Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 22, 1974 · Page 6
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May 22, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Weather Forecast Showers are forecast Wednesday for most of the East, and warmer weather Is expected. Colder weather Is expected for the central states, a n d near-normal tempera lures are forecast tor the Pacific coast. (AP Wirephoto) FTC Is Probing Hearing Aid Marketing Means WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Federal Trade Commission disclosed today it is investigating on an induslrywide basis the possibility that hearng aiid manufacturers and marketers have used unfair selling practices or false advertising. The announcement, first of its kind since the commission decided to make industrywide investigations publici follow c o m p l a i n t s already filed against the industry's major manufacturers. On May the commission lamed Sonolone Corp., Sechurg industries, Textron, Radioear iorp., Dahlherg Electronics and Beltonc Electronics in proposed complaints alleging false advertising. The complaints are pending. The commission alleged the companies failed to disclose that no hearing aid can restore normal or natural hearing or reverse or retard a hearing loss. AH but Seeburg had been cited earlier for engaging in unfair marketing practices by, among other things, restricting dealers to specified geographical areas. Beltone, DaTilberg and Textron chose to light the marketing charges. Radioear anc Sonotone signed negotiated arguments promising not to restrict dealers. Directors Re-elected By OECC Membership Dr. W. C. Brooks of Prair i rove and Larry Baggett Buldwin were re-elected to foi years terms on the Board Directors of the Ozarks Electt Cooperative at the annu meeting Saturday. Brooks defeated Raymond Elkins of Farmington by a vo of 2,102 to 1,497. Baggett was unopposed in h bid for re-election. For the first time in the history, OEC members us mailed ballots to vole for dire tors. In the past only those w registered at the annu meeting were eligible to vote HE WEATHER Elsewhere By The Assoelwd HiLoPreOtlk bany bu'que marillo nchorage sheville lanta rmingham smarck oise oston rownsville uffalo \arleston larlotte ncago incinnati .eveland enver es Moines etroit uluth airbanks ort Worth reen Bay elena onolulu ouston nd'apolis acks'ville .ansas City as Vegas ittle Hock Angeles jouisville Memphis it Lam i Milwaukee Orleans Mew York Ok!a. City )maha )rlando 'hofinix 'ittsburgh "Hand Ore. "Hand Me. lapid City leno lichmond St. LOU4S an Diego an Fran Seattle ,pokatie fampa Washington 68 49 61 49 82 54 58 35 (8 61 76 68 85 71 64 4068 46 59 54 92 70 77 59 79 67 76 62 88 66 85 67 80 65 82 66 79 50 52 36 87 74 . 85 72 87 68 84 80 83 77 83 85 86 81 . cdy .. clr ..cdy .. clr .03 .08 .07 .. cdy .. cdy ..cdy .. clr .. rn ..cdy ..cdy .. clr .30 cdy .. rn .36 cdy .. cdy .95 cdy .08 cdy ...cdy .. clr .05 cdy .06 rn ..cdy .14 clr .. cdy .91 rn .. clr .02 rn .04 .69 cdy 82 62 1.00 cdy 77 74 1.18 cdy .. clr .79 cdy .14 cdy .. cdy .. clr .. cdy .. cdy .01 .. cdy .01 cdy .. cdy .27 rn .. clr .. clr .. rn .. cdy .. cdy . . c d y Thunderstorms, Rain Dominate Nation's Weather By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thunderstorms drenched the nation's already soaked midsec- klon today, while scattered showers spripkled areas in the Northwest and along the Eastern Seaboard. Flash flood watches were in effect for parts of Illinois and Missouri, where thunderstorms continued to dump locally heavy rain. The thunderstorm activity during the night spread along a line from Texas through Mis souri and Wisconsin into Upper Michigan. During the evening a tornado was sighted near Ap pleton. Wis., but there were no reports of injuries or damage. Earlier in the day lightning knocked down a 13,000-volt pow er line in a Milwaukee suburb igniting a 50-gallon tank of liq uid petroleum gas and causing an estimated $75,000 damage. While the storms caused an estimated 10,000 homes in Southeastern Wisconsin to lose electrical service, no storm-related injuries were reported. In neighboring Illinois, hig winds Tuesday destroyed 3 buildings and damaged 150 oth ers in a path between Morriso and Lyndon in the northwes part of the state, according t authorities. Rainfall amounts during th 75 61 82 62 76 50 89 66 93 66 78 60 71 50 62 50 67 37 71 36 77 58 86 67 73 58 63 50 69 52 65 40 90 76 78 61 night exceeded 2 inches at Ok lahoma Cily and Alexandria La., and were just under inches at Madison, Wis., Bow ing Green, Ky., and El Dorad Ark. Elsewhere, rain were scattered over New England, parts Virginia and South shower souther or We Carolin and in Florida. Skies were gen orally clear over the Middle A lantic states. Scattered showers also f e 1 over the Northern Rockies an No*Hiw»it Ariuima* TIMK, W*4, May M, It74 Concordia Lutheran Seminary Names New Acting President ST. LOUIS, Mo. (AP) - The ward of control of strife-torn oncordia Seminary has ap- icinted a new acting president nd