Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 20, 1974 · Page 3
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May 20, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Nation's Weather Generally Wet The northern half of th« nation was cool and wet today while much of the southern half was hot and humid. Snow and rain were scattered through the Rocky Mountains and Montana stockmen were warned to protect their live stock from the cold. A tornado watch was poste( for parts of South Dakota and Nebraska and flash flood warn ings were issued for the Da kotas. Thunderstorms spread from New Mexico through Georgi and the Carolina^. A man died Sunday when hi auto was swept into a rain swollen creek near Decatur 111., where almost six inches o raini fell within 24 hours, but n one was injured when a bus washed off a highway. Flash floods rose into the Decatur sewage plant and closed roads into the city for several hours. Temperatures in early morning ranged from 29 at Flagstaff. Ariz., to 79 at Fort Lauderdale. Fla. Arkarxa* TIMCS, Men., May 20, ARKANSAS 1*74 « 9 Theft Reported Jerry Rowan of Rout* «, Fay- ttteville, told police Sunday that sometime Saturday night the valve stems were rcmoycd from all four tires on his car while it was parked at the Chateau Apartments. He said a note had been left on the car c o n d e m n i n g h i s parking methods Cycle Seat Stolen Don Davell of 225 S. Church Ave. told police Sunday that between midnight and 3 a.m. the scat had been removed from his motorcycle while it was parked on a supermarket narking lot at the intersection of Sixth Street and School Avenue. ·iitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiuiiiiiiiiimnniiiniiwiiiiiiniiiiiiMiinn THE WEATHER Elsewhere TOP STUDENTS AT LINCOLN . . . Karen Osborn (left) is valedictorian and Wendy Barker salutatorian of the Lincoln graduating class. Lincoln Lists Honor Graduates And Scholarship Winners Experience In Management and Personnel VOTE Democratic Primary MAY 28 '6US' OSTMEYER COUNTY JUDGE MANY THINGS NEED TO BE DONE PROPERLY, FOR INSTANCE: Bids on county contracts to be handled strictly In accordance with the law, with emphasis on protection of sealed bids from anyone's premature knowledge. Pol. Ad Paid Fnr By Gus Ostmeyer Waitl. County Weather Forecast Showers are forecast Monday from the Texas Panhandle ti the Pakolas and upper Great Lakes. Showers are also ex- pected for the Carolinas. Warmer weather Is forecast for the Southeast and Midwest, bat cooler weather is forecast for the West and the Northeast. (AP Wirephoto Map) Candidates Give Reply To Labor Quii LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Sen J. W. Fulbright and Gov. Dale Bumpers say they favor reten tion of a section of the Taft Hartley Amendment that gives states the authority to maintain "right to work" laws. Such laws are designed to' protect work ers from compulsory unionism. Fulbright and Bumpers, the candidate for the Democratic senatorial nomination, m a d e their responses in a questionnaire from the National Right to Work Committee. There were a total of five questions. In additon to the question about right to work laws, the other questions were: --Will you...vote to repeal the authorizations of compulsory unionism in the National Labor Relations Act and the National Railway Labor Act? --Will you support legislation designed tn halt the use of compulsory union dues for any kind of partisan political activity? --Will you resist legislation or an executive order which authorized the forced unionization of public employes at any level of government -- federal, slate county or municipal? --Will you oppose proposed legislation which would authorize the discharge of farm workers for their refusal to pay union dues or fees? Fulbrighl answered only the first question. Bumpers answered "no" to the second question and did not answer the third question- He replied "yes" to both the fourth and fifth questions. John Harris Jones, the Republican candidate for the Senate, replied negatively to the second question, but answered yes to the other four. Gene Rainwater of Greenwood and James Scanlon of Greenland, two of the four candidates for the Democratic nomination from the 3rd Congressional District, answered yes to each of the five questions, David Stewart of Danville answered yes to the first question, did not respond to the next two and replied yes to the fourth and fifth questions. Bill Clinton of Fayetteville did not answer any of the questions. John Paul Hammerschmidt, the Republican incumbent, did not answer the second question, but answered yes to the other four. May Become Citizen JERUSALEM (AP) -- Henry A. Kissinger, the U.S. Secre- ;ary of State, may soon be a candidate for the Israeli army. "If I stay around a few more days, I'll be eligible for Israeli citizenship and they'll draft me," Kissinger, who has been on a Mideast peacemaking mission for 22 days, told newsmen Sunday. LAFF - A 1 1° -DAY Hi Lo Prc Otlk "Your homework's improving lately -- are you and your father getting outside help?" Albany Albu'que Amarillo Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Charleston Charlotte Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Denver )es Moines )etroit Juluth Fairbanks Fort Worth reen Bay lelena lonolulu iouston noVapolis tacks'ville funeau Cansas City Las Vegas Little Rock Ange|es '.oiiisville tfarquette Memphis Miami Mpls-5t. P. New Orleans New York Okla. City Omaha Orlando Philad'phia Phoenix Pittsburgh P'tland Ore. P'tland Me. Rapid City Reno Richmond St. Louis Salt Lake San Diego San Fran Seattle I Spokane 68 87 92 fiO 86 88 87 59 62 58 89 68 61 41 85 68 88 65 63 57 70 58 ' 63 44 89 53 69 67 66 46 61 42 64 43 88 70 68 48 49 36 86 75 83 72 71 59 86 62 53 34 85 71 63 50 91 60 81 66 M fit 71 clr clr . cdy . cdy . c d y . 1 cdy .04 cdy . 