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Northwest ArkanMt TIMES, Friday, May 3, 1974 rAVCTTIVILLC. A R K A N S A S FHS Office Education Class Sponsors Employers Luncheon ' There were 85 employers, Special guests and students present for the recent Kmployer Appreciation Luncheon sponsored by the Cooperative O f f i c e : Kducnlu)ii Class of Faycttoville High School. Certificates of appreciation ·"were presented to the cm- ·plovers and special recognition **iven "employers of month 1 ' for *0ie past year. These? i n c l u d e d ^Federal Land B a n k , Mcllroy First pl;ice honors and a $200 U.S. Savings Hond went 10 Linda H a r p , employed by Hart- , :$ank. Douglas-Walker, ft. C. Cola, Woodruff's Cleaners arid .'Arkansas Best Freight. '^- These students were recog- Hjjizeri as outstanding COE stu- Jjknts. ;Pryor To Speak At Rall Here R u n n e r s up wort? R u t h Ann I,amor, employed by Mcllroy H a n k and K a r e n Cull ins, employed by A r k a n s a s Best Freight. Other a w a r d s were presented iv Mrs. M a r g u e r i t e Cowan, p.jtl of the business education iepartrnenl at the school. These "/ D a v i r f Pryor, Democratic : candidate for governor, will ·ijitMk at the Washington C o u n t y "fairgrounds, Tuesday, at 6:30 ;p.m. Denny Tune, Pryor's ^VfishiniUon County campaign c h a i r m a n , said today. The a n d dinner will be serve atno ;· meeting is open to the public no c h a r g e , Entertainment will ; be provided both before and a f t e r Proyor's speech. "David lived in FaycUevilIe ; for a number of years while ) attending the University of Ar- 'kansas. both as an undergra- . dilate student and in law ", sclifx)!". Tune said. "As everyone knows his wife, .Barbara, is a native of Fayetteville and we would like to" give vent to Miss Margaret Triur- nian and Mrs. Edith McAllister, ;oachcrs in the department, and [Jilt D u n c a n , school principal. Sjeci;jl guests included advisors for the business department: Keith Kobbins. Tom M a - Ihis, Lori Kstcs, Hugh Kincaid. Rex Morris, Jack On vis and Otis Stobaugh. c h a i r m a n of the Advisory committee. Other employers or COK students t h i s year were A N L Laboratories, Dr. John Vin/.anl P a r k h i ] I Clinic, University n r i r m a r y , Askew Enterprises, Raid win Piano Co., Farmer's M u t u a l Insurance Co. Veterans Ac]ministration hospital, R e t a i l Credit, W a s h i n g t o n County Judge. Washingo n Regional Medical Center. Wc-bb and Associates, Wheeler Motor Co. and the .school administration. . . . . . . Obituary r.KSTER CAROLAN Bentonville -- Lester Marlm Cnrohm. GO, or IJcntonville. died Thursday in a local liospilal. (hem an enthusiastic welcome lo Northwest Arkansas. 1 ' Participating in the festivities will be the River City Street - B a n d and other ]ocal musical crjrani nations. · Tune said that the rally is not only for the people of Washington County, hut also an invi- , 'talion is being extended to all B Pryor's supporters in all the surrounding counties. - Earlier the same day Pryor's schedule calls for him lo make slops in Rogers and Springdale. Born March 22, 1314 in Bonne- Cattle Show Set A statewide guernsey cattle show will he held at 10 a.m. Saturday on the Washington County fairgrounds. Sponsored by the Guernsey Cattle Club with assistance from the county a g r i c u l t u r a l extension service, breeders from all over Arkansas arc expected to participate In (he first annual show. Cattle competing in the show ring for trophies and ribbons will be reviewed by out of-statc judges. Persons wishing to part i c i p a t e in the show should register Saturday morning al the f a i r g r o u n d s . villc. Ark-, the son of A r t h u r nd Kate Lassitcr Carolan, he as ;i veteran of World War and a Methodist. lie is survived by the widow, Irs. Helen Noble Carolyn of he home; two sons, DavuE O -arolan of Si mi Valley. Calif, nd Buddy L, Carolan of King's ie.ich, N'ev.; o n e daughter, ilrs. Barbara L. Henry of 'lushing, Mich.; o n e b r o t h e r , Seabe Carolan of S t i g 1 o r. Okhi.; one sister. Miss M u t e l l e Carolan of Sacramento, C a l i f . ; ind six grandchildren. Funeral service will be S a t u r - f a y at 10 a.m, al Hums Chapel s'ith burial in Bentonville -emelery. Woman Injured SPRINGDALE - Bertha H. - . Kelley. 