Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 1, 1974 · Page 7
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 1, 1974
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* Open 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Mon.-Sat. * Over 50 Stores To Serve You *0ver 3000 Free Parking Spaces * Highway 71 between Spr. Fayetteville Open 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Daily HURRY! AFTER-INVENTORY SALE STILL IN PROGRESS Northwest Arkansas Plaza osco PEPSI COLA ~ 6 for Qt. Size Plus Deposit No Limit Group Of PANTS SUITS SPORT COATS and Long Sleeve DRESS SHIRTS 2 CROfflBO'S Hours 10-9 OSCO EI A! PANTYHOSE Osco Reg. 99e 39 Dr. Shells EXERCISE Now SANDALS Only Reg. 10.88 7 99 Romeo Country Sounds RECORD ALBUM Famous Name Artists Reg. $3.99 99, While They Last KNIT SLACKS Solicit and Patterns. Reg. to $16 Woven Cuffed Slacks Solids and Patterns. Reg. to $17 FLARED JEANS 100% Cotton. Reg. to $13.50 Solids and Patterns SPORTSHIRTS Knits or Wovens S. S. Solids and Patterns Reg. to $15 999 399 499 DRESS SHIRTS Long Sleeve Patterns Reg. to $12.50 3"-7 Northwest Arkansas Plaza Menswear The Sounds of Stereo . . . Plus th» Beauty of Tlit Magnificent Monticello Specially Sale Priced (Thomas '2665°° -KEY / ftatJOl 44W441 / ftytonillc, mo\ MOM... Start a Pictorial Record of Your only Child.,. 37 with this ad [Irame not included) 5x7 natural color portrait 3 Days Only Offer Ends Sat., Aug. 3 No appointment necessary. Selection of poses. Limit: one special oiler per family. Second child photographed individually at 88tf. Age limit: 3 weeks to 14 years. 88(5 charge for each additional person in groups. Proposed Usury Amendment To Be Debated Here Two University of Arkansas professors will present both sides of the proposal to revise the slate usury law in a discussion Wednesday before the Workshop on Economic Education currently being held on campus. Dr. Leonard White, professor and head of the Department of Economics, will speak against the proposal to remove the constitutional limit on interest rates in the state, while Dr Gene Lynch, associate professor of finance, will speak in favor of the.proposal. The proposed constitutional amendment, which will be on the ballot in the November general election, would allow the state legislature to set the legal interest rate in Arkansas The program will begin at 10:30 a.m. in the Auditorium of the Graduate Education Building, according to Dr Philip Besonen, assistant pro lessor of education and director of the workshop. The public is invited, he said. The Workshop of Economii Education is a-joint project o the University, the Arkansa: State · Council on Economii Education, the slate Depart merit of Education, and the Joint Council on Economic Edu cation. A total of 43 publi school teachers from throughou the state are attending th workshop, which is dealing will such topics as the energy crisis health care, international trade poverty, and the economic de velopment of the state. It begar July 15 and will run throug' Thursday. 99 799 PORTRAITS · PASSPORTS · COPY RESTORATION Northwest Arkansas Plaza . n im. · Phone 501) 442-8885 the Children's Photographer Three Convicted LITTLE ROCK (AP) -Three men were convicted first-degree murder Wednesda in the Dec. 29, 1973 slaying o William C. Anderson, 57 North Little Rock used ca dealer. John Arthur - Bowden; 21, Little Rock; his brother, Walte Lee Bowden, 22, of North Lilt Rock, and Freddie Dean Fie man, 22, of Little Rock wer sentenced to life in prison. Th state had waived the death pe ally. A Pulaski County Circu Court jury deliberated 12 mi utes before returning the ve diet. . . . · The state contended that, A derson was killed during a ro bery. Northwest Arkonso* TIMES, Then* Aug. 1, 1974 FAYITTIVILLI, ARKANSAS · 1 One For The Road This pyramid-shaped two-passenger vehicle is a Sebring Vanguard, an electric car, manufactured In Sebring, Florida. Although this model costs $2,390, gets up to 50 miles per charge and w i l l travel up to 28 miles per hour, the electric car Is stalling on the threshhold of Ihe Amerl- can automobile market whet compared to th« type of performance Americans are accustomed t» In can. (AP Wlrephoto) ^^ Nelson Pleads Guilty To Bribe Charges LITTLE HOCK (AP) -- Har-| old Nelson, former general manager of Associated Milk Producers, .Inc., pleaded guilty at Washington Wednesday lo conspiring to bribe former Treasury Secretary John B. Connally. Nelson said the conspiracy included donations of more than $300,000 to Democratic and Republican candidates from 1968 to 1972. U.S. Atty. W. H. "Sonny" Dillahunty said Wednesday that the Watergate special prosecutor's officer had asked him a few weeks ago to postpone a icrjury indictment pending in J.S. District Court here against Nelson. Dillahunty said that when the special prosecutor's officer no tified him that Nelson was going to plead guilty to a charge at Washington he agreed to drop the charges against Nelson in Arkansas. He said he will file a motion :oday to do so. · Dillahunty said he understood that in return for Nelson's guil- y plea at Washington no more charges would be brought against him by the special Actor In Hospital OXNARD, Calif. (AP) -- Actor Walter Brennan is reported i n : fair condition after an emphysema attack. Brennan was admitted to St. John's Hospital last Thursday in serious condition. However doctors said on Wednesday tha 1 he had improved. He sufferec the attack while celebrating his 80lh birthday at his ranch 41 miles northeast of Los Angeles prosecutor 1 ! office. The special prosecutor's offi : cer is investigating allegation* hat AMPI and two other dairy cooperatives pledged in 1971 t» contribute $2 million to Nixon'a reelection campaign to return "or an increase in milk price supports. Judge John W. Oliver of Kansas City took under advisement Wednesday various motions during a pretrial eonferenet rearing on the government's anti-trust case against AMPI. He has indicated he wilt tackle prttrial motions related to about 20 private cases against the cooperative. The various suits against AMPI, based at San Antonio, Tex., were consolidated before Oliver for the coordinated pretrial hearings. AMPI is the nation's largest dairy cooperative. greatest peddlers Over the years, more and more individuals have discovered one of the greatest little peddlers of them all ... the TIMES Want Ads! You'll be amazed how these small, low-cost ads can reach out and sell most any item you may have for sale ... and do it fast! 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