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June 5, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 20

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10 O North**** Arfcanm TIMES, W«J.. JUIM 5, 1974 Brown To Face Floumoy In California By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Republican Houston I. Flournoy scored a landslide victory over indicted l.t. Gov. Ed Reinecke. and Democrat Edmund G. B r o w n - , J r . outdistanced 17 other candidates lo win California's gubernatorial p r i m a r i e s Tuesday. State controller Klournoy crushed Rcinccke, who had been the heir-apparent to retiring GOP Gov. Ronald Reagan until April 3 when a Watergate grand j u r y charged him with lying to a Senate committee about his role in the ITT case. In the Democratic primary, · Brown, son of the former governor, pulled ahead of San Francisco Mayor · Joseph L. Alioto and Assembly Speaker Bob Morctti to win the nomination. Elsewhere in the eight slates t h a t held primary elections Tuesday, a former prisoner of war won the Republican nomination to oppose Sen. George S. McGovern's re-election bid in South Dakota. In .Mississippi, James Mercd- ilh. a black man who integrated t h e University of Mississippi a decade ago,' won his way into the r u n o f f for j Democratic congressional nomination. In the California primary. Brown based his race on support for Proposition 9. a Water- gale-inspired initiaitive lhat would reform political c a m - paign practices. The measure was approved, and its sponsors said it wouW be the toughest and most far- reaching in the nation. LEADS IN CALIFORNIA RACE . .Edmund G. Brown Jr. gets returns Extension Granted APL For Testimony LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Arkansas Power Light Co, was given additional time Tuesday to f i l e some of its testimony concerning its proposed coal- fired generating plant near Redfield. The A r k a n s a s Public Service Commission originally told APL to have its testimony in by Tuesday, but the utility asked for an extension until Friday. APL said the reason for the delay was because one of its consultants needed more time to modify his testimony. Paul Morgenstern of Walden Research Division nf ABCOR Inc. at Cambridge, Mass., made an error in his calculation of how s u l f u r dioxide emissions from the plant would be disbursed into the atmosphere. The proposed 5850 million plant would be capable of producing 2.8 million net kilowatts of electricity. The PSC has set, June 17 as the date for a hearing on the utility's application for a certificate of public need and envi ronmental compatibility for thi facility. Apathy Keeps Voters Away From. Polls By f.OUISK COOK Associated Press \Yr t«r Watergate, lack of competition and general apathy apparently arc keeping people away from the polls this year. An Associated Press spot check showed low voter turnouts in mosl areas that have ictd primaries or special elec- ,ions so f a r this year. Kight primaries were held Tuesday, but only one -- in California -- generated any real excitement. Politicians attribute the lack of interest to a variety ol causes. Some say the Watergate scandal has caused a distrust of all elected officials; others claim there simply were no major issues to bring out the voters. In Michigan, only about 30 per cent of the registered vot- ers turned out tor a special election to fill the seat formerly held by Vice President Gerald R. Ford. The race was won by a Democrat, Richard Van- derVcen. "Watergate killed us." said William McLaughlin, state Re- ublican chairman, and Robert Eleveld. the county GOP leader agreed. Eleveld said Republican voters stayed home, while democrats went to the polls. President Nixon helped boost he turnout in another Michigan district, the 8th. where 54 per :ent of the registered voters balloted. Democrat Bob Traxler defeated Republican J a m e s Sparling. PRESIDENT VISITED The President visited the dis- Arrested For Drugs NORTH LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Two persons were arrested and an estimated 50.000 tablets suspected lo be amphetamines were seized Tuesday night by North Little Rock police and officials of the federal Drug Enforcement Administration. Authorities said James Earl Park. 24, of Vilonia and Rudy I-ee Pone. 28, of Little Rock we.rc charged w i t h possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver. Bond was set at $25.000 for each. Officers said Pope and Park were arrested at the Mid-Slate Truck Plaza at Arkansas 151 and Interstate 40 in North Littl. Rock. Police estimated Uie retail value of the tablets between $25.000 and S50.000. Police Chief William D. Younts said the seizure was the second largest seizure of amphetamines in the state. He said more arrests are expected. trict at the invitation of the COP candidate. "Nixon increased the voter turnout, but helped change few minds," said Sparling. The North Carolina board of elections said voter turnout in the state's May 7 primary was 35.1 per cent, compared to a normal off-year turnout of 40 to 42 per cent. The main contest was for nominations for U.S. senator. State Republican C h a i r m a n Thomas Bennett said the low number of voters "was due to the fact that there was no general or widespread enthusiasm for any of the U.S. Senate can didates." In Indiana, state officials es- Jmatcd only 25 per cent of the ,hree million or so registered ·oters balloted in May 7 primaries. They said that the previous low turnout was 28.32 per cent in the 1970 off-year primaries. "The t u r n o u t indicates apa- :hy t h a t £ think is caused by Watergate. President Nixon's .ax troubles and the state of .be economy." said William Trisler. the state Democratic chairman. Little Money Speas 3-Bean Main Dish Salad (3 lands ol beans lor protein without mtat.l 1 10 a. pkfl. frozei Urn) Beans 2 15 n. cans red Kidney Btaru, dnta 1 16 a. can G»tanaiB«ars(crick peas), rMri 2 c. ilioed celery Ml c. tfKHMd giem pepper 1rtc. chopped wtai Cook limas K deeded «i laM, data. In Ivn twwf, cwrWne aJI Ingredients. Hoi until sugar is rated. 2,3 c. SKAS ode vinegar 3/4 c. sugar l^c. salad dl 1 up. alt Dash pepper Pocr over bean mixture. IMnab 24 hours. Makes 1?uryfngs. Great Taste Hit favor mttt the food ting cook* hen depended on since 7888. SPEAS VINEGAR Apple Cider · Distilled · Corn FREE RECIPE BOOK. Write Span Company 2400 Nlcholion Ave., K»nu» City, Missouri 64120 More (han hall Ihc estimated; voters in Alabama turned out- for the May 7 primary in Ala-; bama. compared to 62 per cent* who voted in tlie 1970 primary.: Political leaders, including; Gov. George C. Wallace who: was easily rcnominatefj, pro-;, dieted in advance t h a t the turn-: would be low because ol a lack of major competition.- There was a runoff Tuesday in" Alabama for the lieutenant governor's spot. 95% CONVENTIONAL FINANCING FOR NEW and EXISTING HOMES 30 YEAR TERM ALSO VA and FHA LOANS Call 751-1152-Or Come By Our Office in the San Jose Manor, 2221/2 East Emma, Springdale JACK COLLIER EAST CO., INC. MORTGAGE BANKER Founded 1944 Vernon Tarver Vice President Branch Manager Tysons Grade A URGE EGGS Dozen 47 Texsun Frozen ORANGE JUICE 3 12-Oz. Cans $ 1 Unity MUSTARD 9-Oz. Jar. . . 15 Swiffi VIENNA SAUSAGE Van Camp GRATED TUNA 6!/2-Oz. Can . 39 Foremost COTTAGE CHEESE 11-Oz. Ctn. . . 38 3 5-Oz. Cans $ 1 PRODUCE Fresh Arkansas Grown Green Ranch Wagon Great Northern WHITE BEANS 1-fb. Pkg. 44 Sunny Jim PEANUT BUTTER 2 1 /4-Lb. Can . 99 CABBAGE 2 New Red POTATOES Heads 10-Lb. Bag Yellow SQUASH Lb. 33' $149 19 Horn Maid BISCUITS 10 Count 8-Oz. Can . . 6 CORN 6 Em 69' . . . . Bunch I \J ORANGES . 19' ONIONS Unity BATHROOM TISSUE 2-Roll Pkgs. 31*1 Golden Grain MACARONI CHEESE DINNERS 73/4-ooz. Pkgs. 4 7 Farms SWEET PEAS 17-oz. Cans 4199 King GOLDEN CORN l-lb. Cons 4 HEINZ Hamburger Relish Hot Doog Relish Sweet Relish 9 3 /i-oz. Jars 3° $ 1 Allen's Cut GREEN BEANS l-lb. Cans 4 Swans Down CAKE MIXES Assorted Flavors ' J Boxes «p 1 Mile High FRUIT MIX 1-lb. Cans 4: $ 1 Wilderness Apple PIE FILLING 2T-Oz. Can 44 Tote-Em Freezer Food STORAGE BAGS 60 Count Unity Frozen--Ail Flavors ICE MILK A-G»\. Ctn. 59" Zeste* -- 32-Oz. Jar SALAD DRESSING 49' MEAT DEPARTMENT Wilson's Certified SLICED $109 BACON Ib. I SLAB BACON Ib. 69 Rodeo Mild or Hot SAUSAGE I-Lb. Pkg. 75 Sliced PORK LOINS Ib. Center Cut PORK CHOPS Ib. $109 1 Butt HALF HAMS Ib. 79 Shank Half HAMS Ib. 69 Center Cut HAM SLICES Ib: $119 1 We Gladly Redeem USDA Food Stamps Banquet Frozen COOKIN BAGS 5-Oz. Pfcg. 29 Blackburn WAFFLE SYRUP Jar Hours: 7 to 9 Men. Him Sat. -- 8 to 6 Sim. I Male's Round Box LEADER SALT 26-Oz. Box Fireside -- 14Ot B*g VANILLA WAFERS Unity-- Giant SIM DETERGENT

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