approved a list of 14 new acuity members. Named top administrator of ic Lutheran Church-Missouri ynod's largest school Tuesday vas the Rev. Dr. Ralph A. Bohmann, who has been executive secretary of the synod's Com- lission on Theology Church Relations. He succeeds and acting presi- !ent the Rev. Dr. Martin H. scharlemann, who quit in April Because of what he called "nervous exhaustion." The suspension of Dr. John I. Tietjen as Concordia presi- lent in January on charges of malfeasance and permitting alse doctrine to be taught led o the firing of 42 of the chool's 45 faculty members and encourage them to go along with a proposal for plac- ng them through certification ay the Concordia faculty," Boh- Imann said. Most of 104 ministerial candidates voted Tuesday, however, to seek alternative methods ol placement saving if they acceded to Bohlmann's proposal it would lend enforcement to the school administration. Dr. Jacob Preus, synod president, sent a letter to district presidents and chairman of individual congreagations as igned to the graduates urging .hem to dissuade the congregations from accepting the dissidents into ministry calls. Preus said acceptance of the Seminex students could precipitate a constitutional crisis with- n the synod and each district. Officials at Seminex said they nevertheless were going ahead with plans to let individuals con- (regatkms to the three-million member synod call ministerial candidates directly from Semi- nex. A spokesman said there already were tentative commitments for placing 50 of the graduating students at one* »nd the rest by July 1. Bohlman. 42, is a graduate of the synod's St. John's and Concordia colleges. He studied as a Fulbrlght scholar at Heidelberg Univtrsity In Germany for two years and attended Yale University graduate school In 196668 while a member of the Concordia faculty. and a walkout by about 400 of Concordia's 450 resident students, The dissident students and ired teachers set up what they call Concordia Seminary in Exle (Seminex) at two other St. Louis area theological schools. "My immediate concern will be to somehow contact the graduating Seminex students Call Williams for Co. "CANCER CARE" Insurance brl H. WIHtam (·a*** J. William S21-UM 442-2*13 ttl-MM parts of Oregon, northeast Call forma and Nevada, white clear skies favored the region from the southern Rockies to the Southern and Central Plains. A warming trend helped melt snow thait fell Tuesday in parts of Montana, and the 16 inches at Lewistown in early evening decreased to a foot by early today. Some rain continued in the state. Development Council Sets Auction Sale An auction sale, sponsored by the Wins low Community Development Council, will be held Saturday, May 25, at the Winslow Community Center, beginning at 10 a.m. Donations are needed for the auction and will be picked up by calling 634-3179. Items will also be taken on a commission basis and may be brought to t h e Center Friday, May 24, after 10 a.m. The auction will be conducted by Ollic Tackett and all. proceeds will be used for community projects. Save a potfiil! cJLaautiK 0 **-*- Evelyn Hills Foyetteville WE'VE MOVED TO EVELYN HILLS For Those Good Values . . . Come See Us ELECT BILL MURRAY SHERIFF of Washington County I feel their is a definite problem In the are* of deputy employment, a turnover of more than 1M deputies in the Sheriff's office in 5 years indicates something It seriously wrong with the administrative abilities of the present Sheriff. I will employ qualified, responsible Deputies, and will personally conduct myself In a manner which I hope and trust will Inspire the confidence and loyalty of my Deputies. Paid for by Citizens for Murray Committee Melvin Plmer. Chairman This 15# coupon saves you the price of a 6-cup potf ul of delicious Folger's Coffee.-Folger's is mountain-grown-mountain-grown coif ee is the richest, most flavorful coffee in the world. So redeem this coupon at your grocer's soon. It's our way of makingyour coffee time and budget time a little richer. Joe Purcell is running for Lieutenant Governor T A K E T H I S COUPON TO YOUR S T O R E SAVE 15$r-£ u folgers coffee 'OR F Q I G E R ' S E L E C T R I C FER( THIS COmR MM «MT M HUH'S OHlt. HI OHEI K£ (OMTITHCS FIMi. tWIT CM CMfOt ft I rUICHKC. 5 ,, *,.,,, r v"v*" * 0 TM cev £*.£L jr*" fio rL^jjr **n?ii7^*i ***~* »* | J JU«jJ^n.-r"" 1 - Tf 1^ IT--"^- C*rt*ir^ tniwfr 1 ^*' 1 - *-. CttWCrt -W fSMm?^SrilMM*«nK0« BM, t-C--IV 0-0 43117.6--TM*-^ £) The Folger Coffee Company.. 19.74. He couldn't have picked a better time. With all the negative publicity government leaders have been getting. It's nice to know there's someone you can believe ia Joe Purcell is that man. His record of honesty, efficiency and achievement in state government is outstanding. Isn't 'that the kind of man we need to represent us? Elect Joe Purcell your Lieutenant Governor. May 28. PoWccl ad pdci fcrby Joo McCart/ and Jim Harris, Co-ChaVrr.Gn. For Lieutenant Governor

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