Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 12, 1974 · Page 5
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September 12, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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»m Fl*f MATIOMAl. WtATW* Wfl/JW Mil ?M» MttQNM. mXTHMSMVte*, Weather Forecast Fair, clear weather is forecast for ihc Pacific coast slates Thursday. Colder weather is expected for most of Hie central .ijjea-. j$lli."Snow forecast for ·*£ the western plains, WaTiifweathcr is collected for tlie East with rain forecast along the. Anna lachians from the upper '.Mis sissippi to the SI. Lawienc Valley. (AP Wirohoto Map) Looting Reported In Mozambique Slam. LOURENCO MARQUES. Mo- imbique (AP) -- More looting .is been reported in the slums ' Lourcnco Marques, but rein- orccd Portuguese troops an- eared to be getting control of Report Asks Vision Test For License Renewal lozambique's seaside capital. Hundreds of soldiers were town from central and nortli- rn Mozambique throughout the day on Wednesday. The troops scaled off parts ol he city shortly before midnight is sporadic looting broke out igain in the African quarters. But military authorities said the situation was calmer than on Tuesday night. Authorities at Miguel Bombarda Hospital, where most civilian casualties svcrc taken, said 21 persons died at the hospital and the bodies of 29 olhei-s had been brought in since Tuesday. All but nine of the dead were blacks, he said. There were unconfirmed reports that as many as 200 were killed Tuesday after the collapse of a white settlers' rcbel- Insuremce Firm Bid I LONDON A1 -- The Associated Press erroneously re- jorted last. Saturday that Abu Dhabi had bid $106.5 million for Commercial Union Assurance Company. The bid of $1(10.5 million was submitted by Commercial Union, a British insurance giant, for the purchase of SI. Martin's Properly Corp., a British real estate firm. Kuwait bid $218.4 million for St. Martin's. Northwest Afkansos TIMES, Thuri., Sept. 12, FAYETTEVILLE, A R K A N S A S 1974 Little Enthusiasm WASHINGTON (AP) - State utility commissioners showed little lions enthusiasm by federal for suggcs- officials thai rate increases for electric power companies be speeded. At a meeting. Wednesday called "by Treasury Secretary William E. Simon, he and other federal officials encouraged fhe stale commissioners to hurry ale increases for utilities which have faced higher costs. The TIMES It On Top of Th* New* Seven Days a Week! KUSSELLVILLE, Ark. (API -- The Legislative Council re ceived a report Wednesday rec ommcnding new color nhoto ^, drivers 'licenses"and ? compulsory vision 1 test "for" li cense renewal every f o u . . . . . . . ,, , y ears [lion a'gamst the Portuguese The' recommendations are! government's agreement to contained in a report that was'give control of the government prepared by the Office of D r i v - ' t o Frelimo, the black guerrilla cr Service -- a branch of t h e ; m o v e m e n t that has fought the Finance and Administration Portuguese army to a stand- Department, still. The report said th'at it would Blacks celebrating the end ol cost the state about 82 cents. the rebellion went on a spree of Goal Set At $150,000 Fayetteville United Fund Drive Launched each to issue the new type of license, compared with about '16 cents each now. However, new licenses now are issued every two years for $6. Ray.rnoncT Archer of the Office of 'Driver 'Service, said be did not think the fee should be increased. The council referred the report to the Interim Revenue and Taxation Committee for study. The report, also contained these recommendations: --Establishment of a medical review board to make decisions case's in: which a driver's mentai or physical ability is questioned. --Establishment of a mandatory drivers' education program. ',:; --Transfer; of the responsi The Fayolleville United Fund drive to raise nearly $150,000 was formally launched with a