62. 2013 Ina Ave., was slightly i n j u r e d Thursday afternoon in a two car accidenl at Ifuntsville Avenue and Shilo .Street. Mrs. Kelley did not require hospital treatment- According to police reports Belly Whittle Wood ring, 35, 61( Elmdaie Lane, was southbound on Shilo and bad stopped at I he intersection. She did not see the approaching westbound car driven by Mrs. Kelley anc pulled into its path. Police cited Mrs. Woodring with f a i l u r e to yield right of way. Billfold Missing SPRiNGDALE -- Sheila For reported her billfold was eithei lost or stolen from her purs Thursday morning while sh was shopping at the Dollai Store on West Sunset Avenue. ·; Mrs. Ford lolii police hei ·child may h a v e knocked t h i ·billfold from her purse. Shi ;searched the store but wa: unable to locate the billfold. I Contained about 525 in cash an ;$10I worth of food stamps. ' Thefts Reported · SPRINGDALE -- A span ·tire, tool box and a jack were tolen from the hack of Robe H. McCormick's pickup t r il c '^onu-nme t h i s week, pnlire s n ; ·today. McCormick. of 710 ;.. ^lill St.. discovered t h e items _were missing Thursday. Estimated lo?s i,- J90. Battery Stolen MRS. I R K N K GliOliEI.E Rogers -- Mrs. Irene Ellen irobele, 77, of Pea Hidgc, died 'hursday morning in a local lospilal. Born Aug. 2, 1B9G in iilblxiro. Tex., the daughter of lenjamin Franklin and EUen ·"osier Hawkins, she was ilelhodisl. She is survived by her hus- :wnd, William o[ Ihe home; 'our sons, D a r r e l Patterson, Frank Patterson, and Clarence Patterson Jr.. of Am arillo, Tex. and J. S. Patterson of Clade, Tex.; one daughter Mrs. Nona W i l s o n of Rogers; four s i s t e r s . M r s Julia Bishop. M r s . A n n i e Johnson, and M r s . Imogene Cheatcum of Ilillsboro. Tex. and Mrs. G e r t r u d e G r i f f i n o W i n s t o n - S a l e m , i\'C.; ]2 ramlchiklrcn: 2 1 g r e a i grandchildren; and one great ;real grandchild. Funeral service w i l l b e Saturday at 3 p.m. at Burn Funeral Chape! with burial it Benton County Memorial Park MRS. I.MA BLEVINS Huntsville -- Mrs. Ima Lewi; Blevins. 47, of 238 S. Churcl St.. died Wednesday in Whittiei Hospital in Whittier, Calif. Bon June 25. 192G at Drakes Creek she was the daughter of Alber and Nancy Owens Sisemore am a member of Drakes Creel Baptist Church. Survivors are the husband Archie Blevins of Springrialc sons, Bill Lewis of Lincol and Charles Lewis of Fayette ville; three d a u g h t e r s , Mrs Janie Balfiger of Newpor Reach. Calif., and Mrs. Lind Marinucci and Mrs. Christin Campfield both of Brea. Calif. two brothers, Paul ant! Lo. Sisemore both of Fayetteville' and II grandchildren. Funeral ^rrvice will he a 2 p.m. Monday at the Drake Creek Baptist Church w i t . burial in the Drakes Creek Cemetery under the direction c Brashears Funeral Home. ALBERT J1UXCV Albert I. M u n c y . 7-!. of Fa elteville, died today in a local rest home. Born Sept. 11. 