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2 · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Saturday, Oct. 5, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS ' Hawaii Demos Hold Primary Elections Today HONOLULU, Hawaii (AP) A light three-way · race in I he Democratic gubcrnnlorinl primary commanded most of t h e attention today in Hawaii's primary election. Acting Gov. George R. Ari- yoshl, 48, Honolulu Mayor Frank F. Fasi, 54, and attorney Thomas P. Gill, 52, were nearly even in pre-election polls in the race for the Democratic nomination. The winner was expected to have a strong advantage over the Republican nominee in this heavily Democratic slate. Businessman Randolph Crossley, 70, was favored to defeat newcomer Joseph Hao, 5 f l, for the Republican gubernatorial nomination. Democratic Gov. John A. Bums, C4, is retiring because of health after 12 years as the state's chief executive. Sen. Daniel K. Inouye, 50, was unopposed for the Democratic nomination. He faces only token opposition from the eoplc's party in his bid for a ird term. Hep. Spark Matsunaga was lopposed and Hep. Palsy ink was favored lo defeat eorge Carter in other Demo- ·atic primary races. NOW SHOWING Open 7:00 ·» Starts 7:25 Vigilante,city style- judge, jury, and executioner. A FVOTOunt Rrtise wr*Q DC IAURENTJ13 Preset CHARLES BRONSON aa MKHAHLWIflNLB !*m "DEATH WISH" SCHPICD " CoIIegiates Jaffe Elected AMSTERDAM (AP) - Dr. eonard Jaffe, deputy adminis- ator of Ihc U.S. National eronautics and .Space Agency, as been elected to a one-year erm as president of the Inter- alional aslronautical Feder- lion. Jaffe was elecled unani- jously Friday at the feder- ,ion's 25th congress here. Red Delicious, Yellow Delicious, Spigold, Ida Red, Rome Beauty. In all grades while tupply lasts, ROM'S ORCHARD Old Wire Road North · V* Mi. beyond Crossover T Sun. Mat. Open 7 P.M. Fct. 7:15-3:20 ULLMJ Pel. 7:20-9:25 Sun. Mat. 2 P.M. WILLIAM HOLDEN KAY LENZ SftWZV Fet. 7:20-9:20 Uc Return of The Dragon Ills last performance is his best! TECIMCOIOR- p^- Sun. Mat. 2 P.M. I-- HELD OVER (PG) MR.MAJESTYK Open 7 Oowmoy 7:25-- Prof. 9:02 Sat. Sun. Mat. 2 P.M. CowBoy Walt Disney's flbseht-m*ncfefprofes!op At Bonanza you don't have to eat in the parking lot. Drive-ins are nice. For kids. Kirls don't take up much room, so they don'tmind the cramped quarters of a car. They don't mind if they get ketchup on their clothes and rmi stard on their nose. They haven't worked all day, so they don't crave relaxation. And they love hamburgers. At Bonanza, our parking lot is for parking your car. You leave itthere and have a quiet dinner at one of our roomy tables or cozy booths, "-- " Instead of hard cement and headlights we have soft wall-to-wall carpeting and indirectlighting. Of course, your kidscanstillhave hamburgers, butyou can have a steak. Don't you deserve to have what you want to have for di nner? Bonanza _,,_ The family resfaurant even a father could love. The Happy Place With well-stocked shelves in he background, Jerry Biir- jcss, left, and Wayne Thompson pause to survey their new ·store, the Christian Grocery n Anchorage, Alaska. T h c now supermarket offers a prayer room for employes and "The Happy Place" where mothers can drop off their children to play while they are shopping. The store is founded on Christian principles and will be closed on Sundays. (AP Wlrcphoto) Bonanzaburgerand French fries. $1.19 Shrimp Dinner-/ $229 Hifihvray7l North CAHRy-oui XV/JUBIE 521-3565 Now Showing Robert Redfoid 'Jeremiah Johnson" Co-Hit GARY GRIMES OAIXHSOO. LATE BONUS cRyan O'cNeal Alternative Service Failures Prosecuted CAMP ATTERBURY, Ind. (AP) -- A