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· Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Friday, July 26, 1974 FAVETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Springdale Council Is Shown -· ii ill** t\t ii · rffi i Possibilities Of Using Eiiluenf SPRINGDALE -- The North- Law Enforcement Assistance Administration funds with which to improve radio communications. A 300 wait base station, accessories and antenna will be added lo Ihe present equipment if the grant is received. In other business, the commission: . --Authorized Rilcy lo enter into a second-year contract with (he University of Arkansas' department of civil engineering and department of agronomy for continuation of a soil study in flic region. UA scientists are studying the Impact of. septic .ank systems, on five different .ypes of. Northwest Arkansas vtSst' Arkansas Regional Flanging Commission reviewed tfjree grant applications at its r~e g u 1 a r meeting Thursday rifght, and found them in accord with the region's long-term planning goals. ·-,NWARPC director Ken Riley §aid the applications will be sent to Little -Rock for final cle- }Tsions on funding.''· .. ; Kfrii'e application from the Jjc'onomic Opportunity Agency of; Washington County requested $42,319 to coyer, administrative costs of the local Community A'ction Programs. r.'A few NWARPC members became, sidetracked in a discusion of whether Ihe' actual prdgram should be funded. Riley reminded them lhat the commission's purpose is not to decide if the program should receive the money but only to decide if it'is Oi accord with the goals and objectives listed in the area's land resource management plan. Riley felt it is. All but one commission member voted to okay the aplica- also okayed Local Youths Arrested In Stolen Auto Two Fayelteville youths wore arrested at Joplin, Mo., this morning while driving an automobile identified as one stolen during the night at Fayelteville. Fayelteville police said Joplin authorities are holding Randall Rucker, 17, and James Ray Faubus, 20, on suspicion of auto ;heft pending formal charges in Washington Circuit Court. Joplin police said the car occupied by the youths was stopped before daylight because it did not have, tail lights. Investigation determined that it had been stolen.. The 1969 Dodge, owned by Miss Sue Finks of Old Wire Road, was'taken taken from a parking lot at 2222 N. College Ave- during the night. tion. ^Commissioners the grant request f o r - Benton County. Federal funds of $16,336 are being sought for the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration to hire a deputy prosecuting attorney.'Riley noted the tremendous increase in caseloads in the 9lh Judicial District over the past four years. ·-" , BENTON COUNTY t Members also approved a grant application from the Ben-, ton County Sherif's office. This grant seeks $5,694 in federal NWARPC Is Told Of Federal Flood Insurance Rules SPRINGDALF. -- New-federa flood insurance regulations wil make it virtually impossible, for property owners in .nun} Northwest Arkansas towns to borrow money to purchase CT . construct on real estate in designated flood hazard areas unless those towns vote to par- · ticipate in the National. Flood - Insurance Program. Gordon Swearingen soil. --Distributed the 1974'Housing Element, a publication containing the region's updaled housing goals and explaining the system Established for reporting municipal building activity. --Distributed the 1974 Annual Program' Report which is required to he.-.written by the federal 'Department of Housing and Urban Development. This report outlines the work completed by NWARPC in Ihe past year. --Appointed a commiltce to work up the 1975 budget. Ed Bautts. Ralph Bolain, Vol Lester, Mike Moss and' Garland Mellon.. Jr. will serve"-03 the committee. --Ratified a resolution passed earlier this year accepting a $20,000 grant from Ihe Federal Aviation Administration for a feasibility study on a regional airport. The commission had'to authorize Vice-Chairrrian Ed ^officially, accept the gran.Ls.ince,. Chairman Garland Melton, Jr., was originally the only person authorized to sign. NEW YORK STOCKS ' Opening PrTeH Furnlihed by A. O. Edwirdi Ion Ark Best Corp PH Amer Tel "Tel 43% Ark La G a s ' . . . ' . 