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Victim's Mother Sues 2 Officials For $1 Million LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The mother of one of the two Pulaski County Jail inmates who drowned recently while on a work detail at the' Pulaski County Penal Farm has tiled a $1 million suit in U.S. District Court. The suit was tiled Tuesday by Gertrude Burns of Little Rock against County Judge Frank Mackey, Sheriff Monroe Love and their bonding company. The suit alleged thai the · drowned youth, Vernell Johnson, 16, of Little Rock, 'had been sentenced June 1 to 3C days for a misdemeanor assault and battery conviction arising out of a public school incident. Mrs.:.Burns charged, that it had :been illegal for Mackej aiid Love to require or allow her son to' work at the Pena Farm since it had been closet by court order Jan. 31. 1 . M r s . Burns' suit said her son had been "required" to work a the Farm and as part of the work had to enter the Arkansas River at a time when the Army Engineers had warned persons to stay out of the river becausi of unusually swift . currents Connolly Won't Soy SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) - 'orme.r Treasury Secretary John Connally, when asked it nilk fund allegations have hurl iis political career, replied: 'Oh well, let's just wail and see." The former Texas e»v ·· alked to reporters Friday after speaking at the annual convention of the State Bar of Texas. Asked if he had been hurt, 1 Connally said; "I don't know hat I have," and refused to discuss the case further. Sources have said that Texas Lawyer Jake Jacobsen has of- Vfed to testify that Connally received $10,000 from a dairy cooperative, ' Associated Milk Producers, Inc., for helping the co-op win a boost in federal ·nilk price supports. Connally has denied the charge. BBC To Present Biographical Dramas In July By JAY 5HARIWTT AP Television Writer NEW YORK (AP) -- 1 know the British Broadcasting Corporation seems to have given American public television a permanently stiff upper lip, but we must be brave and maintain the watch. Particularly Sunday lllMliliraiillllllllfflflBIHIIll HI HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL Girlfriend Wants More Than Mom's Errands «^ night, That's when the BBC again Mackey has said he is using only volunteers for the jobs at the Farm. Mrs. Burns asked $600,000 in actual damages and $400,000 in punitive damages. Freddie Lee Tidwell, 22, of North Little Rock drowned at the same time as Johnson. Authorities said that on the day of the drownings, both men had decided to wade in to the river and had ventured too far. Officers quoted witnesses as saying Tidwell became frantic and grabbed Johnson, dragging both under water. lights up our public TV system, this time with the first .of four biographical dramas :-- all from a series called "The Ed- wardians" -- we can inspect each Sunday this month. . The. opening show, "Lloyd George,",is an excellent start. It's about the ambitious, patriotic rogue who rose from lumble Welsh beginnings to become a major force in British government in the early 1900s and whose work led to England's present social welfare system. . . . . . Most televised dramas about Great Men are monumentally dull exercises in costuming and posturing. Not this number. It's DANCE SAT. NIGHT, JULY 6th 9 P.M. to MIDNIGHT TONTITOWN KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HALL Music by Gatewood PUBLIC INVITED Couples Only $4 Per Couple rare historical breathes life one of those sorties that throughout. And as the show amply illustrates, Lloyd George was a fascinating human, an affectionate family man whose love knew no bounds, particularly those of marriage, a born negotiator, a political intriguer, a charming egotist with a strong social con- SMORGASBORD science. Much of the credit for [he. show belongs to playwright Keith Dewhurst, who ' sketches Lloyd's character with a keen eye and ear, blending compassion with a fine-honed