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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Friday, Od. 25, FAYKTTKVILLE, ARKANSAS 19741 Legislature To Probe Student Newspaper T h e student Arkansas Traveler, newspaper at the University of Arkansas, will be livestigatcd by a legislative committee following publication of words which some lawmakers find objectionable. Rep. Boyce Alford of Pine Bluff presented copies of two agcs of excerpts from the Traveler to members of the Joint Interim Committee ^ublic Health. Welfare m«! Thursday. ' Gilbow, Hughes Sued By Former Counly Employe A $1,200 c i v i l suit against Washington County comptroller Lonnie Gilbow and County road Supt. Kenneth Hughes was filed Wednesday in Washington Circuit Court by Joe Guthery, a 'ormer county road employe. Guthery alleges that between 1969 and 1973 he performed mechanical repair work on various bulldozers, tractors and He told members "if the this committee is the only other heavy by Gilbow equipment owned and Hughes for Financial Investigators Are Secretive On Bell Irregularities DALLAS ( A P ) -- South- wcslcrn Bell Telephone Co. financial investigators probed t h c company's accounting books today in Dallas and San Antonio bill remained secretive nboul their progress into what they called "Irregularities" in the San Antonio office. The special investigation by a team of Bell auditors from (he The Jawboner The sculpture "The Jaw- boner" by Norman Burnow of New Berlin, Wisconsin, is being prepared for shipment to President Ford to encourage him in ills recent resolve (o Jawlioue, or urge labor a n d industry to moderate their wage and price demands. The head and beak of the bird- shaped work is a cow's jawbone. (AP Wirephoto) type of rag the students can put out, maybe we ought to discontinue it." Several members of the committee agreed with Alford as he moved that the Legislative Council be asked to direct the proper legislative committee to investigate. M o s t of the excerpts presented were from a column entitled "Stoned" written by Jack Stone, the pen name of Traveler staff member Eddie Eifling. David -Baer of Little Rock, Traveler editor, said he was "rather disturbed" about the attack on the column, saying it was bringing "a rather small part of the paper into focus." Baer said he felt a columnist should "have freedom of expression" adding that if Stone was a newswriter he could understand the concern. Baer, who has been editor since April, is already trouble with the University's Board of Publication over the language used in the newspaper. Baer said he bad been told t complaints continue the board will consider his replacement, which he was not paid. Gulhery claims that he invested 224 hours of his time and labor in the repair work and estimates reasonable compensation for the work at $5 per hour. Guthery said that in lieu of a casli payment form the defendants, he agreed lo accept one Ford tractor. The tractor, Guthery staes, was delivered in July, 1972 by a county truck and employes. The suit also states that Guthery purchased a new radiator, carburetor, starter and battery for the tractor. It alleges that the tractor was taken back by the two defendants in the fall of 1973. after a Grand Jury investigation. Guthery says that Gilbow and Hughes have constantly refused any payment for his services. He now asks that the two men reimburse him $1,200 for his past labor, plus court and attorney cost. Groups Endorse Drivers License Revision Pians LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A comprehensive new driver licensing and safety program that will be proposed to the 1975 legislature got the genera approval of two interim legisla live committees Thursday. The program would overhau the state's current driver li censing procedures. The Joint Interim Committee on Revenue and Taxation and nnroi Obituary ·iiiiiiiiiiuiiuBiiiiniiiiiiiiiiinii iiimwi iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiuiiu iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirauiiraiiiiiiiMBWiiii were checking any Gravitt was coti- Dean (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) man's attorney, William S. :ompany's St. Louis headquar- crs comes during a coroner's nvcsligation into the death of 1\ 0. Gravill,' general manager if Bell's Texas operation. Gravitt was found dead of carbon monoxide poisoning at ils home Oct. 17. He was in his closed garage, his car engine running. A spokesman at Bell's St. .ouis headquarters denied today that Gravitt had been fired 'lie day before he died. Company officials earlier said they possibility iccled with the "irregularities' probe in San Antonio in when one highnplaced official already has been suspended from his job. Gravitt until May last year was head of the San Antonio operation which is the parent office for about two-thirds of the state system. He was head also of the Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce when he was, according to an associate, "suddenly" promoted to the Dallas office. "It was an unusual move because his chamber presidency didn't expire until January this year. He still had several MRS. ELLEN LYONS Bcnlonville -- Mrs. Ellen Lyons, 