Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 3, 1974 · Page 15
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 3, 1974
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Good Marriage Still Women's Dream, But Changes Wanted Yefs To Get Increase Under Compromise Bill want to combine marriage. WASHINGTON (AP) - Viol- children and careers. Sixteen nam-era veterans would get a c per cent of the women Inter-'23 lcr cent hike in educational f . viewed suid wives should riot benefits. under a new com- \ vow lo obey their husbands. promise reached by Senate and Love is still the major reason House conferees. The benefits women cite for getting and would be retroactive lo bcpt. 1. ' ~ ~ ~ Routine approval of the coni- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ' NEW YORK (AP) -- A good marriage Is still the dream of American women, but they want some changes matte, according to a national poll. Communal living, living alone . or living with someone without I staying married. Bui after love, . ' ' he poll indicated some sliifts in | vonuse by Federal Anti-Pollution Rules Challenged In Court Suit being married were viewed as the most satisfying way of life by only 3 per cent of ttic women interviewed in the American Women's Opinion Poll conducted by Tlie Roper Organization. ' But while 06 per cent of worn- i en still see marriage as the - best way to live, the poll re- porled that more than half now WASHINGTON (AP) -- Federal antipollution regulations for power plants announced Wednesday already have been challenged in court by utility companies and blasted by the head of the Atomic Commission. operation since Jan. 1070. add expensive cooling towers or artificial ponds to keep from healing up streams and lakes. A group ol utilities ted by Fimri'v some of the largest in the " I Middle Atlantic area imme- Personal compatibility | | , | r . . . million UIU1 I t U a O ^ l k u. 4*1IM ,-- ,, .... had warned last ascd previously proposed con- marriage - being able to talk ^.'l 1 TM?, 1 'Ji utw ,?. u . k ! .X-l?..?. slm " "'s on Power plant, discharges if a dozen forms of pollution in igniug the final regulations. But Train imposed, against ogethcr about feelings -- is llar Dl11 aS pemg inflationary, more important to women than I T "e compromise bill would ;cxual fidelity, haying children ir financial security, the poll reported today. Dominicans Cut Off Talks With Terrorists SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (AP) -- The Dominican government has suspended negotiations with terrorists holding American diplomat Barbara Hutchison and six other hostages in the Venezuelan Consulate. Archbishop Hugo Polanco Brito, who had been acting as the go-between and bringing sandwiches and drinks to those in the consulate, did not show up Wednesday. "The archbishop is not coming again," an .assistant chief of police said. "There will be no more negotiations." "If they wanl lo be lough, we'll be tough," the national police chief, Gen. Rafael Guzman Acosla, told local radio stations. He was apparently re fcrring to a slatement from the terrorists lhat their demands '. were not negotiable. They have demanded $1 mil '. lion and safe conduct to Cub; and Mexico for themselves am 37 political prisoners. Presideni Joaquin Balaguer only to send the the consulate lias agreed terrorists in believed to number six -- out of the coun try. A boltle 'conlaining nolcs ad dressed to the U.S. and Spanisl ambassadors was thrown out o the consulate Wednesday after noon. The notes were delivered but their contents were not dis closed. narital priorities. . . . . . , ,,, . ... ,,_. the f u l l House a n d ; Environmental Protection Ad- ! atc ? s " c ? 1 f a m a TM rlhc hpA ' d c "f VoV X '""' lC -' ; -"~-|Pr ' C - S -' i m 'n' s TMlo'' - ''' 1 R"' S3 ' le i |V '^! 1 "Train |" 'fi? fctteral Three out of five women un- slorl , of ' cost $1.48 billion. Among the . features ;ire a loan program of $000 per veteran and an exlen- '«me GI under- j. tutu uuv wi it v u \HJIJIL;LI un- . . . ·-· der.30 years old said one or two .