Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 2, 1974 · Page 13
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 13

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 2, 1974
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Legal Notle«*-- NOTICE: .IN THE PKOBATE COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTTER OF THE ESTATE 0? Eflle Mas Tllton, deceased. No. p-TI-95 La*t iknown address ol decedent: Route J, Farmtngton, Arkansas Date'of-death: May 20, 1974 An Instrument dated February 2S, 1967, was on the ISth day of June, 137f ad- milled (o probate qs the lasl will of Ihe 'above named decedent and the undersigned bos been appointed executor thereunder. A contest of the probate ot the will can be enacted only by filing a petition 'Within, tho lime provided by law. All persona having clatms agatnst the estate must exhibit them, duly verified,, to the undersigned wltnln siK months from the dale o f . ' t h e Hrst publication of Itifs notice, or they shall te forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This · notice ffrat published 25 day ol June. 1974. Lyndon Tilton HI. 1 arc «, i Farmtnglon, Arkansas House Passes Funds To Aid Runaway Youths WASHINGTON (AP) -t The ~ House has passed and sent to the Senate a bill authorizing $480 million to deal with prob lems of Juvenile delinquency Wells Ends 46 Years Behind Bars VACAVILLE, Calif. (AP) Convicts probably dream about what happened to Wesley R. Wells. Once sentenced to death, Wells ended 46 years behind jars Monday by ordering a guard to open a gate. Then he climbed into a chauffeur-driven silver Rolls Royce and was swept grandly away. A Cadillac followed as a backup car. The Rolls, and Cadillac were rented for. the occasion by the Delancy Street Foundation of San Francisco, a self-help organization for drug addicts and ex-prisoners. The foundation had sought for years to get Wells released on parole. California's Adult Authority, which serves as the state DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketcham board, decided last week Wells at age 63 was no and runaway youths. The four-year" measure, ap- '" proved. Monday on a 329-20 vote, would establish a juvenile delinquency prevention agency .Li in the Department of Health, ".'" Education and Welfare. p The House defeated 210-144 liViJ an attempt by Rep. Albert H. Quie, R-Minn., to shift-jurisdiction over the new agency to the j Justice Department's Law Enforcement Assistance Adminis- -'· tration. ,_. In a report backing the legislation, the House Education and Labor Committee said that pre,, viously only about $10, million .''.', i n - H E W funds had been allo- l'~. ! cated to the handling of youth ;.:". crime, although almost half of ,;.. all serious crime In the United ';,:', States is committed- by juve- . niles. The bill would set Up g feder. al aid program to deal \vith ,,,, problems of runaway oiiths and ?·: their.families. '?,- HEw iwoiild be directed to re .i-;; ! port to Congress in a year the .;. : results of a comprehensive sta- . *\ tistical survey "on- the charac 7;.., · teristies of runaway youths and '·i their relationship to 'antisocial behavior." The bill also \Vould give mon- ··. ey to states baged on. their pop- · ulatlon ynder age 18, Witt) a -: minimum of $150,000 per state, «'! -But each state first would -. have to submit a plan fqr de". ,,.i«nn,«nf ,, "advanced techr treatment and role that released to the foundation's custody. Representatives of the Delancy Street Foundation wore red buttons saying "46 Years Is Enough" when they greeted Wells upon his release from the California Medical Center at Vacaville, a state prison about 70 miles northeast of San Fran- THE (DPS TOOK HWlWWf After Posing For Nude Centerfold NoHhwetf Arkartwi TIMES, Tuej., July 2, 1974 FAYETTEVIULE, ARKANSAS Grade School Teacher Fights To Save Job MILWAUKEE, Wis. (AP) --| Barbie Lewandowski, a blonde and shapely grade school teacher's aide, is fighting to save her a cane, the graying CISCO. Using . _ - _ convict walked up to the prison walls. "Hey, man, open that gate," he shouted to a guard. One of the waiting reporters asked the inevitable question: 'How do you feel?" "Don't my expression tell you how I feel?" Wells asked. Asked why the foundation had rented the Roils 'Royce spokeswoman Linda Reed said it was partly to celebrate the end of .the battle to free Wellr. and paftly to make him feel Controversy