Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 25, 1976 · Page 2
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2A · Northwort Arkanwi TIMES, Sunday, April 21, 197 New B u i l d i n g Planned First ,Federal Savings ..and Loan Association's high-rise building, to be erected immediately west of the firm's present building at East A \ e nue and Center Street, is shown in an architect's draw- ing. Work on the new structure will start In the near fat a re. Legal Battle Looms (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) way of background information on this case, several months a^o il was discovered there was apparently a substantial r sum of money unaccounted for in the city's court fund. When Ihe loss b e c a m e apparent. Tommy Himes, my client, requested everyone .with, access to the f u n d s take a polygraph test. Everyone agreed,," except the 'mayor. Since that time, there has been bad blood between the two." Dickson said he had gone to Siloam Springs to 'fake depositions from the mayor and Pelz, but had been to!d they would not be available. He said the writ was io givc-him "time for discovery." He~~said, ''If there is corruption in the city government of any kind, Mr. Rimes does not want to go'out under a .cloud. He told me all he has 3eft is his good name, and he plans to take it with winner in these him. '"The .true proceedings wilt be the people of Siloam Springs. They are going to get an insight i n t o the day-to-day workings of their city government." Mayor. Knight told (he TIMES the missing court funds have "nothing at all to do with it (Himes 1 dismissal}. 1 that in the letter He added informing Himes of the suspension it was noted that fhe missing funds were not involved. Also he said, "Himes -did not request the p o l y g r a p h . Gary Kennen, Benton County prosecutor."did." The-mayor said he did not lake fhe polygraph because^I'I did not have access to the 'unds, I was not a suspect and the city attorney urged me not .o take .the test because 1 it would he degrading to Uie office of mayor. The missing funds do not pertain. "I emphasize strongly that it has nothing to do .with his firing " ' --^Aa-for-not being available to give Dickson a deposition, Knight said, "Bill Pelz 1 attor- ey advised him against givinj one. The afternoon he (Dickson' was here, I was lied up with a flood problem on the Illinois River." He said he was willing to talk to Dickson. . · Knight said the . city was "following the letter of the Ian and trying to accomodate -Mr Himes with a public hearing We had a hearing scheduled for the next council meeting a s the law requires. About noon we received a writ of prohibition Planning Commission To Consider Rezoning Petitions The Fayelteville P l a n n i n g . The prorv?rty, on which the Commission is to consider two' Washington County Sales Co. is r e z o n i n g petitions, among situated, is located east q several other il-mis, at its rcgu , larly scheduled meelinj; Mon- 1 day afternoon at City Hall; The Commissioners are (o consider a petition submitted by Bryce J. Davis lo rezone a 20 acre tract of land located on the north .side of Hwy, 16 \vest about 2.000 feet west of the Hwy. 71 bypass. Davis is asking that the tract be rezoned from agricultural (A-0 to medium density residential (R-2). (As with all Government Avenue, north llth Street and west of Schoo Avenue. In other action, the Commi= sion will consider: --A public hearing on a rr posel ordinance concerning street right-of-way in lar scale developments. --A public he a ring on proposed ordinance dealing with Planned Unit Developments re?.onings and other ordinances.