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2 · Nerthwflst Arkansas TIMES, Thursday, April 15, 1976 rATETTEVTLLE. ARKANSAS Fullerton, Tho At County Gove Br PEGGY. FR1ZZELL "TIMES Staff Writer ; A seminar on "County Government in Arkansas" held this week delved into the emerging -roles ot county government and of the citizen in countv government. Sponsored by the Association rburn Speak rnment Seminar Fulerlon paintled out that when the 1874 Arkansas Const E* Uitiou was adopted, the state was agricultural and rural in no large cities. County government was set up so that all counties had the same government structures. ·The original Constitution also ' *. O. M »*T»» fc »·· Ark Best Corp Amor Tel Tel Ark La Gas , Baldsvin .'.., Campbell Soup ...... Central S W Del Monte ... 10U .... 31 Va Public Administration Sill- denls. the Tuesday seminar al .the Arkansas Union attracted 50 to 75 persons to the various programs scheduled throughout -, the day. Programs ranged from talks on "County- Government Pror [ems -- Present and Future" - to "Regional Solutions to Common Problems." A .videotape showing of the film. "The New ' Q u o r u m Court." set the stage for the day's program. Two speakers participated In the discussion on "Emerging " Patterns of Government". Kred Fullerton. the Administrative Assistant of the Association of 'J Arkansas Counties, talked about A G Kdwards Emerson Frontier Air ... !L Gen Growth Gordon Jewelry . provided lhat county officials were elected independent of each other, and that county government had to depend on the state for revenue. No provisions were made for dealing with incorporated areas. Fullerton rioted that as the state grew" En''size and as certain areas became urban in nature, the Constitution limited county government's ability to leal with (be new problems. Therefore, Fullcrton said be aw as the "most far-reaching" of the change in county govern ment under Amendment 55 th ho\v county - - been and ho g w it , overnment -has will be in January when Amendment 55 and ., .,,, implementing £*3ake effect. ?£ ~ 7 legislation Pair FROM PAGE ONE) I 5j-March 29. Ihe government 5called 22 wilnesses lo prescnl ~»?Us case. The defense, ted by -tjjallorney E.J. Ball of Fayelte- Cville. called 10 witnesses lo the si-stand, including Richard and 5*£Sue Coger, both of whom Eesti- jlyifd at length. 'permissiveness has Child ^C (OOKTTNVED rBOM PAGB ONE\ of the home; five Cindy, Linda. Vickie, ~ ' " of the ;rand srett been granted to the individual county Quorum Courts. The -changes which give "home-rule authority 1 ' to Quorum Courts give county goverrj- ment an opportunity lo change its structure to better fit its needs. Ho me- rul e a uthor Ely (which cities do not have} will permit counties lo take any action -- pertaining lo county affairs -- as long as i t - i s not specifically prohibited in " the Constitution. This new system differs from the current one for cities that allows, at tbe local level, only those actions specifically permitted in the Constitution. Fulerton also called attention to th e increased prof es sional- i s m , i n county government and told the Public Administration students in the audience that county government will need people with lechnical know-how in administrative positions. The second speaker. D.. Wayne Thornburn, assistant professor in political science at I-T-E Imperial Kresge [-evi Strauss Marcor Penneys Pizza Hut Ralston' Purina .... Raytheon Sambo's Scott Paper ........ Sears Shakespeare Union Carbide Victor Wal-Mart Ark West Gas Kearney Natl Minute Man Pioneer' Foods K-K Porter Std Reg ._ 4G!'s 35 tt 56 .. 16 . 2 1 * 4 73 Va 515. 37-38' Tyson Foods Commodity Openings May corn 26^ May soybeans ."... 4.83!: Apr eggs 42.-i May pork bellies 76.4 May wheat 3.44} , , , ?£.Susan and Evelyn, all ^·Chome; the maternal -- · " ' ernal gra Mrs, Eve v£t pa rents,' Mr, and v«SJAcor'd of Rogers; and the pater- ^'j"hal grandmother, Mrs. Evelyn ^Schriner of Rock Island, 111. The '-v*funeral and burial will be in v+*Rock Island. 