Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 11, 1972 · Page 2
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ArVan.oi TIMES, Friday, Aug. 11, rAVITTIVILLI, ARKAKtAI Last Goodbye ;A South Y'einamese woman cries over Ihe coffin holding (he remains of a relative killed lliree months ago by North. Vietnamese .along Itoiite 1, 'south of Quong Trl. Mass burial of many of Ihe victims look place at Phong Dlea last week. (AP Wire- photo) County-Wide Zoning Not In Near Future, Says Lester '. He sees no zoning county-wide In the near future, Washington County Judge Vol Lester said today. It may be tried first in zones ' adjoining cities, but Vthere is no way it is-.going to come countywide very soon." '."Nobody'is 'hipped on having county zoning that I know, of,'.' 'Lester remarked..; ; ./·'· _".,.." Adoption Worker Changes Here Mrs. Brownie Ballard, area adoption worker will be in tho Family and Children's Services office at the Washington Counly Courlhouse from',7 8 a.m. to .4:30 p.m. each day to take 'applications and explain changqs in adoption procedures, Arkansas Social Services Commissioner, Dalton'Jennings^ recently called for a maximum - effort lo be' made · in finding permanent homes . for hard-tq- place children. With problems and for further efforts to be made in the black community. The temporary changes call for the adoptions staff to make a concerted effort in these areas for t h e - n e x t , six months.' Applications for these type c h i l d r e n '"will .'-receive preferential - - treatment. " The agency, will defer processing applications [or normal .while infa'nts '; until maximum effort has,'·: beeh'j made for other children" to be placed. Applications will still be taken for white -.infants, however these adoption studies'will be .temporarily' ; iiefered becausi the agency is experiencing ah ever increasing back;log-of this type of. application...-Presentl. Ihe; agency has ;J30 -couples approved for placement with approximately 90 per cent o those 'requesting normal whiti Infants or ypurig "children. Couples requesting Hard-to place children, .including black children, will receive priority in the; handling of their . ap plications. - The ' agency has many black children ranging from infancy to age 12 ,who are in foster-home care..In the pas six'months, the agency^has hac few approved homes to consider for. the .placement of hard-to place .children. . There is ,a new agency plan that calls for continued financia responsibility for a child's m e d i c a l medical problems · existed at the time of the child's placement. He "said the federal government is causing stales lo pass aws on ; county, planning,, and hat ' it is necessary to be assured plans for building developments do not in the ulure create problems. And he said he expects to see state aws with teeth in them iovernlng thjs sort of thing. But even this he anticipates .will ake time. : ' ;, : ..' Judge Lester said lie understands zoning was tried in 'ulaski County "but it.didn't york."' '"' ' Elam Dinham of Elm Springs, chairman--of-. the.,.Washington bounty Planning Commission, ias said previously that he hinks "zoning is far down the road." Band Practice Practice for Fayetteville High School marching band members will be held bcgining Aug 14 from 8 a.m. until 12 noon. Richard Nivcn, newly employee band director at the high school asks thai all former bant members a n d .students in tercstcd in band lo mccl al 8 a.m. in the school's band room ·J* Report Information i ·* Htreln Puihen ·*! T» Federal Aa«nfi .