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· NortWttt Arfcanwt TIMES, Thura., JuM 6, FAYITTIVILH. ARKANSAS 1974 Area Residents Asked To Turn Pennies Into Banks "fate nation is facing a penny shortage and local banks appeal *o -residents to empty the family ·ftiggy bank. Obituary MM! MlffilliiiUKIBili! B I1II!I!B!;;!«]I IIBSiWI Former Speech Instructor At University Dies ' Virgil L. Baker Sr.. 77. former instructor at the University of Arkansas, died Wednesday in * 'local hospital. Born Aug. 18 18% in Prescolt, Iowa, the son 'of James and Ida Rose Baker, he was a Presbyterian. JJc was instructor of speech a-Kl dramatic art at the Univer · sity from 192S to 1953. In 1346 ^he established the first chapter ·of the National Collegiate IPlayers honor society in Arkan ·sas. He was honored in 195' Tby the American Theater Assp ciatcs for distinguished work ir the production of new plays ant the encouragement of new play wrigbls. He was the author of poetry speech journal articles, text books and recently complete -a history of the speech depart . ment at Ihe UA. He received his bachelor* d e g r e e from Muskingum College. New Concord. Ohio an his master's degree from thi University of Illinois. He ala did advanced study at the Uni versily of Iowa. Survivors are the widow, Mrs Lillian B. Baker of the home four sons. Virgil Jr. of Syra cuse, N.Y., James W. and Dr ·Donald of Fayelteville an ^Robert E. of Tulsa; one daugh "ter. Mrs. Lynn Stewart of Tulsi ·"and 13 grandchildren. Funeral service will be at p m. Friday at the First Unite Prosbyteria'n C h u r c h w i t burial" in Fairview Memoria Gardens under direction o Moore's Chapel. ^ MRS. JULIA BRIRBNTHAL Mrs. Julia Morton Bridentha 88. of Muskogee. Okla., diei Wednesday in Muskogee. Bon April 11. 1886 in Farmmgton the daughter of William H. am ', Betty Smith Morton, she was a Prcs'byterian. Survivors arc two sons. Her bert E. of Muskogee and Jon of Sand Springs, Okla; on daughter. Mrs. Catherine Ros of J o p 1 i n. Mo.; four gram! children and three great-grand children. Private funeral services wi be ut 11 «-m. Friday at Moore Chapel 'With burial in Faime\ Memorial Gardens. LOWELL ROWEN Lowell D- Bowcn. 42 Springdale died at a f a y e t teville hospital this morning, was born J u n e 30, 1929 Spring Valley, Ark., the son o Jess and Eva Holman Bowcn and was a member of tin Pentecostal Church of God an .Disabled American Veterans 'He was a carpenter and servci in the Korean War. Survivors include the widow Mrs. Mildred Bowcn of tb home; a son Loy of Cam Lejeune. N.C.: a sister, Mrs Vermeil Wright of Springdal and his parents of Route 2 Springdale. Funeral service will be 1 ·p.m. Friday in t h e chapel Nelson's Funeral Home with ·· burial in National Cemetery. . Restaurant Entered An undetermined amount change and cigarettes wer ' t a k e in the overnight burglar of Selle's Restaurant, 9 S School Ave. Fayetteville police said th money and cigarettes wer taken"from a cigarette inachin · inside Ihe building which ha ;bc-cn pried open. · E n t r v was gained b Breaking a small bathroom w: · d o w on the west side of th building. Str-aw Man Dangles SPRINGDALE -- Dressed a ; construction helmet, boot blue jeans and a western shir *a ;man dangled from a noo ;in'' the Springdale Police D -pertinent's garage t h i s m o .niog. A straw man, t h a t is. · Police found the stuffed figui ; alongside North 0 1 d Missoti Ro-id late- Wednesday nig a f ( e r a woman called th station to report she had see what looked like a dead man. month by the jiortrjtofSt Tfjb!:sS2.j tally «r.d Saaday Je.r-ary 1. Jiuy 4, Taasfcsziv'j d (Taw Posuj* F«ye:lcv.i:e, Ar*. IMT^rurR ASSOCIATE!) T*« Associated Prtll Is «tlu«d clcslTfilj" to lh« use /or rerwfc Uon of all local dew* prjited In newspaper is we!] et ill AP i dispatches. BCBSCRIPTTOS mm Ef.'ectivi October 1, 1*T1 Hone Denver? moeui by carrier f £· copy t*\\j We, ·radar In Washtaftoa, Bmtou, Ulffljno Bet, Art. AJ.L- Co.. C*U.: . 1 TEAR CU7 Bon -' Outi'de ab ' A jnondu ; I mono. t' * 16. M «o«s 11 M urn FATABT.F Pf George K. Shelton, executive ce president of the First ational Bank said the shortage ill cost taxpayers millions be- -iuso unless 30 billion pennies re returned to circulation. ihelton said nearly half of the 2 billion pennies the U.S. Mint produced in the past 15 cars arc in hiding. "The mint reduces one cent coins at a ite of 35 million a day but ere are not enough pennies Intl Ilarv _ _ i · _r_ ' T-_T? Tm, NEW YORK Furnkfctd A. 0. B.4w»r4t Amer Tel Tel . Ark La Gas Central S W Del Monte Ford Frontier Air .... Gen Growth -Gen Mtrs Gordon Jewelry . STOCKS A- 4G v i 22V4 'iO*» HV, W, 14"t 10 40 Vt COT '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.. 