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2 ·) N*rrhw»* Arkunni TIMES, Friday, May 17, 1974 rAYtTTIVILLK. ARKANSAS Obituary Chairman Jlrs. Mary McGclrick has been elected chairman of the Washington County Red Cross Chapter. The elections were held Thursday at the chapter office. She succeeds Bill Guase. Other officers are Col. Eugene Holmes, first vice chairman; M r s . Neil Fulton, second vice chairman; Mrs. Phil Phillips, secretary and Dr. Jack White, treasurer. Mrs. McGetrick. a member of the faculty of the .social welfare department at the University of Arkansas has had e.xten sive social work experience in both public and private agen- Logal Notice*-- IV THE ClfAN'CKRY COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY. A R K A N S A S LAURA COX. PETITIONER Vs. Kn, 7.M89 EX PARTR RESPONDENT NOTICE Frolic* Is hereby given thai th«r* hj__ been tiled In my office us clerlf o! Wash Inslon Counly, Arkansas, Chancery Court, a petition (or ths "confirmation of the title to: Fart North hail of the Soulh» - e»l quarter of the Northeast qrftrter of Section Iwcjity (20) In Township fourteen ( I I North of Ranite thirty-two ( 3 2 ) West described es fallows: Sefiinninjj at thi North weal corner of said twenty sere tract and running thence East four hundred (WOt feet; lb«n« South two hundred ten 210 fe*l; thence West (our hundrfi (400) feet; thence North two hundred ttn (210) feet lo lh pfaoe ot b*tfn ' three Jess And the quieting of the title to the same in Uiura Cos, petiliostr herein. Ail persons c l a i m i n g said lands, or ·ny !r,(cr«t therein, are hereby warned to appear En Ihe W a h l n g l c n County Chancery Court within four weeks from the dale of Uie lirst publication of Ihfs notice and show cause why till* ?hotild Tiol be confirmed 1n Laura Cox. Witness my hand ns clerk ol the Washington County Chun eery Court and the MA! thereof on lh« 13lh day of Mny, 1G74, ALMA KOLTA1EYER CHANCERY CI£RK By: Kathleen Harness, DC (span 4tc 17. ffl 30, 0 ing-, containing on« and ninety- hundredth! U.P3) acres, more or NOTICE TO PROSPECTIVE BID TIERS Notice Is hereby Riven that In pur- ·uaiic* to an oFler of ramt from the Federal Aviation Admmlsl ration for linnnclal asililancc to the City ot f a y - eltcvlllc. Arkerms. f o r the construction ol perimeter fencing it Drake Field Municipal Airport, seated bid* wttl be received at the office of the Purchasing Officer of Faye Neville, Arkansas, until Ul A.M. on May 24 1974. for the furnish I n n of alt tools, labor, equip men! and sup- pi IPS necessary lor the installation ol perimeter fencing at Drake Field Municipal Airport and Items related thereto. Tha location of (he work is ?et out !n the plans find spccllicallons on file \r\ th« office of the purriWJnng Officer, P.O. Drawer "F", Fftyeitcville, Arkansas 72701. All bids will be opened In the Board o( Directors' Room, City A d m l n f s - trallon Building, Fayellevllle, Arkansas, art the time set for re f Giving bids. All i^cEss.iry work, materials and every flem til construction shall br accordance wilh Ihe plans and speclli- catlons as prepared by " Copies of iha documents may be hart from the office ot Ihe I' urch as i n g Officei upon Ihe payment of Ihe sum of t w e n t y five dollflrs {25.001, said payment being refundable only lo unsuccessful bidders upon the return of nil bid documents specifications wilt be furnished to The contractors shall make sue speciion and studies of the site ot tlie work as lo thoroughly familiarize them »elvej v. 1th all conditions to be countered. Each bid must bo accompanied by a surely bond in. flie amount equal f i v e f«r cent 5 per cent) ol the whole bid. said bond to be Issued by a surely companv licensed to do business In the Slate of Arkansas, said bond to be retained as l i q u i d a t e d damages in case successful bidder (alls, neglect*, nr refuses to enter Into [he contract for th* construe! Ion of said \vorks. and f u r n i s h the necessary bonds within ten (10) days from and after the date and award is made. The succe.'slul bidder will be required lo furnish a performance and payment bond In favor of the C i t y of Fayetteville, Arkansas In fin amount equal to on* hundred per c e n t (10) per cent) of Ihe contract amount at th* time of CiLKN'X J O H N Sprintfdale -- Glenn L. John. 81. of K p r i n t f d n l e . tlietl Thursday at a local hospital. Born July 2, 1892 in livers, Kan., the son of George G r i f f i t h and Virginia Jackson John, he was a retired tanner, a former