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, ; 1 Ob :.:.'·'·- Area News Briefs iiiiniiiiiifiiiiiffliiintiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiinitiiiiffliiiiiraiiraii] Theft Discovered A small black and white television set and a mechanic's timing light were taken from Ihe Hatfield Ponliac Company, 1220 N. College Ave., some time during the past week. Police said a window in the building's back door was broken about a week ago and has never been replaced. A thief c o u l d have put his'hand through the broken glass and unlocked t h e door to gain entry, police surmise. , · Louisiana Holds ; Primary Election NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- Sen, Russell Long and five incumbent House members were up for renomination in Louisiana's primary election today. Long, a Democrat and chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, had token opposition from State Insurance Com- Obituary missioner Sherman and Annie Smart, Bernard Baton Queen Concordia Congressman John P a u l Haiauieisclunidt c r o w n c il Karla Ardemagni, daughter ..of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arde- niagni, Tonfitowri, Queen Con- cnrclm during a Friday niglit ceremony at the 1Gth annual Grape Festival. The Festival,, which began Thursday (o celebrate the grape harvest, will conclude tonight with a dance at the Catholic Church . Jiall and the Queen's presentation of a 1974 Ford Torino to a ticket holder, Break-In Attempted Vandalism and an attempted break-in at the Oklahoma Tire and Supply Company was discovered early Friday when police responded to the store's burglar alarm. The wires running from the alarm system to the alarm box were-cut causing the alarm to sound, police reports said. The building was not entered. Food Stolen Bags of potato chips, nuts, cookies and other food products ere stolen from the Kitty Clo- Warehouse on North West reet Thursday evening or ear- Friday. Police said entry 'was gained / i bending a piece of metal vering on the west door, then aching through and removing e locking pin. Value of the olen items was estimated at 5. pital King Hussein Ends Talks On Military Aid WASHINGTON (AP) - King Hussein of Jordan winds up a two-day private visit today with talks with U.S. Defense Secretary James Schlcsinger Jr. on the five-year military assistance program to modernize military forces in the Arab kingdom.; The mid - morning meeting completes Hussein's visit here, which also included talks with --President Ford and Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger on a Middle East settlement and attendance at a White House dinner dance -- the first given by the new President and Mrs. Ford.. Jordan has maintained close ties with the United States and · is regarded here as a key element in any permanent scltle- -.-. pint of the Middle East problem. Hussein is beset on two sides with Feydayecn guerrillas and Israeli forces who are occupying the west bank of the Jordan River. : The Ford administration Is asking Congress for close .to $150 million in military assistance for Hussein in the current fiscal year. The United States provides a wide range of items for the -king, including aircraft, ammu nition, communications equip menl, vehicles, weapons and self-propelled artillery. Defense authorities consider that modernizing Hussein's army helps to h o l d in check disruptive elements seeking to erode a negotiated peace settle' rrient. ^ Hussein said he was fully satisfied with his talks with Fort and Kissinger and following his departure today for home will participate in the next step to ward a negotiated settlement in the Middle East. Informal Talks Continue In Capital Strike LITTLE ROCK (AP) --Infor- ;al talks between the city of ittle Rock and 300 striking onunifonned city employes ay be leading to negotiations, union spokesman, said Friday, Jeanie Lambie, president; 'of ouncil 38 of the American ederation of State, County and lunicipal Employes, said mo- ale still was high among the triking employes. The 300 members of Local 994 ent on strike Monday. City lana-ger Carleton E. McMullin aid Thursday striking employs had been self-terminated be- iuse of their refusal to come ack to work. He said the city still would old informal talks with the.un- 3n in an effort to renew nego- ations. , Mrs. Lambie said Friday that more informal contacts had een made Thursday. She did ot elaborate except to say the nion was hopeful the talks might lead to negotiations. The" major demand of the un- on is for a written agreement management policy signed y both the city and the union. ;. Accident Reported "Gary Lee Pierce, 21, of E. Sycamore, was slightly in jiired Friday morning in a twi ear accident at Hwy. 71 am East Sixth Street. · According to police reports fierce was eastbound on Sixl Street when he stopped for th flashing red light at Hwy. 7! A car behind him driven b Joseph Delmar Starr, 22, of 172 W. Mitchell, struck the Pierc vehicle in the rear. 