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· Northwtit Arkanmi TIM|S, Tu»»,, Aug. 15, 1972 F«Y«TT«VILI.«, ARKANSAS Zachary t Tour Europe t . . . S P R I N G D A L E -Lee 'Zachajfy,' Springdale Chamber ; f\5l JCommerce executive Vice Sjffesident and member of th,e tttale Parks and Tourism Com- ,n)isslon, will tour Europe this , jail With a mission sponsored ^ f b y the Southern Travel 'ttrectors Council (STDC). , -t Zachary's expenses lor the ^p u r i promoting European ^tourism In. the southeastern states'will be paid m part by the Arkansas Parks and 4*fo\irlsm jComtnlssion and the fcSp'ringdale Chafnber, of Com SSserce.i , i f £i''Estimaled cost of.the Junket Sis'! between ?1,200 and $1,500, Hvilh Zachary, the Chamber and fttfe' Parks Commission each ·^xected to pick up approximately one third of the ttib · '·wachary will leave Nov IB ^artd retuin Dec. 2, visiting ^London, .Copenhagen, Berlin, CAinsterdam and Pans. Tour 'SperalDrs, wholesalers, retail ^travel agents and transportation I'CjSmpanies will be the target ilSldiences for the promotion of 'Travel to the southern states. .Zachary announced this week § 1 intention of presenting to the DC a plan for awarding free ps to each of the 11 par- ipatmg states to travel *?lpresentatives In the audience E 81 each European city visited. , 14He indicated he will attempt tp obtain the state commission's Mceplance of a plan to award *iip trip to Arkansas in each whether or adopts his Three Can Hit After Pickup Rolls Into lot An unattended pickup tiuck belonging to the city Water Department'and parked in a space behind City Hall slipped oose M o n d a y j afternoon n n d rolled into the Police DepaiU ment parking lot next door, where it slightly damaged three cars. ' " The runaway truck negotiated a -,90-degree t u r n - and crossed an alley between City Hall and the Police Station, then hit a car belonging to Michael 1. Huddleston of West Fork, police said. ' The impact knocked the Huddleston car into . oars belonging to Kalhy M. Edens of Route 6, and Donald R. Bunn of 718 Edna Stree(,- Springdale, police said. Police said a Water Department e m p l o y e , Arthur Caselman, 56, of 17 W SMh St, parked the truck m drive gear behind city hall and failed, to set the emergency brake. European capital, flat the STDC proposal said that'·he intends * take some souvenir ·Sl^presentaUve of the poultry Jjdustry .with him to distribute i'ni Europe Tourism has jumped toljto the top three or four major ^ijicome sources for the region "and Zachary said that is one ,_r_e_ason the Chamber has been jpso-receplive lo Ihe lour f Mentioning the possibility of | industrial benefits possible from j the tour, also, Zachary pomtec o^ut a ^_ Germ an firm had es'taTflislielraTilSttl at Joplin, Mo , as a result of a mission made to Germany by the Joplin Commerce I B ew Pizza Hut Builder Wants To Save Trees Trees and progress 'seldom get along but Tommy Grover told the Board of Adjustmenl Monday he wanted to save every tree he could in, con- Jstructing a Pizza Hut at -316 f S School Ave | Grover asked the board to allow him to construct the building on the rear property line of his lot so thafc he could save several trees m the middle of the property. Ordina'nce requires the structure be 15 feet from the rear line when contiguous to a residential district However, Grover pointed out , that he was purchasing the rear i lot and plans to attempt to have l i t rezoned, or at least con Idilionally approved by Ihe i Planning Commission, as a ; parking lot In another appeal, Ihe board t rejected an appeal by the i Shenandoah Garden Apartments