19% Baldwin ·. 7% Campbell Soup, 28% Central S W ..-...-.. 13% Chrysler .-z 1^4 Del Monte 19'/4 Dillards 12" Greek (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) era is over. Instead, of A G Edwards ..v 4V4 Emerson 341» Exxon. .".'..:...·....: 77 Ford r 47% Frontier Air - · 5j» Gen Growth 153s Gen Mtrs 45% Gordon Jewelry - 8w Intl Harv 23% I-T-E· Imperial 13V4 66% J C Pennc; 1 Levi Strauss" '.;:'.'.. 17% Ling Tetnco .".'': .·'·· · ' · · · · 9 » Marcor. · ··.:. 26 ^ Pan Am World Air 3% Phillips Petro 48% Pizza Corp 9J4 Pizza Hut ·-.'· l»TM Ralston ...:....... 42% Safeway ...... . 37 h Sears 76% Georges,, Pompidou. heir .to aloof and unbending Gaullism, France has Vale- ry··· Gscard d'Estaing, a practical realist.- Instead of Willy Brandt's glittering and sometimes brash- looking leadership, West Germany has a down-to-earth prag- malist, Helmut Schmidt, at the helm'." "".· ,,;;-"·----":. '.'Instead'/of '1'T.ory gdward Heath struggling to patch the tatters of . British socialism, Harold Wilson is back grappling with a multiplicity of problems, many of them generated during his Labor Party's welfare state rule. Instead of a government that habitually looked the other way at the approach of mountainous [ficulties, Italy's leaders, aced with bankruptcy, bit the bullet andi.adopted-^a ; 'or within one year, of r5eihg so stern, pojitically:~'"unpopular v designated if the town does hot measures.;. "". ' · want' federal financial assist- Today the West European '. ance cut off to.the flood prone community may not necessarily · areas- be enchanted at all times with '.'' Residents of towns not in the American leadership nor even 'program hut having designated comfortable about American- flood hazard areas would not Soviet summitry, .But.fitha.t' 1 is be able to borrow money to eside the point fori.Aiirieric.ans · buy property or construct build of the state's Division of Soil and Water Resources explained the program to members of the , Northwest Arkansas Regional '· Planning Commission at its · Thursday night meeting:X If the Federal Flood Insnr- · ance Administration designates ! a town as having flood hazard · areas, that town must agree to participate in the flood insuc- ^ ance program before July, 1975 Scott Paper Shakespeare Sou Pac 14% (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONZ)| shoes, McCann said;: -.The e . amount for parts /apparently track of coun ranged from $1()0 to'$200 'not "xhe fine counting Stout's labor, vyhich seems steep would push the value figure higher. In 1972, McCann said, Gilbow asked Stout for, physical possession of the Jeep,- apparently, for inventory purposes.' The jeep w a s transferred a n d w a s - i n county possession for several weeks. Stout finally called Judge Lester, saying, "We have put a lot of money in that jeep." McCann, in recounting the conversation,., says Lester may very well, have assumed that the "we" referred-to fhe city while "in fact, it referred to Stout and another police'offi- cer who had helped him on the mechanical work. COUNTY INVESTMENT The county had an investment of $245 in the Jecp',,'and' Lester apparently thought,: It''fairer to give it to Stout (Srid the city) who he supposed had done 1 the work, than to pay for the work done. Gilbow, according-to the state account, had represented to Lester that the city had been using the vehicle. Gilbow then went to Chiel Spencer and asked if he conic jive Stout the Jeep, and Chief ·pencer says he replied that he had no objection tp private dealings between the two. The Jeep - was actually- delivered lo Stout-early one morning. Stout said he heard a noise outside his. house, and by the lime he looked out, saw only the 'Je'ep ' and no".'.'one nearby. . ." "".":;. "."