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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Mon., Sept. 2, 1974 rAYETTEVILLI, ARKANSAS Social Security Payments Aid College Students Atlantic Ocean Dump N K W YORK (AP) -- Various ate and federal governmental ·cups have heard evidence ·ccenlly that the nation's big- gest oceanic dump Is In the Atlantic oceanic oft Now York Cily. "About 80 IKr cent of all oceim disposal of municipal Full-time students, 18 ami older who remain unmarried can gel monthly checks until hcy're 22 if a parent gets social security payments or lias died ifter "working long enough under social security. Over 650,000 students 18 and older get social security payments," Mrs. Newsome said 'According to a social security study, G6 per cent of them al- .end college, 2G per cent alleiu ilgh school, and 8 per ccnl attend technical or vocationa schools." About 70 per cent of the stu dents get payments based on deceased parents. Hie stud:, shows. About 18 per cent ge payments 'based on their records of retired parents ant 12 per cent on the records o disabled parents. "You can get intormalioi about payments to studenls b; calling, writing, or visiting an: social security office," Mrs Newsome said. The Faycttevill office is in Ihe Evelyn H i l l Shopping Center. The pbon number is 521 : 8600. Largest Ape House ATLANTA (AP) -- The Yer kes Regional Primate Researc Center at Emory Universil here is the largest such cente in the world, housing more tha 150 great apes and more tha 870 smaller primates. We 1 Mfg. Choice of Many Fabrics sludge, acid and Industrial wastes lakes place olf the coasts of New York mid New Jersey," nn Environmental Protection Agency utiicinl says. Sludge from tha sewage 1 dump site 12 miles offshore lias been detected ns close as two miles fi'tiin some of Lotit! Island's fine beaches. The TIMES It On Top of The Newi Seven Days a Week BACK-TO-SCHOOL CLEARANCE SALE! Bring Your Furniture In and We'll Trade or Come By and We'll Deliver Anywhere in Northwest Arkansas! Choose From Any Fabric in Stock and Save on Reupholstery. Two Week Delivery. Draperies At Lowest Prices in Years! 20 Per Cent Off on Carpet Cleaning! Expert Steam Cleaning in Your Home/ New Carpet At Prices To Sell! CHAIRS $25.00 to $50,00 OFF! CRANMERE SHELVING By Klrieh r CLARK'S UPHOLSTERING DRAPERIES 5600 S. Hwy. 71, Springdale Phone 751-7426 or 751-7427 Cash C arr Y MATERIALS toSOtOFF! I · KB I I Think I Can The little fellow's name is him is his mom, Grelchen. Doc, and waiting patiently tor (AP Wirephoto) Ed Asner To Play Suicidal Cop In 'Police Story LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Edward Asner playing a suicidal cop? The notion perhaps boggle the minds ot TV watchers who know him only as Lou Grant, Mary Tyler Moore's gruff ooss with a soft heart. Asner appears Sept. 10 as a policeman facing the grim prospect of retirement on the season's opener of "Police Sto ry- Offbeat casting? So it seems But the actor played a tough cop in the pilot film that started the "Police Story" series. Before becoming a regular on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" four years ago. he did almost nothing but drama in films and television. This week Asner was working on yet another series. "Rhoda." That's the spinoff of the Moore Show, with Valerie Harper cutting out of Minncapolis-St. Paul for a career and husband in New York. Between rehearsals, Asner talked about his dramatic flyer -- and his life with "Mary. "I play a man who is faced with a common problem nowadays: he has done the same job for 20-25 years and the day approaches when he's got to quit," said the beefy actor. "He my earlier jobs, like metal fin- shing?" . He persisted, borrowing money from his agent to support his wife, Nancy, and their three children. Finally his luck turned sweet again. How long will he continue with "The Mary Tyler Moore Show"? "Unless somebody gets me mad, I see no reason to leave, 1 he remarked. "We're doing some of the best writing America on our show." to worry about things: 1. His age; 2. The fact that he isn't doing his job very well -- something that is impressed upon him by his young, impertinent partner. DOESN'T LIKE FUTURE "He sees what has happened to friends of his who have retired from the force. There is Scott Brady, who is running a beat-up bar. And Tom Drake who has foecome a wino south of the border. The cop doesn't like facing that kind of a fu ture, and there is an abortive Violence Erupts Al Labor Day Celebration NEWARK. N.J. (AP) - A pre-Labor Day picnic has ended in a bloody disorder involving thousands. Two men were shot; two police cars, a fire department car and a motorcycle were burned, and a young girl was run down by a police horse. Authorities didn't say how the ; disturbance at Branch ' Park began, but some suicide." Oddly, it was a police role that helped him land his position as newsroom boss on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show." He played a bumbling chief of police in an Erie Stanley Gardner film that was aimed at a series for 20th Century-Fox. Mary's husband and producer, Grant Tinker, was an executive at the studio and remembered Asner when casting for the Moore series Unlike some actors who havt grown restive in series. Ed Asner is happy with his lot. "Do I find t h e series wearing? Amazingly enough, v e r y infrequently," he said. "Maybe I had a lobotomy or something, but the show still generates a great deal of pleasure." KANSAS CITY NATIVE Ed Asner was born 41 years ago in Kansas City. Kan., went to school there and at the University of Chicago. He worked in Chicago theater, with two years out for Army service in France and played on and off Broadway until 1961, when he emigrated to Hollywood. His luck was uneven. "The year before T played Mary's show I earned $50.000 in TV and films," he recalled. "But that came on the heels t my worst year, when I made only $17,000. "That was a rough year. We had just moved into a new house, and we couldn't sell the old for five months. Then came the rains of 1368, and the back slope fell off my lot. "Twice I looked in the Sun day want ads to see if I could flrni some kind of work -- and 1 got sick. "A lot of the ads were train- Jn( programs, which wouldn't welcome an aging actor. What els* could I do -- go back to Brook police reports indicated the crowd's anger was set off by officers making gambling arrests at the annual event sponsored by Focus, a Hispanic group. Witnesses said, however, that the violence broke out late Sunday afternoon after a girl was trampled by a horse ridden into a crowd by a mounted policeman. A police cruiser sent to retrieve two mounted officers from the crowd stalled and was set afire after it was abandoned, police said. They said firemen responding to i.:.' blaze retreated from oarrage of missiles thrown by the mob. Four firemen were injured, their truck was damaged and a deputy chief's car burned. Two men were shot in the chest and hospitalized, and ru mors spread that the girl had been trampled to death. Offi ciats later announced that she had been treated at a local hos pital but neither her condition nor the name of the hospila were known. Later thousands marched on City Hall and Mayor Kenneth Gibson, who participated in th march, announced he woul meet with leaders of the Puert Rican community today. Gib son said there would be an in quiry into the shootings. Polic said officers had not fired thei guns and said they did no know the origin of the shots. Seven persons were arrestec and later released on recogniz Will Show Slides 0 Vietnam Highlands Dr. Donald Voth will sho slides of ruins in the Vielna Highlands at the Sunda meeting of the Northwest A kansas Archeologieal Society the school in Deer, Ark. The group will convene at p.m ,and the program is sch duled for 2 p.m. at the t o w located about two hours fro: Fayetteville on Hwy. 16. 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