Â· Northwett Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Sept. 4, 1974 FAYETTIVILLE, ARKANSAS Springdale Planning Board Asked To Reduce Jurisdiction ' S P R I N G D A L E -- Kcp.osenta-llot were to be rezoned. ;tivcs from the Washington Â·County planning board requested Tuesday night at the . m o n t h l y meeting of the Springdale planning commission, that . t h e city commission consider Â·lessening its planning jurisdic- ' tion outside city limits. -..'The city presently maintains Â· planning jurisdiction -- and the I right to review all subdivision Â·plats, etc. -- within a five mile iarea from city limits. . The county planning board I asked that part or all of this tarea be turned over to it for r planning jurisdiction. ; Bud Â·" officer The 11 acres, owned by Harvey and Esther Reed, is located on West End Street, across 'rom Tyson Elementary School. The commission property from residential only Allen, administrative of the county planning board, noted that Fayetteville Â·found it d i f f i c u l t to keep track Â«f 11-- r : :,_ . . . .of the f i v e mile city limits. area outside Fayetteville recently drew in ;its jurisdiction line to two and Â·one half miles from the city : limits, the designated growth area for that town. Commissioners felt Spring;dale should also consider , drawing in its jurisdiction lines :bnt voted to first lake the Â·matter under advisement, GRANTED REQUEST The commission also granted a rezoning request at its regular meeting, although the layman's description of the property to be rezoned was unclear as to whether a small lot or 11 acres around the small Chances For Inflation Action Dim WASHINGTON (AP) -- A key White House aide says it probably is too late for the current Congress to act on any long-range legislation t h a t President Ford's inflation conference might recommend. L. William Seidman, chief coordinator of the Sept. 27-28 conference, said the likelihood of^ a mid-October congressional chances of changed the single-family to residential-office, Glenn Clark voting with no. The land borders multi-family residential zoning on the east and single-family residential zoning presently used for agriculture on Ihe norlh and south. Commission member Jerry C. Clark made the motion to 'grant the rezoning. He reasoned that even if the'legal description did state a smaller area was to be rezoned than actually intended, people, concerned About it would show up at the meeting 'whether it was one acre of H acres under consideration for rezoning." HWY. 265 DEVELOPMENT The planning commission also Nine Students Win Spots With Uarkettes Nine University of Arkansas students have won places in the Uarkettes, a musical entertainment group in the Department of Music, following auditions Wednesday and Thursday. P r o f e s s o r Kenneth L. illengcr, director, said the w Uarkclles replace students 10 graduated this past se- ester. Joining the soprano section tl he Paula Reno of Canton, xas, who is a former member tlie FaycUeville High School horalettes and who is trans- rring here from Tyler (Tex.) inior College; Mary Spencer El Dorado, twin sister of rmer Uarkette Margaret encer; and Karen Kitchens IIMD!' adopted concerning proposed policy development along Hwy. 2S5 which is now bein surfaced by the stale highway department. This north-south travels through FaycUeville and 'adjournment dims action on Capilol 1075. Hill before route that Springdale, Washington County will be used as a relief route for Hwy. 71 and as an industrial route. The commission follows Fay- elteville's p l a n n i n g , commission in us adoption of the policy. The policy deals with matters such as the frequency of intersections, left turns and the number of access points onto the highway. Purpose of the policy is to increase safety and provide uniformity. In the policy, left turns are recommended no more often than every 600 feet. Access points are suggested to be at least 300 feet apart. Subdivides will be encouraged lo provide collector streets from the residential areas to the highway so that every residential street does not open to Hwy. 265. Commissioners, recognizing thai the policy was not "a hard and fast one", suggested meeting between lives of Sprirrgdale the and County planning representa- Fayetteville, Washington commissions But. Seidman lold a reporter that administrative