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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 13, 1974
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47-R«l Ettolft-For Sal* DRIVE DOWN AND LOOK AT THIS BEAUTIFUL L A K E ' on 27 acres, \\ mile from Tl Hwy, 7 minnow ponds, mobile home hook-up, 2 outbuildings 111 health forced owner to move. Very little · raise In price since bought a few : years ago. 114,800. · large loan can · be assumed. · TONTITOWN , · on US Hwy, city water and nat " ural £as. Level open grassland. Buy 10 acres or 5 acres for $2,500 per acr*. Newlin Really Company · 839-2522 or 839-2259 West Fork. Ark. Duck Hunters Seek 50-Day Season MAGNOLIA, Ark. (AP) -Donald Hill, president of the Arkansas Wing of the American 3 u c k Hunters Association, asked the Arkansas Game and ?ish Commission Monday for a 50-day continuous duck hunting GET AWAY FROM IT ALL on two- streams, five acres, with fireplace, carpeted, all electric, two bedroom home. $19,300. Phone 4428953 for appointment. | Patrick Returns Home After Tour *U' TACOMA, Wash. (AP) -.:;. Patrick the parrot is silent after ",, an unplanned tour that includei iV^ impromptu performances of season. The commission did not Mexico Tells Taxes To Aid National Health Programs MEXICJXCITY (API -- Mcxi- cnce President Luis Echeverria Some Epileptic Children Should Play Rough Games Spanish arias from five trees in three days. tall The yellow Amazon parrot . escaped f r o m the screened-in i,.-;back yard .-of Ralph L. Ingle last Friday' and entertained the -'"- neighborhood by whistling, V- laughing, talking and singing '·':'- the operatic tunes he's picked K up from the radio and phonp- '" graph records. "·- On Monday, Mrs. Ingle per, suaded .a Tacoma City Light crew to hoist her up in a line- repair bucket to within 10 feet of Patrick's last perch. "I'd call out.and he would answer, 'Momma,' " she said. "I knew he would only come , to me, and when I got him "I just stuck him under my .--.;. aweater-and they let me down." The. wayward bird promptly ate a hearty meal and tucked ""his head under a wing for a . A long sleep. H e just r e a l l y entertained immediately establish a duck season, but was expected to do so before the end of the two-day meeting here. Michael Kinard, president'of the. Columbia County Wildlife Association, asked the commission to put his county at the top of the list for a fishing reservoir when funds become available. He said Columbia County is the only county in the state that he knew of that rivers running through it or bordering Salt water pollution from oil fields already has destroyed many streams in the county, he said. Melvin Chambers of Magnolia asked the commission to post- lone the squirrel hunting sea- ion until October instead of September, when it was held ast year. The commission also was asked by T. H. Bush of Pine Bluff to put red and gray foxes on the protected list until the supply of those animals increased. He said if the commission did not act, there would not be enough foxes to hunt next co announced plans Monday night to tax cigarettes and alcohol to finance a 10-year national health plan to reduce infant mortality and the birlh rale and increase the number of doctors'in the nation. Health Minister .Jorge Jimenez Cantu told a news confer- everyone . You could hear him for a block away," Mrs. is Ingle said. "It was so ap- ~': pealing, but so pathetic, when ','": the poor little bird would c a 1' ·.;:-, out 'Momma!' " House Set Afire CERRITOS, Calif. (AP) '-- A mysterious firebombing has scarred the green-shuttered iqme where Mrs. Richard M. Nixon spent her girlhood. Police said they had neither motive nor suspects for the early Sunday firebombing, but said "an unidentified flammable liquid was poured on the south wall of the recreation hall attached to the home." Wilson Trial Set In Grant County SHERIDAN, ' A r k . (AP) Travis L, Wilson. 