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6 / DES MOINES REGISTER • Fri,, Aug. 29, 1975 OFFER TO GIVE UP CHILDREN; NOT INTEGRATE DURHAM, N.C. (AP) Some parents are offering to give up legal custody of their children rather than submit to a court-ordered pupil assignment plan to integrate Durham city schools, a Juvenile Court official said Thursday. The reason for the custody switch to friends and relatives living in adjacent Durham County, said Fred Elkins, the county court's chief counselor, is to make the children eligible to attend county schools. 25 Black City school enrollment last year was 73 per cent black and 27 per cent white, but concentrated in separate school districts which are overwhelmingly cither black or white. The county school population is only about 25 per cent black. But a federal court recently banned geographical assignment in the city system and ordered pupils to be assigned this fall in a way that would result in each school having a ratio of black and white pupils within 10 per cent of the citywide racial balance. Elkins said current requests for a change in custody, as many as four a day. are up sharply over previous years. "Almost without fail, people making the inquiries said they cannot get the children .into school unless they have legal custody," he said. Chief District Judge Lawson Moore is ordering careful screening of each case. "A child must be delinquent, undisciplined, neglected or dependent ' to the person requesting custody before a change of custody can be made. A juvenile court cannot change legal custody of children for the convenience of the parents," he said. Two-thirds Legitimate Jaspar Tharrington, court intake counselor, says two-thirds of the requests are legitimate. Sid Ray. administrative assistant to the county school superintendent, said he has been referring people to juvenile court, telling them that children who attend the~county schools must live in the county school district with a parent or someone who has legal custody. "It's up to the court to decide who is eligible and who is not," Ray said. "Unless the child is living with a parent or a legal MGIST6R PHOTO BY FRANK FOLWELU f guardian, we can't deal him." with $104,630 HEW grant to ISU Sptciil Dispckh to Tht Register WASHINGTON, D.C. $104,630 grant has been awarded to Iowa State University at Ames, la., for research into ways to improve vocational education at all levels, the U.S. Department of Health, Educa tion and Welfare (HEW) an nounced Thursday. The grant was among $7.5 million in awards made by HEW's Office of Education. A couple of old-timers at the reunion Loy Hammond, 73, of Darlington, Mo., chats with four youngsters perched on the rear of an old Case steam engine at the Old Settlers and Threshers Reunion at Mount Pleas- ant Thursday. The boys are, from left: Tony Burden, 11; Jeff Strceter, 8; Brian Welch, 10, and Ted Lampe, 12, all of Mount Pleasant. The twenty-sixth annual reunion runs through Monday. Astronomers excited over X-ray eruption in sky CAMBRIDGE, MASS. (AP) — Astronomers have been excited for the past month about an unusual, intense eruption of X-rays from a point in the sky. Now they've found out that ,he brilliant outburst is an encore to a performance 58 years ago. Astronomers say the source of the X-rays is a star, or two stars in close orbit, relatively near the earth in our galaxy, lelatively near means several thousand light years away. Discovered in August vard be searched for past flare- ups. Similar Outburst The search revealed that the" same object had a similar outburst of visible light in 1917. Dr. Rappaport says he thinks he new X-ray source is two stars, probably a regular one and a neutron star. A neutron tar is one so dense and with gravity so strong that the atoms in its center are crushed. The MIT scientist . says the neutron star's gravity could be pulling matter out of the regu- The X-ray source, now the brightest of its kind in the sky, was discovered in early August by the British satellite Ariel-5. The United States' X-ray astronomy satellite SAS-3 soon confirmed the discovery and precisely located the source. Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University used instrument studies and some historical sleuthing to discover that the object also flared up in 1917. The star believed to be the source of the X-rays was first sighted visually in mid-August by Dartmouth College astronomers using the McGraw-Hill Observatory in Kitt Peak, Ariz. The scientists noted that its visible radiation increased a thousandfold in a short time, so Dr. Saul A. Rappaport at MIT suggested that historical records of the sky kept at Har- THEATER CLOCK CHARLIE'S SHOWPLACE: The Star- Spangled Girl — 6:30. CAPRI: Love and Death — 8:30. Sleeper — 7, 10. F1EUR 1: Monty Python — 7:15, 9:15. FLEUR 2: Walkimj Tall Part I! — 7, 9:30. FLEUR 3: Jaws — 7:30, 9:45. FLEUR 4; Undercover* Hero — 7:15, 9:15. GALAXY: The Dragon Flies — 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. INGERSOLL: Groove Tube — 7, 9. PLAZA: The Apple Dumpling Gang — 1, 3, 5, 7, 9. RIVER HILLS: Rollerball — 7:15, 9:30. RIVIERA: Nashville — 7, 9:45. SIERRA 1: Undercover Hero — 7:15, 9. SIERRA 2: White Line Fever — 7:45, 9:30. SIERRA 3: Other Side of the Mountain — 7:30, 9:20. VARSITY: Animal Crackers — 7:45, 10:45. You Can't Cheat an Honest Man — 6:30, 9:30. WAKONDA: Devil's Rain — 7:30, 9:25. CINEMA I: The Apple Dumpling Gang — 1, 3:05, 5:10, 7:15, 9:20. CINEMA II: Drowning Pool — 1:30 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30. FORUM 1; Walking Tall Part II 7:30, 9:30. FORUM II: Jaws — 7:35, 9:50. FORUM III: Monty Python — 8, 9:40. FORUM IV: The Sting — 7:15, 9:45. PIONEER DRIVE-IN: While Line Fever — 8:30. Aloha Bobby and Rose — 10:10. HOLIDAY: Funny Lady — 7:15, 9:30. MINI-EAST: Shows 8 a.m. to midnight. MINI-X: Shows 8 a.m. to midnight. CINEMA HI: Shows 11 to 11. STUDIO HI: Shows 11 to 11. STARLITE DRIVE-IN: Cartoons — 8:15. 14 and Under — 8:30, 1 a.m Mrs. Barrington — 11:35. Teen-Age Milkmaids — 10:10. THEATRE 1536: Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore — 9:10. Summer ol '42 — 7:30. S.E. 14TH DRIVE-IN: Cartoons — 8:15. Cover Girl Models — 8:30 Room-mates — 11:40. Sympathy for the Devil — 1:15 a.m. CAPITOL DRIVE-IN: Cartoons — 8:15 Dragon Flies — 8:30, 1:50 a.m. (one liour). Last American Hero — 10:30 a.m. WEST-VUE DRIVE-IN: Cartoons — 8:15. Devil's Rain — 8:30. Dark Star — 10. West World — 11.40. PLANTATION DRIVE-IN: Closed becaus of flooding. ar star. In such a case, matter spiraling onto the neutron star would heat up enough to emit bursts of X-rays and visible light. These explosive outbursts cool the neutron star, and it could take years before enough SHOW SEATS RESERVED THRESHER Continued from Page One Dolly Parton and the Travelin' Family Band, Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart and the Collins Sisters performing at 5:30 p.m. and 9 p.m. The country music shows continue Saturday with Sonny James and the Southern Gentlemen, Jean Shepard and the Second Fiddles, and the Bluegrass Radio Flyers at 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. performances. Featured Sunday will be the Bill Anderson Show, with Mary Lnu Turner, Jimmy-Gately -and Hepatitis eases up PORTLAND, ORE. (AP) The number of confirmed or uspected cases of hepatitis among employes and patrons o: wo Portland restaurants limbed from 32 to 46 Thursday and authorities continued in noculations in an effort to pre vent a possible epidemic. the Po' Boys, plus the Bluegrass Radio Flyers at 3:30 p.m. and G p.m. All seats are reserved and tickets are $3 each. Musical comedies and melodramas will be presented daily by the Dale Easton Players of Topeka, Kan. heat build up< to set off more Tne st eam engines are fired * • . • • * • explosions. This could account for the periods when the sky source isn't noticeable, Rappaport theorizes. Scientists study X-ray stars as pieces in the puzzle on how the universe works, part of the effort to find out how it all began and where it will end. Armed robbery at D.M. drive-in Henry's drive-in restaurant at 2806 Sixth Ave. was robbed of an undetermined amount of money about 7:55 p.m. Thursday, police said. A man armed with a revolver entered the restaurant and shoved the gun into the stomach of Pat Cleghorn, 24, police said. The robber, who had at least one other armed accomplice, ordered the four employes and one customer into the rear of the building. The robbers then took the personal money of the five as I well as currency from the cash) register, police said. up by mid-morning each day and visitors can see them powering a grain separator, a