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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Won,, April 29, 1974 FAYITTIVILLI. AMKANSAI Obituary uiMiiiiiiiiiHiinnniHtiiinnniiiniiffliniiiiM^ Philip and Mnrty Lewis Melnerl. Survivors In addition to tlio parents arc a brother, Timothy BOY W. PETEK Springdalc -- Roy W. Peter 83, ot Sprlngdalo, died Sundaj In Springdalo Memorlnl Hospl till. Born July 10, 1890 In B l u f f City. Kan., the son of Henry and E l i z a b e t h Hell Stem Peter, ho was a Methodist ami a retired carpenter and millwright. Survivors include the widow, Mrs. JJdilh Palmer Peter of the home; two slop-sons Donald Walker of South Gale, Calif., of the home; (he mnternal grandfather, Kenneth Lewis of licrryvillo and the paternal grandparents, Mr, nnd Mrs. A. , , J. Mclncrt of Fayettovllle, Funeral mid burinl will and Billy Wis. Walker of Hartland. Funeral services will be 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Funeral Home Chapel Sisco ·; About 500 pcrsgns partlcl- .'lia(cd in the 20-mile Walk-a- · thon for (he March of Dimes , Saturday. The march began at Hog Heaven near Johnson and followed a route to Roll- Walk-d-thon Nets $7,500 ing Hills, Old Wire Road, Mission to Dlckson und then (o Faycltcville High School and then to the starting point. The march Included junior and senior high school stu- dents and adutls. It w a s sponsored by the Future Business Leaders of America clubs of Fayettevilfe a n d Springdale, (TIMESphoto hy Ray Gray) Area News Briefs Arson Found SPRINGDALE -- A house in the process of being torn down was set fire. Fire Chief Mickey Jackson said today. The Urban Renewal-owned house in the 500 block of Success Street was reported on fire about 9:40 p.m. Saturday. Jackson said the house, which was scheduled to be demolished, was being torn down and scrapped by a local contractor. Portions of the house, including the roof, had already b e e n removed. Firemen extinguished the blaze shortly after their arrival. recovered Sunday can, New Mexico. A 17-year-old in Tucum- Springdale Beer Stolen More than 30 cases of beer were taken in a break-in at Wood's Tavern in Tontitown Saturday night. Washington County authorities were told a front door had been broken open to gain entry. Theft Reported Wayne Knapton ot Route . Springdale, told Washington County Sheriff's deputies that a full set of wrenches, sockets a timing light, an inipacl wrench, a tool box and 15 gallons of gasoline were taken from his home Saturday night. Entry Gained SPRINGDALE -- William K. Wooldridge told police he found the door to his mobile home at 614 Old Wire Road had been pried open while he was at work late Friday or early Saturday. A screwdriver was youth was arrested by New Mexico police in connection with the theft. According to S p r i n g d a l e criminal investigator, Sgt. Mike Blocker, the Federal Bureau of Investigation will handle the case since it involves transporting a stolen motor vehicle across state lines. Cyclist Injured SPRINGDALE -- James M. Summins, 21, of 2100 Carlton St., is in satisfactory condition a t S p r i n g d a l e ' Memorial Hospital following a motorcycle accident Sunday evening. Cummins was riding in a field between Pleasant Street and Owners Asked To Help Stop Machine Thefts SPRINGDALE -- City police are asking businessmen to keep a careful watch on vending machine keys in an effort to stop a group of area youths who allegedly are regularly burial in Friendship Cemetery. MRS. EULA UERGA Springdale -- Mrs. Eula Overtoil Berga, 68, of Springdale died Sunday In Springdalc Memorial Hospital. Born May 14, 1305, in Springdale, the daughter of Thomas Edward and Nora Myrick Overlon, she was a member of Caudle Avenue Baptist Church. She is survived by a son, Raymond King ot Springdale; three brothers, Harvey. Ed and Dee Overtoil, all of Springdale; two sisters, Mrs. Hazel Hunt of Springdale and Mrs. Maxine Brisco of Paramount Calif.; two grandchildren and two-great- grandchpldren. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Wednesday in the chapel of Sisco Funeral Home with burial in Friendship Cemetery. RONALD MEINERT Ronald Meinert, 8, of Colorado Springs, Colo,, died April 27 in an automobile accident. He was born Aug. 26. 1Q65 in Colorado Springs, the son of Needf For Vocational Training Stressed By Governor Bumpers be ~ ·"·*· lnu U U 1 1 H I Will DC Wednesday in Colorado Springs, MHS. LENA~ROGERS Mrs. Lena M. Rogers. 