Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 29, 1974 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 29, 1974
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Statewide Legislative Election Results T LITTLE ROCK (AP) _ W. N. Hargrove. 61. of Stuttgart led the ticket but failed to avoid a runoff Tuesday in the race for (he Democratic norni- ualion for a vacant state Senate post. . Dorathy Allen of Brinklcy, the incumbent, did not file for re-election this year. The position is in District 28, which includes Monroe and Arkansas counties and parts of Woodruff SI. Francis and Prairie counties. ; Hargrove led Max Trice of Casscoe and Melvin Hicks of Stuttgart in Ihe contest and will race Hicks in the runoff June 11. Complete but unofficial re:urns from the race showed this tally: Hargrove 6.577, Hicks 4,- J8I, Trice 3.183. Other legislative results: HOUSE District 40, part of Columbia County: Auby Rowe.Jr. of Mag nolla 2,895. J. Waldo 1.858. District 65, £. 0'Daniel of Clay County: Valedictorian ;C. Allan Brown, son of Mr. ·'ami Mrs. L. O. Brown, Is the -recipient of a scholarship 'from Ihe University of Arkan- !«as. He plans 1« enter prc- ·!meil studies. He is a senior at 'Fayetteville High School and one nf the class co-valedic- .torians. He played in Ihe school hand, served as his- ·^tnrian for the National Honor ··Soctoly and vice president nf 'Ihe Language Club, and was a :· representative lo Ihe Student :', Council. James Holland of nKobel 1,735. Clifford Cole of Piggott 1.522, John R. Ungle of Piggott 1,09«. Junior Rouse of Greenway 787. CRAWFORD COUNTY District 13. Crawford County: Edward F. Thicksten of Alma 2.887. Dalton Edwards of Mulberry 1,458, Frank W. Booth of Van Buren 1,273. District 61, Drew and part of Ashley counties: Bcnriie Ryburn of Monticello 3,465, Robert W. D. Mareh of Montlcello 2,521. District 69, Dallas, Calhpun and part of Cleveland counties Rep. Thomas Sparks of Ford yce 3.301, Weems Trussell o: Fordyce 2,845, W. W. Taylor ol Fordyce 1,165, Don Atkins o Fordyce 1,123. District 72, Woodruff and pai of St. Francis counties: Joe N Peacock of McCrory 2,179, Cur tis King of Augusta 1.738. Jimmy D. Adtox of Augusta 1,607. District 2. Position 1. part of Pulaski County: Cliff HoOfman of North Little Rock 7.847, Rep. Bob Traylor of North Little Rock 6,287. District 1. Position !. part of Pulaski County: Rep. Paul Meers of Liltlc Rock 4.645, Clarence V. Ford of Little Rock .858, Charles G. Warnke of sherwood 2,734. DISTRICT Z4 Dislrict 24, Carroll and part if Madison counties: Cleo B. lackson of Green Forest 3.127. Harry F. Sutcliffe of Eureka Springs 1,604. Djstrict 68. Position 1, part of Iraighead County: Frank Lady f Jonesboro 7.947. Darrell Quails of Jonesboro 3,305. District 68, Position 2, part of Craighead County: Rep. Kenneth R. Camp of Jonesboro 5,36. Priscilla Scanlon of Jo.ies- wro 2.970. Sherman E. Harmon of Jonesboro 2,432. District 62, part of Ashley Bounty: Rep. N. B. Murphy of Hamburg 2,681, Dr. Don Toon of Crossctt 2.301. District 26, Newton and Johnson counties: Rep. Stcrlin Hurley of Claricsville 3.656, Don Moak of Clarksville 2,932. District 5. Position 1. part of Pulaski County: Rep. Bill Beaumont of Little Rock 10.603. Mike Castleman of Little Rock 8.313. District 3, Position 3, part of Pulaski County: Rep.' Robert Johnston 4,644, Frank James 2, 953, Leslie Rogers 1,497. District 3, Position 1, part of Pulaski County: Richard L. Mays 4,491, Irma Cunningham 3,212. Thadiieus Honeycutt 9*5. District 19, Pike and Nevada counties: Rep. Charles Honey 4.046, Horace D. Russell 3.647. District 22. Miller County: Earl Jones 3.599, Travis Dowd 2.098. District 84. Position 1, part of Crittenden County and part ol St. Francis County: Rep. Llovd McCuistion 4,157, Earl Allen 1.626. District M, Position t, part ol Crittenden County and part of St. Francis County: Kent Ru bens 3.080, Rep. R. A. Caldwel! 3,039. SENATK District 2, Pulaski County; Sen. Ralph M. Patterson 9,683 J. R. Whitten 4.109. Disaster Drill Said Successful SPRINGDALE -- Coopention between the city's tire department. Springd»le Memorial Hospitals, and the auxiliary police was food during Tuesday night's disaster drill. Fire Chief Mickey Jackson said today. Following a mock plane crash at Jones Elementary School, about 25 youngsters were transported by the city Fire department's ambulance service from the school to the hospital. Firemen, ambulance attendants, a doctor and two nurses were at the Take scene of the crash to administer first aid, Jackson said. All participating parties kne Mortfcwvtf Arkansas TIMES, W«d., May 5», 1974 « Moore Company Wins Production Award Employes and management fit the Moore Company, Inc. of Springdale have been honored for the second year in a row with the award of excellence from Sears, Roebuck and Co. The award was tor performance in 1973. John C. Geary, Moore president, said the award is the highest tribute Sears pays to a supplier and goes to less than two per cent of the 13,000 major sources of Sears supplies. A plaque was presented by John Nos worthy, hand tool buyer from Chicago. A brief ceremony was held in the new shipping facility recently added to the Springdale plant. Participating in the ceremony wer« Marshall McGuire. vie* president