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Marble 6:00 News 11 JO Jackpot 6:30 Bewitched 12:00 News TttO Ben Vereen 1230 Our UVH 8:00 NBC Movie 1:30 Doctors 10:00 News 240 Another Wtd, 10:30 Tonight >.00 Sonwrstt 12:00 Tomorrow 2«KUtD i (MM.) 7*0 ttt., Pops FTVTNtttr 0« the air •_ 4:30 Ivt. EMM •MftM'Mi. . 3:30 Yoga 8KMTV1 4:00 Mr. Rogers 9:30 State Fair 4:30Elec.Co. 10:00 Cap. News 5:00 Sesame St. 10:30 Ltfeway 6:00 Can It Sioux City 9-KCAU (AM) 7:00 AM America 3:00 Don't Say 9:00 Women 3:30 D'mond Head 9:30 Sew New 4:00 Green Acres 10:00 Ryan's Hope 4:30 Hogan 10:30 Brady Bunch 5:00 ABC News 11:00 Showof fs 5:30 Truth, Cons. 11:30 My Children 6:00 N«H 12:00 News , 6:30 Hwd. Squares 12:30 Mak* Deal 7:00 An*'« Con 1:00 Pyramid KOOSmFriflr 1 JO Rhyme 9:00 Lady, Champ 2:00 Gen. Hosp. 10:00 News 2 JO One Life 10:30 Entertalnm't Sioux City 4-KTIV (NBC) 12.KEYO (CIS) 7410 €8$ MUM 2:30 tiUhrtalts ' ftOOKanwrM . 3:00 Music*! 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TV 6:30 Ready, Not 2:30 French Chef 7:00 Eve., Pops 3:00 Feeling Good 8:00 TV Theater 3:30 Book But 930 Arbors 4:00 Mr. Rogers 10:00 Rap About 430 Elec. Co. 1030 Cap. News 5:00 Sesame St. 11:00 Special 6:00 Bookshelf St. Jonah 2.KQTV 7:OOAMAntrtu 3:30 Ryan's Hopt 9:00 Sesame St. 4:00 Danl BOOM 10:00 G. Crawford 5:00 ABC News 10:30 Brady Bunch 5:30 Green Acre* 11:00 Shtweffa—6:00 News x 11:30 My CMUrt* 6:30 Truth, COM. 12:00 News 7:00 Anyt'g Got* 12:30 Makt Deal 8:00 San Fran. 1:00 Pyramid 9:00 Lady, Champ 1:30 Rhyme 10:00 News 2:00 Gen. Hosp. 1030 EntertakM't 2:30 One Lift 12:00 News, Story 3:00 Don't Say NORTHEAST MMQBCHy 3-KQLO (CBS) Amtln 6-KAAL (ABC) 6:30 Semester 7:00 CBS News 8:00 Kangaroo 9:00 Spin-Off 9:30 Price, Right 10:00 Gambit 10:30 Love of Life 11:00 Restless 11:30 Search, Tmw, 12:00 News 12:30 World Turns 1:00 GuMmg Light 1:30 Edge, Night 2:00 Match Game 2:30 Tattletales 3:00 Music. 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Co. 12:00 Off the afr 4:00 Mr. Rogers 4:30 Sesame St. 5:30 Elec. Co. 6:00 Train* 6-JORomgmir 7«> Eve., Pops •tOOTVThtattr 9:3ff Arbon 10:00 Eve. Edition 10:30 Lucky Jim 11:00 Classlt* 1Q.KROC (MiC) 6:30 Semester 3:00 MusMal Chrs. 7:00 CBS Newt 3:30 Dr. Max 8:00 Kangaroo 4:00 M. Mouse 9:00 Dinah 4:30 Bewitched 10:00 Gambit 5:00 Truth, Cons. 10:30 Love of Lift 5:30 CBS News 11:00 Restless 6:00 News 11:30 Search, Tmw. 6:30 Tell Truth 12:00 News 7:00 Waltons 12:30 World Turns 8:00 CBS Movies' 1:00 Guiding Lite 10:00 News 1:30 Edge, Night 10:30 CBS Movit 2:00 Match Game 12:00 Last Word 2 JO Tattletalts CttUr Rapids 9-KCRQ (ABC) 7:00 Romper Rm. 2:30 One Life 7:30 Morning Show 3:00 Don't Say 8:00 AM America 3:30Gilligan 9:00 M. Douglas 4:00 Mod Squad 10:00 Ryan's Hope 5:00 ABC News 10:30 Brady Bunch 5JO A/Griffith 11:00 Showoffs 6flOMtws~h 11:30 My CMWrtn 6 JO Makt Deal 1.2;Qft Mejijti • 12:30 Make DM) 8:00 San Fran. 1:00 Pyramid 9:00 Lady, Chun* 1:30 Rhyme 10:00 New* 2:00 Gen. Hosp, 10:30 Entertalnm't 7:00 Today 3:00 Somerset 9:00 Celebrity 3:30Pufnstuf 9:30 Fortune 4:00 Around Wld. 10:00 High Rollers 4:30 Dan'l Boont 10:30 Hwd. Squares 5:30 NBC News 11:00 Mag. Marble 6:00 Newt, Sets. 11:30 Jackpot 6:30 Make Deal 12:00 News ' 7:00 Ben Vereen 12:15 Virginia 8:00 NBC Movie 12:30 Our Lives 10:00 News, Spts. 1:30 Doctors 10:30 Tonight 2:00 Another Wld. 12:00 Tomorrow L«Cro««« 8-WKBT (CBS) 6:30 Semester 2:00 Mitch Gamt 7:06CBSNew* 2 JO Tattletales 8:00 Kangaroo ' 3:00 Musical Chr*. 