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1 · Northwwrt 'Arkonsns TIMES, Tuesday, April 27, 197* NEW Y O R K STOCKS Ark Best Corp Amer Tel ft Tel Ark La Gas Baldwin Campbell Soup Central i- S W Del Monte Dillards Easco A G Edwards Emerson Frontier Air Gen Growth Gordon Jewelry !ntl Harv I-T-E Imperial Kresge l.evi Strauss Marcor Penneys Pizza Hut Ralston Purina Radeon Sambo's Sco|t Paper Sears Shakespeare 'Union Carbide Victor Wal-Mart Ark West Gas: Kearney N T atl Minute Man Pioneer Foods H K Porter Std Reg ...Tyson Foods Averages Inds Tran» Utils Volume 32 -H IS 26'-. 18 1 4 18 : 4 16 W 39}; 6»! 10 11 26 29! 14". 20^-20 37-38 17-1Z-4 16V.-16H . up l.S up .7 C up .0 3.520.DOC Commodity Openings May corn 2 68' 4.60 437 74.2 3.3 corn Mav soybeans May esgs , !May pork bellies May wheat WE'RE SORRY! MISSED YOUR PAPER If vou rannot reach your " TIMES carrier PHONE 442 B2-12 Daily 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday 4:30 lo 8 p.m. Sunday 8 lo 9:30 a.m. iiiiiiiMiiiMiiwM^ Obituary fflniiiHfflfiffliffliiiBiiiiitiiiiiiwiiuiiiiitn]!!^ H A R V K Y V A R N K L L Rogers -- - Harvey Edward ariu-ll. Etf, of Avoca. died unday in a Betilonville nursing ome. .Born , Dec., 1. 1892 al ·Irrght water, the son ot Mr. and ,lrs. John \V. Varnell, he was . farmer-and a Baptist. Survivors are two sons, Felix if "FaveUeville and Charles of \ennewick. Wash., a n d one Irnndchild, Funeral service will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Callison Funeral Ctftipel with burial iii Suttram's Chapel CcmeterJ' TOM LAPORT Siloam Springs-Tom LaPort 63. of. Cokord. : Okla.. died vlonday at a Jay, Okla; nursing loriie. -He was born July ; 16, 1922 in Mayes County, Okla. Survivors are seveiul nieces and nephews. Graveside,'services will, be at p m Wedne^dav at Rou Cemetery j Erection Home, near Colcord under of Wasson Funeral MRS. GERTRUDE HAMMONTREE Mrs. Gertrude Ward - H a m montree. o f - Santa A n a , Calif., died April 24 in Santa a Calif Born Ma\ 2 1906 in Newton County, the daughter of Thotna's-and Margaret Har vey Ward, she was a Baptist. Survivors are one -son. Tom E. of Santa Ana';/.one daughter Mrs." Margaret Lar'sen" ot Santa Ana; one brother. W.S. Ward of Carl Junction,' 1 Mo.; . o n e sisfer; Mrs. Edith Riller Fayetteville and six grandchild ren. Funeral service will' be ': 1:30 p.m. Thursday al Moore Chapel with burial In Cemeteri Hill Cemetery, MARVIN REIFF Prairie Grove -- Marvin D Reiff, 77. of Prairie Grove, died at his home Monday. Born Nov 30. 1898 in Stricter, the son WHAT'S TO EAT AT SCHOOL NEXT WEEK? Menu* Furnished By Area Schools salad SPK1NGDALE WEDN ESDA Y: Chees ebur- g«r french fries picV!«s and onions, 'tangerines, THURSDAY: Taco with gra : led. cheese, shredded lettuce, apDlc^aucE cinnamon twist FREDA\ Burnto \\ith Chili cole slaw, buttered corn, let cream 'One-half pint milk is served with all lunches. FAYETTEV1LLE WEDNESDAY: Corn" dog, mustard, buttered peas, fruit cup, cinnamon krispie, milk THURSDAY: Creole spaghetti, tossed green salad, guttered french bread, pumpkin · pie, milk. FRIDAY: Fried chicken, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, gravy, hoi roll, butler, peaches, milk, FARMINGTOX WEDNESDAY: Hot dog or bun, french fries," catsup, nrjs tard, carrot sticks, peanu butter cups, cheese wedges milk THURSDAY: White bean; and weiners, mashed potatoes cabbage slasv, corn bread, jello FRIDAY: Hamburger on bun mustard, catsup, french fries tossed salad, juice. WEST FORK WEDNESDAY: Chicken a n c noodles, english peas, carro ind celery sticks, angef -bis