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September 18, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 17

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Haig, Ford Deny Rumors Of Pressure WASHINGTON CAP) -- President Ford and White House staff chief Alexander M. llmg Jr. have denied a published re port that Haig persuaded Fort to grant a pardon ito Richarc M. Nixon. "It's all wrong .. . it's jusl not true," Haig said Tuesday ol a New York Times article quot ing an unidentified source as saying Haig was "primarily re sponsible" for the Nixon par don. The story quoted the sourc as saying Haig warned Fore that .unless he moved quickly in granting an unconditional par don, it might be. loo late t avert "a possible personal anc national tragedy" of Nixon' complete physical and menta collapse. Acting White House prcs secretary. John W. Hushen sai he talked with Ford about tlv report and quoted the Presider as saying, "Al Haig never dis cussed with me the mental o physical condition of forme President Nixon prior to my d' cision lo grant the pardon." Asked if Haig had urged Foi to grant the pardon, Hushe said, "No, Al Haig's role is d scribed lo me . . . ;is basical! neutral. He was certainly in f; vor of the pardon but he did in lobby for it." Haig, a four-star general, leaving his White House post return lo active duty and to a cept Ford's appointment U.S. commander and suprem allied commander in Europe. MS Funds Raised Mrs. Margaret Eckel, executive director of the Arkansas Multiple Sclerosis Association, pockets a check for $722 raised liy Fayetlcvllle Jay- cces recently during a Jay- ccc fund-raising project. Jay- cce officers are, from left, Tom January, vice president, John Marioni, president and Dennis Hill, project chairman. The funds will go toward research and patient services in the Fayetieville area. (TIMESpliolo by K c n G o o d ) Hubcaps Stolen Teresa Turley of 1211 N. Leverett Ave. told Fayetteville police that sometime Tuesday night someone look the hubcaps off the right side of her car while it was parked at the Colonial Arms Apartments. Woman Injured Mrs. Belly Kirby McLeod, 45, of 1275 Oak Manor Dr., received minor injuries at 12:45 p.m. Tuesday when her car went out of control and struck a chain link fence on Old Wir Road near the Ash Street inte: section. Police said Mrs. McLeo reportedly fainted before tl accident. A passenger in tl car, Mrs. Olga McLeod, 74, e caped injury. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Sop). 18, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE. A R K A N S A S __ 17 Women's Names Add New Look To Ballots Throughout Nation Sy THE ASSOCIATED 1'KESS There will be more names te Barbara, Mary and Louise n ballots this (all . In primary aces so far women have won ominations for governor, lieu- enant governor and Congress. And women have made anther dent in the almost all- male political arena with Mary ouise Smith of Iowa being the rst woman elected chairman f the Republican National ommittee. nirs. Smith's nomi- ation by President Ford was nanimousjy ratified by the Reward Offered For Monument Vandals T A H L E Q U A H , Okla.--A eward $370 is being offered for he arrest and conviction of persons responsible for the desecration of the historic Ross Cemetery at Tsa-La-Gi. Vandals recently lopped a seven-foot obelisk marking Ihe jrave of the famous Cherokee chief, John Ross; damaged an ron fence surrounding the ;rave of Lewis Ross, bother ol :he chief and a treasurer o the Cherokee Nation, anc toppled several other ancien headstones, shattering some be yond repair. The Cherokee County Sheriff Office indicates that somi progress is being made on th case, · committee Monday. With only Hawaii's stale pri- mary'and two primary runoffs in Florida remaining, at least 44 women are r u n n i n g tor Congress this year as major party candidates. Thirty-four women were major party congressional candidates in 1072. There were no women gubernatorial candidates for either major parly in 1972. This year there are three, in Conneclicut, Nevada and Washington. In the Senate there are major arty candidates from Oregon, laryland and South Carolina, 11 1972 there were two women s major party candidates. The most heavily favored to vin in the gubernatorial races Connecticut Democrat Ella 1'. Grasso. Mrs. Grasso, who vas unopposed in her bid foi he gubernatorial nomination s considered to have a sizabli :dge over her Republican oppo nent, Rep. Robert