1899 at Drakes Creek, he was she son of William II. and Florence Fulbrighl Says Bumpers Makes 'Phony Issues' LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Sen, J. W. Fulbright. D-Ark., said Thirr.sdfiy Itiat Go\ p . Dale Hampers, who is challenging Fulbright's re election bid, is being "misleading" and "do- cc-pt-ive" in liis c a m p a i g n i n g approach. FulbrigM made the remarks a i n t e r v i e w to be shown Sim y on Little Rock television alion KTHV. He accused Bumpers of m a k - g a "phony issue" out of sc- ority. "I have it and he wants discredit, it as being of no aiue," the senator said. "It is common kind of subtle mis* presentation." The senator charged that umpers was being "very mis- ading" in attempting to com- arlnienlalize domestic and for- gn affairs. Fuibrtght, who :ads the Senate Foreign Maoris Committee, contends the ."o are- inseparable, lie suid it makes tto sense to mke such a distinction when rkansas' farmers rely heavily i export m a r k e t s and when ic Vietnam War killed almost 00 A r k a n s a n s He? said Brmpcrs was trying i "prejudge people t h a i I am ot interested in their a f f a i r s . " Fulbright said he objected lo iimpers* method of campaign- ig. "I t h i n k it is the duty of a a n d i d a t e for an important of- ce to speak clearly to the con- tituents," be added, "f think e is evading any discussion of hut's involved in all of this nd why he can do a better job Rodino Allows TV Coverage Chairman I'clor \V. Rod inn, D-N..I., prcpiires to call ( h e Thursday a f l e r n o o n session ol his Impeachment panel to order as Rep. llnntlil I). Dono- hm?, D-Mass., looks o v n r his City United Fund Budget Approved notes. Rod)no said live television coverage of impeachment proceedings will nrit ht:gin w i t h the i n i t i a l presentation of the evidence. CAP Wirephotri) President's A budget of $0,000 was accep- ccl to conduct the 1974 United *\md Drive in Fayuttevilte at a meeting held T h u r s d a y aftcr- loon at Southwestern Electric 'mvor Cri- The.- budget reflects an increase of $1.500 from 1973 and he increases at'c chiefly in ·alary for the executive secre ary, proposed rental on space ' n r i n g Iho drive, and the increase tn the cost of supplies. The Hoard of Directors voted o amend contracts of member igencies to require that United Fund be notified of fund-raising Irives being conducted for the agencies in the county. The recommendation was made by Richard H i p p , one of a three" - man committee, app o i n t e d t o develop Ihp recommendation. H i p p said the purpose oF the provision is U protect the effectiveness ol United Fund, It is not intended lie said, to set the United Func un IKS an a u t h o r i z i n g agency but to serve- as an iidvisor to the agencies. The other members were Dan Yowcll and Dor Dver. Kent. McVey, chairman of the committee io determine t h e ·visibility of setting United Fund as a clearing house for non-member agencies func ;]rives reported ( h a t date are lieinp compiled and a reporl will'be r e a d y for the Board at the next meeting. The meeting was conducted by George (Skip) Holland, pre sident of the Fayctteville United Fund. CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE ried to eliminate St. Clair 1 ·iglit to raise abjections, sayin; -he committee was giving SI Clair the opportunity to tur what should be a fact-findin; nvestlgation into a full-seal rial. But Hep. Robert F. Drinan D-Mass., citing past impeac! ment proceedings in whic counsel for the person under in vestigation was allowed to tak t a r t , said "it is better to let Si ir become tbe 39th mem be of the committee nan to den; him his procedural rights." Campus Police Check Thefts In Dormitory The University of Arkansa D e n a r t m e n t of Public Safet; (DPS) is continuing an invest! Cation of a series of theft reported by Fulbright Hal residents. Shannon Kelzcher, a rcsiden of the dormitory, told DPS officers t o d n y that her purse containing miscellaneous items a pnir of diamond earrings, a gold w a t c h