Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 21, 1976 · Page 22
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 22

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 21, 1976
Page 22
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Says Crime Is An Issue Lindsey Challenges Pryor's Statements Jim Llndscy reiterated his slant! on the Righl Work Law Hiid again declared that crime is an Issue in Arkansas when lie spoke Tuesday niglil at a meeting of Northwest Arkansas Home - Builders Rogers. (NAHBA) in the. Board or h a s - mispiaccd , The Democratic contender in I h e .raco for governor challenged his opponent, Gov David Pryor, on Pryor's statement In Fit crime is not an issue in ArkanKas."Thal is an irresponsible statement because crime is an issue. 1 am com mited to better law en forccmcnl. There has lo be certainty of punishment ;i mandatory- sentences for certain crimes with probation given only on (he basis o[ conduct in prison," he said. Taking the stand.that npnoseri to appeal oE the Right to Work law he pointed out lhat n the past ten 'years thai 60 per cent ol the industrial growt)i occured in Ihu stales with a Right, to Work law. "I believe a man should be able lo choose if he wants to belong to.a Union," he declared NOT EASY '" lie also said there are "no -easy solutions for problems in the state or nation and said : "The 1 government is orferini shod torm : solutions for Ion} term problems." A strong supporter of Ihe free e n t e r p r i s e syslein Lindsey referred lo the patriotism whicl; led to the founding of the country and said, "We are now facing a lliird century and we must be willing to sacrifice and . commit ourselves and one man can make a difference." Lindsay, who had made recent tour ol the stale prison F a c i l i t i e s 'commented that although a chapel had been constructed at Cummins. Ihere were no funds Tor furnishings and the chapel was not in use. "I believe " - · Corrections . . _ .irioritfcs and think lhal chapel should he put into use," he said. The former Ha?,orback = and professional football player also commented lhat the discipline 1 .training lhal went into being an alhlelc was a valuable asset for a political candidate. The speaker, who' 1 was delayed because his plane was unable to land in Faycttevilie and he had to drive from Fort Smith to Rogers, was , introduced by Dale Holland, president of (lie NAHBA. He was accompanied by N.T. rlutlerige of Smackover, PRESENTS CHARTER Holland also introduced Mrs Jeaimie Williams of Little Rock stale outgoing National representative for the Naliona Auxiliary who presented B c h a r i e r lo the Women'? Auxiliary of the NAHBA which fs getting started. The charte: was presented to Mrs. Jamc: Pennington, who has beei tli selected ' president of fledging organization. Uolland commented on th good attendance at the meelin vhich had home builders and ssociate members present rom Rogers,. Faycttcvillo, Jclla Vista, Renlonville, Lowell ind Springdalc. David Hose was appointed -hiiirjnnn of a committee'lo be composed ot four builder nemhers who will screen new applications for the NAHBA. , SIGNS TO GO UP Signs designating members as Certified' Professional Horn Guilders to be erected a building sites were displayed bj Clemen N c f f r chairman ol. lh CPilB program which tin: recc nlly b cen ado pled by ih i NAHBA.' Neff also -displayed · Homi Dwners warranty policies whicl rs will give to purchaser of homes built under the nc\ programs .designed lo prompt professionalism in the buildin; profession. The policy outlines th warranties (hat are included i the purchase. -Netf said lha members will be assessed a [e of one-tenth of one per cent o the estimated value of eac housing start. The Tec will to promote 'the Cerlifio Professional Home Builder program. On Their Toes Ballet teacher Andreas Skou- arl. Cnaeh CJreg Myers ol Ihc nn injuries to' Ihu players clur- res, center, gives members of Toros hopes the ballet posl- ing Ihe coming season. (AP the MjamL Toros soccer teiwn tions will strengthen his play- Wlrcplioto) some instructions in his dance crs' leg muscles and cut down NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS !N THE TIMES ^orlhwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed,, April 21, 1976 · .