[within the city, t h e C o m m i s s i o n eilhc. recrimmentJs approval or denial to (he Board of Directors, which must make the final decision.)' The second rezomng petition submitted by W,H. and Mae Bartholomew and Ar#l and Emma R JJarthok/mcw -doing busings as the Washington County Livestock AucElon -seeks to rezone a 12 to 15 acre tract of land from R-2. heavy commercial and light industrial (f-1) and thoroughfare commercial (CO) to general Industrial (1-2). acces: pro 212 N. KaM Ave. FaytttKvillt, Ark 777M Pnbl1shr-d tfally and S-ar/Jay «c«p( J'tnaxry 1, Jaly 4, ThJr.Iuihlny ewl Art MRMBER / Tte 1sio^l^« tlc.n of eJl Ice; ne-A i papvr u dU p^lchts ^TFT) PRRSit i I) entitled ex ! tfjt reF'"bI rat prlnirf In ih'* u ID AP r.e«r 6;s/Te oivy dally EOc. Swit VS. MMI fa WiifiirisV.n, Reniorii Mid lofl Uei. A r k , Adilr Co., Ohll.t 3 rr.or.fh* rr.onhi , 1 VKAR City BOT Gtftiot ,,.,, proposed third route for Villa North, po.sed mobile home pnrk to be located imrnedialcly north o the existing Villa Mobile ,Honv Park. --A proposed preliminary pla of Old Wire Road North sub division, to he located west o Winuood Estates, east of Ok Wire Road and south of Town ship Rofirl (extended). --A conditional use iequ/:$ submitted by William ft. Roger to locate a real estate sale office in his home at 500 Vinson Avc. --A rcfjuosl. for a waiver the subdivision requirement submitted by Rill Requeue o behalf of George F. Blackwel for p ro perly I oca ted i n th city's Growth Area on an un named road south of the Fay el'/iville-Farminglon city limits --A conditional use rctjues submitted by Myrna B e l l P'afres lo operate a child car facility En her home at 2i}0 Win wood Drive. --Other business. The commission mc/^ts at p.m. Monday in the Director Koom al City Hall. The publf is invited to altend- MISSED YOUR PAPER! WE'RE SORRY! If you rannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONE 442-6242 Daily 5 lo 6:SO p.m. Saturday 4:30 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 A.m. First FROM PAGE ON1N ' vill tcMUire ari exterior of'.in- .\ilating rctlccUvc bronze glass curtain walls in 'combination vLlh brick ntul t u n limestone rim. The all-electrlc buitdin" will lave *.» hc.itihg and air condi- ioning system tk'.sij'npd so that, each U'li mi t will have individual oiUiol. A system of fire sprUik- ors has been incorporated into he building's design. Flexible parlitions will be .sed tiirougliont the building so hat' space may be arranged lo individual needs-anti iiuxu'e leeds. Sideways nnd entrances o lhe;building will have'aulcK iialic snow melting devices, ' Kasoa said the First Federal iffices will occupy Ihe first and second floors of the building. Jpon cotuplclion of the new Diiilding, Ihe association will acate its presctit offices al the corner of Block Aycnue and toiler Street. Al that lime, the .iresent building probably will je subleased, Eason said. He ulded t h a t the long-range plan s to "take t h a t building down." Ihilf of the lop floor ot liie new structure will be.leased :o he Eason and Comjinny insur- mcc agency, Eason said. Tha other half of the top floor will used for the savings and loan association's employe Boy Seoul Troop Sjpsprs ;Cjfy ^ Flag Contest W Fayetlcvillc Boy Seoul Troop 1-12 is sponsoring a contest which *csult iti the adoption cily flag, Barney Hunt, will new scoutmaster .announced today, All residents, regardless of ige, arc invited to submit ounge Mnd board room. A conference rooin" that all :enants may use' will also be located on the top floor. The remaining offices in the build- ng will be leased to businesses, Kason said. First Federal will either pre- lare these offices to tenant specifications *and lease t h e m ; o n a finished basis, or they :icrmit Ihe tenant to pay for lis own' leasehold, improve ments and lease the .space at a lesser rental, Eason said. ' Unit Cited , SAN ANTONib-Airman .First Oass George.Dl'Live'rmbre; son of Mrs. and ' M r s . '.Noel . W. Liyermpre of .Route^S, "-Himt- sville,: is a - member, of : a ' u n i t which has earned the-U.S. Air Force Communications Service official: ftag.