2 Â· Northwest ArkotiKi! TIMES, Monday, April 12, 1976 Welfare Bill Rises To Aid Family ol Dependent Children Â· W A S H I N G T O N (AP -- Tbei av erage family that wen I on ' the nation's welfare rolls last year was smaller than in the past bu t t he over-all wel fare bill rose 21.4 per cent, the government says. f About 266,000 families with 479,000 members were added to the Aid to Families with De: pendent Children (AFDC) program in ' 1975, That gave the program a total of nearly 3,5 mill [on families and more than 11.3 million individuals. The new welfare families averaged less than two recipients, while families that joined in the past averaged more than three, figures from the Department of Health, Education and Welfare .indicated. '. The over-all cost of the 'lion's \vplfare programs -- ..AFDC, Medicaid and state and L local relief -- climbed 21,4 per -,'cent last year to a record $24.S -,billion, tip from J20.4 billion in 1974. The cost is up more than .".40 per cent from the $17.7 bil -Jion spent on welfare in 1973.' Â·.-.- Medicaid, which provide* . health care for the poor, cosl -. $13.9 billion and comprised ^-more Ihan 56 per cent of the :.welfare bill. It was up 23.7 per got nearly $68. By comparison, hey received $205 and $61 per uonth in 1974. The general assistance programs, run by stale and local governments w it h federal 11 atching funds, grew by 27.8 ler cent last year. They added 145,000 families for a total of ^Â·Â·cent from 1974, AFDC payments exceed e Â·. .$9.2 billion, up 16.3 per cent The average family receive* Â·32(1 per vhile the month in benefits, average NEW YORK STOCKS individual 667,000 families recipients. Theii with cost 95.000 rose 3-1 per cent (o $1.5 billion. The general assistance programs paid an average of $142 fer family and $93 per recipient each month last year. As unemployment soared in 1975, tbe number of jobless fathers heading families on M'el- far e grew by 33.6 per cent. About 30,000 uneniploy ed-father families joined AFDC rolls in 1975, HEW said. Overall, there were 120,000 such families in 28 states receiving benefits costing $43.9 million. Mothers without husbands headed most families receiving AFDC. The HEW issued the statistics for 1975 at a reporter's request. The' department normally issues them in April, but sources said HEW did not plan to publicize them this year because of the political sensitivity of the 'welfare issue in an election Ark Best Corp .... Ainer Tel Tel ... Ark La Gas Baldwin Campbell Soup ,.. Central S W Pet Monte 3tliards Kasco A G Edwards Emerson Frontier Air Gen Growth Cordon Jewelry , . , Intl Harv I-T-E Imperial .... Kresge Levt Strauss ..;..', Marcor '.'.'', Penneys Pizza Hut TUlsloii Purina .... Raytheon Sambo's Scott Paper- .. Sears Shakespeare ...... Union Carbide .... Victor . Wal-Mart Ark West Gas .... Kearney Natl Minute Man Pioneer Foods ... K K Porter Std Reg Tyson Foods Life And Liberty Week Opens At First Baptist Church Here . 55U 21 \'i WA 191s ... 46V. . ..... 13 ..... 73% .. I9K-20 .... 6W-7 ... Â«-lS4 .... 5'A-6 ____ 37-38 lSH-17'.i .. 15',4-lB iiinifflitiiitWHinLiiiniiiiiWMmm MRS. NANCY M U R R A Y | ROBERT TUS1NGER Siloam Springs" IlobeM Leroy TuKinger, -17. of Siloam Springs , . S a l u r ' d a y a t Springdalc Memorial Hospital. Born Nov. '8. 1012 in Lowell, the daughter of Ha r l e y and Matlie N T cil Obituary Springdale-- Mrs. Nancy Ellen lm-rnv, 63. ol Springdalc died ' Mabry, she was a Elriptist. She is survived by her luisband. Albert A. of Ebe lioiiie: hvo daughters. Mrs. Pauline [Irosmnn of Springrialc- anc Mrs. Jimniic Hyde ol Rogers; both ot Lowell, Bob, 'B^ i l l and six brothers. Major and iNci Floyd, all of KayeUeville. and Lloyd of Springdale, one sister " Mrs. Bonnie Springdale and children. Funeral service Dowrium ." o f i v e grand will be at 2 Averages Is up Trans - down .99 Ulils i up .01 Volume - 2.650,000 p.m. Tuesday in the Chapel with burial in Cemetery. .. , , , . CHARLES E1CHBLATT , 'rairie Grove--Clmrlcs Â·' Roy cllblatt. 7-1, of Prairie Drove, ed Sunday at a Fayetteville snital. Horn July 17. 