· Madison Counly Fair Queen To Be Selected HUNTSVILLE -- The annual Beauty revue and fair- queen contesl^will be held at 7:30 p.m. Saturday al Watson Cafeforium. During the contest the 1972 "liny .ot king and queen, prince-and princess, and Madison County Fair queen will be_sel:cted., - , E n t e r t a i n-m e n t will be provided by" Ken Owens. Dana Samples v\.ill be' master-bf ceremonies ' and pianists; will · be Sally Mills and Glen Roberts. ·Th eMadison County Fair itself will be held at the Fairgrounds Aug. 17-10. More than $1,000 In prizes wil be awarded All exhibils except livestock must be in place by noon Aug 17 with livestock in place by S a.m. Aug. 18. Western Union Revises Over Counter Service Western Union's over-the :ounter service in Fayetleville vill be provided from the Yellow Cab Company offices eginning today.- A. D. Hen ion, a r e a supervisor of the lompany, said today. Henson said persons phoninj n telegrams^'may dial a t o 1 reef-number:-; 1-800 482-9315 Jhich' will' connect them with V c s t e r n Union's recording Hock. · All over-thc:counter seryices L ncluding sending and receiving money orders and telegrams vill v be available , at the cab drfi'pahy'from '7:30' 2drri;--t6 f .m. Monday through Saturday 'he office will be closed on lunday. Henson said the cab company v o u 1 d continue to make hysical. deliveries of received elegrams as in the past, .The · firm's,,TWX, Telex am other leased service customer n the area are not affected ie said. Sharp Monthly Drop In Employnie'ni K Total employment in the Fayetteville labor market in June was up 575 over June a year ago, but dropped 1,300 below May. "Nearly all of this loss resulted," says Iho Employmen S e c u r i t y Division, "from summer release of non-teaching personnel f r o m . . l o c a l school ahH'fcolleges." _ · · _ .;.,;'.;" ;Manufaeturfhg "emplo'ytnen increased 100 to total 8,175 in June. Ezra Bartlelt, Jr., is manager of the ESD office, with Eula Phillips area analyst. School Calendar Of Events Listed The calendar of events fo Fayelteville Schools calls fo classe to begin on Aug. 28 an to end on May.31, 1973, Pre school activities tor teacher will be held Aug. 23-25. ! ../the calendar is as follows: ' M o n d a y , Aug. 28, classe begin. Monday, Sept. 4, Labor Da; holiday. Tuesday, Nov. 21 throug Friday, -Nov. 24, no schoo Teachers will attend Arkansa Education Association Meelin N o v . 21-23. Thanksgivih_ holidays for students, Nov. 2; 24. Thursday, Dec. 21 Ihroug Wednesday, Jan. 3,'1973, Chrisl mas holidays. Monday,-.. March 12 .throug Friday, March 16, spring vaca tion. Thursday, May 31, last da of school. . Starter Stolen An automobile engine starter worth 530 was reported stolen Thursday from a 1972 Dodge van parked near Houston-Taylor Motor Ave., theft Matthews, service manager; police said today. The was reported ^by Ira POLK, Iftt, MM s^rvicti-Saturday, 2:00 p.m. Chapel of Nelion'i Funeral Home. Rev. J«c!c Taylor of- rlclatlnr, Interment. McCord Cemetery, Petition Residents of Jackson's Firs Addition in northeast Fayett ville are circulating a pelitio requesting the Fayelteville Cil Board of D.ireclors lo zon against duplexes in all Ho density residential districts. ^The petitions have bee circulated for one day and 7 signatures have been obtaine according to the pctilio framerj Mrs. Barbara Trea Mrs. Alfred Smith and Mr Neal Millar. The petitions will be prcscn ed al the Tuesday night mcelin of the city board, when tl zoning proposal is to com before the directors. Appeal Notice Senator Takes Filed In Suit Ov$r Prpperty Notices of nppcM lo the rkftnsrts Supreme Court ·· have' ccii tiled' iii tho Wn'shliigUm Ircult Clerk's office- by the scrs In two, nulls -decided.;by hnncellor TlidniRS -F, Bull In eccnl weeks. The flrsl. was a petition lo ulct nnd contlrm lllle, filed In hancery Court Nov; 30,' 1971, y Anna Boswcll against Mr, nd Mrs. Richard Coger and the irst National Bank ot Spring. ale. I t . was: dismissed' lonth. ' last The plaintiff said she received ic fee simple title to land In ic Bobby Thompson addition Sprlngdale^by, a,deed from ie, commissioner, -of .sTnTe' a n d s , The tract,', earlier ad been forfeited and sold: to le state for failure to pay taxes 1963 and afterward," ctilion said. t h e The plaintiff said Hie Cogcr.s may have claimed some right o the land, as might the bank ecause of two mortgages. The defendants, in an answer the petition, alleged that Ihe orfeiture of the land for delin- lent taxes -and the eventual ale of the property., to the Joswell wqman were void, , ' The.Cpgers-sald (here was rio.' vidence of proper publication t.the list ot delinquent.lands; he date for sale of the lands or delinquent taxes was im- roper as , it was not on the lird Monday, .In November tier publication ot the delin- uent tax list; and that there as no evidence of any sale ivolving competitive bidding. The, defendants. laterJdeposit- d J485.80 to the court' lo repay he plaintiff for her costs In cquir'ihg'the land. '!'·· '...'., : The claim was-disfrUssed by ib judge 1 July -21 at'the "close f the plaintiff's evidence; when e sustained' the defendants' emurrer to the evidence. SECOND. CASE The second case to be ap- ealed Was filed Jan. 13 by Mr. nd Mrs. William T. Cox gainst Anna V. Boswell and llsie E. Line. ' Tha Coxes asked the court (o oid a deed' which the state ssued to the .defendants Sept. 0. 1971,'for land in Hie-County ^ourt Addition to the city. : The taxes, according to their sujt, ad forfeited the properly to the tale for failure to pay taxes n It for part of 1965 and in ubsequent years. The Coxes claimed that the drteiture of the land to the tate \yas,vpid. " . ' ' . . , The Cbxes said nq action was,confirm the title o the land in Ih'e State' for-the 965 o'r any'subsequent :fo'rfel-. lire, and rip..decree' w'as.'evcn ntered la'confifm the lille ;in ither Ihe stale or the defen- ants. The o t h a t suit, did hot claim Obituary His Campaign To New York WASHINGTON, (At!) .-- Sen. Georfjo S. McGovern Inkos his Dcmocrnllc presidential- campaign lo New York today. Thursday ho visited a shoe manufacturing plant In Manchester, N.H., (vnrt Uic Aclna Life and Casualty Co. In Hartford; Conn. , : . ' . ' ' , ., Also ' Thursday, . Iho "White House'declined comment on n charge ,by " Democratic, vice presidential cnndldato Snrgent Shrlver that Nixon "blew" an opportunity to. end'Uie yictnnm war in 1969"oh'belter-terms Ih'Bfi'he' ciAiltt get now;' . ' · ( · · · " "Nikon had peace handed lo him literally In; his lap VfShrlv, cr ; said In " air interview,-' but didn't explain exactly how Ihls came about. The White House, meanwhile, said criticism of the news media will not be an- Issue in the campaign. Questioned about press re ports that President Nixon' had given Instructions against public criticism ; of the media, Press Secretary . Ronald L. : Zlegler ; sald, ."We. have .never .had;a,plan to make an Issue.In the campaign." .',·· " The Defense -Department stepped Into the campaign with a bang by releasing a lengthy document Implying that Sen. McGovern was engaging In "mythology" in proposing drastic cuts In defense expenditures. · . DEFENSE STUDY. The study said defense spending already is at a peacetime level and that the planned outlay of $7B.3'biUioh for the current fiscal year will buy less in manpower and weapons than any defense budget since 1950, before the :Ko'fe'ah AVar.