Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 16, 1976 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 16, 1976
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1 « Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Friday, April 16, 1976 Obituary CARSON I1UNCAX · Carson Duncan, 65, of S a n Diego. Calif, died in San Diogo Thursday. He was 15, 1910 in Winslow. Survivors arc the widow born May . Ml- Juanita Milliard D u n c a n o f the home; one son. Tommy o San Diego and three grand children. Funeral and burial will be in San Diego. CHARLES H A N D L E V Siloam Springs-- C h a r l e s \V. Handley, 81 ot Siloam, died Thursday in the Siloam 'Springs hospital. Born April 9, 1392 in Falmouth, Ky.. he was a veteran of. World War 1. a Baptist and a member of (he American Legion. Survivors arc the widow, Mrs. Hazel Handley of the home; ?ix sons, Vincent of Gary, Ind.. Joe and C.F. of Kokomo, Ind., Dearl of Manhattan B e a c h , Calif., R i c h a r d of Sandusky, Ohio and Dean o[ Ken'.oii, Ohio; one daughter. Mrs. Janet Scott ot Kent on; one brother. Henry of Shelbyvillc, Ind. and 37 grandchildren. Funeral service will he Hospital ITOTOIlinLICIitlMHFiMaOT.^ W I L L I A M K K K T O N William Henry Keelon, 54. ol Route 3. Fayctlsville, died TInirsclas' in a Iocs! hospital. Born J u n e 17, 1921 at Fort Smith, the son of William M and Pearl Peers on Keeton. he U H chief pilot tor Tyson. Industries, served with the Marine Corps in World War II and wasl a Baptist. | Survivors arc (he widow. Mrs. Mary Bounds Kccton of the hoiw: lnr(? e sons. William C. of Fayettevillc. Ronald with (he Navy In Chapel Hills, N.C, and Richard ot FayettevtlJc; one daughter. Miss Barbara Keeton of Torrance, Calif.; one half- sister, Mrs. Beatrice N e f t of San Pedro. Calif, and two grandchildren, . ;· FuiVJral service will be at I p.m. Saturday at Moore's Chapel with burial In Fairvlew Memorial Gardens. J A M K S BELL Huntsville -- Funeral service for James M. Bell, 50, ot Fay- cUeville, who was killed in a car wreck near Helena Tucsd-iy will be-held at 11 a.m. Saturday at, .-Brash cars Funeral Chapel with b u r i a l - ' m Langley Ceme- Bcli waV born "Feb. 18. 1126 jt. Langley, the son ot Charlie M. and Esther Jones Bell. _He (CONTINUED FROM TAC.E ONE) At the present lime there are two stunners in Little Kock: otic in Fort Smith and one at Joncsboro. The Board also tncklcd the problems ot "remodeling", of. as they referred to it. " B i d Package Three". The necessity for milking the decisions was urged by Richard Lrghtle, controller, showed revenues al {073,561; operating expenses at $722,608 mid a high occtiuuncy rate of 91.04 per cent. There were 1.243 visits to the emergency room and 1.219 out' patients seen during the month. JiliADY 1IY J U N E It was a l s o announced that the -Cobalt Building will be ready for p a t i e n t s in June Ughtle said state regulator i - , , , M ii imi Rm-rr I-Snt c said stale regulators rclutcct for Hen ill and Iio ct· * , lmvL . al ,, )rovc d the ? S PJ ?' .i'l an " C " ., " h ° n! " r , C iaccc S5 routes w i t h insignificant that when the bids were originally let that low bids for the proposed remodeling of the existing b u i l d i n g came in at | 5835,000 and it was realized this was too high to fit into the total expansion program. "I [eel it is lime t h a t , the planning be started. The modifications are necessary to main- t a i n accreditation for patient care in (hut section and the budget carries 5*12.000 to do the M. and Esther Jones Bell. _He inpu y vvas needed from Board vas a veteran of World Wan at)( | mci )ical. staff members !. an employe of the Weights i bc[or( . pi aim j n g W as started. "It anil Measures Division of the js v j Cu n v essential that we state Highway Department and a'Catholic. Survivors arc two sons, ot Springdale and James 2 p.m. Saturday at Wasson Memorial Chapel with burial in Oak Hill Cemetery. BUD QUICK Siloam Springs- Otto Kenneth ( B u d ) Quick, 61. of Route 5, Siloam Springs, died at his home Thursday. Born Oct. 30. 