Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 3, 1974 · Page 10
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t«m HOPfc (AKK.) STAR Thursday, October 3, 1974 Berry's World "Just think, dear! Somewhere out there Rich Little is having a terrible time trying to impersonate you!" Court Docket CITY DOCKET James McGill, drunkenness, plea guilty, fined $22.75 Joe Boatner, Buck Mosier, drunkenness, forfeited $22.75 cash bond Martin L. Cox, Jeff Hamrick, no driver's license, forfeited $12.75 cash bond Euell 0. Whorton, driving while intoxicated, plea guilty, fined $112.75 and 1 day in jail Fannie B. England, Sylvester Lawson, driving while intoxicated, plea 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 on good behavior Raymond E. Gove, Charles A. Lamb, Kenneth R. Munn, Kenneth D. Roberts, speeding, forfeited $17.75 cash bond Billy Jim Patton, improper mufflers, forfeited $17.75 cash bond James E. Bradley, hazardous driving, forfeited $17.75 cash bond James McGill, disturbing peace, plea guilty, fined $32.75 David M. Reese, petit larceny, plea guilty, fined $57.75 Ronald Dale Aaron, Steven H. Bass, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, forfeited $32.75 cash bond Clifford Johnson, gambling, forfeited $17.75 cash bond Lee Ernest Smith, possessing taxed intoxicating liquor for purpose of sale, tried on plea of not guilty, found guilty, fined $107.75 Lee Ernest Smith, possessing over legal amount of taxed intoxicating liquor in a dry county, tried on plea of not guilty; found not guilty Martin L. Cox, no vehicle license, dismissed STATE DOCKET Edward Abraham, drunkenness, forfeited $33.75 cash bond The following forfeited $28.75 cash bond on charge of speeding: Edward Abraham, James F. Blanchard, Henry Bailey, Wm. D. Clayton, Larry D. Christopher, George Garrett, Calvin Howard, Ronald Herren Terry D. Houshiar, James Johnson, Jr., James Krantz, Mac R. Knoy, Wayne L. Litchfield, Mike L. Masuda, Alicia A. McBride, Nilly D. Ramer Charles R. Schmitt, Chas. Stroud, Jr., Gloria Sivils, Larry H. Smith, Claude Turner, Carroll C. Powell, Elizabeth H. Wither spoon, Ira D. Washington John Gilbert, expired vehicle license, forfeited $33.75 cash bond Terry Downs, driving left of center, forfeited $28.75 cash bond Janet D. Eplardt, improper passing, forfeited $28.75 cash bond Chas. A. Scott, hazardous driving, forfeited $48.75 cash bond Carlton W. Terry, making violent threats, tried on plea of not guilty, found not guilty Carlton W. Terry, assault with a deadly weapon, tried on plea of not guilty; found not guilty Carlton W. Terry, disturbing peace, tried on plea of not guilty. Found guilty, fined $123.75, sentenced to 10 days in jail. Fine, cost and jail sentence suspended on good behavior Stacy Beard, Olan Brown, Charles Perkins, malicious mischief, plea of guilty, fined $73.75 fine and cost suspended on good behavior Ted Dreamer, Betty Wood, violation of Arkansas Hot Check Law, fined $5.00; check and cost paid The following forfeited $48.75 cash bond on charge of overweight: Dalpack Corporation, Great Western Truck Co., Holland Import Co., Mid South Oil Co., Warren Erection Co. Nashville Trucking, Pharr Bros., Russell Wsendor, Jr., W. D. Smith Truck Lines Bulk Transport, overweight (2 counts), forfeited $48.75 cash bond (Same on both counts) Gale Long & Sons, Inc., no authority with ATC, forfeited $123.75 cash bond Parkhill Trucking, no authority with ATC, forfeited $196.25 cash bond Kenneth Vosholder, speeding, dismissed Alexander urges health system for rural areas WASHINGTON (AP)—Medical resources are spread so Lhin in rural areas it is essential that a good health management system be formulated, state Rep. Cecil L. Alexander of Heber Springs said Wednesday. Alexander appeared before the House Agriculture Committee's subcommittee on rural development during the second day of hearings on rural health problems. "Duplication is a luxury that more affluent metropolitan areas may be able to afford," Alexander, speaker-elect of the Arkansas House of Representatives said. "However, it is essential that in rural America duplication of authority and responsibilities be kept at a minimum." Alexander said Gov. Dale Bumpers had expressed interest in seeing a health management system established on a pilot basis in Arkansas. Alexander said he would be glad to work with the subcommittee in pursuing such a goal. Mac McElmurry of the White River Economic Planning and Development District at Batesville told the congressmen that any legislation the subcommittee might propose should give the governors of rural states some flexibility to determine me types of programs and the types of mechanisms to be used in administering these programs." Rep. Bill Alexander, D-Ark., is chairman of the subcommittee. LONDON (AP) — Prime Minister Harold Wilson says former President Richard M. Nixon "destroyed himself by his devotion to the muse of history." Wilson said Wednesday in a broadcast interview with David Frost that Nixon wanted the White House tapes to ensure his place in history. Mrs. Ford's condition touches off wave of sympathy; Thousands make appointments for breast cancer tests WASHINGTON (AP) - Betty Ford's sudden ordeal with cancer has touched off a sympathetic reaction among women across the country and an awakening to the dangers they also face. Ten thousand letters, more than 500 phone calls, over 200 telegrams and scores of flower arrangements have poured into the White House and Bethesda, Md., Naval Hospital since word came of Mrs. Ford's breast cancer operation Saturday. Mrs. Ford was reported continuing to make a good recovery. A medical bulletin said she is on a regular diet and had gained almost full mobility of \ her right arm. A spokesman for the American Cancer Society said telephones "have been ringing off the hook" with calls from thousands of women who want to make appointments with doctors and clinics for breast cancer examinations. "It's a tragedy for Mrs. Ford, but she may have saved an awful lot of women's lives," said a spokesman for the American Cancer Crusade, which long sponsored an educational campaign to alert women to the need for early detection and period check-ups. The outpouring of prayers, good wishes and hopeful advice from those who have recovered from breast cancer surgery like hers has been dramatic. In only four days, the volume of mail at the White House appears to have exceeded anything First Ladies in recent years have received. Wives of senators have been helping Mrs. Ford cope with the flood of messages. After more flowers arrived at the hospital than Mrs. Ford could possibly accommodate in the five-room presidential suite during an expected 10-day stay, President Ford appealed to those who might want to send, flowers to contribute instead to the American Cancer Society. It's still too early yet to tell how the donations to the cancer society will be affected by the appeal, a spokesman said. But even the White House is getting donations, many of them small although there was one check for $5,000. "One thing is definite, though," the cancer society spokesman noted. "Thousands of women around the country are asking the American Cancer Society, clinics, hospitals and doctors about getting breast examinations. It has gal' vanized everyone into action." The letters to Mrs. Ford have come from young and old, people in public life and women who want to encourage her. Some cured cancer patients even sent their pictures. Alice Longworth, 90-year-old daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt, sent this message to Mrs. Ford: "Just a line to wish you well from one who a number of years ago had the experience you just had." A nun, who is a nurse in Teaneck, N.J., sent a "well, welcome to our club," message, reporting she celebrates her ninth anniversary of a mastectomy this month and has been encouraging others who have had them that they can live a normal life, "Your faith and courage will' be a great source of strength to all the women facing this surgery in the future," she wrote. Senators split on foreign aid WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. J. W. 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