H. Steele, ii he fall elections. Louise Gore, Republican na ional cornmitteewoman, man aged to upset Rep. Lawrenc Hogan for the Maryland GOP 'ubernatorial nomination, bu ;he is considered a long shot t beat Gov. Marvin Mandcl i the fall elections in the over whelmingly Democatic state. In Nevada, Republican Shir ley Grumpier, 39, is considere the underdog against popula incumbent Democrat Mik O'Callaghan, who is seeking h second term as governor in tl heavily Democratic stale. In Ihe Senate races, Betty oberts, Democrat of Oregon, considered to have the bcsl lance of winning. She face: icumbent GOP Sen. Bob Pack- ood. Packwood is the favorite, ut slate Sen. Roberts is re-' orled popular with voters in ic strongly Democralic state. Also seeking a Senate seat ul considered an underdog is arbara Mikulski, a Baltimore ity councilwoman. She dc- ealed Bernard L. "Bunnic" alley, a former Vietnam pris- ner of war, and 10 others for he Democratic nomination gainsl Sen. Charles McC. dathias. In South Carolina, Gwenford Jush, a Republican, is given no banco against Sen. Ernest F. Hollings. Asheviile Man Held In Burglary Charges of burglary and pcttt larceny will be tiled in Washington Circuit Conii today a- giiinst Howard M. Gaertner, 18. of Asheville, N. C., following ii break-in at the Holiday Inn Gulf Station early today. City police arrested Gaertner at the scene after Ihe desk rlcrk at the Holiday Inn Motel ·eporlcd a burglar inside the iervice station. Gaertner was found by Sgt. Joe Hutchens standing in front of a soft drink machine in front of the station. Hutchens said Gaertner attempted to close the machine door and leave the icene but was apprehended. He was discovered to Tiavft ,wo rolls of quarters and a roll of nickles in his possession. Tha: money was later determined to have been taken from the station office. Police said a window on the south side of the building had been pried open. Census Aid Asked SPRINGDALE -- More anpli cants are needed to assist in .he special census to he conduc-: .ed in Springdale later this month, a spokeswoman from he city clerk's office said today. Eva Greer, from the Bureau of Ihc Census at Dallas, Texas kvill be in town next Tuesday to interview interested persons. The job, which will last about two to lhr.ec weeks, will pay census takers for each person interviewed. People wanting to work should contact the City Clerk's office. Allergist Dies allergist and pulmonary specialist, died Tuesday. A graduate of Clark University and Tufts Medical School Fensil- ver was personal physician to I John Cardinal Wright when he bishop of the Worcester in Catholic Diocese. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Weekl BANDWAGON BARGAINS DONALD DUCK Maryland Club COFFEE Lb. 77 With $5.00 Purchase Excluding Tobacco Carnation LIGHT CHUNK TUNA 6 T / 2 OZ. CAN Val Vita YELLOW CLING PEACHES 29 Oz. Can 47 Fireside VANILLA WAFERS 14-oz. Bog Frozen Orange JUICE 49 Coleman Fresh COTTAGE CHEESE 11 Oz. Ctn. Patio Frozen MEXICAN DINNERS 12 Oz. Pkg. 49 48' 6 02. CANS For Unity SANDWICH BAGS 80 Ct. Box Thank You Brand CHERRY PIE FILLING 21 Oz Can 59 Bam a Pure STRAWBERRY Preserves 18 Oz. Jar 77 Goden Crown PURE LEMON JUICE 24 Oz. Bottle Phillips Unique MOTOR OIL 3 $ 1 Clear Sailing CUT GREEN BEANS 2-oz. Cans Golden Krust or Hole's Farms FRESH BREAD l-{b. Loaves 3 Weight Watchers Cola, Root Beer, or Lemon-Lime 32 OZ. BOTTLES MEAT DEPARTMENT Baby Beef ROUND STEAK 4 F 0 R Lindy Early JUNE PEAS 17-oz. Cans 3 '* 89' Baby Beef SSRLOSN STEAK Ib. Baby Beef T-BONE STEAK Ib. Baby Beef CHUCK STEAK Baby Beef ARM ROAST Blackburn Maple Flavored WAFFLE SYRUP 32 Oz. Full Qt. 59 Campbell's CREAM OF Musfiroom Cooking Ease Pure 6-oz. Can VEGETABLE SPRAY For Baking or Frying 49 Just Arrived New Crop PURE COUNTRY SORGHUM 2-1 b. Jars and 4-1 b. Buckets Baby Beef RIB STEAK Ib. PRODUCE DEPARTMENT Oz. Can Banquet Frozen COOKIN BAGS 5-or. Pkg. Unity All Flavors ICE MILK 1/2 Gal. Ctn. 59 Brown's Best PINTO BEANS 2 Lb. Bag 99 Unity Pure CREAMY BUTTER l-Ib. Pkq. 89 Unity Giant Box DETERGENT Fresh Head LETTUCE 2 Heads Red POTATOES Red Tokay or White Seedless GRAPES BEU PEPPERS or CUCUMBERS Arkansas Grown Red or Delicious APPLES 49 69 3 Baby Beef CHUCK ROAST RODEO COLD MEATS · Pickle Loaf 12-oz. Pkg. · Salami · Spiced Luncheon · Liver Loaf WE GLADLY REDEEM USDA FOOD STAMPS I Hours: 7 to 9 Mon. thru Sat. -- 8 to 6 Sun. Prices Effective Thru Saturday Bushel

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