moves not Â· requiring congressional action would be made as necessary to . f i g h t inflation -- perhaps even Â· before the conference. His comments came as Ford blended economic consultations . with meetings on other domcs- ' tic and legislative issues. The President invited a group of Spanish-American leaders to the White House today for the signing of a proclamation designating "National Hispanic Heritage Week 197i." Â· = CAMPAIGN REFORM J ~ "Later in the day he- arranged to talk with aides about campaign reform proposals, then was to receive a briefing from . domestic council officials, confer wilh Environmental Protec- and the Arkansas Highway Department to discuss any revise ments in the policy. Commissioners also discussed request from the city building inspector's office that asked for sewer laps to be located on new subdivision plats. No formal action was taken but commissioners did not think the on the were taps could be marked ,, plat until after the lines laid. While the lines are being laid under the supervision of an employe of Ihe water and sewer department. marked on transferred tion. Agency chief Russell Train and witness the E. Â· stallation of Alan Greenspan as : chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers. After dinner, he and Mrs. Ford were to attend a reception = held by the Nalional Endow- Â· ment for the Arts Council and Â· then see "Mack and Mabel," a ; musical comedy at the Kennedy Center. ; Because of his concentralion I on economic problems, Ford '. probably won't disclose h i s i terms for granting conditional mer Ihe laps can be a plan and Ihen to the final plat commissioners .said. In other business, Wayn aullivan was recommended to fill .the vacancy created by for commissioner, J e r r j resigned earlie: No action wa: The commission also discuss ed whether to require develop ers to install street lights Nc action was taken as commis sioners felt more time an study was needed. . who this summer, taken on this. '. amnesty to 1 deserters and Vietnam war draft resislers ', until early nexl week. Press \ Secretary Jerald F. terllorsl 1 said. The President is lo address a Â· flroup of economists coming to | the White House on Thursday ; for the first of a series of pre'\ liminary sessions leading up to the inflation conference. ' Auto Stolen SPRINGDALE--A 1365 brown .; Ponliac Bonneville was re. p o r t e d stolen from the ; Donaghey Motors car lot on Â· South Powell Street sometime Â·; since June 20. Lot owner, Arthur Donaghey ' said he just recently discovered the car, left locked and parked . on his grounds, was missing. 1 Â· Registered owner of the car '. valued at S500 isWilliam Mars, 313 E. Allen Ave. 3?ortfjtoeÂ£!t Founded 1E60 212 N. East Are. Fareflevtlle. Art, TO01 Published daiT? and Sunday except January 1, July 4, Tnar.ksgivirig and Christmas. Second Class P'Mlage Paid at yeyellcvillc, Ark. Rabies Found in County Area Laboratory tests have con firmed a case of rabies in . cat in the western part o Washingon County in the are. of Dutch Mills arid Evansville. Health officials urge that dividusls in that area mak sure that animals have bee vaccinated against the disease "We recommend that all pets such as cats and dogs, h vaccinated and that all slra animals he destroyed," said Bi Parette. county sanitarian. Parette advised that individ uals, particularly childre avoid any animal which show abnormal and bizarre hehavio arrarRKn ASSOCIATE TRESS Tne Associated Press Is entitled exclusively lo flie ase for repubtlca- tion ot all local news printed In this newspaper aa we'! as all AP news dispatches. Coin Theft Reported SPRINGDALE -- Approx mately $200 in silver dollar half dollars and wheat pcnnie were stolen from the home Den I?. Deason, 1805 Taylo Ave., Tuesday evening. Entry was gained by breakin the kitchen window over th sink, police said. A neighbo lold police he saw two me drive up in a dark blue while the Deasons were awa The men, one in his 20's Lhe other a little older, walke to the front door and then to th rear The witness told police 01 man was carrying a hamm and the other held a gree trash bag. He decribed th younger man as having shor medium brown hair, and ey glasses. The older man h short blond hair, he said. SOBSOUTTIOV HATES EHective October 1. 