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October 17, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 26

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· Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurs., Oct. 17, 1974 FAYKTTEVILtK, ARKANSAS · Truman Library i Papers Transferred INDEPENDENCE, Mo. (AP) -- Margaret Truman Daniel says she is cataloguing papers it her father, the late President :iarry S. Truman, for transfer o the Truman Library. She was here Wednesday "to urn over all of Dad's papers to tho archives" and because "I iust wanted to see Mom," she said. Mrs. Daniel said Bess Truman is "doing just fine .. . Oh, she's a little slower getting around, .but after all, she'll be 90 in February." She planned to return to her home and family in Washington on Friday. She is married to Clifton Daniel, Washington bureau chief for the New York Times. Funny-Looking Cow Bernard Walczak of M o o s e Lake, Minn., inspects his cattle herd, which since l a s t month has included a slightly confused moose (rear). The moose showed up on the farm north of Moose Lake just after a cow gave birth, and has stuck around ever since. Walczak said the moose apparently considers himself the cows' prolector, and the cattle seem (o have accepted him. (AP U'irephoto) Supreme Court Upholds Alaska Pipeline Legality WASHINGTON (AP) -- The .. Supreme Court has upheld the ""constitutionality of the Alaska Pipeline Act and has agreed to decide whether the pipeline's builders must pay for a lawsuit which delayed its construction. Other cases which the court 'agreed Tuesday to hear will .test whether states may deny welfare benefits for unborn children and whether widowers ' '-iBiay be denied Social Security beirtefits which widows receive. - The court also agreed to review Pennsylvania laws providing state assistance to private school pupils and a Texas law requiring approval of a majority of property owners for bonds issues. The pipelise act was challenged by Byron T. Brown, a Phqenix, Ariz., businessman whOiproposed a rival plan calling for a pipeline suspended from towers. Brown challenged a provision in the act which, ruled out most legal challenges to the permit granted to the Alyeska Pipeline - Service Corp. for a surface pipeline. On March 7, U.S. District Court Judge Joseph Waddy of Washington, D.C., ruled that the pipeline act was "a valid, constitutional exercise of the power of Congress to limit the scope of judicial review." The Supreme Court affirmed Waddy's decision in a brief order in which it did not explain its reasoning. The court agreed to hear the appeal of Alyeska from a 4-; decision of the U.S. Court Appeals in Washington that must pay costs of an environ v . mental lawsuit which held u] 'pipeline construction. The suit was filed by. the Wil derness Society, Friends of the Earth, and the Environmenta Defense Fund, and consumei 4,455 hours of lawyer time. Th appeals court said the environ mental groups were entitled t their expenses because the acted in behalf of an importan . public policy. The amount of the costs ha not been determined. Federal regulations giv states a choice of whether t count unborn children in com putting benefits under the stat. federal program of" aid to fam lies with dependent children Iowa, one of 35 states wm'c does not count them, has ap pealed a decision of the federa circuit court in St. Louis tha the state is obliged to do so. Denial of Social Securit death benefits was challenge State Man Charged PROVO, Utah (AP) -- An Ai kansan was charged with firs degree murder Wednesday i the shooting death of a Jame Frederick Cooper of Ferndal Mich. Roger Stephen Shuffield, 22 of Lonsdale was charged " City Court here in the Oct. slaying. Cooper's nude body wa found last week by childre playing in underbrush aboi one mile southeast of Payson. ;, A , preliminary hearing fo Shuffield is scheduled for Oc 30. TriHe was being held in th Utah County Jail awaiting th hearing. Bicycle Mop \ \ LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Th state Parks and Tourism D partment is distributing a ma outlining and describing 23 b cycle tour routes in Arkansas - T h e map has been describe as the first of its kind to 1 published in the United States The state Bikeways Commi '·\sion came up with the idea February, and the Parks an I ^ O ' U r i s m Department pa: about $800 for 10,000 copie Also cooperating were the stai Highway Department and th Arkansas chapter of the Leagu ·f American Wheelmen. a New Jersey, man, Stephen Wiesenfeld, whose wife died childbirth, leaving him with i infant to care for. He saic s wife, a schoolteacher arned more money than he d. A three-judge federal cour 1 greed with his argument tha e law is .discriminatory. The overnment appealed... The Pennsylvania pupil aic ws being challenged provide ate finance tutoring, text ooks and equipment. A three idge court held they are con itutional, as long as the equip tent provided 'could not be CAN IftN 270 Plus $100.00 In Bonuses "PRIZE WORD PUZZLE" Appearing Next SUNDAY in Your .SEE LIST OF CLUE WORDS IN SATURDAY'S TIMES. ed for religious purposes. Groups appealing tins deci- on said it is impossible to be sure that religious schools wil not make religious use of mate rials