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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sat., Oct. FAVETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Obituary lllllIllfflTOIItlllllllllllllM MISS KAY ESTES Miss Kay Eslcs. 27, of Benton led Thursday in a local hospi- a!. Born May 30, 1947. she was ie daughter of Peter G. and ,ouise Hanna Estes. Ford Survivors are her mother and father; one brother, Peter E. Estcs of Fayctleville; two sis- leis Mrs. Nancy Nation or Prairie Grove Brown of and Mrs. Janet Fayctteville; her (CONTINUED FROM PAGE I) rowd of several thousand ear- ier in Greenville, Ford called or Hie election of Republican enale and bouse candidates vho will "cut red tape, cut the budget and, in effect, cut the nustard." Appearing with Sen. Strom Thurmond, R-S.C., and the state's maj,v GOP vote seekers. 7ord said the men and women ie \yas endorsing were "trying o give you competition" in politics. In most of his campaign appearances, the President has lointed to polls indicating a lim Republican prospect in the November balloting and called or preservation of the two-party system. Ford left the Greenville, airport via helicopter at 9:51 a.m. en route to Anderson 'for the second leg of his South Carolina lour. He was also to visit Rock Hill. S.C.. Greensboro; N.C., and Louisville. Ky. The President left Washington early today for what was,to be a 16-hour campaign toiir. pnlernal grandmother. Mrs. W.G. Esles of Cape Girardeau, Mo.; und her maternal grandmother, Mrs. J.B. Hanna of Fayetteville. Graveside services were held today at 10 a.m. at Fairview M e'm o r'i a 1 Gardens under direction of Moore's Funeral Home. ncreasc requested lome Insurance Co. apply at ncrease. NUTRITION POSTER WINNERS .. .from left, Jamie Lockhart, Jennifer Teas and Sabrma Laliiri with Jennifer's poster which took a prize in the district competition Nutrition Poster Egypt, Soviet Union Make More Demands Of Israelis By The Associated Press The Soviet Union and Egypt have demanded that the Palestine Liberation Organization, a /guerrilla umbrella group, he "allowed to participate on equal terms in any Arab-Israeli peace talks. There was no immmediate Israeli response to the declarations issued Friday -in Cairo ,and "Moscow after Egyptian Foreign Minister Ismail Pahmy Deductions (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) the Internal Revenue Service, these audits have now been completed and have resulted in adjustments, as in the past," Rockefeller said. When he submitted his tax records to the Senate committee and summarized them in a lengthy opening statement "Sept. 23, Rockefeller gave no "Indication the figures were sub ject to further audit. The additional taxes include $104,180 in federal income taxes for 1970, a year in which pre viously he had not paid any federal income tax though he did pay $814,701 in total federal state and local taxes. Rockefeller had said he didn' owe federal income taxes tha year because of changes in thi investments held by the twi trusts that provide the bulk o his income. The two trusts paii more than $6 million in capita gains taxes that year, however School Board Plans Tuesday Meeting The Fayetteville School Boar will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesda at the school aciministralio Building for the regular Octobe meeting. The. ' agenda · includes hearing on a petition from res dents of Grandview Apar ments;. a request for priorit for sidewalks at Butterfield an consideration of dedication land on Lewis Avenue to th city of Fayetteville. 21! N. Kosi Are. FajelteTllle, Ark, 1T,m Published daily and Sunday esc January 1, Jnly 4. Tnanks£ivlng . Second class Postage Paid ai VayelievlUe. Art. 5IEMBER ASSOCIATED TRESS Tfae Associated Press Es entitled e* elnjiTely to the use for republics tlon ot all local new* printed. In th! newspaper as *tell as all AP newj dispatches. .- , BOBSCBirnox RATES Effective October 1. 1973 Home nellrerr Per monlh by carrier -- J 0ing!e copy flatly lOc, Sunday C.8. Mall In Washington, Benton, Madison Cx ties. Ark.. Adalr Co.. OK3,: a month* ft month? City Box Section, Ontiide above countVa: 5 months -6 months 1 YEAR . 