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Tuesday, May 28, 1974
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basis of.population," said Col. t Eugene Holmes. bl ood ch air- THE WEATHER Elsewhere In Northern Ireland By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS T»«d»y NoHhwwl AriMMkn TIMB, Tim., May M, W4 · 1 . MIKAH»A» Provincial Government Quits Weather Forecast MUder weather Is forecast today (or soothern stales but will continue cool weather Is expected for northern states; Showers are forecast for the northern Plains and rain Is forecast for the Great Lakes and Midwest. (AP Wirephoto) Bloodmobile To Visit Area June Ifc 475 Pint Goal Set The Red Cross Bloodmobile will be in Fayetteville and Springdale next week to collect ·· a minimum of 475 p i n t s of blood. The bloodmobile will be in · Springdale June 4 at the First ;; UrJted Methodist Church from " 12 noon to 5-.30 p.m.; and at '·'· St. Paul's Episcopal Church in -' FayetteviUe June 5 during the !". same hours and from 10 to 3:30 : " p.m. on June 6. The Fayetteville gwl is 150 . pints for each of the two days and 175 pints for the Springdale visit. -'The goal is fixed on the Albu'que Albany Albu'que Amarillo Asheville Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Denver }es Moines Detroit Oujuth Fairbanks Fort Worth Green Bay Helena Honolulu Houston Ind'apolis Jacks'ville Juneau Kansas City Las Vegas Little Rock Los Angeles Louisville Marquette Memphis Miami Milwaukee Mpls-St.P. New Orleans New York Okla. City Omaha Orlando Philad'phia Phoenix Pittsburgh P'tland Ore. P'tland Me. Rapid City Richmond St. Louis Salt Lake San Diego San. Fran Seattle Spokane Tampa Washington NEW YORK STOCKS Op*nlNK PrtaM Fumlihtd by A. C. Idw«r« * *M Pryor Predicts 'New Day' In State Politics BENTON, Ark. (AP) -- David Pryor of Little Rock said in a speech here Monday night that 1974 will be the year that former Gov. Orval E. Faubus and "his type of politics went down." Pryor. Faubus and Lt. Gov Bob Riley are seeking the Democratic gubernatorial nomination in today's Arkansas primary elections. Pryor said the crowds he hac had during his gubernatoria campaign were larger that those of Faubus. "It looks like the people are saying it's a new day," Pryor said. Pryor would not make a prediction of the outcome of to day's voting in the governor's race, except to say "we're very encouraged." Pryor, a former congressman, accused Faubus of speaking in generalities and not explaining the "scandals that rocked his administration. "You've heard some wild promises made in this cam paign " Pryor said. "It makes us all wonder what promises we haven't heard -- what secret assurances might have been made behind our backs, He said that everything that he has promised has been open, public and made to all Arkansans. Pryor, who saw several thou sand persons Monday, said he considered the final campaign day well spent. He shook hands at two Little Rock shopping centers and attended the Arkansas -- Oklahoma rodeo parade at Fort Smith. man for the Washington County Ark L » Gas Chapter of the American Red Cross. This is uniform throughout the entire Red Cross Program. Medical experience shows that a pint of blood will be needed each year by four per cent of a given area. ANNUAL GOAL The annual goal for Washington County is 2,950 pints which is divided between four one-day visits at Springdale with a goal of 175 each day; four two-day visits in Fayetteville with a goal of 150 per day and twq three-day visits at the University o! Arkansas with a daily goal of 175, Holmes explained. "The problem is that the 1970 census figure is outdated since the county has grown in the past four years. Even if the daily quotas are reached they do not produce four per cent. That is why we try to exceed the goal and produce at least Ark Best Corp ............ 8V4 Amer Tel Tel .... ...... 46Vi 20% 20 Baldwin 10 Campbell Soup " 31% Central S W .; 14% Chrysler Del Monte Dillards 14% Easco 9% A G Edwards 4% Emerson 40% Exxon 72% 50% 93 65 60 « 93 65 94 67 70 44 76 55 77 53 79 47 50 45 91 73 59 42 65 56 71 48 62 41 91 57 71 63 66 44 52 45 75 50 84 68 65 49 69 45 86 75 88 73 72 56 82 58 56 43 79 65 108 77 77 5» 80 62 73 53 66 49 78 63 95 79 69 51 71 61 79 62 55 52 85 67 75 67 86 70 62 49 109 71 62 39 67 46 51 44 83 50 67 49 75 63 91 58 67 60 62 49 66 45 67 42 86 74 66 50 cdy .04 clr cdy cdy clr clr cdy clr .01 cdy cdy clr .02 rn cdy cdy cdy .29 rn .02 cdy .05 cdy BELFAST, Northern Ireland (AP) -- The propinclal government announced its resignation today «s militant Protestants legan halting essential services n a showdown with British roops sent in to break the Protestants', two-week-old general strike. Northern Irish political circles said the government's fall probably would mean tht British would reintroduce direct rule of Northern Ireland from London. Protestant militants have said they probably would call off their strike if that hap- Ford Frontier Air S'A Gen Growth 13 Gen Mtrs 49% Gordon Jewelry .:... 