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NorlW«» Arkansas TIMES, Sat., Sept. 58, 1974 FAYETTtVILUr, ARKANSAS At Hearings Black revolutionary Angela Davis sits in the audience of the Senate Rules Committee in Washington on Thursday. Miss Davis called for rejection of Rockefeller. (AP .Wire- photo) Wankel Engine Appears To Be Headed For Instant Oblivion NEW YORK (AP) -- T h e Wankel rotary engine suffered a setback in the United States this past week when General Motors Corp. said it was indefinitely delaying its introduction. GM is the only American automaker which had announced plans to build and use the engine, which produces power through a rotating cen tral c o r e rather than conventional pistons. GM said the Wankel wasn't able to meet an- topollution standards without using excessive amounts of fuel. Ford Motor Co. and American Motors also hold licensing rights to the engine, but Ford has shelved its Wankel plans and American Motors has nev r announced any. Chrysler asn't gotten involved with the ngine. While GM's decision ma: ave set back the engine's us n this country, it didn't appear o rule out later use. ' General Motors has alread. aid $35 million for licensing ights to the engine, is to pay nothcr $10 million this Decem er and another $5 million in December 1975. Indications vere that the remaining pay ments would be made. Joint (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) problem o! a massive transfer of funds from oil-importing to oil-exporting countries. . What is causing severe, mone tary problems, Wagner told delegates, "is not only the level to which oil prices have risen, but the speed with which they have done so, especially at a time when inflation and monetary instability are already causing enormous problems." Federal Energy Administrator John C. Sawhill outlined U.S. energy plans being consid ered by the government. In. eluded was a possible $1 billion five-year research and develop ment program for solar energy Also being considered was a $400 million program for geo thermal energy demonstration projects, he said. Common Strategy CAMP DAVID, Md. (AP) -The foreign arid finance minis ters of the United Stales, Brit ain, France, Germany and Ja pan are meeting at Camp Da vid to discuss a common strate gy lo reduce the fuel bills o the major oil-consuming na lions. The meeting this weekend which U.S. officials call "an in formal gathering" where no de cisions will be made, was in itiated by Secretary of Stat Henry A. Kissinger. He is wide ly believed to have his own "game plan," including how to recycle the rapidly Increasing surplus monies of the oil-pro ducing countries. Srfamsas tEintcsf Founded I860 m y. East ATS. Fayef fertile. Ark. 77101 FuV.Jyhed dfilly nnd Sunday excepi January 1, July 4. Thanksgiving and Christmas. Second Class Postage Paid at yarellevllle, Ar)r , Brokers on the New York Hock Exchange need an 8 per :ent hike in commission rate o ease their problems with the agging stock market, NYSF Chairman James J. Needham old the Securities and Ex hange Commission this pas week. The increases would apply t rates on trades worth hetwee $5,000 and $300,000. Hates o rades below $2,000 and mor than $300,000 are already set by ncgolialion, as the SEC want all rates to be set by next May Needham argued that f h like, along with an increase i rading volume, could brin some $13 million in new reve nues to brokers that belong t the Big Board. One move aimed at pickin up some new trading volume-and money--comes this Tues day when the NYSE, Americar Stock Exchange and a variet of other markels extend the trading hours from 3:30 p.m. t 4 p.m. EOT. ASSOCIATED THESS Trie Associates Press Is entitled et clusively to the use for republica- tfon of all local news printed in Uiis newspaper aj well as all AP news dispatches. 6DB5CHITTTON RATES Elfective October 1. 