Defense Department spokesman says deserters taking part in ' President Ford's condilional amnesty program may be tried in military courts if they don't fulfill their alternative service. "Under the Uniform Code of Military Justice . . . if a false statement to obtain discharge is given Ihe military, control can continue under the code," Martin H. Hoffman, general counsel for the department, said Thursday. He said that if the military can prove a deserter did not intend to fulfill his alternate, service, he can be prosecuted. The clemency program requires deserters to report to their local Selective Service board within 15 days after discharge from Camp Afterbury to work out alternative service requirements. Meanwhile, Army official confirmed Thursday that Camp Afterbury might soon be closed because fewer deserters than Ford's Schedule WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Ford will make 17 out-of- town appearances, most of a political nature, between next Monday and Nov. 2, White House spokesmen say. In releasing a list of the scheduled apearances Thurs day, the office of Press Secretary Ron Nessen said additional trips will be announced later. The schedule: Oct. 7, Burlington, Vt; Oct 9, Philadelphia: Oct. 10. Detroit; Oct. 16, Kansas City, Mo., Lin coin, Neb., Rapid City, S.D and Indianapolis. Oct. 19, Greenville-Spar latiburg, S.C., Greensboro N.C., and Louisville, Ky.; Oct 22, Oklahoma City and Cleve land. Oct. 24, DCS Moines, Iowa. Melvin, III., and Chicago; Nov I, Portland, Ore.; Nov. 2, Sal Lake City. expected were turning them selves in. "We're still studying the pos sibility of returning the oper alien to Ft. Harrison (in In dianapplis) should the scale o operations here reduce appre ciably," said Maj. John T. Ka" lunki, amnesty spokesman. Saxbe Plans Tough System For Criminal Prosecution WASHINGTON (AP) -^ DIs- rict attorneys who have tested quick and tough system Tor irosccullng habitual criminals all it n promising weapon gainst rising national crime ales. They delivered that reiwrt 'hursday to Ally. Gen. William J. Saxbe, who plans to imple- icnt the system in 10 cities as lie Ford administration's first [fort to deal with the increase n crime. Saxbe conferred with prosc- utors who administered the ystem in the Brooklyn and ironx sections of New York 3ity and with other criminal ustice authorities as the FBI ssued new statistics showing till another boost in the na- ion's crime rate. Tlie FBI said the volume of erious crime rose 1C per cent n the first six months of 1974 compared with the same period a year ago. Brooklyn and Bronx prosecutors said top-priority prosecution has produced a high conviction rate and long prison sentences for repeat offenders. The system works Ibis way: After arresting an individual }olicc review liifi past record ol arrests and convictions. If the individual lias several rcceni offenses, his case would' be ns signed to a special team of prosecutors Uiat would press :he court for a swift trial and a larsh sentence. The prosecutors would inform the judge about the defendant's past record. The primary target is the violent offender. The high-priority cases now come to trial in 75 days, while it sometimes takes two years to try other defendants handlec routinely, he added. Bronx Dist. Ally. Mario Me rola said that 97 per cent of the defendants- channeled through the special system arc con victed. The rale could be a? low as 50 per cent with routine treatment, he estimated. Without special handling cases often collapse as wit nesses die, move away or for get what they saw while wait ing years for a trial, the prose cutors told reporters aftei meeting with