i! for a 20 foot variance on 1 necessary lot width to construct t an apartment at 1200 E. 15th |St just off the Hwy. 16 east ; by pass. { Owners of the property also jtiwn Shenandoah Mobile Home Three Treated After Wreck At Springdale S P R i:N G D-A L E -- Three persons were . g i v e n emergency treatment at Springdale Me modal Hospital Monday morning following a three-car accident on Hwy. 68 .west; near the Pleasant Street intersection Treated and released 'were William J. O'Brien, 55-- and Linda Kay O'Brien, W, both of Vian-Lara Mission of Vieto Calif and Alan Victor Brown 55, of Huntmgton Beach, Calif .The accident occurred nvhen a car driven by Wanda Mae Mayfield, 37, of Springdale, was unable to stop in time to avou striking the r e a r of a car stopped behind a Vehicle waiting tp mae a left turn into the driveway of the Dorman Clinic James Thomas Johnson, 60 of Springdale, was driver of the car attempting the turn Cliffon Parson Newman, of Springdale was driver of the car struck by the Mayfield car The injured were passengers in the Newman car. The Mayfield woman w a s cited by police for following too closely. Car Hits Tree, Then Spins Into Passing Pickup Two vehicles narrow slrelch collided on of Black Oal {Park adjacent b u t n a r r o w J requires, among other things, t that .the lot be 90 ; foot'wide for I its planned use The lot Is 70 t foot wide. { The board was more generous j to two other petitions and | granted: f -- A request to vary the J setback and height of a sign 5 that needs repair at 2425. -N. College Ave., Ben Jacks Guitar Road about a mile south ,__ Fayetteville Monday "after- one of them hit. a tree and spun into a passing pickup ^ truck State Police said today, ' ,, Robert W. -Tunstill,, 36, Route 7, the driver of the car was slightly injured." ' t ' , S t a t e Police said the tw vehicles were attempting" t pass while going in opposit directions on- the "harrow roa when the Tunstill vehicle pulle to Ihe right and struck a tre near the roadside The rear o the car spun left, into a picku truck driven by Wade Anderson 34, of Route 5. ! " " "There have been severs accidents on this road withi a mile area' caused by th narrowness oMhe'road and'Id brush and Irees growing alon to the lengthy and out lntQ the road," reporte lot Ordinance tne investigaling officer, Slat Trooper Larry E Spencer o Goshen. · Center. I - A request to allow con Officials To Attend 'Agriculture Day' HOT SPRINGS -- Two Arkan sas s e n a t o r ! and fou congressmen are (o attend ;Qbituary Water SIMS Rogers '-if Dan Sims, fl2,io( Qgcrs, died Monday In tho bgcrs h'ospltal. Born Aug. 13, 890 nt Green Forest,, he was retired farmer and n Baptist, Survivors aro the widow, Mrs, dice York Sims of the home; vo ·daughters, Mrs. Vclirm hancy of Rogers and Mrs, Rlla 'ells of Avinger, Tex ; two rolhers, Clyde k ot Gieen Forest rid Bort .of-Leos, Summit,. Moi; so sisters, Mis. Eva Logan of untsville '-and ' Mrs Ruby radshaw of 'Green Forest; two r'andchildren"and , two great- randcjiild.ren. - Funeial scrvjce will be at .2 m, Thursday at Callison Fu- cral Chapel wllh burial in akloy's Chapel,. Cemetery, MRS; MONA Mv SUI.L1NS Springdale -- Mrs, Mona M. ullms, 85, v of Route 5," Spring- ale, died Monday In the prmgdale hospital. Born Juno 1887 in Springdale, the daugh- er of W A. and Nancy A., Gra- arn. Cooper, she was a Baptist jSurvivors, are Iwo sons, Otto oop.6? of El 1 Monte, Calif and ilurl Cooper ot Springdale; one isler, Mrs. Minnie Plumlee of ayeltevtlle; four grandchildren nd two gieat grandchildren Funetal service will be at );30 a m, Wednesday at Sisco uneral Chapelvvith