Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 19, 1976 · Page 2
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2 · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Monday, April 19, 1974 «np»TMiimiiiBiiTM Area News Briefs Window Broken Bill llaudroy ot 834 W. 12(h SI. told Fayctteville Purse Stolen i SPRINGDALE -- Patricia Moblin of Itoute 3 reported lhe theft of her purse from her unlocked car which WHS parked at 1103 Christian Saturday night and Siindny morning. She said lhe purse 'contained First Stale Bank checking and savings account books, her driver'! license and her contact lenses. ..CB Stolen ' 'SPRIi\GDALE--Jack L o y i! . 119 Rogers Circle Drive, lolc police Sunday t h a t his citizens band radio was stolen from his pickup Saturday night Sunday morning. Loyd said the locked pickup was parked in liis driveway during the night Police reports indicated a coat hanger may,have been used to unlock Iho pickup truck. .-Speaker Destroyed SPRINGDALE -- Leonard -Vanlandingham. the manager cf .the Sonic Drive In en Hwy.,68 west, told police someone burned a speaker in one oE- the car stalls Sunday night. The "carhop said the last car in mat stall had three or four people inside it. The car was described as a 1957 blue Chevrolet. ^··Project Meeting ^ ;A meeting to discuss a ·proposal of Hodges, Vines. Fox, Sunday night I'm someone had through Obituary iiDiLiiEnR^ MHS. MATTIE HALLAIU) Mrs. MaUie Ballard, 91. oT Fnyctlovilto died Saturday ai IICL- home, Born J a n , 8, 1S85 at Harris, the daughter at James arid Jane Wilks Parker, For Memorial To King White Doctor Evicted From Black Area M I A M I (Al') -- His 'blackI "He's part of Ihc community pighbors say Dr. Alfred Nail-1 and lie should bo part of the uuiiu:s HIIU oiiuu n UK* .-unvi-L.ior. wbo is wbilc, has served Marliii I.mhcr King, HTM' 0 : she was a member of m. James them for 28 years i n . i n o bpst vard,' she said. l i e s . d o i n g Jlethodist.Church iuxl the Order spirit o f ' Dr. M a r t i n . L u t h e r what the man stood for. of the Eastern Star. I King Jr. Now he is to be Some other area residents "He's part of Ihc community I "I'll pull all lhe facls together lie should bo part ot the ( a n d go lo the city attorney, lo ' ' ' ' lo move on this thai no one was hoirte (he incident occurred. when Car Burglarized A parachute and rigging, along with other related items! and 3D casselle tapes were reported stolen from a car' owned by John N. Lewis of 555 W. Maple SI. late Saturday, night. Sho is survived by l\vo daiifili-1 evicted lo make room tor Icrs, Mrs. Henrietta Shclton ot park honoring the slain civil Claypool of Fayelleville. a brother^ Olis Parker of Fayelle- ville; I w o grandchildren and Iwo great-grandchildren. Funeral arrangements will lyi announced by Nelson's Funeral Home. MRS. LILLIAN G1LLESP1E Prairie Grove -- Mrs. Lillia say he makes house calls whenever necessary, and often Ireats people who have no money. '"I've seen people come in Route- advise him thing." Nadler said lie is determined lo slay in Ihc immediate area. "I thought I would stay here the rest of my days.,.," ao said Pope Paul Warns Against 'Cravings' For Prosperity Gillespie. 83, of 7.rove, died Sunday in a Fay hospital. Born Aug. iiul Ihe 63-year-old doctor is rctf.sung and is being supported by some residents of the pro- hcr . ^ without any -money,' itominantly black Liberty City S . |U | ,\n, L , r t a Patterson. "IV. community. A . number, have , | lcrc w m, DU i any money, oven named Iheir children after alu) whcn · i K ot il. I paid him the doctor. ,,,, . . ' a n d it was all right." mv^Jni^' s^ 3!» j"-' « TMJE2 £ whose office was left unsealW ; "locale Nadler. ^^1'"^ icn other suffered material Roman sailed his ·,-nunisl govern- r i c h liilliOIKlMSlS "But I've lold my people (lull If ninrciic(i"ihrou8houl Ireland as they don't see me here one d a y , C h r i s t i a n s around "' By The Associated I'rcss Pope Paid VI warned against "blind craving" for prosperity. Poland's Catholic primate country's Co mcnt. and for lilt-. 