Saxbe. The system also has encour aged judges to impose longe prison sentences, they added Merola said the average for de fendants given special treat ment is almost 10 years. The new FBI figures for tin crimes reported to slate and lo cal police showed that the up surge that began in late 197 onllmted through the first halt f this year. ; The property crimes of bur lary, larceny and auto theft ose 17 por cent, compared 'itli a 2 per cent decrease for ic same period Last year. ', Larceny, which includes sucH iiings ELS shoplifting and purse? Hatching, increased 20 per ent, tiie highest of all seven ategorics measured. Murder was up 5 per ccnt; : ape 8 per ccnl, robbery 5 pcj ent and assault 7 per' cent. ': Broken down ! by region, the louth led with a 21 per cent ivcr-all crime sXirge. followed ly a 15 per cent increase in veslcrn slates, 14 por cent in lorth central slates, and 12 per :ent in northeastern states. " By population, cities of mor* han one million recorded a nodesl 6 per cent crime Increase while those with fewer han 10,000 residents reported a 25 per cent boost. ; In rural areas, the increase vas C ner cent and In the sutf- irbs, 2t per cent. * Two Big Banks Lower Prime Lending Rate NEW YORK CAP) -- Th« First National City Bank of New York and the Bank of America, the country's two largest, have eased back their prime lending rates of a percentage point from a record high 12 per cent. The new rates go into effect Monday. In reducing their prime rates to 1H4 per cent, the two banks along wilh some smaller banks, follow the lead set last Wednesday by the Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. and the Chase Manhattan Bank when they lowered the rale Ihey' charge their biggest and bcsl cuslomcrs for borrowing money. Although not direclly linked to the costs of personal arid small business loans, prime rale movement is often an in- dicalor of Ihe direclion of other loan rates. The smaller banks reducing their prime rales included the Mercantile Trust Co. of St. Louis, the National City Bank of Cleveland, the First National Bank of Cincinnati, United California Bank and North Carolina National Bank. DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulsa, Channel 2 (Channel 8 en cable in FayetUvillel KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulso, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulsa, Channel 8 (Channel 4 on cabfe In FayettevtH*) KOED-TV (ETV), Tulsa, Channel 11 KODE, Joplin, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplitt, Channel! 6 (Channel 9 on cable In r«y«t«vllle) O WXRNER 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 Sta*? HEARING AIDS SALES SERVICE Radinp.ir, Electdne and Acousticon Cords, Batteries and Accessories M. WARD HEARING AID DEPT. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center Fayefteville, Ark. Phone 443-4591 TODAY ON - Staifhi BUSTING With ELLIOTT GOULD and ROBERT BLAKE 8 MOVIES .$6.00 PHONE 521-7730 MOVIES ON TV 1975 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound Z353 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 751-7M1 GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory creek Rac* Area and drne at THE BARN 2E4 East off Hwy, II Steaks and shrimp, homemade clnnamen rolls, relishes.