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NorHiWMt Arkansas TIMES, Thins., May 9, 1974 FAYVTTKVILLI. ARKANSAS Wins Scholarship Ann Schacler. a senior at Kayelteville High School i* the recipient ol scholarships from Ouichlta BaplW University and Arkansas S l a t e University at Jonesboro. Ann, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. . Don Schaefer, plans to major - In early childhood education. " She worked as a volunteer at l.evcrclt Kindergarten this past year and held membership In the m a t h cluh, Ihe language clnb and (he National Honor Society while in high school. 81 Marijuana Plants Are Burned Here Fayetteville police Wednesday morning revested a marijuana patch nn Old Wire Road near B u l t e r f l e l d School a n d destroyed a total of 81 small " marijuana plants. The patch was burned, following a raid April 25 and the plants d e s t r o y e d Wednesday h a d sprouted up since t h a t time. Police Sgt. Bud Dennis said this morning that a few of Lnc m a r i j u a n a plants usually sprout up after a field is hurned, but that he did not expect to find as many as he did. In tlie April 25 raid, authorities found more than 1,000 plants, along with an estimeted 700 seeds and gardening supplies. The plants were found in several cultivated beds, two of which were surrounded by rock walls. A small stream had also been dammed to provide a water lupply for the beds. Five Positions Filled At UA The a p p o i n t m e n t of five new faculty aniJ staff members at the University of Arkansas has lcen announced by Dr. Charles Oxford, i n l o i i m UofA president. The now f a c u l t y and staff members are; Joan R o b e r t s , library assistant in the University Library. M:s. Roberts has a bachelor of arts degree from the University and is scheduled to receive a master's degree She is working also on a master of library science degree from the University of Oklahoma at Norman. Her appointment is effective JLTH: 3 Joan C. Schmelzlc, reference librarian ,-!t Inc U n i v o r s i U / i b r a r y . M : ss Schmelzle, whose Tppointment i:, effective July 1, received her bachelor of art? legree from Clarke College in [)ubuque, Iowa, in 1970 and a master o' library science degree from Indiana Universit\ n Bloomington. Ind. Kenneth LeUoy Koeh, staf i h y s i c i n n with the Studen Health Service. Koehn received B.A, d[?srce from Phillips University in Enid, Okla., ant h i s M.D- degree f r o m t h e University of Oklahoma. He completed an internship in the P r e s b y t e r i a n Hospital i n Oklahoma Cily, and a residency in general practice at th' United States Public Health service Hoapilal in GaJveston Texas. He is married and ha three children. His appomtmen is effective May 16. Gerald F. Lafferty, assist an professor of health, physica education and recreation, graduate of the University o Iowa. L a f f e r t y received hi master of science degree frorr the University of South Dakota and nis Ph.D. from the Uni versity of U t a h . He is marrie and has two children. His ap ointment b effective with th beginning of the fall semester. T. W. Mapp professor in th School of Law. Mapp, who wi begin in the fall semester received hlg bachelor of arl degree From the University Rochester and a juris docto From the University of l l l t n o i He is married and has Hire children. Tyson Firms File Stale Tax Suit '-Tyson Foods. Tncr and Tyson Feeds. Inc., f i l e d suit Wed* nesday in Washington Circuit Court protesting an order to pay more than 550,000 in additional taxes. The suit is Filed against W a l l e r Skelton, assistant director of revenue in the state Department of Finance and Administration. According to the sujl Tyson Foods received a notice in October, 1973, that the company is liable for additional comp e n s a t i n g taxes totaling 55-U9.G2 for the period from July 1. J967 to July 31. 1973. Tyson Feeds was held liable at the wme time for an additional J2.62n.0-1 in gross receipts tax for the same period. The suit says a hearing wa.