Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 20, 1976 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 20, 1976
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Extension 0! Receiving Bids On Boyland Approved On Imported Oil An extension f o r receiving bids on the purchase of the Boy Land site al Winslow from May 1 to May 25 was approved at the Monday noon me cling of Ihe Board of Directors of Youth Bridge. The extension was made because of delays in advertising Eor bids. Sealed bids will be accepted al the First Nationa Hank until May 25. The Hoarr reserves thc right to reject, anj or all bids. The resignations of Board members Jack Cole and Keith Ilobbins, for personal reasons, cttcvillc was announced by Miss Betty Ligbloii, vice president p[ the Hoard. Other members will be a n n o u n c e d later. Miss.Ligh- lon said the Razorback Scrloma Club plans lo assist in development of Hie site. The first building to be erected on the new properly will he a short-term home lor boys to replace Indian Trail House which was discontinued in 197- . Hopkin, new [nil -time were Mark social worker and resident at Boy Land, was introduced. Hopkin was formerly assistant regional director at the Arkansas Social Services In Little Rock and had a] so worked at the Regional Social Service Office in FayeUcvlllc. Hopkin said a program struc- when the house had to be vaca ted and an alternative hous d ot. he located. ted tna could not. he located. Ron Woodruff repor Norl)iw»st'Ar1can«cii TIMES, Tuev, April 20, 1976 · 3 Administration Asks Court To Overturn Order WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Fold administration is asking the Supreme Court to overturn a lowfir court order thai blocks the imposition of license fees oni| imported oil. Thc administration, through the Federal Energy Administration, is a r g u i n g that the low- said presidential announce-] dent was willing to negotiate tnents subsequent to the r m p o - j \ v i t h Congress to lift thft tees in sition of Ihe license fee pro- exchange for passage of energy was "not legislation with which he coirid President's agree and therefore "Ihe inter- . . . . , .. indicated it even basic lo the energy program.' They arfiued that the Pr'cri ture for residents of Hoy Land is being developed for t h e summer including work opportunities and planned activities, Da v id H an s ma n was ap- poinLed chairman of I h e Finance Committee. Ho will present nominees for the 3osi- tton of treasurer, va crated by .ho resignation of Rnbhins. A report that Hal Douglas arid John Lewis will serve on the site development, committee of Ihe Now Youth Bridge building program on a recently acquired 27-acrc silo, in Fay- ing program as an eligible item Eor Community UeDvelopmenL Block Grant funding. He reported that a position paper will be drafted by Charles Hoff- m a n , CD administrator, who has asked representatives of Youth Bridge Board to appear with him in consultation with officials at Uic Housing and Urban Development O f f i c e in LUtle Rock to try to get the status declared eli Rains Linger On. / Arkansas should have shmr- " ers niiil Ihiiiiikr.slni-ms, some .. locally heavy today, ending west portions early tonight *'.' and .cast piirtions late tonighl. P a r t l y cloudy anrl mild Wednesday. Unseasonably warm temperatures arc. forecast for the eastern third il tlie nation. Showers ami rain are forecast Irani the central Gulf in t h e M i d w e s t and Great. Lakes. Cooler ivcalhcr is cr\- pedcci west'nl thc Mississippi and SIICMV f l u m e s are forecast for tlie. northern Rockies. (AP Wircpbo(o) Sewer. Treafmeni Plant Proposed Queen Elizabeth Observes Fiftieth Birthday With Britain's Wealih Diminished LONDON (AT) -- Queen Elizabeth If observes her 50th birthday Wednesday after a 24 V year reign that began with hopes for a second glorious -.'.'Elizabeth Age but has been ',' downhill all t h e way for Bril-ain. When George VI died on.Feb. · --6, 1952, and his older daughter "became queen while on a visit - t o Africa, Britain was Western .. Europe's leading nation, the ...pound .sterling was one of the , ; world's more stable currencies, " i'(her ewerc "100.000 Brilish sol diers in the Suez Canal Zone '.and British air and naval bases -"stretched to Hong Kong. ' ' T o d a y as the queen prepares ' f o r a quiet family birthday a ' ' W i n d s o r ·· Castle, Britain's 1 wealth and power . are sharply ' 'diminished, ils empire djs :; Jhembcrcd. its economy in dis V. 1 array. "Future historians will havi -JUtle choice but to dismiss thi ·1 period of our national life a "· one of unrelieved failure," til t weekly New Statesman sal eccutly. mil it added: "The monarchy stilt appears' a stable catuvc of our national life: icrhaps the only thing that is." T lie 19th century con stitu- ional expert Waller Bagc.