- McGovern has 'proposed a defense budget .of $55 billion by fiscal 1975 compared with the $85 billion minimum he thinks the Pentagon will want In other developments: . --Clark MacGregor, President Nixon's campaign director, said in one of the strongest G O P - a t t a c k s ^ y e t that McGOvern's "$6,500. guaranteed annual intome scheme ..:' would kill incentive while it rewarded idleness, and while It broke the backs of the working men and wom'en of America with skyrocketing taxes ..." --Hep. Donald M. Riegle Jr., a liberal Republican from Michigan, complained that he has been prevented from lesto- fying before the Republican Platform Committee and h a s UlysS. Lovell Dies; Funeral To Be Saturday Sprlngdnlc-Ulys A. Lovell 72, former Snrlngclalc clly iitlor ney, died Thursday In t h e Springelalo hospital. Born Oct. 20, 1699:'ln Denmark.' Ark., the son of .John N. . and Anna MpDouglas Lovell, lie was a Unitarian, n Mason, a veteran of World War I, a member of Lha Rolnry Club; the American Legion and was a Phi Beta Kappa. ' · He was « former s c h o o l teacher, having taught In a one- room school liouso and nl llio University 'of t 'Avkimans law school troni which ho gradunlcd In 1020. llo abl'vod n.i Sprlngdnlo city nltornoy from 1030 lo IDS'! wllh llio exception of two years. He Iwlca served ns prcsl- ilcul of the Wnshlntfloi 1 . County Dnr Association; as secretary of- llio Rotary Club, of wlilch lib was a cliartef rhombof and ns secreliiry of the Sprlnfidiile Chwnboi' ot Commerce. Survivors are one brother, Gnlncs ot Jackson, Mich, and ono. sister, Miss Eunice Lovell of Tulsn. ' . . Funeral service will be at 11 a.m. Slsco Funcrnl Chnpel with burial . In BUitt Cemetery, '. ·;" - - , Food Processing Firms Give UA Research Funds . Soveii food processing companies Imvrj provided $26,000 lo tho · University of Arknnsns Division of Agriculture -. for research on liorllcuUufnl crops nnd tho dls'casen that pVngne Ihein. . ·· Plant scientists working on tho project nro Dr. J, defendants, according obsession of the properly after icy allegedly purchased it for 876,01 the state, and their eed constitutes a cloud on the lainliff's title. The defendants, in a coun- erclaim, asked that their title o the real estate be confirmed them' against the Coxes' laims. Judge Butt, however, in. a decree filed July 31-, voided the ax forfeiture and the sale of he real property to the state, le also voided the deed issued y the state lo the defendants, calling it a cloud on the Coxes' itle. The plaintiffs were ordered lo )ay the defendants the $676.03 hey paid for the land plus nterest. been' referred to -subcommittee instead. A.'similar complaint _was roqde by Jill Riick- elshaus' wife pf-lhe director'of the Environmental Protection Agency. i STACKED The committee hearings open Monday In Miami Beach, and Riegle said Ihey .have. been Stacked in favor'of "witnesses acceptable to the President. Committee Chairman John J. R h o d e s , R-Ariz. t termed Riegle's complaints "a tantrum." ' . - ; --Former New York Mayor Rpberl ,£. Wagner was named t o h e a d S e n . George McGovern's campaign organization In New York state., succeeding Richard C. Wade, who resigned in an effort to improve party unity. Lawsuit Filed Over Highway Construction Roy E. Courdin, a Sprlngdale landowner, has filed .suit in Washington Chancery 'Court against Anchor Construction Co. and five commissioners of the A r k a n s a s State Highway Department in the reconstruction ot Hwy. 71 as a tour-lane highway divided by a median strip alongside his properly in downtown Springdale. Courdtn asks thai the court stop the construction until a provision is made for Kim to receive just compensation for t a k i n g or damaging his property. - . · · The suit : alleges that . no eminent domain action was tiled by the Commission, and that no olher provisions were made for his payment. He claims that the highway, with its raised divider, will "severely limit and damage" egress and ingress to his property on the west side of the highway. The value of his 4.65 acres of land, including several hundred frontage feet, has been reduced by. $50.000 because ot the construction, the filing claims. Commissioners named in t h e suit were John W. Harsh, J.C. Patterson, Maurice Smith, L a w r e n c e Blackwell a n d George Kell. Anchor Construction Co. is the primary contractor in the reconstruction, the suit said. .MRS. NAOMI 1IENSON ,.Mw. Napnil Jlcnson, D4, ot Sprliigdnie, died Tuesday In a Sprlngdale nursing libme. Born Nov, 5. 