Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 21, 1976 · Page 2
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£ · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., April 21, 1976 FAYETTKVILLE. ARKANSAS Hughes' Attorneys Place Ads For Wills r LOS ANGELES AP -i ' 'Howard H obard Hughes Jr., son of Howard Hobard Hughes Sr., and Allen e Gano. born Dec. 24, J9Q5, died April 5, 1976. · - "Anyone having information " regarding this death, please phone (213) 986-7047." .- The small, inconspicuous advertisement is being placed by Summa Corp. officials in about 40 newspapers to help find the reclusive billionaire's last will and testament disposing of estimated $2-billion fortune, A spokesman for Summa, which manages the Hughes' holdings, said another reason for the ad .is to "make it offi cial lhat he's dead." The billionaire recluse dice during a -flight from Acapulco Mexico, to Houston. Summa of Ficials have said since his death they believe a will exists, . Arelo Sederberg, the spokes man, said the ads "are part (he continuing search for a will "It is our understanding trui bank trust departments rea these notices as a matter c course and also that banks can 'k'efp records sealed until there is a formal notice of death," he ·said. The advertisement, placed legal columns and obitauary sections of papers in the Unitec States, Canada -and The Ea harhas, will make it possibl ?for Hughes officials to scare .documents and files lhat migl contain his will. Sederberg said the phon number in the ad is a direc line to the Summa Corp. office in Encino, Calif.. Founded 1650 212 N. Easi Are. FaytttevUle, Ark 73701 Published daily and Sunday exetpt January I, July 4. Tbankiglvin* aad Cbrfwtmar Second Class Poslajl* Paid at Fayrtleville, Art- MEMBER ASSOCIATED PEESA Th« Ajmdated Frew fe entitled «· cLuslvely lo Itw LM for repnblEct- llo of all local MW« T*int*d In !h!« ew5i«p«r aa weU u itl AP scBscarrnos u EHedLre Notremtxr L BOOM. Dfllrery Per month by earner Sln«l« copy daily IOc. .. .So»d» ISc . ID WasMogtoo, Beaton. Madlna Cwro- Uet, Art, Adalr Co,. OUa.: 3 nwnllu .. ............ :'... I ft month* ........... . ...... 1 YZAR : ........... ........ City Bo* 9Mtioa ...... . ..... 4000 Omtride abov* cooctlM: 3 month* ...... ........... . ft month! ..... ............... »·» I YEAR ...... . . . . . . . ._..._.._. - . *0-« ALL MAIL RTWCBirnONS VAT ABLE W ADVANCE Bounty officials in California, lore 'lluglics had extensive klings. have already begun eking control of the estate The Los Angeles" County ard of Supervisors voted jesday to ask a superior court dge to name Hie county pub- adminislrator as the chief l guardian of Hughes' e te. ' It is a natural case for Ibe dnrinislralor," said Bruce Allan, who holds the post. He ited there are no heirs of' ughes living in the county al- ough Hughes has extensive estate and other assets ere. The county stands to collect bout $10 million in legal fees_if It man is appointed to adminis- r the estate. Supervisor Kenneth Hahn aid the battle to win control of estate may be the biggest robate case in history. Obituary MISS GAYLK JOHNSON Hlmlsvilla -- Miss'G a y J c Jolmson, 73, of Hliutsvillo iltal Tuesday at the U-jiilsvlllo hospital. Born Aug. 25, 1302 al Hinclsvillc, the daughter of -John B. ami E m m n - S n l y c T Jolmson, sliu \vas · a- retired school tcnclicr anil a Presbyterian. Sho is survived !y one sister, Mrs. Imogenc Fctir of Hun- UnKtp]i I'iirk, Cat. Kniicrnl services \s'ill lie 'at 2 p.m. Friday at the Brashears Funeral Home · 'Chapel with b u r i a l i n the Coltaugh Cemetery near IlindsviDe. Military Critics Jumped By Ford WASHINGTON Promising wonts, LSltlg CO ., "PresWenl mmcc it Ford said lo- Consumer (CONTIMJETl FROM PAGE ONE ight see foot! costs go up an verage of 5 lo 6 per cenl over ic entire 12 months, compared ilh a gain of 8.5 per cent 975. . The leveling off of food prices vas largely due to sharp lines In meat prices, which of- icials say have already started limbing. Several major oil companies ecenlly announced increases'in .jasoline prices, which bad declined in hilc 1975. But Comjez aid gasoline prices usually rise at this time of the year and un- ess the new increases are targ er limn the normal seasonal insh ttiey may not IIP rctlectec the consumer price index. Services, Including rent, in surance rates and mod tea costs have been the fastest'ris ng component in the consume: rice index in recent months and officials say there has been no sign of any slowdown in thi area. Curfew Ordered JERUSALEM AP) -- Israel troops clamped a curfew on tti Arab town of Tulkarm for t!i second day in a ro« r today a another protest flared agains Israel's occupation of JortJan' West Bank. Muyor Hilmi Hannun dieted the ' protests "would con tinuG as long as Israel keeps it troops on the West Bank an builds, Jewish settlements occupied Arab land. Husband Honored j'ayettcville policeman Mike 'art, president ol the North- vest Arkansas Peace Officers Vssociaflon, presenls an honorary plaque lo Mrs, Toiri Hussey, the widow of Springdale policeman John Hussey who was shot to ilculh while on patrol just before Christmas. The association presented the plaque in memory of Husscy's excellent record with the Springdale police. Mrs. Ilusey in t u r n gave the pliuiuc lo Sprlngiliile Police Chief Joe Sims riglil. Sims Siiid it will liaiig in the Sm-msdTilt! police station. (TlMESphoto by Ken Good) WALTKK S M I T H Springdalc -- Walter Smith. 