Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 13, 1974 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 13, 1974
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Nortl»w»«» ArVanwi TIMES, Thurt., JUIM 13, 1974 r»V«TTIVIU.t. AHMANSA* Local EOA Survey Emphasizes Health Costs And Needs Health costs and needs is the tep priorily listed In the annual need sassessmcnt conducted by t h e Economic Opportunity Agency of Washington County. The survey of needs is t h e first step in the agency's planning process to determine priorities to allocate approximately $70,000 in versatile funds for the coming fiscal year. EOA staff members will develop work programs In the areas of health, recre»tion, transportation and education, the f o u r areas identified in area meetings throughout the county. In the health field emphasis was placed on drug costs, dental care service, and the need for a medical clinic lo Insure low cost access lo medical services. After school programs were also high on the priority l i s t u n d e r recreation throughout Ihe county. The needs of I h e elderly were Ihe primary concern under t r a n s p o r t a t i o n and the availability of infant day care centers in project housing, trailer parks and small towns was the need expressed under the education category. Other c o m m u n i t y problems revealed by the needs assessment include: menial health with emphasis upon preventive menial health projects as education courses for ncv\ parents, counseling, lecn counseling, f i n a n c i a l counseling am' increased access lo menta health services at m i n i m a cost; an expanded Nutrition Program; for the elderly under a home delivered meals pro gram; and Increased a l t e r n a t ives In jobs and work training. A total of 425 persons pnrtici paled in needs assessment. Current EOA programs in elude Head Start-Home Start Family Planning a n d related health services, Retired Senior Volunteer Program. VISTA Volunteers, Elderly Nutrition Program, Elderly Scvices Program, as well as providing sup port to Ihe Winslow Cannery. Youth Bridge, Inc.. and the R u r a l Mountain Producers En change, Inc. The EOA also provides o f f i c e space to Ozark Lit eracy Council a n d t h e n e w l y formed chapter of SCAN. Springdale Police Arrest Eight On Narcotics Charge S P R I N G D A L E --Eight persons were arrested at a Springdale residence Wednesday night after city police anc a slate narcotics agent fount m a r i j u a n a , m a r i j u a n a seeds and sprouts, and what Is be lieved to be cocaine and heroin, Police obtained a search war- rent for the house »t 1018 N, Mill St. The house was rented by Bobby and Virginia Brewer, two of those arrested. All persons arrested were from Springdale and were hooked at the police department for Wiretap raoM PACT ONI) wiretap program to try to determine the source of the leaks. The source said it was unusual for a President to receive wiretap information on an in vesligation in progress. In his May 22 statement, Nixon never mentioned personally receiving wiretap summaries, but said information obtained was "made available to senior officials responsible for national security matters. . . " He said targets of the investigation were determined by Hoover, Kissinger and Ally. Gen. John N, .Mitchell, who personally approved each tap. Arab [CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) rilla squad was reported wiped out. Armed residents of Shamir opened fire on the raiders after they were spotted near a swimming pool, the Israeli radio said in a broadcast from the kibbutz. The Arabs relumed the fire, wounding one man. TERRORIST'S GOAL Residents of the kibbutz said the terrorists apparently were trying to attack the communal --.dining hall where many of he 4)70 residents of the settlement were having breakfast. Instead the Arabs seized a honey processing plant on the outskirts of the settlement, capturing three women in the building, The military commander of the northern front, MaJ. Gen. Raphael Eytan, rushed lo the scene with reinforcements, and a two-hour gun battle ensued. Explosions shook the