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Northwest Arkonwi TIMES, Wed., July 31, 1974 f rAVETTEVILLI, ARKANSAS Suspect Arrested Fayefle'ville Police Sgt. Boll Jones checks H. L. Turnbull of Springilale following Turn- twU's arrest on charges of iphbery nnd attempted rape ol a woman cab driver Tuesday night. (See Story on Page 1) (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) Objtuary - MASON SEAMSTER Bentonville -- Mason Seatn- ! sler, 60, of Bentonville, died S "^{Suesday in a Fayetteville hospi- J -tSL Born Nov. 18, 1904 at Ayo} ca, the son of Francis Marion « and Mollie Allred Seamster, he I attended school at Avoca- He I iJSfiryed in the Navy for many ?iV-J2§ars and was a retired ranch * pieman. He returned to Bentonville after retiring two years 12-"4S°- ' He was a H 16 TM 1 ^ of the "[ristian Church. . . · . He is survived by the widow, Mrs. Lola King Seamster of the home; and two sisters. · Mrs. Watson Holyfield of Bentonville and Miss Mildred Seamster of West Los Angeles, Calif. ·s,,,..-.Grayeside services will be member of Shelton-Tucker American Legion Post here. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Jane Edmundson of Minneapolis, two sons, James Boyd Jr. of Houston, Tex. and Robert E. of San Diego, Calif, and 10 grandchildren. Graveside services held Thursday at 10:30 a.m. at National Cemetery under the direction of Moore's Chapel. BOBBIE THOMAS (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) derpaymenl of his income taxes had a solid nucleus of support among the Democrats as possible impcachable offenses. Rep. John Conyers Jr.. D- Mich.. who offered the Cambodian bombing article, said concealment of the bombing from Congress and the American people "presents indisputable evidence of impeachable conduct." MELANCHOLY ECHOES The debate over the article produced melancholy echoes of debate over the Vietnam with most Republicans pointing out that Nixon inher- 'ted it from former President Lyndon B. Johnson. "You want to throw him out because he ended the war," said Rep. Charles W. Sandman Jr-, R-N.J. "Anybody else would get a medal, ^ but you want to impeach him." Rep. Elizabeth Hoitzman, D- N.Y., said it was not the bombing itself, but the concealing of it from Congress and the falsifying of official records that warranted impeachment. All 12 votes for the article were cast by Democrats. Nine other .Democrats, led by Ho- dino, joined the 17 Republicans in defeating it. Rep. Edward Mezvinsky. D- lowa, and Rep. Jack Brooks, D- Tex., led the effort to add an article covering Nixon's taxes and the use of government funds to improve his private property at San Clemente and Key Blscayne to the impeachment resolution. Mezvinsky said both criminal wrongdoing and abuse of presidential powers were involved in the backdating of a deed to make valid a gift of pre-presi dential papers, for which Nixon claimed a $576,000 income tax deduction. After an investigation, the Internal Revenue Service disallowed the deduction and billed Nixon for $432,787 in back taxes. "The President has set us a very sorry example," said Rep. Woman Charged Wiih Forged Prescription A New York City woman has been released on bond of $509.25 after being charged in Fayclle- ville Municipal Court with possession of H forged prescription. Bobbie Hoff, 27, is to be arraigned later before Municipal Judge Richard Wells. The woman was arrested late Tuesday night by Springdale police after a description of hei car had been broadcast by Fay ettcvillc police. Police said they received a call Tuesday afternoon from the Medical Arts I'ahrmacy, 241 W Spring St., about a woman who had attempted to pass a forgec prescription. The prescription had originally been made fo 12 tablets of percodan, but had been altered to say 30 tablets. The pharmacist on duty not! fied the doctor who wrote the original prescription, : ant the doctor advise dthat the pa per had been altered. The wo man had been told to come back when the prescription hat been filled. The woman did return a shor ime later but left after th pharmacist asked her to com nside the pharmacy. The phar macist furnished the descriptio of the car to police. Trailer Burglarized Bobby Cline,'Route. 