Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 24, 1974 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 24, 1974
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MortriweJt Arfconsa* TIMES, Tnur».,.Od. 24, T974 FAYETTIVILLE, ARKANSAS Women Priests Plan Worship Celebration MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) -- The Rev. Dr. Jeaunette R. Piccard of Minneapolis says she and two other women ordained as Episcopal priests will celebrate the eucharist in New York City's on Sunday. Riverside Church The three arc planning the service despite a declaration of .he Episcopal House of Bishops that they are not priests. The ordination of the Rev. luiinHiililltlim Obituary MRS. OLLIE CARTER Springdale -- Mrs. 0 11 i e ,,. Carter, 92, of Springdale, died Wednesday in a local nursing home. Born Aug. 20. 1882 in Harmon, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Weir, she was a Methodist. She is survived by one daughter, Miss Irene Carter ot Springdale. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Sisco Funeral Chapel riday with Woman Sought For Sale Of 8-Month-Old Son VANCOUVER, B.C. (AP) -' Police were looking tor a woman who sold an 8-monlh-old baby boy she claimed was her son for $5. . The baby is in the care of the Children's Aid Society and the woman who bought him Tuesday snys she would like to adopt him. Waived Objection J. J. Wilson, attorney for Watergate cover-up defendant H. R. Haldemsm leaves U.S. District Court in Washington Wednesday after llie (rial recessed for the day. Commenting on his initial objection which he later withdrew to (lie playing of a While House tape at Ihe (rial, Wilson said, "I gave them a mn for t H c money, didn't 1?" (AP Wire- photo) Dr. Piccard, 79, and 1C other women last July was called "irregular" by the church, because the Episcopal Church's General Convention has not yet permitted the ordination ot women as priests. "It seems incredible that sex alone can be a barrier to the priesthood," the Rev. Dr. Piccard said .Wednesday. "What are we living in -- the Middle Ages?" The House'of Bishops voted last week in favor of ordination of women in .principle but did not act on ordinations that have already taken place. Seven Protestant and Roman Catholic women's groups will sponsor Sunday's service with the Rev. Dr. Piccard as a celebrant. Other celebrants will be the Rev. Alison Cheek, 47, of the Diocese of Virginia, and the Rev. Carter Heyward, 28, of the Diocese of New York. Grove Cemetery. burial in Shady Merrill Lynch * Officer Testifies For API Hike LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Carl H. Seligson of New York, a securities underwriter for utilities, told the Arkansas Public Service Commission i,Vednesday that "people are afraid of electric utility stock todav." He testified that people wouldn't buy such stock unless utility earnings increased. Seligson, a vice president, of Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner Smith,' Inc.,. the securities brokerage firm, was testifying for Arkansas Power Light Co. in the" hearing into its proposed $38.6 million general rate ircrease. Seligson told the PSC that the proposed rate h i k e was the only way APL could increase its earnings enough to attract the capital it needed to continue serving its customers adequately. He saiti APL was growing faster than the industry average. APL, therefore, has a greater need for external financing than the average utili- also supported Ruth Missouri Doctor To Be Extradited On Murder Charge JACKSON, Miss. (AP) Gov. Bill Waller says he'll extradite a physician to Missouri for murder prosecution if he is assured that the physician will be granted bond. Missouri Gov. Christopher Bond declined immediate comment on the case of Dr. Norman Garrison of Corinth, Miss.; but .Bond aide Hugh Sprague said, "He's not opposed to the NEW YORK STOCKS Optnlng PrlcM Furnished by A. C. Edwarrft ton (CONTINUED FHOM PAGE I) ing to return to private law practice in Texas. Ruth, 43, takes over the job as the prosecution f o r c e proceeds with the major trial resulting from the Watergate investigation, the cover-up conspiracy charges against the high command at the Nixon White House. RACHEL WANTS SMALL WEDDING LONDON (AP) - Rachel Filler says she wants a small, quiet wedding in Palm Beach when she marries the handsome young Welshman who used to be her chauffeur. "I'm loo old to have a big wedding," the millionairess told The Associated Press in a transatlantic phone call to her Ark Best Corp ; 7?i Amer Tel Tel 45Vi Ark La Gas 19% Baldwin 6'/i Campbell Soup 26% Central S W 1414 Chrysler 8W Del Monte , Dillards 9% Easco .'