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2 · NorthwtM Arkanwj TIMES, Tun., F«b. 27, T973 FAVITTKVILLK, AMKANCA* Bumpers Says Gasoline Tax Is Up To State Legislators LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Gov. Pale Bumpers said Monday it was the legislature's place to make the decision on whether -Ho increase the state gasoline tax by one cent as part of his : plan for an annual $30 million . program. The governor had outlined his proposal last week in an ad* dross to the General Assembly, but did not say at that time whether he. wanted the legislature to act on the tax increase ^ or to refer it to the people for : -approval. The gasoline tax increase Check Urged In \ Money Supply | Growth Rate ~f · A reduced rate of growth in '·'the money supply, even at the f. risk of "a mini-recession or a i r e c e s s i o n , ' 1 is urged by · t economist Milton Friedman in ;:_.the February issue of The Morgan Guaranty Survey. Professor Friedman, in an article in the bank publication, says curbing inflation requires cutting back to an annual gfowth rate of between five per cent and seven per cent in t h e "broad" money supply (including t i m e and savings deposits in commercial banks but excluding large certificates of deposit). The growth rate las year was between 10 per cent and 11 per cent. The University of Chicago economist recommends that the Federal Reserve reduce the rate of increase in the money supply to the recommendec level "at once" and keep i there. He acknowledges that doing so "might entail a mini- recession or a recession. There may simply be no way at this stage to prevent an acceleration of inflation without at least a mini-recession." The five per cent to seven per cent range is based on a s i m i l a r growth rate targeted for " n o m i n a l income" -- which P r o f e s s o r Friedman relates, io gross national produce - and an assumption of little or no variation in the speed will which money changes hands. The income target is set hy adding a three per cent - four per cent annual growth rate in "real" output to the two per cent -- three per cent annua rate of inflation which Professor Friedman says j-jlhe presen administration "is more thai willing to settle for." The author suggests that 111 slowing in money growth b achieved in one immediate sle "from here to there." H rejects both the "gradualistic approach, which would chang the growth rate in stages, am the "control theory" approach which would start by reducing g r o w t h even below t h e prescribed rate - perhaps stopping growth altogether - and then bringing it up to the target !,,,._! level. : Recalling that he supported "gradualism" in early 1969, he says he since has'. been persuaded that he was wrong. Of the more drastic method he says: "It requires delicate fine tuning for which the Fed has neither the knowledge nor the demonstrated capacity. I fear a repetition of past episodes ol swinging too far first in one direction and then in the other." He calls his recommended s t r a t e g y a "compromise" between the two approaches. W h i le acknolwedging that, "given the unduly high rate of monetary growth already experienced," it could bring on a business downturn, he says it "would avoid a severe recession and permit a g r a d u a l adjustment of the rate of inflation to the target rate." 4-H Council Elecfs New Officers W I I I Wl m Jeff Montgomery of the Highland 4-H Club was elected president of the Washington County 4-H Council at a leadership training session conducted Monday night at the Animal Sci- ·jsnce Building on the University of Arkansas Campus. .,,* In other elections, conducted 'by Ronnie Belole, retiring vice president, Debra Welshenbaugh ·of Sasnakra was elected vice ^president; Susan Russell of Springdale Community Club, 'secretary-treasurer; S h a r o n ·Cunningham of Zion Fishback, ireporter; Cheryl Sacks of Far- jrhington, photographer and ·Oebbie Trammell of Harmon *£nd Barbara Walker of Far- ·niington, song leaders. »'·, Prior to the election the 100 '4H club officers present met in separate training sessions. Training for presidents and vice presidents was directed by Carl Rose, county agent; Mrs. Mary Gilbert, extension home economist led the training for ·; secretaries and treasurers and iMrs, Nina Coffee, assistant Jjhome economist conducted the ^session for recreational leaders. Silack Moncrief, Fayetteville *hotographer led the discussion fir photographers and