19, of Redfield in Jefferson County will be tried Sept. 12 in Grant County Circuit Court here in connection with the stabbing death of a young Sheridan woman. , He has been charged with first-degree murder in the July 5 death of Jewel Dean McKown, 19, of near Sheridan. Pros. Atty. John F. Lovell of Benlon said he would seek the death penalty. However, under the state's new capital felony law, the death penalty cannot he sought on a charge of first- degree murder. In order for Lovell to seek the death penalty, he would have to amend, the charge -to a capital felony. ·Miss McKown was found stabbed to death outside her nobile home 10 miles north of lere. Wilson was arrested July 6 in Texas and was held at the Grant County Jail for 88 hours before being charged. Man Arrested In Pine Bluff Shooting PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) -Jefferson County authorities s studying a proposal to. lax ,he sale of cigarette packages and alcoholic beverages to fi- lancc the plans. Jimenez Cantu did not say how much the lax. would he. He said it would only affect the consumer and not ths producer or the vendor. Jiminez Cantu said the plan would so into effect immediately until 1984. One of Ihe main goals of the plan is to reduce infant mortality through massive vaccinations against measles and smallpox: Although he did not cite specific figures, Jimenez Cantu noted that 1,000 children have died so far this year from measles. He said the measles death rate has been reduced from 11,000 a year only five years ago through regional vaccination plans. BIRTH CONTROL The plan would also encpm pass government-financed birtt control information to married couples to reduce the hirth rate estimated at 3:5 per cent ,a year, Jimenez Canlu said. He said that by 198-1 the. rate will have been reduced to 2.5 per cent annually. Beginning in 1915, he added, the government will recruit I,000 newly-graduated doctors an- CHICAGO (AP) -- Some epileptic children should be milted to piny roiight conlacl suorls, including football, committee of the American Medical Association says. The recommendation, by the AMA's Committee on Mcdica Aspects of Sports, reverses a 1967 decision "base dprimarily nn tltfnrotir»til 'l/ioio " on theoretical That decision recommendec sports activities for epileptic iut not-contact .sports, such a Doxing, tiockey, tackle " football, ic diving, soccer, rugb The fire, spotted by a paper boy, was extinguished by Los Angeles County firemen in about five minutes, doing only about $1,500 damage, a spokesman said. £· LEASING FOR A BUSINESS, PROFESSION, OR JUST AN INDIVIDUAL ,. Our Pontiacs and Cadillacs are equipped and tailored to °-v; your needs, whatever they might be. Why lease from a '·"·' large leasing company? They must purchase the cars 4 ,i" from a dealer. Leasing from us will give you the best ''»'· possible in leasing prices and service. HATFIELD Rental Leasing, Inc. ..- · · 22 E. Meadow M Fayetteville, Ark. Phone 442-2303 irrested a suspect Monday. in jonnection with the fatal shooting Friday of a Pine Bluff liquor store owner. L.V. Rogers, 69, the owner of L.V. Rogers Package Store, died of multiple gunshot wounds received during the robbery oE his store, authorities said. Tommy Lee Hays, 37, of Pine Bluff, who officials believe to be one of the three holdup men, was - shot during the robbery and died later at a Pine Bluff hospital. Two other men fled the scene with an undetermined amount of money. Bill Moore, head of the sheriff department's Criminal Investigation Division, said a suspect was arrested here Monday and that officers were searching for a second man. Moore said officers expected nually in universities around the nation for service in poverty-ridden communities. He said the goal is lo have about 10,001) doctors working in these communities under government pay. This will be coupled w i t h plans to increase the number of hospitals in the nation. Jimenez Cantu said there are aoout 9,000 beds in use in government hospitals nflw, but plans are to increase the number lo 35.000 in 10 years. "Health is .very