Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 7, 1972 · Page 2
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·· Nortriweit Arkanuu TIMES, Won,, Aug. 7, 1972 , FAYITrKVILLK, ARKANSAS To Circle Globe ""Chris Barauowsk!, 34, n Polish TV personality, hegan his lone trip around (he .world Sunday In a 45-foot ketch. Sunday he sailed out ol Newport, RJ., on the. first leg of h i s long trip. Buranowski plans four slops (luring his yearlong circum-navlgatlon of the g l o b e . He'll slop at Cape ·Town, a t Tasmania, S o u t h America and Spain. (A I" Wirephoto) SEC May Take Action Against 15 Former Railway Officers » WASHINGTON (AP) -- The I Securities and Exchange Com- *· mission says it is considering ? action against 15 Cornier offi- 5 cers of the Penn Central Rail| road as a result of stock sales 3 shortly before the carrier filed I for bankruptcy. : . : ' . . ' -, I The sales "we're ideemed to F raise the most serious,questions s as to whether it-had been based S on material inside informa- ? tion," SEC Chairman'; William 5 J. Casey said today in a two- volume report on the financial i collapse of the railroad. * Federal law prohibits stock % «eaales by corporate officers 5 based on inside information not J available to the general'public: f ; The SEC did-jnot;: spell'out £ 'evhat .enforcement action 1 it is g ^considering in the,ca'se.: "·'' ! § \ "These officers had apparent $ Access: to information,.-·':'coil-. j cerning the state fbf Perm Cefe f tral's affairs which was reach"* ing the public only with a 1 Prisoner, On ! Work Detail, I Walks Away *. *.,^Perry Lyn Preas, 22, of 5 ^-Abilene, Tex., walked away \ from the county jail early '·: Sunday afternoon while on a I work detail, Sheriff Bill Long # said today. f Preas was serving seven *r months of a one-year jail term J after, pleading guilty to a charge 1 of petit larceny, f He and Kenneth David For- -· man, 20. of San Angelo. Tex., A were charged April 17 in » Washington Circuit Court with J burglary and petit larceny in i the theft of a credit card and ; cash from a car owned by Mrs. -* Faye Tanksley of Springdale. When the burglary charge 10, the both petit May 21, he was was dropped May pleaded guilty to la.rceny charge. jForman escaped reportedly because unhappy over his new jab as a cook for the other inmates. Preas. who had been movini furniture into the county jai! building shortly before his escape, was last seen wearing a T-shirt and blue jeans. He is five feet eight inches tall with blond hair. |Earls Arrested On Embezzling I [Charge Sunday £ Robert Earls Jr., 25, of 1019 Holly,St.,- sought on a May 2'charge of embezzlement file in Washington Circuit Court was arrested early Sunday morning at his home. Earls is charged in Washing ton Circuit Court with em bezzHng $155 while he worked lor Anything, Inc., owner o Glendale Apartments. Earls was manager of the apartments at the time of the alleged em .bezzlcment. His arrest was made by city and county police He was transferred Sunday ti the county jail tc- await arraign merit after being booked by th: city Jail. | Completes Basic j Marine Pvl. Bobby E. Carter » son Of Mr. and Mrs, Robert J v Carlef of Route 2, Gentry » graduated from basic tralninj J it the Marine Corps Recrui C Depot In San Die-go. He Is a "·SM7I graduate of Gentry Public High School, Obituary WIM.IAM KOUGEHS Lincoln -- Wlllinm Ercel Rogers, C5, of Lincoln, died Sntui'dny In a Fuyctlcville hospital. Born March 10, 1907 nl Lincoln, the son of D. A. and Minnie Holler Rodgers, he was n retired farmer and a Bnpltst. Survivors are the widow, Mrs, Nora Cunnoii Rogers of tlie home; one daughter. Mrs, Evelyn Reed of Tulsa; two brothers, Lpyd and Forest. brlh of Lincoln; one sister, !