1 go around in many areas the nation." Shelton explain- The banker urges far ilics to ather up pennies t h a t are liiei- in pickle jars, old socks nd piggy banks and hring lem to the bank. Shelton said J u n e lias been ecalared Penny Redemption iny U.S. Mint in an 'fort to cure this artificial bortage. "For every $25 worth of pen- ies cashed in at the bank, the J.S. Tresury will award an Ex- eptional Public Service cer- ficate to the individual roup responsible," Shelton aid. Postal Service Seeks Building In Greenland The Postal Service is seeking jroposals to build and lease a Post Office building in Green and. The proposed building wil contain 1,067 square feet, ac cording to Durwood F. Harris manager of the Little Rock Postal District. Harris said his office is seek ng proposals from propert; owners and contractors to buili and lease post offices in Green and and in Wabbaseka. He said no site for fhe Green land building has been selected jut prospective bidders ar asked (o offer a suitable sit \ well as a proposal to erec' Post Office building from pre lesigned architectural standarc plans. James W. Swaim, real estate specialist with the Little Rock Costal District Office will re ceive information lor open bic ding at room 240 Post Office Building, Little Rock. The Post Office building wit e leased by the Postal Servic for a basic perind of II) year with an option on an additiona' 20 years. Decatur Woman Held Pending Robbery Charges BENTONVILLE -- A 36-year old rural Decatur woman is be ng held in the BenUm Count; Jail on suspicion of armed rob bery. She was arrested follow ng three robberies in Gentr and Decatur about noon Wet nesday. Bcnton County aulboritie declined to identify the woma pending formal charges, whic may include federal charges. A sheriff's deputy s a i d th woman is suspected of havin robbed a woman at a laundr mat in Gentry and of burglari ing the laundromat and the De catur Post Office. Although a complete inven lory of what was taken at Ih Post Office is not yet complete the deputy said the woman too in excess of $100 f r o m th Post Office. She was arrested about fu miles west of Decatur on county road some 30 minute after the Gentry robberies. String Quintet To Play Music For Elderly A strin" quinlet will provic music during lunches served a the Fayctteville and Springdal meal sites for the Nutritio Program for the Elderly f h : week. The quintet, junior and senio high school musicians, include Trina Page, violin: Ron Stone and Stephen Yancey, violis and Rick Bashor cellist: an Tom Hawley bass violinist. It is planned that recre; tiqnal, educational and enfe: tainnient programs will be pr vided for meal participants a least twice monthly. The nutr tion program is administere by Ihe Economic Opportunit Agency. 10", . 27 . 3V* ... 44W .... 40 ... 87A .. 15'/4 .'.'."32% ... 26W 2 '.'.'.'m ... 26% .... 7% .. 1816 13W-1 . %-U 5T4-6W IW-2'A -T-E Imperial -C Penney evi Strauss ing Temco larcor 'an Am World Air 'hillips Pctro "izza Corp 'izza Hut Alston afeway -.. ears Scott Paper ihake^pcare Sou Pac 'exaco 'ri State Mtrs ... Inion Carbide -- Jnited Air ..-. -- /ictor T. Val Mart Ark West Gas ... Station Cearney Natl dtntite Man 5 ioneer Foods H K Porter 30'A-31Vi Std Regis 14 '4- 15 14 Tyson Foods Yellow Frt 46-46% Averages nds up 2.03 Trans up TJlils v «nchange Volume 3.150.00C Commodity Openings July corn 2.74 Nov soybeans 5.3 Sept eggs 40.10 July pork bellies S3-7. July wheat 3-71 Preparations Are Under Way For June 11 Primary Area News Briefs 'ending Machine Theft, SPRINGDAI.E -- A soft drink cntling machine inside Harp's yimdry at ihvy. 71 and Sunset .venue' vas burglarized net- ·ecu Wednesday noon and arly today. Police believe the then may e pan of an organized ring tiich steals keys to vending lachines and later burglarizes he machines. No signs of forced entry were ound on the machine at the aundry. About S20 in change nd the money box from inside he machine were taken. Police Iso noted t h a t ahout five cases f empty pop bottles are stolen rom the business each