Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 16, 1974 · Page 2
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Thursday, May 16, 1974
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Norttiwwt Arkanwi TIMES, Thurt., May 16, 1974 FAVCTTIVIILI. ARKANtAl (CONTINUZD moM PAGE osi) of their children. A baby was found safe under a bed where its mother--seven months pregnant--apparently had pushed it. A few minutes later Ihe gunmen said a cheery "Good morning, arc there any children inside?" (o the janitor at the village school. Then they shot him and charged into the building. Sleeping inside were more than 100 teen-agers f r o m a religious school at the nearby lown of Safad. They were touring Biblical sites in northern Galilee; several teachers were with them. 22 ESCAPE About 20 children, one of their teachers and their bus driver escaped by jumping from second-story windows. Then the guerrillas sent another of the adults out with Ihe list of prisoners whose freedom they demanded. They said if the government did not comply by 6 p.m., they would blow up the building and all those inside. Mrs. Meir was awakened at 6 a.m. with the news. Her cabinet met at 9 and stayed emergency session all day. Blood plasma and fleets of STUDENTS BITTEN BY STRAY DOG Three students at Washington Elementary School were bitten when a dog cam% into the school Wednesday. N'one of the bites were serious, The dog was picked up by the city dog catcher and is being held at the Animal Shelter for observation, according to school officials. Stray dogs around school buildings are a continuing problem. Owners of dogs are reminded the city's leash law which prohibits dogs from running at large, is being enforced. iiiiiiiiiiiinNiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiNiiiniimiiiMmiimiDiiiimiiiiig Deafness Problems To Be Studied Registration will open at 9 a.m. Saturday for the workshop on deafness and hearing impairment. PROF. BRYAN WEBB PROF. JAMES N. MOORE PROF. FREDERIC K. SPIES Police Teams For Shooting Match Chosen Teams have been selected by the Fayetteville Police Department to compete in shooting competition at the annual shooting match near Avoca on May 21, sponsored by the Northwest A r k a n s a s Peace O f f i c e r s Association. Selections for the two-four man t e a m s were made Wednesday following q u a l i f y i n g competition at the Department's pistol range, j u s t off east loth Street. The first team will consist of Patrolmen Steve Hamilton and Mark Whatley and Sgls. Jerry Surlcs and Bill Brooks. Q u a l i f y - ing for the second team were Sgt. Bob Jones. Patrolman fieorge C o f f m a n , Assistant Chief Glen Riggins and Patrolman David Preston. The two Fayetteville teams will compete for trophies with other police departments, the Slate Police and others. Training School Youths Apprehended Two escapees from the Ar Tcansas Boys Training School a Wrightsvillc were captured b; Fayetteville police Wednesday night at a home on South Urn versity Avenue. A pistol believed stolen recently near Little Rock, was recovered. The two were apprehended h Capt. Clint Hulchcns and Cri minal Investigator George Coff man a f t e r police received infor mation from an imidcntiriec source that they were in Fay etterille. Police identificid the youths a John G. Ford. 15. of Dermon a n d Daniel W. Quinn, 17, Prairiex-ille. The two came to Fayetteville police said, to visit a girl friem of Qirinn's, l i v i n g at the addres on South University Avenue Police said t h a i when the arrived at the home, the glr told them the two had not neei at the residence. Both suspect were found hiding in brush 01 the property. The revolver, identified as , Smith and Wesson .3fl caliber \vas found in a dresser d r a w e by another woman living in th home and turned over to police alon£ with 2G rounds of a m m n i t i o n . The two are being held a the FayeUcville city jail pen dins: arrival nf authorities fro W rights ville to transport then back to the t r a i n i n g school. Auto Clinic Robbed S P R I N G D A L E -- Ap prox innately S3t io S-50 wa t a k e n In a Tuesday night bu glary of Sherry's Auto" Clinic 210 Sunset Avenue. Accordin to police reports, an east side window was broken out above ihe lock to gain entry into the garage area. Several tools from the shop were UFSti to pry open the soft drink machine from which change was taken. About S20-J30 More t h a n 47 years of caching and research are re- resented by the recipients of le 13th annual F a c