\;lrs. B. J. of Lincoln and one grandchild. Funeral and burial were in Lincoln this morning under cU'- reclion of Luginbuel Funeral Home. . ,, MRS. SOPHIE JOHNSON Rogers -- Mrs.'Sophie EUn Giiyll Johnson, 83. or Gariield died Sunday in Rogers Memorial Hospial. Born April 10, 1889 at Garfield. she was the daughter of the late Willinm Newton and Martha Pace Guyll, and was a member of IheiPentecostal Church. Survivors include six sons, Wesley, Jess, Milton, Carl and Andrew, all of Garfield, and Otis ot Pea Ridge; three daughters, Mrs. Beulah Smith and Mrs. Ethel Ratliff ot Garfield and Mrs. Gertrude Stout, of Elkins; 32 grandchildren, 82 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Funeral service will be at 10 a:m. Wednesday at Walnut Hill Church near Garfield, with burial in Walnut Hill- Cemetery under direction of Burns Funeral Home of Rogers. ierious amount of distortion," he report said. The report added that, prior o the bankruptcy filing in June 970, the officers, including members of the finance and operating departments, sold about 70 per cent of the stock Ihey wned at the time of the merger. SEC REPORT The SEC report, prepared for he House special subcommittee on investigations, said he 1968 merger of the Pennsyl- 'ania and New York Central ail roads .was doomed Irom the tart because of poor planning, ack of capital and executive n-fightihg; The Penn Central that re- ulted from the merger became he nation's largest rail line. j federal government be- :ame .directly involved in the ·ailrpad'sjoperations in Decem- er 1970 when Congress author- zed $100 million in loan guarantees to aid Penn Central. Pending disposition of the lankruptcy,- the railroad is eing -operated under super- i s i o n of court-appointed rustees. The SEC said the financial crisis of the merged railroad 'was -known, to management even at the time of the merger." · OBSCURED Yet, Casey said, "the annual iports put out for 1968, 1 and 1970 "obscured the railroad's further movement into debt amid mounting operating osses." In-addition to individual sales of stock by Penn Central officers, the SEC also cited Pen- phil, a private investment company, whose stockholders included the Penn Central's chief financial officer, David C. Bevan, and other members of the Pennsylvania Railroad Co.'s financial department. All officers who were ques tioned denied any of their sales had been made on the basis ol inside information, the SEC said. MRS, MARY SEWELL Mrs. Mary Sewell, 87, of Fort Smith, died Sunday in Fort Smith. Born March 26, 1885 in Fayelteville, the daughter of William and' Alice Roach Flynn, she was a Catholic. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Frances Minden and Mrs. Edwin Heindrichs of Fort Smith; two brothers. L. W. Flynh of Fayetteville and Edward B. Flynn of Sonoma, Calif.; two sisters, Miss Gertrude Flynn and Mrs. Jack' Johnson of Fayetteville and eight grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Cbrists King Church in Fort Smith with graveside services at 12:30 p.m. at St. Joseph's Cemetery here mde'r direction of the Watson llortuary. ' .JAMES SUMMEY Rogers -- James T. Summey, 82. of Rogers, died Saturday in a ' Springdale nursing home, 3orn July 21, 1890 in Seligman, Wo., the son of James and Mary Summey, he was a retired 'armer. Survivors are five sons, Ray of Marion, Kan., Ralph and Charles of Springfield, Mo., James T. 1 Jr. of Reseda, Calif, and ··· John of Rogers; three daughters, Mrs. Arline Cossen jf Jonesboro, Ga., Mrs. Ruby Juckley of Marion and Mrs. Mary Lee Carpenter of Mem- his. Tenn.. three sisters, Miss t l a r y Beth. Summey of i el i g m a n., Mrs. Josephine Wedding of Joplin, Mo. and Urs. Dema Wells of Anaeortez, Wash.; 18 grandchildren and ·seven great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 2 3.m.:Wednesday in the Callison Funeral Chapel with burial in 'he Seligman Cemetery. Judge Orders Forfeiture BENTONVILLE -- C i r e u i Judge William H. Enfield Bentonville. has ordered the f o r f e i t u r e of a $2,500 id and directed the c l e r k ,o issue a summons against the 1 of Charles Edwin Howell an Oklahoma