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September 18, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 24

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Fourth Man Into Contest For Mayor 'SPRINGDALE -- A fourth man has tiled to compete in the mayoral race on Nov. 5. James L. Watts, 43, 3004 Scott Lane, will face incumbent mayor, PUark Phillips, David Adair and David Miller. Watts, a Washington County constable, is secretary-treasurer of Christmas Gold, Inc., on Holcomb St. He has lived in Springdale for the past 11 years. In the race for city councilmen, all incumbents except Charles McKinney have filed for re-election. Only Alderman James Irwin has drawn opposition from Ken Sumcrwcll in the Ward Three, Position One slot. To date'one person has filed for McKinney's Ward Three, Position Two job. Phyllis Markey, 26, explained she is seeking the post -- the first woman to ever, file -- because she is a resident of the rapidly- growing southwestern part of town and feels the area needs to be represented. She said she is also running because her educational background will assist her in dealing with city finances. Mrs. Markev received her degree in economics at Ottawa University in Ottawa, Canada. the fact that Springdale has never had a councilwoman also figured in Mrs. Markey's candidacy who felt a woman's viewpoint should be included. Northweit Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Sept. 18, 1974 · 25 rAYETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS CIA Role In Chile Under Investigation WASHINGTON (AP) -- At American funds created a situ- ger, Defense Secretary James Sadness Of War A Vietnamese woman cries as she sits amid the rubble of what had been her home near the province town of Bien Hoa, northeast »f Saigon. Her home was one of many In (he village that were destroyed hy occupying Viet Cong forces for several days recently. Villagers who had fled returned Tuesday when South Vietnamese forces recaptured the area. Initiation Stunt Fraternity initiation stunts took an unusual turn at the Sigma Nu house Tuesday--and a l m o s t got two pledges arrested. City police answered a disturbance call at the intersection of Leverett Avenue and Ash street to find two Sigma Nu initiants lied together and in the buff. One was coated with shaving cream and covered with flakes. Patrolman Louis the other syrup and Bryant re- Draft Exiles Insist Amnesty Provisions Allow Visits Home ported fie sent the youths home and told them, "There will be no more of that kind of thing." Fire Investigated An investigation is continuing today into the origin of a fire set underneath a vacant trailer in Shenandoah Villa shortly before 11 p.m. Tuesday. Fire Chief Charles McWhorter said some trash under the trailer had been set afire but that the blaze did not get into the trailer itself. Only damage flooring and The trailer is owned by Steve Cummings. The unidentified occupants had moved out about 8 p.m., McWhorter said. was scorched smoke. TORONTO CAP) - Draft evaders and deserters living in Canada say President Ford's clemency program contains - a irovision that gives them, in ef- 'ect, a 15-day free pass to visit the United States. Attorney John Liss, who represents many U.S. military and draft exiles, says it is possible for Vieitnam-era draft evaders and deserters to report at the border, enter the United States and visit their homes, then return to Canada before ithe end at the 15 days Ford is giving them to report to authorities. A spokesman for the FBI in Washington concedes the possi bility exists, and that it is pos stole for draft dodgers am deserters who do not report af the border to visit even longer. However, Liss, a 27-year-old draft evader from New York who has become a Canadian citizen, said in an interview on Tuesday that draft evaders and risk in Service calls its "secondary ihase" inspection facilities, vhere computer terminals are inked to the National Crime In- 'ormaton Center. Their names will be fed into crime center computers, and hey will be told whether warrants have been issued for their arrest. But a Customs spokesman in Washington said they will not be arrested. Instead, each will be given a copy of Ford's clemency proclamation to read and will be instructed to report within 15 days to the U.S. attorney in the district where his warrant was issued, or to his branch of serv ice. . The'FBI spokesman said the the date. That information will note next to the exile's name that he has been located ant the date. That information will be passed to all appropriate au thorities, including U.S. attor- and the military service Liss cautioned exiles against to Canada . . . or at any on the drive north. least 14 government officials have reported to Congress American policy toward Chile between 1970 and 1973 without mentioning the covert U.S. activities exposed during the last 10 days. According to most congress I o 11 a 1 and administration sources, former CIA director Richard M. Helms' testimony is receiving the most attention by those looking into possible misstatements of fact about the American role in Chile. President Ford acknowledged Monday night that American money was clandestinely f u n - neled into Chile to preserve the opposition press and" political parlies after the election of Marxist President Salvador Allende in 1970. It was a rare public admission by an American president. With the exception of CIA director William E. Colby, who testified