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July 18, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 24

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24 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurs., July 78, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Moments After Explosion Injured receive aid moments after a bomb exploded Wednesday at he Tower of London, doing extensive damage and seriously injuring several persons. Tourists watch the courtyard scene from the foreground. The bomb went off in the armory of the 'White Tower' seen at the right. (AP Wirephoto) To Circulate Hand Tools Regional Library Develops Consumer Material A grant of $21,250 has been approved for the Ozarks Regional Library to develop a nucleus of consumer education material and to promote the usefulness of a library to the community. The grant, administered by Arkansas Library Commission, is under Library Service and Construction Act of 1973 and is part of the impounded funds released this spring. The project will be in full operation by August and will continue for one year. Mrs.- Carol Wright, librarian said several projects are already underway, with summer story hours instituted at libraries in the regional system winch formerly had not h a d ; them. A collection of patterns and books for home sewing is being developed at t h e Mountainliurg library to meet the needs of patrons who are turning to sewing to help stretch the household budget. .Helping people to stretch the budget during this inflationary period is one of the prime reasons for drafting the proposal, according to Mrs. Wright. "Patrons are asking for more books on self-help. They want to know more about the products they buy and how to do simple repairs on h o m e appliances," Mrs. Wright explained. Requests also are frequent for books on learning crafts, "Not only learning how to make things as a hobby, but how to market the articles successfully," Mrs. Wright said. TO CIRCULATE TOOLS Another first for library service are plans to circulate hand tools. The hand tools, will be those which are usually a onetime requisite for .a given project, such as a level. The regional library, which serves Washington and Crawford counties and Rogers in Benlon County, will continue to develop projects to meet the special needs and to build up materials on consumer information. These will include information on retirement, investments, gardening, farming, crafts, food, car repair, small motor repair, collectibles, house construction, h o m e made energy sources, such as windmills, boats, vacations and land purchase. Ford Sees Partisanship In Strauss Impeachment Statement : WASHINGTON (AP) -- Vice' President Gerald R. Ford and three other top Republicans have accused Democratic National Chairman Robert S. Strauss of injecting politics into the congressional impeachment inquiry. "It makes it partisan." Ford said of Strauss' pro-impeachment statement. It "could have a backlash" that will help the President. Ford told a reporter Wednesday night. GOP National Chairman George Bush, Senate Republican Leader Hugh Scott and House GOP Leader John J. Rhodes also hit back at Strauss' statement. Strauss had said he would be shocked if the House Judiciary Committee fails to vote for impeachment and surprised if the full House doesn't follow suit. At the same time, a Democratic member of the Judiciary Among hooks already pur- :hased is one "How to Make it on the Land." The book tells ibout beekeeping and land clearing. The title and subject matter is reminiscent of the 'back to the- farm" movement which occurred at the turn of he century. The movement ained impetus by C. R. Lighon who moved to Fayetteville and used Happy Hollow Farm as the proto-type for many of lis popular books and articles n the Saturday Evening Post. Another - book gives recipes or making cosmetics. Colognes and shampoos, using ingredients commonly found, are among the cosmetics which can be produced at home. Food preservation, simple epair of home equipment and p r a c t i c a l homemaking a r e opics covered by the materials on hand/These topics will be expanded by other books, pam- hlets and government documents Mrs. Wright said. The new supply -has already supplied information for one patron vho wanted to know how to construct a root cellar, she iaid. Yet another phase of the rogram is preparation of a jibliography on pre-natal and nfant care. This is being distributed by the La Leche League. The grant will also be used o add books to the large type print collection of fiction and non fiction selections for persons with failing eyesight Mrs. Wright said. lommiltee, Rep. Wayne Owens of Utah, said in a House speech