1901 al wic. .Tex., f the son of Pnul fred and (Ethel ;Johnsoi) Eich- alt; he ' m o v e d " ' I d ' Â· Prairie ove from Casper, Wyo., in 1 and was a Baptist. ' v surVived'byUhe.'witlmv. Commodity Openings May corn May soybeans Apr eggs May pork bellies May wheat 266'A 480V 4270 7825 . 352 Life and Liberty Week opened! ;at Fayelteville'E First Baptist! V Church Sunday with a perform" ance by Martha Branham. a ,we!!-kno\vn concert soloist who J :i? artist in residence at South~ e r n Melhodist University. i . She "is widely recognized as " a performer- in opera and on _ Broadway as well as in reli- ;;gious music circles. She was Â·;listed in the 1965 edition of "'.Outstanding Young Women of v '.America, 1 ' and in the 1967 % edition of "Personalities of the South/' :. Tonight's appearance will be *by Shirley Colhran, Miss America of 1975: Miss Cothran. whose home is Denton, Texas, holds ihe bachelor of science : degree in education, a master's degree in guidance and is currently working Â· toward a doctorate in counseling and parent education. SPECIAL GUEST Tuesday night Mike Kirkland. quarterback for the University Â· of Arkansas Ka;orbacks, will be the church's special guest. Wednesday the Baptist Stu. dent Union Choir under the Â·Â·direction of - Don .Wright will ^present special music they fea .--tured during a lour of Arkansas '-Â·in the spring break, in addition ."to special music. '-;. The following night, Thurs Â·'-day. the Baptist Student Union ' drama team Â· will preset! ."Christ in a Concrete City.' --The team has performed befon ^ the Baptist State Leadership -.Conference and at churchc. -throughout Arkansas. - Friday night - Dean Wilder -director of vocal instruction - .'.William Jewel College a n d a " concert artist of major rcpi /tation. will be the special guesl .-Â· He has performed as leadinj -* ( lenor with the NEW S'ork Cit; .-'.Opera Company and with th .Godov.sky Opera Theater, an .'have given many solo perform Bailee's under such conductors a ^Leonard Bernstein. Willia ''Steinburg, Bernard Haitink an -."Robert Shaw. ". ONE ACCORD I - Saturday night, the On .X Accord, a special oul-reac '--'group from the First Baptis Â·.* Church, will be special gues -"^The fine Accord is a uniqu Â· organization that has bee Â· ^ s h a r e d with audiences all ove Â·'Ihe United Slates and Canada '-.The 25 voice singing group an V-'lO-piece hand combine I ,;;present a wide variety of musi -'--styles from new arrangemen' r_of in spiral iona 1 gos pc I lo coi temporary religious music. Â· ? In their concert Saturda 7 night the group will t ;,*presenting a special patriot Â·J God and Counlry" perform *- ance ivith rear-screen mui) Â·^'media. This will be the fin ;performance of (his season ''rthe Fayetteville area. The On *Accord has recorded I "Released a record enlitled vNew World with the One A /'"cord" and also has just co: ;ypleled and aired on April '/.'and April 11 a h a l f - h o u r tcl . \" vis ion /name, *' special of the sain **'Â· The Life and Liberty Ca - Fovrvlrf WA ' 113 N.' E^il Ave Faj*tt*vflle, Ark 72701 . PnUlibcd dallj acd Scr/lay January 1, Jolj t TliartJKlvln christmw SÂ«CM4.CUM Pf5tJH* . Paid al Faretleville, Art- SDBftCBIPTIO.V RATES Effective November I. 187* 1 la WÂ»Â»MnÂ«tÂ«i. BtnWn. Midiwa Oemv tlÂ«. Ark.. AiUfr Co. Okti.i iBWrtg '^J, ^\^^^'^ 3 month* t*j 1 Y1 *iL KAJL strBSCBirnoNB fATAItLE Dt 1DVANC* ign. under the over-all direc- n of Dr. Nathan Larry Baker. stor of the First Baptist urch, began in January with prayer vigil and will conclude ster Sunday morning. Challengers CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) ere at .home Sunday. The esident scheduled a reception r 1 his afternoon' for his etec- n committee. Jackson was scheduled to -Pittsburgh" in ' t h e Â·afternoon d Wilkes-Bttrre' in', the eve- rig; Udall planned lo go after les in Philadelphia, w i t h - a ctory tour, handshaking and meeting with newspaper e'di- rs a n d . students before flying Pittsburgh on his agenda. Udall over the weekend an- uncetl the iippointment of a w campaign director, but de ed that any shakeup was in Ived. WOULD ACCEPT Humphrey, reiteralirig that Motorcycle, Car Recovered