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Wednesday, May 29, 1974
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Arltaniat TIMES, W«J., May 29, 1974 *V«TT«VltL«, AUKAMtAt (TTME9pholo by Ray Gray) OUTSTANDING YOUTH AWAR DWINNERS .. .Charles Stutte and Lynn Jones, discuss awards with Miss West at convocation services Obituary inii!^ DARRELL ALDER50N Siloam Springs -- Darrell Arnold Alderson, 43, of Springdale, died Tuesday in the Springdale hospital. Born Feb. 5, 1931 in Madison CoivUy he was assistant manager of Springdale Farms, a veteran of the Korean Wa r and a Methodist. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Marine AJderson of the home; one step-daughter, Mrs. Ann Lewallen of Fort Smith; his parents Mr. and Mr.s. Jess Alderson of Snringdale; six brothers, Ralph, Troy and Harold of Springdale, Dale of Rogers, Wayne of Prairh" Gi'ovc and Junior ol Greenland and five si sterts, Mrs. Mild red Cordell, Mrs. Margie Mofford, Mrs. Linda Allen, Mrs. Saundra George and Mrs. Donna Ray, all of Springdale. Funeral service will he at 2 p.m. Friday at Ihe Harmon Methodist Church with burial in Elm Springs Cemetery under direction of Wasson Funeral Home. WILLIAM CLANTON Prairie Grove -- William Lon Olanton, 73, of Farmington Clinton Hammer- his fourth University (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONI) general election, schmidt is serving term. ! Clinton, 27, is a . of Arkansas law professor on leave of absence. He received labor support and obtained the endorsement of the state AFL- CIO committee on Politic::! Education. He received criticism because of bis nge, his labor en dorsement and his work in the 1972 presidential campaign of Sen. George McGovern of South Dakota. Setwart, 32, resigned from the state Claims Commission to make the race. He was ap died Tuesday in a Fayetteville lospitat. Born July 7. 1900 at "rairie Grove, the son of Henry nd Maude Reed Clanton, he was a retired security officer. He is survived hy his widow, Mrs. Thelma Zorn Clanton of he home; one daughter, Mrs. iaythel Wilhite of Farmington; ne step-daughter, Mrs. Daisy Vunnally of Fayetteville: one brother, Carthel R. of Prairie ^rove; two sisters, Mrs. Pearl ·rawiey and Mrs. Thelma Crawley, both of Salem, Ore.; even grandchildren and eight Jreat-grandchildren. Funeral service will be at C a.m. Friday at the Luginbuel Funeral Chapel with burial in he Garrett Creek Cemetery. MRS. CORA SH1VBI.V Mrs. Cora Vanlluose Shivcly, -4, of Fayetleville, died this morning in a Springdale nur- iing home. Born Oct. 6, 1889 at Sulphur City, the daughter of George W. and Nancy Rowlen /anHoose, she was the widow if the late A r t h u r Shivcly and i Presbyterian. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Charles Nelson of Huntington, W.Va. and Mrs. "lara McBride of Fayettev ! lle; !our grandchildren and four ;r cat-grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 10 a.m.- Friday at Moore's Chapel .with burial in .the Zion Memorials may be the Billy Graham foundation at Minneapolis, Minn. pointed to the commission Gov. Dale Bumpers. b Meriwether Services Planned Thursday Memorial services for Ed ward B. Meriwelber will be a' 2 p.m. Thursday in the auditorium of the new Studenl Union on the University of Ar kansas campus. Gravesjid; Masonic services and intermen will be at 10 a.m. Saturday a Shipman. 111. Memorials may be made u t h e E. B. MeriWd'.he: Scholarship Fund at the UA !. aw School or to :he Masonic Building Fund of Washingtoi Lodge No. 1. Jasperwore Stolen Mrs. Roy Gyles of 1336 North view St. told police at 11 am Tuesday that f o u r cups am three saucers in jaspenvare hai. been taken from her home in the past few days. No monetarv value was placed on the item which Mrs. Gyles described a: "irreplacable." 