provided. Farm Wages WASHINGTON (AP) -- Farm wages paid this fall have gone up about 12 per cent from a year ago, according to surveys by the. Agriculture Department As of Oct. 1, the departmen says, hourly cash wages for farm work averaged $2.22 per hour nationally, compared with $1.98 on the same date las year and $1.82 on Oct. 1, 1972. Workers who were paid a straight salary and furnished a house averaged $428 per month compared with $395 on Oct. last year. If board and room were provided, cash wages ii addition averaged $339 pe month for each hired worker compared with $308 a year ago the report said.. Air Traffic Delays Attributed To Construction, Bad Weather WASHINGTON (AP) -- Spo- ·adic slowdowns by · some nir raffic controllers have, combined with airport construction n-ojects mid weather problems o create major delays in lights to several cities, in recent weeks, the Federal Avia- ion Administration says. The worst delays are occurring at Chicago's O'Hare Iner national Airport, which is undergoing major runway construction' work, but delays also lave been reported at airports n- New York, Washington, Pittsburgh, Miami and other cities. Most of the delays are caused ay the construction work and by weather conditions, the FAA said Tuesday. However, it also acknowledged 'there had oeen poradic slowdowns by air traffic controllers unhappy with labor negotiations. The FAA previously has stated it had no evidence of slowdowns, even though numerous airplane passengers reported their pilots have told theni their flights were being'delayed because of an air traffic controller slowdown. "We have found no concerted slowdown by controllers," FAA spokesman · Dennis Feldman said Tuesday. "There have been isolated cases, very , iso lated cases, hut nothing of any dimensions whatsoever." Several airlines said their flights had been delayed at Chi cage, Washington and New York recently and one officia said some of the delays ap peared suspicious. However, al said It was almost Impossible o pinpoint the reason behind he delays in most cases. More than one third of all lights in and out of Chicago's 3'Hare Saturday were delayed y 30 minutes or more. The ongest delay was about two lours. The delays continued Sunday, with nearly half of all flights al O'Hare delayed more than 30 minutes. The number of de- ayed flights dropped on Monday, however. ·"" Dean Rusk Enters Hospital ATHENS, Ga. (AP) -- For mer Secretary of Slat* Dean Rusk was expected to undergo further medical tests at Athens General Hospital where he was admitted for a routine checkup Rusk's condition was report ed very satisfactory Wednesday by J. William Singleton, hospi tat administrator. Rusk, who directed the State Departmen under Presidents John F. Ken nedy and Lyndon B. Johnson entered the hospital Tuesday night. The former cabinet member'; wife said he checked into thi hospital after he "had sonv discomfort, probably pust t stif neck, but it caused him a gooc deal, of, pain." Rusk's doctor said all test conducted thus far had "tiirnei out just fine. 1 ' Plan! Employes Return To Work PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP -« Two hundred employes wh? falkcd off their jobs at th$ Jcntral Moldney Transformer plant Tuesday have returned to work. ·' · i · ,.. A plant spokesman said coni dilions at the, plant returned to normal Wednesday. j The workers are members of Local 1658. of Ihe International B r o t h e r h o o d ' o l Electrical Workers. l Company president G. Bi Sanders called the walkout i|lej gal and said it occurred ever contract interpretations under discussion. ; The plant builds electrical distribution transformers. '·' Signatures Sought \ LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The Arkansas Savings Loan Assor elation League has been collect ing petition signatures ' in an effort to convince Congress tt) enact a law, making tax-frea [he first $1,000 interest on savings .deposits at financial institutions. ; The league has been collecting the signatures for the past three weeks in the 2nd Congressional- Dislrict. The- petitions were aimed specifically at Rep'. Wilbur D. Mills, D-Ark., since he is chairman of the tax-writing House Ways and Meant Committee. . ' Since the petition drive began, -though,' the committee has reported out a bill that would make the first J500 interest tax- exempt. Although congress will hot act on the bill until attef the elections, if at all, th» league is satisfied and will call in its petitions Monday. ' HOME FURNISHINGS Foyetteville 1535 No. College Phone 442-7363 All Items Are One of a Kind Will Be Sold on a First-Come, First Serve Basis. Prices are only good through Thursday - Friday Saturday - Open Til 8 on Thursday. . - . 1 '/ 2 PRICE SALE MANY ITEMS LESS THAN ONE HALF! 34" CONSOLE STEREO Solid State--AM/FM Radio. 4 Speed Record Changer- 8 Track Tape Player. Reg. 279.95 NOW ONLY 134 95 EARLY AMERICAN SWIVEL ROCKER Plaid Nylon Cover with exposed Maple trim. 195 Reg. 139.50 ONLY 69 86" SPANISH STYLE SOFA Seats covered in black and red floral velvet- trim in black vinyl. Reg. $339.95 ONLY 169 95 , REG. SIZE SLEEPER SOFA Makes Full Size 1 Bed - Foam Mattress-Gold Nylon Cover. Reg. 219.50 ONLY 109 95 3 PC. 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