important for Mexico because we have a rate of 41 lost days in production from sick leaves per -year while the average of lost (lays in developed nations is only nine a year,". Jimenez Canlu said. The plan outlined by the official contains 20 points including a campaign to reduce-air pollution in urban centers and set up nutritional drives in remote and lacrosse. But Monday, in a statemen published in the Aug. 12 issu of the Journal of the America Medical Association, the com raittec said, Ihere was "no st; tistical proof that repeliliv physical contact, even of th licad, as in football, causes greater frequency of seizures :he epileptic than might occu when the same patient wa asleep. "In fact, in many patient: seizures occur more often wi 1 sleep," it added. But only those epileptic ch dren whose seizures are co trolled medically should be co sidered for rough conla sports, the committee said. The group, headed by D Richard Corbitt of Par Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Tuet., Aug. 13, 1974 · FAYETTKVILLI. ARKANIA* Delegation Oi Mayors To Meet With President SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- ' A I He said Ihe meeting was urge him to take action on fed- elcgation of mayors going to scheduled in response to a joint eral funds for mass transit. he White HOusc for Ihe first me in three years will discuss ritical urban problems .with resident Ford, Mayor Joseph i. AHoto says. The 15 mayors will meet willi 'ord for one hour on Wednes- ay. They will be led by Alioto, resident of the U.S. Confer- nce of Mayors, and Mayor 'om Bradley of Los Angeles, iresident of the National of Cities. Alioto told newsmen on Monday that presidential adviser Villiam M. Scrantmi, former 'ennsylvania governor, t o l d lim "Ihe President expects a ful discussion; he wants to lis- :en." "You know it will be the first lime that the mayors have been in the While House since March 1971 -- more than throe years." Alioto said. "I hope the meeting will foster a new spirit of government and a renewed national determination to solve the many serious problems facing American cities." Aliolo said Ihe mayors also planned lo convince Ford.' that model cities, p u b l i c housing social programs AHoto said Ford would meet ersburg, W.Va., reviewed stud ies of epileptics to determine il trauma were associated with the occurrence of epilepitc seizures or of degeneration in the epileptic's condition. SPECIAL NOTICE to Calvin .L.. Hampton chairman of the National Governors Conference; and Slanlej should not be abandoned. Smoot, president of the Nation with the mayors after holding a nl Association of Counties. session with Ihe Governors Con- He said the mayoral delegation will urge the President to sign a- $1.3 billion communlt} meet on Thursday with a dele- development program recently gation of county officials headed by Smoot, Alioto said. Sears TW/fT 3 ^S^y~ J'sf^r v? fT" yw*«:v£fy"f;TM m~-i\*:«! iy:~~7^! *a«w WOMAN'S WORLD Bishop Sentenced SEOUL, South Korea (AP) --A military court today sentenced a Roman Catholic bishop to 15 years in prison and gave a suspended sentence to a former South Korean president on charges of inciting rebellion against President Chung Hee Park's government. A total of 122 persons have been convicted under Park's emergency decrees' aimed at cracking down on students and churchmen who have de- to complete their investigation manded a more liberal con- shorlly. Istitution. CUSTOMERS SEARS RAINCHECK POLICY Sears will issue rainchecks or comparable items at comparable prices when due to adverse conditions. Certain advertised merchandise is not available. The following items from Sears advertising circular in effect this week are not presently in stock. Sears apologizes for -and regrets any inconvenience it may cause its customers. No. 64651 Coldspot Refrigerator No. 24201 Kenmore Washer 1 H.P. Paint Sprayer Thank You For Shopping SEARS SIDING SPECIAL We will cover one complete side of your home with United States