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May 2, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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The Spoekt Come) Out Asian Spirits Take Over Where Kung Fu Ends HONG KONC! AP) -- The city thai brought you Kiltie Ku is ahoul lo t r a d e in Ihe karate chop lor spooks, .spirits and the supernatural. Asian-style. "We arc not exactly following in the path of "The Exorcist." says an executive at Golden " " "but we think supernatural Battle Over Golan Heights An official Israeli Air Force. -photo released in Tel A v i v ^Tuesday shows a Snviel-lniill ' M1G jet being downed d u r i n g , 'an air hatfle Monday over ihe ; Golan Hei^hls. Israel claimed .four Syrain aircrafl shot dcnvn wilh n o Israeli l o s s e s while (he Syrians claimed six Israeli planes with (wt) of their own shot rlnwn. The gun camera lilm shnws Ihe Mlfi entering Ihe dim sight al Inp, Israeli fire slrikinK. middle, and Ihe Mlfi .stalling lo fa down. (AP W i r c p h o f n ) Harvest Studios. there are good suhjccls in Asia ^that would make good stories," Tin; executive, Shen Shan, a director of Hong Kong's second largest s t u d i o which gained prominence with such films as "Enter The Dragon" and "Five Fingers of Death.' agreed with most industry watchers here thai K u n g Fu is on the wane "1 would say that good Kung Fu pictures, like fiood Westerns, will go on and on,' 1 said Shan. "But the blind acceptance, the enthusiasm is over already." The downfall ot K u n g Fu, he said, is due to overcxposure. "It happened in I t a l y , in Lebanon and the United States." said Shan. "Too many of the films were shown and the market hccame saturated. Now, they w a n t Bruce I^e, but the other Kung Fu pictures lave no where to go." Lcc. who died last year at 33, was the K u n g Fu. superstar. He left hehind a completed picture. "The Way of the Dragon," to he released as "Return of the Dragon" in the United States. Golden Harvest is trying to put an ending on Lee's unfinished film. "Game of Death," in production when he died. Sus- perslilion has hampered Hi completion. With 'the^ eerie coincidence in the film's title, many Chinese actors want nothing more to do with It, NOT NEW The occult and exorcism aren't news in Hong Kong. On i recent afternoon spiritualists a n d priests chanted incantations in a parking lot believed to be hexed by evil spirits. Local newspapers also re' race had Code Of Ethics Statements Due LITTLE ROCK (AP) -About 30 candidates for slate or district office will violate the law unless they submit Code of Ethics s t a t e m e n t s to the secretary of stale by m i d n i g h t tonight. T h e General Assembly enacted the Code of Ethics in 1371 to "establish a heller balance whereby the public can evaluate the p e r f o r m a n c e and accomplishments of public offi- c i a l s and employes." Violation of the law is a misdemeanor and carries a fine of not less than S'lO or more t h a n $50(1. The law allows a j a i l sen teiice of no less than 10 days nor more than 9fl days. Persons who file false statements u n d e r the law can be re Cjiirer] to forfeit public office. Incumbents \vere supposed to have filed a statement ii - J a n u a r y /or the office the hold. Business Notes Elected officials currently lolding one office but running or another do not have to file. f they have filed already for he office they hold. The secretary of state's office ;aid about 275 persons had filed or the state or district public jffices as of the April 2 dead- ine for f i l i n g as a candidate in his year's elections. About flfl state renrcseitta- .ivcs and a taut 17 state sena- .ors arc seeking reflection. Municipal candidates a l s o must file ethics statements, hut :his is done on the county level. The sccreatry of state's office Raymond F. Grimes has been named manager of the Fayette~~ Financial Services office al 1212 N. College Avcutle. Grimes joined C1T in May of 1069 as a customer service representative, lie was promoted to assistant manager of the Fort Smith office in September of 1971. He is m a r r i e d to the former Ann Wilkins and attended the West Arkansas ported the exorcism of a r track where "evil spirits" 1 tripped two horses severely injured in falls. "A lot of film people art su perstitious,'' said Shan. "But fortunately Raymond Chow is not." Chow, Vi, who broke away from the powerful Shaw Bros studio four years ago to found Golden Harvest, is the crown prince of the Hong Kong movie empire. The debonaire Chow, devotee of golf and fast cars, : the antithesis of his onetime boss, conservative movie czar Run Run Shaw. Some say Chow will eventually