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6 / DE8 MOINES REGISTER • Tu««., Aug. 26,1975 MINERS BRAWL WITH POLICE CHARLESTON, W.VA. (AP) — Striking coal miners, under orders from national union leaders to return to work, staged a protest march through downtown Charleston Monday and briefly skirmished with police. An estimated 37,000 miners — mostly in the southern part of the state — arc idled by the wildcat strike, now into its third week. Pickets have spread into a portion of eastern Kentucky and sympathy walk outs have sprung up in small sections of Ohio and Virginia. The Scuffle The skirmish with police broke out as some 300 marching miners stopped in front of the building housing the Kanawha County Coal Operators Association. Police attempted to confiscate a pickup truck being driven by one of the miners. As they forced the driver to disembark, fighting broke put on all sides. The dozen policemen backed down after about five minutes and the march continued. Earlier, the executive board of the United Mine Workers union voted unanimously in Washington to order the men back to work, but previous orders from UMW officers have been ignored. In a statement Issued after the board meeting, UMW Presi dent Arnold Miller said that now that the board had done its job and ordered the men back to work, "it is time for West Virginia's coal operators to make an equal good faith effort." The march began after the miners, demanding a right to strike over local grievances and an end to interference from federal courts, gathered at the federal courthouse. March to Office The miners marched to the UMW District 17 headquarters but found none of their union officials there. They went inside briefly, then left after putting a sign on the door: "Closed for strike." The walkout began in a dispute over a local grievance in Logan County, but has since become a general protest against companies and courts. U of I awarded bicentennial grant Sp«clil Dispatch To Tht RilUUr WASHINGTON. D.C. - The National Endowment for the Humanities has •'awarded a grant of $24,000 to tne University of Iowa for a bicentennial conference on the American and European Revolutions. Jaroslaw Pelenski, a professor of history at the university, is the conference organizer. VARSITY Tomorrow! 2 TOP UDSN NITS Kill CO-HOT W.C. FIELDS in "You Cin't Chut An Honmt Mm" EAST 41II.Ucvit*XXX lltTlnwInMU-WMt) 'MAMMD WOMAN' •OIYTINOITON' WIREPHOTO (AP) California crash kills driver, blocks Interstate This Is the wreckage of a semitrailer truck which crashed and burned on a bridge near Corning, Calif., early Monday killing the driver and blocking the northbound lanes of Interstate Highway 5 for about 3 hours. The California Highway Patrol said a blown tire may have caused the crash. New state liquor store to open at Ankeny By LOUISE SWARTZWALDER A new state liquor store to replace one destroyed by a tornado will be opened Sept. 5 in Ankeny. The store, to be located in the same shopping center as the original store, will be opened in at 10 a.m. ceremony with state officials and Ankeny ^representatives. Since Tornado Ankeny has been without a liquor store since the June 18, 1974, tornado, when the liquor outlet and other stores in the shopping center at 700 Ankeny Boulevard were destroyed. The tornado also destroyed $63,000 in inventory in the store. Holland Gallagher, director of the State Beer and Liquor Control Department, said the new store will be a self-service facility, but will be larger than the original store. It will also lave a "limited wine cellar store," with a selection of about 25 best-selling wines available, he said. The store will have the same manager and many of the same employes as the original store. Many employes of the