burial in ion Cemetery. IRS, SARAH ANN CAMPBELL Siloam Springs -- Mrs Sarah nn Campbell, 87, of Route 2, Jentry, died Monday at the ome of her daughter, Miss °eggy ; : Campbell of the same ddress. Born Sept.. 4, 1884 at Blinh, Wales, she moved to this 15- years, ago from Penn ylvania. She-was a member f :the Bible Fellowship Church at Bethlehem, Pa. Survivors are a second daugh er, Mrs. John Routh of tiegelville, Pa: and a son, Franklin of Bethlehem. Graveside services will be leld \Vednesday at Fairview Cemetery" in Bethlehem, Pa.' vith local arrangements under he direction of Wasson Funeral lOme of Siloam Springs MRS. MARGARET ROWELL Siloam Springs -- Mrs Mararet Rowell, : 88, of Kansasi )kla , died in a Pryor, Okla hospital Aug. ;13. Born Jan. 20, 884 at Momgona, Iowa, she had ived In' th'e Kansas area for he past 31 years She was a iiember of the Church of God. Survivors are two sons, 'rancls- "and William H., both if · Fort Dodge, Iowa; three Street fi'Osn" Eastern' Avcnuo to Sa'itl Avenue .and L,'e\vlj,Avettlie trorir Main Sl.rc'eC to Hwy.' 62 west and Mitchell Struct from Lewis .Avenue, to n point, 408 feet west of Lewis'Avenue, -- A resolution setting a public hearing on proposals to close a portion 6t Walker Street at the. request of BarrGlt- Kincher Real Eslate. ' (CONTINUED J-ROM PAGE ONE) \lclirn was'.in Springdale, the firenyin said.., , . ,As s a resultr of' the calls, firemen for both department have adopted', a policy »ot identifying the city when they answer the. emergency phone. Fayetleville' firemen, fpr instance, say, "Fayetleville'Tire Department." "That usually heads'; them off," .' s a i d ' i L o n n i e Farrar, assistant chief. Captain Harold J; iPerrym'an, a Springdale firemari, suggested that persons 'lightly mark out the number of the'other town's fire departfnent : In the front flap of the telephone" directory, Or belter, he said, post the Correct number near the telephone. Firemen indicated - i t was fortunate that more than 'one persons reported the Sp'ringdale; fire. Three 'engine companies·'and a rescue squad'responded to the alarm'. The blaze was caused by a curtain material .'^pulled' or Into bedding an air conditioner, which stopped the fan and-cuiised fh'e motor to overheat, fireriieri saidi" The damage 'was :largely confined to .the bedroom where the fire originated. Other parts of the house".received''smoke damage. The house belonged to Ruth Morris, firemen said. laughters, Mrs Decker, s Tulsa, Hazel M Mrs. Einga Svelyn Ferguson, Kansas, Okla and Mrs Sarah Holloway, formal, -111.; two sisters,: Mrs. ,'etitia M. Hay, Fairfield, Iowa a'h'd Mrs. Ethel Potter, Winoiia, )kla , nine grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildre'n. Funeral service will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Lierly 'Free Will Baptist Church near Kansas with burial in Memorial Park Cemetery at Fort Dodge at 1-30 p m Friday under di rection of the Wasson Funeral ·lome. of Siloam Springs NEW YORK STOCKS] · · OHnlxi FrltM . . '.·::'. |T|inl«fc« ky . ·., A. «. jjwirii A *«·« inra««miwsw!i!W!«» A red News Briefs " " ' ' ' · Ark Best Corp ,...,.,!.,.. 2H Alcan . . , , , , . . , 22M Ampr Airlines 29W Amor-jTel ,'l'cl :...y.'42 Anaconda . ' . . ' . . , ' . , , ' , . , , ' , . . . in Ark 'La Gas 23V4 21W Armco Baldwin .... Boeing ,..·... .'....,. 2«i H Soup i i,'-28V4 S'W 42ft Chrysler 31% 3omsal ..' ,.,,. 55J4 Del Mohlo ...;.,......;.. 2H6 Dia Shamiock , 13 Dillards soft Eiisco ....· 18W A G'Edwards ., 10% Emerson : 91 F o r d - , ,,,.'., SEK Frontier Alr ..'..., 10V4 - - - - . . 