_',. "..;".;! _. Stout assumed honestly,:, the state says, that "the Jeep was iiis legally; that the county had given it to him instead of !nying for the improvements. Lester signed the title, gave it to Gilbow, and · told him to give it to Ihe city. Gilbow in fact took the title j the . police department, McCann said; and.''gave it to an officer who was · asked to relay it to Stout. POINT QUESTIONED Stout has.,,.said ..'he doesn't remember for, sure, but that-lhe title may ,haye ,haid Ms -·name written in when he (Lester and Gilbow. had avoid' any possible future m!s- inderstandlngs 'and Keep, better rack of county property. imposed on to some of my friends, and some have asked me why I chose -to enter a plea to -this technical misdemeanor rather than fight f?r acquillal by a jury. ' "My attorneys advised. me for several ' weeks that the original felony - indictment probably would result in acquittal; but I entered this plea to this misdemeanor for basically four lasons. "First, a felony trial would have imposed a tremendous emotional strain upon my family even if ' it resulted in acquittal.:/', ': ' ': A ~;/. '.. ; "Second, there was always a small chance, in light of th6 current hostility toward people in government, that is presently fCcused on' national politics, that a jury might be led to Obituary MRS. KATHLEEN HILL Mrs. Kathleen Susie Hill, 61, of Fayetteville, died Thursday In a local hospital. Born Oct. 31, 1912 in Oklahoma, the daughter of Luther and Mary Ann Sullivan Cook, she was a Baptist. Survivors are five sons, Donnie, Douglas, Raliegh, Leon and Hansel, all of Fayetteville; four daughters, Mrs. Yvonne Brown of McAllister, Okla., Mrs. Carolyn Doss and Miss Beverly Hill of Prairie Grove and Mrs. Gayle Boyd of Fayettevile; five brothers, Hubert CpOk of Bar- teslviUe, Okla-, Willie, Garland and Edmond Cook of Fayettc- ville and Lawton Cook of Lincoln; three sisters and 17 grandchildren. Funeral service will be 2 p.m. Saturday at Nelson's Funeral Chapel with burial in M o u n t Comfort Cemetery. ^^ ^ _ 31% Texaco 26% Tri State Mtrs 8% Union Carbide .. T .... 41% United A i r . . ; 25% Victor 6% Wai Mart stated previously that the title convict me. - . "Third, the county.... j udge would have been -called necessarily as a witness, and to pull him in as a ^witness in my behalf did not seem fair this late in the election year when he faces an increasingly bitter opponent. "Four, my acts could be construed to legally constitute this lesser,' misdemeanor, crime. New Law Allows Legal Services S'A'N "/,',' CLEMENTE, .Calif. (AP) ..^r-". President N.ixori has signed legislation '.that places the federal program of legal aid to the poor under an independent government corporation. Under the new law, a Legal Services. Corporation will re- S lace, the Office of Economic pportunity as overseer Of the program.- Signing of the bill was announced on Thursday. Legal Services lawyers will be able, to represent the poor in civil cases diST mites.' child "custody, property, housing and welfare rights. They will be barred, however, JACKSON DAILEY -Jackson R. Dailey, 64, ol , Route' 1, Fanriington, 'died Wednesday in a Fayetteville rest 1910 , son of J o h n F. and Charity Bledsaw D a i l e y , he was a home. Born May 5, at Vian, O k l a . , the Ark West Gas' 13%-14'A Kearney Natl 5%-5% Minute Man .· 1%-2'A Pioneer Foods 4%-5l« H".KP.orter 3Bi-32Vi Std Regis 14-14% Tyson "Foods 836-8% Yellow Frf 46'/i-47 Averages Inds down 5.79 Trans .: down 1.24 Utils UP -07 Volume ., .....".: 3,240,000 Driver Charged Following Wreck Steve R. Srader, 24, of 132 S. Duncan Ave., was treatc at Washington Regional Medica Center, then taken to the Fay etteville Police Departmen where he was charged wit drunken driving following ! one-car accident w h i c h oc curred at 2:43 a.m. today. Srader told police that he wa driving north on Happy Hollov Road approaching thfc intersec tion- of Hwy. 16 east and as he attempted to go aroun another vehicle the gas pedi hung and his car kept ai celerating. Then, Srader said, the tig! rear tire blew out about lOf feet before the intersection. Th car traveled across the higbwa intersection and hit a fir MBS. ItORETTA STACY Bentonville -- Mrs. , Loretta atkins Stacy, 36, of/Route 4, ogers, died Thursday in the entonville hospital. She was orn Dec. 22,. 