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Northwwt Atkonwi TIMES, Sat., May 4, 1974 FAYITTIVILLI, A R K A N S A S Expires Today; SLA Is Silent SAN FRANCISCO {AP) -- A 4 million offer for the safe re urn of Patricia Hearst expired otlay with no sign of the newspaper heiress k i d n a p e d three nonlhs ago. The money, placed in escrow month ago by the Hearst Corp., reverted to the corporation when the Symbioncso liberation A r m y , which said it inducted the 20-year-old U n i - versity of California student rom her Berkeley a p a r t m e n t Feb. 4, ignored Friday's mid- Gurney, Press Push And Shove Over Questions OKI.ANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Sen. Edward Gurncy has had a , i-and-shovc malch with newsmen trying to question him about his indictment on charges of violating Florida election laws, One television reporter was hit on the bead by a cushion wielded by the Florida Republican, whose path was blocked several times by newsmen during the incident Friday. G u r n e y said later it is "a shir,TM these t h i n g s have to Ervin; Great Expletive Deleted Nixon Feared Kennedy 'Laying In Bushes' WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Nixon and his top aides feared that Sen. Edward Kennedy would lo exploit night deadline. Miss Hearst's father, news- Weather Forecast The n-calhcr Is expected lo IIP In the northern Rocky Moim- milder in Ihe Southeast, cool t a i n slates today Ihcre ill In the NoHhoasl anrt c n o 1 he slight prccipUatmn in Ihe Obituary F\Ut, J O H N MUF.LI.UR , Paul John Mueller, 80. Route 1, Winslow. died F r i d a y in a Fayetleville hospital. Born Dec. 11 '1893 at Springfield. Ohio, the son ot Paul F. and M a g g i e McLaren Mueller, he was a retired deputy sheriff of Washington County. He is survived tav '' n ther, R i c h a r d H. ' i ~" Mueller of Winslow; oi'.e niece and two nephews. Funeral service will be con ducted Monday at Z p.m. at Moore's Chapel with hurial ir N a t i o n a l Cemetery. CHAR1.1E L- LOLLAR Charlie L. Lollar. R2 of Phoe n i x . Ariz., died F r i d a y ir Phoenix hospital. Born Sept. 29 1891 in Madison County, he was a retired realtor and a former resident of Fayetleville. He is survived by his widow- Mrs. Sylvia Lollar of the home Ihree d a u g h t e r s ; two sons; am one sister. Mrs. I.ydia Winge of Kansas City, Mo. Funeral service will be Mon dav in Phoenix. Ariz. FRANK SIMS Springdale Frank Sims, ol Springdale died Friday .1 Springdalc Memorial Hospita Born Feb. 13. 1898 at Comploi A r k . , lie was the son of Jol: E. and isabelle Plumlee Sim. a member of the Church Christ, a Mason, retired from Jonos Truck Lines and a retire railway agent. Survivors are the widow. Mr Harriot Boone Sims of tl home: a d a u g h t e r . Mr?. Bet' Zr-ltner of Springdale: a stc son. Sanford Boone of Sprin. dale: a step-daughter, Mr Wanda Cram of Springdale: brother. Tom Sims of Porte ville Calif.; two sisters. Mi Cora Webb of Fairfield. Call and M r s . Sarah Jones Springdale: Ihrec grandchildr, ami one groat-grandchild. Funeral a r r a n g e m e n t s are be announced by Sisco Fnner Chapel. E R N I E B A U G H M A N Sprin^d;jle--F.rnie B a u g h m a 7fl. of F\ r ]yeUevil!e died tori r.\ W a s h i n s t ^ n Regional Medic Tenir-r. Born May 11. 1903 M;!rcr!ine, Mo . lie was a ' ;irpi car-pr-nler. S u r v i v o r s are tbree so: Homer of Tulsa. Franklin Haywood. Calif., and Fredri nf Dayton. Ohio: two daughters M r . R u t h Kric-r.s of Ponca City. O k : a . , and Mr?. Violet Denni? 