man, who failed to appear for trial on burglary charges for the second time. Howell and Jacky Albright Oklahoma City, Okla., pleaded innocent when they were arraigned March 7, and w e r e released on $1,500 bond each Trial was set for May 10. Albright appeared for trai and a jury found him guilty He was sentenced to six year in the penitentiary, less 65 days he served while awaiting trial. When Howell failed to appear the clerk was ordered to issue an alias warrant for hi's arres and notify the bondsmen tc show cause, within five days why bail bond should not be forfeited. They are charger! in con nection with a break-in a C o n s u m e r ' s Pharmacy i Rogers March 5. Cycle Rodeo Set SILOAM SPRINGS -- i motorcycle rodeo will hi sponsored by the Siloam Spring Jaycecs at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 26. Trophies will be awarded in each event and lnterestc persons may contact club members for further in formation. MRS. ROSETTA DOWEL! Funeral services - for Mrs Rosetta Dowell, director o Washington General Hospita Day Care Center who die Saturday will be held at 2 p.m Tuesday at St. James Bapti Church with burial under di rection of Nelson's Funera Home in National Cemetery. / memorial f u n d for children ha been established. Those Passing Exam For Bar Are Identified Eighty-seven persons passed ic Arkansas bur' examination eld July J7 to 19 al Little Rock, tool Hnys, chairman of. the 3oai ; d , of Bar examiner's, -an- ounceri Saturday. Clifford El- cil Jackson made the highest radd, Hays suld. Those passing arc; Evelyn Irene Drake of Atkins, !pbprt Ross Clour of Pino B l u f f , ohn Fenwick Buerglcr of Fort mith, Hugh Robertson Edvards Jr, of Scarcy, Richard Villlam Box of Pine' Bluff, Sic- ·en Nelse Carlson of Si loam jprings, Shade Wooton Epes Jr. f Helena. Bryon Leroy Freand of Little Rock. Jon Rick Coleman of Jones- ioro, Donald Carlton Frazier of ' a y e 11 e v i 11 e , Sanford L, 3eeshear Jr. of R i s o n, Darel! F. B r o w n of DeQueen, ames Hunter Broylcs of "ayelteville, W i l l i e Dodge onkite III of Little Rock, ion Noble Curdie of Little lock, Sara Lynn Fleming of 'ayettevillc, O t t o Josepli Boeckmann Jr. of Wynne, idwnrd L, Cullum Jr. of Little *ock, Mickey Dale Beebe of "earcy, Dan F. Bufford of ' a r a g o u 1 d , Charles Loren iarpenter Jr. of North Little lock, and Orville Christopher ""Hilt of Fayetteville. Wendell W a d e Berryhill of onesboro, Johnny Barry Baker f Magnolia, Cecil Demoss Jriver of Pine Bluff,. William farold Craig of Little Rock, Rudolph Lewis Bloom Jr. of ·ittle Rock, Donald L. Baribeau 5f Little Rock, Bobby Ray Mc- aniel of Jonesboro, Fletcher Curtis Lewis of McCrory, Jonald Lynn Criggs of El Jorado, William Wesley Hylton II of iLttle Rock, Gary Relyea ibbs of Hot' Springs, Ethel ate Mixon of Texarkana, Jerry Richard Johnson of Little Rock, and Gordon Lee Humphrey Jr. f Alexander. Peter Gary Kumpe of Little Rock, John Hermann Iversler f Pine Bluff, Gregory Burnell Grahlm of Danville, Clifton toward Hoofman of Searcy, Villiam Pickens Mills of .ensett, John Lewis Munriay of lot Springs, Lillard Cody Hayes f Marianna,, Robert Wilson lardin of Clarksville, Louis iuckner Jones Jr. of Forrest City, Michael Stewart Gorman if Little Rock, Terry Rhodes ttrkpatrick .of Fort Smith, fames Edward Harris, of El Dorado, Clifford Elhert Jackson if Donaldson and Henry Louis 'ones Jr., North Little Rock. David Allan Gates HI of Little Rock, James Neil McCord H Fayetteville, Eddie Dell largis of Huntsville, William Arthur Hough of North Little l o c k , Warren Franklin florledge of Forrest City, loberl Bruce Lamb ot Little Rock, James Howard Wilkins Jr. of Fayetteville, Steven Clay Robbins of Piggott, Theodore C. ,kokos of Fort Smith, William amuel Orr HI of Little Rock, Marvin Milliard Robertson ol little Rock, Tommy Dale iVomack of Lake City, Harvy ^e Yales of Fayetteville, Burton Jetfery Pence Jr. ol ,ittle Hock and Linda