Ankeny store were transferred to jobs at the Des Moines Eastgate liquor store after the tornado. Customers to Eastgate Most Ankeny, customers bought their liquor at the Eastgate store, Gallagher said. Sales at that store, which has had one of the largest sales volumes, will probably go down next year, he said. The state was unable to open a new store in Ankeny sooner because the department had trouble finding a location and was unable to arrange for a .contractor to build a new store. The state leases all its 205 facilities. The store will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day except Friday, when it will be open until 8 p.m. NOW SHOWING FORUM I FLEUR 2 TOW IT Wit** AT ALL 3 I IfHMS tUT. MS "TMl" U1MI -PHUT 2 i TALL mm ewr "ARNOID" n« K CAPITDL ""NOW SHOWINGIUf SHOWI • 9iOO • "CRAZY MAMA" ...PUMATIOi4S...R •DIATHRACiapOQ" 145NOW SHOWING! IM • MS* "MITCHELL" I • IMS • "PAPIUION" R ""NOW SHOWING!""! •* • !«• "RETURN t4S | TO MACON COUNTY" f PIUS 10:35 "HARD RIDE" PG "THEGOODHITESHOr umiKiANVun MOHTTAUSHOW.... "PEEPING CAMERA" KUHIWUTK UW.IMUMtnUTIM IATWUUU ; "Johnny W-Stirring John Holmes —PLUS— 'Tilt WALt DISNIT'S BAMBI NUS HOUNO WHO THOUOHT HI WAS AIACCOON 7 PM CONTINUOUS THiATKi 1536,1536 E. Grand 7i I i, tiM IAURA STMISAND JAMIS CAAN—OMAR SHARIF FUNNY LADY HOLIDAY 3400 SWSth Record number of drunk charges Th« Kigtittr'* lewi Ntwt Strvlc* CEDAR RAPIDS, IA. - Linn County Sheriff Walter Grant Monday reported that a record number of motorists were arrested this past weekend on charges of driving while under the influence of intoxicants in the county. Grant said 19 persons were arrested by his officers and by police in Hiawatha and Marion. The 19 arrests this weekend bring to 46 the total of drunk- driving arrests for August, which is also a record. Drowning FOX LAKE, ILL. (AP) - A Chicago man was missing and believed drowned Monday in the Fox River. 'Family Days' set at Red Rock A four-day "Family pays" celebration that will include a Bluegrass music festival, square dancing, a balloon ascension and other activities is being planned by the Red Rock Lake Association over the Labor Day weekend. Many of the activities will be held in the North Overlook Park at the northeast end of the Red Rock Dam on the Des Moines River between Pella and Knoxville. Other events will be in the Whitebreast Park campground on the south shore of the lake. Water activities will include a fishing contest, water skiing sailboat races and canoe races, as well as swimming. Gladys Black of Pleasantville will conduct bird walks in the area on Saturday and Sunday mornings. There also will be exhibitions of hang-glider fly ing. Paperwork rise raked by Culver Senator John Culver (Dem., la.) called Monday for "a war of liberation" against restrictive federal regulations and increasing reporting requirements. Culver told a conference of the American Road Builders Association and the national and Iowa Associations of County Engineers here that "the paper blizzard of redundant and needlessly complicated forms that business people and local officials have to fill out has reached the point of absurdity." He said the burden is especially hard on small business people who are required to fill out 70 different forms and re ports annually. < Bikini therapy SALINA, ITALY (AP) - Dr. Caterina Arena, 28, was fired from her job at the local hospital after she made a round of the wards dressed only in a bikini swimsuit. NOW in the RED FOX LOUNGE 6TODM STARRING ^DebbbMcConncll & RIC STORM NIGHTLY! Mon. thru Sat. « in our swingin' downstairs lounge THUTH CLOCK DOWNTOWN 1 - 235 & SIXTH AVENUE mxw&xi The Dragon kills like no man alive! ready (or Jimmy Wang Yu- The new King of Kung Fu! Every su have a hap B Kansas City, Missouri ^™ 1-435 at Exit 54 Something luippv is always happening. ending; Bobby Goldsboro and Labor Day Weekend at Worlds of Rm. It's a Labor Day Weekend spectacular for the entire t'amily. More than 145 acres of rides, shows and attractions. Specially priced chicken picnic dinners and fireworks every night. Two exciting Bobby Goldsboro shows each evening. >--' Every summer should have a happy ending. This Labor Day Weekend, let Worlds of Fun be yours. CAPRI: Love and Death — 7:30, 9:20. FLEUR 1: Monty Python — 7:15, 9:15, FLEUR 2: Walking Tall Pan II — 7, 9:30. FLEUR 3: Jaws — 7:30, 9:45. FLEUR 4: White Line Fever — 7, 9. GALAXY: Mitchell — 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. INGERSOLL: Man in Glass Booth — 7 9:15. PLAZA: The Apple Dumpling Gang —• 1, 3, 5, 7, 9. RIVER HILLS: Rollerball — 7:15, 9:30. RIVIERA: Nashville — 8. SIERRA 1: The Return of the Pink Panther — 7:15, 9:15. SIERRA 2: While Line Fever — 7:45 9:30. SIERRA 3: Other Side of the Mountain — 7:30, 9:20. VARSITY: Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore — 8:15. Summer of '42 — 6:30, 10:05. WAKONDA: Bambi — 1, 4, 7, 10, Super Dad — 2:15, 5:15, 8:15. CINEMA I: The Apple Dumpling Gang — 1, 3.-05, 5:10, 7:15, 9:20. CINEMA II: The B Must Die — 1:15 3, 4:45, 6:30, 8:15, 10. FORUM I: Walking Tall Pan II — 7:30, 9:30. FORUM II: Jaws — 7:35, 9:50. FORUM III: Monty Python — 8, 9:40. 3iOf,fi10, 7i1»A*tM MATINIIS DAILY! WAIT MSMT PRODUCTIONS MWISTHff! (G) DON KNOTS tflMCONWAY "THE APPLE DUMPLING GANG" l *« JOE DON BAKER OATS, ^MITCHELL" —ORIVMN CO-HIT. 10t40P.'M.— SWtMcQUUN'WailON" WAKONMl •AMBIi 1.4, *%*8*r$ « H wjgj| "BAMBI" "SUPtlDAD" FLEUR 1 7tlSA9>lS "MONTY PYTHON AND THI HOLY GRAIL" FORUM 1 7t90 A 9tM •WALKING FORUM 2 —PG— 7:35 ^ WO NO KQIERTSHAWIN PASSES! "JAWS" FORUM 3 —PG— MOA9I40 'MONTY PYTHON AND THI HOLY GRAIL" INGERSOLL —PG— TiOOMilS MAXIMILIAN SCHEU IN "MAN MTHI MASS MOTH" I MMKCAAN PASSES! "ROILERBAU" r «O»m AITMAN'S "NASHVILLE" PETIR SELLERS IN WUtNWiN MNK MNMI SIERRA 2 -PG— ACTION N' THRILLS 'WHITE LINE FEVER SIERRA 3 — PG— MARILYN HA5SETT • »EAU BRIDGES "OTHfl WOT.**. MOUNTAIN" 8:15 "All« POISir T HVf Hill" 6,30 & 10:05 "WMMHOT4I" MONiCR 'WHITI LINtf FfVU" -, "MfAKOUT" FORUM IV: The Sting — 7:15, 9:45. HOLIDAY: Funny Lady — 7:15, 9:39? PLANTATION DRIVE-IN: Bambi — 8:45, Super Dad — 10:10. PIONEER DRIVE-IN: Once Is Not Enough — 8:30. Breakout 10:}0. MINI-EAST: Shows 8 a.m. to midnight. MINI-X: Shows 8 a.m. to midnight. CINEMA III: Shows 11 to 11. STUDIO III: Shows 11 to 11. STARLITE DRIVE-IN: Cartoons — 8:30. Mitchell — 8:45. Papillion — 10:40. S.E. 14th ST. DRIVE-IN: Cartoons — 8:45. Walking Tall Part II — 9, 12:45 a.m. Arnold — 11:05. .. CAPITOL DRIVE-IN: Cartoons — 8:45. Crazy Mama — 9, 12:05 a.m. Death Race 2000 —10:45. WEST VUE DRIVE-IN: Cartoons 0:30. Return to Macon County — 8:45. Hard Ride — 10. THEATRE 1536: Bambi — 7:25, 9 Hound Who Thought He Was A Raccoon 4- 7, 8:35. Madrid cyclist killed by train TW Retiiter* low* N«w*|trvic« MADRID, IA. - A Madrid motorcyclist was killed about A p.m. Monday when he .apparently was knocked off his motorcycle by a railroad warning bar and struck by a North Western freight train at ; -an Iowa Highway 210 crossing about a mile east of here. Authorities identified the victim as Douglas Wayne Williams, 19. t ' : Boone County Deputy Sheriff Vince Howard said Williamson was westbound when he was apparently blinded by the sUn and didn't see the warning bar which struck him on the head. He then lost control of his motorcycle and was thrown onto the railroad tracks, Howard said. Authorities said he was not wearing a helmet or sunglasses. LIVE Entertainment At... BCCNt Conchita IMPERIAL INN 1215 S. 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