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April 24, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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IUMM iimti mm. Weather Forecast Report Delayed On Nixon Homes WASHINGTON (Al) -- t, ilou.sc committee Is delaying for two weeks action on a con trovorslul d r a f t report that concluded the federal government lias spent $17 m i l l i o n on President Nixon's homes. Chairman diet Uolifleld, 13- Cnlif., said Tuesday the Clov- crnmcnl Operations Committee v i l l lake up the subcommittee ; cport May 7 after members lave had a chance to examine i minority report by Republicans. Hep. Jiiek Brooks, D-'i'ox. lead of the subcommittee lliat approved the d r a f t report, readily agreed to the delay. "I believe it would be beneficial if we could get more sn;- lorl from the minority',' 1 IJrooks said. According to Brooks, the sU\ff report concluded that $17 million, including all salaries and military costs, had been spout on the President's homes at San Clemente, Calif., and Key Biscay'ne, Fla. Brooks also announced wh the d r a f t report was approve.) that it found federal spending had included some items "far in excess of security needs" as well as items contracted by It.e President's non-government advisers. The White House and the subcommittee's ranking GO member, Rep. John Buchanan of Alabama, accused Brooks of implying that the $17 million had been spent simply to fix up the presidential homes. The. House-Senate Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation concluded in a report earliei this month that $92,298 in federal funds had been spent to fix up the homes and that Nixon Clear, sunny weather Is forecast Wednesday far most of the nation. Colder air is expected fur the Northeast and the Great Plains and milder weather for south-central regions. Showers are .forecast from the central Pacific coast to the central and northern Rockies. (AP Wircpholo) Photo Expert Says Patricia Was Coerced HILLSBOROUGH, Calif. (AP) -- Photographs Hearst t a k e n Patricia security cameras during an April 15 bank robbery indicate she was an unwilling participant in the holdup, a photo analyst says. Peter Dayies of New York City said in a letter to the Hearst family that one picture indicates the gun Miss Hearst held was strapped under her coat to her right hand. The letter was released Tuesday, Davies said : Miss Hearst appears to have been "very much an unwilling participant" and may have been strapped to the gun to prevent her from discarding it "in a surrender or die situation." Miss Hearst's father, newspaper executive Randolph A. Hearst, said the analysis "reinforces some of the things 1 thought. I am sure she's either being coerced -- brainwashed -- or being forced, .but I don't know which it is, and I'm sure he (Davies) doesn't either." , Charles W. Bates, FBI agent in charge of the case, said only, 'Photos arc subject to various interpretations." Davies is author of a book called 'The Truth About Kent State." In the book he analyzed photos of National Guardsmen firing on a crowd of campus demonstrators in the 1970 incident in which four students died. There lias been speculation whether Miss Hearst, 20. was a willing accomplice in the $10,- Court Tackles 7ebra r Tactic HAN r'HANCJSCO (Al'J -- A federal cdiii't today lucklv.s the Issue- of the; city police department's stop-iind-sfarcii policy in the liunl for one or more Muck killers hcllcm! to liiivo randomly slain 12 whiles. Two liiwsuils iiiivc been filed to li;i!l the scorches beinK carried out in Opcraliun /.cbra, the code name; of the cuse derived from t f i e '"/," radio · dmimel usi.il ly police. The fir.sl, filed by Hie Million- al Association for the Advancement of Colored People, asks J,S, District Judge Alfonso Zir- oli to issue tin injunction hall- if! Hie searches. The second, filed by the .nierinan Civil Liberties Union, sks the court to rule the stop n d-scarch tactic uneon- titulional. The cily has been nrdcrcd to how cause wliy it shouldn't be rohibilcxl from conducting the carchcs and was expected to lefcnd its policy in court today. · Meanwhile, a special detach menl of HO plain-clothed black ifficers was sent into the- treels to ferret out clues in the itujaiwu.f niKOllKJS IIK.ci, V»«U., April 24, i9 PAVCTTKVILLC, AHKANIAt " should pay amount. taxes on that 692 holdup in which four alleged members of the Sym- bionese Liberation Army are named in warrants. The SLA claims responsibilty lor the Feb. 4 abduction of Miss Hearst. In a message on April 3 she renounced her family and said she was joining the terrorist group. Authorities describe the SLA as a heavily armed, multiracial organization ol about 25 per- ons. Bank robbery warrants have been issued for a black man and three white women photographed with Miss Hearst inside the bank. .She is sought ai a material witness. CB Radio Stolen A Realistic Citizens Bane radio (Model TE-27) was reported stolen sometime Monday night from the Ledbetter Brothers Garage at 425 S College Ave. Bud Ledbetter told Fayette ville police that a window pane had been removed at the south west corner of the building to gain entry. Plants Taken Three potted plants w e r e reported stolen Monday nigh from the home of Mrs. Frank Plafcan of 605 Park Ave. Th plants were taken from the front porch of the home. Mrs. Plafcan also told Fay elteville police that a coppe chafing dish, valued at $60, wa stolen during the past year, bu lot reported. PfcN DAILY 9-10; SUN. CLOSED WED., THURS., FR1., SAT. 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The mayor, who said he would abide by a federal court ruling, told a news conference .he searches will continue as long as Police Chief Donald Scolt believes they have value. By Tuesday night some 501) jlack men had been stopped, questioned up to several houre and then released. Plant Construction FORT TOWSON. Okla. (AP) -- Weyerhaeuser Co. has started construction on a huge forest regeneration here. center near The nursery, expected to produced up to 10 million Loblolly pine seedlings by late this year, will employ about 15 full-time and 50 part-time employes, officials said. J. C. Brown Jr., vice president of the lumber firms Oklahoma-Arkansas region, said the complex "will better enable Weyerhaeuser to meet its annual reforestation requirements in this region." Durante Wins Award Veteran entertainer Jimmy Durante waves liis liat in his familiar manner in acknowledgement of Irilmlc paid him Tuesday in New York. The Silver Lady award of the Banshees, a club which includes male artists, editors, writers and newspaper ex- eculives, bestowed the award. Durante, now 81, sang a coo- pic of his old hits, including "Inka-Klnka-Doo". (AP Wlra- pluilo) Investigation Into Chisholm Funds Closed WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Justice Department says it has substantially closed its investigation into the handling of Rep. Shirley Chisholm's. presidenial campaign funds without uncovering violations of law. "The case is substantially closed, with a couple of minor matters still pending." department spokes-man Robert Stevenson said Tuesday night He declined to elaborate. Mrs. Chisholm, a Democrat from New York City, is the first black woman ever elected to Congress. The General Accounting Office had announced last Sept. 7 it was turning over to the'Jus- tice Department information on four apparent violations. According to the GAO, the campaign committee for Mrs, Chisholm reported it had debts totaling about $6,000 .when she ended her presidential campaign July 15, 1972. ; However, the GAO said its own audit indicated a cash surplus of more than $18,000 then and more than $3.000 as of Feb. 3, 1973. Mrs. Chisholm said later that the report listing $6,000 in deficits had been filed by mistake as a final report on her campaign. Penny Saver Eliminiate pinning and basting by setting a zipper in place for machine stitching using tw» pieces of cellophane tape. After sewing through the tape, it can easily be removed. Watch your money grow at Fayetteville Savings and Loan Association. It's hard to make ends meet these days.. .but that's all the more reason to save. At Fayetteville Savings and Loan, your money will earn the highest interest rates consistent with sound business practices. 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