Pat Donit of the TIMES ilaff d i r e c t e d the session for reporters. re ould raise about $12 million a p r ear and Bumpers' plan calls n a or using $18 million of the a i ale's revenue sharing funds to co o with it. a i Bumpers reaffirmed his sup- ort for the $30 million pro- ),,, ram at a news conference at v j ·hich he expressed opposition ^ o a bill to appropriate $20 mil- m on to build a four-lane high- D r ay between Little Hock and . n D ine Bluff. However, he declin- A d to say if he would veto the ill. re He said a Little Rock-Pine y Huff highway had priority and ^ lat he was concerned about it j^ eing built. However, Bumpers said he . Iso was concerned about the ,, recedent the measure would T et in mandating to the High- vav Commission on where to . uild roads. He said that if the * neasure became law, groups rom other sections of the state 5j vould seek legislation that ^ vould require the highway Ia ommission to build t h e m oads. He also said the hill « vould "destroy" his own road S, rogram. D HIGH PRIORITY e If his $30 million program is pproved, Bumpers said the . Little Hock-Pine Bluff highway hould receive "the very highest priority." He said the High- vay Commission had plans to build the four lanes in five years, anyway, but that his lan would "materially reduce" .he time for the road to be constructed. Another reason he said he opposed the appropriation bill was a ruling .by House Speaker G. W. Turner Jr. of Pine Bluff / that the measure required only a a .majority vote for passage, r Bumpers said s o m e con- ( slitutional lawyers believed the ( lill needed a three-fourths fa- c vorable vote for approval and r .hat enactment by the legisla- o ture with only a majority vote would open the way to a court '. attack on the bill. h In response to a question on t why he had decided to ask the I egislature to act on the ! a s o 1 ! n e tax increase t J u m p e r s said it was the o cgislature's responsibility. Sec- s ondly, he said, the cost of a n special election would be "in- \ ordinatcly high." T h e esti- ° mated cost is about $300,000; fi The governor said he felt a 'total program" should be sub- ' mitted in one package and that ! this could he done through sub- * mission to the legislature. Only the tax could be submitted in a special election, he said. Bumpers said the tax in- '' crease would be difficult to ' pass in the General Assembly ! but said he believed it would L _ he. .... ; . ..:. . PeTilJbn Opposes Payment For Use Of Lake Areas A. G. Croxton of Fayetteville says he is "amazed how this thing has caught on." He refers to a petition campaign directed to the chief engineer' of the United States Corps of Engineers slating that the signers are "in full opposition to the forced paymenl of any charges for the use of any federal water project facilities." Croxton says the Corps plans to instigate charges for use of facilities at the lakes, including Beaver, on or about March 1 -- charges which he understands could run to $4.50 a day for the use of the facilities already built and w h i c h have heen free. The petitioners also are "demanding the repeal of those sections of the Omnibus Flood Control Act of 1968 which empower the Engineers to levy and-or collect any charges for the use of public facilities, if any pending proposed additional charges are levied." Petitions have within less t h a n a week's lime been sent to a number of cities and towns in this area, and Monday night Croxlon was prepared to mail to Washington petitions with more than 2.500 names. He wanted to get them to the chief engineer before March 1. Other petitions will be sent as they arc signed and collected. He has encountered so much enthusiasm for the project that he says "It is getting too big for me to handle alone," He plans to get camping groups and the like to take a hand. Croxton has heen in touch with Rep. John Paul Hammerschmidt of Arkansas, and he says a bill which would stop the charges has heen offered by an Oklahoma congressman. Couple Escapes Serious Injury A Hot Springs couple escaped serious injury in a three-vehicle accident on Hwy. 71 north at the entrance to Northwest A r k a n s a s Plaza Shopping Center about 3:30 p.m. Monday. Released after treatment at Washington General Hospital were Mrs. Burnice Groves, 57 and M. J. Groves, 59, of Hot Springs. Police sajd the Groves car, driven by Mrs. Groves, was stopped behind a car driven by Linda Sharp, 22, of Springdale, when