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Northwest ArkonW TIMES, Monday, April 26, 197* Outpacing Inflation Rate Medical Costs Up 14 Per Cent WASHINGTON (AP) -- Medi-| cal costs are up H per crcit al-: ready this year, far outpacing the inflation which limits Ihe spending power of the average American, according Lo Ihe Council on Wage and Price Sta^ bilit ·The, boost in hospital service charges was 20.1 per cent during the first three months 01 1576 said the council which an nounceri plans lo conduct public hearings this summer, on mettt care costs. ·· The average American now 10 cents ol OAer\ doltui in mer capita (person) ni come for medical semces said I crease m H per cent in just one Hie council \\hich concluded \ c a r t o r an a\enge fnmiU of. tint there is no end m siqht to]four this transiules into 2 the skyrocketing prices in the health sector. The council report- was re; leased Sunday IMPACT Rising health care e\ iditures are having a sigiufi cant impact upon the individual household.""sad the council r? port: " I n , t h e , 12 months ending in June 1915. the nation's" expenditures, for health ,\vere_jH7. ] Strict Controls Advised On Darvon, Used As Painkiller ·WASHINGTON (AP) -- A kbod and Drug Administration Advisory panel has recommended strict controls on Darvon, a [reque ndy pres cr ib ed paink il- er because of eudence impli eating it in hundreds of deaths from overdoses. ; The comniillee voted 7 to 1 to recommend that Darvon --r ge- fiericulty. named Propoxyphene £-- and mixtures containing it, be regulated under the Con Jrolled Substances Act - Specificalh it advised I-DA C.oin'missioner Alexander Schmidt to require druggists to refill a Darvon prescription no more t h a n five times :in six months and suppliers'and pharmacists to control inventories (o deter possible abuses 1 The Justice Detriments Drug Enforcement Admjnis- Iraticci recommended that step in HU3 If implemented u uould be th mobt si^mfica-il Regulatory action" of its ki:ic since codeine was ruled a nar- a-go, the Drag Administralioi . Legally, physicians would he fcotic decades ·Enforcement ree lo continue prescribing Jarvon w'nd products containing il. But the new requirements vould alert doctors to the possi- bihu of abuses said krnesl 'arabillo cb u r m a n of the DEA's control committee. l a s t \tar, pb\sicmns \\rote .6 4 million prescriptions f o r D n r \ o n and products containing t manufactured bj Eli Lill\ and Co. of Indianapolis, and an estimated 1.6 million .more, for jimilar products ma_de by other m-inufacturers Dan on «as :irst marketed in 19o7 and in some e\irs has been the msl (videlv prescribed drug. A recent study found deaths .nvolving overdoses of propoxy. phene increased from 152 in 1972 to 269 in 19(4 in areas vnh a combined population'of 52.6 million The surveyed areas account for sllghtb leas than one quar ter of the nation's population. The studv was done by the Otter for "Human Toxicologs ul the University of Utah and was commissioned by the Lilly firm at the advisory panel's sugges tion. annually Michael Moscow, director of ,he wage-price agency, , said that in the first three months of this year "mediciil care sen- ices (prices) rose at a 14 per cent annual r'llc plij sicians fees at:a 14.2 per cent rate'and hospital service charges at » startling 20.1 per cent rate." He said other sen ices rose 8 9 per cent during that perio-1 while'the rise in the .consumer price mde\ minus medical rare, was just 2.4 per cent. In presenting its data the board said "that the aver«c hospital Msit in 197o cost SI 017 The price f o r - a n appendectomy operation rose 80 per cent be tween 19S4 and 1971 from $a9.! to $1,063. ^he council .said there were indications though no solid e \ i dence, that the higher price t-. g health services has not con- buted to belter health care. Kids Can Buy Fake Tot' Like Fathers Used Cornsilk '. PEORiA, 111. (AP) -- In the [old days, kids c o u l d smoke rolled corn silk and pretend it nas tobacco ' Today, thev can buy a pack- ape of" Herbal Stash and pre- lend.U's marijuana. Herbal Stash is 'ground or shredded herbs and comes - v,iUi papers -- in a pla tic bag "that savs the net weight \\ a lid." A" lid usually refers to a one-ounc? obrtion of pot. I t looks som n thtn n l i k e 'era s aid a narcotics officer In Peoria W e v e tested it The onU high is a psiciologicd! one Kid like to s m o t e it and pretend i t s pot. It a a "imrmck. a fad like hula hoops used to be Accident I n j u r e s Two SPRINGDALE-- Two persons were injured in a t w o car ac cident Saturdaj afternoon at Backus A v e n u e and Gail Strett Police "aid the druers of bo.n car w e r e hurt slightly but n e i t h e r w a s treated a t Spnnedale Memorial Hospital According to Hip police 'reports a car driven by Rcgina Lea Dennis 16 1701 Steelc was westbound on Backu when another car dn\en bv Clifton Blacky, ood -i 414 W Price attempted to".cross Backus and collided with the Dennis car Police cited Blackwood with failure to yield right of way. Tope Player Stolen ·;· SPRINGDALE -- Two citi "zens band radios, two eight ttrack tape players and severa 'tapes were stolen from foil ·vehicles at two residences on 'Annie Laurie Street Friday night or Saturday-morning. ·; J.D. Bates, 102 Annie Laurie ;told police his two radios, twi '·tape players and several tape: Swere: taken from three vehicle: 'parked at his home. Mrs. Peggv · Hulton ol 106 Annie^Laurie said Sabout a dozen eight-lrack tape ·were taken Irom her car whic 1 'was parked in the driveway. Polic." discovered Hie new product while, investigating re ports that people were getting a legal high on weeds. The found it being sold, like a pack age of cigarettes, al a Peoru boutique managed by Bil Strauss. Strauss said he ordered som after seeing it advertised in Ely ers distributed by the Woodlej Herber Co, FOUR PACKAGES i Theft Goes Unnoticed ; SPRINGDALK -- W a r n e ·AVinterboer didn't know his tw ^suitcases were missing until th ^police called him Sunday to te j h i m the b a g s had bee yrecovered from the lake a ·'Murphy Park. Winlerhocr sai !lhe bags were taken from h ·'apartment at HI Berry som Hime during tile past couple ·-weeks. Police said nothing els /appeared lo have been t a k e ;'from Ihe residence. "It carries in four differen pirka^s as Bobbo s Bette Blend (retailing" E o r $3.25; orrt ($3.25). a variety pac J.25) and Volupte (54)," h id. "Volupte is advertised a sensuous smoke made Erom nseng roots. I've sold a dozen o; ch pack in the last V onlhs. It looks like a bag t and some people say yes them a mild eEEecl. ' Tom H a r t m a n , 25, a forme aalth food store manage elped found the :Woodley He er Co., two years ago and ha employes. 