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Monday, July 1, 1974
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Fair Weather To Continue By The Associated Pr*»s Heavy thunderstorms bomb arded the southern - half ' o Pennsylvania today, causing some flooding. Also hit by the string o ;lorms were southeast Ohio ani Slew Jersey. ' Police in New Kensington Pa., reported Hooding in th downtown section and many outlying areas entirely washed out T Lighter rain drenched mos of New England, southern Flori da, the northern Rocky Moun tains and into the central plateau and Northeast Califor- Mostof the rest of the nation had clear skies. · '· .:: Temperatures in early morning ranged from 94 in Phoenix to 50 in Hibbing, Minn. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Monday, July 1, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS . Women's Political Caucus Shows Signs Oi Stability THE WEATHER 'Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED^ 83 56 .07 clr 99 68 .. cdy 96 67 .. cdy 75 50 .. clr Weather Forecast Cooler weather is forecast is expected for most of the western Gulf and from the today for the Northwestern nation. Showers are forecast Dakbtas to the upper Great states, but warmer weather (or southern Florida, the Lakes. (AP Wirepnoto) 'Oial-A-Ride' System For County Elderly Scheduled "Dial-a-Ride", a transporta- tie HI of the Old Americans tion service for elderly citizens Act. Continuation of the proof the county will be in opera- gram may depend upon mobili- NEW YORK STOCKS Op*nTitg Pric*s ' Furnished by i A. C. Edwanta »·« Ark. Best Corp. . 7% Ark La Gas 19% Baldwin 9% Campbell Soup ... s 27K ronf.nal f, S W ... ' . 133,4 tion the latter part of this "month. The shuttle bus transportation system is sponsored under- the Economic Opportunity Agency's Services for Elderly Program. The service will provide free rides from rural areas into.the Fayetteville-Springdale area for scheduled medical appointments, to the Food Stamp Office, Social Security Office or to conduct other necessary business! "Dial-A-'Ride" will enable these citizens to call a toll-free number to make reservations to ride the new, air-conditioned 15-passcnger maxHwagon. NO FEE CHARGED "No fee is charged for the ride and an experienced driver will be hired who will assist passengers in and out of the bus if needed," said Shirley Rosenberg, program director. "The reservation system wiV enable the driver to map the day's schedule and provide better service," she said. - The . program is fundec through Dec. 31, 1974 through Mental Health Group Seeks Office Equipment · Office space for the North west Arkansas Mental Healt Association will be provided b the Ozark Guidance Center ! Springdale. ·: The announcement was ma:i at the association's boar meeting last week. The offii will be opened as soon as offic furnishings are available. · · T h e association is seekin .donations of an office desl filing cabinet and chairs t furnish the office. Anyon wishing to donate the article may call Mrs. Beldon Wiggles worth, 442-2017. ; Mrs. Nancy McVey reporle that membership now stands a 245. Last year there were -17 members in the four-count area served by the association John Buck of Springdale ha assumed duties of treasurer. I succeeds the Rev, Jack Vinso of Bentonville who resigned. Plans' to purchase a filrr "Only Human," were approver. The film .produced by th National Mental Health Ass elation* will be available fo showing in schools and civic o ganizalions. . ' Mrs. Freddie Nixon of Berr ville reported on the semina p r o g r a m on parent chi communication and the valui/i system which is being condu ted in cooperation with In Parent Teacher Association. tion of local funds. Rides will free to anyone 60 years of or older and in need of ansportation and no one will excluded because of lack of oney. If costs become too real in the future, it may be ecessary for riders to contri- ute 25 to 50 cents per ride, ~rs. Rosenberg-said. TOWNS