sense of the ludicrous. And Anthony Hopkins, widely praised for his acting in ABC's "QB VII" this year, is brilliant in his portrayal of Lloyd George; likewise Annette Crosbie. who plays the longsuffering Mrs. George. The three other dramas in this July mini-series will concern British music hall life -July 14: the two men who created the Rolls-Royce empire -- July 21 -- and, for :he July 28 finale, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, creator of Sherlock Holmes. Rap: . When I first met my nqy- 'riend, I thought his folks' we're .he greatest. His Mom taught me a lot a'bout housekeeping, etc. But she's wearing out her welcome. Everyijme we walk inlx the aouse, she .has. a long list xf things fo do or errands to run; Like she says, "As long as you're going that Vay, can you pick . up . thess groceries for e.r*. . Sometimes he's late because he "was helping his Dad clean the garage." Or he can't come over because his folks have planned a trip with him. Since he's going into,-college lllis --September -and L will- be away from home (and me), should think they'd ease tip on h i m . and let · us be together while we can. . When I get mad, my b.f. says "Cool it.". He thinks if I lovet him enough I wouldn't min( running errands with him o: being with him while he works. Have you a solution for a guy who loves his imposing parents? -- Errand Girl E.G.: - . Since your b.f. is living a home, you can't expect him t forget household -.duties. (Aric honest.--- -thejs don't; seem-, tot much.) : Either give a little under standing or-get out now i f - y o don't feel you can sharer you guy for . a whils .with -hi parents. "--Sue : -. Jear.E: . . - . · You say, your b.f.'s Mothe s "wearing out her-welcome. Maybe it's .the other wa around. '.Remember, he'll also b leaving his folks, come Septom her, so don't begrudge them' little- of his time!" -- Helen LUNCH ALL THE PIZZA Now Mon. thru Fri. 11-2 AND SALAD YOU CAN EAT Also Mon., 5-8 p.m. All locations $145 1 Bring the Kids -- Only lOe Per Year of Age. 314 South School 2325 North College Highway 68 West, Springdale Kaye Honored SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -Citing Danny Kaye's "concern for the welfare of children," the International Association of Lions Clubs has awarded the comedian its highest honor. Kaye was presented with the Lions' Humanitarian Award during the group's international convention . here Thursday. Among past recipients of the award are Dr. Jonas Salk, developer of the polio vaccine, and comedian Bob Hope. The award cited Kaye's work as the United Nation's Childrens - Fund representative when the organization won tiie Nobel Peace Prize. Dear Rap: . : ,·":· -, :; '. Please, once agalii.^c.OHld, yo give us "the h'iirne'and addre of the place you write to : that you can donate-your hot or your organs to 'science, aif death? -^ The Twelve Of Us. Dear Twelve: .Write to .The Living Ban International, P.O. Box 67- Houston, Texas, 770(15. Th nonprofit organization will se you the . necessary forms a The TIMES;:Is On ._ Top of ThVN»W*:- ; Seven Days a Week! icr information. -- Helen And e ap: Youth Bones Up On Anatomy At Seattle Zoo SEATTLE (AP) -- Eleven year-old Tom Zimmerman wants to be a.veterinarian, so Northw»'»1 Arkemwj TIMES, Sot.,. July 6, 1974 AYlTTIVILLf, A R K A N S A S _____ he's been boning up on anatomy. For the past We have a problem wtie lives xt door to me. She's Chinese; d speaks nothing but her irent's language at home, hey'.ve been- in this -country ly a - little while, and slie esn'l understand our lang ts of "mistakes.' She does dumb things, like ughing when she shouldn't, er conversation is terribly dull usually' about herself. She's cry shy, and we're about her nly.i'friends,' which makes it ad .because she tags along with s'f' and 'Everybody ·, knows iree's a crowd. She gives us fts. tries to imitate us - it's mbarrassing. j What makes it bad is she's ) grateful. We can't be mean, ut how do we ease o f f ! -- wo With A Tagalong wo: This girl probably hi si months he's spent every Satur day assembling the skeleton o Duke, a giraffe.