Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 1, 1974 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 1, 1974
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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurs., Aug. 1, 1974 FAYETTEVILLI, A R K A N S A S Missing Youth Sought Patrick Davlrt Cole, 19, disappeared from his Jonesboro home last June 29. The only (race of his possible whereabouts came three \veeks ago when his automobile w a s tound abandoned at Prairie Grove. Sgt. Quimby Johnson of Fayclteville, a Stale Police investigator, said foul play is suspected. He asked that anyone baving information on the youth contact local authorities. Cole Is described as six feet tall, weighing 155 pounds with dark brown hair. Telephone Workers Call For Nationwide Strike On System 'WASHINGTON (AP) - Telephone workers have given union leaders overwhelming approval to call a nationwide strike against the Bell System. No date was set but indications are that a strike could come as early as Monday if negotiators fail to reach agree 1 · ment on rjw contracts for 750,000 workers. The Communications Workers of America called a news conference for 2 p.m. EOT today to announce official results of the strike authorization vote completed at midnight Wednesday. In event of a strike, Bell said it expects to maintain service with management personnel. Golf Shop Burglarized A total of $1,Y23 in merchan dfse was reported stolen from the Paradise Valley Golf Course on Old Missouri Road. Fayelle ville police said the theft ap p-arently occurred Tuesday night or early Saturday morn ing. Taken were six dozen pair: of golf gloves valued at S375 three sets of golf clubs value at $1,096.50 three golf bags va. ued at $108.50, seven dozen go! balls valued at S105 and a of covers for wooden golf club valued at $10. Police said entry to the builc ing was gained by prying ope louvered window, reachin through and unlocking the door Man Arrested PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) The FBI said Perry A. Kib deaux III, 22, of Crowley, La was arrested here Wednesda on a warrant for violating pr balion. Authorities said Kibodeai had been convicted of interstal transportation of a stolen mot vehicle in Philadelphia, Pa and was placed on probatio but violated it. Kibodeaux was employed a deck hand on a motor vess on the Arkansas River, the FB said. osl of the nation's telephon stem is automated and alkout would have little eFfec daily service. "We will continue to provid rvice with as little inter- ption as possible," said a okesman f o r the Southern ell Telephone Telegraph Co. Atlanta. A survey by The Associated ress of major l o c a l s around e country showed rank-and- e workers voted lopsidedly in vor or a strike. An official of San Francisco ocal 9410 said voting in North- rn California ran better than per cent to authorize a walk- it. In New York City, Local 101 approved a strike, 7,760 to 8. Miami Local 3107 voted by margin of 85 per cent for a trike and a spokesman said lembers were ready to man IB picket lines. Bell ordered its top negotia- ors back to Washington in reparation for weekend bar- aining sessions and sources in- icateil the company was likely o offer a new proposal before scheduled Sunday meeting of he CWA's executive council, 'he council has authority to set a strike date. Contracts covering Bell em- jloyes expired July 17 and /ere extended on a daily basis ..'ith 48 hours notice required or termination. Union leaders called for the strike vote July 18 after reject- ng a company proposal for a hree-year contract providing irst-year wage hikes ranging rom 6.5 to 10 per cent. Increases of 3.3 per cent were of- ered in the second and third ·ear of the contract in addition .o raises tied to increases in he cost of living. Cass' Burial Planned LONDON (AP) -- The body of "Mama" Cass Elliot will be flown to Los Angeles Friday for burial, her manager, Alan Carr, said today. Carr was speaking after an inquest at the Westminister Coroner's court, where he formally identified the sweet- voiced 238-pound singer as Ellen Naomi Cohen, the name she was born with in Baltimore, Mel., 33 years ago. The coroner. Gavin Thurslon. adjourned the hearing until Monday but allowed the body to be sent to the United Stales. Summer Clearance on ALL Altec and PIONEEER Stock Special Savings on limited Selection of Hi-Fi components JBL Speakers, Sonsui amps. ceniGR N.W. ARK. PLAZA Friday Savings Spree -9 P. M. THIS FRIDAY ONLY! UPCOMING EVENTS August 5-10 Armed Forces Week August 10 Ozark Van Assoc. 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