30.H 40 J9.50 M.O . tit, HAH, stmscRipriOM MVABLE m ADVANCE ncluded four days of talks ;h Kremlin leaders. The Israelis have repeatedly 'used to negotiate with the O, calling it an organization terrorists and murderers. lie only meeting place for Isel and the organization .. .is the battle field," Israeli Pre- ier Yitzhak Rabin declared is week. The Egyptian and Soviet mmuniques also gave support r the creation of a Palestinian 3te as a idtlle East peace, racl in the past has been Winners Named requirement for something »ainst because it claims such slate would only create an- ler enemy on its borders. The FLO, led by Yasir Arat, has sought to set up an in-: ependent Palestinian state on e West Bank of the Jordan iver and in the Gaza Strip, oth occupied by Israel since ie 1967 Middle East war. The . Soviet a n d . Egyptian ommuniques said the two ountries have agreed that any etllement in the Middle East lust secure "the legitimate ghts of the Arab people of alestine including its right to reation of its national home." In Jerusalem, Israeli Foreign linister" Yigal All on "said "Fri- ay that Israel was ready to ive up more of its occupied return for a p l e d g e b y Tint"Allon. said in a television peech that the next step in the nest for peace depends on the utcome of the Arab summit onference scheduled for Raat, Morocco at the end of this month. The Arab leaders are ixpected to use the summit to Sabrina Lahiri, a student at Root Elementary School, and Jamie Lqckhard of Fayelteville High School'took first place in the district nutrition poster contest, sponsored by the Arkansas School Food Service Asscia- tion. Their winning posters will be entered in .state wide competition and state winners will be displayed at the Governor's Mansion. Jennifer Teas, also a student at Root, was a first division winner. Other division winners were Stephanie Gumming and Lisa Bihn, second place and Bo Segers and Lee Kelly, third place: All are students at Root School. Secondary students taking division awards were Wendy Wai-ford, FHS, second and Michel W- Green, Ramay Junior High School, third. The posters were judged by a Home Economics class at the University of Arkansas. Security 01 Nixon Tapes Becomes Issue WASHINGTON (AP) -Existing safeguards prevent former President Richard M. Nixon's tapes from being destroyed before Congress can act 'to preserve t h e m , White louse counsel Philip W. Buche n says. · . . . , - . i But Buchen's comment,' made n a letter to the House printing subcommittee, was not enough assurance for the panel's chairman, Rep. John Brademas, D- Ind. ' ;/ \'-":':. . . : - · Brademas said Friday lie had 'grave alarm" over what he said was Buchen's failure in the letter to give, specific information on the security arrangements under which Nixon's tapes and papers are now being held. . · ' '. ; .. Brademas, whose subcorii- mittee has before'it a Senate- passed bill forbidding .the destruction of -the documents without congressional approval, had sought the information.. . Buchen, in a letter dated. Oct. 1C, relied that the tapes and papers would remain under White House control until the special Watergate prosecutor's office agreed to specific arrangements giving it subpoena access to documents for Waler^ gate trial proceedings. The White 'House Couple Petitions For Absentee Ballots LITTLE ROC K(AP) -- The Rev. and Mrs. Doyle Lumpkin of Little Rock petitioned the Pulaski County Chancery Courl Friday-to compell Charles Jackson, the' bounty clerk, to issue them absentee ballots for the Nov. 5 general election. The petition said the Lum pkins. had been selected .by the county, election: commissipn-as election officers at.Pr.ecincl. 98 Therefore, the Lumpkins wilTbe. absent from their own'precinc on election day, the petition added. The Lumpkins contend thai Jackson told them they, had to plan to be out of town Nov. 5 in order to receive , absentee. hal lots. ,',.,... Lumpkin, who is chaplajn the state Girls Training Schoo at Alexander, and his wife live in Precinct 94 in western Littli Rock. , Judge..; Tom .F. Digby,. ha: scheduled a hea'ring .on'the.casi for Thursday. . ', "".:' ' . . . : , Jackson also has.been sued in U.S. District Court here by fou women over voting registratioi rules and by a man over a rul' that voters have to have livei in their voting precinct for 3 days before an election. Coyotes Plan Halloween Party Insurance Rale Increase Refused LITTLE ROCK APi - In- tirance