. 10W A G Edwards 4% Emerson 29 Exxon 66% Ford 30% Frontier Air 5',4 Gen Growth ." 1231 Gen Mtrs 33 Gordon Jewelry .., 7'T8 Intl Harv 1914 1-T-E Imperial 11% J C Penney 40% Levi Strauss 16% Ling Temco -; 9% Marcor ' 151's Pan Am World Air 2% Phillips Petro 4iy 2 Pizza Hut 13% Ralston 36% Safeway ,. 351 Sambo's '.. lOVi Sears 45'A Scott Paper ." 12 ly, he said. S e l i g s o n APL's contention that tiie proposed rate increase is not really enough to give the utility an adequate rate of return. "It is my firm opinion that the company will not be able to get by on the requested rale levels for very long and undoubtedly will be forced to seek additional relief in the relatively near future," he said. However, Sprague added, don't know what force and ef feel any agreement between governors would have on the setting of bond, which is prop erly a matter for the courts." Missouri authorities want- to prosecute Garrison for Ihe Sept. 8 murder of his former wife, whose body was fount beaten and shot in her Kennett Mo., home. Garrison contends that, as hi lawyer argued in a closed ex tradition hearing, he can produce wilnesses who will swea that he was in Mississippi whe Ihe slaying occurred. Garrison's lawyer, John Hop kins of Corinth, said he did no expect to appeal the extraditio ruling, which AValler stresse did not determine Garrison guilt or innocence.''There is a serious conflict o evidence in this case, and con sidering this and the welfare scores of patients of Dr. Garr son I feel that he should rema free on bond," Waller said. "No official action will b taken on the extradition unt action is first taken by the go" ernor of Missouri," said Walle who said an executive agre ment could insure Garrison freedom on bond. I fell in love wilh him." said Kathcrine Pelletier, 42. She said her two children ages 9 and 13, also want to keep him. A woman claiming lo be Ihe infanl's mother sold the child on a skid row street for $5. Mrs. Pellclier and her hiis band, Charles, 50. were going a logger's .association office uesday morning so that Pelle could sign up for a job hen. they passed a woman ith the baby. "She looked the typical skid oad type," said Mrs. Pollelier but the baby was so cute." The couple admired the baby nd jokingly asked the woman ·hat she would take for tin aby. "She said.$5.and my hushani lUlled-out-his wallet, still think ng she was joking," said Mrs 3 elletier. "He half pulled out iill and Ihe woman grabbed i ind pushed the oaby into m; irrns." The woman handed them ; iaper bag with four disposabli ·liapers and a half-filled bottli and hurried away. "She stopped a few feet awa; ind 'turned back and said: 'B; he way, his name is Samuel, hen she went on walking." The couple took the chil lome and kept him overnigl before calling police Wednesday. Police said Ihe chile! was leallhy. Medical authorities de- lermined the child's age. Firemen Plagued With Trash Fires Fnyettevllle firemen were plagued by a rash of small fires Wednesday night after several tics ot leaves wore, set afire. 'olico questioned and released wo youths in connection with lie Incidents. Fire Chief Charles McWhorter aid that his department an wered three calls in about an lour's time Wednesday night, 'he first, at 9:03 p.m., was at he intersection of Davidson Street and Highland Avenue; ho second, at 9:23 p.m., at the ntersection of Lafayette Street and Willow Avenue and the hird, at 10:10 p.m., at the ntersection of Prospect Street and Park Avenue. McWhorter said all the fires lad been set near the edge of he street and that no damage ,o any structure was involved. Auto Fires Reported SPIUNGDALE -- Firemen roile to the Ralston Purlmi :ompany parking lot twice Vednesaay to answer reported car 1 fires. The first cull at 11:50 a.m. was to check on a steaming car owned by Sue ·Cillinn. The radiator hose was rokcn and the leaking water created steam. No