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September 7, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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Northwmt Arkan«» r*VITTKVILL«, TIMES, Sat., Sept. 7, 1974 Th« TIMES It On Top of The Nrwi Scvw Days a W««b Report Charges Government With Desegregation Failures r, 71 HMTH + FAnTTTYHLX * MMM1 NOW SHOWING Op««n 7:30 · Starts 8:05 I'm Donna Rent Me FOR RENT PLUS- WOMEN FOR SALE WASHINGTON (AP) -- A new civil rights report charges that the federal government ias failed to require racial desegregation in Northern and Western schools although its files "literally bulge with documented evidence of violation of ,aws." The authors of the private study warned on Thursday that it could provide the ammunition for a new barrage of law suits against Ihe government and school districts'throughout the North and West. "An early test for the Ford administration is whether it is prepared to respond candidly and firmly to evidence that its own officials are not living up to their legal duties to protect the rights of children," said William L. Taylor, director of the Center for National Policy Review. Taylor blamed the desegregation situation on politica' restraints during the Nixon administration, poor investigative w ! o r k , bureaucratic mismanagement and unrealistic.le- gal, standards required by the Department of Health, Educa lion and Welfare. The three-year study by the FRI.-SAT. BONUS ANGELS WILD WOMEN MALLTMNO Fet. 7:15-9:30 Son. Mat. 2 p.m. (R) "VWOKINGTALd JOE DON BAKER MALL TWIN© Op«n 7 p.m. Fet. 7:30-9:20 Sun. Mat. 2 p.m. "MACON COUNTY LINE" (R) 627*1920 Open 7 p.m. Fel. 7:45 .Frt-Smi. T:30-9:20 Son. Mai BRONS0N haMKHAILWIimtllttT, 'DEATH WISLT; SiKSiO Op«n 1 p.m. Fet. 7:20-9:00 Son.' Mat. 2 p.m. Southerland-Gould AS S*P'Y'S (PG) Gold and Red Delicious, Spigold, Jonathan Excellent Dessert or Cooking All Reasonable Prices ROM'S ORCHARD Old Wire Road North % Mi. beyond Crcsi*over Road. DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketchom enter utilized HEW's own in estigalive files on 84 districls ul of those compliance re- icws. the report said, 52 re- nain open and unresolved even lough they have been pending n average of more than three ears. exasWanls Option 10 Prosecute lacobsen DALLAS (AP) -- The state of 'exas still wants to have the ption to prosecute Austin lob- jyist Jake Jacobsen regardless f any deal he may have made vith federal prosecutors in a :ase involving former Gov. lolin Connally. Federal prosecutors have asked a federal judge here to drop state charges against Jacobsen for the misapplication of San Angelo savings and loan inn funds. The federal prosecutors request came after Jacobsen reportedly agreed to testify against Connally in exchange for the dropping of the Texas charge and a bribery charge in-Washington. Connally has been indicted on charges of -taking money from a Texas-based milk coopera- ive. Jaccosen, a lobbyist for -he .milk firm, agreed to be a witness against Connally. Today In History By The Associated I'rcss I Today is Saturday. Sept. 7, the 250tli itay of 1074. There arc 115 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this dale in 1040, German bombers began the World War II raids against London which became known as ttie "London Blitz." On this dale -In 1533, .England's Queen Elizabeth I was born. In 1812, the French defeated the. Russians in the battle of Borodino southwest ot Moscow. In 1822, Brazil declared independence from Portugal. In 1825, the French hero of the American revolution, t h e Marquis de Lafayette, said his ast farewells to President John Adams at the White House. In 1930, work began on the Colorado River on Boulder *fti CERTAJNLV SPEAK TOH/MAeOUTII* State Speeding Arrests Increase LITTLE ROCK (AP) enty-five per cent of -- Sevall ve- Arklo To Sell Bonds LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- ' A r - kansas Louisiana Gas Co. can sell $60 million dollars in bonds to institutional investors, the state Public Service Commis sion ruled Thursday. Arkla will use the cash to pay off short-term hank borrowings that were made to meet construction costs in recent years. hides at a radar checkpoint on one Arkansas highway exceeded the 55 mile per hour speed limit during the past month, according to a state tlighway Department survey. A Slate Police spokesman said Thursday that the number of speeding arrests on Ar- [IWHATEVERHAPPENEDto[ S-P-E-C-I-A-L [ One of the classiest flicks | to come along quite a while. CONTINUOUS FROM DARK y^\ TR1-CITY ^r PH. 751-8724 STARRING TINA RUSSELL kansas highways increases monthly. "People think we're not arresting speeders, but we are,' said Lt. Ken McFerran of the State Police. "We're wearing out pens writing tickets What more can we do?" McFerran said (hat during the first seven months of 1974 State Police made 53,864 arrests for speeding in Arkansas. During the corresponding 'period in 1973, State Police made 32,287 speeding arrests. The Highway Department's Planning and Research Divi sion has been conducting peri odic speed check surveys since the fuel shortage acute last fall. became so of the' depart relations staff Dam, now Hoover Dam. In 1%3, the government of South Vietnam's president. Ngo Dinh Diem, had hundreds ol students arrested for demonstrations ngiiinsl his rule. Tea years ago: Presidcni Lyndon Johnson opened his election campaign with u Laboi Day spcecli before a crowd of 100,000 in Detroit. Five years ago: The Republi can leader of the Senate, Ever ett McKinley Dirksen, died a' the age of 73. One year ago: Secretary o the Treasury George Shultz ac knowledgcd that the Unitec Stales was "burned" in the 197: wheat deal with the Soviets. Thought (or twlny: There an bad manners everywhere, bu an aristocracy is bad manner organized -- novelist Henr James, 1843-1016. Jim McGall ment's public said the radar checks were conducted at a checkpoint on Inter- slate 30 about 1.2 miles southwest of the Mabel vale west interchange near here.. Another check was conducted Jan. 15, one day after the new 55 m.p.h. speed limit took ef- Drewery Sentenced For Jail Escape Kenneth Dale Drewery of Springdale pleaded guilty in W a s h i n g t o n Circuit Court Thursday to a charge of jail escape. Judge Maupin Cummings sen- lenced Drewery to three years in the state penitentiary. At the time of the July 16, 1974 escape. Drewery was serving a two-year term for Check forgery. The two prison terms will ha served consecutively. Carmen Threatens Gulf Coast Area M I A M I , Kla. (AP) -- Hurrl-c cano Camion moved sluggishly; lorth from llic southern Gull of lexico today and forecasters idviscd residents of a wldo swath of the Gulf Const to keep- uviire of the storm's move-;, itients. "A hurricane watch may bo: needed for a portion of this coastline Friday," forecaster Pnul Hchort said late Thursday.; at 'the National Hurricane Ceil-; :er in M i a m i . Carmen, with sustained winds of 90 miles per lious, w a s or about 130 miles north-northwest' of Mcridu, Mexico, early Friday. : It wus expected to turn north-;, eastward during the day, grad~ ually gaining in forward speed and strong Hi. The path could 'lake it anywhere in an area ranging from" Louisiana to the eastern Florida Panhandle, Hcbert said. IPs! 7 'eel. was m.p.h. On speed The average speed then slightly more than 50 April had 30, the average increased to 52 m.p.h. and on Aug. 8 it was 58. ·The Highway Department also said that 12 per cent of the vehicles ceeding Oct. 9 were ex- 70 m.p.h. speed limit. On the Jan. 15 check, 12 per cent were exceeding t h e ne\y 55 m.p.h. speed l i m i t , while on Aug. 8 that figure jumped to 75 per cent. The department s a i d that during the August check 39 per cent of the