2 0 24 V4. YEARBOOK RKADY . Yearbooks were dlslrlbulcd to students nt SprliiBrtnlc High Sqliuol loday, and n "signing parly" will 'ne hold at tlio school this evening, beginning nl G:30 o'clock. Fuqurt Indus Gaf Corp Gen' Motors ,....; 77 Georgia Pacific .: 409s' Gr West Fin 27 Cult, Oil 24 Intl'Bus Mach .....?...... 421 Intl Harv 34 I-T-E 1 Imperial ' ,.. \VA J C Penney 82% Kerr McGee , 58 Kaiser Alum , ; 18% Ley! Strauss 49 Ling Tenjco .Vought 12% Marcor 24'A BEER STOLEN Eight lo 10 cuses of beer were stolen Sunday ,night In n break- In at Woody s Tavern on Hwy. 68 west, Mrs Woody Sldcklon told Ihe sheriff's office Monday, The screen on Ihe north window of the building was ·Ipp'ed off to gain entry. Mrs, Stooketon said Ihe Iheft occurred between 7 p.m. Sunday night and 8 a.m. Monday. BATTERY, TIRE STOLEN A battery and a new spare Ltrij were stolen from a car parked on Black Oak Road, owner Stan Johnson told the sheriff's office Monday afternoon, Johnson said Ihe thief Pan Am World Air .13% Phillips r Petro 34W Ralston ' Reynolds Metals 17 Sate\vay 3.6ft Si Regis Paper 41Vi Sears ·113% Servomation: .' *. 27% Shakespeare 12% Singer 8.2.V4 Application For imboden Bank Under Advisement LITTLE ROCK - (AP) - A f t e r hearing testimony until 8 p.m. Monday, the state Banking Board took under Monday night., an advisement application for a.new state bank at Imboden (Lawrence County). H. ;Q. Adams:,;, state "Bank commissioner,' .said "the Aboard would, study the^lranscrlpt from Monday's hearing arid then con vene a t / a later date to Tender a decision.?:"" · · · " ' ' Doug -Bradley, attorney .for group-'seeking, the 1 bwk', S6u Pacific ............. 46% Sperry Hand ____ ,,,.\.'.:.. $5'A Std Cal ............. : ..... ." 65 Std Jersey ................. 78% Texaco ... ;.. ....;·...'..'. ... 33% Tri State Motors. .......... We Union Carbide ... ., ...... . 49 7 /s UMC 'Corp ................. 22 United Air , ........ .-...,.. 39'/z U S Steel ......:·..........; 29Vs Victor ..... ....-; ............ 2H'a Westihghouse ..,,..-.-..... "46V4 Whillaker ...'..,...:.....,.'.. 9 Westvaco . .............. '.. 22V4 Ark West Gas ..:..... U%-12V 8 Citation . , ..........'...-. SW-3% Gen Growth ........... ... 25-26 Gen Resources ...... ' iearney National ____ . dinute ;Man '.....-.....,.. T.ig. Coney. Island -...,.'. 5-5% ioneer Foods .......... 714-7^ 3 izza Hut ..... ..'.. ..... 29-29% K Porter ....... . ....... 24-25' td Register ... ..... 155S-I6V4 'yson Foods ... ------ '.. 16V4-17 Val-Mart ..,',,.. ..... 30'/i-30^ Vilson Laurel ..... . ____ 1%-2V4 fellow F : rt . the JAMES : ED WARDS Siloam Springs -- James Arthur Edwards, 67,"of. Gentry, died Aug. 14 in Siloam Springs Memorial Hospital. Born Sept. 27, 1904 in Cherokee County, Okla., he was a retired farmer. He had lived for the past 23 years- at Gentry moving there from St. Joseph, Mo. and' was a Baptist. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Willie Ruth Ritsinger Edwards of the home; two daughters, Mrs Virginia Lee Divm of Tulsa, and .Mrs. Francis Walton o f ' Sand Springs, Okla,, two sisters, Mrs Pearl Gouge and Mrs. Eula Kimmel. both of Gentry; seven grandchildren and'five great-grandchildrei). Funeral service will be 10 a.m. Wednesday in the Gentry First Baptist Church with burial at 2 p m Thursday in Mount Auburn Cemetery, St. Joseph, Mo. under the direction of the Wasson Siloam _. fund.has been established for told the board that the:cornmu- nity was making progress bul that it could make even more il it had its own bank. Bradley :said ..the. .nearest banking facility for residents .was at Smithville, some 13 miles away. . Opposing the incorporation ol the new bank