INVOLVED Tentative scheduling will elude towns along Hwy. 62 'est, Farmington, Prairie rove, Lincoln, Cane Hill, and ummers on Mondays; Win- ow, West Fork, Green- and, Hwy. 71 South, on Tuesa y s ; within .r Fayetteville- jringdale Wednesdays; Tonti- awn and El kins on Thursdays. The van will be available Fri- ays for specially scheduled rips and recreational outings. The program was created as result of the overwhelming esponse for transportation uring the recent needs assess- lent survey. The program will also provide reformation and referral ser- ices as well as outreach and scort services in accordance 'ith the state ;ind area plans n aging. Further information is avail- ble by calling 521-1394. Chrysler ...... ......-.-..·.. 15'A Del Monte ......... ....... 18% Easco .............. m ...... 9Vi Edwards 4% Albany Albu'que Amarillo Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Charleston Charlotte Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Denver Des Moines Detroit Duluth Fairbanks Fort Worth- , Helena Ho holulu Honolulu Houston Ind'apolis Jacks'ville Juneau Kansas City Las Vegas Little Rock Los Angeles Louisville Memphis Miami Milwaukee Mpls-St. P. New Orleans New York Okla. City Omaha . .. cdy .. cdy .. cdy .. cdy 49'/ 4 . 5% Emerson 34Vs Exxan 70% Ford Frontier Air Gen Growth ....· 14% Gen Motors E..V 48'/4 Gordon Jewelry ...» V Intl. Harv 23 I-T-E Imperial -.. 12 J C Penney 3 ...- 72% Levi Strauss -- ... 16V4 Ling Temco 9 Marcor 26/l Pan Am,, World Air 3'A Phillips Petro 49!4 Pizza Corp 95 Pizza Hut 18% Ralston .-.. 44 Safeway ...3...-...., Orlando Philad'phia Phoenix Pittsburgh P'tland Ore. P'tland Me. Rapid City Heno Richmond St. Louis Salt Lake San Diego San Fran Seattle Spokane Tampa Washington Sears 83% 88 89 65 90 62 93 54 36 53 88 53 90 74 78 61 94 69 90 67 88 54 86 69 81 65 94 58 92 69 82 60 83 60 72 49 95 72 80 50 86 '2 B6 72 ". 92 70 87 67 91 70 60 47 92 74 105 75 91 68 77 64 88 70 . 92. 74 86 76 86 62 89 66 90 70 87 71 95 69 94 68 88 72 86 69 108 -87 84 '64 70 52 83 56 95 58 92 45 90 70 90 70 95 60 70 65 67 52 83 55. 76 49 88 72 .. n 90 72 .. cdy clr .. clr; .. clr . . c d y .. cl .. cd .20 cl .36 cl . . . c l .. cd .13 cd .. cd cd cl cd cl cl cd cl .02 - r .. cd .. cl .. cd . -.. cd .. cd .45 .. cc · · 9 .. cd .13 .. c .17 .17 c . c Selected Miss Vicky Garlon, daughter if Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Garon, has been elected to Who's Who Among Students i American Vocational and Technical Schools:" The recognition comes for her outstanding accomplishments as a student at Rita's Hair Design Institute. Miss Carton aas just returned from Hawaii as a member of the Fayetteville High School Chorale ttcs. WICHITA, Kan. (AP) -Women wanting to get more fe- .es into politics are going to .e to dig deeper into their irses, members of the Nation- Women's Political Caucus ·eed this weekend. Their decision is expected to ve a ripple effect throughout e women's rights movement. For the caucus itself, which ded. Sunday, tlie members' commendation to increase r-person dues' from $1 to $20 ay mean the first stability of e caucus since its founding three years ago. This would enable it to nour- i the thousands of women rio have plurtged into politics t verying levels at the caucus" rging, something the caucus as been able to do only in Haggard Is 111 PONTIAC, Mich. (AP) -Country - Western singer Merle laggard is reported in satisfac ory condition in a hospita fler collapsing with sever tomach pains and a fever jus Defore a concert Sunday. He has suHcred similar ob lominal pain intermittently he past two years, accordin o his wife, Bonnie Owens. Sh said he had been'taking med cation for diahrrea, which a companied the seizure. Hospital officials said Ha ard would be kept for observ .ion and testing at least fc Dart of today. Vaughn Marries BEVERLY HILLS, Cal (AP) -- Actor Robert Vaugh of the defunct television seric 'The Man From U.N.C.L.E. :ias married actress Lin Staab, who says she will gi up