a third vehicle, driven by Lonnie Madewell, 28, of Route 2, Lowell, struck the Grove vehicle and knocked it into the Sharp car. Miss ' Sharp an'd Madewell escaped injury. | Convention 01 Ozark (anners, Freezers Set Registration will open at 1:30 p,m. Wednesday for some 450 representatives of regional food processors and supply companies from over, the nation attending, the 67lh annual convention of the O?ark Canners and Freezers Association. Convention headquarters has been established at the Fayettc- yille Holiday Inn and most of sessions of the three-day ;t will .be held at the Department of Horticulture on the University of Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Farm. I m m e d i a t e l y following registration Dr. Justin R. Morris of the University of Arkansas faculty will moderate a Raw Products Conference. Speakers include Stan Merril the Birdseye Research Division of Searcy: Dr. D. R. Tompkins who will direct the snap bean session and Dr. G. A. · Bradley, who will lead discussions in t h e spinach sessibn. Both Tompkins and Bradley are of the University faculty. Among the distinguished guests expected for the conference are Oklahoma's Governor, David Hall and Charles J. Car- president of the National State Obituary (CONTTNUZD FROM PAGE ONI) Rep. Bennie Ryburn of Monticello that proposed a "vicious animal act" making owners liable for any injuries their, animals caused- to humans or damages to livestock and poultry. The state Board of Health would issue rules for en- 'orcing the proposal. The House rejected a bill by Rep. Henry Osterloh of North Little Rock to provide state regulation of the construction of mobile homes. The Health Department would impose uniform standards of body and frame design. The vote on the bill was 47-25, with 51 votes needed for passage. Rep. David Orr of Texarkana kept the bill alive by giving notice that he might seek reconsideration. The House voted 83-0 to approve Orr's hill to create a Red River Commission to cooperate with state and federal agencies on improvements to tHe Red River in Little River. Hempstead, Miller and Lafayette counties. nmiMoiMMiniiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiMii^ MRS. MARIE CANNON Mrs. Marie Hoy Cannon, 76, of 317 W. North St. died Feb. 26 in a local hospital. Born July 6. 1896 at Hamburg, Ark., she was the daughter of Thomas and Anna Goodwin Hoy and was a member of the United Methodist Church. She is survived by her husband, Harry E. Cannon of the hornet one son William H.: four" brothers. L. Edwin Hoy, Harry S. Hoy and Robert H. Hoy. all of El Paso, Tex., and N o b l e M. Hoy of P a r k d a l e , Ark.; three sisters, Miss Johnny Bess Hoy and Mrs. Elizabeth Manning, tjoth . of .Memphis, Tenn. and Mrs. Louise Sullivan of Corpus Christi, Tex. and three grandchildren. Funeral service will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at Forest Hills Chapel in Memphis with burial in Forest Hills Cemetery. Local arrangements were under the direction of Moore's Chapel. Variance Of Zoning Denied For Drive-ln The Fayetleville Board of Adjustment Monday rejected an appeal to allow a drive-in restaurant to be built at a site 2648 N. College Ave. The developer asked to build a canopy nearer the highway than required by the city zoning ordinance. Charles Vanlandingham of Tallequah, Okla.. told the board he sought the variance in order construct a Sonic Drive-In Restaurant on the site. Vanlandingham argued that the franchise drive-in fast-food operations came in a standard size and, owing to the narrowness of the lot, the canopy would extend to within 20 feet of the highway. The required setback is 50 feet. A landowner in the site is Loris Stanton, a developer and member of the Fayetteville Board of Directors. SIMILAR REQUESTS ·Stanton told the board that many lots along North College are 140-190 feet deep and the commissioners w o u I'd face similar requests in the future. Al Witte. an Adjustment Board member, said that was a good reason to reject Vanlandingham's appeal. "I doijXJeeUike this board was created to ' amend the zoning ordinance," he said. Later he suggested that Vanlandingham could seek a review of the zoning pattern for the area. "If that 50-feet setback is creating a hardship then it ought to be taken to the board of directors," Wilte said. After the meeting. Stanton told Bobbie Jones, city planning administrator, he would write a letter asking for a review of the zoning. Two