111. :--., -. · Trial Set Two -0n Burglary Charged '·"*,; Two Rock, men have Inds Volume Averages , down .71 . up .2' .. Up .2, 2,580,00 Arkansas' 'state University, presented a talk in which he asked the questions "How will individual participation in the process of government be affected by these changes in county government?" In beginning to answer that question, be pointed "out lhat very little research has been done on what degree of citizen participation there has. been, in the past at the county government level. . Thorburn said. "The Amend- ^pleaded innocent in Washington f.VxCircuit Court to charges ot bur- £glary and theft of property in r^'the break-in . last .Saturday *£:morning ot a F"ayeUeville resi- ·V: Virgil Booth Jr., 17, a n : d 'C-T3mothy Hendrix, (8, both" of ;10U W. llth St. in Little Rock', 'i;.\have been accused of a bur- '·"glary which occurred at about ''-·'·Ifc'.ao a.m. last Saturday at the "XPaul'H. Williams house at 1403 ;-,W. Cleveland St. The Washing- i*.tton County prosecutor's office ' ^listed "personal property allegedly-stolen in the burglary as .'.-';','a Jeep vehicle, a hunting bow, ""·";field glasses, a .38 caliber pis: -_VtoI, five rings and two ne^k- -t \ The two men were arrested iby Washington County sheriffs ;' c j\ eputy La wre nee McNe il as *cthey drove the stolen Jeep at '-t'about-1:30 a.m. Saturday along -Y'East Huntsville Street. Fayette- --yille police, acting on a tele- ;.';phone call from Williams, had ·".-issued a description ot the Jeep '. '^.to area 1 aw en fore emen t per- ;Z-3onnel. · .*'\; C i r c u i t Judge Mauoin ',..Cummings scheduled trial for '-~lhe men on May 20. Bond for jTeach of the suspects was set ~l^l $1,500, ment 55 changes may be very beneficial- lo increasing local participation, in government." Rut his further comments indi- cat%3 that' for this to be true, the new county government system has lo take action that will promote local'participation. For people to get involved in county government, they have g o v , to feel that government affects their lives. "If. we want to in : crease citizen , participation, jhejcpunty government has iotperform, must assert itself so' tKe" citizen will see tbe effect of county government on his Hfe r " he said. Thorburn staled that- the change in the nature of the make visible r CB Stolen " The theft of a citizen's band '.,.* 7radio vv^s reported to Fayelte .--^'·ville police Wednesday by Gene ,vHosey of 707 Tread well St. ·X Hosey said hi? Realistic CB ·oi-radio, valued at S100, was taken irCfrom his car, parked at his V^rHome, Tuesday nighl. l\ Mcrne Studies y. WASHINGTON (AP) -- The ^oarent companies of the South- "tl-fern railroad and the Missouri ^Pacific railroad today an- i s nounced they are studying a ·^possible merger that would *£creaie a new rail system Quorum Court should county officials more and accessible to the public. He said- (he large ' number of Justices of the Peace In the past made it hard for people ;o ~:keep'- (rack oF who was representing them. Also, the fact that the JPs met only once a year greatly reduced their visibility to the public, Thorburn said. To promote citizen participation, Thorburn said (be neu jp s . _ w ho make up the Quorum Courl -- must accept tbe responsibility for being visi : ble and accessible to the public. "Trie greater the visibility and accessibility," be 'said, "the greater the likelihood of public participation." In order for people lo want to participate in county govcrn- mentj Thorburn also contended that the people must feel a sense of community at the county level. Fie noted that participation in Ihe affairs of a local community is greater in those areas where there is a well-deEined political unil in which people can participate. He said Ihe new Quorum Court must make an integrated, coordinated effort to make Ihe county an important part of the community. BAD To Hold 1976 Black Collegiate Pageant Here The B l a c k " Americans fo Democracy, a student organ zation a t ' . t h e University' o Arkansas in Fayettevilie,'will b host lo tbe 1976 Miss Black Col! giate of Arkansas pageant her at.7:30 p.m. Saturday. Darncsia Scott Carter o Camden, the reigning beaut and a UA sophomore specia education