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16 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Won., Aug. 5, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Evangelist Asks Followers To 'Stone' Congressmen By. GEORGE CORNELL AP Religion Writer ;,NEW YORK (AP) -- Declaring lhat the country can't sland "all the dirt and cross fire" of impeaching President N'i.xon, Oklahoma evangelist Billy James Hargis wanls his followers to "stone" congressmen who advocate il. · : l l n his weekly periodical, Christian Crusade, the conservative radio preacher urges that a million Americans mail to those favoring impeachment a small stone wrapped in paper hearing this Bible verse: - "He lhal is without sin among you. let him be the first to cast a stone ..." · Hargis, of Tulsa, recalling the Scriptural episode in which Jesus prevented the stoning of a woman for committing adultery by his statement pointing lip the evil of the Pharisees slf-righteous intent says: / ' 'That bunch of Pharisees in .fesus' lime got Ihe message and so will these modern-day Pharisees who are wilting to sacrifice the country so they KWTf. 71 HC*rH if rAUTTIYlUI + *«-»"* STARTS WEDNESDAY "GATOR BAIT" Starring CLAUDIA JENNINGS NOW SHOWING Feature 8:40 FIRST RUN .TMl,MnHEYand MOOHSHME · ton tr COMES in nccMuu KNOWS BEST! HOT mm HOT CARS HUTHAMX! can achieve their political dreams.".-..:-,,: ,, '. i ..;' Hargis';.^ministry, whose tax exemption has been revoked on the basis of political involvement, recently was re jected by t h e U.S. Supreme Court in an appeal to have the exemption restored, despite supporting briefs filed by major Protestant and Roman Catholic groups that generally disagree with his views. The Rev. Dean M. Kelley, director of the religious liberty section of the National Council of Churches, one of the organizations backing Hargis 1 ap^ peal, says the refusal to exempt Hargis' ministry "could be disastrous for freedom of religion in this country." The outcome, the Rev. Mr. Kelley says, could tend to preclude tax-exempt institutions from t a k i n g a stand on various matters, including pending legislation. In Dallas, Tex., the Rev. W. A. Criswell, pastor of the 18, 0 0 0-member First Baptist church; biggest in the Southern Baptist Convention, says he i giving back "every penny" he has earned in salary during 30 years as the church's pastor. "I have always wanted to do od's work without any kind o nancial reward," says Dr riswell. 65, who already has egun the process of returning is p a s t pay, which totals 600,000. He says the return of the sun ill be completed on his deal! irough his will, but that the. fi ancial commitment to the liurch will not jeopardize th uture security of his family. He has earned other incom irough 15 books, extensive peaking engagements and in 'cstments, but as for. th hurcli salary over the years- low estimated to be about- $25, 00 annually- he says: "I feel I want to give back t he church everything that i las given me so lhat when meet the Lord I can say I dl all of my work freely." Hiroshima Memorial TOKYO (AP) -- More Ilia 10,000 persons are expected 1 jarticipate Tuesday in an ol iervance of the 29th anniversa y of the dropping of the atom c bomb on Hiroshima, th vorld's first atomic attack. The annual goyernmentspon iored ceremony in Hiroshima VIemorial Peace Park will foe Jin at 8:15 a.m., when two su ·ivors of the Aug. 6, 1945 altac vill ring Ihe "bell of peace" fo minute of prayer. That wi be 29 years lo the minute sine :he attack. First-Time Author New 'Cook 7 For Apple's Way John Furls (right), new producer of television's "Apple's Way," talks with Ronny Cox of the cast during production. The family show was doing poorly in the ratings l a s t season, but Furls hopes hU changes -- making the family more believable and down-to- earth -- will revitalize it for the fall season. (AP . Wire- photo) · , . Except For Highlight Package Canadian Football League Telecasts Canceled By JAY SHARBUTT NEW YORK AP) -- We now have World: Football League ;ames on TV. Soon we'll have National Football League play. What about the Canadian