board members were absent -- Carl Yates due lo out- of-town business and Miss Suzanne Lighten due lo illness. The board rejected the appeal 3-0, with Wille. James While and Mrs. Robert Clack voting Hanoi (CONTINUED FHOM PAGE ONE) Maj. Gen. Le Quang Hoa. to the senior U.S. representative, Maj. Gen. Gilbert 'H. Woodward, and the South Vietnamese member, Lt. Gen. Du Quoc Dong. . ' · ' ' . Tin said ttje critical problems preventing the commission from carrying out its peacekeeping mission would be taken ton County Memorial Gardens. ORVAL G. PATTERSON Springdale -- Orval .G. Patterson, 28, of Route 1 Rogers, died today in Rogers. Born Jan. 24, 1945 in Tacpma, Wash., the son of Sidney 0. and Mrs. Frances E. Downum Patterson, he was a Baptist. Survivors are h i s mother of the home; his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Ruth Downum of Rogers; and his maternal great g r a n d m o t h e r , Mrs. Essie Downum of Springdale. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Sisco Chapel. NEW YORK STOCKS OM*tai PrtcM I Araltiml ky I A. a. Uww* * »M Ark Best Corp 19 Alcan 24Vi Amer Airlines Amer Tel Tel Anaconda Ark La Gas ... SOli Armco 22'/s Baldwin 33% Boeing 21% Campbell Soup 33M Cent S W 44% up in detail Wednesday. at meeting "Is.it to be the same wilh the next program ' that comes along?" he asked. "New programs . are discarded before :hey have opportunity 'to show success or failure," Bumpers (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONI) responsive to both individual and community needs" but that "now the contract is being bro- MRS. MAUD SMITH Huntsville -- Mrs. M a u d Harris Smith, 79, of Hindsville, died Sunday in Ihe Madison County Hospital. Born Nov. 30, 1893 at Whitener, the daughter of Thomas M. and Augusta Hammilt Harris, she was a Presbyterian. Survivors are the husband, Fay M. Smith of the home; one son, Tom Earl of Hindsville; two daughters, : Mrs. Arlene Norman of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. and Mrs. Ann Stafford of Clifty; one brbther, E. C. Harris of Capilola, Calif.; one sister, Mrs. Beulah Parker of Fayetteville; three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Brashears Funeral Chapel wilh burial in Hindsville Cemelery. FRANK R. PEKONA SR. Springdale -- Frank R. Perona Sr.. 91, of Tontitown, died Monday in a local nursing home. Born pet. 4. 1881 in Oleanico Canalize, Italy, the son of J e a v a n n e B. and Katherine Banaldo Perona, he came to Tontitown at age 26 with Father Bandani and for years operated the Perona Canning Co. Survivors are two sons, Louis J. of the home and Frank Jr. of Orange, Calif.; two daughter. Sister Xavier Perona of St. Scholastica Convent in Fort Smith and Mrs. Mack Angeline Bersi of Lodi, Calif.; eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. A vigil service will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Sisco Chapel. Funeral mass will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Tontilown with burial in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Chrysler 35 Comsat 53'A Del Monte 20% Dia Shamrock 22 Dillards 21% Easco 13% A G Edwards V Emerson 93'/2 Exxon 89/4 66% 6% Ford Frontier Air Fuqua Indus 14V4 Gat Corp Gen Motors Georgia Pac . Gr West Fin' 32% 24% Gulf Oil 25% Intl Bus Mach 431% Intl Harv 33% I-T-E Imperial 26\4 J C Penney 91'/4 Kerr McGee 71% Kaiser Alum .; 13'A Levi Strauss ...... ·...., 43% Ling Temco 8% Marcor . . · · · ' 24V'a Pan Am World Air 8 5 ,is Phillips Petro 44 Pizza Corp 13% MRS. FLORA WORLEY Huntsville -- Mrs. Flora Barton Worley, 63, of Route 1, Elkins, died G r a v e t t e Monday Medical at the Center City Directors To Be Elected By Majority The next selection of Fayelte- ville city Board of Directors members will be by majority vote. House Bill 393. introduced by Representative B e a u m o n t , became Act 168, Arkansas iaw, when it was signed by Gov. Dale Bumpers Feb. 21. It passed the House Feb.' 7 and the Senate Feb, 16. The names of candidates for members of the Board of Directors will appear on ballots in the preferential primaries rather than on the general election ballot, under terms of the new law. If no candidate for each position receives a majority vole in the prefcren- tials. the two who receive the greatest number of votes for each position will have their names placed on the ballot at the general primary election. The ballots for city board will show no party designation. · Rep. Charles Stewart said, in reporting