9:OOSpin-Off 3:30 Bewitched 9:30 Price, Rhjtt__4:00 M,j»ogglu__ 10:00 Gambtt 5:30 CBS Newt 10:30 Love of Life 6:00 Newt 11:00 Restless 6:30 Truth, Cons. 11:30 Search, Tmw. 7:00 Waltons 12:00 News - 8:00 CBS Movie 12:30 WW. Turns 10:00 News 1:00 Guiding Lite 10:30 CBS Movie 1:30 Edge. Night Iowa City 12-KIIN (IEBN) 9:00 Sesame St. 10:00 Mr. Rogers -10:30 Via Alegre 11:00 Hodgepodge 11:30 Elec. Co. 12:00 Off the air 4:00 Mr. Rogers 4:30 Sesame St. 5:30 Elec. Co. 6:00 Trains 6:30 RomagnoRf 7:00 Eve., Pops 8:OOTVTheatK 9:30 Arbors 10:00 Eve. Edition 10:30 Lucky Jim 11:00 Classics ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA (AP) - Haile Selassie, the diminutive strong man who ruled Ethiopia as the "King of Kings" for 58 years before he was deposed by the military last September, is dead. The government said Selassie, 83, was found dead in his bed by a servant early Tuesday. In Washington, D.C., intelligence sources s aJ d an Addis Ababa radio broadcast reported that the former monarch died as a result of illness' affecting his prostate gland. Last May, Selassie was reported seriously ill with a prostate condition. Since he was deposed last Sept. 12, Selassie had been confined in one of his former palaces in the Ethiopian capital, and access to him had been denied to outsiders. Seen by Daughter Medical reports following his operation said he was making a normal recovery. But then there was no further word on his condition. , _ Wednesday's broadcast said that following a deterioration Tuesday, Selassie's only surviving daughter, Princess Te- nagne-Work, had been permitted,to visit him. But there apparently was no fear his death was imminent, and the former absolute monarch of 27 million people died alone. ; . Taking the throne in 1928 when he was 36, Selassie ruled for 41 of the next 46 years. Benito Mussolini's invading Italian army drove him into exile in 1936. The British Army brought him back to his throne in 1941 and he kept it until a slow-motion military coup culminated in his arrest last Sept. I 2 - The~6eaFded littlei old Ifian was held in an apartment st the Grand Palace, his former stronghold on a hilltop overlooking Addis Ababa and now the headquarters of the military, regime that overthrew him. I Last February he was reported in good health but subject to periods of mental confusion when he seemed to believe he SOUTHEAST Qnlnoy 10-WGEM (NBC) Davtnport 6-WOC (NBC) 6:10 J. LaLaiwt 2:00 Another Wld. 6:25 Zoo Revue 3:00 Somerset 7:00 Today 3:30 My Children 9:00 Celebrity 4:00 Dinah 9:30 Fortune 5:30 NBC News 10:00 High Rollers 6:00 News 10:30 Hwd. Squares 630 Treas. Hunt 11:00 Mag. Marble 7:00 Ben Vereen 1130 Jackpot 8:00 NBC Movie 12:00 Ryan's Hopt 10:00 News 12:30 Our Lives 10:30 Tonight 1:30 Doctors 12)00 Tomorrow Reek Maud) 4-WHBF (CBS) 6:30 Zoo Revue 7:00 CBS News 8:00 Kangaroo 9:00 Spin-Off 9:30 Price, Right 10:00 Gambit 1030 Love of Lift 11:00 Restless 11:30 Search, Tmw. 12:00 Fam. Affair 12:30 Wld. Turns 1:00 Guiding Lite 1:30 Edge, Night 2:00 Match Game 2:30 Tattfetales 3:00 Musical Chrs. 3:30 M. Douglas 4:30 Hogan 5:00 FNntstonts 5:30 CBS News 6:00 News 6:30 Name, Tune 7:00 Waltons 8:00 CBS Movies 10:00 News 10:45 Mod Squad 11:45 Wild West 7:00 Today 3:30 M. 