By Police Two vehicles -- a motorcycle reported stolen on Saturday am a car reported stolen on Thurs day -- svere - recovered b Knyelteville police Sunday. Patrolman Gerald Brartle* said he found a 1973 Honda 12o motorcycle abandoned in at alley behind a service station at 349 M. College Avenue late Sundav morning. The motor cycle, owned by Chuck and Jean Pharr of. 333 N. College Ave., was reported stolen from their residence on Saturday. Patrolman Forrest Lawsqn e a r l y Sunday morning recovered a 1972 Ponliac Gran Prix in brush behind a buildin al 26 N'. Colle.ee Ave. The car owned by Kevin P. Bourke o Hole"" 1 *' Hull on i h p Universal of Arkansas ' campus, reported stolen Thursday from King's Pizza on North Colleg Avenue. Purse Stolen SPRINGDALE--A DU r s stolen from the kitchtn tabl of the Leroy Proctor residenc e~ is not a candidate but would ccept the nomination if the onvention deadlocks, predicted e would win the general elec- ')n if nominated. He said he won't try to dis- uade u n c o m m i t t e d " delegates om supporting him; and ouldn't rule out appearances tat might c o n f l i c t : with the ampaign Vof the announced andidates. ' Jackson; meanwhile, contin* ed to attack Carter's use of le phrase "ethnic purity" -or which Carter has apologized -- saying the apology * could nly add to the damage. Jackson said. "It raises the uestion of his judgment." ackson said Carter had in- ulted "just about everybody" ith the statement. More J . early Sunday morning recovered '. in Elmdale later that day by fishermen. Police said the purs was returned with everythin in it except about $100 in cas and a checkbook. The purs was taken from the kitche table while the Proctor's wei asleep Sunday morning, polii said. ' Schlesinger rrXDXTlNUED FROM PJiGK ONE) has undergone gy- mn. "Delcnle rations in the course of the last hree years. Its meaning has shrunk." he added. "I would hope thai there would he a tempering of some ot the passions of the Cold War period." said Schlesinger, but added lhat Americans must prepared (o "maintain the deterrent." We should not unilateral disarmament (weapons) lags on t h a t the Soviets arc ; respond," he said. Tires Stolen SPRINGDALE--Two tires Lhe car of Paul He-vron FajreUeville were slashed la Saturday while the vehicle w parked al the Veterans Foreign Wars parking lo police said today. CB Stolen SPRINGDALE -- H a r o Mayes. 1508 White Roa reported the Ihcft ol his citize band radio from his Intern tional Scout Sunday. Mayes sa the radio was taken from locked vechicle either Saturday or Sunday morning. Thr- Scout rs. Helen Eichblatt of tbe me; two daughters, Mrs. eimy Cedars, of Chkxv Calif., d Mrs: Gloria Threlkeld of odeslo, Calif.. .' "one son, cphen of Sherman,'Tex.; two slers, Mrs. Paula Edmonds of. awood, Kan. and .Mrs; Olga dom ot Forl-'Arthur, Tex.; d seven grandchildren. Graveside service will be held 10 a.m. .Tuesday at Prairie rove .Cemetery under the rection of : Luginbuel Funeral ome. tijjt- died at his"hoine Sunday." Born Jan. Mt. 102!) in Siloam Springs, HID son of Claud and Emma Provost TusiiiBOr. lie was a retired Civil Service c'miiloye. a veteran at World War II and a member ol Ihe Four Square Ciospcl Church. He Is survived by tbe widow, Mrs. Margaret Ann.I'elly Tus inger of tbe homei a son, Gary of Jacksonville. Ark.; a diiuglllcr, Miss Becky Sue Tus- inger of Siloam SprinKs; bis parenls of Silonm Sprinss: two brolliers, ' Sam of Siloan' Springs and Ed of Alanlctaa Calif.; a sister. Mrs. Edith Ann Morgan ol Rivfrside, Cam.: and two grandchildren. F'uner'al service: will.be at 10 a.m.' Wednesday: at the Wasson Memorial Cbapel wilh burial in Oak Hill Cemetery. lift VAN GLIDEWEJ.I, Glidewell. two day old inlanl son of Bobby G. and Deborah Arm Stanfill Glidewell of Lincoln died Saturday in Little Rock. Survivors, in addition to his bis nialeina? Mr ' a n d Mrs. Pryor Urges Full Time Parole Board JONICSnORO. A r k . (AP) -Goy. David I'ryor says lie may introduce a proposal for a full- lime professional parlous ;mc parole board as a means ol fighting the slate's increasing crime rale, "We've got 16 come to 'H.' Prvor