'We buy the herbs by the t om domestic and Europea itlels." Hartman said in lephone interview. ".We sell iiostly to head shops jn evei ate as well, as In Canad r e a l Britain a n d Puer [CO. Hartman contends that Itv roduct "never, was intended to ell as lake marijuana. I was deep in American In,,,n lore and learned they moked all kinds of nerbs. in- ludin" mullein, a leaf p l a n t hat grows wild. II .was sup o=,»d : to he good for lung dis- ase. I tried some nf the Indian mokes because I was tiying to ive up cigarettes, and decided , could be a legal marketable ;«m. "The m a r i j u a n a inference of T i n t i n g t h e : weight as a lid ust seemed like a cute idea. Spoiling Goods Stolen From Boat :· fltrct fjtotgt SriuinsSS Cirrus : povr/ita wfi ; :u N', Katt. Ave. ' FayttOTIIK. *t» TZim ' PuWidK-1 rfally an-1 S'Jnrlay e» * Jannflry I, July I. Thanli*Klving BWl ', S«ton4 Clia Pnsliu ~ Paid at FajetUvilt*. Art. MRMBER ASSOCIATED PREW TTie AKS'Kialw) Prejr It pnlii:«1 clvAvtt lli,n of y la Le oie for reptibli all Uttl n«»l prinlo! In t *' " " a " *" * p SUBSCRIPTION' RatF8 Effective November L V/n Hone ntllrtrr Per month br earner anile OOT ^^7 wn In Waijiji;»twi. B*ftt"n. Mad:vin tlei. Ark-, Adafr Cn,. OBJ.T t mnrilbi .....'.-.·· I !, MAIt StrRSCRrTTro** /7AMX r.1 A»VAJ*C« Final Class In Parenting Today Depression" Is'lheMopic for ABC's of Parenting class "The leader - i s ' Dr, Travis enkios, staff psychiatrist of the zark Guidance Center, The class will meet al Rolling ills Baptist Church from 7 lo p.m.- Free baby sitting is pro ided for younger children. This is the- last class in i cries which has been spon- oreri bv the Coalition of Parent Education (COP*) A picnic potluck will be held lay 3 and the lime and place ill be announced. Plans are being made for uture classes 'and /interested ersons are 'invited-.to 1 make iggestions for topics and peakers. Three contetanU In Satur clay's Mr. ERA -'America pageant n t a ' C h i c a g o ' s u b u r b a n hnlcl gu through their paces, In the ainusenient' of mem- hcvs of th'c DuFnge Cuimis* ERA Pageant National Organization f o r Women (below). The pageant was a good-iintiired spout of the Miss America Pageant, and aimed a t , |iuhlici?.ing an upcoming rally at the Illinois capital f n r passage . of t h e Equal Rights A m e n d m e n t In the U.S. Constitution. (AP I NEW YORK STOCKS opening prie** A. G. r Edwara» * Two Injured In Accident SPRIN'GDALK -- Two per ons were hurt slightly in a car- ickup truck collision' Saturday afternoon at Hwy. 66 west and Peasant Street. Michelle Wat;on. 9. of 2406 Trudi, was ·eleased after treatment at ipringdale Memorial Hospital, Sue Watson, 32, of the same address, was hurt but was not seen.'at the hospital. According to police reports, both of the injured were passengers in a car driven by Willard E. Edmondson Jr., 22. of 405 Elmdale. Edmondson was Ark Best Corp Aimer.Te! Tel Ark La.Gas Baldwin Campbell Soup Central S W Del Monte Dillards Eiisco A ' G Edwards N Emerson frontier Air. Gen Growth Gordon Jewelry Intl Harv I-T-E Imperial Kresge Levi Strauss Marcor : Penhcys Pizza Hut Ralston Purina Raytheon Sambo's Scott Paper Sears Shakespeare Union Carbide Victor Wai-Marl Ark West Gas Kearney Nail Minule Man Pioneer Foods H K Porter Sid Reg Tyson Foods Averages 8 It 50 25 V4 10' 3Z 15V» '6 18!, 18% 24 Va 3cy« -48% '35% 5694 29 oO'« 51 16ft 21V4 131 I 1 20? I* I'l a 5', 37-38 Microwave Affair Coverup By State Said Possibility WASHINGTON (AI) -- Thelthe U.S. Embassy' in Mosco head of a group representing by the Soviets. U.S. foreign service officers "1 feel they ought to formal sas he is worried about the call together a mixed commis nobsibihtj of in official cover |sion of experts including SLV ip in the Stale Deportments eial w i t h no government, ties lo New Talks Open To End Rubber Workers Strike CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) cgoliatoi-.s rclurncd to the bar- lining tahl." tocliiv for another lleiipt lo end a si\ div old l i k e bj the United Rubber takers against the industry's our biseest companies. The