1 \ want- lo sl;i. in (l\: neighborhood within walking distance of lhe old people. celebrated Easier. Tope Paul told crowd of i"n""st."Pclcr's Suuiirc . . , . : 'lhat "Ihe 1 Mind craving cx- "I want lo slay lierc as long, -.insivclv for temporid prosper. , ..... *,,_, ., ,,,, |f ; . tor un- l as 1 can so my pcoplc.won'l bo \villiout me'and.I won't foe with- put my people.. My lite is £astin and ' p l a n n i n g , Associates tor and engineering 'services during the execution Jsta ge of the Center Squ are ·Urban Renewal Project will he ;Jield at 4 p.m. Tuesday. ·'· The special meeting precedes / the regula r m on th ly meetin g -'of the Fayetteville Hoii'ln? /Authority at 8:30 a.m. Wed' ·'nesriay. Both meetings are ·'scheduled at the Housing ; Authority Office in Hillcresl ·Towers. - ·;; W e d n e s d a y ' the Com- -."· miss toners will act on the !proposal and also considered a -[report on a study of alternate ;'us,- preliminary design anc , -;cosi estimates on Ihe ;-Office Building, sign Old Posl Gregory, she was a member of Ihe Methodist Church. Survivors are one brother, Roy Gregory of Tulsa. Okla., and a number of nieces and nephews. Funerals ervicc will be at 3 p.m., Tuesday -at lhe .· Rh£a Church. Burial w i l l be. in Rhea Ccmelery under lhe direction of Luginbuel Funeral Home. IIOYD ROBERTS. Hunts viller-Boyd Roberts. 57, in Lewis told Kayetteville police 1892 at Rhoa. the daughter of carlv Sunday 1 morning thai Ihc John and Martha Gardner black and g6ld parach'Jte. along '' 1 " '"" " "·""^"- "' wilh a pair of jump bools. a jump suil. tennis slices and altimeter -- all contained in a large canvas bag -- and the tapes were taken from his car while it was parked on a parking lot near the interseclion of Lafayette Strcel and Arkansas Avenue. Lewis said that someone had also atlemplcd to remove his cassette lape player, tearing it hanging by the wires after removing all the supporting oi Rogers, died Friday :olts. Lewis estimated the value. Rogers _ hospital.^Born_ June 28, ol the missing items at 51,000.''"'" Pistol, Quilt Stolen .SPRINGDALE-Edna L o i s Engel, 1805 McKay, reported lhe .theft of a pistol and quilt from her home Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Engel said she was having an auction at her house so she wrapped the unloarircl pistol in a quilt and hid the two' items under -the bed. Al lhe end of lhe day, she discovered the quill and pistol were missing. Prairie by race riots in : ausiucsses in (hi Broken windows was ivixt 'Niuilcr lefl a lucrative Miami "his. elderly patients. Beach practice to move to,tlie- Israel Millon. director of one area in 1948 because "I was agency involved m the pro.icci. needed There was only one id Nadler was procraslmal- doclor in lhe area, and he was sick. "Others refused to come in hen' ' he said. "I didn't want a Park Avenue practice, and here I have people who appreciate me, Ibank God." Oily officials have lold ... lhe land his office occupies is needed for a park, part oi o proBct' honoring King. The projecl calls for widened road- ces u i Tourism Presents ·t f \ Bill Henderson, director, 'Arkansas Parks and Tourism Department will present a program on "Tourism in Arkansas. 1976" at an open · board luncheon of the Faycl- teville Chamber of Commerce April 30. : Henderson · the deed of 'Stone-Walker also present transfer on the House lo Plonfs Taken Folding lawn furniture and several plants were reported stolen from lhe residence of Allen P. McCartney at 922 Rockwood Tray Thursday and Friday. McCartney told Fayelleville police Saturday night Ihal two lawn chairs and a lounge chair were discovered missing on Thursday arid thai several plants and planters were discovered missing on Friday. McCartney estimated the value of the slolen articles at "= Bike Stolen The .theft of : .two ID-speed .bicycles was reported to Fay- etleville police Sunday afternoon by Ralph - - · - -the 1018 at Alabam, Ihe son of James Edward and Hildrige Grubbs Roberts, he was contractor Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Ethol, Marshall Roberts, ot lhe home; two daughters, Cathy Retire and Lorella Kay of lhe home; his mother, Mrs. Hitdrige Roberts of West ville Okla.; and Ihree brothers. Floyd of Hnnlsville and Paul and Troy of Weslville. Funeral sen-ices will be al 3 p.m.. Tuesday al Brashsars Funeral Chapel. Burial will be in Alabam cemelery. HENHY CENTER Henry N. (Hank) Cenler, -12, of West Fork.died Sunday at a local hospital. · Born .March 19 1934 at Winslow. the son oi Sol and Lolah Rush Center, he was a Mason. Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Gladys Tomlinson Center of the home; three sons, Danny B. of West Fork and Dennis J. and Ernest M., both of the home: one daughter, Miss Cyn- Ihia Gail Ceriler ot the home; his mother of Winslow; one brother, Ernest of Fayetteville; two sisters; Mrs. Juanita Stevens and Mrs. Joy Visinpia, both of Paradise, Calif, and two ways and open green spac Ihe ghetto area that planners hope .,*,,,; ..'ill "attract industry, cut ural and entertainment spots, re*-" -'"res ami n f f ^ - s . Neighborhood residents feel the project is important bvil so is the doctor. . " _ . ''To me he's the King ot l-ttf eriy City " said Zodia Holmes, 63. "Whcn I had my mis carriage, he and his secretary cam.': to ray house lhat niBn and stayed wilh me until I was heller. grandchildren. Pjneral services will he at · Board of Directors of Fayet 'Eeville Restoration, Inc. and will : give an update on state parks in Northwest Arkansas. '.' The luncheon will begin at ·12:30 p.m. at the Fayetleville Holiday Inn.- · $2,000 Donated Two checks, each for 51,000. were recently donated to "Our Farm' 1 and to the Washington County Juvenile Court by the Fayetteville Amvets. J u v e n i l e -Court Chief Probation Officer Howard Helm .said the donations went to 'further lhe work at "Our 'Farm", a juvenile · atlenlion ·center at Rogers, and lo lhe Welfare and Activity Fund of . Banla o! 3001 Wedinaton Drive. Banta [old police that the bicycles, valued at S3flO, were stolen from his back yard within the past two days. 2 p.m Tuesday at Moore's Syria 'the local assistance .neglected t county. court, lo provide Corporations Begin Cut-Back in Europe LONDON (AP) Some to dependent children in and (he E q u i p m e n t Stolen - The theft of stereo equipment "'valued at SI,250 was reported 'to Fayetleville police Sunday - evening by Wade Graham of ; 616 W. Lafayette St. Graham told police thai a Sansui 50DOX amplifier, an AR ; turnlahle and two AR3A speak- ers were stolen from his home ; over the weekend. Police said ; it was not known how entry the residence was gained. Cor Rocked American corporations are culling back operations in Europe because of rising costs, reduced profits and other factors. British business publications report. The surveys by the weekly Economist and the daily Financial Times emphasize thai there is no exodus yet, But they say a trend thai began .after World War II is being reversed, The Economist reported that White Motor, American Mo"have sold oil investments in Europe or are cutting down on new investment."' Litton Industries recently closed its two typewriter plants in Dr Slain, anr Goodyear Tire, Union Carbide, tors and Eaton Chrysler dow n its threatened to ailing British shut operation until the Labor govern ment hailed it out. The Financial Times saic lhat in West Germany. France ind . Italy, Singer, West mghouse, W.R. Grace and Gen eral Foods "have abandonee! or sold a variety of m a n u f a c t u r i n g " Chapel with burial in lhe Brentwood Cemetery. Resorts Report Springbreak Less Trouble FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) .