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24 Â· North*** Arkanw* TIMES, Wed, May 22, 1974 rÂ»vrrrÂ»viLLÂ«, AR New Facility Meaning Completion Construction of new dressing rooms and bath house at the city swimming pÂ«ol in Wilson Park should he cnmnlrlcrl hv the end nf the month. The pool is scheduled to he opener! hy June 1, according to Dale "Clark, parks anil recreation director. The pool will he open from noon to 6 p.m. during June anrt from noon to 8 p.m. in J u l y :inrt August. (TIMESplioto by Ken Orjfjcl) Gradishar Tops List Of Seven Ail-Americans I.UBBOCK -- Randy Grndis- har. Ohio Stale's two-time- All-. American miebackcr, heads a list of seven players signing recently to play in the 14th annual Coaches All-America Game scheduled June 22 in Texas Tech's Jones Stadium. Joining the Ohio Slate star are Norris Wccsc, quarterhack from Mississippi; Andy Johnson, quarterback Georgia; Carl Sumnicrell, quarterback from East Carolina; Steve Odom, receiver. Utah; Dexter Bussey, running back from Texas Arlington; and Bill Sandifer. defensive lineman from UCLA. Gradishar led Ohio State in tackles last year with 134 and won the Big 10 Scholarship Medal for combined excellence In grades and athletics. T h e Buckeyes whipped Southern California in the Rose Bowl as they rolled to a 9-0-1 regular season record. Gradishar. a 6-3. 236-pounder, was drafted hy Denver in the first round. Odom, Bussey and Sandifer will play for Coach Barry Swit- zor's West team while Gradishar, Weese. Johnson a ti d Summereil have signed with Coach Johnny Major's East eleven. Already announced to play in the nationally lelevised contest are: Joe Barnes, quarter-hack Texas Tech; Kenneth Wallace, defensive back, Texas Tech; Hill Wyman. center, Texas; Richard Williams, wide receiver, Abilene Christian College; Paul Vellana, defensive lineman, Maryland; Billy Howard, d e f e n s i v e lineman, Alcorn A J I ; Barry Smith, r u n n i n g back. Richmond; Jim Caglc defensive lineman, Georgia; Chuck Ramsey, kicking spccia St. Wake Forest; John Hollanc -cceiver, Tennessee State; Don aid Reese, defensive lineman Jackson Stale; Rot! Kirby, line hacker, Pittsburgh; and Ton Bell, defensive hack, Bowlin rceu. Urges Reading Of Entire Transcript Mrs. Nixon Faces Reporters' Probes At Party WASHINGTON to he for (AP) -- 11 Pat Nixon n Icasfirit occasion, "A Day 10 Country," as the crjngres- ional and Cabinet wives called icir a n n u a l Congressional Club unchcon for the first lady. Tint as so often happens these days in Washington; the subject f " Watergate came up. And Mrs. Nixon bristled. "Yes," she said tersely when asked if she has read the edited .ranscripts Arkansas Western Honors Employes At a dinner meeting Monday ight at Sprin^dale, Arkansas Vcstern Gas Company honored .s employes for t h e i r length of or vice with the utility and ecogni/eci two employes who re retiring. The two retirees are Hazel 'ally, service dispatcher of "ayctleville and Leo Whitney, nanagcr for the company at 'rairie Grove. Mrs. Kelly was employed vith the company in 1935 Economic Controls WASHINGTON CAP) -Jackson Gray.son, head of th old E J riee Commission, said Eo day there is a high probability the United States will adopt some form of economic controls again in the next Few years. The only tiling that would change this outlook, he said, would be an inflation rate under five per cent. a clerk in a commercial office. Curing her 38 years with the :omnany she has held positions n commercial, billing and ser- ice departments. Receiving gold watches for 21) Â·ears of service were Belva i 3 fice, clerk at Benlonville, and vlc Monger. manager at ouI)Lain Honie. Fifleen year service pins were presented to A. F. Gil ley, master serviceman, and Charles Brink, senior clerk, of Fayetteville. Art Timmcrman, manager for t h e company at 0/ark, Jack Ray, foreman, and Carol Wood, senior clerk, of FayetAe- ville, received ten-year awards. Five year service pins were presented to Linda Taylor, cashier for t h e company at 0/ark, .lack Stevens, collector, and Hubert Ferguson, dispatcher, of Fayelteville. Presenting the awards and special honors was Charles E. Scharlau, president of the company, her husband's Watergate conversations. "I did. It t a k e s . 9 to 12 hours. You can't just read excerpts." Then she turned to the reporter questioning her during ihe luncheon at the Shoreham Americana Hotel and asked if she had read the entire volume. "Only about 300 pages,' came the reply. "When you've read H all come back," Mrs. Nixon said, turning away. To another reporter who asked the first lady for a reaction to the edited transcripts, Mrs. Nixon snapped, "Now look, this isn't a press conference. This is a party. If you want, ask the people here whc iave worked so hard on all ol this so it will get in the newspapers." Then she turned to the chairman of the luncheon, Mrs. Ruth Thone, who was trying to shielc quotations and s a i d , "I don't hink it's fair to lake the lime ight away from all those who have worked so hard." Later, Mrs. Nixon made veiled reference her bus April Egg Production Falls, Prices Down WASHINGTON (AP) - Egg production in April dropped one rer cent trom the same month ast year but the rate per hen is picking up, the Agriculture Department says. Meanwhile prices are down sharply from last winter and the records last summer. Currently. USDA said, the New York wholesale price of Grade hit 81 cents ana ( late January Large eggs is running about 42 cents per dozen, the lowest, since November 197Z. summer they recently were 74 cents a dozen. Department experts say egg producers arc losing money at current prices and do not show signs of expanding laying flock* significantly in the near future. band's Watergate troubles I when she said to the more than 1.000 women who gave her two 1 standing ovations. "You're my best friends. Your words, like in T love you,' 'we support I you,' they cheer me up. These I are the things that give you the chance to fight for what's right. [| And that's what we're doing." "It's a difficult time for her,|| said Helen Smith. Mrs. Nixon's ' press secretary', "She says she I doesn't want to talk about these things because she wants to focus on the positive." Mrs. Smith said she does not think the first lady has listened to the actual tapes from which the transcripts were made. It hurt Mrs. Nixon to see her daughter Julie and her husband David Eisenhower hold a press" conference May 11 to defend her father's innocence in the Watergate scandal, Mrs. Smith I REUPHOLSTERY SPECIAL! 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