-and salads. Family style fish fry Friday. Bar BQ Ribs Saturday. Open 5-10 p.m. fat. and Sun. 12 noon-19 p.m. Closed Mon. and Tut*. Come see us at beautiful Beaver Laic* Saturday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 2-3-5-7 ·-- "Charley Varrick" (1973) Walter Matlhau, Joe Don Baker, Felicia Farr 10:30 p.m. Ch. 5 -- "The California Kid" (1974) Martin Sheen, Vic Morrow, Michelle Phillips 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6 -- "The Mark of Zorro" (1940) Tyrone Power, Linda Darnell, Basil Rafhbone 10:30 p.m. Ch. 8 -- "The Appoloosa" (1966) Marion Brando, John Saxon, Anjanette Comer 10:30 p.m. Ch. 12 -- "Youngblood Hawke" (1964) James Franciscus, Suzanne Pleshette, Mary Astor 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Picture Mommy Dead" (1966) Susan Gordon, Martha Hyer, Maxwell Reed 10:45 p.m. Ch. 2 -- "Bangari" (1955) Richard Erdman, Victory Mclaglen, Richard Conta 10:45 p.m. Ch. 3 -- "Ride the Wild Surf" (1964) Tab Hunter, Fabian, Shellp Fabares 10:45 p.m. Ch. 7 -- "The Grass Is Greener" (I960)' Gary Grant, Deborah Kerr, Robert Mitchum 12:i5.a.m. Ch. 7 -- "Mons'ter on the Campus" (1958) Arthur Franz, Joanne Moore Sunday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 8-12 -- "The Last Picture Show"*" (1971) Timothy Bottoms, Cybill Shepherd, Jeff Bridges 10:30 p.m. Ch. 2 -- "Enchanted Island" (1938) Dana Andrews, Jane Powell, Don Dubbins 11:00 p.m. Ch. 3 -- "Detective Story" (1951) Kirk Douglas, Eleanor Parker, William Bendix 11:00 p.m. Ch. 5 -- "The Great Niagara" (1974) Richard Boone, Michael Sacks, Randy Quaid 11:00 p.m. Ch. 16 -- "Million Dollar legs" (1932) W. C. Fields, Jack Oakie 5, 12 .. 11 SATURDAY EVENING * 6:00 News 2. Accion CViEcano Lawrence Welk 8 UFO I... 16 Jimmy Dean 7 Hee Haw 6 * 6:30 Beat of Life 2 Melc Hawaii '. 11 Dialogue '71 5 Koriiak .' .. L2 Police Surgeon '.... 3 That Good Ole Nashville Music 7 if 7:00 Evening at Symphony 11 New Land Emergency All In The Family ... * 7:30 Friends and Lovers * 8:00 People's Business II Movie 2 3, 5. 7 Kung Fu ' a. 12 Mary Tyler Moore . 16 8, 12 .. 2 3, 5, 7 .'....:. 6, 16 16 * 8:30 -Bob Newhart 16 if 9:00 Nakia 8. 12 Carol Burnett 6, IE) * 10:00 News 6, 8, 12, 16 * 10:15 News 2. 3, 5. 1 ·k 10:30 -Movie 5, 6, S, 12, 16 * 10:45 Movie 2, 3, 7 *1Z:W Social Security 5 * 12:15 -Movie 1 ·k 12:30 Soul Train 8 Don Kirshner's nock Concert .. 6 ·k 12:45 - ClBssIc Cllft Hangers 2 *1:00- News v 12 SUNDAY MORNING if 6:00- Party Line 2 Across the Fence ·· 3 if 6:30 -Across the Fenco 6 Sacred Heart 3 Today's World It if 6:45 Davoy and Goliath 3 if 7:00 Faith for Today 10 Music and the Spoken Word .... 2 Search 6 Amazing Grace 3 Voice of Victory 5 * 7:15 Pastor's Study 8 With This Ring 12 * 7:30 Human Dimension 2 Goober and the Ghost Chasers 12 Jabherwocky · 10 Gospel Sing Jubilee 5 Voice of Victory 8 Thy Kingdom Come 3, 5 Hymns of Inspiration 7 if 8:00 -Make a Wish 12 ... 1R 5. 6 , 8, 12 .... 2 .... 7 .... 3 Union Rescue Mission 5 My Favorite Martians ,. 16 Outreach ',., K Religious Townhall 2 James Robison 7 Day of Discovery .. 3 if 8:30 Bailey's Comets Oral Roberta Thy Kingdom Come · · · Billy James Hargis .. God Squad Herald of Truth * 9 : 0 0 Ask nn Attorney 2 Boycc Evans 12 Rex Humbard .." '.... 5, 6 Evangelistic Temple 8 Gospel of Christ 15 IvCt The Bible Speak 3 Herald Of Truth 7 if 0:30 Look Up and Live 16 Sportsman 2 Lassie's Rescue Rangers 12 Kathryn Kuhlman 8 Day of Discovery 7 Oral Roberts 3 if 10:00 -- Day of Discovery , Faith for Today Call the Doctor Oral Roberts Rex Humbard , Encounter , Jerry PaHvell * 10:30 Good News Bookshelf Dialogue 16 Ko'u r of Power Jimmy Swaggart if 11:00 -NFL Game of the Weftk Webber's World Church Service 3, 5 ,* if 11:30 -Meet The Press Church Service if U:00 Directions Baseball Plny-OH/NFlJ Football 2, NFL, Football: Washington Cincinnati * 12:30 Issues and Answers ...--... Pro Tennis , . .. 8 ,'... 2 ... 7 ... 12 ... 18 ... 3 . 7 .. 6. 16. . 8 · . S · ... 7 ... 2 12. 18 . 2 7 . 8, 12 3 5, T .- 9, 1« . 8. 1Z .... 11

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