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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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4 · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurs., Sept. 12, 1974 FAYETTEVILLI, ARKANSAS Horticulture Division Winners Are Named Judging has been completed .- in the horticulture division In the Washington County Fair. The prize winning fruits and ; vegetables are displayed in .- Thompson Hall at the Fairgrounds and can be viewed .- from now through Saturday. Winners in the open division are : Apples, three bushels: Lynn i.Gay, Route 2, Springdale, first; Fayetleville and Sleal, Fayetteville, Garland McKee, Prairie Grove, Eddie Gay, second. same address, Apples, three plates: Number · One Orchards, Lincoln, first; Lynn Gay, second; Eddie Gay, third. Apples single bushel: R. C. Rom, Route 9. Fayetteville. six Allen, third. Miscellaneous: Bonner, first; Mrs. Howard Rheam, Farminglon, second. JUNIORS Winners in the junior horticulture show are: Sweet Potatoes: Georgetl Thomas, Farminglon, first. R o o t Vegetables L Kevin Jones. Route 8, Fayelleville, first; Lee Jones, same address, second; Philip Talbert. Fayelte- Siizy McCamey, Midwest Remains Muggy And Warm By The Associated Press Snow fell on parts ot Wyoming, Colorado and Nebraska today, while thundersliowers helped Hie Midwest slay muggy and \varm. T h e lale-summer storm dumped 3 inches of snow on Rawlins, Wyo. Two inches of Gladys j r a j n drenched Kails City, Neb. Juanita second; ville, third. Tomatoes: A heavy-snow warning was issued tor the northern and central mountain regions in Colorado, and motorists were advised of hazardous conditions. Fog crawled along tlie California coast and spread oU among the North and Middle Atlantic Coast slates, reducing visibility to zero in Philipsburg and Harrisburg, Pa. But skies were clear . first places; Jonalhan Lincoln, first; Frank Holt. ; Lincoln, two first places; Number One Orchard, second second; ..«.. ----- ---- -third and Eddie Gay, two third places; Lynn Gay. Number One Orchard, Route 4. Springdale, first.;! 1110s i 0 [ the southern halt of the Debbie Hays, Route 6. Fayetle-' nation. ville. first; David Hays, same Temperatures before dawn places. There were no peaches exhibited at the Fair this year. Grapes: Sam and Morgan Williams. Farmington, received first place on Concord and Fredonia exhibits. R o o t Vegetables: Jewel Thomas, Route 4, Fayetteville, first; Catherine Hatfield, Route 4, Fayetleville, second; Sam Williams, third. Tomatoes: Mrs. Bascom White, Route 1, Springdale, First; Ronald Talbert, Fayelte- ville, firsl; Eurie Baggelt, Route 1, Springdale, second. Irish Potatoes: Catherine Halfield and W. L. Morris, Lincoln, first; Mrs. M. C. G i b s o n , Farmington, a n d Gladys Bonner, Farmington, second: Lewis Eads, Farmington, two third place entries. Pumpkins: 'First place win- ' Chase, McKee, address, first: Tommy Ogden, FayeUeville, second; Belinda Boyce, Springdale. third. Apples, single tray: Kim Melton, Lincoln, Philip Karnes, Lincoln, and Justin Tennat, Lincoln, first; LaLinda Gay. Route 2, Springdale, Edward Gay and Shawn Gay,, same address, second. ranged from 27 at Laramie Wyo., to 89 at Needles. Calif. Suit Filed To Set Aside Board Order Six vegetable exhibit: Larry CONWAY Ark (AP) C a r t e r Farmington, first; Faulkner County Clerk L. Philip Talbert, second; Debbie "Leaster" Hays, third. Squash: Georgett Tammy Bake ~ eorgett ir, Route Merritt has filed sui seeking to set aside a ruling b Thomas,! Hie county voler registralio F al ._ board ordering Merritt to re Home EC Department Names Open And Junior Baking Titles NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS IN THE TIMES Winners In the open and inior baking section ol the ome economics department