Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 26, 1973 · Page 2
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Arkonwu TIMES, Men., Ftb. 26, 1973 FAVCTTXVILLI. ARKANSAS Obituary BILLY JOE WARD JR. Billy Joe Ward Jr.. seven' month old infant of Fayetteville, died Sunday in a local hospital. He was born July 10, 1972 in Fayetteville. the son of Billy Joe and Judy Stanley Ward. He is survived, in addition to his parents, by the paternal - parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ward of Fayetteville; his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Margie Stanley ot Greenland and great-grandmothers. Mrs. Etta Ringgold of Greenland and Mrs. Atha Ash and Mrs. Ethel Davis, both of Fayetteville. Funeral service will be 3 p.m. Tuesday In the chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home with burial in Baptist Ford Cemetery. ALBERT HILL ,-, Rogers -- Albert Marion Hill, .78, of Rogers, died Sunday in a Fayetteville -, hospital. Born . March 4, 1894 in Bethany, Mo., - he was a veteran of World War ·· J and retired from the National Park Service. . . ; Survivors include one sister, ' Mrs. Edith Woods of Rogers. r Graveside services will be at - 2 p.m. Wednesday at Fayette" ville National Cemetery under direction of Burns Funeral Home. Beatrice Holman, Mrs. Lcona L,ane, Mrs. Irene Reeves and Mrs. Mary Turner of Springdale and Mrs. Lorcne Beth of Hood River, Ore.; 33 grandchildren; 47 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Sisco Funeral Chapel with burial in Thorns berry Cemetery. PEARL KECK Huntsville -- Pearl B. Keck, 78, of Pettigrew, died Saturday in the Madison County Hospital. He was born Jan. 10, 1895 in Madison County, the son ot Simon and Sarah Duncan Keck. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Myrtle Hayncs Keck of the home and two brothers, Dan of Retail Merchants At Bentonville Plan Seminars BENTONVILLE -- "Tech niques of S e l l i n g " and "Store Security" w i l l be the theme of evening seminars sponsored by the Retail Merchants Committee of the Ben- lonville Chamber ot Commerce Mar. 7. 14 and 15 at Phillips Cafeteria. Hwy. 71 North of Bentonville. A r r a n g e m e n t s f o r t h e seminars have been made by John Phillips of the Retail Merchants Committee. Mrs. Grace Seligman of the State Department of Education in Little Rock, w i l l conduct t h e Peltigrew and Worth, Tex. Isaac of Fort Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. today at the Cove Church with burial in Cove cemetery under direction of Brashears Funeral Home. JAMES A. SHORT Rogers -r James A. Short, 87, of Route 4. Rogers, died Satur day at the Rogers hospital. Born Oct. 26, 1885 in Alton, Mo.. he was a retired farmer and a Methodist. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Gladys Hutchinson Short ot the home; two daughters, Mrs. Susie D. Stanford of Bright- (CONTINUED mOM PAGE ONE) 5.5-per-cent guideline is not being forgotten altogether and indicated it could be restored later if conditions permit. A major factor behind the change now is the big rise in food prices in recent months. A high administration source said Sunday the new flexibility for wage increases will make it possible for workers to regain the purchasing power lost because of the increase in food costs. The 5.5-pef-cent wage standard has been in.effect since November '1971 when it was adopted as part of the Phase 2 wage-price-control program. An additional '0.7-per-cent increase Lecturer was allowable ringe benefits. seminars which he held . and Mrs. Carmen Nave of Hominy, Okla.; two grand- c h i l d r e n ; two great-grandchildren and two great-great- grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at. . Callison Funeral Chapel with burial in Rogers Cemetery. MRS. GLADYS MCWHORTER Rogers -- Mrs. Gladys Clay- t'.lan McWhorler, 6B, of Rogers. ,," died Saturday in the Rogers hospital. Born June 29, 1904 in Jklvin, Iowa, she was a Melho «$st. »« Survivors are the husband. W. :;. McWhorler ot the home; one ion, C. W. (Jim) of Rogers; Itftree daughters, Mrs. Nancy '·Poughty of Moorestown, N, J., "Mn. Sandra Daughters of Taos, *lf.M. and Mrs. Lynn Mabry ol ^fientonville; her step-mother, ·Sirs. Alice Clayton of Altoona. ·Iowa; one brother, Carroll Clayton of Rogers; one sister, · Mrs. Rachel Styles" of Bakers- ;lield, Calif.: one half-sister, :Mrs. Gene Roethler of Livermore, Iowa and five grand Children. .