1911 in Harper, Kan., he was a farmer. . . Survivors are two daughters, Mrs.' Ardella Hester of Siloam Springs and Mrs. Nelda Vaughn of Hulbcrt. Okla.; three sons, Richard of Walts, Okla., ind Gene and Billy of Westville, Okla.; tour sisters. Mr.-*, ' i n a i Barnard of Wilder, Idaho, Mrs. Goldie Earp of * Jay, Okla.. Mrs. Dollie Hughes of Pyeatte, Idaho and Mrs. Frankie Miller ot Ardrnore. Okla.: two brothers, Ifershel of Stigler. Okla. a n d A n s e l - o f Marshall, Idaho; 11 grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. Arrangements 1 will be announced by Moore's Chapel. ROSS 5TKOUI) . } · Hunlsville -- Airman First Class Ross William Stroud. (USAF - Rei) 65. of Huntsvilel, died Thursday in a Fayetteville hospital. Born June 28. 1910 at Forum, the son ot John S. and Lucy Henderson Stroud. he'was a member of the Church of Christ and a veteran of World War II and the Korean Wai*. Survivors are the widow,'Mrs. Mable - Pmkley Stroud of v. the home: one daughter Mrs. Loii Mavarro of New BriNnn ·Conn.; three step-sons, Edgar and Charles Walden and Dallas Doss, all of Tulsa; three step daughters, Mrs. Rosie Robert 1 ; of Readings. Calif.. Mr- Virginia K i r k p a t r i c k of Tulsa and Mrs. Dorothy Bilyeii of S p r i n g d a i e : two brol Frank of Wichita, Kan. Lester of -Rodgers; two sisters,"]- » Mrs. Annie Harper of Clifty an!' "' Mrs. Bertha E 3 1 i c k of Ok lahoma City. Funeral service will he at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Huntsville Church of Christ with burial in Marshall Cemetery with f u l l military honors, ROBERT HOOD Robert Fern Hood, 74, Route 1, Winslow, died u local hospital Thursday. Born Oct. 9. 1901 in Paris. Ill, :!· son of Pope and Mary Mongomery Hood, he was a retired construction worker. - Survivors arc the widow, Mrs. modification will be ready for use. Dr. Jack Edniondsoii, vie chief of the medical stalF, pre sentcd two medical audits am :hc revised Professional Stand a r d s Review Organization PSKO) utilization plans whicl were accepted by the Board. Date Ducote. acting adrninis Ira tor, discussed the problem being encountered in the scare for a new director of Public R e l a t i o n s a n d Community Socialists (CONTINUED VROM CAGE Chamber of Deputies; Moro's iiic-party government has been bio (o sur \*i vc for tb o I wo months it has been In of lite only because tho to abstain Socialists votes of confidence. The Socialists an- this stance after More bowed to notmced they were abandoning pressure from the Vatican anil bis party's right wing and agreed (o reforms in an abortion law thai are less liberal than those demanded by the Socialists. Chances of Socialist · cooperation with the government .were not helped \vhcn nationa Grounds Committee, includes the Carter wing, obstetrics and gynecology section, and central medicine. - I N P U T N E E D E D Dr. Baker felt t h a t more Dale A. of Freeporl. 