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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Aug. 28, 1974 FAVETTCVILLI. A R K A N S A S Springdale Residents Ask For Sidewalks SPIUNGDALE -- Parents '.upset-with their children having to walk to school on busy roads approached the City Council at its Tuesday night meeting to ask for sidewalks. The 17-memher group from the White Hills Addition told the council the school board Monday night informed them it could not provide bus service because of inadequate funding buses and a federal I But at Tuesday night's mcet- for more regulation for 1975 requiring every child to have ;i seat on the bus. The school board referred the group to the council and Vice- mayor Charles McKinney who is presiding over the city business in the absence of Mayor Park Phillips. Phillips is recuperating from a serious heart attack. ;i BRA-LESS BANDIT \ STRIKES AGAIN LOS ANGELES CAP) -- The braless bandit has struck for the second time in two days, but this time she dropped the loot. ,· Police said the woman, wearing a sheer blue blouse without « bra robbed a South Pasa- flena branch of the Bank of America of about $400 Tuesday after telling a female teller in a note: ; "Give me all the money you've got or you're dead." '· The bandit ran from the bank vvith the money in an envelope but dropped it while hopping into a late model Cadillac. The tar, driven by a m a n , sped away before she could retrieve It, officers said. . On Monday, a person believed to be the same woman held up a Los Angeles savings and loan office and made goo( her getaway with $2,600. Police said a red-faced male teller was unable to describe the fe male bandit's face, noting only that she was braless under \ight-colored blouse. Reinecke Sentencing Is Postponed By THE ASSOCIATED PRES! · SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP -- A federal judge has post poned sentencing Lt. Gov. E Reinecke for at least anothe month and Heinecke says he' gaining confidence that his per jury conviction turned. "I have, said Funeral Services Set For Three Crash Victims services were an- today for victims Funeral lounccd f a Tuesday airplane crash ear Alma which claimed the .ves of four Fnyetleville men. Graveside services for Roy Eugene Hopkins. 33, of Cliff- idc Trailer Park , will be .t 10 a.m. Thursday at the irannon Mountain Cemetery. Services for Eldon Walter 3ehlke, 44, of Route 4 will be it 2 p.m. Friday at Nelson's "uneral Home Chapel with lurial in Mount Comfort Ceme- ery. Funeral service lor Dayton Stratton will be at 2 p.m. Thurs- lay at Trinity Methodist Church, vith burial in Bluff Cemetery, Funeral arrangements- for Gregory Brltt Jeko, 26, of 1132 Paradise Lane will be announced by Moore's Chapel. Hopkins was born Sept. 10, 1940 at Hackett, the son of Roy A. and Lida Mae Mounce Hopkins. He was a steelworker and a Baptist. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Deby Hutchinson Hopkins of the lome; two . sons, Ricky and Rocky of Fayetleville; two daughters Becky of Fayetteville and Donna of Leariore, Idaho; his parents of Fayetteville; one sister. Mrs. Carolyn Tieaskie of Fayetteville; o n e brother, James of Prairie Grove; the maternal grandfather, John Mounce of Fayetteville and the paternal grandmother, Mrs. Pearl Hopkins of Rock Island, wns born April 11, ing McKinney told the group t h a t the council actually could do little to help the g r o u p since the land along Elm Springs Road and north of Gutensqhn Road between the housing addition and Elmdale School is in the county limits. One parent, ·Bill Massey, who arrived -at the meeting before the other parents and was asking the council for help when the others came, asked hat he as a parent could do. ASKS REFERENDUM Another parent not from the While Hills Addition and at the meeting from the start, Bii: Qloven, said he was sick anc tired of hearing everybody say there was nothing they coulc do. He suggested a bond issue or referendum be put on the November ballot asking the people if they would pay foi sidewalks throughout the city. ' M c K i n n e y said he did no think a general question sue! as "do you want and will you pay for sidewalks" could hr placed on the ballot. He said more exact cost and millagi figures would be needed. Massey then, and severa times throughout the meeting asked the council if it woulc undertake a cost study on side walks and after the study wu done, put the matter to a vote. By the meeting's end McKinney said the counci would study the feasibility fror the cost standpoint of a citj wide project. But the city could not spen Its money for sidewalks o county property, McKinne noted. Massey then asked Okla. Behlkc ,1930 at Fond du Lac. Wis., the be over-1 son of Walter and Martha Mul- previously my attorneys and I are confident .