Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 5, 1974 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 5, 1974
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Hitchhiking In Dublin A s , the DaMin bus drivers work (he test they can. These give them · Hit. The- strike continue their strike, Irish three people stick out their is now in its ninth week. (AP men and women try to get to thumbs hoping someone will Wlrephoto) Release Of Jailed Radio Station Manager Expected LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A radio station manager jailed -.for contempt of court ; \vas' expected to be freed today, one day after ordered released by Stereo Stolen A stereo set and two speake were reported stolen from 41 residence of Carl Carey of 5 Lindell St. city police said t day. Carey told police th someone entered his residen between 8 a.m. and noon Tue day and took the items. Norlh-Soulh Toll Road Closer To Reality LITTLE -ROCK (AP) -An rkansas highway official says hat a vote in the Louisiana -egislalure today could im rove .prospects for a north outh fiMw'ay through Ar insas. The Louisiana House of Rep- esentatives is scheduled to ote on a proposed $660 million oil road measure, which Is er 'orsed by Gov. Edwin EC yards. The bill has .passed the .ouisiana Senate. Charles Venable of the Arans"as Highway Department aid construction of a Louisiana oil road would "definitely help he chances" of the long-discussed Kansas City-tq-New Or- eans freeway. , Such : a route probably would go through central or western Arkansas. Venable has been directing research on the possibility of a freeway. His report goes 4o the Transportation Department later this year. That agency will submit findings to Congress January. "If they get the road down there. Congress can .look and see that portion of 4he freeway is already completed," Venable said.-".The Louisiana road can't do anything . b u t help the chances of the freeway. 1 * The Louisiana bill calls for construction of a toll road from Opelousas, La., to Alexandria. La. Then one leg of the road would go north to Monroe, the other northwest to Shreveport. Monroe and Shreveport are within 50 miles of the Arkansas border. Accident Injures Steve Horton of Route 2, West 'ork, was in fair condition at Vashington Regional Medical Center today following a one- car accident Thursday afternoon. West Fork Police Chief Bob Williams said Horton was injured when his car went off Hwy. 71 a [alt-mile south ol the Hwy. 170 intersection about 4:20 p.m. Vandalism Reported David Jack Wilson of Route 2 Lowell told Fayetteville polici Wednesday that someone hac cut the left front tire and the top of his convertable aiitomo bile in three places sometim after 11 p.m. Tuesday while i was parked at the .7-11 Foo Stor at 1240 N. Garland Ave. Wilson was working the nigh shift at the store when the van dalism occurred. Antique Watch Stolen Fred James of 345'' Govern ment Ave. told Fayetteville p lice Wednesday that an antiqu pocket watch was stolen fron a dresser dra.wer of his forme residence at" 706V4 Stone S some time Tuesday night. James said that he was the process of moving and whe re returned to the Stone Stree address Wednesday 'he disco- ered the watch missing. First Federal To Open Prairie Grove Branch First Federal Savings Loan nnounced that its application Dr a branch office in Prairie Irove, Arkansas, has been ipproved by the Federal Horn Loan Bank Board. A. P. Eason Jr., president said the asso elation has purchased th orthwwt Arkansas TIMES, Friday, July 5, FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS property adjoining office located at pos Eas the 307 Juchanan Street. They remodel it for office quarters and it will be completel equipped to render any of th services now done at the mai linked by direct line to th association's computer system Theft Reported A billfold containing $65 an a wrist watch were taken break-in sometime We nesday at the Hubert Barne residence on Route 8, Fayetk ville. B a r n e 11 told Washingtc County deputy sheriffs Thur day that' his home was entere between 1 a.m. and 11 a.n Wednesday. 