- The 14-foot, creature, whic died in 1970 at Seattle's Wood land Park Zoo, now towers ove the crowd at the Seattle Centc where it is on display. Unvci ing ceremonies took ;plae Tuesday. ·Zimmerman was the yourtj est of 20"slu"denls involved i .he project. It began whin Wa ,er Simon, a radio talk sho lost, started a drive, for v'blun* leers to patch, up i iold~DukeTJie; hones were ' preserved by zookecpcrs who thought them too valuable to throw away but who lacked fluids to reassemble them. The Seattle Science Center helped finance the project and an ad in its newsletter. One student said their oi'igi- bother and tries Cojgrave Supports British Peace Plan : LONDON (AP) -- The Prime crnment's new peace plan fwr Minister of the Irish Republic, Aam Cosgrave, lias announced lis support o[ the Brilish gov- Britain's Health Service Hits Snag LONDON (AP) -- The British government today settled a dis- p u t e - o v e r fee-paying private palienls that- had threatened to paralyze the country's free government-run hospitals. 'Social Services Minister Bar b a r a ' C a s t l e said that after 12 hours of negotiations the Na tional Union of Public Employ cs,- representing hospilal por ler's," cooks, cleaners'and somi nurses, had agreed to call off protest n vat e he s make up-for it with gifts and ctions that only embarrass ou. What she needs is one good ersonal friend who will take ime lo leaeh her .American lays; If il can't be either of ou, then maybe your summer ehoor -counselor · can steer her oward a more understanding irl friend (or tutor). -- Sue. Dear Two: . : . Look: Why don't you make his girl your group project fir he summer?. In two months you could Americanize" her - and by fall agii*ist patients she'd be ready to branch out on her own. , . When you make teaching her i game--, and watch your fan- astic progress -'you may discover this was the best summer your, lives.. -- Helen. nal guides for the reassembly were a photograph of a bow's skeleton and an 1818 sketch of a giraffe's skeleton. : But by sketching Duke's, .surviving mate Duchess, and." with some technical advice frgni a 3oeing structural engineer .and rom Tom's father Dr. Gary Zimmerman, dean" of science and Seattle. Uni-. versity, the bones were assembled in . proper order 1 , and . the task completed. . . . . . . . ; Young Zimmerman .enjoyed the project and, learned a lot, but he's not done with skeleton assembly. Rotting, in his backyard are a rabbit, a crow and five mice. treatment o in some 20 Mrs. Castle added that senio hospital doctors had also with drawn : their retaliatory threa to refuse cooperation with th health service if the privat patients were sent ou.l of th public facilities. Britain's national health serv ice provides Iree medical scr ice, but patients can obtai more luxurious service and pel sonalized ; treatment in th health service hospitals by pas i n g f o r it.' · " · · · " · . The union had demanded tha private patients be treated i n'h'ate hospitals, cbmplainir they" 1 Were g e t t i n g 1 privilege use of national health facilitie /Mrs".'' Castle' promised speed' Up' he!"'plan- to phase -pr vate patients out o f ' nation lealth'service hospitals, whei .hey occupy 4,500 b'e'ds or abo 1 per .cent "of-" the total. orlhern Ireland. His announcement Friday lol- wed talks in London between" ish Foreign Minister Garret tzgerald and the British rnin- ter for Northern Ireland, Merj n Rees. Political sources said rlier the Dublin government os angry that Britain had ublishcd the proposals without ohsulting the Republic. The plan calls for a . coiv itiilional convention of .'