that Strauss should keep hia "political nose" out of the panel's deliberations into whether Nixon should be impeached. Bush said the tragedy ol Strauss' comments would be il they dragged the impeachment question "even more into partisan politics." He said that if the impeachment process becomes purely political it wil degenerate "into nothing but a mudslinging fight from .which everyone in the country--Re publican and Democrat--will be the loser." Scott said he views Strauss statement "as his instructions to Democrats to vote for im prachment." "It seemed to give the whole thing a political tinge." Rhodes said at a reception Wednesday night honoring Ford. Lonoke Bodies Identified LONOKE, Ark. (AP) -- The two decomposed bodies found near here Tuesday were identified Wednesday night as Elaine Margaret Dolan. 15, and James W. Thompson, 17, both of Jacksonville, State Police said. Sgt. Bill Mullcnas said the FRONTIER TOWN BUILT OF STICKS FERNDALE, Mich. (AP) -Thomas Allred dreams of the old VVest while working half the night U create a piece of it in his living room. His creation is a Western town, complete with a two-gun sheriff and a bad guy on his back in the dust- The seven-building, eight-foot- long Wild West town was built with more than 5,000 Popsicle sticks. "We don't really eat thai many Popsicles," said Allred, a police officer in this Delrqil suburb. "I order the sticks in batches of 1.000.' Allred says he began working on the town in January and often stays up to 3 a.m. working with glue and the sticks. "It's a family thing," said his wife, Sue. "Everyone gets up in the morning to see what's been done on it. We're a little crazy." The town includes a hotel, general store, county jail and boardwalk. Mrs. Allred is doing the interior decorating on the buildings. Read if July 21st in couple was last seen at 4 p.m on June 20. He said they wenl to visit friends on Loop Road n Pulaski County, but neve arrived. A farm worker had dis covered the badly decomposed bodies while plowing east of John Shellon Road in southeastern I.onoke County. Mullenax said the victims lands were tied behind their jacks and their mouths _ were gagged. Authorities said a shotgun blast killed the two. Miss Dolan was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dolan, and Thompson was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thomp- M u l l e n a x said Eugene Thompson was a city patrolman with the Jacksonville p o l i c e department. Lonoke County authorities and State Police are continuing the investigation. Commodity futures CHICAGO (AP) -- Farm commodity futures were strong early on the Chicago Board of Trade today. Soybeans were 5 to 14 cents a bushel higher, July 7.02; Chicago wheat was 3 to 9 higher. July 4.25; Gulf wheat was not traded; corn was H4 to 6 higher. July 3.31; and oats were to % higher, July 1.63V4. SOYBEANS Jill 7.02 6.97 11.07 Aug 697 G.82 9,80 Sep. 6.98 6.8.'." 8.80 Nov 6.88 6.81 7.69 Jan 7.00 6.85 7.61 Mar 7.00 6.88 7.55 May 6.99 ' 6.88 7.51 People Quiz: What Your Eating Habits Reveal About Yon True or False: "The mariner in. which you eat provides a due to your sense of security." John E. Gibson's FAMILY WEEKLY feature, People Quiz, examines your plate and your palate this week and asks four interesting questions concerning eating habits and what they indicate about your personality. Learn how altitude, for example, affects your taste. What It's tike To Create Today's Music "/ don't consciously want lo put a message across. Jj it happens, it happens. I guess there are some people who sit down and say, 'All right, 1 teani to write a hit single, tel's see, what's a big item at the mo~ meat?' Bat 7*ve never worked lite that." ' -- Carly Simon Five music superstars talk about ttieir trade especially for FAMILY WEEKLY. Carly Simon, Bo Diddley, Don McLean, Bette Midler and Randy Newman tell how they work-- each differently, each within his own style. Get the inside story this week in FAMILY WEEKLY. In your copy of the Northwest Arkansas TIMES Arftnnaaa WoolwortH Satisfaction Guaranteed · Replacement or Money Refunded \\Tool\vorfl\ WNAWtNAWIMNtiAOOf SHEET BLANKETS 70"x84" ONLY Warmth and Comfort at low low prices. Choose from while, yellow- or blue. Acrylic solid color and print blankets Nopvrtboft* WA^^^^--^MBB "««»ory VfJAWMM WHICH OOUMES AS A STAItOM WAGOtl *TM WHERt PROHtWTtD BYU *~ · KM J I I Deddino Values^ Decorate your bed with carefree no-iron muslin sheets in prints and solids $337 TWIN FLAT OR FITTED Your best sheet btiyl Wonderful blend of cotton and polyester does away with ironing, adds to wear. Out of the tumble drier on to your beds fresh as a daisy. 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