9rtants Cimrf EM ire. Art. Tr PiKlEhrt dally and January i, Jaiy 4, Tb Pali *t . Art. MEMBER ASfOCUTED PRESS Tha A»jo£atel Presa it entitle] n- ciadTtly to ta cie for republic*- doa of au Irca] cam prifitei la th!a nr**»per u waSJ u ail AT KT» SUBSCHITTIOM RATE!! ESraclivB October 1, \ffn Fsr meets by career _I XOI» copy dally lOc, «snla7 Be C.S. MM te Waiain/Toa, ScataE, }!adl*n o*«. ta«. Art. A4a4i Ct. 0»U.: I BOstha | LB # moctha ^____^^___ le" M ] TEAR .__^____^__ JO fB CRT ·· Out* 9. I ma-ma 1 TEA* TltAMlM 01 AAVTAIKX Local Junior High Schools Award Honors Lynn Jones, daughter of Dr. nd Mrs. John Jones, anc Charles Lavern Stutte, son ol Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Stutte ave been named winners ol he Outstanding Youth Awards presented annually to students n the city's two junior high chools. Lynn received the award Woodland and Charles the ;amay award from Miss Jobbye West, outgoing dis'.ricl oordinator of Epsilon Sigma .ipha, the sponsoring organi ati on. The winners were presentee certificate, medal and a $25 avings Bond. Eleven other andidates in the competif.ion ponsored by Beta Tau anc Beta Sigma Chapters of F.SA. Judges for the compitilion vere Mrs. D. C. Shackleford )r. Clayton Brunson and Mar Murphy, Ramy and Mrs \lary Gilbert, Mrs. Bruce hambers and Dr. Reed Green wood, Woodland. CHARLEY SAMUEL S p r i n g d a l e -- Cnarlcy Samuel, 85, of Springdale, died today in a local nursing home. Born March 18. 1889 at Clifty Lhe son of Edward M. and Cherbuia Vaughan Samuel, he was a retired farmer. He is survived bv two SOTIS, Elmo of Paris, Tex. and Clifford of Springdale; one brother. Bill of Clifty; one sister. Mrs Maisie Moblcy of Prairie Grove: two grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral service will be a 10 a.m. Friday at the Sisco Fu neral Chapel with burial in the Clifty Cemetery. Rumored Manpower Cul Is False Alarm WASHINGTON (AP) -- The U.S. Army commander in En rope says military manpowe: trimmed from headquarter: and support elements will be used to strengthen combat unit rather t h a n being returned t the United Staes. Gen. Michael Davison sairl nc net reductions in U.S. arms strength in Europe are in the works. Davison's statement in an in terview countered persistent re ports that ihe Unied State, would cut [otal U.S. strength in Europe by about 20,000 suppor troops. "The whole name of the game is to plow back manpow er savings into improved com bat capability." Davison said. At the same time, he dis puted other reports that havi suggested the United Slate: might reduce sharply its lactic at nuclear weapons in Europe. Davison said U.S. tactical nu clear weaponry in Kurone i: under study constantly and tha the number of such weapons could be adjusted but that hi expects nothing of any signifi cance to develop in the wiij changed deployments. At present, the United State, has about 7.000 nuclear bombs shells and other lactical-!ypi weapons there. The commander of 190,00( U.S. soldiers, most o fthem in Germany. Davison said he hai returned to Washington to brie the Army headquarters staff o; progress in streamlining head quarters and support elements Senate (CONTTNTJED FROM PAGE 1) 'iarnifu!"r.the- proposal in th report "to" deregulate natura Jas, asserting this would mea further sharp increases in iTti! ty bills to consumers. Nixon said in the report "w must avoid the temptation o tax reduction without expend ture reduction," but did no r e c c o m m e n d any specif government spending cu'.s. However, the leading Senat tax cut advocates contend tha this is the way to restore som of the consumer buying powe lost because of irreversib" increases in the price of oil an products manufactured wit large inputs of energy. The proposal advanced b Sens. Edward M. Kennedy, D Mass., Waiter F. Mondale, D Minn., Russell B. Long, D-La and Hubert H. Humphrey, D Minn., would give taxpapers choice of an $825 personal ex tmption or a $199 tax credi The present exemption is $750. The council said industrii