Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 21, 1974 · Page 9
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 9

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 21, 1974
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, improper $8.75 cash Wednesday, August 21, 1971 Court Docket STATE DOCKET James Boather, Lee Dell Morrison, public drunkenness, forfeited $22.75 cash bond. Michael A. Adcock, no driver's license, forfeited $17.75 cash bond Charles A. Scott, no driver's license, forfeited $12.75 cash bond Paul May* no driver's license, tried on plea of not guilty. Found guilty, fined $17.75. Paul May, Randy Stone, driving while intixicated, plea of guilty. Fined $112.75, ten days in jail and driver's license suspended for 90 days. If defendants take course on alcoholism offered by Red River Council, jail sentence and driver's license revocation will be suspended. John Sidney Coffee, no State inspection sticker, forfeited $17.75 cash bond. L.K. Boyce, Jr. parking, forfeited bond. Thomas Cooks, disturbing, peace, forfeited $32.75 cash bond. I^e Dell Morrison, disturbing peace, plea of guilty, fined $32.75, ten days in jail. Jail sentence suspended. J.D. Roach, transporting over legal amount of taxed intoxicateing liquor, plea of guilty, fined $307.75. Tim Watts, illegal cohabitation, plea guilty, fined $57.75. Mark H. Burke, improper muffler, forfeited $17.75 cash bond. Tommy C. English, Janice M. Johnson, hazardous driving, plea of guilty, fined $17.75. Michael A. Adcock, reckless driving, forfeited $32.75 cash bond. Thomas L. Matchett, minor in possession of beer, dismissed. William Chambers, drinking on highway, forfeited $34.75 cash bond. Robert Esaoa, no driver's license, forfeited $29.75 cash bond. Stephen Newell, driving while intoxicated, forfeited $129.75 cash bond; 1 day in jail. H.W. Hinman, driving while intoxicated, plea guilty, fined $129.75 ten days in jail and driver's license suspended for 90 days. If defendant takes course on alcoholism offered by Red River Council, jail sentence and driver's license revocation will be suspended. The following forfeited $29.75 cash bond on charge of speeding: Roderick Amos, Bennie Chamberson, James Daniel, Floyd Dougan, Clyde Fouse, Gerald F. Gregory, James Hawthorne, Vickie Hall, Robert Hill, Earl Hutchins Windell McAnelly, Mark Pendergraft, Teresa T. Rather, James F. Richardson, Jr., Michael Eugene Sherrill, Edna Smith, John Worthington. Robert J. Lennert, Jr., speeding, forfeited $49.75 cash bond Roy E. Middleton, speeding too fast for conditions, forfeited $29.75 cash bond. Roy E. Middleton, expired driver's license, forfeited $29.75 cash bond. Jimmy Black, following too close, forfeited $29.75 cash bond. M.S. Erick Warren, violation of Ark. Hot check law, fined $5.00; check and cost suspended. Roger A. White, littering highway, forfeited $74.75 cash bond. Jimmy H. Cox, Littering Game and Fish Lands, forfeited $34.75 cash bond. Gloria Bogan, fictitious bills, forfeited $196.25 cash bond. A.H. Carlton, permit at night, forfeited $49.75 cash bond. All Point, Inc., Batrice Posey, improper Lease, forfeited $196.25 cash bond. Bristol Trailer Sales, no lease, forfeited $196.15 cash bond. Bruce Kortt, no lease on unit, forfeited $196.25 cash bond. Boyce Iron Works, no header board, forfeited $74.75 cash bond. James Basward, Myeral Florence, Strickland Transport, overlength, forfeited $49.75 cash bond. Robinson Motor Transport, overweight with permit, forfeited $49.75 cash bond. A&P, HasseU &, Hughes, B.B. Nash, Ryder Truck Rental, Stewart Transport, overweight, forfeited $49.75 cash bond. Gloria Bogan, Patrick A. Cgnte, Jane Floria, Howard L. (AUK.) STAft Early action is seen on bill to protect workers pension —Henry Haynes plwt" with Star camera AL PARK, chairman of the Kiwanis Support of Churches Committee, and the Rev. Gaylon Decious, also of the local club, are shown with one of the church directories that have been framed and hung in all the Hope motor hotels, all public eating places, the Vo-Tech school, and other public places where such information might direct one to a place of worship. Most, if not, local churches are listed on the director, giving the location as well as the name of the church, the pastor's name, and the times of the various services of each church. The Kiwanis Club had 200 directories printed of which 30 have been framed and placed in the most strategic places. 