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May 15, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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During The Rain ManMin H. Lowe, 77, of Route 4, tried lo miss a pool it wa- 'ler on Noilh College Avenue »Tuesdav and ended up on a teas pump al Spedee M a i l :»t 2341 N. College Avc. Lone ;sald he tried lo miss the water, collided with a truck and Ihe car went out of control. Fayetleville police said the accidenl occurred during the heaviest part of (he rainstorm. (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) Springdale Council Takes ISteps To Protect Cemetery : SPRINGDALE -- A petition Asking the city to stop the desu- treaUon of the Old Holcomb Cemetery aiul trespassing on Adjacent property ownors 1 land pvas presented lo the Springdale City Council at Its regular jyieeting Tuesday night. J Signed by 2G neighborhood residents, the petition noted $iat horses, motoreydcs mid ears go across the two acres 0f cemetery, trespassing on private land to gain access to $· '- Grave markers and mnnu.- frien Is \\ a ve been destroyed According to the petitioners. Mayor Park Phillips told the Council the city does not own the land east of Circle Drive, {jouthwest of the senior high school. :- Calling it "a shame" that the cemetery has been desecrated, Che mayor recognized that area residents have a problem. "But I don't know what we can Jegally do about it," he said. ·; City attorney Hurb Ray did not know what could be done except to see if a slate ordinance exists that prohibits the qesecralion of cemeteries \ NO TRESPASSING ; C o u n c i I m e n suggested ·rccting "no trespassing" signs qnd a fence along the perimeter of the graveyard. Ray said he did not think the city had the authority lo put up signs bu' added that he doubted anyone would object. He stated he did not think it would be legal for the city to spend money fencing private properly. A l d e r m a n J o e Robinson suggested the council "try to find funds to put fence arounc the cemetery if it is okay with t b c (adjacent) property owners.' 1 'Mayor Phillips noLing Hint the city now maintains Ihe grave yard said lie would like to see all the r e m a i n i n g monuments put together into one fencer area. He suggested the rest o the acreage be made into a park, P h i l l i p s suggested c o n demning the land because it i. t\ public nuisance with no one lo maintain it. Ray felt the lan would have lo be eondemuec as a public need. Phillips askec him lo see what legal solution! could be found. Meanwhile lie told stree superintendent Eldon Maxey U put up "no trespassing" sign today at all entrances to the gra veyard. He also asked th police to carefully patrol lh area in an effort to preven flirt her trespassing. Youth Bridge Invites Members Youth' Bridge, Inc. opens a embership drive today in an fort to build interest and immunity support (or the :pand«d youth services pro- am. Youth Bridge was created by e merger of Boy Land. Indian rail House and Youth Attcn- on Home to provide better cilities and services for iveniles. "A more complete ;habilitation service, rapid acement and determination of rograms best lilted to help ich individual youth is possi le now." said Don Bebee. irector of Youth Bridge. Miss Betty Lighton, member- hip chairman, said t h a t many rganizations and individuals re already members of one of e three group homes and utomatically become active cling members in Youth ridge. Each member, sponsor atron will receive a member- lip card entitling them to oting privileges at annual oard elections. "The Helping and" the quarterly newsletter ill also be sent to each coritri- utor. Miss Lighton, stressing the mportancc of the current icmbership d r i v e said. Although applications h a v e een made for federal funding o funds are yel. available sc e need for community support urgent." The increasing population ol ic county brings the need for \panded facililicsc and ser- ices. "The least we can do to sec that our young people eceive the help and care they ccd," she said. Youth Attention Home opener month ago and is acceptini ouths for short-term care am valuation. Boy Land at Win low and Indian Trail House al XveUcvillc will continue to perate as long-term homes There is a possibility, Bebee aid, that Indian Trail Housi rill be moved into a new loca ion as the present one is inade luate. A committee has been ppointed to look into new sites "We have a good start, bu te have far to go", said Mis .ighton adding that member hip should be considered a an investment for the futun ot only for the youths involvec lut for our own children ant ;randchildren. Any time we iclp to better our society re creating a belter environ mcnt and future for everyone.' Interested p e r s o n s ma ecome members of Yout! iridge. Various membership re available, including mem jership $10; contributing mem icrship $50; Sustaining Mem bership $100: Sponsor $500 am matron $1.000. Further information is avail able by writing P.O. Box 668 n Fayetteville. ·xrarr WATCH mr*in SWIFTS I7N«rtk Rim* St. THE PERFECT CLASSIC Pin dots make the coat shirt dress more delightful than ever. This versatile classic by Nassau Miss is fashioned in fully-lined washable Dacroon polyester and cottoon voile with braid trimming as the white collar and cuffs. Navy/white or Brown/ white. 