= hc-!d April 10, 1974 a f t e r the Tyson companies filed complaint and t h a t the companies were determined to be liable. The Tyson firms contend t h a t iome of the machinery and equipment on which the added taxes are levied hss been used to replace or expand poultry operations and "is therefore exempt under certain statutes. Other equiment. according to the suit, is used to prevent or reduce air and water pollution, find is also exempt. Local Students Display Work Works of six Fayetteville stu dents were among Ihos displayed recently in th housing and interior desig show hetd 1 at the University Arkansas art gallery. Students displaying wor were Lee Ann Do d son, Susa Parker, Katherine Fahoui Kris Ilanthorne, Robin McVe and Libby Parker. Works were selected by D Corn . McKown from "thre courses which are part of th University's new Housing [nterior design program withi :he Department of Horn Economics. Examples of weaving, ray t · a t i q u e , needlepoint, si screen, block print, macran and tie dye were shown fro the textiles class. Blueprints floor plans and exterL elevations came from the nous planning class. Mobile hom plans, house plans with furn lure arrangements, lightin layout and interior .selections wore shown dents in the sketches terior designs class. cole by st for i Mro Obituary KiHiiiraniiHiimniiiM MRS. A N N I E UROOKS Mrs Annie Opal Brooks, 15, Sapulpa, Okla.. died Tuesday Siipulpa. Born Sept. 20, 1893 Mountain View, the daughter Jim ant! Annie Home aberry, she was a member the Pentecostal Holiness hurch. Survivors arc the husband. ess Brooks of the home; three ns. Doyle of Westville. Okla., orence of Sapulpa and Dale Benicia, Calif.: one daughter. Irs. Juanita Shook of Tuba: I'D hrothers. Frank Mabcrry Siloam Springs and Henry aberry of Pareneville, Ore.: 1 x sisters. Mrs. Lizzie obinson and Mrs. Virgie N'eal Siloam Springs. Mrs. Ethel nderson. Mrs. Olive Herreman nd Mrs. Nellie Henderson of t. Helen. Ore. and Mrs. Eunice of Sacramento. Calif.: 20 randchildren and eight great- randchildren. Funeral service was to be al p.m. today at the Siloam nrinys Pentecostal Holine: Church with burial in Bell emetery under direction ol eson's Funeral Home. MRS. A N N I E GIBSON Lincoln -- Mrs. Annie Mabe! libson, 81, of Summers, died Vednesday in a Fayctleville ospital. iiorn Feb. 26. 1390 in ummers. the daughter of John Bud) and Hettie Alexander Jibson. she was a Methodist. Survivors are one son. Jame ;. of Summers: a half-sister .Irs. Eula Witt of Vinita, Okla. a half-brother, Roy Tennant o Vestvillc, Okla.: four grand :hi[riren and three great-grand hildren. Funeral service will be at a.m. Saturday at the Summer Methodist Church with burial i Gandervilte Cemetery tinrle direction of Luginbuel Funera iome. WILLIAM CARTE P r a i r i e G r o v e iVilliam L l o y d Carte, 57, o ioute 2. Prairie Grove, died a his home Wednesday. Bor April 22, 1917. the son of Samue and Ruth Pierce Carle, he wa veteran of World War II am member of the American Le gion. Survivors arc three brother: Lester of Russellville, Lacy c Prairie Grove and Herbert West Fork and two sisters. Mr: Mae Harrington and Mr: adys Hodges of Redwoo Valley, Calif. Graveside services will be a 2 p.m. Friday at the Garret Cemetery under direction c Luginbuel Funeral Home. DAVID K I N Z E R David Edward Kinder, on ·nonlh old son of James E. an l.oraine Eubanks Kinzer Route 2, Prairie Grove, die Wednesday in the Texas Chit ren's Hospital at Houston. ! was born April 6. in Fayett ville. Survivors in addition to th parents are the paternal gran' parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jam Kinzer Sr. of Prairie Grove; th maternal grandparents. M and Mrs. Paul Eubanks ' Springdale and the great-grani parents, Mr. and Mrs, Loy Kil zer of Fayeiteville and Mr. an Mrs. William Eubanks of Sprui Valley. Arrangements will ' be nounced by Moore's Chapel. MRS. DOROTHY DAVIS Sirs. Dorothy