Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 15, 1974 · Page 11
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September 15, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

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Grand Champion Hereford Bull Exhibited By Luther's Farms Route 4, Faycltcvllle, exhibited the -grand champion bull and Jim Swope, Circle S Ranch, of Elklns. the grand champion fcmalo in the Hereford section of the Dairy Cattle Show at the Washington County OPEN DIVISION Aged bull: Iron Wheel Ranch Route 1, Prairie Grove, first and third; Circle S Ranch second. Two-year-old bulls: Parker's Lakeview Ranch, Route 5 Springdale, first, and second Senior yearling bull: Luther's Polled Herefords, first; Gabbard Hereford Ranch, Fayetteville, -second, Kinzer Polled Herefords, Prairie Grove, third Junior yearling bull: Iron Wheel Ranch, first and second; Parker's . Lakeview Ranch, third.", Spring yearling bull: Camp bell-Bell Farms, Fayetteville, first. Summer yearling bull: Luther P o l l e d Herefords, first; Parker's Lakeview Ranch, second; Kinzer Polled: Herefords, third. Senior bull calf: Campbell-Bell Farms, first. Winter bull calf: Parker's Lakeview Ranch, first. Junior bull calf: Luther's Polled Herefords, first; Iron Wheel Ranch, second. C h a m p i o n bull: Luther's Polled Herefords, first. R e s e r v e champion bull: Gabbard Hereford Ranch. Three bulls: Luther Polled Herefords, first; Iron Wheel Ranch, second; Parker's Lakeview Ranch, third. Two bulls: Iron Wheel Ranch, f i r s t ; Parker's Lakeview Ranch, second; Circle S Ranch; third. Aged cows: Parker's Lakeview Ranch, first and second. Two-year-old cows: Parker's Lakeview Ranch, first; Iron Wheel Ranch, second. Senior yearling heifer: Jim and Carol Acker, Route 1, Prairie Grove, first; Otis Cardwell, Circle C Ranch, Fayelte- villc, second; Kinzer Polled Hereford, third. Junior yearling heifer: Kinzer Polled Hereford, first; Campbell-Bell Farms, second; Iron Wheel Ranch, third. Spriifg yearling heifer: Iron Wheel Ranch, first; Campbell- Bell Farms, second and third. Summer j«arling heifer: Campbell-Bell Farms, first; Iron Wheel Ranch, second. Senior heifer calf: Kinzer Foiled Hereford, first. Winter heifer calf: Campbell- Bell Farms, first and second; Kinzer Polled Herefords, third. Junior heifer calf: Iron Whe.el Ranch, first; Kinier Polled Herefords, second. - Champion female: Jim and Carol Acker. Reserve champion female: Iron .Wheel Ranch. Get of sire: . Iron Wheel Ranch, first; Parker's Lakeview Ranch, second: Circle S Ranch, third. Pair; of calves: Iron Wheel Ranch, first; Circle S Ranch, second; Campbell-Bell Farms, third. G r a n d cdampion bull: Luther's Polled Hereford. Reserve grand champion b u l l : Gabbards Hereford Ranch. Grand champion female: James Swope. Reserve grand champion female: Jim and Carol Acker. JUNIOR DIVISON Spring yearling bull: James Swope, first; Timothy Downing, Route 7, Fayetteville, second. Winter bull calf: James Swope, first; LeAnn Simmons, Route 1, Fayetteville, second. Junior bull calf: James Swope, first; Sarah Swope, second; Cheryl and Mark Officer, Route 2, Springdale, third. Champion bull and reserve champion bull: James Swope, Dees Completes Three bulls: James Swope, irst. Two hulls: James Swopo, first. ged cow: Victor White, Elkfiis, first; Curtis Newell, ?'armington, second; Cindy downing, Route 7, Fayetteville, third. Champion female and reserve c h a m p i o n female: James Swope. Get of sire: James Swope, first. Pair of calves: James Swopo, first; Sarah Swope, second; Cheryl and Mark Officer, third. AM A Marks Contributions Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sun., Sept. 15, 1974 · -AYtTTtylLtr, AHKAH»A» By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, WASHINGTON 'AP) -- The American Medical Association ins earmarked at least $25,000 'or the re-election campaigns of 10 members of the House Ways and Means Committee, which writes health insurance