'Starr told police he looke down at a notebook when hi vehicle jumped or rolled for ward. Starr was charged wit driving a car with an expire vehicle license. 212 N. Kart AT?. Fay«l(eTl!le, Art, 72701 Published dailr and Sunday except January 1, July 4, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Seccnd Class Postage Paid at Fayetteville, Aril. ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Tress Is entitled e* olusively [o (he use for republic*- tinn of all local news primed in this newspaper as well M at) AP news dispatches. stmscmrnox n.ATF.3 EHeatve Octooer 1. 1S73 Tloma Delivery Per month by carrier _ -.._.._ £ . Biatfe copy daily 10c r Sunday 25c U.S. Mall In Washington, Bcnton, Jfadlsoa Cx ties. Ark,, Adalr c*),, ofcta.: 8 months _6 monllis 1 YBAR City Box Sectjon I 9.50 18.00 30.00 JO.00 Outside above counl'es: » months , _.t I 9.50 6 months 58.00 I YEAR Si.OO i/J, 31 AIT, SUBSCRIPTIONS PAVABIJ3 Cf ADVANCE Four Local Men Arrested Today Four Fayetteville men were irrested for alleged possession if a 12:30 controlled substance at a.m. today when police discovered a plastic bag of sus peeled marijuana and a partly smoked cigarette inside their vehicle. Police slopped the vehicle on Vest Dickson Street for nol laving Arkansas license plates The officers had previously varned the driver of the ve licle, Thomas Farmer, 23, ol Southgate Trailer Park, againsl Iriving the · vehicle withoul Arkansas tags. When the officers approachec he car, they detecled an odor of marijuana and localed Ihe substance in the car. Farmer was arrested '.for no vehicle license and no driver: license in addition to possession of a controlled .substance. Passengers in the car, Reggii Couch, 21, Phillip D. Grubbs 1!), both of 12 W. South St. and Richard Ford Dixon, 17, o Route 7, were all arrested to: possession of a controlled sub stance and are to appear fo arraignment in Municipal Cour Aug. 23. Damage Suit Filed Againsl AMPI DALLAS (AP) - A Dalla milk retailer filed suit Frida against Associated Milk Pro ducers, Inc., (AMPI), the na lion's largest dairy cooperative seeking huge divestitures o A.VIPf assets in Texas and oth er states. Schepps Dairy, Inc., brough the anti-trust suit, seeking dam ages of $180,000. The suit ask U.S. District Court Judge Rob ert Porter to order AMPI lo d vest itself of each previously in dependent cooperative it ha acquired since 1969. The dairy's lawyers cite large campaign contributions t former President Nixon's re election campaign as an over act to what they called AMPI monopoly power over the Texa milk market. The suit also claims s e c r e rebates to Schepp's compe itors. Schepps unsuccessfully r quested several limes that fo: mer Agriculture Secretary Cli ford Hardin investigate the Sa Antonio - based company, th suit claims. AMPI operates" f o r 40,00 dairy producers. Conway Man Is Arrested For Slayings MORRTLTON, Ark. (AP) -- heriff Marlin Hawkins of Conay' County said early today onway County man in his ear' 40s had been arrested in con- eclion with the .slayings early riday of a mother and two of er children at the Sunnyside ommimity, about 20 m i l e s orth of here. Hawkins said the man was a ative.. of Solgohachia in Conay ; County. He said charges "ficially would be filed this ibrning. The bodies were found in the ving .room of their mobile ome. Hawkins identified the vic- ms as Sue Keith, 28, James andall Keith, 6, and Carolyn ue Keith, 3. Hawkins said they ad- been beaten with a blun' istrument ^apparently a tele hone -- and that their throats ad been cut. Hawkins said 12 officers were 'orking house to house in the icihity searching for clues. State "· Police investigators Iso were on the scene. "We're going to comb every nch of. the territory in an effor establish a motive," said Hawkins. The sheriff called the slay ngs "one of the most brutal, i not the most brutal...that ha: ccurred in Conway County ii my 24 years in the sheriff's of ice." Judge Mehaffy Announces Refiremen ST. ' LOUIS (AP) -- Chie Judge Pat Mehaffy, the onl native Arkansan ever to hav erved as chief judge of th U.S. 8th Circuit Court of -Ap )eals, plans to retire Aug. 31 one of bis secretaries con "irmed Friday. ·..Betty Stobaugh said Mehaf ·y's'.doctors had advised him t retire due to poor health. Sh said" 'Mehaffy could recove much more quickly if he wer not working. She said Mehaffy had nolifie President Ford of the retire ment dale, which will be Ih lllh anniversary of his takin 'he oath of office. Mehaffy was appointed b .he late President Kennedy i 1963. Mehaffy became chie judge July 14, 1973. Meliaffy holds the highest ol 'ice in the federal judicial sys