-.. that the trial record would be stricken," Heinecke told reporters Tuesday after learning of the decision by U.S. District : Court Judge Barrington Parker. "With today's announcement my attorneys and I are .even more confident." Parker, who presided over Reinecke's trial in Washington, announced the delay in Washington but did not give a reason for his decision. Reinecke was scheduled to be sentenced Friday fqrjhls role in the ITT affair. Sentencing is now scheduled for Oct. 1. Expense Account Decision Appealed LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A decision declaring expense accounts for elected Pulaski County officials to be unconstitutional has been appealed to the state Supreme Court. Pros. Ally. Lee Munson o Little Rock appealed the deci sion of Chancellor Darrell Hick man of Pulaski County to th high court Tuesday on behalf o the six county officials whj were ordered to repay th funds. The suit challenging the ex pense accounts was filed by Ro ger Mears, chairman of th county's Democratic Com millee. and Bob Scott, chair man of the county's Republica committee. key Behlke. He was a concrete contractor and a Baptist. Survivors are the widow. Mrs. Jackie Ivey Behlkc of the home; one son, James of tha home; two daughters, Carolyn of the home and Inez of Chicago, III.; his parents of Fond du Lac; five brothers, Donald of Oakville. Wis,, Clifford of Boisser City, La. and Leonard. Ronald and Richard of Fond du Lac; five sisters, Mrs. Shirley Sny'der, Mrs. Mary Snyder, Mrs. Lynn P'unk and Mrs. Betty elcls all of Fond du Lac and vs. Joan Bliske of Berlin, Wis. Jeko was born July 20, 194fl Pott; Arthur, Tex,, the son Edward and Abbie Nell Ttterson Jeko. He was a ullding contractor and a mem- er of the Christian Church. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. renda Diane Blcvins Jekn of le home; one son, Devin Britt the home; his mother of 'ayelteville, his father of Texas nrt one sister, Mrs. Angelea larrs of Fayetteville. Stratton was born June 15 931 in Whittier, Calif., the son f Frank and Hassell Maguire itratton and was a Methodist. He is survived hy the widow, Mrs. Lois Stratton of the home; wo sons. Randall and Ronnie, loth of the home; two daugh- ers, Ginger of the home and Mrs. Linda Anderson of Springdale; a sister, Mrs. Joyce Nadine Higday of Orange. Calif.; one half-brother Steve O'Hara of South Carolina and one half- sister, Miss Susie O'Hara of Orlando, Fla. and his step-mother, Mrs. Linda O'Hara of Winter Park, Fla. there was any 'way the cit could annex the propertj McKinney said it could if th property owners of the Ian along Elm Springs and Guten Roads wished to annex or the city as a whole voted t annex that property. He said he preferred to g the property owners to want annex rather than to force the to if. the vote by the peop was successful. Massey and other paren said they would meet with th property owners and see if the would annex all or a strip their property large enough f sidewalks. But to solve the immedia problem, councilmen suggest that the shoulders of Gutenso! Road be extended by II county. McKinney agreed to talk \vi the Washington County jud today about spreading grav and chat on the road shoulder Italian President To Visit Washington .WASHINGTON (AP) ident Giovanni Leone -- Pres of Ital will come to the United State next month to talk with Pres dent Ford. Jerald F. terHorst, Whit House press secretary, said Tuesday that the visit will gi\ Leone and Ford a chance to r view current issues involvir both countries. President Ford issuer] the ii vilalion, renewing one extende months ago hy former Pres ilcnt Richard M, Nixon. MS N. Fail Air. V»yit!Tllle. 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West Gas ._. ..... 12W-12% tearney Natl .......... 5^-5% Minute Man ........... 2V4-ZW Pioneer Foods ........ 4%-5VS H K Porter ........... 32V4-33W td, Register . ..... 1214-13 , Tyson . Foods ........... 6-6VS Yellow Frt ...,.'.... .-.35,14-36% AVEHAGES Inds ..................... up .08 Nixon Retains D, C. Attorney July Economic Index Rebounds WASHINGTON (AP) -- The government's measure of fu- 17V4 29% ;.. 33'/is .. 56 11% 5'A .. 26V4 . 