building as some of the shots set off explosives carried by the terrorists. The troops .stormed the building and found the bodies of the three women who had been killed by the terrorists during the two-hour siege, the broadcast said. The r a i d e r s were armed w i t h submachine guns, grenades and explosives. Tope Player Taken Mrs. Juanita Embry of 1764 N. Levcrett Ave., told" Fayottc- ville police t h a t a stereo tape player was stolen from her car over the past weekend. The car was parked st her residence. possession of controlled substances with intent to deliver Three of the arrested were fe male; five were male. Agei ranged from 17 years old t( 24 years old. Police Chief Joe Sims declln ed lo give the names of the arrested until after charge have been filed in Washington Circuit court. MATERIAL FOUND In the 9:30 p.m. search o the house, police collectec several Jars and sacks of mar ijuana seeds; eight lo 10 ounces of marijuana and m a r i j u a n a seed which had, been sproulerf in wet towels. About seven "hits" of what appeared to be cocaine were found wrapped in tin foil. One gram of what the narcotics agent said was heroin was located. Narcotics para phenalla was inside the house. All eight persons were taken nlo custody at the Sprinfidale police department, where Sims said b a l l hond was set at $10,000 each. One of the adult females was released on a recognizance bond. Sims said Wednesday's ar rests stemmed from informa lion gleaned in Ihe recenl ttruf raid nl Ihe Heritage Inn mole in which eight persons were ar rsted. White Podded IBM n- -. E*SI i,,. «ytt*ertD«, Ark. 7T Pottlifcrf drily aad SuMlT excvflt ftosary 1, J«l» t ·nvounmi u II Twtnmit, irt MEMIEl ASSOCIATED TF.e AuoefilM Preil li entitle* ·» ctailvrly lo ti« EH to! npMlt*- Kir, o! «u local cewi printed b Ui! ·ewspeper u ·«!] M «J AP »·*· (CONTDJUTO FROM PAGE 1) months worth of notes. But [lie key element was Nixon's insistence that even if Gesell was allowed to view some of the notes privately, the Pres Ident would relain Ihe ultimate authorily to decide whether Ehrlichman could use the material In his defense. JAM BROKEN When the White House turned over some of the material to the judge last week a n d , on Wednesday, surrendered anj claim of executive privilege, Ihe legal log jam was broken. One of Ehrlichman's attorneys, Andrew Hall, said Eh- riichman wants at least two documents that the White House has nol provided. Gesell said thai the matter w o u I d be thrasher! out in his chambers. Ehrlichman and three others are accused In the so-called plumbers case of conspiring to burglarize the office of Daniel Ellsberg's psychiatrist, Dr. Lewis Fielding, The plumbers were a special White House unit charged witn investigating news leaks of na- -ional security information. Gesell convened a closed meeting today of defense and prosecullon lawyers. He was expected to clear up final de:ails afterward. Ehrlichman hart flown ivernight from his home in Washington stale to be present. As the meeting continued. Ehrlichman left the courthouse ind was driven away in w h a t ie acknowledger! was a White House limousine. Otherwise, h declined comment. White House lawyer J. Fred Buzhardl was hospiialized overnight wilh a suspecled hearl alt a c k and two olher lawyers represented the President at the closed hearing before Gesell The files agreement with Nix- n still denies Ehrlichman the 'ight lo take- his attorney i n t o he White House v a u l t that houses his files. Gives Up Diamond WASHINGTON' (AP) -Sen. Hubert Humphrey. D-Minn. ays an eight - carat diamond !iven to hi swife six years ago iy President Joseph Mobutu of he Congo has been turned over o the State Deparlment. NEW YORK STOCKS Op»nl*HI Prk«tt FMrnUi**4 fey ». e. (dmr«i «v r Ark Best Corp 814 Anier Tel Tel Wx Ark l,a Gas 'iVA ISiildwin W* Campbell Soup 30Vi Central S W 15^ Chrysler 17Vs Del Monte 20 DiHiirds .' H!'8 Easco 10',i A G Edwards 4'/4 Emerson 40!