Inlks between URW and ircstone Tire Rubber Co. ·;re recessed.Friday at the ro- ucsl of federal mediators, who aid / t h e y wanted lo rcassc-E he issues The URW s president Peter Sommanlo was in G e i e v a lo lay for a meMini! with' repre- lo meet demands Th« iinion is asking for a tola! pack* age settlement Hint would acid U per cent "over a three ^ car period lo its uiurnl packagt average ot J9 OS n n hour in eluding average hourly pay. of $5.50. Firestone is offering $1 15 an liou'r over Hie three years, tea- eral -mediator Gayle; Weinril.er sairi there might be nc\ ceo nomlc offers in lh» talks l e sumtng this afternoon mtng this afternoon URW leaders saj lhe\ need lh/3 big jump lo bring rubber cntnlives of the International cderidoi of Chemi-al inn crs .cneral Workers Union The iscusston was on p l a n s ' l o r a vorldwide boycott of Firestone jroducts workers even with auio work 1-ilk-i with Ihe other three major lire linns -- Goodvear Tire Rubber Co m Cmcm nail B F Goodrich Co in Co fhTuRW has concentrated lumbus Ohio ·»" TMTM a ,} on Fir-stone because it is t h e i l n c in New York - h a v e t a k e n companj rnnsidcrcd_mosj. like I a back scat . iiniiiiiiKiininii BIIIMIII^^^ Obituary MRS V F I M A WHITE Springdale Mrs v'elma I White 83 of Springdale died urddv il her home Born Aug W 1891 at Redheld Kan she was Ihe daughter ol lames B and Nettie Mae Hurlock Survivors include one brother Verl Harlock of Pcnsacola I la and one nephew, Benny Hurlock of Wichita Kin The bodj will lie m state u n t i l 9 p m l u e s d a j a t the Sisco F u n e r a l Chapel before being transported to Paola Kan for graveside seivices and burial al the : Paola Cemetery al 10:30 a.m. Thursday. inkshed Cemetery under diree- ol Nelson's' 1 Funeral Home. handling, of Ihe Moscow'micro- waves affair. John Hcmenvvav president of the \merican Foreign Service Association contends thai a more thorough,-.impartial.inves- igalion is needed to e.xamine look into the situation, Hcmen way said m an mterunv Meanwhile. :u classified State A R T H U R A. BOWKN Hunts ville Meanwhile, u Classmen oiaic ,, 7o 0 ( Kingston die Department document claims S a i u r n B , al [he Huntsville ho: "··-·'· · - ' · * - Arthur Alberi of Kingston diet hTpoLmial "Si, tazarT'onblocking out radiaUou that the he radiation oeinz beamed at JTM^ eora "^TM K j beams uimed al the building OFFfCIAL, EXPLANATION The' document, prepared for use in closed briefings of U S Embassy employes prtn ides (he first detailed official ex planation of issues surrounding southbound *on .Pleasant when a pickup truck d r i v e n ' b y Hie- key Dale CaJlahan, Cr itchcr turned of filO from Inds Trans. Ulils Volume L h ' a l a l u m i n u m screening recently installed al the Km · is 90 per cent effective Ford fCONnNUETJ =· FROM PAGE ONE) deceptive Humphrey - Hawkins hill." He'ealled it "a classic "example of the v aj the mis guided majority in recent con gresses reads An thing that seems siTong with the economy the federal government musl rush in and fix mainlv by spending more billions of do! lars 1 down 5.3: down !.!