Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 27, 1974 · Page 3
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May 27, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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AMUUU-- win IEVUUC · HUUHB nw. SA BALLOT Democratic Preferential Primary Election. Washington Comity, Arkansas, May 28.1974 VOTE BY PLACING AN TO IN THE SQUARE OPPOSITE THE PERSON FORWHOM YOU WISH TO VOTE. FOR U.S. SENATOR DALE BUMPERS SENATOR BILL FULBRIGHT FOR U. CONGRESSMAN, THIRD DISTRICT JAMES A. SCANLON BILL CLINTON SEN. GENE RAINWATER DAVID STEWART FOR GOVERNOR DAVID PRYOR ORVAL E. FAUBUS DR. BOB RILEY FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR DOUG BRANDON IOEPURCELL KENNETH C. COFFELT FOR COUNTY JUDGE "GUS" OSTMEYER BRUCE CRTOER FOR COUNTY SHERIFF RICHARD L. (DICK.) HOYT BILLSKELTON BILL MURRAY, JR. BILL L. LONG PAUL D. PEEVY OF THE PEACE (PRAIRIE TOWNSHIP) U (Vote for One) D CALHOUN.JR. Q (Vote for One) . n g (Vote for One) D g (Vote for One) D D M DAVIS THOMAS STEWART (PRAIRIE TOWNSHIP) USTIN ALD EARL HARRIS (Vote for One) D D D iTIC COUNTY COMMITTEE" lEWELL (Vote for One) D D D Position; CURTIS A. MUNSON ART McANARNEY (Vote for One) D a FOR COUNTY TREASURER JOAN PERRY RAYMOND JOHNSON WAYNE HYDEN (Vote for One) D D D Position Seven ROBERT H. STONE SHELLEY (Vote for One) a a FOR COUNTY CORONER DR. THOMAS R, AHREND GARY DON MEDLEY (Vote for One) D a Position Eight LEWIS P. (HOT) JOHNSON RONALD ADDINGTON (Vote for One) D a Sample contains list ef candidates for Tuesday's Demo- Sample Primary Election Ballot cratic Preferential Primary Election In Washington Conn- ty. Miami Area Batiks Hit Hard By Expert Forger i. PALM BEACH, Fla. AP) --! I; Police and bankers say an ex^ pert forger used unique meth- '·'· ods and the name John A. I^Smith to swindle several Palm 7 Beach County banks out of as : much as $150,000. "We have an account in that we think it's the who flooded area '.'name and ;same man' ,7 banks with bogus checks, Rob- · ert Fogelman, president of Tri- ·· City Bank of Palm Beach Gar- · dens, said Sunday. ;; A police source said a search '·· for criminals who may have -used the common name as an ~ alias was hampered because . "with a name like Smith, you ''. would tie up the computer for i two days." » Bogus checks written by the .' forger, described by police as a white male in his ZO's, began : turning up Thursday, and po -' lice and bankers said they are ' waiting for more checks Tues- · day. ·' "The forger's method sounds · a little unique." said George B. · Preston, president of Fidelity .' Federal Savings and Loan and ; also president of the U.S ·; League of Savings and Loan ; Associations. '. "There are aH sorts of eon ' games against businesses · banks and savings and loans '- around the country," said Pres I ton. "But not t h i s particular ' type of thing." · Bank reports gave this as one T account of the flim-flam: ; The man somehow gained ac- · cess to businesses in the area, ' stealing blank checks, from the : backs of checkbooks so they ; w.ould not be missed imme- 1 diately. . Then he made out checks to · himself, forging the signatures r of business officials, and cash; ed them at the banks on which I they were drawn. Tellers, fa- · miliar with the signatures, . cashed them readily. · One Palm Beach business" man, John B. Nora Jr., co-own- Residents Request er of Nora Construction Co., confirmed his signature had been forged on four checks and the forgeries were "perfect three out of-four times. 11 Another version had the forger open a savings account at a savings and loan with a forged check. He then cashed bogus checks using the account as a using reference. He closed out the account on the same banking day, thus making off with cash from both the count. checks and the ac Home Federal Savings and Loan comptroller Bernard McCann confirmed his stitution had cashed whal turned out to be $2,000 in bogus checks for a man who recently had opened an account there. "The rumor now is -that al least 14 of the county's 29 banks have been hit," said R Loy Anderson, president of the First Federal Savings and Loan on Friday. "And the number is about the same with savings and.loan institutions." Grease Fire SPRINGDALE -- Fireme xtinguished a grease fir aturday morning in the ki hen of Charlene Clark, laple Dr. A pan of grease o he stove ignited causing mine moke damage to the interio f the home. txrarr WATCH -s^m±« ^Tr$ South Korea To Prosecute 51 For Anti-Government Protests M»r*»w»* Arirama* TMUS, MM., AVCTTIVILK, MNIAMM* . SEOUL. South Korea (AP) -' lOitth Korean prosecutors is- ued indictments today against persons for violating a presi- ntial decree outlawing anti- ovemment demonstrations or or other laws punishable by ng prison sentences or death, The prosecutors said the 54, eluding . two Japanese, are mong 253 persons who have Men charged under President h u n g He* Park's April 3 mergency decree outlawing nti-government student dem nstrations