the measure has been signed into law, that he sees no difficulty in putting t h e names of city board candidates on special ballots in the Demo- c r a t i c a n d Republican primaries. Terms for Russell Purdy, Loris Stanton and Robert Utley end in 1974, so presumably the next vote for city board members will be " in the preferential primary in 1974. Innovations Included In Building Bank LITTLE ROCk -- Detailed architectural plans. · including many Arkansas innovations in building design, were reported today at a briefing on the" new First National Bank Building, now under construction in downtown Little Rock. To be Arkansas' largest office center, t h e $23 million. 30-story structure will have nearly 600,000 square feet and will be completed hy late 1974. Gordon Witlejiberg.ot. Witten^ berg, Delony and 'Davidson, Inc., architects for the project. listed six major innovations included in. tlie structure that they said will make the building the most advanced in Arkansas. They ' are: (1) first major building in the.state, to use a comp_p^e-type floor 'system; (2) ".first- m-a j o r Arkansas building fo use insulating reflective glass; (3) first high rise building to use multi-zone air handling units for air supply; (4) first building to utilize separate groups of elevators for high rise and low rise floors; (5) first parking structure in Arkansas of the twin-leaf design; and (6 ) first major Arkansas building with an underground controlled basement service area with a service dock for receiving and loading building and tenant supplies and materials. Wittenberg said that three major elements will make up the building on the full 90,000 square-foot block bounded by Capitol. Broadway. Spring and Fourth Streets. A three-story banking wing will interconnect with the 30-story office tower and a 600-car parking deck. hospital. Born Jan. 5, 1910 in El Dorado, 111., the daughter of Otis and Georgia Mannerly Barton, she was a Baptist. Survivors are the husband Ernest Worley of the home; four sons, Ernest Jr. of Manhattan, Kan., Otis Gerald of Victorville, Calif, and Anson and Kenward of La Harbra. Calif.: two daughters, Mrs. Georgia Gulley of La Harbra and Mrs. Metta C. Glenn of Denton, Tex.; her mother, Mrs. Gfeorjia Williams'.of West Hope, N. D.; her step-father, James Williams of West Hope; three sisters, Mrs. Irma Shepherd of Huntsville, Mrs. Jean McCoy of Elm Springs and Mrs. Hazel Barren of Goshen; 17 grand- e h i l . d r e n and ~ six great- grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Buckeye Baptist Church with burial in 3u c k e y e Cemetery under direction of Brashears Funeral Home. Area News Briefs Suit Filed Randall Ford, Inc. of Fort 1883'in Laceyne, daughter of Mr. MRS. EFF1E COTTRELL Lincoln -- Mrs. Effie Mae Cottrell, 89, of Lincoln, died Monday in a Fayetteville nursing home. Born Oct. 17, Kan. the and Mrs. William Poore, she was a Methodist. Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Frances Wright of Lincoln. Funeral service will be at 3 p . m . Wednesday at the Luginbuel Funeral Chapel with burial, in Lincoln Cemetery. MRS. MARY FENDLEY Newhall, Calif. Mrs. Mary Carney' Fendley,. 37, died this .morning ; in . a Sari Fernando, Calif, hospital following an automobile accident. She was born at .Wheeler in July of 1935. Survivors are her husband; two daughters; her mother, Mrs. Tom.Carney of California; one. sister;- one brother; her grandmother,- Mrs. John Curtis of Berryville and one grandchild. Funeral and burial will be in Newhall. Smith, has filed suit in Washington Circuit Court against M i d w e s t Steel, Inc., of Springdale, seeking $1,933.38, plus interest costs. The Ford agency says Midwest Steel owes it that amount for w o r k on truck transmissions. The suit was filed Monday. Truck Recovered T h e Washington County S h e r i f f ' s department h a s recovered a truck stolen in Springdale over the weekend From Beaver Lake at the White River Bridge on Hwy. 68 east. The truck, a 1967 Chevrolet, was stolen with a load of lumber from Southside Building Supplies, Co., of Springdale. D i v e r s and a wrecker recovered the truck -- minus the lumber -- from 50 foot water Monday afternoon. Pizza Hut Ralston 42% Reynolds Metals 1214 Safeway 39 St Regis Paper Sears '. Servomation ·- 21'A Shakespeare - 1"% Singer · J5W Sou Pacific ·"'· Sperry Rand 4 4S ''a Std Cal ..:......'..-...... 75% Texaco 3 " 8 Tri State Mtrs 'ft Union Carbide 44% UMC Corp v... "^ United Air 38 1 /; U S Indus · 17 U S Steel ....