9'/4 Intl Harv 25 Patty Hurst Believed Still In California LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The FBI says it is operating on the a s s u m p t i o n that Patricia Hearst and two Symbionese Liberation Army members are still in Southern California. FBI spokesman Richard Woolf said Monday that officials .theorize 'Miss Hearst, 20. the newspaper heiress who has claimed allegiance to her SLA captors, and William and Emily Harris may be hidden out in mountains around Los Angeles. "You have to consider the possibility that they're camping The Northern Ireland govern of moderate Protestants all Protestant workers except those in hospitals to walk off their jobs at midnight. It appeared most were obeying their "Let the a r m y bury the dead," declared Glen Barr of the Ulster Workers' Council, which is coordinating the strike. "We'll eat grass before we're beaten." ABANDON JOBS Manual workers abandoned their jobs at the only remaining power station in operation at midnight. The electricity supply, already down to 25 per cent of normal, was being tapered off and a total blackout in the six counties of the British province was expected within 24 hours unless British soldiers could keep the plants operating. · : ' Armed forces technicians, including turbine operators from Britain's nuclear submarines, were expected to take over control of the power stations. But the army would not confirm as much blood as is locally," he said. needed I-T-E Imperial J C Permey .. Levi' Strauss 14 V4 WA 14V. EDWIN COX Cox Graduates With Distinction Edwin R. Cox, formerly of this area, graduated with distinction this month from the University of Mississippi. A 1966 graduate of Lincoln High School. Cox obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering at the University under the Navy Enlisted Scientific Education Program. Upon completion of his studies, Cox was commissioned Line Temco .............. 9% Marcor .. ................. 23% Pan Am World Air ........ 3V, Phillips Petro ........... 51* Pizza Corp .................. H Pizza Hut ................. 2Hi Ralston ...... .- ............ 43% Safeway . .................. 41 out since they apparently an ensign in the U.S. Navy. bought outdoor clothing at the ' sporting goods store," Woolf said. The Harrises and Miss Hearst were identified by authorities as participants in an incident May 16 in which they said Harris bungled a shoplifting at a suburban sporting goods store and Miss Hearst sprayed the store with automat At the last visit Fayetteville collected 196 pints for the first day and 172 the second day. "When we go over tiie quota we are Tilling our own needs and contributing to other communities that may have had he Sears Scott Paper Shakespeare Sou Pac 50V» . 5% 30% trouble reacihng quotas," said. Voting Complaint UTTLE R O C K (AP) Thomas A Glaze, executive director of the Election Laws In- stitne, Inc., said Monday that he has received complaints of alleged absentee voting irregularities in the county judge's race in a Central Arkansas county. He said he went to the conn ty which he didn't identify, Friday and listened to a tape recording in which one person said he had been paid to by a deputy sheriff for his vote. Another person, who is a welfare recipient, said the same deputy sheriff allegedly voted for him, Glaze said. Glaze laid he wool*) t ipeci fv the county because that woold impede his plans for an There are 58 hospitals wtthin the 27 counties which compose the Springfield, Mo. Region. Faubus Attacks Pryor In Talk At Jonesboro JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) -Former Gov. Orval E. Faubus attacked the record of one of gubernatorial opponents Monday night as he closed his campaign at a Jonesboro rally where he finished his first successful gubernatorial campaign in 1954. Several thousand persons heard him lamblast David Pryor of Little Rock during a 45-minute speech which was