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NortWnt Arfcansai TIMES, Wed., Jun« 5, 1974 rAVlTTlVltLl. ARKANSAS Marine Recruiter Commissioned outlines · Marine recruiter 1 .Marine Master Sgl. Ronald A. Slew-art, left, of Fayetfe- ville, is promoter! to second lEctitennnf hy Col. D;ile E. Shalzcr, dupuly director of the Eighth Marine Corps Dis- trict, in ceremonies at I li e K l k s Club Tuesday. Stewart, M ho has headed Ma line recruiting In t h i s area, will he rc-assigncti to Cherry Point, N.C. Colonel Shatter nnled t h a t (he rare vjroniolion ol a very senior nou-commi.sstoned officer to second lieutenant represented "an exceptional accomplishment w i t h i n I h e Marine Cnrps." (TIMRSpholo by Ken Grind) Area News Briefs Pension Stolen A veteran's $113 pension check was reported taken Tuesday along with other mail from a mailbox at the home of Roy D. N'otl of Route 1, ELkins. Noll told Washington County authorities thai he saw a red car pull up to his innilbox and watched Itic driver remove the mat) and leave. The veteran's check would normally have leen in the day's mail, he said. Here June 12 Wallet' Thayer, a loan officer with the Small Busines Administration, will be in Fayelte- ville at the Post Office from 8:30 a.m. (o 2:30 p.m. June 12. He will bo interviewing applicants for SBA loans. Thayer said it would be helpful if a busincs owner or prospective owner who is seeking financial asistance from- SBA would bring the latest financial data for his busines with him to the interview. Stout Pleads Larry Wayne Stout, 18, of Fayetteviljo, pleaded fiirilly Tuesday in Washington Circuit Court lo a charge of burglary and grand larceny. Stout was sentenced to E)C days in the county jail. He was accused of burglarizing the Three-Way Service Stalion Fayetteville March 11. Bicycles Stolen Carolyn Gillilum of 900 N. LevereU Ave. told police Tuesday that two 20-inch bicycles ivcre taken from her apartment after 10 p.m. Monday. She notified police of the theft at 11:40 a.m. Tuesday. Statue Missing The theft of an eight-foot sta- ue of a boy holding a hnmbur- ;er was reported stolen by the A£W Drive-in on North College \venue Tuesday. A company spokesman said the statue was stolen from the rear of the jirilding Monday night. Man Arrested James L. Leonard, 25, of *oute 4. Springdale, was ares- '.ed by city police at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday on a charge of indecent exposure. Police said Leonard was arrested after he was observed in his car on the west side of the Square. He was freed on $209.25 bond. Enters Plea Don I.. Anderson, -M, of Benton County pleaded guilty Tuesday in Washington Circuit Court to violation of Arkansas Hot Check Law. Anderson's p i c a w a s Uken under advisement for one ycai hy Circuit Judge Maupi;: Cummings on condition lliat Anderson make restitution of $277 and pay court costs. The charge was filed against Ander son J a n u a r y 10. Bonner Arraigned Donald Charles Bonner, 2-3. of i;-il'/2 W. 6th St., was arraignec- lefore Federal Magistrate Walter Nibtock Tuesday on charges of willfully attempting to defraud the U.S. government. Bonner was arrested Monda\ by city police a f f e r he at tempted to pass a sfnlen income tax refund check at the Sears store in the Northwest Arkansas P l a z a . Police said the check for S472.60 was stolen Mnuda\ morning from a Post Office rental bos at the cenlral Posl Office. Niblock said Bonner waivec a preliminary hearing and was rleased on hi? own recognizance to a w a i t a n appearance i n Federal District Court. Lightning Strikes SPRIXGDALE -- A television 5et al the Zela McGinnis home at County Line and Lowe! Road? was destroyed earh today after l i g h t n i n g struck ar outdoor antenna. The fire was out when Springdale firemen arrived. 212 S. Ea;1 tit. r«yet1eTlDe. Ark. 7Z 5?cocd C.ztt Postage Paid et Fiym*vU!*, A MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRRSB Tb« Associated Prc5i U e.-;il!e3 a.~ c! LIjh-ely lo the use (o- republic* tier of all ICX3U BBTS prn^J ti LMi RAT7S EHac-Jve October 1. 1973 Bone l*m«7 moa'Ji by carrier f3. lt copy da!!; lOc, B . , , Art. Adtlr Co.. 0*14.: aty BOB sectta t maims I month* 1 YXAR J9.SI KM K M PAFAMX Of Accident Injury BuForri B. Wiley Jr.. 30. of G03 Park Avenue, was released after treatment at Washington Regional Medical Center Tuesday following a two car acci denl at the intersection of College Avenue and Davidson p.m. accident oc- Street. The 1:51 cured police said, when a car driven hy Wiley pulled off Davidson into the of a southbound car driven by Larry B. Jones. 