were the Citizens Bank of Smithville and two Walnut Ridge banks. Sloan Rainwater, attorney for one oi the Walnut Ridge banks anr the Smithville bank, contendec that the application for the bank was riddled with in accuracies and .was designed to create an illusion of potential. Funeral . H o m e of Springs. A memorial t'h'e! A m e r i c a n Association. H e a r t tinned use of a portable building located at Bob's Taco at 611 N. College Ave , the building had been located there without proper permits and setbacks. Pre-Regislrafion Begins Wednesday i Pre registration, for students ; attending Woodland Junior High j School will begin Wednesday. ! Sevenlh grade students will (register /Wednesday. eighth » g r a d e r s Thursday and ninth [graders Friday. . j Registration hours each day are from 8 a.m. to 12 noon and from 1 to 3p.m. ' ' Jerry Daniel, newly 'assigned principal, said studenfe will {receive schedules in the library and tours of 'the building to locate classrooms and lockers are planned. Parents may accompany sludenls. Daniel also said that: students new to Woodland are requested to bring report cards from Ihe {previous year. . . . j The first 'fulf day of school f is Aug. 28 and classes will 'start «nt 8:25 a.m.- and will be {dismissed at '.3:30 p.m. : ,, . ft , AKMndM . 1 11 A-ft.T.F.r. 'cocssETJita crvnx 1 H i RoMtoiii to Krery FrcMen) 11 M K. Dtmtltt U . pntiito 6r*r«, AriiMwi B ' lunm rnm tmtn^M *rfc 9,' ·BNttV M. BIAL* · , :', Ci»illar · y , l v r ,VtaMt M»-BN , "salute TO Agriculture Day" here Aug. 30, when Secretary of Agriculture .Earl Buiz will a speak at the Convention Audi- p tonum. Gov. Dale Bumpers will c .Open to the public,' the event is being planned by a state s c o m m i t t e e composed of i members of farm organizations, h commodity groups, agricultural | a g e n c i e s and agri-business' i leaders. i Lake Lucerne Sale « r At Auction Revealed ' ' , · . * . ' ! EUREKA SPRINGS -- The sale of Lake Lucerne Resort at auction has been reported here. M. D. Neill and L. E. Kipp, Springfield, Mo., paid $284,500 for the property. · Lake Lucerne was op'eited in 1923 by Richard Thompson who built it into one of the most popular resorts in this area in the late 1950s, but it has declined in recent years. ^g^^t "HEROIN ^S^ ; HOTLINE" ^·^ (800) 368-5363 To Report Information on H*rojn Pushtr*. . T« fcferal A fl «rit» Stolen Bikes Given To Boys r * A-ydulh gave the sons of Mr. and Mrs Bill Mills three ap parently stolen bicycles Monday, sheriff's reports said today. Mrs. Mills phoned the sheriff',5 office Monday afternoon when she saw her sons had 'the bicycles In their possession. She said she believed them stolen. · T Investigation showed dial one of the bicycles belonged to the Raymond Boatright family and one apparently to the Boatright's in-laws. One still has not been,identified. The bicycles are being kept at the sheriff's office. Chess Play To Resume Today .REYKJAVIK, Iceland (AP -- Bobby Fischer and Bpri, Spassky were scheduled lo play their 14th game in the. work chess championship : today after a two-day delay becaus of a medical poslponement by the Soviet titleholder. Fischer, leading 8-5 : in' th series, had complained Spassky should notyhave been granfei the 'postponement because tin medjcal certificate submittei did not splcifj; 4he Russian' ailment. r^r "' Chief referge^Lolhar Schmi dismissed lhe''Ameriean dial lengcr's objections, saying ,'i is never ... necessary, thfit ill ness be specified.' It only nefid to be certified " NJUREI) IN WKECK qOSHEN -- Debbie Coun ryman,'28, of Sprlngdala was lightly Injured al 5 a.rn Monday when the