cuita, cookies. THURSDAY: Pizza, gree: icker eans, lettuce oodle cookies. FRIDAY: Hamburgers, pick es and onions, french .fries an atsup lettuce salad peanu utter treats. P R A I R I E G R O V E W E D N E S D A Y : ; - Grille iheese sandwich,'- pea salac ; a r r o t sticks, -' strawberr hortcake, milk. TH U RSD AY : Meat loa mashed potatoes, green .bean :olls. ice-cream, milk. FRIDAY: Hamburgers i relish,tater tots-catsup, torn it and pickle slices, prune pean suiter, brownie,. mi\k. ELKINS WEDNESDAY: Fried chicker mashed potatoes; lettuce sala rolls.- butter, jello w-fruit, mil THURSDAY: Hamburger potaloe chips, pickles - onion cheese sticks, sugar .cookie pears, milk. FRIDAY: Beef-cheese french fries, cole slaw, pru cake, milk. LINCOLN W E D N E S D A Y : H a m beans, tomato macaroni, c o r bread butter, cole slaw,' fru milk. THURSDAY: Fish sandwi on bun w-tartar sauce, fren fries w-catsup, green peas carrots, strawberry p!e topping.milk FRIDAY: ItaEian spaghe green salad, hot rolls w-butt cheese, jello w banana, milk. of Willie and Daisy -Tate R e i f t , he was n retired, carpenter. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. K x t e McCleNniid R c i f t of the home; two sons, Homer of Tulsa and Earl of Prairie Grove t h r e e daughters, Mrs. rinne McClelland, Mrs. Nove Miller and Mrs. Joarin rolau. nil of T u 1 s'a; two others. Joe ot Farnnnglon d Wade of Prairie Grove; one ter. Mrs, Nellie Buchanan of .velteville;' 13 ; grandchildren d six great-grandchildren, Funeral "service will be al 30 p m Wfdnesda; at Luj,m el Funeral Chapel "with burial Farmlngton Cemetery, DON HASKKTT Springdale -- Don 'Hasketl, of Tulsa, died . Monday in local hospital. Born.Keb. 22, 18 in Greencastle.-lnd.. t h e n of Steve and Maude Gayer askett, tye was a postal clerk veteran of World War U anc member of the Christian hurch. Survivors are the widow,- Mrs. eva Kever Hasten, of the ·me; his mother. Mrs". Maude allowfield of Terre Haute three brothers. Charlie ol reencastle. Ind.; Rex of White nd, Ind., and Gene of River de, Calif., and two sisters. Mrs erniece Pedigo and Miss [elba-Hasketl of Terre Haute, Kline ral servi c e will be al ' m. Wednesday at Sisco unerat : Chapel with burial In 1m Springs Cemetery ROSS RAHN Siloam Springs-Ross Melvin ahn, 61, of Route 3., Siloan wrings, died, this morning a horne* Born Ma 17 191- Florence,. Kan., the son o ess and Iris Piker Rahn. hi a farmer and a veierai f World War II. Survivors.are the widow, Mrs lice Thompson Rabn o E ' l h ome; three .sons, .William b fichita, ,Kan.. ,. Robert . o .rkansas City. Kan,; and Phili ; of Springfield, Mo.; tw aughters, Mrs. Anna Scott c xford. Kan. and Mrs. Janic l u l l ; of ,- Omaha, :Neb. rother. Wilford, of . Arkansa 'ity; his mother of Arkansa City and 14 grandchildren. Funeral and burial will be i Arkansas City with loca .rrangcmenls b \ Wasso ·'uheral Home. ORVIL MCDONALD Benlonville -- Orvil. .Melv: McDonald.; 60, of Cerijerto: diftd Monday in ' th,» ; Gravel Medical Center. Born Aug. 2 1915 in Forrest, N.M., the so of George E. and Gertrud Hawkins'McDonald-he was mechanic and a Baptist ! Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Opal Helsley McDonald of the lome l« o sons Melvin of L o w l l and Thomas of ravette; three daughters, Mrs. Betty Hawkins ;of Centerton, Mrs:-Wanda-Napier of Decalur and Miss Becky McDonald of the home: two brothers and one sister all of New Mexico and 14 grandchildren, $3.3 Million Claim Declared Valid, Secure i I v * BATESVILLE. Ark. CAP) -claim for $3.3 million by Ihc insas Cit\ Ufe Insurance Co Kansas City, -Mo.,- against now defunct W. F. Hurley of N c w p n r t was declared valid a n d - s e c u r e " . Monday by erieral Bankruptcy Referee i«rles W. Baker of Little ock. Baker's ruling inducted pay icnl of 8}i per cent interest as equested by , the insurance ompany's attorneys, Kahsns City Life loaned-Hurl, about $3 : million V against ome 'bf ? the l a n d s formerly wned by Ihe Newport com- my and part ot its holdings in e Diaz, Gin Co. The company as f i r s t mortgage on the prop rties Also allowed-by" Baker was a [aim for ' · $118,000 ; pi-is 9 per ent interest filed'by the First latisnal Bank of Batesville on note assumed, b y - t h e Hurley rm in October 1971 Baker Iso allowed 70 claims totaling bout $w 000 From New porl rea soybean owners. Al] of .the", soybean' pard Monda were represented j NPV, port altornej David lodges There are about 300 laimants in the proceedings T h e hnd in question 15 onh art of nearly 14,000 acres con- rolled by : the Hurley'-firm, arid s related companies before its oil apse in February 197,i Sojbean farmers m Jackson \hrte and Independence conn LCS said last c.ar the companv voulri hot release some 3fiO,000 ushels of soybeans 'stored iie Hurley facilities, Shortly after litigation began ast March, state Sen. W; K. Ingram of West Memphis w a s ap pointed trustee in the case Since then he has arranged he sale of *w ODO bushels of oj beans at a cost of $1 2 mil ion to the Ralston Purina Co of Memphis Area - News ' ,' 'Briefs Ring Stol«n ,1* A mail's diftmond wedding r i n g was reported stolen from mobile, home occupied Slierrl Bongam of 2a75 W SI sometime during t h e past weekend, I h c w o m a n '"told r police Monday thai the ring; valued at J400, " w a s taken wh'er someone entered her Lnlocket trailer, WSI Scheduled Water. safety instructor raining'' courses are scheduled o be held Saturday ftnd Sundai al Ihe f a j e t l e v i U e YouA Center. The retraining Mill be giveri rom 9 a m until 1 p m on Saturday and from.9 a.m. unli 12 nooi and 1 p.m. to .7 p.m on Sunday. The course is req'uired for-al M'ater: safety 'instructors, .fcnc - lo be taken.this year.- ai cording to a Red Cross official Interested persons may ..a the Red Cross office at W 4 '9 for further information. CB Radio Stolen . 1 ouie ^Rousc of the VU M o b i l e Home Park lol Fayetleville police Monday tha a 'citizen's hand raJio wa stolen [rom his car Sunda night while the car v\as parkif at his home. Sow Stolen ' Pegg\ Robillard of 401 I Lewis A \ e told Fayetteull poice ^fOTK^av that a Rockwe Skill Sa» wa^ stolen from Ih rear of her apartment Sunda nig U Lavender Seeks Meetinq To Stop Cache Project Pryor Designates Pollution Department UTTLE ROCK (AP) -- Go; 3and Pryor said M o n d a y he lad designated the state Pollu :ion Control and Ecology De partment as the agency resnon Slble for all water quall'j man ag,°ment planning outside four major metropolitan areas the slate. Pryor made his comments in letters to John C. White. ; of. Dallas regional administrator of the federal Environmental Pro- lectjon Agency; Pryor also. said he wanted to designate, the Fort Smith. .Little Rock -North .Little Rock .arid Pine Bluff metropolitan areas for special water qualitj man agement .planning: u n d e r . - l h e federal ! Water ·'. Control^ Act Amendrnenls of 1972. He -said- they qualifieiJ !for Judge Will Throw-Oul Bear Case T E X A R K A N A Ark (AP) -- Attornej G Wilbam La\end said Monday he had not had a meeting with the stale Game and Fish Commission yet to discuss an appeal of-the suit to half the