-- Thousands of college students have again jammed this oceanside resort f o r . t h e i r annual spring blowout, but police say this year's crowd is ess troublesome than in the last. This year, the students are concentrating on sun, love and "The attitude has j u s t , been real good on the kids' part this year," police spokesman Ken Phillips said Sunday. "They're real . ladies and gcnllemen. Mainly, you have to credit it lo lhe fact lhat they came down here for f u n . suds and girls." There appears lo be a lot of each, with 25,000 vacationing students packing the Fort Lauderdale beach' Easter weekend. Along the sidewalks, 'tanned, shirtless men and bikini-clad women checked out each other as autos hearing out-of-slale lags cruised the strcels. The invasion of college students has been spread out longer this year lhan in Ihc recent past. : "Everything's out of proportion this year." Phillips said. "The students started coming here Feb. 18, so the season's lasting about two months and three weeks Ihis year into May. IrONTINUED FUOM PACE ONE) expected within a week or two This leading contenders are Raymond Edde, 6.1, head of Ihc National Bloc party, and Eha Sarkis, 50. governor ot the ceil tral bank. Premier Karami announcei Saturday lhat Franjieh ha s i g n e d t h e constitution^ amendment adopted by Parlia ment a week earlier to end th president's term early and au thorize the election of his sue cessor. , . But aides of the prcsiden who has become a symbol t resistance to Moslem demand for Ml end to Christian polilica and economic dominance, bin ed that he had not actual! signed it, or had signed it wit] out adding the date needed t make his signature legally -id. Baldwin Rescues Policeman In Sniper Crossfire BALTIMORE ( A P ) -can't see nobody in that sit alion doing anything different said Leroy Baldwin, who dro his x r an truck between a snip and police to rescue a pair man lying wounded in I crossfire. Baldwin. 51, and his ere en route to visit the daughter Friday night wh they came 'ipon the snip perched in'a third-floor windo and selling operations." Mrs. Virginia Eoff of Route "The change can be exagger- \ 1 told KayeUeviHe police atod." said The Economist. · S u n d a y night that a rock w a s , "American corporations arc not v thrown through Ihe windshield disenchanted with Western Eu,, of her car al abo'jt 10 p.m. ^as she was driving across the /'.Consumer's Discount Foods J'parking lot in the 3200 block 'of North College Avenue. · ; Mrs. Eoff lold police j-workmen were p a i n t i n g stripes 1 on the parking lot and began that J,"yelling" at her as she drove j across the lot. She said one of \the workmen picked up a rock ' a n d ' threw it at (he car, ·breaking the windshield. FcuwJed Wfl 212 N. East Ave. FayettevUI*, Ark 7K01 FfifiOjry 1, Jaly I. ThifikJKlrln/ ted Second Clits Pvrtig* Paid *t FuyellevJlIe. Art 1TEMRFR ASSOCIATED PRE8A The Allotted PrtJi it ecllCed tx- c'.Ddvel? to (he me For r*pobl!c» Hen of *D Irx-al ne«i printed En ti!i . r.e'Aip»p*r a* n«!l At itl AP oc*t EUBCRTPTION HATFH Effective Kovemhti 1. \m Horn* Dtiittrj Per nx.ntii by earn*/ .. (335 Sinirtfl oopj dai'j tOc. Surd in "c tJA M»11 In WiiWiiKt^n, n«r)f;;i, Mal*oo Curo- I I t r , A r t , Aflsfr C*. Otia.i 1 YEAR . . . . . . Oily Bon Etcttoo . ARM: IN 1DVAVCK rope, just less enchanted than they were in the 1950s anrl 1960s." The Financial Times predicted "not a wholesale withdrawal from Europe hut changing relationship between Americans and .European busi- longer than in the past. And having a late Easter this year spreads il oul even more." Local merchants and police say the sludcnls also are less troublesome. I*oca] bar operator "Crazj Greg" Newel] has also noticed a change. "They're exactly [he way B and if the doctor doesn't fade on a new location soon. Air |1 NEW YORK STOCKS opening PrlCM purnlthfrd by A. C. Enwarat * mi lapplness generated by lhe very -expansion of his capacity to desire .more.mid of his possibility: lo enjoy more,"" He said Christ's resurrection .5 "Ihc cnrnerslonfl of our faith and hislory." A resurrection of society for cultural and social CCONTTNIJED FROM PAfiE ONE) ncs tor the (light he demanded Mexico. 