- int once commcnlcd thai o n 1 y .hree rights rem aincd lo Ihe monarch: "the right lo be consulted, the righl to encourage, he right lo warn." Bui "after 24 years on the throne, the queen is the onl Whitehall who has followed, at the very highest level, the pro cess bf'loplcvel decision-making going back over a while gener ation," Paul Johnson, formei edifor of Ihe New Statesman wrote in the Daily Express. "She has outlasted five Bri lish prime ministers, four U.S presidents, thrcechanges of re gimc in Russia, four German chancellors, two popes, am countless French and Italian governments -- to say notliin; of such venerabl e fi xtures a DC Gaulle, Franco, Chiang Ka shck and Haile Selassie. "Only Mao Tse-lung an- Alistair Cooke Speaks To Shakespeare Association -WASHINGTON CAP) -- Wil; liam Shakespeare was ignored v in Ihe drawing rooms of the rc- J fined residents of early Amerl ica's civilised New England ·- and only became well known * because" of his appeal to Ihe * rowdies of (he western frontier. Author and commentator ·· Alistair Cooke, o u t l i n i n g a his- i lory of the Bnrd's popularity in i the new world, told the first In,- ternalional Shakespeare Associ- I ntion congress Monday night ' that Shakespeare was virtually : - unnoticed in America until the * 1830s. ~ "There is no need al all U * wonder what" the founders "ol * New England thought abou * Shakespeare. They didn't. In all J the ColoninI literature of the * 17th century there is not, f bi ! licvc, a single allusion lo him,' · : Cooke said. 3 When the Bard was final!} '· nolicctl in America, Cooke toll i the gathering of Shakcspcan '^scholars ami buffs from 1 ^countries, his popularity bios ^r.somcd nol in the -sophisticated ^pities of the Kasl or the centers -^·of learning. * "It came from strolling play ··cr.i who followed thc Halboal Boating down flic Allegheny J^and rode into the rowdier pio veneer towns springing up aro'jnr' Xthe Appalachians," he said. ^ "Actors, then as now, \vcr "generally regarded as vaga * bonds, had debtors and sexua £fly-by-niglils. And lh ( nudin ul frontier was a wonder place lo perform in ding wide ick up the box office rcceipl nd get lost, before riescendin n another settlement tha mdrt he counted on lo be gu ihlc -- for one night." furthermore, Cooke said, th · i o l c n c e o f Shakespcar matched the frontier appetit or blood and t h u n d e r . "After all, slabbings and gui ights in t h e audieiicc \ver 'airly common," he said. "And what .lliese lough ai liences wanted were mnrdc ghosts and sleep walking and a noisy s u f f o c a t i o n of DC Icniona. The comedies very rarely played, because th playing of thc ^tragedies :omcdv enough." He said considerable crc for introducing Shakespeare Americans in the Mississip Valley and Ihe South belongs William Holmes McG'jtfcy ilcGuffcy's Readers, whi sold somclhing like 200 milli copies -- bill not in New En land. "In the s i x l n edition, the were 138 selections Erom I O N atlthors. and Siiakesnea was (he preferred a u t h o r choice \vilh nine extracts Cooke said. riccauso of McGulfcy. Coo -said, "lime and again, memoirs of pioneers across 00,) miles arc .studded w saws and instances from Bible, tlie Pilgrim's Progrt and Shakespeare." jrshal Tito can claim greater ntinuily al the top, and they e i n ' t h e i r 80s." 'ublic criticisms of Ihe queen e confined almost, entirely j the marginal aspects of her islence -- her dress-sense, r voice, her ferocious small gs -- and testify merely to e poverty of the material that n be amassed against her rsonaily," the New States- an said, : Scottish Laborite Willie Hamon never lets up in his cam- aign to abolish the monarchy, tiich he attacks as an cx- ensivc, useless anachronism, ul in liis anil-royalty book last ear, "My Queen and I" he lid lie had never said "a cruel r critical word" against Queen Hzabtith personally. Most Britons view tlie royal stablisliment with quiet pride, "She's good value for money, ie is," one young Londoner aid. Millions slil 1 follow the un ilding royal story as if il