Steel Vynasol Finish Super Steel (Vinyl fused lo steel) Siding in 7 colors, installed by professionals over insulation foil. ABSOLUTELY FREE When we cover Ihe other three sides at regular price. This is the greatest siding sale in our 15 year history. This siding never needs painting making your home maintenance free. Plus, with the high insulation value; will make it cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter, cutting fuel bills up to 30%, and carries thirty year transferable factory warranty. Act Now As This is a Limited Offer Write a post card today with name, phone, and address, or call collect 501/442-7377, Ext. 222, and receive an AM/FM Transistorized Radio FREE to qualified home owners for letting us visit 15 minutes with your family, show you our product, and explain how we can make your house have one of the nicest personalities in the block. Free estimates--cover your wood for good. Smith Bros. Construction, Inc. . · ' . ' . ' Suite 387, 2 1 S . College Fayetteville, Ark. 72701 Phone 442-7377 A Convenient Sewing and Shopping Guide for Today's Gal on the Go, 708 W A L - M A R T DISCOUNT Cl W A L - M A R T DISCOUNT CITY LADIES-TEENS GYMSHCES CASUALS $476 CMS WAL-MART Discount City v S A T I S F A C T I O N - . \ G U A R . A N . T E E D / N. ·· - · S. T DISCOUNT CITY Toss this dramatic cape over - pants, skirls, dresses! "~ INSTANT CROCHET cape you'll wear and w i n compliments in all year. Lacy, solid stripes alternate. Use knitting worsted. No. 19 hook. Pattern 708: one size fits 10-16. 75 CENTS each pattern -add 25 cents each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler Northwest Arkansas TIMES, 450, Needlecraft Dept., Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N.Y. 10011. Print Pattern Number, Name Address, Zip. The source of inspiration -- our new 1975 Needlecraft Catalog! 180 designs, 3 printed inside. Send 75 cents now. New! Nifty Fifty Quills $1.00 , New! Ripple Crochet $1.00 . Sew Plus Knit Book $1.25 '··Needlepoint Book $1.00 Flower Crochet · $1.00 ,-Hairpin Cdochel Book $1.00 U Instant Crochet Book $1.00 ··'Instant Money Book $1.00 ^Instant Macrame Book $1.00 Complete Gift Book $1.08 Complete Afghans No. 14 $1.00 V;12 Prize Afghans No. 12 50 cents Book of 16 Quilts No. 1 50 cents Book of Ifi Quilts No. 1 SO cents Museum Quilt Book No. 2 50 cents ,. 15 Quilts for Today No. 3 50 r :'cents Book of 18;Jiffy Rugs 50 cents Shop WAL-MART For Many New Styles and Color Combinations SIZES 5-10 KRATON RUBBER LONG LASTING SOLES )MftOE IN AMERICA | SOFT FLEXIBLE COMFORT LONG WEAR Ladies - Teens CASUAL FLATS 4648 SIZES 8-20 M A D E JN U S . A MENS POPULAR STYLES ,87 LADIES-TEENS L1L HEELS SI Lightweight WIPE WEAR Long Wear SIZES 5-10 Fine Quality! QUICK-CUT casual gets you right inlo the fall fashion picture! No waist seam -- this soft, easy shaping is a snap to whip up in "thin" jersey. Printed Pattern 4648: Misses' Size 8,10,12,14,16,18,20. Size 12 (bust 34) takes 1% yards 54- inch fabric. Send Sl.OO for each pattern. Add 25 cents for each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Anne Adams Northwest Arkansas TIMES, 438 P a t t e r n Dept., 243 West 17th St.. New York, N. Y. 10011. P r i n t NAME, A D D R E S S , ZIP. SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. MORE FOR YOUR MONEY in NEW FALL-WINTER P A T T E R N CATALOG! 100 best school, career, casual, city fashions. Free pattern coupon. Send 75 cents. Sew Plus Knit Book -- ' h a s basic tissue pattern $1.25 Instant Sewing Book $1.00 Instant Fashion Book $1.00 Compare and Save! SIZES B'/2-12 Several Colors- MENS-BOYS Long Wearing .SPORT OXFORDS 191 ADVZRTISE HERB; Thousand* of homemakcri r«c thin feature aally . . . and they* win ·*· you* Imaoe in USAS SHOP* SAVE! South gore Shopping Center Open 9-9 SOFT FLEXIBLE COMFORT LONG WEAR EASY CARE UPPERS Lightweight Comfortable Ladies - Teens LADY WHITES SIZES 5-10 WIPE WEAR WAL-MART DISCOUNT CITY WAL M A R T WAL-MART DISCOUNT CITY

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