· down ' .03 2,530,000 Commodity, Openings Mav corn 2.66V4 4 6 6 43.25 71.30 Pleasant onto Hwy. 68 'west and into the path o f - t h e Edmondson Car. Callahan was cited by police for f a i l u r e to yield right of way. Red Cross Offers First Aid Course , A first aid course is heing offered by the Washington County Chapler of the Amerian Red Cross Wednesday and lursday from 6 to 10 p.m. at rkansas Western Gas Co. The course is multimedia, uti' zing a combination of text, orkbooks, films and actual raclice. The only charge is for ducalional 'materials which'is per .student. . · Interested persons may enrol! y calling the Rr-d Cross office I 442-4291. . · , May soybeans Apr eggs May pork'.bellies May wheat SPRINGDAJ-f-; T- T w o , rods vo reels and two,boxes of fish ng equipment that were renor ed s t o l e n ' f r o m a boat parket it Husky's -Tavern Saturday light were later foiimi in i ira'ssy area nearby. Police said Jerry Wayn Clark, of 223 N. West Em Slreot. reported the lishin^ equipment had been taken from his boat. His boat was on trailer hooked to his picku] truck. Bul Clark called polici : atcr to say he |ound the item: in the grass. Tires Stolen F' r e d d y Smith, 002 E Robinson, reported to polic Saturday the Ihcfl ol two tire and two wheels from the hac of his pickup truck last week Smith said the ilems wer taken while the truck parked at Wal-Mart Rout Wedn es da y afternoon. BCAUTY OF COUNTRY , 2 b.li , r^nul \l\Jir»m willi reflli'! tcTinnlt. 119,tA4 ricH. MAYES CONSTRUCTION CO. Phen* 443-5669 School Board To Meet Tuesday .The FayettevilLc School Board w i l l m e e t ; - a t 7 p.m. Tuesday n the conference room of the chooi administration building. The agenda includes a liscussion en paving of Old r a r m i n g t o n Road : and cw- idcralion nf a proposal to continue the Title III Hard of tearing "project. Kendall Will Speak At UA On Fertility Sir Maurice Kendall of London, director of , : thc Work' Fertility Survey, will speak at the , University .-.of .Arkansas Tuesday on the,, activities of the surv.ey. His appearance sponsored by ihc^UUnivcrsity's Distinguished l^ecturcrs. Committee T h e l e c t u r e U Graduate Education .Auditor! um. : · .. · · ' " . ; : ··'- ' ·- · . ' · · ' . Kendall has held his present r ation since 1972.'Before that b w a s .chairman ; of ScientiHc Control' Systems . and - was a professor of ; statistics at the University of l-onrion. He a 1 s ( has-' been employed as a . civi servant in the British -. Ministry of Agriciilturc and the "Chamber of Shipping- He is a graduate of St. John's C o l l e g e of ' 'Cambridge University and has a n . M.A. and a doctorate of science. He a former · president of llir, loyal Statistical : Society, the Operational Research Society Deadline Set Bernadine, Wilson, chairman ot the A f f i r m a t i v e Action .Com: mittee-of the Slate 'pemocralic Party announces May -1 :,is the deadline for prospectu e dele gates t o , t h e National Democra tic Convention to file .approval cards. Approval cards must be filed with Slate Democratic Headquarters by, delegates to the National Democratic Convention, If the person filing is hot disapproved by the candidate, he is then eligible to'campaign for election to a* national delernle position at the state convention, Mrs Wilson encouraged a \ 1 [jcrsons inlRrested in becoming 'a- national- rlclega'.e to contact State .Democratic Head quarters in I iltle Rock or their local the microwave issue. Although thei.U.S.'report cite; a v a n e l j of technical data it fails to provide firm answers ( sp\eral basic questions -- such as the purpose behind the SJ Viet electronic' bombardment. Secretdrj oE State Henry A Kissinger has railed the issj matter of great delicacy vhEch has many ramified Ions adding th-at the United States is involved in talks with Soviet officials in ah effort to get the radiation stopped. However, U.S, : . officials Washington and Moscow h a \ e repea^cdh refused to gue anj detaifed public account abpi Lhe microwaye'problem since broke :into headlines in early February Hcmenway.told, a meeting t the foreign service association^ board earlier this month tha he believes the Soviet micro waves, first delected 15 year 1 tigo.