week. Firearms Stolen Torn Madwcll oi the Richland community on Hwy. 45 east of ·'ayettevillc has reported the heft of several firearms from lis home. _ Washington deputies the back door was forced open. On Dean's List Seventy-five students in Jniversity of Arkansas College f Engineering were named to he Dean's List for the spring emcster. according to Loren R. leiple. dean of the College. Among those students with lerfect marks for the semester verei William C. Kendrick, a unior from Springdale. Other students named to the Dean's List included: Joseph K larris, a freshman from Fay^ etleville, and John G. Sugg 'reshman from Fayefteville. Madwcll told bounty sheriff's Flowers Stolen Three begonia and two geranium plants were reported stolen from a flower box display at Houston-Taylor Parking Garage at 14 N. College Ave. overnight. The plants are vulued at $8. Windshield Broken Alike Hatridge, 617 M a p l e Drive, Springdale. told Fayette ville police that the windshielc on his car was cracked Wednes day night while the car was parked at the Huddle Club on North College Avenue. Police said they believed beer bottle was thrown at the Two (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) icene they found Arbuckle sitting near the railroad tracks, about 40 feet in front of Ms lorne. Phillips was standing beside a car, parked just behind the fertilizer plant. IN CORNER The .22 caliber rifle, used in the shootings was found standing in a comer on the front p o r c h of the Arbuckle residence. One spent shell casing and several unfired cartridges were found at the scene of the shooting, laying on the ground. In the past, police said they have been summoned several occasions by one both of the men after reported fighting or shooting incidents involving the two. However, this is the first time either on? has been shot in what was termed a "standing feud" that has lasted at least 15 years. Police said charges will be filed in connection with the incident, probably Friday. False Alarm S P R I N G D A L E -- Polic received a call about 8:30 p.m Vednesday from a youth wh ild them t h a t a friend of hi rother's was chasing peopl round with a black-jack wea on. Checking into the matter 'ficers discovered the black dck was actually a sassafra; oot. Jury A n n Henry, Washingtoi County Democratic Committee chairman, said today that a lis of persons who voted in th Republican primary May 28 wil be sent to the respective pollin, places in the June 11 primary. It is illegal, M r s . Henr. pointed out, for persons wh voted in the Republica preferential p r i m a r y on May 2 :o vote in the Democratic run off p r i m a r y June 11. There are no contested race i the June 11 run-off on th Republican ticket in the countj Democrats will vote June 1 at the same polling places that - . were set up for the May 281 sponsibly operating a vehicle, election, although there will be : _TMe defense^challenged _ lest (CONTDTOED FROM PAGE ONI) at Washington Regional Medical Center and tested at Springdale Police Department showed a .16 percent volume of alcohol in Munn's blood. According to Arkansas statute, a reading of .10 percent is enough to infer tKa person is not capable of re fewer voting machines at some polls. In Washington County, the race for sheriff is the only county-wide issue. In certain Springdale precincts, voters will choose a nominee for the District nine state representative post. As part of the Third C o n g r e s s i o n a l District. Washington County voters will ballot on the Dpmocractic nominee lor the post held by Republican John Paul Hammerschmidt. Bill Clinton of Fayetteville and Hot Springs and Gene Rainwater, a state senator from candidates. Greenwood, are Constable races in Center and Prairie township will be contested in the run-off. Guitar Stolen Mrs. Joe P. Clark, 105 N'oland St., F a y e t t e v l l l e . fold Washington County sheriff's depuiics Wednesday a guitar had been stolen from her home. Entry was made through an unlocked back door. The guilar was valued at $150. Siioam Springs To Celebrate 94th Anniversary SII.OAM SPRINGS -- Plans are complete to commemorate the 9!lh anniversary of Silnam Springs during the week of June 24. the city's official birthday. The observances will include a gospel sing, a donkey Softball game, square dance exhibition, a bikathon and inner-tube race for youngsters. The Four State Gospel Sing