Cache River-Bayou De View'channelization project. Lavender is the atlornej for environmentalists who want lo halt' Ihe_· Corps of .Engineers '"l CARLISLE. Pa, (AP) udge has indicated he will irow out the case, ol a man ·ho . accused , . the , tfeformcd lemioriile Church of wrecking family and hurting his arming business by shunning iim. ' R o b e r t Boar, » an --ex- :oniinutiicaled member of the :h irch filed suit seeking lo tall the Metmonite doctrine of avoidance, commonly,.known as shunning Shunning requires hurch members to limit their d e a l i n g s «ith an ex- -ommunicaled member. Bear said the shunning re quircmeuL applied l o h i s w i t * well as to other church members. She and their six children have left him. Gail Bear and the children now resident a home she own. 1 n 1 C a m p ' H i l l , near Hnrrishiirg Pa. Bear is-allowed to visit the children, He said the 1972 communication and shunning occurred because he criticized certain .'church doctrines anc leaders including his wife s another, a bishop v ·But''as' final arguments in the c ase we re pre sentcd M onda y Cumberland Court Judge Clin ton R. Weidner said Bear's problems were his own fault Weidner said it will be se\ efal,.weeks before he'rules.-Ho said he was surprised that case had been returned to him by the PennsyIvania Supremi Court; He said h e v f e l t the' higher c o u r t - t h o u g h t ; , B e a r ' s , lawsui 'should be thrown, out; because he brought this all 1 oh him self. The judge, m a d e - t h a t com ment during an interview after a - court - session, but -,he^ hat' made., .similar remarks in ope'i co ift Monday \\ eidner ruled against Bea_ last i ear and the case was ap pealed If Weidner sticks tc th ruling, the case could a g a i be i appealed to the state -Su preme Court, But '-Bear dicated,.-Monday, t h a t . he .doe not plan another appeal Two Injured In Two-Car! Accident A two-car accident ' i n l i n e block of North College Avenue Monday afternixin caused minor injuries lo two persons. Police idcLilifE/Ml the En.iurct as George: T. . V'a'rncs, fiO, of Route G. n i u r M r s . Georgia K. Brooks, 37 t ot 111 Fletcher SI. Neither w a s scrlouslj i n j u i c d in IP 4:35 |),in. accident. Mrs. Brooks told, police that le was sLopnctl, soiilhbonndf; in e c°htcr contniuotis leftjirje ailing lo pull mlo traific when ic accident occurred. She l said - - t h e -car- - d r i v e n Farncs. w h i c h was .not' htxnmd, entered the left t u r n a lie and hit her cir liend on Farnes is charged w i t h m i n g \\hi\f intoMcaleri* He ntered a plea of fiuiltj lo the h a r g e this morning in aj ellev life Municipal Court nd was fined $17-1.75 by Judge who also driver s because^ they water quality status under thft lau had ''substantial control; problems project He said he hoped, el with Ihe commission Missing Patient Remains Mystery SAPULPA. Okla (AP) _ Th whereabouts ot o 7 j e a r o l r t Al I Bicentennial Parade Set The student body of Jelfersin School will singe n Bicentennial inrnclc t i n i n I h c n lo Now ' Wednesday A n r o k i a m on HID Scjtnip \ \ i l l bi-gin nt I 30 [ m in tronlW i r/ivlewiiiK slawl lo.be erected on Ilia cast side of llic Old Post Olhcc RmWiiiK g i m i n t l s The patriotic jirogratn will ...cluilo skits, sons? anil plerigo n( allegiance, lo Hie flaglj licharri A. uspencled Wells, Fames icense tor a 90 da period Youth Arrested On Suspicion Of Stealing- -Washington County Sheriff Herb'Marshall, accompanied by v teartu of sheriff s f in estimators arrested an 18 j p i r jld West Fork man late Monday a f t