Commissioner Ark lonroe HI said Friday he had urned down an automobile rate by the of New be- lority in the field of auto In- urance rates Is questioned In i-ork. Monroe said he did so ause- the commissioner's wo suits pending before tale Supreme Court. the Airline, Auto And Securities Industries To Alter Strategies He said the company could a later date for the The suits were filed by sepa- ate companies in Circuit Court it Little Rock against Monroe's Drder for them to reduce rates n light of slower speed limits and fewer, miles being driven in he energy shortage era. In one suit, Judge' Warren E. flood of Little Rock ruled that Monroe had exceeded his au- Jwrity. .In the other suit, Judge fortiVE.: Digby ruted that Monroe': ; had the authority to order he "reduction. NEW YORK (AP) -- The search for profit In an unsettling economy produced news this past week from the airline and auto industries, and in the heart of Wall Street itself. Pan American World Airways and Trans World Airlines signed a major agreement to change their routes. One provison calls for suspension of TWA service to West Germany, another for suspen- Ict all brokerage be set by open of France, Pan Am Portugal, service to Spain and iiiMynininniiiinffliuniiiiiiiiiiuiiiHinBiiiinnin CITIZENS RALLY AROUND HERMIT LIVERMORE, Calif. (AP) -Townspeople, touched by the plight of their burly but gentle hermit in his struggle with the guardians of society, are rallying to his aid with cash, clothing and compassion. Alameda County officials burned down Mike Pompileo's cardboard-patched wood shack last week, declaring the place a ral-ipfested health hazard. Morocco. TWA would give up its authority for flights between Washington and London, but would acquire Pan Am's authority to fly between Los Angeles and' Honolulu instead of just flying between those two points on the way to some further destination. Both airlines previously have tried to get government approval to merge some of their operations as they struggle to co.n- tcnd with profit problems largely linked to overcapacity on foreign operation and the rising cost of jet fuel. Their agreement this past week, which officials estimated would produce at least $25 million more in profits apiece during its first year, also remains subject to government approv- a l - " ' Workers strike, the company posted a third-quarter loss of 27.4 million. The New York Stock Exchange said this past week it was refusing to adopt rule* which would commissions competition ns of next May. The competitive rule proposal is from the Securities and Exchange Commission, which has already prodded Wall Street into adopting such rates on trades worth less than $2,000 or more than $300,000. Rates on other trades are set by fixed schedule. .; Some in the industry contend that many brokerage houses would be forced out of business by fully competitive rates. Ths exchange contends its own existence could be threatened by the rale plan and SEC plans to create a more centralized securities market. They dogs, also cats evicted Pompileo's and duck, charged the hermit with trespassing on another person's land and delivered him to Napa State Hos- trying to get h i m pital. "We're back here," said Mrs. Galbraith, in charge of the emergency program to help Fom- lileo. "Mike is perfectly harm- ess Prison lawyer added that a Sept. 6 agreement Between Nixon and the government provides security by requiring that the materials be jointly held by the former President and the General Services Administration. The papers would be held in joint custody for three years, the tapes for five years. Earlier this week, Nixon filed a court suit asserting that the Sept. 6 agreement has been violated because he does not ex- the SAN FRANCISCO . ;(AP). -Coyote, the group that:brought you the First Annual Hookers' Convention, is planning a Halloween party. Margo St. ; .Tames, . Coyote's chairman, said the group is sponsoring, a masquerade'.'ball on Oct; 27 -- four days before Halloween. The theme of the dance is "No Hippo-Critters Allowed," said Miss St.. James. . . . .'Earlier". 1 'this,"'yeiir, .'