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Heart 3:00 Don't Say 7:30 Quad Cities 3:30 Dinah 8:00 AM America 5:00 News 9:00 Movie 5:30 ABC News 10:30 Romper Room 6:00 Star Trek 11:00 Showoffs 7:00 Anyt'g Goes 11:30 My Children 8:00 San Fran. 12:00 Ryan's Hopt 9:00 Lady, Chan* 12:30 Makt Deal 10:00 News 1:00 Pyramid 10:30 Untouchables 1:30 Rhyme 11:30 Entertainm't 2:00 Gen. Hosp. 1:00 Dialogue 230 One Life 1:30 News Hanalhal 7-KHQA (US) 7:00 CBS News 8:00 Kangaroo 9:00 Elec. Ct. 9:30 Studio 7 10:00 Gambit 10:30 Love of Lift 11:00 Restless 2:00 Match Gamt 2:30 Tattletales 3:00 Musical Chrs. 3:30 Spin-Off 4:00 Price, Right 4:30 Bonania 5:30 CBS News ll:30*Search, Tmw. 6:00 News, Spts. 12:00 News, Mkts. 6:30 WHd Kkv> 12:15 Dateboofc 1230 Wld. TuAs 7:00 Waltons 8:00 CBS Movies 1:00 Guiding Litt 10:00 News, Spts. 130 Edge, Night 1030 CBS Movit ENERGY SERIES IS SET AT ISU The Rttltter't Iowa N*wi itrvlct AMES, IA. - The J. N. (Ding) Darling lecture series, featuring discussions on world and regional energy supply, will be inaugurated at Iowa State University this fall. The series is sponsored by the J. N. (Ding) Darling Foundation, Inc., Des Moines. The programs will be as follows: Sept. 29 — U.S. Representative Mike McCormack (Dem., Wash), Lush Auditorium, 8:30 p.m. Oct. 9 — Michael- McCloskey of San Francisco, executive director of the Sierra Club. Schem a n Continuing Education Building, 8 p.m. Oct. 21 — Charles J. diBona of Washington, D.C.,"executive vice-president of the American Petroleum Institute, Lush Auditorium, 9 p.m. Nov. 5 — Panel (tentative) to focus on energy limitation and changing life styles. Eagle Grove chief charged Tho Retister't Iowa Newt $*rvlc« EAGLE GROVE, lA.-Eagle Grove Police Chief Curt Green has been charged with assault and battery by another Eagle Grove man who says Green struck him. .Wright County Atty. Larry Ivers said the charge was filed by Tom Thielen, 22, who al- NAB ESCAPEE AT BOONE Tht R*ti»f«r'$ lowi Newi Sirvlc* BOONE, IA. - A federal prisoner, who escaped Sunday from the Story County jail at Nevada, was recaptured Wednesday in Boone. Authorities said Donovan Lee Frazier, 22, of Cherokee, who was being held on a federal bank robbery charge in the attempted holdup of Farmers Trust and Savings Bank of Earling, was captured at the leged that Green pulled him out —- flt —£»,—— r\c hie />or anH crriirlf him r _ • 22, of Boone. of his car and struck him. Ivers said the alleged incident was not in connection with the chief's police duties but "involved the chief as a Officers said they had received an anonymous tip that Frazier had been staying with private citizen." He said Thie- Jacobson. Frazier offered no re- len allegedly was "drivingisistance. around the neighborhood with a Jacobson was charged with loud muffler" when the inci-j aiding and abutting a federal dent occurred. Sprisoner's escape and was being held at the Story County jail in lieu of $3,500 bond. Story County Deputy John Myers, 31, of Nevada was suspended for 30 days for dereliction of duty in connection with Frazier's escape. Authorities said Frazier had posed as his cellmate who was due for release. New courthouse for Sac rejected Tht Rottottft lowt Ntwt ttrvtot SAC CITY, IA. - Sac County voters Tuesday rejected a proposed $425,000 bond issue to help finance a new courthouse. The proposal received a 53 per cent majority, seven per cent short of the approval needed. The vote was 1,374 in favor and 1,224 opposed. Besides fupds from the bond issue, county officials had proposed using $400,000 in federal revenue-sharing funds for 9 new courthouse. Haile Selassie, Ethiopia's 'King of Kings/ dies at 83 Halle Selassie Conquering Lion o/ Judah was sun on the throne. In March, the leftist military government abolished the 