1 · Rosack said LcnU, who faced largos at home Including vc- cnlar -homicide arid larceny, as involved in a gunfight car- er Sunday-willi .authorities in rand Island. · . - ' ' He'went to the Grand Island rpori, carried a. .22 caliber re- olver and .a .410- shotgun board lhe Navaho and ordered lair So'take off, Rosack said. Ho said Hillcr was in the air lane because he had jusl tin bed servicing-il for flight. After arriving at Denver's laplclon Inlcrnalional Airport, plane sat 'bile FBI agents tried runway lo talk ent?. into surrendering, "Rorick said, He demanded oeing f47, -Ihen a Hoeing 737, len any typc^ of commercial ircraft to fly him to Mexico, ;osack said. The FBI agent said the plane ook on fuel after 3V4 hours on ic ground, then inexplicably ook off, circled the airport for bout a half-hour and landed. It vas refueled and .took off igain. During the second flight, Blair got clearance to land at Casper, Wyo., about 250 miles lorlh of Denver, but just north Ark Hest Corp Amcr Tel Tel Ark La Gas ...:.'... Baldwin Campbell Soup ...... Cchlral S W Del Monte Dillards 4 Fiasco '....7 A G Kdwards ... Kmcrsoii ..:..... frontier Air , : ...'. Sen Growlh Gordon Jewelry,. Inll Harv ........ i-T-E Imperial ... Krcsge ...... . . ^ . . Lcvi Slrauss ·..':. Marcnr _ . . ' . . . . Penneys ..'...'... Pizza Hut . . . . _ . . Ralston Purina . Raytheon ....:./. Sambo's Scott Paper Sears ...... -- . . Shakespeare -Union Carbide .. Victor Wai-Marl ....... Ark' West Gas . rCearney Nail ... Minute Man ,... Pioneer Foods . H K Porter JVS . 5531 ' b e 11 e r m o n I ' ' achieved without cannol faith ianmicd willi visitors buying olive-wood crosses, religious hooks and oilier souvenirs. More lhan 1,000 worshipers crowded the Church of Ihc Holy ScpulclvM 1 in Jerusalem to hear mass celebrated by Ihc Lalin imlriarch of Jerusalem. Archbishop G.G. Bellrilli. Sucurily wus extremely tight throughout lllc Ilol - v Lf " 1(1 - N O violence was reported dcspiie a march by 40.000 Israelis inlo Ihc W.'jsl Bank territory ncur Jerusalem .demanding thai Hie Israeli government annex the area Jimt » counter-demonstration by 10.000 Arabs protesting -location of Israeli .sclllemcnts in the territory lakcn from Jordan in the 1067 war. In Soulh Kor.oa. an estimated 300.000 Christians gathered in Seoul for predawn Easier services and a dozen' women held a jiraycr meeting outside a prison ...... IS'.i ...... 37W OK ....... 13U ...::.·. 2514 ........ 235s i'"::'./'.';. 50 ....... 35W ....... 55% Christ, the pope said, Despite the prospect of Com mtmisl election Rains in Homo and Italy this year, tlic Tope did not mention. Communism. But Slcfon Cardinal WyszynsRl. Ibe Polish primate, in ms taster sermon in'Warsaw accused Polish officials of brutality and rutblessness" for tearing down n church built without , government permission. I Israeli officials estimated ! "lore -than 04.000 for.'iig" pll- irns the Holy Land, eluding many Jews who came r Passover. ' Bazaars were p l a y e r J l J U U H U J i Ulllimn [or 'political prisoners. Thousands marched in (ho cities ot both the Irish Republic and British : rulcd Northern Ireland Dbscrvancc of the 60th anniversary of "the 1916 Easier if Greeley, Colo., 50 lorlli of ; Denver, the niles plane urned back and returned to itapleton. : Hosack said it was uncertain vliy Lenlz look over the plane n Nebraska, but the FDI agent aid he assumed the gunman vanted to leave the country to escape prosecution iraska charges. on the Ne- Devil's Den Park Opens On May 21 Std Reg Tyson Foods 5Ui .......'.... 16 .......:. 2114 .. 6VS-7 . ri-1',4 ..' 514-6 .. 37-38 17VS-16 I5W-16 Averages Inds ... Trans Ulils N'olume .....:...;...-. ..... Commodity Openings May corn . up -101 . up 102 down .21 ... 3.290 2G6 May soybeans 487V! Apr eggs 42.75 Map pork bellies 80.20 May wheat 352M Wedding Cancelled ATHENS. Ala. (AP) -- Firs lladcari Tribble said she woul marry entertainer Elvis Pres lev on Saturday. Now she say she didn't, biil won't tell why. "'This is the Sabbath day an I don't talk about things lik this on the. Lord's day," the -12 year-old widowed mother o four said Sunday when askc why !lie wedding hadn't .take place. . ' There was no comment Iron Presley. 