3 warrants issued over abusive calls LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Three misdemeanor warrants were issued Tuesday by the prosecutor's office here over the alleged abusive use of a telephone by a Memphis collection agency in calls to a Little Rock woman. Deputy Pros. Atty. John W. Hall Jr. said he prepared warrants against Regional Adjustment Bureau, Inc., and an em- ploye of the bureau, J. V. Sigh, for allegedly violating the Arkansas statute which prohibits the use of abusive telephone calls. Hall said Mrs. Billy Fitzhugh complained that she had received repeated abusive calls during the past three weeks over an alleged debt of $129 by a Minnesota company. Mrs. Fitzhugh had paid the debt directly to the Minnesota company after the bill had been turned over to the collection agency, Hall said. Hall also issued a warrant against the Regional 1 Adjustment Bureau for simulating a legal process. He said that charge stemmed from a final notice statement the collection company sent Mrs. Fitzhugh on July 31. The notice, according to Hall, had threatened suit against Mrs. Fitzhugh if the debt was not paid. Caldwell will sign today LITTLE ROCK (AP) - State Sen. Jim Caldwell of Rogers, whose signature is needed to make the Senate's ouster of Sen. Guy H. "Mutt" Jones official, said Tuesday that he would sign the Senate Journal today in Secretary of State Kelly Bryant's office. The journal includes the record of the ouster which Jones has sued to overturn. Bryant has said that he will certify the Senate Journal after Caldwell has signed it and then will notify Gov. Dale Bumpers that a vacancy exists in Jones' Senate district. Bumpers then could call a special election to fill the vacancy. Lt. Gov. Bob Riley, the president of the Senate, and U>e Reaves, the Senate secretary, already have signed the journal. The signature of either the chairman or vice chairman of the Senate legislative Affairs Committee also is needed. Caldwell is vice chairman of that committee. Hog producers in Alabama grossed $74 million in 1972, up $20 million from 1971. Hicks, no authority with ATC, forfeited $196.25 cash bond. Oscar Cox Nat'l Farm Lines, no authority with ATC, forfeited $496.25 cash bond Jimmy Tollett, improper passing, forfeited $29.75 cash bond. A.P. Powell, speeding, $5.00 fine and $23.75 cost; suspended. CIVIL DOCKET Central Adjustment Bureau, Inc. vs. Ronald D. McKelvy, action on aixount for $296.41. judgment as per pix-cederit. Central Adjustment Bureau, Inc. vs. Scott Ramsey and Helen Ramsey, action un accounts for $129.75, dismissed without prejudice. Conviction under the abusive telephone calls statute would lead to a $1,000 fine and one year imprisonment. The fine for simulating a legal process is $10 to $100. By EDMOND LeBRETON Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) -Early enactment seems assured for a bill designed to protect workers' pension rights. The House passed the compromise measure Tuesday with only two dissenting votes. In the Senate, where a vote is scheduled for late today, one of the sponsors, Harrison A. Williams Jr., D-N.J., said he knows of no opposition. Republicans predicted that President Ford will sign the measure promptly. The bill would assure workers they will get benefits based on credits they have built up during their employment, even if they leave their employers before normal retirement time. It contains safeguards against pension plans lacking the funds to pay off. The bill approved by the House 407 to 2 also provides enhanced tax breaks for more affluent self-employed persons, such as doctors and lawyers, who set up their own retirement plans. For the first time employes not covered by company plans would be allowed to set up tax- favored pension plans of their own. The bill would not require companies to establish pension plans, but would regulate those in existence and any set up in the future. While some critics continued to term it inadequate, sponsors hailed the bill as a landmark achievement in protecting workers' rights, A key provision relates to vesting, the right of an employe who has participated in a plan for a given number of years to take his right to future benefits with him if he quits early or changes jobs. Employers would have options: Full vesting after 10 years, 25 per cent vesting after 10 years increasing to 100 per cent after 15, or 50 per cent when age and years of service total 45 with the remaining half vesting in the next five years. The bill also sets down rules as to employer contributions, intended to see that pension funds arc adquate to meet their obligations. It sets up an insurance system, somewhat similar to the government insurance on bank deposits, to protect against total loss of pensions if companies or funds go broke. Other provisions permit, on a voluntary basis, transfer of pension rights from one employer to another when an em- ploye changes jobs, or give him the option of using his Credits in a personal retirement plan. The giant squid Architeuthis sp. has the largest eye of any living animal'. Page Nlirtc Actress dies ttona Massey WASHINGTON ( AP) - Hungarian born singer and actress TJona Massey, 62, died Tuesday at Bethesda Naval Hospital. 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