and a hair d r y e wore stolen from her unlcckec dorm roum last week. Thf items were valued at £269. - Five other residents of thi dormitory recently reporter s i m i l a r thefts lo the DPS. Mrs. Benita Dryer of (he Har- E f H e Leribetter Muncv, rnnn c o m m t m i t y . R o u t e 6. Fay-! r c ''red farmer and a B a p t i s t , r t t e v i 1 1 ? . told Washington County sheriff's deputies today (hat a battery from " " truck at he stolen. ivors arc a brother, Clarence of Corcoran. Calif · a ^r^up iwo sisters. Mrs. Pearl Thomas home h a s been an " Mrs. Alice Duncan both of S Corcoran, C a l i f . ; and several . m X. Txt ire. FajeflertE*. Art. 7TT . fs'-i el Fiy*tterti:«, jut MEMBER ASEOCU7TD PRESS The ASiSate; P.-ej» li M?:LEI n- ciLjjJTCy :o the ait for re?ablj«- tloi or a'J Iscal r.e-v» p.-j,;ei '.a th!i reTj?£?.- M B5;l SI t:J A? f»WJ EfJaciive o-tfxr l, H9m« Dettrwr Per nsooti b? cstt.e: as, M*a h Washlcjpan, Bee 103, i! fi*i. Arlc.. Adilr Co., O t rattith* _ t macit* 1 TEAK .i cnr BOX 15 QO S3t» «00 3 mfn'.ht I mor.tiii t TEAR , KAIL sri T*BU Ol IDVU'CX . . nieces and nephew?. Funeral service n-ill be at 3:30 Monriav at the Drakes Creek Church with burial in the Drakes Creek Cemetery under the direction of Moore's Chapel. A clock r a d i o was reportec stolen from the a p a r t m e n t " Miss Betty Hardin of 13S H: mon Ave. city police said todi Miss Hardin told police " Boat Stolen Mrs. Clarence Tune of Fav- ettevdle h a s reported t o t h e Washington County sheriff's of fice the t h e f i of a ' U foot alum- i n u m boat. The boat w a s chained a n d . locked to a tree at the H a r r y i Jackson f a r m on Hwy. 45 Oxford. The boat was valued at 5150. Radio Stolen Jay tha arik returnee missing w h e n she* it-v.u,;^ froin visiting a friend in the ssme complex between 9:40-1 p.m. Thursday. She said tha she had loft the door nnlockec with a note attached to ii ^v p l a i n i n g where she was, MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! If you cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONE «2-S242 Daily 5 to 6:30 p.m. S a t u r d a y 3 to 6 p.m. Suuday g to 3:30 a.m. LET GO And let God minister to you by word and deed at F a i t h Teaching-Ministry through Evangelist VERN HOWELL Fri.-Sat., May 3rd-4th 7:30 p.m. I Sun. May 5th 2:30 p.m. Hwy. 62 West, Fayetteville rurn South at Hawkins Body Shop. Call 4«-«M for Inform a l ion. Petersen (CONTINUED FHOM PAGE !) report the conversations. He kept, Nixon informed, ! said, because "we thought I 1 had a right to know." NO DIFFERENT He said the decisions 1 made in the cose were no di ferent than a prosecutor make judging the strength of e\ deuce in any case. He said thai early in the vestigation, he saw no rcaso to distrust White House conns John W. Dean IH. then deep! involved in the cover-up. As the cover-up began to u: ravel, Nixon insisted on sliarir f.hc authority for decidin whether Dean was to lie gran ed immunity from prosecution Asked whether he was Curbed t h a t Nixon did not Iea\ that decision to the prosecutor Petersen replied t h a t record is clear" about bis po? tion in his testimony before th Senate Watergate committee. The transcripts disclosed th Nixon on March 21, 1973, su gestcd appointing Petersen "; special counsel to the Win House for the purpose of co d u c t i n g f l i c investigation," NEVER PRESENTED Petersen said the offer neve was presented to him in co nectton with the Waterga case. But it was mentioned in i 01 f hand way d u r i n g the su sequent investigation of forme Vice President Spiro T. Agne\ lie revealed. "f didn't t a k e it seriously. never pursued it," he said. Tl suggest ion wa s broached ' '1 an overworked lawyer" aft- an a r g u m e n t , he added. Asked if the lawyer w. White