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September 15, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

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Club's Slogan Is loose As A Goose' PARK RIDGE, III. (AP) -The Retired Young Executives Club of Park Ridge has no officers, dues, Jobs, telephones or mtiney. .., , ."\ '!0ur slogan [s 'Loose as a Goose' ind'.we pursue the fine art:c[ ; doing nothing," says a "fwinderr John Calef, 77, a retired chemist. "An applicant must be retired and If he should start · working regularly again he is out. And you really don't have to be an executive -- we have _.n from carpenters anc plumbers to bank presidents." The 50 or so members of the all-male club, average age 73 meet for luncheon once a week. Calef said sometimes "we com mensurate with members who have' a lot 'of stock and .arc seeing the bottom falling out ... Or we exchange informa tion that could be .useful to each other about such things as medicare or Social Security FREE INTRODUCTORY LECTURE on TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION Monday, September 16 8:00 p.m. Fayetteville Public Library TM allows a person to gain more energy, clarity of mind, and develops creative intelligence.' . ; . ' · Open 7 p.m. Fet. 7;15. i:25 Sun. Mat. 2 p.m OpenT Fet. 7;10-9:25 San. Mat. 2 p.m. NEXT: "SUMMER OF '42 Elements Of Spy Thriller Witness Security Program. Has By JEFF DAY and RICHARD J. MALOY TIMES Washington Bureau WASHINGTON - It goes nder the innocuous name ot Illness Security Program but Justice Department opera- ion has all the elements of a clional spy thriller. There are safe houses, faked ocumcnts, secret cross-country rips to throw off potential pur- ucrs and finally a new life, afe from fear, for people who lave lived under the threat of lolent death. The Witness Security Program is a major weapon used iy the U.S. Justice Department n its war on organized crime. It is designed to induce insl !ejo to testify in court a'gainst heir criminal companions in return for assurances that the vitnesses will be protected rom retribution by underworld assassins. Lastest beneficiaries of the inique program were Silious iuddleston, 65. and his daughter, Annette Gilly, 34, whose estimony helped convict those responsible for the slaying of nsurgent United Mine Workers Jnion leader Joseph "Jock" Yablonski, his wife and daugh- ;er. Last month in open court a Washington County, Pa. judge put the two witnesses on probation, and later that day the father and daughter dropped out of sight -- permanently. Today, somewhere in America, the people who used to be Silous Huddleston and Annette Gilly have embarked on new lives. They have new names, new backgrounds, and .forged documents provided by the government to back up their new identity. PAIR VANISHES Huddleston, an ailing former coal miner and minor UMW official, no longer exists, Nor does Mrs. Gilley, his daughter and the wife of one of the :-^WY7 Mi / SUl Open 7- CHARLES Sun. Mat. 2 p.m BHQNSQN "DEATH WISH" |R / ' He'* Judge, Jury and Executioner MALCO lw ,' r love itetT t»- 6310920 Bpfred two motion Pictures, "Frlenda". IB Fet. 7:15-9:00 Sunday Matinee 2 p.m. THE INFLATION FIGHTER MONDAY Through FRIDAY 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m CHICKEN FRIED STEAK Reg. 1 . 5 9 -- . N O W . . . . . . CHOPPED SIRLOIN Reg. 1.79 -- N O W DIET SPECJAL Reg. 1.89 -- NOW. $1.39 $1.59 $1.59 DURING SEPTEMBER The family restaurant even i father could love. · 2356 N. College, Fayetteville Phone 521-35*5 ;ificates. Social Security cards. This "documentation" process costs about $1,000. One of the 94 U.S. marshals, or one of the 1,600 deputy marshals, then goes to the place the witness is to be moved to. Living quarters are obtained, and potential employers w,ho can be trusted are approached. The employers never learn the real name'of their new workers, and are told only that he Is a witness who needs his identity protected. Furniture and other belongings of the witness are moved to the new location. In transit, it stops at a marshal's office, is put into another moving van belonging to a different corn- pany, which takes it to the ultimate destination. The witness and family members usually are flown to "destination unknown," with