and support for the demonstrations. A total of 1,024 persons have been inerrogated or possible violations of the de ree, the government said, In addition to violating the pril 3 measure, the persons ndicted today were charged ith violating the anti Comrnu- ist law, the national security law and rebellion articles of the riminal code. The government claimed that le 54 were connected with the National Democratic Youth-Stu ent Federation, a clandestine tudent group that prosecuors say is bent on overthrowing 'ark's government through vio- ' :nt mass uprisings. The prosecution claims the fouth-Student federation has ollaborated with underground Communists in South Korea rith anti-government Christian ;roups and with.the pro-North Korean "Chosoren" organ ization in Japan. Park issued the 'April 3 de- ree after a sudden outburst^ anti - government demonstra tions by students from the pres ious Seoul National Univer- y and a few other private hools. The maximum penalty r violators is death. The Japanese indicted today ;re a free-lance .writer and a panese language instructor a Seoul college and a mem r of the Japanese Communist rty. Others indicted were Kim Chi a, 33, who a few years ago rote a poem ridiculing allegee rruption among governmen' ficials and business tycoons editorial writer for the oong Ang Ilbo newspaper; five hrlstian activists and 16 col ge students, mostly from Seoul National. The prosecution said evidence seized against the indicted persons included many volume: Communist publications, si: adios and empty bottles anc Lemicals For making Moloto' cocktail bombs. Boys Toss Rocks Through Window Fayetteville police received e report Saturday from a man who said he had just seen twi small boys throw a rocl through a large window at Hat ield Pontiac-Cadillac Co. at th ntersection of College Avenu and Dickson Street. The man said after the window wa broken, the boys ran from th scene. Minutes later, police foun two boys answering the man' description walking along street near the motor company Police took them home an nformed their parents ahou the matter and told them t either make restitution to th company or face possib charges in Washington Count SEWING CLASSES LNKOLI, Till) W FABRIC CITY May 37, It74 Auto Fir* SPRINGDALE - An elec- cal short in the starter motor Arthur Walker's car caught re Saturday afternoon in the 900 block of East Emm* A v e n u e . The Maze was extinguished with minor damage to the engine compartment, according to (ire department reports. INTEGRITY Of Public Officials is necessary to maintain confidence in our government' from top to ELECT DICK HOYT SHERIFF WASHINGTON COUNTY Pol. Ad Pd by Hoyt for Sheriff Comm. Opal Hammond Chairnxan CONSTABLE Prairie .Township D WARREN J. MCDONALD D Your Qualified Democratic Candidate Pol. Ad Paid for by Citizens for Warren J. McDonald Committee, Steve Wood, Chairman, Washington County Traffic Control SPRINGDALE -- Members of the Eastside Community Imp r o v e m e n t Organization (ECIO), an affiliate of Arkansas Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN), presented petitions to the mayor's office Vast week requesting that the intersection of Park Street and Caudle Avemie again be made into a four-way stop. The petitions signed by 100 r e s i d e n t s of the area surrounding the Intersection also sought the installation of yield signs on the north and south sides of the Cleveland | Street and Caudle Avenue intersection. Those signing the petitions felt the intersections would be made fflfer with t h e addition of the signs. The Park Street and Caudle Avenue intersection originally had four-way stop signs before the urban renewal improvements began. r fiyetteviH* police said that ' It windows were smashed it '.' A* Greenview Apartments, «t · the intersection . of Hwy. 71 ; moth and Country Club Road, * sometime in the past tow day*. This Could Be Your Favorite Dress... by DAVID CRYSTAL Add occessbries.... bangle bracelet!, a pretty hat. This cool dress goes anywhere. All polyester with tucked belt. Mint or Blu*. front, leather 10 to 18. Boston Store III Ptoza.Doily.TiH 9» Shop Northwest Arkansas The worst thing they've been able to say about Dale Bumpers is that he is against hunting. And they lied hi 197S Governor Cute Bumpers fewed « pradmtfan oxtering September 22 Hunting And RcNng D*y to Man- M. Three imfci Mar on Octotxr 13, to signed a pmctam- tton ct«ng tar m end to cm*y to ·*!···. Lin* hi* bean Mid about Mw M pradamMfen. But much tat been MM to M underground icanMihwl about 1 ·hot th* Ms · dwr, and shooing a dear ·** * 22 Mta, (wring K to · slow and ·gonUng Mh. M» Bunpm tm aU (M h* hunHd nM M MMi, ·m h» hnhun»d.imht»iom./ndh»hi«»o*«d tej»». wrw* MC onty thafer itglMt to taunt tail to pfMMv* ft* vMa^ MMk*twd»gn»^ot hnv bMn wMttd by ttw MOM oftaralvt Mnd at 4 ·IHr ·«, im am Mng to stand * nd lant tar jam t M to tnoOHr Mng *MM)r to Mow Ml Hnd ot e FOR TOUR UL8. SBN/KTOR DALE BUMPERS

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