tern ever attained by a nativ Arkansan. The 8th Circuit Court serve Arkansas,' Minnesota, Iowa Missouri, Nebraska, North Da kofa and South Dakota. Mehaffy was born in Litt Rock on Oct. 8, 1904. Housing Starts Decline in July WASHINGTON (AP) -- Tl biggest slump in history in tl number of housing starts ha apparently not touched botto -- meaning more unemplo ment and continuing hii prices are in store. That was Ihe reaclion of go ernment and industry ecoii mists to the news Friday th the number of new homes star cd in July was the smallest more than four years. The Commerce Departme said construction starts in Ju slipped lo an annual rale Just under 1.34 million "nil This was down 16 per cent fro June and the lowest figu since May of 1970. FORMER SENATOR . dies in "Washington has- Sen. Mundt Dead At 74 Rouge black woman active in welfare causes. , In the 6th Congressional Ds- trict, Rep. John Rarick, 'SO, faced a lively challenge from two young candidates who attacked his conservative voting record, Jeff LaCaze, 29, a tele vision announcer, and Greg Eaton, 26, an attorney. Heavily favored to win re- nomination and subsequent reelection in November were Reps. F. Edwad Hebet in the 1st District, Lindy (Mrs? Hale) Boggs in the 2nd, Otto E. Passman in the 5th and John B. Beaux in the 7th. Three other incumbents a r e unopposed in the primary, Democrats Joe vD. Waggoner Jr. in the 4th District, Gillis W. Long in the 8th and Republican Dave Treen in the 3rd District, MRS. TILLIE SLAUGHTER ' Mrs. Til!ie M. Slaughter, 80, formerly .of the Son's Chapel area, died Aug. 15 in Porterville, Calif. Born April 8, 1894 in Marcellina, Mo., t h e daughter of Harrison W. and Mary R o d y Lower, she was a Baptist. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Marie Browning and Mrs. Marietta Homer both of Porterville;two brothers, Henry Lower of Porterville and Clarence Lower of Fayetteville; three grandchildren and · two great- grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 2 '.m. Monday at Myers Chapel i Porterville with burial in Vandalia Cemetery. WASHINGTON (AP) -- Former Sen. Karl E. Mundt of Soutli Dakota, an ally of Richard M. Nixon in the anti-Communist battles of the 1950's, is dead at 74. Mundt died Friday at Georgetown University Hospital here of a heart ailment. Funeral services are planned in Madison, S.D., next Wednesday. The former Rcpublian senator retired in 1972, three years after suffering a stroke. He had Auto Vandalized When Larry Stanfield of oute 7 returned to his car Fri- ay morning, he discovered the eering wheel had been taken uring the night. Along with the steering wheel, everal other car parts stored his 1967 Malibu's trunk were tolen. These included two tires, ne dual line carburetor, a high se intake valve and a set of ippet covers. Stanfield said his ar was parked in Baldwin hen the theft occurred. Laundry Stolen A man's laundry was taken om the washing machine at le -Skullcreek apartments late riday, police said today. Jay oneycutt, 216 Fletcher, said he as absent from the laundry bout 15 minutes. When he-re^ urned, he found the clothing one. been in luding House. Mundt was Congress 34 years, five terms in the acting, chairman Window Smashed F.verette Cole, 19 W. Sixth St., old police the left rear window ' his private ambulance was roken out Thursday night or 'riday morning while parked t his residence. ABA Meet Ends With Message From Ford Criticism Irritates LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Dr. James L. Dennis, vice president for health sciences at the University of Arkansas Medical Center, said Friday his "blood is boiling" from critical remarks made about the UACM's family practice program. Dr. James G. Price, president of the American Academy of Family Practice Physicians, said Thursday there was "little or no full-blown cooperation" between department heads and administrators such as Dennis. H e also criticized the UAMC's policy of not allowing family practice residents to admit patients at the medical center and said many department Broker Shools Own Children LITTLE SILVER, N.J. (AP) -- The world of securities broker Robert E . . Mottcrshead came apart at the seams Friday, punctuated by the shooting of two of his children, one,fatal- y. Police said Mottershead took an old revolver and shot his son and daughter -- to send them o heaven. Mottershead, 44, whose wife is dying of cancer, was trembling and appeared dazed during his arraignment a few hours after the shootings. He was charged with murder and attempted murder. Killed was Michael Moller. shead, 10. His sister Holly', 13, was in critical condition at Riverview Hospital in Red Bank, following surgery for removal of a bullet from her head. Poice said they arrived at the home shortly after Motle- shead's wife, Eugnia, 39, took