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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Won., Aug. 12, 1974 FAYITTKVILLI, ARKANSAS ii»iniiiniii!ii»^^ Obituary · niiniiiiuiiniiiM HARHAL RAKES · Harral Rakes, 51, ot Fayetteville died Sunday at a local hos- 'Pilal. Born Rogers, he Jan. was 18, 1923 the son of ·William Rakes. and Hazel Harral i Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Betty Rakes of Lhc home; three Isons, Johnny · of San Antonio. (.Tex., Gary of Fayetteville and -Penny of the home; ft daughter, Mrs. Mona McBride of Fayclte- ville;' two brolhers, Don of Rogers and Bert of Fayelte- ville; sister, Mrs. Carol RR a k e s of Fayolleville, his mother of Kayettcville and five ''grandchildren. Funeral services will be at ' 2 p.m. Wednesday al the Chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home with "burial in Ihe Hart Cemetery. MAUDE STERNER '-.Maude Chamberlain Sterner, 73. of Fort Wayne. Ind., died this morning in a local hospital. The mother of Mrs. Hal C. Douglas, she was a long-time teacher in the Fort Wayne public school system- She was a member of the Baptist Church and a 50-year member of Alpha Chi Omega. · In addition to her daughter, ?he Is survived by a son, Dan. of Indianapolis. Ind., and t w o "grandchildren. Funeral services will be In Brookston, Ind., on Wednesday, with burial at Chalmers. Inc. A memorial service will be held at the South Wayne Baptist Church in Fort Wayne on Thursday. The family request.'; that memorials be sent to the American Cancer Society, the Heart · Association and St. Paul's Episcopal Church. louking Pearce, a rcllrcd f a r m superintendent of the Arizona State Prison System, a former Arizona State Ranger and trainer of police dogs, a member of the Methodist Church and the tfasonfc Lodge. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Martha Jane Lawrence Pearce of the home; a son, Stanley of New Hampton, Iowa; two daughters, Mrs. June Cardwell of Tampa, Fla. and Mrs. Melba 3'Brian of Colorado Springs, Colo.; a step-son, Frank Grannes of Miami, Ariz.; three bro-j :hers. Bert of Des Moines, Iowa; Stanley of Reed Springs, Mo. and Russell of Phoenix, Ariz.; a sister, Mrs. Maybelle Miller of Gooding, Idaho; 10 grandchildren and three great- grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Burns Funeral Chapel of Bentonville with burial in the Bentonville Cemetery- Local Youths Face Burglary Charges Man Charged With DWI After Accident W. Howard Mathls, 30. of 18'A E. Center St. was charged with MRS. WILLIE REED Springdale - Mrs. Willie L. Reed, 70, of Springdale died Sunday in the local hospital- Born March 11, 1904 in Missouri the.daughter of Aaron and Lula Bohannan Baptist. Howard, she was a is survived by the hus- Jess C. Reed of the She band, home; two sons. Howard Thurman of Springdale and J. C. Thurman of Monrovia, Calif.; one step-son, Donald Reed of Anaheim. Calif.; two daughters, Mrs. June Gargano of Arcadia, Calif., and Mrs. Billte Wilson of Alamogordo, N- Mex.; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Curtis Bonnell of Fayetteville; two brothers, Emery Howard of Springdale and Dayne Howard of Torrance, Calif.; three sisters, Mrs. Floyd Butler of Siloam Springs, Mrs. Albert Fields of Springdale and Mrs. Jim Jackson of Atlanta, Ga.; 17 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Temple Baptist Church with burial in the Friendship Cemetery under the direction of Slsco Funeral Chapel. Arson Said Cause Of Apartment Complex Fire A large amount of flammable liquid, possibly gasoline, was Ihe cause of an Aug. 2 fire that destroyed 16 unils of a three building aparlment complex of East 15th Street, according to Fayetteville Fire Chief Charles McWhorler. McWhorter told the TIMES this morning that it had been determined through a lengthy investigation that the blaze was deliberately set. He said the investigation began immediately after the fire and included State Police and federal officials. McWhorter said the investigation has not revealed the name of the person responsible, but that the description of a car seen leaving the area when the blaze erupted has been ob- Charges of burglary are expected to be filed against two Fayetteville youths in Washington Circuit Court today in connection with the Sunday morning break-in at the