Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 27, 1976 · Page 2
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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 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 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 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 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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