fire resulted. The second call came about 4:40 p.m. The back scat ot a car owned by Jim Baker was on fire. Fire Chief Mickey Jackson said a lit cigarette probably started the minor fire, Cash Stolen Lisa Upton of 208 W. Center St., Springdale told Fayetteville police that $13 In cash was taken from her purse Wednesday afternoon. Miss Upton said she left the purse in a classroom at the West Campus o! Favetteville High School. Pioneer Quarterly Earnings Are Up SPHINGDALE, Arij, (AP) -'. A. O'Panlel, (ho president of Pioneer Food .Industries, Inc., announced .today first quarter earnings of 92 cents a share, which compares to first quarter earnings of 53 cents a share last year. Pioneer is a diversified food processor with 16 plants located in Arkansas, Tertas and Oklahoma. O'Daniel said that net income alter laxes for the quarter ending Sept. 30 totaled $1.2 million as compared with $684,000 during the same period last year. Sales during the period were $18.3 million this year as compared to $14.3 million last year. FINE ARTS SERIES PRESENTS Manhattan String Quartet "In Residence At Grinnell College" on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25 8:00 P.M. Fine Arts Concert Hall University of Arkansas Season Tickets: General Public $8, Non-University Students $3 U of A Students Free with ID Card Tonight Only: General Public $2, Non-University Student $1 I\RT DISCOUNT CITY WAL-MART DISC Highway Construction Contracts Are Let Highway construction contracts were let this week f.or two projects in Northwest Arkansas. The state Highway Department said M P Equipment Co. of Little Rock submitted the accepted bid of $1,216,589 for surfacing 3.07 miles of road and construction of one 392-foot W- beam span bridge and two 210- foot reinforced concrete slab span bridges on Hwy. 295, beginning at the highway's junction with Hwy, 16 at Combs and extending northeast. Anchor Construction Co. of Fayetteville received a contract for surfacing of 5.41 miles of Hwy. 102 from Bentonville east to Rogers. Cost of the project is $136,947. home in a Philadelphia suburb. She had refused to take calls from local newsmen. Miss Filler, in her late-70s and aunt of Nelson A. Rockefeller's wife Happy, said she had 'no intention of changing my mind" about marrying 29-year- old Michael Wilson, a Welsh coal miner's son. "I want a quiet ^yedding, despite all this publicity," said Miss Filler. "We may go down to Palm Beach and do it there. "Mikey should he back from Wales at Ihe end of next month and we'll probably make our final plans then." She said she knew nothing about a report that her attorneys had offered Wilson $48,000 to call off the wedding. "I don't know anything about this. I didn't authorize any offer to Mikey -- I mean Mr. Wilson," she said. "As far as I'm concerned we are going to be married." The London Evening News said it heard of the offer from a former girl friend of Wilson's and Wilson confirmed it. But he said he misunderstood the newspaper's questions. Shakespeare ' 5V* Sou Pac 28% Texaco 22% Levereli Carnival Set For "riday The annual Leverett Schgol Camera Stolen Mrs. Ethel Smith of 203 Conner St. told Fayetteville police that someone entered her home sometime Wednesday and took a small camera and about $3 in change and bills. 1HERETA CHEMISTRY TO CLASSIFJED.... In chemistry, when you put the right elements together, miraculous things happen! The same Is true with Classified Ads. We mix such things as blanket circulation coverage, well-written copy, fast distribution and low, economical rates to produce the most efficient method of getting your message to more people "·in is possible with any other e of advertising! It all adds ' to quick results and the mu- ual satisfaction of advertiser nd reader alike. WAL-MART Discount City Use Our Convenient Lay-Away Plan Tri" State Mtrs 8V4 Union Carbide 41% United Air 2814 Victor 6 1 Wai Mart 12 Ark West Gas I3Vt-13% Kearney Natl 4%-5W Minute Man l?i-2Vs Pioneer Foods 4%-4^ H K Porter 33-34% Std Regis ....." mi-13 Tyson Foods VA-1% Yellow Frt 22«-23/4 Averages Inds down 13.54 Trans down 2.98 Utils down 1.09 Volume 4,310,000 Commodity Openings Dec corn 3.T1 Hallowe'en Carnival ' will he Friday, "No one has ever approached me," he said at his mother's home in Wales. at