1937 at Japton. Survivors ' are the husband, illiam Stacy of the home; tree daughters, Patricia Gail ape of Kansas City and Niki inn and Michelle Slape of ogers; three sons, George ape Jr. of Kansas City and Michael - , Slape and William lacy, Jr.,.'of Rogers; her mother, Mrs. EUzibeth Thomas ' Fayelteville; one sister, Mrs. (Table Kramer of Grandview, Jo., and five brothers, Harold nd Alvis Watkins of Fayette- ille, Larry'and Gary Watkins : Prairie Grove and .Edward Watkins of Independence, Mo. Funeral service will be at 2 ;m. Saturday at the Drake's ek Church of. Christ w i t h wrial in Drake's-Creek C£me- ery under direction of Callisori- McKinney Funferl Home. Com mod Ity- Openings 3.63% SeDt corn Nov soybeans 8.25 Sept eggs ; 56.40 Aug pork bellies 56.90 Dec wheat,.,..-.j.. t j.|i 4.69 Health Fair Is Scheduled ,. ings in a flood hazard a r e a · from a bank or lending com- i pany that is federally-insured. ; Those towns in Washington and Benton Counties that have I already been designated as con; taining flood hazard areas are: . Fayetteville, S p r i n g d a l e , J Rogers, Bentonville, Siloam Springs, and Farminglon. Fay; etteville and Springdale . have ; already agreed to participate in i the program. ; The towns of Elkins, Elm i Springs, Greenland, Johnson, ! Sulphur Springs, West Fork and ; Winslow are yet to be notified · of their flood-prone status but ; will be as soon as the official ' maps are prepared. These ' towns will have one year from ;· official notification in which to ; agree to participate in the pro- · gram. : , Participation in the program . means that cities will have to "who can welcome!/t)ie ; emergini ew look from a standpoint-'thai 'hal's good for Western Europe in the long'run is good for Americans, too. ; specially . building regulate, inspection through depart, ments, new construction in · designated flood hazard areas. ., The new buildirrgs will have to · be erected using flood-proof : materials and construction : techniques. Residents of towns partici- . pating in the program will be able to purchase federally-subsidized flood insurance on their : property and building contents, · Swearingen said. · The state coordinating agency -. for the federal program is the Division of ' Soil and Water Resources. Thus agency will be responsible for helping communities apply to the program, ; Swearingen said. AP Convicled Of Prfce Fixiiig SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- A federal jury has convicled AP Stores of fixing beef prices and ordered it to pay '$32.7 million in damages to seven California and Colorado cattle growers. The U.S. District Court jury assessed th"e"darriages Thursday after'finding that AP violated anti-trust laws by conspiring with other chains to restrain trade in fresh meats by setting high prices in s t o r e s and paying low prices to packers and feeders from 1964 to 1973 The other chains were named in the suit as coconspirators but not defendants. The plaintiffs' attorney. Joseph M. Alioto. son of San Francisco Mayor Joseph L. Alioto, said he would ask the judge at a hearing Aug. 20 lo make the case a class action. Founiltd I860 112 N. Eait Faje«jTUI«, Art Tim Published dally «ci sonday eiMpt January t JuU I TSMfcsziTlns awl Chjfctmax. Seams Cta» Postift Paid at Fftyetie^llle, Art. t; S.EI3qNS : -- A free health fair will''barheld in Elkins July 30- August 3: The five day event is sponsored by the Elkins Lions Club and the fair will be open at the Elkins Elementary School each day frm 2 to 4 p.m. and from 7 toA'pin. / The purp'ose' .of the fair is to help communities learn how to keep healthy. A physician and nurse will, be available throughout .the fair to . answer health Questions. .'·.': A speciar highlight will be a puppet show on vdental care scheduled for lO'.a.m. August. Educational displays, models of the human -body, the eye, the heart will be exhibited. Free health tests like breathing capacity, eye. tests, blood pressure will be given. Health literature will be available and there will be cartoon movies. The fairs have been held for many years. In 1966 the United Presbyterian Church developed he program using a truck to transport the materials to various communities in 45 small .owns in the Appalachian Mountains. This program was then expanded into Oklahoma and Arkansas. was blank when it left Lester's office.) V McCann'said that neither he nor