Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 22, 1974 · Page 15
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 22, 1974
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Oooh, That's Cold The bikini clad poster g i r l seems to be K rimacing from the cold while billboard paint- er Jack Bailey performs iomy alongside a f or * Lau touchup work. Bailey ginger- derdale, Fla. highway. (AP ly retraces the shapely ana- Wirephoto) __ CIDI Fraud Charge Draws Innocent Pleas LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Two North Carolina men pleaded innocent here Tuesday to charges of conspiring to ciofraurt the federal government through an illegal kickback scheme and requested a jury trial. William L. Reddick of Raleigh and Thomas B. Wallace of Durham entered the pleas before U.S. Magistrate Robert W. Faulkner. They are accused of participating with officials of Community investment Develop- ment, Inc. in Ihe diversion of federal funds from the federal Office of Economic Opportunity. If convicted. Reddick and Wallace each will face.possible $10,000 maximum .Tines, and up to five years in prison on each count of the indictment returned against them by the Federal Grand Jury for the Eastern District of Arkansas. The government has alleged that Reddick told two former officials of CfDI, a Little Rock- based f i r m , that excess OE 'unds were available for C1D provided the firm would pay 'consultant's fee" to Wallace A portion of the "fee" alleged found -its way back to Reddick CIDI was a federally funde program designed to encourai the' development of minori business - enterprises in A kansas. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week At The Library By ANN JACOBS "My brother came back arid Id me you said I'd never walk gain, and boy are you lucky still have all your teeth in our mouth." -- Anonymous araplegic to his doctor. The disabled are tough, resilient, and often compensate r their loss in amazing, other irections. Many books and pamphlets in he Fa'yetteville Public Library more comfortable for a disables jterson. "Guide to the National 'arks and Monuments For Han oint out ways in which daily fe can be made smoother and icapped Tourists" (vertica lie) notes, for example that the xhibit room and auditorium at le Pea Ridge visitor center ill accomodate wheelchairs ut restroom stall doors are nly 24 inches wide. "AIDS AND Appliances' VF), published by the Ameri an Foundation for the Blind atalogs Braille writing equip ment. bathroom scales with aised dots, a basketball tha aeeps for aural location, i anned goods marker kit, and much more. "Aids to Self-Help in Home making, Grooming and Clo hing" (VF) features easil. matte gadgets that would bene it the person with limited o no use of one hand. The wooden »wl holder, peeling and cutting ward, and e-z reach grabbe would be welcome in any home and the clothing section empha ises Velcro tape instead zippers or buttons. Handicapped children hav special needs that must be me f they are to realize their fu potential. "Help Them Grow! !VF) shows parents (unfor tunately, mostly Mama) an children in cartoon pictures tha : e a c h setting the table dressing, playing with others and above all, communication. "HOUSING FOR the sically Impaired" (VF) 'How to Build Special Furn ture and Equipment for Hand capped Children" (New book note desirable and undesirabl features in home furnishings. "A Flock of Lambs" is th story of two teachers who too courage to open a pet shop Chicago that would be staffe by mentally retarded youn people. After many ups and d o wrn s , 'they triumphantly moved to their own farm, where "The Lambs" operate a rnan and woman who are etermined to leave an insensi- ve school and make their own ay. In the Children's Depart lent, "Light a Single Candle" nd "Follow My Leader." lough fiction, are based on jeir authors' real-life experien^ and give compassionate nderstanding what it means to blind. THIS WEEK in the audi xrium, the "biggest and besl ver" exhibit of children's ar ·bntinucs t h r o u g h M a y 8, under Mrs. Cammack's irection. Come in and find out how o help yourself, a friend relative; hours are 9 to 6 Monday-Thursday, 9 to 5, Fri day and Saturday. Mi'iMiiiuiiiniiiniiniiiiuiiiiwiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiniiiiiii NO PENNY SHORTAGE HERE OWENSBORO, Ky. (AP) -One customer virtually elimi nated the penny shortage