Erupts After House Okays Reform Bill Osceola, Helena Making Plans To Build Harbors By The Associated Press Osceola and Helena, two Arkansas cities located on the Mississippi River, are progress ing with plans to construe) slack-water harbors,- officials say. The Osceola project, which i expected to brgin soon, will be completed-by, July 1975, Mavoi R: EvPrewitl'of Osceola. chair man .Of the 'city's Port Author ity. said. The construction will cos $748.000 with the Economic De velopment Administration pro viding 60 per cent of the fund he said. The remainder wi 1 come from local revenue bonds Helena's proposed harbor more expensive with its firs phase expected fo cost $12 mi lion. When completed, the pro ect will form a harbor-indusb al'park that will provide abou WASHINGTON (AP) - Con-i troversy erupted after a House approved · a broad campaign finance reform bill including public bankrolling of presidential primaries. Rep. John Brademas, D-Ind., sponsor of the primary funding provision, on Monday termed good, ."Wouldn't Sou cMufEeMfed 'tfqiifl Royce after 46 asked. Wells lik« .to be l ttt * Bolls ySrs?" she velopment of niques in the prevention of juvenile delin- ''" (juency" under supervision of a -,~ state board. . ... sent to San Quentin iri 1928 for receiving stolen property, His sentence was extended in 1932 when he was convicted of- manslaughter after a fellow inmate was killed in a fight. In 1947, he. was sentenced to death for hurling a cuspidor at a guard, but the sentence later was reduced to life imprisonment. : . ..··"; ' : . - ' · Wells, now' partially restricted to a wheelchair, told reporters he was the same man who entered prison back in the day of bathtub gin: "No. Let me qualify that. I'm older, wiser and better self-controlled." WOMAN'S WORID A Convenient Sawing and Shopping Guide far Today'* Qol en the Oo High Court Asked To Rule On Slate Obscenity Law LITTLE HOCK (AP) - John M. Fincher, a Little Hock attorney, told the Arkansas Supreme Court Monday that an 1837 state obscenity law is unconstitutionally vague in that it does npt define obscenity, The remarks came v.'hen the court heard oral arguments in the appeal of Fincher's client, Ruth Burns of North Little Rock, who was convicted under the statute last year for selling allegedly obscene material. i The law reads: "Every-person- publicly exhibiting any obscene or Indecent pictures or figures shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor." :That law is not the one that was upheld Monday by the Arkansas Supreme Court in affirming the convictions of three persons for the showing of the motion picture "Deep Throat." Fincher told the court that the measure "a good bill, a strong bill, a defensible bill." But Common Cause, the self- styled citizens lobby, attacked it as "loophole-ridden legislation which places members of Congress firmly in control of campaign finance law enforcement." And there were promises of floor fights on the bill's public financing and enforcement pro- isions. - ( The primary funding proposal had been turned -back Friday ' ^a 16-9 vote of the House Ad- [onday; they approved It IB-JO ... and went on to approve the bill 3,200 new manufacturing jobs. Porter Young of Helen chairman of Ihe Helena-We Helena-Phillips County Port A thority. said the city is makii "slow" progress on the harbo He said construction should !; gin about Jan. 1, 1977. Prewitt said the Osceola pro ect had been in the plannit stage 20 years. He said the ct was trying to attact industri that use bulk shipping. The U.S. Army Corps of E glneers currently is sludyin the proposed Helena slack-w ter facility to determine i feasibility and environment 21-0. aspects. However, Young sa "Members had rhore time to reflect," Brademas said of the since the law under which Mrs. 1 Burns was charged did not define obscenity, she had no way of knowing whether the mate- was selling was ob' rial · she scene. switch,- "The provision makes for a much stronger .'bill." . The committee originally approved taxpayer bankrolling o1 the 1976 presidential campaign of up to $20 million for each major party ticket. It rejected public financing for:; congres atonal elections. It would pro vide ?6 million in .matching funds for presidential primary candidates in 1976. SENATE APPROVAL The Senate has approvei public financing for congres sional and presidential pr maries 'and general election campaigns. The committee proposal and jllls already passed by the Senate have several provisions in common which would: --Limit cash contributions $100. --Establish for the first time limits, on congressional and presidential campaign spending ind individual and group contributions to any and several candidates. --Create streamlined . candidate election organizations with after posing nude for the ntcrfold of a men's maga- 10. ' . 