car she was riving slid off Blue Springs Road tsvo miles north of here itate Police said loday. Also lightly injured in the acciden vas Wanda Barron, 26,* o iprlngdale, police said. Two Bulldozers To Be Added To Training Course Two additional bulldozers for the Heavy Equipment Operators Training School, scheduled to re open this week are expect edto arrive here Wednesday ac cording to County Judge Vo Lester. , The bulldozers are being obtained . through an Army surplus depot at Corpus Christi Tex. The ddzers will be' among the surplus heavy equipment uset by the seven Washington County employes and one Fayetteville employe who will undergo the 21-week training course a t ; t h e W e s t Campus Vocational Technical School here; ·;'·' , Cooperating in the program funded through the Public Services Careers Program o the Northwest Arkansas Ecotio mjc Development District, an the Fayetteville Employmen Security Division office and:th( Washington .County Economic Opportunity Agency, Inc., which screens and recruits the par ticipants. The--West CampU: School is the training agency. The program serves both tc upgrade and initially train citj and county employes. 'HREE BIKES STOLEN S P R I N G D A L E -- Thro. Icycles were 1 stolen from the Youth Center/grounds Monda: ifternoon while the owners were n the swimming pool. Mrs {aymqnd, Boatrlght reported ti lolice "the theft of bicycle: lelbnging lo Clark Boatrlght Doug .Workman and Randy Boatrlght. Averages ndus ............... :.down 4.29^ rans .............. . down 1:62 'olume ......... ..... down .13 /olume .:,....;,...;..-. 5,UO;000' HwyTl^reck Injures Woman BRENTWOOD -- S a 11 y P. Wilson, 39, of Fort Smith was reated for cuts and other minor n juries after the car she was driving collided .with two vehicles at 10:05 p.m. Monday on Hwy. 71,; two miles, south of here, Slate Police said today; The. victim was treated; at Washington General Hospital and released. P-o l i c e constructed the following account .of the ac cjdent: .. The' Wilson' vehicle was traveling!south when it crossed Lhe center line and hit a ·nor- thbound car driven by James Ronald : Slough, 21, of Mon- Igomery, Ala., knocking it into a ditch east of the roadway. '. The Wilson vehicle continued across the northbound lane and collided with a car driven by Jackson Graves Chase, 47, of Russellville, which was near the road shoulder. The Wilson vehicle then slid into the east d i t c h , where it came tp rest. Cify Softball Play Continues Iso broke out a window ·out door of Ihe car. In n AUDEN VANDALISM Vornon Singleton of Uoulo 2, ralrle Grove, told the sheriff's fflce mid-morning Monday that i . h a d gotlen Into " arclen over the sveekend ulled up his pepper plants lomped his watermelons nlfcd his canleloupos. equosted a deputy lo esligate the destruction, and Ho In FIRE DAMAGES CAR SPRINGDALE -- Moderat damage under. Ihe hood of a car owned by A. L. Clark, 340 3, Turner.St., was caused b r ire at 5:25 p.m. Monday S p r i n g d a l e firemen, wh extinguished the blaze, said th fire apparently started "whe Mrs, ^Clark drove Into th driveway of her home an gasoline flooded over the car burfetor and ignited. PLAYING WITH MATCHES LOWELL -- Children playin with matches in a barn an adjacent buildings were said b Springdale firemen, to ; hav caused a. fire which deslroye the barn and buildings Monda afternoon. . : John Crawford is occupant o the farm owned by Joe Steel. Files $10,000 Suit Daniel B. Thomas filed $10,000 suit in Washington Ci cuit Court Monday again Ozark Cattle Farms, Inc., for alleged failure to pay Thomas for s e l l i n g 20 head, of the