eclipse Shaw with his more modern approacl to moviemaking. "Golden Harvest is now hal ex-Shaw people," said Shan who spoke for the studio in the absence of Chow, away on a movie project. Last year Golden Harves produced 14 movies, a far sec ond to Shaw's 40. But profits o the two companies were closer Shan said, and Chow is tryin hard to narrow the gap further "We figure we w i 1 1 be in the market this 5'ear and the year after with a better and better product," he said. KEY CHANGE A key difference in the two companies. Shan concedes, is in facilities Shaw's 43-acre mountaintop studio provides suf- icient backgrounds for almost his films. Chow, who has only a few sound stages and of- ices, films everything on loca- :ion, usually in Korea or Tai- ray into the area of binrre documentaries patterned , after "Mondo Cane." In both areas, censorship i« likely to require different v»r stons of the films for domestic and export distribution. "Our censors in Hong KOHJ discourage frontal ' nudity aix explicit sex scenes," said Shati "Sometime we make two v«r ions of a film -- one for con ervative Asia and another fo broad minded Occi ie more ent." LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- N«- :ion»l bank* in Arkansas must abide by the Ifl.per cent interest ceiling when they lo»n mon ey. Judge J. Smith Henley of U. S. District Court ruled Wednesday. . . . . Henley issued'*· ruling in connection with a e«se involving the First National Bank of Men*. The bank «»ght t« recover principal «nd interest on two promissory notet m«de in January t» Jack A. Nowlin. a TwrnesMC resident. The effective interest rate on one of the notes was 18 per cent and the $il,0uu I WASHINGTON (AP)' -- The Northrop Corp. and tw« of its senior officers have been fined total of Hl.OOO in the first use of 'a 24-year old law banning contributions to federal campaigns by major U.S. contractors. Thpmat V. Jones, board chairman and chief executive officer of the Los Angeles-based aerospace firm, and Vice President James Allen pleaded guilty Wednesday. 197* R«¥MiM LrTTLE ROCK *-- , ^, ,- kansis and' iti-'Mbtt I«*»riv ment will get about »Z million · more in revenue sharing money under preliminary ;fi«»! W* figures announced this week, revenue sharing officials said Wednesday: - -··. '· · } . ,, The state's over-.ll total allocation for the coming fiscal vear is $64.83 million, up from a fiscal 1974 final «lVoe«tion of S62.M million. _ interest rate on 1.S percent. th* other.wai Community Smilh. Me and Mrs. College in Fort is Ihe son of Mr. Elmer Grimes of Ozark, Arkansas. Theft Reported Sharon Brannon. wan. As Shan explained, "Shaw las a whole mountain. We have only half a mountain." The Golden Harvest strategy for future growth appears dependent on spotting trends before they catch on. Thus, the SHERIFF'S OFFICE DICK HOYT THt YES, Diek Hoyt ii "IN"--HeVther* working en U» boota --putting to good use ft« training he received in Accounting and Business Administration at the U ft A so that you taxpayer* will know that your money and property M w*H taken care of. Elect "Dick" Hoyt Sheriff of Wo«hi«9hm County Pel. Ad raid by Dick Boyt, Op«n 7 a.m.--* p.m. Man. thru Sot. Evelyn Hills Shopping C*nt*r GARMENT STORAGE $200 FREE INSURANCE ON ALL STORAGE Pick up your box today, pack it, and return it, it'i that simpit! Enjoy eore-fr«« cloMtt with our storage. All you pay is Hw eUon- ing price in the Fall! FUR STORAGE Finest Cleaning, Glazing, and Repair Service in our modern, cold storage vaults. Give your furs the protection they need. Bonded hir stwage Insured we store In o»r own Bernard Manor cold storage ?ault. Let our trained experts tar* ter your fine furs. "You Will Uk» Our Special Care" SHIRTS 40 BEAUTIFULLY LAUNDERED AND FINISHED 301) S. will not reprimand candidates who do not f i l e by Ihe deadline or who do not file at all. "We are not a police agency," a spokesman said them." College Ave.. told r'ayettemlle police that a tennis racquet, two fishing reels, two fishing poles and a tackle box containing fishing equipment were stolen from her car parked at her home. Police said Ihe left door glass "We just file | was broken to gain entry to the car. S-1-W-W AS YOU PASS THi TIME WITH SOMEONE YOU LOVE, MARK THE HOURS IN AN ACCURATE WAY. A. Men's combination rtaWess steel and goldtooe finish. $166.00 B. Ladies' tapered bracelet watch wMt shaded taupe dial. ' $150.00 C. Men's calendar wetch, gray dial and strap. $136.00 D. LadieV date calendar welch, berk- textured case and dial, $166.00 E. Men's Astronaut Mark M watch, date calendar, 24 -hour d al. $150.00 F. 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