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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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AM» ft** MWWAt WMJHHt* MMVNMT, ftjMVMT U«*l! WMtftMlw Montlftf Nerthw*** Arkansas TIMES, Tuesday, July 9, 1974 FAYCTTEVILLK, ARKANSAS Senate Sets Jones' Case Procedures LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A resolution to start hearings in the case of Sen. Guy H. "Mutt" Jones of Conway Thursday was approved by the Arkansas Senate Monday. The Senate also voted to ask Henry Woods of Little Rock, former president of the Arkansas Bar Association, t o ' be the hearing officer. The upper chamber invited AUy. Gen. Jim Guy Tucker and Jones' attorneys to speak to the Seriate Wednesday on the question' of how many votes would be necessary for » vote In the case. Jones' qualifications to serve '·T Senate have been questioned by some legislators because he has been convicted of federal income lax charges. The Senate adopted a report Monday by attorney Eugene Warren of Little Rock on proce dures to guide the Senate in the inquiry, subject to a decision later on the number of vote? needed for a verdict in the case. Warren, hired by a 10-mern her Senate committee set up to landle housekeeping chores involved in the Jones Inquiry, declined to recommend a number when asked how many votes would be necessary [or a verdict. He suggested-that Tucker and attorneys for Jones debate the question in the Scnple. ··· Warren said the Constitution provided that a two-thirds vole -- 24 senators --. was needed to expel a member, but he told the senators thai Tucker had issued an opinion saying only a bare majority -- 18 senators -was needed. Senate supporters of the reso-i lution said the starling of the inquiry did not mean that the Senate would deal only with the Jones question once the hearings begin., " . - Sen. Eugene ."Bud" Canada of Hot Springs, who sponsored the resolution, said the Senate could recess to tend to other legislative matters. The select committe recommendation would be approved or rejected :by simple, majority vote. The procedures authorize the Senate's select committee in fu- ll re cases to employ an attorney for legal guidance and to hire a hearing officer. . , The hearing officer would rule on the admissibility of evt deuce, but bis rulings could, be appealed to the full Senate. A simple majority apparently would also prevail on appeals from a hearing officer's rulings, although the procedures did not say so specifically. -, ·_ Basically, the procedures were drawn to guarantee _du- process to any senator facing a charge that he was not eligible to serve. Weather Forecast Hot weather is forecast today for almost all of the nation. The exception is in the northwest where cool temper- atures are expected. Showers are forecast for the Northwest, the Southwest, part of the southern Plains, Florida, Georgia and northern New England. (AP Wirephoto) THE WEATHER Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hi Lo I'rc Otlk Albany . 90 65 clr Albu'que 90, 62 .44 cdy Amarillo 91 68 .72 cdy Anchoragi 65 48 .21 rn Asheville 87 66 .29 cdy Atlanta 86 68 Birmingham 90 69 .65cdy Bismarck 94 61 .. clr Boise 77 58 .09 rn Boston DO 70 .. cdy Brownsville 89 74 ,.. cdy Buffalo 88 66 .. cdy Charleston 88 72. ... cdy Charlotte 91 70 .. cdy Chica'go 93 71 Cincinnati 92 72 Cleveland 91 73 Denver 92 59 Des Moines 95 73 Detroit 93 68 Duluth ' . 89 64 .04 cdy Fairbanks 66 53 .05 cdy Fort Worth Green Bay Helena Honolulu Houston Ind'apolis Jacks'ville Juneau clr rn cdy clr cdy cdy elr .. cdy .. rn 96 75 93 69 85 55 87 72 .. ,cl 94 70 .01 cd 91 70 .. cdy 90 70 1.05 rn Kansas City Las Vegas Little Rock 92 72 67 74 95 74 98 72 Los Angeles Louisville Marquette Memphis Miami Milwaukee Mpls-St. P. New Orleans New York . Okla. City Omaha Orlando Philad'phia Phoenix Pittsburgh P'tland Ore. P'tland Me. Rapid City Reno Richmond St. Louis Salt Lake San Diego San B'ran Seattle Spokane Tampa Washington 74 60 89 70 92 65 90 74 87 77 96 72 96 73 90 71 94 75 95 72 101 75 cd .. cd .. cl cd' .. cf .. cd , . c d ,. cd .. r .. : r .. cd 5 5 ^ r .. ,cl .. .cl ..cd 91 73 .01 96 74 102 77 90 66 .. 