« Exxon 77'/) Ford 53 V4 Frontier Air 6Vs Gen Growth 15 l /j Gen Mlrs 5: Gordon Jewelry Inll Han' 25% I-T-E Imperial H J C Penney 77Vi Levl Strauss Ling Temco 10 Marcor Pan Am World Air 3! Phillips Petro 5 Pizza Corp 12 Pizza Hut 23 Ralston 46W Safeway 39 W Sears Scolt Paper ' 15'A Shakespeare Sou Pac Texaco Tri Slate Mtrs Union Carbide 41'/ United Air 27V Victor 7% Wai Mart 19W Ark West Gas 13W-14% Kearney Nail Minute Man 1%-2'A Pioneer Foods 4%-32% H K Porter 3B4-32W Std Regis 15-1 Tyson Foods B'/i-S'/i Yellow Frt 48W-49V4 Averages Inds up 1.02 Trans up .01 Utdls down A' Volume 2 mil 860 Commodity Openings July corn 2.71 Nov soybeans 5.3" Sent eggs 43.5i July pork bellies 30.41 July wheat 3.88 Slamons Named President Of Association Larry Slamons. director o public safety at the University of Arkansas, has been named president of the newly or ganized Arkansas Campus Lav Enforcement Association. The group organized Wednes day at a session at the UALR campus. Other officers are Richard Reed of Southern Slale College vice presidenl, and Bob John slon of Henderson Slale College secrelary-lreu surer. The Ihree elecled officers plu Ken Cooker of Arkansas State University and Willie Perkin of the University of Arkansas Pine Bluff, conslilute the boarc ol" directors. The group will meet quarterly on one of the college campuses Purpose of the group, according :o the constitution, is to foster improved methods and proce dures of operating college law enforcement departments am to promote professional ideals and standards. Miss Haring Accepts Position On Olympic Team Miss Ruth Haring of Fayelte ville who finished second in the Women's National Chess Cham pionship in May, accepted a board position on tbe U.S.'Wo men's Olympic Chess team earlier this week. The offer was tendered by Ed Edmondson, executive director of the U.S. Chess Federation. Since participating in the tournament Miss Haring has continued t r a i n i n g and prepara- ion for major summer tournaments with the aid of Arkansa experts Bill Orion and Paul Kuroda. Miss Haring expects to spend part of July and all of August at the C a n a d i a n Open in Monreal and Ihe U.S. Open at New York City before proceeding to he Sixth Women's Olympiad. The Olympiad is scheduled to )cgin Sept. 15 at Medcllin, Columbia. South America ami end during the first week October. Deputy Sheriff Resigns In Wake Of Crittenden Election T U R R E L L , Ark. (AP) -- One Crittenden County deputy sheriff has resigned and investigations are being conducted in tbe wake of an election fracas here Tuesday n i g h t over the Crittenden County Sheriff's race. mons and 49 for Browder. STATE INVESTIGATES Investigations into the matter are being conducted by The Election Laws Institute al Liltle Rock and by the prosi: cuting attorney's office in the Deputy Sheriff Kaye Drake, a ! 2 n d Judicial District, ot which oman. would not say why she Crittenden County is a part. Strain Cemetery The Strain Cemetery Associa- ion will meet at the cemetery off Hwy. 16 East Sunday. A basket lunch is planned and a business meeting will follow, ·'unds will be raised lo f i n a n c e maintenance of the cemeterv according to Mrs. Gordon King", ecretary-lreasurer. Camera Removed A small camera was reported lolen from a car owned by Vilbur French of Country Club load, somelime during Ihe past 0 days. Fayetteville police say rie Ineft was not reported unti'l Wednesday. N O T I C E State Senator Morriss Henry Will b« at Lincoln City Hall at 5:00 p.m. Thunday, Jun« 13th, to me«t with any constituents who n««d to discuss Ivgisla- riv* problems. had resigned. She and another deputy, R. C. Smilhey. allegedly were shoved out of the polling place al city hall after submitting a The controversy is expectet to arise again when the Critten den County Democratic Centra' Committee meets at 2 p.m. this Friday in West Memphis to cer letter to election judges stating tify the election returns for the they would challenge the voting!county. machine there and that t h e ! After Mrs. Droke and Sini Judges should not turn the crank on the voting machine to tally the results. Hut the election judges told Ihe deputies they lacked au thority lo prohibit the judge? t u r n i n g the crank. A free-for-all reportedl broke out later as Sheriff Jim