luncheon Wednesday at the Holiday Inn for campaign workers. The audience of approximately 75 accepted the challenge issued by George · United Fund (Skip) Holland, Board president goal of $149,480. The audience, in campaign workers, included (be '11 industries of the city accounts for aHpcoximately two- thirds of the -total drive goal, and this driy'6"is£alr'eady underway. Other chairmen are Hayden M c 11 r o y , businesses; Don Grimes, Walter Jesser, and Ted Wylie, co-chairmen, city, county and state; Miss Betty Lighten, Pf. ooling and violence in the ram shackle slums on three sides o the city. The chief target of the ootcrs were small shops owned by Portuguese and Asians. A .hospital spokesman saic 171 wounded were hospitalizec and 200 more were treated ant released. Many refused to leav the hospital because they wer afraid, the spokesman said. The hospital said most of th injuries were inflicted b knives, stones or machetes, bu there were also several shotgu wounds. The downtown business sec lion escaped most of the vio lence but was virtually deser ed on Wednesday as the white look refuge in their homes an hotels. Offices, shops, ' restaurants bility-for the vehicle inspection : a n d b TM'* s ITM 1 ' 6 c , losed des ,P ile program from the Stale Police appeals by the military author -- - lues to reopen. The airport was lo meet the community services; Don Dyer, federal; Dr. J, ,13. Hays, chair-.H addition to man, Dr. Coy Kaylor, Frances I Ruclko, Richard Ezell. and Bob : F u l t o n pi-escntatives of contributing businesses and the agencies . supported by the United Fund ] Vandergriff and city officials. "Each year we face Gaddy, professional; Mrs. Mary ,, · · --:.,__.:..i. Harry residential; and Sherry and bigger challenge. This year schools and Royal Pope, new versily of Arkansas. Uni- the need of greater than the agencies ever before. is Mrs. rector Helen Bocquet is dr of the '.volunteers., who won't be easy, but I am confident it will be successful," said Holland, FUND CHAIRMAN Carl Collier and Larry Worsham, arc co-chairman, for the - drive., Collier introduced chairmen of the various It will assemble packets';and provide stenographic assistance at the United Fund Headquarters in the Collier Rexall Drug Store on Dickson. Also introduced were John Lewis, immediate pasl United · f u n d president; Ruth Ann | · McCandless, cxeculive sccrc- i visions. They are Millard G o f f . t a r y , Ed Froning and Frank Farrish, co-chair- jchariman and Jim Herrin, Irea- men, major gitls. This drive in i surer. The inovation was given Rug And Quilt Winners Named Prizes were awarded to persons exhibiting in the Rugs and the Quilts Dvisions at the Washington County Fair today. In the New Quilts category, Quilts, Caldwell Home of Springdale, first: Lena Belle second; and Lcola Gains of Fayetteville, third. Appliqucd Grave of Richard Purser of Wheeler, second: J.W. Foster of Spring- Quills, Florence Johnson, first; dale, third. Embroidered Q u i l t s : Mrs. A.L. Sanger of Fayetteville. firsl and Katherine M a r t a n of Springdale. second. Baby Quills, Marlcne Legal- ski of Fayetteviile, first; Mrs. third; C.H. Withcy of Fayetleville, second and Mrs. Howard Liles of Fayeltlevillc, third; Best Quilling, Mrs. White of ,uey Ball Fayetteville, of Johnson, first;! second U U I I V I 1 V W y ; t h e Sam Williams, pastor f Sefluoyah United Methodist L\J iuu oLdLt: ijicuuanig Bureau. -- Increasing the fee for vehicle inspections lo encourage mechanics to do a more thorough job of inspcctingg. Church. · ;;. REPORT MEETING Daman* (nil Filed CoJlier said the first report UOIIIOIJC JUM rllCU neeting will he held 'Sept. 30 mA the drive is expected to be completed by Oct. 15. A record of the drive will be kept jn United Fund charts to be placed in strategic areas, hrbnghout the city. ,' v The drive got off to an optimistic start with the announce- nent by George Shcllon that he First National Bank em- ployes have