20 grandchildren and f o u r eat-grandchildren, uneral arrangements will be noimced by Sisco Funeral a pel. EARLE I1ROWN Springdale--Karlc H. Brown, of Fayeiteville. died Friday Springdale Memorial Hos,al. Bo'rn Sept. 12, 1902 at union. A r k . , he was a mem r n[ the Methodist Church retired fanner, and a [ormci ember and o f f i c e r of the Ark s State Horticulture So · . Survivors arc the widow, Mrs da Robinson Brown of Ih oinc three sons. Stanley o ayelteville. Elvin of Clarks- ll'e and R i c h a r d of San An- mio. Tex.; a d a u g h t e r . Mrs. northwestern Great L a k es area. (AP Wirephoto) Scattered Freeze Moves Over U.S. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Freezing temperatures lay across northern Mississippi River Valley and Ihe upper Great Lakes today as thundershowers dampened parts of the sotilh central states and the Tennessee Valley. Heavy thunderstorms washed south central Texas, eastern Oklahoma and south- Arkansas. Light rains touched the northern Atlantic coast states and a few isolacd thundcrshow- ors splashed over the northern half of the Plains and t h e central Rockies a n d G r e a t Basin. Tornadoes were sighted Fri day nc-ar Bequette of two brothers. Douglas. Lester of Hot Springs, Ark., I-'orl Hood, Tex., and San An- .. . oquille. Ore. and Herbert of 1 .Ion. Calif.: a sister. Mrs. lira Harry of Dcnair, Calif.. lid six grandchildren. Funeral service will be at p.m. Monday at the Sisco 'uneral Chapel with burial in :ic White Oak Cemetery. MV11T1.U I.1ERF.RHNZ II rs. M y r t l e W. Uobcronz, CO, if Jonesboro. died this morning n Fayeltcvillc at the home of ler son, Harold Licbcrcnz, Fay- 'ttevillc city b u i l d i n g inspector. She was born Sept. 2. 1893 in ; a melt. She [s survived by two sons, larold of Fayeiteville and Robert of Mills. Wyo.; t w o tnindchiidren and one great- irandchild. Local arrangements will be iy Nelson Funeral home with uneral and burial in Jonesboro. lonio, Te.v.. with hailstones of varying si/es--'Some as big as golfballs. N'o injuries were reported. Fair skies prevailed over most of the nation. Temperatures before dawn ranged from 25 at Pension, Mich., to 76 at L u f k i n , Tex. paper executive Randolph A. Hearst, went to bed at his Hillsborough home two hours before the deadline. A family spokesman described him as disappointed. The SLA made no mention of the offer in its Last taped communication April 24. The Hearst Corp., of which Hearst is chairman, had offered the $4 million for a food istrinution program for the joor if Miss Hearst was re- eased unharmed. The development came a day ifter police and FBI agents located an abandoned apartment that apparently was the hideout of the kidnapers for two months. Just 14 blocks from FBI icadquarters, the cockroach-infested flat contained car keys and coats the FBI said might liave been used in the SLA bank robbery in which Miss Hearst carried a gun. The robbery came less than two weeks after she said in an April 3 communique that she had joined her kidnapers. KEYS FIT CAR Charles Bates, FBI agent in charge of the case, said one of the keys fitted a 1973 green *'ord station wagon seen leav- ng the b a n k . The car was ound abandoned several blocks rorn there. Agents said the apartment yielded clothing and acid- itained documents that could used as evidence. Acids had been poured into the bathtub and efforts had been made lo destroy papers, authorities said. The FBI took virtually everything out of the apartment for analysis. "There was just a wealth of everything you'd find in an apartment," said Bates. "There are a lot of leads in the material and we're continuing to go over it. We're still talking to people." Meanwhile, the owner of small corner market two blocks from the apartment said woman resembling Miss Hears had shopped there slightly more than a week ago." The owner, who declined t( release her name, said she tolc the woman t h a t she looked like Miss Hearst. She said the woman laughed and said, "A lot of people think that." When Bates was asked about reports t h a t Miss Hearst had K-en seen in the