'As far as I am concerned be better for Miss Lewandowski to look for other work. "I'd guess that if the maga e is through," said William napp, superintendent of the uburban Greendale school lere Miss Lewandowski has rrectcd papers and done odd bs for seventh and eighth ade teachers for the last two ars. But Miss Lewandowski, 25, ho for $2,000 struck 18 nude oses of her 37-25-37 figure pub- shed in this- month's Pent- ou se ' magazine,; · s ays she' ,wil I o to court if necessary to keep er job. "Dr. Knapp says I quit, hut I idn't," she said Monday. "I cnt in to talk to him last week nd said I might quit if 1 lought it would be impossible or me to do my job this fall, ut we just left it up in the ir." ·· - . · : ; Knapp, who said he has seen IB photos but has no personal celing about Miss Lewanowski's job, insists she quit. "She resigned. That's it," he aid. ' 'That's not true. He is very nuch against me because of his," countered Miss Lewanlowski, who uses the name Barbie Lewis for her part-time nodeling. She said she does not believe mblicalion of her picture in the niff will affect her ability to do ier job. "I'm still the same old me," she said. "I can still goof around with the kids and every- :hing just like I used to. I think 13-year-old kids can accept this. Besides, most of them will probably never see the picture unless their mothers get upset about it." She added, "If they saw the magazine, they would have learned a course "in sex education." Some mothers apparently have been complaining, slit conceded, although she said she has had no direct adverse com ments about- the photos from zine kids ,f into the hands of th would be somewhat em barrassing for her," he said, think it might bother some o the kids and affect their de meaner in school." "They just can't do this ti me," she said. "If a little ki would come up to me this fal and say he saw my picfure ii he nude, I would just tell him hat's fine, now let's get back o work." 53/4% We have a savings program and interest rate to meel your needs. Fayetteville Savings Loan Association 201 N. East Avenue Rent a New Piano On Our Rent-or-Buy Plan For Beginner Student New Pianos from $760.00 Mason Harnlin Wurlitzei Knabe Fischer Wurlitzer Ovgans Rents for $15 Monthly Rent np to six months, If you decide to buy, we wilt make full allowance charge on (ho purchase, price. Give the children and yourself an opportunity to see just how much musical enjoyment a new piano adds to your family life. Call today -- only a limited number of new pianos available for this offer. Southeast Corner of Square Guisinger Music House The charges stemmed from the sale of a sexually explicit illustrated magazine. The law didn't say 'hat the material involved had to deal with sex, Fincher said. Deputy Pros. Atty. John Wesley Hall said the present stat : ute did not define obscenity, but he ssked the court to do 'so with Mrs. Burns' case. The court took the case under advisement. disclosure rules make tracking much easier, intended to of violations Any season is right for these smart new tops. INSTANT CROCHET -- use ··" knitting worsted and a No. 9 c ' hook to crochet his fashion -'-. openwork vest and tank top. So ';-·, easy, make both! Pattern 94S: sizes 36-46 included, 75 CENTS each pattern -: add 25 cents each pattern for ·'":' first-class mail and special ··'·" handling. Send to Laura Wheel- "·- er Northwest Arkansas Times, "·" Needlecraft Dept., Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N. Y. 10011 Print Pattern Num- Vi, her, Name, Address, Zip. NEW!! 1974 Needlecraft Catalog covers the creative scene -- knit, crochet, fashions, embroidery, quilts, morel! . . 5 cents ;;°J NEW! ISew plus Knit Book has '··'. basic tissue pattern $1.25 ·:-. NEWI Needlepoint book . · .$1.00 '·:':, NEW Flower Ch;:ochet ...$1.00 ··- Hairpin Crochet Book . . ..$1.00 "" Instant Crochet Book .. .$1.00 In slant Money Book .. ... $1.00 . Instant Macrame Book ... .