chairman of the board of the Cave Springs Cooperative, and a member ol the Church of Christ, Survivors arc the widow. Mrs. Kstcllc John of Springdale. two sons. Forrest F. of Springdale and John J. ot Oklahoma Cily. Okla.; four daughters, M r s . _c\vis Hell of fingers, M r s . Phurman Smith of Springdale, Mrs. Curt How ell of Evcrson. Wash., and Mrs. Cecil Sarratt f Gentry; one brother. Chaucer G. of Itascn, Tex.; one sister. Mrs. Kockla Voph of Buhler. K a n . ; 11 grandchildren and 23 real-grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 2 . m. M onday n t the Cn ve Springs Church of Christ with burial in Bluff Cemetery under the direction of Sisco Chapel. H A R O L D WIRT1I Hentonville -- Harold E. Wirlh, 7B. of Benlonvilte. died Wednesday in Rates hospital. He was b ' o r n Feb. 20, 1895 in Arkansas City, Kan. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Dewie Wirth of the home and one daughter, M r s . Mary Bunsen of Hermiston. Ore, Funeral and burial will be In K a n s a s City with local arrangements b y Callison- McKinney F u n e r a l Home. J. R A L P H BASSETT Bentonville -- J. Ralph Rasselt. fi7. of BcntonviMe. died this morning at Bates Hospital. Born Feb. 3. 1907 in Grcenu-ood. the son of Willie and Florence Dcarn Bassett, he was a retired telephone company employe and a Methodist. Survivors arc the widow, Mrs. Doroihy Gorman Bassett of the home; one son, Donald R. of W i c h i I a. Kan.; one d » i: g h t c r. Mrs. Bar-; barn Craft of Wichita; one sister, Mrs. Clyde Duncan of Glcndale. Ariz..; two brothers, Marshal] of Hazelwood, Mo. and S. D. of Jesup, Ga. and two grandchildren. A r r a n g e m e n t s will be announced by Burns Chapel. H E R B E R T GARY Herbert J. Gary. 92. nf Fay- eUeviUe. died Thursday in a local hospital. Born April 18, in London, England the son of Albert and Fanny Gary, he was a retired f u r n i t u r e mill foreman. Survivors are the widow. Mrs. Lillian home; New FHS Choralettes Selected Nine sludenfs at Faycfleville High School have hccn selected by Jiuililinn to membership In the CboralcUes. Next year's members of Iho girls' ensemble Hi reeled by Don Wrighl will he from left, Dol- Iv Ncely, Roliin Pearce, Karen Taylor, Joyce S"iilh, Shelly Faddis, Tamraie Garrett, Betsy Perkins, Dehhl Harvey and Terr! Hoskins. (TIMES- photo by Ray Gray) Area News Briefs Community School Plans For Variety Of Summer Classes Parker Gary of the one son, I larry of Del Alar. Calif.; one daughter, M r s . Frances Painter of Phoenix Ariz, and three grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 10 a.m, Saturday at Moore's Chapel with burial in Buckner Cemetery. Two Hwy 62 West Firms Are Ransacked Two adjacent biisinesses on Hwy. 62 west were broken inlo i n d ransacked sometime Thursday, Fayetteville police said today. Approximately $75 worth ol food, a portable television set, some cigarettes and an unde- ermined amount of tools were taken from Ted's Grocery Conoco, owned by Ted Williams. Police said entry was gained through the back door which was pried open with a large screw driver. File cabinets in the office of :he store were ransacked. The thief apparently used a dolly found near the building to haul the merchandise to a vehicle, police sairl. Manufacturers and Wholesale Giftware, located next to Ted's The dates ot May 27-June 7 have been set for the summer session of the Fayetteville Community School. Director Larry eVst said this is the f i r s t summer session for community education classes in ive years. I n t e r e s t e d persons have several options to register. Pre- rogistralon may be completed }y calling the Community Education Office 5ZI-8701; by writing P. 0. Box 849, Fayettc- ville or in person on the first night of the classes. All classes, except tennis anrl the "Kinder" gym, w i l l be conducted in the air-conditionec R a m a v Junior High Schoo' (RJHS). Ten persons are reuired for fees first each class to start, and will be accepted at the meeting. The organizational classes will be held at RJHS audi torium. Tuesday classes wil meet at 7 p.m. June 11 am Thursday classes at the same Grocery Conoco. broken into and the files ran sacked. Police said that the in- .ruder gained entry through a small bathroom window and left «n! propose ii contract is under su bjcct to Esc cutivc Order No . of Sepiembcr 24, I£OT, ar.d to the equal y.c - 10, 17 Lincoln-Highway 16 Road Gets Priority Washington County Judge Vol ^ester has given priority to the jincoln-Hwy. 16 road construction