-.Funeral service will be at a.m. Tuesday at Callison rphapel with burial^ in Rogers 'Cemetery. EDWIN ANDERSON ·'. Conway -- Edwin R. Ander,Wn, 83, of Conway, died Sunday in a Little Rock hospital. He was retired from the Missouri Pacific Railroad, a Baptist and a Mason. ' Survivors are three sons, C. T. of Fort Worth, Tex., Hayes C. of Cypress. Tex. and Earl J R . of North Little Rock; two ·{laughters. Mrs. Doyle Nutt of Fayetteville and Mrs. A. W. DuPree of Bellview. Neb.; one «ister, Mrs. Bessie White, Glad- water, Tex.; 18 grandchildren '-.and 16 great-grandchildren. Funeral service wil be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Conway First Baptist church with '. graveside rites at 2 p.m. at the K n o x v i 11 e Cemetery under Local Stores To Be Target Of Lettuce Boycott Most of the lettuce sold in ·"ayetteville stores is not picked by United Farm Workers and (UFW) and will be the target of a boycott on non-union lettuce being launched by the Fayetteville Lettuce Boycott Committe. (FLBC) A survey conducted last week by the committee determined that no UFW lettuce is consistently sold in the area. "Some of the stores get it occasionally but there is no ton-- sistent flow," said Father. Joseph Biltz who heads the FLBC. A discussion on the wording of leaflets to be printed for distribution was held at a Thursday night meeting ot the committee which was organized earlier this month. The local group is affliated with the national boycott of major corporate chain stores which have consistently opposed the organization of UFW. The leaflets, expected to be ready at the end of this week, will be distributed in Fayettc- ville and on the campus on the University of Arkansas. Father Biltz said that one of the leaflets will be in the form of a pledge. These'pledges ask signers lo avoid eating or buying Iceberg lettuce, to tell friends about the boycott and to raise the issue where ever lettuce is seen, in stores, airplanes, restaurants and hospitals. The committee asks that all persons signing Ihe pledges lo forward them to the Boycott Committee, Box 1066, Fayetteville. Jn other efforts lo publicize Ihe boycott Father Billz has addressed residenl hall housing directors and has speaking engagements at two residence halls this coming week. T h e chairman was in Little Rock last week to make plans for organizing a committee there. from -7 p.m. to 9 p.m. each evening. ; The seminar on techniques on selling will be held Mar. 7 and 8 and will show ways to increase sales and customers relations. The seminar on store security w i l l deal with security problems. Mrs. Seligman will use both film and lecture in conducting the seminars. Rex H i c k o x and Larry LeFevre. are co-chairman of the Retail Merchants Committee. Registration for the seminars is being taken at the Bentonville Chamber ot Commerce, 122 South Main, through Mar. 5. Joseph fi. Heard, C.S.B., of Miami, Fla.. a Christian Science lecturer, will speak Friday evening, March 2, at the First Church of Christ, Scientist, 1755 Rolling H i l l s Drive, starting at 8 o'clock. "Mind and Man" is the subject of his lecture which Is open to the public without charge. Area News Briefs Meeting Planned To Discuss Cuts in Social Service ~A meeting to discuss what social services will be cut and how 'much money may be eliminated'' from the area by cuts in federal funding will be held Thursday. The session open to all social service agency staff members and other interested persons will be held at .3:30 p.m. in the Chamber of Commerce Building in Fayetteville. The meeting has been called by United Community Service of Northwest Arkansas. "We realize that changes in federal funding are tenative but lICS'-has been requested to make a start in coming up with ideas on what the community needs to know in regard to the future of some programs," said Miss Betty Lighton, president of UCS, "We will discuss k n o w n budget cuts and the programs to be effected and possible budget cuts and the programs Ihey support, Miss Lighton said. All staff members attending are "asked lo have specific information available. annually for Canadians Garrett Arrested Calvin A. Garrett, 44, of Route 3, Springdale, was arrested by Washington County officers Saturday noon on a charge of obtaining merchandise by bogus check. Garrett is free on $5,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in Washington Circuit Court March 2. 1973, according to the sheriff's department. Theft Reported Charles Estep of Springdale has reported to Washington County deputies the theft of several items from his home. Estep said a cutting torch, hose, two guages, a propane tle and an oxygen bottle were taken at approximately 9:20 p.m. Thursday. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) and guarantee peace in Indochina.". One high ranking British source said the conference would take a "poetic view" of these instructions and settle for a declaration of broad principle. The American delegation and various others prepared drafts for such a declaration. There were intensive consullalions over the weekend among the ministers seeking advance agreement on conference procedure and on the outline of a final declaration. The conference was meeting at a 96-foot horseshoe-shaped table in the ballroom of the former Hotel Majestic on Avenue Kleher, two blocks from the Arc de Triomphe. It was in this same room that the Vietnam peace talks remained bogged down for more than four years. U.S. Secretary of State William P. Rogers, Mrs. Binh and the foreign ministers of North and South Vietnam signed the cease-fire agreement there after it had been negotiated by Henry A. Kissinger and Le Due Tho. Tysons Reports Earnings At Annual Meet SPRING-DALE -- Tysons Foods, Inc. has reported earnings for the fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 1972 of $1.77,457, or 11.52 per average share on sales of $95,935,597. The report was made at the annual stockholder's meeting Neld here Friday. In other business stockholders elected the board of directors for the current year. They are Don Tyson, C. Frank Bealke, John K. Potterton, Joseph F. Woglom and Joe F. Starr. Don Tyson, chief executive officer, told stockholders that feed costs remained at normal levels for most of the year, but at the end began to rise spectacularly. He said corn cost are still very high and soybean meal has tripled in cost. "Against this unprecedented environment," Tyson said, "we initiated a series of steps to increase our product prices and to reduce controllable costs." land ntOM PACK ONI) asked if the plan is a realistic one or just a nice plan. Commission Chairman Dr. Garland Melton Jr. said that because of the extensive studying and planning that went into its preparation he felt it is realistic. Melton said it is important for regional government to have such a plan because there is a threat at the federal level to take land use' management away from local government. Purdy asked if that was because local government has failed to do it. In many cases that might be true. Melton said, but local government has a choice: it can lake the responsibility for such matters or it can fail to take the responsibility and have it taken away. Reynolds Win Award Prize Money At Rodeo SPRINGDALE The R. J. Army Reservists Work On Park Some 40 officers and enlisted men of the 306th Civil Affairs Group of Fayetteville spent Saturday afternoon in a cleanup, paintup, fixup drive at Wilson Park. The men, led by Col. George H. Mills Jr. of Lowell, painted the baseball park bleachers, planted trees and shrubs and did some minor landscaping. Another group cleaned out a storeroom at the Fayetteville Youth Center on California Drive and hauled off junk and refuse. The reserve unit is headquartered at the Leroy R. Pond Army Reserve Training Center at 1616 Woolsey Ave. IRS Office To Open The Fayetteville Internal Revenue Service office will be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 3 to assit taxpayers in preparing tax reports, an IRS spokesman said today. The office is opening on Saturday for benefit of those who work during regular office hours. Attempted Burglary At West Fork Told An attempted break-in has been reported at the Burger Run in West Fork, and is under rivestigation by. Washington County deputies. James Lyons reported to officers that three to four boys were throwing rocks through the front windows of the Burger Run about 3:50 a.m. Sunday. Investigations with manager Steve McConaughy showed that the window had been removed and set aside, but the building had not been entered and nothing was taken. Reynolds Tobacco Co. has choosers the July 1-4 Rodeo of the Ozarks for the first halt- year payoff .of $32,500 to professional cowboys, it was announced here today. The Winston Rodeo Award program is. .based oh the Rodeo Cowboys Association "championship standings. The c a s h awards, totaling $105,000 this year, will be distributed in three phases to the top seven competitors in each ot six events. Only RCA rodeos are cons i d e r e d for the Winston program. The money will be distributed in the following events: saddle bronc, bareback, bull riding, calf roping, steer wrestling and team roping. The first place in each of the events will receive $2,000, second place earns $1,500, third place J750, fourth $500. fifth $300. sixth, $200 and seventh place $175. of McNutt Funeral The next meting of the local committee is scheduled for March 1. at 7:30 p.m. in the Catholic Center at Douglas and Leverett Streets. ' Father Billz said contributions lo the working migrant t h e have direction Home. ' - MRS. MAE SLUSHER Lincoln -- Mrs. Mae Myrtle Slusher, 85, ot Lincoln, died Sunday in the Siloam Springs hospital. Born Dec. 11, 1887 in Parker. S.D., the daughter of Charles and Clara Olsen tylillard, she was a Nazarene. ·'·Survivors are three sons, Oren Millard of Buena Park, Calif., Charles Otis of Dewey, .Okla. and Gale of the.horne: one daughter, Mrs. Marie Gould · ifreaverville. Calif.; one brother, Nathaniel Millard of Salinas. Calif.; 11 grandchildren and 14 jreat-grandchildren. .,·· Funeral service will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at the Lincoln Nazarene Church with graveside riles at 3 p.m. at Huntsville .Cemetery under direction of Luginbuel Funeral Home. MRS. ELEANOR MUSICK Monticello -- Mrs. Eleanor Stearns Musick, 26, of Monticello, died at her home Sunday. She was a former teacher at West Fork school and a Methodist. ·- Survivors are the husband, 'Joseph A. Musick of the home: two sons, Joseph Ralph and James David of the home; one ··Brother, Ronald Stearns of '^Florida; her parents, Mr. and ·Mrs. Ralph Stearns of Mon- .ticello and the paternal grand- ·another, Mrs. Mattie Jones of kittle Rock. ·"' Funeral service will be at 2 Tuesday at the First nited Methodist Church with efforts lo improve conditions of farm workers been slow. "We would like to show films portraying the plight of the workers, but cannot until more donations come in." he said. Interested persons may mail contributions lo the above address. uria! in Oakland uneral Home. Cemetery Memorials may be made to Eleanor Musick Fund at the ' 'Methodist Church ?*onticello. · · MRS. MARTHA ELLENBARGER of Springdale -- Mrs. Martha ilatwy Ellenbarger, 82, oi te 8, Springdale, died Satur- ay at the Springdale hospital. n March 27, 1890 in Franklin the daughter of Woodand Susan Greenfield ·Whittle, she was a Baptist. X Survivors are the husband, »3Francis EUt* Ellenbarjer .of r-tfoplin, Mr.'; two- sons, Ray F. Hufford of Bentonvillft and William Carl Risley of Springdale; fiv« daughters, Mrs. SHE To Install New Officers Fire Destroys 30 Acres Of Grass And Woodland Fire destroyed approximately TO acres of grass and woodland n Washington and Benton Counties during t h e weekend, according to slate forester Everett Hill. Two fires were reported east of Avoca: one near Garfield; one near Osage; two near Cave Springs and one near Strickler.' Hill said weather condilions are prime for the spread of fire and urged residents to be extremely cautious in any burning. The light shower received this morning, he said, will provide relief for only a few hours. Hill reminded residenls that individuals are liable for con:rolled burning which gels out if hand; and that charges can ie filed in those cases as well as in cases of arson. Philip A.,..Walsh of Daisy- Heddon has been elected chairman of Beaver Chapter 199 of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers. Other officers are Donald W. Goltreu, Union Carbide, first vice chairman; Archie A. Applebury. Daisy- Heddon, second vice chairman; Donald L. Bryant. Crane Co., third vice chairman; Jack A. Moore, Webb Wheel, program chairman; C. Wayne McClain. Crane Co., and Richard A. McKinstry Jr., W e n d t - S o n i s , nominating commitleemen. The officers will be installed at a meeting Thursday at the Springdale Holiday Inn. The meeting will start at 6:30 p.m. with a buffet dinner served at 7 p.m. Robert E, Rowe, senior engineer with Western Elec- trict Co. of Oklahoma City, will be guest speaker. His topic is "Principles of Plastic Molding." Terry To Appear On Charge Of Larceny Donald Terry, 34, of Route 5, Fayetteville. is scheduled to appear today in Washington Circuit Court on a charge of larceny by a bailee, according to sheriff's deputies. . Terry was arrested Saturday morning and was released shortly after noon that day on $2.500 bond. The charge was filed against Terry Feb. 5, The information accuses Terry of converting to his own use two $100 checks given him for expense money on the account of Loyd McCord, Inc., of Springdale. Police (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) arrested Friday night by Fayetteville police at his home, at Giles Road and Anne Street, on illegal possession of a controlled substance and illegal delivery of a controlled substance in connection