before a closed House subcommittee session last April, no other government official reporting to Congress has admitted CIA actions against Allende. As. seen by administration and congressional sources, most of the remaining officials who testified on Chile fall into several categories. Some were not asked relevant questions bj inquiring congressmen. Some may have testified while igiiO' rant of the nature of the U.S. role. Others gave evasive answers. Still others simply said that the United States was no directly involved in Allende's downfall. Most sources agree this state ment is technically true al though they say it is anolhe question whether the use o Kennedy Testifies NEW YORK (AP) -- Gran jury testimony by John F. Ken nedy Jr. lias resulted in in dictment of Robert Lopez, pros icutors say. Tlie indictment was hande up Tuesday in connection wit R. Schlesinger, two former ambassadors to Chile, four assistant secretaries and one deputy of state. and officials from the Treasury; and Commerce departments.' tary of Slate Henry A. Kissin- two dangers: "First, if you even start looking the wrong way by indicating you're not going to follow through with the program at the end of the 15 days, you ould be arrested, maybe when ou were booking a flight back time "And second, I'm worried il people go down in the near future before we get a clarification of what it would do to either their Canadian citizenship or landed immigrancy status." the Iheft of the 13-year-old Ken nedy's bicycle in Central Park It charges Lopez with third-de gree grand larcent and posse sion of a dangerous weapon. C r i m i n a l court charge against Lopez had been throw out after the son of the lat president failed to appear court for the fourth time. £·. «f I . MONDAY Through FRIDAY 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m CHICKEN FRIED STEAK Reg. 1.59 - NOW CHOPPED SIRLOIN Reg. 1.79 -- N O W . . . DIET SPECIAL . Reg. 1.89 -- NOW DURING SEPTEMBER J-Q .D V The family restaurant even a father could love. 2356 N. College, Fayettcville Phone 521-3565 Boycott Expanded LONDON (AP) -- Cesar Chavez is asking Western Eu- opean labor groups to make ure California grape growers [on't circumvent a Chavez-led joycott by dumping grapes in Curope. And the United Farmworkers Tuesday from Britain's biggest rade union, the Transport and General Workers Union. Chavez told a news conference the UFW boycott had been highly effective in the United itates and Canada, leaving Western Europe the only likely market available for expansion to California grape growers. The TIMES h On Top of The News Seven Days a Weekl making such a visit. And the staff at AMEX-Canada, a magazine published here by U.S. exiles, counselled draft resisters and deserters who asked about Ford's program not to take the risk. No one was sure how many would. Ford announced on Monday that be would grant clemency to all Vietnam-era draft evaders and deserters who agreed to work at public service jobs "promoting the national health, safety or interest" upon their return to the United States. The clemency offer does not extend to those facing crimes other than simple desertion or draft- dodging. Under the clemency program, the exiles would first be required ito report to border stations. There they will be taken out of traffic or pedestrian lanes and into what the Customs Ihe spokesman said. · But he said the warrants would not be executed during , the 15 days. j Asked what there would be to · stop a draft dodger or deserter from visiting home and returning to Canada on the 14th day. the FBI spokesman replied: "Nothing. Not a thing, as far as I know." May Extend Deadline WASHINGTON- (AP -- The deadline for new bicycle safety standards may be extended for '"··- months, to next M a y 1. The Consumer Product Safety v. .. ,*..[ said the original Jan. 1 deadline appeared to place an unreasonable burden on U.S. and foreign bicycle makers. The manufacturers have requested a six-month extension. ^CSr/i., WEDNESDAY NIGHT W+f r 8:00 P.M. F^ Washington County /^fyO J6i^sL-*J_.|S, t. Fairgrounds Main Event: U. STAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP ARGENTINA and ZUMA STEVE LAWLER vs and SUPER HAWK JIM WHITE Grudge Match No stopping for blood! FRANK GOODISH vs RANDY TYLER 295 Ibs. plus one other bout The U.S. Tag Team Title It at stake and the exciting 275 ibs. team of Zuma and Super Hawk could easily down She champions. A special grudge bout pits "Wrestling's Strongest Man", Frank Goodish, and big Randy Tyler. These two battled to a bloody finish in Fort Smith last week and this week's bout promises lo be the' . same brutal affair. Adm.: Ringside, $2.50; Gen. Adm. $2.00, Kids $1.00 Tickets may be purchased after 4 p.m. at the Fairgrounds APPLIANCE SALE WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SHAVE CREAM DISPENSER OurReg. 14.97 4 Days Only 12.46 Delivers shaving cream, at a pre-regulated temperature, for hot, moist sfiaves.- Dispenser uses any 6- or 11-oz. aerosol can. Save. QT. CROCK POT 13.76 RIVAL OurReg. 16.96 4 Days Only Versatile stoneware pot cooks tooas slowly 1o retain the flavor and nutrition. 23.76 PORTABLE PHONOGRAPH OurReg. 18.47 97 14 4 Days Ideal phono for youngsters. 2-speed turntable plays 331/3 and 45 RPM records. Built-in, pop-up adapter. Heavy-duty cord 31.87 CASSETTE RECORDER Reg. VJ87 39.88 ^} f 4 Days AC/DC with built-in mike, shut-off. MINI POCKET AM RADIO Reg. 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