in the use of state 'unds this summer. Lester had said that the county tentatively planned to begin construction on a parallel road running from Prairie Grove to Hwy, 16. However, a f t e r reviewing the road Thursday with Highway Department engineer J o h n Ki/er, it \s-as recommended that the count\ begin w i t h the Lincoln route and then work on the Prairie Grove road with left-over funds, because tbe Lincoln roatl needs repair more urgently. Lester said road costs have risen so high that S17.000 in state money due the county 'rom the one cent gasoline tax, will pave only about ID miles o[ road. The Lincoln road is slightly more t h a n 10 miles. After that road is completed, the county will begin construction at Prairie Grove and w o r k north toward t h e Wedington area. It is hoped that construction hy a back door. The Lihby T. Simmons, nothing missing. also time on June 13. Classes scheduled belly dancing for women; wopc carving, adult guitar, beginning tole painting, adult beginnin needlepoint, advanced caki owner, found decorating, beginning drawing, advanced quilting, macrame, Rummage Sale Set- Northwest Arkansas Chapter of Parents Without Partners will sponsor a rummage sale from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday on the parking lot of the old Gibson's Store in Fayetteville. Proceeds will go for operating expenses. Further information may be obtained by calling 5215718 or 751-1133. Ex-Navy Personnel Kx-N r avy personnel on active duty between Oct. 1 and Dec. 31." 1972 can recover administratively withheld pay raises by filling out a form available at the N a v y Recruiting Station, according to NCI Jerry Wallis, local recruiter. include art sewing crochet School xonrr, FOR RTTI.»IT. IJQFOR I'FRMTT Notice i s hereto v jsiven that (he untlor siETietJ h*s filt-d w i t h Ihe Department cl Alcoholic Beverage Control nf ( h e Slate of Arkansas for B permit lo sol t p i r i i u c u J J . vinous f.nA mall litiuors si rtlfiil in Ixr earned out and n?! be nr. Bu on the a s can be^in the projects. summer on Pistol Is Stolen SPRJNGDALE Clarence \ . . t . WasSiir.gty, Co-jr;ty. Tre und*rs:gttcd .'tales thai he Is A ciDren of Arkansas, of ^wcl moral ch*racier, (hat he h^.i never boon c a n - j:2~.ed has been revoked wiih;^ f;ve 151 \ f z ! s IBM pal: ar.d ihal the iir.dor*:crvA lias ncser been convicted o' violaiine ihe la« * of t h i s Slaw, or flr.y nlficr Slate, relative lo Ihe sale of alcoholic liquors, j Application is Tor a permit to fcfl Issued for ojwrat'oa b e c i n n i n g on ttie first day ee July 197i. *nd to expire oa the atei day o! JUM. 1975. P.iVrr£:da Wfiat Knols Trade Nam? Jerris Duncan SR, Applicant Subscnbed and t^rorn to before me thi* 7lb city of May, 1974. El vie P. Ke:ney Notary Public My Commission Expires: I February 1P7S W JO, 17 Moore. 90fi W. Sunset, lold police hi? .^8 caliber pis to] was stolen from his truck Thursdav n i g h t - Moore said that while al the Pnlm Room lie lent his vo hide to t w o men wlir dro\'e it to the bowling alley ^ntl back The pun, valued at 580. was discovered misin2 a short time later. Tire Theft SPRINGDALE -- Vonila Wolfe, 716 Crouch St., reported Thursday the theft of a tire [rom the trunk of her car. Mrs. Wolfe said her car was p"''keci in (he garage of her residence Thursday when Ihe theft occurred. According to police ports, the locked trunk was pried open lo gain entry. Vandalism Reported Fayetteville police are ir vestigating an incident of vandalism at 353 St. Charle. owned by Paul Baxter of Baxter Lane- Baxter told police t h a t he has asked a renter to move out of the house. He said that before moving, the renter wrecked the house and tore up the furnishings. . rniture refinihing, beginning dult tennis and "Kinder Gym" pre-schop! chilcirc. The tennis classes be elt! at the high school tennis ourts and the "Kinder Gym" t Woodland Junior High School ymnasium. Secret UA (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) and nation, as a distinguished member of the Development Awards Given To Betty Lighten, Frances Nixon T w o oulstanding service citations were presented at the annual community services award banquet sponsored by Northwest Arkansas Regional Mental Health Association The presentations to Miss Betty Lighton of Fayetleville and Mrs. Frances Nixon of Berryville were made at the janquet held Thursday night at the Fayetteville Holiday Inn Dr. Miriam Ellis, awards chairman, commended Miss Lighten for her exceptiona 1 organizing ability