83, ·ayeltcvillo, died Saturday i i ""-v* t / ( l t U * M U Y II. ?an? C " J! os P |lal - B °"i April 18, 1891 in Clay County, N. C., the daughter of Webb and Eady 'nylon Mostellcr, she was a "ember of tho church of nnst. Survivors are two sons, Bert and Raymon of Fayetteville- ive daughters. Mrs. Lucille -Birmingham and Mrs. Edna r homns of Fayetteville, Mrs lewel Harriman of Japton. Mrs. Mildred Button of Midland, Tex p"hi ^ r» na Jolms ° n of San ri nbl r' C , a , llf ' : three brothers, Charlie Mosteller of Haskell Okla.. George Mosteller of Morris Okla. and Elbert Mosteller of Independence. Kan.; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Ridley of Haskell, Mrs. Eliza Hogan of Tulsa and Mrs Ola McGee of Muskogee, Okla · 12 grandchildren and 12 great- grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Center Street Church of Christ with burial in Groce Cemetery under direction of Moore's Chapel The body will lie »n state from 1-2 p.m. Tuesday at the church. rt""'j «i», i c g u l t l L l y burglarizing the machines at Circle Drive when he parently lost control of his vehicle. No police reports were availiable on the accident. Radio Stolen Theft of a cassette tape player and FM radio from a car owned by Richard L. Clifton of 110 Stadium Dr. was reported to police Sunday. Clifton said the items were valued at $119. Theft Reported Jim Doling of Route 2, Fayetteville. told Fayetteville police Sunday evening that tools and a tackle box valued at $170 were taken from an unlocked section of his home Saturday morning. used to open the door, said. Nothing appeared missing. police to be Fire Razes SPRINGDALE -- A house on a dirt road about five miles east of Hwy. 71 burned to the ground Saturday afternoon. No one was inside the house, owned by Lee Mounce of Lowell. Cause and origin of the blaze are undetermined, according to Fire Chief Mickey Jackson. He said the house collapsed as soon as the fire department arrived after 1:30 p.m. Saturday. Garage Rifled . SPRINGDALE - Otis Smith, 209 Hitter Circle, reported his garage was burglarized while he was asleep late Saturday or early Sunday. Smith said there were pry marks on the garage door- Nothing appeared to be missing. Pistol Accident SPRINGDALE -- Some days it doesn't pay lo get out of bed. Sunday was such a morning for Harvey Henshaw, 24, of 1220 W. Huntsville Ave. As he picked up his pants to get dressed, a .25 caliber automatic pistol fell out of his pocket and discharged, hitting him in the thigh. Henshaw was treated night. Sgt. Mike investigator Blocker, criminal for Springdalc -- . --.. ou *,,. iu, *j|/l l l l g U c t l L police, has requested that store owners report immediately the theft of keys or burglaries of vending machines in order that other store owners can be notifie'd. Blocker pointed out that the keys are made to fit several machines, He suspects that 20 or so youths are involved in the key thefts and machinie burglaries. Most of the youths, seven of whom he has interviewed do not realize that stealing from a vending machine is specifically deemed a felony charge according to a state statute He said one boy admitted to 'rob- Formal Opening Sel Today For Youth Facility bin more than Springdale, his machine Bicycle Missing The front wheel of a 10-speed bicycle which . was chained to a post at the Winston Vickers home at 345 Highland was reported stolen between 2 a.m and 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Battery Stolen Riley A. Quick of 10 S. Willow St. told city police Sunday that a battery had been taken from a pickup truck parked at his residence. He said the hood was chained and locked but the lock had been sawed off. 25 businesses ,, -· a --.v, Fayetteville, Kogcrs and Bentonville. Blocker said businessmen are at fault when they do not report the theft of keys or burglary of machines. " Y o u t h (YAH), a Attention component Home, of the MRS. LAURA NAPIER Huntsville -- Mrs. Laura A. Napier, 75, of Route 1, Combs died April 26 at the Madison County Hospital. Born Mav 11 1898 at Patrick, the daughter' of Levi and Catherine Stewart Lackey, she was a member of the Church of Christ, Survivors are the husband, N. B. Napier of the home; one son, James of Combs; three daughters, Mrs. Ruby Arbuckie of Combs, Miss Ellen Napier of the home and Mrs. Vida Jordan By JAN! NOGGLK Of The TIMES Stnlf G o v e r n o r Dale Bumpers emphasized the need for technical training in high schools at the dedication of four mobile education vans Sunday afternoon in Greenland. The vans are a project of the Boston Mountain Educational Cooperative, directed by E. P. Rothrock, entitled Vocational E d u c a t i o n Group Action (VEGA). High Schools in Elkins. West Fork, Greenland nnd St. Paul will participate in the program. A van will be located at each school for a semester. The vans will then rotate