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May 23, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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* · NorHiwMt ArkaiMM TIMES, Thurv, May 23, 1974 Homer Charged With Break-In At Restaurant Bruce Michael Hauser. 17, of 929 Park St. was charged with burglary and grand larceny in Washington Circuit Court this morning in connection with [he burglary of the Minuteman Restaurant, 529 N. College Ave., early this morning. Hauser pleaded not guilty k the charges at his arraignment this morning in Circuit Cour Bond was set at (2,500. and the trial date was set for June 17 by Circuit Judge Maupin Cummtngs. Fayetteville p o l i c e said Hauser was found inside the building after a burglar alarm sounded at police headquarters at 12:53 a.m. Hauser was found crouched down beside an amusement machine. Police said they found three pintail machines with the coin boxes removed and lying on the floor, a large stack of ham burger patties and a five-pound box of frozen French fries near Ihc back door. Upon arrival. Patrolman Gene Phillips discovered the rear door broken open anc H a u s e r crouched i n t h e southeast corner of the building As Phillips attempted to handcuff the suspect. Hause attempted to flee, running int a restroom before being sub dued by Phillips. A hammer, flashlight and tire tool were found near the pom where Hauser was crouched. Federal Building Expected To Be Ready By Summer Later summer is now th target date for completion the new federal building o Mountain Avenue in downtow Fayetteville. The five story building wa begun in June of 1972, and i costing between one and tw million dollars. When completed the buildin will house U.S. courts; offices for United States attor neys. selective service, civ service commission, depar ments of agriculture, defense Justice, labor, the treasury, an health, education and welfare. The location of federal cour facilities in Fayetteville ·How Washington County extreme northwest Arkansa attorneys to try cases her which otherwise would have be taken to Fort Smith. The new building will includ a 100-car underground parkin facility, a boon in the congeste downtown area. The building will includ 59.535 square feet of spac Architect for the project Warren Segraves. The Gener. Services Administration of th federal government is ove seeing construction. Emcon In of Sherman, Tex is the coi tractor. Obituary MRS. V10T.KT BRALY Prairie Grove -- Mrs. Violet Unnie Braly, 73, of P r a i r i e Grove died this morning in a Fayetteville hospital. Bom May 8, 1501 in llunlington, W. Va., the daughter of Marshall D. and Mary Payne Ferguson, she was a Jehovah's Witness. Survivors are the husband, Alglcr Braly of the home; five sons, I.ce Walker of Albuquerque. N.M., Russell Walker of Farmington, Paul Walker of Orland. Calif., David Curry of Leavonworth, K a n . and Ray liraly of Lincoln; two d a u g h - ers. Mrs. Vinila Edmonds of ansas City and Mrs. Gay Patterson of Tulsa; one brother. Marshall Ferguson of Pompano each. Fla.; four sisters. Mrs. ern llardln of Natchez. Miss., rs. Snow Milne of Detroit, ich.. Mrs. Neva Stark of Loin, W. Va. and Mrs. 7. e r a ay of Ona, W. Va.; 11 grand- lildren and three great-grand' hitdren. Funeral service will be at 1( m. Saturday at the Luginhue Graduate Elizabeth Rails, · senior at FayettevlUe High School, is the recipient ol a scholarship from the University ot Arkansas. The daughter of R. H. Rails, she plans to ma|or In electrical engineering. S h e has b^en · cheerleader and a member of Ihe Student Council. She served as a delegate and counselor at Girls State and was elected Colon D a y Queen this past year. Summer Concert Band To Be Organized Community is being summer by Community meet each p.m. in the A Fayetteville Co n c e r t Band organized for the the Fayetteville School Program. The band will Thursday at 7:30 Woodland Junior High School Band Room beginning June 13 Persons who would like to participate should be