41. However, frequent Presley spokcsma Dr. George NicholoupDS,- mail tainccl .that reports.of the we dinfl"were "not true." Devil's Ben Stale Park, part oi lhe Arkansas Slale Parks system, will open officially May 2i, according tc..i°ark Hanger Dob' Childcrs. . ' The p a r k , located high in lhe Boslon Mountains, docs not "i^mhard"sfreeT'rowho~irw close down completely in and TMof'po'liceTmcerl ^ler, J,ut reerealion^^areas, across the slrcel. . Shortly before the Baldwins arrived at Ihe bullet-sprayed intersection, the sniper began taking shofs al pa: and a polico cruise ssing r. Thi cars including swimming poo! dressing area, paddle Workers To Try Tuqboal BzabelhS. NEW ORLEANS (API orkcrs planned to try today to isc the 85-fool tugboat Eliza ctli S., which sank in (he Mis- ssippi River for the third time . its.history. Harbor police sain Hie boat as resting in about 50 feet ot nlcr o f f the Poydras Street 'liarf. All four crewmen made ashore safely. The tugboat, which wns built n 13H, capsized Saturday as it as helping the Russian cruise lip Odessa from its berth. Wit- esses snid the tug had a low- ne to the cruise ship and was ullcd over. The Coast Guard said Sunday lat tiic cause of the .accident Upi'ising'in Dublin ngainsL British rule, The marches were organized by the outlawed Irish Kcpuhli- can A r m y , but security forces did not interfere. Only oii^ mi- lor incident was " reported, in lelfasl, the capital ot Northern FrclHiul. 'A group of yonlha hrcu- rocks at a police'station, and British troops chased them- into the Mihtown Cemetery and arrested four of Ibem, A message from the IRA Army Council, rend durina a memorial service in the ceme- lery. vou-cri to fight on until British rule is ended in North* crn Ireland, Police Arrest Six On Disorderly Conduct S P R I N G D A L E -- Police arrested six persons who were fighting in the 71 Truck Stop's parking loi early Sunday morning. Police charges ranged from intoxicated in public to disorderly conduct. · Patrolman Charles Johnson said ho drove to Ihc truck.stop after hearing a gunshot. Upon found that Ihc truck stop had into the air to checking, owner of fir;.'d his gun atcrt police to the brawl. Tlic truck stop owner said one of the men involved in the fight would not let anyone act to a ad not hcen determined and telephone. investigation was in prog- Those arrested on _a singly oss charge of mloxtcaled.m public umped overboard ami swam I lauded Donna' Lee .Mefford. Crewmen aboard the tug ovvard shore. Bystanders L on tie dock "threw ncls, a work ·est and ropes to pull them in. The Elizabeth S. first sank ibout seven years ago while icd up at lhe Bisso Tnwboat Co. docks in New Orleans. It. sank" again last July near csjreharv killing one crewman; ' : T i i a l accident caused some' concern among tugboat ipcralors because il took the oat about ah hour to sink and no one noticed. !.. of Edwardyille. Tdmmic J, Hill. 31, of East Side Rooms, and Billy Gene Varner, 28, .1703 Westwood; - · · ' Pat May Hall, 3H, of Cily View Trailer Park nnd Norma Jean Cairon, 32, 1908 Robin, vpre arrested For intoxicaled in public and disorderly, conduct, Charles Ayron- F^ICD. 3(i. oT Peltigrcw, was ·* "rested on charges of intoxicated in public, ' disorderly conduct and carrying a weapon. Police said Eslep was carrying a pool, cue over his head. rentals, fishing, and food facili lies, snack bar. general siore ls "d restaurant, will open on Ihe , I ahnye date. The hours will be sieged officers radioed for help and the Baldwins were trapped by responding police .units and the g u n m a n . The couple said that while huddled on the floor of the van they saw officer James A. Brennan wounded' by three shots and his partner, officer .lames p. Halcomb, ttie after being hit in the neck wilh a single shot. Police tried lo reach the wounded officer but were driven o f f by the sniper's bullcls. Baldwin, who was told by police he didn't have to do it, drove his produce delivery van into the intersection while 200 policemen provided covering fire. Crouching under the steering wheel, be pulled the van alongside Brennan long