several plane switches to throw off pursuers. The are discouraged from talking to anyone about their past. The cannot communicate directly with any friends or relatives from the past. Any communication is by mail Letters go to a marshal's office then to a second office, before they finally ariive at their des in at ion. DEBTS.REPA1D Any debts the witnesses had are paid prior to re-location It the witness had no money .he government paid and mus je re-paid. Until the relocated witnes starts work on a new job, he can receive up to $1,080 month in living expenses from the government. The entire re-location proces triggermcn ·murders. in the Yablonski Behind them are the corrupt and Byzantine politics of the mine workers union under its former administration and the raw violence of the Kentucky- Tennessee coal fields where Huddleston lived. Ahead is a chance for a pro- uctive new life, a job, and takes about a sometimes it month, thougl longer. One the witness has a job, th Sovernmenl payments end ani ie is on his own. Rice says most relocated wil nesses stay out of trouble. On one occasion, -.a · witnes blew his cover. He was relo cated a second time, Anothe time a witness got into troubl with the law. The governmen did nothing to help him. Such cases are rare. Most o the 1,200 relocated governmen witnesses lead average lives, i average towns, with a secre most important, safety from revengeful persons bent on destroying them. Exactly where they were relocated and what they are doing will never be disclosed by the Justice Department. But Christian H. Rice, a spokesman for the U.S. Marshals Service, provided a general description Df the operation of the Witness Security Program. Previously conducted in a small way, the program was g r e a t l y expanded under provisions of the Organized Crime Control Act of 1970. In the past five years about 3,000 persons (1,200 witnesses plus family members), havs be^n relocated and given new lives under the program. When federal prosecutors convince an insider to talk, and to testify, the witness is put in protective custody. There are a number of "safe houses" around the country for this purpose, equipped with powerful outside floodlights, intrusion dectectors and surveillance systems. Some 35 important witnesses a r e currently residing in .such "safe houses" while waiting to testify. NEW PERSONS After testifying, a special bureau in the U.S. Marshall Service's office creates new identifications for the witness and members of his family who are to be relocated. There are new drivers licenses, birth cer- only they know. The elaborate program is ilized only when the govern- cnt has no other way to crack important case. Richard A. Spragiie, the ecial prosecutor who handled e Yablonski probe, said that thout the testimony of Hud- eston and Mrs. Gilly "there as no way" he could have evicted higher ups in the plot murder Yablonski. TRIO SLAIN Yablonski, his wife and aughter were shot to death in anuary 1970 only a few weeks ter he had failed to unseat A. "Tony" Boyle in an ection contest for the UMW residency. FBI agents quickly rounded p the three triggermen in the ase, along with Huddleston and "rs. Gilly. the ant the But Sprague said that "this case could never satisfy the ends of justice if we prosecuted only the people who were paid thugs...the puppets, not those who initiated crime." In May 1972 Huddleston anc Gilly told all they knew, and agreed to testify. Their confessions led to the arrests o: various UMW officials am finally to Boyle, who was con vicled last spring in the murder plot. Since the Yablonski slaying reform elements led by Arnolf Miller have captured control o the mine workers union. Ouslci UMW President Boyle, who is appealing viction, is his in a as a result of murder con federal prisoi his conviction for misusing union funds. 