Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 9, 1972 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 9, 1972
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Joint Alarm Response System For Fire Departments Eyed ' SPniNODAUS - Tlio Sprln«.| . fnlo City Coiincll Tuesday iijjjhY approved n resolution allowing I h u '. Fire iHepurlmcnl lo nogotlnto and agreement with - Fayettovllle for establishment of n central dispatching head- ·quarters nnd Joint alarm ·response system and discussed · a t length Cily Attorney Herb R a y s presentation of rls Interpretation ot the now BUb- ·i division ordinance passed Jan. 25. · ' - , Acting upon recommendations of the Northwest .Arkansas Planning Commission presented · by Kira Chief Mickey Jackson, - the Council authorized' Jackson to develop a regional mutual aid (Ire assistance agreement . w i t h Fayetteville calling for development of joint response ..plans- tor certain areas, par.' ticularly In Ihe Northwest Ar- · kansas Plaza vicinity, -. Plans are to be approved by governing bodies of both cities and are to be reviewed each r year by the fire chiefs of the l e f t i e s , and approved by the governing bodies. Business Notes George E. Fish.of Daylon, Ohio, has been promoted arid 'transferred by the Standard Reg I s I e r Company. Effective immediate.y, Fish · becomes supervisor ot plant engineering in Fayetteville for,the.national - business forms compwany. He was formerly electric, general ' maintenance and machine repair foreman at the Dayton .plant. Fish, originally from Tenn e s s e e , joined Standard Register in: 1947 as an electrician and moved up to be group ' leader, foreman, and his last Dayton posilion in early 1972. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Null, : associate directors of Fashion T w o - T w e n t y cosmetics for "Northwest Arkansas returned recently from the annual summersales conference. A-','.special, feature of .the conference .was the announcement that Fashion Two-Twenty Cosmetics have been approved by the Advertising and Evaluation Committee of the American . Medical Association 'to advertise in their publications "MD'S WIFE" and "Today's Health:." Tn order to advertise in these publications rigid standards must be met. Shirley Gibson, Mr. and.:Mrs. Claude Langham, Mr. and Mrs. Larry'· Jacques of 'Fayetteville, Edith Park, of Lowell and Gen Duel! ,of Prairie Grove also ol Fashion Two-Twenty have attended; precent conferences in Little Rock and Kansas City. UA Trustees Add To Land Condemnation IJTTLE ROCK (AP) - An additional 40 feet was added by the University of Arkansas Board of Trustees Tuesday to a land condemnation suit filed against land owned by the Methodist · Children's Home here. The university is seeking 55.8 acres of land adjacent to the campus of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Ray Trammell of Fayetteville, attorney for the university, said the additional land was needed for watershed. The- board also approved a preliminary plan for the development of the Little Rock campus, which includes the proposed Children's Home land The board adopted a resolu tion asking the slate Board ol Higher Education to study the feasibility of having a bond issue to finance the renovation ol Old Main and Waterman Hall the law school building, on the Fayetteville campus. The issue would be retired by studenl fees. Heavy Equipment Class Scheduled Ten employes of Benton County,: Washington County Slloam Springs and Fayelteville will receive a 13-week class in heavy equipment maintenance under auspices of the Public Service Careers Program of the Northwest Arkansas Economic Development District. Co-sponsors are the county and city governments and the Fayellcvillc public schools Classes will be hold at Wesl Campus in Fayetteville. The program is funded by he Department of Labor. More than 150 area persons have been trained during the past two years, · . Guest Speaker Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Good public relations coordinator ol Gllcrcase Institute, will be speaker at the Sunday