Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 29, 1974 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 29, 1974
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Weather Forecast Clear (o .partly-sunny skies are forecast Monday for most of the nation' Showers are 111 mm THE WEATHER Elsewhere niiiniiiniiiiiinnniitiiiiiniuiiiiiiiininiiuiiininniiiiii;!!) Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hi Lo Prc Otlk Albany Albu'que Amarillo Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Buffalo Charleston Charlotte Chicago Cincinnati Denver Des Moines Detroit Duluth Fairbanks Fort Worth Green Bay Helena Honolulu Houston Ind'apolis Jacks'ville Juneau Kansas City Las Vegas Little Rock Los Angeles Memphis Louisville Marquetts Memphis Miami Milwaukee Mpls-St. P. New Orleans New York Okla. City Omaha Orlando Phoenix Pittsburgh P'tland Ore. Pt'land Me. Rapid City Reno Richmond St. Louis San Diego Seattle Spokane Tampa Washington 82 56 75 35 80 57 52 34 83 49 83 57 83 54 57 34 . 1 cdy 61 33 76 54 76 54 81 62 85 57 cdy cdy cdy clr clr clr clr clr . cdy . 2 rn clr clr 76 62 1.11 cdy 82 63 . . rn 66 35 .31 cdy 75 59 3,30 cdy 77 62 .09 rn 69 39 . . cdy 57 37 . . cdy 83 69 . . cdy 85 53 .20 cdy 49 36 .01 clr 85 71 78 69 clr . . cdy 81 67 .15 rn 80 50 51 36 76 63 78 58 . . 81 63 .. 74 58 . 82 68 . 83 66 .. 73 41 82 68 76 68 74 59 75 44 82 62 clr 3 rn . clr . criy . clr . clr cdy vd .. clr .. cdy .61 rn .. cdy .. cdy 73 60 .03 cdy 79 63 ,68 rn 75 52 .06 cdy 81 56 88 58 82 67 60 42 70 51 62 35 65 35 90 64 83 63 .03 rn 69 58 60 45 58 39 81 65 85 63 clr clr cdy clr cdy cdy clr clr forecast from Texas and tlie southern Plains to the North- cast. Warmer weather is ex- Tornadoes Hit Midwest Areas By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thunderstorms with hail and heavy rains rumbled through the nation's midseclion today, while mostly lair skies prevailed over coastal areas. Late Sunday a tornado twisted through a mobile home park near West Branch, Iowa, injuring a dozen persons and overturning about 20 trailers. Another tornado was spotted north of Davenport, Iowa, while two twisters wound through portions of Texas Goldsmith and Wellington. There wore no other reports of injuries or damage. Marble size hail and heavy rains pelted areas of southeast Nebraska, while severe thunderstorms struck from western Texas to southern Wisconsin. DOS Moines, Iowa, measured nearly 4 inches rain Sunday, and flood warnings were in effect for most of southern Iowa. Scattered showers and 'thundershowers also fell through the night from the lower Great Lakes states to the middle Atlantic. Some rain mixed with snow was reported in North Dakota, Wyoming and Colorado. Elsewhere, skies were clear over coastal areas of the Gulf, south Atlantic and central and south Pacific. And with the exception of Washington, the- Pacific Northwest was under fair skies. Temperatures before dawn ranged from 31 at Williston, N.D.. to 76 at Corpus Cliristi, Tex. liccfcd for (he (AP Wircpho(o) Southeast. APL License LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Petitions concerning Arkansas Power Light Co.'s license to operate Unit 2 of its nuclear generating plant near Russellville will be accepted until May, 23 by the Atomic Energy Commission. Petitions from persons wanting to intervene in the application for the license must he accompanied by an a f f i d a v i t setting forth the petitioner's objections to the plant. NEW YORK STOCKS Opening Prfcvt Furnished by A. e. Edward! ton Ark Best Corp 9 Amer Tel Tel 47'/4 Ark La Gas :....20'/s Baldwin 10% Campbell Soup 35% Central S W 14'/i Chrysler 16% Del Monte '.... 