Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 18, 1974 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 18, 1974
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Northwest Ananias TIMES, Thuu., July 18, 1974 FAYtTTEVIlLE, A R K A N S A S .Entertainer Plans To Fight Deportation WASHINGTON (AP) -- En- .^tcrtainer John Lonnon plans to i fight a government order to leave the United Slates by Sept. 10 or face deportation. The Board of Immigration Appeals disclosed Wednesday it '.has dismissed Lennon's petition to delay its decision until the 'conclusion of pending lawsuits fighting deportation. Lennon, a member of the now-disbanded Beatles rock group, was ordered out of the country last year by a federal immigration judge because of a conviction in Great Britain in . 1968 for possession of mari- j u a n a , i Shrine Circus Sef August 7 LENNON . .faces deportation The Northwest Arkansas Shrine Cub's annual circus will held at 8 p.m. August 7 «t Parson's Stadium in Springdalc. Each year the Shrine Club sponsors the circus to raise money to finance transportatin costs for needy, crippled children lo and from the Snriners' hospitals for children. The circus, produced by Hubert Castle International Circus, features a host of world renowned circus stars. Many of the performers will be making their first appearance in North America in this year's circus tour. Among the artists will be Sabrina, a super-circus star at the age of nine; the Fabulous Flying Valentines, champs of the flying trapeze; the Five Jarrimar Elephants and the Willy Lena Chimpanzees. Also included are the traditional circus clowns, pretty girls, ponies monkeys and horses. Castle, who conducts a never ending search for new talent vious efforts in this year's production, i Tickets will be available at participating merchants and at he door. NEW YORK STOCKS Opening Prices Furnlihtd by A. G. Edwards * ton feels he has surpassed all pre-lcrash. GUITARIST DIES IN CRASH MORRO BAY, Calif. (AP) -Don Ulrich, better known as Don Rich of Buck Owens' coun try and western band, was killed when his motorcycle crashed Into a highway divide? two miles north of here, the California Highway Patrol said Rich, who played lead guitai and sang harmony in Owens band, the northbound Wednesday occurred, officers said. A spokesman for t h e Buck Owens organization in Bak ersfield said this morning tha Rich, 32, was enroule to Mom Bay to meet his wife for a fish ing trip at the time of the Buckaroos, wai on California when the acciden ' Ark Best Corp 7'/z Amer Tel Tel 44% , Ark La Gas If Baldwin SVs Campbell Soup ;.. 29 Central S W 13% "Chrysler 14% Del Monte 10 Dillards tt'A · Easco '914 A G Edwards s W* Emerson .· 3fi Exxon 72'/2 Ford - 49'/4 Frontier Air B'I Gen Growth H'ia Gen Mlrs -.. 45 Gordon Jewelry 83i Intl Harv 23'/i I-T-E Imperial 11% J C Penney s IKVs Levi Strauss 17% Ling Temco 9^s Marcor 25% Pan Am World Air 3% Phillips Petro 47 Pizza Corp 014 Pizza Hul 18K Ralston . .* T... 4214 Safeway 35 1 , Sears '. 78 Scott Paper ··· 15 Shakespeare 5Va Sou Pac 30% Texaco - ^ 25'/s Tri State Mtirs Wt Union rCarbide 40V; United Air 25% Victor 6V5 Wai Mart 1QV5 Ark West Gas 13%-13% Kearney Natl 5-5V4 Minute Man 1%-2'A Pioneer Foods HS'-5Vi H K Porter ,ll%-32% Std Regis , 13%-14'A Four injured in Wreck Near Cave Springs CAVE SPRINGS --Farmers and an off-duty fireman assis- eri four persons injured in a .wo-vehicle accident Wednesday on Healing Springs Road three miles east of here. Before Springdale's rescue mils and ambulance could arrive, several passers-by and ilandy Treat, freed Reuben Lee Durham from his van. Durham, 28, of Gentry was tinned in the driver's seat after Lhe left front section of his van had collided with the left front section of a pickup truck. Using a come-along and chain, Treat and farmers looosened the door post on the driver's side. The door was then pried open with a bumper jack. Durham was t a k e n to Springdale Memorial Hospital where he is listed today in satisfactory condition. Two passengers in his car, Angel Isaac, 28, and Charles Durham, both of Gentry, were treated and released at Springdale Memorial Hospital. Rhonda Hammons, 14. of Siloam Springs, a passenger in the pickup truck, was taken to Siloam Springs Memorial Hospital where she was treated and released. Driver of the pickup truck is not known. State trooper Larry ttcnl could not be contacted. Tyson Foods'!'