neighborhood, he said, "We've had all kinds of calls but nothing has t u r n e d up specifically from any of them." happen." Gurney. a member of the Senate Watergate committee, was in Orlando to open a conference on tourism and the energy crisis. It was his first appearance in Florida since his i n d i c t m e n t last week on charges of f a i l i n g lo report campaign funds collected on his b e h a l f . The confrontation occurred when G u r n e y refused to answer questions about the indictment. Gurney was pursued by TV film crews from two rational networks and several Centra! Florida stations and aboul a dozen olher newsmen as he made his way from a conference h a l l lo a car outside. Flrian Ross, a reporter for the Watergate a f f a i r for political purposes, according to transcripts of Watergate conversations. Kennedy did begin the original investigation and went as far as to subpoena some records and documents. But he decided against holding hearings, a spokesman said, for the very reason that they would appear politically motivated. "Sen. Kennedy thought the situation needed lo be looked into, but Sen. (Sam) Ervin also had subcommittees with jurisdiction and it was felt he would be the best choice to run a Senate investigation," the spokes- Ally. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy was ruthless and lhal former President Lyndon B. Johnson "believed lhat Bobby bugged him." In discussing Ihe formation of Ihe Senate Watergate committee, Dean suggested t h a t the administration could "make it Ihrough these things and minimal people will be hurt," and added that Ihe legislators "may even paint themselves as being such partisans and off base, that they are really d a m a g i n g unable to prove his claim. A spokesman for Ervin said the senator was picked to head the special Watergate committee not by Kennedy, but by Senate Majority Leader Mikke Mansfield, D-Mont., and the choice was unanimously ap- to the institutions' ment themselves." of govern- proved by the Democrat caucus in January 1973. As for Dash, he said, "there was no input from Kennedy. absolutely none." The chief counsel, he said, was recom- by a subcommittee WCKT-TV, said Gu.rney hit him with the cushion. News film backed Ross' claim. Other re- [xirters said G u r n e y and his aides pushed and shoved other newsmen in the hotel lobby. I don't know why these characters (newsmen) can't get he message they're tearing his country apart," Gurney told the conference at a later appearance. man said. The edited Watergate tape ranscripts released by the White House this week are aced with references that reveal the apparent preoccupation of Nixon and his close associates with Kennedy's xjlittcal manuevering. "Yes, I guess the Kennedy crowd is just laying in t h e bushes just wailing to make their move." President Nixon said to White House counsel John W. Dean III during ar Oval Office conversation Feb 1972. three weeks after the Senate's special committee was created with Ervin as chairman. JOHNSON BUGGED? In the same conversation, Nixon told Dean that former By Own Words, Hearst Writes SEATTLE (AP) -- William Randolph Hearst Jr. says tran- cripts of presidential conversa- ions "add up to as damning a ocumerit as it. is possible to maginc short of an actual in- Women Voters Plan Convention In California The League of Women Voters will bold their national convention May 6-10 in San Francisco, mended ..,, slaff consultant who was a law^.,. ^..TM...