25. of Shcnnndoah Villa. Crash Injury A 19-year-old Kayctteville girl was released after treatment at Washington Regional Medical Center shortly after 4 p.m. Tuesday fo lowing a two car accident on North College Ave nue. Cilv police s a i d Lesa Jane Edwards. 19. of 2335 Hatfieri was injured when her car, southbound on College Avenue, struck the rear of n car driven hv Debra Jane Foster. 18, of 311 W. Mountain St. Police quoted Miss Edwards as saying a northbound vehicle splashed a larpe amount of water onto her windshield, causing her to be unable Eo see Miss Foster's car. Three Women Hurt SPRINGDALE - T h r e e women were treated and released a t S o r i n g d a l e Memorial Hospital Tuesday a f t e r a two-car accidenl on Hwy, 71 south of Randall Road. The driver of nno car. Julia Randies. 57, and two pasen sensors. Betty Handle.* . and Bailey. 17. all of Lowell. were injured a f t e r the car they were ridinir in changed and was struck in the rear b a car driven by Rnbv Allen Waits. 20. 2100 Patti St. " Kn cl'ations have hern issued. SPRIN'GDALE - A Favette- vilie man escaped in.iury Tties- dav afternoon when the car he u'n= d r i v i n g collided \vi»h Frisco train at !he Shady Grove Rnad and Frisco railroad Accor^'nsr 'o police reom Lannv Van K m a n . 35. of 2B23 Elizabeth Dr.. Favetlerille. s t r u c k (he- train driven b y Goorge Gatrz of Monetf. Mo". a f t e r ^ r an E m a n aopliert h i 5 cpr': brakes too late. He v cited for failure to yield right of way. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! U roa cannot reach yoar TIMES carrier PHONE 44Z-62IJ Daily 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday 3 to « p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. Vief Hero Can't Adjust, Enters Mental Center (·'AIRFIELD. III. (AP) -- A Medal of Honor winner wh. said he couldn't adjust to bein a hero and was growing mar: j u a n a as part, of his fight fo personal freedom has been ad milted to a mental institutio for observation. Kenneth Kays, 21. entered th slate mental health center a Chester on Tuesday for obser vation on an emergency hospi lalization petition granted b State's Ally, ftolwrt Hawkins o Wayne County at the request o Kays' rather. John. Hawkins said the elder Kay asked for help when h found his son in an incoh state at his trailer home. "The grounds were that boy was yelling and scrcamin; arid was irrational." Hawkin said. Young Kays was arrestei twice and convicted once thi spring on charges of cultivation and possession of marijuana He was placed on probation Kays openly grew about 10 marijuana plants in a sma plot at his father's farm east o this Southern Illinois low of 6,000. In a recent news interview he said whal tie did in Victnar and what he was doing in Fair field were parts of his quest fo personal freedom to discove himself. He said marijuana is a tool i discovering the self and h didn't believe the law had th right to take it away from him At one point, Kays said. can't handle being a hero." On May 10, 1970. in Vietnam Kays, a draft resister turne medic, repeatedly crawled bi yontl his lines under fire, eve after his left l e g was sho away, to t r e a t and resell wounded soldiers. After his (its charge in December 1970. h relumed to live in a trailc home behind his mother' house. Soviet Physicist Wins Cindel Duea PARIS (AP) -- The $3I.00 Cino del Duca prize has been awarded to dissident Sovie physicist Andrei Sakharov. the prize is given to "an au thor whose work constitutes t message for humanity." jur.\ Chairmnn Louis Leprince-Rinj; uet said. He said the jury tried lo tele phone Sakharov in Moscow I lell him of the award, but th line was cut 'almost imme . Lcprince Sakharov's R i n g u e t recalle picas for huma Scare (CONTINUED FROM PACE I) f the present national adniints- ration." Ford told a news con- cronce. Ho said he considered it "no ss than ,T rude assault afiainst iie integrity of all Democratic ncmbers of Congress" by im- ilying they will always vote a ortain way. He said ho hopes the Demo- rats attain a two-thirds control I the House and Senate (hat vould give them the numerical itrenglh to override presiden- ial vetoes, but he said he oh- eclcd to GOP efforts "to use ie term to scare people." Short of the three-fourths con- rol needed to pass resolutions. Democratic governors at the ·neetiiiK decided against trying 0 put the conference on record n favor of a tax cut to fight nflation or to raise any Water- Sale related matters other t h a n 1 bipartisan ethics resolution ponsorcd by Govs. William G. ,1illiken. R-Mich., and Patrick J. Lucyc. D-Wis. TAX R E M E F Instead, they authori/cd Ford o report they believe t h e na- ion needs "tax reform and re- ief for middle and lower in- *ome individuals coupled witii iclective budget cuts." fn other developments: The Democrats elected Gov. Wendell R. Anderson, D- Minn., to succeed Ford as con- erencc chairman. Gov. Philip V. Noel of Rhode Island was elected vice chairman. --The Republican governors lecided tentatively to hold their next meeting in St. f.otiis after '.he November elections. --Democratic National Chairman Robert S. Strauss and P Chairman George Bush advisod the governors at separate party breakfasts of efforts o work with the General Accounting Office to ease strict enforcement of minor cam- aaign infractions now being referred to the Justice Department for prosecution. Obituary 4Hni!mi!nM!i!!!i!iinni!iiii ;i n WILLIAM GlDDIiS'GS Bentonvilte -- William Roy Giddings. 