May Davis, 4 of Route 1, West Fork, die Wednesday in a local hospita Born Oct.'25, 19'M. the d a u g h l of Jasper B. and Minnie Ma Hill Butler, she was a mcmbi of the Church of Christ. Survivors are the husban Paul R. Davis of the horn one son. Joe Eubanks of Ca MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! U you cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHOVE Ul-SUt Daily 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturaey 3 to 6 p.m. Sucday 8 to 9:30 a.m. Ftx^i*3 155) X. CM 'it. trtot, Art. T5T3J L'.I? «n s^isr 1. Jiy 4 TiLTiariTls sootJ C.aji Pos^f* it Ftve MEMBER A9BOCUTO) R» Aiwdalei Prfti Li talltlei n. el^drely la toe t« tx republic*. RATER 9CJTI OKt*«r 1. out ^T mouth by c*rrr , ttlf OOpT d*Uy IOC. F2=£iy ato, Co., OK». · «·· 1 TXAJt I moctt. t TU* urn »n · Mb MAIL tUIMM Ol UVAJIO $iill0 parmaqi PH. 443-3486 1400 N. COLLEGE FAYETTEVILLE. ARK. 72701 ywui. OH HER DAY. SUNDAY, MAY 12" BUY NOW AND SAVE 20% on Our Beautiful Yorktowne Stoneware The Factory hai increased prices effective Moy 13th rnia; three daughters. Mrs. ancos Finch of Lakeland, a., Mrs. Tticlma Brady ol hcral. Kan. and Mrs. Betty ng of Sonora: her mother of i!d Knob; two brothers. Wai and Elza Butler or Bald nob and nine grandchildren. Funeral sen-ice will 'be at 2 m. S a t u r d a y at the Baptist ord Church with burial ' aptist Ford Ccmeterv under rection of Moore's Chapel. FOUNT ARMSTRONG Fount B. Armstrong. 96, rmerly of BentonviUe. died lesday in Odessa. Tex. Born ay 17. 1873 in C o r y ell ounty. Texas, he was a retired nchcr, a Methodist and a ason. Survivors are one daughter, rs. Barton L. Hunt of Cofiey lie. Kan. and one son. Founl . of Fort Worth, Tex. Graveside services will be 10 m. Saturday at the Benlon lie Cemetery under direction Callison-McKinney Funeral ome. H A R R Y SARGENT Rogers -- Harry W. Sargent 4. of Rogers, died Wcdnesda. the Rogers hospital. Born an. ID. 1310 in Hogers. he was wncr of Sargent's garage, a lethodist and a Mason. Survivors are the widow, Mrs orrna Sargent of the home an ne brother, Sprague of Rogers Funeral service will be 1 .m. Friday at Callison Funera 'hapel with burial in Roger Cemetery. MRS. LEO.NA SCOGIX Mrs. Lcona B. Scogin, 92. _ t. Paul, died Wednesday in the lunlsville hospital. Born Aug 8. 1881 in Kansas, the daughte f William and Zuba Bates Ba' ance, she was a member t he Church of Christ. She is survived by one son Richard E. of Corpus Christ ex. Graveside services will be a 0 a.m. Saturday at the Patric Cemetery under direction ([core's Chapel. iroup Petitions Against Plant Cites Pollution ACORN today filed for petition for leave to intervene s a party" before the Public crvico Commission procecd- gs in the joint application of outhweslern Electric Power ompany and Arkansas Eiec- ic Cooperative Corporation for certificate of environmental ompatability and public need State Highway Bids To Be Opened Bids will be opened May 2 oy the s t a t e Highway D( partment on approximately 6 miles of state Hwy. 265 betwee iwys. 45 and 68, S t a t e Sen Morriss Henry said today. The project consists grading, minor drainage stm ures, crushed stone base, h ·nix stabilized base and aspha tic concrete hot mix surface. Also included will be two cu verts. The successsful bidder will b ;xpected to complete contra in 181) working days. Estimatf cost is S909 000 coal-fired plant in electric Benton build enerating ounty. The petition, which was origi- ated by the executive board egional" Office in Fayetteville. nd endorsed bv the executive oard of ACORN'S statewide ffice in Little Rock, was highly ritical of the applicants' rejec- on of the use of sulfur dioxide emoval equipment on the pro- osed plant. "ACORN 1 believes that such evices are necessary to protect health and welfare of our onstituents, and that such evices are workable as demon- trated by experience else- vherc." ACORN representative ~eter Tooker said. ACORN r also expressed rcser ations about the increased