e r n o o n on suspicion of it°ahng a tractor hst March .5 from the West Fork K and J Contracting compim t , Marshall', said 'today that,, the i-i.500 tractor was recovered in he arrest which took place nt 510 p m on a f i r m between West F o r k and D e \ i l s Den Sheriff s ImestSgators s^ld .hit ;a second, mart'. Is being qu n slipncd for his [ ossihle lafticipalion in the t h e f t of ..the ractor T h e Washington Counts prosecutor's ,, off tee 1 ; .said .charges of possession of stolen propert\ will probabj be filed tcxias a g a i n s t (he suspect in Washington Cnnnt Court He is c u r r e n L l j being held Washington Count Jail o $5,000 bond. Landfill To Accept Clean-Up Trash Free Oordon Cummings manafor ot the C ind I. Land f i l l announced Monda\ Uial Ihe lamltill off ' H » y «2C5 will pulicipate In the citv \ucta clcnnup bcinii liPld Lhis ucck Cunvminfis said Ihc landill will acc,-pl free of clnrgo anv l]ash llial Fas etlev ills citizens collect and carrj lo the lane.' 'I site Delegates Must File Approval Cards LITTLE ROCK \(AP,) - The hold o[ the stite Democratic mrlv s A[ftrmaU\e AC u i ximnrtiitee said Mondav f f r sons \\ho \\aiil to be^ delegalca o the parly's national · con- t e n t i o n must filei _ a p p r o \ f i l cards with Ihe .'state'headquar- ters b\ May 4 Bern irdme Wilson of Pocn- umtas said persons mtere,ted in being delegates should cop tact- the state Democratic Vnd- quarters or their coantj cnai* mn I h e 26 delegates lo thi con vehlion will be^chosen atia-.spe- cial state convention after the Ma\ 7 o Democritic primar\ b ach of the four Demoi ratio presidential candiates running in the A r k a n s a s ..primary^ will be allotted delegates m proper lion lo Ins popular \ote^ in ha slate i i P r o s p e c t i \ e delegates pledged to one of the four cm didale or unco mm it feel m ist SE nd appi o \ a l caids to the stale, headquarters. Antennas Stolen Whit W : ' F o w l k e s o f - 1 6 4 0 ' L'uhsfd'r'd- Ave. loldl Fayelteville police . .Monday r ' t h a t . .three citizen s band radio antennas were . stolen ' f r o m .two' cars parked al his home Sinidii or Mo nd ay EVEREST It JENNINGS WHEELCHAIRS FOLDS T 0 10' E ill* Slim re Visitation will bp from 5-8 p m. today al Burns , Funeral Chapel with, funeral and burial in Tucumcari, N.M Dfriicton of Fuhtn\ Strvk* 521^5000 as-, a result of urban-industrial concentrations- and, other fac- 3rs. Until Pryor's" action Monday the ; Texarkana area was- the only .one rfesignaled, tor special planning under Section · 20fl of th,° federal law A federal Judaic .'ruled in June that Section 'OS \vater q u a l i t y management plnrinin'e \vas' re- q u i r e d in all areas of a state, not ju f lbo%P that nad hnen designated for special consideration by the governor SMITH, Malcolm Amos -Wednesday, 2:05 p.m. . Burk- shed Baptist Church. Rev. Cecil Garrison officiating, as sisted by Rev. Don Reed. In termeht, Burkshed Cemetery either a special called .meeting or- a t - t h e L commission's;-regular May meeting Lavender gaid he filed notice ol appeal last week with the 8th Circuit Court .of. Appeals : al St. Louis of a March 22 order b the suit: Lavender said a motion also would be filed seeking a.-lem porary mju nction to stop th P Corps from prb«ce*ding;With the project while the case is on ap Lavender had been scheduled .0 ; meet with the Game and Fish Commission, last "week at its m««ting ,at Mena, but bad weather prevented, him , from leaving Texarkana. He said there still was time for. Ih* 1 commission to Join the appeal if it-decided to do so. 