- "were not calculated d pick up intelligence but l cause physiological effects ci personnel. lie said Ihe Soviets apparent y intended to induce effects in eluding malaise,, irritability an 'cxlreme' fatisue. Hemenway also asserted ; lha the radbtion might'be linked I more serious conditions suctTa June 10 1900 Kmgsto"n" Ihe son of Johnny and Horcnce Cook Bowcn lie a farmer and a BaplisL He is survived b the w i irs Clcrcie Gibbons Bo\ven o ie home Iwo sons B u e c n e o ;ompton and Leo of Kingston iree daughlcrs Mrs Pauhn lorns of Rocky Okla Mr 1 na Maj O\erton of Spnngda! nd Mrs Margie Henrj of Low 11 two brothers, Flberl o aprmgdale and Lonme of Sen nel Okla two sisters Mrs anme Wright of Kingston an Mrs Cora Eoff of ^rmgdale 7 grandclnldipn and eigh ;r ea t- grandchildren, Mineral senices were to b- held today al ' p m at th Cingslon ConimuoiLy Church vith b u r i a l in the Kingston Cemetery, under Ihe direction of 3rashears Funeral Home. county chyirman for further information. Contributes GHANVII. T -'·'.. Ohfo -- A Hoenk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clif [ord.Hoenk of Clictokec ViHage has contributed lo "Rcmedia t,it.'-',,,'a student literary ma zine at'bchispn University. Hoenk,. a senior, i f o r m e r l y from Mishawaka. Ind. and is a'graduate of Johr. Adams High School there. - . . . Funerals Springdale'--: Robert J. Kenl, graveside services al 1 P-tn. oday; Kim -Sjiritigs Cemetery mdcr direction of Sisco Funeral ionic (The name of a daughter, Mrs. Helen Thoma* if; Kansas City, .Mo.-, was inad- 'erlantly ; omiltco* from the jisl of survnors ui HIP obituary ) pringdHle .-- Mrs. H e l e n Kilgore; graveside services at 0 a.m.-Tuesday."a'I Ml. Comfort Cemetery- under the direction Q[ Sisco Funeral Home. WALTER D. BHEWSTKR P r a i r i e Grove --Waller DeWitt Brewsler 8 1 of Prairie Gro\e died Sunda\ at the Springdale hospital Born CXI IS 1693 in Washmglon ( o u i L ) Ihe son of Thomas 1 Waller and Fannie King Brewster he vas a veteran of World War I and rnomber of; the "American Legion Survivors include fine brother Clarence of Prairie Grove. Funeral services will be a ! 10 a m Tuesday at the I ugin buel Funeral Home Chapel \vilh hurial Cemetery (be 1 Prairie 'Gr'oyc cataracts. ' blood - changes-' in- heart ' allacks, ' malignancies, circulatory problems and "permanent" deterioration of the nervous system, NOT OVKRU)OKEf 'The possibility nf u Department of Stale official cover ip should not be overlooked," said Springdale, Larry MAI.COM SMITH Malcom Amos Smith 6G Gosben died Sunday in a !oca _ hospital Born April 20 t !9lp in , Henryetta Texas be was Ihe E sonr of Chester Arthur ind MatHe Lou Smith. Survivors include Ihe widow, Mrs, Frankie Phillips Smith of erc( ]. the home eight son's" John" Paul | Fajelteville J e r r j Dean o j i l o i According (CONTINUED ' FROM PAGB ONE) but by reason and good vri'll. The secretary of stale told reporters in. Nairobi the United States ' wants non-African powers to slay., out of the conflict, between blacks, and whiles m Rhodesia, Sbulh-Wesl Africa (Namibia) and South 'Africa. 