-.. The project ;has he support" of the city Board ot Directors,;the University of \rkbnsas and Fayelteville^Pub ;ic Schools, Hunt says.?. ' ;' ·'·. Money is being allocated for a new flag pole to be erected atcr this suiiitncr and the University Department of Home economics hus Hgrccd to make he flag when the wining entry ins : been: selected. . Anyone interested in enlcriiTg .lie contest should submit ori- l\na\ drawings, 'n color or jlack and white, to (he Fayclls- villc Flag Contest, ,P.O. Box 1544.;FayGtlevillc. · Black \'and . ,white ·; entries should be accompanied by written instructions canccrnlnjj the colors in the Hag. All .Dairies must be Mccompanied by Ihe name, address, and phone num be r of the p c rson 3 ub- milling the drawing.'. : ' ^ ' · The'deadline i s midnight'May 31. Commander's' Achievement. d were forced to postpone fir aring.,They seem to say on ng and do another. I will sa s. I'm'sure glad Mr. Himes .orneys .don't reprcsenl th y." ORDINANCE REPEALED Mayor Knight said it wa hi derstanding that Himes' allor ys had "failed to tell Judgi nfield that the .city ordinance d been repealed," He .said other policeman, David Gorn, had resigned Friday orning. One resigned at the uncil meeting Thursday night. They both just saved us the ouble of terminating them," said. m Springs city lorney 'will be called as a wit- ess in the hearing, the city represented, in the case by sa, Hulchinson of BentonvallD Lilchinson said that .since the ty. ordinance had been epealed in F CDruar y 1^75 the ayor "had started out and rpceedcd under the stale law r supension." , He said the city ordinance as repealed by a re so lu Lion mnloyes Handbook. The.hand obk does not titcitically ei i r t t dismissal procedure, ant 1 , utchfnson said, (he cily "must llow whatever law there is " fu^cKinson said, "It is in Ihe est interest ot Ihe cily (o have before the City Council as possible." He said udge .Enfield was out of town ut . expected back Monday, utchinson said he plans to ask ir an immediate hearing. Award .for Ihe Southern Communications 'Area. A i r m a n Livermore, telephone switching equipment repairman,:is assigned al Kelly AFB, Tex;,'with the 1923rd Communications Group - which received "the' annual!.award for exceptional performances and professionalism throughout-1975 The airman is"a 1971 graduate of Huntsville High School. His wife Darla, is Ihe'daughter o Mr. "and Mrs, Alelvin'.Withrov of Route 4 Tahlequah, Okla etilrics. The 'city* has never Sharing [CONTINUED ( FROM ?ACIR WiK) Hrjyveverl I hey · ditter\ o'rt^whal they sep;as necessary changes in Ihc program, Carter suys Hint nUhoiiRh tlic program "has nol really achieved the goals Tor which it was 'originally created," it should be continued. Udiill, however, said Uie pro gram had -met what lie said were its original goals: "to relieve hard-pressed local governments, to substitute (Lie more progressive federal.tax base for hcavi.or stale and : local taxes, mid to give people : al the local level the .'opportunity./ am) the resources lo develop their own solutions lo their own prob Icms." ; Jackson listed Ihe civil rights section as one needing improve* menl. but he warned thai this should be accomplished "without causing unnecessary d/»lay in feenaclirig the revenue sharing program itself." Remains At AFB SAN AMTONIO-Airman Winners will he announced on July : 1, and the flag will be presented to the city on July 4. Persons tnay submit as many entries' as desired. No' prizes will be given, and the winning eritry will be. copyrighted by the" cily'of Fyyeitevillc. Bank Bos Stolen Three members of the Farmington Drill Team told Fayctte- ville police Saturday afternoon that a bank .bag containing about $40 was stolen, from a rest room at the Northwest Arkansas Plaza. Joseph P, Hyde, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Truman S .lyde of 2003 W. .New Hope Rogers,-'Ark. 1 , ,h a s cpmplelec Air Force basic training at Dackland AFB,.Tcrf .