\YKTTF.VII.I.E. AHKANSAS Excellence Becomes Norm Dr..-Leone: Tells Students Excellence is a lifetime] concern, Dr. Charles A. Ix?one, vice president-provost of , the University of Arkansas, Fayelle- vJllc, t o l d recipients of lonors 1 at the 36th annual i'o n o r s Day Convocation Tuesday. As achievers. Dr. Leone said; "You bring honors to yourselves, hut you also bring lonors to your families, lo the University and to the stale of Arkansas," He reminded the honor slutlents, however, that The awards you receive here today set you apart from your peers. You are marked men and women..What today may appear to be an end point at which a reward is deservedly gained^ becomes really the starting point for future endeavors." He continued, "Excellence become5 the norm for you from now on,-" adding that "more is expected of those who achieve.' Noting lhat the idea of a "natural . aristocracy" .dales back to the founding of this nation. Dr. Leone said lh: Thomas Jefferson envisioned such a system to replace Jhe lercdilary aristocracies of earlier times. "The benefits to so c iety .whe n the s t rongest ntcllects'work for the common, good know almost no bounds," ic said:. * The Uof A nrovost concluded! uy ,- pamphrasing the " 19th C e n t u r y p h i l o s p p h e r - psychologisl, William' James, who said, "The world is only beginning lo see that the wealth of a nation consists more than. anything else in the number of superior men and women that tt harbors." " : Increase Planned WASHINGTON CAP) -- Tha government announced today that 36.3 million persons receiving Social Security or Supplemental Security Income benefits will receive a 6.4 per cent cost-of-living increase" beginning with their July check; Everybody's Business Couple Returns From London Trip ·Mr. and 'Mrs. Hugh D. ·Shaddox of 1216 James Street, have just returned rfrom a week-long (rip to . London, England. As an agenl for Katisas City Life Insurance Company, he qualified for himself and his wife to attend the company's President's, Club Seminar. Membership in the . President's Club is considered · an outstanding achievement in (he comp any an d in the life insurance industry. To qualify, an .agent must meet unusually high , · p r o d u c t i o n . and professional standards. ,Mr. and Mrs. Shaddox stayed at the Royal Lan ca st cr Hole] in London, There they attended s e v e r a l business seminars c o n d u c t e d b y Company executives and had ! the op- purtunity lo exchange ideas with other professionals in the life insurance business. James Coger Is Acquitted A second Huntsville man has been acquitted here in Federal District Court on charges of filing fraudulent income tax returns. James Kay Coger, accused] by the Internal Revenue Service of cheating the federal government out of about §13,000 in taxes, was found innocent Saturday by a federal court jury- Four counts of tax evasion filed against .Coger alleged thai tic had Filed fraudulent (ax returns from IMS Eo 1971. Cogcr's brother, Richard, and Richard's wife, Carolyn Sue, were acquitted last Wednesday nf charges accusing them of · tiling-false income tax returns for 168, 1969 and 1571. The claimed-.that'the Cogers.owed over $45,000 in past due, taxes; Each' of the Cogers could ha ve; been tin cd a rn axi inu m :10,000 and imprisoned for a maximum' five years on each charge of fraudulent tax forms. Billfolds Stolen Two Fayelteville High School '.each/;rs told Fayellevillc police Tuesday thai their billfolds were stolen. Mrs. Don HoncycuEt and Virginia McNair iold police that the billfolds were taken from their purses Tuesday. The nurses, both teachers said, in the classroom when the Ihofts occurred. EQ MUFFLER SHOP MUFFLERS $12.95 GUARANTEED 71 S. and locud St. Fayetteville 521-5422 "Top Quality Unacmeath" '£WZX^wr^ '? ^ff^\ * *, *t *, ~N£VT ,,. -t^-t-JH M-.^^-JI Af^Jailt ^J£ .**. ** «** . , 5^. ^ii_i J2i_T ^ * * ._----. *. *t -- f / . i^i- 3- ^ f t - -l_t. *· -* '·-- .-vi.-jg^. »· 4 *»\ \S^/ long life. MOWER 62 67 IVIN Li Si Win tUDC 7WotH« control, extra deep deck. Staggered 7-m. wheels elminde lawn scalping. 3 H.P. Bfigg* Stratton engine. 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