acting to raise a family. Vaughn, 42, and 'Miss Staa 31, were wed in a formal, cer mony at a church here befo about 100 friends and relativ Saturday. It was the first marriage 1 both; mall doses because of -its and-tq-mouth .existence. For the general women's lovement, the causus decision symptomatic ot a recognition lat feminists must support heir causes with money as rell as verbiage. "Women are realizing they ave to pay for power," said aucus executive director Jane IcMichael. "I think for the irst time the caucus women re- lized they were going to have o put in money to create hange. It is a long time com- ng." Mrs. McMichael said m e n don't think much about peeling iff $100 donations for groups hat represent their interests and many frequently give donations to several politica campaigns as a matter, oui'se. "The $20-a-person is a lot o money for many women lake it out of the grocer budget," she said. However, Emily Card of Ga den Calif., who recently lost congressional race to a Dem cratic incumbent, countere "People don't even think spending $10 on a campaig and they spend far more In that on cosmetics." The caucus' steering mitlee recommended that new national dues structure I gin January 1975, six mont before the June 27 conventio which the committee voted hold in Boston. Half of the du would go to a national off and flic rest would be divided between state and local caucuses. A final decision on the dues will be made at IheSeptember will be made at the September meeting of the steering committee. Mo Agreement ; LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Th» gislalive Joint Budget Com; ittce failed .to reach agre*;' ent on several measures prcv ding salary increases for ale employes today. ,.· The committee rejected thre« motions and two amendments o a motion regarding thf aiscs. i 1 GET THE GENUINE nine mm ollar' TOILET TANK BALL Amertta't iargejl Seller Th. elliuen! Wol.r Mailer inslcr.ily slop* lh» flow of wolar pfier each ftujhins. *1 m AT HARDWARE STORES Compressor Stolen Frank Pummill of Route told sheriff's deputies that air compressor and 100 feet of air hose were stolen from his front yard Saturday afternoon'. puifesstaal skrll and prompt, personal service in tte Sl- ng of your prescripSoos, bring them to ns. YorfH be RIGHT on any point.! WKWIW IT* ""I E. Side Square --442-7345 We Pick Up and Deliver Prescriptions Fay-Speed way Mid Sea son Champion Races July 5th Starting Time Is 6:30 p.m. Admission: $3.00 Adults--$1.00, Kids Route 1, Farmington .- cdy .03 cdy .. clr .. clr .. cdy .06 cdy .. clr .. cdy .. clr cdy clr Savings Bonds Sales Af Near Record Level Series E Savings Bonds sales of $2,606,071 during May 1974 vere the best since 1949, chairman for the program, announced today and up 7.2 ner cent over May 197.3. Total E sales of $13,815,740 'or the past five-month period were the best in 24 years and 5.3 per cent over 1973. Total and H sales for May were $2,657,571, up almost 5 per cent making a total of $14,488,740 for :he January-May period for 47.8 per cent of the state's annual Scott Paper --; ?: 13 Shakespeare 5% Sou. Pacific ... B '..-.- 30% Texaco T .. 25Vs Tri State Mtrs 8% Union Carbide 40 United Air ........... H 26% Victor .'....;.... 7% Wai Mart 19H Ark West Gas 12%-13 Kearney Natl. .,..-..£.. 5V6-55 Minute Man 1^-2% Pioneer Poods 4?4-5 J 4 HKPorter 31%-32% Std. Register 14%-lSK Tyson Foods-. :... 