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September 23, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Northwest Arknnsn* TIM". Mon., Sept. 23, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS · " ·E J HfSffi One Dead, Another Wounded in Crawford County Stiooiing VAN BUREN, Ark. (AP) -- inglon-Crawford county line, he One man was killed and aiipth-|i, a( j n, cm S t 0 p an( i marched er was -wounded in a shooting spree at a service station near here Sunday! authorities said. Dead is Charles Person, 49, of Arkoma, Okla. A spokesman for Sparks Regional Medical Center in Fort Smith said Norval Nielspn. 50, of Alma, the service station operator, was in serious condition Sunday night. She said Niel- them into the woods and threatened lo kill them," McFerran said. "They knew he would kill ;hem, and so Ihey look chance and jumped him, and il was successful." Authorities said Ihe hunters held the man until law cnfore ment officers arrived. McFerran said the suspect condition was fairly stable and thai lie was in Ihe intensive care unit. Authorities had a Fort Smith man in custody Sunday night but no charge had been filed. After Ihe shooting, Ihe sus- pecl allegedy slole a pickup truck, kidnaped two hunters and threatened lo kill Ihem before lie was caplured, State Police said. Sheriff Bill Vickery of Crawford' County said Person and the suspect drove a pickup truck into the station about 7:10 a.m. and thai the suspect shot Person, who was driving, and then kicked him out of the truck. The sheriff said it was not known yet whether Nielson heard the shots and came to investigate and was shot or whether one of the bullets that killed Person struck Nielson. The suspect then drove t h e truck north In Arkansas 59 and turned off on Arkansas 220 where he w r e c k e d the truck near Cove City in Crawford County, Vickery said. "Two hunters heard the wreck and came to help him," Lt Ken McFerran of the Stale Police said. "But he forced them lo lake him in their truck on down the highway." A spokesman for Ihe sheriff's office, however, said three hunters were involved. The spokesman explained that one hunter first became involved, then the other two showed up. McFerran said Ihe suspect fired several shots in the roof of the truck, but the hunters were not harmed. "When they got lo Ihe Wash- was captured about an hour after Uic shooting incident. Phone Thefh LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- More ban $10,000 has been sloleii hiring the past 18 months from coin telephones operated by Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. in Arkansas. Several arrests have been :nade in connection with the )rcak-ins thai aulborilics say also are affecting five neighboring slales. The investigation is conlin uing by slate police in Arkansas, Tennessee, Missouri, Mississippi, Texas and Kentucky. Authorities said the manufacture of a tool called a "puller 1 or "pusher" has been used to break into the telephone coin boxes and that it was traced to a tool and die maker in Norll Liltle Rock. The man con firmed that he made such a tool but did not know what i British. Economy Beyond Political Help LONDON (AP) -- The pre- liction making the rounds here that whoever wins next month's election will fail to solve Britain's problems. The Laborites and Conservative havCj tried for a dcc- ·ide without success to arrest Britain's long postwar economic decline. Once again the same men are offering much the same policies. The Liberals and other small parties suggest new ideas,; but they come from men with no governing experience, was to be used (or, authorities said. Various coalition governments remain possible if, as in February, the British public denies a majority in Parliament to any one parly. But peacetime coalition governments in Britain havt a poor record. In short, wherever the British voter turns -- to major parties, to minor ones or to coalitions -the prospects appear less than encouraging. Politicians in all parlies agree that in the Oct. 10 election the British democratic system could be on trial. Part of tho problem is beyond Britain. All parlies cite Britain's an- nual inflation rate of 10.0 per cut as the top issue in the campaign. Yel inflation is a worldwide problem amd other countries have had lillle more sir.cccss than Britain in slowing down soaring living costs. As an island which imports half its food, Britain must trade profitably with the outside world to live. Yet the annual trade dcficil is now running lo some $10 billion, which ami only force living standards down. ' At least a third of that loss is due to the quadrupling of Aral] oil prices. Britain must imnorl 80 per cent of its fuel until s'orth Sea oil starts flowing in the 1980s. Not all problems, of course, are beyond Britain's control. 3ul some have been left beyond lti! politicians In the past decade. Neither Labor nor the Conservatives were able lo inlcr- vcne lo control ttic strikes ot British unions or tlie decisions of British managements which lost markets and led lo the collapse of household names liko Rolls-Uoyce. Now inflation is the biggest problem. Fire Damages School PINE BLUFF, Ark: (AP) -Fire of undetermined origin extensively damaged offices and some classrooms at the Southeast Junior High School early today and forced cancclalion of classes. Dr Roy Scoggins, superintendent of Pine Bluff schools, said it was hoped that classes could resume Tuesday. Scoggins said no estimate of monetary damage was available. Seven Die In Weekend Accidents By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Arkansas traffic accidents took the .lives of seven persons during Ihe weekend. Stale Police said a woman was killed in an accident west of Hot Springs on U.S. 70 Sunday. Her name was being wilh- held pending notification of her family. Three persons were killed early Sunday when the car in which they were riding went out of control on a curve and struck a culvert along U.S. lf7 near Batesville, State Police said. The victims were identified as Johnny Grubbs, 24, Joan Grubbs, 22, and Mitchell R. Milligan, 21, all of the Batesville area. Olher victims: --Estclla May Holland, 49, of Fort Smith, killed Saturday night in a traffic accident in Fort Smith. --Freddie C. Smith, 39, of Joiner, killed Saturday in a one-car accident six miles west of Joiner on Arkansas 118. -Leroy Clark, 48, of near Fouke, killed Saturday in a two-vehicle crash 7.3 miles south of Texarkana on U.S. 71. Ford Foundation To Cut Granis NEW YORK (AP) -- A Ford Foundation spokesman says inflation and a depressed securities market may force the nation's wealthiest philanthropic organization to cut annual grants as much as 50 per cent. The spokesman said on Sunday that the organization's assets have plummeted from $3 billion to $2 billion in market value during the past year. McGeorge Bundy, president of the foundation, said that without a reduction in grants the foundation may have to dissolve by distributing its assets. Such a dissolution proposal was rejected by the foundation's trustees seven years ago. The trustees are expected to face a proposal to reduce the $202-million annual budget at their quarterly meeting here this week. If approved, the cuts would not take effect within a year and all current commitments would be honored, according lo the spokesman. But he added that a final deision on cuts or dissolution may not be made until next spring. Want Answers To Problems? Hear BILL MOORE at Church of Christ 2480 Old Wire Road September 22-29 Sundays: 10:50 a.m. 6:30 p.m. Weekdays: 7:30p.m. . Northwest XVrk. F^laza . S21-V1T1 rf*i : ONCE A TEAM SAVINGS! 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