Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 4, 1974 · Page 10
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Page ten I!OI*K (ARK.) STAR Wednesday, September 4, 1974 Court Docket CITY DOCKET Gwen Stewart, Oscar Collins, no driver's license, forfeited $12.75 cash bond John Epps, no driver's license, forfeited $17.75 cash bond Johnny Austin, drunkenness, tried on plea of not guilty; found guilty, fined $22.75; suspended on good behavior Stanford J. Muldrew, York Allen, Jr., no driver's license, plea guilty, fined $12.75 Jessie James Burton, no driver's license, plea guilty, fined $17.75 Robert Arrant, driving while intoxicated (Out of State resident), plea guilty, fined $112.75 and 1 day in jail Arthur C. Burton, driving while intoxicated (2nd offense), plea guilty, fined $357.75, ninety days in jail and driver's license suspended for one year. If defendant lakes course on alcoholism offered by Red River Council, jail sentence will be suspended on good behavior. Jessie James Burton, driving while intoxicated, plea guilty, fined $112.75, 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. Donnie H. Burns, Charles A. Scott, expired vehicle license, forfeited $17.75 cash bond Donnie H. Burns, expired inspection sticker, forfeited $17.75 cash bond Raymond Cooper, reckless driving, forfeited $32.75 cash bond Stanford J. Muldrew, reckless driving, plea guilty, fined $32.75 Christopher W. Newton, evading. Blue Lights, plea guilty, fined $32.75 Sarah Bills, permitting unlicensed driver to drive, plea guilty, fined $17.75 Monroe Hardman, minor in possession of beer, forfeited $22.75 cash bond Raymond Cooper, failure to answer summons, forfeited $27.75 cash bond Stanford Muldrew, failure to answer summons, plea guilty, fined $27.75 . Carroll Jackson, no Arkansas authority with ATC, forfeited $107.75 cash bond Sarah Bills, failure to answer summons, dismissed Jimmie Virgil Head, running Stop sign, dismissed STATE DOCKET Wm. E. Merck, no driver's license, forfeited $29.75 cash bond James Pickett, driving while intoxicated, plea guilty, fined $129.75 and 1 day in jail Bobby F. Brown, Billy R. Downen, Luther H. Fatherree, Michael A. Gaines, Ernest L. Greene, Betty C. Gilbert, Allen Hamilton, King Hill, Jr., Dwight L. Harrison, Ronald H. Huett, Wayne G. Jones, Joe King, Thomas Matchett, Duncan R. Mitchell, Jr., CarRon Moses, I,arry C. Moore, James H. Nixon, Carolyn J. Plaster, Mary Soper, speeding, forfciled $29.75 cash bond Victor Fowler, expired vehicle inspection, forfeited $29.75 cash bond Paul R. Malardicr, parked on Roadway, forfeited $29.75 cash bond Wahie Willis, improper parking, forfeited $29.75 cash bond Denzil Merck, Rickey Don Stone, racing on Highway, forfeited $74.75 cash bond Joe Brantley, Barbara Ogden, Ethiel Stubbs, Jr., violation of Arkansas Hot check law, fined $5.00; check and cost paid William E. Merck, no crash helmet, forfeited $29.75 cash bond Robert Duff, running the scales, forfeited $29.75 cash bond Jack Hodge Transport, no leas on ID (2 counts), forfeited $124.75 cash bond (Same on both counts) Wallace Bell, Douglas W. King, Schein Body & Equipment Co., Harold Winters, Harold Williams, overweight, forfeited $49.75 cash bond Scotty's Truck Line, Southwest Produce Co., no registered authority with ATC, forfeited $197.25 cash bond National Forming Co., no Authority wilh ATC, forfeited $497.25 cash bond Carlton Moses, no driver's license, dismissed Rodney L. Newton, no vehicle license, dismissed Rodney L. Newton, no driver's license, dismissed Ronald E. Porter, crossing Median, dismissed CIVIL DOCKET Central Adjustment Bureau, Inc. vs. Dale Brown and Doris Brown, action on accounts for $214.66, judgment as per precedent Central Adjustment Bureau, Inc. vs. David Pat Simmons, action on account for $51.00, judgment as per precedent Central Adjustment Bureau, Inc. vs. Hazel Flowers, action on account for $190.92, judgment as per precedent Animals increasing LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The domestic animal population of Arkansas has increased steadily since 1972, the last year for which figures were available. The state Health Department has indicated that only the numbers of sheep and swine have declined. The populations, as of Jan. 1, with the 1972 figures in parentheses : Cattle...2,140,000(1,912,000) Sheep...6,000 (7,000) Swine....273,000 (388,000) Horses and mules...l31,000 (130,000) Dogs...250,000 (235,000) Poultry...24,307 (23,805) Turkeys..36,000( 114,000) Cats 125,000(99,274) The 1972 figure for turkeys includes all kinds, while the 1974 figure includes breeder hens only. Both poultry figures are exclusive of commercial broilers. Dr. Harvie Ellis, director of Veterinary Public Health with the Health Department, said the dog population was estimated by selecting 15 Arkansas cities at random and finding the ratio of dogs to persons in each city with the 1970 census as a guide. In each city, he said, the number of dogs was about one- eighth the population recorded in the census. That ratio was equated over the state to estimate the number of dogs. The same procedure was used to estimate the number of cats except that nine cities were chosen at random and the ratio was one-nineteenth