is set for 7:30 p.m. June 26 at the football field; the donkey Softball game, between the Siioam Springs Jaycees and the Chamber of Commerce teams, will he held June 27 at the baseball field at John Brown University. Siioam Springs Dance Club members will be hosts for a street dance J u n e 28. Area s q u a r e dancers have been invited to compete for trophies. The third annual Bikathon will begin at 10 a.m. June 29. During the afternoon the inner- tube race at Sager Creek will be held for youngsters 15 years of age and younger. mony concerning the bloo sample because of the lack of certain records when the sam jle was taken, and because o its long storage in an unlocked compartment at Springdale po lice headquarters since the cident. The defense questioned if a blood lest was really drawn, a well as statements relating U the actual collision of the car The defense also argued lha simply making a mistake is no matter of criminal negli gence. It was not immediately knowi if an appeal will be filed ii the case. Involuntary manslaughte carries a maximum sentence o three years and or a fine to $1,000. The jury might have found M u n n guilty of negligen homicide, a misdemeanor car rying a maximum sentence of a year in county jail and a $1,00 fine. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! Ii ran eanidt reach yoor TIMES carrier PHONE DaUy S to 6:30 p.m. Sttureay S to 8 p.m. Sunday « to 8:30 a.m. Church Break-In Nothing has been found missing at the First Pentecost Church of God, Hwy. 62 West, following a break-in Wednesday. Fayetteville police said both the front door and the door to the pastor's study had b e e n forced open. Ozarfc Society Meet The Highlands Chapter of the Ozark Society will meet June 12 at 7:30 p,m. at the Mcllroy Bank. A film on canoeing and kayaking will be presented. The nnbh i.s Invi*^ to attend. NO HAPPY HELLO... ... hi tver quite equ«l to th* warm welcome extended tb newcomer* b» the Welcome Wagon Hostets. Her smile may be no brighter, her greeting no more cheerful, but she'i made the welcome more · work of art than a mere greeting . . . complete with a galaxy of gift* and helpful Information on schools, churches, shops and communityfacilities. . So when a new neighbor moves In, follow up your happy hello with a Welcome Wagon greeting. A Hostess awaits your call at Phone 443-54M or 443411 Grand Jury (CONTtNUTD FROM PACE I) he grand jury room. Indicted by the grand jury vcre: former Ally. Gen. John S T . Mitchell; former White louse aides H. R. Haldcman, fohn D. Ehrlichman, Charles V. Colson. and Gordon C. Stra- ·han: former assistant Atty. icn. Robert C. Mardian; and (enneth W. Parkinson, a for- ner attorney for the Presi Jent's re-election committee. Earlier this week Colson )leaded guilty to a single :harge of obstruction of justice n the Pentagon Papers case and agreed to cooperate' with he prosecutor's office. As a result. Jaworski said he would move to have all other charges against Colson dropped. The University Theater's first iroduction of the summer sca-j on at the University of Arkanas will be "The Hollow Crown" as devised by John Barton for Ticmbers of the Royal Shake- pcare Comnanv. D r . Preston Magrudcr, n'ofessor of speech and drama- ic art and 'director of the production, said the play is an en- ertainment by and about the cings and queens of England -- music, poetry, speeches, etters and other writings that carry the audience from Ihe time ot William the Conqueror .hrough the reign of Victoria. Reviews in the New Yotk Fire Damages Motel SPRINGDALE -- An electrical short in the wiring in the attic of the Barber Motel on Hwy. 71 Wednesday afternoon started a fire that spread across the ceiling of four m units. Fire department officials said today that the blaze began above Unit Three. One person was in the room at the time but left without suffering injury The fire was confined to the attic. Damage from the fire and water used to extinguish it was moderate, Assistant Fire Chie Floyd Bohannon said. Cemetery Services Memorial services will be held Sunday at the Shumate Cc-metery near Durham. An all day program is planned. UA To Present 'Hollow Crown' Post commented Hollow Crown" that "The made "a delightfully civilized evening in the theater, humorous, touching and always warmly human." A cast of nine performers, three ingers and a harpsichordist make up this royal cast. Two