15c Ib. Ida Red Rome Beauty Dwarf Trees Fruit is Clean, Well Sized, Easy to Harvest Sal., 10 a.m. Sun. 1 p.m. Also for Sale Red Delicious, Gold Delicious and Spigold -- All Grades ROM'S ORCHARD Old Wire Road North Vi mile beyond Cross-over Road. NOW SHOWING Opens 7:30 · Starts 8:00 AYITTIVILLI, ARKANSAS orthwwt Arkansas TIMES, Sun., Sept. 15, 1974 '· 3B Al Young To Speak At UA Al Young, a poet and novelist, | ill visit the campus of the niversity ot Arkansas this :ck under the auspices of the e p a r t m e n t o f English's reative Writing Program. Young will present a public :ading of his work Wednesday i room 102 of the Commum- ations Building at 8 p.m. The ubiic is invited and the read- g is free, according to Miller Williams, professor of English. Young also will meet with asses in the graduate level rcative writing workshops and ·ill lalk with students in the rogram about their work uring his visit to the campus. Young is a professor ot cre- tive writing at Stanford Uni- versity in Palo Alto, Calif. He s the author of two books and :hree novels. He is represented in several anthologies of contemporary American poetry, as well as in major collections of contemporary black writings. A native of Mississippi, Young is married and has' a son. This appearance is the first this academic year of several featuring top names in American poetry and fiction, Williams said. Other writers scheduled to visit the campus Wagoner (October are DavitJ 23); Fred Chappel (October 30); Verljn Cassill (November 6); Charles Bukowski (January 15) and Jane Cooper (April 2). ·|n=YILlE « «U 3 U NOW SHOWING Open 7:30 · Starts Dusk Anthony Quinn in "ACROSS 110th STREET' UNA RUSSELL "MY FIRST OPPORTUNITY TO REAILY LET MYSELF GOI I WIN! C R A Z Y A N D LOVED IT. Tina Russell Fiomhtrbn!.»l!mfl took "PORNO STAR" CONTINUOUS FROM LONELY WIVES DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 (Channel 8 on cable In Fayetteville) 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 FayettevHfe) KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, Joplin, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 (Channel 9 on cable In F«yeUevllle) O WARNER 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 McLariy Named Chairman Of Demo Committee HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) -Mack McLarty, a Little Rock advertising executive, was elected chairman of the state Democratic Committee here Saturday. The election came at the conclusion of the 1974 state Democratic Convention which was attended by more than 2,400 delegates and alternates. There had been early opposition to McLarty because the advertising firm with which he is associated is backing elimination of the constitutionally established 10 per cent interest ceiling. However, no objection was raised to McLarty at Saturday's election. McLarty had the support of the party's Democratic gubernatorial nominee, David H. Pryor. McLarty had served as Pryor campaign treasurer. McLarty said he would work hard to insure that the Demo cratic party remained a party of the people. He said many people had left politics after the Watergate incident. However, he said others like himself had decided this was the time to become more involved in politics and he said the party should encourage others to join. Other officers elected were: Nancy Baker, vice chairman; slate Sen. Robert Harvey of Swifton, second vice chairman; Buddy Benefield, secretary; and Mickey Cissell, treasurer. HEARING AIDS SALES SERVICE Radioear, Elcctone and Acousticon Cords, Batteries and Accessories M. WARD HEARING AID DEPT. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center Fayetteville, Ark. Phone 443-1591 Starchonnel -- PHONE 521-7730 Fry CiulJtan vadwoF privacy. The b«t in *· bu *1nw. hto can record any betw*«fl two p*opW So far, thrM peep)* ara daad H of him. Conversation A MOVIE FOR Ifl.m Au THE WHOLE FAMILY 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound Z333 N. College 442-8575 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 751-7961 GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory Creek Rec. Ar*. ind dint at THE BARN 264 E»i off Hwy. 71 Sfe.fcf and »hrimp r h«memad* elimamtfl falrl. reHihef. and Mladi. Family »tyte fish fry Friday. Bar BQ Rir» Satnrdiy. Open 5-10 p.m. Vat. and Sun. 12 nooit-19 p.m. C(oi«d Mon. and Tufc Come K* ut at beautiful Beaver Lake, MOVIES ON TV Sunday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -- "Fiddler on the Roof" (1971) Topol, Lennard Frey, Paul Mann 10:30 p.m. Ch. 2 -- "Destiny of a Spy" (1969) Lome Greene, Rachel Roberts, Patrick Magee 10:30 p.m. Gh. 5 -- "Journey to the Center of Time" (1967) Scott Brady, Gigi Perreau, Anthony Eisley 11:0.0 p.m. Ch. 3 -- "Somebody loves Me" (1952' Betty Mutton, Ralph Meeker, Robert Keith 11:00 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Man on the Flying Trapeze" (1935) W. C. Fields, Mary Brian, Kathleen Howard Monday Night' 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "The Glass House" (1972) Alan Alda, Vic Morrow, Clu Gulager OZARK HOME AND GARDEN CENTER · Shrubs .