so that in a two will year period, each school offer training in four technical areas. Approximately 120 persons including area school officials and industry representatives who developed educational equipment used In the van attended. "Small towns are the greatest places to grow up in this country," s t a t e d Bumpers after introductions by Bill linmscy, state ropi'osontntivo , Prairie Grove. "Wo linv peculiar problems but we luiV peculiar lifestyles which etui the youngsters to copo wli problems they face as adults, added Bumpers. The governor stressed th effective rural education . c a o n l y be done throug cooperative effort. SKILLS STRESSED Skills needed in technical an p r o f e s s i o n a l areas wei stressed by Bumpers, who sa: "in the future more persons wi not need college degrees to g job but will have to hav skill." He added tht academics should not be min mized in the need tor a we rounded education. the national level, Bum stated, We need bigge On investments in career an occupational trades." He cite the national transition from agrarian economy to industria and to post-industrial economy "It is our place to plac employment goal demands o people and we have no busines training 30 auto mechanic Young Demos Hear State Candidates, Endorse None One was man, after burglarized several .times, finally changed ocks .but did not report the theft to police, Blocker said The machine, with new locks still continued to be burglarized thief . h a d ' a key New Minimum Wage To Begin Wednesday LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- 5m- ployes of federal, state and local governments and domestic employes will be covered for the first time on Wednesday by provisions of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act. Both groups must be paid a minimum wage of SI.90 an hour beginning Wednesday and $2 00 an hour by Jan. 1. 1975 By Jan. 1, 1977, the hourly wage would be up to S2.30. The act also provides that they must be paid overtime because the to it also. Blocker suggested that store owners each night remove the money from vending machines. Police Recover Stolen Vehicle Fayetteville police recovered a stolen car early this morning two hours before the owner reported the car stolen. A 17- year-old Mablevale youth was taken into custody. Patrolman Randy Bradley and Sgt. Bud Dennis said they noticed the driver of a car acting strangely at 4:16 a m near Agri Park on Hwy 112' A search of the car turned up a checkbook belonging to Jerry L Higginbotham of the Villa Movile Home Park, who later reported the car stolen. Taken info custody was Jaren comprehensive juvenile services under Youth Bridge, Inc. opens today. Residents of Indian Trail House and Boy Land, the other two juvenile residential homes, participated Saturday in a workday to clean the grounds for the opening. Mr. and Mrs. Jean Kilgore have been selected as house parents for the new facility and moved into their living quarters a week ago. Both have had experinece in youth service programs. Kilgore worked with youths in a poverty area in St. Louis and Mrs. Kilgore taught and worked with Mexican-American children in Eagle Pass, Tex. and spent several summers as a camp counselor. Both have taught school. He is originally from Joplin, Mo. The houseparents will oversee the home management and work with the professional staff of Youth Bridge to find solutions for the problems of the youths sent to YAH. The of Wesley; two brothers, Sherman and John Lackey of Durham; two sisters. Miss Dovie Lackey and Mrs. Jessie Patrick of grandchildren grandchildren. Durham; and five eight great- Funeral service will be at 2 P- m - Tuesday at the Combs Church of Christ with burial in C o m b s Cemetery under directio nof Brashears Funeral Chapel. JAMES DENNY James H. Denny, 78, of Alma, died Sunday in a local hospital Born Sept. 16. 1B95 the son of John M. and Willie Clay Denny he was a veteran of World War LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Th Arkansas Young Democrats en dorsed no political Candida' during the group's annual con vention Saturday. Four years zgo. the Youn Democrats r.baudoned traditio and endorsed Dale Bumper over former Gov. Orval E Faubus for governor. Gov. Bumpers now is oppo: ing incumbent J. W. Fulbright' re-election bid. Both are Demo erats. Both men received ovation from the Young Democrats. S did former U.S. Rep. David H Pryor of Little Rock, who i seeking the Democratic nom nation for governor. Faubus also seeking that nomination got the lightest applause. Lt Gov. Bob C. Riley, another con program include testing. individual and family counseling and planning of a