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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 6, 1974
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$1 Million Sought Morthwert Arfcamat TIMES, Thurs., JUM «, 1974 AvrrriviLLi, AKKAMIAS Illinois Files Suit Against Milk Groups CHICAGO (AP) --The state 1 of Illinois is seeking $1 million in damages from five milk associations accused of illegal market rigging and price fixing. Atty. Gen. William Scott said ; Wednesday the state will enter a suit being heard in U.S. district court at Kansas City. He said it will demand triple damages for school boards and other public institutions that use public* funds to purchase milk iu 16 northern Illinois counties. The petition for damages an amendment to a pending anti-trust suit which the state first Richardson Addresses Governors Former Attorney General Elliot Richardson, now a distinguished fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, addresses the nation's governors at the closing session of the National Governors* Conference in Seattle Wednesday. Richardson said the scandals in Washington, D.C. may be the last straw which tarns t h e political and moral direction of the country back to the states. (AP Wirephoto) ' Worth More Than $5 Million Highway Commission To Take Bids On 38 Jobs LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The Arkansas Highway Commission will open bids June 27-28 on 38 highway contracts worth more than $25 million -- the largest volume in Highway Department history. The previous-record for the cost of jobs advertised was $21.8 million on Aug. 29, 1973. The bids will be opened on two days because of the record number of jobs. The two-day letting will also enable contracfors lo bid on jobs June 28 if their total bonding ability is not committed on June 27. The bid letting also was set late in the month in hopes the state would receive some additional federal highway construction funds that are expected to be redistributed by the Federal Highway 'Adninist- ration to those states capable of handling additional funds. Arkansas is one of the few states in position to take advantage af such funds because it has been first among the 50 slates in use of federal highway funds. The projects, by county, to be opened June 27: MONROE: Surfacing miles of Arkansas 14G, beginning at the junction of Arkansas 146 and 17 and extend- In geast and south, $27,000. MONROE: Surfacing 5.0BO miles of Arkansas 39, beginning at the north city limits of Blacklon and extending north, $211.000. ASHLEY: Construction of one W-Bcam Spans Bridge on Arkansas 278, beginning 1.5 miles west of Portland and extending across Bayou $405.000. SEBASTIAN: IZARD: Reconstruct a portion of existing reinforced concrete box culvert on FAS Route 20fifi. .4 miles and 1.0 mites east of the junction of Arkansas 58 and FAS Route 2066, $34,000. LAFAYETTE: Surfacing 2.40 miles of County Road 27, begin ning one-half mile east of Lewisville and extending to near Stamps, $68,600. MISSISSIPPI: Surfacing 1.773 miles of County Road No. 524, beginning one mile south of Blytheville an dending at the south city limits, $220.000. MONTGOMERY: Surfacing 4.0 miles of County Road Nos. 26 and 17, $103,000. WHITE: Construction of one slab bridge on FAS Route 2253 lies of city streets in El. Do- ado, 1$66,000. CARROLL: Surfacing and onstruction of one composite I- Beam span bridge on 1,268 miles of Arkansas 143. beginning 2 miles north of the junc- ion of U.S. 62 and Arkansas 43, $667,000. CRAIGHKAD and POINSETT: Surfacing 5.680 miles of Arkansas 1. beginning at the raighcad-Polnsett County line between Searcy and Kensett $82,000. The projects, by county, to be opened June 28 PHILLIPS: Surfacing 6.171 miles of Arkansas 316, begin ning at the junction of Ar kansas 316 and 343 and extend ing c;ist and north. $244.000. WOODRUFF: Surfacing 4.473 miles of Arkansas 2i9, begin ning at the junction of Ar kansas 269 and 37 and extend inR oust. 2$16.000. ASHLEY: Surfacing - 9.66, miles of Arkansas begin Nor II north Bartholomew. Surfacing 2.1526 miles of Arkansas 45 extending northwest to the Interstate 540, $1,251. 000. WHITE: Surfacing and construction of twin composite I- Bciim spans bridges, twin composite welded bos girder span bridges and two conlimious composite welded plate girder spans bridges on 4.875 miles of U.S. 67, beginning 0.5 miles southwest of the junction of relocated U.S. 67 and Arkansas 15 a n d extending norlhenst, $6.203.000. GARLAND: Surfacing 4.543 miles of U.S. 270. beginning at the intersection of U.S. 70 in Hot Springs and extending southeast. $3,487,000. OUACHITA: Surfacing (5.86 miles of city streets of Stephens and Camden, $205.000. FAULKNER: Surfacing 6.275 miles and construction of four slab spans bridges on Arkansas 28fi. beginning 0.8 miles south of U.S. 64 and extending south- cast, $1.689.000. BRADLEY a n d CLEVELAND: Surfacing 5.074 miles of Arkansas 189. beginning at the junction of Arkansas 8 and extend north and northeast, $796.000. CRITTENDEN: Construction · of one slab span bridge on FAS Roule 1971, abnut one-quarter mile west of West Memphis, $93,000. CROSS: Surfacing 2.37 miles of FAS Roulc 1,115 anrl County Road No. 85. $61.0110. DREW: Surfacing 2.5 miles of County Road No. 28, beginning at Ladelle and extending west. $79,000. FAULKNER: Surfacing .35 miles of County Road No. 48, beginning at the junction of County Road No. 48 and Arkansas 286 and extending west. $12,000. HOWARD: Surfacing 7.20 miles of three sections of FAS Routes 2011, 15«0 and 1562, $196.000. INDEPENDENCE: Surfacing ! 