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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurs., Aug. 22, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS New Teachers Welcomed Mrs. Sherry Price, (second If ram left), president of the ;Fayetteville Education Assoc- Jiation welcomes new teachers ;'at the Teacher Appreciation Breakfast held Wednesday morning at FnycttevHIe High School, cast campus. Mrs. Price greets, from left. Donna Harriman, who will teach at Butterfielrt School; Barry Henslein, biology teacher at FHS and Jacqueline Grllfln, a new member of the. Bates School faculty. The association also sponsored an open , house for new teachers at the home of Mr. add Mrs. D o n Deweese, 742 N. Sang, Tuesday night. The reception was attended by approximately 50 educators. (TIMESpholo by Ray Gray) Senate (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONI) per cent increase in monthly benefits. Ford has .said he will not hestiate to veto the measure if he finds it inflationary. · : '.-- An attempt in the House Ways and Means Committee to reach a compromise on national health insurance collapsed amid disagreement on how to finance the would cover program virtually which American's health needs. · --The House authorized every the first study since 1959 of foreign 'investments in this country. Several congressmen said foreigners are buying up coal and other minerals in dangerous quantities. 1974 'Cover-Girl'' On Romantic Beam Ford Proclaims Women's Day WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Ford today signed legislation and a proclamation declaring Aug. 26 as Women's Equality Day and urged the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution. "You're making headway every day," Ford told 13 congresswomen who Hanked him during the Cabinet Room signing ceremony. He said that over the years women "have had to do twice ,as well as men to get half as much credit" and added: "We've got to change that." In the proclamation, he declared, "The time for ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment has come just as surely as did the 19th Amendment" which gave women the right to vote on Aug. 26, 1920. ... Then, turning to the congress women surrounding his chair, he asked how many more stales inust join the ratification 'process for the amendment to become a part of the Constitution. When ne was ifjid mat five were needed, he said, |"Good luck to you." ' At the ceremony were Reps. .Bella S. Abzug, D-N.Y., House sponsor of the Equality Day resolution; Corinne C. Boggs, :D-La.; Yvonne Brathwaite Burke, D-Calif.; Shirley Chi- sholrn, D-N.Y.; Cardiss Collins, D-Ill.; Ella T. Grasso. D-Corm.; Margaret M. Heckler, R-Mass.; Marjorie S. Holt, R-Md.; Elizabeth Holtzman, D-N.Y.; Bar- .bara C. Jordan, D-Tex.; Patsy ·.T. Mink, D-Hawaii; Patricia Schroeder, D-Colo.; and Leonor : K. Sullivan, D-Mo. . N E W YORK (AP) -- The! teen scene may he on a romantic beam if this year's newly selected 1974 Cover Girl, pretty Sheri Dolph of Ontario, ,Calif., is an indication. She writes love songs, likes to have, hoys open doors for her, might like to have lived in the gala times of "Gone with the Wind" (without the war), and she's not only eagerly looking forward to marriage --"I'm really close" -she says, but her plans include "a feminine bridal outfit." She also looks forward to having at least one girl and one boy, "and if I don't get one of each I'll try again/' And she'll have a child four years after 'she gets married, says the brown-haired, blue- eyes, soon-to-be-18-year-old. At the finals in New York she was designated as Cover Girl in the 13t!i annual competition to find the girl who "typifies the American ideal of charm, personality, perfect grooming, fresh good looks and character." ., .TO STUDY MUSIC Sheri plans to'go to California 'olytechnic University in Po mona where she hopes to study music. She has won a piano award at a music camp, bu Couniy Tax Office To Close Next Week The office of the Washington · County Tax Collector will be closed August 27-29 . Mrs. Sarah Walker, county collector, said the closing of the office is necessary because ol the remodeling of the office part of the renovation of the courthouse which is underway. The offices will reopen August 30. 