u l t y chievement A \r a r d s at ic University of Arkansas, :iich Will be presented May to .lames N. Moore, pro- essor of horticulture. Frederic Spies, professor of law, and 3ryan Webh. professor of elec- UA Aiumni To Honor Tkree rical engineering. The a w a r d s will he made at (he a n n u a l A l u m n i Luncheon in the Arkansas Union prior to spring commencement exercises. Each recipient will receive a check for $1.00(1 from the A l u m n i Association and a plaque from the UA Chapter of Blue Key, national honor fraternity- Previous to this year, the a w a r d has been for §51) f. D r. M oore, whose awa rd is for his research in plant breeding and genetics, is a native of Vilonia. A veteran of the Air Force, he completed his bachelor's degree in agriculture in 1956 and his master's degree in 1057 at the UA. Dr. Moore then went to R u t g e r s and earned his Ph.D. degree in 1961. He joined the United States Department of Agriculture staff at the Agri-Research Center in The Antique Airmen Gather Members of the newlj'-nr- ga nixed O/.nrks Aircriifiers, an organi/alicm dedicated Io antique and experimental airplanes, hold a hamburger fry in a f i t t i n g setting -- ;in air- crnff h a n g e r -- Tuesday night at Kn/.orliack Field hi Fay- etlevillc. Mcmilicrs elected officers and voted (o a f f i l i a t e w i t h Ihe national A n t i q u e Air- p l a n e Association. Officers are Boh Younfem of Fayetle- ville, president; John Nixon of Springdale, vice president; and Floyd Carl, Jr -of Fayetteville, secretary-treasurer. (TIMESpohto hy Ken Good) Obituary DANIEL STARR Dnniel Gene Starr, three-day old son of Carl Leon and Slieila R u I h Montgomery Starr, died today at a local hospital. Survivors, in addition to his parents, are one brother. Timothy of Uie home?; the paternal g r a n d f a t h e r , E a r E K. Star]- of Fayetteville a n d m a t e r n a l grandmother, Mrs. Rclty Lillte of Springdale, was stolen from business office. in the Fonr,d*3 1363 2L2 '. E»rt Lit. rajtttCTtQa, Art 7*TM P-j H1 ji rf daily- en a EuMar except Jaa'jerr 1, Ja^J t TbarJtsriv'j s i^l HTMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS Tb« Associated P.-*?i u eitl'Jed n- c!n^v*:y w the c*e for repa^a- tia- of an lxx\ ziCTfi prxUl ia thJi neirspaptr M well ar aU A_P f-wi dispetcbej. BTBSCRIPTIOX R1TFS eOicilv« Octob-; 1, 1373 Ptr rnoaUi t SLLZ copy IB Washlsgtoc, Bealoa, Malign U«, Art, A t l t ' r Cfe. Q*-U.; . l tso . M.Ofl . I »,9» . 1S.OC , S4.« to police report?. Dennis Upton an- Two Youths Held In Burglary Try SPRIXGDALE -- Two 16- year-old Springdale yoiutis we're a r r e s t e d Wednesday a n d charged with ihe burglary of t h r e e vend in? machine?; al D wight's L a u n d r y on Holcomb Street, The boys will appear in juvenile court. Accordim Patrolman .\\rivrt an a l a r m c a l l at the laundry about fi:45 a.Tn, Wed- n e s d a y and observed i « o hoys running f r o m the back door at h u = i n e ? s along the? railroad tracks, D u r i n c a chase or (be youth?. U p t o n apprehended one of the boys. The oihcr subject l a t e r rcparted to the city's prtlic? tie- partment t h a t he too had been involved in the burglary. lie w a s then arrowed. Pa'ice found t h r o e enmball m a c h i n e s broken off the stands and split open. All hut SI 1.91 in change had been t a k e n f r o m the machines o^ned by R and B Vending C o m p a n y , G r a v e s i d e services were scheduled at 2 p.m. today in Mount. C o m f o r t Cemetery under ;he direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. SIRS. M A R Y ROWE Mrs. Mary E t t a Rowc, !U, of Springdale, died in a Rogers nirsing home Wednesday, She was born May 15, 1883 in : .mi£!ey, A r k , r the daughter of Joint and Malinda Jane Lowery Lawless. She is survived by a son, liamld. of Denver. Colo.; two d t t u g h i e r s , Mrs. Willie R. Stevens of Springdale and Mrs. A u d r a M. Vann o[ Long Beach. C a l i f . ; two sisters Mrs. Molly Howe of Lebanon. Mo. and Mrs. Jane Royd of Pryor, Okia.; J l grand children and 15 great- g r a n d c h i l d r e n . Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. S a t u r d a y in t.he chapel of Xenon's Funeral Home w i t h burial in B l u f f Cemetery. A R C H I E MCCOY Ilmrsville -- Archie Lee Me- County To Take Bids For Road Improvements Washington County Judge Vo osier is hoping Eo take bid and let contracts next month for two major iinprovcmcn projects in the county... both of which will be funded in J u l j with the start of the new fisca ear. The county will receive ap proximately $170.000 in slat Tionies from the one cent fue .ax. which must he matched 40 pei' cent by the county. The Cov. of Hunfsvilic. died Sunday in the Madison County h o s p i t a l . HP was born Oct. 3. at Wesley, the son of Gregory and Rachel Johnson .McCoy. Survivors are Ihe widow, Mrs Daisy Hell McCoy of the home: one d a u g h t e r . .Mrs .Melha Sharp of Hunisville; one sister. Mrs, Lois Boatrigh! of Rrea, Calif.: one hrothcr. Merle of Rrea: one ;randchilt! and one great- F u n e r a l service will be at 2 p.m. S a t u r d a y at Brashears Chapel w i t h b u r i a l in Alabam Cemetery. Absentee Ballots Absentee bsllo:? a r e now a v a i l a b l e at the office nf Washington County Clerk Ruth Roberts. Voters may ballot in; person or mail the ballots back i to the County Clerk's office b y i May 28, ] Mrs. Roberis said a member I of a voter's f a m i l y can pick I up an absentee ballot with i written authorization f r o m the voter. May 21. next Tuesday, Is Ihe last d a y for tho=e \v'no wish to vote in the General ( R u n o f f ) Primary Election to register. The runoff election is June 11. Funerals W i l n c r M, (Bill) Rilfcr; pravesirie services 3 p.m. Fri- Bluff Cemelerv. money be used first t repave the twelve mile stretc! of roarl between P r a i r i e Grovi and Highway 16. Judge Lester was to reviei [hat road today with Highwa; Department engineer Johi Kizcr fo decide how mud overlay the road needs. The remainder of the stati money will be used to repavi t h e Lincoln-Highway Ifi r o a d heginning at the north end anr continuing to Lincoln -- o r unti the funds are exhausted. Lostc-r and Kizer were a]si Io review t h e Wheeler Bridpi site, where Ihe county plans ti = h i f t the bridge approaches ti :he east and construct a ne^ bridge through federal f u n d i n g That money -- granted on 70 per cent federal-30 per cen county basis -- a I s lable after July is thi become available a f t e r July 1 It is the county's h'resynitsioi U is the county's responsibility f o obtain the needed right-ol way for the project. UA Theft Reported Pam Stnrk of Fia^nrback Ha on the University of Arkansa campus told .Fayetteville polic today that a bracelet, a pendan and three rings, valuer! at $290 were taken from her room between noon and 1 p.m. Wed nesdav. M. William fields CHARTERED LIFE ON SPECTRUM 7TSAXOLU. SERVICES The Finest In Life Insurance Products CO Hstteocfc O.'fice BuIIJxz. 349 NorL 1 ! Block m. hone: 53-5173 FayeUer-Xfc Ir'iinju nM eHsville, Md., where he emained until January 1964 'hen he returned to the Univer- ity of Arkansas faculty. His primary duties are to Gvolop now varieties of f r u i t fops such as strawberries, rispcs, blackberries and pea- hes. There are two aspects F fruit production in which he s involved. One is to produce better variety of the eslab- shed crops in the state, and le second is to develop entirely ew crops fnr Arkansas that ave never been adaptable to he slate's climate, s o i l , or ther growing conditions. KESEARCH RECOGNITION' Professor Spies is being ionored for his outstanding chievement as a teacher and esearcher in the medico-legal ield. His knowledge in the reas of law as it pertains to be medical profession is a well- -ecofinizei fact among his olleagues, many of whom hold aw and medical degrees as veil. Spies is a native of Reading, 'a., earned his bachelor's degree from Dickinson College n Carlisle. Pa., and his juris doctor's degree from Dickinson School of Law. lie also earner master of law degree from New York University. Before joining the UA faculty n 1956, Spies was an assistan rofessor of law and law librar an at Dickinson School of Law ie has been full professor sinci 952. Spies also has served on thi 'acuities of three other univer sities as a visiting professor ouisiana Slate University. th late University of New Yorl at Buffalo, and the Universit of Oklahoma. In 1!)6(), Spies was the reci pient of tlie Arkansas Bar Association's Special Award fo Meritorious Service. From 1970 72, her served as president o the Arkansas State Conferenc of the American Association o University Professors. WEBB HONORED Professor Webb is being ionored for his o u t s t a n d i n g achievement as a teacher. Hi is a native of Alma and earner fi i s electrical engineering degree from the UA in 1949 He also holds a master's degre in electrical engineering, w h i c he received in 1950 from Purdu University. His first leaching experienc was as an instructor of electri cal engineering at the University of Florida from 1950 t 1952. He Joined Westinghous Electric Company in Sharon Pa., as a design engineer . 