Browder, 40. of West Memphis who lost the Democratic pri mary runoff to R. L, Simmons also of West Memphis, alleged ly kicked in a door at th« Tur rell City Hall. So far, Browder has dcclinc to comment. After the fracas, Ihe box wa reported with 293 votes for Sim Obituary jffliiiifiiiiiiiiiifiiiiimtiiiiiiiraiiBiiiiiiiiiiimiiiitiiiiiniiiiimfflii MRS. ALTA MAY CONN Springdale -- Mrs. Alta Ma Conn, 74. of Cushing Okla. died Wednesday at the Spring dale hospital. Born Jan. 7, 190 at Muskogee, Okla., she wa the daughter of Hugh and Mar. Rich C u n n i n g h a m and a Jeho van's Witness. She is survived by her hu_ band, Luther Conn of the home five sons, Archie E. of Norwalk Calif., Fred H. of Gentry, Ra A. of Springdale, Bill N. o Tulsa and Wayne T. of Cushing four daughters, Mrs Pa Pallerson and Mrs. Carol Sulli van, bolh of Springdale, Mrs Charles Hart of Cave Spring and Mrs. Pete O'Kelly of Cush ing. Funeral services will be a 2 p.m. Saturday at the Jeho vah's Witness Kingdom Hall in Cushing with burial in the Fair lawn Cemetery under the direc lion of Siseo Chapel. DBRIK FRALEY Springdale -- Derik J o s e p h Fraley, one day-old son of Ver non H. and Susan Sarten Fralej of Springdale, died Ihts morninj al the Springdale hospilal. In addition to his parents, h is survived by one brother, Del of the home; two sisters, Shan non and Lisa, both of the home his paternal grandmother, Mrs Velma Fraley of Greenland; hi maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Robert Lindsay o Fayefleville; his paternal great grandmother, Mrs. Ada Schade of Fayetteville and his materna great-grandmother, Mrs Ella Pratt of-Eusauba. Okla. · Graveside services will be a 3 p.m. this afternoon at the M o u n t Pleasant Cemeterj under the direction of Siscc Chapel. EDWARD UNDERNEHR Rogers -- Edward Roy Un dernehr, 56, of Rogers, died Wednesday in the Rogers hospi tal. Born March 23. I DIB ir Perry. Okla., the son of Ben and Anna Litchty Undernehr he was an employe of Daiss Mfg. Co. and a Baplist. Survivors are the widow. Mrs Alene Hedrick Undernehr of th home; two daughters, Mrs Hilda Upton of Little Rock an: Miss Kathy Undernehr o Rogers; six sons, Jim. Geor^i and Ralph of Rogers. Rav o Syracuse, N.Y., Marvin of Kan sas City and Tom of Fayetle ville; five brothers, Phil' am Ben of Garfield, Leo am George of Rogers and Kennetf of Tulsa and eight grandchild ren. Funeral service will he at ! p.m. Saturday at Burns Funera Chapel with burial in the Rogers Cemetery. MISS HELEN OVERHOLT Miss Helen A. Overtoil 86 of Fayetteville died today in a local hospilal. She w a s bom Aug. 1. 1887 in Hilisboro Mo the daughter of D. R. and Man brwm Overholt, w a s a retiree teacher and a Presbyterian A graduate of the University of A r k a n s a s she ( a u g h t in Ihi schools for Indians for 20 years She is survived bv two sis .ers, Mrs. Mary Peters and Miss P a u l i n e Overholt both o Fayetteville. Funeral service will be 2 p m Saturday in the chapel of N'el son's Funeral Home with buria n Ever'reen Cemetery. Funerals Springdale -- R. C. Slalen- 0 a.m. Friday; Sisco Funeral ..hapel: burial in Walnut Grove Cemetery Hill at Farmington. Box Stolen Lynn Luper of Hwy. !12 north Greathouse Springs, reported o Washington Counly deputy heriffs Wednesday lhal a tool MX was taken from his resi- ence during the day. Luper valued Ihe box and ools at $150. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! H yon eaonot reich joor TIMES CirrlCT Ditty S Co 8:30 p.m. Saturuy 3 to 8 p.m. Suad*y | to 1:30 i.m. they were allegedly shoved from the polling pace late Tuesday Smithey reporteJly informed Browder of the situ ation. Smithey and Mrs. Droke were on duty at the polling place as poll walchers. After arriving at the Turrel City Hall and kicking the locked door down, Browder, along with about 10 deputies, entered the area where the vote count was being conducted, Memphis Evening ported. the Wes Times Open (CONTINUED IHOM PAGE 1) committee and accused him o lirtg to carry out a pledge lo work expediliously and fairly. Al the Democrats' meeting Kcdino said he regretted th leaks and thought they wen