in the establishment of the Ozark Giidance Center COGC) in Springdale. Miss Lighton served without pay as executive director until a full time director was employed. Again refusing remuneration, s h e served during an interval between directors. Dr. Ellis said "It is exaggeration to say we would still be without a mental health center in our region were it not for the dedication of Miss Lighton." Mrs. Nixon was cited for a wide range of activities which included chairmanship of the Carroll County Volunteer Action Corps; coordinator for daily contact w i t h nursing home clients, the disabled and shut- ins; assistance in organizing a county program similar to Meals on Wheels; work in the cancer crusade and coordination of volunteer services {or the OGC. She is also active in church work and a member of the board of directors of the mental health association. Mrs. Mary Ellis Duty of Rogers, preseident, introduced delegate to the National Board of. the Mental Health Association who reported on national CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONTi is old friend Roemer McPhee, o keep abreast of what his lunking is. He told Roemer he nought that Maury ought to ile a libel action. Nixon; Did he? After laughter by Haldeman, he President was quoted again as saying: "Good." Meyer said the Judiciary !ommiltee version of the conversation also differs in numerous instances on specific words used Council ot the University and as a long-time advocate of the instructional, research, and extension functions of its Division of Agriculture." Previously, the foundation established endowments such as the one announced Friday for chairs in cotton research and soybean research. The cotton chair, which is held by Dr. Bradford A, Waddle, was established in 1051 and supported by annual contributions by the foundation. The soybean chair was set up in 1968. It is held by Dr. Charles A. SluUe. Both chairs were given a permanent endowment by the foundation In 1972. The Althemier Foundation was established by the late Mr. Altheimcr in 1942. It derhv* its speakers including Mrs. McVey of Fayetteville, Kent state activities. Mrs. Ellis accomplishments of the regional association and reported on the summed up the A panel discussion concluded the program. Participants were Dr. Robert Johnson, OGC director; Dr. Virginia Krauft, Benlon Drive. County Bell Ringers Golf Award Greg Hays, son of Mr. a n d Mrs. J. 0. Hays, is the recipient of an athletic scholarship in golf. Greg, a senior at J'ayettevllle High School, will study business administration at the University of Oklahoma. He is a three year Letterman, holds membership in the Key Club and has participated In the school's athletic program during his Ugh school career. Scanlon Senses Lack Of Trust In Government America's crying need is for competent people to run for public office, and this need is reflected bv the major concern of voters' in the Third Congressional D i s t r i c t for honesty of candidates, according to Democratic candidate James A. Scanlon. Scanlon said that questions asked tiim repeatedly on tours throughout the district such as "Will you still be an honest man when you've been in Congress for two years?" and "Will you forget the people at home once you get lo Washin- as U.S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT: 0,'fice of the D'strcl DlrecWr of Internal Revenue, Little Rock, Arkansas, M, _ , \y~i\\ The foiloninp described persor.a! properly K'.itA from Allen E. Merlin. A1'J Concrete Conjirucilon, Route 5, F *tteville, Arifnsas under levy i'suet! for the nonpayment ot «swsjcd Mxcs d"e will t« sold «I PubMtr Auction provided Jn Section 6335 of the Internal Revenue Cod« of 19M. lo b* held at the Sf'.l Service Boet Store re, Hwy, OK5 Eait (On* mile «ftsl of Hwy. " ' Spnncdlt, Arkansas at 1:00 p.m. on W*y M, 197*: On* Wiiwman " concret* finlJhla* machine, seriaE 457 W3. Or* -- CJiamploa W ' concrete TinkhiM micbf oe . Mri al no. 4512101 . partally dtau#emV«d, O.-.e -- Champion 1 , , Or.e -- BJwardi Xo. 5X cull er, Oe« -- JJt ml»ce'- r i.i tvu tool i and equipment. E. E. OKh, Jr.. DItlrict Director, by GUI MedaathAB, R*v«nu* Officer, 11% ir i n* N. Ka«t i f f . Fayetlerllle, Art 7TTM !!scfrd dally tni Susday rti^ppi ary 1 JaU 4, Th»altwirtag ud Cycle Corporation Articles of incorporation were filed T h u r s d a y in Washington County Court for The World of Two Wheeler, Inc., a company t h a t says it will operate cycle paths and deal in motorcycles and motorbikes. Incorporators are John Leand Bassett and Suzanne Camil!e Bassett. 