8 miles of FAS Roulc 1248 and County Road No. 16, S69.000. Call Williams Co. "CANttRCART ning 7 miles north of Crossctl and extending east. $1,507,000. MILLER: Surfacing 7.2, miles of U.S. 82, beginning miles east of Tcxiirkana ai extending east. $159,8(10. NEVADA: Surfacing 3.99 miles of Arkansas 355, begin ning .8 miles east of the Hemp stead County line and extending southeast, $491,000. GARLAND: Surfacing am construction of three slab spai bridges and one I-Beam spai bridge on 5.782 miles of Ar kansas 298. beginning at th line and extending northeas and east, $1,421.000. PRAIRIE: Surfacing an. construction of one reinforce concrete slab span bridge an three multi-span reinforced con crcte box culverts on 1.64 miles of Arkansas .18. bcginnin 4 miles east of Hickory Plain and extending east and south east. $499.000. BRADLEY: Resurfacing 4.2 miles of city streets in Warren $106,700. UNION: Resurfacing 6.3 and extending north, $2,243.000. CRITTENDEN: Surfacing 1.364 miles of FAS Route 1971 cjeginning in Hulbert and ex tending north, $184,000. CROSS: Surfacing 2 miles of FAS Route 2093, beginning Fitzgerald and extending west $53,000. FULTON: Surfacing 6.60 miles of FAS Route 1162, begin ning at Byron and extending northeast. 3243,000. INDEPENDENCE: Surfacinj and construction of one sla span bridge on .327 miles o FAS Route 1838. beginning mite northwest of Cushman anc extending west, $272,000. PERRY: Surfacing 7.2 mile of FAS Route 1424. beginning a Aplin and extending south anc east. $206.000. PULASKI: Surfacing construction of two slab span bridges on .217 miles of FA Roule 1841. beginning on. Kani Road and extending eas $362,000. RANDOLPH: Surfacing 1.38 miles of County Road No. beginning at Arkansas 166 led against the associations in larch 1972, Scott explained. Among the defendants is the ssociatcd Milk Producers, nc., (AMPI) a major political ampaign contributor and the entral focus' of the Watergate milk fund investigations. Scott's suit, which has been ombined with 20 other private uits, accuses AMPI and the our other associations of an nlawful conspiracy over the ast six years to control the upply of milk in the Chicago rea. OVERCHARGED He said overcharges to schools, hospitals and other in- titutions may have amounted o as much as 10 to 12 cents a ;alton. Such institutions ao ount for the purchase of more han 36 million pounds of milk and milk products a year, Scott aid. "In spite of recent nationa declines in raw milk prices, prices in the Chicago area have continued at the unreasonably extending north. $111.000. i g h levels of previous lonlhs." Scott said. Tht largest beneficiary of a avorable ruling would be the hicago Board of Education, 'hich school Supt. James Redmond said uses 250,000 units of ilk a day. Besides AMPI, three other airy co-operatives named in he suit are Central Milk Prq- ucers Cooperatives of Chiago. Central Milk Sales Ageny of St. Paul, Minn., and Asso- ialed Reserve Standby Pool Jo-operative of Madison, Wis. The fifth defendant is the Associated Milk Dealers Inc.. trade association whose membership consists of major Fire Death MORRILTON. Ark. (AP) -Sheriff Marlin Hawkins of Con way County said that Donnj Leeson, the one-year-old son o Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leeson o near Morrilton. burned to death at his parents home Wednes day. Hawkins said the child over turned a can of kerosene whicl ran under a water heater am caused an explosion. He said Mrs. and Mrs. Lee son were treated for burns an released from a local hosptta The county fire departmer brought the fire under contro The extent of damage to th house' was not immediate! known. dairies serving market. the Chicago Jones Appeal LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- State Sen. Guy H. "Mutt" Jones, of Conway Wednesday asked the 8lh U.S, Circuit Court of Ap- ls in St. Louis to review ; J.S. District Court ruling a .ittle Rock which . prevent: Jones from practicing law ii 'ederal court. Jones, 62, has been convicte on federal income tax charges. Judge J. Smith Henley o Little Rock denied a petitioi May 7 to allow Jones to contin ue practicing law in federa courts. Henley ordered Jones' nami stricken from the list of attor neys admitted to practice ii federal court April 23, 1973 fol lowing Jones' conviction. Jones was fined $5,000 am placed on three years probatio by Judge Oren Harris of El Di rado in April 1973 after he wa convicted on two counts each income lax evasion and of fi ing false income tax returns. n Hospital To Be Bull! For Cummins Prison LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Offia\s said Wednesday that a 7 million grant from the fcd- al Law Enforcement Assisl- ce Administration has been proved for construction of a spital and classification cen- r at Pine Bluff by the state irrection Department. The facility will be used to eat and rehabilitate incoming males at Cummins Prison arm and Tucker Intermediate eformatory. Tim Baltz, information offi- r for the Correction Depart- ent, said Wednesday that the spartment had been trying for bout a year to obtain LEAA atching funds for the project. The state legislature has ap- ropriated $450.000 for the cen- r's architectural and engi- eering design. Federal and ate money in the project to- 1s about $3.5 million. Before new inmates are -sent i cither Tucker or Cummins ley will stay at the center for lout two weeks where t h e y will be evaluated medically and psychologically. E d u c a t i o n counseling also will be provided. Inmate needing immediate medical care will be sent to a 32-bed hospital adjoining ths classification cenler. Asks For Relief NEW YORK (AP) -- A lawyer for Bobby Fisher has asked to be relieved of a $3.2 million damage suit against the chess champion, saying Fisher has shown no interest in the case. Attorney Peter Marshall described Fisher as "unresponsive, uncooperative and inaccessible." The suit, filed prcmc Court in State Su- Manhattan, charges Fisher reneged on an. agreement for filming and videotaping of his 1972 championship match against Russian Boris Spassky in Iceland. HERE IT IS! 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