.Coyote staged "a convention fof prostitutes to discuss their legal problems and what they say is police harassment. Miss St. James said proceed* from the masquerade ball wil go to Coyote's. legal defense fund, self-help clinic, newsletter and other activities aimed toward decriminalizing prostitution. it:». He's lived here almost his whole life and people kind of love him. So what if he s eccentric? He's a very proud Chrysler Corp., the nation's third biggest automaker said tills past week it would try to help its profit picture by putting a majtf cost-cutting program into effect. Some sources said the program could include widespread white collar layoff and perhaps the closing of one of the company's six domestic assembly plants. Chrysler is expected by industry .analysts to break even or report a loss when it announces its third-quarter financial results later this month. A year earlier, when it had been hit by a national United Auto Safe Stolen Washington Sheriff's office received a complaint Friday night from Mrs. Henry Rains of Route 4, Springdale reporting burglary and theft of a fire« proof safe from her home. Mrs. Rains told deputies that someone had entered the house through an unlocked door between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. She said that the safe contained savings and loan certificates and other personal papers. man; it's sad to break a man s Pr in B Oakland on Friday, the 6- foot 250-pound Pompileo told Alameda County Superior Court Judge Harold Hove that all he wants in Me is to return to Liver more to tend his pets, chat with folks and wander about as the spirit moves him. . The judge ordered 55-year-old Pompileo to submit to psychiatric examination next week nd freed him to the custody of ercise equal control documents and that inai Desert in lonbelligerency 'gypt.. (CONTINUED FHOM PAGE O3TE) governor to name a "blue-ribbon" group -to study the housing problem and oiher aspects of the court's decision and work Coward recommendations to solve the problems. Such recommendations apparently could include greater support for the regional jails concept, more community "treatment work, and other alternatives to imprisonment. The proposal was over they stored in Washington instead of near his home at San Clemente, Calif. unified position in for the Geneva developments, the tabled, jected, but not although formally re- other board ormulate.,a 'reparation alks. In related ?airo newspaper Al Gomhouria ·eported from Moscow that the Soviet Union has tentatively agreed to supply Egypt with a nuclear reactor. In June, President Nixon dur- ng his Middle East trip prom- sed to suppply both Egypt and Israel with technological aid to develop their nuclear energy programs ' for peaceful purposes. The matter is still pend- .ng before Congress. Siereo Stolen From Locked Car The theft of a stereo tape player from the car ot Nancy Kathryn Hamilton of Route 2 was reported to Fayetteville po lice Friday night. Miss Hamilton told police the locked car had been entered while it was parked on a local business lot along Hwy. 71 North. She said that the car had apparently been unlocked with some type of wire as there was no sign of a forcible entry. The dash of the car, she said, had sustained considerable damage when the tape player members appeared to take a dim view of this suggestion. The board also adopted the affirmative action report it had drafted earlier and submitted f o r approval of federal agencies. The report sets out a plan by which the Corrections Department aims to obtain additional black employes. That also had been mandated by the 8th .Circuit Court 'of Appeals. Hutto recommended pursuing egal alternatives, such as rehearing and appeal, while also exploring the possibility of providing temporary space immediately to relieve overcrowded conditions.. The board was told in Hulto's report that if no action were taken and the appeals court decision eventually were given final approval through the appeal process, the court might order the release of up to 600 inmates to relieve overcrowding. Moon Sentenced For Assassination Try SEOUL,'South Korea (AP) -A court today sentenced Moon Se-kwang to death for the assassination attempt on President Chung Hee Park. The president's wife was killed in the shooting. The death sentence is subject to review by a higher court. Moon. 23. fired five-shots a( Park during an independence day rally Aug. 15. One shot struck and killed Mrs. Park. The Japanese-born Moon said he was acting on instructions from