Thursday, September 5, 19f4 (ARK.) STAR Page Eleven Moore Bros. $£ <& We Accept Your Food Coupons ^ * kw '\t* .1 j^ ^ j_ Serving You Since 1896 GALLON JUG SWEET MILK Arkansas escapee to surrender today POUND SACK RED POTATOES 89 GOV INSPECTED FRYERS 47 LB GALLON JUG BUTTERMILK •BMMB DRY SALT FAT BACK BMHHi^B FARM FRESH LGE WHITE EGGS $1 29 79 C DZ TRAY-PACKED SLICED BACON 89 c LB BORDEN'S MELLORINF mawM^M 12 OZ. PACKAGE SKINLESS WEINERS 69 •••••••i 69 c PKG PURE PORK SAUSAGE NO. 1 HOMEGROWN SWEET POTATOES 89 LB GENUINE CALF LIVER ••••••••••••i BIG ASSORTMENT FRESH COOKIES FRESHWATER CATFISH MBHMBI PARTY TIME BOLOGNA •••••••i MEATY PORK NECK BONES •HHHMM BUTTERMILK BISCUITS BMBBIIBB MEATY PORK RIBS 9 LB IB TUCSON, Art*. (AP) — Aivifl tygern the Tucson truck driver wanted for escaping from an Arkansas prison six years ago, was to surrender to sheriff's deputies here today. But Tyger' doesn't plan to return to Arkansas to complete the prison term he began as a teen-ager without a fight. Lawyer John Aboud Sr. said a writ of habeas corpus petition challenging the extradition will be filed in Pima County SuperU or Court shortly after Tyger turns himself in. Tyger probably will be freed on bond or on his own recognizance after sur rending, the lawyer said. "We are preparing for quite a heavy battle at this point," Aboud said. "We want to test the necessity of him having to go to Arkansas." Tyger, 26, fled Arkansas' Cummins State Prison Farm in 1968, moved here to live under the name Bobby O'Brien, married and has a 2-year-old daughter. The Federal Bureau of Investigation caueht up with him last spring. Since Arizona Gov. Jack Williams signed the extradition or* der Friday, Tyger has received support from an estimated 6,000 ' persons who signed petitions asking clemency from Arkansas Gov. Dale Bumpers, and from the Tucson mayor and city council. Williams repeated Wednesday that he will not reverse his decision to extradite Tyger, saying the matter is now in Arkansas' hands. But Tucson Mayor Lewis Murphy commented after a meeting with the governor that "Williams is very sympathetic toward Tyger" and said he too would write to Bumpers urging clemency. Meanwhile, L. Wymand Keith, who served time at the Arkansas prison farm, arrived here Wednesday to support Tyger. "If Tyger goes back to Cummins," he said, "he won't be bothered by guards while the story is still in the news. But after awhile, he'll be worse off than ever." ROUND UP OF... Viennese complain about Jewish camp VIENNA, Austria (AP) — A former home for nuns has been turned into a heavily guarded transit camp for Soviet Jews on their way to Israel, making its Viennese neighbors fearful of Arab terrorist attacks. "I know the Jews have to be housed somewhere," said one woman. "But why do they have to come next door to us?" She and others in the housing development in Vienna's Sim- .mering district said they were kept unaware until a week ago that the emigre camp was to be established in their neighborhood.. Workmen on the building would not say what they were doing. Some of the people thought the place would be an orphans' home. 'But then last week all of a sudden they started building a wall around the house," said one woman. "Next thing the barbed wire was there, and one morning by the end of the week huge Red Cross signs were painted on the roof." Guards armed with submachine guns protect the camp, which is operated by the Austrian Red Crossn and police patrols in the area have been increased. One resident said checks are made on people moving about the area at night. Austrian officials said precautions are being taken to protect the neighborhood, but many residents still aren't satisfied. Beginning in 1964, Jewish emigrants leaving the Soviet Union by train were taken for processing to the isolated Schoenau Castle 70 miles south of Vienna. It was rented by the Jewish Agency, and 70,000 Jews went through there. Then last September a group of Arab terrorists took three Jewish refugees and an Austrian border guard hostage, and the Austrian government ransomed them by closing Schoenau. In November, the government set up a temporary transit camp at the Woellersdorf Barracks, on the outskirts of Vienna. But neighbors there also complained that they were being exposed to possible terrorist attacks. Tennessee., Kansas girls take 1st honors ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — A co-ed from Tennessee who has been singing since she was 4 and an 18-year-old cheer leader from Kansas snared the first honors in the Miss America Pageant. Miss Tennessee, Deborah Humphreys Kincaid, won the talent competition, and Miss Kansas, Karen Diane Smith, topped the swimsuits field in the opening night of preliminaries Wednesday. Preliminary winners also will be chosen tonight and Friday, and 10 semifinalists will be picked for Saturday night's televised finals for the title of Miss America 1975. Miss Kincaid, 21, a Memphis State University senior from Humboldt, put a lot of "life" into the medley of songs she sang. The titles were "Once in My Life," "In My Own Lifetime" and "This Is My Life." She was the first of 16 state queens to perform her talent, and that didn't faze her. "I was first in my local pagenat, first in my state pageant and first here. I like being first," explained the green-eyed blonde, who sang on the Ted Mack Amateur Hour 11 times in her youth. She sang the same medley on a televised College Girl of the Year contest in April, in which she finished third as Tennessee's representative. For winning a preliminary here, she and Miss Smith were assured $1,000 scholarships, with the possibility of winning up to $15,000 in scholarships as Miss America. Miss Kansas, a striking 34-2434 brunette is just graduated from Shawn Mission Northwest High School, where she spent four years as a cheer leader and gymnast. Did she have any qualms about parading down the Convention Hall ramp in her apple green bathing suit? She replied, "Not particularly. It's somewhat unnerving, but it's worth it." Miss Smith, who will do a jazz and arcrobatic dance in talent competition Friday, has been a cheer leading instructor as well as a dance teacher with 40 pupils in the past four years. Miss Tennessee said she usually goes through various psychological stages just before she performs, ranging from nervousness to a build-up of excitement which is released when she signs. 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