Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 25, 1969 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 25, 1969
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S · MtUliwMl ArtaMM T1MM, M, April 39, IHf MVITTIVIIU, MKMMM Area Newt In Brief MEMBER SPRINGS - John Brown University was voted a m e m b e r of the Associated Schools of Construction at the fifth annual Convention of the association at Auburn Univer sity, April 19. Mrs. Margaret Cam* JMM, «9 of Route 1. Fayetteville, died today in a local hospital Born Feb. 2, 1WO in Wa»hf--'-- County, the daughter of and Nellie Bailey Carson, was a Methodist. VOTED A SILOAM Obituary she HAROLD McGRATH . . . Speaker Hospital Plans Institute On Patient Rescue Staff members of 10 Northwest Arkansas hospitals and one from Muskogee, Okla. will attend an institute on "patient evacuation and firefighting techniques" in a oneday session at Washington General Hospital. Wednesday. April 30. A demonstration on what to| do in emergencies until the fire department arrives to insure patient safety and expedite orderly evacuation of patients will he given. The demonstration will be presented in cooperation with the Fayetteville Fire Department. The live demonstration SENIOR AUTHOR Dr. R. K. Bent, professor of education at the University of Arkansas, is the senior author of a recently published college textbook on education. Entitled "The Secondary School Curriculum," the book is published by D. C. Heath Co. of Boston. Mass. Dr. Bent collaborated on the book with Dr. Adolph Unruh. professor of education at St. Louis University. ATTEND MEETING Three Washington County re presentatives were among 125 women who attended the annual spring meeting of Arkansas Farm Bureau women in Little Rock Thursday. Mrs. Paul Marinoni of Fayetteville, Mrs. Harry Sbantto of Tontitown, and Mrs. M. C. Gibson of Farmington represented the Washington County Farm Bureau at :he one-day meeting. Survivors are the husband, Eugene D. Jones of the home; one son. Eric D. of Mobile, Ala.: two brothers. Dr. Sam Carson of Keota, Okla. and F r a n k Carson of Fayetteville; one sister, Mrs. Bess Reichel of Los Angeles, Calif: two grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at M o o r e ' s Chapel with burial in S o n s Chapel Cemetery. Survivors of Marion F u l l e r Harrison, who died Thursday, include two half-sisters, Mrs. Miada Neff and Mrs. J a n e Ensley, both of Springdale and a half-brother, William of Alexandria. Va. They w e r e listed as step-brothers and sisters in Thursday's TIMES. Mrs. Howard J. Russell. 88, of Fort Smith, died Thursday in a Fort Smith Hospital. B o r n Dec. 28, 1880 in New London. Mo., the daughter of Raphael! and Emma Bowles Briscoe, pjie was a member of the Christian hind Andreaten. «he wu * Methodist. Survivor* art the husband, Dr. Harold E. Wheeler of the home: four daughter*. Mrs. Richard Dobbs of Orange. Calif.. Mrs. E. K. Dantler of Arcadia. Calif., Mrs. Anthony Russell of Altadena, Calif, and Mrs. Daniel Ferbrache of Chicago; one b r o t h e r , George Andresen of Chicago; two sisters. Esther and K a r e n Andresen. both of Chicago. Funeral service be at (hMbtr Infos To Attend Meet Washington Church and a dale resident. former Spring- and lecture will be augmented by movies narrated by Kobert McGrath, retired hospital inspector of the Chicago fire department, a nationally known expert in institutional [ire prevention and control. McGrath has trained hospital personnel in firefighting a n d evacuation seminars in nearly 400 cities and conducted fire institutes for many professional organizations. He is author of a recognized textbook on I subject. .Robert Dolan. administrative assistant and Glen Estes, administrator of the hospital are IB charge of arrangements. Honor Society Initiates 37 New Members Thirty-s e v e n Fayetteville High School students were initiated into the National Honor Society at the student center Thursday night. Richard Lancaster, local society president, conducted the installation. A reception was held following the ceremonies. Initiated were Mark and Richard Anderson, Robert Benton, I.ind* Burge. Clare Burleson. Rebecca Carson. Marcia and Michele Connoly. Gary Davis, Larrv Dowcll. Martha Jean Fox. . Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Gordon Castling of F o r t Smith: one son C h a r 1 e s W. of Redlands. Calif.: one sister. Mrs. C. 0. Barren of West Fork: one brother, George Briscoe of St. Louis, Mo. and four grandchildren, including Don H. Casting, formerly of Fayetteville. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Watson Mortuary with burial in Fairview Memorial Gardens.. ON COMMITTEE Dr. Jerry F. Mines of Rogers has been appointed a member of an Ethics and Public Relations Committee of the Arkansas Chiropractic Association. Benefit Cycle Races Planned For Wpan A benefit motorcycle race will he held Sunday at the Razorback Riders Club grounds. Proceeds from the race will go to the Wyman Community to help rebuild the community building which was destroyed by fire on will Be open for Jan. 26. The track practice beginning at 11 a.m. and racing will begin at 1:30 p.m. Trophies will be presented in four classes. Luncheon will be served by the Wyman R. C. I. and 4-H Club?. The club grounds may be reached by taking Hwy. 16 east of Fayetteville to Baldwin, turn 4 p.m. Monday at C e n t r a l United Methodist Church with burial in Evergreen Cemetery u n d e r direction of Moore's Chapel. A memorial has been established for the Central Methodist Church library. John Brook Babcock, 3. of Fayelteville. died Thursday in a local hospital. He was horn Oct. 17, 1965 in Fort Worth. Tex., the son of Robert E. and Grace Harmon Babcock. Survivors in addition the parents are one brother. Robert Jr. of the h o m e : the paternal erandnarents. Mr. and M r s . Earl Babcock of Duncan, Okla. and the maternal grandnar- ents. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Harmon of Duncan. Funeral service will be at 4 o.m. Saturday at the University Baptist Church with burial in Memorial Gardens Cemetery at Duncan. The presidents and executive vice presidents of the Springdale and Fayetteville Chambers of Commerce will attend he 13th annual Arkansas State Reception and Dinner in Washington, O.C.. The evening of April 28. The events, sponsored by the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce, Associated Industries of Arkansas, Inc., and Ar kansas Chamber of Commerce Managers, will honor members of the Arkansas congressional delegation. One hundred and 40 Arkansans will leave from Adams Field in Little Rock Sunday morning aboard a chartered jet. They will return by plane from Washington Wednesday. 'They will attend the 57th annual meeting of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States while in Washington. The dinner and reception will be held at the Sheraton-Park Hotel. Cass Hough of Rogers president of the Associated In dustries of Arkansas, will introduce members of the con- Springdale-Mrs. Evelyn. M. Backus, 70, of Springdale, died Thursday in the Springdale hospital. She was born July 30. 1898 in Fort Wayne. Ind. the daughter of C. L. and L o t t i e Orr work and was a Methodist. Survivors are the husband, Vern Backus of the home: two sons. Billy Paul of Pinole, Calif, and Joe Carroll of Dallas. Tex.; one daughter. Mrs. William H. H u m p h r i e s of Pascagoula, Miss.: three broth~ "~ of rrs. W. J. (Bryan) Work Springdale. Otis J. Work of ing north the signs. and following the David Gearhart, George Gunn. Mellissa Harrelson. Grover Curtis Harris. Janet Hildbold, John Holcomb. Karl David Johnson, Deborah Krcio. Kathryn Kurts. Nora Mays, Edward" L. McNeal. Richard" McWhorter. Nancy Napier. Stewart Noland. Lori Orton. Elizabeth Owen. Mary F. Robbins. Gretchen Rom". Nancy Shimkus. James Simmons. Scott Stephens, Karen Marie Steward. Jamie Whitlatch and Jeffrey A Wilson. Other officers of the society are Christine Rom. vice president: I.yndall Anderson, secretary: Robert Fink, treasurer and Margaret Holcomb. historian. Mrs. Jamison Dies News of the death in Ixmg- -icw. Texas, last month of Mrs. E d i t h V. B. Jamison, ,'idow of the late A. W. Jamison, who was a member of the faculty of the University of Arkansas for many _years._ hjis been received Rosen. Burial 111. Mrs. Jamison, who was 94, is survived by a son. Dan B., of Longview, and a daughter, Mrs. George Walker of Sepulveda. Calif., four grandchildren and thrpp freat crandchildren. Lyford. tff. and Paul A. Work of Attica. Iowa: and fix grandchildren. Funeral service will he at 2 p.m. Saturday at Siseo Funeral Chapel with 'burial in B l u f f Cemetery. Springdale--Neita Sue Cockran, three-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D e n v e r Cockran of Route 5. Springdale, died today in Springdale hospital. She was born Jan. 30 in Springdale. Survivors In addition tn the parents are * sister. Rita Lou of the home: the maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Harp nf Lowell and the Paternal grandparents. Mr. and M r s . Raymond Spencer of Springdale. Funeral service will he at 2 p.m. Saturday at L i b e r t y Church with burial in Liberty Cemetery under direction of Sisco Funeral Chapel. Mrs. F.lna Marie Wheeler, 66. of Fayetteville. died today in a local hospital. Born July 25. 