·'. During his six weeks (raining, .e' studied .the /Air Force mi s s E o n , organization anr customs and received specta' instruction in human relations. The airman Is remaining al L a c k l a n d . (or , spechihzed training in the security police field'. · . . · · · . ; - . ' · . ' . ,-;" Airman Hyde , is a 1972 graduate of Rogers High School and attended:1 "-- "-=·-- :( of Arkansas. Mrs Peggy Julie Pliiui FLournoy, Miss and Miss Cindy Hale told police that they l e f t the money bag in the rest room hut that when they" returned for it, the bag was'gone. Mccks Drowns OZARK. Ark.-fAP) James Patrick Mecks; 19. i of El .Dorado drowned Saturday when his canoe overturned in the Mulberry Hiver about 15 milei northeast of here, ,the Johnson County .Sheriff's., office'said. The sheriff's.^ office aaic Mceks was i found pinned, be neath a log, * Moforist May Turn Right On Red Beginning Tuesday t mblbrlsl hoy legally mnko a right turn oh a rcd'.llghl niter.coining lo a' slop" imtcss there is 'a' s : "" prohibiting llic turn. Tlie IEUY penmllint! such turns was required to bring the stale inlo compliance with federal energy legislation signed by Uie President in December. Senator Dale Bumpers was responsible for getting Ihu provision Included in Hie energy bill. One estimate is the right- on-red l a w ' , w i l l save,a billion gallons of gasoline « year nationally,- because drivers will spend less time with their motors running at stoplights. Tlie 'Arkansas law · requires noterisLs lo come to a complete stop and enter the intC'rsccUon cautiously if no traffic is ap- prt-acliing from (lie left. Tlie law also allows for signs l o . b f i placed al certain intersections prohibiting a rrglil Inrn on red. Degree Awarded DAYTON, Ohio--Capt. Carry W. Earls, whose parents are Mr': and Mrs. .Carl .J.. Earis of 806 N I3lh Sl. r Rogers, has been awarded a master of science degree in industrial engineering from Ohio Slate University al Columbus. Captain : Earls', studied under a n ' A i r Force program that assists members in · oblaining their graduate degrees. He is now assigned at Robins A ' F B ' , Ga.. as a civil engineering officer. A 1967 graduale of Rogers High School iie received his bachelor's degree in 1971 from Ihe i University of Arkansas, at Fajelleullc His w i f e Mjia, is Ihe (laughter of Mr and Mrs. Grcei- Ungle.of 220 S. Dixieland Road, Rogers. Obituary K E N N E T H B.' D1LTS Kenneth Burgess DiHs, 39, of West Fork died Friday in the crash of a light plane tit Low Gap. Born Oct. 2a, 193G al Nyack. N.Y., tlic son of Kenneth and Hulh Smith Dilts. he was Ihe owner and operator of Fay- eltcville Alarms Inc. · I _ -'' \: · Survivors include one daughter, Miss Patsy DiHs of the home; his parents of Greenwood. N.Y.;- one brother and one sister. : iDilis will be returned to Spring Valley, is'.Y. Monday for imeral .services' and burial. loore's Chapel is in charge of ocal arrangements. MISS NAOEEN MCKNIGHT Miss N a d e e n Lillian IcKniglil, 24. of West Fork Jed Friday in a plane crash t Low Gap. Born Feb. 27. 