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Northwest Arkantai TIMES, Wed,, Moy «, 1974 FAYITTIVIH.I A R K A N S A S Feds Plan Ban Of Vinyl Chloride W A S H I N G T O N (AP) _ The U.S. Consumer Products S a f e l y Commission served nolicc today t h a t it. intends lo ban use of vinyl chloride in most household aerosol sprays because the chemical is considered a potential health hazard. Responding to a Feb. 21 prti- tion from Ralph Nader's H e a l t h Research Group, the commission also called on aerosol m a n - ufacturer? to t u r n over imme- d i a t e l y any information on products ( h a t have ever contained v i n y l chloride as a propellant or ;in ingredient. Vinyl chloride has been implicated in at le.isl a dozen cases of a rare form of liver cancer among i n d u s t r i a l workers, and has been shown (o caiiFc various tumors in laboratory rats forced to inhale- the chemical. The commission said it is concerned "about home use of aerosol products containing vinyl chloride and pecks a d d i t i o n a l i n f o r m a t i o n about production, d i s t r i b u t i o n and use p a t t e r n s . " Julie Andrews Likes Taping Show For May II In London ,rt om j. Gli Thrift Tip Sit on n f o a m rufooer m n t w h i l e scrubbing and w a x i n g floors .'111(1 baseboards to Scive k n e e l i n g , b e n d i n g , and straining muscles, you can slide the mat aloiiR as you work. ARKANSAS INSTRUMENT TV RADIO S E R V I C E Fr*t Pickup Delivery "Color Specialim' 1 443-5552 or 442*9356 Stem equipment rt 1539% off. Cafl for fr*« catatoc. Open 7:30 p.m. Show Time 8:10 p.m. "CINDERELLA LIBERTY" -- PLUS -"LAUGHING POLICEMAN" NEW YORK (AP) - In the news trade, a "plioncr" m e a n s 'A telephone interview. When an interview with .Julie Andrews was arrange tlreccntly. a "pho- ncr" was suggested as the best way to handle Hie ctiat. This is because Miss Andrews lives in London. All things considered. I'd r a t h e r he in London calling Miss A n d r e w s in New York, but as W.C. Fields so eloquently put it once. "Drat!" Miss Andrews had just f i n - ished taping her fourth ABC-TV sjxx'ial of the c u r r e n t season, a one-hour show [calni-ing Jackie "'cason and scheduled to appear on the telly here May 22. She was slightly hoarse, hut sounded extremely chipper and relaxed. This wasn't always the case d u r i n g the !!7;i-7l season, when she was doing a weekly hour-long music and variety show on ABC. "When I took it on." she said of those days. "I thought it'd be about, (ih. GO-10 in t e r ni s of work versus home ami children and heing a wife mid mother. "f guess it was about 88-2 w h e n I got done. S» of course. I prefer this kind of existence," she added, referring to the business of doing an occasional special instead of a w e e k l y show. "It also gives me much more iof a chance In polish t h i n g s off and have tilings a little more veil done." Miss A n d r e w s , whose per- ormances always have struck me as 1 those of the complete rofossional. rushed or not. was skcd if there was that much ess pressure involved in (aping icr shows in London. , "To a degree." she said. There arc very strict union aws. One can't work longer han a certain amount of hour.' md one usually works u n t i bout eight in the evening. "If you wish to extend that. 'nu may be f o r t u n a t e to work t n t i l eight-thirty. "In America, I was working mlil all hours of the night and lay. Of course, it was a series NOW SHOWING Stewardesses 8:20 ·FU nKSfOASS") CO-HIT WOMENfSAlE | IN EASTMAN COLOR LATE BONUS FEATURE WILD WOMEN Open 6:45 - 7:i ° MU. NEWMAN ·OBatTRCBfORD "j THE STING WINNEK OF SEVEN ACADEMY AWARDS Including Best Picture Sun. Mat 2 p.m. Funniest Western since (R) "Cat liallou" Me! Brooks ·BUZZING SADDLES (PG) Tet. 7:15 - 9:25 Sun. M a t . 2 p.m. GeoeHockmon, Conversation I ftOUlMMUS Fet Sun.-Tfiurt, 7:45 Fri.