999 Millsap Road. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) belief there is a stigma a tached to attending west cam pus and felt that it idenfifie a student as not being a colleg candidate. Twenty - seven pe cent said that students are no interested in learning a voca That's my lion before graduation from speaking ... ligh school. J. Fred Dr. Patrick explained tha some students indicated th? scheduling of classes at bo! campuses was difficult for a ndividual student. One-fourth of the studen indicated that alcohol is II major drug abuse problem in :he school. An equal number ihoughl it should be legalized 'or ages 18 and above. Fourteen per cent thought m a r i j u a n a was the major misuse problem and 15 per cent thought it should be legalized. The poll seems to indicate that the use of heroin and barbiturates or amphetamines not a serious problem in the school. ON COUNSELING The questionnaire indicated that 70 per cent were satisfied with the counseling services provided, but 21 per cent sate they were not and felt the service should be expanded. In oilier areas the students indicated they liked the large group - small group instruction. hut 80 per cent felt there should be more individual instruction available to students who fin:: m a t h difficult. Stuctenls alsc would like to see foreign Ian guages introduced in element ary school or at least by junior high. by the participants, well as, in at least one instance, the identity of the ipeaker. RISK DISCUSSED In the story on the June 30 conversation. Bernstein and Woodward wrote that Nixon discussed the risk of future disclosures about the break-in and what to do about them. Haldeman said; "As of now there is no problem there. As. as of any moment in the f u t u r e , there is at least a potential problem." Nixon: "Well. I'd cut the loss fast. I'd cut it fast. If we're going to do it, I'd cut it fast. i n c o m e . from f a r m i n g operations in the Altheimer area and supports several charitable and philanthropic causes. The University of Arkansas Development Program is in the f i f t h year of a long-range fundraising effort aimed at brineing millions of dollars in private unds to the University to supplement state appropriations and to proviede what Director - - · E. H. Don- 'margins of director of school services; Dr. Dan Glaser, day treatment unit coordinator; R u s s e l l Guirl director of alcoholic treatment program and Mrs. Bill Koch, hospital social worker. John Buck of Springdale was moderator. Tom Barnett of Rogers introduced the showing of a film made for the national association by Astronaut Edwin E. Aldrin Jr.. - national mental health chairman. {·ton indicate a deepseated lack of confidence and trust in o u r present governmental representatives. "I don't believe there is any question that people are concerned with our economy, iri- f 1 a I i o n , food production, pollution and the energy crisis,*' Scanlon said, " are looking of Development aubauer calls excellence" to the institution. view, generally Buzhardl, special Paid *t Art MT31BEF ASSOCIATED PKI3B The Assikted Pren !i t2l:tiej «· clsslvdy to t:-* aje to: rep-jb:!at- t!ai of 811 lo?4] r.c*s printed In Uiii Entry Gained Mrs. Fred Mock Garland Ave., told Washington bounty authorities Thursday :hat someone had entered her ionic*. Upon sciwciwmo.t turn Eff«:iv« O-r.ober 1, 1971 BOOM DeHTerT Per month by carrier R.a 1-JStt C077 ifl!l7 10s. SOT4*? Be ti«i. Ark.. AUsIr Co, OHi: 5 raonthi _ 1 TEAR --TZIIZZ^ZZII Cf 9o* Secftn _--^_-- Ootside it»TM ooostn: ft raont^i . I I J O 15. 00 JOM . I JJO . 1101 of 1578 N. investigation officers r ounc! that nothing was missing, but t h a t a can of automobile oil had been upset on the front porch. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! If you cannot reach year TIMES carrier PHONE 442-C4Z Daily 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturuay 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. Mayor Resigns GEN'TRY Mayor Raile; Steele has submitted his resign alion to the Gentry Cit Council. Sleele said be was resigning because he was moving outsid of the city limits and is alSL a candidate for Benlon Count\ Judge. Larry Draggs. an alderman was named to fill the remainde of Steele's lerm, which w i l l em Dec. 31. ^^·^ People Helping People Director* of Furwral Service Servicei: ·OWl, Mn. M«ry Ella -- Saturday. 