- 30'A Victor 14 3 i Wal-Mart :·: 31^ Westinghouse 36% Whittaker 5% Westvaco Jury Trial Is i Under Way In $400,000 Suit Jury trial was under w a y today in .Washington Circuit Court in a civil suit involving more than $400,000 in'-'alleged damages. T h e suit involves an automobile accident that occurred April 13. 1971 on Hwy. 62 in Farmington. Mrs. Dorothy Ann Rooks, the driver,,arid her husband. Freddie Rooks, contend that they were driving west on the highway when a car driven by James Allen Carnahan of Route 2, Prairie Grove, struck their auto from Ihe rear. . The suit filed Dec. 6, 1971, seeks $67,552.38 for Mrs. -Rooks for medical care, loss of income compensation and damages lo the automobile. Rooks asks $10,000 for loss of consortium. An amendment filed July 13, 1972 stated that Mrs. Rooks would "never have full control o f . physical a n d mental faculties, due to injuries suffered in the accident" and sought $350,000 for her injuries; $50,000 for Rooks fqr loss of consortium and $50,000 for Carl Ann Rooks, an infant daughter, for loss of her mother's at- lenlions, plus other costs tolaling $472,552.38. The suil was further amended Oct. 3, to name Mildred L. Carnahan as defendant and executrix of the estale of James Carnahan, deceased. The case is being heard before Circuit Judge Maupin Cummings. Wilson Co y 9% Ark West Gas HVi-llW Citation . 1%-Ztt Gen'Growth 17'A-17-% Kearney Natl 7V4-8 Minute Man 3%-4'A Orig Coney Island ....... IVi-ZVt Pioneer Foods · · 5%-6 H K Porter 24t4-25'A St Paul Sec 15-1514 Std Regis 18W-19W Tyson Foods 13%-14M Yellow Frt Averages Inds ...... ... ........ up 3.62 Trans ....... ........ down .04 Utils - 06 Volume '.. 3,860,000 Commodity Openings Mar corn Mar soy beans Mar eggs Mar pork bellies 1. . 6.70 42.50 54.75 Winslow Man Held Alfred Marion Collins, 21, of Route 2, Winslow. is being held in Washington County jail on a charge of assault and battery. He was arrested Monday evening by sheriff's deputies. Vehicle Recovered A car stolen from Billy Kendricks of Route 6. Springdale on Jan. 12 was recovered Monday by Fayetteville city police. The vehicle had been abandoned at a Fayetleville service station. Thefts Reported Ken Stewart and Randy Norwood reported the theft of reported the theft of items from their cars Sunday night. Stewart reported the theft of 27 tapes valued at $100 and Norwood- reprted. the theft of a tape player and assorted I tapes. Meir Believes Peace Search To Continue WASHINGTON (AP) -- . Israeli Prime Minister Golds Meir says she believes j'the search for peace in the Middle East will go on, despite the shooting down of a Libyan air? liner by Israeli planes last week. · : Mrs. Meir also said upon her arrival in Washington Monday that she understood the world revulsion over the tragedy in which 106 persons, most of them Libyans, were killed. "It would be indeed a callous world if it happened otherwise," she said, "but even in a state of shock and true sorrow we have to go on searching for peace.'.' Mrs. Meir planned to confer with members of Congress today and Wednesday, and will meet with President Nixon on Thursday regarding peace ·moves in the Middle East. She said the United States now is playing "the perfect role" in the Middle East by expressing considerable interest in peace and showing its willingness "to help the parties to get together." "I'm sure the United States is prepared to do everything possible to help," she added, "everything.-except ...one_^thing; to decide for the parties" or to impose a settlement. DOYLE M, LEETON West Monroe, La. -- Doyle M. Leeton, 75, of West Monroe, died Feb. 24 at his home. He was a retired oil field worker. Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Doyle M. Leeton of the home; three sons, Doyle 0. of Fayetleville, Beasley of West Monroe and Bill of Bartlesville, Okla.; three daughters, Mrs. Bess Smith of Riverside, Calif., Mrs. Jean Maier of Houston, Tex. and Mrs. Spear Titsworth of Monroe, La.; 12 grand- c h i l d r e n a n d o n e great- grandchild. . . . . - ' . ' Funeral and burial were Monday in West Monroe. MARION CHAMBLISS R o g e r s -- Marion E. Chafnbliss,' 57, of Route 2, Rogers, died! Monday in a Fayetteville hospital. Born Nov. 14. 