Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 12, 1974 · Page 6
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 12, 1974
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Planning Body Drafts Policy For Hwy. 265 Development Washington County, however, wants more time to study all the possibilities contained in the statement before acting on the measure. In other action, the commission: --Approved the preliminary plat of a proposed subdivision on Joe Fred Starr Road, south of Hwy. 45, subject to minor adjustments. --Tabled a request that an amendment be made in the city's Major Street Plan to remove a proposed minor arter ial street which would cross property owned by Bob Mayes, 2190 N. Garland Ave. The request was tabled pending talks with University of Arkan- --Approved the use of off-site parking for a proposed addition to the Mcllroy Bank building City ordinance requires 152 parking spaces fo ran addition A draft policy statement) . concerning development along Hwy. 265 from Fayetteville to - Springdale was recommended ' for approval by the Fayetteville Planning Commission Tuesday ,' afternoon and will be presented , to the city's Board of Directors : July 2. The policy statement, which covers Hwy. 265 between Hwy. 16 in Fayetteville to Hwy. 68 in Springdate, was prepared by · t h e Northwest Arkansas ' Regional Planning Commission '; (NWARPC) and is to be con. sidered and revised, if needed, by the Planning Commissions * of Fayetteville, Springdale and " Washington County. .'. Following this, the statement sas officials. ' will presumably be approved and adopted by the Fayetteville ". Board of Directors, the Spring. dale City Council and by Wash',. ington County. The statement points out that of this size and .. with pending improvements accommodated. ,. along the route (planned for the near future b yhe state High- way Department), increased '. pressure for changes in land .' use patterns will develop, hence ^ the need for the policy state".'. menl. PRESERVE BEAUTY '.; The statement reads "it is the . intent of this policy to preserve ·,,. the natural beauty and charac- , ter of this area, guide development to insure the efficient movement of people and the safest possible access to the ' highway and guide land use decisions lo provide the most harmonious and efficient future environment." To accomplish this goal, six policies are set out in the state- plans for the area. 1. Development in keeping with the official locally adopted pans for the area. 2. Residential access to the highway controlled through design by encouragin gback-up design by encouraging back-up or side-in lots in all subdivisions adjacent to the highway. ;i. Street cuts to the highway . restricted to . a minimum spacing of a quarter mile. 4. Discouraging direct access .. to the -highway except for con... tlnuation of existing driveways ;. serving adjacent land use. 5. Commercial development to he allowed only at major street intersections. 6. The .six planning bodies .'" involved in the policy statement are to coordinate with adjacent jurisdictions on any proposals Girl Snatched From. Gunman. NorthwM* Arkamoi TIMES, W*d., June 12, 1974 MYrrrrviLLc, NEW YORK (AP) - A year-old girl was yanked of this size and only 39 can be iccommodated. The ordinance also states that off-site parking may be used, with commission approval, if such parking is within 100 yards of the building. The proposed addition wouk be located at the corner of Cen ter Street and East Avenue and would include the present bank entrance on the square as we! as the old Boston Store on the corner. SWEF.TBRIAR ADDITION --Approved the final plat o the Sweetbriar Addition on Ok Missouri Road as well as a supplement to the.plat. --Deferred action request by Taylor Engineering Co. asking the city to waiv its subdivision jurisdiction fo a parcel of property locate partially inside the city' planning area. - Deferred a request by Dr J. B. Hays and Johnie Basset for approval of a propose* access onto Hwy. 71. -- A p p r o v e d a requeste change in non-conforming us 'rom an auto parts store to f u r n i t u r e store at 2275 S. Schoo Ave. safety today from the Queens housing project apartment where she had beer, held hostage with her father since late Monday. Her father was found dead, his chest ounctured by a bullet. The gunman had allowed her to open the apartment door to retrieve food set in the hall by a special police hostage team and had kept a revolver trained on her. Detective Lt. Frank A. Bolz Jr. handed her a cup of hot