1952 I 'Salt Lake" City, Utah, the uughter - o f ;r John F. and Catherine McOmie McKnight, [ she w a s a social worker Survivors include her parents' I Salt Lake City. I Funeral services and burial vill be held Tuesday at Sail ,ake City, with Nelson's 'uneral Home in charge of ocal arrangements. t I Situation (CONTINUED" FROM PAGF- ONE) iO in revenue from e'ectricity old.to other communities, Revenue loss also is the ma »r strike impact at (he city zoo hicti has been shut down by 25 .riking animal keepers, Direc- jr Saul Kitchener, who orking along with several non- triker.s, projects that $100.000 gate and concessions reve- iie will he lost in April. 'It's not affecting the ani- .ials, r he said. "We're cleaning ie animal cage,s and feeding icm as usual." But, .he adds, The dung, debris and hay bit iling up. Hippos, rhinos ephanls produce, quite ou know." The ' cily plumhers, elcc ricians, carpenters, machin sis, laborers, gardeners anc !reets«'Cpcrs .struck to proles ay cuts ordered by super i.sors. Attempts to set up ncgo ions have failed, and th toarcl of Supervisors ha? TC usrxl to agree to mediation un I uorkrrs return to their job". The shutdown of the cily uses by a sympathy walkon f drivers has inconveniencec ot only the 250,000 dailyrider it also thousands of motorist vho must put up,with new tral ic and parking hcad:hcs. SUVA MIND CONTROL LECTURE SERIES Coming May Ipth Call 756-4488 tar details or 751-7613 evenings and weekends. Windy And Mild Arkansas should be. partly cloudy;;.windy,and mild today, Fair and cooler tonight, nnd warmer · Monday. Rain and showers are forecast for much of the eastern parts of the nation, along with parts of Arizona, New Mexico, .Utah, Colorado, Wyoming and North and South Dakota. Snow flurries are predicted for parts of Montana, Wyoming and Utah. (AI* Wirepholo) Two Car Accident At Intersection Two persons suffered minor injuries in. a two-car accident Saturday morning at. the intersection -of Maple Street' und regg Avenue. Injuries lo Miss Marsha A. I'harr, 20, of 1002 W. Maple SI. and Ronald McMillan. 20, of 711 W. Dickson St. did not require emergency treatment. Fayctteyille police, said Aliss Pharr was a passenger in a car driven by Steven D. Hoss, 19, o.r.3^8 Arkansas Avc., which was southbound on Gregg. Avenue. Ross said that he stopped at the intersection and then pulled ahead to check for traf fie, not seeing the oastbouncl car ttriven Ijy McMillan. McMiHan was charged with driving while intoxicated. On Leave 'Navy Fireman. Lester Wayne Wyall, son of Mrs. JoA'nn Wyatt , of Route '· 5, Springdale presently at home oii leave. Enrolled Officer Gary J. Davis witl the Washington County Sheriff: Office is currently enrolled a the Arkansas Law Knforcemc-n Training 'Academy in Ea Wyatt enlisted in the Navy p nmdcn ',; participating in the last J a n u a r y - and has j u s t " ' TM 0 P oll , cc '"""ing class. . gradualed f r o m : basic training \ Da -fi? began work wilh th in Great Lakes, Illinois. Upon completion o f : his leave-AVyatl will report to the Destroyer Turner Joy which is in port at Sail Diego, Calif. , Wyatt attended Kingston High School prior to his enlistment in the Navy. sheriff's.department in 1975 am lives/on Ronic 7,'Fayclto HEAVY LEGS SCIENTIFIC HOME METHOD TO REDUCE HIPS/THIGHS, KNEES, CALVES, ANKLES *Losc Up to 10 Ibs, in 10 Dajs From Hips-WIthout Drastic Diets or Exercise or Pay Nothing! THE FIRST PUCE 1)UT FAT SETTIES i TO IS 7HE IOWER PART OF YOUR BODY. THIS IS fllSO THE FIRST PUCE THAT CAN tOSE THAT STORED UP FAT. THE MIRACLE P1U IS HIRE NOW! USE IT. A brand new remarkable 100% effective t r u e Mp. reiliicfng pill lhat (cally works has recently been developed. Tliis will bclp c u r b your tfeLie for food and still allow you to enjoy mosl of t tie foods you are used (o. You won't suffer hunger pangs. "The Calad'nc Focrnula" is one. of Ihe strongest'appeli(c suppressors avnilablc. You can lose as sloiv or as fast as you wish. It's up lo you. 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