House of Honda, 2715 N. College Ave. Ward'Gerard McMurlrey, 18, of. BOB Vindeventer Ave. and Andrew Vincent Stone, 19, of 1S59 Hammond St. were arrested by Fayetteville police shorlly after the burglary, In which nothing was taken. Police said a silent alarm sounded at police headquarters at 1:51 a.m. Sunday and that a patrol car was dispatched to the scene. Police said they found a small window broken and a larger window standing open and observed a person running from the rear of the building toward a wooded area. After a search of the area, police said they found the two hiding in weeds behind a nearby service station. Police said a car registered to anolher youth was found behind the service station with the engine still warm. A screen is underway tor the owner of the vehicle. Inside the car were a battery and numerous tools. The battery, police said, appears to have been stolen. Police believe the battery cables were cut with a pair of boltcutters, also found in the car. Both youths were released on 42,500 bond. driving while intoxicated following a one car accident Sunday night on Gregg Avenue, in which he was slightly injured. His injuries did not require emergency treatment. Fayetteville police said thai Mathls was the lone occupant of a car which went out of control while traveling south in the 1500' block ot Gregg Avenue. Police said that after the car went out of control just north of the Spruce Street intersection, it left the road, overturned in a ditch, slid some 15 feet on its top before striking a concrete driveway entrance, flipped over ngain and came to rest on its side in a driveway at 153B N. Gregg Ave. President (CONTINUED 1T.OM PAGE ONI) cat advisers, Ford conferred for a halt-hour with Secretary of State Hi»ry A. Kissinger. A s p o k e s m a n said Kissinger brought the President up to date on'the Cyprus situation. Meanwhile, the Soviet Union pledged to continue its policy of detent* and to seek with Ford a further improvement of Soviet- American relations. And in Cairo, the official Middle East News Agency reported that Ford's new administration has renewed the invitation to Egyptian President Anwar Sadat to visit the United MIAMI BEACH MAYOR DIES MIAMI (AP) -- Charles F. Hall, 56, the mayor of Miami Beach who hosted two national political conventions died Saturday after in 1972, .... suffering an apparent heart attack. The silver-haired Democrat, who often drove a silver Rolls Royce, decided recently to resign to run for Bade County mayor, a post he held until 1970. iinnniiiiiiniiiin Slates before the end of year. The Invitation .was tained. Two of slurctures S o u l h m o n t complex were eveled, almost before firemen arrived on the scene. Loss was estimated at between $150,000 and 5175,000. The 103S Is Insured. Firemen were hampered by the fact that no fire hydrants were near the fire and lines had to be laid a distance of 2,350 feet. three two-story the incomplete 'iiiiKiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiraMiiiiiiiiifliiMiiiiniiiiiiiit THE WEATHER Elsewhere Ford To Hold Budget Line On Pentagon WASHINGNTON (AP) -- Although a strong defense advocate, President Ford will make the Pentagon pull In its belt to save money, close associates predict. The first belt-tightening move may come within two months. A source familiar with Ford's thinking^ says Jhe ( Pentagon fi the expended by Nixon during his re cent Middle East tour. The President began his pubic day by worshipping at the Episcopal church near his suburban home. Kneeling in a back row pew with his wife Betty and 17-year- old daughter Susan, Ford heard a special prayer Tor the success of his presidency. "Give him the strength of spirit, body and mind needed for the tasks; the wisdom to see, listen and act for the good of all people," said the prayer written by Suffragan Bishop John A. Braden and read by the church's assistant rector, the Rev. Patricia M. Park. assistant rector also for comfort for Nixon, HI Lo Pre Ollk MRS. DORA SELLERS Siloam Springs -- Mrs. Dora Sellers, 78, of Gentry died Sunday in a Rogers nursing home. Born Nov. 7. 