3,000- year-old monarchy. Known—as—the—Conquering Lion of Judah, Elect of. God and King of Kings, the emperor began his long reign as a re- former. He built schools, roads and hospitals in a land where public hangings and slavery had been common and where landlords kept private armies." Statesman ' A globe-trotting statesman, he helped settle many African disputes and was instrumental in creating the Organization of African Unity in 1963. Even in the latter part of his reign he, succeeded in obtaining assistance from other nations. Italy and Yugoslavia built dams. The United States built the airport at Addis Ababa and supplied the armed forces with equipment. The Soviet Union built a polytechnic institute and Chinese agronomists surveyed the country. But age and tradition prevented him from keeping pace with Ethiopia's intellectuals and technocrats. The-countryy whose proudest tojast was that it never had been colonized, stayed behind when newly independent Africa began modernizing itself in the 1960s. , Ironically, Selassie himself ordered the changes that eventually led to his downfall. H e appeared increasingly lonely during the years before his downfall in 1974 and showed at the emperor's power and public support. Bloody War In Eritrea, Ethiopia's northernmost province, guerrillas were waging a bloody war for independence. In neighboring Somalia, a propaganda and dip- lomatlc campaign was intensifying for the take-over of southeastern Ethiopia. The old man — condemned as an exploiter who secretly sent billions of dollars to private bank accounts abroad — didn't seem to understand the change that was taking place. His final ignominy was in sharp contrast to his first great crisis, when he jolted the conscience of the world in what may have been the beginning of the end for the League of Nations, the predecessor to the United Nations. Italian troops Invaded Ethiopia in 1936 and reached Addis Ababa. Selassie sought help from the league in June of 1936. He got scant courtesy and little sympathy. The descendant of King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba was not even met at the station when he arrived in Geneva, the eague's headquarters. At first :he organization refused to hear lim. Finally he was permitted to appeal to the league's Assembly. It had voted to apply economic sanctions against Italy or its aggression, but it was too late. When the League" more anectn tabs and chihuahuas .than for his human entourage. Drought had taken more than 100,000 lives in Ethiopia by February, 1974, when the armed forces mutinied for pay raises and then began nibbling away eventually admitted its failure and called off the sanctions, Selassie pronounced what many persons now believe was thft organization's death knell. Selassie was born Prince Ta- fari Makonnen on July 23, 1892, a member of the Ethiopian royal family but not in the direct line of succession to the throne. With the support of tribal barons he had himself proclaimed king in 1928 when there was friction between opposing factions of the royal family. He was crowned emperor on Nov. 3, 1930, 325th in the line from the Queen of Sheba, and took the name Haile Selassie, which means "the instrument and power of the Trinity.' Newsmen to retire SEATTLE, WASH. (AP) Henry MacLeod, newsman for the Seattle Times since 1932 and the newspaper's managing editor since 1960, will retire Oct. 10. READIR& ADVISOR alto HoroMopt Reading! 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