coming from only a few of In 38 members. Republican members wer harsh in denouncing those re sponsible for the leaks. Rep Charles Sandman, R-N.J., sait any member found to hav leaked the evidence agnins Kissinger should be suspended from the committee. Rep. Joseph Maraziti, R-N.J. sought a call for a spniia meeting to take a vote of con fidence in Kissinger, but Ro dino ruled him oul of order. The Democrats also want to release the impeachment cvi dcnce so it will be known to th public before White House law yer James D. St. Clair present: President Nixon's defense. BRIEF PREPARED St. Clair already has pre pared a brief answering charges raised during the pre sentation of Watergate evident but Rodino will not let him pro vide it to members. Fie .iak Tuesday Individual member could gel il, but changed his m'.nd Wednesday and ruled i would violate committee rule for St. Clair to release anycliini before being invited to by the committee. At the Democratic caucus the Question of calling witnesse v.'as discussed, and member reported there definitely wouli. be some. Trley would ' n o t be called uritil after next week when presentation of docu mentary evidence is to be com pleted. Rodino said Ihe staff still has not interviewed Charles W Col son, former White House aidf who has pleaded guilty to a fel ony charge of obstructing jus tice and who has said he i willing to tell all he knows. The committee wants to kno\% what Colson plans to say befon determining whether to cal him as a witness. People Helping People Director* of Funeral Service Services: OVERMOtT, Mil. Helen A. -Arrangement* pending. NO HAPPY HELLO... ... if ever quite equal to the warm wtlcom* extended to newcomers by the Welcome Wagon Hoitui. Her smile may be no brighter, her greeting no more cheerful, but she's made the welcome morea workof art than a mere greeting . . . complete with a galaxy of gift? and helpful information on schools, churches, shop* ·nd community fecilitlef. to when 9 new neighbor moves In, follow up your happy hello with 8 Welcome Wagon greeting. A Hostels awaits your call it PHon. 443-S43* or 4424111 rn» «rt Me ni.n T1JJH m*m b, West German Police Arrest Palestinian SAARBRUECKEN. Wesl Germany (AP) -- A Palestinian tuilcnl has been arrested and harged w i t h planniirg to atlack he Israeli a i r l i n e El Al and the tadium in which the World !up soccer championships be- in today, officials announced oday. Willi Moss, a spokesman for he stale proseculor's office, re used to give details about the tudent. He said authoriics were invesigallng whelher he ad accomplices. Noss said 'the voung man was rrcstcd near Saarbruecken Jniversity after he was sus reeled of having "planned dis- urbances Ihe nature of which ire yet unknown." He said the student was iharged with participation in a riminal association and with i l a n n i n g attacks on a plane and he o f f i c e of El Al Airlines, the sraeli Embassy in Bonn and one of the W o r l d Cup soccer tadiums. Because of the terrorist at .ack on the Israeli team that marred the 1972 Olympics in Munich, strong police guards were assigned to the nine stadiums in various cities in which he soccer matches will be layc[l. No Israeli team is entered. But in West Berlin, where bile's learn is to play, sorno- )ody exploded a bomb outside he door of the Chilean consulate, slightly injuring Consul Hans Belzold and three other persons. The bomb also did :onsidurable damage to the wilding in which the consulate s located. Investigote Break-In Washington County deputy sheriffs »re investigating a H-cak-ln Wednesday at the home of Washington County Clerk Ruth Roberts, south ol Seciuoyah Road, east of Fay- clleville. A portable television, a chain saw, an a n t i q u e clock and carving knives were taken. Entry was gained through a back bedroom door. Power Outage SEARCY, A r k . (AP) -- Residents of Searcy went without eleclrlcily for nearly thret hours early today before a malfunctioning main transformer at the city's south substation was repaired. Power also was out for I time at Bcebc. 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