20'/4 Dillards WA Easeo 10 A G Edwards 43s Emerson 41% Exxon 7B'/4 Ford 4914 Frontier Air 6 Gen Growth ' Gen Mtrs 48!i Gordon Jewelry S 1 A Intl Harv 251i I-T-E Imperial 10% J C Penney 7014 Lcvi Strauss 15% Ling Temco 9% Marcor 23'/z Pan Am World Air 4V Phillips Petro 59 Pizza Corp 11 Pizza Hut 21V2 Ralston 4214 Safeway 4114 Sears 80% Scott Paper 16 Shakespeare 6% Sou Pac 31% Texaco : Tri State Mtrs Union Carbide 38% United Air 27% Victor 7% Wai Mart 16 Ark West Gas 13 ; !S-14Vi Citation- %-lVs Kearney Natl 5%-5% Minute Man 114-1% Pioneer Foods 5% H K Porter H Std Regis 15-16 Tyson Foods 1314-1 Yellow Frt 52-53 Averages Inds down 4.31 Trans up .2' Utils unchanged Volume 3.500,090 Commodity Openings July corn 2.8," July soybeans 5.58 May eggs 37.59 July pork bellies 43.75 July wheat 3.81 WHAT IS FIRST FEDERAL UP TO? No Charge for Traveler's Checks For Anyone Having A Savings Account With Us. MAY WE SERVE YOU? - first federal savings 2 Locations To Serve You On Ihe Square and Northwesf Arkansas Plaza PHONE 521-3424 or 521-3534 Junta Weighs Bishop's Plea On 5 Leftists SANTIAGO, Chile AP) -- f h c military government Is considering appeals to commute tlie death sentences given ' leftists who could be executed by f i r i n g squads in the next 48 hours. The Uoman Catholic bishop Hancagua province nti of ., , __ dressed a plea for clemency to the junta president, Gen. Au gusto Pinochet. Another appeal came from Joseph P. Morray or Corvallis Ore., chairman of the air Trial Committee for Chilean Political Prisoners, based the United Slates. He tiandct his petition Sunday to an office in San Fernando, 100 m i l e s south of Santiago, where the men were tried riday. The officer told Morray the garrison commander. Col. Jose Castro, would decide "within several days" whether the sen tcnces would be carried out There is no appeal beyond the garrison commander. Castro told defense attorney.. ''as a Roman Catholic, I have immense respect for human life," and promised to review the death sentences "calmly and with much attention." Latin American ambassadors attending a recent conference of the Organization of American States in Atlanta. Ga., sent an urgent appeal earlier to the junta to stop executions. The five condemned men were found guilty of trying to o r g a n i z e armed guerrilla groups with the ultimate goal of establishing a Communist dictatorship in Chile. Two are 20-year-old university Students, two were militant leaders of peasant groups and the fifth headed the land reform program in the San Fernando area. Military courts condemned at least 86 persons to death immediately after the coup last September that ousted the late President Salvador Allende, but Gen. Pinochet reportedly ordered executions stopped in mid-January. Girl Joins Mory's NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) -A Yale University coed from Oregon has become the first female member of Mory's, formerly an all-male social club at the Ivy League school. "Becoming a member of Mory's is an honor," Laura Balderree, 18, of Grants Pass, Ore., said Friday after being admitted to the 113-year-old institution. She received her card after Mory's board of governors voted to admit 81 women. Sixty-four of the women are undergraduates and 17 are graduate students. Membership is limited to Yale students. The membership policy at the eating club was changed recently under a compromise between tlie club governors and women who took the club to COU' 1 '. ivn»' i^p ; ' ^vcliisinn able the American breakfast auto, according to the Quaker Oats Company which makes a ereal named 100 percent Natu- al Cereal. A company spokesman attrib- ;es the popularity or the new 'ranola-bascd natural cereals their taste appeal and to "an iicreased public appetite for he simpler, more honest, more natural' things -- in current -shions, films and furnishings r example, as well as food." Restraining Crowd A Portuguese soldier stands guard wifli his automatic ri- lle hearing a flower In I h e Imrrcl in Lisbon Sunday. Holiday atmosphere prevail- ed in 'the city, wifh soldiers rolling by In trucks waving bouquets of flowers thrown to them by tlie crowds. (AP Wireiihoto) Mitchell-Sfans Verdict Seen As Vindication Oi President By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS | Supporters of President Nix- 1 on say the acquittal of former Cabinet members John N. Mitchell and