re announced. The prize ·inning exhibits are on display t Thompson Hall at the Vashington County Fair. JUNIORS Winners in the junior division re: Cakes, angel or sponge: athy Jones, Lincoln, third. Pound cake: John Bradley. Winslow, first; Janet Hnckle- jorry, Fayetteville, second; ielinda Boyce, Springdale, hird. Bar Cookies: Connie Young, Route Elkins, first: Join Fayetteville, and i the voter rolls. Jones and Philip! The Faulkner County Board mingto'n, Larry Childress Gay.lstorc Guy H. Jones' name to Route "" ··"-- ----- "~ Talbert, firstj'TBrendaTThomasi!of Election Comissioners, acl- Farmington, M i k e Hillian.i ing as a registration board, Route 4, Fayetteville, Sabrina' voted Aug. 31 to order Merritt L a h i r i . Fayelteville. Lynn to restore Jones' name to the Kelly, Fayelteville. Donita i list of registered voters. Hahn, Route 5, Fayetleville, Merrill had removed Jones' Bradley, second, Belinda Boyce. third. Drop Cookies: Susan Porter. Springdale, third. Other cookies: Connie Young Clkins. first; Debra Delozier Route 1, Springdale, second 1 Vlarcia Conley, Springdale third. Cake made from mix: Kalli; Skelton. Springdale, second Lee Ann Simmons, Route 1 Fayetteville, third. Yeast Bread: Connie Young first; Debbie Moore, Route 1 Farminglon, second; Lee Am Simmons, third. Quickbread: Sandra Tunstil Route 7, Fayetteville, first Amber Joy Path, Route Fayetteville, s e c o n d ; J a Market. Fayetteville. third. Coffee Cake: Lee Ann Sim mons, first. Dtcoraled Cake: Calherin ners were W i n s l o w Sandra Garland Roule 2, Prairie Grove and G l e n Potter, Farmington. Donald Skelton, Fayetteville, Smith, Route Cane Hi! Lee Jones, Route Fayette- second and Catherine Halfield and Gladys Bonner. third. Squash: First place winners were Mrs. Chas. Salverson, Fayetteville, Catherine Hatfield, Da'rrell James, Springdale, Donald Skelton, Route 2, Fayetteville (2), Betlie Lahiri, Fayetteville and Gladys Bonner. Second place winners were Mrs. Salverson, Lee Herrin, F a y e t t e v i l l e , Mrs. A. J. Meinert, Route 1 Fayetteville, Subiata Lahiri, Rosie Gooding and Ronald Talbert, Third place winners were Lee Herrin, Ginger Reed, Cane Hill, Mrs. Eurie Baggett and Mrs. Meinert. Watermelon: Craig Pierce, Route 5, Fayetleville, Mike Meredith, Fayetteville, Jerry McKee, Prairie Grove and Gladys Bonner, first; Mrs. M. C. Gibson, Don Watkins, Route Rockefeller Asked To Make Public Disclosure WASHINGTON (AP) -- Vice President-designate Nelson A. Rockefeller is being asked to make a public disclosure of his Vast financial interests as a way to avoid conflict of interest charges. The Senate Rules and Administration Committee Wednesday instructed its chairman. Howard W. Cannon, D-Nev., to ask Rockefeller to make the disclosure at hearings on his nomination or before the hearings begin. Rockefeller has already given the committee a confidential financial statement and Cannon said the committee felt requesting a public disclosure would be the best way to deal with any conflict of interest problems. No decision was made on ' whether to also request that Rockefeller make public his federal income and gift tax request for the past seven years, which have also been submitted to the committee. Rockefeller's nomination, submitted by President Ford on Aug. 20 is subject to both House and Senate approval. ville, and Leslie Ann Morelock, second; Greg Oxford, Route 2, Fayetteville, third. Irish Potatoes: Tim Parker, Farmington and Kevin Jones, first: Jeannie Carter. Elkins and Tim Parker, second; Norman Gage, Elkins and David Combs, Elkins, third. Pumpkins: LaLinda Gay. Edward Gay, Anne Sitntns, Fayetleville and Leslie Ann Morelock, Fayetteville, first; name Aug. 27 because of a felony conviction. The suit contends that the order to restore Jones' name to the roster should be declared