1895 at Decatur tthe daughter ot Boh and Liza Londigan .she was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star and a Baptist. - She is survived by one daughter. Mrs. Nancy McBroom of Delmar. Calif.; one brother, · Lee Londigan of Springfield, :Mo.; one sister. Mrs. Pansy Sharron of Gentry, and t h r e e .grandchildren. ; Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Gentry -Cemetery under the direction of 'the Wasson Funeral Home. Robbery Investigation Continues PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) -An investigation Is continuing Into an armed robbery Friday al a liquor store, here In which two persons were killed, a spokesman for the Jefferson County sheriff's department said Sunday. The dead were Identified by authorities as L. V. Rogers, 69, owner of L. V. Rogers Package Store at the junction of U.S. 65 South and Arkansas 81 near here, and Tommy Lee Hayes, 37, of Pine Bluff. Hayes apparently was one of the three robbers, according to Johnny Wilson, criminal investigator for the sheriff's depart- CHARLES W. WILSON "..· Siloam.Springs -- Charles W Wilson, 46, of Siloam Springs 'died Friday at an Oklahoma 'City hospital. Born April 18 ·192B at Warsaw, Mo., he was ;'a grocery store manager, a .veteran of World War II, the 'Korean Conflict and a Method- ·isl. He is survived by the widow, ment. The scene other with robbers fled the an undetermined Albany ALbu'que Amarillo Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Charleston Charlotte Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Denver Des Moines Detroit Duluth Fairbanks Fqrt Worth Green Bay Helena Honolulu Houston Ind'apolls Juneau Kansas City Las Vegas Little Rock Los Angeles Louisville Marquette Memphis Miami Milwaukee Mpls-St.P. New Orleans New York Okla. City Omaha Orlando Phllad'phia Phoenix Pittsburgh 81 48 87 58 82 63 64 48 72 65 85 68 90 73 82 52 89 56 76 62 95 77 83 67 B5 67 78 65 B5 64 80 67 81 70 . 89 56 82 6ft 79 69 64 58 74 45 69 77 82 57 69 47 88 76 93 78 85 63 75 M 86 71 103 76 89 74 77 66 clr cdy .01 cdy cdy cdy .84 m :37cdy cdy clr clr cdy .03 rn cdy cdy cdy .18 cdy .05 cdy clr clr .01 cdy .14 cdy cdy .02 cdy .04 cdy .10 rn cdy cdy cdy clr cdy clr cdy cdy "probably will have to eat" a iay increase of aboul $1.5 bil- _ion due in October for more than 2,160,000 military men and women and about one million civilian employes. By this, the source said he meant the Pentagon will have to absorb the increased cost, perhaps by cutting the number of personnel below levels planned by the Nixon administration. Some of those advising Ford believe the biggest spending cuts should come in manpower costs, which now account for about 55 per cent of the defense budget. Besides pay, such costs cover housing, food, clothing, medical care and other support of military personnel and their families. A new White House push to trim military manpower further could bring the first strain between the new President and Secretary of Defense James R. Schlcsinger, who has said U.S. forces already are thin. The asked who flew to his San Clemenlc, Calif., home on Friday. In Essex,. Mass., Ford's son Michael said he would like to see Nixon speak out and "make a total confession of what was his role in Watergate." The younger Ford is a 24-year-old graduate student at the interdenominational Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary In Wenham. Mass. At the White House, Ford signed the first bill of his administration--a measure authorizing the Coast Guard to adopt modern boiler and pressure safety standards for ships. He then signed a second mil, to make more flexible the penalties for violation of the Peri s h a b 1 e Agricultural Commodities Act. Later, Ford logged 17 laps in his backyard swimming pool while cameramen recorded the dally ritual which he said keeps his stomach flat. The President, who has 200 pounds well distributed over his six-foot-plus frame, jokingly or- raniminiiiiiHi All-Star Coaches Are Selected FORT WORTH, Tex. (AP) -Dave Carcia of the El Paso Dlablos has been .picked as manager of the Texas League All-stars In their game Thurs day- against the Texas Rangers of the American League. Garcia edged Joe Frazier ol the Victoria Toros by one per centage point. Garcia will be coach of the all-star squad. The manager spot goes to the team with the highest per centage record. El Paso, west ern division leader, has a 65-49 record with a 570 percentage standing. Victoria, 66-50, is .569. The all-star game will played in Shreveport, La., 