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4P Nwthwwl Arkflnwt TIMBS, Sun., April 28, 1974 _f*V«TTlyitt|. ARKANSAS ' ' ·* f- Political Prisoners Said Held Without Trial In Indonesia By CiEORQE BBIA *nd _GENE KRAMER UNITED NATIONS. N.Y (AP) -*· Marcos Arrutja says he WM on hts way to meet a gir friend: for lunch in Sao Paulo Brill), when hs was arreslec on th'«tr*t)t and taken to a tor lure chifnber where police had ·Iready worked over his date, More than 50,000 politica prisoners art resorted hel without trial in Indonesia, nine years after the abortive 19B5 coup. Four girls of Persian origin s6y they wire forced, under rifles~of tro«ps. to marry offi cials of Zanzibar's Revolution ary Coancii. In Northern Ireland, Thorrias Sinclair says British soldiers kicked him to the floor dragged him by his hair anc hungrhim by his thumbs unti' b? fainter}. Such complaints are gathering dust in the files of the U.N Human eights Commission, a You never outgrow your need ENDS TONITE OH! BROTHER Open «:«S ^jii T »»- ·' ^JP iur. MM ··«w«t»i«"*i : f..m. nUENCWMAJN ·WKKTRXDrORD THE WINNER OF SEVEN ACADEMY AWARDS Including Best Picture OM n ·tn» NOW SHOWING AT 5JALCO I AND II (PG/ Sun. -Turs. 7:15-7:45 Ftl.- Sat. 7:00-8:20-0:40 Sun. Mat. 2:00 gone I/ the romance , that UUQ//O divine: f^WttfiJtrt-ii AJflCKCLflVTOnflUTl fTllfl ^DFORD FRRROUU rue GRflT GflT/GV Open 7:H ·un.-Trtursv 7:4S fr\. « *l. 7:00-lrM Ann. M*t. 2 p^m. ENDS THURSDAY "THE EXORCIST" " Winrwr 2 Academy Awards Fcaiur* 7:34 p.m. GEORGE C. SCOTT in "Film Flam Man" Open 7 p.m. Frttur* 7:M p.m. FANTASTIC PLANET 32-nution agency once presll- giously headed by E l e a n o r Roosevelt. Created In 1946 .in revulsion at the horrors ot World War II, the commission is today a target of growing criticism for failure to speak out against atrocities in many parts of the world. Two former U.S. delegates to the commission say (he State Department silenced them when U.S. allies were Involved. A House of Representatives subcommittee says Washington has "disregarded human rights to the sake of other assumed interests." PUSSYFOOT SESSION In March, the. commission finished a winter session asssll' ed by critics as typical pussyfooting. The group voted its perennial condemnation o( South Afrleun, RtiorleMnn and Portuguese policies toward blacks, and Israeli treatment c^ Palestinians, but Ignored the big human rights Issue then in the news -- banishment fro»i his homeland of-Soviet writer Alexander Solzhenltsyn. Worse, in the eyes Of critics, wns the failure of the commission to take up eight documented files laid before it by a Pryor Names New Area Coordinator Fayetteville attorney Rjchard P. (Rick) Osborne, 27. has been narned by David Pryor, Democratic gubernatorial candidate, as area coordinator for the Pryor campaign in 12 Northwest Arkansas counties. Osborne will coordinate all activities for Pryor in Baxter, Benton, Boone, Carroll, Fulton, [ z a r d , Madison, Marion. Newton, Searcy, Stone and Washington Counties. O s b o r n e was born in Vjorrillon and is a native of Russellville. He holds a bach* elor's degrea in accounting from Arkansas Tech and has a law degree from the University of Arkansas. Osborne is a member of the Washington County, Arkansas and American bar associations. While attending undergraduate school at Arkansas tech, he was news director at KARV radio station in Russellville. He is currently a member of the J a y c e e s in Fayetteville. Osborne is married to the ormer Mary Stone of Harrison. They have one son, Pierce, 8. Bumpers Endorsed HOT SPRINGS. Ark. (AP) -The political arpi of the United jtecUVorkers of Arkansas voted Saturday to endorse Gov. Dale