Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 4, 1974 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 4, 1974
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THE WEATHER Elsewhere By The Associated Press Tuesday Ford Sees Middle East Peace Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Tim., June 4, 1*74 AVITTIVIILI, MKAWAt As 'New Era In World History Norton said that If penny can- y were made smaller it would e too small to .set], so the rice will probably he 2 cents a andy kiss. Weather Forecast Albany Albu'que Amarillo Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Bismarck Boise Boston Buffalo Charleston Charlotte Chicago Cleveland ' Denver Detroit Duluth Fairbanks Fort Worth Green Bay Helena Houston Inrl'apolis Jacks'ville Juncau Kansas City Las Vegas Little Rock Los Angeles Louisville Marquetle Memphis Miami Milwaukee Mpls-Sl. P. New Orleans New York Okla. City Omaha Orlando Philad'phia Phoenix Pittsburgh P'lland Ore. P'tland Me. Rapid City Reno Hi Lo Prc Ollk 76 49 .27cdy .. clr .52 cdy .. clr .. elr .. cdy .13 cdy . . cdy .. clr .. clr .02 cdy .. cli .. cdy .. clr ..cdy . . cdy .49 cdy . cdy 91 57 80 58 59 50 77 53 80 66 86 "15 81 55 62 SO 73 50 75 67 77 55 81 66 73 51 S3 49 77 55 76 56 50 41 NEW YORK (AP) -- Vice President Gerald R. Ford said .oday that with Secretary of A. Kissinger's peace achieve Slate Henry Middle East ments "a new era in world his tory, an era of negotiation and reconciliation, was 'made in . . rn .. cdy clr 85 69 1.08 cdy 68 57 .17 cdy 75 51 88 76 83 61 88 66 1.76 rn 54 45 .36 rn 64 .06 rn 67 61 60 61 75 101 82 75 SO 72 83 65 85 71 5.40 rn 73 60 87 62 87 68 76 58 clr clr . cdy . cdy . cdy . cdy . cdy .92 cdy .. cdy .. clr 84 62 .12 cdy .. cdy .05 rn .. clr .. clr .. clr .08 rn .. clr .. cdy .. cdy 88 63 89 69 74 55 100 68 73 « 69 55 66 44 86 52 85 43 Showers are again In t h e forecast for southern Florida and from the cunlral Gulf enastal area north to t h e Great Lakes, Northwest Ar- kansas included. Warmer weather is expected for a l l states except those in t h e Pacific Northwest and t h e northern Plains. Clear to part- ly cloudy skies are forecast for the west and most of the Atlantic coastal states. (AP Wirepholo) Nun To Seek Democratic Nomination To House MEMPHIS, Tcnn. CAP) -- A Roman Catholic nun who says her political and religions lives are closely related lias announced as a Democratic candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives. Sister Mary Anne Guthrie claimed in announcing tier candidacy Monday lo be the first nun ever lo seek a congressional scat. ' She is one of five Democrats bidding for the 8th District seat now held by Rep. Dan H. Kuykendall. a Republican who has no opposition in Tennessee's Aug. 1 primary election. Sister Mary Anne, 47, is director of health and welfare for the Calholic diocese of Memphis. She said Bishop Carroll T. Dozier of Ihe Memphis diocese supports her candidacy. She told a news conference »he supported busing, amnesty Wins Law Award William D. Kelly Jr., from the Little Rock Division of Ihe University of Arkansas Schoo of Law. has received the Unilcc Stales Law Week Award. The Award is given to t graduating student who judged by the faculty coi millec to have made the mo satisfactory scholastic progress in his final year. It is ma available to all accredited h schools subscribing to I.; Week, and consists of a yea complementary subscription ti the publication which report every week important nc\ court decisions and fedora a g e n c y rulings, and al Supreme Court opinions. T h e prixc is vaued at $190. or draft evaders and cuts in efense spending, and said she voiilri not hesitate to vote Tor mpcHChment of President Nix- if the evidence supported ueh action. She termed impeachment the most pressing issue facing the ·ountry. and she said part of lie problem has been that Congress lias not been an effective iranch of government. Calling for amnesty for draft ·vaders, she said, "I would say o them. 'America is a big, varm, forgiving country. Come Kime.'" She said busing was the only Hcrnative now to integrating he schools, but that here vmiln be no need for busing il ;rc were effective open hous- Sistcr Mary Anne said she Klieved in a strong public school system. 'tf parents choose to send Nixon To Speak WASHINGTON (AP) -- Prcs dent Nixon will address gradu iitiun mul commissioning cere monies Wednesday al the II.S N a v a l Academy in Annapolis Mri. The morning address lo Ihi !120 graduates, their familie and friends in the football sta clium will focus on "foreign pol icy . . . and defense malters,' Deputy Press Secretary Gerali L. Warren said Monday, The last president lo addres Naval Academv graduates wi John F. Kennedy in 1961. heir children to parochial or irivate schools, they should be irepared to finance it," she aid. Villagers Oppose Rebuilding Plant FUXBOROUGH, E n g l a n d AP) -- The villagers of F) i x borough ha ve for med a :ommiUee to oppose recon ilruction of the giant chemical ilant thai exploded last Satur- lay, killing 29 employes and in uring 105 other persons. Flames from the explosion fi nally died out Monday. Officials n London ordered a full public nquiry