Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 2, 1974 · Page 3
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July 2, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Thunderstorms Hit Midwest By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Heavy thunderstorms i strong winds shook much of the Midwest today. Thunderstorms also scattered in Florida, Arizona Virginia and the Rocky Mouti tains. Fair skies prevailed from the Southern Plains to the south Atlantic Coast. Wind damage was reported in southeast northwest North Dakota Wisconsin, and tor Northwnt Arkansas .TIMES, Tu«., July 2, 1974 · FAYITTIVILLI. AHKANIA* Wednseday Funeral Scheduled For Mrs. King nado warnings were issued toi parts of Indiana and northern Illinois. Hail an inch thick, fell at Bi Falls; Minn. At Safford,' Ariz., 1V4 inches of rain fell Monday night and there were reports of wind damage in the southeast part of the state. Winds gusling to 60 miles per hour buffeted southern Nebraska and caused the mercury to jump from 85 to 93 at Grand Island just after midnight. Temperatures before dawn ranged from 91 at Needles^ Calif., and Grand Island, Neb., to 49 at Bradford, Pa. ATLANTA, Ga. (AD -- The body of Mrs. Martin Lulhcr King Sr. lies in state today at the Ebenezer Baptist Church where her father, husband and two sons preached for decades. Mrs. King, 69, was shot to death Sunday in the simple red brick church near downtown Atlanta while she sat at the organ and the choir sang "The Lord's Prayer." A church deacon also was killed and a church member wounded when a young black man opened fire with two pistols. Funeral services for Mrs. King were set for Wednesday. .Marcus Wayne Chenault, 23, of Dayton, Ohio, was bound over to a grand jury Monday on two counts of murder and one of aggravated assault. The FBI announced Monday it was entering the case, on the direction of the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division, primarily to investigate the possibility of a conspiracy. Leo 'Conroy, head of the Atlanta FBI office, said the FBI investigation was being conducted "here and in Ohio and certain other places that might be relevant." Jackson and said Sunday Three civil rights leaders, the Uev. Ralph David Abernathy, the Rev. Jesse ' ' ~ ~ J Hosea Williams, ... they believed the shooting of Mrs. King might be part of a conspiracy. Authorities said, however, they found no evidence of a plot. Chenault, a boyish-looking former Ohio Stale University student, told the court during a brief arraignment Monday, "My name is Servant Jacob. I'm a Hebrew. I was sent here on a purpose and it's partly ac hem and instead entered pleas of innocent. complished." HisValtorney explained lha Cheriaull was describing him self as "a black follower of th God of Jacob, as distinguishec from a Jew." Chenault admitted carryin two guns into the Ebenezer Baptist Church Sunday. Asked if he had shot anyone, Chenaull replied, "I assume that I shot someone." His attorney tried to enter pleas of no contest. But Judge E. T. Brock refused to accept MS S. 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WED. and THURS., JULY 3-4 · All suits made to measure and hand tailored. · Any size, any style possible. · Over 5,000 samples to choose from including Double Knits. · Air Mail deliver/ 4 weeks Silk Mohair Suit 59.00 Wool-Worsted Suit .. 59.00 Silk-Wool Suit 59.00 Dacron-Wool Suit .. . 59.00 Sport Jackets . 49.00 Shirt (Monogramed) . . 8.00 Knft Suits . 69.00 Cashmere Topcoats .. 79.00 plus duty and mailing Also Ladies' Suits Dresses Mr. C. Gordon at Holiday Inn FAYETTEVILLE Tel. 443-4323 Open 10 a.m. -- 8 p.m. cover up in this one size fits all. This smart halter top. Wear alone, ' ir a sun tan or wear under a cover $3.98 T-* ·--·--ma- DILLARD'S MRS. JUNE GIBSON Red Cross Gels New Executive Secretary Today Mrs. June Gibson assumed duties of executive secretary of the Washingron County Chapter of the American Red Cross Monday. Mrs. Gibson succeeds Mrs. Mary Ryan', iwlio.'resigned in order to spend more time with her family, according to Mrs. Mary McGetrick, chapter chair- · man. . , The new secretary attended schools in Kansas City and Kansas City Junior College. She iormerly worked with the U.S. Foreign Service in Sudan and the Congo and was also employed in the Division of Student Affairs al the University , of Arkansas. She has lived in Fayetleville since 1967, moving here from Illinois. She is , married .to Kenneth Gibson, chief deputy sheriff of Washington County, and has a 17-year-old step-son, Michael. $2.50 to $4.00 Accessory Dept. Street Floor Aluminum HOLIDAY Baboons Like Automobile Tops JACKSON, N.J. (AP) -- A scientific phenomenon has been discovered at a large safari park here. Baboons like to nibble on automobile vinyl roofs. Great Advenlure Safari Entertainment Park, a 550-acre amusement center, opan»d Monday to "everyone, except those with vinyl roofs on their cars." At a preview for dignitaries Sunday, the baboons found a culinary- liking for the vinyl roofs on a half dozen cars. A spokesman for the facility said "wire tunnels" would toe built in the baboon section soon to keep the animals away from rooftops. Convertibles are never allowed in the safari section, the spokesman said. Frank. Granat, executive vice president for the firm, which operates similar safaris in Europe and Canada, said the incident here was the first time the baboons' fetish had surfaced. . The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week RENTALS t SALES FayelttvlH: Druf E.Sid* Square Truly A Marvelous Value at This Low Price! ^.^m urf0^ Yours to accent any kitchen fo make it as homey as you de- tire. Apron in many styles. $6.00 to $70.00-Quilted place matt $1.98 Matching napkins $1.25 Open Stock Value 73.20 49 99 10 Pe. Set Includes 1 Quart Sauce Pan with cover. 10" Fry Pan 2 Quart Sauce Pan with Cover. 8',i Omelet Pan 3 Quart Sauce Pan with Cover. 4W Quart Dutch Oven. 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