enough to get him inside and then The picture i e park, located they were before the (Vietnam) war," he saidl Motel manager Bert which is probably healthy." But "the fact Ihal some American companies are putting more emphasis on exports from lh e United States may make them more formidable competitors, nol less,' 1 the paper said. The Flcohomist said I976 will "perhaps se the beginning of the new epoch in rmltiTvitionalism: retreating from the ownership of capital abroad in the face of crcping socialism; exporting goods and knowhow instead of managers, businesses a n d bribes." A recent U.S. Department of Commerce forecast said total foreign investment by American business may increase 2 per cent lo $27.1 billion this Hut it said investment in has a high flock, :cepers pleased to see the slu- Icnts paying up to $48 per night r lodgings. "They're really nice, they, respect people more this year, 11 , '"razcr said. "They're using ess dope and drinking more li- rjuor. Phillips year. Europe is expected to drop fj-om $11.1 billion to $10.8 billion, the first decline in dec- Wendover Dies MKIUDRIST, Conn, (AP) -- Ssnford If. Wendover, retired editor of The Journal, died Saturday al 81, opinion of this do other inn in a setting oE natural beauty, contains. 1,765 acres and forms the watershed (or Lee Creek, a mountain stream offering fishing but not suitable for boating. The park has 15 'fully equipped housekeeping cottages. Four of them have been completely renovated. The cottages, ranging from one to three bedrooms, have heating, air conditioning and fireplaces, and linens and cooking utensils arc provided. In addition to the housekeeping collages Ihcre are 127 individual campsites. All have loblcs and - fireplaces, and modern bathhouses with hot showers and a sanitary d u m p station are also provided. There Economic (OOXTINUKn-FROM PAGE ONE) ministration's - initial, econom expectations tins year. ; The latest 7.5 per cent unci ployrrient rale, for example, ; already below the 7.7 per cent, initially" expected to be the av-l erage unemployment rate f o r the year. And there arc some signs Ihal business inventories are now about to fuet further economic growth. Business stocks in relation to sales are now at the lowest, 1 eve I in nearly two years. When -business depletes its stocks without CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE BOARD AGENDA . ' PUBLIC MEETING -- OPEN TO ALL ' For TuesdaYr April 20 - 7:30 p.m. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT)* tract of land located on ths Approval of Ihe'revised 1970 ^st _"side_,of South Uniyersily drove the wounded officer outl are also picni_carcas with water of lhe range of fire. Comnnniity Development Pro- OCCUPATION' TAX An ordinance establishing an occupation tax for persons do- to "High Density Ilesidential". ess deplete replenishin fhem production capacity is idled and workers are thrown out of work. When slocks are accumulating, workers are busy supplying inventory goods as well as those sold directly. (CONTINUED FUOM PAGE OXE Dob Evans, who has acted as emcee for several preliminary and lhe Frisco railroad tracks, of South Gregg, and northwest of North wes L Ele ctr ic Company, from "Heavy Commercial and Liglit Industrial" ing business in lhe City of Fay- ctteville; and a resolution referring this'ordinance (Q a vole of the people al the May 25 primary election. SIGN APPEAL An appeal" from the literal provisions of the Sign Ordinance, regarding- a sign to be located at 3322 North College Avenue. CASHLESS DIEIVING An ordinance prescribing the offense of careless driving. UNLAWFUL FLIGHT An ordinance prescribing thn offense of flighl from an officer. CITY FLAG CONTEST A request from Boy Scout Troop No. M2 (or authority lo conduct a contest for the selec- Miss America Pageants. At one " on °^ an official cily flag. said that offenses students have heeri committing are for public drunkenness and similar misdemeanors, "This whole season has ncai light for us," he s a i d. "I'm unaware of any felonies