1974 Sip it slow... Kentucky Beau We Vebeenmaking gentlemen's whiskey in Kentucky since 1800. And everything we know has gone into Kentucky Beau. We took our time making it. Tako your time drinking it. 86 Proof, 6 Years Old .Kentucky Beau Straight Bourbon Whiskey he was ordered releases oy 'U.S. Supreme Court Justice William 0. Douglas. Officials at the Terminal Island Federal Correctional Facility said they had heard about the order Thursday but wanted ·it in writing before releasing Will Lewis. Lewis' attorney said he planned to go to federal court here today to win his client's rtlease. Lewis, 42, manager of KPFK- FM, was jailed June 19 '-after U.S. District Court Judge A. Andrew Hauk ruled him in contempt of court for refusing to answer, a federal grand jury's 1 questions about a -tape purported to. be from the Sym- bionese Liberation Army and letter with signatures attributed to the radical Weather Underground; and for refusing to give the 'FBI the materials. . Lewis gave .copies of the tape and letter to the FBI but refused to yield the originals saying , it , would endanger KPFK's credibility' with .news sources; Investigators want to check the originals for finger prints. Justice Douglas, who has ju risdiction over California, is sued the order freeing Lewis an ex-Marine and father o five. Douglas said, "I indicated no view on the merits (of the case), but the applicant being a newsman-with all First Amendment protections and with no criminal record. I have pntered an order releasing him on his own personal recognizance pending decision of his appeal." The appeal had been filed earlier. Long Is Charged Kelly Ivan Long, .31, Route Fayetteville, is being held in e Washington County jail on charge of second degree rape. An information filed Wednes- ay in Washington Circuit Court ccuses Long of having sexual elations with a stepdaughter. Long is being held on $5,000 o n d pending arraignment londay. . ANNOUNCING Ihe association of Dr. Hamilton R. Hart with the Doctors Building in family practice · 241 West Spring St. 521-3609 521-8260 FRI. and SAT. ONLY TEXTURIZED KNIT SHELLS Values To $14.00 NOW 6.90 Add one of these great knit shells to your summer wardrobe. Choose from long or short sleeves in white, pastel, and darks. Sizes S, M, L; ' Sportswear Dept. Boston Store IH -' USE YOUR CHARGE OR tAYAWAY PLAN NOW SAVE;-... . JULY SALE Buy Now and Save! Hurry For Best Selection FABRICS FOR YOU... All Spring Summer Polyester DOUBLE KNIT , Bobby Brooks, Hiiler, 60" Wide Reg. 5.98 Now $·998 3 Sq. Yd. Dan River SEERSUCKER PLAIDS Polyester Cotton Reg. 2.29 Now $159 1 Sq. Yd BRUSHED DENIM 45" Wide Now $198 § Sq. Yd Skinner's 100 Per Cent Polyester WAFFLE WEVE Reg. 3.98 45" Wide Now $ I Sq. Yd SUMMER SHORT AND TEE AND TEE TOP SALE Easy care cotton polyester knits. In vibrant colors of orange, turquoise, and white. Was 7.00 to 16.00 Now'4.99 to 11.99 SEMI-ANNUAL MEN'S SUIT AND SPORTCOAT SALE Suits and sport coats. Reg. $50 to $190 Now 20-30-40% OFF Select from such famous names as Hammonton Park, Kingsridge, linett. Rattier, Johnny Carson, McGregor, and Haspel. In regulars, shorts, longs, and extra longs. Summer and year round weights. Authorized Dealer For: ·Plaff 'Viking ·Elna and ·Necchi Sewing Machines Sales Service NATIONAL FABRICS (Behind Arcade Furn.) 918 Young St. Springdale, Ark. 751-9385 FAMOUS MAKER PANT SUITS, WARDROBERS, AND DRESSES Was 40.00 to 96-00 Now 29.99 to 65.99 Many styles fo choose from, in easy care washable fabrics. Great for vacation and all summer longl In sizes 6 to 20. ANNUAL SWIMWEAR SALE Was 18.00 to 40.00 Now % to !/s OFF! Save on our entire stock of swim and beach wear. Included in this collection of swimwear from Jantzeen, Catalina, DeWeese, Elizabeth Stewart, Donald Brooks, and Rose Mariee Reid are one ond two piece swimsuils, and cover-ups. JULY CLEARANCE SPRING and SUMMER SHOES Further reductions on our spring and summer women's shoes. Entire stock not included. Was 14.00 42.00 Now 7.99 to 24.99 Men's shoes for spring and summer. Entire stock not included. Was 20.00 to 60.00 Now 11.99 to 35.99 FOUNDATION SALE BRAS, SPORTS BRIEFS, PANT LINERS Bras in assorted styles--halter, padded, soft cup, wide set strap. Was 5.00 to 7.50 Now 4.19 to 6.50 Was 5.50 to 10.00. Now 4.79 to 7.99 Pant liner. S B C l a l 5.90 Boston Store . NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA -- 10:00 A.M. - 9:00 P.M. USE YOUR BOSTONT CHARGE FOR THESE BARGAINS

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