was icir favorite soap opera. The ueen and her family are slil] stenl headline-makers in ritain and among the coun- y's biggest c rowd pu Hers. housands Huong the Mall and h itc hal I eve ry year for 1 IK; ueen's coach ride in October open Parliament ' . a n d the rooping of the Color Eor the of- cial celebration of her birth ay in Juno, when the weather s most likely to be good. Tlic queen's oldest son anc ieir, Prince Charles, has ma urcd into a serious, 27-ycar-olc with all the attribute 3rilons look for in a monarcl -- good looks, a sense of hii itior, tact,' a quick mind and c a lent for making people feel o This has prompted som peculation lhat his mot lie may abdicate, some day in hi avor. But despite the prince" 'Dpularity, most Rrilons wont trobably not favor the chang or many years lo come. Tlie queen has liecn Tes rcfcy in iier younger siste Princess Margaret, who' ha presented her with the Iwo big gest personal crises of her reign. One was Margaret's mance with a divorced ma Group Capt. Peter Towns en in 1955. The other was her se] aralion this year from licr hi baml, the Earl of Snowdon. Because the queen is the til lar head of the Church of En (and and the church frowns i divorce, .Margaret renounc Townsenri afler weeks ot farm Call: BOX I,. M c G U I R E B I 7 N . CollcgR rjionn U2-fi7SI BATKSViLLE, Ark. (AP) -- Consrucfion of a $3.4 million sewer treatment plant Eor csville was proposed Monday nigiit by consulting engineers. . The proposal was presented at a public hearing by engi- icers Charles Hilsdon and Dob Sonncnberg of Memphis. The two designed whal they said was an aerated pond sys- .em with sand filters to meet requirements of the Environmental Protection Agency and the state Health Department. ' isvillti has had a problem w i t h overloaded oxidatioi ponds for'several years and is considering alternatives. Much of the proposed plan would be built on thfl existing site of the oxidation ponds. I n d u s t r i a l expansion in recen years has forced the city to seek a solution to overloading at the ponds, which empty inl the White River. If approved, the EPA woutt pay thr^e fourths of the cost_o a new system and the cit would pay the other one fourII or court order impairs presi- d e n t i a l ability to move the country La ward independence . f r o m f o r e i g n pelroleui.i efforts will he undertaken to re- sources. instate the Youth Bridge build-) Tin FEA, in oral a r g u m e n t s oday, is asking the high court to overturn an Aug. 11, 1075, r u l i n g by the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washinfitoh in which :he court said President Fore had exceeded his authority in setting lh£ fees, which the White House estimated would bring in about $4.8 billion. Eight Northeastern states. 10 utility, companies and Rep R o b e r t Drinan. f)-Mas5. brought Ihe original action an wore victorious in the appeal court. In papers liled w i t h the Su prpmc Court last year. Mas sachuF.otls Ally. Gen. Franci X. Bellotti argued thai the gov ernment appeal ·. should be thrown oul since Ford intendet to lift the license fees. The government pressed th is sire, however, claiming th decision by the appeals com hampers presidential ability I act in the future in the intcres of national r^curity. Govern ment lawyers cite U.S. law tha they say gives the president th right to impose "quotas, t a r i f f s fees and other controls" lo ac just oil imports.. The appeals court had dl missed Ibis argument, saying 1955 law'under which Ford ac ed authorized "direct, controls such as quotas, but . n o t "\ direct .controls," including program Bible. Youth Bridge was originally funded in the 1970 CD budge for $15.030. tnl like other socia service related items wa declared ineligible by th c Little Rock office, Don Bcbeo. executive direc lor, reported that the curren grant under Law Enforccmen A s s i s t a n c e Adminislratior (LEAA) has been approved a H matching rate of 28.75 pc provid .organ cent. LEAA helps operational funds xalions getting slarled. Last, year, the first f u n d i n g year for assistance, LEAA provided 90 per cent of the operational costs at Lighten Home and this year will provide 71.25 p e r cent, w i t h t h c remainder to come from local match sources. I'iie: LEAA funding will be n'ther reduced during the third car and operational and rieve- op mcnt funds must then come rom local sources. Bcnton and Vashington c o u n t i e s now ontrihute lo