of operations; Henry Zephir, vice president of finance: George Harris, manager of the hand tool division and Paul Welch, manager of the Spting- dale plant. beforehand approximately when the drill would occur. Board To Meet T h e Washington County Planning Board will meet Monday on the fourth floor of th« courthouse at 3:30 p.m. City Planning Commission Okays Plats The Fayetteville Planning Commission approved two plats and tabled two other items in 'a meeting Tuesday at City Hall. Tabled were a request Tor » conditional use for properly on Hwy. 16 east and a discussion of accesses along Hwy. 62 west. The commission approved the preliminary plat of Sequoyah Woods, a subdivision south of Hwy. 45. The plat was approved con ttngent upon an additional eight feet of right-of way be dedicated along Joe Fred Starr Road, that the developers post a bond for improvement to a small portion of the road and that street lights and sidewalks be constructed to city specifications. The final plat for Hylanri Park. Phase Two, Block Five was also approved, with the stipulation that one small lot on the north side of the develop ment be dedicated to the city for construction of a water storage tank and that streetlights be shown on he plat, The next meeting of the commission is to be held June 11 at 4 p.m. Carter Is Appointed Principal At Central SPRfNGDALE -- William Noah Carter has been appointee principal of Central Junior High School. Truman G. Smith said today. Carter replaces former prin einiil, Robert Bethefl, who resigned last week because of inrpcrniciliaWe differences be tween him and teachers. A n a t i v e of Texas, Carfcr has his master's degree in Educa tiorr Administration from Mid western University. He camp to Springdflle in ITO when the Springdale School Board iiircc him as administrative assi.stan at the senior high school. Smith also announced the appointment of Dr. Bonni "Whitmore lo (he position of Elementary Education Coordi nnlor and of Mrs. Frankic Burns to lunchroom supervisor Dr. Whitmore. a native Ar kansan, holds a master's degree in feducation from the Univer sity of Nebraska. Mrs. Burns, who has com p-lclod school food scrvici training courses offered fhrougl the. University of Arkansas, wil replace Mrs. Pearl Anderson who is retiring. Carter's and Dr. Wnitmore's appaointmont are effective July ], 1974. Mrs. Burns will begin her duties August 1. Prairie Grove Lists Honor Roll PRAIRIF, GROVE -- The lonor roll for the second semester at Prairie Grove High School is announced by Bob ,ambert, principal and Mrs. Billey Yates, counselor. Students in the superior group made all A's; the high honor ;rnu[ made emore A's than B's mi the honor group has a B average. SENIORS Vickie Ferguson, Sharron ash, Karen Reaves. Ginger Rhoads, Debbie Tale, superior: -eslie Burlison, Randy Rief[, Pommy Smith, Helen Foster, Beverly Gaston, Connie Hodges, lune 'Madewell. high honor; landy Long, Terry Mabry, ~'erry Stokes, Joannie Barnes, illen Behl, Mary Burkett, Sherry Burkett. Karen Davenport, Alice Griffith, Paula Icenogle, Debra Kelt, Vickie C y 7. e r , Sheila Remington, mnor. JUNIORS Mary Jane Catcs.-Anita .Cope- and, Kathy Parker, Carmen Tale, Bobby Manning, Jeff Silva, superior; Kathy Bain, Parley Moinders, Connie More, {onoJa Reinold, M e l i s s a jparks, Debra Stanley, Mark Pinion. Ray Poindexter, Sparke Sparkman, high honor; 3cbra Bragg, Paula Cole, Coleen Cortey, Wanda Davis, (athy Moore , Sherrie Mooi'c, } e b b i e Pannell, Marjcan ^ierce, Sarah Powers, Tammy itaggs, Cheryl Thomas, Jolir.ny Barnes, Randy Box, Chip Buchanan, Steve Crawford, Tommy Durham, Keith Lunsforri, Billy Vlorell, Henry Pierson, Ed Pilo'te, Scott Vitro, honor. SOPHOMORES Shawn Frederick, Kathy ihreve, Charlotte Thompson, Donna Wilson, superior; Debbie Alison, Brcnda Bradley ,Brenda Brockmon, Pattl McLanc, Debbie Wist, .lolm English, Banny Fleming. Byron Suggs, ligh honor; Marianne Andrade, Dianna Carroll. Kim Fratrien, Carolyn Goss. Kathy Houston Charlotte Htilse, Pam McNair, Kalhy Mewell, David Bryan Jow Crawford. Bran Igou, Gars Moore, Kevin Morse, Tom Stearns, Charles Tippin, honor. FRESHMEN Gcrri Clement. Charia Know Ics, Riene Mclson. Gail Reaves Beth Tippin, superior; Steve Pilote, Dehra Blakemorc. Ann Giirrctt. Kori Jackson, Valerie Keli, Higli honor; Alan Beal K i r k Jackson, Wayne Morell, Jimmy Vincent, Sarah Burlison, Debbie Cooper. Cindy Couch, Katie Emerson. Gwen Fidler, Karen Hammclt, Cathy Nail Barbara Patterson, Darlene Davis, Teresa Adco.v. honor. Robbery Try Told S P R I N G D A L E -- Grace Briggins. 1004 W. Center St. told police Monday night a man with long'red hair and carryin; revolver attempted to rob her. Miss Briggins said she was u a l k i n g west on Center Stree when a dark red or maroon car pulled up beside her. She said a tall, slender man go out and told her "This is stick-up." Ignoring him, she kept walking toward her house. The man got tack in his car and left. THANKS Mere words cannot express my gratitude to each of you, Ihe voters, for your overwhelming support in Tuesday's primary election. In reiurn, I continue to Mfer the honejly. int*irrity r ind eftciency neccMary. as County Judge, to serve each community of lhi» tfrcat oounty. 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