1952 and remained until 1955 That year he joined the U/ faculty as an assistant pro fessor In the College of En gineering. He was named fu professor in 1972. Webb has been recognized fo his outstanding abilities as classroom teacher on othe occasions. In 1965. he receive the "Excellence in Teachin Award" from the Western Eld Irk Fund of the Missouri-A kansas Section of the America Society for Engineering Educa lion. Glasses Stolen SPRINGDALE -- Rick Green 3502 Luvene Ave.. reported h sunglasses were stolen from a unlocked office desk drawe last week at the Tyson Fboc Processing Plant on Randa Road Green valued Ihe glasse at $30. County (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) greed' to the purchase of 13 sed pickup t r u c k s at a cost r $16,350. The low-mileage t r u c k s are to e purchased from a dealer in Vest Fork who had a number f government trucks in good ondition. The county had pre- iously purchased nine other rucks from the same dealer. County.Judge Vol Lester said le purchases would bring the ounty's inventory of depend ambulances were dispatched tc Maalot. Hospitals in the district were cleared for action. At 11:40 the terrorists said they wanted to negotiate with French Ambassador Jean Herly, but the diplomat needed a code signal by radio from agents of the guerrillas in Paris before they would talk Io him. The signal never arrived. The same thing happened Io Romanian Ambassador Ion Covici. "The coded password could not arrive in time," said Information Minister Shimon Peres. "The terrorists refused to ex:end (heir deadline to kill Ihe children." At 2:15 p.m.. the Israeli government announced that, for the first time in its history, it required pre-registration is and all interested ble trucks evel. to a satisfactory Open CONTINUED FROM PACE ONE) TC President's re-election cora- litEee. None of the committee mem- ers interviewed after the ses- ion said they heard any ethnic religious epithets on the a p e s . Published reports persons are invited to attend the day-long sessions at Ramay Junior High School. The workshop, dealing with problems faced by deaf persons, both children and adults, will bring together rehabilitation personnel, educator. 1 !, deaf individuals, parents of deaf children and and professionals vho deal with this handicap. The workshop is sponsored by Operation Arkansas Tripod. T r i p o d means "Toward Rehabilitation Involvement by Parents of the Deaf", would comply rillas' d e m a n d s . the guer- ehemently denied White House, had by said ecordings included such epi- hets. Members also .said the quali- y of the Sept. 15, tape was excellent, but that the June 30 ape was less clear. Two Cheerleading Workshops Planned The Department of Conferences in the Division of Continuing Education at the University of Arkansas is accepting applications now for the two sessions of the Razorback Cheerleading Workshops t h i s summer, according to Dr. Guy Nelson. Co-sponsored by the International Cheerleading Foundation and the Division of Continuing Education, the fourth annual workshops are expected to exceed all preceding sessions in enrollment. Cheerleaders have a choice of attending the first session July 15-19 or a second session to be held July 22-26. Electric Organ Reported Stolen "On the bodies of children. we do not light wars." said Mrs. Meir. The state radio broadcast the news in Hebrew, and the hostages translated it for their captors. "We thought we would be freed," said a blonde schoolgirl as she was carried to an a m b u l a n c e later. TAKEN FROM PRISON Twenty prisoners were t a k e n from prisons and sent to Bcn- Gurion Airport, where a Unilcri Nations plane waited to take them to Damascus. The gunmen shouted that they would free half the children when the prisoners reached their destination. The rest of the hostages would be taken with the gunmen on another plane to the Syrian capital and freed there. The government reluctantly agreed. The other three Arab prisoners whose freedom was demanded were brought to Maa- lot. Blindfolded. Ihey talked with the guerrillas through loudspeakers. The French and Romanian ambassadors awaited nearby. But no code word came from Paris or Bucharest "There was no doubt that the terrorists intended to carry out their plans and use t h e i r explosives by 6 o'clock." said Mrs. Meir. "So at 5:30 ihe Israeli Defense Forces went in." The attack was heard all over Israel, broadcast by the state radio. Pleads Guilty Pam Burroughs. 