1973 Home neTivery Per month by carrier ?3.25 Single copy daily 10c. Sunday 25c In Washington, Benton, Madison Coon- ties, Ark., Adair Co., Okte.: S months . 8 months __. Fayetleville, former a y e t t e v i l l e High School loralctte. Rosa Marie Hale of Brinkley, University j u n i o r who entcr- ined this past summer at the outhern Palace at Six Flags, ill sing alto. Other new members are Brad arger of St. James, Mo., and larles Brown of Houston, exas, tenors; Scott Doss of 'arren and David Brewer of 'est Fork, basses; and Jan oneau of Washington, Mo., anist. Choreography will be nder the supervision of Barara Bray, who teaches dance the Department of Health, h y s i c a 1 Education and ccreation. ilood Appeal Made or Denny Ledford An appeal for blood for Denny edford, a 13-year-old boy who is undergone heart surgery, being made by the Civilian ub ami the American Red ross. Denny has already recieved minimum of five pints of ood, and the club and the Red ross seek to replace the blood sed in a ' Houston hospital u r i n g Denny's surgery last lonth. The replacement has been dded lo the goal of 150 pints ach day set for the Red Cross Obituary MRS, JESSIE W I L E Y Prairie Grove--Mrs. Jessie Wiley, 63, of Fayetteville. died it her home Tuesday. Born Sept. 29, 1910 in Almii, the daughter of Leonard A. and Martha Frances Currier McMurry, she was a Baptist. Survivors are one son, John of Prairie Grove; one daughter, ilrs. Robert Brown of Fayetle- villc; one brother, Herman McMurry of Prairie Grove and six grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the Luginbuel Chapel with graveside services at 1 p.m. at Hixon Cemetery at Ozark. JIMMIE BROWNING Siloam Springs--Jimmie Dean Browning, -16, of Siloam Springs, was dead on arrival at the Siloam Springs hospital Tuesday. Born Oct. 9, 1927 in Siloam Springs he was a telephone repairman and a veteran of the Korean War. Survivors are the widow. Mrs. Alvina G. Browning of the visit here St. Paul's Episcopal September 11-12. The loodmobile two-day ext week. The Bloodmobile will be set .) at hurch ours on the first day are from 2 noon to 5:30 p.m. and from 1 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on the .st day. Red Cross volunteer are re- ruiting donors from the area meet the blood needs of Jashinglon County hospitals. Th Civitan Club is also ponsoring a drive to raise inds to defray medical ex- enses for Denny, son of Mr. nd Mrs. Glenn Ledford. Checks may be sent to the )enny Ledford Fund es- ablishcd at the First National iank in Fayetteville. Last week he f u n d had reached $2,300 and xpenses are expected to ex- eed $5.000. Kansas Couple Hurt In Tuesday Accident A Coffeyville, Kan. couple vas released after treatment at ipringdale Memorial Hospital Tuesday afternoon following a hree-car accident on Hwy. 68 vest of Springdale. State Trooper Keith Ferguson ;aid a westbound car driven by Fames D. Young, 25, of Route Â·, Springdale, slowed to make i left turn when it was struck n the rear by a vehicle driven by Jimmy Don Harrington, 18, of Coffeyville, Kan. The Harrington car spun around and was hit by a third 'chicle, driven by William toman Moore, 73, of Route 1, "ipringdale. Harrington and his wife, Mrs. Brooks Granted Hearing Slay In Houston Murders HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) -- David Owen Brooks has been granted a Nov. 4 hearing to determine whether he is mentally competent to stand trial for the murder of four of the 27 victims in the Houston mass murder case. At a pretrial session on Tue- day. District Court Judge William M. Hatten granted a request by counsel for the 19- year-old defendant and set the learing for Nov. 4. Brooks' attorney. Ted Musick, said his client is now sane. Dist. Atty. Carol Vance said the state will contend -based on the opinion of eighl psychiatrists -- that Brooks is able to help in his defense. If a jury finds Brooks insane he would be placed in a mental hospital until' he was able to stand trial. CHANGE OF VENUE Musick said i f . the jury finds his for plead his client was temporar- insane at the time of the slayings. Police said all 27 of the teen^ aged males were the victims ol homosexual torture and murder ring headed by Dean A Corll, 33, of suburban Pasa dena. Corll was shot by Elmer Wayne Henley, 19, another defendant in the case, on Aug. 8. 