production should increase at 4 per cent annual rate afte mid-year. But the report als said unemployment may rise 1 between 5.5 per cent and 6 pe lent by the end of the yea The rate was 5 per cent i April. ConEd To Pay Only On Preferred Stock NEW YORK (AP) - Th board of trustees of Consol dated Edison Co., which vote April 23 to omit the secon. quarter dividend on commc stock, now plans to pay regula dividends on preferred stock · the same quarter. A f t e r the new trustee vo 1 Tuesday, a spokesman for f h utility said Con Ed's first qua ter earnings was more tha adequate to pay approximate 511 million in quarterly div denrts on 10 issues of preferrp slock at SI.25 to J2.075 a share The f i x e d dividends by preferred stock must paid before the dividends any common stock. The spokesman estimat that, at 45 cents a share on common stock, the company pays out $30 million each quarter. He said there will be no decision on the common dividend payout for the third quarter until the trustees meet in July. People Helping Peopt* carrie b Springdale Council Adopts Tentative Revenue Budget SPRINGDALE -- In a brief leeling of the City Council uesday n i g h t , aldermen nanirnously adopted the pro- osed revenue sharing budget or 1974-1975. Payments to the ty will total $449,187 during ic next fiscal year. While Mayor Park Phillips ointed out that the adopted udget is not a binding one, e said the city Is required to le a budget with the federal overnment by June 20. The majority of the revenue haring funds will be put to in the street department, he $377,721 for street work is eedcd because the regular treet monies will all be used or work in the city's two urban enewal projects. Phillips said the city's street York in the project is being redlted to the city's share of he urban renewal cost. Reve- ue sharing monies cannot be scd for work in the urban enewal projects, he said. Phillips asked councilmen to please note" the planned 15,000 expenditure for a mobile oronary care unit for the city re department's ambulance ervice. Actual cost of the unit be about J30.000. Phillips aid he didnt think the city hould completely finance the nit. He expects to make up he difference with donations. One citizen had pledged $6,000 or the unit. The Moore Corn- any pledged $1,000 to the pringdale Memorial Hospita 'hich will put the money oward the unit. Noting tint the unit will be nly the second one in Arkan as, Phillips said the "intensive are unit on wheels" will not ie sending firemen to replace lectors and nurses. "Many imes doctors and nurses wil ide the ambulance," he said. Radio equipment for the /chicle will cost about $7,500 n he unit will enable ambulance t t e n d a n t s t o monitor latient's heart, with the read ngs coming out at Springdale Memorial Hospital. In other business, Councilman 'a-mes Irwin said the ordinance :ommittee which he chairs in tudying the 1973 Southern standard Building Code. The 1969 Southern Standard luilding Code is presently ffect in Springdale. The up ated version will be presentei o the council for adoption a future meeting, Irwin said le noted the possibility of the irdinance committee making ew amendments to the updatec :ode -- particularly will ·egards to the 1973 version' updated building permit costs. Irwin said he thought the city's building permit fee: should be raised, but not a much as the 1973 code sugges ed. Councilmen agreed the wanted Springdale's fees fo ·milding permits to be less tha Fayelteville's and Rogers'. Mayor Phillips told counci men that Springdale will wor with Washington and Bento Counties in putting in "a goor. road" along Old Missouri Road Phillips said work will begi when the city and counties hav time and the weather is good. In reporting on his meetin with officials from the Frisc AAA Surveys Availability, Gas Prices HOUSTON (AP) - Texa Arkansas, Oklahoma. Louisian and New Mexico have the low