212 N. East AT*. FajelOrtHe, Art, -JZ701 FnMstied daily nc-a Sanfav January 1. Joly 4, Tfcankszlvl Christmas, Crass Postage Paid at Fayelteviflej Ark. MEMBER ASSOCIATED FRKflS The Associated Press Is entitled «- clusivrly to the use for republics- tion of all local news printed in this dispatrties. as as all AP n«ws SUBSCRIPTION RATES Eftecfoa October 1. 1973 TTame Delivery Pf: month by carrier ,.__ $3.25 Hingle copy daily IDc. Sunday 25c U.S. Mall In WashlnaloTi, Benln, Madlfoa Cooa- tleg. Ark,, Adalr Co., Okla.: S months - 1 YEAR . CHy Bwr Section . 16.00 30.00 40.00 Outi1d« afxm count 'es: 3 months _____________ 6 months 1 YEAR _J ----------------- jf 00 ________ , __ 13 0Q AiJj MA n, PAVABLE LV ADVA.\CB NEW YORK STOCKS Opining Prlcei . Furnished By hed By . Edwanl» Ark Best Corp iy 4 Amer Tel' Tel '.'.42-1 Ark La Gas m Baldwin T 7% Campbell Soup 26?: Central S W Chrysler Del Monte _. Dillards .....'.'. Easco A G Edwards 37 Emerson 231 Exxon .". Ford ' 35'j Frontier Air Gen Growth Gen Mtrs 33? Gordon Jewelry 71, Intl Harv .'. 20} r-T-E Imperial i: J C Penney '., 5 Lev! Strauss 2 I.ing Temco 9', Marcor 26 1 / Pan Am World Air 2? Phillips Petro 43', Pizza Corp 91 Pizza Hut Ralston T 31V Safeway ·. 3 Sears 62? Scott Paper Shakespeare 5 1 / Sou Pac Texaco 2 Tri Stale Mtrs 9' Union Carbide 41 7 United Air 27 5 Victor Wai Mart .- 155 Ark West Gas .'. 12H-13 1 Kearney Natl 514- Minute Man 2"A-2 Pioneer Foods 4%-5 H K Porter 32W-33V Std Regis 1214-13 Tyson Foods 5-5V Yellow Frt 35V.-3 Averages Inds down 4.! Trans down l.i Utils down S Volume 3.900.00 Commodity Openings Sept corn 3.55' Nov soybeans 7.i Sept eggs 56.5 Fen pork bellies 55.5 Dec wheat 4.5 MISSED YOUR PAPER WE'RE SORRY! If you cannot reach yoor TIMES carrier PHONE «2-«24l Datly 5 to 6:80 p.m. Saturday 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. Obituary GENE GOFF Gene Goff, 73, long-time for- \cr Faycltcville resident and wner of Verna Lee Farms, icd Wednesday in an Ocala, la. hospital. He was active in he oil business and also opera- cd Verna Lee Farms in Ocala. Survivors include the widow, Irs. Verna Lee Goff of the ome and one son. Dash of cala. Arrangements will be an- tounccd by Moore's Chapel. K1MBERLEY HICKEY Sprlngdale--Kimberley Hick, day-old daughter of Danny {ay and Gail Watkins Hicke'y, died :,Tuesday at Springdale Memorial Hospital. Survivors in addition to the iarents are the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray lickey ot Alma and the mater- 1 a 1 grandfather, Warren Watkins of Stihvell, Okla. Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the New Hope Cemetery at Stilwell under di- ection of Sisco Funeral Chapel. MRS. STELLA CHRISTENSON Mrs. Stella Inez Christenson, 4, resident of Fayetteville died Vednesday at her home. She vas born May 1, 1910 in Fayetteville, the daughter of Robert E. and Elva E. Cook ;uist. She is survived by three brothers, Frank, Albert arid Winfield Guist, all of Fayette- ille; four sisters, Mrs. Idabel Lee of Bartlesville, Okla., Mrs. iusie Rich, Mrs. Francis Mc- C l i n t o n and Mrs. Clara 'ousche, all of Fayelteville. Funeral service will be 10:30 a.m. Friday in the chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home with 'Urial in National Cemetery. asn't really Involved in musi Chaffey High School. He oal is to write music for mov s'-' or commercials. But sh so might like to work for ishion magazine. "I like to write love song nd I've written a lot of them, says- She once won a ward for one, although sh as n't really given the song ames. They are recurrent m cal themes of a young girl i ive,:she says. She and her fiance, Jol flcMurray, will have a garde vedding, she says. There n oubt will he flower girls an works and she'll hope for h e t r a d i t i o n a l wedding resents. "I'm hoping to combine a ca- eer and motherhood -- maybe some piano teaching and hat sort of thing," she ex- lained. But she isn't sure. "My boy friend has a lot of Id-fashioned morals. He's a lot . fun though, likes to do all orts of things and enjoys inter- sting