'We do not believe thai it i* helpful for outside powers to inject Ihbrn^Ives because that coutd only lead to Ihe division of Africa," he said. "The objec- ivc of Ihe'countries |n Africa ia hat they 'would like to handle he problem of Lhe evolution of southern Africa as an African problem. Although he did not m e n t i o n -he Soviet - and Cuban :in- \'olvemenL ;in -Angola and Ihe possibijity of. this Communist aid being given lo Ihc Rhode- si an'black nationalists, that ob- v i o u s l y - w a s - w h a t lie v/as talking about. Kissinger's ilincrary does-not include Rhodesia, and a tpqkes- man. for Ihe'\vttile-ininority government there said hp would gel a co nplclcl one sided piclu're of the situation Reports from Washington said Kissinger '· mfghl consult with renresenlatives of Iha \vhif.i regimes .after he relurns home. The Associated. Press erroneously rciiorled from London Saturday lhat'U.S. officials said Kissinger might olfer indirect militan aid lo bHck liberation movements" rturing- his seven- n n L i o n . African,!tour. The mis- ake was mads in dictation of the report and tJ S officials traveling with Kissinger denied thai such aid was being consid- reports continued circulate m Africa that Grand Jury ' · ' - ' ! lt:ONTIMJKI FROM FAGR ONK) whole," p]ast said. Classes were supposed to con elude May 25. E a s l ' S a i d slu dents with passing ; /parks wouIfS be given full credit for ,he school yeaiv anil diplomas would be mailed lo graduating and (he "I ri s t i I'u I n. · · of Uatislicians. Ir, Kendall Is a ' e 1 ! o \v ' of the · American Statistical A.-isqciation, · · t h e Econometrics Society, thd Ins l i . l u l e of * Mathematical Statistics, and : .the lirilisii Computer Society. lie is the author of several books and articles on the theory of statistics and applications lo economics and psychology. CB Stolen The t h e f t . o l a.citizen's b a n d radio and antenna was reported to Fayctteville'police Sunday by Jim Phelan of Route 2, Prairie Lold police that the items, 'valiied - a t $170, were taken from his car late Salur- day nighl white the car was narked al Ihe Northwest A r k a n - sas Plaza". _ ' ' Hemenway, a vocal Kissinger critic ,who took -charge,^nf the association lasl summer, .He later indicated the .basis - f o r this suspicion was his view that some members of the association panel .looking into the problem "are creatures of Kissinger" who would not embarrass the sccrelary of state. Lawrence S. -Eaglcburger, deputy undersecretary of slate, said Hcmcnvvny's renorl lo Ihc Malcom Lcroy, both of Hinds- Grove, Phelan meeting of in 'accuracies, misstalements and erroneous assumptions, cused Hemenway or He ac voicing seniors. Several volved in (,eachers ,\vere the school lifihlinj( April 21, and East said at Icasl lour teachers told him they wouldn't return to class. The school board! suspended five : w3ite students and , IS blacks following the incidents. Bast said the school is 75 per cent .black and 25 per cent white. The school system was desegregated in 1570. Watch Missing Kron Sonncman of the Iris Motel, 2158 N, Colkffe Ave,, told P'ayeltevllle police Sunday l h u l a Seiko wristwslch -- valued at $150 -- was taken from his motel room Sunday ni Ifcms Stolen . . ·The theft of aboulJ.JOOWorth of items was reported to Kay- etteville police Sunday afternoon by Miss Silvan Woodhcad of the Villa M o b i l e Home Park. , · . : ; . Miss WocxJheacI told , police (hat a Sears 17-inch portable color television set, a Scars stereo system, and a quantity ol assorted jewelry was t a k e n from her trailer sometime over the weekend. Police .said entry to Ihc trailer was gained by cutting a screen on Ihe bathroom window and crawling through Ihe.oncn window. . , _ "wild charges" unsupported by scientific evidence. ullc James P Ibert of Gosbe-i David Harold of Hunts\ illc Doyle Dcd;ewane and Connie Dennis, both of the home; three daughters, Mrs. Robert M a r t i n o[ C a l i f o r n i a . - M r s . J o h n - D o f f White of Goshcn and Miss Jessie Geneva Smith of-the home; two sisters, "Mrs. , Glen .Young of iHindsville and Mrs. Vivian McKay of Ohio two brothers Meredith Smith ot Springdale and J.B. of Kansas; the mother, of Rogers; and .13! grandchild* r c n . Funeral, services will, b e . 