a rifle and an old ,38-caliber revolver from him as he stood, apparently in a stupor, in: the den where the children were shot. The- boy was on the floor in a sleeping bag and the. girl was asleep on a sofa bed. , "He said 'he wanted to take their, lives, that they \yould go to heaven," Police Chief John Foster said: "His wife has cancer, and that may have triggered the whole thing." Police'said"the children were sleeping in the their room was den because occupied by . Purses Stolen Two women's purses were ost or stolen Friday. Becky ook, 2781 Stagecoach Dr., told olice she lost her purse and iillfold at the local K-Mart Store vhile shopping Friday after- oon. The purse contained cre- it cards, identification, check- looks and a small amount of asb. of the House Committee on Un- American Activities during its hearings in 1948 on the case of Alger Hiss. Former President Nixon, then a young, congressman from California, was a member of the committee and came to national prominence through his work on the case. Mundt and Nixon did most of the congressional sleuthing in the case. Mundt is reported to have coined the historic phrase "pumpkin papers" for documents relating to Hiss which Whittaker Chambers kept in a hollowed-out pumpkin on his Maryland farm. Hiss, a former State Department official, was convicted of perjury - for swearing under oath that he did not pass secret information to Communist agents. Mundt and Nixon also Jointly sponsored a bill to require registration of- Comunist party members. It passed the House but failed in the Senate. Later, the main points cf it were incorporated into the Internal Security Law of 1959. Mundt authored the legislation which created the Voice of America, saying a European trip had convinced him of the need to - broadcast American views to listeners abroad to counteract Soviet propaganda. In the Senate, he served as temporary chairman of the Investigations Committee which held hearings on the dispute bet w e e n Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy. R-Wis., and the Army. He was an early advocate of nuclear weapons control, saying that without such curbs "civilization will crash in atomic war." Mundt, Associated Press Writer HONOLULU .(AP) -- The American Bar Association has ended its 37th annual convention after being urged by President Ford to continue its efforts "to prevent the scales of justice from tilting." As the meeting ended on Friday, James D. Fellers of Oklahoma City succeeded Chesterfield Smith of Lakeland, Fla., as president of the 185,000- member legal fraternity. Fellers, 61, told newsmen he shares the concern of many of his colleagues about the image of lawyers in the wake of Watergate, caused in part because so many Watergate figures were attorneys. in a 300-word message read to- the 6,000 convention dele- ·gates on B^riday, Ford called the legal profession a vital national resource. "Your - energy and involvement renew our hopes for the future," Ford said. "You must go on in your efforts to prevent the scales of heads felt threatened and dubious about the program. Dennis said Price's remarks threatened the family practice program, which he said was "the newest infant" in the medical program; . He said wh,en the program was initiated in 1970 there was a negative attitude among department chairmen. "I don't hear that negativism anymore," he said. Dr. John A. Tudor, acting chairman of the medical center's department of family and community medicine, said he agreed. . "There's always some resistance against the concept, but I think it's . . changing," Tudor said. Mottershead's mother, who was caring for his wife. Both women were hospitalized Friday in shock. Wilma Watson, of Route eported leaving her purse justice from tilting. "Our through nation has some of its passed darkest hours, but the life of our land is perpetuated -- and even generated .-- because of the a telephone booth at the Dillon's ood store on Hwy. 71. The irown purse contained $100 in :ash, a checkbook and identifi- :ation. Office Ransacked While routinely checking doors at the Mistletoe Express Company Friday night, an employe discovered one door lad been forced open. Further investigation showed that ser eral office drawers were ransacked. However, owner Bill Brewer did not find any items missing. born in Kumboldt, S.D., was elected to Congress in 1938 after scrying as a high s c h o o l superintendent and chairman of the speech department at Dakota State College. Mundt never appeared in the Senate chamber after his 1969 stroke.