70 56 .78 82 64 .I8cd · 9 3 63 .. cd 73 53 .15 cd 96-70 93 72 90 66 72 63 .. 65 55 .53 64 53 .40 70 53 .29 r 89 74 96 74 .. c .. ct .. cc .. c Kissinger Visits Spain MADRID, Spain CAP) -- Sectary of State Henry A. Kissin- r arrived today for a six-hour sit to initial a declaration of inciple^ on defense coopera- on between the United States nd Spain. Kissinger was flying hack to ashington this afternoon and aid he would appear in court ere Wednesday to testify in e trial of former presidential de John D. Ehrlichman. His ppearance was ordered by U District Judge Gerhard A esell, and Kissinger said he ould heed the order. The secretary was driven pm the airport to a meeting ith Premier Carlos Arias Na arro and then \yas to confer ith Foreign Minister Pedro ortina. with whom he was to nitial the defense agreement. The pact parallels accords le United States has with · its European allies in the North \tlantic Treaty Organization, o hich Spain is not a member. It also marks the first stei oward renewing the 1970 de ense pact under which th United Stales' maintains mil ary bases in Spain. The pac xpires next year, and negotia ions to renew it begin late his summer. The secretary of stale also expected to brief Spanis iovernment officials on Pres lent Nixon's recent trip to Mo's :ow. Madrid was Kissinger's la? stop on a tour of West Eu ropean capitals to discus pressing problems and to a ure America's allies that Nix on had made no secret agrei ments witli the Russians. He came to Spain from Lon don, where he reported "ver good" talks with British leader conducted in a friendly an constructive atmosphere" an 'a complete identity of views, Toad's Love Calls To Be Broadcast DARWIN. Australia (AP) Dar.win's radio stations w play the love call of the sugar cane toad in a scheme to capture five of the creatures endangering local animals. The toads are the last of 18 which escaped from the home of a biology teacher. They feast on insects playing a major role in controlling blow flies harmful to cattle, a major regional industry. The eight-inch-long creatures also squirt a powerful poison that can kill dogs, cats and pigs. Although the toads prefer a diet of insects, they are known as "walking vacuum cleaners," capable of eating cigarette butts, table tennis balls and most anything else. In an attempt to' catch the toads, a university professor and officials of the Northern Territory Wildlife Department will comb the suburbs of Darwin playing tape recordings of the toads mating call. Similar tapes will be broad .cast by radio stations to acquaint Darwinians to the dis tinctiye nighttime call. The original 18 toads were brought to Darwin from Queensland by a biology teach er who .wanted to use them in Ms classes. Benefit Set A benefit pie supper ar musical will be held at 7 p.m Saturday at Salem Communi Building. The proceeds will go f upkeep of the building. Turset for the community building be elected. The public is invited to tend. FAA Says Flash Was Caused By Exploding Meteor MIAMI, Fla. (AP) -- A Fedal Aviation Administration okesman says 'he -believes a ·illiant flash that lit the skies om Miami to southern Geor- was caused by the ex- osion of a meteor in the At- nlic Ocean. "It wasn't man-made," O.J. owart said of the object which reaked across the sky Monay night, leaving a trail of |ht and wisps of black smoke. A spokesman at Kennedy lace Center said no space ·aft 'could have caused the ghlings, and an Air Force jokesman said no military anes were in the air at the me. "It was such a terrific ex- losion it knocked me off my nair," said Katherine Andrew, 