Jumpers in his race for the U.S. Senate. Bumpers is opposing incumbent J. W. Fulbright for ':he Democratic senatorial nom- nation. The union's Political Lagisla- Ive Committee made the endorsement. The unibft has 27 locals throughout the state, representing about 7,000 rnemfters. Pewcy Styles, chairman of he Committee, said the endorsement was wade without outside influence from the state or national AFL-CIO. The AFVCIO's Committee on D plltlcal Education met at Hot Springs last week, but failed to mdose either Bumpers or Fulbright. At The Library NOW SHOWING "SERPICO" 8iOS Many o» Ms fetow officers considered him the most dangerous m»n allve-ati honest cop. STRAIGHT FROM THE PAGES OF THE BESTSELLER . . . ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEE BEST ACTOR AL RACING "SBRPICO" COW 6y TECWWCOtOfl- A Pa-smouM (V«,,« -- PLUS -ROBERT MITCHUM "The Friends Of Eddie Coyle LATE BONUS Lee Marvin "PRIME CUT" " "All grbwnups were once children, though few of them remember it."--Antolnic cle Saine-Exupery. "The LitUe Prince." There is an in-between country of books for children who are striving to find thorn 1 selves as adults; conversely, it contains many enchanting and exciting moments for adults who would like to remember the joys and pains of their middle years. Some, like "The Little Prince" or "Wind in the Willows." are familiar classics. This week's notice is meant to introduce you to some less known but equally deserving titles. This year's New. her y winner is "The Slave Dancer," 1 chronicle ot the slave ship Moonlight and a boy's courage in the dreadful Middle Passage. A superior historical novel. CONTEMPORARY teenagetrs a n d their problems are presented realistically in "If I Love You. Am I Trapped Forever?" by M- E. Kerr, who explores small-town anti-Semitism, love and the dating game, and the dangers of pseudo soph! si tic at ion anpng a -high school senior class. · Likewise, "Ox, a Kid at the Top" takes a penetrating look at the inner turmoil of a boy Outsider? assume has everything going for him. The. splendid TV presentation of "Ijittle House on the Prairie" should increase the already large circle of Laura Ingalls Wilder fans. If you'd iike to know more of the songs her father played on his fidd!£. the ' ' L a u r a Ingalls Wilder Songbook" is a fine sampling from frontier America's music. Two stories of couraee from World War II, "Dawn Of Fear" and 'The Crystal Ntghlc." are laid respectively in England and America. In the latter, th.e Joseph family, refugees from Germany, try to adjust to life with unknown relatives during Deoression times. FANTASY is no respestor of age, a n d Andre Norton's fine science fiction books seem to be distributed indifferently between adult and junior fiction. Certainly. "The Crystal Gryphon" is a tale of high kings and sorcery for all. Likewise, William Mayne's "Earthfasts" revisits Arthurian legend, an NOW SHOWING Children Under 12 Free WALTDISNi productions' -- PLUS -'THAT DARN CAT" NORTH 2325 N. College SMORGASBORD ALL THE PIZZA and SALAD You Can qt MONDAY 5 p.m. io 8 p.m. BRING THE KIDS Only lOc Per Year of Age ever fascinating world, with a special time travel twist. Lynd Ward's wordless novels in pictures are classics that now include "The Silver Pony," in which a farm boy rides his special Pegasus to adventure and wisdom. "Cathedral, the Story of Its Construction" (a Caldecott Honor book) will tell you more than a dozen heavy books about the science of building, and with more 'pictures. Indeed, illustration of J nonfiction books in many cases outstrips all but expansive art books, and may be just what you need to ex- plalp a difficult subject when