1373 Hame Delivery Per month by carrier --. $3.25 flintfle copy daily lOc, Hinday 25c C.S. Mall In Washington, Benlon, Madison Coon- Ues, Ark., Adalr do., OKU.: 3 months ., 6 monlhs City Box Section Onfstde above comities: 8 months . »- 8 months · ; 1 TEAR : J R M KM 30.00 40.00 I9.ED 18.00 31.00 411' MAH, STTFSf.RIPTIO.Vfl MI-ABLE IN ADVANCE At week's end, Federal Ene gy Administrator John C. Sav hill announced that the goveri ment was considering a ma sive investment in solar ene Sawhill said, "It appears poi gy Conference in Detroit, "Th United States is considering $1 billion research program o solar energy over the next fiv years." Sawhill said, "It appear spo sible thai by Ihe year 2000, s lar energy systems might b capable of supplying 5 to 10 pi quirements," adding, howeve cent of total U.S. electrieity r that alternate energy source would have little impact befor 1985. Ford Praises LBJ Conduct WASHINGTON (AP) -- Pre ident Ford praised forme President Lyndon B. Johnson a ground breaking ceremon for the LBJ Memorial Grove c the Potomac River. Ford joined Lady Bird Johi son and other Johnson famf members in Friday's cerem, ny. He shoveled earth aroun Ihe roots of a 17-foot white pin tree, the first of about 500 lo b planted in the I5-acre grove. He praised Johnson's condu at Senate Democratic leader a "a model of bipartisan state manship" and said "wheneve America's welfare was co corned, LBJ always put cow try before party." MISSED YOUR.PAPER WE'RE SORRY! If you cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONE 442-6242 Dally 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturuay 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. Florida Man Arrested On Kidnap Charge WINTER PARK, Fla. (AP) An engineering consultant as arrested here in connection ith the kidnaping ot a Cincin- all broadcasting executive's 4- ear-old daughter, the Orange ounly sheriff's office said to- ay. Officials said Clifford J. Kroer, a 38-year-old father of five, as arrested Friday night at s apartment near here by ncinnali and Orange County etectives. Kroger is being held without and. Kroger is accused of abduct- g Allison Mechem, daughter Charles Mechem Jr., chair- lan of Taft Broadcasting orp., earlier this week. The irl was released unharmed but o ransom was paid. Meanwhile in Cincinnati, rank \Vicchman, 26, remained maximum security under 128,000 bond. James Beckman, 27, a close ·lend of Wiechman, said ·lends and lawyers were seek- ng to have Wiechman released, eckman insists Wiechman, a arolee from Florida, had noth- ng to do with the crime. Wiechman is scheduled for rraignment Monday in Ham- 'lon County Common Pleas ourt. Police said he was harged with kidnaping. The girl was found Tuesday y maids in a nearby motel oom. Police confirmed that 128,000 ransom was recovered. HOMES FOR AMERICANS State Court Rules Against Reporter LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Cir- uit Court Judge Tom F. Digby uled Friday the Student Af- airs Committee of the Univer- ity of Arkansas did not violate he state Freedom of Informa- ion Act when it ousted an Aransas Gazette reporter from wo committee meetings. Digby, in a memorandum ipinion, said he interpreted the : OI Act as containing no sug- iestion "which would require a ommittee. whether composec if one person or more than one Derson, engaged in assimilat ng data and information and preparing subject matter for a loard agenda" to Jet reporters over its meetings. The ruling was in a suit filed )y the Gazette and reporter linger Shiras against the mem- iers of the board. The committee ousted Miss ihiras from a Nov. 2 meeting vhen the committee discussec a proposed change to p e r m i t tudents 21 or older to consume ilcpholic beverages in dormi cries and sorority and frater lity houses. It also ousted her from a meeting Dec. 14 at which the committee discussed com ilaints of black students at the Fayetteville campus. The stu dents said they had been sho at and subjected to vandalism during the week before the 197 Arkansas-Texas football game. Obituary . MRS. ALBERTA SMITH Mrs. Alberta Smith, 71 formerly of Fayetteville die Wednesday in Austin, Tex. Sh was the widow of the Rev Blake Smith, pastor of Firs Baptist Church of Fayettevill from 1936-1940. Survivors are four sons, Joh of Ithaca, N.Y., Riley B. o Germany, Alymer of Overlan Park, Kan. and Ben W. of Sa Luis Obispo, Calif.; one sister Mrs. J. G. Cothran of Sout Carolina; one brother, Dr. War ren Riley of El Dorado and 1 grandchildren. Funeral service was th morning in Austin wilh buria in Memorial Park. Stale Parks Budget Approved LITTLE ROCK (AP) -proposed operating budget $7.1 million in state money ,,, 1975-76 and $7.3 million for"l976 77 was approved Friday by th state Parks, Recreation an Travel Commission. The commission said eve more money- would be neede for advertising than was inclur 1 ed in the budget. The current operating budgi for the commission is mor than $4 million. The commission also proved Friday a proposed ^. penditure of $7.4 million i state funds for capital improv ments in the stale parks sy tern in the next biennium. Th state money would he matche by $5.1 million in federal fund provided all projects were ap proved as proposed. The proposed budgets go f the Legislative Council when ap begins month budget hearings ne To Stay Aloof WASHINGTON fAP) _ Pre Ident Ford has signaled his i mention to stay aloof from cic mency petitions submitted Watergate figures. Departing from past practic Ford's attorney has to Charles W. Colson to take h request for a pardon and com mutation directly to the Juslic Department rather than th White House. THIS COUNTRY-STYLE RANCH HOUSE has many conveniences th' ·will add up to year-round living comfort for the entire family. A doubl front door opens on a spacious foyer, the perfect spot for welcoming guests. To the right there is a well-proportioned living room with a large dining room beyond. A pretty window seat, a library corner and a huge fireplace with wood box are some of the features of the family room. The working part of the kitchen includes a pantry closet with space-saving sliding door, a counter-top range and built-in oven, and lots of storage space. Eachrear bedroom has two windows and a large closet; the third bedroom has two big closets, two windows and a private bath with enclosed shower. Architect Herman York, 00-04161st St, Jamaica N Y 11432, designed Plan HA840Y with 1,729 square feet. Anyone interested in knowing the price of the blueprint must send a stamped self- addressed envelope for a reply. Volunteer Of Year Title Winner Raps Libbers Attitude By VIVIAN BROWN AP Newsfeatures Writer A do-it-yourselfer can lose money if he is the type w h o must try every new thing that !omes on the market just because his own labor is cheap. For some people this attitude 2an be costly. One couple has out down two kitchen floorings within 16 months, and they stUl aren't satisfied. It has became io easy to install flooring that many do-it-yourselfers b u y what catches the eye without mowing much about the product. Such decorating projects need to foe preplanned, insists one looring executive. Before you decide on a new floor ask yourself some questions, suggests Wei Haines, a vice president of Mannington Mills, a family- owned company making hard surface floorings. FLOOR NEEDS In determining what your loor needs ask yourself, he advises, what your traffic prob "ems are, how often things are spilled and dropped and what maintenance features you need You should also consider comfort and appearance, whether and designs t h a t are com- bossed surface, and whether you want to install your own flooring or have it done profes sionally. Then, too, you shoult decide on color combinations and designs that are cm patible with your own decora ting scheme. Taking it all infj consideration with your budget you should be able to reach worthwhile conclusion that nar rows your choice. After that equip yourself with knowledge of available products, industr; jargon -- and go shopping. For example, of the popular iypes of resilient flooring -- an other word for hard surface flooring -- t h e rundown goes about like this: FLOOR TYPES . . .Vinyl asbestos tile -- us ually can be installed on any sub-floor, an advantage. It is porous and lends to absorb llq uids. and needs wax. It is easy to install and relatively in expensive. The pattern does no usually penetrate the depth o the material. It is often se lected for basements. ...Solid vinyl file -- softe than vinyl asbestos, porous am dirt resistant, and the patten goes to the depths. It is easy economical and durable. Som do not need wax. These arc more expensive and can cost a much as carpet. ...Linoleum is consideret very durable, porous, requirinj care, but if waxed will rests moisture and grease. It has a long surface life although it i: likely to dent easily. ...Rotovinyls, sheet vinyls with rotogravure printed de sign, have a top protective sur face of transparent vinyl. Back ing is laminated io the sheet o vinyl. Durability varies accord ing to construction. Rotovinyls with foam con provide comfort underfoot those with asbestos fiber back ing can be installed even in th basement. Waxing is not re quired on these floorings, whicl emerged in 1970, but the sur face will clean easier and shine w i t h vinyl dressing. The grea variety of design encourage their use in other rooms in ar dition lo their use In the bath room