frequently interrupted by applause. Throngs surrounded Faubus in crushing competition for a handshake. "I wonder how he (Pryor) can come up with such an inconceivable idea," Faubus said, referring to Pryor's theme of forgetting the past and looking to the future. Pryor has told voters that the slate should not go back to the Faubus days when, for instance, gambling flourished illegally at Hot Springs. Faubus said he had looked at copies of the newspaper which Pryor, a former congressman, Woman Charged With Leaving Accident Scene Kathryn Buss, 18, of Rout 2. West Fork, was charged wit leaving the scene of an accider and failure to yield the right-o way Monday afternoon afte her car struck a motorcycle a the south entrance of the res stop on Hwy. 71 south' at Bren wood at 3:30 p.m. The cyclist. Jack A. Ham mond, 20. of Rock Hills, S. C was treated and released a Washington Regional Medina Center. Trooper Tommy William said a truck driver stopped him on Hwy. 71 near ttie acciden scene and told him of the ace dent, furnishing a description the car and driver which, said, did not stop following th accident but turned off on dirt road just north of the re stop. Miss Buss was arrested Chief of Police Bobby William in West Fork a short time late Law enforcement agencies the entire area had been plao on alert for the woman and h car. Miss Buss told Troop Williams that she pulled out the rest stop immediately aft a car had passed, -not seei the motorcycle traveling clo behind the car. Hammond, traveling north Hwy. 71, said he didn't see Miss Buss 1 car until it struck him, causing him to lose control and go into a ditch. Bicycle Stolen John W. May, G101 Carlson Terrace, told Fayetteville police at they had done so this orning. The council ordered the shut- wn of essential services Mony after 500 troops took con- ol of two Ulster oil depots and gasoline stations. The new walkouts left the ritish government with the rospect of directing its more an 16,500 troops in the prrv- ce to maintain electricity. as, water and sewage services nd provide Ulster's 1V4 million habitants with milk, bread nd food. "At first we were soldiers," aid one trooper, "then police- ien, then politicians, and now etrol pump attendants.", Merlyn Rees, Britain's rriinis- rr of state for Northern Ire nd, called the escalating rike action "appallingly reck- a ss." RETURNS HOME Prime Minister Harold Wilon interrupted a Scilly Isles oliday to fly back to London oday amid speculation he 'ould recall Parliament from ecess to discuss the Ulster risis. 1 Wilson has called the strik tie gravest crisis in Northern relund since sectarian w a rupted almost five years, ago lore than 1,000 persons havi died in the fighting. At the heart of the dispute i he demand by Protestant ex remists for new elections an he scrapping of British plan " link Northern Ireland ctose the Roman Catholic-dom nated Irish Republic to th south. Strike leaders fear the Britis )lan will lead to. a united Ive and dominated by Catholic; They believe n e w election would dump Ulster's fiv month-old coalition governmen of moderate Protestants an Catholics and return the pro\ jice to total Protestant rule. BARRICADES In Belfast, hundreds of men, women and children from Prot- itant strongholds formed hu- lan barricades to block roads defiance of troops. The Brith army smashed through bar- cades of commandeered au- 'mobiles and dragged away a oxen schoolboys in knickers rying to block a convoy. Many feared using troops to rcak the strike would lead to iolence between strikers and oldiers, but no fighting was re orted Monday and the workers oiincil pledged t h a t its resist- nce would remain passive. A walkout by natural gas 'orkers Monday left 160,000 Belfast area consumers without eat and electricity. Motorists had virtually no hance of finding gasoline. . There was essentially no pub- c transport, no television,, no mail service or coal deliveres, ind in some places, only.'re- tricted use of water. Candles were lit where el?c- .ricity was not available, and ong lines of shoppers w ^ r e niying up anything available at he few shops still open. Only emergencies were being handled in hospitals. Airnorls «'ere open, but planes could not refuel. Machines Damaged SPRINGDALE -- Burglars caused $150 damage to two vending machines in efforts to secure about $6 in change from the machines .inside the Central Grease and Protein, Inc., plant on East Meadow Avenue during the weekend. According to police reports, intruders used a cutting torch to open the two machines which contained only a small amount of money. Police do not know how the building was entered but noted the old structure has many holes large enough to crawl through. Tape Player Stolen vSPRINGDALE -- Randy Terry, 1106 Ranch Dr.. reported to police Monday the theft of an eight track stereo tape player. Terry said the player was stolen from his car while it was parked' in the street by his home Sunday night or early Monday morning. 