program for each resident. YAH will function as a short- term home. The other two homes will remain as long-term facilities, according to Don Bebee, director of Youth Bridge Inc. UA Campaign Workshop Set "How to Work for a Candi- late is the topic of a works Thursday at the University aren - Gookln. Charges of auto theft arc expected to be filed later in Washington Circuit Court against Gookin. He is currently free on $2,500 bond. Police said Higginbotham went to the Leverett Gardens Apartments to visit a friend at about didn't 10:30 p.m. notice the Springdale Memorial Hospital and released. Truck Is Recovered SPRINGDALE _ A 1968 light green Ford pickup truck stolen from John Hamilton's home at 1301 Shiple;, St. Saturday FcwncJed 1860 O2 N. East A re, FijelterlOe, Ark. "men Pabllrted dally Second CIHH Foifen Paid at FtyetloTUIe. Art. JtKMBER ASSOCIATED lli» Ajsodalsd Pr«j u .ntltled «. efculnJjr lo Ihe me for republics- tta ol all local newj ortnUfl In lh!t ne«JDaper M well M ,» AP *·* BCBSCRIPTIOJI BATK8 EBKIITM October 1. 197J Home nellrto Per month by carrier _ 13 25 Siutfe copy dolly lor, fmiir Bo V.S. Man In WiUtoslon, BMIOU, MadHon OtiD- U*i. Ark., A!a!r Co., Okl^.: 5 8 nofiihi _ citr BOX secttoa Oudide abort I monlhi .^ S moniij __ 1 TIAR I g gn * 1S 00 Sow io.00 , laoo M.M MTABUT, » compensation at time and a half of their regular pay rate for any hours in excess of 4C per week. In order to be covered, domestic employes must receive at least $50 during a quarter of the calendar year from their employer and must work at least eight hours a week in one or more households. Hospital Problems NEW YORK (AP) -- Critical lack of space and funds are the main problems for New York's psychiatric hospitals. According to Dr. Henry J. Schncer, president of (he New York State Hospitals Medical Alumni Assn. and associate professor of psychiatry at Downstate Medical Center (State University of New York) in Brooklyn. "Patients who need long-term transferred until 7 a.m. this morning. Sunday and car missing paign strategy, Jury care are currently to state hospitals. But these hospitals are releasing patients after very short stays in an attempt to reduce their census and focus on outpatient treatment. B a c k a t home, t h e patient finds the same circumstances and problems that originally precipitated his iiospi- lahzation. Wh.;n his disturbance again becomes severe, he is re- Burned to the municipal hospital. He is treated and discharged, or transferred lo a state hospital -- and again re- eased *ftcr a short time, only to be rehospitalized at a later date as he continues through this revolving-door sysijm." (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) this country." Stans was shedding tears of relief by the time the lengthy 15-count verdict had been read 1 ve been reborn," he told a newsman. "I w ,-,s innocent all along, hut it's good to have it confirmed." In Washington, Deputy White House Press Secretary Gerald Warren said of President Nixon: 'The President was very pleased for the two men and for their families." Sen. Sam J. Ervin, D-N C chairman of the Senate -Watergate committee, said he sees no connection between the verdict and future Watergate cases Each case stands on its own nouom. he said. Vesco, who was indicted with Stans and Mitchell end lives in exile in Costa Rica, called the verdict the "first fair verdict I ve heard in a long time v e r s y of Arkansas Union, Room M-417 The four-hour workshop will begin at 6:30 p.m. Dale Enoch of Conway. executive director of the .Arkansas Institute of Politics, will open the session with an overview of a modern political campaign. Walter Nunn, governmental affairs consultant of Little Rock will discuss campaign research and strategy. Mrs. Larry Wood of Fayetteville and John Elrod of Siloam Springs. Fellows of the Institute, will present a panel discussion on implementing cam- Survivors include one brother Harry E. of Virginia. Funeral and burial will be in Berryville, Va. with local arrangements b y Moore's Chapel. WILLIAM MYERS William P. Myers, 71, of Fay- ettevitle, , died Saturday in a local hospital. Born Sept. 16 1902 in Woolsey, the son ol William P. and Ella Mae West Myers,, he was a veteran ol World War II and a Baptist. Survivors are the widow, Mrs Ruth F. Myers of the home; two brothers, Col. C. S. Myers of Bentonville and Clarence H. of Cave Springs and four sisters, Mrs. Alfia Reid of Muskogee.Okla., Mrs. Nina Tilley of Fort Smith. Mrs. Grace Doolin of Wichita, Kan. and Mrs. Edna Brogdon of Springdale. Funeral service will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Moore's Chapel with burial in