1B17 at Spring Vnllcy, the daughlcr of John,-and Mary Huntsville Schools Name New Teachers HUNTSVILLE--Five n e w eachers have been employed jy Ihe Huntsville school system. They are James W. Terry, Patricia Ann Scott. Lloyd E. Haught, Jack B. Canion and Jerry D. McBride. Terry will teach tifth grade ..'ny Sanders, she was the widow of Solon Hcnson and a Baptist. Survivors are several nieces and nephews, Funeral service was at 10 a.m. loday nl the Caudle Avenue Bnptist Church In Springdnlc with burial In Friendship Cemetery. Springdale--Loyd Henderson Clark, 80, ot Route 2, Bcnlon- ville, died Thursday in a Springdale hospital. Born June 15, 1892 al Boxley, he was u retired farmer. , Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Bessie Fultz Clark ot the home; three daughters,, .Mrs. WIJ^n Edgmon of Beaumont, Tex. aild Mrs. Wayne Dobbs and Mrs. J.B. King, both of BenUjnville; three grandchildren amr three great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be al 3 p.m. Salurday at the First Baptist:Church of Cave Springs wilh burial in Cave Springs Cemetery under direction of Sisco Funeral Chapel. CHARLES DELAP Prairie Grove -- Charles William Delap, 30, of Benton, died Thursday, in a Little Rock hospital. He was a former Prairie Grove resident. Survivors are the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Delap 'o[ Vienna, Va.r one brother, Richard of Woodbridge, Va.; one sister, Mrs. John Murry ot Greensboro, N.C. and the paternal grandmother, ; Mrs. · J,A. Geigcr of Prairie Grove. Arrangements will be announced by Luginbuel Funeral Home. Dowers, hortleultnrlsl find Dr. M. J, Good, plnnl pathologist. .· Providing $viOOQ oaeli nro/Al- len Cunning Company of Sllonm Springs mid Slcole, Calming Company ot Sprlngdale, Gifts of $1,000- each were- mnilo by Birds 'Eyq Division of General' Foods Corp. ,and tho Winter Garden Freezer.Co., Inc. Sllllwell Foods,'Inc.,'of Sllll- well;'· Okln. ' tins-'-cpnlr.lbnled $3,000: BlylhovUle ,Cnrmlng Co., Inc. of Blylhovllle 1 . has given $2,000 and Gerbc'r Products of Fort Smith'gave $1,000.' Area News fifje/s New Directors Elected By f Rogers Chamber ROGERT-Fiye new directors of the Rogers' 'Chamber ot Commerce have been elected, lo three-year terms, Bob Craflort, Chamber president, announced Thursday. . ... ... , ·New directors: who will ba responsible for setting policy guidelines for Ihe chamber ar« Richard Barclay, public accountant; Jim ,-Caldwell, president, Jim Caldwell and Associates, Inc.; Gcrrald Lynch, manager Rose Drug Store; Henry Morgan cashier First'-National Bank; and Bob Todd, planl manager. Nnion Carbide Corp., Cons'Umer ROBERT VAN HOOK Rogers -- Robert Van- Hook, 91, died Thursday in the Springdale hospital. Born April 27, 1881 in Kentucky,' the son of J i m ' a n d Maggie_ Smith Van Hook, he was a retired farmer and a Baptisl. Survivors are one son, Mitchell of , Springdale; two daughters, Mrs. Vesta'Samuels of Pea Ridge and Mrsi.Cordelia Jones of Huntsvllle; one sister, Products Division^ An Indoctrination program seats a t . the Thursday, 7., hoard meeting. New will be held Thursday, Aug.'17, In the Chamber office and; new directors will officially 1 .take their officers 'will be elected at 'Ihs September meeting. . ' Supervising" the selection of the (ive directors from a slate