of the human population. IT'S THE REAL THING ELKHART, tad. (AP) - A prisoner at the city jail here discovered a new weapon. He used a pull tab from a soft drink can to cut his wrists. He was taken to the hospital, where he was treated and released to police custody. Ellis said he believed that because the human population had increased since 1970, the dog and cat estimates were too low. Other figures were furnished by the United States Crop Reporting Service with the exception of that for horses which was based on an actual head count taken in 1972. Ark/o will ask rote increase LITTLE ROCK (APz Sheffield Nelson, president of Arkansas Louisiana Gas Co., says the utility will ask the Arkansas Public Service Commission today for a rate increase for large industrial customers. Nelson said the proposed increase was aimed at bringing an additional $24 million a year to the utility before taxes. Nelson said the proposed increase would go into effect Oct. 4 and would raise prices from 45 to 65 cents per 1,000 cubic feet. A large industrial user is classified as one that uses more than 1 million cubic feet of gas a day. Nelson estimated the company's after-taxes profit at $12 million, and he said profits would be used for more exploration and production efforts in the field. CREE SPOKEN HERE EDMONTON (AP) - The Grant MacEwan Community College here will begin a program in fall with emphasis on oral Cree as spoken in Western Canada. The course, with 20 full-time openings at the outset, includes 600 hours of instruction in two trimesters of 15 weeks each. Bumpers criticizes EPA on pollution of clean air LUGGING GOLF BAGS and protest signs, girl caddies picket the Wisconsin office of Labor and Industry objecting to a law banning girls under 18 from working on the links — but not boys. Their protest paid off as the state lowered the ban to girls under age 14. LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The Environmental Protection Agency was criticized by Gov. Dale Bumpers Tuesday for proposing to make it easier for states to pollute clean air. Bumpers indicated that his criticism is being incorporated into a resolution being drafted for possible introduction at the Southern Governors Conference. He is to attend the conference near Austin, Tex., next week. Bumpers, the Democratic nominee for the United States Senate, said the EPA should put all of the states into the Class I category under its proposed regulations to control "significant deterioration" of air quality in areas where the air already is cleaner than required by federal standards. Class I would allow the least amount of increased production. EPA, however, has proposed that all states be placed in Class II, which EPA described as "areas where moderate change is desirable but where stringent air quality constraints are nevertheless desired." EPA's proposed Class III would allow pollution of sulphur dioxides and participates up to, but not exceeding, federal secondary ambient air quality standards. The secondary standards are more stringent than primary standards which were designed to protect human health. EPA has proposed to give the states two years in which to reclassify all or parts of their areas from Class n to Class I or Class III or to consciously allow them to remain in Class n. EPA would assume control of the entire "significant deterioration" issue if a state did not act within two years. Bumpers said he and Richard S. Arnold, a gubernatorial aide, were working on the resolution. Arnold, a lawyer, has represented environmental groups in various court battles. He was even more ccritical of EPA Tuesday than the governor. Arnold said EPA was "put- ling the bias in the wrong direction" by placing states into Class ll rather than Class I. He described Class 1 as "sort of where we are now — the status quo of air quality." Instead of having a presumption that clean air should be maintained, EPA's presumption favors development, Arnold said. He said it would be much easier for a state to shift from Class I to Class II than the other way around. In the length of time it might to take to meet all of the procedural requirements for reclassification, industries could move into an area that a state subsequently might decide should be in Class I. Arnold contended that the burden should be on industry to show that it is sufficiently desirable at a given location for the state to reclassify an area to Class II or Class HI. NOT YOUR ordinary cheerleader, this colorfully-dressed baseball fan leads Tokyo crowds in support of their favorite teams during championship playoffs at Tokyo's Korakuen stadium. Interesting but will it ever take the place of pom-pom girls? DISCOUNT CENTER PRICiS GOOD THRU SATURDAY HWY. 4 NORTH -HOPE, ARK OPEN MON-SAT 9-9 KOTEX HERSHEYS INSTANT CHOCOLATE IRONING BOARD 33 HOWARDS DISCOUNT PRICE HOOVER CONVERTABLE VACUMN CLEANER AQUA NET HAIR SPRAY DYNO LABEL MAKER REG.*2 27 2\99 C 45 PIECE SET DINNER WARE SERVICE FOR EIGHT HOT OR COLD / 51 COUNT - 6 H OZ, STYRO-CUPS HOWARDS DISCOUNT PRICE 20 GALLON GARBAGE CAN TRUCKER PLASTIC CO 5 GALLON GAS CANS RIO HOWARDS DISCOUNT P8ICI HOWARD! SPICIAl __ PRICE 4m

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