with an incident Dec. 30, 1972. He is free on $20,000 bond. Pendlelon's arrest on charges of delivery of a controlled substance came in connection with the alleged sale ot secobarbital and pentobarbitol last Nov. 17. Window Breaking Washington County sheriff's deputies are investigating a report of 16 windows broken out of the Goshen Community Building. The report was called in Saturday evening by John Hood, Route 1, Goshen. Bentonville, will 1973 Heart Fund Heart Fund Chairman BENTONVILLE -- Mrs. S i d McCollum, head the Campaign in Benton County, it was announced by Owen Beard, M.D., President of the Arkansas Heart Association. The campaign will be conducted here and throughout the nation during February and early March. Mrs. McCollum will be assisted by Mrs. Gary Kennan also of Bentonville, as vice- chairman. In Staff College ATarine Major Donald Huffman, son of Mrs. R. Sarten of Rogers, Is attending the Armed Forces Staff College in Norfolk. He is being trained for assignment to military commands involving more than one service or nation. Burge Is Appointed To Chamber Board Jack Burge, president of Surge Construction Co. at 693 W. North St.. has ' been appointed to the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, the Chamber announced. Burge replaces Byron Boyd, who cited business commitments in resigning from the board recently. Burge has been a resident of Fayetteville for 26 years. He and his wife Jorgia are parents of three children. ~^=HB5i CfcrittOn Scltnc* LMlun FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 8 p.m. »1 Jwph C. Kurd, C.t.B. iMkjKfc «Min« /kit* ' MM" ' Al tint Church « chrlrt, · ITM Ruling Ml Hi Drlv* Fashion, Sewing Show Is Arranged A teen fashion and sewing show will be presented Tuesday. March 6, at 7 p.m. at Ramay Junior High School. Featuring the latest spring fabrics, the show is sponsored by Fabric City of Fayelteville and Simplicity Pattern Co. m--im*--m-S People Helping People Directors of Funeral Service Services: I WARD, Illly JM, Jr. -- TUM- Uy,4 p.m., Ch*p«l at NeUon'i Funeral Home. R«v. H. V.I Scott officiating. Interment Bjptljt Ford Cemetery. Machinist Mate Navy Machinist Mate Third Class Richard E. West, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivers T. West Sr. of Route 1, Prairie Grove, was promoted lo his present rank and completed the basic machinist mate .segment of nuclear power training at Great Lakes. He will be assigned to a short training period aboard ship and then to Basic Nuclear Power School at Bainbridge. Md. He is a 1972 graduate of Lincoln High School. Third Quake Felt In Cosla Rica SAN JOSE, Cosla Rica (AP) -- Costa Rica felt its third earthquake in three days Sunday, but although the tremors caused panic, no injuries or significant damage were reported. Residents reported Sunday's quake was strongest in this capital city and in 'Cartago, 13 miles away. People ran into the streets during the quakes, fearing a repetition of the Dec. 23 jolt that devastated Managua, capital of Nicaragua, which borders Costa Rica on the north. Eight thousand to 10,000 persons died in the Managua earthquake. Attends Institute Linda K. Bottoms, medical record technician at Washington General Hospital has returned a f t e r participating i n a s p e c i a l i z e d institute o n management of medical record departments at Louisville, Ky. The institute was conducted by the American Medical R e c o r d Association i n cooperation with the American H o s p i t a l Association a n d sponsored by the Kentucky Medical Record Association. T h e three-day institute covered a xvide range of management oriented material. Funding Alternatives Discussed Ai Meeting The task force group appointed earlier this month to come up with survival plans for t h e W a s h i n g t o n County Ecoonomic Opportunity Agency met last week. The six-man group discussed possible funding alternatives and requested the EGA staff to prepare a normal and minimum operating budget for the en- dagered programs of administration and local action. These will be presented to the task group at a noon meeting Wednesday at the first Christain Church. The task group is composed of E. L. Love, Lewis Johnson, Tom Dorre. Emma Jean Caslle- man. Hazel Buchannan and Rodney Greer. House Damaged In Springdale Fire SPRINGDALE -- A house in the 700 block of Holcombe Street was extensively damaged by fire Saturday morning. A volunteer fireman, Jerry Biazo, suffered minor injuries when the second floor of the house collapsed and be fell to the first floor. Fireman fought the blaze tor about two