places. Right now he Is vater - skiing. on · the Colorado liver so he doesn't know I've von the contest .unless he has :alled my parents." Sheri was being interviewed it the excitingly decorated hair ;alon of Louis Guy D in New York. It is done in colorful eds, yellows and so on, hut iheri wasn't up to the flashy House To Study Foreign Investments decor. The whirlwind activities and being selected Cover Gir] lad put such a strain on ha emotions that her smiles ranged from weakly pleasant to ;amely pleasant. But the nervousness was nothing new. She 'had been scared" when she von a regional designation. LIKES SHORT HAIR "My hair was down to my ivaist.when I came East, but I like'it .short," she said.of her new hairdo. "I mrght let ;row for the wedding though ohn didn't seem to like t .dea of the short hair when :old him. Most men like long lair, but usually they like lonj plonde hair which I neve had'" John, 21, works for a con struction company and ha plans to own his own business She's already thinking abou the kind of home they'll have ir terms of "lots of indoor plant and, hopefully, a swiminin pool." Her favorite color is yel low so it will be a "sunshin house." Although the women's move merit hasn't changed her ideas many of them old-fashionec she supports the Equal Right Amendment because "thou sands of women mrght bcnefi from the educational opportur. Jlies." A speaker from the Na tiona! Organization for Wome persuaded a lot of males at he high school that "Women's Li isn't just a lot of ladies burnin their bras." Many are workin hard to achieve fairness fo women, she says. The $1,000 she won in the con test is going into the bank to b added to another ?1,000 she ha saved working in a variety o jobs -- baby sitting, giving p ano lessons, the local depar ment store. The store job ha made her aware of charrgin fashions. But "John has goo taste in clothes" and she re spects his suggestions. In addition to the winnin check and other awards -makeup, a new hairdo, a fash ion ensemble and a saving bond -- provided to all sem finalists, Sheri's face will appear on the cover of the Octi ber issue of Co-ed, one of th sponsors of the annual conies She'll also be pholographed fo a national four-color advertise ment for a product of anoth sponsor, the Noxell Corp. How does she care for he pretty complexion, now golden tan? "I use hot water and soap rinsing it off with cold wate and I use astringent an moisturizing lotion when It needed." As for makeup sh uses blush, mascara (pattels lipstick and eye shadow to em phasize her bright blue eyes. WASHINGTON (AP) -Spurred by warnings that foreigners are buying up coal and other minerals in ' dangerous quantities, the House has authorized the first study since 1959 of foreign investments, in this country. Rep. John H. Dent, D-Pa., and others said that the pace of foreign investment is quickening. " Dent's amendment to speed the study was adopted Wednesday by voice vote, then the -louse passed the bill 324-29 and ent it to the Senate. Dent said "foreigners are uying up all the coal they can it all over Pennsylvania" and are controlling supplies the nited States is counting on in e next century. He s a i d 4he Commerce Dear tment has ignored the prpb- m and is instead encouraging ven more foreign investment n the name of balancing the .S. trade deficits. Dent's amendment would cut le time for the study's interim eport from 18 to 12 months and would cut the time allotted or the final report from 2% to % years. The bill authorized 3 million for the study by the ecretaries of Commerce and Treasury. The study would determine lie size both of foreign direct nd portfolio investments in the United States. It would analyze the magni- ,ude and rate of t h e s e investments, the reasons for hem, the ways they are ac- .omplished and their significance and effect. Three Prison Escapees Are A local man.was.among thret persons who escaped Wednesday morning from .