Mr. Wigg's Dept. Store. After learning the store wa paying a 10 per cent premiu on each $1 in pennies, the cuj tomer brought in 12,500 -- un wrapped -- for a bonus il2,50, plus $125. A woma showed up with 1,500 pennies. A spokesman for the firm said the bonus will through Wednesday. restaurant well. and gift shop as Joanne Greenbcrg ("I Never Promised You a Rose Garden") explores the world of the deaf in "In This Sign." the life of the company used to get 580 t $90 a week in pennies from it bank but now is limited to $20 iveek by the bank. In Washington. Mint Directo Mary Brooks said the Treasur Department hopes to ease th great penny pinch by awardin an exceptional public scrvic certificate to anyone who turn $25 or more in pennies into bank. She said the Treasury seeking the estimated 30 billio pennies that are resting "dresser drawers, shoeboxe and pickle jars." Many people apparently a hoarding pennies in the beli they can sell them at pro when the rising price of th copper content exceeds the va ue of the coin, she said. MiittniuiiffliiiiiHuuniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiti! Northwwt Aitonm TIMES, W**, May M, 1974 « 17 , ARKANSAS Soviet Cruise Ship The liner Maxim Corki ar- planned (his summer. T h e per day per passenger, an rives earlier this week in Soviet vessel's booking agent, amount reported to be about New York Harbor, its base Wall Street Cruises, Inc., is $10 per day less than com- for 13 Caribbean c r u i s e s offering cruises at about $50 pet'tors. (AP Wlrephoto) Purcell Declines To Comment On Jones PARAGOULD, Ark. (AP) -Maurice Cathcy of Paragould, 'ormer president of the Ar- {ansas Bar Association, praisec Joe PurcL'll Tuesday for not re vealing his feelings on the fu ture of state Sen. Guy "Mutt Jones of Conway. Jones, a convicted felon who has been stripped of his license to practice law in the slate for one year, became a political is sue this week when stale Rep Doug Brandon of Little Rock called for Jones resignation from the Senate. Brandon and Purcell are two of the Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor. Bran don challenged his opponents I take a stand on the matter. Cathey said Purcell had done the only ethical and mora thing possible for a potentia lieutenant governor, who couk become the presiding officer o he state Senate -- keep his opinion of Jones to himself. "The overriding question to :ach candidate for lieutenant jovernor, is not whether or not Hr. Jones is to be seated, but whether the question, if presented, is done so according to the guarantees Mr. Jones has under our Constitution." Cathey said. If Jones does not resign, it is up to members of the Senate to decide whether to oust him. The other Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor is Kenneth Coffelt of Jacksonville, friend of Jones who tolc Brandon it is not the business of the lieutenant governor to call for a Senator's resignation Tax Proposal LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Stale Rep. Doug Brandon of Little Rock said Tuesday that he had asked Gov. Dale Bumpers to in elude Brandon's lax reduction proposal in Ihe agenda of any ipccial legislative session. Brandon, a Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor, old Bumpers that people in Arkansas need tax relief because of inflation. The Brandon proposal would reduce the statc income tax rate in each income bracket by one-half per cent. That would reduce slalc income (ax collections by $15 to S20 million. But, Brandon said that with annual surpluses of $50 million to $80 million in Ihe past three years, the reduction would not nave an adverse effect on tha funding of any state programs. The TIMES It On Top of The' News Seven Days a Week ELECT B I L L M U R R A Y SHERIFF For Washington County Paid for by Citizens [or Murray Comtnitltie, Melvin I'almer. 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College in Fayetteville ·SSB? r c o u P o KODAK EIA160 HIGH SPEED EKTACHROME 160 MOVIE FILM fill all XI Movie Camera* and moil Instamatic Mo»i« Cameras purchased in the lost few yeor» Coupon good thru Saturday May 25th $050 2 Kodak sag. let. $4 20 1609 N. College in Fayetteville MELLERS T £ A II P O PHOTO L ^ ^* ** ^ ^^ C110-12 exp. KODACOLOR FILM 1609 N. College in Fayetteville far Packet Inttomatic Cameras Coupon good thru Sattirdty May 25th

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