. Sale $28 Sale 16.80 rÂ£V , 'Floral Medley' features bouquets of tulips anil irises on a soft pastel background. Machine washable polyc.sler/collon. Â·polyester fibcrfill. Full, reg. $24 S*le 19.20 ' Sale prices Â·ffectivt thru Saturday. Sale 12.80 pr. 50x63" Reg. $14. 'Jewel-Tex' draperies are textured pblyestor wilh rayon, potion, or acrylic. They're thermal backed, machine washable, no-iron. Many colors and sizes. 50x84"; reg. $T7 ..........: Sale 13.60 75x84"; rÂ»g. $29 Sale 23.20 100x84"; reg. J39 Sal* 3U20 Shop Penneys 9-9 Mon., Thurs., Fri.~9-5:30 Tucs., Wed., Sat.
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