42,- of Springdalc. died Tuesday at a ·Fayutteville hospital. Born Oct. IS, 1933'at Elm Springs, the son of Jack \V, and Ann Holland Smith, -he was a member of the 13rush Creek Baptist Church and he . r ns in the furniture business. Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Junnitn Bnskin Smith of llic home; and one [laughter, Miss Jo Ann Smith uf the home. Funeral services will bo ut 10 a.m. Friday in Sisco _C]iapel with burial - Cemetery. City Votes To Decide (CONTINUED KKOM I'AGB ONE) onsumers, that a one per cent tilily franchise tax be imposed dustrial consumers ami hat the franchise tax levied gainst Southwestern Bell Tele- hone Co. be iocreas,ed from 37,500 to $75.009 for the year 976 and to a minimum of 100,000 per annum thereafter, fhese additional franchise taxes adjacent to Hie Fayetleville High School's West Campus. The Board ruled that the petition was sufficient. --Awarded two contracts for sewer line work on Hwy. If a redistribution of CD funds cast. after sev c ra. projects (socia, ^.Mod^onjMeration ^ time as at least Five of thi clay hjs political critics . w h o question the nation's military superiority arc dealing in 'complete and utter nonsense. n a speech tirepAi'ed for the annual Continental Congress of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Ford did not mention' his Republican 'challenger. Ronald Reagan. ,hy name. Hca- gan has been a chief critic of ('he administration's national security .policy. "As t h e ' 107C political campaigns have begun lo heat up. more and more attention lias focused'on the issue of America's -military strength," Ford declared. W h i l e m a i n t a i n i n g he welcomes debate on the subject, We will bo guided solely by lh« mtJDiial interests of Hie United State's." · , ". Asserting lhat Ihe' election year "is still young.". Ford said: "There is slili time lo restore reason and perspective lo our debates over national security. Those who seek our . nation's highest office have an ohlign- lion, I believe, to spell out Urn alternative directions they propose in our foreign policy ami our defense policy; It is not good enough (o criticize current policies while refusing to prop o s e specific alternatives. Those who work Ihe presidency must be equal to ils burdens." the Presidenl "Unforlu- in Elm Springs !!![! li:ilD!!li:inlainil!ni!!l!ni!!!!l!lal(t!Bll[l!!llljl!!!l 111! Funerals services)', as contained . . . L I I J I l ? r t » '111 ICIlol. mi- u original plan were declared Directors can t, e present, ineligible by Ihe Deparlment of Housing and Urban Development office at Little Hock. --Denied, by a 3-1 vote, a sign uppeal presented by D-Sigi^ Co. on behalf of Wyatt's Cate-i Republicans vould be passed on by utility tcria for ucrmission lo erect i coNTiNut:n FnnM PAGE ONE) ompanics to their consumers." second free standing sign at Ihe planned,_ lhe__Republican Men SUBSTANCE AND FOIIM cafeteria at 3322 iN. College Contained in the ordinance rtve. hat the Board approved in sub- -Agreed to a rcijucst from and form ,is doti for the t e r m "professional". A professional is an attorney at law, abstractor, accountant, architect, regis- ered professioiial engineer, ihysician, opl07«,"trisl, phar- micist, osteopath, dentist, chiropractor and registered land surveyor. Only these persons, who- .her full or part time, would required to pay the.$50 occupation tax. ,, T h e tax package, as p r o p o s e d , would xenerale an estimated $229,000 per year, or $1,0(10 less than the $230.000 in revenue lost to the city when the five mill "voluntary" ta\ was declared unconstitutional. The $229,000 .does not take flation experienced during the past several years into account In other.action, the Board: --Approved a revised nlan submitted by the Community Development Cnnrmiftee. Boy Scout Troop 142, ought permission to coiulULi contest, for the selection of an official city flag as part of a Bicentennial award program. --Approved a recoinmenda- ion from the Parks and clerks Recreation Advisory Board that election. he Board approve the use of appropriated $jatl to be sent (o " which and Wofneo Clubs will sponsor a luncheon to gel to know the candidates Thursday at 11:30 Mrs. Mattic Billiard, 81 1 p.ni. Friday. St. James Methodist Church; burial National Cemelery. ; rs. Clara Blakcinore, 2 p.m., Thursday, Luginbuel Chapel, Prairie Prairie Grove with burial Grove Cemetery. - nntcly. loo much of the debate ; so far has been cast En exaggerated rhetoric lhat tends lo mislead and confuse, not to enlighten 'mid. clarify," The importance of the subject "demands that it be addressed