6'/2% 7'/2% We have * savings program and interest rate to meet TOOT needs. Fayetteville Savings Loan Association tOl N. East Avenue rifle wanted charges fire. The three .are on 18 state felony each, including rob- Texaco ·.'.... 25% Tri State Mtrs 7H Union Carbide 40W United Air 27V4 Victor 7-N WaJ Mart 17% Ark Best Gas lStt-13% Citation W - I W Kearney N all 5tt-6 Minute Man 1%-U'« Pioneer Foods Ph-Pit H K Porter 31-32 Std Regis 15W-16W Tyson Foods ll'A-12 Yellow Fit 48 49 Averages In* up 3.44 Trans up .27 Utils UP 35 Volume 3.120,000 Commodity Openings July com - 2.60 Nov soybeans 5.3314 , bery, assault arid kidnaping. He also suggested they may be staying where they haven't been recognized. with some sympathizer or. that they have changed their appearances through wigs or coloring their hair. Two Polaroid pictures found in the rubble at the house where six SLA members died in a Shootout with police 11 days ago. both show a smiling blonde-haired woman thought by some authorities to be Miss Hearst. One of the photographs was published this week by Newsweek magazine; Los Angeles police have the other. Miss Hearst had brown h a i r when she was kidnaped Feb. 4. The complaint wai nude to the institute by a supporter of a candidate for county jodfe. be Mid. , , published at Camden during the early Faubus administration. He said he found that Pryor had fought him even then. He accused Pryor of using material from editorials in the Arkansas Gazette. He then asked, "If you find anything (in the Gazette editorials) supportive of patriotism, religion, church or symbolic of decency or law and order, I want to know about it. I haven't been able to find them." Referring to Pryor'i six-year term in the Arkansas legislature, Faubus said Pryor had never sponsored any bill to help the old. the blind, blacks or union members. Faubus said that during his six years in Congress Pryor passed only one bill that helped "one big private corporation in Arkansas that didn't need belp anyway. Sept eggs 49.00 July pork bellies 35.35 July wheat 3.38 Turner Jury In Deliberations JACKSONVILLE. Fla. (AP) -- Jurors in the mail fraud trial of Orlando, Fla.. businessman Glenn Turner and seven associates entered a fifth day of deliberations today. Appearing tired after a day of deliberations Monday, the Jurors gave no sign of how they stand. The jury could not have reported a verdict Monday had it arrived at one because U.S. District Court Judge Gerald Tjoflat. who has presided over the nine-month trial, was attending a conference in New Orleans. Tjoflat told the Jury to recess deliberations if a problem arose in his absence, and to withhold reporting any verdict while he was away. He was to return to Jacksonville early today. Turner, seven of his former executives and three of his companies are charged with defrauding "persons too numerous to mention" by selling distributorships without supplying necessary merchandise. The firms included in the Indictment are Koscot Interplanetary Inc., a cosmetks company; Dare To Be Great, a personal motivation company, and Glenn W. Turner Enterprises, a holding company. Scholarship Teresa Gail Flynn, danghter ·f Mr. and Mrs. W. D. K|ynn ·ad a senior »l Fayetteville Hi»* School, is the recipient of a sehdanMp (rom t h e sUy of ArfciHM. She to sM? pottlkal sci- tmcf. Teresa has bee* active ta extra earrieaUr selml ud eknrh ictlTHies te nembersM* n the Nal Pennies Leacw. Accepted for flight training, he has been assigned for training bicycle had been stolen time sijpce Saturday. The bike Morrow. Cox is married to the was parked behind the Fayetteville Youth Center on California SHAPE UP DAD SEWING CLASSES F A B R I C CITY GOLD Tap Prien Paid For Old GoW ·nd Jtwvlry* Underwood^ Missy Dream Miss Elaine . . . Match this short gown and robe. A truly comfortable match. Eyelet trimmed bodice, polyester/cotton. Pink, blue/ or white. Sizes S, M, L. 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