Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 2, 1974 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 2, 1974
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Hirshhorn Opens Joseph H. Hirshhurn points out a feature of the Smithsonian Institution's Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden to Mrs. J. W. Fulhright, wife of the Arkansas Senator facility Tuesday evening ir Washington. (AP Wirephoto) Record Collection Reported At First United Fund Session A record collection of almost $30,000 was reported Tuesday at the first report session of the Fayetteville United Fund campaign. The goal is $149,460. The report comes just three weeks into the annual fund drive to support- 21 social service agencies. At the same time last year only $1,095 had been collcted. The majority of the funds came from the major gift sec, tor with Millard Goff, co-chair. man, reporting, this drive had reached $14,844, or 17 per cent of its goal. P o r t e r Stone introduced . Hubert Agee, manager of the , IGA Stores, and Tom Townsend and Helen Ratliff of Ozarks Electric Cooperative Corporation. Both firms have reached 100 per cent employe participation in the drive. Goff said that many of the major industries will be conducting drives during the next two weeks. Mrs. Ruth Ann McCandless, executive secretary of the drive, reported the business drive, which got underway last week, is 90 pr cent completed. She said the average gift from C o m p u t e r Resource Corp. employes was $40. Hayden Mcllroy, chairman of this sector, was out of town and could not attend the report meeting at the hospitality room of Southwestern Electric Power Company. Walter Jesser reported that the drive in the state agencies division is nearly 50 per cent completed and $242 had been turned in. Community Services, under the chairmanship of Miss Betty Lighten, is over the half way mark with $1,198 collected. This division traditionally reaches its goal first. There was no report from the city, county and school divisions, where drives will be getting underway shortly. Also just beginning are the drives Royal Exchange TOULOUSE, France (AP) -Andy, who spent three week as an 'exchange student at Jesuit school here, was rate as a bright student and gc along well with classmates. To the family with whom h stayed and who sent their so to Scotland in the exchange Andy was described as the so of a landowner and a nonwork ing mother. It wasn't until after Andy n turned to England earlier th week that it was revealed h was Prince Andrew, .second i line for the British throne. at the University of Arkansa and in the residential secto The. professional division ,u also just started and at presei 12 per cent of the goal has bee achieved, according to Dr. J.B Hays, chairman. "We still are trying to com plete the goal by Oct. 15, wi 1 " the remainder of the mon' reserved to wind up the drive Carl Collier, co-chairman of tl drive, said. The second report session expected within the next days. Time and place will announced. Stone Wins Florida Senate Florelle Dies LAttOCHE-SUHYON, France (AP) -- Odette Housseau, 73, a European film star of the 1930s, died Saturday. Under the stage name of Florelle, she worked with well-known directors, including Jean Renoir, Fritz Lang and G.W. Pabst. Northwest Arkan«ns TIMES, Vied., Oft. 2, 1974 FAVETTKVILLE, ARKANSAS NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS IN THE TIMES MIAMI (AP) -- Former Flor la Secretary of State Richard one has won the nomination Florida Democrats to seek IB Senate seat being vacatec y Republican-Sen. Edward J urney. Stone, 45, defeated Rep. Bill unter of Orlando for the nomi- ation in Florida's run-off primary Tuesday. With all pre- ncls reporting, the unofficial mint was 314,708 votes for tone anti 304,475 for Gunler. Stone's Republican opponent n November will lie Jack Eck- rd, a Clearwaler millionaire ·ho owns a chain of drug- tores. Also on the ballot will be American parly candidate John 3radv, a Belle Glade dentist vho hopes to draw the vote of hose svho supported George C. Wallace's presidential ca-m- laigns. In the only congressional ·ace involving an incumbent, reshman Democrat William ^ehman of Miami won re-elec- ion by defeating Dade County iommissioner Joyce Goldberg by a vote of 32,105 to 15,283 vith 99.4 per cent of the votes counted. Lehman has no Re- lublican opposition in Novem- er. Also on the ballot were foui jther congressional runoffs, two stale cabinet races, 12 nonpartisan judgeships and a number of egislative contests. Gurney decided against a try "or re-election after he was indicted on charges of bribery, perjury and conspiracy in connection with a secret campaign und collected from builders and developers seeking in- luence with the federal Housing Administration. He has pleaded innocent. 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