meeting of the Northwest Arkansas Archco.loglcal Society. Mrs. Good has compiled the hlslorlca! background nf the Knskaskln excavation and wll' show slides of trndo beads used She will report on the nrtlfncl slutllcs and give Interpretive (Intn. Mrs. Good Is secretary treasurer of the Oklahoma Anthropological Society. Tht! meeting to be held n the Shlloh Museum In Spring .dnlo, will start nl I p.m. Tho public Is Invited to at fend, Obituary Calling for nldonncn to ovlcw llio .subdivision ur- fnanco, Ray said "a cnuplo of cclluna are rather vagiio and ·cry d i f f i c u l t , , t o uhdoreland." la suggested that "maybe II10 irdlnanco ought lo be amended ir redrafted,". Hay gave his inlcrpretallon of he sections in question: A lot, racl or parcel of land divided nlo five or more lots tor the p u r p o s e of subdivision regardless o( the time period nvolved) requires a formal ilall. If the parcel Is divided Into our or less lots or divisions if property, It does not meet lie definition of subdivision so does not require a formal platl. An informal 'plait does' not equirc curb and guttering and sidewalks. Mayor Park Phillips iqintcd out that under present condilions some .people arc luilding four bouses at a time o circumvent the ordinance and arc building on dirt and gravel ·dads. Formal platting of a subdivision requires hot mix road, curb and gutter and all utilities. The question of how to keep rom discriminating againsl and owners who legitimately ,vish lo sell off parts of. their and with no intention of wilding a subdivision was ·aiscd. · · . · - . If no new streets or access are Involved and lots are of one acre or more, Ihe ordinance does not now require a formal jlalt for divisions of land in 'our lots or less. Alderman Jerry Clark expressed a wish to "put the, lid on this thing right now." The discussion closed with no action taken by the council. OTHER .ACTIVITIES In other business the Council: Authorized the airport commission to advertise for bids for a 10-plane hangar to be constructed south of the main shop hangar at the municipal airport. Permission for the building, which w o u l d house 10 completely enclosed stalls wilh Meting doors, has been received from Ihe Federal Aviation Agency.. Authorized'the public auction of five police cars ;for 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug., 19. . . Discussed the purchase of $9,500 tractor rotary mower for the city. Consensus was lhat the purchase was necessary. Discussed the purchase of. a new piece of street equipment, a flusher and vacuum sweeper costing an estimated -$36,000. Suggestion of the mayor to send r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s to t h e manufacturer in Milwaukee, Wis., at the company's expense to see the machine was vetoed by ; the ' council' in favor of contacting a city which now had such a machine in operation. Heard the \ chief 'of' police, Wayne Hyden, present a .code of conduct to the police committee and ask it be reviewed and presented at the next council meeting. ABANDONED CARS Discussed the problem of abandoned cars. The present ordinance . specifies that a vehicle parked over 48 hours _.. ..the .street . may be im pounded. It was suggested that the city street department had the equipment to tow the vehicles and should do so to avoid a tow charge by private c o m p a n i e s ' . The ordinance permits the sale of a vehicle after it has been held 90 days, an ordinance ac- Ranchwood Place MRS. VIMRKNUK CASSIDY Mrs, Forenco Dunn Ca«Bldy, 72, of Durham, died this morning at her homo, norii Jiih, 11, 1900 In Cnmnbqll, Nob., the daughter of Marlon F, and Mary J, D u n n , she wnn a. Methodist, a, 12-year member of the Fair Hoard nnd was active In 4-H and Farm Bureau work. Survivors arc Ihc husband, Myron 0. Cassldy of Ihc home; ono son, M. L. (Mike) of Durham and three nieces and nephews. ' ' · ' . : Funeral 'service will be a l Z p.m. Friday at Moore's Chapel w i t h burial I n Falrvlew Memorial Gardens. HERBERT MOUKNING Prairie Grove -- Funeral service was hold Ihis aflernoon for Herbert Dale