1973. The shooting was rulec self-defense. Henley was found guilty in six of the deaths by a j u r y las July in San Antonio, where the case was moved on a change o venue. He was sentenced to 595 years in prison. Police charge that Brooks and Henley lured their friends and neighbors to Gorll's home where they were homosexual! raped, tortured and killed After Corll's slaying. Brook; and Henley led officers to 2' Bodies found buried in am around the Houston area. client sane, he will move a change of venue anc I'raci Harrington, minor injuries. 18, received Ferguson said Harrington was cited for failure to yield the right-of-way and Moore "ollowing too closely. with PA Speakers Taken From Fairgrounds Harold Downing, an electrician at the Washington County fair grounds. told Washington County Sheriff's D e p a r m e n t Tuesday that someone stole three public address speakers f r o m the Prairie Gorve concession sometime this week . Downing told deputies that the speakers, valued at $150, are useless wihout the drivers which power the units. He said that the drivers were not taken. Davis Alfends Traffic Meet Jesuit Priest Is Dismissed BOSTON (AP) -- A Jesui priest from New York who per formed a 'laptism in Marlboro two weeks ago when loca priests refused on the ground the mother approved of free dom of choice for abortions ha been dismissed from the order The Boston Globe said today. Quoting a Jesuit familiar with the case, the Globe sai the dismissal of -Rev. Jpsep O'Rourke has not been mad public because confirmation o the action had not been re ceived from Pedro Arrupe, si perior general of the Society 0 Jesus in Rome. The paper said it was u n a b l to contact the Roman Catholi priest. Father O'Rourke, 36, baptize Nathaniel Ryan Morreate o tbe steps of the Immaculal Conception Church in Marlbor after parish priests refused b cause the infant's mother, Ca rol Morreale, said women ha\ a right to free choice in birt rontrol, including abortion. Davis, Oren U U V I 3 , \ji cu vinvy ,iuÂ£Â£*;3 of Transpor- gon tighten City Box Section -- . 16.00 80.00 40.00 Outside afoovo counts?;: 3 months .,, ~v . $ 5.50 month! __ 13,00 1 YEAR __ 34.00 A1J, MAIT, SUBSCRIPTION!! FAl'ABLE IN ATI VANCE Pipe Is Broken SPRINGDALE -- Copper pipes were broken from the concrete foundation of the Minute Man restaurant under construction on Hwy. 68 west during the weekend. Damage was estimated at $300. Dr. Grant M. Harris Professor tation in the University of Arkansas College of Business Administration, is attending a meeting of the Southern Traffic GAO Reports Military Duplication Of Effort WASHINGTON (AP) -- Som $57 million in federal funds wa wasted because the Army Navy and Air Force develope separate laser-guided missile the General Accounting Offic says. In a report released Tuesda by Rep. Les Aspin, D-Wis., th GAO suggested that the Pent MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! If you cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONG 412-6212 Dally S to 9:30 p.m. Saturday 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. League week. in Atlanta, Ga. r this Dr. Davis was to present the annual report of the Claims Committee of the League today. Mirror Stolen SPRINGDALE-The mirror glass of an automobile m i r r o r was stolen from the Raymond Boatright car sometime d u r i n g the weekend, police said today. Boatright did not know if the mirror was taken while the car was parked at his residence on Virginia Street or al the F u n City amusement place on Hwy. 68 west. ensure that its procedures one service doe not duplicate the efforts of ot ers in developing weapons sy terns. "The American people simp shouldn't be bankrolling inte service rivalry," ""'"* *--=frequent critic spending. said Aspin, of Pentago Appointment Seen NEW YORK (AP) -- Two a thoritative administration of eials say that President Fort! expected to appoint Gen. Ale ander M. Haig Jr. as suprem commander of the Norlh Atl tic Treaty Organization and United States forces in Europ the New York Times said in I day's editions. Haig, 49, is chief of the Wh: House staff. me: his mother, Mrs. Noma Browning of Siloam Springs; e brother, Willis of Gentry d two sisters, Mrs. Noma an West of Lake Jackson, x. and Mrs. Margaret Friend Union Grove, Ala. Funeral service will be nt 2 m . Friday at Wasson emorial Chapel with burial in ak Hill Cemetery. W. B. MAHAN W. B. Mahan, former head the department of