sawmill, sorghum mill, veneer mill and shingle mill. Throughout the festival site each day are craftsmen demonstrating rope making, grain milling, weaving, canning, soap making, quilting, needlework, wood carving, spinning and glass blowing. There will be nightly square dancing, both modern and hoedown. A fiddlers contest will be Saturday night, a checker tournament Saturday and Sunday and a horse-pulling contest Monday night. What is described aptly as t h e "cavalcade of power' moves in front of the grandstand daily. This is the parade of the huffing and puffing steam engines, tractors and an tique cars. Turban protection © Attnce Franc«-Prt»i» LONDON, ENGLAND - Two former British army generals in India testified in a British court Thursday that a turban was a better protection against injury than a crash helmet. MICHAEL'S Restaurant & Lounge You'll low« Our R«olBak«d lasagna • Italian Cuisln* • Oil •ring Pin* Wines SPKJACUIAR DUO SERVICE GIRLS TOM'S YOUNG LOVIB" ~ ' »«lcomi T^VJl OFAGI »• 2^ ^^F V 14 3.24H -- Op«t'i A.M. Y^ MINI EAST 418E. Locujt • XXX 1 iUMMCKlUN" ••UPSflVICI" P. J. Brennan's Des Moines Vol.1 SPECIAL EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT!• PRIME RIB $095 SPECIAL FOR TWO 9 IncludM your M!*Clion ol * wld» virlily «l ultdl from lr«n- ntn't il*nt ultd b*r. HilMllr* •( win*, lull tl.OO (sin. featuring Prime Rib daily—Lunch & Dinner LA, MAYOR CRITICIZES GOVERNOR LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (AP) — Mayor Tom Bradley contended Thursday that Police Chief Ed Davis and Gov. Ed- rnund (Jerry) Brown, jr., ruined Los Angeles' chances for he 1976 Democratic .National Convention- The mayor verbally danced iround, stopping short of plac- ftg the absolute blame on the outspoken chief and maverick Democratic governor for the oss of the convention. The mayor said the convention would have brought $20 million of business to his city. New York Chosen New York City won the 11-9 vote Wednesday by the Demo cratic site selection committee. The mayor said repeatedly — specifically mentioning Davis and Brown by name — that "the chief and the governor" had been 'problems" in the minds of the site selection delegates. Committee members and oth er Democratic party officials said they felt they got a cold shoulder from Brown and feared Davis would possibly "overreact" in case of demonstrations during the convention. "Delegates Concerned" "Some delegates were con cerned over the chief's intemperate remarks" in the past the mayor said, adding that he himself considered groundless any worries that Los Angeles would be an unsafe city. In Sacramento, Brown said that he was disappointed by the choice of New York. Brown said, "Mayor Tom Bradley and others did an excellent job in presenting the case for California." At his news conference 'hursday, Bradley cited no il- ustrations of past Davis remarks that may have disturbed he Democrats, but some of the olice chief's cdntroversial tands have been on women's Deration, gun control and air- raft hijackers. Means trill SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) New York attorney William ainstler may defend American ndian Movement leader Rusell Means in Means' approach- ng trial in Sioux Falls, sources lose to the trial said Thursday. 2ND BIG WEEK! "KINKY, DIVERSIONARY. DEBAUCHED BRIGITTE MAIER IS A GORGEOUS GIRL I" MGoKJlltin PENTHOUSE COVER GIRL BRIGITrc MAIER IN L GOOD SEATS COME IARLY ONLY MATURE ADULTS XXX [-PLUS- ON THE SAME PROGRAM 'You gotta see it to believe it I" - JOE RENO. Croitc Cinema •ulfillment THE ULTIMATE TRIP IN EXPLICIT EROTICISM! I (JOHNNY WAOD) HOLMES SHARON YORK LATE SHOW FRI-SAT AT 11 pm-DAILY 11 am-11 pm LADIES ALWAYS WELCOME CINEMA 3 PLAYBOY was lhara while ILLUSIONS NO COF OUT AS A CORNUCOPIA OF FORIIDOEN THEATRE ACAOIMY AWARD WINNER IEST ACTRESS ELLEN IURSTYN and KRIS KRISTOFFERSON "ALICE DOESN'T LIVE HERE ANYMORE" ONCE AT 9; 10 plus JENNIFER O'NEILL "SUMMER OF '42" ONCE AT 7:30 NIGHT! rDOLBLE BUBBLE A COCKTAIL HOUR Serving Luncheon with P. J. Brcnnan's famous sahul li.ir v I I :.W-r>:00 , OPEN DAILY 11:30 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. 4800 Merle Hay Rd. Phone 278-5236 Banquet I Meeting Rooms Seating 10 to 800 STREISAND C4AN ft**'tvt*ffffff*f***M*f«t MAKt tt»»ttfft»ftt?ttft»tft»?? 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