1902 in Chicago, III., the daugh ter of Frandr. and Marie Groen Red Cross Collects 692 Pints Of Blood A total of 692 units of blood were donated during a four-day blood drive on the University of Arkansas campus. Mrs. Larry Browne Jr., spokesman for the American Red Cross unit here, said this was the first time that so many students had been used in a blood drive. Members of the Army and Air Force ROTC units and their sponsors, the International Student Club, Gamma Sigma Sigma. Alpha Phi Omega a n d Alpha Chi Omega assisted in the drive. Miss Virginia Harding was local chairman. Positions requiring professional training were filled by local nurses and physicians on a voluntary b a s i s , Mrs, Browne said. gressional group wives. Attending and t h e i r from Fayetteville will be Chamber President Clark McClinton and Executive Vice President Wesley Gordon Springdale will send President Dr. Stanley Applegate and Ex ecutive Vice Zachary. President Lee Appeal ictarmvsD IKOM PAGE omi economically, ethnically or geo graphically. --That Sirhan's private notebooks were admitted improper- y into evidence since they were seized without a search warrant. In them, Sirhan scrawled repeatedly "RFK must die." Walker, dean of the criminal bench here, is empowered to reduce the penalty to life. Cooper and the other defense attorneys served without fee. Cooper originally had announced plans to withdraw if Sirhan was given life imprisonment, leaving an appeal to others. "I can't withdraw now," he said. "My conscience wouldn't let me." Meanwhile, Kenneth Hahn, a Los Angeles County supervisor, said the case to date cost taxpayers $910.634. The defense called his figures inflated. ACHIEVES HIS GOALS KANSAS CITY (AP) ·- Rich ard Brack, 13 - year-old Boy Scout, turned $1,002.22 over to Children's Mercy hospital Thursday and achieved two joals. One was a project to earn his Life rank as a scout. The other was to do something to help the lospital buy cardiac equipment. "I had rheumatic fever in 1967 and had to spend a lot of time in the hospital," Richard explained. He raised $501.11 with a garage sale of goods donated from all over the city, then he g o t Hallmark Cards Inc. to match the amount. DST (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) will go to central daylight time. Twenty counties and parts of four others in the western part of the state are in the mountain zone, hut only two observe mountain time during the winter. The rest set their clocks to central time. On Sunday all or parts of seven of those western counties will switch to mountain daylight time while the rest go to central DA Students Will Compete In Game Five University of Arkansas students will participate this weekend in the Sylvania Marketing Game at Michigan State University, where they will compete with teams from some 50 other Universities. The UA team members are James W. Ward, Jr. of Fort Smith: Mrs. Linda Lowery of Fayetteville: Bill Standley of Pasadena. Texas: Don Bryant of Camden. and Douglas Fugate of Carthage, Mo. Goals Adopted By Regional Planning Group SPRINGDALE -- Members of the Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission (NWA RPC) adopted long-range goals for Washington and Benton Counties when they met here Thursday night. The goals under study by commission members for the past several months, divides proposals for regional development into four major categories. Categories include economy, land utilization, transportation and communication and public services and facilities. Next step, according to Ken Riley. NWARPC director is to translate the general goals into definite plans. Members of the commission also heard a preliminary report on short range water and sewer development plans for the two counties. That study will combine rural and urban area planning. Final report is due in July. daylight time. Finally, a look at Arizona Lake Levels LITTLE ROCK (AP)- Lake levels Level Change Beaver 1118.9 D 0.1 Table Rock .... 