79, of Bontonville, died Thursday in a Rogers nursing home. Born J u l y 10, 1895 in Hayficld, Eifglanet, she came lo the United Stales in 1913 a n d _ _ . me Army Nurses Corps during World War 1. She was a member of the Church of , Survivors are two sons, Raymond E, of Ottumwa, Iowa and Jclm R. of Linn, Mo. and six grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at Burns Chapel with burial in Bcntonville Cemetery. MRS. VERA MCCOLLUM Mrs. Vera D. McCollum, 71, of Stigler, Okla., died Thursday in Stiglor. Born Oct. 3, 1903 in Oklahoma she was u life member of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers; set 1 vert on the first Governor's Ad visory Committee on Education and held state offices in the Oklahoma Federation of Wo men's Clubs. Survivors are three sons, Dr Edward N. McCollum of Deca . MRS. MAE NAPIER Mrs. Mao Myrtle Napier, 88, f Fayeiieville died this morn- if! in « Gravcttc hospital. Sho ,-a's b o r n Sept. 18, 1W18 in iombs, (he daughter of Henry ml Mary Helen Cornell, 'hornberry and was a member f Ihe Pentecostal Church. She is survived by a son, 'ack Henry Evans of Wichita, .Can.; three daughters, Mrs. lulh Mounder of Long Beach, Cnllf., Mrs. Mary Long and Ylrs. Iva Cook both of Fayette- le; nine grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Funeral service w i l l be 2 p.m. Monday In McCord Church v i I h burial In McCord Cemc- ery u n d e r the direction of Nel's Funeral Home. i V C V U l l U C UliW* j.u.T.um,iLi mi.* - - - --Judiciary endorsee! the pro- "onto to serve and wmpan.es tur, of Dr. Robert H. McCollun Fayetteville and Sidne. Frates said at one point. Forty Organizations Request Clarification Of Standards WASHINGTON (AP) -- Forty organizations have urged that proposed new standards for housing for farm workers not be put into effect until public heatings are held and .the standards strengthened. "The regulations are so vague that they will permit housing with no windows, no nearby toilet, facilities, no screens, no adequate space and no electricity," they -said in a telegram to. Labor" Secretary Peter Brennan. . ,-.. The new standards have beeu proposed by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration as a substitute for earlier standards issued' in 1971 and 1968. ' · _ The proposed new standards "wipe out the pitiful gains made through the years," the organizations said, by lowering Judy Petty Declines Comment LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Re publican J u d y Petty, who op poses the re-election bid o Rep. Wilbur D. Mills, D-Ark. declined comment Thursday 01 White House Press Secretar; Ron Nessen's refusal t o ' sa: whether President Ford wa formally endorsing her. Nessen told reporters he he lieved Mrs. Petty was waging vigorous campaign for Con gress and said Ford "wishe her well." "I-have received nothing per sonally," Mrs. Petty said "Based upon his comment, comment." Mrs. Petty had said Monda that she had sent a telegram i the White House asking Ford I clarify his position on the rac after Mills told the Little Roc Jaycees that he had the tac endorsement of Ford. "I still think I'll get a rep] to Ihe lelcgram," Mrs. Pett said. She said the President had in vited her to the White Hous earlier in the campaign for briefing on issues. She said th; "at that time I assumed it co stiluted an endorsement." m N. East Ave. Fajelievlllc. Ark, -,T,0\ Published daily arid Purcday evcep January 1, July 4. Thanksgiving am Christmas. second Chss Towage Paid al Kara t evil! e. Ark. MEMBER ASSOCIATE I) PRESS The Associated Press Is entitled ex clusivety [o lha use lor repnhlioa lion of all local news printed In th] newipaper £i well as all AP newj dispatches. BUBSCTimiON HATES Effective October 1, 13^3 nome Delivery Per month by carrier __--- J3.25 Bir.zla copy daily JOc, Sunday U.S. Slall In Washington, Benton, Madlsna Coyn- lles, Ark., Adair Oo., Okfa,: 3 months ..-6 months 1 YEAR City Box Section ,, Otililde above course*: S months . 1 YEAR ~~ 1 8.M 18.00 30.01 40.00 13.5 18.00 . M.OO AM, MAH, SCBSCWPTIONS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE andards and making them enforceable. The regulations would be enforceable, said lawyers in e Migrant Legal Action Pro am, primarily because £ jrker could not make a com- aint unless he could prove he to live condition the Clinton Raps Hammerschmidrs Committee Vote Congressional candidate Bill Clinton of Fayetleville said Thursday night that Congress It BORNE OUT wasn't long before statement was borne the out. gram without formally recommending approval of the proposed legislation. The major features of the program include a requirement that drivers' licenses be issued every four years instead of every two years. The issuance of a license would be combined with an eye examination and a general review of a driver's physical condition. Color photographs of the drivers would be taken and would be placed on a laminated driver license. A driver Frates attempted to ask Dean a question based on a tape recording of a meeting he ha'd M. Nixon 23. 