Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 5, 1974 · Page 9
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 5, 1974
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FBI Plans September Move Into Gigantic New Building - WASHINGTON (AP) -- After -12 years of planning and con. "structlon, the preparing to move in September to a gigantic and cosily new building ; towering over a full block ol '"Pennsylvania. Avenue. '-.'· The moving itself may take "'las long as eight months, FBI ' ! . ^officials said. When the transilion is cpm- ; * plete. the FBI's vast headquar: NAACP Meet ' Condemns 'Zebra' !\ Police Searches - : NEW ORLEANS (AP) -^The ; " stop-and-frisk searches-of black - :: men during San Francisco's '·"Zebra" manhunt was . con- ."demned by the NAACP con" .vention as dangerous over- Ire action by police. · * Undertaken in a drive to end - I t e r r o r i s t-style murders of ·' I whites by blacks, the searches ; Jlater were ruled uncon: Jstitutional by a federal judge. · "The lawless acts of the po- ' Jlice created such an intolerable /"condition of tension and apprehension in the black community " -that it could have led to an' ex: Iplosion of enormous dimen- '. ? sions, the resolution said. t It was among resolutions that Jthe 3,070 delegates approved by :-voice vole during the last two · J d a y s of the five-day ,65th annual : -convention. The gathering ends · J tonight with a banquet. · In other resolutions, the ' :NAACP 'demanded a moratorium on .mental tesls. where Jmost blacks score lower than ; whites. ' , ' . · : . ' · ; Slandardized tests -are mis- pleading when they ,have not · been corrected for cultural · bias, the delegates said. ; Such tests result in "a dis- . "proportionately large number · ; o f black students being misplaced in .special education ·classes and denied admissions -to higher education opportuh . Cities." Z President Nixon's adminis- · ^(ration again drew fire for ' ; "continuing to fan the flames of · racism with code words such tcrs operations will be housed in one building for the first time and the building itself will become Washington's biggest monument to the man who doirimated the agency for. four decades,' the late J. Edgar Hoc- p er. ; ; , -'' ...: .. /'· ' ' Named for Hoover after his death, the building was author IzeuVby Congress in 1962, but it took another ,'cix years before construction began.,;. Sprawled halfway :between the White House and the Capitol, the sand-colored concrete structure sits across the avenue from 1 the FBI's parent agency, the, Justice-Department. - ..... FBI executives and'much, of the headquarters staff currently use offices in the Justice Department building. But computer systems, t,he fingerprint division.'and some other operations are in eight buildings scattered around Washington. -Currently, the FBI must move hundreds of records from one- location to another daily. The' records, encased in lacked metal boxes, are shuttled under »uard in vans. Thomas Jenkins, deputy asso ciate FBI director in charge of administration, said . no files have been lost or stolen'in the shuttle service, "but you always run that chance the more you have to move them-." Jenkins said 'the new quarters will enable the-FBI to increase its daily tourist capacity from NorthwMt Arkorwu* TIMES, Friday, July 5, 1974 · FAVITTCVILLE, AKKANtA* Condominium Investigation Set By FTC WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Federal Trade Commission says it is undertaking an invcs Ugation of the fast-growing con dominium housing industry t determine whether firms hav been using unfair or deccptiv practices. In announcing the probe Thursday, the FTC said it ha taken no position as to whethe law violations exist, but it sai it would lake corrective aclio should its staff uncover viola tions. Condominuins can be pe manent housing or vacatio units in which the buyer owns townhouse or apartment. Som other assets, such as recreational facilities, are held in ommon or retained by the de- eloper. The rapid growth in con- ominlum ownership has been spurred by rising land values, ncreased overhead for landlords and the popularity of a second home. The FTC did not say what prompted the investigation. TRINITY TEMPLE 1100 Rolling Hills Drive YOU'LL LIKE USl Sun. 9:30-11:00-6:00 Wed. 7:00 Do We Believe In Miracles? Yes! And We See Them. -WELCOME- Ramay Warbohnets -as, 'neighborhood schools' «'forced busing. 3,500 to 5,000. The FBI lour is a popular attraction, f o r . Washington visitors, especially in the summer, when long waiting lines often form. ' , . "We feel bad when we have to cut them off out there on loth Street.' and they've come all the way from. Seattle," he said. Jenkins and Assistant Director Eugene Walsh said the structure's cost amounts to $126 million, more than double that first estimated by Congress a dozen years ago. Constructed In one 11-story sectionand another seven-story section, the building will accommodate about 7,400 employ- es and contains underground parking for about '500.. The structure surrounds a land- aiid scaped open courtyard with a fountain. The Wartonnels, the drill leant at .Rumay Junior High School has been pralicing during the slimmer for the 197475 school team. The team is composed of 14 girls and is sponsored by Mrs. Julie Wiedower. They arc from left, front row, Stephanie Estes, Tammy Harris, Karen Wil- Hams, Renee Shofner and Miah Dover; back row, Debbie Garner, Debra Hulet, Barbara Chester, Diane Stock- ion, captain, Jessica Lowe (co-captain) and Sharon Smith. Not pictured arc Darlene West, Carla \Villianis and Nit a Orr. (TIMESpholo by Kay New Archbishop Not Worried About Poverty YORK, England (AP) -- Inflation is drainng away the ·ealth of the Church, of England, hut this enforced poverty may lead to spiritual enrichment, the ' next, Archbishop of : Canterbury said today. Dr. Donald Coggan, the present Archbishop of York who succeeds ' Dr.' Michael Ramsey in November as spiri- lual leader of the church and of the worldwide p Anglican Communion, cited a' newspaper editorial that said Britain is facing an "inflationary disaster." "These are grave and weigh ,y words, and we neglect them' 1 at our peril," he told the General Synod of the church at the opening of its summer .session. "That the church in the coming years will be stripped of much of its possessions through the exigencies of the economic situation is almost certain. But must this be regarded as an unmitigated disaster?"Could it not be a case of God stripping His church for action? May it not be a means of revelation, a call to hear what the-spirit is saying to the churches?" The archbishop decried self ishness, the lack- of a sense of vocation in many jobs and "an educational system which overdevelops the acquisitive and competitive instinct, rather than eliciting the wide variety of gifts' which can be found in any -given classroom full ol childe' a'.' A number of churches in England have had to sell their gold and silver plate in recent months, both to maintain their parish work and the church buildings. The treasures are le gacies and selling them has Tires Stolen A set of truck tires has been reported stolen from the Randy ,ynch residence, on Hwy. 16 west of Fayetteville. Mrs. Lynch told Washington County deputy sheriffs that the tires were stored in a gara'ge. caused much controversy. Some clergymen are agital ing publicly for sizable in creases in their low salaries The financial officials of th church say the pay can b raised only by the laity diggm deeper into their pockets So their parish priests. 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