Maurice H. Stans may be the first step in the vindication of the President. But others aren't so sure. "It possibly might make a lot of people who have the tendency to accept accusations as guilt to he a little more patient and let the judicial process go forward," said California Gov. Ronald Reagan, a supporter of the President. He said he believed it might help Nixon in his fight to regain public confidence. ' But Sen. Sam J. Ervin Jr., chairman of the Senate Watergate committee, said he doesn't believe that the Mitchell-Stans verdict is related to Watergate. "Each case stands on its own bottom," Ervin said. Mitchell and Stans were found innocent of conspiracy, perjury and obstruction of justice charges. They were accused of trying to abort a Securities and Exchange Commis- sion investigation of financie Robert L. Vesco in exchang for a $200,000 cash contributio to Nixon's 1972 re-election cam paign. Several members of the com mittce, including Ervin, pointe out that the case was only pe ipherally involved with Wate: gate. Mitchell, the former a. torney general who resigned t head Nixon's re-election cair paign, still faces charges n lated to the cover-up of th June 1972 break-in at Dem cratic National Committe headquarters. Sen. Howard H. Baker, _ Tenn., the commmittee's senio Republican, noted that the ca? is far from resolved. "This the first in a series of tria t h a t have to be completed bi fore Watergate is over," r said. Sen. Herman Talmadge, D Ga., said simply: "I haven kept up with the trial, there been so much of it in the ne and I have been busy with m senatorial duties." orthweit Arkanscii TIMES, Man., April 29, 1974 FAYTTTIVILLE, ARKAN1A1 Pryor Warns Of Complacency UTTLE HOCK ( A P ) -- Kor- nct U.S. Ucp. D»vii II, Pryor t Utttc Rock sniil SalunJiiy ml he hud learned from prc- iius pulilicul races that a p a iy ami indifference arc nemlcs of Ihe Democratic sys- cm. Pryor, who is seeking tlie Natural Cereals CHICAGO (AP) - A new cc- cal cnls, category, "llie natural cc- alreiidy accounts for nore t h a n 0 per cent of the n- m u l l * pui tuni, m me idy-to-eal cereals consumed lemuerallc gubernatorial ncm. nation, said nothing could bs taken for gran ted in the current campaign. He cautioned hlj s u p p o r t e r s against complacency. "I need you at this lime moic than ever Ixjforc," Pryor addcci. Craig Rains, who Is a mem- hor of (lie Little Hock iiclverlls- inj» firm handling t h e Pryor campaign, said he thought Pryor was ahead, hut added, "There's a sly fox right behind us." lie apparently was referring to former Gov. Orvnl E. Faubus if Huntsvillc. who also is seeking the Democratic gubernatorial nomination. Ahout 300 Pryor supporters met Saturday in what Pryor's headquarters described as the first open organizational meeting for a gubernatorial campaign. or ex SEWING CLASSES ENROL!- TODAY FABRIC CITY EARS-R-IN NEW One step ear piercing method, safe, painless, sterilized, 24-K gold studs and clasps penetrate earlobe in a 1/10 of a second. This entire process takes less than two minutes. This system has been used and tested by doctors. Now available in your favorite beauty salon. Gary's Hair benders 2261/2 N. School Ave. Fayetteville 521-4269 Mr. Toad Salon Boutique 349 N. West Ave. Fayetteviile 443-3615 Distributed By State Beauty Supply of Fayetteville two nice arrangements CLASSIC Verona does this polyester sleeveless dress and jacket with ribbed trim. A perfect ensemble for now or the summer month ahead. Tomato/White Aqua/White · BETTER FASHIONS 2nd Floor Open Monday and Thursday Miles Till 8:30 arrangement is of the utmost importance to music (overs as well as just plain lovers vou'll be tuned up for spring in no time with the assistance of our staff of figure arranging professionals Only PsfMcnln. Comp'ete 4-mon!ri pjog'am. /Magic /Mirror figure salons For FREE Figure Analysis Call Westgat* Shopping C«nter Hwy. 62 W. A 71 By-Pats «:30 to 8:30 p.m. M»n*ay thru 9 It 4 f.m. «a Smlwday*

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