legislation. For several years, the committee . has been working on a variety of health bills, many of them opposed by the AMA. Of the 10 members singled out by the nation's major medical organization six joined as sponsors of a health insurance plan supported by the AMA. The measure was one of several offered in addition to the jlll proposed by Ways a^d Wilbur D. Mills. D-Ark. ! Means Committee Chairman Wlluur D. Mills, D-Ark. Tiie 10 members aided by the AMA arc among 21 committee members seeking re-election. At least two, Hep. Hichard Fulton, D-Tcnn., and Rep. Omar Burleson, D-Tcx., are unop posed in the Nov. 5 general election. The contributions were disclosed in records'filed with the clerk of the "House. --Fulton-Introduced the biliyfa ; vored by-the, AMA Jan. 18. Hii re-election committee received a' $2,500 contribution from the AMA's slate political chapter July 22. The 'contribution was the iorgcst single gift Fulton's committee has received, according to its most recent report. Burleson, one of the co-sponsors of Fulton's bill, received M.OOO fdom the Texas branch of the AMA's Political Action Committee on April 2. His campaign expenses have totaled $S,414 so far this year, according to his funding reports. Ren. Joel T. Broyhill. R-Va., 'ceived $5,000 from the AMA's ceived-$5,00000000 from the AMA's committee and $5,500 from two other'medical groups. He listed total campaign contributions of $137,817. Rep. Al UlUnan, an Oregon Democrat, Deceived his largest contribution to date from tm Dregon committee which re laycd $1,000 from the AMA. The congressman's campaign war chest totals $16,981, according to a Sept. 10 report. Rep. Joseph E. Karlh, D Minn., received $2,500, about 25 per cent of his listed expenses so far, from the Minnesota Medical Political Action Com mittee on May 9. Neither Oilman nor Karth were co-sponsors of the AMA supported bill. - ; Committee member Jerry L Pettis, R-Calif., co-sponsorcc the Fulton bill and Rep. James A. Burke, D-Mass., also a nember of the committee, co- ·ponsorcd a similar measure, jul neither apparently received any -'money from the AMA or its state chapters. ITA Hep. Donald C. Clancy, R- Ohio, received $2,000 from the AMA, $3,500 from two other medical groups --- a total that accounts for more than half of the expenses he listed; , CASH FOR JAPANESE SWORDS, JAPANESE ANTIQUES, ETC. WE W1M, GIVE YOU OUR TOP CASH OFFER. GIVE 4 DESCRIPTION AND PRICE DESIRED IN FIRST LETTER THE OLD JAPAN 214-526-0340 131 Turtle Creek Village, Dallas, Texas 75219 Field Training VALPARAISO, Fla.--Danny J. Dees, son of Mrs. Nat Broadway of Bentonville, recently completed a U. S. Air Force R e s e r v e Officers Training| Corps field training encampment at Hurlburt Field, Fla. The cadet is a student at the University of Arkansas. ' Cadet Dees is a 1968 graduate of Bentonville High School. His wife. Iris, is the daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Joe Stark of Bentonville. Meeting Scheduled The University of Arkansas Chapter of Delta Nu Alph/i, professional transportation society, will hold its (irst meeting of this academic year Tuesday according to Dr. Grant M. Davis, Oren Harris Professor of Transportation and faculty adviser to the society. The meeting will x held In room 41 of the Business Administration Building and will begin at 7 p.m. AH persons interested in transportation arc invited to attend. Dr. Davis said. Airman Graduates BILOXI, Miss.--Airman First Class Harvey G. Sims, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest II. Sims of Bentonville has graduated at Keesler AFB, Miss., from the U. S. Air Force radar navi- g a t i o n systems equipment repairman course conducted by the Air Training Command. The airman is being assigned to Altus AFB, Okla. Airman Sims is a 1973 graduate of Bentonville High School. His wife, Lyn, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ackley of Bentonville. Ark. 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