already completed .heir drive. Proceeds are up 33 3er cent over, last year and the institution reports 100 per cent participation for the third consecutive year. Sbelton also announced the . hank voted to increase the corporate contribution by 15 per cent. Collier introduced Don Tuller, of the First National Bank who is the execulive-cn-loan for the campaign. The luncheon concluded with the showing of a movie prepared by the United Way of America showing the need for wide cooperation in the drive. "There are no professional fund raisers in the local drive. If everyone gives their fair share we can complete the drive on the timetable we have established" said Collier. For Drug Effects LITTLE ROCK (AP) -i- Gloria , Potts ,bf ;CaliF6rnia '· 'has rilcd :; a-'$l!2 t 'mitl!ort "damage r suM holding 'thi-ee ' Pine.' Bluff physU cians," two Pine Bluff drug stores and the; Syntax Laboratories responsible for the allegedly severe side-effects she suffered from Syntex birth control pills. ,v .",;- ;; ' . ' " . . - · ; · ; Mrs. Potts [ifed'~. 'the suit in U.S;. District, Court ,..:,. Defendants.. are. -Drs: Cleon A Flowers, Ross' E. Maynai'd ant Robert J. Smith, Reed's Drug Store, Recd-Collicr Drug Store Spillyards Drug Mart, Spill yards Drugs, Inc., and Syntex Laboratorips, : Syntex 'Corp. ; Dr. Flower's gave -Mi's: '-Polls a prescription for Norinyl 1 plus-8 birth control pills but di not give her any warnings 01 restrictions, the suit contended While taking the pills, Mrs 'Potts was hospitalized twice the suit said, and incorrectly diagnosed as suffering from from "some sort of psychiatri d i s - t u r b a n . e e 'and epileptic state." tosed to civilian traffic. Only a ew cars were on the streets. The white rebels scattered after their movement found red. but officials said many! vere arrested. : IB iii.n :iniii milt 'i:!inHi':i!!iii/:!iiriii ii itir in FIRST LADY TOURS TEMPLE KENSINGTON, Md. (AP) - r irst Lady Betty Ford toured he new temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormon) here and described it as "a truly great experience for me." Mrs. Ford was escorted by chui'ch members through the massive white building for a 90- minutc tour on Wednesday. The temple will be dedicated in November and then closed to the public. · The first lady, an Episcopa. lian, signed the guest book as "Betty B. Ford, The White House, Washington, D.C." Also touring the temple separately on Wednesday were members of the foreign diplomatic corps, including Soviet Ambassador Anatoly F. Dobrynin. IIEIIllllll Hill III1IIII Illll INII Illll III Illl Illll l[lll Illl! Illll ILIII III III IIHIIII III IIIIIHII I I Illlllllllllllllll lull IIIJI III III! Illll lilll HI! Illll I k l l l III III Illulll III and Ellen Johnson of Summers, third; Miscellaneous Quilts, Mrs. Dave While of Fayelleville; first; Alice Reed of Fayetle- ville, second, and Carol Parker of Fayelleville, third. In the Rugs Exhibits, winners ere: Braided Wool, Ruth Dillcy of Springdale, first; Hooketl, Mrs.' Robert! Hay of Fayetteville, ..first, Mrs. .C.. H. Withoy of Fayettevitle, second, and Ellen Johnson of Summers, third. Rag Crocheted Rugs, Jewell Thomas of Fayetleville, first. Crocheted (other), M. Shelton, of Faycltcville, first; Mrs. Charles Splverspn of Fayetle- ville, second .and Mrs. E. K. Dale Hooper of Fayetteville, third. What makes C.C. and V.O. good is what makes O.EC. better. Why settle for the six year old Canadian whiskies when you could be enjoying our eight year oiu. O.F.C. Prime Canadian Whisky, QIC it's two years better. 'ClraiM Wiisky. Bottled in Canada. 86,8 piool. Schtnlcy Distillers Co , HYC01974 9-2-02-X Genuine Ruby or Sapphire Gemsfones .with Diarnonds. 6 cramoods gt l3gemstooes",14K. $695.00 1 amethyst 2 diamonds, WK. $99.75 3 diamonds 4gemstones*, 14K $249.50 . 4 diamonds 5 emeralds, $395.00 u gemstooes*, 14K $135.00 *Aho weitaMe «n«h emeralds at 3 stight exwa diarge. 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