the words in an adult book don't put it across. "WILD BOBCATS" Is a fine photo essay, one of a series from Ranger Rick magazine, whose quality rivals its parent publication, National Wildlife. And if you're traveling this summer, the "Enchantment of America" series presents each slate with a maximum of concentrated information and color and black and white drawings. The Ozark Camera Club presents its third anfsual salon through April 2 7 in the Reference section of the library, with color and monochrome prints, covering nature, photo journalism, scenic and Other subjects. subcommlsslou that found In ciications of "a consistent pal- lorn of gross violations" of human rights. The eight countries Involves were Brazil, Northern Ireland, Indonesia, Burundi, Iran, Guyana, Tanzania and Portugal. "We are subjected to one bu reaucratlc procedure after another, each prolonging prisoners' suffering," says Amy Augustus, a 3ff.year-olci Philadelphian who heads the U.S. section of Amnesty International, a non - governmental organization that investigates mistreatment of political prisoners around the world- But Miss Augustus adds that sometimes quiet diplomacy Is performed at the very highest levels" of the U.N. Secretariat on behalf of political prisoners. Some of the most graphic accusations ot torture appear in the Brazilian file. Amnesty International named 472 Brazilian guards, soldiers and policemen as torturers in 1.081 cases such Kevin Campaigns LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Mrs. David Stewart ot Danville told a group of Democrats Saturday about her 4-year-old son's involvement in her husband's campaign for the Democratic nomination for Congress in the 3rd District. "Kevin was very busy, shaking hands, passing out cards and asking people to vote for his daddy -- David Stewart for Congress," Mrs. Stewart, an elementary school teacher, said. "A gentleman shook hands with Kevin, listened to him and then asked Kevin if he knew where Congress was. Kevin looked back very seriously and thought for a moment and then replied, 'I don't know, but my daddy does.'" Mrs. Stewart was addressing the annual stale convention of the Young Democratic Clubs of Arkansas on behalf of her husband. as those o( Marcos Arruda, n young geologist, and his lunch date, Marlcno Soccas. SEIZED IN 1970 They were arrested In 1970 during an investigation of subversive organizations. On Ihe first afternoon, "electric shocks and beatings continued for several hours, Arruda said in a letter to Pope Paul V! that Is part of the file. "It vvis beginning to get dark when I practically lost consciousness." Like many of the Brazilian victims, Arruda said he wns tortured in the "pau de arara" -- parrot perch -- position, wrists and ankles lashed together and naked body suspended from an iron bar at the knees, as electric shocks, bent- Ing and other abuse was administered. Amnesty International said Arruda war finally released and is now studying In Washington, D.C., while Miss Soccas was last reported in Brazil's Tlradanles prison. Brazilian officials do not comment publicly about torture, even when church groups or defense lawyers bring up the subject. Judges at political trials strike allegations of torture from trial records as "not relevant." But several top officials concede privately that there have been abuses -- like on any police force," and contend much has been done to stop them. Some close followers ot human rights affairs said the failure of the commission to take up such matters^ was scandalous, "i LIKE RUSSIA "We play the game somewhat as the Russians play the game," Morris Abrartl, U.S. delegate to the . commission