-Twenty-six months after he was stricken, Senate Re- righteousness of America, the wisdom of-our judicial and leg- i s l a t i v e system and the strength of character of the American people." Watergate, the transition of power in Washington and the potential 'prosecution of former President Richard M. Nixon dominated the week-long convention. The association's official legislative body, the House of D e l e g a t e s , unanimously adopted a resolution on Thursday that declared no one, regardless of "position or status," should get special treatment under the law. Fellers said the bar has no business trying to tell Watergate prosecutor Leon Jaworski what to do. "We've tried to put this- behind us," he said of Watergate. publicans took dented step of the unprece- unseating him from three key Senate committees, opening the way to promotion for junior senators. Mundt is survived by his widow, the former Mary E. Moses. They had no children. Three Bicycles Reported Stolen Three bicycles were reported stolen in the Fayetteville area Friday, police said today. Martha Cox, 436 North Oliver Ave., told police her son's green 20 inch bike was taken from the vicinity of the municipal swimming pool in the city park. Another 20 inch boy's' bike was stolen from Ihe owner's house at 356 E. Prospect, Margaret Ledgerwood reported to police. Roy Fuller said his 10-speed green man's bike was taken from his residence, 835 Lawson Milk Ad Challenged WASHINGTON (AP) -- The 'everybody needs milk" adver- ising campaign is the subject f a complaint by the Federal Trade Commission. The ads featured swimming champ Mark Spitz, baseball jitcher Vida Blue, dancer Ray Bolger and Abigail Van Buren, - columnist. Bolger claimed dancers have to be aware of the dangers of arthritis and that he maintains has calcium balance with milk. St., and' a pink left in its place. girl's bicycle Fina Agrees To Pay DALLAS (AP) -- American Petrofina, a Dallas company, plagued by complaints over gasoline which clogged automobile enrgines, has promised to pay all costs. The gasoline involved was reined at the Fina plant al Mount Pleasant, Tex. Chief complaints have come from Oklahoma, where three individ uals filed a $2 million class ac linn suit because of damage to their car's motors. A Fina spokesman said Fri day that the exact distribution of the batch of bad gasoline is not known. It was thought lim ited to Arkansas, Louisiana southeastern Oklahoma, Easl Texas and Dallas County, Six Persons Dead tn Auto Crash NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Six persons died when a car loaded with youngsters collided with a second automobile that went out of control on a wet road. Police said it was raining heavily at the time of the accident Friday night or/ Ashland City Highway, a hilly, winding road in Davidson County. The victims were identified as Treva Nicole Forbes,. six months, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Forbes of Ashland City, Tenn.; Pamela J. Forbes, 17, the baby's aunt; Leona Kay Barefoot, 9, V a n 1 e e r, Tenn.; Sandra Jo Heggie. 14, Ashland City; Henry Carney, 63, of Chapmansboro, Tenn.; and Carney's wife, Mabel, 58. Carney and his wife were rid- in in one car and the other four were in the second vehicle, driven by Miss Forbes, police said. Criticism (CONTINUED FHOM PAGE ONE) produce the same result. "I think there might be a partial rollback as part of a contingency plan GM had," said another analyst, D a v i d Haley of Drcxel, Burnham and Co., in New York. "I expect it won't come right away," Healey added. "But if Congress moves quickly to reestablish the Cost of Living Council, you might see a partial rollback before the prices go into effect in September." President Ford has called for the resurrection of the CLC. which went out of business last April. "The CLC will get into discussions with General Motors, and GM will make a small rollback to look like good citizens," Healey. predicted. A few analysts, however, don't expect GM to budge from its announced pricing plans for the fall. , · 'GM won't b a c k down because it feels it needs it the increase," saicmfwypdal' increase," said an auto watcher for a New York brokerage house. . . Ford (CONTINUED FHOM PAGE OSE) affairs, economic problems, the changeover from the Nixon ad- mi nistra lion and how to put his own stamp on the White House. Some of his visitors emerged predicting that Ford the President would have a broader, perhaps more liberal, view than Ford the congressman, responsible only constituency. to a Michigan The new President got plenty of advice dining his first week, including a suggestion on Friday from Nixon's favorite labor leader. Teamsters President Frank E. Fitzsimmons, w h o proposed a freeze on all prices and wages and financial transactions including interest rates and dividends as well. Ford major Adult Center Program Set What's In A Name LITTLE ROOK (AP) -What's in a name? For lawyer Pamela Walker of Little Rock, the name could keep her from voting. The Pulaski County Board of Voter Registration decided Friday to get legal help to