-Sat, 7:00-9.40 «un. Mat. 2 p.m. (FG) GRT/BV ilicn anrt not the specials, but the hours I mcnlion are the fienriMl r u l e in London." Miss Andrews, who'll cio Iwo more specials for ABC next season, said the show she'd jusl "inished now was being "swect- tncd," meaning sound effects were being dubbed in. Committee To Study State Job Classifications LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A legislative committee was told today the state's current job classification system is in- a d e q u a t e a n d n e e d s t o h e changed. Richard R. Heath, director of the state F i n a n c e and Administration Department, said a review process was u n d e r w a y tc study employe job status am changes. Heath made his remarks he- fore the Legislative Council's Commute to Review Specia K n l r a n c c Salary Authorization. Louise M i l l e r of the state Personnel Office, who has been w o r k i n g with the classification review project, said the effort was aimed at establishing in t e r n a l equity. "We want people who are doing equally d i f f i c u l t work in the same pay grade, but that is d i f f i c u l t lo lo." she said. She said the office was interviewing various slale employes lo try to come up with job descriptions lo be used in estab- l i s h i n g a u n i f o r m job classification system. She said, for example, there now are three clerk levels, but that there probably would ht only Iwo levels after the review project ends. II is d i f f i c u l t to d i f f e r e n t i a t e between three different levels of clerks, she said MOVING! EXCITING! RENfKWC, JIM WWII. VICTOR lUT. CONTINUOUS FROM DARK 3 SHOWS NITILY PH. 751-6724 $3.00 Per Car THE HUT DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. A BONANZA BONANZA BURGER l .\ lb. pare beef p;ttfie, on Sesame Bun, This dinner includes crLsp salad with dressing of your choice, and French fries. THane Sleeper" Th« famRy restaurant even a father could love. 2356 N. College Fay«ttevill« Phone 521-3565 DENNIS THE MENACE 'THEY JUSTC4W'£MSAFETY KITS.THEY'RE REALLY FOR MAKIM 1 KIDS SIT STILL IN THE CAR.* LRPACE Endorses Pryor Candidacy LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The Jltlc Rock Political Action Committee f o r Education LKPACE) Monday endorser! )avicl II. Pryor of Little Hock or the Democratic nomination or governor, but would m a k e 10 endorsement in the U.S. Sen- .to race. The comrnmtttee, which is \\c political arm of the Little lock Classroom Teachers Asso- iation, praised the records of iotn Sen. J.W. Fulbright and Jov. Dale Bumpers on eriuca- ional issues, Both Fulbright and Bumpers ire seeking t h e Democratic lomination for the Senate. LRPACE commended Pryor's 'outstanding record for educa- [on legislation" during his hree terms in the Arkansas louse of Representatives and n Congress. Slate Rep. B. D. "Doug" Drug Problem BANGKOK, Thailand (APS -The Ministry of Public Health ays about 200,000 Thai youths are addicted to drugs, and gov- r n m e n l agencies treated more han 100,000 cases last year. About 70 per cent of the addicts are high school and u n i - 'ersity students, a spokesman or Ihe ministry said. The min- slry, in cooperation with Bang;ok hospitals and the universily bureau, began n campaign igainst drug addiction this veek. The hospitals are offor- ng free treatment and counseling to addicts (lurinrr May Live Or On Videotape Networks Plan Full Coverage Of Hearings Brandon of Little Rock, Leona froxell of Rose Bud and Joe Purcell of Benton all received e n d o r s e m e n t ' in the lieutenant governor's race. Brandon and Purcell are Democrats, and Mrs. Troxell is a Republican. The group said Brandon has ;upported and initiated education legislation in the Arkansas House for 12 years. Purcell, a former state attorney general, has an "established record as an impartiail public servant," LRPACE said. Mrs. Troxeli's tenure as an administrator of the Employment Security Division indicates her ' qualifications for the office, the group said. Arkansas PACK conducted interviews with