honestly, factually and fairly," Ford said. The President unmistakably referred to Reagan's campaign statements as he asserted: " Re c cut cli a rges that the United.States is in a position of military inferiority and tliat we have accepted Soviet work! domination are complete and ut " r nonsense." While defending bis owi plans for increasing defense wUtiys lo mukc certain "Ihe United Slates will remain un surpassed for years lo come." the President said: "We shal Springd ale-Nancy B. Dry in on; 1 p.m. Chapel; Thursday, burial Sisco Frisco Springs Cemetery, in Bcnton County. . . i n Bo wen's Restaurant i n the Northwest Arkansas Plaza. In other business Tuesday night, (he committee accepted a list of the nar/ics of persons who will serve as judges, and luring T h e the May 25 committee also $34,500 in Community Develop men! funds to build a softball f i e l d - a t Asbell School and to light an existing softbnll field at Lake FayeUeville. .SET ASIDK The Advisory Board explained ;hat the money had originally ieen set a^idp as imlr'^n^ funds for Bureau of Outdoor Recreation (BOR) matching f u n d s , but that BOR did not c o n s i d e r t h e Fayetteville request. --Held a public hearing -on the sufficiency of a petition seeking to organize a street improvement district for a por- t h e state R e p u b l i c a n organization. 1 The CD Committee proposed tion of Old. Farmington- Road, SMART SHOPPERS WATCH TIMES ADS 7 DAYS A WEEKI Future (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) s e r v i c e s during 'execution stages of llic Center Square Urba n Renewal project. T he action was tabled because the Commissioners did not feel'they could proceed until they had bc-Kcr direction on the revised development of the Square. ",We k'nott' - w e have to hike some amendatory action on the Urban Renewal plan but are not iu a position to do so at this time." Itoy Clinton and Bill Underwood, commissioners said. also be determined in our cf forts to reduce the potential for nuclear holocaust." Defending negotialions wilt the Soviet Union lo limit slratc gic arms. Ford -said: ."Thos who argue lhat the SALT talk: jeopardize the security of tin United States are mistaken. I Vladivostok. \vc began nogoliat ing an agreement which if sue cossfnlly completed will plac eual ceilings on missiles heavy bombers and multi-war head missiles." Acknowledging that ' import a n t , negotiating issues remai unresolved and lhat there is n gUEiranle of eventual success Ford went on: "But under n circumstances will we be slam peded by arbitrary deadlines o demagoguic political charge MISSED YOUR PAPER; WE'RE SORRY' ff you rannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONE 442-6242 Daily 5 lo 6:30 p.m. Saturday 4:30 to 6 p.m. Sundays lo 8:30 a.m. Twisters (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ON El i juries or damage to cars and! jiMings Were reported in the ail storm. County .Turigc Vol I.csicr said is rnornin that many rural lads in the area were flooded ·lien streams and rivers rested in the heavy rainfall, said only one road, tha Jrush Creek lioad near Elm prings, was partially washed ut by (he flooding. Several ·ridges within the county were lightly damaged ,in the storm md county road crews wera usy' this morning with repair o the structures, Lester said; The National Weather Service as predicted tliat the North- vest Arkansas area will exper- ence sunny, calm days in tha iftcrmath of the storm. Directors of Funaral Service 521-50DO __ SERVICES: CUMIIIK, Mrs. Cora Bryan -Thursday, 1:00 p.m. Chapel of Nelson's Funeral' Home, Rev. Russell Daubert officiating, assisted by Rev. Floyd Parker. Interment, Liberty Cemetery, Grcmvood, Arkansas] BAU.AKD, Mrs. Maltle-- . Friday. 1:00 p.m. St. James Methodist Church. Res'. Ralph Whitoway officiating, assisted by Rev. J. L. Thompson.-Interment. National Cemetery. from babies toVlasie A TRUE STORY BY THE VLASIC STORK Babies were my business... my only business. Delivering babies was the family"business, and I don't mind telling you it made me -i bundle. The missus and 1 had a second nest in the country. \X'e w e n t South every winter. Yes, we were (lying high in those days. Suddenly tlie birth rate plunged while the Vlasic Pickle rate soared k was a strange phenomenon. Non-expectant mothers began to crave Vlasic Kosher Dills. Even bachelors bought Vlasic Sweet Gherkins by the bagful. Everybody was eating more Vlasic Pickles. But I was lucky to book even one b a b y d e l i v e r y a week. The bottom fell out of the Stork Market. I was penniless! Most days! sat home just twiddling my wings. The missus finally found pan ' - time work as a tour guide · - . . · In a bird sanctuary!'but even so we lived from hand to beak. Then she showed me the want ad--Vlasic was looking for a delivery man.'A stork of genius my dear!' I whooped. I landed a job delivering Vlasic Pickles. 1 w a s n ' t w h a t Vlasic's personnel man expected. "This is no-fly-by- night operation," he said. 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