Philosophy the University of Arkansas. ed Monday in a Dallas, Tex. spilal. He joined the UA cujty in 1923 and remained itil 1948 w heir he moved to alias to bead the philosophy e p a r t m e n I at Southern ethodist University. He re- ained nt SMU until his retire- enl in 19(30. Survivors are the widow, Mrs aldeen Mahan of the home; e son, William of Flagstaff, riz. and two grandchildren. Funeral and burial will be hursday in Dallas. ALBERT ROBERTS Albert Henry Roberts, 77, of .ireka Springs, died Tuesday a local hospital. Born July 1897 in Cowley County, Kan., e son of Charles T. and ella Elrod Roberts, he was retired farmer and a 50-year ason. There are no immediate sur- vors. Funeral and burial will be in infield, Kan. with local rrangements b y Moore's liapel. ELBERT HOSTELLER F,lbert J. Mostellcr, 85, of ^dependence, K a n . , died onday in Independence. Born eh. 28, 1889 in Clay County, . C., he was a member of e Church of Christ. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. 'a Alfa McChristian Hosteller the home; four sons, Lowell Corcoran, Calif, Aden of est Fork, Gerald of Phoenix, riz. and Jerry of Coffeyville, an.; four daughters, Mrs. elda Glenn of Fayetteville, TS. Ruth Muller of Springdale, Irs. Donna Miller of St. Louis nd Mrs. Leta Lowry of Inde e n d e n c e ; two brothers, harles and George of Haskell, kla.; three sisters, Mrs. Eliza "ogan of Tulsa, Mrs. 01 ^cGee of Muskogee, Okla. and Irs. Mary Ridley of Haskell; grandchildren and 28 great- randchildren. Funeral service will be at 2 .m. Thursday at Moore hapel with burial in Buckner emelery. Springdale Downtowners Schedule Picnic SPRINGDALE -- The Spring ale Downtowners Associatioi as scheduled a picnic dinner members and employes on ept. 17 from 5:30 p.m. to G:3i .m. atop the concrete box ove pring Creek. In its regular meeting Tues ay at the Chamber of Com nerce office, the group made lans for the event tha ill feature prizes and food Irs. Mike Tatman is chairman f the program. The approximately 20 mem ers present elected Ceci irown, of OTASCO, as .Hit rpup's representative on the i c e n t e n n i a l Community ommittee. In other business, the group iscussed the ongoing farmers larkel, held each Tuesday b; he Rural Mountain Producer Exchange. The market wil ontinue for as long as vege ables are in season in tin rea. Bush :CONTTNUED FROM PAGE ONE tominating conventions. Her husband, Dr. Elmer M Smith, is director of the Med al Bureau of the Iowa Stat department of Social Services They have two sons and on daughter. Ford met with Mrs. Smith o Tuesday and a spokesman sai afterwards that "party matter and party a f f a i r s " were dis cussed. New School Adopts Free Lunch Policy The New School at 2100 N F.evcrett, has adopted policie for free lunches for childre enrolled who are from f a m i l i e unable to pay the full price c m e a l s served under t h N a t i o n a l School Lunc program. The criteria for determinir eligibility is based on fami size and income. Application from patrons may be submitte at any time during the yeÂ£ to Carolyn Mathews, director Food services. Her First Day RICHMOND, Ind. (AP) -When 5-year-old Tani Jo Wai of Webster, daughter of M and Mrs. Mick Waltz, wi asked by her father about h first day al kindergarten, th conversation went like this: Dad: "Did you like it?" Tani: "Yeh." Dad: "Did you meet a lot kids?" Tani: "Yeh." Dad: "Did you talk lo you teacher?" Tani: "Yeh." Dad: "What did she say?" Tani: "She told me to be qu el." Army CONTINUED FROM PAGE OtX) the Army on Oct. 16, 1972. On May 28 of this year, the Â·my announced that Abratns id entered Walter Reed Army edical Center with a "mild rm of pneumonia," and thret. later disclosed that he had ng cancer. His left lung was moved July G. Released from the hospit.nl, 5 returned to the Pentagon on ly 25. But Abrams WHS back Walter Reed on Aug. 21 with hat was described as a blood ot in the leg. Another clot was found in the tery ng. of his remaining right French CONTINUED l-HOM PAGE ONE) eneh-African war started ere, they told us to go to ance and they would help us art over, but they haven't elped us at all." The Berenguers stayed inside seven hours while police nd sheriff's officers kept gil and friends told them me out. to Finally, Peter Noel Medina, , a friend who said he had milar claims, told them they ad won the public's