defendant's cattle under an April 11 oral contract. The suit said that - the defendant had agreed to pay Thomas $500 per head sold. The $164,000 sale was made July 15, the suit said. The'City of Fayetteville. edgei SWEPCO Monday evening i men's fast pilch Softball playe at the City Park. ' - ; John Miller was the .winning pitcher and W. J, Whitehead'llie loser.. Rod Lewis led the City with a homerun while Sieve Williams had Iwo RBI's for SWEPCO. In Ihe second game Dandy Oil downed the Salvation Army 7-1, Russell Ogle Was fte winning pitcher and Budgie Harris the loser. James Baker and Gerald Dailey led the winners with' two r u n s , each while Charley Bighorse and Reining scored the o nl y runs for the Salvation Army. Drury Honors Dr. D.D.Jones The honorary degree of doclor f hiimiine leUoi's W«B conferred, n Dr. Dorsoy. Duo Jones, f 11 r o d .chairman., of .th« JnlvernUy of Arkansas depart- lent of hlslbry, by Ills a l m a mater, Drury Colle'ue, Spring- leld, Mo., Saturday, A jutmna ium laud.o Drury graduate, Dr, Jones holds a master's degree rom the University of Colorado and a doctor's, degree Irom the University of Iowa.' Dr. Jones, considered an expert on European and Asian history, Joined the faculty of the Jnlverslty of Arkansas.as a history Instructor In 1926, and erved 43 years, longer than inypne since the history department was established. He was he first chairmen, of the department and established Rus- Ian and F a r Eastern history :ourses. _ . He published a Russian history and Is author of numerous articles In scholarly mbllcatlons. In 1963 he was the recipient of the Distinguished Alumnus Award from Drury. A former president of tha Fayetteville Rotary Club he is a member of a number of pro- 'essibrial and social organlza- He was honored at a luncheon at the Kentwood Arms following the services Saturday. Rape Charges Filed Against Lincoln Man First degree rape charges w e r e filed Monday In W a s h i n g t o n Circuit Court against John B. Leyva, 22,. of near Lincoln in the alleged Friday night rape o! his 13-year- old companion. The charge followed an interview Monday with .the victim, who said her attacker .was taking her to Bella Visla lo visit his brother, whom she dated. The alleged, rape occurred on Wedington Rd.. after Leyva had car trouble. The charge 'was filed by Prosecuting Attorney Mahlon Gibson. · · . .'. '_ GET READY FOR SCHOOL EARLY THIS YEAR This year be ahead of schedule and beat the back-, to-school rush. How? An easy: question with a simple answer. Let a Times.Want Ad help you along. 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Trinity United Methodist Churtfh, -Rev. Dewey Dark officiating. Interment, Nation-. al Cemetery. HALL, .William L, -- Service Wednesday 2:00 p.m. Chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home. Fattier Ed Salmon officiating, Interment, Fairvlew Memorial Garden*. KlTCHENAlD DISHWASHERS Greatest Values Ever! 0 HATIOfJAt. SELECTED MORTICIANS MOORE'S CHAPEL 4. T tANDM.1 XOtWl 'W. C*nl.r . MORTON CAftNCS ffly«tt»vill«, Ark,-. The newest KitchenAid dishwashers are built better than ever before. For even greater reliability, The new KitchenAid 1 /2 hp motor -- the most powerful in any home dishwasher -- now hasa 5 year warranty*. Many other reasons to buy KitchenAid too: Patented Soak Cycle. 180° Sani- Cycle. Adjustable racks. Choice of dishwasher types, *lf the motor should fail, it would be replaced al no cost lo you durina the lint V y e a r ; you'd pay only for labor during the next four years. ewi6 (/Or06. HOME CENTER 200 W«»t Mountain

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