Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 26, 1974 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 26, 1974
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t · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thur*., Sept. 26, 1974 PAYKTTEV1LLI, ARKANSAS Weather Forecast Showers and rain are fore-. cast Thursday for the South Atlantic coastal states and for the Dakoias and Minnesota. Warm, sunny weather is 1 expected for most of the coun- try. Cooler air is forecast foi (he Dakotas and the centra Gulf. (AP Wirephoto) Disorderly Conduct MILWAUKEE, Wis. (AP) -Francis Solomon, who police said walked into a laundromat, took off his clothes and put them in a washer, was found guilty of disorderly conduct on Tuesday. Defense attorney Raymond Phoenig 1 argued that there was no one in the laundromat except a police officer. But police said there were about 10 women outside the window. "Heaven knows, there are an awful lot of go-go places \vhe it doesn't provoke a disturv ance," Phoenig said. But Milwaukee County Jud Patrick Madden, who fin Solomon $75, noted the lau dromat was not a go-go esta lishment. Planned USDA Road Show Said To Be Brainwash Attempt WASHINGTON (AP) -- A cir- is-tent road show with hymns id patriotic displays being jnsidered by the Agriculture eparlment to calm public fe- er over food prices is produc- a chill among some mem- ers of Congress and consumer pokesmen. Ralph Nader called the an--still wailing on official SDA approval--an attempt by ecretary of Agriculture Earl Butz to brainwash con- imers. Sen. George S. McGovern, D- .D., described Iht project as Dr. Butz's travelling medicine Nixon's Bar Resignation Is Accepted SAN FRANCISCO (AP ) -- 'ormer President Richard M. Nixon's resignation from the tate bar has been accepted by he CaliforiJa Supreme Court, ending his law career which be;an before World War II. In a brief order signed Wednesday by Chief Justice Donald Wright, the court said: "The' Sept. 16, 1974, voluntary resignation signed by Richard a. Nixon as a member of the State Bar of California is accepted without prejudicing fur;her proceedings in any disc i p 1 i n a r y matter pending against him before the state bar should he again seek to become a member thereof." Disciplinary proceedings could be reinstituted against Nixon should he reapply to the state bar. The resignation was Nixon's second attempt lo remove himself from the bar. The first letter, show" and said the department should worry more seriously about the plight of farmers and consumers. "Perhaps some of our older citi/ens and others on fixed incomes would prefer less electronic hoople from the administration's public imagemakers and more substantive explanations why their food prices go higher and higher, while farmer and ranchers are going broke and middlemen's p r o f i t s keep increasing," McGovern said. The comments followed disclosure Wednesday that an aide to Butz proposed the tent show and lhat it should visit cities across the country to correct what he described as "the dis lorled view" consumers are gelling. Rep. W. R. Poage. D-Texas chairman of the House Agricul lure Commitlee, said the pro posal is "not the kind of thinf that would occur lo me" ant added he would remain neutra until he knew more about it. Bui Hep. Spark M. Matsu naga, D-Hawaii, said USD/ "has lost touch with reality and will be a laughingstock i the plan is adopted. And Rep Benjamin S. Rosenthal, D-N.Y said it was an "oulrageou idea" in its entirety. A spokesman for the depar ment's Office of Commu nication said numerous cal were received after the ten show plan was disclosed, mos ol them either wanting more in formation or in criticism of th plan. No cost estimates were avai able, but officials said the pro posal--still alive for considera tion--might involve financi backing from the food industr; As proposed, the show wou' be directed at convincing co: sumers that U.S. food price are the lowest in the world an that Americans really are ge ting bargains. The show would include pa eantry and music calling atte tion to the American history dated Sept. 11, triggered a resolution by the bar's board of governors urging the court to reject it because Nixon had refused to acknowledge he faced possible disciplinary action by the bar. food with and the farmers, Pilgrims beginnin and co eluding with this fa'lls harves ISO Application Asks 15 Per Cent Revenue Increase LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Wit- sses for Hie Insurance Serves Office of Arkansas called flalion a primary reason for e ISO's proposed increase in tcs for homeowners insur- \ce Wednesday. In a heaving before Insurance ommissioner Ark Monroe lit, '. M. Harman of Little Rock, anager of the ISO of Aransas, cited rising construe- on costs here that he said oc- urred even.before the current ite of inflation. Harman also said the ISO ap- icatton was not really for a 15 «r cent increase in premium ates as it had been described AH-White Ycuih Centers Withdraw From United Way PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) -Two all-white youth recreation centers have withdrawn from the United Way of Jefferson County under threat of a lawsuit to force them to desegregate. The Pine Bluff Commercial reported Wednesday that the Pine Bluff Boys Club had withdrawn its membership. The Arkansas Gazette reported today that Tccn Town, a recreation reviously by ommission. the. Insurance facility near High School, the had Pine Bluff joined the The application seeks to in- rease the ISO companies' rev- nue by 15 per cent, Harman aid, but there would be only a per cent increase in premium ates. The remainder would ome from reducing the com- anies' losses'by changes in the iolicy on deductibles, he said. The ISO represents com- )anies that do about half the lomeowners insurace business in Arkansas. Monroe said he would, have a lecision on the application hree to four weeks. Boys Club retreat from United Way participation. · The withdrawals occurred after Army Spec. 5 James E. /illianis, a black stationed at ie Pine Bluff Arsenal, and his ttorney, George Howard Jr: ol Pine Bluff, .threatened legal ac- JEWS CELEBRATE YOM KIPPUR NEW YORK (AP) -- Today i Yom Kippur, the Day o Atonement for Jews the worlc over. The most solemn day of the Hebrew calendar and the con elusion of the High Holy Days il is devoted to fasting anc prayer. Personal faulls are re viewed and God's forgivenes asked. Yom Kippur began at sun down on Wednesday and rabbis here delivered sermons stressing ethical, moral and spirilua values and the need to apply them to gain world peace. Many rabbis called for me morial prayers for victims o last year's "Yom Kippur war" in the Mideast. The holy day e n d s at sundown tonight. lion to prevent United Way funds collected at the arsenal from reaching the two segregated facilUies, t h e Gazette said. Williams sought legal action after his son, Winston, a member of the White Hall Pee Wee League football team, was excluded from playing in a game against a Boys Club team, the Gazette said. Howard said the youth and his father were ordered off the playing field. The Boys Club has excluded blacks since its creation by the Merrill Trust, which specifically mentioned that the''facility was created for the enjoyment of white children, the GazeII.o said. . 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