23 WASHING'I'ON (AP) -- Former President Richard M. Nixon has rclained Herbert John Miller Jr.. a Washington attorney, to replace James D. St. Clair as his personal lawyer. "It's no secret. I have been retained." Miller, a former Justice Department lawyer, said on Tuesday. "Beyond that, I h'a ve" n o' com mment." St. Clair. of Boston, quit after Nixon resigned from the presidency. Miller. 50, was assistant attorney general for the criminal division of the Justice Department from 1961 to 19G5. Since then he has been a partner in the Washington law firm of Miller, Cassidy, Larroca- Lewin. He was the attorney for for- mcr Ally. Gen Richard G. Kleinclienst and also represented two other Watergate figures, former White House special counsel Richard Moore and William O. Bittman, E. Howard Hunt's attorney, when they appeared before the Senate Watergate commitee last year. ,ure trends in the economy rebounded in July on the strength of an improved job picture and labor costs, the Commerce Department reported today. The department said its index of leading indicators pushed up by 1.8 per cent over June, when the index recorded its only drop so far this year, a six-tenths of Obituary JOHN EARLY Huntsvllla -- John F r a n k Early 76. of Huntsville died Monday in the Madison County Hospital. Born Oct. 27, 1898 in Rockcoat. Ky., the son of Gunice and Loy Skeins Early, he was a Baptist. Survivors Arnold and 1 per cent decline. The Commerce Department Trans up Utils down Volume".' 3,930,000 -- OPENINGS 3.50 7.25 COMMODITY September Corn November Soybeans -September Eggs February Pork Bellies ... December Wheat ·· MASCOT SHIRTS TO BE SOLD Mascots T-shirts will go on sale Friday at Hamay and Woodland Junior High Schools and Fayelteville High School. The sale is conducted by the Fayetteville Band Parents, an organization established to support the band programs in the city schools. Each shirt, made in the school colors and bearing the school mascot will be sold for $3. Three Sebastian Counly Prisoners File Lawsuits FORT SMITH, Ark. (AP) -Three prisoners have filed "separate lawsuits in U.S. District Court, contending that they suffered from police brutality and were incarcerated in filthy conditions at the Sebastian County Jail. The defendants are Sheriff against several Fort Smith po licemen and Sebastian County aw enforcement officials. The deendants are Sherifl 3111 Cauthron of Fort Smith lis deputy, Harold Stafford and county jailer Noel Glover Also named as defendant in one suit was the chief of police Carl Beyer is the Fort Smitl police chief. One plaintiff, James ElHng burg, sought $25,000 in damage from Cauthron and $50,000 frorr Stafford. Ellingburg conlende that portions of a court file medical records and letter from Gov. Dale Bumpers wer destroyed or lost. He accuse Glover of withholding mediin that had been prscribed fo Ellingburg. Ellingburg also cpntendei that conditions at the jail wer unconstitutional. He allege that he saw a deputy use a electric shocker on a prisoner that inmates suffered polic brutality; that the jail was fi hy; mattresses were "bug-rid den" and plumbing and lightin were inadequate. A second suit, filed by Jimm McCormick, sought $10.000 i damages from Canthron, con tending that he was denie medical care. Haskell Moses filed the actio No Restrictions Set On Whea1 r Cotton WASHINGTON (AP) -- Secretary of Agriculture Karl L. Butz announced this week that wheat, cotton, and feed grams producers will have no government' acreage restrictions in 1975, the second straight, year for wide-open production. But wheat farmers may not increase plantings for next year's harvest from what they had In 1974, says the National Association of Wheat Growers, "The assessment is based on reports that most areas have already made full use of available land and any increases in leat acreages are likely to be fset by shifts to other crops cause of favorable price rela- inships," the association said its weekly newsletter. Coon Hits Justice Of The Peace System RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. (AP) -- Ken Coon of Conway, the Republican nominee for governor, said Tuesday that the justice of the peace system in Arkansas should be abolished. He called the system a rubber stamp for the county judge. "The JP.'s are not involved n an ongoing said, "They mak of meetings a county is actually run by the county judge. Coon said he favored a county commission form in which 10 or 15 persons are chosen to run the county's business. said the strongest upward pres sure came from the cost of labor involved in production. The (rice-labor cost ratio improved y 3 per cent in July, meaning $10 worth of labor produced $11.70 worth of goods, compared to $11.36 in June. New