National Cemetery. develop- and communications, will conclude the work- ment. Enoch ... shop with a talk^on budgeting and fund-raising. Co-sponsoring the workshop with the Institute are the Washington County League of Women voters, Young Republicans and Young Democrats at the University of Arkansas. The non-partisan workshop is open to the public and thi re is no charge. Further inf«rma- V. on m n y be obtained by calling Mrs. Shelly Edelan, 521-2958. Kissinger (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) these topics in greater depth. The Soviets want the West to a ?, cc " t ,'hcir hegemony over the other Warsaw Pact countries but are ba king at the West's fh, ? J° r b r o a d c r entry there of Western bookv papers, journalists and John Gorecki Named Io FRL Who's Who John Gorecki, president of the Razorback Chapter of Phi Beta -.ambda. was named to "Who's Who in Arkansas PEL" when the group's state leadership conference was held at Marble r alls last weekend. Kay Dardin was named Miss Future Business Teacher and Mike Scott took the Mr. Future Business Leader award Other awards went to Larry Chipman, Paul Wacker and Mike Jones. They will represent Arkansas at the national PEL convention in San Francisco this summer R a z o r b a c k Chapter w a s honored for having the best chapter exhibit. One Highway Death John A. tender for the gubernatoria nomination, was welconux warmly by the Young Demo erats. He gave a light speech almost void of politics. Pryor again said Arkansan would make the decision in thi May 28 primary on whethe their state would move forwan or backward. Pryor said he wanted to help rid Arkansas of "the last gasp of our old political system.' Asked if he was referring to Faubus. a former six-term gov ernor, Pryor said he was refer ring to a system "or an atti tude, rather than to anyone in particular." Faubus said his record, good or bad, is "proper for dis cussion. _ "There is only one way to judge a candidate's ability for end's lone Jennen, the week- t r a f f i c fatality vic- ars. ncws- schol MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! H you cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONE 442-624Z Dally 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saluruay 3 to 6 p.m Suoday 8 to 9:30 a.m. McCloskcy said Kissinger an Oromyko also were reviewing several agreements, including scientific cooperation, expanded trade and arms control apart from nuclear weapons, that President Nixon and Soviet leader Leonid I. Brezhnev could sign when Nixon visits Moscow this summer. _ . - _ .. .,,..,, . . u n i t , iniauiy VIU- tim, was killed Friday night when he jumped from a police car on Interstate 30 near Little Rock, slate police said. Jennen was a prisoner being taken to Russellville city jail to face several misdcmeannor charges. Trooper Gary Robertson said Jcnncn was sitting alone in the hack scat of the car about 8:30 p.m. when he managed to free himself from the handcuffs a scat belt and a shoulder strap and jump out the right door. The car was traveling about SD miles per hour when Jennen jumped, Robertson said. SHOWERS MAY DAMPEN AREA The Associated Press Precipitation may move into Arkansas tonight. The National Weather Service said there is a chance of thunderstorms in the northwest portion of the s t a t e .tonight. The forecast calls for scattered showers and thundershowers across the state Tuesday. The Weather Service said there j s a 2 o per cent probability of precipitatfon tonight m the northwest portion of the state- There is a 40 per cent chance of rain in the same area Tuesday. The chance of rain In the remainder of the state is 30 per cent Tuesday Pressure was building this morning over the Great Basin and Northern Rockies was expected to gradually push a ow pressure trough and frontal _ system southeastward during the next two days Partly cloudy skies and warm temperatures are telecast across ths state through Tuesday. 6 the future. That is to examin what he has done in the past, make no apologies for my mis lakes and goofs." Faubus also said he did no plan to recreate his old organ ization, but planned to use few experienced people from i and augment it with young middle-aged people and peopl from "all walks of life." Fulbright, referring to his 3 years in the Senate and t Bumpers' statement that se niority should not be a con trolling factor in selecting com mittee chairmen, said, "If yo don't have a record, you tal about something else." Fulbright said the Unit« States government is not goin to collapse and that those wli think Congress "is underminet with termites" don't know wha they are talking about. Bumpers repeated his state ment that there are no nationa ?oals or national priorities. HI said he had not found any plan either in Congress or at the ex ecutiye level to deal with do mestic problems. "If the economic system col apses, the political system can't be far behind," Bumpers said. The President is crippled Bumpers said, and Congress has failed to fill the void. Greg Brown. 