the grand jury", found any blame on Lester's part. McCann said that although Lester 'has issued statements taking responsibility for the incident, he sees Lester as delegating duties which were not carried out properly. ' .i "Lester is.'as'h'onest as any man I know," MifCann said today, "and I've never known him to do anything dishonest." In fact,' McCann noted that he had found questionable incidents involving previous administrations to a much greater extent than'irr^Lester's-aa'miriis- tration. McCann also said when questioned that he has riot found or substantiated any such incidents in the administration of former. Judge ..Bruce Crider, Judge L-Lester's' Democratic opponent in the November election. GILBOW'S STATEMENT Gilbow entered a statement today concerning the charge; stating, "On Thursday, July :25, 1974, I entered a,plea of nqlfo cqntendere (np'ejo'n-t'e^s't) to a misdemeanor charge'of misfeasance based on delivery' of an improper title to a Jeep to the from filing :suits in- connection with the military draft, desegregation, labor and abortion cases. :.,;; v": ,:'·:.- . - ' . . ., : · The House and Senate passed the compromise measure after agreeing to a Nixon administration demand that legal research backup centers at law schools be barred from receiving Legal Services contracts. Conservatives- had ~ argued, Ih'at the':centers had taken part In, controversial'suits,,.....i.,: .. ' The Legal Services program currently operates on a $71.5 million budget, but the new law authorizes $90 million this year and $100 million next year, subject to allocations by..the appropriations committees of Congress. hydrant, flipped on its top an slid about SO feet Into a ditch. Rogers' Charge Dismissed NEW YORK (AP) -- Stephe Smith, brother-in-law of t] late President John F. Kenn dy, won't have to contest theft of services charge in case involving an unpaid 6 cent taxi fare. Manahattan Criminal Cou Judge Ernst Rosenberger d: missed the charge Thursdi because the cab company c clined to press the charge an because the meter was not ru ning during part of the trip. .Smith, 47, who is married the* former Jean Kennedy, w arrested July 2 after he, refus to pay his fare to a Manhatt nightspot. He faced a possib fine of $1,000 and up to a ye in jail- tired farmer and a Nazarene. Survivors are two brothers, ifford of -Ashbury, Mo., and loyd of Pryor. Okla., and four sters, Mrs. Elva Miller arid rs. Dorothy Gardner.of Lan- astcr, Calif.. Mrs. Ruby Wea- er of Santa Cruz, Calif., and rs. Geneva Bingham of Wald- n. .-. · ·-.-·. ., - -, Fi'neral service* will be at 2 m. Saturday. : at Moore's lapel with burial in Cemetery ill Cemetery' Campbell Donates Food To Hospital LITTLE' R'Qp'k' -- some Mo cases 'Of 'footti'has bten contributed ' to the', Arkansas Children's. . .Hospital , .by Campbell Soup Co. of Paris, Tex. The gift : was arranged by Mrs. Louise,'Lierly chairman of the hospital committee for th* Washington County Extension Homemakers Council. In addition Mrs. .Uerly. Arranged, to have the food 'delivered' by Willis Shaw Frozen Express. Co. of Elm Springs without charge. The Arkansas Children's hospital, organized in 1910 treats patients from the 75 counties In the state. "^ Ride Postponed The horseback ride to th« Marinoni Farm, scheduled by the Northwest Arkansas Hiding Club for Sunday has been postponed. "A future'daUf,, will £*, announced. ' '·*? ,*_ Jewelry Store Window Broken The alarm at Gardenhire Jewelry Co., 18 S.- East St. was set off shortly before ii; Thursday when a beer bottle was thrown through, the plate glass window, making a hole about the size ot a Softball near he alarm tape. A youth who was riding a like across the Square at that :ime told police .he had seen a red Firebird traveling east on Mountain St. in the area of ;he jewelry store, and heard what sounded like 'a shot, followed shortly after by the alarm. ' . ·- · Investigating · police; found the beer bottle which had .apparently been thrown from a vehicle owner, missing. and who contacted the found nothing NO HAPPY HELLO... ... it «v«r quit* equal to tht warm wtleotn* extended to newcomers by tha W»leom« Wagon HoiUss. , Her sirill* miy b« no brighter, her greeting no mor« ch«tr- ful, but she'* made th« welcome mori avrtrkol artthtn a mare grafting . . .complete with a Itlaxy of lift* arid helpful Information en schools, churchas.