Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 28, 1974 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 28, 1974
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tott frtm MtiOHM WtAJHt* »»**#*, MOM UJt " ' ' " Weather Forecast Showers are forecast Wednesday over widely - scattered areas In centra! and eastern Thunderstorms Trail Behind Cold Froni By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thunderstorms moving in the wake of a cold front dumped rain from Texas to New England today. Deluges measuring as much as 7 inches caused flooding in low areas of Central Texas. Up to 4 inches of rain fell on parts of Pennsylvania late Tuesday, and more than 3 inches drenched southwestern Missouri during a four-hour period. One to 2 inches fell in eastern Oklahoma and Missouri. The cold front brought cooler temperatures to the upper Plains, Mississippi Valley and Great Lakes region. Overnight readings in those areas dipped into the 50s and 60s. states. Warm weather is forecast lor all areas except the northern PI«lns, photo Map) (AP Wire- Conditioner Theft Draws 42 Year Sentence LITTLE ROCK (AP) Charles E. Brown, 31, of Little Rock was sentenced Tuesday '.o 42 years lor stealing an air conditioner. Judge Richard B. Adkisson of Pulaski County Circuit Court issued the sentence after finding Brown guilty of burglary and grand larceny. Adkisson sentenced Blown to 21 years on each The terms are lo be served con secutiyely. Adkisson said each sentence was the minimum possible under the multiple offender statute that provides for increased sentences on proof of previous felony convictions, of which Brown had f o u r . Brown contended that a ma stopped him as he was drivin and asked him to load up th air conditioner and take it t another location.- The police a rested Brown in the process o taking the air conditioner. The unit was allegedly stole from the Ives Head Start Cen ter here. Big Soccer Deal LIVERPOOL, England -- E erton Soccer Club bought mi fielder Martin Dobson fro Burnley for $720,ODO j n the bi gest straight cash deal for soccer player thus far in Br ian. Slate Notables See Confusion Of Authority In Jones Ruling y THE ASSOCIATED PUKSSiJonos. ibllcan candidate for govcr- ir, suid Tuesday night that a ourt ruling reinstating Sen. uy H. "Mutt" Jones of Conay info the Arkansas Senate as "disgraceful and an insult the people of the state." Special Judge Jack Lessen- erry of Pitlaski County Circuit ourt prohibited state officials uesday from withholding Sene salary or calling an election choose a successor to Jones, ho was ousted from the Sente Aug. 1. Jones has been convicted ol ederal income tax evasion. In a prepared statement, oon asked what it would take o get the Jones case resolved. "I'.'s especially repulsive to ave to continue to pay this lan wilh our tax money," oon declared. Coon called on the voters to ood the senators and news- aper editors with letters of 'isapproval. . . . . "As long as we have a con- icled felon serving a s , o n e of ur elected officials, liow can as citizens of Arkansas have ny respect for our state gov- rnmbnl," he said. 0;ov. Dale Bumpers said the uling would throw the time- able off and that an election in enate District 21 could not be eld soon. He noted that, other- vise, the general election could ave been held Nov. 5, when tlier elections are scheduled. Of the ruling, Bumpers said, It would have been my hought, of course, that the Senite was the sole judge of the [ualificatons of its members md they could handle it in any nanner they felt appropriate." State Sen. Ralph Patterson of orth Little Rock said Tuesday he would "certainly anticipate hat there would be an effort to Jlock him (Jones) from being seated" when the legislature convenes in January 1975. Asked if he would initiate hat effort, Patterson said, "I already have." He referred to a rilling he obtained from the S e n a t e Rules Committee recently that the seating of Jones could he considered in January. He refused to say, though, if : would make a motion not to seat Jones. Jones was asked if he was surprised by the decision. "If I am surprised about this deci- ion," he replied, "I am pleasantly surprised." Jones said he might have more to say later. One of his attorneys, John Harmon of Little Rock, said after the ruling that if the attorney general appealed the decision, Jones' options would include the right to a cross-appeal on the question of whether the July 12 Senate action barred the Senate from ever reconsidering the expulsion of already has filed an appeal to he Arkansas Supreme Court. "It Is satisfying that the clr-i cull cmirl has recognized the const itulionnl prerequisites to he exercise of the Senate's lower," Harmon saiit. "The Sennlo docs have the power lo expel a senator, but the exercise of that power must bo in accordance with constitution! standards of due process...." The Senate had voted on July 12 against expulsion On Aug. 1, the Senate expunged (lie rcconi of that vole and expelled Jones. Northwest Arttansaj TIMES, Wed., Aug. 28, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, A R K A N S A S Thrift Tip Prevent a crust from forming on leftover paint by pourinf? an inch of water on top of the paint before you close the can. When you are ready to use the paint again, skim off the excess Wcitor with an old tablespoon. OF THE REGULAR PRICE O/ ONE-HALF O OF KuY - SOMEONE MAY ' THE ITEM BEFORE YOU! WEDNESDAY MORNING 7*0 A.M.SHARP Joors Close Sal. Noon Joors Cloje | LINCOLN LUMBER CO. On the Square in Lincoln, Ark. Mon.-Frt. 7:30-5 -- Sot. 'HI 12 GO PRETTY in "Lady Lace"TM by Bali Go pretty. . . .and at the same time have comfortable shape and support for the bust. 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