8Vi-9 Yellow Frt 46VS-47 AVERAGES Inds up 1.88 Trans down .12 Utils up .64 Volume 2,740,000 COMMODITY OPENINGS July Corn 2.99 dollar goal. Nationally November Soybeans 5.75 September Eggs 49.65 July Pork Bellies 42.67 July Wheat 4.20 n e w purchases Shipyard. .Closes BOSTON (AP) -- The Boslo Naval Shipyard, the nation oldest, ended 376 years of ser ice today, a victim of milita spending cutbacks. Built in 1800, the yard w the birthplace of the USS Co stitulion, better known as "0 Ironsides," and the ironeli Merrimac. The Constitution h been decked at the yard for the past 40 years. The yard, which became naval property during the administration of President John Adams, turned out its first shin in 1812. She was the 18-gim sloop frolic, complete with copper fittings and sheetings made by Paul Revere. ' Plans for the yard Include possible conversion into a 26- acre park. during May of E and H Bonds were $582 million, 11 per cent below last year's sales, with a total'of $3,046 million during the January-May period, 2.6 per cent above a year ago. E Bond sates of $559 million, while under last year's record was the second highest for May :n 29 years. Cash value of Bonds outstanding on May 31 was $61% billion; holdings of those and Freedom Shares exceeded $62 billion for the first time. The sale of U.S. Savings Bonds in May for District I, was $271,991, according to the chairman Ellis Shelton of Fayetteville. This brought total sales for the Syrian Ambassador DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) Career diplomat Sabah Kabbani has been appointed Syria's ambassador to the United State, a post that has been vacant since 1967. Syria made the announcement Sunday. The two countries restored diplomatic relations on June 16, during President Nixon's tour of the Middle East. They have not had such ties since the 1967 Arab-Israeli war. Syria 'broke relations in 1957 charging the United States sided with and actively backed Israel. Springdale Robbery Nets $1,200 Sunday SPRINGDALE -- Approximately $1,200 was taken at gunpoint from Bill Russell, 316 Berry, · Sunday night while Russell was in his car at the Bion Church on Gave Springs Road. Russell told police that at II p.m; Saturday he got into the driver's seat of his car parked at the Speed Queen Laundry on Hwy. 71 south without noticing man lying on the floor in the back seat. The unidentified man then poked a pistol into Russell's back and ordered him to starl driving, Russell said. Thes drove south on Hwy. 71, to Pleasant Street, then back to Sunset Avenue, then to Hwy 71 and finally to Hwy. 264 (Cave Springs Road). About three miles out Bwy. 264, the man told Russel to stop at the church and hant over his billfold. He then let the car and started walking along a dirt road south of the church. Russell described him yeard to nearly $1.5 million which exceeds the half-way mark for the goal of $2,676,000 set for the year. The district is comprised of Baxter, Benlon, Boone, Carroll, Searcy and Washington. In Washington County sales Moore is the county chairman, for the year to $497,751. Robert Moore is the county chairman. Threats Received LOS , ANGELES as about six feet tall, twenties, with medium hi: leng'.t hair, dressed in dark clothing. After the. robbery, Russel drove back to vown and repor ted the incident to police. H explained that his billfoald con tained $1,200 -- money he wa to have used to purchase car at a sale today. Three bomb threats CAP) were ceived during the 21-hour Democratic National Telethon here, police said. A police spokesman said Sunday that bomb-disposal crews and trained dogs checked out the studio at CBS Television City where the "Answer America!" telethon originated. No bombs were found, they said. Arkansans Attend National NEA Meet A 60-member delegation is re presenting Arkansas at th annual Representative Assem bly of the National Educatio Association which opened thi past weekend in Chicago. The Arkansans are headquar- ted in the Conrad Hilton Hotel. Representatives from local school districts include Karen Sreyman, Bentonville; Mary Heflin, Bill Howell, Sidney Bray and Sherry Price and Wyley LAST 5 DAYS OF GRAND OPENING f\ v?nff,» COMPLETE MODERN HEALTH AND B E A U "Y CLUB -- Your private keep-fit club. Luxuriously carpeted, individual programs, personal supervision, world's finest ultra- sdern facilities. Patented scientific, elec- ical nnd mechanical machines keep you '. healthy and beautiful. Elliott, Fayetteville;' [faney, Mary Haney, Hawkins and June Hawkins, Springdal*. 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