into the blast. Geoffrey Walden. one fl many who were made homeless y the blast, said: "We lough or four years to stop then Building this plant. They pak no heed to our fears." But William Martin, mayor o :he nearby town of Scunthorpe said his town council wouir press for rebuilding to fi ahead. "The factory Is an im portant source of jobs and il i important to the national econo my.' 1 he said. The Nypro Ltd. plant, in Lin colnshire 150 miles n o r t h o London, is owned joinHy by th British and Dutch coal minin industries. Tt made caprola turn, used to strengthen nylo for heavy industrial use, an was the only factory of its kin in Britain. One investigate said he belfeved a highly in flammable vapor escaped, an a chance spark ignited it. Children's Dance Program To Be Offered At UA The University of Arkansas department of Health. Physical education! and Recreation and he Division of Continuing Edu- ation will co-sponsor a child- ens dance program beginning ext fall. Mrs. Linda Bonn, a dance instructor, will teach three class- s for children. "We will init- ate a class for beginners, ages ix and seven years old, called Introduction to Dance 1 , a ballet lass for beginners, ages eight ·ears old and up, called 'Ballet ' and a class for nine-year-olds and older called 'Ballet II'. For enrollment in "Ballet II," the children must have had previous dance experience and they will be selected by auditions to be held in August," Mrs. Bonn said. Pre-registration has begun for he entire 1974-75 academic ·ear with June 28 as the cut-off date. The lee for the fall semes- er, Sept. 17 throught Dec. 17, s $45. Classes will be limited o 20 pupils. For registration and more in- 'ormation, telephone 575-3604 in ,he office of the Division of Continuing Education, Workshops, Conferences and Institutes. Asserting that history will credit President Nixon's foreign policy initiatives, Ford said Watergate has focused atten tion away from what he calteri creative relationship with rhe rest of the world." Ford spoke at a breakfast meeting of the American Apparel Manufacturers Association held in conjunction with its TEXPO '74. an American fashion textiles exposition, "Secretary Kissinger's most recent mission was facilitated by the new climate that exists worldwide," Ford said. "This is the climate that erisued f r o m the President's historic initiatives in visiting Moscow and Peking and in understandings reached there and in subsequent exchanges. "I have said before--and : repeat today--that Presiden Nixon has innovated and car ried forward a bold and cou rageous foreign policy that his tory will credit i n d u e perspective." He said it was Nixon wh chose and supported Kissinge "and gave full confidence arx scope" to tlie negotiations. Ford said Kissinger's skil was shown in narrowing the distance between the position taken by Israel and Syria with out imposing a settlement. The vice president said th. United States will continue t help Israel maintain an arm balance with her -Arab neigh bors, and said the Soviet Unio is continuing to arm the Arabs. .Describing the advent of a mportant new era of negotia ion and reconciliation. For said the world's people mus ive together without any ionge able to consider war a si another form of foreign licy. 'Our enemies are not other lions or peoples diffcren om ourselves," Ford said )ur enemies are hunger, dis se. poverty, ignorance, hope ssness, fear and hatred. PENNY CANDY ON WAY OUT CHICAGO (AP) -- Penn. y apparently is going, th' ay of copper pennies. Out. Higher prices are the reason Peter V. Norton, a Tnemhc board of the National Con ctioners Association, pre cted in an interview Monda at penny candies will soon b thing of the past. And Norton also said the 15 ent candy bar is fast becom g tlje 20-cent candy bar or mailer 15-eent bar. Norton, executive vice pres ent of Ludens Inc.. Reading a., manufacturer of candy a ell as cough drops, is in Ch ago for the association's an ual convention and exposition He said the price of cane as been slow to rise in relatio the price of a cup of coffe r a soft drink but that late ic cost of candy ingrcdicn as increased sharply, forcin he price of candy up. He said sugar, for cxampl as gone up 250 per cent sine anuary and that in two years le price of cocoa beans has in- reased from 21 cents to $1.1(1 a ound. Production costs--electricity, ransporttion, labor and the ke-also have risen sharply, Norton said. The TIMES Is On Top of The Newt Seven Doyi a Week LANE SWEETHEART CHESTS with 50% MORE STORAGE SPACE EVEREST 4 JENNINGS WHEELCHAIRS ro:os TO 10" *UtTAlS * SALES Ftyrtttville Vnt X. CM* Sunn 44J-7MJ GOLD Top Prices Paid For Old Gold ·nd Jewelry. Underwood's «i w. Dickson, Fayi FATHER JAMES VAN VURST Spirit-Filled Catholic Priesl from Don Scotus College, Southfield, Mich., will be teaching at FAITH TEACHING MINISTRY. WED., THURS., FRI. NIGHTS JUNE S, 6, 7, at 7:30 P.M. FAITH TEACHING MINISTRY is NOT » church, bat k * huilding dedicated to the tetchmg of Gait word for worship of Jesus. Fayetterille, Hwy. 62 West (Turn Sooth at Hawkins Body Shop) Clll 443-M6S for Info. Open Mon- and Thurs. 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