1973. former President Richard and Haldeman June should vision ministration to exercise over the closer super- Veterans "prevent Ad- the as required using as a oyment. I Raphael Semmes, executive icretary ol the National Asso- ation of Farm Worker Pro- ·ams, cited a survey of mi- rant housing in 400 counties in 73 by the Farmers Home Ad- linistrgiion that found that 65 er cent of it was substandard. "Much, if not all, of this sub- andard housing would sudden- 1 become standard under the rpposed regulations," Semmes aid. Coiiies o[ the telegram were ent to Sen. Harrrison Williams, ,-N.J., and Rep. William Ford, i--Mich., with letters -request ng that If the regulations are ut into etfect the two chair- icn of labor subcommittees onvene hearings on them. The organizations included he NAACP, (he United Mine Vorkers of America, the Unitec \uto Workers Union and other abor and social - welfare ;roups. abuses that have been caused by the repeated appointments of political hacks to high offices within the VA. Clinton, a Democrat, opposes the re-election bid of Rep. John Paul Hammerschmidt, R-Ark. That was the conversation In which Nixon agreed with Haldeman that the FBI should be s t e e r e d away from investigating the Watergate break-in, which occurred six days earlier.. Nixon made the tape public three days before he announced his resignation. The jury had not heard the tape and chief prosecutor James F. Neal objected to the questions. He warned that if the questions were permitted he would play the tape. "We want that tape in here DA Debate Team Travels To Tourney The University of Arkansas Debate Team in the Depart ment of Speech and Dramatic Arts left Thursday for Huston La., to participate i,i a three day speech and debate tourna ment at Louisiana Tech. The six students will compete in debate and individual events P a r t i c i p a t i n g f o r t h e Jniversity will be Rita Kirk o Fayetteville, Jay Melekian o Springdale, Dennis Heerwagei of North Ridge,'Calif., Kelley King of Kocky Ford, Colo., Jin Tones of Little Rock and Lil Thompson of El Dorado. They were accompanied b; d e b a t e coach Raymon' Rodgcrs. right now, banging his judge's bench. Frates hands shouted, on the e m '|a-member of the House Committee on Veterans Affairs. Clinton said he supported an qualizatipn of vocational train- ng benefits and a tuition sup- lement program. Clinton, 28, said Ham- nerschmidt had cast the swing vote" in a recent con- crence committee decision not include the tuition program n new veterans legislation. "This is a classic example," Clinton said. "His vote would lave made the difference, but e chose lo vote against the reterans ot the 3rd District. "For too long," Clinton told lie Fayetteville chapter of the disabled American Veterans, 'you have been willing to sup- ort an incumbent member of Congress just because he sits a committee important to i. This same incumbent, my opponent, has accepted your .upport, then turned around and voted for fiascos like the Russian wheat deal, unfair tax rates and a|l the rest." Clinton said he wanted to correct the inequities lo World War I veterans that exist in the current system. improvement pro- another 1947. "We do, too," said Neal. Hurriedly, the judge sent the jury from the room. After arguments among the lawyers, Sirica called a recess. Returning lo fhe court, with the jury still out, he said he wanted to make a statement. He talked about the trial being a serious case and said, "I don't want this case to have what they call a carnival atmosphere to it. We ought to try it like any other case, not just because it gets a lot of publicity all over the world, so lo speak." Bl (CONTINUED FHOM PAGE I) Jram would be created. Under .his program, the state would dentify and try to help prob- em drivers. A medical advisory board also would be formed o review specialized medical cases to help state officials determine if a person can safely shut.' operate a car. Gravitt, All high schools would be required to include a driver education program as part of the regular curriculum. The driver licensing program would be reorganized and put in the state Public Safety Department. The administration of the vehicle safety inspection program would be put under the state Office of Driver Services. All persons under 18 applying for drivers' licenses would have to complete a "driver education course before they could receive an unrestricted license. Applicants for drivers' licenses would be tested according to classifcations, which would be based on the kinds of vehicle the persons would be driving. Siioam Hospital Head Resigns SILOAM SPRINGS-Dwight Holcomb has resigned as administrator of Siioam Springs Memorial Hospital. His resignation was announced this w e e k and will be effective in the next 60 days. The Board of Directors has begun a search for a new administrator and is accepting applications for the positio usually permit their people to finish out their chamber terms before transferring Ihem," said the associate, who asked not to be named. Company investigators said they have obtained numerous statements from Bell employes in Dallas and San Aotnnio in connection with their probe of what sources said involve expense accounts and 'kickbacks on right-of-way purchases, contracts and purchase of equipment. One Dallas