-. leaching colleague of Dash and Nixon: I f r a n k l y say lhal I knew WyepulaUon^^prose. would rather they would be partisan -- rather than for hem to have a facade of fairness and all the rest. Ervin always talks about his being a great constitulional lawyer (ex- aletve deletedo aa).He's got (Sc )lelive deleled). He's got (Sen. toward H,) Baker tolally toppled over to him. Ervin works harder lhan most of our southern gentlemen. Dean: I am convinced that he has shown that he is merely a puppet for whole thing. Ihe Kennedys is behind this whole hearing. There is no doubt about it ... LEAK TO PRESS Dean said he believed Sam Dash, the committee's chief counsel, had been selected by Kennedy and t o l d Nixon "I Ihink this is also something we will be able to quietly and slews' document. Leak this to the iress, and the parls and cast Jecome much more apparent." The transcripts show no fur:her discussion on Ihis subject and Dean apparently was Kennedy in this The f i n e hand of liclmcnl." The editor Calif. Mrs. Robbin Anderson, Ar- STARTS WEDNESDAY White of the Hearst newspapers said the conversa- ions reveal President Nixon as "with a moral blint spot" and make his impeach nent inevitable. Hearst, formerly an arden supporter of the President riafle the comments in an edi tonal in his Sunday column fo Hearst-owned newspapers i seven cilies. The Seattle Post Intelligencer carried the co umn on the front page of il early Sunday edition, publishec Friday night. The transcripls were released by Ihe White House Tuesday, in response (o a House Judiciary Committee subpoena for tape's of presidential conversions for use in the panel's impeachment Cut In Income Tax Predicted By Long WASHINGTON ( A P ) -- The c h a i r m a n of t h e Sennte Finance Co in mince has predicted Congress will pa?s nn income tax cut this year and President N i x o n "would be wi?f* to go alon:; wilh us." Sen, R u s ? e l l H. Long, D-La.. said in n tC'lovislon t a l k taped for cons t it u t cms he believe?; that a MX cir. \vculrt help (lie economy. T h e a d m i n i s t r a t i o n h a s voiced opposition lo any tax cut. "What f ,ve are soinc: to vote is s t r a i g h t f a x cut." Long pre- There may be Mansfield Visit Said Not Political LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Sen Mike Mansfield, D-HIont.. wil speak at a meeting of the Ar- \iinsas Bankers Association Tuesday at Hot Springs and the association's president said Mansfield's appearance carries no political implications. Mansfield, the Senate majority leader, \vill be accompanied by Sen. J. W. Fulbright, D- A'rk.. who is seeking re-election and is opposed by Gov. Dale Bumpers. Van Smith of Tuckcrman, as- sndation president, said he had not thought of any possible po- lilical overtones when he vited Mansfield. Smith said the bankers suggested Mansfield t a l k about the balance of power or lack of it -- between Congress and the President. He said he felt sure M a n s f i e l d would not allude to politics. Area News Briefs ansas League President, a n d Irs, C. M. Tompkins, president T the Washington County ^ague, will attend. Sirs. LeMon Clark will attend as a pecial guest of the board of lirectors. More than 1400 women arc expected to attend the 3Ist na- ional convention. Delegates vill select new national officers and determine the national ssucs the 155,000 member organization will concentrate on n the next two years. In addition to the program debate and convention business Mrs. Tompkins said, results of a national petition drive to gather more than 1.5 million signatures of citizens who favor a comprehensive law on campaign financing will be announced. A discussion and vote on League by-laws to determine if men will be admitted as full voting members and a rally in (CONTINllED FROM PAGE 1) liens President Nixon had about the time of the milk-price increase. They are seeking recordings of talks with Colson, Chotiner Ehrlichman and Treasury Sec relary John B. Connally, who pressed hard for a price in and who has been cuscd of laking $10.000 from dairymen in return for his help something Connally has deniec consistently. The