111.: two tugmers, Mrs.'Diane Saunders and .Miss Darlene Bell both of Frceport: his mo+.her of Hindsville: three brothers. Richard ind Lawrence of" Hindsville and William of sister, Mrs Harrison and three grandchildren. Springdale: one Laura Kehn of Congress (CONTINUED ' FBOM PAGE ONE) stituent mail about the Pbsta] Service but ' t h a t the volume ol such mail has always been high. Other offices that reported a high volume of complainls about the Postal Service were those "of Sens. James U Buck lev, Con-R-N.Y., and- John V Tunhev,. D-OalLf., and Reps Marjorie*. S. Holt, ( R-Md.. Ed ward J. -Derwlnski, R-I1K, ant Alphanzo'Bell. R-Calif. SMART SHOPPERS WATCH TIMES ADS 7 DAYS A WEEK! developed a job description and a list of qualifications desired. Ho said between 30 to 35 applications have hcen received and ;hat d u r i n g Ihc next week the Search Ccimmitte" will b e g i n screening applications. .. .lly consider the basic obligations. evaluate priorities and dcvcloo a plan." he said. The major problem and most oslly in the older seclior ecrris lo be Ihe installation o! .. ventilation system, which ,ightle indicated would take not ot the available cash on and. "We need to involve the staff iccaiise obstetric, gynecology. sychiatry ' a n d pediatric personnel do not feel t h e yare nvolved in Ihe regional medical "enter concept. Our problem is o get them involved, but how to" do this with $-112,000 is a hard decision." said Dr. Baker. "We have to do the best we can with what we've got." said Board member Curtis Shipley. The Board authorized the 3uildlng and Grounds Commit. e e ' t o ' m a k e recommendations to Ihe Board and Lightle urgec lhat, the directions should available to him within 60 days.] Also approved was the pur- 1 chase of crilical cnrc monitoring equipment for the coronary and Intensive Care Units (ICU) al $199,253, and a multiple circular track for surgery adjacent to the ICU at S10.319. The equipment is included in the $800,000 allocation for equipment in the expansion plans. The financial report - for March, made by Mike Keen Carter (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) rev has said he would accept a draft. Reagan, in Fort Worth Thurs day. accused Ford of negotiat ing a "giveaway" of the Pan arha Canal because of a threa from a "military dictator wh siezed power . . . and said Iv will launch a military at,lac! against us if we don't return .White House press aecretar Ron Nesscn, trying to counte Reagan's effort to make the ca nal a campaign issue, sai Thursday at the White Hnus that negotiations with Pnnam are aimed at protecting U.S. in terests and "not lo give awa something." · committee, al Ihe same meet ine Wednesday winch appealed for : the moderate leftists' help confirmed the dominance of the party's right wing by electing one of its leaders, ex-Premier Amintore Fanfani, as part; resident. There was no indication yc 'hen Moro would give up .am eeommend to President Gio anni Leone that he dlssolv arliarrient. The . Chamber i deputies this week passed a ill shortening the campaigi icriod from 70 days lo '10 or -J o that tlie election can he he! n June, a year ahead of schci !c. In nationwide regional elec ions last June, Ihe Communist ;ot 33 per cent of the vote, jus percentage points hchin he Christian Democrats, Man 'bservcrs expect them to o" ake the government party he next election despite Ihe op )osilion of the Vatican and Secretary of State Henr {[ssinger that a Communi victory would have an advers effect on Italian-American rel, .ions. McCune Holds Lcod AKIUKs 1 , Ohio -- Don McCin of Munster, Ind., look a 2o-pin lead over' Billy Hard wick after the first eight games in the Professional Bowlers Associ at ion's Tournament of Cham pions. Nastdse Triumphs HONOLULU -- Hie Naslase of Romania defeated John Alexander of Australia 6-3. S-4. 