Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 20, 1974 · Page 28
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October 20, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 28

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2D Norlhwost Arkansas TIMES, Sun., Oct. 20, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE. A R K A N S A S TV, Motion '(CONTINUED FROM 1'AGE ID) 'in (Irninn led him in 19-18 lo make his directional debut in the off-Broadway production of |j"Yes Is For a Very Young jjjan," the Gertrude Stein piny in which he had created Hie ISle role as an actor two years K'forc. Kin (he mid-1950's lie won his sipurs as a television director df. resourcefulness w i t h 78 111 v e TV productions on "Matinee Theatre" on the NBC TJplevison Network. His two and i£ half years with the program. oji which a different hour-long pjay was presented five days n? week, gave him invaluable djiectionat experience. Subsequent assignments to direct episodes of "Twilight Zone," 'Waked City," "The Defenders." "Slavery's People" and '^Profiles in Courage" were less Kantic. Officer's Award Goes To 4 AFROTC Cadets Four Air Force ROTC cadets f r o m the University of Arkansas -- including one coed -- have received the vice commandant's award during the summer camp session of 1974. The award iis siven to the cadet in each flight who is considered by the Field Training Officer as (he best cadet in the group. i . · · Winners were · Miss. ,Nancy Dean of Fort Smith- who was at Elgin AFB.'.Fla.; Mark M. Rumhor of BarksdalB AFB, La., who was also at Elgin; Danny Dees of Bentonville who was assigned to Hulburt AFB, Fla. and Randy B'eemster o f ' Forl Smith who spent his lime at McConnell AFB, Okla. Rees To Try Again To Bring Peace To Ireland BELFAST, Northern Ireland (AP) -- Britain's administrator 'or Noi'lhcrn Ireland tries once again next week lo talk the Agree To Draw MOSCOW (AP) -- Soviet grandmasters Anatoly Karpov anct Viktor Korchnoi have agreed to call their marathon 13th game a draw in the world chess challengers round. The 13th game was adjourned Thursday after 96 moves, and (he 14th game ended Friday nlghl in a draw after 30 moves. Karpov and Korchnoi agreed Saturday not to resume play in the 13th game. They are to begin their 15th game on Monday. Karpov leads 2-0 in the series which has seen 12 draws. province's fending Protestant and Human Catholic communities into forming some soii of democratic government 1 . 1 Few rate his propccts as better than gloomy. Merlyn Hees has Ihc.lask of picking up the pieces of Britain's policy in Northern Ireland after a renewed surge of violence claimed 18 lives lasl month. At least three more victims were wounded Saturday in assassination attacks by extremists on both sides, and two bars in Belfast were tombed. One bombing strike was foiled by an unidentified man who yanked 'the fuse from a bomb dumped outside a tavern in North Belfast. Hees. a 53-year-old Welshman, is a neutral in .the feud and consequently unpopular with bolh sides. His rating by Irish politicians after eight months in the job ranges from disappointing lo disastrous. Catholics In the Social Democratic and Labor parly charge him with 1 wcaknes in handling the Protestant strike which earlier Ihis year brought down Brian Faulkner's Protestant- Catholic coalition, a unique experiment iu power-sharing which lasted n mere f i v e months. They charge, too. lhat he has reneged on a pledge -to phase out internment without trial and tried to cover up the extent of injuries in this week's riots at the Maze and Magilligan camps. Protestants in the United Ulster Unionist party are slill hopping mad lhat Rees' boss, British Prime Minister Harold Wilson, accused (hem of sponging on the British taxpayer. They also charge lhat Britain uis been far from lough enough in meeting the insurrection of Ihe Irish Republicah Army, whose battle to merge Ihe province into a union with Ihe Irish Republic has cost more than 1.- 000 lives and uncounted millions in properly damage. Rees' first step will be to publish a policy plan including elections for a 78-mcmhor assembly charged with working out a constitution. The British insist lhat the government which emerges give a share of Transportation For Elderly Is Needed T h e Farmingto'n Elderly Nutrition Program is seeking volunteers' to transport senior citizens lo federally funded meats at the Masonic Lodge in F a r m i n'g t o n , according to Program Director Carolyn Carlisle. Mrs. Carlisle said lhat the free meals, sponsored by tho EGA, are held at the lodge from II a.m. to 1 p.m.. Monday through Friday. She said that workers are asked to donate two hours per week in driving people without cars lo Ihe meals. Volunteers are asked to phone Mrs. Carlisle at 267-3504. real power and responsibility Is he Catholic third of the popu- alion. As guidance, the policy slate- mcnt will include descriptions of governmental systems in other countries which have populations divided by 'ethnic origin, language, or religion. Canada, Switzerland, and the Netherlands are among the examples. The 78 assemblymen, sitting under an independent chairman, are to choose which piece of which constitution might suit them or lo produce Iheir own ideas. The chances for agreement look slim. Two elections this year, both for the British Par-, liament, have shown the two communities to be as far apart as ever and moderate parlies got nowhere. \ You 7 !! Find It All A t . . . SOUTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER SOUTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER HALLOWEEN WINDOW PAINTING CONTEST WE SELL FOR LESS WAL-IVIART Discount City \ S A T I S F A C T I O N \ G U A R A N T E E D / AND By refund or E*honge THRIFTWAY CONTEST RULES 1. First 45 contestants to sign up are eligible. 2. Must be painted in Tempra Colors. 3. No age limit (Soiithgota Only) {Southgate Store Only) - Hwy. 71 South at Hwy. 16 East 1st. PRIZE-2nd PRIZE-- 3rd PRIZE-$10 00 4th PRIZE- *5°° We have 45 windows. Each contestant will be assigned fine window (can work as a pair). Start signing up Mondiy. Deadline for having window painted i: Sat. Noon, Oct. 26. Judging will be based on neatness, originality, composition, and age of contestant. REGISTER WAL-MART STORE ONLY! HURRY -DON! BE LATE! HALLOWEEN JUDGING WILL BE HELD SAT., OCT. 26, AT 12:00 NOON

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