5 rn cdy clr . . rn .. clr .01 cdy .38 cdy . . cdy .79 clr clr cdy .05 cdy clr cdy cdy cdy . . cdy . 4 rn . clr . rn .39 cdy . . cdy .09 clr . . cdy .. clr . . c d y .. clr .05 cdy .. clr LINCOLN -- Graduation exercises for the 62 seniors of the Lincoln High School graduating classes will be held at 4 p.m. Friday at the school's football field. Baccalaureate services were held Sunday afternoon. Miss Karen Osborn is valedictorian of the class and Wendy Barker, salutatorian. Students graduating with honors are Patty Fields, Sharon Lemons, Vera Napier, Colleen Scott, Self, Steve Larry Williams, Connie Price. Rhonda Yates. Rusty Loftin, Mary Flannigan, Dar- Icne Reeves. S a m m y Cluck, Marsha Pharr, Cindy Thomas, Jerry Hudson, Mike Cheryl Danforth and ChamhUss. Students receiving scholarships loans and grants included Karen Osborn. Wendy Barker, S h a r o n Lemons, Darlene Reeves. Colleen Scott and Steve Williams. Ford Sees No Better Issue For A President Than Peace 72 .. cdy 75 62 WASHINGTON (AP) -- Vice President Gerald R. Ford says that if moves to impeach E'resi- dent Nixon are defeated, the President then would need successes in foreign and domestic policy to recover lost public support. "I think if the President and Henry Kissinger are successful in the Middle East . . . and I think the prospects are fairly encouraging, T think that would be most helpful, 1 ' Ford said in interview with The Associated Press. He said the public's views 'move back and forth very quickly and there still is no het- :er issue for any President than peace, particularly if they have .07 cdy .. cdy 86 68 1.33 rn 72 53 87 68 82 68 .11 cdy 89 69 .. cdy 73 54 76 53 clr .. cdy clr 73 61 64 68 55 74 86 60 37 66 54 56 49 64 50 57 36 clr . . clr .02 cd .. clr .02 rn .. clr .06 clr .. cdy .21 clr .. clr .. clr . . cdy .. cdy , ihe impression that he^is the principal architect of it." Dramatic success in domestic issues would be more difficul "because you don't turn a spi got and end inflation," said the vice president. But, he added, "If the econo my stays strong, if imemploy ment doesn't go up, if peopl are feeling happier about thei economic prospects, I thin that would help, but not as dra .atically as something in- olving peace." Ford said he thinks the odds re about even thai the House udiciary Committee will vote i impeach the President. But c said he still believes the louse will reject an impeach- icnt resolution. Ford said April 15, 1970, that an impe.achable offense is vhatever a majority of the House of Representatives con- iders it to be at a given mo- nenl in history." At the time, Ford was Re lublican leader of the House inri was pushing for the im peachment of Supreme Cour Associate Justice William 0 Douglas. Ford advocated then that "a ligher standard is expected o federal judges than of any oth er 'civil officer' of the United States. . . ." As for the allegations agains President Nixon, Ford sai "the weight of the evidenc overwhelmingly indicates to m the President neither knew the Watergate break-in (and . . . he had no knowledge of th cover-u,p until Dean told him o March 21. MEET MR. DAVE OXMAN FOR PROFESSIONAL FUR CARE Mr. Oxman will be in the Boston Store all day Tuesday and Wednesday, May 21 and 22, fo answer your questions on furs, and to take your furs, fake furs, woolens, or leathers for storage in his vault. All furs will be completely insured in the finest storage vault in the area -- it's fireproof, burglarproof, mothproof and temperature controlled. Mr. Oxman will also have your coat repaired, remolded or relined with the utmost caree. If you have any questions before bringing your coat tn, call 521-6250 and ask for Mr. Oxman. Boston Store III SHOP NW ARKANSAS PLAZA DAILY 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Dynamic Denny Takes Frog Jubilee Honors ANGEL'S C A M P , Calif. (AP)--It was a dandy day for E. Dynamic Denny. The muscular bullfrog leaped 18 feet and 4}i inches to earn first place in the 1974 Calaveras County Jumping Frog Jubilee Sunday. It won him repeated kisses from his sponsor, Santa Clara housewife Kay Guzules who garnered $300 from the victory. The tradition began 120 years ago in this Sierra foothill town when Gold Rush miners would take a break from panning to pit their pet jumping frogs against those of their comrades. The distance is calculated on the basis of three Jumps. S W I F T S " 100 SILVER DOLLARS TO BE GIVEN AWAY AT OUR... GRAND OPENING SATURDAY, JUNE 1st COME IN BETWEEN NOW AND JUNE FIRST TO REGISTER FOR PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY. COME BY AND SEE THE NEW PERFECT PLEAT MACHINE NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS MIKES CUSTOM TRIM DRI-DRI AND UPHOLSTERY DRAPERY 751-6620 CLEANERS 905 JACKSON What kind of leadership allows a tax system where the rich pay less and the working people pay more? Who could be more cynical trim the authors of the tax structure in America where the well-to-do can take advantage of tax loopholes and tax shelters to pay little or no taxes. And the working people, who already are paying a higher and higher percentage of their income tor necessities, are also asked to bear lion's share of trie cost of running the country. Dale Bumpers believes a more equitable plan can and must be devised. He would work lor a program to plug the tax loopholes that allow wealthy citizens and corporations to enjoy unprecedented profits with little or no taxes. And ha would push for a minimum income tax to insure that everyone, regardless of any possible shelters or deductions, assumes a fair share of the tax burden. Elect Dale Bumpers your Senator. He will lifton.,, and work for the people of Arkansas. P»fd tor by Bu moon foe S«n«t» C«niM*gn Commltte*. Mny Hou». c»Ch* rm»n FOR YOUR US.SOUTOR DALE BUMPERS

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