Mourning, 36, of Prairie Grove, who was killed in a two-vehicle accident, on Hwy. 45 east near Faycltovillc early Tuesday. He was born March 28, 1936 near Prairie Grove. , - . - . . ' · Survivors arc the widow, Mrs. Zelda Pergeson Mourning of the home; two sons, James and Terry of Springdalo; his mother of Prairie Grove;'two brothers, Jack of Fayctteville and Jimmy of Illiopolis, 111. and five sisters, Mrs. Marcella Lampe of Poulsbo, Wash., Mrs. Margie Woodard of Yuba City, Calif., Mrs. Wilma .George of Suquamish Wash., Mrs. Santa Rosa, Peggy Hodges of Prairie Grove Burial was in Prairie Grove Cemetery under direction o Juginbuel Funeral Home. Fred Stinson, 88, of Route I i'ayetteviile died Tuesday in f ocal hospital. Born Jan. 26, 188 at Stinson, Mo., the son of James and Telitha Gumm Slinson, he was a Baptist, a veteran ot World War I anc retired real estate agent. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Lydia Stinson of the home; one daughter, Mrs. Lyn Stephen o: .he home; one son, Joel of Sar. Prancisco, Calif.; one sister Miss Dallas Slinson of Pine Grove Calif.; · three grand children and two great-grand children. Funeral service will be at 2 xm. Thursday .at Moore's Chapel with burial in Nationa Cemetery.^ Approved cepting the Third Subdivision presented by Elbert Hitter:- The subdivision includes six lots covering 1.71 acres. Holland Fined On Assault Charge Charles E. Holland' of Far- minglon was fined $65 in Fay elteville Municipal Court Tuesday afler he pleaded guilty to charges of assault and batlcry and assault wilh a deadly weapon. Holland also received a three- months jail sentence, which was suspended on one year's good behavior. Holland was charged after his wife Sherry and father-in-law, Bill Lankford of Farmington. swore in affadavits filed in Municipal Court that Holland beat his wife and assaulted his father-in-law with a gun at the Holland reside.!"" last Thursday. Service Station Sife Burglarized Two gasoline pumps, a power half-inch electric saw drill and a were reported missing Tuesday from a service slation construction site at Hwy.' 62 west and Hwy. 71 bypass, police said today. Charles Hasty of Fort Smith, who reported the Items missin? Tuesday, told police a tool shot was entered and the tools taken from it. Further checking showed the dispensers were also mlssinj from cralcs where Ihoy had an 1 unchecked for about a month, Hasty told police. Hasty in dicatcd lhal the dispensers could have been taken before the shed was entered. "HEROIN HOTLINE" (800) 368-5363 T«ll-rr» To Report Information on Heroin Puihiri To Federal Aganti Belty Dr'yden of Calif, and Mrs. Fraud Charge Filed In Welfare Case A charge alleging-fraud in a welfare application for fooc stamps, carrying a penitentiary sentence of 1 to 21 years, wa filed in Washington Circui Court Tuesday against Charle Boyd of Rogers. Assistant .-Prosecutor Jim Burnett, who filed the charge said that it was the first sue' charge'to be filed in this county The state charges Boyd gavi false answers Oct. 12, 1970, li at least one question containei in an application for assislanci by the Washington County Wei fare Department. Burnett said information fo Ihe charge was supplied througl a committee of Ihe Arkansa State Welfare Department. rkunsas Best Corp, ...... 21 Icim ......... . ........... .20% merlcan Airlines ... ..... 30% mcr. Toll' .Tol, ....... AV nacondtt . ............... ..17% rkansas IM. Gas ...... .,23'A rmco ..... . ............... 20% ·aldwln . . ...... ....... . . , , ,yi/4 Joeing ..... .............. ;.,'22tf iumpbell Soup .... ...... ,.20% Jcni. S.W. . ........ ......41% hrytilor . .'. . ....... ( ..... . ,32'/ 9 omsat i, ............ ·,..,.,54 )el Monte ....... ..... .....21% Jlamond Shamrock ....... IB'A )illards ....... ...... ..,,.,, 30W Jasco ..,.., . . , . , ..... ^..,18% \. G, Edwards .,.',',,,...,,10% '/merson ....... ...;......,. 80% 'ord ...... ..... ........... ee 7 /» ^rentier Air ,.; ........ ....0 7 /a n uqua Industries ,., ....... ia% GAF Corp. ",..'.. ...,....., M'A lOncral Motors ...... ...... 