letter. the ver- Moil Removed An incident of mail b e i n g removed from mail boxes at the Niblock Mobile Home Park Friday is being investigated by investigation. " T i p gang talking on tapes, even the censored sion, comes through in just that way -- a gang of racketeers talking over strategy in a jam- up situation," Hcars't wrote. He said the transcripts "reveal a man totally absorbed in the cheapest and sleaziest kind of conniving to preserve appearance and almost totally unconcerned with ethics. The man seems to have a moral blind spot." Hearst said it was astonishing t h a t Nixon made the ranscripls public with the belief they would exonerate him Amendment are on the agenda. H i s t o r i a n Henry Steele Commanger will speak at Ihe closing banquel. beh ;ing mei half of I t h e Equal R i g h t s which was sen April 19 and made public Fri day, was inlended to back up the Judiciary Committee's request Tor the [apes. House Looted Two guns, a television set, and a ring were taken In a break-in reported Friday at the home of Johnny Hodges, Route 2, Springdalc, Hodges said a .22 caliber automatic rifle, a .30 caliber army carbine, # color television set and a diamond ring valued at $1.000 were taken. Entry was gained by throwing a rock through a small window and unlocking it. HELP STAMP OUT STRANGERS None are quite »o alon« «s the stranger In town, or the newcomers to the neighborhood. Remember your last move ...howyou felt ai the moving van pulled away... ho* you more than haUwlshed you'd never come? Spar* your new neighbors feelings such as these. Let the Welcome Wagon Ho«te»s bring greetings and gifts to make them feel at home. Help stamp out »tr«ng«rs. Call Welcome Wagon today «t because "they may actually Fayetteville police. Clarence 0. Hammond lold . police that he had put four outgoing letters in his mailbox about 5 p.m. Thursday. Friday morninig he found those letters and several pieces of incoming m a i l scattered throughout ihe park. Hammond said the letters had been opened and the contents scattered about. A persona] check was found in a mudhole. Hammond said. Bankers watching the general are Kufbright-Bump- ers race closely. Jf Fulbright is defeated. Sen. John Sparkman, D Ala., probably would move from c h a i r m a n of the Banking, of of ' lorida and Wilbur of Ponca City: A u g i m i s a si.= ter. M r ? , of A r k a n s a s City. Housing and Committee to Tiil-a: two brothers. Floyd enough voles to override n veto if the President veioe? iL" jjkrrfrjtDtSt SlrfansiS Cimr* Fsurid*! !SSJ *i2 .v ret ATP. ar*tt*T1Ilr, Ark. 7 t!3U5 cud S--.1 I. Jaiy 4. ThiTiki Paij et raye-rtirtlE. Ait. MIIMBETtASSOCTATOl PHEW The A:iDC!2ted Press Is e-'.Ilif 1 exclusively lo L-.? css tor re;'jb::cB- titi-j o! *U Iocs) r.e-xs p.-r.!ed IT, thil resrspaper M ireil ei ell AP r*wi dlspeiches. 8CR«CTUIT1OV RATES ECKIive or.oter 1. 1973 per mcnti by carrf: Sir.z.e copy dai:5 p lt^ 8325 ^idaT Be C.9. MMJ ties. Art,* Adilr bo., O W U-: t months City Bo* Section I racnthi ill. MAO. I'AliZLE LV UIVAXCX . 1 8.30 . 16(0 . MOO - (0.00 , I ».» . lOO v a r r t committc-e 3 a p r o p o s a l by M, K e n n e d y , n a 5. Sfn«. Erin-Mas?.. D- Urban A f f a i r s Fulbriglit's seat araonnt to a conviction of crlrri- nal behavior.' 