two other persons -- a member of a pro-North Korean Viet Mine Blast Kills Children LOC KHE, South Vietnam (AP) -- Eight schoolchildren were killed when a .claymore mine planted by a 14-year-old boy exploded, spewing shrapnel across a schoolyard, police said today. Another 17 children were injured in the blast Friday, which also killed two government militiamen-and- wounded .fourroth- ers. Police said th« mainrtafget of the attack was the military chief of Loc Khe, but that he was away at the time. Loc Khe is about 30 miles notthwest. of Saigon. The blast occurred ;during a midafternoon recess when the children aged from 6 to 14 years old vyere playing in the schoolyard just'50 yards from where the mine was planted un der camouflage. Police. said . they. detained boy who admitted under inter rogation that, he had .set-off .tht mine to" kill the military wart chief 1 and other soldiers. The boy's elder brother was a mem her of the Viet Cong, polici said. a son in San Jose. Mrs. Galbraith said she s already collected $200 and hired a lawyer to defend against the trespass charge. Local teenagers are holding a fund-raising dance for hjm Saturday night. ' " ' · · . iiiiniitiitininnniHiimiiinininiiiniiinnnin win Judge Orders Gumey Be Fingerprinted JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Despite his argument that he s a prominent man with local oots. Sen. Edward J. Gurney must be photographed and fingerprinted like "any other de- endant," a federal judge says. U.S. District Judge Ben Krentzman on Friday gave 'defendant Edward J. Gurney" 15 days to report to a U.S. marshal and comply with the order. Gurney, a member of the defunct-Senate Watergate com- mitte, was Indicted last July on bribery, conspiracy and per- lury charges by a grand jury :ha£ said he collected a $233,000 slush'fund from builders seeking Theft Reported Barry Ridings of 654 Lindell Ave. told Fayctleville police Friday that someone had entered his house through an unlocked front window and taken a Maranz stereo unit and four speakers. Ridings said that two of the speakers belonged to a friend and could not estimate their value to police. The two speakers and stereo unit belonging to Ridings were valued at $510. They were stolen sometime between 6 p.m and 10 p.m. had been mounting. ripped from its MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! If you cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONE 442.fi2.12 Dally 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. grouj North claimed he was a Communist. The incident strained Japanese-Korean relations as Japan lisclaimerl any responsibility Tor the assassination. South Korea contended Japan refused to cooperate in the investiation. based Korean Japan agent. and Moon No Instant Miracles BETHLEHEM, Pa. (AP) -The First Valley 'Bank bega distribution of some 21,00 WIN anti-inflation buttons Fn day. One recipient, who turne his upside down to read "NIM, cautioned "No instant mir Mrs, Thomas Heads Troxell Drive in County Mrs. Daniel Thomas of Prairie Grove has been named Washington County chairman for the campaign of Mrs. Lcona Troxell, Republican candidate for lieutenant governor. Mrs. Thomas w i l l coordinate activities and volunteers for Mrs. Troxell in the county. She will arrange speaking engagements and distribute campaign material. She may be contacted at 81i-212I or 267-3322. Mrs. Troxell is the first woman to seek the office of Lieutenant Governor in Arkansas and was the first and only woman to serve as state administrator of the Arkansas Employment Security Division. She serves as Republican N a t i o n a l Commiltcewoman from Arkansas. v M. William Fields CHARTERED LJFB UNDERWRITER SPECTRUM CTNANiaAL , SERVICES 9 The Finest In Life Insurance Product* !03 Hatacoclt OHIO Build Inf. MO North Block SI Telephone: 521-5173 FayeU«vil]e, Artjnsui T7IO iis influence with the Federal [lousing Administration. Gurney's attorneys had ar M e d that the government was ;rying to humiliate the Florida Republican by requiring him to be photographed and fingerprinted by U.S. marshals. The attorneys said Gurney's fingerprints already were on File with the government as a former serviceman and that his p h o t o g r a p h h a d appeared "thousands of limes" in news papers. . B u t Krentzman said, "I think it is tremendously important that if there is to be public confidence there will be equal justice under the law." 5th Annual ANTIQUES Show and Sale Rogers Armory October 18,19,20 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. 