· Seeds · Insecticides · House Plants · Landscaping Service 20 E. Township Rd. V, Mile West Whit Chevrolet "We Give Your! Green Thumb A= Helping Hand" Wrong Date SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) When th» date was chosen for Marin County Day at the California State Fair this year the county supervisors were invited to attend. But, alas, it was I their regular meeting day. SUNDAY MORNING * «:00 Party Line Across the Fenca * 6:30 Across the Fence Today's World Sacred Heart .. S:K -Davey and Goliath * 7:00 Faith For Today Search Music and the Spoken Word .... Amazing Grace Voice ol Victory * 7:15- Pastor's Study With This Hind * 7:30 Human Dimension Goober and the Chost Chasers Jabbenvocky Gospel Singing Jubilee Voice of Victory Thy Kingdom Com. 3. * 7:45 -Hymns of Inspiration * 8:00 Make a Wish My Favorite Martians Union Resuca Mission Outreach · i Religious Town Hall James Robinson t..,«..'j Day of Discovery * 8:30 Bailey's Comet* Oral Roberts 5, Thy Kingdom Come », God Squad . Billy James Hargir. Herald ol Truth * 9(09 - Ask an Aliorney ...'. Boyce Davis , Evangelistic Temple Gospel of Christ .."..,. Let The Bible Speak Herald Of Truth You Hex Humbard * 9:30 Look up and Live Lassie's Rescue Rangera .... Kathryn Kuhlman Day of Discovery «... Oral Hoberts if 10:00 - DayofDiscovery Encounter Faith for Today Call the Doctor Bex Humbard · Jerry Falweli Oral Roberts * 10:30 Jimmy Swaggart Bookshelf Hour of Power -,,;.., Good News Dialogue 16 i * 11:00 - NFt, Game of the Week .. Webber's World Church Service 3. 5, 6 * 11:30 Meet The Press Church Service SUNDAY AFTERNOON * 12:00 NFL Football Cleveland Cincinnati Teen Twlk NFL Football Washington New York Film See the USA Tanletalk .. 16 .. 12 ... 8 ... 7 ... 3 . S, 6 .. 16 ... 8 ... 2 . 12 ... 5 ... 6 ... S 12, 16 . 2, 7 Z, 5, 1 All My Children S ?lan For Action S k 1Z:30 Issues and Answers 8, 12 NIT, Pre-Game Show 16 Meet The Press 3 * 1:00 Movie 3 College Football '74 12 NFL, Football Philadelphia vs St. Louis 16 Championship Fishing * 1:30 Movie 2'10 -Action '74 2:30 -Wally's Workshop :, 3:00 World Open Golf Championship 2 NFL Football * Evangel Temple NFL Football Dallas vs. Atlanta 8 Festival ol Family Classics Great Amerocan Dream Machine 11 Fishin Hole 12 * 3:30 Issues and Answers Movie ... Country Place NF1. Football Dallas vs. Atlanta in Progrft Happy JacJc and Helen Eye to Eye if 4:00 -Old Settler Show Golden Hurricane Highlights , Man Builds, Man Destroys ... _ World Series 2 3, 5, 7 Women's Pro Tennis ir Video Visionaries 1 Frank Broyles: Football ! Book Beat ,, 5:00 -American Life Style Country Carnival CBS News Retrospective .. [nternational Performance Gentle Ben ·lews r 5:30 - v^reen Acres Journey to Adventure .... fews Lawrence Welk SUNDAY EVENING * «:M Animal World Zoom Wild Kingdom Oklahoma Forum News * «:5« Apple's Way Texas Wheelers Journey to Japan ... World ol Disnejr ... ,, 7:00 Columbo .Evening at Pops ... * 7:30 Kojak Movie Movie * 8:M Mannix Masterpicca Theatre .. · :« Firing Line * 9:30 Happy Days Mahcoe's Scene Beaver Lr.kc San ford and Son ... Bobby Goldaboro ... 16 11 ... 3, 6, 7 2 5 ... 6 16 .' 12 11 2, 3. S. . 2. 3, S. 7 II . . . . 6, 16 7, 12 ,.. S, 8. 12 - , . 6 16 .'. 11 Movie , High School Football Highlights Jim Frazier: Football Johnny Carson Bobby Goidsboro .'. 10:45 -* ew n : ob - ' 11:15 -- OSU Football Highlights Virginian VIovie ne of tho Game * lt:30 Beaver Lake Virginian 2. 9 ... 8 ...16 .... 7 .... 3 . 5 12 Social Security .., 5 Sarred Heart 2 Christopher Closeup t MONDAY MORNING 6:30 --SMS Forum -· 3 Farm-Ranch Report 5 6:35 Inspiration 2 " 6:'10 News 1 6:50 -Light ot Life J Today In Agrleultuia ' * 6:55 Harvest Time Tabernacle 5 Moments of Meditation ........ 8 Project · * 7:08 Country Music Time -- 8 Timmy and Lassie 12 CB Newa 8. 16 Todny 2. J. S. 7

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