7:30 p.m. Davis Cup Site Picked NEW DELHI, India (AP) -The Davis Cup match betwee India and the Soviet Union--th first ever to be played betwee the two countries--will b staged at Poona, 120 mile south of Bombay, beginnin Sept. 19 or 20, it was offlciall announced here Saturday. It was originally scheduled be held in Delhi, but sine there Is no grass court in th Indian capital, the match wa shifted, R.K. Khanna, secreta; of the All-India Lawn Tenn Association, said. The Soviet team will be th same that defeated Czec oslovakia in the European Zon B finals in July. It will be le by Alexander Metreveli, v, will face India's playing ca tain, Vljay Amrltraj. dered the photographers cease when he prepared climb out of the pool: "No pictures 'getting out of the pool. That's the worst." Woman Dies At 10 PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) Julia Anna Farrell, 107, SALT CAUTION Associates of both men say Wilson of the daughters, Mrs ;-Mrs. Bobby ·borne; two 'Nelda Hawkins of Akavogan. ·.Wash., and Miss Lisa Wilson of -the home; one son. Dale of the ^home; three sisters, Mrs. Irene -Wilson and Mrs. Patty Bishop Iboth of Siloam Springs, and ·Mrs. Louise Gaiche of Rogers; "and one brother, Leon of ;Quincy, Wash. Funeral services were held '.today at Wasson Funeral Home · Chapel with burial in the O a k : Hill Cemetery. amount of cash. A shernff's department spokesman said no suspects had been apprehended as ol Sunday night. Wilson said authorities had no idea how much money was taken in the robbery. "I guess we never will know now that he (Rogers) got killed," Wilson said. Ilavis Hester, the county coroner, said Hayes and Rogers died of multiple gunshot wounds. The two revolvers left in the store were being examined. The bodies were taken to the University of Arkansas Medical-Center at Little Rock for autopsy. II was the second armed robbery in a week at the liquor store. Wilson said the store also was robbed Tuesday night, but he said it did not appear that Ore. Me. SIDNEY PEARCE Bentonville -- Sidney Pearce, 75, of Bentonville died Sunday at the Rogers Memorial Hospital. Born Nov. 23, 1898 in Cornwall, England, he was the P'tland P'tland Rapid City Reno St. Louis Salt Lake San Diego San Fran Seattle Spokane Tampa Washington those robbers participated in Friday night's incident. 64 66 1.77 rn 76 55 .33 cdy 88 74 .04 cdy 88 75 84 59 .70 cdy 74 66 91 74 83 62 SO 70 85 6u 91 73 1.60 81 58 78 70 55 51 52 44 91 65 91 66 75 67 58 51 80 52 94 76 82 60 105 B3 74 82 83 91 64 67 cdy cdy cdy cdy clr rn clr clr rn cdy clr clr clr c d y . clr cdy cdy cdy cdy . rn cdy Ford and Schlesinger agree on most major defense questions. Including a cautious approach to a new strategic arms limitation agreement with Russia. Like Schlesinger, Ford has called attention to the race of Soviet weapons developments and said that "to prevent a serious Imbalance, we must continue to modernize and improve the readiness of our combat forces." While suporting detenle as a goal, Ford has said, "we must insure that our good will is not misconstrued as lack of will." Ford, who served for years on the House Defense Appropriations subcommittee, supports many of the key weapons programs which have been urged by Schlesinger and former President Richard M. Nix- Head Coach Named FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (AP) -- John Brophy, a long-time veteran of minor league hockey, has been named head coach and director of player personnel for the newly-formed Fayetteville Arsenal of the Southern Hockey League. During his 20-year playing career, Brophy was a member of the Jersey Devils and the Long Island Ducks of the Eastern Hockey League. Last year he- was appointed head coach of Ihe Long Island Cougars of the N o r t h Amerlcsn Hockey appointment . was Advance Razorback Ticket Sales Proving Successful A new program of pre-season azorback football ticket sales off to a good start, according Larry New, assistant football oach at the University of Aransas. The program, which has been use at other colleges and ilversilles throughout the alLon, was begun this summer nd may be moved ahead Into e spring next year, New said. He said reserve tickets for oth stand and end-zone seating ill are available with pre-sea- on tickets to Individual games vallable for the