Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 27, 1974 · Page 9
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May 27, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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France Inaugurates d'Estaing As Its M President Today France will Improve hi the near tut lire. Discard d'Estaing Is expected o announce his c a b i n e t Tuesday. PARIS {AP) -- Valery Gis- ird d'Estaing was inaugurated onday as the 20th president of ranee, ending 16 years of un- roken Gaulliat rule and usher- g in what he called "a new a in French politics." A 21-gun salute boomed over capital as the new president »k office in a brief ceremony the Elysee palace. Discard Estaing formally began his even-year term when novelist ndre Chamson, acting chan- ellor of the Legion of Honor, anded him the insignia of rand master of the order. The 48-year-old president- ect, the youngest chief of state since the turn of the cen- Driver's Condition Critical Cynthia Lee Hancock, 19, ol Evansville, was injured in a one - car accident Sunday morning on Hwy. 62, near Walnut Grove. Trooper Chuck Webb said Miss Hancock was alone in the car when It went off the road at the beginning of a curve, came back on the highway, ran d o w n a n e m - bankment, through a fence and hit a tree. She is listed in critical condition at Washington Regional Medical Center. (TIMESpholo by K e n Good) lury, was to name his premier after the inauguration ceremonies. S e v e r a l political com mentators speculated that Gis card d'Estaing would appoint as premier Jacques Chirac, 42 who served as interior minister under outgoing Premier Pierre Messmer. The election campaign volved mainly around domestic Issues. But President Nixon made a congratulatory phone call to Giscard d'Eslaing short ly after he defeated Socialis Francois Mitterrand in the May 19 run-off election, and man; observers hoped relations be tween the United States and As a courtesy to those who do not have transportation, please call: 443-3449 or 443-3440 for free rides to your voting precinct. Compliments of DAVID PRYOR for GOVERNOR Campaign Headquarters, 1723 N. College Fayetteville, Arkansas Pol. Adv. paid for by Stanley McNulty. Jr. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, rAVETTKVILLI. ··KAMI** ELECT GUS OSTMEYER Experience In Management and Personnel Born in Missouri end · iegil resident of Arkensas sine* 1947. Experienced in business -- both administration and personnel management. Married, two grown children. Member Methodist Church. Served in many responsible positions of trust, in and out of government. Former commissioned Warrant Officer, Marine Carps. Awarded Silver Star, Purple Heart, and Presidential Citation. In Return for Your Vote 1 Promise Dedicateed Services with: · HONEST GOVERNMENT · PROVEN QUALIFICATIONS · NO SELF-SERVING ACTIVITIES, BACKED BY A DOCUMENTED CONTINUOUS RECORD OF TRUSTWORTHY SERVICE Pol. Ad Pd. for by Gus Ostmeyer, Washington County FBI Agent Says Fads Don't Allow For Conspiracy Theory MEMPHIS. Tenn. (AP) -The FBI agent who directed the investigation into the murder of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. says the facts of the case don't lend themselves to "grandiose theories" of conspiracy. "It was a relatively simple thing." Robert G. Jensen said in a telephone interview. "A ·man was killed. A man was caught. In many ways, it was like any other case, but the stature of King gave it a lot more publicity than the usual case." Robert I. Livingston, attorney for James Earl Ray, said Friday that he has been in periodic contact since March with a representative of the "men who actually carried out the slaying of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr." Ray. the only person charged in the case, pleaded guilty to murdering King, and now is serving a 99-year prison sentence. "If he (Livingston) has some thing, more power to him." said Jensen, now head of secur ity for an international mote! firm. He said he had not read Livingston's claims because there was "no particular rca son for me to read them." GO WITH FACTS "The facts that were devel oped were made public." Jen sen said. "Many people don' want to accept what the fact: are because in many instances they don't lend themselves tc grandiose theories. But we ha to go with what facts we had Theories and suppositions don 1 hold up in court." Alleging a conspiracy behinc the April 4. 1968, shooting o King in Memphis. Livingston said the Intermediary he talked to is seeking immunity from irosecution for the slaying con-1 pirators. He said they want to testify 'in revenge" against "four Southern gentlemen" who allegedly hired them, not Ray, to kill King. Livingston said eight men were involved in King's death, with Ray the "patsy." He said Ray was ".. . just a gullible- ype sort of fellow, easily in- luenced and led around. He had never been a high-powered criminal all his life, just penny || ante stuff . . ." A GOOD CASE Jensen described the Investigation as a "good case, well I worked, well handled. I'm sat- sfied with the results. 1 ' It is probably true, Jensen said, that King's slaying was one of the most thoroughly investigated murders in criminal history. "There is little.doubt that it was an extensive and in-depth investigation." he said. "It was worldwide, involving the cooperation of Canadian authorities, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Scotland Yard a n d ] many, many others. We explored every angle and the only thing is that when the case de- I veloped, we could find no evidence of such a thing (a con-|| spiracy)." Tapes, Player Taken Tony Schradcr of West Fork told Washington County officers that a stereo tape player and six tapes were stolen f r o m a truck Saturday parked on the lot at the D. H. McJunkin Garage on Hwy. 68 in Springdale. VOTE FOR BILL SKELTON FOR SHERIFF WASHINGTON COUNTY I come to the eitiiens one more time before May 28, to atk for your vote and support. I would liked to have met every citizen of our great county, but I know you know that Jfs impossible. I would l*e to work for you as your sheriff. I have a good clean and honest record and 1 want to keep H that way. I will serve you with integrity, respect and efficiency. I promise you now that all cafc win be answered by me and my depvtiei. I will also work with afl tow enforcement to prelect you, your children and your property. When you need me I will be there. I want lo thank every one that ha* epiuiuiaeed me to ran f«r your Sheriff airf had ««ythm. to do wHh Thank You BU SKHTON fet ad paid for by Bill Stetton Save Half! Wallets Orig. $3 to $15 price NOW 1.50 to 7.50 Just in time for gift giving to the graduate. Choice of secretary clutch, cigarette case, French purse, key holder, glasses case. Pretty accessories to the modern wardrobe- Handbags--DILLARD'S--First Floor Orig. $4 Shift Gowns 97 Soft and cool summer blends of 65% polyester and 35% cotton. 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