-thopi and community faclmletV. So whan a naW nalghbor moves In, follow up your happy hello with a Walcama Wagon greeting. A HoiUi* await* your call at .. :. · Counterfeit Found SPRINGDALE -- A $20 counterfeit bill was discovered at the First National Bank on Emma Avenue Thursday. Bank officials said the teller who received the bill did not remember who handed it to her.^- · ' - · \-' ·.,'· "·',' i . The bill was sent to the Secret Service' in Little Rock. This is the second counterfeit bill of the 1969C s e r i e s discovered in Springdale this month. Phona 443-5438 or 442-illl WCI.CDMK MKWCOMIHII UM Mili.crapcn t» Irt «w ': knew ytu'rt Mr*, Nnm ......:............... AddraM City . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . ; . . . PIMM hm Ik* .W*(e«nw W«f*n HotttM «n »i» m«. I w«uTd Ilk* to mbtcriM M IM N.W. Ark. TIKKS ( I I ainady iukMrlb* U DM ' - . . Fill out tlw cou TIMt«. B* ArtL ·V« . That would mean olher livestock growers suffering similar losses could claim damages and a hew trial would be held to resolve then 1 claims. AP attorney Arthur Dunne said that at the same, would ask for a new trial or a judgment in the firm's favor. If necessary. he said the firm would appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals. Vandalism Reported Mike Moore of 20.14 Easy-St. fold Fayetteville police Thursday night that all the tires on lis car had been slashed while t was parked at the Ozark Bowling Lanes. 2300 N. College Ave., between 9 p.m. and 10:15 Thursday. . UEHBEB ASSOCIATE) PRESS Tha Associated Pmi 11 entitled «x elnjt«ly to tos nse for republlct- Kon of all local newt printed la thli nevrBoap«r u well ai aU AP ZAW» dispatches. SUBSCRIPTION RATES £!(«tlv» October I, 177! Home Uellierr Ftr'mxtb by carrier c.a Start* copy dftiJ? lOe, Bundtr Vo D.8. HIH In WihLflgtoi, Benbn. Majon Onto.' tt«, Ark.. idsLr Co., CX-U.: I monUM I 'IEAR 3t Bra Outside abova couatlcai I montiis 1 TEAR 18.00 ao.oo 40.00 . «.90 . U.OO aUJt, MAO, SCKSCBIPnO.vt BIJt IT AOVANCT Aon People Helping People Directors of _t -Funeral Service D£jf Services! IVAN*. Burton Alfred -- Friday. 10:00 a.m. Chapel of Nelion's Funeral Home. Rev, Steve Cranford officiating. Graveside services 3:00 p.m. Memorial Park, Tutoa. HILL. Klhl**n fuilt -Saturday, 2:00 p.m. Chapel of Netson'j Funeral Korne. Rev. Claude Comer officiating. Interment, Mt. Comfort Cemetery. Discrimination Suits Are Filed S u i t s charging housing discrimination because of race has been filed in U.S. District Court against three Fayelteville landlords. Separate suits were filed July 12 by Natalie. Dyer, Ailene Hubbard, William Betlon and Darryl E. Taylor of Fayetteville, against W a l t e r and M a r g i e H. Niblock, doing business as Home Park; Velma K. Tedfbrd of Tedford Mobile Homes and Raymond Phillips of Phillips Rental Apartments. The suits charge the defendants refused lo rent dwellings to the plaintiffs solely on the plaintiff's race. The four are black. Subpoenas were served on the businessmen earlier this week. Fayetleville Police .Department. "I did deliver to a Fayetteville Police Department officer in ' February 1972 .a ..defective title, to a 1953 : Jeep, previously owned byi thS county. Thus my acts are;,probably sufficient-to support '·" t h e misdemeanor charge. "The vehicle involved was.a junk Jeep and, the county gave the use of it to a police officer in July 1969;;'ahd ,it ivas made operable after extensive work by the · officer. , The Jeep remained, county records show, on the county's inventory r of personal property until 1972. ;i "In February 1972 Judge Lester decided, since about $400 had been spent to repair it, that title to the vehicle be transferred. "The judge put the title "in an envelope and I took. it to the Police Department. The title was delivered to a . police officer with instructions to give it to Mr. Wayne Stout. "The judge intended lhat the vehicle be transferred; and 1 intended only to carry out the judge's instructions. It may not have been clear-who would own the vehicle; but"'the prosecuting attorney himself has made!