the school '·^inning at 6 p.m. There, will he a spook house, clown anS'witch and games In the carnival and a sidewalk cafe, set up in the school cafeteria will sell hot dogs, cold drinks, doughnuts and coffee. The event is sponsored by the school Parent Teacher Association and a spokesman said the main purpose is to provide entertainment for the students, and prices will be kept to a minimum to permit all to participate. Nov soybeans Dec 63.75 Television Stolen Sharon Harvey of Route 4, Springdale fold sheriff's deputies that a 19-inch black and white television set was taken from her home sometime Wednesday night. MISSED YOUR PAPERP WE'RE SORRY! II you cannot reach year TIMES carrier PHONE 442-6242 Dally 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. Feb pork'bellies'".'.7.'."... 69.00 Dec wheat 5.27 Accident Injures John S. Allison, 18, of Route 1 Prairie Grove was treated and released at Washington Regional Medical Center early this morning following a one car accident on Razorback Road, just south of its Intersection with Maple Street. Witnesses told Fayetteville police that the 12:46 a.m. accident occurred when a car driven by Allison, southbound on Razorback Road, went out of control, spun around in the road and struck a post. Allison told police he could not remember how the accident occurred. Police charged him with reckless driving. 212 Jf. Easl AT«. Ark. 7S70I Pob!isJisi daily and Sunday except January 1, July 4, Hianksffmn? and Christmas. Second Class Postage Paid at yayetleviUe, Jlrk. MEMBER ASSOCIATED TRESS The Associated Presi Is «alltled exclusively to Die use for repubftca- tlon of all local news printed In thir newspaper aa veil as all AP n«w« djipatchsr. SUB3C1UTTKW RATES Effective Cclobtr 1, Wi floma - nellrery P*r month by carrier .-- 13.25 8jD2Te copy dally lOc, Sunday 25c U.S. Mall In Wrf*WnafoHi Benlon, Madison Counties. Ar»., Aitait Co., Okbl,:, 3 monlM .^ S months City Bos Section Outside ftbov* C0ont r «s: 3 months G monlhf ___ 1 JTEAR . 1603 30.00 40.00 J9.50 moo 34.00 FAYABLE EV ADVANCE CLOSED MONDAY, OCTOBER 28 In Observance Of VETERAN'S DAY FIRST NATIONAL BANK MclLROY BANK on fr People Helping People Directors of nk Funeral Service l£jl Servlcesi EDMONDSON, Fred J. -- Friday 2:00 p.m. First Baptist Church. Sprinffdale. Rev. Bur. ton Miley officiating. Interment, Bluff Cemetery, =.= 'f- HELP STAMP OUT STRANGERS None are quite to alone e« the stranger In town, or the newcomers to the neighborhood. Remember your last move you fellas ttie moving van pulled away,., how you more than half wished you'd never come? Spar* your new neighbors feelings such as ttieu. Ut the Welcome Wagon Hostess bring greetings and gifts to make them feel at horn*. Help stamp out strangers. Calf Welcome Wagon today at Phone 443-5438 or 442-811 WELCOME N1WCOMIRIJ Uw lhr eiupon lo l*t u» knew yvu'r* h«r«. Nine Addrm ...................... City .......................... ( I Unt* tin* (tw Welcome Wgn H»t*» call on m«. ( I I would Ilk* lo lubxrll H Iho N.W. Ark. TIM IS I ) I alrMdy tubterib* to IIM TIMIS. Fill out llw :»upn and mill to TIMtt, Arh. Box pn O, 1EE SERVrOE -- Trimming. Topping, 'Tnoval. Bracing, e\c. Insured. For e estimates and InTormaHor, call xyx- vvy. ' · you offer a service, an a4 ke this one in our "Service Di- ectory" bring in a steady flow f business. or rates and information on lacing- your Ad call 442-G242, /e'll be glad to help. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES Classified Arls Phone 442-6242 1/4 Carat 14 Karat Gold A Beautiful Gift To Symbolize Your Beautiful Life Together Retail $279.00 $197 87 Official Walt Disney MICKEY MOUSE WATCH $ 17.95 Country Gentleman POCKET WATCH By Westclox 11.47 WAL-MART DISCOUNT CITY COMPARE The Two Road Programs In Washington County UNDER BRUCE CRIDER UNDER LESTER i-i I · «\ »\ I . _ JKBB JV-WJBV ·* NEW HARD-SURFACED ROADS BUILT* DURING 6 YEARS OF BRUCE CRIDER'S ADMINISTRATION * In compliance with State Highway D«pt. Specifications. NEW HARD-SURFACED ROADS BUILT-' DURING 6 YEARS OF JUDGE LESTER'S ADMINISTRATION ·· In non-eompIiancB with Stat« Highway D«pt. Specifications. Elect IT'S TIME FOR A CHANGE BRUCE CRIDER County Judge Pol. Ad Paid by Bruce Crider, Greenland

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