corn- milled by students." Bobcock Drowns HEDFFELD, A r k . (AP) Mark Anthony Bahcock, 18, of Itedfield drowned Sunday in the Arkansas River near the Tar Camp recoation area about Tive miles east of here, author ilics said. Officers said Bahcock anrl three companions were trying to swim to a sand bar fn the river when Babcock developed cramps. Attempts by the other three to save him were ^successful, oflicers said. The 51-minutc gjn battle with lhe sniper left four other policeman and /» bystander wounded. John K, Williams, 18, was charged with one count of murder and one count of assault in connection with the incident. Baldwin sairi his rescue effort "was the first time anything like this ever happened lo me, ami f hope like h e l l ' i t ' s t h e last." Police said Baldwin probably will get a civilian com rrenrlalion. f' TV Sets Taken . K a r l Loguc of Route I told sheriff's deputies Sunday t h a t his homo was. burglan/ed of the purk. ^^T»Tss; SE1?iSSM±!! TM« ~"~ A recommendation from the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board regarding the use of funds Tor certain parks projects. KEKON1NG APPEAL Ah appeal of a decision by the Planning Commission L regard* sometime Sunday afternoon. Logue said that two television sets and an umte tor mined a m o u n t of money were Eakcn when someone pried open a rear door. .. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! K you rannoi reach your TIMRS carrier nrONE 412-6242 D a i t y S to 6:30 p.m. Saturday 4;30 to 6p.m. Sundays to 9:30 a.m. modern rcstrooms, a group pavilion and playground equipment. New this year ts a hack- packing tr'ail. The trail starts in the park hut goes inlo filack- b'lrn Creek Valley in lhe Ozark National "Forest.and is a one night, two day trail. "A good weekend trip," said Childcr.i. A popular feature at the park Is the interpretive naturalist program! The program provides gutried hikes, talks, demonstrations and an evening program of slides and movies in the out- d o o r ' amphitheater. " The naturalists who man the program are Wallcy Sherry arui G r a n t Dnughcrly, John Green is superintendent · His assistant i some people in America today | are claiming "beauty pageants are losing some ground. I'm h,ore to tell you it's 'not so," According lo Ncilson ratings of television programs, Evans said, "Three pageants hnvc polled the highest audiences 1 of any programs. Those are the Miss America. Miss Universe and Miss USA contests." John Clark. orf oi Funftrftl Service S21-EOOO fiRHATHOUSK, Robert An drew -- Monday, 9:30 a.m., at the Chapel. The Rev. Manrice Lanicr otficialing. Interment Greenlawn Cemetery, Springfield, Mo, ing rezoning petition P.76 G. (or PETITION HEARING A public hearing on sufficiency of a strcel improvement district nctilion Road. for Old Farmington REZONINT. Rezonint! petilion H76-11, for tract of land located west of North College Highway 71B approximately 13*10 feet north of Townshin Road, from "Agricultural" to "Medium Density Residential". KK7.0N1NG Rezoninn nefHion R76-13, for a trad of land located on Iho north sfdc or Highway 16 East, apnroximatolv one-half mile oast of Slonchridge Road, from " A n r i r u l f u r n l " to "Low Density Ho«i''enlUr. TRAFFIC; Mnirr REQUEST A rcnnosl fcv SEFCO-ACORN for a t r a f f i c sifinnl nl Ebc intersection of Kast Hnnlsville Road and South Willow Avenue 1 .. PuncriASiNr, ITEMS Award of liid tor sewer lins work on Highway Ifi East. OTHER IHJSINKSS PUBLIC NOTICE The public is hereby advised that a proposed Large Scale Development plan of Southwestern Bell Telephone Co., for property located on the South.side of Harold Street/East of North College Ave. and West of Sheryl Street, will be; reviewed by the Sub- Division Committee of the Koyetteville Planning Commission on Monday, April 26, 1976. Copies of the proposed plan may be reviewed by'the public in the Planning Office at City Hall or at the office of Paul Young and Associates, 19 East Dickson St., Fayefleville, AR.

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