hours. Three pum- pers, an ambulance and one rescue truck were sent to the fire. Firemen said no cause has seen determined and the fire is still under investigation. Eco-Communiry BENTONVILLE -- A general organizational meeting was held last w e e k to set wheels in motion to turn Bentonville into an "Eco-community." The goal of the initial steering group is to widen the scope of recycling eventually extending it to include glass and .metal as well as paper. At present the Kiwanis Club has a program under way on paper. Officers will include . a. c h a i r m a n , vice chairman, secrelary and treasurer and t h r e e sub-committees with chairmen. The meeting, at the National Guard Armory was attended by representatives of the Chamber o f Commerce, businesses, and community clubs. individual civic, and ADVERTISEMENT-- Buckle Promoted Navy Petty Officer Third Class Randy W. Buckle, son of Mr. and .Mrs. Edward H. L. Buckle of Route 2, Lincoln, Was promoted to his present rank and completed the basic Machinist Mate segment of nuclear power training at Great Lakes. He will be assigned to a short training period Aboard ship and then to Basic Nuclear Power School at Mare Island. Calit. He is a 1972 graduate of Lincoln High School. Choral Festival T h e Northwest Arkansas Region choral festival will be held at Fayetteville High School Friday and Saturday. Don Wright, of the high school faculty is host and region chairman. High school solo, ensemble and choir fesliyal will be held Friday and will conclude with an honors program at 5 p.m. Junior high choirs and solos and ensembles are scheduled Saturday. Choirs and ensembles must receive a one. or superior rating, or a recommended two from the judges to be eligible for the slate contest in Conway. 4-H Applications Application forms and information sheets are available lor 4-H girls who wish to apply for residency at the Girls' 4-H House on the campus of the University of A r k a n s a s in Fayetteville. Girls who are high school seniors in 4-H may obtain the required forms by writing to 4- H House Alumni President, AD VE RTISEMENT-- Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With Little Worry Do false teeth embarrass you by coming loose when you eat, laugh, or talk? A denture adhesive can help. FASTEETH®pves dentures a longer, firmer, steadier hold. Makes eating more enjoyable. For more security and comfort, use FASTEETH Denture Adhesive Powder. Dentures that fit are essential to health. See your dentist regularly. You're never too old to hear better Chicago, HI.--A free offer of special interest to those .who hear but do iyt understand words has been announced by Beltone. A non-operating model oi the smallest Beltone aid ever made will be given absolutely free to anyone answering this advertisement. Try it to see how it is worn in the privacy of your own home, without cost or obligation of any kind. It's yours to keep, free. It weighs less than a third of an ounce, and it's all at ear level, in one unit. No wires lead from body to head. These models are free, so we suggest you write for yours now. Again, we repeat, there is no cost, and certainly rn obligation. Write to Depr. 9577, Bel- tone Electronics Corp., 4201 W. Girls' 4-H House at the Univer- Victoria, Chicago, HI. 60646. sity. " ' Receives Wings Second Lt. Kenneth R, Goines, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene R. G o i n e s , Fayetteville, h a s received U.S. Air Froce silver pilot wings upon graduation at Laredo FB, Tex. He will be assigned at Minot AFB, N.D. as a pilot with a unit of the Strategic Air Command. He received aB.S. degree in 1972 from the University of Arkansas and was commissioned there through Ihe Reserve Officers Training Corps program. A GRANDFATHER CLOCK IS WANT-ADABLE! The grandfather clock which yuo no longer use makes a perfect WanUWable. To find a new owner for it, place a TIMES Want Ad: ANTIQUE Gnniir«llnr Ckx*. In t«r- rifie condition. Chimp* on» every Mur, twice on Ihe halt hour. Phon« 521-xxxy. Munt IM to apprrcliile. Phone 443-6242 ad place your Wa-nt-Adable items with us to day. With the quick results you should receive, it'll be like finding extra money In your pocket! be CALM! 1 1 is not for us to tell families to be calm, but rather to lend calm through thoughtful, reasoned attention. PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE DIRECTORS OF FUNERAL . SERVICE News From Nina Ricci THE "SPRAYLING" . . . L'AIR DU TEMPS A beautiful, never-before-new idea of currying Eau ds Toilette with you. 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