1 Hearst said the column was very tough" for him to write Perhaps the kindest way of putting it is t h a t they amount to an unwitting confession in which he stands convicted by his own words as a man who deliberately and repeatedly tried to keep the truth from the American p e o p 1 e," Hearst wrote. ACORN Endorses Pryor, Purcell LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The Political Action Committee of Arkansas Community Organizations for Reform Now has endorsed David H. Pryor in his bid for the Democalic nomi- naulion for governor. In a news release, the com- millee said Saturday t h a t it also had endorsed Joe Purcell of Bcriton in I h e Democratic race for lieutenant governor. The committee endorsed no one in the Democralic race for the U.S. Senate. Gov. Dale Bumpers is opposing incumbent J. W. Fulbright for the nomination. Committee members interviewed candidates or their representatives on April 27. In the lieutenant governor's race, those either interviewed or represented were Purcell. Kenneth Coffelt of Jacksonville and B. PeopJe Helping People Phone 443-5438 or 442-8111 Directors of Funeral Service Services; IJEBKKENZ, irra Myrtle W. -Sent [o Jonesboro, Arkansas lor services Bad Intermenl. WELCOME NEWCOMERSI UM thi» CMIpOR to Ut u» know you'r* Mr*. Mama Adtireftt City - t ) Clean *av« th. Wrioim Wagon Heit«» call an m«. | I wouid Ilk* la iiilnerSto to the H.W. Ark. TIMES ( I I alrtnly uibtcrib* lo th* TIMES. Fill out lh« coupon and mall to TIMES, Box O, Faytttevillt, Ark illlNUIIplll!llil!lll!lllll!Ulil[[l!!llll!!ll!!ll!ll]lllll!Dtnniill]m WHAT'S TO EAT AT SCHOOL NEXT WEEK? Menus Furnished by Area Schools as head of the Foreign Relations Committee. Sen. William Pro.xmirc, D- suc- the R a n k i n g Committee and he is Vandalism Reported V a n d a l i s m has been reported lo Fayelteville police by Tom Morris, manager of the R I D E service station at 357 N. College Ave. M o r r i s said eggs were thrown against the office w i n - Wis.. would be the likely cessor to Sparkman on Airliner Sought QUITO. Ecuador (AP) -- The Ecuadorian air force h a s ordered a massive search for a missing Alesa national airlines plane with 20 passengers and a crew of three on board. The Douglas C-47 disappeared Thursday afternoon during a short flight from the eastern jungles to the coast. D. "Doug" Rock. Brandon of Little dpws of the building night. Thursday Like A Sleeping Pill COS-CORD. N.H. (API - rrh'Mng t h r President'?; s r a n - c r i p t s of 'he Watergate lanes is "like t a k i n g a sleu'nin^ pill." Sen. Norris Cotton sav5. "It l a k e s so long to act the wheav out of the c h a f f . " t h e Netv Hampshire Republican told ne\vmen Friday. "It's terribly incoherent in places." Jenerally considered anti-e$tab- ibhniem and for the consumer. "He's not always been close to the brink in^ community," said Smith, However. Smith would not discus.; Proxmirc Further, saying he and other banker? did not want to "alienate Proxmirt*" in case he would become the next c h a i r m a n of he committee. Tope Player Stolen Geary Trout of R o u t e 6, Fay- etleville. has reported (he theft of a (ape player from his car. Trout told Fayetleville police Friday the car was locked and entry was gained by prying open a side vent. In the governor's race, former Gov. Orval E. Faubus was interviewed. Pryor was represented by Bill Wilson. The committee requires a 75 per cent vote for reporting endorsements in statewide races to Ihe 4,700 family member? of ACORN. Neither candidate in the Senate race got this percentage, the committee said. LINCOLN Monday: Chicken chow mein. buttered rice, broccoli, rolls and butter, fruit chill. Tuesday: Corn dogs, buttered carrots. English peas, cornbread and butter, fruit salad. Wednesday: Lasagna, corn cole slaw, rolls and butter. Thursday: Bar-B-Que chicken, butlered rice, mixed vegetables, cranberry sauce. Friday: Beef puttie on bun 'rcnch "fries w-catsup. l i m a beans, pineapple upside down cake. Motorist Treated Thomas Williams. 35. Route 2, Fayetteville. was treated by a physician Friday for injuries received in a three-car pile-up on Hwy. 62 a mile west of the MISSED YOUR PAPER? V/E'RE SORRY! If you cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHON'E 4«-624Z Dally S to 6:30 p.m. Saturuay 3 to 6 p.m, Sunday 8 to 9:30 t.B. Hwy. 71 bypass shortly after noon. Police said Williams' car was stopped behind a car driven by Glen Hmchens Marshal. 