Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 10, 1974 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 10, 1974
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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurs., Od. 10, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS Martha Mitchell Asks For $3,000 A Week NEW YORK AP) -.Martha Mitchell's lawyer says she needs more money to cope with the high cost of living. But an attorney for her husband says she is living pretty high already. The conflict arose Tuesday during a Manhattan state Supreme Court hearing as Mrs. Mitchell pressed her petition SEEKS ALIMONY .. .wife o/ former Atty. Gen. John Mitchell pauses outside the State Supreme Court in New York NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS IN THE TIMES Forty Petit Jurors Chosen Forty residents of Washington County were selected by the Jury Commissioners to serve as petit jurors for the October term of the Circuit Court. Fayetteville residents selected are Mary F. Finch, Sara Fleming, Carl Ferguson, Vernon An derson, Barbara . Singleton, Patsy Hall, Joe Christman, James M. Walker, Philip E, Bradley, Mary Gray, Normal; D e s k i n . Dolores Lankford, Fama J. Perry, Morris G. Col lier, Frank J. Broyles, Con stance Clack and Albert Baltz. Other jurors are Benton M, Wray, Jr., Keith C. Cooper Bobby Joe Acord and Juanita Antierspn, all of Farmington; George M. Madden, Larry W Moore, J. B. Anders and Ken neth Wirm all of West Fork; Ralph Caudle and Jeredon Chandler, both a! Winslow; Ce lia Sutherland, Weslev Burkett, Michael Z. Harp, Nelda Gaj Bernadon and Margaret D, Clark, all of Springdale; Kay G. Coliett, Harmon, Basi E. Dunn, Don Hoag, and Troy E. Glass, all of LUteral; Eu gene J. Aaron, Tontitown Charles L. Truelov'e, Crawford; Ralph Blyth, Elm Springs ant Elmer Omonundro, Greenland, for $3,000 a week temporary limony and $35,000 in counsel ees from her' estranged hus- and, former Atty. Gen. John N. Mitchell. As Mrs. Mitchell sat in a spectator's scat, her lawyer, Hchard Creditor, said "She las made some money from public appearances. She was 'orced to do so, particularly in view of the high cost of living." Mrs. Mitchell's financial situation was "dire," Creditor added, and she has been forced :o support herself by "doing things which are not in her best interest." But lawyer Marvin Segal noted that his client Mitchell was in Washington, where he is on trial on charges of taking part in the Watergate cover-up. He could not consult his client and needed more time, Segal said. He added that arrangements were in progress to give Mrs. Mitchell a paymem "so that the problem of subsist ence will be adequately cov ered." But outside he gestured to the cavernous courthouse ceiling and told reporters: "He wants to take care of her but it's out of proportion. She lives in a house that has a liv ing room as big as this corri dor. It's like the Taj Mahal." Justice Manuel Gomez re served decision on the petition a preliminary to Mrs. Mit chell's suit for separation. ·XPERT WATCH REPAIR SWIFTS OPEN DAILY 9-9; CLOSED SUNDAY THURSDAY. FRIDAY. SATURDAY ONLY E Mediterranean can-finish*! 59.88 42", PECAN-FINISH Reg. 179.88-4 Days Instcmt-on FM/AM/ FM stereo has AFC, ffe record changer and ^K built-in 8-track ster- *f eo tape player. 6- speakers/Mem, 149 Whirlpool UPRIGHT FREEZER Reg. 218.88 $ 199 12.0 cu. ft. freezer holds up to 420 Ibs. of frozen food. Adjustable temperature control. Defrost drain system. Hurry in for big savings. OCT.10,11,12 PUDDING'N TOPPING SAT. OCT. 12 ROAST BEEF LUNCHEON 1.17 CopyriatitOlD?.lll»S,S KRESfiE Company SUBMARINES 3 IV 1 Giant bun with balogna, salami, luncheon meat, cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, plcklesl SLICED HAM 169 I LB. Tender, Juicy sliced ham, precooked and ready to serve any time of day. At super savings. Hwy, 71 B, Horfh 3) Rolling Hills Drive in FayefteviHe. Ark. Arkansas Pharmacists To Meel Oct. 16 District I of the Arkansas larmaceutlcal Association will ect at Wyatl's Cafeteria here 8 p.m. 1 October 16. National health insurance le- sliition, the extended Arkansas edicaid prescription drug pro- 'ani and pharmacy ownership gislation will be on the agenda ccording to Charles West of ttle Rock, association presi- ent. West said the discussions ill include how these issues ill affect the profession. Others expected to attend in Ring Missing Miss Mary Reagan of 932 ighiand Ave. told Fayetteville olice Tuesday that a diamond nd emerald ring, valued at bout $600, was taken from her ouse sometime since July 15. Jiss Reagan said that she last aw the ring on the coffee table n the living room. PUBLIC AUCTION Saddles Tack Ov«r $50,000 wwih or utddl* tna iKk will b* liquidated per or- atr of Amerka Saddlt Co, Tun- day Oct. 15th 7:10 P.M. II in* new National Guard Armory i»ar the rayetteville Airport on Hwy. n So. Fayetlevlllt, Arfcan. ·at. u d e ' Mrs. Benny Post, of mackover, president o( the omen's auxiliary; Reid Holian of Springdale, a member the state board of pharmacy nd representatives of the Unl- ersily of Arkansas School of harmacy, PAID .prescriptions nd Arkansas Social and Re- abilitative Services. District officers are John Page, Fayclleville, president; Gary Davis, Prairie Grove, president-elect; Larry Dillon, Gravette. secretary-treasurer; Ivan Rose, Rogers, member of the legislative committee and Gary R. Beasley, Danville, member of the board of directors. The district is composed of Benton, Madison and Washington counties. Grain Sought : WASHINGTON (AP) - Th* Soviet Union was trying to buy up to six times the amount of corn and wheat for which it was believed to be in the marl ket w h e n President Ford moved to halt grain sales to thfl Russians last Saturday, sayl Agriculture Secretary Earl L*. Butz. ' i We Will Be CLOSED MONDAY, OCTOBER 14 In Observance of Columbus Day Fayetteville Savings Loan Association First Federal Savings Loan Association Double Bonus Offer! BONUS NO. 1--SAVE 10.05! Orig. $100 50 PC. Service For 8 Community Stainless Don't miss this double bonus offer on Community® stainless by Oneida. You save a total of 26.05 with your purchase of this 50 piece service for 8 in your choice of five patterns . . . New Coronation, Paul Revere, Louisiana, Madrid, and Venetia. Set includes 8 each dinner knives, dinner forks, salad folks, soup spoons, plus 16 teaspoons and 2 serving spoons. Limited quantities. Sale ends October 31. SHIELD OF SAVINGS 50-PC. SET BONUS NO. 2 You Receive 5 Matching Serving Pieces. .No Charge (Regularly $16) Silver-DILLARD'S-Second Floor Distinctive Wall Decor BY SYROCO A. Orig. $21 tradtional curio cabinet in gold finish. 24"xI9''. 16.99 B. Orig. 12.98 gold finish wall mirror.- 29"xl8". 9.99 C. 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