Football League games scheduled lo appear on Ihe tube this summer? , That deal .was'called o f f , not primarily because of WFL competition, 'but because of the economy and a shortage of sports advertising dollars, says the firm that has televised CFL play for U.S. viewers since 1972. Marly Rosenblatt, : an executive of Ralrriar Sports Productions, Inc. here, said his company planned to start its 12- game CFL schedule on June 26 and end it Nov. 25 with the CFL's Grey Cup championship game. : "We had to throw in the towel about a week or so before June 26 and convert the series nto a CFL highlight package," he said. He. referred to a half-hour film ; series about this season's action. He said the series, which will run 13 weeks, will be syndicated, and start appearing in the United States the first week in September. He said the s h o w / i s Ifeing sponsored by the Canadian O l y m p i c Coin Committee, which he said hopes to sell proof coins from the Royal Ca- ladian Mint and defray some Canadian costs for the 1976 Olympics in Montreal. . ., . ; . Interest by Americani.stations in CFL play 'was down 'from last year, when Rosenblatt said 93 U.S. television'. stations carried the games. This season, he said, only 65 were on the roster. Even so, he said, "we felt we had a reasonable station lineup. But some clients.that had committed themselves found themselves in a dollar jam" and bowed out. "We were in a unique situation, considering that.once we were the only, football game 'in town during the summer,""h'e said. "In fact, I'm sure we probably planted the seed for World Football two years ago." This year the economy wa ight and its effect "had jus started reaching Ihe Raima clients. They had just so man dollars to spend. And an Amer can football package appeare more atlraclive than a Cans dian football package. Suddei ,y, we appeared like soccer." Dylan Signs Contrac LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Sin er-songwriler Bob Dylan he signed a long-term contra with Columbia Records, ti company thai sold millions his records when Dylan fir became famous. I r w i n Sagelstein, CB Records president, said cq tract agreement with the year-old singer was reached Saturday after two days of n gotiations. Sa'gelstein-didn't a nounce the terms of Ihe co tract but said it was "lo term." Jeffrey Konvilz To Write And Produce Film LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Jet- ey Konvilz decided in college at he wanted to be a movie oducer. He got jobs with ree entertainment companies, ly to have each of them under. The young attorney conuded: "I'd belter write a and then the studied will Dme to me." Nothing seems impossible hen you are young, and it all appened to Konvil?, as he had oped. -His novel, "The Sentiel," will be. published in Octp- er,' and Ballantine Books paid 200,000 for the paperback. Universal bought the screen ghts if it bcomes a big best eller. What's more, I told Univer- al I wouldn't sell the book un- ss I was able to write the cript and produce the pic- ure," said Konvilz. "To my mazement, they agreed. This is the first time that a fsl-time aulhor has been llowed to write and produce he film from his own novel." Wrong. Actor Tom-Tryon did willi his hit novel, "The Oth r." At any v rate, Konvitz. is quite n achievement, and no one is appier about it than Jeffrey ·Convitz. I wanted to make it while Stale See* 400,000 New Job Openings LITTLE ROCK (AP) - - Al most 400,000 job openings wi develop in Arkansas betwee 1970 and 1980, Ihe stale Em )Idyirient Security Division ha )redicted. According to an ESD repor ;4 per cent of the openings wi be caused by normal replace merit needs and the remainde by growth. The report also said severe occupations are expected to b short of qualified workers b 1976. J. Merle Lemely, ESD ac ministrator, said occupation expected to have significan employment needs by 1976 i elude secretaries, bookkeeper carpenters, machinists, tool.ah die makers, automobile mech nics, truck drivers and cooks. The continuing growth of 1 bor needs and a resulling d cline in unemployment w bring" tolal