House attorney" J. FIT Buzhardt, who played a k role in the Agnew negotiation Petersen shook his head b then said he did not mean indicate yes or no. Washington." Kulbright said Howard Phelps Seniors Win National Merit College Awards T h r e e Fayetleville High School seniors have- won Four- year college-sponsored scholarships under the National Merit Scholarship Program. They are Howard E^helps. son of Mr. and Mrs. William Phelps; James R. Beall, son of Mr, and Mrs. Robert Be-all and Lee M. Kirby Jr., son of Col. and Mrs. Lee M. Kirby. Phelps plans lo study pre-law at Centre College of Kentucky al Danville; Kirby 1 s general field of study is science ami the scholarship is from Carleton Jam« R. Beall Lee M. Kirby Bumpers had College at NorthfieW, Minn.; is interested in a career Beall one nothing in Arkansas to in- icate that he would be effec- ive in the Senate. The senator conceded that Jumpers probably is ahead now i the polls. He said Bumpers would like o Leave the impression that 'there is some mess in Wash- ngton and t h a t I've been in Vashington and I'm a p a r t of L" F u l b r i g h t said that is mis- epresentative of the facts and s not relevant to the campaign. Fulbrigh said the only point hat lie is making is that Ar- ;ansans have made a good investment in his knowledge and capacity to get things done in Yashington. in engineering a Rice University. The three were among eight scholarships awarded Arkansas students. Winners of non-renew able, one-year corporate-spon^ sored awards and four-year corporate scholarships h. previously been announced. The amounts of the scholar ships not be announced Amount (CONTTNUF,D FROM PAGE I) court cases, the youth's attorney 'had filed a motion to have ;ne c a s e dismissed because lossession of marijuana "for personal use and not for sale not a c r i m e in the slate of Arkansas as the law is presently constituted." Juvenile Court Judge Mayes did not rule on Bob the motion since the case was nolle pressed. Possession of more than an ounce of marijuana is a felony -- possession of m a r i j u a n a with intent to deliver -- and implies that the only reason for having more than an ounce of mari- j u a n a is to sell it. That law is not questioned in the current debate. The stipends are determined b the sponsoring college anc range from $100 to SL500 a year. The scholarships may be used only at the sponsoring in stitutios. Springdale To Gel Street Improvements The A r k a n s a s Highway Com mission has announced that E will provide "channelization im provements" at three Spring dale locations. County Judge Vol Lester sail he believes the Highway De parlment will set up left tur lanes at three intersections b widening shoulders and proving the flow of traffic. The three betterment project are at U.S. Hwy. 71 an Backus; StnEe Hwy. 68 an Robinson Ave. and at Hwy. 7 and Pleasant Ave. Total cost of the projects i $11.900. Four Car Site Examined T h e W a s h i n g t o n Count Planning Board will inspect th abandoned car site at Linco' at its regular meeting at 3:3 p.m. Alonday. Tiie board will meet Battlefield Park in Prairie Grove anr! then drive to Lincoln. Four Youlhs Arrested In Theft Of Metal Four Springdale youths arc :ing held at the Washington unity jail for investigation of and larceny. Sheriff Bill Long said his lice receive-d a call shortly ter noon Thursday that veral persons were loading etal lying near the Frisco ilroad "tracks in Johnson. Sheriff's deputies responded the call and arrested four ersons: Janice Kay Horton. 19. erry Ray -Anglin. 