Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 16, 1976 · Page 11
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 16, 1976
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Higher And Higher More piled alting I h e Hirer at Minol. The Army · ulioul. Ilireo feet. Sonic dike., dikes us ctturls are made In Corps of Engineers says all arc already Za feet Mgn hold linck the'swollen Sniiris diking will lie Increased by (AP Wircpliolo) 'FDA Bans Use 01 Chloroform, iDelays Recall For 90 Days WASHINGTON C A P ) ' -- For $5.80, the Food and Drug Atl- ·mimstraticti will sell you a list 'of nearly 2,00(1 drug products containing chloroform, t h e chemical recently found to cause cancer in laboratory am mals. il.'ast week, Ihn FDA proposed a : ban effective July 8 on the use of chloroform in cough and cold remedies, toothpastes. liniments and food packaging. Dut llie" agency decided not lo recall chloroform products already on the market and lo delay the ban fpr 00 days. lyr JV u.lja. ·;The FDA has ivsver before. piiblished a list of products con taining a substance to be banned and has not announced jhc avaj)abilily_of_ Jhc_chloro_ Problems Increase With Growth Rise SMART SHOPPERS WATCH TIMES ADS 7.DAYS A WEEK1 merit a Henderson State un versily had risen lo 20 per cent and that campus security problems had increased. '."However, tlic speaker. Bob Jolihston, HSU dean for student safety, pointed out that he was not saying that the two were related. about killing, a rape "and a sexual assault occurred behind . _ a building the higlit before las ,-Johnston's remarks Henderson's security problems were made to the Radio Sub- commilec of the legislative Communications Study Com : millee, which reviews requests from all state agencies, to buy new radio equipment., Henderson wanted approval to buy rive, two channel walkic talkies for its security force at a total cost of $3.705. One channel" was needed for communications between o f f i c e r s - o n canipus and the other for contact' with the Arkadclphia Po- lice'Department. ""Did your problems go up ivjih your ' '1 - 1 -1 - "- rollmcnf?" form HsU a spokesman said. S far, only five requests fo copies have been received. The 58-pafi,-' list of cough syr ups, cold: remedies, creams liniments, ear'drops and tootl che potions Svas produced b FDA computer that keep . s on drug ingredient info mation. ' Products on. the list indue nationally advertised branc uch as -"Vicks Formula 41 and "P.ertussih" cough syrup as well as such items a 'Rattle Snake" and "Whi Stallion" liniments. ' The list doesn't include co neiics containing chlorofori Some mouthwashes used mvc chloroform but don't an .onger, the FDA said. T w Brands of toothpaste, U l t r a Brite and Macleans, also contained chloroform but reportedly are. being reformulated. " Thp $5.80 price for Ihe list works out to 10 cents a page, the agency's cost for printing tile last, the spokesman said. , The agency said testing performed for the National Cancer Institute showed that chrolo- form caused kidney tumors in rats and liver cancer in mic/?, but did not prove that chloro- form'causes cancer in humans. "The amount fed to the test animals exceeds by far the amount to which any person could be exposed with present products," Food and Drug Commissioner Alexander M Schmidt said. "But the benefits of chloroform are minimal an( do not warrant any risk, how ever small." An FDA draft report says the chloroform findings "serve as a warning of its possible carci nogenicity in humans." The re port is being studied at the Na lional Cancer Institute. FDA, decisions against a re call and to delay the ban wer u increase in black en- stale Hep. Doyce rollmen s a e . Alford of Pine Bluff asked. ' ''Yes." Johnston replied. The FDA list of products i the only means of idcntifyin most products containing th substance, which does not ha\ to he listed on drug labels in less it is an active ingredient. Copies of the chloroform li may be obtained by mailing IK money to: Public Records an Documents Center. Pond an Drug Administration, HFC-1 5600 Fishers Lane, Rockvill Md. 20852. Geta"Piece of the Rock" for your car and home. KKIrn CARTON 4113031 Yes, now I can provide homeowners, renters and aulo insurance as well as life and health. You can get the dependable planning and sen/ice that millions have enjoyed with their Prudential life insurance protection. Most claims are handled by phone, without any paperwork. Just call a toll-free number^ day or-night, for assistance. Auto and homeowners coverage through the Prudential Property and Casualty Insurance Company costs many people less than their former insurance. I will flladly give you a free quotation on a Piece of the Rock for your home, apartment or car. Why not call me today? H's nice to save money with someone you know. Prudential Pcooerty and Casualty Insuranct Company Prudential Pryor, Appoints Six To Stale Commissions LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Ap liniments by Gov. David ryor lo six stale boards or mmissions were announced day by the governor's oCIke. They wore: --Sam Ii, CEark of Malvcrn resident of the Mtdslalc Cot; ruction Co-, lo Elic Con actors Liconsing Hoard. Clark being renppoinlei) lo a tern lat expires at the end of 1980. --Robert A. Carver ol Mena n automobile dealer, to the Var Memorial Stadium Com lission. Carver replaces Flynn anman of Clarksvillc as Ih rd CurtijrcssJonat District ret esentalive. Carver's term ex- ira.s Jan, 14, 1983. --Dickie B. Butler of Hebe .prings, a liquefied petrolcui gas dealer, to the state L-P Ga Joard. Butler was appointee or n six-year term. He is asl president of (he Arkans: jrP Gas Association. He r places Earl Tripp of Batesvil! -Tom R. Curtncr of Ne\ port, president of a lumb company, to the Forestr Commission. Curtner will ser a nine-year term. He rcplac Charles Black Jr. of Corning. --Avcry Shinn of Russellvi and Shelia McAclams of Lit 1 Rock to the Museum and Cu tural Commission, Shinn is reappointment for a term e p i r i n g in January McAdams replaces W. Pructt of Benton. who resign last month to move to Tul Okla. Her term expires January 1981. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Friday, April 16, 1976 · II With Parades And Ribbon Cutting Dillard's KKK Headquarters Opens In Louisiana OGALUSA, La. (AP) - The Klux Klan rides again here this Good Friday, wearing a !]·' and weird clothes, w i t h honor the mayor as u guest, layer Louis Hawls said he s asked lo. cut a ribbon ot a emony opening a nesv KKK id quarters and a R r e e d. hey are citi wns ju st ! ike ybotty else," hn said. i'he parade and ribbon-cul- g marks the most ambitious appearance of the klan in this pcrmill town since the FBI d federal court judges broke jc old "Original Knights of tin u Klux Klan" with arrest; d injunctions during the civi ghts uproar ol the 1960s. Bill Wilkinson, 32. of Denharr prings. La., state grand drag n of the "Invisible Empir nights of the Ku Klux Klan, aid things have changed sine ten. "We are entirely open aove board," he said. Actually, the invisible empir ecms as vague about membe i and other vital statistic any of the some 35 oUie cparatc klans around the cou ry. Hut there has been som h;mge in style. Wilkinson heads one of Lou i ana's emerging "new" klan which Send to talk of i ghts I awsuils and poHl ic campaigns -- mild stuff coi pared to the old persuasions irror and murder. The "new" klan leaders claim a growing while collar membership and there's enough truth in it to surprise some observers. "I had always dismissed the klan as a [ralernily for service station dropouls," said Dr Paul Grosser, an LSU political science professor at Baton lioiige. "Maybe that's chang Mew klan leaders feel a little ore respectability would help ecruiling. Though some say cy prefer business suits to Ij es a rul li cwd s, old ways, d ic ,, still lough talk, a an destine atmosphere and tint Robert Slielton of Tusca- osa, Ala., head of the "United lans of America/ 1 once scorn- ully called "the hokcy pokey ,.. Q . lualiMic wr-'Volic" in ro'orsj 'i'[ 10U gh they make no bones inging from ghostly wWlo to O f u, c j r dislike for each other ""·"" Uuke and Wilkinson botV preach that the way to racia segregation and while siiprcm acy lies in building polittca machines. So the invisible empire's ne^ headuarters here is for the 6t Congressional District, and Wi : kinson said a klan candidat vill run in next year's cam paign. In Bogalusa, Wilkinson plays le complete grand dragon, vith two bodyguards trailing jehind him, each wearing a olstcrcd pistol. Public rhetoric is anti - b.lack and anti'Jew and anti-Communist, but Wilkinson's offstage complaints sometimes center on his problems with rival klans, especially the "Knights of the Ku Klux Klan" run by David Duke, 25, of Baton Rouge, La. He suspects Duke had thing lo do with a stink bomb that erupted at a recent invis ible empire affair. . Duke, called "the Nazi 1 ....... he was a student at Louisiana Stale University, brought a new stylo to KKK work. His lalen for publicity has made him the best known klansman of then all. : It's enough to make othe klnn leaders see red On Vail Slopes VAIL, Colo. (AP) - Kin Carl XVI Guslaf of Swede planned to ski today on tt wcll-groorncrt slopes of th Rockv Mountain resort. Officials .said he is a "vei good" skier. King Carl Gustaf Mew by pr vate jet from l^os Angeles Aspen, Colo,, Thursday mor ing, where he had lunch. Tin he traveled by car to Vail. I is staying at the home of u Edborg. a ski instructor. Federal Suit Against AQ Owners Settled LITTLE IJOCK (AP) -- Tha tlcrat suit against slate Sen. coi'gc E. I.ockc of Hamburg, rank D. Hickingbotham of ttlc Rock and other owners of Q Enterprises, was settled out court Thursday. The settlement apparently rc- iltcd because Tasty Baking o, of Philadcphia purchased ne of AQ's assets, Ole South ocxls, for $5,5 million plus the ssumplion of some liabilitics,- he purchase was announced nmcdiaiely after the seltle- lont documents were siffne'' The suit involved AQ's 1973 urcliase of Ole South Foods, a ittle Rock company that mar- ets frozen fruit pics and pie hells in 32 states. AQ bought Ole South for S5.B lillion Oct. a, 1973 from James H Cottey Sr. of Little Rock, his vife Evalyn and other mem- ers of the family. AQ tor- owed money [rom several ources to make a payment of 2.335.000 and was to pay the Cotteys the other S3.250.00 in installments by 1979. ;. As of October 1974, AQ hart met only two of the payments to the Colteys that had become due In December 1974. the Cot- leys sued AQ. Hickingbolham and two Springdale businessmen, Joe Steele and Phillip W. Stcele. after the Steelcs withdrew froin their personal guarantee on the promissory note to the Cotteys. special purchase fabric gloves 59 , ong. 2.50 fo $3 sale I White and pretty pastels in lightweight nylon stretch gloves that are perfect for Spring.-Several styles to choose . . . one size fits all. Dillard's Dedicated to quality 'Derated t) you. « S1-71T1 4-in-l grill smokes-roasts- steams- bar-b-ques OR1G. 59.95 SALE 39 99 Simple, clean, effortless outdoor cooking with no tending or refueling, no complicated rotisserie, no basting or turning! This smoker provides you with the most delicious, tender smoked meats you've ever tasted. All steel grill with charcoal pan and water pan. 40% off Now 1.80 to 8.40 orig. $3 to $14 sale Genuine leather checkbooks, French purses, billfolds, cosmetic cases, ckitches, tri-folds, cigarette cases and key coses in an assortment of colors. Gloves, Handbags -- DILLARD'S ortiiwul Arl«nl« Mm--' HousewaresDILLARD'S MR. 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