§'' a . lu . a .. lcs cim K ot benefits from children was enough, according i J b ." *· months, o the poll. Premarital sex was '\ Sln g'e veteran now getting ·iewed as immoral by 5S i)er|*«J a month would receive cent of the women, down from! $ 2 ,TM lln . tto ' "'e compromise. I h e increases for a veteran with a wife would be from $261 lo $321 a monlh and for a veteran with a wife and child from S298 to $3G6 a monlh. In addition, benefits for each dependent over the nge of 2 were increased from $18 In $23. The leader of Ihe House conferees, llep, Lin'E. Tcague, D- Te\-., said he had been prom- administration . i n writing, on the benefits by Wednesday afternoon's conference, but none arrived. "If he vetoes this thing, he'll get run over," Tcague said. The chairman of the conferees, Sen. Vance Hartke, D-Ind., noted that Ford had voiced reservations about some of the programs and the over-all dollar amount agreed lo Wednes day. b5 per cent in 1070. For the first time, a majority if women indicated support for he women's movement goal of Irengthening the stains of vomen in sociely. Fifty-seven per cent of Amor- tan women favor such efforts now, compared with 48 per cent in 1972 and 40 per cent in 1970, the poll said. . . Only 14 per cent of all women! 15 TM;." " cw I l o r l prefer the feminist designation RPf tl( J n PjP Bl ". Ms. ralher than Miss or Mrs., jut 29 per ccnl of single women and 33 per ccnl of separated or divorced women prefer Ms, the poll said. Seedling Orders Now Being Taken Orders for pine seedlings are now being taken by the stale) Forestry Commission. Delivery date will be lale November, according to district Forester Everett Hill. Hill said orders should be placed by Nov. 10. Those desiring seedlings may place their orders by sending a check for the proper amount to the Arkansas Forestry Commission, Route 6, Fayetlcville. Price of liblolly or shortleaf pine seedlings is $8 per 1,000 with a minimum order of 500. Seedlings of improved loblolly pine cost $10.50 per 1,000 with a 500 minimum order. Also available at $15 per 1,000 are black walnut and black locust seedlings. Minimum orders are 50 for black walnut and 100 for the locust. October--National Restaurant Month Tim's Pizza with Schlitz Town Country Restaurant Open 24 Mrs.--7 Days Wk. Hwy. 71 S. (Old Pancake HMIM) 521-8686 11.2 Johnion Rf. F«y«tteville, Ark. BB BAR-B-QUE (3 RIocks South of Ozark Theater on 71 By Pass) Dining Rooms, Carry-Out, Sandwiches We Cater Large and Small Groups, Too! Ph. 442-9674 11.9 Weekdays, 11-10 p.m. Fri-Sal.-Sun.--Closed Tues. Closed Mon. at 3 p.m. Venesicm Inn Flwy. 68 West -- Tontiiown Open 4-9 (Closed Sunday) Rnn!.-AmTli':in! -- Mnsler Chilrffe CHICKEN HOUSE Serving The World's Finest Fried Chicken Hwy. 71 N. Springdale Marty Marys COACHMAN RESTAURANT 1212 N, College Colonial Village Meet your friends at (he COACHMAN RESTAURANT TUES., thru Sal., 5 p.m. til 10p.m. Sunday, 11 a.m. til 3 p.m. CHINESE and delirious . . . STEAKS SHRIMPS Open R-9:30 P.M. Closed Sunday Qforvtay Sup* RICE BOWL 112 Knrlft -- -H2-2273 Bring the Family and Dine In Comfort at the Breakfast Lunch Dinner fi:30-10:30 1!:30-2: 5:00-9:00 BUFFET 3 kinds of meat, assorted vegetables, salads, home made pies. Restaurant Will Close 2 p.m. Sunday 009 SCOTTISH v INNS - Tapes Stolen Edward K. Allis of Level-ell arden Aparlmenls told police arly today that, nine eight-tract apes had been taken from an nlncked car at his residence His said he heard a noise bout 12:50 p.m. Wednesda nil while checking cars i eighbor found ' some sirtal lange missing from another ar. nduslry objections, a rcquirc- nent that large power plants in Relative To Contest Will MOUNT CLEMENS. Mich. (AP) -- One of three surviving ·elatives says he plans to contest the will of an industrialist vho left some SI3 million to his lurse and thousands of dollars lo his gardener and dogs. Merlon Lamkins, 63. nephew of industrialist Sumner Lamkins, called the will outrageous and said he would file suit in Macomb County Probate Court Ibis week contesling it. Lamkins died Sunday at 82. A widower. Lamkins lefl the bulk of his $13 million eslale to Lucille Rahmcyer, 56. She served as his housekeeper and confidante · after nursing his mother during a terminal illness 20 years ago and his wife, who died in 1967. Lamkins also named Mrs. Rahmeyer president of his 700- cmployc New Haven, Mich, foundry, where she has been secretary and director. Lamkins also bequeathed $10,000 to his gardener, Steve Sputa, 62. of New Baltimore; $15,000 for the care of Iwo German Shepherd dogs; $25,000 lo the Macomb County Humane Society; and $40.000 to two Mount Clemens churches. of appeals in Richmond, Va., seeking lo overturn the new regulations. It came as no surprise to Train, who told reporters Wednesday he was sure somebody would sue -- as somebody always did when liPA issued a major regulation. Meanwhile, the EPA regu- lalions were sharply criticized by Dixy Lee Ray. chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission. She said the comission had told EPA