Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 24, 1974 · Page 13
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 13

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 24, 1974
Page 13
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He's Serious SHERMAN, Tex. (AP) - J.W. Burdell has $500 saved up to lake a campaign tour of the 50 slates. He soys he's "dead serious" about running for president. The 49-year-old welder says inflation, politicians, slrikes, and wage and price freezes "have put things in an uproar" since 19G7. He says he's unimpressed by President Ford. Although his Unity Party has only about 35 members, all in this area, he says he has hopes. "It's tough to get started but. once I do, everything will be all right." . Pafman Urges President To Fire Bull TKXAKKANA, Tex. (AP) -- ,;mtl direct action by Ihc federal U.S. licp. Wright Palman, D-Tex., has told President Ford (hat filing Agriculture Secretary Karl Bull! "is Ihc only way the confidence of the people can be restored thai the federal government cares about farm- a telegram ers Jind ranchers." Patman said in government." The veteran congressman continued, "I feel strongly that we need new leadership in these programs and I urge you lo take immediate action to rc- hardllne policy which Is driving many good Americans into bankruptcy." Patman, chairman of the Joint House and Senate flanking and Currency Committee, released the telegram lo the place Agriculture Kecrot-jrv President al his office here. Karl Rut?, with someone more Texas cattlemen and sympathetic lo the plight Norlhwoit Arkansas TIMES, Thun., Ott. 24, 1974 FAYE-ITEVILLE, A R K A N S A S 11 men have complained in recent! Program Reduced ST. LOUIS (AP) - Instability in the stock market has caused one of the nation's largest philanthropies, the Danforth Foundation, to reduce its 1075 programs by ;·.-, much as sent to Ford Tuesday lhat "cal- armors and ranchers in areas weeks that they arc being j get for their caltlc. At one time tlcmen and ' dairymen in my congressional district (East Texas) are in a desperate plight and they need immediate How To Stay Young Albert Ross, 71, a school crossing guard in Sanla Barbara, Calif., is all business when it comes lime lo herd children across flic street (below), hut during his I r e e time he keeps alert by bouncing a wad of paper off his slop sign. A news photographer using a telcphoto lens caught his adroit hand and footwork. (AP Wirephoto) Driver Killed . WEST MEMPHIS. Ark. (AP) --A four - vehicle c r a s h involving a van. a 2Vi-ton truck. a tractor-trailer rig' and a car on an Interstate 55 overpass west of here Wednesday took the life of John W. Smith, 61. of West Memphis, State Police said. Trooper Steve Stevens gave this account of the accident: The van Smith was driving was following an unidentified vehicle which came upon an Arkansas Highway Department Z'/z-ton truck that was traveling at a slow speed. The unidentified vehicle then changed lanes to pass the truck. The Smith van could not change lanes and struck the truck in the rear. The Smith van was sent spinning into the highway's middle lane and was struck by a tractor-trailer rig driven by Grayston J. Anderson, 52, of Memphis. The Smith van continued spinning into the outside lane and was struck by a car driven by Tom R. Sande, 53, of Le panto. ; Norwood Smith, 49, of Mar on, driver of the 2'/2-ton truck and Ed Ramond, 52, of nea Sarle, a pedestrian workinj willi the Highway Departmen .ruck, were injured and take .0 Crittenden Memorial Hasp: tal. COMPLETE LINE Of BUILDING MATERIALS QUALITY MATERIALS DISCOUNT PRICES BANKAMEfllCARD -MASTER CHARGE WELCOME PEUVERY SERVICE ALSO NEW HOMES AVAILABLE IN SEVERAL LOCATIONS CELLEY BROTHERS LUMBER ICO. 2401 NORTH GREGG OH West Township North Gregg Phone 442-2351 Taco Grande 2366 N. College Ave. DINE IN--CARRY OUT 5 Tacos for 5 1 Sole Good Only Oct. 22nd thru 28th 521-8560 caught in the middle of a price of squeeze between the high cost Agriculture "must reverse its lot feed and Ihe low price they ike East Texas." He said the Department they threatened to slaughter calves arguing lhat they were too expensive to raise and feed, slon Purina Co. stock. 