major,, will crown h successor. The. winner w. receive a trophy and compel in the Miss Black Arkansa contest in the summer. S e v e n contestants froi Arkansas colleges and unive sities will vie for tbe title. The w i l l - stay at the Holiday In where personal interviews'wi take, place on Saturday afte noon. Rehearsals will be in t! A r k a n s a s Union Ballroo Saturday morning from 9 - a , m to 12 noon. Luncheon will 1 at Bowen's OiEeteria. The young women will introduced by O.C. Qiiffey a Vliss Joyce A. Taylor, both Little .Rack; who will emcee "t pageant in the ballroom. Th will.cojnpete in four catcgori Afflcn- attire", swimsii ialent and evening wear, A fir and second runner-up and Miss Con-geniality ulso will selected by a panel of 1 judges. : Samuel 'Robinson of Te __rkana will sing tbe them^ song, "Wake Up Everybody." Alter (CONTLM1KD FROM PAGE ONE) _._ now owes tiis^ campniint 00,000. · : ; : DEVELOPMENTS There were those campaign velopments' on Wednesday:" -- U a a J l , : Carier and Jackson tied to:appear Jo speak to the iterican Society of Newspaper riilo'rs. retnsing lo c r o s s a cket line thrown up by the itional Association of [ironci- st KmpLoycs ami Technicians tsido t h e Washington h o t e l icre the session was licld. ie union is striking NBC ami ad hoped to keep the network otn covering the" meeting. The lhrc e ca nci Ed a tos ncl- ·essed the meeting by lele- lono. --The office of Ford's press ccretary. Hon.N'essen, said he ans to attend a rehearsal in cw York today of t b e NBC Saturday NMght" show, on hich he is to be a guest, al- lougb Et - means crossing the nioo picket line, --Udall called on Ihe other cmocralic candidates to de- ate him before Ihe Pcnnsylva- ia primary April 27, · saying olcrs ''deserve to know who ic serious candidates are, ·hat our records have been tid w h a t " we propose lo do houl Ihe serious - problems' .merica faces. Instead, what icy may get is not just a se- rct ballot, hut · a secret CHTH- aign, if - t h e . availability ol noney is left to make the dif- Obituary i-'icjii::! TMnira,N;:!::::!iii!;auiisriiN.Si^iiii/jiiiii'iiiBv^iiE.-'ii.ap'ir!':::.ii::i5i. 'is.'i'.ii''!TM erence. Udall later [lew lo Louisville £y., scene ot violence last fal over school busing ordei's. He maintained his support of bus ng if that's what il takes (o in egrate classrooms, but lie saic lis desegregation proposals vould keep busing to a min- mum. ' BLOWING I N . WIND "Candidates who tell you hey're going to stop busing are ust binding En t h e wind, because they can'l do it." he said. 'The federal courts have ruled hat the Constitution requires busing in some· situations. The only way lo change H is lo a-rnend the Constitution." --Reagan said in Texas lhat potential enemies should never war U.S. leaders say there is any weapon in the nation's arsenal lhat would n o t - b e used. His statement responded" to a news conference, question on \vhelher he would rule .out a first strife wi(h nuclear weapons. . ' --Wallace was campaigning in Texas, where he downplayed lieagan's chances of persuading pro-Wallace voters to cross over lo vole against Ford in the GOP primary. Wallace also look aim on Carter, saying the former Georgia governor would make culs in Ihe defense budget that would weaken the Navy to pre-Pearl. Harbor lev els while cutting out programs that supply Texans with, them inds of defense-related jobs. Sigma Delia Chi Hold Regional Meeting LITTLE HOCK '(A! 1 )' - The Society of Prcresstoim! Journalists, Sigma Delta Chi; will bold ts Median 12 meeting Friday and Saturday nt tlic Coach- nat.'s Inn at Little Hock. The region includes Ar- cnnsiis, Mississippi, Louisiana and W.csl Tennessee. William Small.