performances will be given on June 13 and June 14 at 8 p.m. in the University Theater. The box office will open for advance reservations at 1 p.m. on Tuesday (June 11) and will be open each afternoon through the production Theft Reported Jacky Mecy of Tontitown told Washington County sheriff: d e p u t i e s Wednesday that several items were taken from a trailer at Tontitown sometime Tuesday. A color television set. a hair dryer, a wooden rosary, a 16 gauge shotgun, a tool box, i guitar, and t w o stereo head phones were taken. om 1 to 5 p.m. Tickets may D purchased at the doar. The cast includes Gale Byrd Rcdtield; John S. Ration of a ye t te v i l l c ; David O. cQueen of Bella Vista:, Thoas R. Harper, Jr. of'GillhHm; athie Johnson of Bluff City; m Whillock of Fayettev.'lle: c s 1 e y Edwards of Hot prings; Jack Mahan of Fay- teville, all UA students; and anielle Patrick, a Fayettevllle i«h School student. Singers will be Kenneth allenger. Maxwell Worthley nd Ed McClelland. To Address Seminar Dr. Bob E. Hall, associate rofessor of insurance a n d fiance in the college of business dminislration at the University : Arkansas, will address the Oth a n n u a l life insurance semi- ar being held this week on he camous of Arkansas State 'niversity in Jonesboro. People Helping People Directors of Funeral Service Service u ·OWEN, Low*tl D. -- Friday. 1:30 p.m. Chapel of Neteon'j Funeral Horne. Hev. Ralph Rogers officiating assisted by Rev. Cecil Garrison. Tn.er- ment. National Cemetery. LANEY, Mrs. Jn*e -- Arrangements pending- PLANNED USE REPORT GENERAL REVENUE SHARING General Revenue Sharing provides federal funds directly to local and stale government*. The law requires each government to publish a report cfhs plans for the use of these funds to inform its citizens and to encourage their participation in deciding how the morey ought to be spent. Within the purposes listed, your government may change this spending plan. p PLANNED EXPENDITURES CATEGORIES (A) 1 PUBLIC SAFETY 2 ENVIRONMENTAL PROIEC1ION S 10,000 3 PUBUC TRANSPORTATION S 75.000 $ 75.000 I RECREATION 7 SOCIAL SERVICES FOR AGED OR POOR 8 FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION i MULTIPURP05EANO GENERAL GOVT. 10 EDUCATION 11 SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT 12 HOUSINGCOM- MUN1TY DCVELOPMEN 13 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 14 OTHER ISp«cify Contingency CAPITAL IB) 30,000 S 15.OOP S293.000 ged , uvenile * 93 fWt S aoo.ooo S12,000 63,626 §65,626 OPERATING/ MAINTENANCES) $ 331.000 THE aOVEKNMEMTOF HflSHINOTON COUNTY ANTICIPATING A GENERAL REVENUESHARING PAY- MENT OF FORTHE FIFTH ENTITLEMENTPERIOD.JULYI. 197* THROUGH JUNE 30.1975. PUNS TO SPEND THESE FUNDS FOR.THE PURPOSES SHOWN. ./ACCOUNT NO. 24 i 672 672 CQUNTV JUDGE FftVETTEVlU-E fiRK 72781 {D)Thn««TT«ii«hMb«i«M»iil«»ta .. «« noon m bm vubMeil to · local imnpeper e( gimnl tircuMon. I hem raoonli itxinoiltig »» corona of «· r^ort.ndd^«o»«tepuBetcnii^« Washington County Judge's Office [E] ASSURANCES |FW» to tatnictfcm E) I iHum th» SverttifY cf th* TrMMy thlt the natdheilmiftt- tion ind otfMr^Mi^itafy mutteuwiilt fitt*£_ in Put E of the Inunction* ·ccompanying tife report jM^» eonptel with by I S o n o Vol Z figuOnola T.octer -- Pmmt-y .InApo S-77-7A «fe= To the people of Arkansas, Thank You Today, I want to express to all the people of Arkansas my profound gratitude for your confidence and trust and for the opportunity you have given me to serve our state. During this campaign and in almost four years as your governor I have traveled throughout the state of Arkansas visiting every county and town. My family and I have met with you and together WB have discussed t he challenges of the future. We are all aware of the problems; inflation, the energy shortage, the need for (ax reform, for health care, for quality education, and the overwhelming crisis in confidence in our leadership. And I think we are equally aware of the opportunities we have to reach out and find solutions to these problems. As I have met with you and talked and listened and learned of your concerns, I have been humbled and challenged by the very scope of the work ahead. But, I firmly believe that together you and I can make a drtfer- r we anwcrt to restore lr»eryld«rieeolm»peotito In ow hi Wnrrington M I hive here bi Artansw- Trunk you,

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