claims for unemployment benefits shrunk to 282,000 in July, the lowest level since November. Other improvements were re- lected in a longer average work week, increased orders for. durable goods, increased spending on factories - an equipment and higher prices 'or industrial materials. Exerting a downward influence on the index were declining stock prices and a dip in the number of building permits issued. The over-all index is designed to foreshadow future trends in the economy, but economists debate whether it is accurate. The index has moved steadily upward since 1973, although it was relatively stationary late in the year just prior to two consecutive declines in the nation's total output of goods and serv- are four sons. Gary of Toledo. Ohio, Glen of Dallas, Tex., and John of Clifty; three daughters, Mrs. Zella Henley of Cincinnati, Ohio, Mrs. Idel Coleman of England and Mrs.' Ruth Houston of Middletown, Ohio; one brother, Sie of Rockcoat; two sisters, Mrs. Nona Harmon of Williamsburg, Ky., and Mrs. Maud Golden of Greenfield. Ind.; 17 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral service will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Brashears Funeral Chapel with burial, in Clifty Cemetery. MRS. EDITH SWEARINGEN R o g e r s ' -- M r s . Edith J . Swearingen, 91, of Rogers, (tied Tuesday in the Rogers hospital. Born Aug. 25, 1883 in LeSeur. Minn., she was a Baptist. Survivors are one son, John of Rogers; two daughters, Mrs. R. S. Terhune of Lake Bluff 111. and Mrs. W. S. Gayord of Shawnce Mission. Kan., and eight grandchildren. Funeral service will be at i p.m. Thursday at Callison Funeral Chapel with burial in Rogers Cemetery. MRS. OU1DA O'NEAL Rogers--Mrs. Ouida Pearl O'Neal, 58. of Gateway died Monday in a Tulsa hospital. Born April 11, 1916 In Texas, the daughter of John and Amanda Bradley Bailey, she was a Baptist. Survivors are the husband, Robert O'Neal of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Sallie Williams of Bentonvllle and Mrs. Phyllis Pattillo of Brocton, N. Y.; one son, Ronald B. Holder of Joliet, 111.; two sisters, Mrs. Vassie Dale and Mrs. Mae Elms of Carlsbad, N. M.; one brother; Jack Bailey of Carlsbad and six grandchildren. . Funeral service will be at 2-30 p.m. Thursday at Burns Funeral Chapel with burial in Huddick Cemetery. ____^ basis," Coon e only a couple year and the also favored abolishing two-year gubernatorial Farmers Headed For Second Best Year Delate and He the term in Arkansas because "the man elected to the position is having to be a constant candidate. "When you're always a candidate, then you tend to a'gree so you.'ll stay popular and your judgment is not as good. I favor four-year terms, either one or two. Charges Filed Charges of indecent exposure were filed Tuesday in Washington Circuit Court against Don Walters, 24, 205 Carlton, Springdale, in connection with an incident A u g . 21 at Walters' home involving a 13-year-old girl. against Cauthron and Beye: contending that his imprison ment violated his constitutionn rights. Moses alleged that he wa fined S170 and given a 90-da jail term on a charge of mar juana possession in August an that he was found guilty late on a charge of driving while it toxicated and was given a 18 day term. He contended tl punishment constituted doub jeopardy. Iced Tea And What? WASHINGTON (AP) They're serving a new drink al the White House these days. "What's t h a t drink?" Presi rlent Ford inquired across the Cabinet room when he saw seme of his economic advisers on apricot-colored, iced tea and pineapple sipping drink. "Iced luice," came the reply. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! H you cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONE 44Z-6MZ Dally s to 6:30 p,m, Saturuay 3 to B p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 »,m. FTC Asked To Probe Sale Of Hearing Aids LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Th sale of hearing aids by ma prompted Arkansas Consum Research to ask the Feder, Trade Commission to i: vestigate such practices. Consumer Research sa Tuesday that it received a con plaint from a person who r ported receiving an advertis ment for hearing aids fro: Montgomery Ward along wii hi--- monthly bill. Consumer Research said sue sales arc prohibited hy Act IS of 19(15, which requires hearir and speech tests before the sa of a hearing aid. A letter wns sent to Mon gomory Ward asking the fir: to stop mail order sales hearing aids, Consumer R search aald, Prime Minister Enters Hospital WASHINGTON (AP) spite crop losses from planting