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Wednesday, May 1, 1974
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Northwest Arkonvai TIMES, Wed., May 1, 1974 t. A R K A N S A S Two Drug Suspects Are Free On Bond Tun of five persons arrester! Monday m o r n i n g in a drug r a i r l netted more than 100 pounds of m a r i j u a n a are now 'rec on bond from the Washing- .OIT County j a i l . Lonnic M t G u i r e . 24. of 235 S, College As-e. and Charles C, Harris. 20. No. 3 lister St.. ade bond Tuesday. Bond on each of the five had. een .set at $25,000. w.ilh a 10 er cent cash hond, or $2.500. ceded for release. The three others arrested, herry Hardy. 20, 235 S. College.* ve.; John Stone, 35. Memphis, enn,; and J i m m y Cooper, 24, itlle Roc-k. are siill in custody. A M a r e charged with ossession of a controlled sub- ance, m a r i j u a n a , with intenl deliver. Trial dates am sche- uled in laic June and July. Arts Center Exhibit An exhibition nt s t u d e n t nrt work at the University of A r k a n s a s will close Thurs- d a y in t h e Fine Arts Center. Cindy A k i n s , s t u d e n t , and Donald Roller Wilson. Instructor, examine a picture in (he display, entitled "Naughty Edna Eggplant" painted by Pauline Murphy. The exhibit was formali) 1 opened with a reception Mojiilay evening. (TIMESphotn by Ray Gray) Obituary Kill! G E O R G E KOGF.HS Springdile -- George Kell Rogers. 59. of Route 2, Springdale. di«l t h i s m o r n i n g in a Fayetteville hospital. He was hnrn Apr;! 24. 1915 in \a\. Ark.. the son or W i l l i a m A. ami N a n cy E. Sisco. Rogers, and was a member of the Mountain View Free Holiness Church, and the A m e r i c a n Legion. He was n rc'tircxl truck d r i v e r and veteran of World War I I . Survivors include the widow, Mrs. G l e n n a Stanphiil. Rogers, and a son. Gilbert, both of the home: three daughters, Mrs: W, C. Grimes of Little Film. Tex.. Mrs. James Smith of Lowell and Mrs. Doyle Fujtz of Conroe. Tex.; a hrother, Jim, of Canton. Ga. and a sister. Mrs L. C. Barnes nf Gainesville. Ga. Funeral a r r a n g e m e n t s w i l l be a n n o u n c e d by Sisco Funeral Home. J E N X I F E H HUGHES S p r i n g c 3 a l e -- J e n n i f e r Hughes, fi, d a u g h t e r of Herbert and Laura Ann Watkins Hughes of Route ·!, Springdale, died Tuesday in St. .hide's Hospital in Memphis. Tenn. She was horn May 15. 1967 in Fayelte- ville. She is survived, in a d d i t i o n to her parents, by two sisters, K a r e n and Kathy. both of the Home: her paternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hughes and her m a t e r n a l Rrandparents. Mr- and Mrs. Oscar W a t k i n s , all of Springdale: and her paternal great-- g r a n d m o t h e r , Mrs. Mary Hughes of Fayetteville F u n e r a l arrangements will he announced by Sisco Funeral Home. MRS. JENNIE SAMPLES Huntsville -- Mrs. Temiie Samples. fiO. of Huntsville, died M o n d a y in the Madison Count\ Hospital. Born Dec. 7. 1913 iii Japton. the d a u g h t e r of John flnd R u a n n a Drain Rogers, she was a member of the Church of Chrisl, Survivors are the husband Charles Samples of the home: one son. Dana of Huntsville: one b r o t h e r . J i m m y Rogers ol Wichita. Kan.: three sisters Mrs. Estie Ball of Haskell. Okla.. Mrs. N'ola Woodard ol Lincoln and Mrs. Ida Byforc: of Goshen and t w o grandchildren-. Funeral service will he at 2 p m. Thursday at the Church of Christ with b u r i a l in Gross Gen-ietery under direction ol Brashears Funeral Home. MRS. AN.VE W O R K M A N Prairie Grove -- Mrs. A n n e Workman. -55. of Route 2. Prairie Grove, died at her home Mondav. She w a s born Au^ ''{I 1S28 in St. Paul, ihe dauVhtcr of Mr. and Mrs. .Marshall Gregory. Survivors art- the husband, D f t r r e l W o r k m a n of the home- t n r e e fi-sughters.-Mrs. Sherry L. Gillian and Mrs. Terr. A Anjoura both of Kansas' City and Mrs. K a t h r y n A. Floyd of Independence. Mo'.: t w o ' brothers. John Gregory of O k l a - homa C i t y and Clyde Gregorv ^ortljtotst SWianis Ci of Rogers: six sisters, Mrs. ·aura Langover and Mrs. Betty 'aimer both of Wichita. Kan', Mrs. Connie R i t t e r of Oklahoma ity, Mrs. Lucy Flizley of S p r i n g d a l e , Mrs. Marge S|'--"?e of Stilwcll, Okla. and and Mrs. Vad McNabl) of Exeter, Mo. and seven grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 1 .m. Thursday at the Walnut 5 rove Presbyterian Church inder direction of LuRinbue! ·'uneral H o m e . . Crcrmalion will ollow. A I . I C X A N D K R M A C K E N Z I E Alexander W. MacKen/.ie, of R o u t e -1. Springdale, died M o n d a y in EI local nursing ionic. Born Feb. 3. 