osts to customers to finance ht S109 million plant, the possi- jility of serious water pollution, and the absence of a thorough irogram of energy conservation jy the applicants which mighl imit the need for the proposed ilant. Accompanying the petition a request for 30 days to expand in detail on its original comments. ACORN is a statewide mem bership organization composed if 4.3 affiliated local community organizations that are con cerned with the development and preservation of the quality of life of their low to moderat ncome families. Five ACORN community organizations ocated within a 25-mile radius of (he proposed coal-fired plant Campus Vandalism, Theft Is Reported The Department of P u b l i c Safety at t!i = University of Ar Kansas is investigating reporto incidents of thefts and van dalisin occurring on Wednesday night" A tire and wheel valued $90 were reported stolen from the right front of a car ownei by Lyle Hartz from the Yocun Hall parking lot Wednesda night. Hartz told DPS officer t h a t the tmef took the whee and set the car on concret blocks. Sherr Jury Finds For Coombes In Accident Suit A Washington Circuit Court jury Wednesday found no negligence on the part of E. F. Coombes. of Cedarville in a suit filed against him in May. 1972 by four Washington County residents. The Crawford county man was sued by Donnic Nelson, Shirley Beck, Charlene Watson, and Jerry Patrick, all Washington County residents at the time of an accident on Hwy. 62 west of aFrmington. May 3. 1869. According to the suit, the four had claimed that Coombes was negligent in obstructing the ad and t h a t the road was ob ructed both by Coombes uck and a horse that Coombes ad struck. The car driven b.\ elson struck Coombos' vehicle". ght. according to the original mp!aint. Nelson was seeking 55,000 for ersonal medical costs atK ",000 for damage to his vehi i. Each of the oiher plaintiffs as seeking So,000 m e d i c a osts. campu Reserve District No. 8 Garner of Fulbrigh Hall said the convertible top o her car was slashed while was parked on the Reid II a 1 parking lot Wednesday night. CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION OF~ an Slate No. 87 FayetteTille in the Stale of Arkansas 72701 and Domestic Siih janes at the close of business April 24, 1971, a sTM£Tbanldn nst.tution organized and operating under the banking laws o (his Mate and a member of the Federal Reserve System PuWis ed ui accordancei with a call made by lie State Banking Author ties and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this District. ASSETS Cash and due from banks U.S. Treasury securities ._' _ Obligations of other U.S. Govenunentlgencfes and corporations _ __ _ _ ? q j * ? m T G Obligations of States and rxrtiti^T'subdivfsionT; 4 614 317 0 Other securities (including $30,000 corporate stocks) G'JSig's Federal funds sold and securiites purchased o^.Jis.J under agreements to resell . __ ,,,,, ,,,. ., Other loans 200,000.01 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures ~and"ofher"~ ' '' assets representing bank premises 1 90' 639 7 Real estate owned other than bank premises """, ' "' i Other assets (including $262,671.62 direct lease "latmag) 1,219,364.8 $ 5,740,487.8 3,513,059.5 TOTAL ASSETS $46,023,063.4 _ J . LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships. and corporations _ __ $15 2^4 301 ( Time and savings deposits of indiridtiSsrpa'rtneVshin's ' ' ' and corporations _ 14^1,049. Deposits of United States Government 1 '25o'o67 8 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 7 456 958 (X Deposits of commercial banks 195'186 · Certified and officers' checks, etc. 287'759 ; TOTAL DEPOSITS £-10,072,322.07 ' (a) Total demand deposits S20.57D,722.37 fb) Total time and savings deposits,- $19,492,599.70 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreement to repurchase 500,000.0 Other liabilities 709,315.83 TOTAL LIABILITIES $4I,281,637.9C RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES Reserve for bad deht losses on loans (set up pursuant to'IRS rulings) $ 465,009.1 Reserves on securities 17,320.0 TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECUR1TIES$ 482,329.2 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital notes and debentures 1A% Capital Debentures due 12-31-77 $ 1,000,000.1 Equity Capital, total 3 ' 2 ^'^' : Common stock--total par value DOO.,000.1 (No. snares authorized 26,0flfl) (N'o. shares outstanding 20,000) Surplus _ - 1,250,000.01 Undivided profits 1,080,098. Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves 429,000.i $ 4,259,098.3 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AM) CAPITAL ACCOUNTS __ $46,023,065.4 MEMORANDA Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date $40,595,239.1 Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date $25,860,295.- I, Hayden Mcllroy, Chairman of the Board and President the above-named bank, do hereby declare that this report of co dition is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Hayden Mcllroy We, the undersigned directors, attest the correctness of th report of condition and declare that it has been examined by u and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct J. W. Gould, E. i. Ball, Ralph Goff, Directors State of Arkansas. County of Washington ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 6th day of May, 197 Regina C, Luper, Notary Public Uarkettes Appear P r o f e s s o r Kenneth allenger, director of the arkettes, a music group from e Department of Music at th nivcriity of Arkansas, ha wen notified by Columbia rtists of New York t h a t the arkettes will oppear in Vc-r on, Tex33, next year in tn ommunity concerts series. Stewart Opens Local Office David Stewart. 32. of Ran- i!lc. was on hand Wednesday o greet approximately 150 icrsons attending the opening if his Kayettcville campaign icadquarters. Former ileputv prosecuting attorney for Yf'.l County. S t e w a r t i s seeking the democratic nomination in the Third Congressional District, le is opposed by Bill Clinton of Fayettjville, James Scanlon of Greenland, and W. E. Rain- i-aler of Greenwood in the Ma 28 primaries. The winner of tne primary will challenge the incumbenl John Paul Hammerschmidt of Harrison, a Republican. Tor his seat in Congress. D u r i n g t h e afterspon ·eception in the old Price Patton building on the Fayette ville square, Stewart introduced Kerry Wylie as campaign coordinator for the local head quarters and appointed Mike Kirkland as youth campaign coordinator on the University o Arkansas campus. In general remarks to hi: supporters. Stewart said thi Democrats need to elect i person in the May primarie who can \vin at the polls in November. Th* TIMES It On Top of Th* Newi Seven Days a Week local Girl Hurt In Auto Mishap A Fayetteville girl w»j it'h'lv i n j u r e d Wednesday ght in a two car accident on o parking lot at the Northwest rkansas Plaza. The extent of or injuries could not be deter- incd. Kavctleville p o l i c e said ichelle D. Willoughby, 2, or outc C. was injured whan a ar driven by her father, Eiihu . Willoughby. 26, p u 1 1 e d in ·ont of a car driven by William '. Davenport, 18, of Route . Police said the accident oc- tirred in f r o n t of the Sears tore. Willoughby told police he as pulling out of the parking }l onto the main driv« in front the store when the accident jccurrcd- People Helping People Director* of Fuiwral S«rvk* Services* POST I ft, Mn. T*na W. -- Thun. day, 2:00 p.m. W«*t For* Christian Church. Rev. L. L. Kader officiattaf. InUnnent, Union Star Om«t«ry. ·ROOKS, Mra. Aim* Of* -Thursday 2:00 p,m, Siloam Springs Pentecostal RoHneai Church. Hev. Dewey WUUrd officiating. Interment, B*U Cemetery. SUPER QUARTER-POUND YOU GET MORE A T . . . mr QUICK SUPER Q 79' 100% Pure B««f Ground Fr«*h Doily' 1525 S. School Op«n 10:30 to 11 B . m . Sunday Hiru Thursday Friday ami Saturday 10=30 to 12 p. m .

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