employment in A kansas to about 826,950 worke in 1080, the 'ESD said. That a 24.7 increase over the 663,3 workers recorded in 1970, tr report said. as still in my 20s," ho said owingly. "I turned 30 two ys ago." Tall, good-looking with an bundance of nervous energy, onvitz described his .round- bout route to sucess. Born in Brooklyn, and reared i Woodmere, Long Island, he the son of a New York fund aiser for charities and the emocralic parly. Jeff was in his junior year of remed at Cornell Uiiiversily hen he "woke up one day and ealized, 1 hate t h i s ; Why hould I spend all my time lemorizing facts? I want to link.'" He shifted to political philoso- ly and in his senior year de- ided that film making was his estiny. But how to do it? He oted thai many important fig- res in the film business were .wyers, so he enrolled at Co- umbia Law School. His first job as a lawyer was 'ilh a talent agency. He be ame enamored with the wheel ng-dealing. world of movie eals, but- his education was in errupted by .a retrenchment al ic agency. ' Jeff had learned enough owever, to put together a ilrr vith one of his .former clients 'atrick O'Neal. He filmed "Si ent Night, Bloody Night" fo $295,000. It .did well in theaters md was recently sold to-CB? or $300.000. He set up his own firm in his pecialties of entertainment in dustry and .offshore property aw. He got back -inlo.'show Business - sort of - as counse 'or the Jerry Lewis mini-theate chain. Recognizing the pro-car iou nature of the company, Konvil worked far into the night on suspense novel. On the : day the Lewis enter rise wont bankrupt, he'landed job with MGM, moving to' Culver City as a production ex-" culive. It was akin to shifting rom the Tilanic Id the Lusi- ania. . . . - Wi'hi'n a year MGM had shut' own its distribution arm. Ex-' culive heads were beginning o roll. . The end came soon at MGM,; mt by lhat time he had sold: 'The Sentinel" to Simon and chusler for $3,000. He 'devoted ull lime to rewriting the novel, lis bank account dwindled to_ 300 when news came of the pa: lerback deal. Belleville Marshal Shot While On Duly DANVILLE, Ark. (AP) -- An investigation is continuing into the wounding of city Marshal Jerry. Harness of. Belleville early Saturday while he was making 'a routine check of a traffic. violation on Arkansas 10, Sheriff Carlos Mitchell of Yell.Coun-. ;y said. Harness, 32, was shot-once in :he left a r m , after he stopped two men in a late model car about 1 a.m. , . : He said he pulled in behind the car on the right.shoulder of the road and started walking toward the car from 1 behind when the driver pointed a pistol out the window and fired a round of shots-at him. Harness said lie immediately went, for cover as the car sped away. . " Harness was treated -and released at a Danville hospital. ; Mitchell said he currently has no leads and no suspects in the case. -- C O U P O N I I I FOR THE FAMILY . . Ken's Pizza Parlor 409 WEST DICKSON 3 F ° R · ·· · · Order Three Pizzas - Pay For Only Two! · This Coupon Redeemable at KEN'S in Fayetteville B 1821 Green Acres Rd. Fayetteville, Ark. 443-5267 908 W. Sunset Springdale, Ark. 751-1001 Valid Thru Sun. Aug. 4th -- PLUS -- W\RNER CABLE LAW BREAKING, TAIL SHAKING GUN TOTING, WIDE OPEN AMERICAN GIRLS! of Fayetleville 103 W. Mountain St. - Phone 521-7730 Complete Home Entertainment Cable Service DOUBLE FEATURE FHOGRAM All Area Television and .. . .' FM Radio Time - Weather - Special Events Sun. Mat. 2 P.M. (PC) Peter Fonda -- Susan George ^ ^^=5^=====^;^=-- 3 SHOWS NITELY CONTINUOUS FROM DARK DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTiW, Tulsa, Channel 2 (Channel S «n cabl« In Fayelttvllle) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Channel 4 on cable in FayettevUTe) KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, Jopfin, Channel 12 · KUH1, Joplin, Channel 16 : (Channel 9 on cabl* In Fiyettevllk) flpen 7 Fet. 1:20 "·; 5:20 TM Sandra .Matinee 2 I'.Jl. One lor All -- All for Fun Sun. Mat. Z p.m. i:alrf (PC) BARBARA STKIESAND Baled (B) Hwr ' T1 "'* " OU1M WLU gun. 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