Marshal Scholle of Little Rock. .. Louis Joseph Raffaelli of. Texarkana, Albert Glen Yasser of ine Bluff, Stephen Lane Riggs of North Little Rock. William Ford Magee of Lewisville, Ste v e n Northrup Snyder Fayetteville, Griffin Jasper Stockley Jr. of Little Rock William Rand Riddel] o llarksville, Joseph Arlin Strodi of Gillett, Howard . Layne Slinkard of. Trumann. Rober Ragon White of Fayetteville Jerry Clark Post of Kingsland Julie Watson McDonald o Sheridan, Tyrone Eugene May of Fayetteville and Gary Ellis Johnson of Jonesboro. John David Maddox of Oden Lanny Thalbert Winberry o Greenway, James Loranz'y Hal Jr. of Pine Bluff, Robert Joi Johnson of Crossett, Edgar Prank Paul III of Fort Smith Robert Paul Crockett of Der mott, K. W. Webb of Trnmann Jim Warren Hyden of Spring dale and Robert Mays Lyfon of Conway. Marvin Thaxton o Newport was elected chairman Man Exposes Self Two Fayetteville women loli police a man exposed himsel to them while they were sittinj in a car parked on East Avcnu near Spring Street Saturday night. The women flagged down p patrol car on Hwy. 71 at 11:4 p.m. Saturday to report th incident. The women told police ; "rough-looking" m a n 28-3 years old parked a green picku. truck behind their vehicle, the: got out and exposed himsell The women drove away im mediately, police said. "HEROIN HOTLINE' phon« (800) 368-536: To Report Information on Heroin Pusher* To Federal Agenlt Service Station is Burglarized A stereo tape player, 22 stere tapes, 52 cartons of cigarette of assorted brands, som chewing gum and $4 in chang were reported missing Sunela from the Skull Creek DX Scr vice Station al 840 N. Leveret St. The break-in apparently oc. currcd Saturday night. Polic said someone removed a fa from a small window al bree/teway between the servic station and an adjoining grocer store to gain entry. Returns To U.S. M a r i n e Gunnery Scrgean Bobby G. Watson, husband ( the former Miss Katie A. Chns of Winslow, has returned to th United Stales after a 10-mont deployment to Vietnam aboar the aircraft carrier USS Cor, Sea. EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB MOUNT COMFORT A cooperative noon luncheon as served to 20 members and 10 guest nt the August meeting eld in Ihe now home of Mrs. R. Hntfield on Ilwy. 10 west, Irs. Jewel Thomas was ssistanl hostess and Mrs. aymond Rinn ot Round lountalu was Ihe guest. Plans were developed for the Inb's Fair Booth and Mrs. encva Nelson directed the ·ogram, eiirt Is". 'Homo is Whore the The next meeting will be Sept. at the community building. Mrs. Cora Shivcly Food Prices Stepping Out Of Bounds Again lly JOHN CUNNH-'P NEW YORK (AP) - Hltfhtl ivhcn the iiiiUou's economic rcf- ci'cca w o r o about to congratulate themselves on bringing order to Hie consumer price those tni'oiTigiblt) food arc stepping oul of game, prices Democratic Meet Opens In Capital WASHINGTON (AP) -- The lemocratic National Com- ilttee. today opens an extraor- inary three-day meeting to ominate a running-mate for residential candidate George iIcGoverri. ··' . But first the party must de- ide a number of seating dis- utes, and probably one in- olving a slate headed by Chiago Mayor Richard J. Daley. Chicago Alderman William S. inger, who led a successful ght to unseat the Daley dele- ation at the .Democratic Na- onal Convention in Miami each last month, said he ould file a challenge today gainst the mayor's Illinois late of committee members. Some forces in the party ·ere talking of a compromise lat would avoid antagonizing ialey again. Daley, who has ot -been an avid McGovern a c k e r , h a s welcomed IcGovern's recommendation of argent Shrivel-, as the vice- residential nominee. Challenges have been filed by issidents in Wisconsin, New ersey, Ohio and Virginia, and ·Jew York Democrats have een given until mMixight onight to say whether they Ian to lodge a challenge with le nine-member Credentials lommittee. The full national