attention id could do no more good by lending their slay. They oted to come out. Sheriff's deputies removed ree one-gallon glass jugs of ear liquid from the consulate fices after the Berenguers ft. Each was labeled in red: danger -- Gasoline." But a re department spokesman aid they contained water. Consulate officials were not vailable for comment on the erenguers' complaint. Sheriff's spokesman Jim Val- sz said no charges were Â·ought against the family be- ause "Ihey were on foreign oil as far as we are con- erned." Authorities said those' inside ere Joseph Berengvier, 52; harlqtle, 40; Jackie, 17; eannie, 16; Daniel, 14, and arbara, 5. Strike Halts Taping Of TV Comedy LOS ANGET.ES (AP) - Taping of the television show "All in ll\c Family" 1ms. been hailed for nonrly three weeks because Carroll O'Connor refuses lo cross a picket line of striking electricians to portray Archie Bunker on strike. "How could I pass guys on strike and go in and play a gny on strike and be f u n n y ? " , O'Connor asked. It was the second lime in two months that O'Connor has stayed away f r o m the popular CBS comedy show. He missed the first two episodes for the new season -which were taped without him -- when he refused to work because of a contract dispute wilti Tandem productions, owners of the show. He returned to work July 30 after an agreement was reached. O'Connor stayed out Friday, Aug. 23. and the taping was discontinued for the four-part strike series. Half the episodes were completed. He is honoring a strike by Local 45 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, which involves 17 air conditioning and electrical maintenance men. Leash Law JONTDTUED FROM PAGE FOUR) ;reet assessment districts, hereby tbe property owners in ach district would assume all osts of engineering studies as ell as the total cost of the ctual improvements. In the ast the city has assumed ome of the cost of engineering :udies and cost overruns of conduction. --Approved an ordinance ter- linating assessments in Sewer istrict No. 2 and refunding ny excess payments to the roperty owners. Although the debt was paid , 1971, the property owners ave been paying the assess- ient because an ordinance erminating the district was ever approved. --Approved the sending of a etter to Congressman John 'aul Hammerschmidt regar- ing the city's desire lo use le old Post Office building as a city hall and passed a esolution to that effect. Today In History By The Associated Press Today is Wednesday, Sept. 4, the 217th day of 1974. There arc 118 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1481, Los Angeles was founded by Spanish settlers. On this date -In 1870, the Third French Re public was proclaimed. In 1886, Apache Indians under Chief Geronimo surrendered to Gen. Nelson Miles al Skeleton Canyon in Ariona. In 1916, the American ex peditionary force in France suf fered its first casualty in World War I. In 1929 ,the German dirigible Graf Zeppelin completed a trip around the world. In 1940, the warned Japan United against Stales inter t'erenee in French Indochina and the Dutch East Indies. In 19G5, the philosopher ant h 11 m 11 i t a r i a n , Dr. Alber Schweitzer, died at the age ol 90 in his hospital in the African country of Gabon. Ten years ago: South Viet namese premier Nguyen Khanh sought to put together a stable government after two weeks of violent anti-government demonstrations. Five years ago: The U.S. Marine commandant, Gen. Leon- DONALB KEY Skyways Names Maintenance Director Donald Key of Shrevcpnii, La., has joined Scheduled Skyways as director of maintenance, General Manager Gary raves announced today. Key comes lo Skyways from Royale Airlines, a major southern commuter airline, where he served as maintenance director. Graves noted that Key holds a i r f r a m e , powerplant and inspector licenses from the Federal Aviation A d m i n i s t r a - tion as well as a pilot's license. He is a graduate of several maintenance schools and has had extensive general aviation and military maintenance experience. Graves said t h a t Â· Loyal Mason, Fred Waldrip and Roger Loge will assist Key in developing an in-depth maintenance program. Key is a hunting, fishing and camping enthusiast and a member of the Masonic Lodge. He is married and the father of one son. Charges Filed In Break-in Charges of malicious conduct were filed