.Ulster esidents to come up with a ew constitution within, six lonths. It stipulates only" that ic formula must include p.owe? haring between Protestant? nd Roman Catholics, have thq ipprovnl of the British "parliament and recognize Protestjmt- ominaled Ulster's " elationship" with the Republic, vhich is mainly Catholic. Militanl Protestants toppled lister's first real power-shar- ng executive ifi a political strike last May. The new plan was welcomed jy moderate Ulster politicians, Vut militant Protestants ob- ectcd to the requirements for lower-sharing and recognition of a special link with the Re- lublic. The Roman Catholic- jased Irish Republican Army las been silent on the proposal so f a r . A youth was found fatally wounded on a sidewalk in Belt fast with bullet wounds in ths stomach, police reported today. A spokesman said lie was found in the Shankill Road Protestant stronghold near its border with the staunchly Roman Catholis Falls Road orea. * The death was the l.Mlst known fatality in fiv'e years of guerrilla warfare between ithf province's Protestants and, Rv man Catholics. And on top of his grandparents' woodshed on Camario- Island is the carcass of'a-seal found dead on the beach. THE DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM -- 1st RUN -- 3 SHOWS NITfLY CONTIKUOUS FROM DARK HUT DELIVERS] CALL 521-3O11 Now Open qt 11:00 a.m. !HX THEATRE presents THE BEST OF BROADWAY Nostalgic moments from great Broadway Revues of tha past. Great fun! JULY 5 and 6 BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN For Reservations Phone 575-4752 Box Office Heurs: 1--5 Daily 9-12 Saturday The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week «£·'.) JusTASHOirr *v^3 DRIVE AWAY! 8MI.SO.OFHARBISO N. ARK. DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 [Channel I «n obl In Fayettevllle) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pitlsburg, Channel 7 KTUI., Tulsa, Channel 8 (Channel « en cable In FiyettwMd KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channtl 11 KODE, Joplin, Channel T2 KUHi, Joplin, Channel 16 !Ch»«r??l 9 on Mble !R r«»sl*»«n!«» ' NOW SHOWING CABLE TELEVISION NBC-CBS-ABC etv TV JACK NICHOLSON means lough.,. the Bogart tradition. FAYE DUNAWAY means tender... ... in the Bacall tradition. ROMAN POLANSKI means suspense .. ... in the "Rosemary's Baby" tradition. Together they mean "CHINATOWN"...the most exciting film oi the year. WftLT DISNEY ^ PRODUCTIONS' CS mrt. 11 KOJTM NOW SHOWING ^^ · · ·^··^w^^v^v B BEDFORD THE WAY WE WERE CMUW* ntIWSi»lSIS!M iH »««SI»S1(-S»I*E( KXUW i ACADEMY AWARD WINNER! MSTSUrWINGAClRtSSfEtaHetkarl AFFUHKOVlCHPflOOUCTKyi ABE FREE MALCO CINEMA e Open7:W Fet. 7HO and 9:15 Sun. Hut. 2 p.m. -LATE BONUS- . . - · ) - Time · Waathar - Music 9 Channels-J=M Radio AH on "The/Cable" WARNER CABLE cf Fayettevill* Phone 521-7730 OZARK HOME and GARDEN.CENTER: (Formerly Brown Seeds) ; FOR YOUR GARDEN -- SHRUBS . --SEEDS -- INSECTICIDES . As well as ferrariums potted plants FOR YOUR HOME -- SHELVING -- PLYWOOD -- PANELING We cut fo your specifications Pay only for what you need. 20 E. Township Rd; Vi Mite West Whit Chevrolet Phone 442-5311 MOVJES ON TV SATURDAY NIGHT ; : ; 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8 "12 Hauntsjof Hie" "'Very Ri?h". (197.2) V _ · = -..-.·: Cloris Leochman, tlcyd Bridges, Tony Bill. 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2, 3, 5, 7 "A Thousand Clowns" (1965) Jason Robards, Barbara ; Har.ris, Barry Gordon. 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6 "Forbidden Planet" (1956); ; - . . ' :Walter Pidgeon, Ann Francis, Leslie Nielsen .. . 10:30 p.m. Ch. 8 "Wells Fargo" (1937) .-..'-. . : Joel McCrea, Frances ,Dee/ Bob Burns : : · ! :10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 "Out All Night" (1963)'^' " : Slim Summerville, ZqSu Pitts. 11:00 p.m. Ch. 2 "The Eagle and the Hawk^' (1950),;:. . John Payne, Dennis O'Keefe, Rhonda Fleming. 11:00 p.m. Ch. 3 "The Fall of the Roman Empire" (1964) Sophia Loren, Stephen Boyd, Alex Guinness. 11:00 p.m. Ch. 5 "Shootout in a'One-Dog Town" (1974) Richard Crenna, Richard Egan, Slefanie Powers. 11:00 p.m. Ch. 7 "The Americano" (1954) Glenn Ford, Frank Lovejoy, Cesar Romero. 