71. of Hattiesburg. Miss., died Tuesday in a local hospital there. He was a retired production foreman for the Gulf Oi! Company. Survivors are the widow, Gladys Giddings of the home; three sons, Bill of Tulsa, Okla., Jon of Lumberlon, Miss,, and Tommy of Ehcnezer. Miss.; one brother, f.aury of Homer. La.; two sisters. Mrs. Clara Vail of Guyman. Okla., and Mrs. Murline Atkins of Bossier City, La.; one sister-in-law, Mrs. Ruby Aldcn of Bentonville; and four grandchildren. Funeral service will be held W e d n e s d a y i n Lumberfon, Miss., with graveside service at 2 p.m. Thursday in Elm Springs Cemetery. 26. BLOOD NEEDED FOR SURGERY A five-year-old girl needs 15 pints of blood when she undergoes open heart surgery June Sandy Kay Shipman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ship, man and granddaughter of Mr and Mrs. Chester Shipman. will have the surgery performed at St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa Okla. Persons interested in giving blood for Sandy Kay may donate at the Red Cross Bloodmobile and indicate it is for her. The Bloodmohile will be in Fayetteville at St. Paul's Episcopal Church from 10 a m to 3:30 p.m. Thursday. This is the final day of the three day visit in the Fayetteville-Springdale Area Students Named To Dean's List Here Thirty-three area students are among those na-mcel to the Dean's List for the spring semester in the College of Business Administration at the University of Arkansas. Among the students with perfect marks for the semester were Teresa K. Freeman freshman, of Fayetteville a n c Joseph C. Phillips, junior, of Springdale. Other students named to the Dean's List included: Dale V. Briggs, Allan H, Dun can, Robert D. Ayers, Steven E. Amos, Kurcn L. Meade Garlen S. Curry, and Frankie R. Bufford, all of Fayetteville freshmen. Jaquita D. Phillips, Stanley T. Wilson, Brenda J. Brenner Norman E. George A. Fayetteville; arid Stephen M Edwards of West Fork, sopho mores. Donald P. Chancy. Gary E Carton, Robert S. Hester. Ru ford P. McGown, Herman L Springer, Phillip C. John. Marc L. Duell, Harvey E. Smith, Jr. and Amy W. Walker, all o Fayetteville and J. B. Tyler o Springdale, juniors. Henry C. Thibault. II. Davit B. Vandergriff, Gregory Mold enhouer, R. D. Lechlenberger John R. Leonard, Danny J Dees, Richard C. Ourand, Jr. Larry J. Dowell, Nichie D. Elk ins, Richard K. Ford, and Do nald Armstrong, II, all o Fayetteville; James W. Morri and Phelix L. Mcllurray, bot of Springdaie, seniors. Deskin, Jr., anc Byram, all o Restraint (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) merit rale higher lhan might otherwise he desired. He said "our labor markets must not he too tight" to help promote a gradual slowdown of the upward trend of pay scales. A key to restraining demand will be a holddown in government spending. Simon said. Ho added t h a t he thought Americans would support tough anti- inflation policies because they are tired of infiation. Bypass Accident Injures Two Persons Two persons were released fter treatment at Washington Regional Medical Center short.; before 5 p.m. Tuesday followii,. A three vehicle accident on the Iwy. 71 bypass at the Hwy. 6 intersection. Injured were Jimmy H. McDermott, 25. of Memphis, fann., driver of a semi-trailer ruck, and Michelle Palmer. 8. of Fayetteville, a passenger in one of the cars involved. City police said McDermott was southbound on the bypass when a ear driven by William J. Robinson, 67, of Osawatomie. an., stopped to make a lefl :urr. onto Hwy. 16. In an attempt to avoid hitting the Robinson vehicle. McDermolt swerved and his truck collided with a car driven by Edwin T. Palmer Jr., 30. of Route 2, Fayetteville. Palmer's daughter suffered minor in juries. Police cited Robinson with failure to yield the right-of-way Injured In Wreck SPRINGDALE -- Two per sons were injured in a two-cai collision Tuesday afternoon a Hwy. 71 and Maple Avenue Zelpha Z. Grand, 50, 2301 Lynn St., and Dorothy B. Hanby, 58 2001 Patti St., were both treated and released