-it clear there was no evidence I profited from the transfer. NO WRONG DOING "I had no intention, of wrong doing; and do not believe there was any intention of wrong doing on Mr. Stout's part.' 3 have handled acquisition and use of about a , million dollars (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) with six inches .. of dirt. Plain- .. :iffs maintained ·' it is not and showed Coxseyr pictures of the ' garbage piled .'high and deep pliance and not in compliance with the court order were intro. , defendant ..and plaintiffs. These .. pictures were taken, qyer the past few months. Coxsey said, he -has appointed state department of pollution control and ecology area office unannounced visits to , :he T: landfill f-.eyery" /other"; "week. whether or not the landfill in compliance with the court On the basis of Smitherman's whether- Fulton -is complying and thus; purging himself of the " Coxsey.; said. Smithernian will worlh of surplus" property during the past five years. I regret my part in this technical error. Earlier this year, the judge began to .handle placer ment of personal property by court order only. This should Niblock Mobile Alton H. and MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! If you cannot reach yoor TIMES carrier PRONE 442-6242 Daily 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturaay 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 8:30 a.m. order. report 16 him" indefinilely. Democrat (CONTDfUED PROM PAGE ONE) ing a President are criminal acts that have a serious impact on the government. No such grounds are contained in the case before',-the committee, Hulchinsqri'said. A similar warning against misuse of the impeachment power was made by Latta, who said removal Of a president by a Congress under the.control of another party would produce a fundamental change in the American system of government. '.."-'I .··.-- , COMING THURSDAY, AUGUST 8 Charges Exchanged GENEVA, Switzerland ;(AP). -- Greece and Turkey ex-- u»_*-~~- ,-..*. .. : - j,i y wll luu uuui miuw IV tilt: changed charges here ^today back door then fried to remove the door by taking the pins over breaches in the fragile cease-fire on Cyprus, British delegation sources said. There was no early agreement on how to strengthen peacekeeping arrangements on the Mediterranean island. " ·'· Mining Bill Okayed WASHINGTON (AP) -- The House has passed a bill that would establish national ^nvi- ronmenfal controls for : coal strip mining, sending it to the Senate where similar legislation was approved last fall. A House-Senate conference to iron out differences between tha two versions was viewed likely. Entry Attempted Keith Cearley, manager of the Bonanza Steak House, 2356 N. College Ave., told city police this morning that s o m e o n e apparently fried to enter the restaurant sometime between 9:30 p.m. Thursday and 7:30 am.;loday. :,.i . Someone had attempted to pry 'off the door knob to the the (Htmi?B 35th Annual from Ihe hinges. Cearley estimate damage to the door between $50-$100. Iniured In Accident A Fayetteville man was slightly injured in a two-car accident at College Avenue and the entrance to. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center at-'4:50 p.m. Thursday. R, C. Shulz, 66, of 206 Adams St. was hurt when the car he was driving north on the inside lane of College Avenue struck a ear driven by Phyllis Ann Russell, 21, of 1900 Melmar Dr., as It pulled out of" th« shopping center eatranca onto College Avenue. i Special Interest Edition This is tfi» Isiu* that's packed with information about the area schools, such as starting dates, new programs, school activity calendars, etc. Parents: You'll want to watch for this Issue and keep it to have this information at your fingertips. Mr. Businessman: You'll want to lave your firm represented in this issue with you advertising message about the school merchandise) a ' services you'll be offering. Make Your Reservations Now! FINAL ADVERTISING COPY DEADLINE IS THURSDAY, AUGUST 1 Phont 442-6242 Ask for Display Avdertising

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