ot 10 candidates were Rex Spivey, John Harris. Bill Sullon, Betty Gracy and Leo Anderson. PRAYER LINE M r s . Emmie Muskogce, Okla.; children; nine MEETING SET A gospel meeting will be held at the Bohanan Church ot Christ Aug. 13-29 with services set for 7:30 p.m. daily. Elementary; .Mrs. :teach ·· a special at Watson Scott Will _ _ r mathematics class at-Huntsville Middle School; Halight will la- leach high school business; Canion will · teach industrial arts and-McBride..will be head junior high football coach and [each mathematics. Watchdog Caught PARIS, Ky. (AP) -- Clyde, the not-so-watchful watchdog, has found has found himself all caught up in the middle of a marijuana rap. '- Sheriff Fred BbllngVon Thursday arrested Jame* H. Garner, 23, of Euless, Tex., and Wynanl Lee Moore, 27, o f Lexlnglon, Ky., alter he and State Trooper W, E. Bowles spotted Ihe two in a field stuffing marijuana Into PERSEUS FIREBALL By THE ASSOCIATED TR_ESS - A Washington Stale Uh'Iver- sily astronomer says the tire-ball seen . soaring over Ihe northwestern United States and Canada may have been a brilliant mass of deteriorating meteors from the constellation Perseus. One or more flaming objects, variously described as orange, red and. blue, were sighted Thursday flashing across skies over six states and Alberta province in Canada. Dr. Sydney D. Hacher,. astronomer and professor at Washington State, said the Perseus meteors, known as the Perseld, had been expected over Northern Hemisphere skies on Saturday. OPEN HOUSE Open house will be held at the Wayside Chapel at 8 p.m. Aug. 16 by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. REVIVAL SET Revival services will begin Sunday at the Buckeye church with services set'for 7:30 p.m. daily. children and grandchild. Evans of four grand- great-grand- pne grcat-greal- Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Clifty Bap- List Church with burial in Clifty Cemetery under direction Callison Funeral Home. of that hath breath Praise the Lor hut one wa G c d . L e e n b e f u ! U n d crowned with praise. This docs^ot cam is as Christians, anything at is as , the throne of God, for Jesus ias already done this for us He laid down His life for us aitf I tot .our sins. The sacrifice of Christ is suff cient. The nature of .our TM to celebrate DECORATION SET Decoration will be held at the Patrick Cemetery Sunday. 50-pound plastic bags. The sheriff said Ihe dog, Clyde, had apparently been sta tloned in Ihe field to warn the two of intruders but he didn't make a sound when the policemen approached. Didn't Apply FRESNO, 'Calif. ( A P ) Gov.;', Ronald Reagan's wife Nancy has'disclaimed authorship of an application for welfare aid which had been received by the Fresno County Welfare Department. Existence ot the application became known when Mrs. Reagan' received a letter from the county saying she wasn't eligible for food stamps or assistance under the Aid to Families With Dependent Children program. MEMORIAL SERVICE' Decoration and memorial services will be held at Pinnacle Saturday. Services will be held in the morning followed by a basket lunch. TO ATTEND MEETING Mrs. Marvin Bradley and Mrs. Thomas Gray, both of Fayetteville, will be among the women presenting the chair- on a n ' s conference at leadership training institute for officers and chairmen of local PTA groups Aug. M-15 in Conway. City Manager At Seminar City Manager Donald Grimes is in Little Rock today to attend a Mennenger Foundation seminar sponsored by the A r k a n s a s City Managers Association. Topic of the two-day meeting will be psychology of city management. "It will deal largely with helping city managers keep themselves in perspective," Grimes said. Attending the psychiatric seminar with Grimes will