committee meets at 2 p.m. Tuesday to ominate a replacement for en. Thomas P. Eagleton. He uit the ticket July 31 because f the public discussion arising ut of his disclosure that he ad undergone shock treatment mental depression in the 960s. The fight over sealing the II- nois members of the national ommitlee stems directly from le Miami Beach convention rtiere Singer's 59-member ;roup replaced Mayor Daley's .elegation. NEW RULES Under the new rules by which he Democratic National Com- ·nittee. was expanded from 110 p 303 members, members are :hosen by the state's delegation o the previous national con r ention or, in some states, by oiht action of the convention delegates and the state execu ive committee. The complication in Illinois i; hat, although the Singer slate vas seated at Miami Beach, Cook County judge last week Listed Singer's challenge group rom the Illinois convention vhich was choosing DNC mem ers and put Daley's forces ack into the delegation. The six additional DNC mem ers from Illinois were electee as part of a coalition construct ed by Daley and a McGovern iperative, the Rev. James M Vail. In contrast to Daley'^ Miami Beach slate, his Illinpi delegation to the DNC complies h , party guidelines encour aging minority representation. The Ohio credentials dispute p i t s McGovern supporter igainst those who had backec Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey' presidential candidacy. bounds nguin, Bused on latest wholesale figures, supermarket prices could become the center ot attention again, Mcnl, poultry, eggs, fruits and vegetables seem destined to go higher. And coffee prices too. DIABOLICAL The rise forecast In retail coffee prices represents- an unexpectedly diabolical blow from nature in the form of a freeze- dried situation In t h o Brazilian coffee growing a r e a s , where 6u must remember, It, was inter in July. The wholesale, food price roblem can he seen as espe- lally irascible When It is con- rasted with, the prices ot other holesale items which now ap- ear to 'be conforming to ex- ortations and expectations. Eliminate food prices from le Wholesale Price Index and R shows for July n rise ot only two-tenths of or.o [ior cent, which makes ,a yearly nvcrnga ol 2,4 per cent, a figure Hint by modern standards is ncccpt- uble. Include the prices of agricultural goods, however, and the WPI rise conies out to eighl- nths of one per cent, a ymirly 'erngc of 9.8 per cent, a rate at could bankrupt a family of ingry, growing children. SIGNALS The signals being sent out by Ring Procedures A demonstration of rinj procedures is planned when the Northwest Arkansas Kenne Club holds its regular monthly meeting al 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Pzark Electric building Members who wish to par ticipate in the demonstratioi should bring their dogs. Thosi interested in the betterment o purebred dogs also are invite to attend. In Custody Clad Clunch, 25, of Route 2 Rogers, is in custody at Wasl ington County jail on a Pain County. Okla., warrant fo removal of property subject t a security agreement, Sheri Bill Long said today. He said Clunch, who ha signed a waiver of extradition will first be questioned here i connection with i n s u f f i c i c n checks before being t u r n e d ove to Oklahoma authorities. Clunch was arrested Satu day. A Competent, Trustworthy, Personal · Modern Equipment · Competitive Prlcei Insist on "The Professionals" HELMUTH MOVING STORAGE, INC. PHONE H3-5ZIB NIGHT NEW YORK STOCKS Opening -Pricn Furnlihtd by A, C. Edwurdi «»· rk Best Corp lean 2014 mer Airlines 30'A mer Tel Tel 42'/ 6 nacohda, 17'/4 rk La Gas 23!4 rmco Steel 20% aldwin -31% oeing 22'/ 8 ampbell Soup 29% ent S W . . . 1 4114 hvysler 33'A omsat 55 lei Monte 21% Diamond Shamrock lillards 30% lasco . G Edwards imerson 8Q% ord 67 'rentier Air 9% 'uqua Ind 2t af Corp " 24% en Motors : 78V corgia Pacific 39'A rf- West Fin 25V4 ulf Oil 23 nil Bus Mach 416% nil Harv 32V4 -T-E Imperial 4: C Penney 8 1 Cerr McGee ' 59% Caiser Alum ''. 