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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 18, 1974
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Said Close-Knit, Unassuming Final Hours Of Slain Family Investigated PARK RIDGE. (AP) Authorities are trying lo piece together the final hours of a family neighbors described as close-knit, quiet and unassuming before death entered a neat suburban home. Raymond A. Fuchs, 49, a purchasing agent for a small electronics manufacturer; his wife Ruth. 48; their daughter. Linda. H and son Scott, 16. were found slain Monday in the base-Determined the cau^ of __lhc '" ' " -···-'-· · merit of their brick ranch-slyle house in this well-to-do suburb northwest of Chicago. A tilth, badly burned body tound in the kitchen of the home by firemen called to extinguish a blaze matched the description of the family's eldest son, Jeffrey, 18, but re- maincd unidentified. iFremen said they had not HEW Announces Rules On Sex Discrimination -- The Venable Named To Farm Bureau Post WASHINGTON (AP) U.S. Department o! Health Education and Welfare an nounced today controversia rules prohibiting sex dis crimination in the nation', schools, from through college. Authorized by a two-year-old federal law, the proposed regulations are designed to assure equal treatment for females in admissions, athletics, housing, financial assistance, extracurricular activities and employment. They would require coeduca- t i o n a 1 physical education classes and outlaw different dormitory curfews for girls, as well as most single-sex scholarships. Skirting two of the most sensitive issues, however. HEW said the rules would not jeopardize major, revenue producing college sports such as football and would not attempt to deal with the problem of sexism in textbooks. Institutions found in violation could iose their federal aid or be sued by the Justice Depart ment. The regulations, promised to Congress more than a ye; ago. are open for public com mcnt until Oct. 15. A HEW official said they probably wouk not be enforced to any grea extent this coming school year but instead would serve as gen eral guidelines. HEW said (he regulations in final form and any changes wil need to be approved by til President. Bill Venable of Lincoln has been named to the Poultry Advisory Committee of American Farm Bureau. Venable, member of the board of the state Farm Bureau and chairman of its Poultry Division, was appointed by the pre sident of the national Farm Bureau William J. Kunhfuss of kindergarten Chicago. The panels serve as advisoi! the organization's board o .ireclors on national affairs, fleeting producers of specific -ommodities. He was one of four Arkansans elected. Others and their assignment! re: Nicky Hargrove of Stutt gart. rice: Dan Miller of Man anna, cotton and Andrew Whi lenhunt of Bradley, soybeans. All arc members of thi joard of Arkansas Farm bureau. Consumer Settlemen LITTLE; HOCK (AP) -- Atty len. Jim Guy Tucker sai Monday that the Resort Hote Association of Jacksonville Fla., has agreed to make re funds to consumers damage the associations' failure perform as promised in a vac, :ion contest. The agreement with Reso was reached after Tucker file suit April 10 alleging violati of the Arkansas Consumer Pr Section Act. The suit said that the assoc ation misled consumers i year-long promotion ending la January. Many consume complained that the assoc ation, promising a free vac tion. used an $18 fee as chaq for the vacation. ·c, but H fire official said it ay have started to cover up e slayings. "It could be the body in the tchen is also the person who arted the fire," said Anthony iaraffa, deputy coroner of ook County. "We definitely ave a homicide in regard to e persons in the basement," Fire Chief Norman Brown id the blaze apparently start- I in the basement, where gas nd oil cans also were found, e said. Nevertheless, Northwest Arkansas T1MB, Toe*., JVM It, 1*74 A H K A M U 1 Special Legislative Session May Be Called . . _ . Sciaraffa said one of the bodies found in the asement appeared to have een burned. The body of Mrs. Fuchs was tund with her hands bound to wash tub. said Sciaraffa. inda's body lay next to her [other's. The mother suffered a wound ear the head and the daughter eceived two wounds on either ide of the head. Sciaraffa did Ark Best Corp 8V'« Amer Tel Tel 46V4 Ark La Gas 19'A Baldwin 1" Campbell Soup 29V'» Central S W HV4 Chrysler IBTM Del Monte 19 Dillards H Easco ?« A G Edwards Emerson · Exxon Ford Frontier Air Gen Growth ··- Gen Mtrs Gordon Jewelry 8 Intl Harv 25% I-T-E Imperial 13% J C Penney 76% Lev! Strauss 14^4 . . . 4 0 72% 52% . . . 6 15Vi 50% LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Gov. Dale Bumpers said Monday that he honed to issue a call to.' a special legislative session Wednesday. Included in the call for the session, which will begin next Monday, are proposals to raise the pay of state employes, pua- lie school teachers and college instructors. Those Hems would cost about $15.8 million, including $12.8 million in state general reve would amount lo about »10 mil-,million to $18 million for con Ling Tcmco Marco-r 10% 28 nucs. Bumpers said the raises would keep the employes abreast of the cost of living, which is rising at a rate of 10 or 11 per cent this year. The governor also said supplemental appropriations for state construction projects lion or $11 million. These items would bring to more than $55 million the proposed outlay for the session. Bumpers talked with newsmen at the Little Rock airport as he prepared to leave for Washington. He said he be lieved the salary increases could be given without jeopard izing the "fiscal integrity" of the state. He said he would ask the legislature to appropriate about 55 million for public school teacher salary boosts. This would yield an average increase of about $250. ot describe the wounds. A bloodied kitchen knife Pan Am World Air 3'/a Phillips Petro 52'A Pizza Corp 1H« Pizza Hut 22 Ralston 45Vi Safeway ...