27. of Benlon, . aw student at the University of Arkansas, was elected presi dent of the Young Democrats le succeeds Kirby Smith III of -Htle Rock Sfafe Policeman Disarmed During Arrest Aflempf SEAHCY, Ark. (AP) - 'rooper Houston Talley of the state Police was disarmed and ired at five times with his own evolver Saturday, Lt. Jim Beach of the State Police said. Tally was not hit. Beach said the incident oc- urred after Talley stopped two ersons for a routine traffic heck. Two Judsonia residents were rrested in connection with the ncident, Beach said. White County officials said of- cial charges had not been led yet against the two. Beach said Talley stopped the wo on U.S. 67 near here. A scuffle broke out and Tally's revolver was taken. He lanaged to get to his patrol ar, grab a shotgun and call for ssistance. Talley held off the vo until other officers arrived. Beach said he did not know hat started the scuffle. The vestigation was continuing by ate Police and White County uthorities. when wo cun only use two In a particular areii," added Dumpers. "You have In this area, a relatively high drop out rate -and project VEGA will help poisons who lo not want academic careers. I think we owe It to High School youngsters to teach them a skill they can go into right out .of h i g h school," concluded Bumpers. Following the governor's address, a ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony was held. James Carter, superintendent of Prairie Grove Schools, performed the ceremony when Bumpers left for another speaking engagement. VANS DEDICATED Each of the vans was dedicated to persons active in the advancement of education and vocational training in the state. The motor mechanics van was dedicated to Governor Bumpers who said that it was the first time anything had been dedicated in his name. The electro-mechanic van was dedicated to John Bether of DCS Arc who served in the Arkansas House of Representatives from 1939-1872 and was active i n originating vocational technical schools. The graphic communications van was dedicated lo E. P. Hothrock for his work since 1969 with the Cooperative. The health occupation van waa dedicated to the late J., Marion Adams who was state director for vocational education for many years. .,,,.,,:,,,,,,.,,, ,,, . i Announcements Current Books Group of AAUW will meet at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in the home ot Mrs. J. F. Hyland, 220 E. Lafayette. Mrs. R. C. Frederick will be co-hostess and Mrs. Earl L. Brown will review "Upon Reflection," autobiography of Helen Hayes. J e f f e r s o n School Parent T e a c h e r Association .viil sponsor a spaghetti supper from i:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday at the school cafeteria. Tickets may be purchased from students or at the door. f ^c5- HELP STAMP OUT STRANGERS None are quite so alone as the stranger In town, or the newcomers to the neighborhood. Remember your last move ...howyou felt as the moving van pulled away... how you more than half wished you'd never come? Spar* your new neighbors feelings such as these. Let the Welcome Wagon Hostess bring greetings and gifts Jo make them feel at home. Help stamp out strangers. Call Welcome Wagon today hone 443.5438 or 442-8111 WELCOME NEWCOMERS! U» th'll coupon lo Iti U know you're h*r*. ftmmm Addrett , City I ) Pl»t* nav« th« Wtlcom* Wagon HocUis call on jn«, 1 would like to lubicribe I I la the N.W. Ark. TIMES I I already tubicrib* to lh« TIMES. ; Fill out th* coupon and mill to ' TIMES. Box D, Fa»eM«v!llt. ; Ark. , Journalist Dies , ENN1S. Tex (AP) - Richard McMurray, 68, a former editor n Associated Press news desks n New York and Dallas, died Sunday. He had retired in 1972. People Helping People J^lehon Director* of Funeral Service Services* MALL. Voilor -Tuesday. 10 n.m. Ch«p«l of Nelaon'i Funeral Home. Tho ncv. Euell Ixjtfii" orriclatlnf. Interment: McChrlttlan Family Cemelcry, Japton. CHURCH OF CHRIST Farmington. Arkansas GOSPEL MEETING APRIL 28-MAY 1 -- 7:30 NIGHTLY Evangelist: W. W. Heflin 4401 Windsor Dr., Ft. Smith, Ark. TOPICS: April 28 Let Your Light Shine for Christ April 29 God's Call To Repentance April 30 The New Birth Ma/ 1 If I Am Lost "Everyone Invited"

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