15 per cent, foundation olflcltll say. This year's program, Including $9 million In grunts, will affected but about $1 million will be trimmed from programs scheduled for the fiscal year beginning June 1, 1375, Gene L. Schwilck. foundation president, said Tuesday. The foundation was begun in 1927 by Mr. aod Mrs. William Danforlh with $10I,000 in Rsl- KEN'S PIZZA RESERVE NOTE $1.00 OFF WITH PURCHASE OF ANY 15" PIZZA Not Good On Delivery Or Carry Out IDOMAIU AT 409 West Dickson VOID WITH ANY OTHIR PROMOTION KEN'S PIZZA DOLLAR EASY-CARE LINGERIE Beg. 2.78-2,96 2 33 Each Slip, long half- slip; bra, boxed panties or gir- dle.White.colors. TOSS PILLOWS ·Reg. 1.47--3 Days 77 Your Choice Colorful cation corduroy; kapok filling. 13" diameter or 1314" square. 1 BAN-LON' SHIRTS Our Reg. 4.44 3 33 3 Days Short-sleeve Ban-Ion® shirt of nylon. Solid colors; men's sizes. TOTS'2 PC. SLACK S£T 2 66 3 Days Acrylic knit top; cotton cord tfroy or polyester/ c o t t o n slacks. Girls'2-4. UPHOLSTERY FABRIC Reg. 1.67 _ 3 Days T 27 · Yard Lofty tex.tured weaves, jac- q u a r d s , d a - masks54"wide, 5- t o - 1 5 yds. Flannel Reg. 1.43 ' Wide Flannel in prints and solid colors. STEP-IH Special 66 Purchase ^f Black vinyl with durable sole. In woman's sizes. 1.66 Worn en's Size: Cushioned lining, vinyl 3o(e. Save. MEN'S SOCKS Reg. 3 Pr. 1.64 Pr. 1 White cotton work socks with heavy cushion soles for comfort. Fit 10^-13, MR. QUICK Weekend Special Friday - Saturday - Sunday THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY OPEN DAILY 10-10; SUNDAY 12-7 CAMERA STROBE TALKING CLOCK PORTABLE B/WTV SUNBEAM MIST STICK Reg. 12.88--3 Days Reg. 14.36--3 Days Reg. 119.83--3 Days Reg. 15.43 Easy to use add water, plug in HOT HAM CHEESE SANDWICH FRIES FOR 3 FISH SANDWICHES Friday Only MR. QUICK 1525 South School Fayetteville Phone 442-9333 SSOSeries 'if its 35mm cameras; manual operation. Save row. 7'/ 2 -SWAG LAMPS Reg. 19.96 -- 3 Days 14 Brass-finished hanging chains. Amber, ruby or green.3 styles. SEAT AND BACK KIT Reg. * '·--3 Days 4 55 Vinyl-upholstered seat a n d high- back kit in florals or solid colors. Save now. BOYS 'C.P.O. JACKETS Reg. 14.47 97 9 Pile lined shirt tale style warm jacket with lined yoke and collar. Boys sizes 8-7518 Child's 30-rhr. ^^^.^ wind-up alarm* ·*""^ says, "Please For age 4 and older. ge t up and start ·tb llrr r .,,· UNM-nairta VOUr na PPV d Sy. 55-PIECE CHINA SET | Bouquet ~~~\ \ Reg. 44.88--3 Days neJapanese "na set in four ill patterns. Service for 8. Western Flare Reg. 8.97 4 66 Cerma:ient Press Polyester/cntloi Denim Stripes VINYL RUNNER Reg. 78c--3 Days 50-PG.SET FLATWA8E Reg. 13.43 Stainless steef service for 8 in choice of 4 de- signs.Charge it. THERMOS" BOTTLE 1.56--3 Days 06 One-pint vacuum bottle for h o t o r c o l d drinks. Save. 1-Qt. Size, 1.77 27"wlde. Sfip- personbackhotd firmly in place. Charge U. ' UTILITY TOOL BOX Reg. 5.47--3 Days 4 27 1 Gallon Green metal hip-roof utility box v';ith lift-out trsy.16x7'/ 2 x7". Save now. UHF/VHF ant e n n a , 2 earphone jacks, walnut wood- grain finish. ALUMINUM COOKWARE Reg. 15.77-3 Day; Color-crafted aluminumcook- ware with Teflon II* interior. SAFE RUG SHAMPOO Reg. 3.33 2 33 1/2-gallonBis- sell* Mira-LiftTM shampoowitfi stain-removing solvent. Save, IATEX INTERIOR FIAT PAINT Reg. 5.66 3 Days 3 27 Gallon Flat interior la- wx. White, colors. Savings! HIGHWAY 71 B. NORTH AND ROLLING HILLS DR.. FAYETTEVSLL

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