12-20 and 14!/ 2 -22!/2. 28.00 Boston Stare III SHOP NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA NEW YORK STOCKS rk. Best Corp 8'i Tier. Tel Tel 47 rk La Gas 21% ildwin lO'/i ·ampbell Soup ·.. ..," 34 '/z «ntral S.W 14'A hrysler 16K )el Monle 20 Hards 151'. asco 914 G. Edwards VA merson 40% xxcn 76'/8 ord 50 rentier Air 614 en Growth 1414 en Motors .... 4614 ordon Jewelry 1014 tl. Harv 26V4 T-E Imperial 14% C Penney 72 evi Strauss : 1414 ing Ternco 91i arcor 2514 an Am World Air 3% rrillips Pctro 545s izza Corp ll',fe izza Hut 22% alston 45 ·afeivay 4214 5 831? cott Paper 151 lakespcare 6=1: Pacific M'/ii cxaco 26% ri State Mtrs 7'/4 'nion Carbide 4214 'nited Air 29 ictor 7K /al Mart 1611 rk. West Gas 13Tfc-14 : !i Kalion Vs-l'/s earney Natt S'/l-bH [inute Man }*. 'ioneer Foods S'/i-SI'i : K Porter 30%-31% In*. Register 1546 yson foods ..'. 1214-1. 'ellow Frt 4814.4914 AVERAGES nds dov/n 2.35 'rans down .35 :tils down -19 High School Given Area Recognition A certificate recognizing Fay- teville High School as ;i i:har- r member of the North Cenal. Association (NCA) has een a warded'the city school. Superintendent Harry ,Van- ergritf, announced the award the Honors Day Program at : high school Tuesday mar- ng. NCA was selected as the :gional accrediting agency in 924, and FHS has IKCII a ember in good standing (or fly years. Sweden Envoy WASHINGTON (AP) -- Robrt Strausz-Hupe has been worn in as the new U.S. envoy D Sweden, a post which has )«en unfilled for almost two ears. Strausz-Hupe, 71. was artmin- lered the oath of office on uesday. He said, "] anticipate hat my stay in Sweden will be pleasant and rewarding one " The new Swedish ambassa- or, Count Wilhelm Wachlmci. r, attended. APME Public Service Award Judges Named NEW YORK (AP) -- Richard 3. Smyser, president of Ihe As- ociated Press Managing Edi- ors Association. Tuesday an- ounced the panel of judges for he APME's annual Public Service Awards. Smyser, editor of the Oal lidger. Oak Ridge, Term., said he chairman of the awards vill be Wendell Phillippi. man aging editor of the Indianapolis \e\vs. Phillippi also will serve as one of the judges. The others will be Don Car ,er, executive editor of the Ma con, Ga., Telegraph and News: Gil Smith, executive editor of he Utica, N.Y., Observcr-Dis patch: William B. Dickinson ·etired executive editor of the 'hiladelphia Bulletin; and Johr Quinn. vice-president news lannett Co.. Inc. All five udges are past presidents ol COMMODITY OPENINGS uly Corn 2.6;ili . Soybeans S.SSVi jepl. Eggs 47.75 "uly Pork Bellies 31-12 iuly Wheat 3,5'! A Loaf of BREAD for only 27'? We've got it. Shipley's 1-Lb. Golden Crust White Bread. Denele's Two-Stop Hwy. 71 North West Fork, Ark. Nerthwnt Arfccmtat TIMES, W«A, May 15, 1*74 FAVCTTIVILLI, ARKANSAS AI'MK. The winners of the fourth annual awards will be announce November al the annua APME convention in Long Beach, Calif. The Boston Globe won the top award last year for series of stories on illega' gambling in Boston. Nixon Signs Legislation WASHINGTON (AP) -- Pros idcnt Nixon has signed legisla (ion setting up new programs tc help combat drug abuse and a! coholism. One bill signed by the Presi dent Tuesday launches a three year -$374 million program fo prevention and treatment of a coholism. to be directec through a new National In stitute on Alcohol Abuse. Another bill he signed creases the regulation of meth adone and other drugs used i; Notice Concerning the proposed sewerage disposal plant, the Illinois River Farmers Corporation urges all persons living along this river and its con tributaries to attend a meeting to keep our streams clean, at the Robertson Community House Friday, May 17lh r 1974 he treatment of narcotics addicts. The measure establishei new National Institute on Drug Abuse. Work of the new Institute! r i l l be coordinated by a new Alcohol. Drug Abuse and Menal Health Administration with.- n the Department of Health; Education and Welfare. 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