proficient and own their own instruments. Some instruments may be made available for use at the school. All community residents are eligible and. students must be currently enrolled in the 10th grade or older. Practice sessions can be started only after 35 persons register. A fee of $15 will be charged to defray operational costs. Further information may be obtained by calling Larrv 'Vest 521-8701. Vest said the purpose of the band u to provide an opportunity for musicians to play under professional direction. Petition (CONTTmrED FTROM PAGE 1) ncluded in the Urban Renewal .Ian. Frank Sharp, member of the ad hoc committee, said the only vay HUD can change the plan s for the citizens of Fayette- 'ille to say they want the :hange louder than they said hey wanted the plan during numerous meetings held in the original planning stages. E. H. (AD Donaubauer also spoke In favor of modifying the plan and retaining the building. ie noted that the cost of destruction and construction of even the sunken outdoor theater area would be heavy. Mrs. Joyce Stafford, publisher of the Star Shopper, reported ,hat a survey of readers of the shopper, with a circulation of 7,500, got responses f r o m 49 with 47 in favor of saving the historic atmosphere of the square and two a g a i n s t . She also noted the results of a second poll are now coming in and have not been tallied. Sutherland, in response to a question on the structural soundness of the building replied that it is unusually sound. He said the total assign able area in it, if the seconc Door is bridged over, is 8,81i square feet, compared to the present City Hall of appro.vi mately S.UOu square feet. (Only the ground floor of the presen City Hall, which is cits property, is utilized. The two upper floors are not uset because they have been con demned.) OUTLINES RELATIONSHIP Mrs. T. C. Carlson, a member of the Fayettevillc Board of Directors, expressed the belief lat, with good reason, it is ossible to change minds. She utlined the relationship of the ^ayelteville Housing Authority o HUD and identified it as aeing a slate agency created o seek federal funds. She also noted that money is granted by HUD to buy sub- tandard buildings and tear hem down and the only excep- ion to that regulation is that vhen a standard building is in he way it can be purchased Faubus Campaign Coming Friday Orval Faubus, a Democratic candidate for governor, wil! hold a rally Friday at Hog Hea vcn on Hwy. 71 north at 2:30 p.m. Friday. Faubus, who will also appear at the city park in Bcntonville it 12:45 p.m., will be accompanied by Jimmy Davis, former governor of I^oulsiana and his wife, Anna Davis, a member of the Chuck Wagon Gang. Musical entertainment planned during the rally. Faubus will go to Fort Smith that evening for a televised appearance at 8:30 p.m. Channel Five. Youlh Crusade Sef By Church An area wide youth crusadi will be conducted Friday nigh at the First United Pentecosta Church at 904 W. 15th St. Actl vities will begin at the church at 6 p.m. Over 200 young people fro.. 16 cities in western Arkansa are expected to participate i a "March for Christ" and a open-air service at the South gate Shopping Center, ac cording to the Rev. Bi Thomas, area youth director fo the United Pentecostal Church A crusade rally will be hel following the march frnm th shopping center to the church Further information may rx obtained by contacting the Rev Ray S. Hassell of the Firs United Pentecostal Church a 442-2144. The TIMES l« On Top of The News S«v*fl Dayi a Week y ud toll? *xet0t JUurr 1, Jto 4 T1»nl«rfbi la) CUK fold at Ttrnmit. to tfa* CM Kir rvpubuo- of U local oewM prtattd la · «t mo u all A» »»! tuuin oeioMr i. an People Helping Peopto Director* of funeral Service Services: SHEPHKRD. Mr* W« -- FrEday, 3:00 p.m. St. James Methodist Church. Rev. James Chesscr officjatin. Interment, Oak Cemetery. THORPE, Mra. Martha Mm -Friday, 2:00 p.m. Chape! of Nelson's Funeral Home. Rev. Bob W. Hujrhey officiating. Interment. Hester Cemetery. TILTON, Mra. EHfe MM -Thursday 2 p.m. Chapet of Kelson's Funeral Home. Rev. Harold Cate officiating. Inter ment Prairie Grove Cemetery. ha pel with emelery. burial in Cox MURLE MEHI, Huntsville -- Murle Frank Ichl. 58, ol Hunlsville, died 'ureday in a Fayetteville hospi- al. Born Feb. 22, 1916 in Sum- cr. Mo., the son of Walter and ~ a n n y Quinton Mchl, he was retired longshoreman and lormon. Survivors are the widow Mrs. Clara Cleary Mehl of the home: ne daughter, Cheryl Ann of the otne; onu son, Murle E. ol loncord, Calif, and two grand- hildren. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Brashears 'uneral Chapel with burial in Big Sandy Cemetery. SHERMAN ROACH Huntsville - Sherman Newton Roach, 52, of C o m b s , died Tuesday in a Fayetteville hospital. Born Feb. 21, 922 in Asher. the son of Arthur and Martha Clark Roach, he was a veteran of World War I and a member of the Church f Christ. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Mildred Hankins Roach of the lome; two sons, Eugene and Floyd of Combs; one brother, erry of Lincoln; two sisters, Mrs. Essie Combs of Delaney ind Miss Esther Roach of Fay- ·tteville; his mother of Fayelte- ·ille and two grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Walnut Grove Community Building with urial in Walnut Grove Ceme- ery under direction of Brashears Funeral Home. Three Persons Held For Drug Store Break-In Two of three persons arrested Tuesday by Springdale police in connection with the burglary oi (he Sunset Drug. 1211 W. Sunset Ave., pleaded not guilty to the charges this morning in Wash ington Circuit Court. Bond was fixed at $10,000 each for Sara Keeton, 27 o Villa, Okla. and Johnny Bo\ Clark. 29. of Oklahoma City. A trial date of June 24 was set. by Circuit Judge Maupin' Cummings. A third person arrested in connection with the burglary, Johnny Denver McGOwen, 30, of Oklahoma City, is to be arraigned at a later date. He was released to Sebastian A metal storage building was entered and several backstops County charges authorities there. He to face was sen tcnced to seven years in prison but will be returned to Washington County before he is sent to the state penitentiary. Springdale police said the two men were apprehended inside the drug store, and Miss Keeton was found sleeping in a cai behind the building. Police Pistol Range Vandalism Reported Pleads No* Guilty James Earl Neal. 19, of 321 E. Center St. pleaded not guilty this morning in Washington Circuit Court to charges of illegal delivery ot a controlled substance (marijuana). Neal was arrested by Fayettcville police Wednesday afternoon. Police Chief Hollis Spencer s a i d Neal was arrested fallowing a lengthy investlga- Neal's bond was set at $5,000 and his trial i« scheduled for July 2. orn down Wednesday at tb« cw FayeUeville police pistol ange, " " 1« _..,,-. just off the Hwy. ypass near the city shop. Police said the lock on th« oor of the building had been emovcd and the door opened. was not known if anything missing. ··^^·M Kxrnrr WATCN MMI* sWf?*s MnHttK. MRS. IDE SHEPPARD Mrs. Ide Sheppard. 95, of Fayetteville, died Wednesday in local nursing home. She was born Aug. 14, 1878 in Washington County, the daughter of Tom and Ann Barnett Dart. She is survived by one half- brother, Bert Dart of Coffeyville, Kan. Funeral service will be at p.m. Friday at St. James Methodist Church with burial in Oak Cemetery under direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. GET BEHIND THE WHEEL OF A NEWER CAR and enjoy better driving. The market's best are advertised here daily and Sunday. Always check the CLASSIFIED ADS. 1?73 Bulck T*Sahre. VtACt with vrhile fop and Interior. Srt.OOO miles, factory air. tape deck, excellent uonilllion. xxx- This is just an example of the excellent selection of used automobiles found in the Want Ads. Whether you are selling or buying, Want Ads give you prompt results. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS 442-6242 and removed. She said that IUD money can only be used or the purpose specified in the application and added, "HUD does not mind when people change their minds unless they cancel which out the the purpose for money was allo- Mrs. Carlson warned that HUD can take back funds, "1 believe that if this is brought o their attention we have reasons to persuade HUD to leave he money here and give us he building. "The Housing Authority has he right to sell the building o us for anything they decide s a fair price for the purpose o which it should be placed. [ personally would like to see he city enabled to buy the roperty for the nominal sum of S10.000 to $15,00," she said. Mayor Kusscll Purdy, Mrs Marion Orion and Dr. Paul Noland. city directors, w e r e also present for the meeting. Col, T. C. Carlson, after the question of a public referendum .0 call for a vote on saving the building was raised, sugges :ed that the mayor and the -hrce directors present could call a special meeting of Hie directors. When this suggestion was not acted upon, Colonel Carlson said petitions with 1.057 signatures could force a special vote. The group, however, felt the petitions calling for the joint Tieeting would serve the purpose of determining the public 'nterest in the project. The petitions will be circulated and placed in various business houses, including the Dzark Mountain Smokehouse on Dickson Street. June 5 has been set for the petitions to be turned in to the Smokehouse. WHITE HOUSE DECORATION Sunday, May 26,1974 Bible Study -- 945--10:25 a.m. Worship -- 10:30--11:30 a.m. Dinner on Grounds -- 12 : 00 Singing -- 1:00 p.m. Decoration of Graves BILL MURRAY SAYS: MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! If yon cannot reach roar TIMES curler PHONE 404212 Daily 5 to 8:30 p.m. Saturoay 3 to 6 p.m. SuBday 8 to 9:30 a.m. People have asked me whether I have any present connection with a bail business or any other business which would conflict with my duties as Washington County Sheriff. 1. I hare no connection with any bail bondsman or anyone associated with the bail bond business. I was for a period of lime an employee of a company which provided private investigation services, bail bonds and security service for business and industry. This employment was terminated approximately one year ago, many months before I decided to ram for Sheriff of Washington County. 2. For the past year I operated »f own compnay which provided business and industrial security but did not deal in hail bonds. I have now disposed of my entire interest in that organization in order to avoid any possible suggestion of a conflict of interests. 3. I owe no favors to any man; 1 will be solely rev ponsible to the residents of Washington County, Arkansas. Please help swpport me n my efforts to obtain the Democratic nomination for Sheriff on May 28, 1*74. ELECT BILL MURRAY SHERIFF of Wmhingtofi County Paid for by Citlzcni for Murray Committee Mclvin Palmer. ChaimuTi IGA THRIFTWAY AD FOR WED. SHOULD HAVE READ FREE FRIDAY SATURDAY ICE CREAM CONES AT ALL 4 IGA STORES DIPPED FRESH FROM OLD FASHIONED HOME-MADE ICE MILK 59 GOOD VALUE SKINLESS 12-Oz. Pkg. FRANKS SPECIAL! HOLIDAY 12-Oz. Pkg. 49 FRESH SWEET CORN 5 *,, 69c THESE PRICES GOOD THROUGH WEDNESDAY NOON, MAY 29th · 405 N. COLLEGE · EVELYN HILLS · SOUTHGATE · WESTGATE We Reserve the Right to Limit Leisure-Life style '74 For the weekend or any day of the week, when no necktie, short sleeves and cool fabrics are your idea of leisure-time comfort, then see our gear to-go-in. Have fun. KNIT SHIRTS $6 to $12 WEEK-END SLACKS The kind of knit slacks that give you free-wheeling comfort all day. Handsomely styled with belt loop«, slant pockets, flared legs in plaids, checks and solids. $14 to $20 Get set for court action with our pro-action tennis togs. Easy care and comfortable dacron/cotton fabrics in white and colors. LEISURE SHORTS $10 $11 | Cool and comfortable in crisp -, plaids and solids. Great for that ' , very much relaxed feeling. I II

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