est gasoline prices in t h nation, an American Au ! m o b i l e Association surve shows. The AAA survey, prepare here, shows motorists in th five-state area are paying average of 53 cents per gallo for regular and 57 cents f premium grade gasoline. Highest prices in the natio the survey shows, are in Cal ornia, Arizona and Nevad where prices range from cents for regular to 61 cen for premium. New York and New Jers and the Great Lakes states a next highest at 57 cents for r gular and 60 cents for preminn Gasoline prices are averagin 55 cents for regular and cents for premium in the Mit Atlantic states, t h e , surve found. In the Midwest Mountain states, it's 55 cen for regular and 58 cents f premium. After the Southwestern state the Pacific Northwest has t next lowest with regular ave aging 51 cents and premium * The AAA survey idicated on one per cent of the station on a nationwide basis are of fuel and only two per ce are limiting purchases. Fort per cent are open Sundays. Service stations in Colorac Montana. North Dakota, Uta and Wyoming are reporting t best supplies, the survey foum and the New England state have the most limited supplies MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! Ii yon cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONE i424MJ Daily s lo 6:30 p.m. Saturuay 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday » to 9:30 tun. _i ff Director* of Funeral S«rvko Sorvlcesi CAHMaTV, Jaeam L, _ Wednesday. 2:00 p.m. N'orth Str*rt Church o/ Christ. Mr. A. W. Chlim offlclitin/. Inlermint, Mt. Comfort C«melery. -FUN-MART- Op«n 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. · GO-KARTS · GAS-BUMPER KARS · MIN-E-GOLF · MOON WALK · KIDDIE RIDES · CONCESSION · Birthday Party Ratw allroad concerning the grade ·ossing at the intersection of .ilroad tracks with city reels, Phillips said the corn- any plans to relay the ·ossings. "I think they're going to do s a good job," he said. The ailroad ties and rails will be ken up so the crossing can « resurfaced. Then new rails nd ties will be laid. Phillips aid. Benton County Precincts Go For Bumpers BENTONVILLE -- Benton ounty voters dealt J. W. Ful- right a resounding defeat in is attempt to retain his seat i the XI .S. Senate. With all oting precincts counted, Gov. )ale Bumpers gathered 70 per ent of the votes cast against ulbright's 30 per cent. Bumpers received 5,752 votes i Fulbright's 2,465 in a race h i c h drew considerable lational, as well as local at- ention. Bustipers gained a com- .anding lead as early returns rere counted -- a position 'hich never wavered as the ight wore on. TOPS 60 PER CENT In Rogers, Bumpers took 64 ;r cent of the vote, to Ful- right's 35.9 per cent. Of the ,001 votes cast in Rogers, umpers received 1,281 and ulhright 720. Bentonville voters awarded lumpers 822 of the 1,2-19 votes ast. or 65.8 per cent of the otal. Fulbright received 427 ·otes. Siloam Springs gave Bumpers he largest margin of any city n the county, 80.8 per cent of he total vote. Of the votes cast, Jumpers received 692 and Ful- irigh 164. County wide election returns, athered at the Benton County Courthouse, were marred only y a brief period when results were slightly miscalculated by lection officials, an error 'hich was quickly corrected. Leads In Race Former Rep. David Pryor has claimed victory in his race for governor against former gov. Orval Faubus and Lt. Gov. Bob Riley alter unofficial returns showed him with more than 50 per cent of the total vote. Clinton Takes Lead In Benfon County Returns BENTONVILLE - Bill Clin ton led in Benton County returns in his bid for the Third Congressional District Democratic nomination. In district wide results, Clinton also lead but may face a run-off with either Gene Rainwater or David Stewart. Clinton received 45.9 per cen of the votes cast in Bentoi County. A total of 7,664 vote w e r e cast. with Clinton receiving 