1:00 p.m. Ch. 12 "The Hunters" 0958) Robert Mitchum, Robert Wagner, May Brill. .'. . 1-2:30 p.m. Ch. 7 'The Wolf Man" (19:41)ton Chaney, Evelyn Ankers, R.qlprr Bellamy. SUNDAY NIGHT .7:30 p.m. Ch. 5-8-12- "The Silencers" (1966), . Dean Martin, Dalidh Lavi, ^telld Stevens 10:30 p.m. Ch. 2 - "Lucy Gallant" (1955) Jang Wyman, Charlton Heston, Thelmo Rifler 10:30 p.m. Ch. 8 -- "LeS Miserables" (19'55) Michael Rerinie, Debru Pager, Roberl Newton 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Never.Too Late" (1965) Paul Ford, Maureen O'Sullivan, Connie Stevens 11:60 p.m. Ch. 3 - "Houdini", (1953) Tony Curtis, Janet-Leigh: - · · : "'· ' 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 2333 N. College 442-5TS Buy Your Carpet Direct From.. The Local People That Make It., Where You Get The Best And Save The Most. : Lawrence Carpet Mills, Inc. SPRINGDALE, ARK. HIGHWAY 68 WEST 751-7981 BR'ER FRAN'S IE) "For A Good Time Tonight" S " NEW SUMMER HOURS: OPEN 7 P.M. to MIDNIGHT MON. thru SAT. ENTERTAINING WED. THRU SAT. -. XEPEC--from Tulsa, Okla. Wed. and Thurs.--Ladies' Night EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER FAYETTEVILLE 521-0303 GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory Creek Ree. Ar*» ind dine at THE BARN 2C4 tail off Hwy. 71 sieaks and shrimp, homemadt cinnamon rolls, relishes, and safadf. Family style (ish fry Fridjy. Bar BQ Ribs Saturday, Op«n S-XO p.m. Sat. and Sun. 12 noon-10 p.m. · Closed Man. and Tu Come s«e us at beautiful Beaver SATURDAY EVENING : ·*· fi:00 -News 2. 3, 5. 12 Jimmy Dean -.. 7 Grand Master Chess '. 11 Proud Country 16 Lawrence Welle S Hee Haw 8 Brian Keith .'.. 2 Police Surgeon ..;.'. 3 Treasure Hunt 12 Dragnet 5 Big Easel II I've Got A Secret .- 16 That Good Ole Nashville Music 7 * 7:00 All 1,1 The Family 6, 16 Carrascolcndas ..; 11 PartridRe'Family ; ;:... 8, 12 Emergency 2, 2, S. 7 *· 7:36-- . Movie t. Yt Mash 6, Lord of the Universe 11 ·k 8:00 -- ' " ' Movie .' 1. », 5, V Mary Tyler Moore , Ifl * 8:3(1 -· Impeachment of Andrew Jackson .- ' : W 8, 12 e. 16 I 1, . 6. Bob Newhart «. fJwen' )( M7r*l-,-" Barnaby Jones . * 9:30 -Eagle * 10:00 .-News «. », 1! ·*· 10:35 -News Movie ····· Chopper On 11:00 Movie ,, 12:311 -Don Kirshner'i Recli Concert . Movie Wacky World of Jonathan Winlers * 1:00 -Bread of Life * 1:15 -Run For Your Life .,,. Wrestling . . : . . . . : SUNDAY MORNING ·*· 6:0»- . Party Line , ··· 16 Across !he Fence * 6:30 Across the Fence Sacred Heart :..:. Today's World ... 5, 7 .... 2, 3, S, 7. 12 6 : 4 5 Pastor's Study 8 With Ihis Ring 12 Davey and Goliath 3 * 7:00 Music and the Spoken Word .... 2 Search -..'. 6 Faith tor Today 16 Outreach .. . . . . . : * Kid Power .· 12 Amazing Grace 3 Voice of Victory'....:.. f ..' 7:30 Gospel Singing Jubilee 6 Encounter IE Osmonds 12 Voice of Victory This Is the Life · · · · · · - , Thy Kingdom Comi ,... i Hymns ot Inspiration ....,,'... ·k 8:00 - Bftiley'i Comete . . . , . loligLOua TownhaU ...... Revival Fires fames Rohison ;.. Day of Discovery 8:30 --. Oral Roberts · Amazing Chan Thy Kingdom Come 3illy James' Harris God Squad . . Herald of Truth 9:00 You Rex Humbard , Evangelistic Temple Gospel of Christ -Let The Bible Sneak ...-, Herald Of Trulh Insight *' 9:30 .,-_".·';" Source ,' Marshall Efron*a Sunday Kathryn Kuhlman . . . . . , Vision On , Day of Discovery Oral Roberts ....'...,.... ·k 10:00 -- ' Billy Jamu Hargll .... Failh for Today ., Call the Doctor .'.'. 5 8, 12 ...... 7 3 ral Roberts lex Humbard Revival Fires Jerry Falwell .. 5 6 Ifi . . . 8. 12 }ay of Discovery ......, v · ·k 10:30 -Bookshelf « dialogue 16 ,-.1t Hour of Power ·...»( t Jimmy Swaggart ; 9 NFL Action'14 T. ,,· 11:00 -Church Service 3, S ,«, 12. M Webhcr's World 1 Other People. Other Places ...... t * 11:30 -Church Service .-···'§ Meet the Prcsj 3, V ,, 12:00 -- : Evangel Temple 9 Ask An Attorney :..... 1 Baseball Pre-Game Show .. », !* ,WresllinB :...... T Plan For Action » Songs of the Wildwood'.i 1? * 12:30 - ' .' 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