1885 in Scot- and, the son of Alexander and ·\nn W a t t MacKenzie. he was retired railroad employe. . Survivors are two sons. Robert N. of Tiistin, C a l i f , and Alexander of Lancaster, Calif.: .wo daughters, Mrs. Alice Ruppcrt of Springdale and Mrs. Jean Ferguson -of Chester-land, Ohio; !0 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Funeral service iind burial will he in M a y f i e l d Heights. Ohio with local arrangements by Watson Mortuary. Outlook (CONTINUED mOM PAGE 1) Israeli state radio said t h e fate of Kuneitra dominated much ol Ihe discussion, a n d ' t h e r e were reports from Washington to Je rusalem that Kissinger believe? a retreat from the town whicl was abandoned in 1967 by its Syrian population and has been reduced to rubble--would be a s i g n i f i c a n t step t o w a r d a settle merit. Sources close to the govern ment said Premier Rabin raised al least four other questions. --Should Israeli forces with d r a w from Hie summit of Mt Hebron, which overlooks UK G o l a n Heights and the ap proach tn Damascus? --Should the buffer zone he tween Syrian and Israeli forces be m a n n e d by the u n a r m e d of ficers of the United Nations T r u c e Supervisory Organ i / a t i o n . as Syria wants, or the armed men of the U.M. Emergency Force, w h i c h Israe' w a n t s ? --After Kissinger completes his current visit to the Middle East, should further t a l k s be held in Geneva. W a s h i n g t o n , or at some point on the Kuneitra I Damascus road? --What guarantees can be nh tamed to prevent operations b A r a b terrorists from Svrian territory? Israeli o f f i c i a l s said theii government's first priority in a I disengagement agreement wou!a be an exchange of the 65 or more Israeli prisoners ol war in Syrian h a n d s for more j h a n !0! Syrian POWs Israel is holding. An informed membe °i K i s s i n g e r ' s entourage ;iid tne secretary would also insist on !hi; in his n e a o l i a t i o n s ir D a m a s c u s . n; N. ran / T «. f ajetteiine, ATI. 77: . 1. Ju_y J. Tia-i.«s:«.-.j 6 - J . C.«n PosUJS t Fi ? ?:!tv_:e, JU ASSOCIATED PRE5B Herat UeUrer Per mr.t-, .- cir.-:-: «:!y HH Window Broken S P R I X G D A L E - Dan Glaser | an Ozark Guidance Center s t a f f I member, reported to police i Tuesday that a stone had been :U! t h r o u g h his of/ice win- ooiv a; the center on Maple j Averse. Glaser said after . n e a r i n g a noise, he found the ;,v],-.drr.i _ broken ar,c; a stone i n s i o e :ne room. lie saw a boy r u n n i n g from the (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ]) louse aides H.R. H a l d e m a n and John D. EhHichman. - April 14. 1973. the day of a ·ambling discussion of Water jale hy Ihe President, HakJe nan find Ehrlichman during vhich they talked about the need to fire Dean and to con ,'ince former Ally. Gen. John v f. Mitchell to appear before .he prosecutor and a gram fury. So far as is known only Nixoi and Haldeman, amocig thos quoted in the transcripts, kne\ that the conversations wer being tape recorded. The President offered to le the two senior members of th Judiciary Committee, chairma Peter W. Kodino Jr.. D-N.J ami Rep. Edward Hutchinson K-Mich,, listen to the tapes t verify t h a t the transcripts con tained all relevant Walergat material. NO ROLE But the President gave th committee no role in say in which matters were of p r i r n a r concern to it. However, afte p a r t y caucuses Tuesday, com millee members appeared dc termined to avoid a partisa split over what many consif ered a futile effort to force th President to . comply with th subpoena. Instead, the Democrats, wh hold a 2J-17 majority, appeare ready to propose a statemen t h a t Nixon had failed, to comp! with the subpoena, which migh be put forth in the future a part of a bill of impeachment. In his speech Monday nigh the President had said the tra scripts would "provide grist fi many sensational stories in th press. Parts will seem con trad.ctory with one anothe and parts will be in conflii with some of the testimony gi 1 en in the Senate Watergat committee hearings." ite House City Fire Truck, Yehicie involved In Minor Crash A Fayeltcvilte fire (ruck en route to a house firo was involved in a minor accident Tuesday night at the ler sect inn of .School Avenue and 15th Street. FayeUeville police said a car driven by Hetty R u t h .lord 21. of 203 E. Center St., v . t r a v e l i n g west oQn 15th Street and pulled into the path of the southbound fire truck, driven bj Dennis W. M u l l e n s , 27, of Route ]. Miss .Jordan (old police she did not see the flashing rec l i g h t s or hear a sucn before pulling i n t o the intersection. No one was injured. The fire, at the home o: Oelbcrt Gibson. 