first time. The pre-season promotion egan this summer with the elp of several Arkansas banks nd affiliated food groceries in iltle Rock. Reasons for me. pre-season cket sales campaign are umerous but the main reason, ecordlng to New, Is to take Padre Rally Stops Pirates PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Dave Winfield's two-out triple in the eventh scored Gene Locklear md Willie McCovey, hlgh- ightlng a three-run outburst the pressure -Off of the ticket office wllh the big rush . to obtain tickets; by both students and area residents, the week before the games. New said, "We're Just trying something that other schools have been doing for a long lime. The University of Nebraska puts tickets on sale in January and next year we will start reserved seat ticket sales In the spring." Earlier this year the coaches were worried that the energy crises may affect the number of fans traveling to the games from all over the stale but with recent announcements by oil companies that fuel is plentiful and prices will be down that no longer poses a-threat. "We are in no w»y panicking about ticket sales," New stated. campaign » also means of letting area residents know that good reserve seats are available. "The story that the only way to get a good Razorback seal Is to have someone die and will it to you is not true. Good tickets are available that are not on a priority system; 1 ' claimed the coach. New added that the coupon campaign Is also an effort to Increase the number of persons on the department's seat mailing list, At reserve .._ ,, ..... present 18,000 persons are on th* list. It is hoped to increase that the San Diego 8-4 victory over wl di survived her 16 children, In a Portland nursing home Saturday. Born July 7, 1867, in Egypt, N.C., Mrs. Farrell lived through Reconstruction and the San Francisco earthquake. She once said the most memorable event which occurred during her lifetime was the first landing on the moon. and leading Padres to a 'Itlsburgh. That rally came against John Morlan, who had retired 10 straight Padre hitters after relieving Bruce Kison. A one-out walk to Enzo Hernandez started the Padres' winning rally In the seventh. Locklear followed with a double over Willie Stargell's head In left field, scoring Hernandez. McCovey was then intentionally walked and Wlnfield followed with a triple in the gap in right center. Hernandez' infield single added another San Diego run in the eighth. Each team scored three runs in the first. The Padres got theirs on McCovey's 450-foot home run to right-center with two men aboard- It was his 16th homer of the season. Pittsburgh bounced back against Dave Freisleben, 8-6, on a run scoring single by Star;ell and a two-run double by jchle Zisk. figure to 30,000 next year. ADVERTISEMENT -Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort They know · denture ndheilve can help. FASTEETH* Powder, [ives denturw » longer, firmer, ateadier hold. You feel more comJorttble... «t more naturally. Why worry? Get FASTEETH Denture Adhesive Powder. Dentures that fit ire essential to health, See your dentist regularly. ! e Guard Bought 1 MEMPHIS -- The Memphii Sounds acquired guard MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! If you cannot reach yoor TIMES carrier PHONE «Z-6241 Daily 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday 3 to 8 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. Williams and forward Chuck Collis Jones from the Kentucky Colonels in a cash deal League. Brophy' announced Friday by Southern Sports Inc., which owns the Fayetteville franchise Former Press on. But Ford would not necessarily move at the same pace In all such programs as he looks for ways to reduce defense spending while maintaining a strong defense, associates said. For example, some advisers indicated that he might slow the advanced Bl bomber while moving ahead as planned with deployment of the new Trident missile-firing submarine force. Also, they said Ford will carry forward nuclear weapons improvements and Initiatives Schlesinger has supported as l e d g e s against continued growth in Soviet missile strength. But one adviser forecast these programs will pro- id at "a very low level" of Race Of Champions LOS ANGELES (AP) -- England's Graham Hill, Brazil 1 ! Emerson Fittipaldi