said Sunday in an Inter view on KAIT-TVs "It Focus'' progrn in. Pryor said (he proposal to do away with the part-lime board may be one way of solving (he slate's prisons problems, I'ryor, said he expects that Ihe 1977 Legislature uill consider a professional pardons and parole board. The governor said lie expects the professional pardons and parole hoard proposal ' Â» be one of., the 1 , most con Â·overslal issues during - l h c cxt legislative 1 ' session. Pryor said ho" may. introduce Sheltered Workshop Seen By Industry Representatives parculs. arc grandparents, Vernon Stantill of Lincoln; his paternal grandparents. Mrs. Ruby Wolfe of Lincoln and ,81." Blidewel] Â· of Lincoln and his great-grandmothers. Mrs. Mae Glidewcll-ot Lincoln and Mrs Dora .Kennedy of Weslville Okla. Â· . Â· Graveside services were lick at 10 a.m. today in the Lincoln Cemetery under I h e direction of Luginbuel Funera !ilRS. LIZA CAV1N Lincoln-Mrs. Liza Josephine avin. 83, ' o f Lincoln, died ilurday at ihe Muskogee ospilal'. Born Dec. 31. 1893 at atural Dam, Ark., she was the augnter of Sam and Julia rady Leach. She is survived by livo a l i g h t e r s . Mrs. Verna tephens. of Midland, Tex., Irs. Hazel Mclntire of Lincoln; ne son, Richard of Fort Gibon, Okla.; 11 grandchildrei] id 17 great-grandchildren'. Funeral service will be at 1 .m. Tuesday in llro I.nginbuel h*pel in -Lincoln with burial n the Lincoln Cemelery. MRS. HELEN TAYLOR Mrs. Helen H. .Taylor. 55, of ayettcville. died Sunday al a ocal hospital." Born, .April 22, 920 at Texarkana, the daughter f Marshall and Mabel 'arkington Hatcher, she was a Â· ' - ' ' B a l e s a member chool teacher at Â·lementary School, Winners 01 Produce Conies! Announced SPRINGDALE -- Winners i the 17lh annual Northwest- Ar Icansas Poultry Festival Pru duccrs - of - Ihe - Year Conies were announced by categoric Saturday nighl al Ihc Poullr Princess Pageant in the ol Central Junior High School fioldhouse. All winners will compete in lhp_ state Poultry Festival lo be held, -at Hot Springs in June. Winners i n : Ihe Producer-of- Ihe-Year conlest include Roger Pitts of Lincoln, in Ihe broiler Ulcven Industries in Norwest Arkansas were represented at a buffel luncheon sponsored by Hie Hoard of Directors of Anilities Unlimited. The luncheon served as f o r u m to acquaint industrialists with Ihe services available at the sheltered workshop in Fayeltc- ille. The guests wore con- luclcd through Ihe workshop vhich .was .opened a year ago new buildinfi on Happy follow Iload, and after luncheon saw a slide prcscnlation demonstraling the types of Jobs which can be performed by Ihe nenlally and physically h a n d i capped clients at Ihe workshop "We have invited you to see what .we. can do. to show that our clients can do work for you We could serve more persons 15 years of age and ol' own proposal for a profes onal pardons ' and parotc card next, fall. On another subject, Pryor la eled (he Equal Rights Amend nent a "dead issue" in Aransas. Pryor said ERA --- .'hich would amend the U.S. Constitution 1 ' to /.prohibit f.dis- rirninalLon because of sex -las" liUle chance of gaining the ppi'oval of the Arkansas Legis- ature. Slate Rep. Frank Lady o f ' J d - nesboro, - wlm is- challenging 'ryor for ' t h e 1 governorship in he May 25 primary, has called 3HA a key issue. Pryor has supported "ERA in the pasl, vhile Lady is opposed to the measure. Pryor said ERA 'would be a non-issue" in the' campaign. The. governor also said that every economic, indicator shows hat Arkansas .will have good ,-ears in 1976 arid 1977, especially in 1977. Pryor said an upturn in Ihe economy should prevent a need for a substantial tax increase, which has been predicted by Jim Â· Lindsey of Fa- ycttcviHej who is atso running the Democratic gubernalo rial primary persons [der who can not fit into.the competitive employment picture," said Ril Requeue, board vice chairman who inlro'duced Al Grilfec executive director and George W i 1 s o n , job prociircmcn neciajisl. ,,,,, During the orientation Bill 'hrclrtkcld, c h a i r m a n of public clalions, presented npprccia- nlaqucn lo Standard