supervisor said the "irregularities" involved m'o r e than $1 million. Another source said "hundreds of thousands of dollars" is involved. An executive in the Dallas office said, "The lid is on tight. Things are pretty wild' around lere right now. Everyone hns been told to keep their mouths McCollum of Benlonviile; oni brother S. Leo Davis of Liltl R o c k ; one sister, Mrs. Ka therine Elliott of Miami, Fla and nine grandchildren. Funeral service will be a 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Mallory Funeral Home in Stigler wit graveside services at 4:30 p.m Saturday at the Oak Grov Cemetery in Conway. OBIT Legal Notices-- Election School A judges and clerks school 'or election officials for the November 5 General Election n Washington County will be held Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. The school is sponsored by the Lpaguo of Women Voters. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! If you cannot reacb your TIMES carrier PHONE 442-6242 Dally 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturoay 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. Legal Notices-- Call No. 491 Charter No. 7346 National Bank -Region No 8 REPORT OK CONDITION, CONSOLIDATING DOMESTIC SUBSIDIARIES, OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FAYETTEVILLE I ^l, T iTM STATE OF ARKANSAS, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON OCTOBER 15, 1074. PUBLISHED IN RESPONSE TO CALL "ACE BY COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY, UNDER TITLE 12, UNITED STATES CODE, SECTION 161. ASSETS Cash and due from banks . 51, was considered among associates to be a corporate superstar, a climber who had followed one success with since joining Bell in A spokeswoman at his home said the family will have no comment regarding his death. - $11,370,951.07 _ 3,461,757.29 2,999,029.04 U. S. Treasury securities Obligations of other U. S. Government agencies and corporations Obligations of States and political subdivisions Other securities .. . . . . Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell ' 4,000.000.00 Loans .... _ 39.1GG.421.47 425,790.00 Old Missouri Road Improvements Set SPRING-DALE -- Springdale B e t h e l Heights, a n d Benton County will work toggether to improve Old Missouri Road north between the county line and Hwy. 264. Construction work that will include ditch widening, culvert replacement, and road re-basing is scheduled to begin Monday. Road surfacing will not be undertaken until next spring after the road base has had time to settle. The Economic Development Association's heavy equipment ..... ..... ...... ------------------------Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, dnd other assets representing bank premises Other assets ______________ . TOTAL ASSETS . 354.S83.31 639,452.45 $80,416,523.78 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations . $24,989,590.85 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 32,478 998.34 Deposits of United States Government 'l47',066.47 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 11,518,014.00 Deposits of commercial banks 1,3915.553.43 Certified and officers' checks, etc. _ 414,862.83 TOTAL DEPOSITS $70,945,085.92 (a) Total demand deposits $35,076,772.75 (b) Total lime and savings deposits $35.868,313,17 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase 425,000.00 Other liabilities 1,432,638.30 class that is expected pleted by December. Head Start Seeks Home Visitor Applications for the newly created position of home visitor in the Head Start program in the Fayetteville Springdale area are now being accepted by the Economic Opportunity Agency (EOA). Applications will be accepted through November 7. A vehicle will be provided by the EOA and the job requires a great deal of driving. The salary is Hospital To Guarantee Services FINDLAY, Ohio (AP) Blanchard Valley Hospital has started an experimental program guaranteeing hospital services. Dissatisfied patients won't have to pay their bills. The guarantee covers services such as nursing care, food and housekeeping, but it docs not include the services of physicians and dentists or results of medical care. Administrator William Ruse said Thursday that patient complaints will be investigated by a panel of administrative staff members to make sure they are justified and to determine where improvements are 1983 -- two years before the ast of 247 planes, including :hree prototypes, are scheduled to be built -- the cost is expected to reach $18.6 billion, or about $76 million per plane That's $7.4 billion higher than estimated in 1970. Congressional critics, stunned by the dramatic hike which the Air Force attributes mostly to nflation, will be watching the 'light tests in December with a 'this had better be good" atti- -ii de. The Pentagon will make a decision by November 1976 on whether to put the Bl into production. "The flight tests will be absolutely crucial to the fate of the program, and very quickly," says a high Air Force official. Air Force officials'bewail the Holcomb indicated ha will remain in the health care field but did plans. not reveal his future assist in the lo be work com Cycle Crash Injures Youlh TOTAL LIABILITIES $72,802,724.22 RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES Reserve for bad debt losses on loans $ 586.515.27 Other reserves on loans · _ _ . 