014.5 unch Bull Shoals .... 664.2 D 0.2 Norfork 557.2 D 0.1 which is exempted from daylight time by state law. The Navajo Indian reservation, not bound by the law, goes on daylight time. But right in the middle of the Navajo reservation is the Hopi reservation--and that stays on standard time. Chamber Asked To Support Tax T h e Legislative Action Com- littee of t h e Fayetteville hamber of Commerce voted 'hursday to support the addi- ional one percent sales tax rnposed for adoption by the Vrkansas General Assembly. It is proposed to increase rom three to four per cent the ax on items now subject to sales and use taxes. T h e ill sets forth the percentages f revenue to be used by t h e ublic schools, cities, etc.. vilh education getting most of nc revenue. The Legislative Action Com- littec's action is. in the form f recommendations to t h e hamber Board of Directors. Malay Police Raid Leftist Party Offices KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) -- Police raided branches of the left-wing Labor party anc imposed an indefinite curfew in several parts of northern Pen ang Island today after Police Chief Albert Mah said party members killed one man Thurs day night. The police said the killing oc currcd while Labor party mem bers were writing antielection slogans on Pcnang roads. The Labor party has said it will boy cott the May 10 elections, osten sibly because the government has arrested many of its leaders. Police said the present disturbances are neither "an inter party feud nor a racial clash." Penang. a resort island 180 miles north of Kuala Lumpur, was the scene of clashes between Malays and Chinese in November 1967 in which 30 per- Mrier Trill XMflMM For Wednesday The first degree murder trial or Arthur Boyd, 42, of Fayetteville, has been scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Wednesday in Washington County Circuit Court. Boyd and John S. Guthrie. 21. of Fayetteville, are charged with killing Arkley Garrett, 57, of Finger Road, the night of April 10 on South College Avenue. Guthrie's trial has not been scheduled. Prosecuting Attorney Mahlon Gibson said it is possible that Boyd's trial will be delayed. Lavish Casino Must Close By April 30 CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) -The state told the lavish Circus Circus casino in Las Vegas Thursday it must close by April 30. The five-member Nevada Gaming Commission voted unanimously in refusing to extend the gambling casino's license. temporary questioning sons were killed. loans and other financial dealings of the owners. Circus Circus, a $20 million casino shaped like a circus tent on the Las Vegas Strip, opened last October. The commission has been critical of its financing since then. Attorney William Morse told the commission the Circus Circus was now a profitable venture, that many financial obligations had been met, and "in another couple of months of successful operation, they will he able to clean up their other obligations." Auction Set PRATOLINO, Italy (AP) - A four-day auction of furnishings from the Italian villa of Prince Paul of Yugoslavia has brought in S727.216. The prince recently sold the dwelling. Villa Demidoff, once used as a servants' home by the Medici family, to a Florence real estate firm. WELCOME LIONS To FAYETTEVILLE MEN'S SMART APPAREL North Side Square by Mrs. H. R. was in Peoria, WATCH ^TOTV S WITTS nNerth Block*. Fulbright On TV Sen. J. W. Fulbright will ap pear on the CBS Television program "Face the Nation,' Sunday April 27. The program will be carried on KOTV. Channel 6. Tulsa. at 12:30 p.m., a n d KTTS. Channel 10, Springfield at 10:30 a.m. WE SELL OR RENT Crutchei--Commode Chain Wheel Chain--Walken, Etc. 4-H Club Mineral Springs Club was organized earlier this week with Patty Ricff as president. Other officers, elected at the organ- i z a t i o n a l meeting Monday night. are Steve Anderson, vice president: Sandra Anderson, secret a r y : Terry Osburn, reporter; Phillip Northcutt. photographer; Annette Kirkpatrick, recreation leader; Oina Rrnoks. song leader: Jorlle Craddock. ricvntions leader. 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