m^*mi^^*tfmm*mmmmmm^mm ARKANSAS INSTRUMENT TV RADIO SERVICE Fr« Pickup a Dallverj "Color SptcloliiU" 443-5532 or 42-»358 »l«r«« Miilpmint it lJ-30% Mf. Call or fn* ettilti. from 1065 to 11)08. told « reporl-i or. "If n country Is youi friend or allied with you., .wo don't lower the boom." Ho said ho onco put In u resolution to study reports of human rights violations In Greece and Haiti but the "State Department apparatus descended on me because Greece WHS our NATO ally.. .All hell broke loose and I had to withdraw the resolution." "What we ought to do Is to isolate the question of human, rights from these other concerns and speak about them loud and clear." said Abram, who was president of Brandeis University for a while after ho left the commission. He says the spotlight of public condemnation had enormous effect on such nations as the Soviet Union. New York lawyer Rita Hau- sor, who served on the commission from 1869 to 1972, agreed. In contrast to political Issues where quiet diplomacy is usel, she said, publicity on human I'ljihls cun help correct violations. Two oxamplos whero publicity helped, she add«. were In gaining roleaso of U.S. prisoners in Vietnam and Improving treatment of Sovlot Jews. Rep. Donald M. Fraser, D,- Mlnn., who heads a House subcommittee Investigating human rights in the world, told a reporter. "I think hurrtan rights has dropped to th« basement door as far as U.S. policy is concerned those days." His subcommittee Issued a report lust month urging the Stale Department to correct this and to push for creating the post of U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights. The proposal has Ions been stalled by Soviet opposition. U.N. Secretary-General Kurt Waldhelm has repeatedly expressed concern about the weakness of 1 U.N. machinery On human rights. In his latest report to the membership, he called the, situation "an area where the credibility of the United Nations Is at stake." THE HUT DELIVERS!. CALL 521*3011 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. ror a DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulto, Channel 2 IChiniHl 8 en »blo [n FiyrttwIIU) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulso, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburgh, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulso, Channel 8 iChinns! 4 on cable In Fjyettevllrt) KOED-TV(ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KOOE, Joplin, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 (Channel * MI cabin In Fsy«tt*vill«) CABLE TELEVISION NBC-CBS-ABC etv 9 CH, TV Time -- Weather -- Music 9 Channels -- FM Radio, All on "The Cable" WARNER CABLE of Faye'teville Phone 521-7730 MOVIES ON W Sunday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 5-8-lS -- "Murphy's-War" (1971) Peter OToole, Slan Phillips, Phllllppe Noiret 10:30 p.m. Ch. 2 - "the Blazing Forest" (1952) John Wayne, Suian Morrow, Agnes Moorehegp 1 10:30 p.m. Ch. 8 - "Ropture" (1965) Dean Stockwell 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 - "All Hands on Dack" (1961) Pot Boone, Buddy Hackett, Dennle O'Keefe 11:00 p.m. Ch. 3 -^ "The Bridges At To|p,Ri" (1934) Frederic March, William Holden, Grace Kelly AUTO INSURANCE · $50,000 LUbUlty * $2,000 Medical · Uninsured Motorist · 5 Year Renewable Guarantee Safe- $1 C £»f Quarter Drivers XOiOU Premium MeCARTN EY-FAUCETTE PlMli* 12-2135 2HO N. eOLLIQI Monday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-7 -· "Limbo" (1972) Kate Johnson, (Catherine Justice, Stuart Margolin 8.00 p.m. Cr. 5-8-12 -- "QB VII" (1972) ,~~ Bsn Garza ra, Leslie Caron, Anthony Hopkins 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 - '/The 39 