cof- fet for the gunman. Then with one hand he offered a glass of a soft drink. As she reached for it, he grabbed her with the other hand and left the former convict and mental patient without a hostage. A medical examiner was en route to the building to exam ine the body of the girl's father Fred Kinsler, 34, whose motion less form had been spotted on the floor since Tuesday. Several hundred neighbors leered as the girl was taken which will have an effect on another jurisdiction. FIRST ACTION T h e Fayetteville Planning Commission is the first to take action on the matter by proving the statement. ap- Springdale Burglary SPRINGDALE -- Change an a key to a truck were stole in the Monday night burglar of the Ted Saum Lumbe Company, 410 E. Huntsvill Avenue. Entry was gained by hreakin window glass, police said About $15 in quarters was take from a can in the office. Th truck key was taken from th cash register. Police found soft drink . vending machir pried open. Approximately $ was taken from it. o an ambulance. She appeared lo he unharmed. In bullet-proof vests and carrying rifles and shotguns, the police said they told the gunman, Floyd Steele, 66, to "take 't easy." STEELE SURRENDERS With a shotgun trainen on him, Steele surrendered. The drama ended shortly after 9 a.m. The girl's aunt, Margaret Williams, was taken to the heavily guarded apartment shortly before 5 a.m. after the gunman told police he would release his young captive in the woman's custody. Sgt, Kenneth Kelly said that when Mrs. Williams asked the gunman to give her the girl, he replied: "No 1 won't. Come back tomorrow. The child is staying with me." Shortly after Steele turned away the aunt, a police officer sneaked into the apartmenl through the front door but the gunman spotted him and ordered him to leave, police said Unable to exit the way he came in, the officer was lowered out a rear window by ropes se- :ured from the floor above, po- ice said. Steele, paroled last year after erving a prison term for manslaughter in the death of a girl- riend, had been a lodger for the past six weeks with Fred and Peggy Kinsler. Police said he pulled a on the Kinslers and the Avril after an argument. Kinsler, 32, later escaped a gun e girl, . Mrs. by molting bedsheets into a rope, jut injured her hip when she jumped 15 feet from the bottom of the rope. Three shots were heard side the third floor apartment after the family was taken captive. One move to storm the apartment was called off after the gunman threatened to kill his captives. At various times during the day, appeals to Steele to end the siege peacefully were made by a minister, a Housing Au thority policeman, a detective with a psychology degree and Steele 1 s parole officer. Deliveries of cigarettes, beer ice cream and orange juice were made to the apartment. Police said Steele has a record of 14 arrests since 1936 and has served time in Matlca wan Hospital for the Criminallj Insane. The quarrel stemmec rom advances by Steele toward Mrs. Kinsler, police said. To B« Sentenced LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Dino Martin, son of entertainer Dean Martin, is scheduled to be sentenced July 1 after entering a surprise guilty plea to violating federal firearms laws. As his trial in U.S. District Court was about to begin Tucs day, Martin, 22, pleaded guilty to illegal possession of seven machine guns and a 14-foot-long antitank gun, a crime which carries a maximum sentence o 10 years in prison and a $10.001 fine. He previously had pleaded innocent, telling reporters he collected the guns as a hobby. Martin, a premed student a UCLA, was arrested at his Be verly Hills home Jan. 16 and accused of selling two machim guns to antundercover agent. Unreasonably Cool Air Chills Central Stales By THE ASSOCIATE!) PRESS A record late spring chill rlroppecl temperatures into the IOs lodav from the central Plains to the Great Lakes. The mercury dinned lo 48 decrees before daybreak at Omaha. Neb., to tie a 100-vear- old record for June 12. Readings ranged down lo the low 50s as far south as the Ohio Valley ind the middle Mississippi Valley. Part of the same cold air system triggered thimdcrshowers in a hand from Tennessee to Southwest Texas. A few thundershowers also sprinkler! Lower Michigan, southern Florida and southeastern Colorado. A thunderstorm with accom paiiying high winds struck the Arkansas community of Butlerville shortly after midnight. A house trailer was overturned, causing minor injuries. 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