3,552, Rainwater 1,983 Stewart 1,652 and Jim Scanlo' 507. In Rogers, Clinton receive 920 of the 1,879 voles cast Rainwater gathered 486 votes Stewart 352 and Scanlon 121. Bentonville voters awarde 589 of 1,179 votes cast to Clin ton. with Rainwater receivin 262, Stewart 271 and Scanlo In Siloam Springs the result were: Clinton 322, Rainwater 213, Stewart 195 and Scanlon 51 Morse Stages Comeback In Oregon Vote By The Associated Press As one of America's major political figures, Sen. J. W. Ful night, was losing his fight for re-nomination in Arkansas, mother Washington veteran was staging a comeback in Ore gon. Wayne Morse, 73, was clearly winning the Oregon Democratic senatorial nomination for a political comeback. Morse, who like . Fulbrighl was a leading Senate critic o! U.S. Vietnam policy, will mee' Sen. Robert Packwood in the all. Packwood. who ousted Morse after 24 years in the Sen ate in 196B. was unopposed for ;he Republican nomination. In Kentucky, another of the democratic new faces, Gov Wendell Ford, won the party' nomination to challenge Repub- ican Sen. Marlow Cook in November. Both scored eas; victories over token primar; opposition. Morse, who was voted ou at the height of his anti-Viel nam war effort, used th related theme of usurpation constitutional power by the Pre sident, but said "the number of us opposed lo it are creasing. With 1,647 of the 2.514 Orego precincts reporting .Morse hai 89,211 votes, or 49.2 per cen' compared to 71,604. or 39.5 pe cent, for his chief opponent i the four-way race, state Senat President Jason Boe. In the Oregon gubernatoria race, state Sen. Victor Atiye scored an upset victory ove Secretary of State Clay Myer in the Republican primary while former state Treasure Robert Straub led a field 10 Democrats. Republican Gov. Tom McCa is barred by Oregon law froi seeking a third consecutiv term. With 3,13} of Kentucky's 3,26 precincts reporting, the 47-yea old Cook had 87.2 per cent the Republican vote, and For 49, had 84.8 per cent in th Democratic primary. Articles Filed '; Articles of incorporation we're led Tuesday in Washington C o u n t y C o u r t f o r l a i n w a t e r Publishing a n d 'rinting, Inc. of Prairie Grove; Incorporates are Carrol Oy Rainwater and Paroda A. Rain? ater of Parker, Colo. Watch Stolen SPRIN'GDALE - Wylie Macy ' Route 3, reported io polic» is watch was stolen from his esk at Jones Elementary School Monday. The wrist- atch. valued at $5 was taken ·hile he was outside. HELP STAMP OUT STRANGERS Nom are quite «o *lon« ·» the stranger In town, or th. newcomer* to th* neighborhood. Remember your la*t move ... how you felte* the moving van pul led away... how you more then half wished you'd never come? Spare your new neighbors feelings such as Inese. Let the Welcome Wagon Hostess bring greetings and gift* to mike them feel at home. Help stamp out strangers. Call Welcome Wagon today at Phone 443-5438 or 442-8111 WCLCOMI NatWCOMCIKt UK ttiU coupon to M m know you'r* Mr*. AddrtM City ( I Please km lh Wagon Mestess call o* m*. I ) I woald like M subscribe te Ike N.W. Ark. TIMES ( I I already rabsenDe to the TIME*. Pill out Iko coupoo and mall to TIMES. Box O, Fayetteville, Ark. YOUR orasco MAN SAYS: SEE ME FOR BIG SAVINGS! Yosl "Svrf King" RUFF-N-TUFF 5-ftOrol Poly Bf ighHy colored morine design. Fords fw SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF POLY POOLS STEEL WALL POOLS Clear plaslic lens. Svre-iealing ovol ihope. tO-tt. x 10-i*. FIHI Pool. Strong steel walls, reinforced wftii telescoping top rait Kecvy-duly Bner hafck appro., 1 17S BaJlafU. LAYAWAY NOW NO EXTRA AIR fflATTRCtt Lawn DARTS R»0. 3.79 99 use OTAICO CRCDIT! CoratnKted from durable "HexiH" »Hh plated sttel lips. Comes with 4 darts and 2 target rings, alas Tfce modern way to play bonedi . Ceniplaie SOUTHWEST OMNEB OF WH7AVEE FAiKrreviLu, AKK.--THONE

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