77% Georgia Pacific ...'.. ...... ,38'/i "real Western Finance .'. ,25'/i lulf Oil . . . . . . . . . ..... ....;22% nil. Bus, Mach. ...... ...418% nternalibrial Harv. ........ 32'/i '-T-E Imperial ...... ...... 431,5 f. C.. Penney .............. 82 {err McGee ........... ...58'/4 Caiser Aluminum ......... 19% evi Strauss ............ ..52 (ng Temco Vought ..... .ll'A rtarcor .................... 25 5 an Am World Air ........ 14 'hilltps Petroleum ........ 30% lalston . ............. -, ..... 35% Reynolds Melals ....... ...15% Jafeway .......... ....... ·. ,36'/4 St. Regis' Paper .......... 41VS Sears ... ........... ...... 113Vi jervomalion ____ ........... 29 Shakespeare ........ ....... 11 Singer ................ .. . . . .84% Southern Pacific . ... .7....4BV4 Sperry Rand ........ ...... -I Std. Cal .............. .....61% Jtd.' Jersey ................ 76 Texaco .......... . ......... 31'/a Tri State Motors ......... '. .".8'/4 Union Carbide ............ 47'/a UMC 'Corp. . . ........... ;. .22% United Air ..... .-.. ....... .40 U.S. Steel ...... 7 .......... 28'/j Victor ....... . ____ , ........ 20% Westihghouse ..... ........ .45% Whillaker ........ . ......... S'A Westvaco .. ................ 21V4 Arkansas West. Gas ..n^-1 Citation ................ WA- en. Growth ...... ... .24Vfc-2 en. Resources ...... \3'A-13'A Kearney National ........ 8-8% Minute Man ............. 3%- Orig. Coney Island ....5%-SYa Pioneer Foods ........ . .7V4-V14 Pizza Hut ........... .28%-29Vi H K. Porter ......... '...24-25 Std. -Regfster ....... ; . r ..16'A-16% Tyson Foods ,.....,'. ..... 18-18 1 / Wai-Mart ; ...... . .' ____ 29%-29'/! WilsOn Laurel ....'..... illi-Z Yellow Freighl .... ____ 39'/i-40 AVERAGES Industrials ,. , ..... ... down ' .6: Transportation ;.'...'.... up 1.9 Utilities . . . . . ...... . . . . up .0 Volume .............. 4,110,00 Ivan Smith of director of legal Little Rock services fo Arkansas Social Services, sai that Arkansas cases of frail to obtain welfare are "prettj w i d e s p r e a d because we'r dealing with so many people." He said the state Welfar Departrnent handles some 57,00 cases (involving about 199,00 persons. Smith r e p o r t e d lha somewhere between 50 to 10 fraud or attempted fraud case per month, are.turned up state wide. 'Of course, those involv everything from deliberat fraud and misrepresentation t where the person doesn't let the county office he made a: extra dollar mowing a lawn, .which would constitute over payment." he explained. All the same, he said, Arkan sas probably has- a smalle percentage of fraud and: at templed fraud than many olhe slates. Smith said the state's Welfar D e p a r t m e n t only reccntl reached peak participation when the last of Arkansas' 7 counties was drawn into th approximately seven-year-ol program. Current figures show lhat i: June, the welfare departmen issued $5,045,.36 worlh o c o u p o n s f o r $1,799,138.1 pament throughout the state. In Washington County, $68,21 worth of coupons were issue at a $19,592.25 payment for lha month. Welfare recipients In Wasl ington County, which joined th welfare program Feb. 4, 196! have been issued $1,794,00 worth of coupons for $576,813,2 payment since that date throug' last Juno. Al lhat point, 2,624 person Involved in 830 cases were hcin taken care of by the wclfar program in this county. APPLIANCE AD GETS GOOD RESULTS Tills advertiser reports that the phone slnrtcd ringing as soon n,i the paper Was In circulation. \!flt OH Woilicv and Dryer, $200 or IM cadi. AIM Hoover Plunder, fllw aiofcer, WMIInirlunin TMsKr, and oilier appliances, rliono -112-xxvx. More and more people arc using Times Wnnt Ads. Ilnve you placed n Wniu Ad recently? If nol, now Is the time. Phono 442-OM3 and place your Classified Ail wllh us today! NEW YORK STOCKS Ownlni P PurnUntd A, a, Mwi *«l by '·rd» 6 I NEWS WHILE IT'S NEWS IN THE TIMES| Incorporated Ridgeview Baptist Church on Hwy. 16 east was incorporate T u e s d a y as a non-profi organization in an order signec by Chancellor Thomas F. 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