2:00 p.m. Chape! of Nelson's Funeral Home. Hev. Cecil Garrison officiatlnB. Interment, Bluff Cemetery. counsel to the President, said early today t h a t lie had no immediate comment on the new leaks. However, on Thursday presidential spokesmen severely criticized Thursday's accounts of part of the Sept. 15 conversation that appeared in The Post and The Boston lobe. The tapes were among those urned over to the committee y a Watergate grand jury and kept by the panel u n d e r strict rules of secrecy. Committee chairman Peter iV. Rodino, D-N.J.. is so con- cedncd about leaks that he ordered all of the committee's transcripts of tapes impounded as committee members left the learing room Thursday . On Thursday night, sources said, members of the committee heard Nixon complain on a White House tape that the Watergate burglars probably \vould get long sentences while a black who held up a store would get two years. T h e presidential c o m m e n t was related after the committee listened to the tape of a convrsation Feb. 28, 1973, between Nixon and John W. Dean III. The cnmmitleeGth grat The committee also got word from White House lawyers that i*. would get a response today or Monday lo its request for evidence relating to the ITT anti-trust settlement and political contributions from Uie dairy industry. If the material is not turned over, the panel is expected to issue a subpoena. Judiciary Committee members said they found no major substantive differences between the Feb. 28 tape and the versions contained in the White Elouse transcript released April 29. But they did /ill in some deletions. In the edited transcript, Dean and Nixon are discussing the upcoming sentencing of the Watergate defendants by U.S. District Judge John J. Sirica. The transcript quoted Nixon as saying: "You know when they talk about a 33-year sentence, here is something to think about. There were no weapons! Right? There were no injuries! Right? There was no success! Why docs that sort of thing happen? It is just ridiculous! (Characterization deleted) ATI they in jail?" Newspapers Endorse LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Two newspapers -- the Eagle Democrat at Warren and the Times Dispatch at Walnut Ridge -nave endorsed the re-election bid of Sen. J. W. Fulbright. Gov. Dale Bumpers also is seeking the Democratic senatorial nomination. The Eagle Democrat said Bumpers had alienated Southeast Arkansans by vetoing the Pine Bluff-Little Rock ex- )ressway bill and by turning lown a qualified Bradley Coun- y man for appointment to the state Highway Commission. Pickup Stolen C. J. Johnson of Route 2. Springdale, reported the theft of a pickup truck to sheriff's deputies Thursday, Johnson said the green, ISM CMC pickup was taken from the home of Jimmy Allred al King's Road and Elm Springs Road while parked there for repairs. The theft occurred in the last two days, Johnson said. Plead innocent Larry Allen Blakemore, 16 of 1916 Yates SI. and J i m m y Ray Howard, 17 of 611 E. Huntsville St., Springdale, both pleaded innocent today in Municipal Court to charges of possession of a controlled substance (mari j u a n a ) . The two were arrested Thursday night by Faycttevilte police at Western Hills Moble Home Park. Municipal Judge Richadil Wells set their trial dates for July 1. "but the voters for men to represent them w i t h honesty, i n t e g r i t y a n d intelligence. They then expect these competent men to devise solutions [or our many varied problems." Scmilon charged t h a t our more competent citizens tend to shy away from public office vhen the silualion should be reversed. "Reasons for not seeking public office are varied and somewhat understandable when ;ou consider the pressures of he election process itself, an office holder's subjection to c r i t i c i s m , t h e automatic suspicion of dishonesty, the aersonal sacrifices involving :irne and family relationships and the financial sacrifices a com- his in- usually necessary for petent man to leave dustry or profession and enter public service," Scanlon said. Ozark Guild The Ozark Writers and Artist Guild will hold an awards luncheon July 26 at Mabee Center on the Campus of John Brown University. The date had previously been incorrectly reported. Meet Bob Riley . . . COME MEET and VISIT WITH . . . Dr. Bob Riley »t th* R»m»eU Inn Hospitality Room 7:00-9:00 S»t., M*y 18 Fr» Sn«ck» * Srft WiD Be Sent* Bob Riley Governor (PiiMcretk Primary, Mary 2S) I (Political ad ptid tor |y Jf.Vkmmm. Jr.) |

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