18, of Hwy. lli cast, pleaded guilty Wod- lesday in Washington" Circuit Court to charges of burglary and grand larceny. Miss Burroughs was accused in tlic break-in March 19 of the Baldwin Gate. Soft d r i n k s and potato chips were taken. Judge M a u p i n C u m m i n g s sentenced Hiss Burroughs to two years on the burglary charge with pronouncement of sentence deferred on good behavior. The grand larceny charge was reduced to petit larceny, and Miss Burroughs was sen- enced to four months in county jail on t h a t charge. Burglary and grand larceny charges against Kenny Barker M. of 222 E. Rock" St. and Billy Wiley, also of Fayetteville. arising from (he Baldwin burglary, were nolle prossed. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! If you cannot reach yonr TIMES carrier PHONE 442-6212 Dally 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturaay 3 to 6 p.m.- Suiday 8 to 9:30 a.m. SPRINGDALE A Hammond electric organ, valued at $2,900, was stolen from the home ot Ramona Christine Howard. 1003 N. Mill St.. Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning. According to police reports, Miss Howard was in the process of moving out of the Mill Street residence when the theft occurred. Entry was gained by smashing the front door window and then forcing it open, police said. Theft Reported Wayne Walker, of Hwy. east of Springdale, has reported the theft of a tape player and equipment from his car. W a l k e r told Washington County authorities that he had left his car a half mile east of the White River Bridge on Hwy. 68 Monday afternoon when it developed mechanical trouble. When he returned Wednesday a tape player and tapes, four hubcaps, and four "chrome-loo beauty rims" had been taken. Notice Concerning the proposed sewerage disposal plant, the Illinois River Farmers Corporation urges all persons living along this river and its contributaries to attend a meeting to keep our Hreams clean, at the Robertson Community House Friday, May 17fli, 1974 Grade Crossings Are Inspected SPRINGDALE -- Frisco Railroad officials met with Mayor Park Phillips Wednesday to inspect the grade crossings at the intersections of the railroad tracks and city streets. According to Mayor Phillips, R. S, Fuller of Frisco, agreed that the company should improve the crossings at every intersection through Springdale. Phillips said Fuller did not say when Frisco would begin work. The responsibility (or erecting flashing signal lights at railroad crossings is also believed to he Frisco's. Phillips said. He said Fuller agreed [hat his company was partially responsible hut wanted city assistance in such a project. Nothing was decided. JOIN ONE OF THESE EXCITING ADVENTURES MEXICO JKIM (-11 * (iayj visitinn Mexico City. Taxco, and Acapulco.-Don't delay on thia one -- only two weehs left to register. Tour HIKU Dr. Ashley H. Coflman, Professor of Music. Hendrix- College. Conway, Arkansas. Price from Little Hock--$429.00. «U*OFC Jity 11 - Aigurt U IS day« v-Uilins England, France, Italy. Switzerland, Germany and Holland. Group limited to 22. Tour Host: Rev. Charles G. Aaticraft, Minister of First Uni- fd Methods*! Church, Malvern, Arkansas. Price from New YorX--S899.00. BRITAIN .My 11 -- Amtmti l» 18 dayi visiting England. Wales. Scotland, and Holland. Group limited to 22. Tour Host: Dr. Ashley H. Coffman. Prict from New York--(899.00. HOCY t»MO (2 group*) November 20 -- M i December 26 -- January 4. lo day program .Tour Host: Rev. Charles G. Ashcraft. Price from New York--1599.00. People Helping People Director* of Funeral Serviu Services: STARR, Dinlet C«t* -- Graveside service.? 2:00 p.m. Thursday, Mt. Comfort Cemetery. Rev. Tommy Gibbs and Rev. S. E. Bruce officiating. ROWE. Mr,. Miry EH. _ Saturday. 2-M p.m. Chapel ot Nelson's Funeral Home. Rev. Cecil Garrison officiating. Jn- tenncnt. Bluff Cemetery. NO HAPPY HELLO... ... U ever quite equal to ttw warm welcome extended to newcomer* by the Welcom* Wagon Hostess. Her smile may be no brighter, her greeting no more cheerful, but she's made the welcome more a work of art than a mere greeting , . . complete with a galixy of gifts and helpful information en schools, churches, shop* and community facilities. So when a new neighbor moves In, follow up your happy hello with a Welcome Wagon greeting. A Hostess awaits your call at 443-543* or 4424111

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