or kitchen. iloss without waxing. Marketed y at least three manufac- urers, some rotovinyls have anti-staining ingredients built in 'hey are also decorative and available in about every brighl decoralor solid color. In heavily-trafficked rooms, sheet flooring does away with 'he dirt-catching cross-hatch ot seams, one reason for the re newed popularity of sheet floor ng. And An improvement on those ro- ovinyls now provides no-wax loorings which have special vearing surfaces that retain [CONTINUED FHOM PAGE ONE jefore the Election Commission McCord also told the candi dates that in the event a runof election becomes necessary, th( commission will conduct th election as soon as possible after the genera! election. Twenty candidates are vying 'or the seven positions on tin Board of Directors. Eleven o he candidates are running fo *ard positions and the remain der for the three at large posi '.ions. All will be elected by thi .'oters as a whole. there is a kny to the thing called mils (l-100th of an 'nch). Mils refers to the wear ayer (top surface) on resilien 'looring. A I0-mil wearlayei should withstand the foot patrol 'or at least 10 years; those marked 14 mils are touted as good for 14 years; and the 20 mils should be around for sev eral decades. KEEP COSTS DOWN One way to keep costs down on the no-wax floorings whicl cost more than the others is tc do the installation job yourself These days vinyls are touted a Wire Stolen Mrs. Wjllard Mhoon of Tonti town told Washington Sheriff office Friday that someone hac stolen six spools of barbed wir "rom a shed near her home. Mrs. Mhoon told deputies tha :he four-point wire was valued at $25 per roll. DOW JONI JOMMttTIMU Market Drops Further The Dow Jones Industrial average closed at 621.95 Friday, down 48.81 from the week prior. The Associated Press average closed at 201.4, marking a decrease of 10.4 over t h e same period. The Dow Jones industrial average dropped lo 1962 levels as Investors continued to worry over inflation. Even a long-awaited cut in the prime interest rates of two major hanks Wednesday failed to spark predicted rallies. (AP Wirephoto Chart) softer and easier to shape which should make the job easier. Easy installation may be achieved too by using the dou- blefaced tape, the kind used to put down carpet. Sheet vinyl is available in 6- foot and. 12-foot widths, which may make it possible to avoid seaming which was heretofore a big hurdle for do-it-yourself- ers who h a d difficulty coping with the chemical adhesive needed to join the pieces. For a kitchen that is odd-shaped or wider than 12 feet, you might feel safer having a professional job done. Farm Exports Dip In August WASHINGTON (AP) -- Farm exports dipped during August to about $1.45 billion for the month, down H per cent from July and .two per cent below a year earlier, the Agriculture Department said Friday. On a cumulative basis, exports in July and August -- the first two months of the new fiscal year -- totaled slightly less than $3.1 billion, up 14 per cent from the same period last year, however, USDA said in a report. Last fiscal year farm exports soared to a record value of $21.3 billion. For 1974-75, officials have predicted the value may be close to that mark as the result of higher prices for some commodities. However, volumes of some items -- including feed 'grains -- will be down sharply, thus making a value estimate difficult now, a spokesman said. Couple Sentenced for Withholding Drug SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (AP) -- Lawrence and Alice Parker, who withheld insulin from their diabetic son after attending a faith healing service, have been sentenced to five years probation on convictions for involuntary manslaughter and child abuse. The Parkers' 11-year-old son Wesley died Aug. 22, 1973. Superior Court Judge J. Steve Williams, before passing sen tence Friday, ordered the Parkers to spend 400 hours doing volunteer work at a menta health clinic, report any illness that confines a family member to bed and refrain from advis ing anyone not to seek medical aid. Williams Appointed LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Norman F. Williams, state geologist, was appointed Friday by Gov. Dale Bumpers as acting lead ot the state Commerce Department. Williams, 58, succeeds Donald V. Allen, who resigned Sept. 15 .0 take the job as executive director of the state Public Bujld- ng Authority. The appointment ·s