4, who lives near Lake Okee- hobee in Central Florida. Other witnesses reported "a arge orange fireball" fell into ake Okeechobe, exploding 'hen it hit. Slow-Pitch Softball Action continued in men's slow pitch Softball Monday evening at Asbell Field. In the first contest Yamaha downed McDonalds 13-10. Whit lensman was the winner and ien Schlegel the loser. Lee Hankins paced Yamaha with hree RBIs while Mark Raley mocked in three runs for McDonald's. Raley, Tim Luper and Jay Herrin scored two runs each for McDonalds. Standard Register bombed 141st Signal Company 2Z-6. Roger Grant picked up the win while Bill Bottom was charged with the loss. Eddie Johnson had three RBIs and Bottom two runs for the losers. Roger Granl had four RBIs and Bottom two to lead Standard. In addition, Wendell Johnson and Chase Hart scored three runs each. In the final contest SEC dropped Local 965 15-6. Bill Rowe was the winning pitcher and Lawrence Sharp the loser. Bill Akers and Jerry Patton led SEC with three RBIs each while Al Pennington and Art Calico had two runs each for the losers. Sip it slow... Kentupky Beau We've been makinggentlemen's whiskey in Kentucky since 1800. And everything we know has gone into Kentucky Beau. We took our lime making it. Take your time drinking it. 86 Proof, 6 Years Old .Kentucky Beau Straight Bourbon Whiskey · Open Mon. Thurs! Nites 'til 8:30 · C-B Charge · Master Charge · BankAmericard July Clearance Sale SAVE 25% to 50% On Items Throughout the Store INFANT and CHILDRENS DEPT. · Second Floor Infant nursery lamps for that baby's room. Values to $11.98 Now $5.98 and $9.59 All infant swimwear--one and two piece sets. Size 12 mo to4T. All 25% off. Group of infant and toddler dresses and suits for boys and girls. Save 20% to 50%. All girls swimwear, beach sets, one and »wo piece suits; swim jackets. Size 4-U. Reg. 6.98 to 17.98. Now Save 25%. Girls beach bags assorted colors and styles. Reg. $3.50. New $1.75 Large group of girls summer purses, straws, fake leathers one! others. Values to $3.98. Now 75e to $).99 Large group of girls dresses, tops, slacks also long dresses -'/2 Price. TRUMPETER SHOP 'Special group Men'* Short Sleev* Dress Shirts. Values to $9.5.0. Sate $6.90. , : Select Group Men's Short Sleeve Knit Shirts. 25% Off. , Special Group Men's Suits, Double Knit and Dacron wool suit. sizes 7-14. Save '/* to J4 off Men's Double Knit Suits. Values to $160.00. $78.00 and $98.00 Special Group Men's Sport Coats. $49, $59, $69. Men'* Walking Shorts. Values to $12.00. 25% Off. BOYS DEPT. A Street Floor Fancy jeans and .slacks, size 3 thru 7,$3.33, or 2 for $6.50. Size 8 thru 16, $4.77, or 2 for $9.00. Prep sizess'26 thru -30 waist. Husky-- 26 thru 36 waist. $5.60, or 2 for $11.00. Sport and dress shirts. Size 8 thru 20. Values to $6.50, Sale $2.90 or 2 for $5.50. Bermuda Shorts, size 3 thru 16, slim and Reg. -- Not all sizes. 25%\0ff. Polyister windbreaker. Navy and brown. Size 5-12. Were $11.00 to $13.00. Now $5.00 and $6.00. Entire stock Swimwear. 25% Off. Size 4-20. Group Donmoor knit shirts. Most all sizes. 25% Off. LADIES ACCESSORIES and LINGERIE *· Street Floor Our entire stock of summer, white Jewelry -- chains, pendants, bracelets, and earrings -- pierced and clip. Values to $20.00. Now at W off. White and two tone white/black and white/navy Ladies Handbags. Casual and Dressy. Values to $24.98. Now at Vs off. Rootlets and toe pads -- protect your feet from the summer heat. Cotton and nylon. Values to 79c. Now 22c. . Ladies Body Suits. Small size only. Values to $11.00. Now at a Low $2, $3, and $4.00 Really a Steal. For a small girl sleeveless Long Lounging Culottes. If you are a size 5 -- A Real Buy. Values to $19.98. Now $6.99. A Clearance Table of Ladies Lingerie. 