Steps" (1935) Madeleine Carroll, Robert Donat 1974 COLOR TV NOW~AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound K33 N. College 442-85T5 GET OUT OF TOWN prlv* out to Hickory Creek Rcc. Area ifld dine it THE BARN 264 East Off Hwy. 71 ftttjki ind shrimp, homemade cinnamon roll*, rallihei, and salads. Family style fish fry Friday, Bflr BQ Ribt Saturday. Open 5-10 p.m. Sat* and Sun. 12 noon-10 p.m. Closed Man, and Tuei, Com* «* UK at beautiful Boaver Lake, SUNDAY MORNING * 6:00 Party Line Across the Fence * 6:30 Today's World Across the Fence ,, Sacred Heart .....; .. * 6:45 - WHh This Ring Pas to rs S tud y Davcy and GoViaIn ...,,,.. * 7:00 Outreach Music ani the Spakcn Word Kid Power . . . . . Gospel Singing Jubilee Faith lor Today Amazing firace «. * Voice of Victory ........Y.'.V.V.' 5 w v i 3 0 -Voice or Victory .... · This is the Life ... " o Odrtionda .. , i, Thy Kingdom Come".'.'.'".'.'."3 5 Encounter . , «« * 8:00 Ie Revival Fires .. , Herald of Truth ' '" Bailey's Cornela ....'.".',,... u Tutsn Youth Forum 5 Day o f Discovery ' 3 T 8:15 -Hymns of Inspiration 7 Cod Squad 7 Amazing Chan 16 Billy James Hargll 2 Herald ol Truth 3 Oral Roberts 5. 6 * 3:00 -Evangelistic Temjile 8 Gospel of Christ ..'.'..'.'..'.'.. 16 Let The Bible Speak 3 Herald Of Truth 7 Hex Humbard s 6 * 9:30 Film 1« Kathryn Kuhlman 8 VI»16n On ." 12 Day of Discovery 7 Oral Rohirt* 3 * 10:00 Faith for Today i Billy James Hargli 6 Call the Docibr 1 fi. R. PufnMuf 12 Revival Flroa 18 Jerry Falwell 3 Oral Roberta 7 Day ol Discovery 3 * 10:30 KIWI Reports Hour of Power M a k e A Wish '. 12 To Re Announced 7 Jimmy Swaggart s Bookshelf 6 * 11:00 - Olher People. Other Place* 1 Wcbbor'a World 1 C'-.lrch Service 3. J. 8, 12, 18 * 11:30 Church Service 8 Meet the Prcsi 2, 7 * 12:00 SMS Panorama 3 CBS Sport* Spectacular ..... 6. 18 Direction* g Craris or Katy 12 Wrestling 7 Evnnjel Terrtpia 5 SUNDAY AFTERNOON * 12:30 - I4yu«fl and Answers .......... it 12 Meet tho Pre»i 3 Flahing with lh« Pro* 5 * 1:00 Wagon Train 7 Qgest for Adventure 5 galaxy 74 ft Science of Hitting 12 Stanley Cup Play-Of( ; 2, 3 Galaxy '7! s' * 1:30 - NBA Pluy-off s I« American Sportsmnn s, t, 12 * Siit V»lley ... ........... *, 2:15 - Ilowird Costll'i Sport* Magazine * 2:30 Owen Wlngrave n World Invitational Tennis Classic S, 8, 12 * 3:00 Happy Jack and Helen 7 * 3:30 Tournament of Champions 5, 8. 1? Invisible Americana 3 World Championship 2 7 * 4:00 Fishing with the Proa « CBS Eye on Sports 10 Film 3 * 4:30 - Fjce tho Nation 6 Behind the Lines 11 Music Place IS Oiarhft Outdoor* 3 * 5:00 Championship Flahlng 80 Minute* * 5:JO - 6. IS National 'Geographic . c:hampion«hlp Fishing Candid Cnmpus . . . . , , Sporlnman '. Lawrence Wnlk SUNIlAY KVENING * «:M Wild Kingdom Oklahoma Forum 3, Zoom FBI ' 8 12 WorM of Disney J 3, s, 7 Nova . n Apple'a Wny 8 16 * 7:30 M c M i l l a n and Wlf« 1, % 7 Movie 5, ». |2 Mannlx .. 8, t Devout Young .. 11 * « : « » - Mastcrnicco Tljealra 11 * 8:30 D a r n a b y Jone* 8 16 * 9:00 Firing Mne !1 Trlvelln' 2 Focus 30 ^ Wild Science 7 * 8:JO Wild Kingdom 3 Happy D,iys f, k Conversation With 0 Bobby Ooldahoro u Fishing wllh tlio Pro* ,. II! * 10:00 New* J. I. 1. I, 7, ». It, 14 * .0:« - * 8:30 Thy Kingdom Corn* g Coffee Break News * 11:00 Jackpot BUY YOUR CARPET DIRECT FROM THE LOCAL PEOPLE THAT MAKE IT. WHERE YOU GET THE BEST AND SAVE THE MOST. Lawrence Carpet Mills, Inc. HIGHWAY 68 WEST 751-7881 SPRINGDALE, ARK. 12 Movie ....... Owen Ivfarshall High Chaparral '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.','.'.". B johnny Carson ........ ........ 7 Police Surgeon ........... .... 3 Championship Fishing .......... ' 12 *· 1 1:00 Movie ____ . ................. . 