2,-Spr-ini dale, told Washington Covin deputy sheriffs Tuesday that h trailer was entered Sunday o Monday. Cline said $34 was taken. CONTINUEDi FTiOM PAGE ONE) crs of President Nixon's inner rcle, stood before Gesell just efore sentencing and said quily: "Your Honor, I believe 1 am le only one in this courtroom [ ho really knows whether I am uilly or not guilty. I am in occnt of each and every one ol hose counts." Answering briefly, Gesel ailed the break-in at the office f 'Daniel Ellsberg's psy hiatrist one of the nios 'shameful episodes in Ameri :an history." Gesell said that among tin defendants, Ehrlichman hai Mated the high public tras hat went with his position -ir he White House. Ehrlichman told an impromti news conference outside of- th courthouse that "justice will b ound and done and that I wi! ultimately be exonerated sn vindicated." Ehrlichman. 43, a highly sue cessful Seattle zoning lawye who joined the 1968 Nixon pres idential campaign, could hav received a maximum penally o 20 years in prison and fines c $30,000. Ehrlichman plans an appef and Gesell freed him on h: own recognizance. Corporation Sought Articles of incorporation wer filed Tuesday in Washingto County Court for McRoy an McNair, Incorporated, 17 E Center St. Incorporators arc Jerome K McRoy and David Lashley. 4-H CLUB NEWS Jeanic ELKINS Carter was elected resident at the July meeting f Elkins 4-H Club. Other offi- ers are James Swopc, vice resident; Renee Shofner, sec- clary; Lisa Williams, reporter; arah Swope and Vickie Ble- ins, recreaton leaders. The club's main leaders arc Ir. and Mrs. Keith Shofner and ther adult leaders include tanley Swope, Mrs. Billy E Villiams and Mrs. Jack Carter Demonstrations on decoupagi ,nd macrame were presentee ly Lisa and Gina Williams anc ames.Swope discussed his trip o Washington, D. C. The next meeting will b ehelc it 7 p.m. August 5 at the Elkin ligh School Cafeteria. Lisa William SUMMERS SOONERS Record book workshop anc air booth entries were .topic discussed at the July meeting 'lans were also made to hoi beet project meeting to b coordinated by Mrs. Marth Fenno. A swimming party a te Wedington concluded Jul activities. Scott Ladm Escapee Caught PINEVILLE, Mo. -- Doy! Wilson, 21 of Hiwasse was ca; lured shortly before midnigl Monday following his escap from the McDonald County Ja the sheriff's department repor ed. Wilson awaiting trial on cna ges of burglary and grand la ceny, escaped when he thre pepper in. a jailer's eyes an ran out the door. Local Youlh Is Charged With Burglary, Larceny A 14-year-old Fayettcvillo iuth is to be charged in Wash gton Juven'le Court on charg- -s of burglary and larceny in onnection with a break-in at he Bill Whitsett residence at 655 Broadview Drive Tuesday, Whitsett told Fayelteville po ce that a ring, a personalizec heck, several magazines, a one ollar bill, several half-dollars nd possibly some silver dollars vere taken from his home 'uesday morning. Whitsett sau e had left his home unlocked or. a time and discovered the heft on his return. Police took the youth int ustody near the home. Drunk Attacks Door SPRINGDALE -- A ma reportedly under the influenc of intoxicants kicked a hole i he men's room door at Ken 'izza Tuesday night. An en ploye told police the man the stumbled out of the restauran .caving a blank check to cove ,he damages estimated at $50. 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Make.a list today of the still valuable, but unused ilems in your home . . . items such as appliances, furniture, musical instruments, sporting equipment or wheel goods . . . then advertise those items for sale with a low-cost Classified Ad, It's the proven route to quick results used by wise parents throughout the community. GENERAL Elcrtric 18.000 BrTO window .ii-condiUoner, Itirte years oM, good shape, HOO. fed el«*r« Hn, KD. Phone xxx-xxxs. ___ Call 442-6242 today and our friendly ad-visors will help you word your ad to get the quickest results. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS be ijOJhducted at 10 a.m. Friday at ~ttte National Cemetery in Fayetteville u n d e r ' direction of Burns Funeral Home. JAMES B. PEARSON James Boyd Pearson Sr., 79, died Saturday in Minneapolis, Minn. Born Feb. 1L 1895, 'he. was ft retired wholesale grocer? member of the Central United Methodist Church, a Mason, Veteran of World War I and Prairie Grove -- Bobbie Lee Thomas, 46, of Fayetteville, died in a Benton -hospital.. Monday. He was born^Sept. 25, 1927 in Health, the son of Clyde and Effie France Thomas and he was a Baptist. Survivors include the widow, Wilma Stoat Thomas of the home; three daughters, Mrs. Deborah Bradsiiaw and Mrs. Connie Cook both of Fayelte- ville, ad Mrs. Nadine Gabbard of Prairie Grove; one step-son, Jeffrey Wane Conduff of the Elkins Youth Elected To National Office James Swope of Elkins was elected a director of the Newly- created National Junior Polled Hereford Council, organized durng the first National Junior Polled Hereford Heifer Show and Forum earlier this month in Nashville, Tcnn. He represents state junior associations Wiley Mayne, R-Iowa. "Even if it was technically legal, it was highly improper to claim such a huge deduction for his personal papers. But much as I deplore it, the question is, did he commit fraud?" Mayne said he did not, but only followed the advice of tax experts. The long inquiry began officially last October when impeachment resolutions were assigned to the committee. It really got going for the members, last May 9 when the staff began presenting the evidence it had gathered' It ended at 11:08 p.m. w.hen Rodino rapped his gavel. Hughes (CONTINUED PAGE OJJE) his motner of ille;. One Brother, C. J. of Prai- gf#,-;· three sisters, Mrs. Juaniia Wells. Mrs. Lewna Sue Stockburger, and Mrs. Francis Hawkins, - all of Fayetteville; and four grandchildren. Funeral service is 2 p.m. the Free Will Baptist Church with burial in Sunset Cemetery under the direction of the Luginbuel Funeral Home. Louisiana, Mississippi. Arkansas and James, an Elkins 4-H member, is currently vice president of the Arkansas Junior Polled Hereford Association. He's the ·j 16-year-old son of Stanley and \ Mary Jane Swope. ·! The junior council Is com 3 posed of state junior Police j Hereford associatons throughou 3 the United States, with the 11- f, member · board of directors i elected regionally. |j Its purpose is to encourage ·fl youth activities, develop leader J ship and scholarship activitie ( and promote future careers in 3 the industry through combinec J efforts of the state associations. HOWARD LEACH Lincoln -- Howard Lee Leach, died Tuesday in a Kansas City hospital. Born Feb. 21, 1932 in Lincoln, the son of Charley and Hazel Yorty Leach, he was a Baptist. Survivors include the widow, Ruby Harding Leach of the home; four sons, Phillip of xicust Grove, Okla., Benny of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Ace and Toward, both of the home; one .augbter, Mrs. Vickie Bulger of 'rairie Grove; his mother of Lincoln; three brothers, Harold of Siloain Springs, and Buzz and James both of Lincoln; and one grandchild. Funeral service will be 10 a.m. Thursday at Summers Baptist Church with burial in Bethesda Cemetery under the partment and Nevada U.S. Atty. V. DeVoe Heaton over whether' Hughes was to be included in the new indictment, sources said. They said Heaton had been under pressure from top Justice Department officials not to include Hughes in any new indictments. · Heaton declined comment on what led to an about-face . He also refused comment on the reports of pressure, but said at a news conference after that there had been "professional differences of opinion on this matter." Justice Department spokesman John W. Hush acknowledged the