void because it is contrary to Amendment 51, which says a convicted felon cannot vote unless pardoned. Jones was convicted of federal income tax violations. However, he contends that income tax evasion under slate law is a misdemeanor. Under federal second; Ann Marie Staninger Route 1. Springdale, third. OPEN DIVISION Winners in the adult divisio are: Mensch. Summers, second. White Butter Cake: Mr Charles Bradley, Winslow. sec ond. Sponge Cake: Mrs. Rut Earby, Springdale, first; Selm, Mensh, Summers, second. Pound Cake: Mrs. Rut Earby, Springdale, first; Mr Jim Bob Thompson, P r a i r i e ! l a w , income tax evasion is Grove, Tim Parker and Lee I felony. The suit asks (hat Merrill's removal of Jones' name from the voter role he upheld. lones, second; Marty Friend, Route 3, Elkins, and Russell Thompson, Prairie Grove, third. A. J. Meinart, second; Mrs. R. Fayetteville, third. Iced Fayettevill U. Hughe Butter Cake (con mercial mix): Mrs. James \ Bryant, Fayetteville, second Mrs. Charles Bradley, Winslo\ third. Sponge (comercial mix Pearl Spyres Fayettevill rsl; Mrs. Charles Bird, ayctteville, s e c o n d ; .Mrs. harles Bradlty, Winslow, ird. Coffecake: Altamay Blevins, pringdale, third. D e c o r a t e d Cake: Betty ornelison of Sprinpdale. first: ildred Collier, Fayetleville. econd: Linda Judy, Fayelle- lle. Ihird. T e a Cookies: Minerva ouser, Springdale. first; Joyce ichards .Fayeltevilel, second; Vilhryn Skelton, Springdale, lird. Olher Cookies: Lee Havens ayeltevillc. f i r s l ; Joyce ichards, Fayetteville. second; . auline Howard, Johnson. Ihird. | White Bread: Mrs. Basconi Vhite, Springdale, first; Joyce lichards, Fayetteville, second: Minerva Housce, Springdale, lird. Brown Bread: Mrs. Basconi Vhile . Springdale, f i r s t ; ·Irs. Stanley Potts, Fayelte- ille, second; Barbara Ware ol 'rairie Grove, third. Rye Bread: Mrs. Dolson G ^ewis of Fayetleville, firsl: Mrs. Stanley ' Potts. Fayettc dlle, second. Steamed Brown Bread: Mrs ;iiarles Salverson, Fayetteville. irst; Mrs. Dotson G. Lewis ·"ayetteville, second; Mrs. I. J. Kirkpalrick, Fayetleville, third. Quick Bre,ads: Mrs. James Bryant, Fayetteville. first: Doris Hulchins, Fayetleville, s e c o n d : Cora McLaughlin. Farmington, Ihird. O.K. mom, now it's your turn Now that the children are back In school, it's your turn to relax. And Roman Spa Is the perfect place to do it. One housewife told us recently that Roman Spa was "Like my own private retreat." It can be your retreat too. The place (o get away from your world md relax. Why not come in for a free trial visit at no obligation to you. Unwind in the suana or whirlpool. You can even keep your summer tan all year around with just a few minutes in our sun room. Make Roman Spa your own private retreat. Call today, 521-1363 for appointment. Opposes Pardons Congressional candidate Bill Clinton, ot Fayetteville said Wednesday he would "strongly oppose any further attempts by President Ford lo extend pre- malure pardons for those .who are now on trial or may be on trial for Watergale-relaled offenses." Clinton, a Democrat, opposes the re-election bid of Rep. John Paul Hammerschmidt, R-Ark. Clinton said the "whole pardon episode has raised new douhls about the credibility of the Republican administration and its supporters in Congress in their handling of this matter." And Save Your Enrollment Fee. HOLLYWOOD ROMAN SPA, INC. Two Lovely To Set You Patterns Table! Orig. $95 The TIMES Is On Top of The Newt Seven Days a Week I on your reading list THE LITTLE HOBBY HORSE by Ed Sehaffer Laughter, enthusiasm, sparkling imagination, humor and love are found in the pages of this volume of poems. M tilth Av«., N«w York 1T FUatt stnd mt m eopy ef Manufacturer's closeout on lovely Mikasa stoneware dinnerware. 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