Icgistcr and D. H. Baldwin, ocal compnnies which have irovklcd sulj-conlract work to \bililic5 Unlimited. Norman o e h r i n g . immediate s pnst IJonrd chairman accepted' the t i n n n c f o r nalchviii and RequcUe Standard Hr-gister i Â·ecpgnition award. .'G r i f f e c emphasized Hie need Jo)' work f o r - c l i e n t s and said. "Killicr we get more work or we will not be iiblo lo continue " The critical need lor , contract win-k ' was emphasized b y ' t h e f u r t h e r v i i i f ., _ . slide presentation where H was noted thai "without more work from area industry Ihc f u t u r e docsn t look bright for- these clients." Information brochures were distributed to Ihe guests listing the types of work that can ba performed and reiterating- ths eal for work. Washington County Probate / Court Judgment Reversed LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The state Supreme Court ruled today t h a t .Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stiinti of Magnolia owed the 56,- 4H. in income (axes they paid under protest tor 1967 IhninRh 1570. ' The Shinns contended they were not obligated to pay the tax because they were not residents of Arkansas according to the definition of residence for Training For Faculty Postponed By Death The in-service training for Kayptleville school .faculty has been postponed because o[ the d e a t h of .Airs, Helen Taylor, a teacheraC Bales School. . The televised program, "The Educat tonal Dilcmna: 'Main* division Pitts raises broilers, streaming" scheduled (or 3:30 lor Ins Farm S e r v i c e p.m. Tuesday has been post- Supporters Of Mao Tse-Tung Stage Rallies TOKYO (AP) -- Supporters of Chairman Mao Tsc - lung hav/; staged more massive ral lies denouncing Eorvner Vici Premier Terifi I[saio : ping. "The struggle is continuing,' the Peking Cammnnist p a r t ; committee reported to the 8 year-old parly, chairman a n the party central committee a it promised to "track down ttit behind-the scenes schemers responsible for a riot by sup porters 1 'O(A Teng i n ' Peking' f the First Baptist Church and a member of K a p p a , Kappa ota. : Â· Survivors include her husband iam H. Tayjor of the..home; wo, sons, Jon of CaUmesa. Calif., and Gene of McKinney. Texas; .[he mother, one brother. M. K. Hatcher; one sister, Mrs. J. R. Scott, all of Texar- tana, ; Tesas; and three grand children. Funeral service will ho at r .,m, Tuesday at the "Firs 3aplisl Church. The body wil ie in stale from 3:30 p.m. to i:30 p.m. Monday afternoon Moore's Chapel. On Wednesday [he body will lie in stale from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. al th Texarkana Funeral Home Texas. Graveside services will be p.m. Wednesday at Ihe Red- waler Cemetery at" 'Redwaler, Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society or to favorite, charilies. Cooperalive. "Alternate winner I poned for a week a n d ' w i l l be , m a j n square lasl Monda: in the broiler division svas'Jack shown on Channel 13 at Ihe Roles of Springdale who grows same limp April 20. The pro- for Tyson Food. , | gram^ to respond to viewers the cKi! division of questions set f o r . the same time \pril 2,0 has been cancelled. A panel discussion w i l l be no pruum^.r^ .hown on April 20 outlining the for -Tyson Food. Alternate roles of education, parents and winner in t h i s division was. Jim peen injhe procoj^ of Uaimng .Win Ihe Produce r-of-tne-1 :-3.t was Kenneth con* s of S"^:f dn '." hl '' rG ' UC ''|Sd'u^Â»o r Â°'l''Â°..d^ Star Claims Marriage To late Loren King'of.