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Thursday, June 20, 1974
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Norrhwwt Arkcmsot TIMES, Thurv, June 20, 1974 r»YlTT«VILLt, AHKAN1A1 Jailed Radio Manager Won't Release Letters To The FBI LOS A N G E L E S (AP) -- "I'm not a martyr," says a jailed radio executive who lo go behind rattier t h a n t u r n over to Ihe FBI a Symbionese Liberation A r m y tape and a letter from the radical Weather Underground. -Will Lewis, general manager of KPFK-FM, said he will change his mind if directors of ih Pacifica Foundation--(he nonprofit corporation which owns KPFK and three other stations--advise him lo lurn over the material. fCONTtNTTED FROM PAGE ONI) Renewal will greatly increase · jx rtvcmies. saying. "T h e revitalizing of the Downtown oipea will rebuild the tax structure." iHc also pointed out it must be remembered the post office building and site has to serve a* public use and cannot be turned into a private business enterprise. · In answer to a query from the audience. Whillock said lhat if bids are lei for the Square project the contractor will he instructed to hold demolition of the post office building until last. OTHER BUSINESS 'The commissioners also: --Approved revision of the Disposition value of the Adams property on Block Avenue. The change will retain the old flower shop building. The accepted appraisal value $10,500. ,The property was acquired by Urban Renewal in two tracts at $33.000. The site included space tor a right-of-way. The disposition value had originally been set at $12,000 lo $13,HO for the 26 foot frontage on Block Avenue based on raw land. Robert Dugart, executive director, said it would take a p p r o x i m a t e l y $8,000 to renovate the existing building. --Adopted a $1,000 monthly rental agreement with tenants in the post office building. Ordi narily the rental price woulc be 10 per cent of the cost ol the building but General Service Administration, which rents the structure, balked al the figure of $2.354. The present rental is based on the cost of interest on the money which, at 5.14 per cent interest, amounts lo $12,096 annually. PAYMENT DELAYED* Du g a n explained thai payment for concrete work hat been hold up on the repiar o! streets and sewers because ol an overrun of concrete on. the job. He said the contract hac been lei prior to an ordinance passed by the city which requires backfilling with gran ular fill and a concrete base. The specifications were mei and Dugan said the contractor will be paid for the additiona 3,200 square yards of concrete al $13.70 per yard or $38,000. He also explained that delays were experienced in the demolition project when the c o n t r a c t o r discovered tha Ward's Ice Cream plant h a s three separate concrete floors and foundations with six foo concrete pillars. U.S. District Court Judge A. Andrew Itauk ruled Lewis in ontcmpt of court Wednesday f t c r the 42-year-old station lanagcr refused to release the ape and letter and also refused ·) answer a grand jury's ques- ons. Lter, dressed in jail blue de- ims but appearing in good pints, Lewis said in a jail ousc interview, "I'm doing his wtih the knowledge lhat 'm carrying out the wishes ol ic staff and national board of ie Pacifica Foundation," FOUNDATION POLICY "It's a policy ol the Pacifica 'oundatiqn not to do a n y t h i n g ml will inhibit the free Flow ol nformation," Lewis said. "It's Become a policy not U turn ver the original documents," Lewis said he is prepared to lay in jail until his appeal has un its course, if that is whal ' directors want him to o. It Ihe appeal fails, he said probably will comply with ho court's order. Ilauk said Lewis would be ield "until he answers the juestions ns per my order.' Jnder are cent U.S. Supreme ourt ruling, Lewis can only be mprisoned as long as the rand j u r y is impaneled. Tha vould be until September ir his case, unless the panel's erm is extended an additiona" ·ear. KPFA received a June 7 tape ccording from the SLA which carried the voices of SLA fugi ives Patricia Hearst and Wil iam and Emily Harris. The let er signed by the Weather Un der ground claimed responsi jjlity for the May 31 bombini of state Atly. Gen. Evel.e J Younger's headquarters in Lo: Angeles, in sympathy for thi ~ L A . The FBI in Los Angeles i seeking the KPFK tape and let .er to try to determine thci origin. The station already ha. provided copies of the material ut. the FBI w a n t s the origi nals. Pickup Is Stolen, Auto Recovered . Fayelteville police received ; report of a stolen pickup thi m o r n i n g and. while i n yestigating Ihe Ihefl. recovereb a car which had been stolen ^arlier in Mountainburg. - The stolen pickup is ownei by James S. Jackson of 1 Montgomery SI. and was stolen from his driveway between and 7 a.m. this mornins, - While investigating the the/ of Jackson's pickup, Patrolmai Harold Flowers recovered a re 196B Chevrolet, reported stole at 3:25 a.m. this morning from Betty Warren of Mountainburg The car was found parse- about one block from th Jackson home. - Flowers said it apncared th thief abandoned the Warren ca and took Jackson's pickup. ' Bailey Graduates ' Leonard Bailey of Johnson i one of 107 students graduatin from the Petit Jean Vocations School. Bailey is graluating from th basic diese! mechanics course. The graduation exercises ar scheduled at 8 p.m. June 28. 1*0 a* /Te- Art. T PnttUbed dallj aa6 SOfidar Jaimary 1, 7vij second ?.aiv PofUjv Paid It FajettrrilX ait. 3%e Jknotfaterl Pmi II estltied rs- eltisfrelr to £« me for repnbllo* tin of tU local cent prizted h rh!a MirApBper V w*U at all AP »*^n dlspatchei. Bcncnrno* turn ·BKtln October 1. 197 Per raooth by mn-ier Kc2 oopr daily Lte. ftmday t mx · noe 1 TEAK -cur B . I Ml . u.ra 1 moon* · mor.O» I fault . UA (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONI .Villiam Neal Reynolds Dis t i n g u l s h e d Professor i i Agricultural Economics, he wa appointed head of the Depart merit of Agricultural Economic Tt North Carolina Slate in 195 and as director of the in solution's Agricultural Polic Institute in 1060. H c served as visilin professor at t h e University o Virginia's Graduate School o Business Administration f r o m 1961 until 1963. He was name head of the Department c Economics at* North Carolin Slate in 1965. His appoinhnen as vice president at Ih Universily oif N o r t h Carolin, came in 1966. MANY ASSIGNMENTS Bishop's numerous assign nienls for the federal govern men! and nationally base organizalions have include those to the National Committe or. Agricultural Policy, th Council on Federal Relations o the Association of America U n i v e r s i t i e s , a n d t h Agricultural Commiftec} of fh National Planning Association. Presidents Kennedy. Johnso and Nixon utilized his service in various capacities- as member of the Task Force o Vocational Education untie Kennedy, as executive directo of the President's Nation, Advisory Commission on Rur. Poverty u n d e r Johnson, and a a current member of Preside Nixon's Food Advisory Counc- In North Carolina, Bisho served on the Governor C o u n c i l for Economic IX velopmcnt. as chairman (he Task Force Study i E c o n o m i c Developmenl North Carolina, as a memb of the Advisory Committee the Coastal P l a i n s Region,, Commission a n d as a membe of Ihe Slate Interinstitution Cooperation Committee and i State Science Advisor to th Governor. Bishop is married to tV former Dorothy Anderkin of M Vernon. Ky.. and they h a v three children, Susan Am Mary Catherine and Charli Edwin Jr. Jurors Chosen Washington Circuit Judg Maupin Cummings and dep in the Circuit Clerk's olfic drew 200 names from the jur wheel this morning to serve a petit jurors during the J\s. term of court. Some of those persons chose will be called to appear in cour July 1 for instruction. No prospective grand juro. were to be chosen for this terrr Tilley Robert L. Tilley. 28. , Decalur. pleaded innocent Wc-c nesday in Washington Circu Court on a charge of obtainin personal property by fals pretenses. Trial was set for Aug. 1 Tilley was charged in April o this year. ^~^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ People Helping People UM M.M Dirwton of Fvnwal Servk* Service*: MVIH, Mn. MlMfe -- rri day, 2:09 p.m. Chap«l ot Nel- »on'i Funeraj Home. Rev. Gaylord Hamilton officiating. Irv trement. FarmiAtfon Ome- County Gets Grant To Hire New Employes W a s h i n g t o n County will bo irinj! five or six new employes lis s u m m e r , t h a n k s to a U.S. ahor D e p a r t m e n t grant of 29.000. County officials were notified f the grant approval Wed- osday from the Labor Depart nenL office in Dallas, Tex. The money was authorized ruler the Emergency Em- loymcnt Act administrated by he Labor Department. First riorily will go to velcnms, ith second priority lo low ncome persons. County Judge Vol Lester said lat additional people w i l l robably go on the county road rews. The county applied for the untls six to seven months a_ nd has applied for additional unds. which might range up o another 335,000. Employment will begin Juiic 7 and the program is expec'.cc o last at least through March MRS. LKVETA MASSEY Mrs. Levetta Ramsey Massey, 1. of Kayetteville. died Wed- csday in a local hospital. Born uly 23. 