74 In a 510,000 winner-rtake-all WCT Challenge Cup match. Swinging In The Spring These Dccalur, A l a . youngsters f i n d enjoyment in piling on a tire s w i n g ' a s they relax and jilay in the w a r m spring photo) weather. (At* Wjre- Oneta Going Hood of the home; one son. Jack of Par'=: two daughters, Mrs. Robin Pitts of Nome, Tex. and Mrs. Rrend;) Lagergren of Bryan Tex; two brothers and one sister, all of Illinois; and four grandchildren. Graveside services will he Ht ]l) a.m. Saturday at Ihe Brentwood Cemetery under direction of Moore's Chapel, Local Youths Ndmec Outstanding Scouts Founded ISOT 212 N. Bail Aye- FaycitevBI t. AtX T7T01 p-jblhh-d daUj and Sunday ·*«;* January 1. Jn!y 4 Thanksgiving awl S*eonfl Class Postage Paid at FayrtlevLll*. Ark. MR.MBEH ASSOCIATED PKFJW I7.e Asiociated 1'rcs.i LI entiUtd «i ctiirively lo Lbs use for republics lion of all k*a! oewi prlnf^ m ti: ne-xir-aper i* «ell ai *I AP o«-* WfKl'.vt r 1, VfiS Per month by .. « 25 SLntfe copy dally lOc, Sunday JSc CA. M.5J In Wajhinglon. Benton. Mafljsou Ctwo- ttti. Ark,. Aflalr Co.. OkJj.i J ir«ir»1fii , I S 5 0 « monlhi I B M 1 VEAR ».W Qly Bo« GwlIflO *J» 3 monfba /.*.*?'"'. .,,.... SUM 6 monibj , 21.00 1 VEAR «« ALL MAIIr SUBSCRIPTIONS ·'AVARI.E IN AOVANPF - - J A Y - CARPENTER JAMES ALGUIRE James Alguire, · 13-year-old SOD rjf Dr. and Mrs. Robert \ Alguiro. w a s named out- t a n d i n g Eagle Scout in the taxorback District Saturday ollowin'g interviews held at the ·'irst National Bank, Al^uirc who recently moved icre f r o m Norman, Ok!a., at- ended t h e Pennsylvania 173 National Jamboree, and the New Zealand 1975 Jamboree. His special awards included a 50-mile canoe awartf. 50-mile backpack .award, and a mile swim award- Runner-up in the cumpelilion was Brian Morgan, son, of Dr. arm .Mrs. Gordon Morgan o'f Kayctlevilh. Jay Carpenter; son of Mr- an Mrs. W i l l i a m Carpenter " ' WE'RE SORRY! If you rannof reach your TIMFJS carrier ". PJIONB 442-6242 Daily 5 to G:30p.m. Saturday 4:30 lo G p.m. S u n d a y s to 0:30 a.m. TOWN COUNTRY HOME CENTER, INC. Kwy. 71 South across from City Lumber Co. We are DOUBLING the sire of our present building; bur, while the work is going on we will have a wall down and even LESS' space than now. We need to sell our current inventory quickly. We are offering you a chance to save BIG DOLLARS.. Hurry for best selection. \ Quantities limited to present inventoryl Whirlpool 2 SPEED 2 CYCLE HEAVY DUTY AUTO. ELECTRIC WASHER · 2 washing cycles- normal and gentle · 2 washing siweds O Porcelain enameled fuo Reg. 249.9S LDA 3000 Vinslow, was named landing cub scout. Runncrs-u vcre Keith C. Cooper of F minglon/ Michael Goats Roger's", and James R. Phillip of Springdale. Alguire a n d C a r p e n t e w i l l Tacc three levels l i m i n a t i o n , beginning w i t h : W e stark Council. Eventually] one Eagle scout and one c'jb scout will he chosen from al] competitors across Ihc nation. I Razorback District comprises W a s h i n g t o n , Benton, a n d Madison Counties. Big RCA Color Console 100% Solid Srafr $ 588 IVilh Trade Super AccuCoIor Black Mitrix picture tube · Pushbutton automatic fine tuning (AFT) · Lighted channel indicators » Automatic chroma control. BIG 2 CYCLE MATCHING ELECTRIC DRYER · 2 cycics -- perm press and normnl · Esira large lint screen · Laundry informaHpn center · Baked enamel fiv'sh Reg. 2T9.95 LDE 3000 '159 , RCA'... lill-Tronsistor AM/FM\\ 'orlable Radio Director! of Funeral Service 521-SOOO ----- SERVICES: «,,_-. B E R R Y , Dale f.ce -- Friday 1:00 p..m, graveside services Maple Park Cemetery, Au rora, Missouri. G K K A T I I O U S K , Rfjlicrt Anrlrc -- Arrangements pending. NOTICE · CDBG APPLICATION ACCEPTABLE The HUD Area Office, Little Rock, has advised that the 1976 CDBG (Community Development Block Grant) Application of the City of Fayetteville was received and acceptable for processing on March 31, 1976. 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