effective Oct. 4. Thomas C. McHae, a Bumpers aide, said the appointment s an interim one until tha The Parkers have three other children, Pamela, 11, Patricia, 9, and Jay, 3. Lawrence, 35, and Alice, 30, said they believed Wesley was cured after attending a faith healing service at the Assembly of God Church in Barstow. One-Stroke Lead PORTLAND, Ore. -- JoAnne Carner knocked in a 35-foot birdie putt on the next to the last hole for a one-stroke lead after the first round of the $35,000 Portland Golf Classic. WORSHIP KNOWS NO CALENDAR Some sel»ct Sunday as a day of worship. Oth«r» prefer fit- dayorSaturday. Butthe solace of worship Xnow» no boundaries--temporal or *patial. 5om« find their God In church. Others see him In a iprlng sunrise, or In * fresh-mown meadow at dusk. Children oft find peace In an evtning prayer. Each seeks peace In hit own way. All place their trust In I Supreme Being 'and worship as conscience dictates. Why not join them? You, too, can find solace and guidance [n prayer. Phone 443-5438 or 442-8111 WELCOME NEWCOMERS! it tlili coupon lo [et ut ...:ew you're here. Name Addrcis City I Phase have the W«'com« Wagon Hostess call on me. J I would like to subscribe to the N.W. Ark. TIMES TINHIS dy '"'""'He te the Fill out the cou 1 TIMT" Ark. _,. ipon and mail to TIMES, Box D, Fayeltevtlle, WHATS TO EAT AT SCHOOL NEXT WEEK? Menus Furnished By Area Schools Taking A Break President Ford, along w i t h those attending Friday's session of the economic summit fakes a hreak during t h e afternoon part of the confer- ence. Ford did not attend the conference this morning due (o his wife's operation. (AP Wirephoto) People Helping People Directors of mfc Funeral Service J4 Services CHERRY NTri. G«MVa Kd«n -Friday, 9:30 a.m. Chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home. Rev, Page Patterson and Rev. Terrel Gordon officiating. Interment, Corning, Arkansas, J W Stock Trailer Repair Now Open for Business in Prairie Grove · Replace floors · Repair electric brakes · Also have some used stock trailers for sale Jerry Webb Wayne Villines Phone 846-3616 or 846-2598 Open 24 hours. GREENLAND Monday: Vienna sausage, Sour kraut, Mashed polatoes, Carrot sticks. Hot rolls, Jello. Tuesday; Spanish rice, Green beans, Celery sticks, Corn bread, Apple sauce cake. WednesdayrBurritos w chili, Butlered corn, Letluce salad, Peach pie. Thursday: Hot dogs, Beans, Spinach, Ice cream. Friday: Sloppy joes, Pickles, trench halves. fries, catsup, p e a r All lunches are served w i t h milk and butter. PRAIRIE Monday: GROVE SCHOOL Breaded steaks, Butlered potatoes, Carrots peas, Pull apart bread, Peach, Milk. Tuesday: Pizza-roni casserole, buttered corn, cole slaw, whole wheat rolls, cookie, milk. Apple pie, milk. Wednesday: Chili dog, French fries-catsup, Letluce salad, Apple ie, Milk. Thursday: Sliced turkey dressing, Creamed potatoes, Green beans, Cranberry sauce, Vanilla wafer, Milk. Friday: Hamburger, relish, frcnch fries - catsup, sliced tomatoes, Cranberry peanut butter bar, Milk. SPRrNGDAI.E Monday: Lasagne, Buttered corn, tossed salad, ice cream hot rolls. Tuesday: Chicken fried steak sandwich, french fries, catsup, green peans, chocolate cake Wednesday: C h i l l beans, cabbage slaw, crackers, jello with fruit. Thursday: ed beans, Fish slicks, bak- a n p 1 e salad, cookie, cornbread. Friday: Hamburger, french fries, pickles and onions, calsup orange All lunches served with millj and butter. FAYETTEVILLE Monday: Vegetable - beef soup, cracker, tossed green salad, Cinnamon roll, milk. Tuesday: Toastie dog. 'jutter- ed corn, fruit punch, chocolate cake, milk. Wednesday: Tacos. buttered green beans, hot roll, butter, cherry cobbler, rnilk. Thursday: Hamburger on bun, french fried potatoes, lettuce, pickle, onion, tomato, sugar cookie, milk. Friday: Oven baked f i s h , tartar sauce, buttered peas, cole slaw, corn bread, butter, fudgesiclc, milk. WEST FORK · Monday: Chili with b e a n * and crackers, slice cheese, cinnamon rollj and apple sauce Tuesday: vegetables, rolls and milk. Wednesday: Hot dog on bun, french fries and catsup, vegetable salad, apple wedges, milk. Thursday: Chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes and gravy, celery and carrot sticks, banana, angel biscuits, milk. Friday: Fish sticks t a r t e r sauce, whole kennel corn, cole slaw, chocolate cake, hot rolls, milk. Frito pie, mixed banana pie, hot

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