1915 in Wise County, Tex., he was a veteran of World War II and a Baptist. · Survivors are L the widow, Mrs. Mary Swindell Chambliss of the home; four step-daughters, Mrs. T. G. Gossett of San Antonio. Tex., Mrs. Gerreld Baety of Oklahoma City and Mrs. Bonnie M o r g a n and 'Mrs. · Mel McGarrah of Bentonville; o n e brother, Leonard J. of Gain- sville, Teii.; five sisters, Mrs. Oscar Gordon' of Post, Tex., Mrs. E. ; C. Towerton of Wafdron, Mrs. Leonard J. Morgan" of Wills Point; Tex., Mrs. Jack Crain of Killcen, Tex 1 , and Mrs. Billy Ferguson of Beebee; 15 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at Callison Funeral Chapel tyilh burial in Ben- ! ·xpirr WATCH MPAIII ' · . i 'i i · f . / ^ Woman Accused A hot check felony charge has been filed in Washington Circuit Court against Ina Ippolito. She is accused of writing a for and check to Walmart, Inc. $72.65, on the Farmers Merchants Bank of Rogers. Jan. 5. Corlock Charged David Carlock has been charged in Washington Circuit Court with larceny by a bailee. Carlock is accused of obtaining two J100 checks from L o y d McCord, Inc., Springdale, Feb. 18. of Charge Filed A charge of attempted burglary has been filed against Marvin Dailey in Washington Circuit Court. Ths information filed Monday accuses Dailey of attempting to break in to an automobile belonging to Robert Keenan, Feb. 21. Drug Charges Filed Against Two Young Men Hugh Daniels, 20, and Terry Glen Johnson, 19, of 655 N. Whitham Ave. in Fayetteville, has been charged in Washington Circuit Court with possession of marijuana with intent to deliver. The charge was filed Monday in connection with an incident Friday. Johnson was arrested Friday night in a drug raid by Fayetteville police. Daniels turned himself over to Fayetteville police today. Other drug charges filed Monday include a possession of marijuana with intent to deliver charge against Thomas H. Mazur, 21, Route 4, Fayetteville. Mazur was arrested .by Fayetteville police Friday night and released on $20,000 bond. He "Ys now in custody of the Washington County sheriff's department. A charge of illegal sale of marijuana was filed Monday against James Carrol Derosby, 24, of 606 Whillock St. in connection with an incident Feb. 7. He is being held in Washington County jail. Arraignments are scheduled today. City Council At Springdale Meets Tonight SPRINGDALE -- The City Council tonight will consider two matters of r e g i o n a l cooperation. * First, council men will consider authorizing the city lo make a joint application .with Fayetteville for annual arrangement money from the Department of Housing and Urban Renewal. * The money would fluid urban renewal projects in .both cities. It is believed HUD officials would favor a regional approach in seeking urban renewal money. . , . -.' Secondly, the council .willhear Larry Woods, assistant director of the Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Corrimission. explain the land resource management plan currently being considered by the commission. The commission will-' be seeking discussion from - the councilmen before the plan is readied for adoption. . The commission is shooting for adoption during April, Once approved, the commission will use the plan as a guide in m a k i n g many .regional decisions. In other matters, the council will: -- Consider an amendment of the south planning area boundary between Springdale and Fayetteville. · -- Consider an amended version of the revenue sharing budget. -. . · -- Consider a resolution authorizing the mayor and the city clerk to proceed with the condemnation of property south of the municipal airport. " -- Consider a resolution transferring funds from the' police benefit fund -to the police pension and relief fund. Enjoy Cool Comfort WASHABLE RUPTURE-EASER for rtdvciblc inguinal Kirnta A Patented . SWIFTS Vandalism Reported SPRINGDALE -- Postmaster Marion Brown told police Monday that vandals sometime during the night pulled apart a desk in the lobby of the Springdale Post Office. He said it was the third time since Jan. 6 the post office has been vandalized. On two occasions, Brown said, post office boxes have been opened and mail taken. Brown requested that police have .someone check the lobby during the night. Block St. People Helping People Directors of Funeral S«rvic« Services! WARD, Billy J*», Jr. -- TUM- I day, 3 p.m., Chap«l of Nelaon'i Funeral Home. R«v. R. W. Scott offlclitln*. Inttrmtrit Bjptirt Ford Cemetery. Sincere consideration of individual needs JtfUUCK ·¥ KfVTTATWH NATIONAL SELECTED MORTICIANS AAOORE'S CHAPEL , JL 1?. UNDAU ROUXn W. 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