Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 28, 1974 · Page 7
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June 28, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Demonstrators March Through Atlanta Rain ' ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) - Ignoring a torrential downpour several hundred black demonstrators completed a "comm e m o r a t i v e procession" through downtown Atlanta a day after It had been halted by flub swinging police. Mayor Maynard Jackson--Atlanta's first black chief executive --gave permission for conclusion of the parade Thursday just moments before marchers Were set to step off illegally, Thursday's procession was one in a series of demonstrations by blacks protesting the f a t a l shooting of Brandon Gibson by police last weekend. Police say the 17-year-otd black youth was shot by a black po liceman when officers tried to arrest Gibson for a parole violation. - They said he grabbed a defective's gun and was threat enihg him. : Hosea Williams, organizer of Jhe protests and a civil rights Sctivist. contended several per- £ons could testify that the youth .did not have possession of the weapon when he was shot. ; Williams, head of the Atlanta chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference as arrested during -the melco Wednesday that ended with six persons injured and 11 arrested. He remained in jail on flO.200 bond Thursday. He has vowed tn remain in Jail until Police Chief John Inman is re moved from office. * Jackson said pollen over- J-eacted in the Wednesday In lident. · One Niqht Stand : SAN FRANCISCO (AP) _ The first n a t i o n a l , convention fver stager! hy members nf the Jvorld s oldest profession was Jne-night stand in a church ; More t h a n .300 persons paid Jip to $5 a p i e c e Wednesday Jiight to crowd into the sane luary of Glide Memorial Moth fcdist Church for the first pn Jional hookers' convention. They applauded a three-hour program that ranged from haw fly songs to belly dancing to serious appeals for legalized prostitution. NASHVILLE, Term. (AP) -- utomotive-reiated plants in 05 counties in the Memphis rea are believed to be a bar- aining point in a reported ef- ort to locate a Volkswagen ilant in the Memphis region. ' Govs. Winficld Dunn of Ten- esse, Dale Bumpers of Aransas and Bill Waller of Mis- issippi met behind closed oors Wednesday night at Olive (ranch, Miss., reportedly to iscuss the matter. A Ford assembly plant in Memphis closed in the 1950s, ut it left several spinoff plants reducing parts and acces- orics in the West Tennessee rea. The biggest is Union City's Goodyear plant, the country's argest radial tire p l a n t . It urns out S3,000 stoel radial Alive And Well Daniel Dugan, right, w h o says the government twice notified his wife that he w a s dead, chats with Rep. Joel Broyhill. R-Va.. about I h e mixups Thursday In Washing- Ion. (AP Wirepholo) Reporter Jailed For Refusing To Reveal Source LOS ANGELES (AP) -Newsman William Fair was found in contempt Thursday for refusing to answer six grand jury questions aimed at, identifying the source of a 1970 story about the Charles Alan son clan. SujHirior Court Judge Raymond Chonte ordered Fair. 39, to r e t u r n lo comi Tuesday for sentencing. However, he said defense lawyer Mark Hurwitz could argue for reconsideration of the contempt citation. Under the law, Farr could be sentenced lo jail for five days for each question he refused to answer or until the grand jury's term expires. In this case, the grand jury's term is scheduled to expire Sunday night, but it could be extended. If the term ends before Farr is sentenced, he still faces the possibility of spending as much as 30 clays in jail -five days for each of the six questions he refused to answer. The grand jury has been attempting to learn who leaked information to Farr in violation of a court order to keep such material confidential. Fair's story, an exclusive published by the Los Angeles Herald Ex aminer, said the Manson clan planned to kill Hollywood celebrities. Farr, now a reporter for the Los Angeles Times, said he re ceived information for his story from two of the six trial law yers. But he has refused to name the individual lawyers saying that would violate hi personal and professional eth ics. Each of the six lawyers has denied in court that he leaked the story of Farr. Dl Save up to 50% on America's Favorite Exec. Slocks Ong. $16 and more Woven fabrics in cotton and polyester, 100% polyester, and polyester blends. Wide variety of colors and patterns. All are in cool, comfortable permanent press summer weights- Men of action love the way these great slacks look lean and stay neat. For lasting quality plus good appearance, it's hard to beat this June best buy! Sizes 30 to 38". Executive Shop--DILLARD'S-First Floor Open Monday Through Saturday 10 a.m. Until 9 p.m. Noffhw*'* Arkansas TIMiS, Friday, Juno 2«, 1974 · Auto Related Plants In Area May Attract VW TRINITY TEMPLE HIM Rolling Hills Drive You CAN F.eel The Difference Sun. 9:30,11:00, 6:00 Wed. 7:00 WHERE LOVE IS SEEN AND FELT! WELCOME! ·es daily, has 2,300 employes d 44 acres under root. The three governors a r e be- ved to have discussed this pability and how to present it any car manufacturer who ight be interested in locating in the United States. All three states front the Mis sissippi 'River, the country's largest inland waterway. There also are barge routes in Ten nessee and Arkansas as a TC- suit of extensive development by the Tennessee Valley Au- Ihority and the Corps of Enji- neers. Meanwhile. Arthur R. Railton, corporate relations v i c e president of Volkswagen of America, said Thursday the firm has checked out 10 or 12 sites For a plant. Recovery Room's Special of Specials! 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