2 p m Wednesday at Burkshcd Baptist Church with burial in Washington i.s considering such aid despite ths failure of clandestine American ' a r m s traffic lo defeat the Marxist Popular M^emr-nl in Angola Mobile Home Theft The theft of an a m p l i f i e r , turntable and two speakers was reported ; to Kayetleville police S u n d a y afternoon by Rex Thomas of Huntsville. · Thomas told police lhat the items, valued al $351, were taken from his son's mobile home a I HOfl K. ISlh St. some- lime since Thursday, MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! If you rannoi reach your TIMF/S carrier PHONE 44B242 . , Saturday 4:30 to fi p.m. S u n d a y s to 9:30 a.m. Self-Conscious N A I R O n i . Kenya (AP) -G c r m n n - h o r n Secretary of State Henry A . ' KissinRer (cU self conscious about his acccn when he met Kenyan President Jomo Kenyalta at the start of Kissinger's African lour. Oirtctois of Funiral Stivke ."', 521-6000 SMITIf, Malcolm Amos -- Wwlnc.srfay, 2:00 p.m. (liirk- slwrl Haplisi Church, flcv. Cecil fJnrrison officfaling. Ifi. nniiiiKiiiMimimiiMironMiiiiiwiiiiniirM Campus Calendar minifliiiiRiMi*m«iiB«^ M O N D A Y .Graudale chamber recital. Thomas Harper, voice. Concert Hall. 8 p.m. ' ' * ' ' ' . · · ' · · · - ."··· ' ' T U E S D A Y . . '.. Baseball games vs. American Christian College. George Cole Field, I p.m. . Percussion Ensemble, Concert Hall. 8 p.m.. Play. "Tlie Boys in tbe Band." Union Theater. 3 p.m., Distinguished lecture, Sir Maurice' Kendall, director of the World Fertility Survey, Graduate Education Auditorium, 8 p.m WEDNESDAY · Play, "Tho Hoys in the Band." Union Theater, 3 p.m. .; .Senior recital, I.ea Manning, piano. Concert Hall, 8 p.m. T H U R S D A Y , ' Play, "The I-aml of Oz," University Theater, 12:« p.m.; Senior recital. Douglas Ncel. trumpet. Concert Hall. 8 p.m Play. "The Boys in tbe Rand," Union Theater, 8 p.m. F R I D A Y Northwest A r k a n s a s Public Art Show, Fin« Arts Gallerj through May IS, (I a.m.-4 p.m. Play, "The Land of Oz," University Theater. 10 a.m.; 1. f 8 p.m. ' - Baschall game vs..Texas A A M . Oeorge Cole Field, I p.m. Symphonic nand-Conccrl Wind Ensemble Concert--Union Ballroom, 8 p.rn SATURDAY , . Play. "The Land of Oz." University Theater. 10 a.m. ft 2 p.m Rascball games vs. Texas A M . rtoorgc Cole Field, IDi.m A r k a n s a s Amateur A t h l e t i c Union Stale collegiate judo chsm pionshipEi, Men's Gym, 1 p.m. ' . 1 . Track .meet vs. Oklahoma * Wichita -State. UA Track, 2:3 Senior recital, Hal Hollingsworlb, piano, Concert Hall, I p.m SUNDAY torment. Burkshcd Cemetery. I Choral (Jincert, Concert Hall, I p.m. ··, Tape Player Stolen A: W. .Chisra of Route 5 lolrt c r i f f l s .deputies Simciay t h a t Zenith V combination tape ayer recorder and radio v\era oleri from his home. 8- to 19.9-hp John Deere Lawn and Garden : ' Tractors Handjome styling encloses the engine for a really - , quiet ride. Controls are color-coded and near at . hand for easy use. A 3-dirnensional control panel is easy to read. And John Deere offers a wide rang* of power stee*, from Ihe 6-hp model 100 with 3-speeddfive, the 8- to 14-hp 200 Series with variable speed, to the 16-hp 300 and 19.9-hp 400 with hydroslalic drive. See us now for a John Deere. Nothing runs HkeaDeere"

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