Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 5, 1974 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, May 5, 1974
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Obituary M. B. FKKGUSON' S p r i n g d a l e -- M . B.i (Bedford) Ferguson, 73. of Bentonville. died Saturday in the Springriale hospital. Born April 23, 1901 at Corsicana. Texas, lie was a Seventh Day Advenlist and a retired poultry farmer. He is survived by the widow. Mrs. Laura Jones Ferguson of the home; one son, James B. of Dallas: one daughter, Mrs. Bill McMillan of Springdale; two sisters. Mrs. Vclma Buctiannan of Corsicana, Te.xas. and Mrs. Vernon Sampson of Garland, Te.xqs, and five grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Sisco Funeral Chapel with burial in the him Springs Cemetery. VIRGIL E. THOMPSON Springdale _ Virgil K , ,V,T? S , 0 "',, "· ° r fXvcUevillc', died .Saturday in a Fayetleville hospital. Born Nov. 26 1916 in Morris, Okla., he was a velcran of World War H and a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Dorcen Claypool Thompson of the home; three sons, Stanley of Fayetteville; Anthony of the ITS. Army and Dennis of the home; one daughter, Gail of the home: three brothers, Marion of Tahlcqnah, OUIa.. Oscar of Enid, Okla., and Kenneth of Houston. Tex.; six sisters, Mrs. John Wesley of Holdcnville, Okla.. Mrs. John Keeton of Tahlequah ,Mrs. Beulah H a n k i n s and Mrs Laverne Cook of Fay- etleville. Mrs. Albert Whilfield of Anaheim, Calif., and Mrs. Eddie Pelers of Toledo, Ohio, and one grandchild. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Sisco Funeral Chapel. Nov. 27. 1511 nt Vaughn, he was a Presbyterian. He is survived by the widow, Mrs. Pauline True Motley of the home; one daughter. Mrs. Robert Macon of Tulsa; one son Joe Thomas of Vaughn and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Callison- McKinncy Funeral Home with burial in the Barren Cemetery. JAMES MOTLEY Bentonville -- James Howard Motley. G2, of V a u g h n , died Saturday at his home. Born MRS. MARY O'BRIEN Rogers -- Mrs. Mary Ruth O'Brien. 81, of Rogers, died Saturday in the Rogers hospital Born Sept. 29, 1892 at Finley, Ohio, she was a Catholic. She is survived by the husband. Robert O'Brien of the home; three daughters. Mrs. Lee Dean of Pine Bluff. Sister Patricia O'Brien of Oklahoma City and Mrs. A. 0. Trimp 'of Long Beach, Calif.; eight grandchildren and 15 great- grandchildren. Rosary services will be at 7:30 p.m. Sunday at the Callison Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral mass will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday at St. Vincent DePaul Catholic Church with burial in the St. etc Man Held A!!er High-Speed Chase A21-yearold Wesley man is ofing held in the Washington County J a i l following a high- speed chase and a collision with a Stale Police car near Prairie Grove early Saturday morning. Jerry L. Ingmorc,"21, is being held in lieu of $1,311.25 bond. He is charged with driving while intoxicated oti drugs, failure lo yield to an emergcncj vehicle and driving on a sus pended driver's license. Tropcr Chuck Webb said ho observed Ingmire r a v e l i n g eas on Hwy. 62 through Prairie Grove at a high rate of speed Webb said he and Prairie Grove Police Chief Lee Terry gave chase At one point. Webb said Ingmire was clocked in excess of 90 miles per hour. Webb said when Ingmirp failed lo respond lo the blue tights and siren, he pulled ii front of him and began slowing down. He s«id Ingmire then tried to weave back and forlh across Uie highway in an New Inventions . LONDON (Al) -- Two i n 1 ventions lhat detect buried hod- may help police f i n d any murder victims among persons who are reported missing and lever t u r n up again. A major dcctronics f i r m described one aid as K new type of aerial photography lhat detects when soil or foliage has bceti disturtwd. The other is a hand-held detector that identifies underground changes in soil compression. tcni|)t to pass him and hit the patrol car, went out of control and into a ditch. Webb said Ingmire got o u t of his car arid r a n , and was s t o ] p e d by Terry and Patrolman Harold Walker. tXPIHT WATCH REPAIR W W W V V SWIFTS Good Explanation WAUSAW (AP) -- IViee in odx reported [hey grabbed a nan ' w a l k i n g along a sired vcarijig only his socks, hut ho lenictl leing a slrcaker. lie .old Ihem the husband of a woman he had been visiting re- .urned at an inopportune lime. NorthwM* Arkormu TIMES, Sunday, May 5, 1974 · FAYETTCVILLX. AH *MS»» 3A Gangster Profits TOKYO (AP) -- Eleven thousand gangsters arrested in 1973 made a profit of about $45.6 m i l l i o n through illegal proc- tices, the national policet n- porlcd. They estimated lhat tht total haul from such crimes -including Ihose committed by gangsters still at large -- totlW ed more than $164 million. 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