500,000.00 Reserves on securities . 723,238.89 TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES $ 1,809.754.16 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Equity capital--total .$ 5,804,045.40 Common Stock--total par value 250,000.00 .No. shares authorized 12,500 No. shares outstanding 12.500 Surplus __. 1,000,000.00 Undivided profits . 4,554,045.40 escalating costs, no control Abner B. have Gen. "Inflation i over," Maj. Martin, BI program director, told an inter- . $4,200 per year. Applicants may plications at the oblain ap- Head Start Office on the V e t e r a n s Hospital or hy calling 521-1372. grounds of the Administration needed. He said gram is the guarantee designed to pro- give patients some assurance upon entering the hospital and possibly "help the patient get well a ;ittle bit faster." The hospital has 500 employ- es and admits about 10,000 patients a year. "We have a lot of confidence and faith in our people." Ruse said. "If we didn't feel we give Construction (CONTINUED PROM PAGE OSI) Tex., $2,450,000. Board members, present, in addition to McKim, included Curtis Shipley, Vernon Fitzhugh and Dr. Don Baker, chairman of Lhe Building Committee. Representing Hewitt and Royer, were Bob Hoyer, Marve Bordcn, Rich Lightle and Don Wilson. Also perstnt was Dale Ducote, acting administrator. good care to wouldn't have gram like this." begin with we adopted a pro- M. William Fields CHARTERED LIFE Ur7D£RWRITER EPECTRUM FINANCIAL SERVICES The Finest In Ufa Insurance Product 3M Ralhcod* Offica Building, 210 North Block st Telephone: 521-5178 FayollevUle. irijnjai 17m School Lunches To include Young Beef WASHINGTON (AP) -- Meat from young beef animals weighing generally 250 to 500 pounds each will be allowed in hamburger bought for donation to school cafeterias under a new specification announced by the Agriculture Department. The change i s to enable so- called young beef from calves 3 to 9 months old to move into school lunch purchases and lelp take up some of the current surplus of those animals low moving to market. Normally, school lunch ham- jurger comes from mature ieef animals -- including cows and bulls -- which often are culled from herds, plus meat available from slaughter steers and heifers. Officials say the "young beef" is not veal, since that comes from calves generally less than three months of age. School lunch hamburger purchases since July 1 lotal more than 64.8 million pounds at a cost of about $45.8 million, the USD A said. SPRINGDALE--A 15-year-old Springdale youth is in satisfactory condition at Springdale Memorial Hospital today following a motorcycle-pickup truck collision Thursday afternoon on Pleasant Street at Highland Avenue. Darrell Dewaync Easley, 919 Eicher Ave., sustained head injuries and a broken wrist when the motorcycle he was riding north on Pleasant collided with the pickup driven by Samuel Lee Main, 65, 606 Carlton St. Police reports indicated Main was traveling south on Pleasant when he left-turned into t h e path of Easley. Charges are pending. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $ 5,804.045.40 People Helping People Directors of m4 Funeral Service j Servlcesi EDMONDSON, Fr«d J. -- Friday 2:00 p.m. Fjrst Baptist Church, Springdale. Dr, Burton Mlley officiating. Inlcr- m e n t , Bluff Cemetery. NAPIER, Mrs. MM Myrtle -Monday, 2:00 oa.m. McCord Church. Rev. Basil Ixidford officiating. Interment, McCord Cemetery, HOW'S YOUR NOSE FOR A BARGAIN? If you've been snooping arounc for something you haven't been able to find, maybe you haven't tried the right places! Check the daily columns of the Classified Ad section for those hard- to-locale items at bargain prices. TOTAL LIABILITlEvS, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS -$80,416,523.78 MEMORANDA Average of total deposils for the 15 calendar days ending with call date .... $68,440,963.82 Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date $38,970,111.49 I, George E. Shelton, Exec. Vice President of the above-named bank, do hereby declare that this report of condition is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. George E. Shelton We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. Ellis E. Shellon, Hal C. Douglas, Maupin Cummings, Directors WATKRBED, kluK tile, wtlh tfold upholstered frame, and liner. In excellent conijilion. J30. Call xvx-xxxx. The above ad found a cash buyer instantly. People from all over the area read and shop the Classified Ads every day. It's the easiest . . . and least expensive way for buyer and seller to get together. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS Phone 442-6242 RE-ELECT REPRESENTATIVE CHARLES W. STEWART WHO · By Experience Is Effective · Has Tenure To Be In Positions of Responsibility · Has A Proven Record · Makes Impartial Decisions Gives the Office Stability and Character Believes Accomplishments Are Made by Teamwork These Qualities Should Not Be Changed Paid for by Joanne Stewart

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