Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 30, 1974 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 30, 1974
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6 · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Tue*., July 30, T974 -.... FAYETTEVIULl, ARKANSAS _ ---·"'.·'' ,, I WBFTJWtSSTH *.«.·»* **r""U .. .^MJ/4 Weather Forecast Fair weather Is forecast Tuesday for most of the country. Temperatures arc expected to be cooler from the Great Lakes lo the Norfhcust. Continuing warm weather is fore- cast for the West and most o (he plains. (AP Wirephoto Map) Keller Wins Award SUMTER, S.C. -- Technical Sergeant Boyce J. Keller, son of Mrs. Vergie Whitley of Rogers, is a member of a Tactical Air Command unit that recently received the U.S. Air Force Outstanding Unit Award. Sergeant Keller is a medical visor at,Shaw AFB, S.C., with resource management supe a unit which earned the awar for its rescue and reli operations in Sumter Count S.C., during a ciippling sno storm in February 1973. Storms Lash New England By The Associated Press Violent weather thai laced ne Northeast and Ohio'Valley On Jones Ouster Locke M ay Switch loved out to sea howers lingered today, from but the liddle Atlantic Coast north- ard. S e v e r e Thunderstorms umped more than 2 inches of ain at Glen Falls, N.Y.,and 1 2 inches soaked Albany, and Harrisburg and V i 1 h e 6-Barre, ight. Pa., Monday LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Slate Sen. George E. "Butch" Locke of Hamburg said in an interview Monday that he might change his vole if Sen. Guy H. "Mult" Jones of Conway does not resign from the Senate and the question comes up for an- ake it out personally; it's kind if hard to stomach." Locke, a second-term sena- or, said he had received about 25 letters and 15 to 20 telephone calls about his vote and that he majority had been critical. "Some have told me they had other vote. During withdrawn special session, In 10 minutes late Monday an nch of rain accompanied by ail fell on on area between tuebenville, Ohio, and Wheel- ng, W.Va- d Wind damaged parts of South itcKeesport Pa., and the Maryland communities of Ha- erslown, Berwynand Chevery. Tornadoes were sighted at Bealsville Pa., and Granlsville, isolated thunderstorm Iropped walnut-sized hail at "acksonville, Ark., late Monday. Rain fell along the northern and Middle Atlantic Coast, hrough the southern Plains and from the northern Rockies o the southern Plateau. Low clouds' and fog hid most of the Locke was one of 12 senators voting to allow Jones to remain in Ihe Senate despite his felony federal income Pacific Coast morning hours. Temperatures in the early before dawn ranged from 48 at Bismarck and Grand Forks, N.D., to 96 at Needles, Calif. conviction tax charges. Locke said Monday that he has a "whole new viewpoint" on the matter now, and is nol alone in that view. If the question comes to vote Thursday when the Senate reconvenes, Locke said there might be the 24 votes needed to expel Jones. On the first ouster vote, 21 senators voted to expe: Jones. Locke said he has been under :onsiderahle pressure home district because vole. , "I've been accused of being everything from a dope pusher to a bootlegger to a crook be cause of my vote," Locke said "Of course, my friends whi know me know I'm not liki this. When people become si ever had for me...that I did not represent their views," he said. 'My constiluents have been quite upset by Jones' presence n the Senate." Locke said he planned to talk with Jones before Thursday if apeared that the question of Checkbook Stolen ' SPRINGDALE -- A check- look containing blank checks on the Camera Craftsman of Si- oam Springs account was stolen from an unlocked car Friday night, police said today, Eddie Parker of Silo am Springs told police he left his company checkbook in the car while he photographed the Junior Rodeo. federal law, it is a misdemeanor under state law, and Locke said he was abiding by Arkansas law. support they expulsion again would raised. feel like if made Conviction Appealed LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Pu laski County Judge B. Frank Mackey appealed to the state Sureme Court Monday his con viction four, misdemeano: aware that his fellow senators and the Arkansas Senate as a whole are being punished by his presence, he will take the appropriate action," Locke said. He said he thought Jones should consider resigning. Locke also said there was a question as to whether the matter of expulsion could be raised again since Jones had been cleared once. Locke said he had voted against expulsion because the Arkansas Constitution says the Senate has the power to expel convicted felons. While income tax evasion is a felony under charges of buying county sup plies without taking bids. L Pulaski County Circui Court jury convicted Mackey and he was fined $100 on each of the charges by Judge Rich ard B. Adkisson. The jury acquitted 'Mackej _ n three other misdemeano charges of not taking bids county purchases deadlocked ilar charges. two NNINQS AIRS E. S FOLDS TO 10" Fiyetlevllle Drug » 4K-7H5 Arkansas Farms May Receive Rain By The Associated Press Precipitation: Showers and: hundershowers scattered over finch of the state today with eavlest concentration in the west and south. Rainfall amounts will be around one iicli in the heavier thunderstorms, but generally a h a l f nch or so can be expected. Chance of showers will tend to decrease tonight'and Wednesday. ' ' Drying Conditions: Fair to locally good except in the shower areas. Humidities will fall below 60 per cent by n o o n to a low of 35 per cent in the extreme north and 40 to 55 per cent elsewhere. Dewpoints: Mid 50s north to low 70s south. Dew: Moderate this morning and Wednesday morning. VAUGH BATTERY COS S. EXTRA HEAVY TERMITES ? CALL ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL Roaches, Ants, Spiders, etc. COMMERCIAL *. HESIDEfniAl. · 442-7298 Stock Up Savings! ORIG. $5-$6 47 For Sport Dress Wear Here's the kind of stock-up price you've been waiting for one Boys' famous make dress and sport shirts! Easy care polyester and collon with Permanent Press in long sleeve styles with fashion collars. Choose from a large selection of patterns and colors in sizes 8 to 20. These are just what he needs for back to school. 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