'They; did not want ; t o t a k e an affirmative position with regard to'the appeal until \ had time to-meel with them,'' Lav ender said. He said the com' missioners .were merely..acting 'as good clients" in waiting to Sherman uho from a Sapulpa Fighting Inflation You won't have to pay tor a little work you can easily.do yourself chickens 1 if you instead buy , whole chicken talk* over the their attorney. situation with Lavender, also^said the 'Corps had scheduled a public hearing for May 20 at Brlnkley «s part of the process required before work -nan start. He said a representative parts, which a r e ! frequently]the plaintilfs would attend the more expensive per pound. meting. THIS MAN SHOULD BE YOUR NEXT GOVERNOR. Meet Jim Lindsey, Wednesday, April 28 at 8:00 P.M. on KFSM, Channel 5, Fort Smith FOR YOUR GOVERNOR Prtl. *rf piH loi by U n d i t y for fio Boh ford, Ch»irm*r* r B o x 3 ] S 4 . M r n n r C o m m i l l f f, f Rnk/Arlunui 12200 walked , - - -F -. t .~ nursing home lasl December, remained a mystery today L a s t week", authorities thought they had found the Wgrjd War II \pteran, working on a chick.cn farm near the Ok. lahoma Arkansas border J But Monday they ware told hat the: man they had identified as Sherman was not Sherman after all. Mrs. Alford Sherman.said her- son, Allen, visited the f a r m following reports t h a t ' h e r husband was seen working there: [ Mrs Sherman said the man looked enough'like her husband lo be his turn But Airs Sherman said thje ·niari actually is someone else; When Creek County -Deputy Junior Hippy - a n d 'Sherman's relative-'got a closer look at Ihe man thought lo be Sherman Monday, they discovered · lh£ person w h o said he is Joseph Ollett is not the missing nurs ing home patient. Mrs. Sherman said Ihe man is .shorter t h a n - h e r husband, has' brown, n o t - b l u e eyes, has straight hair and does not have a lar#2 birthmark'on his,back as Sherman does. The couple who v o w n s ; . . t h e f a r m (old o f f i c i a l s they hari lak en the -man in when he arriver at their farm on foot and En a weakened'; state.- He was · em ployed 'doing odd jobs for Itv f a m i l y since thai Lime. Sherman was the sublect of a lengthy air andj.cround search after he (lisapoeared .from- the nursing home three days before Christmas. He was a .recent stroke.i victim who was k n o w n . t o have experienced, flashbacks, to .-his wartime .experiences; Famil members had ^peculated . lhal he h a d . . ( l e d under the illu ston that he was escaping from a German prison camp. Mrs. Sherman said rhe ha: not given up hope. "I.hope anc pray someone has my nusband, some good family." she said "I'm not going to Rive un- hope Maybe on,« of these days ? phone call will com* and it will be my husband." Purse Stolen Debbie Lair of 4188 W. 6th SI. told Vayetteville -police Monday that her purse, f con taining about $5 in cash, wa stolen from the' FiiyeUevil! Public "Library on East Dicksoi Street Monday afternoon. DO YOU KNOW JIM LINDSEY ? MEET HIM TOMORROW NIGHT AT 8 00 ON KFSM. CHANNEL 5 FT. SMITH bEndsey FOR YOUR GOVERNOR* -Stmdi; nrm^ ianto)rtrtal n4 TIM A*»»ClL-- h-ety t» tfc« v* for r*f*6lie». at an E«nl M«r« prhKrf ti tta ipiper M wriF w IK AP ~ difP^efrM. t)Mi *y t*rrm teily Ifc, TAtte m inr*wc« RECAP SPECIAL! GOODYEAR 4-600x13 3-775x15 4-700x13 12-885x15 YOUR CHOICE $OOO 8 Each GOOOYfAR SERViCE STOHES · 104' N. lost '· ''Fayetjeville.''* 442-6222' '..' : Mon. thru Frl. 7:30-5:00 · · Sal. '7:30-4:00 Q NATlCtNAL SELECTID MORTICIANS

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