35 of 347 Ralston, Fayetteville. A car driven bv James Cornette, 17, o! Routs' 1. Farmington, struck the Williams car and pushed it into the Marshal car. Neither Marshal nor Cornette were injured. Cornette was cited for speed loo fast for conditions and no vehicle license. Purse Stolen Mrs. Susan Sweet of 5.15 N. Gregg Ave., told Fayetteville police Friday night t h a t her purse was stolen while she was shopping at the Northwest Arkansas Plaza. Mrs. Sweet said a clutch purse was taken from her shoulder bag. possibly while she watched television in the Sears store. The purse contained $13 in bills, some change, ten cheeks, and identification cards. Window Broken What was f i r s t thought lo be a break-in at Bill's Custom Floors store two miles west of Prairie Grove may be a case of vandalism. Prairie Grove marshal Lee Terry, investigating the inciden', early today, said a big plate glass window in the store has been broken out. M. William Fields CHARTERED LIFE UNDERWRITER IPECTRUM FINANCIAL IERVICE« The F5n«t in Life In*urtnc« Product! 309 Halheock Off:c« Building, 540 North Block 9t Telephone: 521-5173 FayetteviHi, Arlcansai 77M VOTE Democratic Primary MAY 28 'GUS' OSTMEYER COUNTY JUDGE FOR: Horwst Government Efficient Administration No Self-Serving Activities Pol. Ad P»!d For By GUI Ottmrrtr, Wub. County LAST DAT TO REGISTER MAT 7 SPRINUDAI.E Monday: Hamburger, frcnch fries, calsup. pickles and onion rings, ice cream. Tuesday: Spaghetti wilh mea sauce, tossed salad, grcei beans, celery slick, peanu bulter cookie. Wednesday: Fried chicke whipped polaloes, English peas jello. Thursday: Tacos, lettuce an omatoes, brown beans, corn jread. f r u i l . Friday: Cheese d o g , who! grain corn, cabbage sala ipplesauce cookies. Bread, butler and Va pir.l milk are served wilh all lun ches. ·' GREENLAND Monday: Hot dogs, bean spinach, pear halves, Tuesday: Meat loaf, mashe- potatoes, green beans, hot roll: pudding, cookies, Wednesday: Tacos, shoestrin potatoes, c o r n , lettuce salai" apple pie. T h u r s d a y : Chicken Noodles, black eyed pea salad, hot rolls, ice cream. Friday: Hamburgers, onion pickles, french fries, catsu jelto. All lunches are served wi milk and butter. WEST FORK Monday: Taco, cheese ttuce. lima beans, strawberry ortcake. Tuesday:Weiners beans, egtlable salad, apple sauce, ocolate cookies, corn bread, utter, milk. Wednesday: Fried chicken, ashed potatoes gravy, cole aw. hot sliced bread butler, leanut butter cookies. Thursday: Sloppy Joe Ham- urgers. frcnch fries i catsup, ettuce pickles, fruit jello. Friday: Chicken noodles. ngltsh peas, pineapple carrot ello salad, hot biscuit, butler, ilk. FAYETTEVIU.E Monday: Hot dog on b u n , rench fried potatoes, orange nice, chocolate cake, milk. Tuesday: Burrtlos with chili, iiitlereci corn, fruit sala' 1 hot oil, biilter, fudgesicle, milk. Wednesday: Hot turkey sand- vich, gravy, cranberry sauce, hon string polaloes. green alad. sugar cookie, milk. Thursday: Macaroni che T h u r s d a y : Macaroni cheese, deviled egg, bultered x;as cole slaw, cinnamon roil, milk. Friday: Chuck wagon steak, m a s h e d polaloes. buttered green beans, pull apart bread, chocolate pudding, milk. PRAIRIE GROVE Monday: Hot beef sandwich, whipped potatoes, green beans, yellow cake w-topping. milk. Tuesday: Tuna salad, on leltucc leaf, buttered corn, hot bread, butler, fruit cup, milk. Wednesday: Chili dog, french fries, catsup, tossed salad, apple sauce, vanilla wafer, milk, Thursday: Chili con carne w- beans, crackers, cabbage carrot salad, chilled juice, cinnamon roll, milk. Friday: Sloppy Joe burger, french fries, catsup, mexican beans, fruit, milk. imiiiiMiiHiniiiu^^

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