Ihe program, L?;AA ftnuls are used at Ligh- jn House and Social Security unds under Title 20 help in the operational costs at. Boy Land. PIONEER has Homeowners LOANS $2,000-515,000 A li Omahoma State »t|»lstcfl Rites Service Since 1932 · Gel txl'a Cash flow Coosolidale Debts Cul Youf Payments Ho Broker fees or Points PIONEER FINANCE OF OKLAHOMA INC OUI Or TC'iVII CMl COIUCI Siloam Springs 918/2H-6186 Pre-School Roundup Held At Greenland GREENLAND ounrhip will -- Pre-school he held at tan Face Marijuana Charges In Rome ROME, Ga. (AP) -- Thrc en face charges in connection th 409 pounds ot suspected arijuana seized al a Rome olcl, according to Rome Po- cc Chief John Collins. lie said those arrested arp obn Jarccl, 31, of Mission. c\".; John S. Anderson, 32, of ookcville, Tenn., and Albert ill, 46, of Smyrna, Tenn. A camper-style pickup truck -jr Tying cardboard barrels nded with about 200 , two ound packets of w h a t ap- cared to be m a r i j u a n a pullpd V lo Ihe motel about 5 a,m. 'onclay, Collins said. About 8 a.m. a frrlcral.under- ver agent entered llic moLol com and made a drug pur- lasc. be satd. and 11 officers ion raided the room. Collins s a i d those arrested ere charged with possessing nd selling m a r i j u a n a in viola- on of the Georgia Controlled ubstance Act. He said bond was set at $100, 00 for Jarcri. $80,000 f o r And/Men and SSQ.ODO for Hill. j rcc nl an d Element a ry s choo! 'rom 8:50 a.m. until 2:30 p.m Thursday. All children who .will be five vears of age, on or before Oct. 1 may register for kindergarten and those vtho .have not al tended public school kinder gartcn and will .he six year, of age may register for firs grade. Students registering will have a school readiness lest and vision and hearing screening tests. Parents are asked to bring birth certificates and all immunization records, T h e number o f s t u d e n t s ogistering for kindergarten will c t c r m i n e the number of ·lasses open this fall so il is irgcnt parents bring all respective s t u d e n t s lo this ound-up, school officials said. . cense fees. In the papers filed lasl Sc temher, the government argu that this decision "limits, t Presulpnl to the USD of quota which have proved unsuitab and could cause artificial sho ages and dislocation and ba the imposition of license fee which the President has del niincd to be "necessary a n consistent with the nations! curity." Government lawyers said. 1 court of apneals decision :he result of incorrect an of congressional intent in pa inj* thc 1955 law. and that C grcss intended to give the.pre 'r1"n'. broad a*'1horil.y to t a whatever action he deemed necessary lo adjust imnorts.. The Sparkler "VANITY; FAIR, In Ihe'ir 'written arguments, submitted to. the court lasl year, the states, utility companies and R r i n a n hoped t h e court woould refuse to lake up Ihe merits of the case. They ingnish and a fever of puhlr peculation. And though thc liange in public attitudes in 2i 'ears was reflected by the opei acknowledgemenl t h a t Marga et's marriage had broke: Jown, tradition -was maintamc the queen's decision to ap irove a separation but not a di vnrco. been Day" State Will Crack Down On Fraud LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The sliae will "crack down- on fraud n welfare" starling July 1, Gov. David Pryor said Monday after returning f r o m Washing- on where he spoke with federal officials. Pryor laid reporlcrs at the Little Rock airport t h a t he had talks with F. David Matthews, secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, who lias been concerned about the state's f r a u d detection program, Pryor said he assured the federal official the state would have an effective program by July 1. David B. Ray, director of the state Social and Rehabilitative Services Department, said six trained f r a u d investigators would he on the job Jujy 1. In the past, fraud investigations have been conducted by socia \vnrkers, "We haven'l bar! a ver; strong program." Rav said The stale actually needs abuii 24 invcslteators. but it will have to start with six, he said. Secretary Day Set W e d n e s d a y h a s designated "Secretary's over the U.S. and will be o- served by members of the National Secretary's Associa-j lion. .' ! Thirty-eight secretaries in' Northwest A r k a n s a s will meet Thursday at the Springdalc Bonanza to formally organize an area chapter. 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