Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 16, 1974 · Page 17
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May 16, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 17

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Emmy Award Winners Announced The Newmans Actor Paul Newman ami tils left to right, daughters Clca, wife of 1G years, aclress Jo- fl; Noll, IS; Melissa, 13; and anne Woodward, posed \v i I h Stephanie, Paul's daughter hy ihaix ..hit.ti-nn fn*. iii: !»:«·- ;i previous marriage- (AP \V3repholn) children for (his pie- lure. With Ihe Newmans arc. Accusers Lie, Says Reinecke LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Television's Emmy awards are progressing like a sporting event. Mow that the preliminaries are out o, the \vjty, (he main event is coming up. It's the first time in llic 2fi- year history of the Emmys thai he category winners were announced early in competition or the "best of the year" awards, which will ho telecast May 28 on NBC. Winners were announced at a news conference Wednesday at .he Century Plaza Motel. Telly Suva las. a mixture of charm and menace in "Kojak." and Michael Learned, who mothers "The Wa lions," won Emmys as best stars in a tele vision drama series. Mary Tyler Moore, in pursuit of career and not marriage on Mary Tyler Moore Show," and Alan Alda, the anli establishment surgeon of "M-A S-H. M were named best comedy stars of the season. Cicely Tyson, who aged from 19 lo 110 in "The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pitt man." anc Ha{ Holbrook, the skipper who lost his ship to the North Ko roans in "Pueblo." were namec' best performers in s;ecial pro grams. William Holden, in his TV debut as the tough, aging cop ol The Blue Knight," and Mild d Natwick, the slightly dafi matenr sleuth of "The Snoop slors," won Emmys as stars iimiled series. FINAL AWARDS For the final awards, the per rrners. directors and writer? anied as category winners wil e matched 'against each othe: r the best of year awards fo: jecials and series May 28. Alan Alda and Telly Savalas ill compete for Actor of the car. Series, and William Hold- en and Hal Holbrook wil! corn- icle for Actor of the Year, Specials. For this, limited series are paired with specials. CBS won '25 Km mys in the prime-lime categories, far out- listancing NBC wElh seven arid ABC with three. None of the LOS ANGELES CAP) - California LI. Gov. Ed Remecke, battling to save his campaign for governor, claims those who accused him of perjury told falsehoods themselves. R e i n c c k e was back on the counterattack Wednesday against the office of special Watergate proseculor Leon Jaworski as he resumed his quest Tor the Republican nomination in the June A primary. ·He acknowledged that his hopes of winning rest largely on the chance that a federal judge in Washington will dismiss the perjury charges against him. He has pleaded innocent to Foreign Firms Increase U.S. Investments NEW YORK (AP) -- Fifty- seven foreign firms announcer plans during tlie first quarter to invest more than $34(1 mjMion ii 59 manufacturing facilities ir the United Stales, an iiulepcnd enl study reported today. Thai represents an increase from the last nine months \vhei foreign plans for direct own ersliip of U.S. manufacturing plants averaged -!(. announce ments per quarter, the stuch says. Japanese firms planned 1* new investments in U.S. plants West Germany nine, and Caiui ria and Hie United Kingdon eight apiece. Most of the in vestments will he in chemical machinery, electrical equip merit and textile plants, the re port says. The study of direct loroigi ownership of U.S. manufac luring assets is put lordlier b\ the Conference Board, i tion profit organizRlinn for the sci entific study of business aiii economic conditions in th United Slates. The study ir eludes acquisitions of exist in, plants as well as plans for ne\ construction. barge of lying to a Senate ominillcE in 1972 about ar- angenicnls for the 1(172 Re lublican National Convention in :an Diego, including a $400,000 ffcr from a .subsidiary of In- ernational Telephone Telc- ;raph Corp. to underwrite the lonvenLion. Judge Rarriiigton Parker ha een expected to rule Friday 01 tcinecke's dismissal tnolioi nrgucti in U.S. District. Court h Vashinglon Monday and Tues day. Bui Reitiecke's Washington itlorney, K. Joseph Donchue ·aid Wednesday night that the Iccision had beet) put off unti Monday. In Ins first campaign appear ·nice since the hearing, Kei necke accuser! unnamed Water ;ate prosecutor's of not tollin £ ihe I ruth. "Some of their s t a t e men Is were outright, false am .hey were given under oath. .hink somebody ought to take , look at those statements," He ncckc said. At Monday's