-Summers who raises'turkeys for Carfiill and Kenneth Christman of FayeUe- ville who raises turkeys Eor-the F a r m Service Cooperative shared the top 'prize In the turkey division of Ihe Producer- of-lhp-Yflar contest. was parked his .driveway. Police said entry was sained by prying open the door lock. ODAS G R I C B Siioam Springs -- Odas M. Grice, 67, of Siloam .Springs' dted Thursday in Siloam Springs*'Hospilal. Born Jan. 12,j 1909 at Adona, Ark., he w a s | retired s t a t e employe, a veteran'of World War JI, and member , , : of the Amerisan Legion, Veterans of F o r e i g n Wars and Veterans ot World War II. M a n I n j u r e d SPRINCDALE A 37-year-old lie is survived hy daughters, : Mrs. Betty two Jane Police Radio Stolen SPRINGDALE- stolen Saturday nig morning Irom a w owned by Mike ninole. Police s w a s parked i driveway at the theft. The two valued at 8972. Vickers A SPRINGDALE l : a r r e s t e d William Vickers, .36, of Saturday night on Vickcr.s wa.s wanted Jackson County in connection with an hile Ihcft that was Friday. WE'RE SORRY! If y.TM rannotn TIMf^S carrier PHONF, 4.12-6212 Daily 5 lo 6:30 p.m. Saturday 4:3010 6 p.m. S u n d a y s lo9:30a.m. ndulge in ncnl or the hopes repared lo tolen n Regency clonged lo o n we re or Sunday ckc-r truck ram. 4102 (he truck Abram's TIC of the dies wvÂ»re ed - P o 1 i c e m Alfred Lite Rock, charges of a ltd a n r] ed Hccnse. ho.ved lhat cl by L h e iff's Office jn autwno* s reported PAPER? RY! ch your 2 T). 5 p.m. i.m. satisfactory c o n d i t i o n this morning after he accidentally shot himself in his right teg early Sunday. According to police reports, Alroy Barren. 37. of Ilnute 3, was trying to l o a d his .44 magnum weapon when it accidentally discharged. Barren was on a dirt road, off Elm Springs fload, near the En- dacolt Wiggins Animal Hospital. Equipment Token The theft ol about $700 worth of photographic equipment was reported lo F-'ayetteville police Sunday hy Alan Berry. of 300 N. I.everet Ave. Berry told police that a Canon 35 millimeter camera with 11.8 ens, a Canon 200 millimeter ens and case and a Veman 40C millimeter lens and case were stolen from his car Sunday while the car w a s parked at his residence. .Afe/j'o/i'4 DirKton of FunuÂ»l Strvice S21-5MO ^^.^ SI-SVICES:,^^ J JONES,- Victor F. -- Monday. 2:00 p.m. Chapel of Nelson's Kuneral Home. Mr. B i l l Bassctt officiating. Interment, McCord Cemetery. Winfield of England, Ark. and Miss Belly Mae Grace if Cabot, Ark.; two sons. Odas Jr. of El Dorado, and Billy Ray of Sioux City, Iowa.; thnee sisters, Mrs. Lcta Coon of Siloam Springs, Mrs. Rimy K e n n e d y o f Wichita, Kan. and Mrs. PZula iVeedberg of Fort Smith; a brother, H e r m a n of Fort Smith; mother, M r s . Mimic Wm'tener also of Forl Smith and eight grandchildren. j F u n e r a l y^rvlce was j scheduled at 2 p.m. loday at| Wasson Memorial Chapel wilh burial in Bell Cemetery, i CHARMilS H A K K S Bentonvillc--Charles Parker Rakes, 71, Cenlerton area died Ihe Ccnlcrlon area died Saturday in Bales Memorial Hospital. Born July 24. 1904 in DEckson Coun\y. Va., the son of Thomas and M a r t h a CoJley Rakes, he was a member of the First Uniled Methodist Church in Cenlerton. He is survived by the widow. Winners In Poultry Pageant Show 'Patriotism' SPRINGDALE -- Winner's in lhe,.17lh annual NorlhwesE" Arkansas Poultry Feslival Parade Saturday included, those ; en- Iranls who conveyed the parade theme of "patriotism" in-lhei 1 " The parade's Grand '.Prize ,,'as given lo Ihe Lowell Bicen- Icntiial Committee's entry. First prize in Ihe adult division bl the Floats category went to the Benlon County Chrislian Schoo Firsl prize in Ihe youth division of Floats was given to the Litlc Flock Bicentennial Committee Etoat, and second prize in this division went to the Springdale FORT LAUDEHDALE, Fta ^ A p ) Â·-- Fornier movie starlet 'erry Moore, 47, says she was secretly married lo the lale b i l - ' i o n n i r e recluse Howard lughes. but she says she will lot tile a claim against his es- .ate. "Howard was tho greatest :ovcr I ever had," she said in an interview- published Sunday in the Forl Lauderdale News- 'He uMs Ihe best." Hirghes, who died last \veek from kidney failure, had only Hsinhua, the official Chines news agency, said 'more than million members of Ihe arme forces and of their familie took parl in rallies and parade acclaiming the fall of Teng an the appointment of Acting Pre inter Hua Kuo-feng, 56, as pre inier and first vice-chairman o the party. : The backing of "the, army considered vital lo the realix? lion of Mao's plans lo empha size class struggle and politica indoclrination. In the pas some powerful army leader have resisted his radical po icics. bul so far no prominci military