disagreement, which, he said, "was settled to our mu- .ual satisfaction." The four-count indictment charges the four men with conspiracy, stock manipulation, wire fraud and aiding and abetting the alleged wire fraud. H e a t o n said summonses would be prepared for Hughes, reportedly living in the Ba- iiamas, and the others named in the indictments. It was not known when they would be required to appear in court. direction of Luginbuel Funeral Home. Battery Stolen Sue Douglas of 900 N. Levcr- ·'Sell Ave. told Fayetteville police a battery valued at $36 - stolen from her car some-'turtle Tuesday. ' ' Founded I860 "' HI K. Tjiit ATF. FarellKtllle, Art. 7BOI Pun'ished daily and Sunday except T.iJamiary 1, July 4, Thankszivlng and Christmas. Second CT.IS5 Postage Paid at FayeUetfllE, ArK. Cyprus · .FHFSS Tr* Associated Press is entitled exclusively lo the use for republica- tinn of all local news printed in this newspaper as well as all AP news dispatches. RATES Effective October I. M7J » ' llnraa Delivery (' Per month by carrier --., $3.25 I PEngte copy dally ]i)c, Sunday 25e £ TT.S, Mall . j In Washington, Benlon, Madison Couil- j; lies, Ark., Adair Co., OkU.: I 3 monlri! TM $-8.50 4 8 months 1S.OO f, 1 YEAR - - 30-W *! cify BOX SflcUon 40.00 I OiUsiae abova counllei: f l months - -^-- ffl-50 5 »months 1*09 L _ , 1 YEAR 3J.M it=A-a.^.. , . . ATJ. MAH. suBStmrnoNs PAYABLE IX ADVANCE Kansas Man Is Charged In Tuesday Incident Leslie Walker, 21, of Augusta, Kans. is to face charges of assault and battetry in Fayelte- ville Municipal Court in connection with an incident Tuesday night at the Obark Bowling Lanes, 2300 N. College Ave. Larry Ray Ezell, 18, of 240 Stadium Drive told Fayetteville police that Walker had hit him over the head with a beer bottle as he was walking toward the building. Ezell said he had just gotten out of his car when another car pulled pit beside him and one of the occupants of the car said something. Ezell said he then began walking toward the building and was struck from behind, causing a cut on his head and one hand. Walker was arrested a short time later on charges of public drunkeness and pleaded guilty to that charge this morning in Municipal Court. Ezell signed a'complaint this morning charging Walker with assault and mttory. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) more reinforcements on Tuesday, and a high-ranking Western diplomat in Nicosia estimated the Turkish force at 40,000 men and 300 tanks. T h e three governments agreed to begin further talks in Geneva on Aug. 8 to restore constitutional government to Cyprus. They said representatives of the Greek and Turkish Cypriot communities would join two days later, and Greek Foreign Minister George Mavros said the Greek Cypripts would be represented by their present president, Glafcos Clerides, not by ousted President Makarios. Vice President Rauf Den- ktash, the unchallenged leader of the Turkish Cypriols, will represent them, Mavros said. Although Turkey gave up nothing, Greek Premier Con- slantine Caramanlis said he was satisfied with the agreement because it "puts an end to hostilities" and "can mark the starting point of a fair set- MtlSSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! II you cannot reach your TIMES carrier . ' PHONE M2-6S12 Dally 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturaay 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. llement of the Cyprus issue The agreement provided that: The opposing military forces will not extend their territory beyond the limits held Tuesday night when the agree^ rnent was signed; 2. A security zone manned by U.N. forces will be established around the enclave of approximately 200 square miles seized by the Turkish invasion force on the north coast, including the port of Kyrenia; 3. All Greek and Greek Cypriot forces in Turkish enclaves will be evacuated immediately, and U.N. forces will protect the enclaves; 4. 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