10V4 evl Strauss 53% ing Temco Vought, 1 darcor 25% 'an Am World Air 13% 'hillips 29% lalston 35% ;eynolds Metals .... afeway 36% t Regis Paper 41% ears ...: ,..,-...... 115% ervomation 2954 ha'kespeare 11% ihger Co 84% outhern Pacific 47 7 ^ perry Rand 45 7 /i td Oil California 62% td Oil New Jersey 76% 'exaco 31 'ri State Motors 8% Fnion Carbide JMC Corp 23% United Aircraft 39Vi U S Steel 28% 20% 45'/ a ictor Vestinghouse tVhittaker ... iVestvaco 2[% Ark West Gas 11%-12« illation 3%-4V (en Growth Prop 2514-26V ren Resources ...... 13%-i4'/ Kearney Nail B'/j-B^ A"Iinute Man 3%-4V Orig Coney Island 5%-6y 'ioneer Foods 7%-7 'izza Hut 29W-295 H , K Porter 23%-24V ltd . Register I6-16V L'yson Foods 18-181$ Wal-Mart 28%-29'/ Wilson Laurel Farms .. 1%-2V Yellow Freight 3814-38? Averages nds up 1.4 Trans up .2 Utils up Volume 3,510.00 Mini-Bike Theft The theft of a mini-bike las week from a residence i Trailwoocl Trailer Park, M Comfort Rd., was reported t the sheriff's office by Mrs. Tro Miller. That name was liste i n c o r r e c t l y i n Thursday' TIMES as Mrs. Troy Leach. Hurt In Wreck SPRINGDALE -- Sara M Cullough, 20. of Siloam Spring was treated at Springda' Memorial Hospital for mino injuries received in a two veh cle accident at 8:40 a.m. toda at the intersection of Pleasan Road and Hwy. 68. DON'T MISS RESULTS DURING THE SUMMER The Tact is that a surprising number of people spend all or part of their vacations right at home. They may give the house a coat ot paint, build a new backyard barbecue, do some interior remodeling, or just plain loaf. But they never leave this market, and their buying power slnys here in town with them. Here is a Times Want Ad that got results because it was placed during the right time of year; PAMP Trailer, Hit new, I|CPJ» S, Fu ndf-ronlnlnerl Int'lnillng new a i r con tinner. Phone r,'/l-X)txx. or oidr 4 1 1 - X K X K , Actually some people may even spend more than normal simply because they hiive the timo to get to the stores. So If you hove been cutting back on your ads because everyone i» on vacation, jjivo 11 a second thought, Vour Times C!rml- fled Ad doesn't need a vacation. Phone 'MZ-IMZ nnd place your ad today.. Philippines Fear Cholera MANILA (AP) -- The waters om'the worst flood in Pnilip- Ine history continued to recede iday, but officials warned that ,ie threat of cholera would In- rease unless the population .earned the basics of sani- ation" as safe drinking water rew scarcer. · Five more deaths today from is disease pushed the total to 08 since July 1 and brought IB tol| in central Luzon and le Manila area to at least 435 ead from drowning, landslide r disease. Health teams from the U.S. nilitary, the United Nations nd the Philippines .have in culate'd more than 200,000 per- ons against cholera, typhoid nd dysentery, but Health Sec etary Clemehte Gatmaitan aid 6 million need the shots. After more than a month ol orrential monsoon rains, the un shone on Luzon for the sec nd consecutive day, and .the Veather Bureau predicted sun gain today. U.S. and. Philip ine helicopters stepped up lieir airlift of relief supplies to lie flood victims. ils ominous turn arc dliqckd i shai'i) focus al; --The Price Commission, lilch IUIH hcon. hesitant to nulu v.'llh fririnois.' --The administration mid Its eclion ndvlscrs, why in u a t now that consuinoi 1 altitudes a n b c c o m o politicized In elcc- on years. DISMAL ; ·H Is nearly too much to be- ove or bear, but whllo on atlll wrestles with inflntlon, Ibeit while enjoying benefits 'of sturdy expansion, some.MOii- mists are talking about icoes- lon. This dismal outlook ^ma ave something to do'WHhUhe sychology or the pollucs of Ilia orecablcr Some ccunomlsls re by naUue as dour «s their ubjecl, most economists, Ilko thers, lean to the left or right n politics · Whatcvei the reason for Hie