last ' spring drought this summer, farmers are headed for their second- best income year on record, the Agriculture Department re- jorts. In 1974, USDA said Tuesday, net farming may total $26.5 billion. Although down sharply 'rom 1973's record of $32.2 bil- ,ion, the new estimate is 5 to 10 jer cent more than some Two Persons Hurt In Three Car Accident Two persons were treated and r e l e a s e d a t Washington Regional Medical Center Tue.s- day evening following -a three car accident at the Intersection of the. Hwy. 71 bypass and Johnson Road. The two are dentified as Mrs. Brenda Kay Ray, 23, of 1764 N. Leverett NAZI PARTY LEADER DIES MUNICH, West Germany (AP) - Otto Strasser, 76, a leader of the left wing of the Nazi party until Hitler purged him in 1930, died Tuesday. An exile from 1933 until 1955, he made an unsuccessful attempt to found a new national socialist party on his return, and spent his last years in obscurity. analysts were months ago. saying a few Ave. and Mrs. Melva Byrum, Fork. 32, of Route 1, Jean West At that time the department was counting on huge wheat and corn crops and generally lower prices for some key corn- other diffi- yields, modities. But drought and cultures have reduced resulting in higher prices. Thus, say USDA. economists, 1074 net income will be up from the earlier estimates. Fayetteville police said the accident occurred when a car, driven by Mrs. Byrum, struck the rear of the Ray vehicle pushing it into a car driven by Jacky Joe Parnell, 31, of 2575 W. 6th St, Police said Parnell was in the I northbound lane of the bypass and the Ray vehicle in the southbound lane. Both had stopped to make left turns when the accident occurred. Mrs. Byrum told police that her baby had fallen onto the floorboard of the car and that she leaned over to pick up the baby. The impact forced the Byrum car across the center line Into Parnell's vehicle. ADVERTISEMENT -.. Vandalism Reported Larry Sanders, 756 N. Washington Ave., told Fayetteville police that a three inch gash was cut in the top of his convertible Tuesday morning. The ear was parked at his residence.. Do This If FALSE TEETH Drop At The Wrong Time Afraid fatae teeth rvjU drop at the wrong time? A donturo adhesive can help. FASTBETH* Powder gives dentures a longer, firmer, steadier hold, Why b e embarrassed? For more security and c o m f o r t , uso FAS- TEETH Denture Adhesive Powder, THEY'RE MOVING MEN, NOT MIRACLE MEN Expert care and handling of your household possessions Is everything you can reasonably expect from the moving man. 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The only bulletin issued so ar says that Kirk suffers from ersisling symptoms similar to] hose which forced him to rest or two weeks in May after an iteration for varicose veins. At that time, a blood clot set- led in his right lung, giving ise to a condition similar to ineumonia. Ten days ago Kirk contracted what was diagnosed as gastric Influenza. Kurt Waldheim Hospitalized NEW YORK (AP) - United Nations Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim has been admitted to Doctor's 'Hospital for treatment of severe gastritis, a U.N. spokesman said today. lie was reported in good condition and was expected to be lischarged within one or two lays. Waldheim, 55, was taken to the hospital by ambulance from " home just before midnight Tuesday, about three hours iftcr he arrived on a flight from London following a 10-day rip to Cyprus, Greece and Turkey. Lake Levels LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Lake Levels Level Change Beaver 1116.3 D.I Table Rock 915.1 unch. Bull Shoals 668.4 D.3 Norfork 556.7 D.S Grcers Ferry 457.5 D.2 Plants Stolen Mrs. Helene Gates of 341 N Willow Ave. told Fayetteville police that a large pot, con taining a spider plant, was stolen from her yard sometime Tuesday. People Helping People Directors of jerk Funeral Service lJ* Services: B E H L K C Zldon W»ll«r -- Friday. 2:00 p.m. Chapel of Nelson's 5"unerfi] Home. Rev. PreMon BaumEardnor officiating- Interment Mount Comfor (Cemetery. HOPKINS, Hoy Iu(en«--Thurs- day 10:00 a.m. Brannon Mountain Cemetery. Rey. Allen Bullock official I nl. f TRATTONp Dayton -- Arring«- menta pending. BACK · TO - SCHOOL means BACK TO SIGLER'S for Your BAND HEADQUARTERS Top brand instruments available in our store on rental-purchase arrangements. All money paid on rent applies to purchase price. Remember - Interest Rates are lower in Arkansas man in Oklahoma. We Have Former Band Directors To Assist You In Your Selection. 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