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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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a · Northwest Arkonsns TIMES, Friday, Aug. 16, 1974 FAVETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Episcopal Ordination Is Ruled SHIRLEY'S GONE, PEARL'S COMING CHICAGO (AP) -- A nilingi body of Ihe Episcopal Cliurchl says 11 women ordained in a controversial ceremony about :wo weeks ago are not priests and may not perform priestly duties. . The interpretation of church loctrine came in the form' of a r e s o l u t i o n approved' overwhelmingly Thursday by . -the House of Bishops at a two-day special session In consider the women's ordinations. Charles V. Willie, vice presi dent of the · House of Deputies', WATCHES .OF THE TIMES . . .from left, a "Nixon" icafch taiih the inscription "I'm not a crook," the once famous "Agneta" watch, and. the "Dickey Nixon" watch ' .· ·· the other branch church's legislative of the . General val of women priests by the icral Convention at its next nccling in two years. "Wo are shocked and sad- 1cned," one of Ihe women, Carer Hcyward of New York City, said in a statement on behalf of icr 10 colleagues. "The fact (hat m e n ' c o u l d sit here and presume to make a decision affecting the vocations of women and not think it is prejudicial amazes me," she said. "I'm still a priest. There's no question about it in my mind." She added: "Each of us will make her own decision as to liow au'd when to affirm the priesthood she .knows to be Compromise Housing Bill Goes To Ford For Signature WASHINGTON ( A P ) -- A compromise 511.3 billion housing bill was passed by Ihe House on Thursday and sent to President Ford. The measure is believed acceptable to the new administration although it contains some ideas which had been op- nosed by former President Richard M. Nixon, as well as things he proposed. The vote was 371-21. Included is a proposal by Nixon for combining programs into block grants, giving local Damage Suit Filed In Prisoner Death LITTLE ROCK (AP) - A $147,500 damage suit was filed here Thursday against the insurance company for the city of Russellville over the death of. a prisoner who was killed while he was being transported to Russellville. : Police said at the time that John A. Jennen Jr., 20, of Knoxville jumped out of the fight rear door of the car. ; The suit was filed by John A. Jennen as administrator of his ion's estate. * The suit said that two Russellville police officers were transporting Jennen to Russellville from Hope so he could [ace several misdemeanor charges. :. The suit said that Jennen'f hands had been handcuffed behind him and the handcuffs were attached to a leather handcuff belt. It said tlxat a the car approached an overpas fen Interstate 30 at Little Rock ·Jennen "still trussed and bound exited" the right rear door o the ' vehicle and struck .th pavement. ; It alleged that the police off cers were negligent in failing t Jteep the rear door of the ca properly closed, failing to pro] erly secure a prisoner in trap port, driving at an excessiv rate of speed, driving in a rec less and careless -manner an failing to keep their vehicle u der control. The TIMES Is On, Top of The News Seven Days a Week 'DICKEYy NIXON' WATCHES ON SALE Convention, called approval ol the resolution "an exercise ol male arrogance of the most blatant kind I have ever seen." .Willie also deplored the bish ops' voice vote rejection of an amendment to the resolulioi which would have urged ap- NORFOLK. Va. (AP) - Slur- 1 lev's gone, but Pearl's coming. Pearl Hailcy, the Broadway and television singing star from Newport News, Va.. will perform' in Chrysler Hall tonight through Saturday, replacing Shirley MacLaine, who suddenly left town Tuesday, leaving ler show without a star. Miss MacLaine left after complaining on opening night Monday about the sound sys tern in the hall. Officials said on \Yednesday that Miss Bailey will repacc Miss MacLLaine with a com pletey different show. Thieves Unsueetsiful Thieves apparently 'tried to! break into Radio.. Shaik, _U«! N College sometrme Wefln«s-; day' night. Pa" 1 Vaughn toUJ; police Thursday morning that; an altompt had been made to- remove an air conditioning duct; fi'oin the root. ; '/Police quoted Vaughn assaying Hie resulting hole would; be loo small for a n y . one