candidates for the U.S. Senate, governor and lieutenant governor. LRPACE conducted its own interviews with Democratic and Republican candidates for lieutenant governor Sunday, according to prepared statement, br- JAY SHARBUTT NEW YORK (AP) -- Al- -hough public portions of the douse Judiciary Committee's mpeachment investigation may be at l e a s t 214 weeks away, plans already are afoot for f u l l TV coverage, both live or videotaped. The Public Broadcasting Service says it definitely will cover the open hearings. But it hasn't decided yet if it'll televise them live or record them on videotape -- as it did for most of the Senate Watergate hearings -- for replay in full d u r i n g prime evening time. A spokesman for the ABC Television network said company planned live coverage and is working out f i n a l rangements with CBS and NBC for "rotating" the coverage, a system the networks adopted last June 5 in the early stages of the Senate Watergate hear CBS and NBC officials saj there is a tentative agreenieni for the networks to rotate live coverage among themselves but that the deal isn't f i n a l yet They expect no problems ir caching an agreement. It appears thai live or video .ape coverage of the J u d i c i a r y Committee's public inquiry inti he possible impeachmenl o President Nixon won't be any where as lengthy as the cov erage of the Watergate hear ings. hose procedings began May 17 a year ago, lasted 5. :!ays and didn't leave the lion's TV screens until Novem er. FIVE OR SIX WEEKS A spokesman for the Hous* And he noted that the com- ittee's c h a i r m a n , Rep. Peter W. Rodino Jr.. D-N.J., "h a s aid he's going to run them the open hearings) three days week, morning and after- oon." The start of these sessions, le spokesman said, may come the week after next. That's Guards Welcomed VATICAN C I T Y (AP) -Twenty new Swiss guards have been welcomed by Pope Paul VI in words spoken in Italian, German and French. The Pope urged the guards to be faithful to '' the noble and glorious traditions of the corps closely linked to Peter's chair-a link which sometimes has reached the point of heroism with the loss of guards 1 lives." The Swiss guard was instituted 400 years ago to protect the pontiff and the Vatican. committee said once the group's open hearings start "the best estimate is t h a .hey're going to run about ftv or six weeks-" Samaritans Gather MT. GERIZIM, Occupied Jor dan (AP) -- The Samaritans o srael and occupied Jorclai gathered under a f u l l moon Sunday atop this sacred moun tain to celebrate their Passove -- one of the world's oldest con tinuously performed rituals. Priests slit the throats of dozen bleating lambs as mos of the world's 450 remaininj Samaritans shouted and chanl ed prayers to celebrate thi Jewish exodus from Egypt. A prescribed in Deuteronomy, th Samaritans ate the unbleni ished yearling lambs "in haste with your staff in your hani and your shoes on your feet." The Samaritan religion i close to Judaism and is base on a slightly varied version o the five Books of Moses. the best estimate right now." lie said the committee may have to close some sessions to the public and reporters if certain testimony might "affect someone's constitutional rights in an ongoing court case or something like that. "But otherwise they plan on' kcping he hearings open." Democratic Rally Set For Saturday A Democralic rally will be ield Saturday at Hie Fayetto- ville High School cafeteria. All senatorial anil congressional candidates have been nvited and are expected lo attend. Democratic candidates or governor and other state offices arc also expected and many have indicated they will c present. A continental breakfast planned arid Mrs. Ann Henry, Democratic chairwoman, will preside during introduction and speeches of the state and national candidates. County ticket contenders will be introduced and will have the opportunity to meet persons attending. The speeches are scheduled