3 ·A- 11:30- Soclal Security ................ s * 12:00 Sacred Heart .................... 2 * 12:30 -News ...... , ........ . ............ 12 MOMMY MORNING * 6:25 Moment! of Meditation ......... » * 6:30 - 9MS Forum . .......... .... » Garner Ted Armstrong .......... a * 6:35 Inspiration ...................... 2 * 6:40 News . . , . . · . , .................. 2 * 6:43 News ........................... 12 * G:50 - Ltglit cf Lire .................. e Today n Agriculture ......... 7 * G:55 Harvest Time Tabernacle ...... , 5 Project ......... ................. e ·*· 7:00 CBS News .................... I. 1« Coui try Muslo .... -- ..... ft Todcy ...... Tlmmy and Lassie * 7:J» Cartoon* ....................... 12 * S:0» Carloon Circus 6. Captain Kangaroo . . 8«»m« Street * 8:30 Oklahoma: Monday ......... ,,, * 9:00 - ri'n Your BU _ t A.M ......................... I Jokers WtM .................... li Dinah Shore .............. t, t, 7 . 11 Bfiflma nlreet Movlt .......... . * «:S» Gambit ................ Jeopirdy ...... . ....... Love, American Style .. . .. 2, e. 7 * 10:00 Now Von fite It Wizard Of Odds ... All My Children ... * 10:19 - IJrnrfy nunch Lov« Ol I,if» Hollywood Squirt* * 10:55 - 6, !« 2, 3, t 7 *, 19 «, 1« J. J. i. 7 3 5 7 Mike_ Douglas"."/.',".'.'.'.'.'.'.'. '2 6, 16 I. 12 The Young and tlesllws Password * 11:30 Celebrity Sweepstakes ..... 3. 5 7 Search tor Tomorrow ..... 6, '16 Spilt Second . .. ..... 8. 12 * 11:55 News . . ............ 3, s "J MONDAY AFTERNOON Religious Town Hall ............ 2 * 12:00 News ......... 2, «, 7, U. 18 Phil Donahue Tabletalk All My Children * 12:15 - Lcavo It To Carol * 12:JO Three on a Match Lei's Make n Deal An The World Turns Melody Matinee * 1:00 - 2. 3 5. «, 12 6. lo ... J 6. 7 Dayj ol Our Liven .... t. 3. t 1 Quid ng Light 6. 16 Nowlyweil Oame 8 12 * 1:30 -Doctors 2, 3 6, 7 Qlrl In My Lllc 8 12 Edgo of .Jlght 8, 18 * 2:00 Price Is Right «. 18 Another World 2 3 s, 1 General Hospital 8. 12 * 2:30 Maich G»m« 8. 18 How To Survive A Marriage 2, 3. 5. 1 One Lift To Live 1, n . 8, Id .'.'.'.',' 12 11 », 5, I 8 A '.'.'.'.'. II :::::·i! I Dream of JeannU ..... M«rv Griffin rionanza . ., Sesame Street 4:30 Lucy Show Bonanza Beverly Hillbillies Green Acres . . . . . . . . f t * 5:00 To Tell Th6 Trulh News ........... .... Andy anmib Truth or Consequences Mister Rogers ... World neport ............ * 5:30 Truth or Consequences .. Eleoirlo Company -- . News ... 2. 3, 5, Twillsht Zone ,........:. M O N D A Y EVENING + SiOO Hodgepodge Lodge To Tell lha Trulh ........ Untamed world ......... Wild, wild World ol Animal. Open Door ., ........ '.',..,.. gM«n«l . ................... .' FlrehouBO ..................... llogan's Heroes ............ Let 1 . Mike A D e a l . . . . . . . . . . . * 7ihO - gookle* .................... Energy crisis: End o'( the . Beginning? .......... . ...... nit Land ................ Mnglclsn ____ . ........... 2 O u n n m o k o ................. ' 8 * 8:00 - ' ovl' ............ Z, 9. S, T. « allon'a Economy out of Control Taltlefalta Cartoon* To,Tell The Truth . Today's Yoga flomeriet * 3:30 Joker* Wild ,. uilclo Ztb Dick Van Dyl« .... Big Eatel -- Art ... Petticoat Junction .. Lucx flhow All My Children ... Dlnnh Bltort , 3 Three On A Match 3 * 4:00 Star Trek s rujlllVo ]6 Jeopard .. 13 7 3 7 n IB a it 2 i . 7 n n {} 7 ' is 12 n Dlok Van Dyke .............. t. * 1:0) Medical Center ............. « Wa.hlnglon Straight Talk ....' W 0:30 -- ohnny Canton .................. Deum Valley Day* ........ . . . . . * 12:00 Tomorrow ............ , , j, s ft * 1:00 -- Jttlldlous Town [fall ............

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