to; get through had they bees; successful in removing tn«; ductwork. ', '·' ; · ' hers." She declined ' lo elaborate. thorilies more discretion in e use. cf federal funds. The II combines seven specific tegorical programs into an .6 billion community develop- enl block grant. The grants would be allo- ted on the basis of population of poverty. assured for id prevalence ities would be ree years of at least the level grants they h a d received arlier. )·' In a section which Nixon had pposed. the bill would make vailable "about $250 million er the next two years for acli 'ol two subsidy programs, hese would provide subsidies r home ownership by low-in- ome families and for low-rent partrnents. --· A section aimed at booslini e housing industry woult aise from $33.000 to $45,000 the eiling on FHA-insured mort- ages on single-family homes. Also included is authorization $1 billion for programs of ousing production,, rehabilita- on and leasing estimated to enefit about 400,000 persons. Another $800 million was allo- ited to the developers of IIOUK- ig for the elderly arid handi- apped. Also included are $150 illion for conventional public ousin'g,- enough for- about 90,0 new units, and $850 million ir construction or rehabilita- on of current public housing. The exact amounts to be lent will depend on separate ppropriations legislation. ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) Sales of the. "Dic'w Nixon" urislwatch have jumped to sbout 50Q a day sine* Richard Nixon resigned the. presidency, says the :general manager of Dirty Time .Co. ··.. The ,SI9.95'Watch, with a ca ricature of the former presi dent, hands covered wit! 1 . Mick ey Mouse;. gloves and outstretched in''his'famous "V" fov victory sign, had been gelling et four a week prior to Nixon's Athletic Counselor ANN ARBOR, Mich. CAP) Jim Belts. 24. former University of Michigan quarterback, has been hired as an athletic counselor by the Wolverines: Belts, backup quarterback to Don Moretiead in 1969 and starling safety, in 1970; 'will direct academic counseling and tutoring service for all athletes and serve as a liaison between coaches, athletes and university academic personnel. resignation, said Milton Nagy. Nine of the ordained women were present at various limes during Ihe meeting. The resolution also decried the actions of four bishops involved in the ordination ceremonies in Philadelphia on July 29. However, the delegates dropped a' separate action vhich could have led to the tripping of priestly orders of hree of those who officiated Jhe fourth attended the ce're- nony but did not participate. The Rt. Rev. John M. Allin presiding bishop of the church ;aid Ihe question was an inter lal matter and should not be seculai restricts Jockey Injured SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y Dirty -Time also makes t h e (AP) -- Jockey Angel Santiago o n e e-famous Spiro watch. was injured Thursday when he was thrown during the. ninth race at Saratoga Race Track. Santiago was thrown after his horse Imassiorted hit a fence at the quarter pole. The jockey was taken to Saratoga Hospital, but there was no report on his condition pending a full exam- COUPON BACKTO SCHOOL SERVICE SPECIAL! Shoots'Finger James Dee Ross of Summers vas released after treatment at VashiiVgton Regional Medical Center Thursday after suffering a gunshot-wound to his finger. Patrolman Don Bayles quoted :loss as saying he had been at a neighbor's home firing" a 32 caliber pistol and had. ..the first finger of his left hand at the end of the barrel when the gun discharged. Agnew resigned as vice presi- nlerpreted by the world as one which, lie freedom of women. However,lie said that any of the women who attempt lo practice priestly duties, or any bishop who allows them to do so, is subject lo discipline, including expulsion from the 3.2 million-member church, the American branch of the Anglican Church in- England. TERMITES ? CAU. ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL Roaches, Ants, Spiders, etc. COMMERCIAL 4 RESIDENTIAL.' · 442-7298 Building Vandalized Mrs. Richard Fox of 1800 W. 6,th St. told police. at mid-morning : Thursday that 'someone had'vandalized a building on her property Wednesday night. She said a door had been broken .ana.ibpards puUfed fijff a window, but nothing appeared to be missing. 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