figure has commenlc on the events ot (he past The Peking party commEtte said the violence in Tien Men square last week was "a organized, planned and pr meditated counler-revoSulio ary Incident." Foreign observers in the Cl eicFÂ£ capital reported that tl crowd of 100,000 was anger because wreaths honoring the late Premier hou En,-lai had been removed [rorn the Monu- He was d i - - n v ? n L to the People's Heroes. x purposes. The Supreme Court ruling, a 1 decision, agreed with Chandler Darrell Hickman of Pu ski County Chancery Court, Hickman concluded that, al- lough the Sbitins were phys- ally located outside of Aransas much of the time during ie period in question, Ihey had rkansas drivers licenses,' nu- lerous documents prepared by Shinns listed Arkansas as icir address, t h e y owned a ouse in Arkansas which,'they id not renl in their Rbsciicf, nd Shinh registered to, vole in A r k a n s a s ' i n 1970 and declared i tbe registration that he had poh aji Arkansas, resident for ie eight previous years. In other cases, the court: -- A f f i r m e d the perjury, con- Â·iclion of_ E. G. Balentihe in stone Counly Circuit'Court. FIt vas accused of lying lo a Stone County Grand Jury when he de- iied ever having sold Viiart- uana. He received a five-year e n f ^ n c e with four years' of it iispeiidcd. --Affirm ed Hi e f irst-degrc e murder conviction of Jack in avid Fuller in Sehasliah Coun- y Circuit Court. He was.lsen- encpd lo life in prison. F.uLler vas accused of stabbing^anolh- :r man during a robbery at- .empt. COUXTY PROBATE" --Reversed a Washington 3ounly Probate Court judgment n a dispute over the disposition of property of Ihe late John Robert Hilburn. The suit involved 510,000 in personal property and real eslale assigned a, value.of 515,000. The dispute was between Hilburn's widow, Susan Jane Hilburn, anaS Hilburn's mother. ;Jewel Hiihurn, The probate judge, Thomas F. Bull, ruled in favor of Ihc widow. The Supremt Court said Ihc probate court did not"have jurisdiction. Thp court directed thai the case be transferred lo chancery court a n d t h a t Hii- biirn's mother pay the costs of Ihe appeal to Ihn Supreme Court since she.invoked Ih'e jurisdiction of the probate court. --Reversed the Stone County Circuil Court conviction of Richard Hileman on a cllarge of possessing -marijuana Â· with intent lo deliver. HÂ£ was sentenced to five years, two of which were suspended,'- Tn/i :ourt said the testimony of a lolicc officer should have been .tricfcnn from the case. The oT- Student Council. prize of the the adult Cars, Buggies Mrs. Rlanche Ihe P. Rakes of Charles Ellen Walker home; R a k e s .son. Jr., daughters, Bentotiville; Iwo Mrs. Martha Lou Fcatherslon of nentonville and Mrs, Palsy Clark of Dccalur; l\yo brolhcrs, Kilby of Benlonvillc, a n d sisters, Mrs. M a r y King and Jvfrs Ruth Fealheratofi, bolh ot Bcnionvillc: M r s . Frances Pippcnger ol K l k h a r l , Inri. and Mrs. Emma Wjlson, also ol Grove; seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild. F u n e r a l service was scheduled al 2 p.m. lodsy at Durn.i Funeral Bcntnnville wilh Chapel h u r h l in Bcnton Counly Memorial Park. First division and Wagons category was given Id the Springdale B and PW Club. First and second prizes in (he youth division of Ihisj category went to Clyde Wilson ot Rogers and the Cave Springs Bicentennial Commillee, respectively. fn the Marching Units category, (irsl prize was presented o the 4-H Dog Drill Team, and econd prize was given l o ' t h t Springrlale 4-H Club. Schools Participate In Local Fund Drive S t u d e n t s i n F'ayolleville schools will participate in a 'und drive lo raise money to underwrite the restoration or the mural at Inc Washington County Courthouse and purchase a guard rail Thursday. Tho project is u n d e r .th direction of the Bicentennial c h a i r m a n of each of llic schools and Mrs. Emily M a r t i , Bicen tennial projects chairman for the schnol system said students may m a k e contrihutions toHh fund Ihroufih home room teachers. "This was adopted as a Ri centennial project because school children over Ihe county assisted the