-, senior vice rosidei\L and dircclor of CHS Mews.""will spcnk at (lie dinner meeting Friday at ,7i30 p.m. Small will arrive at Little Rock at 2:48 p.m. Friday * and has scheduled a news conference at the airport for about 3 p.m. There will be a ' panel discussion on "How The Media Covers Blacks" on Saturday at 9 a.m. Panel members will be Richard Mays, a Little R o c k awycr.ancJ member of Ihe Ar- tansiis House of Hcprcsenla- ives; Liz Walker, a reporter for KATV in Little Hock; and Reginald Stuart, a reporter For the New York Times. A panel discussion on; "Freedom Of Information" will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, featuring John Sctgcnthaler, publisher of the Nashville Tcnnessean: Cliff - tawhornc; a member ol the" journalism department at the University of Arkansas at' Little'.Hock; and Sen. John Bearden of Leachville. A panel discussion on -"Marketing Tbe News" begins _al 2:30 p.m.. and features Ferguson Rood, advertising director of the Atlanta. Journal-Con* slHution, and Dale Nicholson, vice president and general manager of KATV. . - . , "Specialized Writing and Reporting" will be the topic for another panel discussion, beginning al 4 p'.m. Patiel members will be 'Frank Sutherland, a government writer for Ib'e Ten- nessean, and Paul Greenbcrg. editorial writer for the Pine 3luff Commercial. Registration " begins . at noon Friday. Fees are §20 for professional members and $15 for student members. JOSKI'H MCGAtmAU ogei's --, Joseph Wayne McGnmih, Iwoday old son of and Louise Campbell MeGarrah ot Rogers, died Tuesday in Ihe Rogers hospital. Survivors in udtlilion to the parents arc two · brothers, Steven and Jason, both of t h e home; (lie -paternal grandfather, Virgil McGarrah ol 'ell. N.M.: Ihe maternal grandparents, Mr, and Mrs Jack Locul of Rogers and the paternal great-graudpavenls Mr. and Mrs. Frank McGarrah Lowell. - LC'Uil service will he at 10 n.'Saturday at Rui'Jis Funeral \apct with . burial- in Bciilon iinily Memorial Park/ Window Broken Jeff Rand of the Scholar's Im on Wedington Drive told Fay cttcvillc police Wednesday tba someone broke a front window in · his apartment some Li in Wednesday afternoon. . . : , . . . . ; . Funerals Dale l.cc Dcrryj 1 p.m. Frl !ravesicle services, Mapli. ictery, Aurora, Mo. ly, grav irk Cem Plant Stolen Mrs. J.M. Clark of 1724 RocK- vfoDcl Ti\iiV told FaycUcvilla olice Wednesday that someone mil taken a largo pony tall plant. It'om Ihe balcony of her residence during the past few days, Home Vandalized Mrs. diaries Springer of 725 N. Lewis Aye, told Fayelleville police Wednesday lhat a rear window at her home was broken out Wednesday. Police said entry lo the home was 1 not a'.nned. - - . · · . . . ; ·-" SAVE NOW! If You Are Decorating and Need New Custom Draperies or Upholstering · L c x u i 'fej-Li -i2t*iT?7* eZiii-jm JACK'S CUSTOM DRAPERIES SHOP AT HOME SERVICE 751-4614 No High Showroom Overhead NEEDTOiVIAlL ·; MYMENTS SFJVDOUR Judge Asked To Reconsider Indictments , e p v e r y o y . Music will'be. by Mokki, BAD S e r . v . i c e Awards lie Home Entered S P R I N G D A L ' E - Police investigated a burglary al a home owned by Wayne' Stone presented by Dinah Gail Gant of Wcldon, president of the UA BAD chapter, and William Thompson of Gilmore. Contestants and schools Ihey i represent include Linda Marie Burks. University ol Arkansas at Montieello; Janice' Marie Carter, University of A r k a n s a s ' at Pine Bluff; Renila' Fa.vij Cranberry. . Henderson Sta'te U n i v e r s i t y ; Donita Ruin McGraw, University of Arkansas. F'ayelteville; Sharon Marie Swanigan,.Umversity of Central Arkansas; Cecilia Williams, Arkansas Stale University, and Janet Kathryn Sauchey, Southern Stale College. , The judges will be Karen Simmons, Jennifer Hopkins, Jackie Williams, Bobby Simmons and Edgar Wiley. Station Vandalized Fa_yctteville p o l i c e said nothing could be found missing following a burglary at the Wilson 66 Service Station at the intersection o f Becchwootl Avenue and Sixth Slreet. Police said that burglars entered the station Tuesday nrghl aTter breaking a rear window and scattered-papers and merchandise throughout the business. MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- State attorneys have asked a judge to reconsider his dismissal of indictments against three white" tnen charged with first-degree murder in the alleged Ku Klux Klan killing of.a young black man 19 years ago. The indictments were thrown out Tuesday by Circuit Court Judge Frank Embry, who saic they did not specify h o w the victim, 25-year-old Willie Edwards