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June 26, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 20

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Nwthwml Arlcanto. TIMES, W«T, Juiw 26, 1974 r*VtTTKVILLI. Recalled William D. Brewer, U.S. Am- hassadnr In Sudan, has hccn ordered In return U Washington for consultations following Sudan's decision to release eight Palestinian guerrillas w h o murdered three Western diplomats a y c a r a p n , A stale d e p a r t m e n t .spokesman sairl it had received con- f i r m a t i o n of reports lh;tl Su- danese President J a f f a r Ni- mcri commuted t h e sentences of (he e i g h t From life to seven years and then t u r n e d them over In the Palestine liberation o r g a n i / a l i o n . "We en mint iicc'L-Ht the virtual release oT confessed anurderers a s a d e q u a t e p u n i s h m e n t , " t h e spokesman said. (AP Wire- U'ho(n) Capsized Barge Still Spilling Oil NEW ORLEANS ( A P ) Tugboats have freed capsized barge three d a y s after it smashed into a pier under the f l u e y P. Long Mississippi River Brid'ge near here. It's still spilling oil into the river, however. Three tugboats pulled the 270- fooL vessel off the pier's base Tuesday night, but they were unable lo t u r n it rightside up. "A great surge- of oil" poured into the water when ii wa. r freed, a Coast G u a r d strokes- mail said. With a gash in its side, the barge already had leaked estimated 210,000 gallons of oil. Two and possibly three of its 1(1 oil t a n k s r u p t u r e d ami it has been impossible lo seal the hole, the spokesman said. Music Row In Nashville Grows But Retains Down-Home Flavor By J A V S H A K B U T T N A S H V I L L E . Tenn. ( A P ) -Music How. The name evokes a nitoHc boulevard of country urii'smitiis, gorul ol' boys who cfr-me here barefoot, with no other visible means of support . !i a n a rl rea m. a rid who cu r- rcnlly drive Cadillacs. Now Music How. J074, encom- sbLs about five blocks, it's slill down-home, still tree-lined, but its music and loot there- from no longer is pure country. It's also pop, soul and jingles. Influenza Research Center Is Funded .WASHINGTON ( A P ) -- The g o v e r n m e n t announced today establishment of an influenza research color al Baylor Col legc of Medicine in Houston. Tex. The N a t i o n a l Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases awarded Baylor a S4(K).102 con tract for ttie first year of whal is expected to be a 10-year study of Nil. A team under direction of Dr. Robert B. Couch will use pre sfhnol and school age children college students, families and the elderly for the research. Klu a n d its companion pneumonia, is the f i f t h leading cause of death in the .Unil^r States. Illinois River Group Plans Thursday Meet The Illinois River Properl\ Owners of Arkansas. Inc. wil moel at 8 p.m. Thursday al Ih e Robinson Communitj Building to discuss opposition lo a proposed regional sewage treatment plant on tlie Illinois Iliver. Tlie newly-formed, non-profil organization is composed ol people interested in keeping the Illinois River and Lake PVances as tliey are today. It \vas organiycd to acti\ r ely oppose [tie dumping of wastewater. a f t e r secondary treatment, from the proposed regional sewage plant i n t o the Illinois. A f i l m explaining the use of wastewater from se\vage plants for irrigation purposes will be available. Jingles? Yeah, those 30-antl (iO-second radio or TV ditties t h a t urge you to fly U n i t e d , drink Miller beer, shave with Jillctte and hopefully keep on trtickin' in a CMC model. All were recorded her. And though Nashville's jingle works still is small by New York or Los Angeles standards, t's growing. One union o f f i c i a l claims work here is up "al east 100 per cent from three years ago." He's P a u l Wilder, secretary of the local A m e r i c a n Federation of Kadio and Television Artists -- A F T H A -- office. Wilder, a lean, tanned man, says when he joined the local eight years ago it only had 43 members. Now it has liOO, he says, and 50 per cent of them regularly announce on or s in jingles here. He partly attributes the growth to a local fee, set 1970, that was so rock-bottom "we almost gave it away. Bui i t ' s , also due to the wealth of talent we have, the 'sound' they get. "Our problem was, how do you get major ad agencies to al least come see what we have here? And the answer was the local rate." He said it only applies to commercials aired here. The far h i g h e r rale for commercials destined for national or major market broadcast is the same as in Los Angeles and New York. "But al least it sot our foot in the door," he said. The American Federation of Musicians local, which claims 2,300 members, says at .least 500 to 600 of them regularly do jingle dales tinder a local ant nalional fee plan similar lo t h a i of AFTRA. It estimates the city has 50 jungle production firms, but Music Row veterans say onlj about four or five of these gel most of the nationally or regio n a l l y aired jingle trade. TERMITES? CALL ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL Roaches, Antj, Spiders, etc. COMMERCIAL * RESIDENTIAL. 442-7298 SPRMKLER KCCUBE TRAY FREEZER JUItt DKAATCR GOLF BULLS TR£flJUR£ flllDfR SHRUB RAKC RACKET HAROR CRILL GflRDCn HOSC HORICIHOC nWI EE? ^ CoriKr of Sqaare Fayellfvillf, Ark. -- Phone J42-7MI DENNIS THE MENACE By K-chon, * DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m UK PIZZA, AFTS2 WIETS?* Taco Grande 2366 N. College Ave. DINE IN -- CARRY OUT SANCHOS R TACOS 25c We Now Have Taco, Sancho, Barrilo, Combination Dinners Sale Good Only Thru Wednesday, July 3rd. 521-8560 CURRENTLY APPEARING WED.-SAT. JUNE 26-29 COUNTRY COOK IN' Plu» Nick Wi (banks, Red, Whit* Blue (Grau) Plus Sam (Catfish) Routh Saturday, 29th (One Nite Only) O. B. 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