-Cummins Prison Farm near Pine Bluff. The three were recaptured a short time later. Robert Lee Grubbs, 24, . of Fayetteville a l o n g with two others, escaped: from a work detail i n - a prison, pickup late Wednesday morning. Grubbs was serving H years from Washington County for the. bur- glarly of the sheriff's office. Two guns were taken from UIB evidence room in the burglary. The other escapees w . e r e identified as Alvie Arnold, 24, of Benlonville serving ...five years from :Benton County on charges of hog stealing ' and burglary, and Kenneth Johnson, 26, serving a sentence" from, Craighcad County. · V. THIS A-FRAME has been designed for full-time living, with all the comfort and convenience of the more traditional house, added to the special excitement found in the open spaces within. The main floor has 1,175 square feet, with two bedrooms. The master bedroom and a gallery loft are included in the upper level. Plan HA841V is by Fenick A. Vogel, Boom 505,48 W. 48th St.,New York, N.Y. 10036. Anyone wishing to learn the price of the blueprint san writs to the architect, including a stamped, self-addressed envelope. HELP STAMP OUT STRANGERS None are quits so alone at the stranger In town, or the newcomers.to the neigh jx)r- hood. .. ·",, ^ Remember your last mov? ...howyou feltac the moving van pulled away... howyou,, more than half wlstwd you'd never come? Spar* your new neighbors feelings such as these. Let the WelcomeWagon Hostess bring greetings and gifts to make them feel at home. ·. Help stamp out strangers. Call Welcome Wagon today at Garten Curry Is Found Dead Garlen E. Curry, 64, of Deane in the Ford (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) Oval Office with 12 Republican ifouse and Senate candidates, e were senators seeking reelection, two were House members doing the s a m e and the other was retired Air Force Col. Leo Thorsness, seeking Ihe seat of Sen. George McGovern, D-S.D. Ford also was at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., as the body of Rodger Paul Davies, the U.S. ambassador to Cyprus slain during a mob attack on the embassy in Nicosia, was returned to the United States. Ford eulogized the diplomat as man who "lost his life in the search for peace in America and all the world." Paper Folding CHICAGO (AP) -- A local television station reports that Chicago Today, the nation's fifth largest afternoon daily newspaper, will cease publication Sept. 13. WBBM-TV, a CBS owned-and- operated station, said oh Wednesday the decision to fold the newspaper was made Tuesday by Tribune Co., which owns both Chicago Today and the Chicago Tribune.. Chicago Today has an estimated circulation of 400,000. The Tribune, a morning paper, will begin pubishing afternoon editions Sept. 16, the station said. People Helping People Directors of --JL Funeral Service Itjf Services! MIDDLEBROOK, Mn. Laur* Alice -- Saturday. 10:30 a.m. Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter D yaSnlnts. Elder Loye Elliott officiating. Interment .Baptist Tord Cemetery. CHRISTCN30N, Mri. Stella Inn -- Friday. 10:30 a.m. chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home. Interment National Cemetery. Phone 443-5438 or 442-8111 at Wheeler, the son of Edward WELCOME NEWCOMERS! Use ITiis coupon lo let us know you're her*. Name was an employee of McClinton the handle of a lawn mower. Fayetteville police Patrolman Survivors are two sons, Ronald W. and Arlen V. ) PleaM have lh«' Welcome Wagon Hoiteu call on me. ) I would like to tubicrlDe to the N.W. Ark. TIMES mowing his lawn when he suf- Mrs. Gayle Bader of Lafayette, Solomon Road was found dead had run out of fuel. The yard Mrs. Cornne McCoy of Neosno, Coroner Dr. John Vinzant said Mo. and nine grandchildren. Fill out the.coupon and mall to TIMES,' Box D, Fayettevtril, Arfc. ' ····· Curry died of an apparent heart SELF SERVE SHOES Fay. 416 N. College Open 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Spr. Hiway 71 South Open 8-8 Mon. -Thurs. 99 Fri. Sat. ALL YOUR FALL SELECTIONS U1EST STYLE* FALL Bob Smart. Several Colors Sizes 6/2.12 Made in U.S.A. Great Selection of Oxfords, Loafers, and Children ' Canvas for Sizes8'/2-T3 KENS-BOYS SPORT SHOES 88 Women's and Men's Sizes Also ILL SUES FOAM LINED OXFORDS BOYS DRESS OXFORDS vsrcil Colo '5. Sevsrcil Color Comb.

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