1000 in Fayetlcville. the aughler of John C. and Delia cnsley Ramsey she was a etired teacher, government mploye and nurse; a Methodist nd a member of the Order f F'.astern Star. Survivors are the husband ames !. Massey of the home nd three sisters. Miss Grace V. Ramsey, Miss Faye Ramsey nd Mrs. Wayne Decker all of 'aycUeville. Funeral service will be at 2 '.in. Friday at Central United lelhociist Church with burial in 'airview Memorial Gardens with Order of Eastern Star raveside rites. Arrangements vcre by Moore's Chapel. I 1975. The funds were elected counties in 'f Arkansas and to lovernment. given to the state Ihe state Radio Amateurs Plan Field Day The annual field day spon- ored by Amateur Radio Operators will be held this weekend at Mount Gayler. Local a m a t e u r radio iperators will participate in the emergency communications preparedness tost sponsored by he American Radio Relay League. Hundreds of clubs ant housands of individuals in the Uniled States and Canada wil involved in field day, ac cording to Bob Rursh and Garj 3Iake, presidents of the loca maleur radio clubs. Field day provides an oppor :unily lo t e s t equipmcnl far "rom commercial sources c power. ' The skills learne during this exercise are Vila vhen normal channels o communicalion are disruptec and radio operalors become Ihe communily's sole link wilh thi outside the officials said. Two complete radio stations powered by a gasoline driven generator, will be set up. Thi operators will attempt to contact as many other field day arlicipanls as possible durini he 24 hour period from 1 p.m Saturday to 1 p.m. Sunday Scores will be determined in he competitive exercise .... results showing club standing will be published at a late date. Amateur radio is a publi service and visitors ar welcome at the site, opposit Burns Gable on Hwy. 71 Members will be on hand answer questions, demonstrat equipment and explain how th club coordinates its efforts wit those of Ihe Red Cross, Civ Defense, police and othe relief organizations. New Siloam Stadium Nears Completion SILOAM SPRINGS -- Glen W. Black, superintendent Siloam Springs Schools, sai this week the new football sla dium is aboul 75 per cen complcle. The new stadium is bein constructed on land adjacent t the new high school. The stadium seats have bee erected and t h e press boxe completed. Work is now unde way on the locker rooms unde neath the stadium seats. , Black said there were 3.8IH1 seats erected on the east side and 1,600 seats for visitors o n , the west side of the field. The I new stadium represents an outlay of about $200,000. Black said.' Obituary WILLIAM MCCLELLAND William Earl McClelland, 73, Route 2, Fayetteville, died Vednesday al his home. Born an. 13, 1901 in Washington County, the son ot William T. nd EUen Chance McClelland. ie was a retired employe of he University of Arkansas. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. .largaret Elizabeth DeWoody McClelland of the home; one tep-son, Robert B. Bradley of pringdale; one daughter, Mrs. larold Harmon of Springdale; me brolher. Everett of Prairie :!rpve; two sislers, Mrs. Nellie 'hillips of Prairie Grove and \Irs. Alia DeBore of Fayette- 'iile and seven grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 10 a.m. Friday at Moore's Chapel w i t h burial in Stuckey Cemetery. MRS. ESTHER OSBOURN Siloam Springs -- Mrs. islher Jones Osbourn, 74, of Drumright, Okla., died Wed- icsday in the Drumrigyil lospital. Born Feb. 28, 1900 in S'orthwest Arkansas, she was a member of the Christian Ihurch. Survivors are one daughter Mrs. Marie Johnson of Virginia Minn.; one son, Murl Jones of Tulsa; one step-daughter Mrs Lillian Umberham of Drumright; three brothers, O. C. and J. E. Brink of Elkins and Jack Brink of Marysville. Calif.; one sister, Mrs. Irene Falvo ol Danbury, Conn.; 11 grand- :hildren and nine great- grandchildren. Funeral service will be at H a.m. Friday at the Kansas Okla. First Baptist Church with burial in the K a n s a s Cemetery under direction of Wasson Funeral Home. JAMES T. HANNAH James Taylor Hannah, 60, of Fayetteville, died Wednesday in local hospital. Born March 21. 