ecesslon talk, this is tho rea oning The country is overspending Ve'll have a three year federal udgct deficit ot moie than ?8 illiori Ever} one knows thiit eficits are Inflationary No ody knows this more than the 'ederal Reserve Boa;d Tlie Fed, therefore, will he oaded into action. It \vlll seek o restiam the cetmomy by re tricting the money supply. And lown goes the economy, Into a orrective recession. Assailant- Charged LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- 3wight D.' Wells; 19, of Little lock was charged Saturdaj ,'ilh assault with intent to kil :i connection with the shooting 'riday night of State Trooper Owen Philpot, 38, of Little lock, police said. Wells was ,being held in the Ittle Rock city jail in lieu ol 5.000 bond. He surrendered t( fficers Saturday afternoon. Philpot had stopped a car for traffic violation and one o: he five occupants of the aut ulled a pistol and shot the offi er in the stomach. Philpot i lospitalizcd in good condition. Lee Wins Tournomenf HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) -- ror the third consecutive yeai ·tan Lee of Heber Springs ha von the Arkansas Stab Matched Play golf tournamen t .the Hot Springs Country Il'ilb. Sunday he defeated Pa Trowbridge of Springdale 5 am : in the final for the honor. In the 36-hole round, Lee buil up a five-hole lead at the end o he first 18 holes and coasted t victory clsoing Ti-owbridge ou on the 32nd hole. Escapee Captured PARAGOULD, Ark. (AP) -Two men who escaped from th recne County Jail here Frida night were captured Saturda a field nine miles north c Paragould. Authorities said Stanley Aui tin, 20, and Johnny Hill, 17, ha aeen cleaning a hallway in th iail when they gained entranc a storage room where the climbed through a skylight I the roof and escaped. Austin was charged wit false pretense and child aban donment and Hill was charge with burglary and grand larcc ny. Bumpers' Viewpoint LTTTLE ROCK (AP). -- Gov. Dale Bumpers said Sunday that le thought Sen. George McGovern, ' tlie Democratic presidential nominee. :had bail- died "poorly" the problem of selecting .a vice presidential nominee. : M c G o v e r n Saturday an lounced that he had selected Sargent Shriver to be his new. running mate to replace" Sen, Thomas Eagleton, D-Mo., who. stepped down because of controversy over, a previous jnen- al disorder. . Bumpers said it would ba hard to evaluate the effect of, Shriver on, the .ticket. Ha said that Shriver faced an iden- .ification problem and, .would lave to "make his mark" during the campaign. Machines Burglarized SPRINGDALE -- Six vending machines and a bill and coin changer were broken into during the weekend at the Springdale Farms .Iplant, 319 Sunset St. Police said coins'were : taken from, the machines owned by Servamaljon State. Inc. located in a room oh the south side of .the complex. ' ; Entry was gained by breaking a glass in the door, police satd.- Recovered ··' ·'' A 19GO-- w h i t e . Chevrolet, reported stolen Aug. 1 from Glenn's Used .Car, Lot at 802 S. School Ave., was recovered Saturday off Hwy. 16 west, one half mile west of Providence Baptist Church. Recovery was made by Deputy Sheriff W. B. Colv'ard. : ' : on fr F U N E R A L HOMMNC. ' 3939 NORTH COUEGE M I M I E I , IHl Outfit Of IHE G O L D E N K U | [ DOWELL, Mrs. Hosctla (Fisher) -- Services Tuesday 2:0a p.m. St. James Baptist Church. Rev. Chester Wends officiating. Interment,' National Cemetery. . SKAGGS, Michael Alfred -Services Monday 10:00 n.m. St. Vincent DePmil Church, Rogers, Arkansas^ Father F. J. Jnncsko officioUng, Interment, St. Vincent DePaul Cl- mctcry. Funeraf service relates to the emotional and religious needs of people ... it provides an island of relevance at a time when, perhaps, nothing is needed more. FUNERAL HOME, INC. i DUANE B. NELSON, PRESIDENT SERVING PAYETTEVILLE, SPRINQDALH AND THE TWIN CITIES AREA.

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