from local hospi tals. According to police reports the car driven by Mrs. Orand southbound on Hwy. 71, strucl Mrs. Hanby's car when it pulled across Hwy. 71 into the patl of her car. Mrs. Hanby wa cited for failure to yield ' th right-of-way. Hammerschmidl On Two Bank boards In 73 TIMES Washington Bureau WASHINGTON -- Rep. John 'aul Kammerschmidt, R-Ark., continued to serve on the board of two banks last year and received -a salary as an officer of the Hammerschmidt Lumber -o., Harrison. A financial disclosure report lied with (he House Committee on Standards of Official Conduct shows Hammerschmidt is a member of the board of directors of two Harrison banks. :he First National Bank and Harrison Federal Savings and Loan. Hammerschmidt also reported receiving more than $5,005 in salary from his family business, Hammerschmidt Lumber Co. Inc. The disclosure report does not require congressmen to reveal how much above $5,000 they are paid from outside sources. Man Is Charged With Unlawful Firearms Use David E. Powers. 33, of 1233 S. School Ave. was arrested by city police and charged with unlawful use of firearms nnri disturbing the peace about 4 a.m. today, alter reports were received of Powers tiring a gun in his home. Powers w a s arrested on a warrant issued bv Municim! Judge Richard Wells on request of Ora Underwood, also of 1233 S School Ave. He was later released on $1,000 bond. ifiion FROM PAGE ONE) guarantees may be given to Israel by other nations." This appeared to be a reference (o American assurances to Israel of support for any reprisals to guerrilla attacks. Meanwhile, Israeli security forces captured two Arab guerrillas, both 19. who slipped across the Lebanese border armed with guns, grenades and explosives, police said. Israel's stale radio quoted the two as saying they were ordered to "make a slaughter" by firing at random on civilians in the Mediterranean resort of Naha- riya or the port city of Haifa. In Geneva, Israeli and Syrian generals completed details for carrying out the troop disengagement agreement signed by their week. governments last Machine Rifled Theft of an undetermined amount of change from a vending machine, plus cigarettes, cold drinks, oil and tools from the Conoco Truck Stop in Greenland was reported to Washington County sheriff's deputies Tuesday, The break-in occurred Monday night, deputies said, A buck window was broken lo allow entry to the building. rights and. in referenre to hi reputation as father of the So vict fl bomb, noted t h a t Sakha rov "helped his country escape from the shadow of American domination, (hen became concerned by the dangers threatening the world, and analyzes them with great power." Faubus Concedes HUNTSVrLLE. Ark. (AP) -Former Gov. O r v a l K. Faubus f o r m a l l y conceded defeat today and sent a leller of con- gratulalion to David Pryor. the man who heat him in the Democraiic primary for governor Hay 28. Faubus declined to concede after the tinoffical vote indicated Pryor had won the race without a runoff. The official vote was certified Tuesday. Camp Robinson Land LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The state attorney general's office said today it could not determine the legislative intent of a 1973 act which would give the North PulaskE County Industrial Park Development Commission 1.4W acres of land at Camp Robinson. The commission wants to create an industrial park on Ihe property. However. Ihe legislature said no transfer could be made for two years so t h a t studies could he made. The confusion evolves around who should make the studies. HELP STAMP OUT STRANGERS None are quit* to alon as th* stranger In town, of the newcomers to ttw neighborhood. Remember your last move you felt »s the moving va n pul led away... how you more man half wistwd you'd never come? Spar* your new neighbors feeling* such as these. Let the Welcome Wagon Hostess bring greetings and gifts to make them feel at home. Help stamp out strangers. Call Welcome Wagon May at Phona 443-5438 ar 442-8111 WILCOTH HIWCOOIMI Shop and Save During The Boston Store JUNE SALE xfl SPECIAL PURCHASE RK SUMMER DRESSES, PANTSUITS LONGS Reg. to 42.00 28.00 Reg. to 46.00 30.00 Reg. to 70.00 55.00 Large group including short sleeves, long sleeves ar.:l sleeveless styles in linens, polyester knits, polyester voiles and prints. All are 100% washable. Sizes 8 to 20, but not every style in every size. MISSES DRESSES SPECIAL GROUP PENJALO SANDALS Reg. 20.00 11.99 A great buy on terrific summer sandal styles . . . so right for any occasion. In red/white/blue, cytrus multi, Persian print multi, black, blue or white krinkle patent. 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