1914 at Prairie Grove, t h e son of Jim B. and Vera Taylor Hannah, he served as a Fav etteville policeman prior to 1938 when he joined the Arkansas State Police. After retiremenl from the ASP in 1950, he joined the Mcllroy Bank where he was employed at the time ol his death. He was 8 Methodist and a member of the Elks Club. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. reda Hannah of the home: e son, Jamea T. of San Fran- .co, Calif, and one sister, rs. Peter Estes of Fayette Ie. Funeral services were hek is morning at Moore's Chape ith burial in Prairie Grove emetery. OR A W. BE LI, Rogers -- Ora W. Bell Sr. of Rogers, died Tuesday in e Rogers hospital. Born Sept. . 1916 in Jennings, La. he was veteran of World War II ant i employe of the Corps ol ngineers. Survivors are the widow, Mrs azel Kerr Bell of the home; ree sons, Ora Jr. and Warren Rogers and Herbie Wayne Clinton: one daughter, Mrs lizabeth Coffman of Quantico a.; two brothers, Theodore nd Lloyd of Rogers and foui randchildren. Funeral service will be at H m. Saturday at Callison Fu eral Chapel with burial i akley's Chapel Cemetery. MRS. GRACF, NEAL Hunl.sville -- Mrs. G r a c lair Neal, 90. of Huntsville led Tuesday in a Huntsvill ursing home. Born Sept. 17 883 in Drakes Creek, th aughter of Charles R. ant [arguerife E. Drake Sharp, sh 'as a Baptist. Survivors are three sons larence R. and Robert J. o pringdale and Olen G. of Sai iego, Calif.; one sister, Mrs 3. Pearcy of Enterprise tan; three grandchildren am our great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 1 ,m. Saturday at Brashear hape] with burial in Wesle emetery. Winslow Boosters Sponsor Musical WINSLOW be sponsored --A musical will by the Winslow Ciub al 7:30 p. in. Subpoenas Issued In City Lawsuit Fayetteville City Manager Don Grimes and comptroller Pat Tobin have been orderec to appear in Washington C h a n c e r y Court Tuesday morning in connection with the trial of a lawsuit pending against the city. The two wen served with subpoenas Wed nesday afternoon. The suit, brought by T. C carlson Jr., John Mahaffey Richard M. Mayes and Annellen M. Buche. alleges wrongdoing by the city in several area, including water rates, sani tation rates, voluntary taxes and parking meters, among olher things. As originally filed the sui dealt with allegations \5 year prior to the initiation of the sui but was amended on April 30 1974 to include only that perio of time during which the citj has been under the cit; manager form of government (The city manager form began on J a n . 1. 1966. Prior to tha time, the mayor-council form was in operation.) Grimes told the TIMES thi: morning that "in my opinion one of the basic purposeso the lawsuit is an attempt t discredit this form o[ govern ment. I think this becami obvious w'hen the suit wa amended." Negotiations have been un denvay since the original sui was filed in an effort to settl the suit out of court. Severa months ago. attorneys fo Carlson, offered a proposec settlement which was turne down by the Board of Directors Except for one member, Mrs T. C. Carlson, wife of o n e o the instigators of the suit the board felt lhat the propose selllemenl was unfair. Booster Saturday in the high school cafetorium. The musical is held ,,., alternate Saturday nights and DjHJnfl Clllh Will gospel groups, country western «"""S ·'»" "'" musicfanfa^in'S « ty"TM HOTO SIlOW cipate .M 16 Northwest Arkansa Refreshments are served and S^CIut, wjUJiave a hors there is a small admission charge. Driver Injured Charles W. Brndshaw. 20, of 12-13 Bailey drive, was in satisfactory condition at Washington Regional Medical Center today afte_r being injured in a two car accident Wednesday night al Ihe inlersection of College Avenue and Villa Boulevard. Fayetleville police said Brad shaw was injured when his car struck Ihe rear of another car. driven by Morman E. Deskin Jr.. 20. of 131 S. Hil! Ave. Deskin told police lhat he was Iraveling north on College Avenue in the inside lane when he slowed for a car which was partially in the left turn lane and partially in the inside lane m a k i n g a left t u r n . The driver of the car mak ; ns the left turn was identified as Leilani Hill of 1212 S. Dunn Ave. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! If yon cannot reich yoor TIMES carrier PHONE MZ4Z42 Daily 5 to 6:30 p.m. Satunuy 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 i.o. show at the riding club aren located next to the Washingto County Fairgrounds at 1 p.m Sunday. H a l t e r a n d performanc classes for both gailed an western type horses are sched uled. There will also be a hac pleasure class for any breed o horse (o be shown at a walk (rot and canter under Englis tack. First place trophies will be given with ribbons for secon through sixth place. The shoi is point approved by ANWARC Admission (o the show is free /md there will be a concessio stand on the grounds. Fo further information phone 442 6763 or H2-8542. HEAVEN ONLY KNOWS where a young couple can g good used furniture . . . here' the secret! They'll buy thos nice things you don't use aji more ... if you tell the through a Northwest Arkansa TIMES Want Ad. Call 442-6Z4 to place ymrr ad now . . young eoupte is waiting! AKC RJKTSTEREO German pjppres, *ix weHa rtd. owrtned shots, makt 150. femalei WO. Phon xxv-.txrx. Wnether you are buying or Ml! ing, the Classified Ad* are the place to get the fart resolU you want.- NORTHWEST ARKASAS TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS Siloam Hospital Increases Rales SILOAM SPRINGS -- R a l e creases have gone into effect Siloam Springs Memorial os pit a I. The rate for a snrni-private om increased from $37 per ay lo $42 per day and private 6ms from $41 to $46 per day. Officials said the need for crease in rates was brought out by several outside forces. ie restraint placed by wage nd price controls left u n u s u a l sses which must be recouped. Compliance with the most cent minimum wage law wiV dd approximately $85,000. to xnenses this fiscal year. These factors p l u s the con- nuEng rise in inflation created ie need for substantial rate .creases just to cover the ospital's cost, officials said. Applicaiions Taken For Teacher Aides The Economic Opportunity gency of Washington county accepting applications for .eacher aide at the Fayelteville "lead Start Day Care Center. Parents whose children are nrolleri in Head Start are ncouraged to apply. Salary for he position is $4.160 per year. Individuals interested in ap- lying may contact Christine hildress, Fayetteville Center director, at the center, locatec n the Veteran's Administration ospital grounds, or by calling 21-1230. Farmington Jaycees Plan Two Events The Jaycees and Jayceltes of Fartnington are sponsoring iv;o projecls this weekend for the icncfit ot the Farmington Pork f u n d . The first is a car wash on a t u r d a y to be held under llio sign at the Northwest Arkansas Plaza from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. The second event will be : bass fishing tournament lo lie held all day Sunday on Beaver Lake at Prairie Marina. Entrance fees will be $25 and all fishermen are welcome, in eluding women. This will be one of Ihe few lournaments held in this area in which women are nvited to participate. 4-H Horse Club Set The Washington County 4-H Horse Club will sponsor a play day at the Washington County fairgrounds Saturday from 2 lo 5 p.m. A brief. period,of. instruction vill be followed by speed events mi games on horseback. AH persons between Ihe ages -[ 9 to 19 who are interested horses are invited to attend, ·'iii'thcr information may be iblained bv calling Mark lanna, 442-2775. Retired Officers To Meet Friday Members of the Northwes A r k a n s a s Retired Officers Group will elect officers at tht organization's June 21 meeting at 6:30 p.m. at Wyalt's Cafeteria. C a n d i d a t e s , selected b: c o m m i t t e e , are President Capt. Fred W. O'Baugh; firs vice president. Lt. Col. Porter Stone; second vice president U. Col. W e s Murtishaw; third vice president, Cmdr Darrell Smith; secretary. Col Jay Carpenter and treasurer Col. Bill Russell. Nominated for the board c governors are Lt. Col. M Scale. Col. Charles Kent, Lt Col. Truman Yancey and Cmdr W. F,. Glirtewell. GROUND BEEF At Your Safeway Stores SHOULD HAVE BEEN ADVERT'SED AT 68 Ib. Not 78 Ib. previously advertised NO HAPPY HELLO... .. Jt ever quite equal to the warm we I com* extended to newcomers by the Welcom* Wagon Hostess. Hwr smile may be no txJghtvr, her greeting no more cheerful, but she's made the welcome more a work of art than a mere greeting . . . com* plete with a galaxy of gifts and helpful Information on schools, churches, shops and community facilities. So when a new neighbor moves In, follow up your happy hello with a Welcome Wagon greeting. A Hostess awaits your call at Phone 443-5438 or 442-8111 J WELCOME NEWCOMERS1 5 UM this conp*n t* It! u* . \ know you're h*r*. Ham* , Addrets , City _ I pleaM have th* Wclcom* Wagon HiHtwt call on m*. [ I would like to ibbserib* t* the N..V. Ark. TIMES ( I I alrc»dy .ubMribe to tha TIMES. 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