hearing, Ro nocke claimed (hat. assistan prosecutor Joseph J. Connoll lured him into heing a coopera li\'o witness with the implic; tion he would not be indictee Connolly lias denied he mod any such promises or ovoi lures. Open Hearings Set On Buffalo Project HARRISON 1 . Ark. (AP) -Two pnbli c meet ings \vi 11 h held July 18-1!) here on the pn poser! master plan and ein'iroi mental impact statement fo the Buffalo National River pro ret, Donald M. Spalding ai nonneed Wednesday. Spalding said the Nation; Park Service wanted to recen a wide range of public opinio on the pi'oposed plan. flc said live document was preliminary proposal. Nation. Park Service policy require Ilia I public review and i ment be obtained before fin decisions arc made, be added. Open 7 a.m.--6 p.m. Mon. thru Sot*. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center GARMENT STORAGE $200 FREE INSURANCE ON ALL STORAGE Pick up your box today, pack it, and return it, it's that simple! Enjoy care-free closets with our storage. All you pay is the cleaning 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 fur storage Insured we slnre In mir own Bernard Manor roM storage vault, l/et our trained experts care for your fine ITS. "You Will Like Our Special C«r«" SHIRTS vinncrs \\vis present, Rob Reiner \v;is named best omedy supporting actor for 'All in t h e Family," Michael .loriarty in drama for '/flic Hass Menagerie," and Harvey Cor man [or variety on "The Jarol Burnett Show. 1 ' Cloris Lrjachmnn won as best :omcdy supporting aclress for 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show," Joanna Miles in drama or "The Glass Menagerie" and Jrentla Vaccaro in variety for 'The Shape of Things." Daytime Kmtnys will be giv i on an afternoon NBC telecast May 28. 40 e» BEAUTIFULLY LAUNDERED AND FINISHED Wins Scholarship Kenny Berry, sfrn of Mr. anri MJ-S. J antes Berry, is t he recipient of a scholarship from ihe FHS Business Kchi- ciilion Depai (merit lo sCiuly aceounfini; ;U Ihe University of Arkansas. A senior af Fay- ettcville High School, Reiniy i.s a mem her of Ihe National Hcmnr Society, and Future Business Leaders of America, and was program chairman for (lie Language Cluh (he past t wo yea rs. He a Iso hus been aclive in Sunday .school work- Faubus Visits With ! Former Supporter MOItRIU'OX, Ark. ( A P ) -Former Gnv. Orval Fauhus firn|))]0(l !)' the nTHce oF Cnn- y County Sheriff M;irlin llnwkitis one of his [onncr siipoprltTs -- Wednesday. Fauhus is scokini! tln Demo- cra(ic Nomination far governor this year,, but Hawkins luis announced Ins support for ,-inolher Norfhwejt Arkansos TIMES, Thur»., Moy 16, 1974 FAVETTEVILLE, A R K A N S A S 17 Democratic candidate, fovmcr llcp. David Tryor. "If I'd if hail my liat. I'fi ot thrown it in the cfoor," Faubus s;i:cl to Iluwkins, wlio was wearing a Pryor Initton. Hotfi men smiled as they chatted. I landing on Ihc wall outside Hawkins 1 office is a photograph of Kauhus with this inscription to Hawkins: "A ^ood friend and .successful public servant." EXPERT WATCH JIZPAItt - _ r SWIFTS Faubus Would Buy, Preserve Wilderness CLARKSVILLE. Ark. (AP) Dormer Gnv. Orval K. Faubus said Wednesday that if clcclc iovcmor tie would try lo obtain state Tmids lo buy and preserve wilderness lands. Gov. Dale Bumper?; created a s t a t e Environmental preservation Corn mission in 1973. However, Iho state legislature refused tci appropriate tlic StO million requested by the governor for Itic purchase of wilderness areas by (\\c commission. Faubus said he didn't know how much money he would seek from the 1975 legislature. Hut he said he believes the commission should he funded every two years until sufficient, scenic and riiiUiral lands arc set aside for preservation. If elected, Fauhus said will provide the legislature with a list of areas to buy and bou much he would .spend on each tract before he asks for an appropriation. ELECT BRUCE CRIDER COUNTY JUDGE Since it is impossible to visit each and every one of you, I am choosing this method to seek your support in the forthcoming primary election. I stand on my record: born in Greenland, Arkansas; Air Force veteran; owned and operated cattle and poultry farms and Crider Brothers Nursery; served as Sheriff and County Judge of Washington County. NoWr more than ever before, trustworthy public officials are of utmost importance. votre for of BRUCE CRIDER COUNTY JUDGE WASHINGTON COUNTY FOSTER GRANT POLORIZED SUNSWINGERS WITH HINGED NOSE BRI06£. 6.49 Mlf,. list $8.00 FOSTER GRANT S P E C T R A - S H A D E S _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - - - - - - - 1 \ Quick- Tanning- ] ******** The brighter the li tlie darker they get. 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