'Nylon slips, .cotton and nylon gown, also panties, broken sizes. Values to $12.00. Now at $1.00 to $9.00. Ladies Cantrece Hose. Dark colors only, almost black, navy and cocoa. Reg. $1.75 pair. Now $1.22. · : . · · -- BUDGET MEN'S · Street Floor 100% Tsxturized Polyester Slacks by a most famous maker in solid and fancy patterns. Regular $15.00 and $16.00. Broken Sizes. $11.90, 2 for $23.00 " 100% Polyester Double Knit Slacks in odds and ends. Regular values to $25.00. Now $9.90 Men's Dac-Cotton Knit Shirts in S-M-L and XL. Regular $7.50 Values. Now $5.66 Men's Double Knit Suits, Regular $80.00 values. Now $52.00. Large Selection of Men's Short Sleeve Dress Shirts, Dac-Cootfon Perma Press. Values $6.50 to $7.50. Now $5.33, 2 for $10.50 A large selection of Clip-on Ties. Regular to $5.00 Values. $1.20. 3 for $3.50 Famous Brands long and Short Sleeve Sport Shirts. Reg. Values to $8.00.$3.30, 2 for $6.50. Men^s Double Knit Sport Coats. Reg. $52.50 to $57.50 Values. $39. Odds and ends Tank Tops and Tee Shirts. Reg. Values to $7.50. $2.66 BETTER FASHIONS · Second Floor Daytime dresses values to $38.00 all marked $28.99. Sized 8-16. Included are shirt dresses with tie belts. Come in solids and prints. Summer dresses and pantsuits by Leslie Fay, David Warren, Kolfec- tion, and California Girl, all Vi Off. Iscluded in this are dresses with jackets, shirt dresses, and 3 piece suits. Comes in variety of print and solid. Sized 6-18. Priced $29.99-$89.98. One group of summer dresses and pantsuits. '/i Off. Range of fabrics, polyester, nrnel, and linen. Sizes 6-18. Priced $39.98 to $62.98. Group of spring dresses and pantsuits '/a Off. Variety of blends. Wide assortment of colors. Sized 6-16. Priced $36.98--$65.98. PARTY SHOP · Street Floor Hallmark -- Books, Wide Selection -- Crown Editions, Momentoes, Satin Treasures, Greetings, Booklets. AIL 50% Off. Discontinued Party Ware Patterns. 20% Off. Meadow, Young Love, Super Snoopy, Happy Birthday, Snow White Seven Dwarfs Springbok: Placques and Keychains. 25% Off in Peanuts, Betty Clark, and many others. 1974 Calendars and Poster Calendars. 75e each. HOME FURNSHINGS A Street Floor Bedspreads, assorted sizes and colors. Reduced from regular stock. Sale Priced from $11.00 to $21.00. Closet organizers-handbag file. Sale $1.50. Suit Bag 79e. Sweater bag, 29c. ' Nylon utility bag for. .laundry and storage. 99c. Assorted sheets and pill6w cases', decordteed patterns. Prints and solids in flat or fitted. Double sheets. Reg. $7.50. Sale $5.58. Queen sheets. Reg. $11.50. Sale $7.18. King sheets. Reg. $14.50. Sale $9.58. Pillow .cases. Reg. $5.50. Safe 3.60 . ' Solids slightly less Patterns -- Vogue, McCall, Butterick, Simplicity -- All 4$100.. Remaining Stock of Fabrics, 25e yd. Trims, braids, laces, embroidered ribbon .Reduced '/i Price. "Doesn't include satin, velvets or grosgrqin ribbon". Moth Crystals. Reg. $1.19 to $1.79. Sale 97c to $1.39. No Mildew Spray and cake. Reg. 89c to $1.89. Sals 15c to $1.41. Air Sanitizer. Reg. $1.79. Sale $1.39. JUNIOR SPORTSWEAR . · Second Floor All Junior coordinates by Wippetle, Artbro, and Intuitions are '/ to Vi Off. Included in this assortment are blouse $11.98 lo $15.00, jackets 37.98 t« 19.98, pants 17.98 to 27.98, and skirts $15.98 to $23.98. Wide variety of colors and blends to choose from. Sizes 5-13 Famous name brand pants by Happy Legs and Smart Paris are all Vi Off. Cuffed or uncuffed with natural waists or high rise. Included are solid and plaids. Sizes 5-13. Priced $14.98 to $18.98. Beach Party and Bali Swimwear, all Vi Off. Beach Party offersr either the bikini or the smock top suit with panties. Variety of prints and solids. Sizes 5-.13. Priced $12--$44 Which half of your bathing-suit doesn't fit? Ball answers this question by providing separate top sized 34-A up. $15 to $16 and S-M-L bottoms $10.00. Can buy separately. Young and Innocent summer dreesses Vt Off. Variety of styl.es such as jeas dress to dressy suit. Priced $27.98 to $42.98. Sized 5-13

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