Jr., was killed. . Ally. Gen: · Dill Baxlcy recently reopened investiga tions into numerous incidents bl racial violence d u r i n g ' the height of the civil rights movement in Alabama in the 1950s and '60s. The indictments in the Edwards killing were among the first to-come out of th/ 1 . renewed inquiries. State attorneys, .who filed a motion laic Wednesday seeking a rehfiaring on Embry's decision, said the case is only temporarily stymied. If the motion is denied. Assl. I)isl. Ally. Charles Price said new indictments would ne sought from the Montgomery County Grand Jury when it conven.es in May. Government's {CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) cririg it, the buOgct committees are retired -to .develop a n d Congress to adopt iiy'Jlay.15 a budget'. blueprint laying onl spending pians. Tbe usual congressional budget bills are then passed. ·In September, with the budg et committees again in charge Congress takes a look at wtial it has done and adopts a resolu lion that can amend the origi rial blueprint. 1 This resolution it. binding. H sets firm spending ceilings 'and'revenue floors. 1'be fiscal year shift to Oct. 1 was included lo stop , fiscal guesswork, so Ihe- government year could start off with federal departments' * and ' agencies knowing just how much money they have coming.. This/, .first ,4 year should. ..tell whether Ihe plan will work.'" ' In the early, simple days of the Republic, the fiscal and calendar years were the same. The change lo a July 1 fiscal year was made in 1842, during the administration of President John Tyler.. . ·, An Office of Management and Budget specialist'said/the rea son for that chan ge was the same as for Ebe new one: Con gress wasn't passing the appro prialions in time. ORDERS Never send cash.TIiafe too risky. ; Fayettevilie Savings and Loan Association; 201 North East Avenue · Fayettevilie, Arkansas : Member ol i=HLB and FSUC ,. . I Pistol Stolen . The Ihelt ol a .22 caliijer Colt aulormilic pistol from the Lawson Kidd residence of Prairie Grove was reported Wednesday to Washington County .sheriff's deputies. Kidd reported Ine theH at 1:30 p.m. ' -.stretching nearly two-thirds of ;the way across the country. $ If the agreement is com- Spieled, Ihe rev/ sysfem would ^Jink rail lines extending from tthc Atlantic Ocean lo the Rocky ·^Mountains and from the Gulf *Coast to Chicago. C' t!2 N. Eart Ave. V ray«ttevlll«. Art 77TM *JT PaU!«?*4 AiGy and Sitd»y exotp S. Tua at rarxumx Art. £ wcwBn UBOdATED nn* Tb* AMOditcd PTCM IM entitled M- ^' r#*ctfve November L IS7I *', P*r momi by carrier ,, ... BSI t fl!afli aayy da !lf lOc. tandtr *o * VA. Haff ( *; d«, *Artt.. *4«lr £ 0*4i*r° : r^"' 0 ^"" nj.« . ir«*ji »» Wednesday: The porch storage MlbbED YOUR PAPtK? room at the 301 Hinstraw Drive WE'RE SORRY! residence was broken into. But if you rannof reach your since the owner does not live TIMES carrier at this address, police have not PHONE 442-6242 yet ascertained if a n y t h i n g was Daily 5 to 6:30 p.m. taken in the burglary that Saturday4:30 to 6p.m. occurred within the last week. Sundays to 9:30 a.m. We Compared CONCORDIA of BELL, With Other Retiremc There arc a number of f i n e retirement f a c i l i country, but most of them are in the large looking fnr a place away from the noise ai where a person didn't have to worry about Still -- 1 didn't wanl to give up everything o f f e r - - recreation, cultural programs, good slopped looking when I came to CONCORD · A Cone Kor More I n f o r m a t i o n ' Write To: CONCOROfA. BELLA DirKlcri ol Funaral S«rv(e« 521-5000 __ SERVICES: _ BERRY, Dale I.cc -- Kri 1:00 p;m. graveskic serv Maple Park Cemetery, rbra, Missouri. \ VISTA ;nt Facilities ics around the r cities. I w a s id congestion; is own safely, lie city had to food and all. I IA. nrdia liesidcnl VISTA. A R K . 72712 . KONICA ALJ TO R Ef= LJE X NOW ON SAIE! Regular $265.00 NOW Includes Konica A3 Chrome Body, Hexanon 1.7 Lens (Case and Skylight Filter Included). A Top Flight, Fully Automatic, SLR with the Features You Want. THURSDAY-FRIDAY- SATURDAY SPECIAL! 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