Tuesday in Washington Circuit C o u r t against Ward Gerard McMurtrey, 18, BOS Vandevenler Ave.. and .Joe Millcton, 18. Fayettevillo. in the Aug. 11 break-in at the House of Honda at 2715 - ~ " Ave. College Judge Bans Trouble Light -- A WASHINGTON (AP) ederal judge has ordered ialt in production and sale of a azardous trouble light but ays the free publicity given he light makes paid warning advertisements unnecessary. Chief Judge George L. Hart Â·. of U.S. District Court issued he permanent order Tuesday against the manufacturer, A.K. Electric Corp. of Brooklyn. M.Y., and 36 distributors and Â·etailers. But he turned down a government request that he order the irms to take out paid television and newspaper ads. He said the 'magnificent respone" of the news media to his personal requests for coverage of the hazards made warning ads unnec- ard end Chapman Jr., ordered an to discrimination against blacks in promotion, assignments and social activity in the corps. One year ago: A Los Angeles county grand jury returned secret indictments against unnamed defendants after the final day of testimony in the inquiry into the burglary of the office of the psychiatrist whose patients included Daniel Ellsberg, accused of leaking the Pentagon Papers. Today's birthdays. Henry Ford II is 57. Former baseball player and pro golfer Ken Harrelson is 33. Thought for today: When we are happy we ane always good, hut when we arr, rjood we are not always happy -- Os: Wilde. The two men waived the right of a trial by jury and pleaded guilty to the charges in agree- lent with Deputy Prosecuting ttorney Ron McCann. Washington County Circuit u d g e Maupin Cummings laced the pair under advise- nent by the court for one year. McMurtrey and Andrew Vinent Stone, 19. 659 Hammond it., were arrested shortly after silent alarm alerted Fayette- r ille police. essary. Authorities said the light oscs an electrocution hazard jecause the user's hand can squeeze the soft plastic handle and touch metal electrical receptacles. They said one of the lights was believed responsible 'or the death of a Florida man ast fall. The lights bear no brand name or other identifying m a r k s to distinguish them from other makes. Seven Indicted NEW YORK ( A P ) -- A special slate grand jury has voted ndictments against seven major oil companies, accusing them of acting to restrain competition by independent gasoline dealers here, The New York Times says. The Times said today that the indictments will be handed up Thursday morning in State Supreme Court against Mobil, Texaco. Exxon, Shell, Gulf, Sunoco and Amoco. Springdale To Gel Official Designation SPRINGDALE -- The city will receive its official designation as a national Bicentennial Community at a Chamber of Commerce luncheon meeting Sept. 24. The public is invited lo attend the noon meeting at the Fire side Inn during which slate and federal officials will nresenl the city's Bicentennial Community commitee with an American flag and a certificate. Under the direction of the C h a m b e r of Commerce, the city submiled its plans for the celebration of the 200th anniversary of the United States to state and national officials during the summer months. Springdale will 'be the first city in Northwest Arkansas lo receive official designation as Bicentennial Commuity. Oil Debate Set WASHINGTON ( A P ) The Special Session Of Board Set Thursday GROVF, ^ Thp Grove Board Senate has scheduled debate on whether to require that U.S. tankers transport 30 per cent of this country's oil imports amid claims the hill would increase both jobs and consumer prices. Passed by the House four months ago, the measure comes up in the Senate when it returns from its Labor Day recess today. Oil industry spokesmen have estimated the bill could cost American consumers as much as $60 billion between I9V5 and 1985 in higher prices for petroleum products. PRAIRIE P r a i r i e Education will meet in specia session Thursday at noon, ir the board room at the Middle School. Supt. Randall Spear said lha the special session will take thi. place of the regular meeting for September. Business to be discussed includes the replacement of the roof at the Middle School employment of personnel, anc approval of Ihe 1974-75 schoo budget. Do Your FALSE TEETH Drop, Slip, or Fall? 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