bs Sturman Mackey, his adminis- Irative aide, and David Me- Whethy, a graduate intern from the University of Arkansas working for the city this summer. fcclion and for us lo t acknowledge His great goodness and His many blessings. Question: I am led u? vrtlh Iho swearing, dirty stories, and sex. thai seem (o he Ihe main topic of like COMING! STARTS SUNDAY REVIVAL FAYETTEVILLE CHURCH OF GOD 631 MISSION. BLVD. August 20th Evangelist--Rev. C. C. Mills Clara, Miss. Pastor--L. V. Rigney THEFT REPORTED SPRINGDALE - A billfold, a checkbook and a sack of groceries valued at $10 were taken Thursday night trom Ihe unlocked car of Virginia Vicky, of Roule 5, Springdale, while It was parked al Sprlngdale Bowl on Hwy. 71 south between 10:30 and 12:20 p m. according lo police reports. THERE WILL BE A REVJVAL Meeting at BUCKEYE CHURCH SUNDAY, AUGUST 13 . Services Start Each Evening at 7:30 ' ' Elder lo/'Coun)* nnd Eldir Clarice Barren Will B« Th* Sp«ak.r. Eviryon* Invited To Coma MAKE IT YOUR HOBBY . . . READING 1IMES WANT ADS!! Retired people know the wny o keep young Is lo acquire new Interests and hobbies. And they know the Classified Advertising pages afford Ihcm Ihe opportunity lo pursue their Interests and hobbles for n lot less money. Here's one hobby that's great for the summer: W KAYOT ronloon Ikul. ntxrtliii lop, ilyroroAm fJltH llcel por.loftll, n h.p. plfclrlo ilarl motor. TrAlltr. Alt In excellent. etmJltlon. rhw« !ttl-xxx* trier 4 p.m. Tor more In- formitlon, onvcrsnllon at the . e. I work. There are « f'ff ..« myself, but. Ihe. .niajprlly just laugh II oft and say, "Oh, don't be siich a prude." I ion t believe that a person who claims to he a Christian con take part In such things - anrl belong lo Christ. How about .117 Answer: There are three types of people that you. as a general rule, find engaged in this, kind of conversation: the illiterate, the immature and the depraved. The illiterate, lacking in education, follow along in hope lhat Ihcy will be accepted as a part of the group; and because of not being able to understand, aro misled In their thinking. The immature have much Ih'e same problem as the illiterate. As he or she malures.'the functions of life should become part of a. normal and happy life, and not something dirty and perverted. Sometimes young people aro out in the work-n-day world before they are completely malur-. cd and will come in contact with this situation. Without' pYoper guidance, a lot of harm can be done to them. The depraved persons lalk, dream, and live only for this purpose. They can't carry on a normal conversation. Within n very few minutes of meeting another person they turn ,lho conversation lo Ihelr favorite subjccl. Eventually, our conversation reveals our character. In F.phcslans 4:29 it snys, ' J I.ct no foul or polluting language, nor evil word, nor unwholesome or worthless lalk ever coma out of your mouth, but only such speech as is good and beneficial lo Ihe splrllual progress- of others, as Is filling lo the r|ccd and the occnslon, that II may be a blessing end give grace lo Ihose who hcnr H." ' In Ephcslnns 5:37 It goc.i on lo tell you to hnvo no part of filthiness. obscenity, Indecency, ilntul, silly nnd corrupt talk, nor lestlngs which are not becoming. Instead voice your thanks nnd praise In God, I bollevo lhat If you havn n f i r m foundation In Christ, 'you will have n place of witnessing for God. Stnml up nnd be counl- Ml. Keep up your hobbles nnd Internals by reading Times Classified Ads, Smart people do! To plnco a low-coal Wnfil Ad Just call 442-0242 and oak for Claisiricd. your fiuesllons loi Prayer Line c/o Northwest Arknnsan Times f'liyclicvlllc, Ark. 72701 All will be cheerfully answered.

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