determine whether a married woman can use her maiden name to register. The board voted to direct the prosecuting attorney to g e t a court declaratory judgment on whether a woman, using her maiden name professionally, also can vote using her maiden name. Pulaski Jackson County Clerk Charles maintains that the listened and made no policy pronouncements woman must change her name on her voter registration' to that of her husband. . The Walker woman appealed Jackson's refusal to register her under her maiden name. She maintains that the law . allows her to use her maiden name. Programs are announced for the week of August 19-23 at the Community Adult Center. Dianne Thompson, vocalist will be. guest pferformer Monday. Howard Helm, chief probation officer for the Washington County Juvenile Court ;will discuss Youth Bridge Inc. which administers the three juvenile resident facilities in the county on Wednesday. John Morris will relate experiences of a visit to Bogata on Friday. All persons 50 years of age or older are invited to attend the program at th er. etcCns the programs at the Center. Further informalin is available by calling 443-3512. as he felt his way in his new job. A speech to the Veterans of Foreign Wars in Chicago on _,, ,, T1 ,: -- r ut vign »Y«ai o in v^ni\-uu vii Miss Van Buren attributes her Monday is expected to provide ack of colds to milk drinking. . . · * . . » · . . The FTC, however, contends hat milk will not help prevent colds or arthritis and instead could aggravate certain al- crgies. a vehicle for a foreign policy and national security statement. FEA Criticized WASHINGTON (AP) -Charges by a former Federal Knergy Administration official that the agency ignores the iceds of consumers have been denied by FEA head John Sawhill. The charges came from Dr. Lee Richardson, former director of the FEA's consumer affairs office, who resigned last week. Richardson charged that he was left out of the policymaking process and that the agency, over his objections, took or condoned action which cost consumers more than $5 billin in added fuel costs. Bernstein Tours AUCKLAND, N.Z. (AP) -Conductor Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic kicked off a four of New Zealand and Australia with the world premiere of a suite Bern- sfein arranged from his ballet "Dybuk." ETV Funds Approyed Ark. (AP) -has been ap- JONESBOKO, Federal funding proved for what the Arkansas Educaliona Tcevision Commission hopes will be the first of four new educational television stations. Channe 19 at Jonesboro should be operational within one year, according to commission director Lee Reaves. The federal Health, Education and Welfare Department has announced approval of a $481,039 grant for Hie Jonesboro station. The grant is to be matched by an equal amount of state funds. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! 11 you cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONE 442-O4Z Dally 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 «.m. EPA Eases Standard WASHINGTON (AP) - Another battle s brewing over air pollution, with the Environmen- al Protection Agency propos- ng to let states decide whether clean air or industrial and economic growth is more impor- ant. Under the EPA proposal stales would be allowed to pol- ute existing clean air if they decide economic and industrial irowth is more important. The Sierra Club, which ear- ier won a Supreme Court decision forbidding "significant deterioration" of existing clean air, promised a court chalenge o the plan. Gunshot Fatal LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Obie King, 19, of the College Station area of Little Rock was fatally shot Friday during an argu ment over some money al Freddie's Pool Hall here, police said. Willie Eackles, 20, ot College Station was wounded in the in cident. Eackles told the polce thai as he was leaving the pool hall he heard three or four shots one of which struck him in the forehead, Eackles 'said King and another man had been ar guing over some money noa: the rear. o[ the pool hall WORSHIP KNOWS NO CALENDAR Some select Sunday as a day of worship. Otheri prefer fn- day orSaturday. Buttht solacs of worship knows no boundaries--temporal or spatial. Soma,find their God In church. Others seo him In · spring sunrise, or in a fresh-mown meadow at dusk. CrilloYin oft find peace In an evening prayer. Each seeks peace In his own way. All place their trust In · Supreme Being 2nd worship as conscience dlctatas. Why not |oln them? You, too, can find solace and guidance In prayer. Phone 443-5438 or 442-8111 WELCOME NEWCOMERS! ·ft» this coupon t let m ..-:aw you're Iwr*. Him* Address , City ( ) Fl««« h«v« th* Wtlum* Wagon Hoiteii call en rn*. ( ) I would like | a ,ubKrlfc« «· th. H.W. Ark. 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