.!"!'.! 8'/j-9j^ i n ? wn ° investigated the acci- Yellow Frt 43-49')'.'"'""' Averages Inds up 5.94 Trans up 1.35 Utils up .06 Volume 4,150,000 Commodity Openings July corn .' 3.31 Nov soybeans 6.88 Sept eggs 54.40 TRUAKES ANTEMNA Sales and Service New Used* Antennas Color e Black White Boosters o Towers Free Estimates 751-7027 SI.8i56 751-0257 MR. QUICK Weekend Special Friday - Saturday - Sunday CHEESEBURGERS FOR 3 FISH SANDWICHES Only MR. QUICK 1525 South School Fayetteville » r i- Phone 442-9333 THE HUT DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 am. HK PIZZA, #WWfl! SUPREME? Stock Market Shows Advance N E W ' YORK (AP), , The ock market added to Wcdnes- ay's gains with another broad dvance today. The noon Dow Jones average I 30 industrial stocks was up 33 at 791.30, on top of a 9- oint rise in the previous ses- lon. Gainers led losers by 8-to- on the New York Stock' Ex- hange. Brokers linked the buying to peculation on Wall Street that ie problems posed by record- igh interest rates for such arge borrowers as city govern ments and utilities might hav( onvinced the Federal Reserve o case up at least a little on its monetary policy. Baltimore Gas Electric, the YSE · volume leader, \yas town at HVi in trading narked by a ' 179,900-share block a t 1 4 . V · , · - , ' On the American Stock Ex change, the market-value index vas up .97 to 78.70. Steels were broadly higher, buoyed by strong second-quar- er earnings from the first few reporting in the Industry. ·The NYSE's composite index of all its listed common stocks was up .32 at 44.04. Syntex was the volume leader on the Amqx, up V* at 42%. Drug Flashback Fayetteville police said this morning that Debra Jones, 20. of San Antonio, Tex. was taker to Washington Regional Medica Center suffering from an ap parent drug flashback. Police said Miss Jones was found unconscious on the side walk in front of the Minuteman Restaurant on west Dick son Street. Hospital officials said the wo man was to be held severa hours for observation. Dine With Us Today STANDING ROUND ROAST BAKED HAM BROASTED CHICKEN TURKEY DRESSING Our Salad Bar consiti orTws««l Salads, Attractive Jello Molds, Macaroni S.ladt and ottier delicious varieties. Delicious Home Made Pies con sisting of... Kara Nut Pie German chocolate Egg Custard Lemon chess and Variety of Fruil Pies Miss Aime Stone welcome* All Holiday Inn Customers CHILD'S PLATE REG. U.S. PAT. Off. Serving from 11-2 and 4:30 to 8:30 Home Burglarized SPRINGDALE Jewelry nd coins valued at $430 were aken in a burglary of the ames Lewis' home Wednesday, olice said the house was en- ered througs the partially open arage door and unlocked kit- len door. Three rings and se- Bieycle Stolen Chris Adams of 1915 Arrow head Dr. told police Wednesday that his bicycle was stolen from a parking lot at the boys club between 1 and 3 p.m. veral old coins were taken from dresser dnv»."s. PAPABURGER 2 FOR 1 SALE Buy ra« Papaburger *t Regular Price, Get Second One FREE. Offer Good Only With This Coupon. Offer Expires Sunday, July 21 2309 NORTH COUEGE PHONE 442-6662 Coupon Good Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sun, Can you afford not to cat at the) AiW an Tuesday? Coney Dags or* only 20e every Tuesday. OPEN DAILY 9-10; SUNDAYS CLOSED THURS, FRIDAY SATURDAY ... 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