and Sweden's Ronnie Peterson were named Friday to represent Formula One road racing In the International Race of Champions. The $200.000 four-race series. matching 12 of the world's top drivers in identically prepared Chevrolet Camaros. starts Sept, 14 at Micnigan International Speedway. The second and third races are scheduled for the Riverside (Calif.) Inter national Raceway Oct. 26-27, and the fourth race runs next oval at Speed- Feb. 14 on the Day.tona International way. Ozark Society Meets Parkinson was an attorney f o r - t h e Committee for the He- election of the President. The other four defendants, all ^tortrjfaefit Srfwns tEirrutf 211 H. Eirt ATt- ajtlltillU, Ait, 1TM trt\y Ar.d Sunday except January 1, Julx i, ThanVsffiv]jig and Christina!, Second Cbn PosUffe Paid II F«yeileviU«. Art. MTOIRF.n ASSOCIATED PUKSS The Associated Preu Is enUtled exclusively lo (he U£e lot republlca- llon ot ail local news printed In DilJ newspaper as well as All AP aewj dispatches. SCBScnrpTTON PATES Effective Oclober 1. 13T3 Horn* Delivery F*r monOi Vy carrier --- ^. - }3.a Bnfli OOP? dill)' IDc. puniiy ?5c U.S. Mill Tn Washington, Bentnn, Madljoa OOUA- Ues, Ark., Aialr Co,, Olitl.: t months 1 YEAR ________ . Clly Bo Section I «.» , 30.00 W.OO Outilde itova eounlleit I month! ------- -- i -- I 9-50 « raonlhj ___ .__ ----- lam 1 YEAR -------- ~ W.M VJi MAITj ITDIIKrirrTIOM 1MYA1LE LV ADVANCE Cyprus (CONTINUED FROM PAGE minority. The plan would In- . volve moving around large numbers of families because Turkish communities currently are scattered through the island. G r e e k Foreign Minister George- Mavros has argued for a single government with some degree of self-rule for ethnic Turks. Foreign Secretary James Callaghan of Britain has proposed a compromise network of small political units-- cantons --within a federation. This plan would |; avoid the large-scale population shift ot the Turkish plan. Crash Kills 47 OUAGADOUGOU, Upper Volta (AP) -- At least VI persons were killed today when an Air Mali Jetliner crashed near here, the government reported. There were 13 survivors. The Russian built Ilyuahin-18 jet was en route from Jidda, Saudi Arabia, to Bamako, Mall, when it crashed. First reports Indicated that the pilot attempted a crash landing on the road linking the capital of this West African re public and Niamey, Niger. Secretary Pleads Guilty WASHINGTON (AP) -- Hubert H. Humphrey's former press secretary, Norman Sherman, pleaded guilty today to aiding and abetting Illegal corporate donations from Ine milk producers, a spokesman (or the Watergate Special Prosecution Force said. Sherman's business partner, John Valentine, also pleaded guilty, the spokesman said. Sherman and Valentine were charged in a criminal information with a single misdemeanor count of aiding and abetting the use of corporate money to purchase computer-mail lists used in Humphrey's 1972 presidential campaign and In a number of other Democratic campaigns. Sherman had . been Humphrey's press secretary when Humphrey was vice president. He and Valentine later formed a computer-mail (irm with offices in Minneapolis and Washington. The spokesman said the two entered guilty pleas In U.S. District Court in Minneapolis. J^leUon 7 * Peep I* Helping Peoplt Director* of _pk · Funeral Strvlc* Ijjjr Sorvlttii MAKIt, Hwnl -- WxlnMiJav, 2:00 p.m. CK»p«l al N t U o n i TunerM Horn*. JjiUmunt, Hart C«mtl*ry. undmg. Saw, Tools Stolen Ralph Dudley of Route 7 told sheriff's, deputies that a chain saw and a set of socket tools vere stolen from his carport Thursday or Friday. Princess Dies TOKYO (AP) -- Princess Fusako Kltashirakawa, 84, the seventh daughter of past Japanese Emperor Meiji, died in Tokyo Sunday. Meiji was emperor from 1652 until 1912. charged with conspiracy, are: Former White House domestic adviser John D. Ehrllchman; former Ally. Gen. John N. Mitchell; onetime Haldeman assistant Gordon Strachan; and former Asst. Ally. Gen. Robert C Mardlan. Their trial is scheduled to start Sept. 9 before U.S. District Judge John J. Sirica. A While House spokesman says President Ford has granted no pardons and feels the public would not accept a grant of pardon to Nixon if any future criminal charges are placed against the former President. 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