emphatically thai the question of retro-filling atomic power plants with wa cr-cooling facilities "was one 'ssuc of extraordinary impor- .ance." She said some 55 nuclear ·lanls might be required to adc hese facilities at an estimated cost of $2.1 billion. EPA estimated its entire so of standards, covering both Senate Shelves Foreign Aid Bill WASHINGTON (AP) -- The icnatc has shelved a S2.5-billion oieign aid bill, but only after 'otiug lo bring CIA covert op- :ralions under close congres- ional scrutiny. A 41-39 vote returned the automation bill lo Ihe Senate 'orcign Relations Commillce al leasl until after the Novcm- er elections. Its ultimate fate c-maincd uncertain. The Senate had loaded down he bill with ceilings, limita- ions and restrictions opposed y President Ford and Secre- ary of State Henry A. Kissin- gei. Included were military aid cutoffs for Turkey and Chile, md rcduclions in food aid and erlilizcr sbipmenls lo South Vietnam. In the end, 24 Republicans Democrals supported MR. QUICK Weekend Special Friday - Saturday - Sunday BUY ONE DBL CHEESEBURGER For 69c Get Second One heal and other pollution dis charges, would cost utilitie: some $4.1 billion by 1983 am would add about 1.5 per cent L the cost of electricity. Northweit Arlrarues TIMES, Thurt:.. Oct. 15, 1974 · FAYCTTEVILLI, ARKANIAS 15 and he motion of Sen. John 0. Pas- ore, D-R.I., to recommit the )ili. Seven Republicans and 32 Democrats voted against it. Relumed to committee along with the bill was an amendment to require the president lo report to Congress before spending any money for covert operations by the CIA or any other government agency, ex- ccpl for the sole purpose of obtaining information. The amendment, offered by Sen, Harold E. Hughes, D-Iowa Lincoln Falls To Pea Ridge In Jr. Game LINCOLN - The Pea Ridge Blackbawks spoiled Lincoln Junior High's homecoming i Tuesday nighl by nipping t h e i Wolves 15-14. Sieve Keller scored on a hree-yard run and a 35-yard junt return for Pea Ridge in he first quarter, and Ihc lawks made the resulting 15 points stand up. Lincoln narrowed ils halitimc leficit lo 15-8 on a 35-yard nalf- ack pass irom Preston Roberts o Lynn Elmore, and a two- point conversion run by Mark lolcraft. Roberts and" Elmore hooked up again in Ihe Ihird quarter for a 12 - yard scoring strike', but the conversion try failed and left Lincoln a point short. Oulslanding on defense for Ihc Wolves w e r e Holcraft and Roberts. Nixon Aide Disputes Testimony WASHINGTON (AP) -- Former While House aide Peter.,M. [·"lanigan has disputed congressional testimony that he offered ambassadorships in return "for contributions to former Pi'esi- dent Richard M. Nixon's campaign. Testifying Wednesday before lie Senate Foreign Relations Committee on his own nomination to be ambassador to Spain, Flanigan said. "Most-of .hcse matters have been looked uto at great length by the Watergate special prosecutor "/'.. and his response is thai they ·mow about Ihese Ihings and :hey have no charges aga'fnst me." the Central Intelligence Agency under strict legislative review since Ihe agency came undei and adopted by voice vote, was fire three weeks ago for coven the strongest atlempt to bring joperations in Chile^ FOLDS 70 10" SM.ES F»jeHevllle D E. Side Square THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY ONLY! Vv'illLb UOI-.I FOCAL Color-Print FILM 126-12 LIMIT 2 Men's Nylon Quilted Jackets OUR REG. 9.96 766 12" B W TELEVISION REG. 89.88 73 REYNOLDS WRAP 68 LIMIT 2 12" x 75' Hefty Trash Bags 57' With Attached Twist Tie. 10 BAGS BOYS' WARM-UP JACKETS REG. 6.97 5 $ Boys' Sizes S-M-L POLY- PERK Percolators 4 TO 8 CUP 66 5 LIMIT 2 FOR r- -^ I 3 FISH SANDWICHES Friday Only MR. QUICK 1525 South School Fayetteville Phone 442-9333 DRISTAN Cold Capsules 72' PKG. OF 10 TABLETS 7!/4"Black and Decker CIRCULAR SAW Kmart Baby Powder 14 OZ. and Baby Shampoo 16 OZ. 47 LIMIT 2 Metal Folding CHAIRS OUR REG. 4.94 3 25 EACH LIMIT 4 PLASTIC TRASH CAN 3 17 1 BUSHEL SIZE Cufex Polish Remover 28 6-oz. SIZE Pepsodenf Toothpaste 57' 7 OZ. FAMILY SIZE. LIMIT 2 KEN'S PIZZA RESERVE NOTE $1.00 OFF WITH PURCHASE OF ANY 15" PIZZA Not Good On D«liv«ry Or Carry Out AT 409 West Dickson VOID WITH ANT OTHER PROMOTION KEN'S PIZZA DOLLAR Umbroller Baby Stroller OUR REG. 19.88 17 Baby Stroller That Folds Like An Umbrella. Infant's and Toddlers JEANS REG. 2.77 STRIPED AND SOLIDS INFANT'S AND TODDLER'S LONG Sleeve Tops For The Winter Mornings Coming Dpi Hwy. 71 B r North a! Rolling Hills Drive in Fayetteville, Ark.

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