· 38% Sears 81 '/ Scott Paper 15 Shapespeare 6'-4 r hich could have been used as weapon was found nearby. Sciaraffa said. Scott's body was found in an- ither part of the basement. His lands were tied behind his back with a rope running around his neck. Sciaraffa said, ·"uchs was found near ·ounger son. He was not bound. «Jeilher showed any wounds. Sciaraffa said. Sou Pac Texaco Tri State Mtrs Union Carbide v United Air Victor Wai Mart. Ark West Gas 1314-K Kearney Natl 5%-fiW Minute Man Mi-2'/s 25% . 8% 40% 28% . 7'/z . 20 (struction projects, mainly at the University of Arkansas Medical Cenler at Little Rock. Funds for construction appro priations would be drawn from the state general revenue sur plus. The legislature will be asked to appropriate a Mat $3.5 mil lion to raise the pay of college faculty members. Bumpers also said he would ask the legislature to increase the appropriation for mainte nance and operation of publi schools bv $1.750.000. This, coupled with a $70 increase in local Instant Job W H I T E S U L P H U R SPRINGS. W. Va. (AP) - "I happen to be the nation's fir* instant vice president." Mid Gerald R, ford in telling the G r o c e r y ManufactureTM 0* America on Monday of «n affin- for the makers of instant coffee, instant tea and instao* oatmeal. "1 only hope that I prove t» be as pure, as digestible and i consumers who chance to shop appetizing to did not have a around for other brands of vio» president when I was put on the market," he added. All the bodies iwere wrapped i bedding or blankets. Sciaraffa said. Cause of the deaths was under investigation. Brown said he believed the victims had been dead for at least 24 hours before they were found by firemen about 11 a.m. Jeffrey was graduated from high school on Thursday but did not attend the commencement exercises. Acting Police Chief Henry Olesky said neighbors told him they 'last saw members of the family on Saturday. Neighbors and friends of the children said the family was well-liked, although they kept to themselves. Each of the children played in the band at Maine East High School rolled Pioneer Foods H K Porter . . Std Hegis .. Tyson Foods Yellow Frt 3HS-32-T, 14VS-15W 51-SM Averages Inds down Trans down Utils down Volume .78 .IB .35 2 mil 740 July Commodity Openings corn Nov soybeans Sept eggs July July pork bellies wheat . . . . 2.83 5.49 ., 46.20 33.20 4.11 Kalmbach To Begin Sentence July 1 WASH1NGTO N(AP) -- Herbert W. Kalmbaeh. President Nixon's personal attorney for four years, will begin serving a prison sentence of at least six months July 1. The 15th Watergate figure to go to jail, Kalmbach was sentenced on federal charges Monday, the second anniversary a'. the June 17. 1972. Watergate break-in. Kalmbach, 52, pleaded guilty Feb. 25 to a felony and a misdemeanor for violating federal campaign laws during the 1970 congressional elections. In return for his plea and a willingness to testify in court, the special Watergate prosecutor agreed not to prosecute Kalmbach on his admitted role in raising $220,000 for the original Watergate defendants and in other related political activi- District Court Judge normal support and a $531 increase teachers are due to get from the state this fall, would result in a total increase of about $900. He said he believed state em ploye salaries could be raised about 5.5 per cent at a cost of about $5.7 million, including $2.7 million from general reve nues. State employes are due to receive another 5 per cent increase in the next fiscal year. Forty items announced pre viously by the governor for the session would cost more than $32 million. That includes $16 where they were en- and the parents were members of the school's Music Boosters Board. Convicted DETROIT (AP) -- A 52-year- old man has been convicted in federal court of attempting to extort $11 million from auto heir and Detroit Lions owner William Clay Ford. Otto V. Lu danyi of suburban Sterling Heights faces a possible sen tence of up to 20 years and a $5.000 fine. Dl Stock-Up Savings From One Of Our Better Makers! Orig. $2 Pr. Antron III Nylon Briefs--Size* 5 to 7 ties, U.S. John J, Sirica sentenced him to six to 18 months on the felony a concurrent six the misdemeanor count and months for plus a fine of $10,000. The maximum sentence Kalmbach could have received was two years in prison and a $10,000 fine. He is to report in two weeks to a federal minimum security prison, most likely the prison Joins Children JERUSALEM (AP) -- Pa Nixon, vetoing Israeli security agents attempts to shoo aw^y excited youngsters, joined o: Monday a circle of school chil dren who waved America t flags and shouted "Nixon" an( "shalom," The First Lady was out sighj seeing on the last day of Presi dent Nixon's visit to Israe when she stopped at Kibbut Qiryat Anavim in the Judea Hills seven miles west of here She said it was her first visit t kibbutz, a communal farm settlement. farm at Lompoc, Calif. EVEREST JENNINGS WHEELCHAIRS FOtOS TO 20" HENTAU » 3ALU Fvcuevllle Draf E.«ld» Stuart 44Z-7MJ Rent a New Piano On Our Rent-or-Buy Plan For Beg'nner Student New Pianos $760.00 Mason Hamlin Wurlitzet Knob* Fischer Wurl'rtzer O/flans Rents for $15 Monthly Rent op to til month*. H yon decide lo bar. we will make full allowance charge on the purchase price. 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