$1.00 Trial Date Set In Barnhill Incident LITTLE ROCK (AP) -i'Roy Barnhill, 50, of .Little Rock pleaded innocent Monday to charges of assualtlng an officer stemming from an exchange .of gunfire May 2 between police and a man at an apartment house about 100 yards from the governor's mansion. Judge William J. Kirby of Pulaski County Circuit Court scheduled Barnhill's jury trial 'or Nov. 14. Barnhill remained 'ree on bond. Gov. Dale Bumpers was re- luming by car to Little Rock From campaigning for the U.S. Senate at Hot Springs the day of the Shootout. However, Mrs. Betty Bumpers was at the mansion. Police said the gunman fired several shots at policemen and at least one at a passerby. The area was cordoned off until the man surrendered. Bumpers was told by officers to . ,..,,---. ._ stay away from the area until sleek perfection in this stream- the gunman was apprehended. Both bills would allot, for the first time, $2 million from the taxpayer checkoff fund for each partys nomination conventions. The Senate created in its bills an independent supervisory commission with its own lawyers and powers.of prosecution to enforce the new law. House committee members reworked the current supervisory setup, adding four congressmen to a list of congressional employes. Congress itself could veto any proposed regulations of the board created in the House bill. .This provision has been attacked as cosmetic, and leading to velvet-gloved handling of Congress by Congress. In add! ion, any advisory opinion ol the board would virtually eliminate prosecution of a candidate who asked interpretation of the aw; and any investigation of a alleged violator consents to disclosing it. ··· · · :: '-. · PANTSUIT . ", Complete Gift Book $1.00 ; Complete Gift Book $1.00 · Complete Afghans No. 14 $1.00 ·! 12 Prize Afghans No. 12 50 cents "' Book of 16 Quills No. 1 .50 cents " Museum Quilt Book No. 12 .. -50 cents ;; 15 Quilts for today No. 3 .. 50 ·'· cents · ·'- Book of 18 Jiffy Rugs . . 5 0 cents lined skirt style with curved sides and novel pockets! Sew for summer-thru-fall. Printed Pattern 4824: Misses' Sizes 8,10.12,14,16,18. Size 12 (bust 34) jacket 2% yards 45- inch; pants 2% yds. Send $1.00 for each pattern Add 25 cents for · each pattern tor first-class mail and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, Northwest Arkansas Times, 438, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17lh St., New York, N. Y. 10011. Pring NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE and STVLE NUMBER. DOUBLE BONUS! Choose one )attern free in New SPRING- SUMMER Pattern Catalog. Get one free pattern printed inside. 100 beautiful fashions, all sizes. Send 75 cents now. New! Sew plus Knit Book -has basic tissue pattern ..$1.25 Instant Sewing Book .... $1.00 Instant Fashion Book $1.00 ADVIRTUW ThaiuuvU of tunMBMken th't fMtur* daily . . . and ttwf* wU3 M* rotir Forfeit Bonds OAMDEN, Ark. (AP) -- Deputy Sheriff Rudy Slaughter of Ouachita County and Jesse Ford Jr. of Camden each forfeited $50 bonds Monday on a charge that they interfered with the performance of duty of Lt. Jack Dews of the Camden Police Department. Forfeiting bond means that they did not chose to .contest the charge, city attorney Harry Barnes said. Dews reportedly was investigating a shooting incident June 11 in which several blasts of a shotgun were fired into the home of L. C. Smith of Camden, according to a police ource. The arrest warrant said that Slaughter and Ford interfered with the investigation with an altercation resulting, Barnes said the misdemeanor charge against Slaughter was filed In Camden Municipal Court by Dews. Recovery Center Sets Open House S P R I N G D A L E -- The residential recovery center for problem drinkers t 1208 Old Missouri Road, "will;hold an open house .from 2 to 4 Sunday. The public is invited to view the unit, operated by 215 Club, Inc. The corporation Is a group of citizens in Northwest Arkansas who wish to extend a. helping hand to individuals suffering from the illness of alcoholism. T h e treatment program consists of admission to the residential unit for a period of 28 to 31 days in which the client r e c e i v e s housing, me counseling and instruction the Alcoholics Anonymous way of life. Each client receives physical examination by physician, family referral social agencies on a need basis, job placement assistance and counseling and testing services of Ozark Guidance Cen- ter(OGC). 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