525 Scllc Drive caused considerable damage to a closet, hallway and a portion Student Gets Award Walter Pupko of Douglaston, N.Y.. is the recipient this year of the $100 Minor Millewc- A w a r d of the University of Arkansas School of L a w . acc o r d i n g to Dean Wylie Davis. The award is presented each year by the Kayettevilte 1 law f i r m of Pulnian. D a v i s and liassett to the student makirif the best grade in the legal pro fcssion. course. It honors the late Minor W. Millwce. a for mcr justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court. and former member of the Putman, Davis and Bassctt firm and of the faculty of the School, of Law. Pupko, a second year student, is a graduate of the State University of New York at Binghampton. of one bedroom, as well as smoke and water damage to the remainder of the house. Firemen said the blaze was caused by a n . overheated electric iron in the closet which ignited clothing. No estimate o damage was available- Car Accidenl Victim Sues Insurance Firm Kenneth E. Sanders, of ipringdaie filed suit Tuesday in W a s h i n g t o n Circuit Court against Southwestern National Insurance Company in connection with an accident April 28, Sanders say.s that he had an uninsured motorist clause in his policy with the insurance company', amounting to $10,000 per passenger and $20,000 each accident. According to the suit, Sanders ivas a passenger iti a car driven by his wife, W. Mable Sanders in April. 1973, on North College Avenue near Township Road vhen the car was involved in d collision with one driven by 0. J. Uirkes of Kayeltcville. The suit slates that Birkcs was an uninsured -motorist and t h a t Sanders suffered physical njurics which resulted in costs over $10,000 in the accident. The suit asks Jlfl.OuO from the com j] any. Housing Board Meets The Fayetteville Housing Authority will meet in a special called session at 8:30 a.m. Friday in the office at Hillcrest Towers. The agenda calls for consideration of demolition contracts and a report on the progress of the pedestrian mall on the Downtown Square. Paper Racks Found Two newspaper racks, apparently stolen .sometime* in April, re recovered Tuesday by P'ayetteviltc police at a rent house at, 933 S. School Ave. Police said they received a call from the owner of the house. Fred Hanna, saying he had found the racks. One of the racks was identified this morning by Doug Norwood of the Springdale News as one which was stolen from in front of the- Safeway store in Fayetteville about three weeks ago, The other paper rack is owned by the World Publishing Co. of Tulsa. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE I) was proper for the President I discuss blackmail and possihl ways to meet it at length in th White House. St. Clair replied: "I'm sure if he (Nixon) h, it to do over again, h wouldn't." Another reporter pointed to one transcript in which Nixon seemed to suggest that sw : orn witnesses who could be expected to testify about Watergate might suffer from f a u l t y memories when on the stand. "As the President said," St. Clair responded, "there are unfortunate remarks in there." St. Clair was asked about frequent notations in Tuesday's t r a n s c r i p t s that said parts of the discussions were unintelli- ble. He sairi the White House made no use of technological equipment to try to discern the language used as tapes were being transcribed. He said that if Judiciary Committee Chairman Peter j. Ifodino. D-K.Y.. and the ranking Republican member Edward Hutchinson of Michigan, reviewed the tapes and feel an i n a u d i b l e section is crucial. "Mr. Doar (committee counsel jJohn Doar) and I can s i t ' d o w n j and SPC wha' we can do about it." St.Clair said he would not promise to agree to the use of computers and other technological means to help make i t h e passage? understandable, but he implied that such a step ! would not he ruled out auto- imatically. FAT1BLE O ADTAAC! MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! · If you cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONE U2-6242 Daily 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturuay 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. People Helping People Mel. Directors of _jX Funeral Service l^rjf Services: B E C K E R . HJITY M. -- Vnurs- day. 10:W a.m. Chape] ol N'el- aon's Tjneral Home. Dr. Joel Cooper offlclatiiv. Intermenl, Aspen Grove Cemetery, Bur- linfton, Iowa. JCPenney auto center buys * New low, low prices on our steel belted tires. Reliant Steel Belted tire. 2 plies of polyester; two steel beds, in the 78 series. Whitewall tubeless. No trade-in required. Tire size F78-14 G78-14 H78-14 G78-15 H78-15 L78-15 Price 30.88 30.88 30.88 34.88 34.88 34.88 Plus fed. tax 2.61 2.79 2.94 2.86 3.06 3.SO Tune-up. 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