vehicles were ex- ceeidng 60 m.p.h. but o n l y eight per cent were traveling faster than 65 m.p.h. Odds Favor Eyel LAS VEGAS. Nev. ( A P ) Sometimes the odds making business gets a little contusing. Witness the mixun over the odds g i v e n by Jimmy "The Greek" Snyder for Evcl Knievel's jump over the Snake River Canyon. Snyder said Wednesday the odds were 3-1 in favor of Knievel personally completing 'the 4.871-foot ride over the canyon in his team-powered "Sky- cycle." A check to see if the odds were the same Tuesday drew the response from a secretary that they stood at 50-50. But a later check showed the secretary was 'talking a"oout yet another set of odds, those Snyder was given that Knievcl would even attempt the jump. JOIN US Sunday for Lunch Marty Mary's COACHMAN Restaurant 1212 N. College--Colonial Village Choice of Four Entrees · A Visit to the Salad Bar · Two Vegetables · Roils Butter · Child's Plate Always $1.25 Bring the Whole Family and enjoy our warm atmosphere. Open Tues. thru Sat. 5 p.m. til 10 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Showing Thru Saturday Open 7:30 · Starts 8:05 THAT NEW BREED OF CAT IS ON A WHOLE JYEW TRIP! ...From junk pile to jet set THE NINE IIVES OF FRITZ TtiE.f»AT --· .n-yn ^8B^»^^wTM aSteve Krantz ytMCm · m American Intematal rduse MEN'S MOVIE BONUS: Gillette TRAC H Demonstrator Razor While Supply Lasls DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 (Channel 8 on cable in Fayettevllle) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 ROAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KTUl, Tulsa, Channel 8 [Channel 4 on cable [n Faytttevl.lel KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, Joplin, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 (Channel on cable in FayettevllM At Bonanza you don't have to eat in the parking lot Drive-ins are nice/For kids. Kids don't take up much room, so they don'tmind thecramped quarters of a car. They don't mi nd if they get ketchup on their clothes and mustard on their nose. They haven't worked all day, so they don'fccrave relaxation. And they love hamburgers. At Bonanza, our parking lot is for parkingypurcar. You leave itthereand have a quiet d inner at one of ou r roomy tables or cozy booths. -"--*·«-- - Instead of hard cement and headlights we have soft wall-to-wall carpeting and indirect lighting. Of course, yourkids can still have hamburgers, but you can have a steak. Don' tyou deserve to h ave what you want to have for dinner? Bonanza _ The family restaurant even a father could love. Bonanzaburger and French fries. $1.19 WithChee»e.'g] 29 Shrimp Dinner"/ $2.29 Hiflhwoy'71 North CAWT.OW AVAIUMt 521-3545 \AARNER CABLE of Fayetteville 103 W. Mountain St. -- Phone 521-7730. Complete Home Entertainment Cable Service All Area Television and . . . FM Radio Time-Weather-Special Events Stafp TODAY starchonnel _ PHONE 521-1730 HEARING AIDS SALES SERVICE Radioear, Eleclone and Acousticon Cords, Batteries and Accessories M. WARD HEARING AID DEPT. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center Fayetteville, Ark. Phone 443-4591 GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out fa Hickory Creek Ret* Ar«4 ·nd dine at THE BARN 264 lift OH Hwy, 71 Steaks and shrimp, homemad* cinnamon roll*. relUhes, and salad*. Family tyl* fish fry Friday. Bar BQ Rita Saturday. Open 5-10 p.Rt. Sat. and Sun. 12 naen'19 fffK, Cloud Won. and Tut". Come we ui at beautiful B«aver Late* If you ittal $300,000 from the mob, H'« not robbery. It's wklde. ANTHONY QU1NN YAPHETKOTTQ A MOVIE FOR $1.00 AND THE WHOLE FAMILY WATCH 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 4333 N. College 44Z-8575 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 MOVIES ON TV Saturday Night 7:00 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -- "Hvel Knievel" (1971) George Hamilton, Sue Lyons, Bert Freed 