24. Jerry ytin New, 18, and a U-ycar-olcl Vl. A pickup truck loaded with e metal fittings -- apparent^ j be sold for scrap -- is being eld at the Washington Count; dil. The prosecutor's office ·u'estigaling the incident today Pleads Innocent Kerry Cornet, 18, Springdale, ileadctl innocent this week in Yashington Circuit Court to a charge of burglary and grand arceny. Cornet is charged in connection with a break-in April 211 al the Arkansas Transmission Co. in Springdale. Trial was set tor May 31. 1874. AIRCRAFT RENTAL Call 442-6281 FAYETTEVILLE FLYING SERVICE Drake Field LAST DAY TO REGISTER MAY 7 VOTE Democratic Primary MAY 28 '613$' OSTMEYIR COUNTY JUDGE FOR: Honest Government Efficient Administration No Self-Serving Activities Pol. Ad Paid For By Gus Ostmeycr Wash. C o u n t y (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) bra" file, the Oct. 20 kidnaping nnd decapitation of Mrs. Quita Hague. 28. Also cliarRecl in t h a t case was Jesse Lee Cooks, now serving a life sentence for murder. CHARGES FILED Green and Cooks are charged with conspiracy to commit code-named "Zebra" after murder, kidnaping, a r m e tl r o b b e r y a n d assault with a deadly \voapon. C h i e f Asst. District Atty. Walter Giubbini said. Police say Mrs. Hague was beheaded with a machete-like weapon and her husband. Richard. HO. savagely beaten and slashed in the "attack. They were forced intn'a white van as they walked near their Telegraph Hill home, police said. Moore ant! Simon are accused of s h o o t i n g Jane Holley on Jan. 28 as she removed clothes from a washer at a downtown l a u n d r o m a t and slaying Alario Bcrtuccio, 81, with pmfirc as he walked home from \vork cm Doc. 20. Moore also is charged with shooting Terry White. 15, and Ward Anderson. 18, at a San Francisco bus stop on April 14. Both teen-agers survived. Police had listed all four vic- t i m s as targets of '-'Zebra" attacks. We Believe That Membership In The New Testament Church Is Essential To Salvation... because 1. Christ will SAVE the Church. Eph 523. 2. NO BIBLICAL EVIDENCE can be presented to show that people are SAVED IN ANY OTHER WAY. Acts 20:28. 3. ALL SPIRITUAL BLESSINGS or. found IN THE CHURCH. Eph. 1:3. If you want to worship with same members of the New Testament Church come to CHURCH OF CHRIST 2480 CHd Wire Road If you or* interested in studying with IK, visit, writ*', or call 443-2080 DUPLEX ON E. SPRING -ONLY S19.500 wilh Income of S220 per mo. Low interest loan can be assumed. Call -W3-4316. DUPLEX ON VIRGINIA ONLY 521,000 lor tills p r o p e r l y less t h a n one block from V. of A. Good rental record. Call 443-4316. 21 ACRES NORTH of highway 45 East -- no open land but trees and live stream. Sl.iiOO PER ACRE. Call 443-4316 NOW. POTHAST REALTY CO. 443-4316 ZHO N. College ra Slslrunk 44.1-JIOs Floyd Pothast Ir 4J3-31U JUST ARRIVED! New Shipment of FIRE SCREENS ond heavy duty rodded and cast GRATES all Have a beautiful fireplace summer--and be ahead of the fall price increase. ewiA HARDWARE DEPT. -- BASEMENT LEVEL Open 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday and Thursday 'til 8:30 p.m. NORTHWEST CORNER OF SQUARE NEW USED AL WSlKiNS HOME FURNITURE 410 N. College -- DISCOUNT PRICES -- 521-3042 SALVAGE 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. NOW OPEN! Monday Thru S-3t. Al and Ann Wilkins wish to thank their many friends for the opportunity to serve you the past 20 years in I the FayetteviJIe area. Now that we h-ave opened our Furniture Store at 410 N. College we hope you will give us the opportunity to continue our services and offer you professional advice on all your home furnishing needs. We carry some of the finest name brands such as Strata Lounger, Bassett, Pullman, Therapedic, Athens, La-Z-Boy and etc. ALL AT DISCOUNT PRICES! · CASH, If You Have It! TERMS, If You Need It! -- Free Delivery Service Available --

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