to last eight lo lei minutes. The breakfast, the first of il; kind in this area, will be casua w i t h ample o p p o r t u n i t y provided to chat with the cand' dates. Serving will begin at 8 a.m. The s p e e c h e s are scheduled at 9 a.m. Tickets are available bj contacting county com millet members or by writing Box 21 Fayetleville. Proceeds from the ticket sale will finance p r i m a n election expenses and parlj campaign expenses. The general public is invitci according to Don McGuirc, vice chairman, chairman for the b r e a k f a s t arrangements committee. Today In History Today is Wednesday, May 8, the 128th day of 1974. There are 237 days left in Ihe year. Today's highlight in history: On thns date in 1945. President Harry Truman announced in a broadcast that World War [I was over in Europe. On this date-In 1541, the Spanish explorer, Hernando de Soto. discovered the Mississippi River, at a point near the present city of Memphis Tenn. In 1846. the first battle of the Mexican war was fought at Palo Alto. Tex., with U.S. forces under Zachary Taylor defeating Ihe Mexicans. In 1852, the integrity of Den- m a r k was guaranteed by the treaty of London, signed by B r i t a i n , France. Russia, Prussia. Austria and Sweden. In 188i, the 33rd American president, Harry Truman, was born on a farm near Lamar. Mo. In 1942, the Pacific War battle of the Coral Sea ended in a victory for the Allied nations. In 11)58, demonstrators were abusive to Vice President and ilrs. Richard Nixon during a visit to Lima. Peru. Ten years ago: Harrv T r u man celebrated his flflth birth- clay by r e t u r n i n g lo W a s h i n g t o n lo visit the Senate, where, he said, he had enjoyed his h a p - piest years in politics. Five years ago: In Smith Vietnam, the Communist Viet Cong presented a ten-point peace plan, based mainly on proposals that previously had been rejected. "You Gotta Believe" TACO GRANDE TACOS 2366 N. College The Month of May Will Be 25c Each DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to chance without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 (Channel I «i cable in KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulse, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburgh, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Channel 4 on ubl* in Faycttevill*) KOED-TV(ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, Japlin, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 (Channel 9 en cab I* in Fayettovllte) CABLE TELEVISION NBC-CBS-ABC etv 9 CH, TV Time -- Weather -- Music 9 Channels -- FM Radio, All on "The Cable" WARNER CABLE of Fayetteville Phone 521-7730 MOVIES ON TV Wednesday Night 7:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 -- "Lucas Tanner" (1974) David Hortman, Kathleen Quinion 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 - "Killdozer" (1974) Clint Walker, Carl Betz, James Wainwright 8:30 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 - "In Tandem" (1974) Claude Aldns, Frank Converse, Richard Angarola 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Machine Gun McCain" (1969) Gena Rowlands, Brltt Ekland Thursday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "The McKeniie Break" (1970) Brian Keith, Helmut Griem, Ian Griem 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "X the Unknown" (1956) Dean Jogger, Edward Chapman, Leo McKern AUTO INSURANCE · $50,COO Liability * $2,000 Medical · Uninsured Motorist · 5 Year Renewable Guarantee Safe $« £· /»ffc Quarter Drivers JLOiOU Premium McCARTNEY-FAUCETTE Phone 412-2335 2111 N. COLLEGf GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory creek Ret. Art* ·nd dine at THE BARN 2(4 Cast OH Hwy. 71 Steaks and shrimp, homemade cini rolk, relishes, and salads. Family style fish fry Friday. Bar BQ Ribs Saturday. Open 5-U p.m. Sal. and Sun. 12 noon-10 p.m. Closed Mon. and Tuet. Come see us at Beautiful Beaver WEDNESDAY EVENING * 5:00 World Report ............... Andy Griffith .. .. ............ Truth or Consequences ........ To Tell The Truth ........... News ....................... 5. Mister Rogers ... ............... * 3:JO News ... .......... 2, 3, 5. 6, 7, Twilight Zone ................. Truth or Consequence* ........ EJectric Company . . . ....... * 6:00 Inside Oklahoma Education - . News ...... 2, 3. 5, 6. 7, 8. 12 The Cowboys Hog au's Hero PS To Tell Th« Truth French Chef . Hollywood Squares .. 3, 12 W.iit Til Your Father Gels Home .. . 7 16* 7:00 -S j C h R s e 2, 3. S. 7 ' Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour 6, 1C 3 The Cowboys S 12 8 Washington Connection 11 I * 7:J» .,Movie «, 12 icThcater in America II J |* 8:00 II Movie 1. 3. 5. 7 Cannon :. - 6. 16 ..* !):«» - iiooc Elliot «. 12 1 6 Kojak 6. 16 . 5* S:3» -- IgToday's Yoga 11 . 2* 10:0« II News i 3. 5. 6 7. i. 12. 1« 1974 . COLOR TV ow AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound Z333 N. College 442-8575 BUY YOUR CARPET DIRECT FROM THE LOCAL PHOPLE THAT MAKE IT. WHERE YOU GET THE BEST AND SAVE THE MOST. Lawrence Carpet Mills, Inc. HIGHWAY M WEST 751-79M SPRINGDALE, A R K . * 10:30 -Salute to Redd i'ox a, 12 Movie 6. 16 Johnny Carson 2. 3 5. 7 * U:00 Tomorrow 2 3, 5. 7 News · * 1:00 -Tulsa Youth Forum 2 T H U R S D A Y MORNING-+ 6:25 - Momenta of Meditation 8 *6:30- SMS Forum 3 Garner Ted Armstrong t * 6:35 Inspiration 2 * 6:40-News 2 * 6:45 News J2 * 6:50 Light of Life 6 Today in Agriculture 7 if 6:55 -Harvest Time Tabernacl* 5 Proiect 6 *· 7:00 Timmy and Laule 12 C^S Nc\vs 6. 16 Co -;-Ty Muste TUTM n Today t. i. I, 7 -.'- 7:30 -- Cartoonj 12 » ·: it- Captain Kangaroo f. 16 9e«am« Street Cartoon Circus * 8:38 Oklahoma: Thursday ... * 9:0(1 Dinah Shore Sesame Street 9 A.M. Joker's Wild It's Your Bet Movie * 9:30 -Gambit Jeopardy Love. American Stylt .. * 19:00 Now You 9ee It Wizard of Odd* All My ChUdr-n * 10:34 Brady Bunch Love of Life Hollywood Square.* * 10:55 Coffee Break CBS New. * I1:M Jackpot Paasword Mike Donflu Youne; and Restleai .. * I1:H Celebrity Sweepstake* Search for Tomorrow . SpUt Second * 11:55 - Newi ... I i 7 ........ 3 ........ 6 ....... IE ....... 12 ...... , .. 2, i. 1 ........ 12 6, IS 2 3. S. 1 12 , i, 12 i. 16 . 2. 3, S. 7 C 16 . H S. 7 i. 12 2 .... «. 16 , . 1 1 7 C, 16 «. 11 THURSDAY AFTERNOON* 13:00 News t «. 7. 12 I» Phil Donahue 3 Table Talk 5 All My Children » * 12:15 Leave It to Carol 16 * 1Z:W Three on A Match 2 . 3 Let's Make A Deal 5, 8 12 Ai The World Turr.5 6. 16 * 12:M Melody Matine« 7 * 1:00 -Magazine 8, 16 Days Of Our Livel 2. 3. 5. 7 Newlywed Game 8, 12 * 1:30 Doctors J. 3. S. 7 Girl In My Life s. 12 * 2:00 Price la Right 6. 18 Another World 2 3. 5. 1 General Hospital 8. 12 * 2:30 Match Game 16 How To Survive Marriage 2. 3. 3 7 One Life To LIv« I 12 * 3:00 - Tattletale« I« Cartoon* 8 Today's Yo?a 11 Somerset 2 X S, 7 To Tell the Truth 12 * 3:30- Eye To Eye Jl Joker's Wild 6 Dinah Shore 3 Uncle Zeb 8 Dick Van Dyke 16 All My Children , D Pctli^oal function 2 Lucy Show , 12 Three On A Mat/;l» ~t Sta/Trek 5 Fugitive -. 16; Jeopardy 3 ! Merv G r i f f i n 2! I Dream of Jeannle 71 Andy Griffith 12 Gomer Pyle (J9MC 8 Ilonanza 8 Sesame Street 11 *4:JO Beverly Hilliiilliei ^ Bonanza 12J Lucy Show 8! Beat the Clock 3! iHOUSIW: EVENING* 5:H World Report IS News . 5. 8 To Tell The Trulh 3 Andy Griffith 6 Truth of Consequences 7 Mister Rogera 11 Newj 2, J 5. «. T, 12 Twilight Zone 16 Electric Company n Trinh or Consequence! 9 Newi 2, 3. 5 «. 7. 9. 12. 16 Woman u Chopper One Police Surgeon Drngnct ' " Buck Owens Hngan's Heroes To Tel! The Truth .,,..,. Newsmakers Slim WilJian .'.'.'"". i*]ip Wihon Chopper One Advocates The Wnltona . * 7:30 - ·k H:CI) Ironside , . MOVIC y.'.y. Kung Fu . · ' " " .. 8. 12 Music Country o Slreeis of San Francisco"!. Today's Yoga * 10:00 News - 2. 3. 5, 6. 7, t * lfl:3ft Play it Again, Bogie Movie Johnny Carson 2. Tomorrow 2 News if I'M Source

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