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6 -- "The Outriders" (1950) Joel McCrea, Arlene Dahl, Barry Sullivan 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "My Gal Sal" (1942) Rita Hayworth, Victor Mature, Carole Landis 11:30 p.m. Ch. 3 -- "The Pit and the Pendulum" (1961) Vincent Price, John Kerr, Luana Anders 11:30 p.m. Ch. 5 -- "Hitchhike" (1974) Claris Leachman, Michael Brandon, Clairborne Cary 11:30 p.m. Ch. 7 -- "Captive Wild Woman" (1943) John Carradine, Acquanelta, Evelyn Ankers 11:30 p.m. Ch. 8 -- "Spencer's Mountain" (1963) OZARK HOME AND GARDEN CENTER S Shrubs · Seeds · Insecticides · House Plants · Landscaping Service 20 E. Township Rd. % Mile West Whit Chevrolet .f, "We Give Yourh Green Thumb A Helping Hand" : Henry Fonda, Maureen O'Hara, James MacArthur 11:30 p.m. Ch. 11 --· "Decision Before Dawn" (1951) Richard Basehart, Oskar Werner Sunday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 5-8-12 -- "Good Times" (1967) Sonny and Cher, George Sanders 10:30 p.m. Ch. 2 "Virgin Island" (1958) John Cassavetes, Virginia Maskell, Sidney Poitier 11:00 p.m. Ch. 3 -- "Lost Command" (1966) Anthony Quinn, Alain Delon, Michele Morgan 11:30 p.m. Ch. 8 -- "The Incredible Mr. Limpet" (1964* Don Knotfs, Carole Cook, Jack Weston SATURDAY EVENING * 6:00 News 2, 3 Big Eight Football Preview . . . . 16 Jimmy Dean ,., 7 Grand Master Chess 11 Hcc Haw 6 * 6:30 Green Acres 2 News 5, 8, 12 Police Surgeon 3 Big Easel H That Good Ole Nashville Music 7 * 7:1)0 Emergency 2 3, 5, 7 Movie .',.,..". 8. 12 All In The Family 6, 16 Carrascolendas 11 * 7:30 Nexus Mash * 8:00 - Ancly William.! Mary Tyler Moore .. * 8:30 Deep south. Deep North ... Bob Newhart ·A- 9:00 Miss America Pageant 2, 3 Oral Robert* at Expo .'74 . . Billy Graham Crusad« 12 11 6, 16 Z 3, 5, 7 6, .. 11 8. 16 5. 7 Barnaby Jones -. 6, 16 -k 9:30 Doctor. Lawyer. Indian Chief 11 *· 10:00 -News 6. 12, 18 Lawrence Welle 8 * 10:30 Movie 6 16 Toma , 12 * 11:00 News 2. 3, 5. 7, 8 ·k 11:30 Run For Your Life 2 Movie 3. 5 7, 8, 12 ·*· !2:00 Classic Cliff Hangers 2 Wrestling 3 MovEe 7 Wacky World of Jonathan Winters 1« * 12:30 Classic Cliff Hangers 2 Don Kirshner'* Rock Concert . . 6 * 12:45 News 12 * 1:10 - Wresllinjj 3 * 1:30 -Soul Train g SUNDAY MORNING * 6 : 0 0 -Party Line Across the * 6:30 Across the Sacred Heart Today's World * 6:45 Davey and * 7:00 BJ's Bunch Music and Search Amazing G Voice of V * 7:15 Pastor's St Wiih This Ring * 7:30 Jabberwocky Gospel Sin Kid Power * 8:00 -Union Resc My Favorit Outreach Fence v Fence a r t orld Goliath the' SpoVen Word '. . . race l/ictory udy , R i n g ( y _ _ _ , g Jubilee Victory e Ufc , . lorn Come 3, Inspiration cue Mission te Martians 2 3 6 j 3 2 6 5 S 12 If) t 12 8 2 5 7 16 a Bailey's Cornels Religious Townhall James Rohison * 8:30 Bailey's Comets Oral Roberts Thy Kingdom Come Billy Jamas Hargis God Squad .......... Herald of Truth You Rex Humbard Evangelistic Temple Gospel of Christ Let The Bible Speak Herald Of Truth Insight .. .. . . . -k 9:30 Lassie's^ Rescue Rangers .... Faith for Today Sou rce . . . . Kathryn Kuhlman Day of Discovery Oral Roberta * 10:00 -Day of Discovery Faith for Today Call the Doctor Oral Roberts 5 8, 5, , , ... . 5 .. 5, 6 Rex Humhard ............... Encounter ............... ..... Jerry Falwell ....... . ...... .. Good News .................. Bookshelf .................... Dialogue I E .............. , , Hour of Power .............. J i m m y Swaggart .. ... if 11:00 Webber's World Other People, Other Places Church Service * 11:30 Meet The Press Church Service ·k 12:00 -Face Ihe Nation One Welcoming Plaec Movie To Be Announced .. Ask An Attorney ... Wrcslllng Evangel Temple * 12:30 Issues nntl Answers . Business Ethics Plan For Action Meet The Press -Suspense Theatre ... ... 2 . ._ 7 ... 3. 5 .6. 12 18 12 id 3 2 7 S S. 8, 12 '.'.'.'.'.'.'. 8 3 6

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