17 Dealers HELP STAMP OUT STRANGERS Non* are quJU to «lon« »i tii« stranger In town, or the twwcotnert to th« neighborhood. Rimember your lect move -.how you frit M the marine van pulled »w«y... how you more then half urtrted you'd never come? Spare your new neighbors feelings such a* Cheie. Ut the Welcome Wagon Hoeteis bring greetings and gifts to ma ke them f Ml at home. . Help stamp out strangers. Cetf Welcome Wefon todey tt Phone 443-5438 or 442-8111 WELCOME NKWCOMIKM Ux Dili coupon to M u* know you're Mr*. Han* ............ . . . A«drm ......................... city ............................. ( ) Pfeii* tin* tr» W*TCMM Waun HMtm Mil Ml m*. { I I would tile* I* lUbMrlb* t the N.W. Ark. TIME* , I ) I alratdy lUbKrib* to DM ' TIMES. ) nil cut th* coupon ami mall to TIMES. Box CV F*y*tt«l»*, Ark. J raniiiiiimniniii^^ WHAT'S TO EAT AT SCHOOL NEXT WEEK? Menus Furnished By Area School* ELKINS People Helping People Directors of ink Funeral Service «5# Service 11 DRAIN, R»1*!(h Dita -- Graveside lervices Monday, 10:00 ajn. Mount Comfort Cemetery. Rev. Hay Hasnell officiating. RE-ELECT REPRESENTATIVE CHARLES W. STEWART WHO HAS TENURE TO BE IN POSITIONS OF RESPONSIBILITY Democrat Candidate For State Representative, District 10 P»13 for by Jotnn Stewirt FAYETTEVILLE M O N D A Y : Vegetable-beef soup, cheese sandwich, apple cobbler, milk. TUESDAY: Seasoned pinto beans, fried okra, green salad, corn bread, butter, strawberry sundae, milk. WEDNESDAY: Creole spaghetti, cole slaw, hot buttered french bread, apple, milk. THURSDAY -- Chili dog on bun, french fried potatoes, celery carrot sticks, spice cake, milk. FRIDAY: Turkey Dressing casserole, buttered peas, fruit cup, sugar cookie, milk. rice, salad SPRINGDALE MONDAY: Spanish green beans, lettuce orange half, rolls TUESDAY: Salisbury steak, whole buttered potatoes, jello fruit salad, blackeyed peas, jelly and rolls. WEDNESDAY: Barbecues turkey on bun, creamed peas, apple and celery salad, cookie. THURSDAY: Fish sticks seasoned beans, salw with carrots, conrbread, ice cream. FRIDAY: Hamburger, french fries, catsup, pickles onions, cherry pie. Bread, butter and 'A pint ol milk are served wih a 11 lunches. PRAIRIE GROVE MONDAY: Pfg in the blanket with mustard, potato salad English peas, orange juiqe milk. TUESDAY: Barbecue ham burger, aer os casup, green burger, later tots catsup green beans, sugar cookie, milk WEDNESDAY: C h i l i a l i o dumplings, Mexican style beans tomato wedge, conrbread but ter. peaches, milk. THURSDAY: Fish sticks french fries t catsup, butterei carrots, cinnamon rolls, milk. FRIDAY: Chili dog, french fries catsup, combination sa lad, peach cobbler, milk. M O N D A Y : Macaroni * heese, green peas, beets, rolls i butter, chocolate cake ,ic- ig, milk. Tuesday: Chile dogs, potato hips, lettuce wedges, fruit obbler, milk. WEDNESDAY: Fried chick- n, mashed potatoes, buttered arrots, rolls butter, ica ream, milk. THURSDAY: Mealloaf, green jeans, lettuce salad, rolls' Duller, chocolale pudding, milk. F R I D A Y : Country-styls teak, mashed potatoes with ravy, green peas, rolls but- er, cinnamon rolls, milk. WESTFORK MONDAY: Sloppy Joe ham- urgers, pork beans, french, ries, cookie, milk. TUESDAY: Chicken fried steak, mashed potaloes j [ravy. carrot celery sticks, ruit jello. WEDNESDAY: Pinto beans iam, potatoe salad, cole slaw, cinnamon rolls, cornbread. Milk. THURSDAY: Frito pie, mixed vegetables, banana pie, hot rolls, milk. ·; FRIDAY: Fish sticks tarter iauce, french fries catsup, cole slaw, chocolate cake, hot rolls, milk. GREENLAND ; MONDAY: Bar-B-Q B e e f , potato salad, . baked heaps, pudding cookies. TUESDAY: Meat loaf, green beans, mashed potatoes, hot rolls, peach halves. W E D N E S D A Y : Pizza * cheese, buttered corn, lettuca salad, brownies. THURSDAY: Fish squares, m a s h e d potatoes, coleslaw cornbread, ice cream. FRIDAY: Beef patties, pickles, onions, freneh fries, catsup. jello. All lunches milk and butter. served with tiHiiniiiiiiiiiiii'JiniiiiiiiJiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiflnt

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