Marion Chapter o the Daughters of the Americar Revolution in raising the money that paid the artist for the mural when it was comrms sioncd," Mrs. Marti said. two Known wivua. FIE wna ui- vorced from Houston socialite Ella Rice in 1929. No other marriage was recorded for Hughes until he married ac- ress Jean Peters in 19.V7. They were divorced in 1971. Miss Moore sicl there "may iave been'.' children from her alleged^ marriage lo Hughes, but she refused lo be more specific because she is writing her autobiography. She declined lo name her publisher. - -Felony Charged Felony charts of breaking ami entering wore filed in Friday a g a i n s t John O. Thomas, 20, of Huntsvllle. The charges slate that Thomas entered a storage roorr al Ihe Mexican Original Retai Store ! n the Eastgalc Shopping ]enler on April H for the pur- rose of committing a Ihefl. . Windshield Broken Jeff Helm of 116 E. Sycamore SI. fold Fayetteville police Sunday thai someone broke Ihe windshield on his car and broke several eggs on t h e , vehicle Â£om/!limc over the 'weckenc while Ihe car was parked at his residence. ; r Falls From Car n PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) -- r , Jetenia LilMe, 3. of Pine Bluf , t ied Saturday in Jefferson Me . morial Hospital several hour alter she fell oul of a movin f. car, police said. *\ NEED HELP? r . For conOrlfnt!jÂ»" uiformjitlon arassMince OR: 11 1 V.D., prcgnnney, drugs, j, I ptr*n*Â»i school, Tocatlon, e nmawij-JT.ftc. y Call n YOUTH HOT LINE y 441-lf^i e Snn. thru Thvri,, 7-11 p.m. v Frl. and 5i(., I-M p.m. 'ne crowd burned automobiles, allied militiamen and set fire o a government building on .the cjuare. Two days later, the party Po- Iburo announced lhat on lao's rccomtrumdaliDn it had s missed Teng from alt his ovcrnmenl and party posts md elevated Hua. TenR had iceri the target ot a nationwide ampaign of vilification since he dealh on Jan. 8 of Chou, his ponsor and protector. He was ccused of following the "cam- alisl romi," pulling production nd economic progress ahead f class struggle. Teng has not been seen in public since Jan. 15, when h Iclivnrod Mie culogv al Chou's uneral. His whereabouts are inknown. $135 CB Taken The Ihefl of a citizen's bam radio was reported lo Fayet ^viLIc police Sunday hy Lcor. Nicholson of the Sigma Ch louse at the inlerscclion o Maple SlrceL and Vandevcnte Avenue. Nicholson said Ihc R^alisti CB radio, valued al $135. wa taken from his car . y ovcr .th weekend while Ihe ^ar wa parked on Vandcventer Avenue ioer sata il was possible, that ie told Hileman that be was lot interested in marijuana lurch ascd outside Arkansas. lileman admitted buying man- uanfi in Missouri and then was charged. The stale had the bur- Ipn of proving that the officer did nob mislead Hileman. Tha state failed to do that, the Su- AFFIHMKD -- Affirmed Ihe rape - con- viclion and 30-year prison lerm *iven .John Henry Bryant in. Pulashi County Â· Circuit Court 'or lhÂ£ rape of a 12-year-old ?irl in January 1972. The conviction had been affirmed by liiG_Siipreme Court in an earlier --Reduced a Clay County Circuit Court judgment, of $55.605 to 552,508 a g a i n s I Jack McKinney and affirmed ll\a case. The judgment was In favor of Virgil Simslecn, who lilcd suit in November 1973, McKinney. Who went bankrupt in 1969. was the former son-in- law of Shasle/?n. --Affirmed the Rcnlon County Circuil Court 'decision which' said Thurs ton 'National Insurance Co.. owed George W. Dowling SR.500 plus penalty, interest and attorney's fee for \ Ftrp insurance policy on Dowling's house, which was destroyed by fire in May 173. 'fi NOTICE ^^JiSs^ ' ' Â· A . pub|ic_ rneeting of the Communiiy Development Commitlea will be held at 7:30 p.m., April 14, 1976, in Iris Board of Directors Room, Cily Administration Building, Fayetteville, Arkansas The purpose of the meeling will bs to consider again Ihe paving of Fa 11 in Avenue, This mailer is being considered because of a petition presented lo ; the City regarding the matter. Citizeni of the commun ly orn encouraged lo par- licipalo in this meeting.
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