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N«rrhw»«t Arkansas TIMES, Friday, J u n e 7, 1974 FAVtTTIVILLt. A R K A N S A S Fqyettevilie Projects Are Listed 'Bkentennial Communily' Designefion Projects to be included in an application for formal desig nation of FayeUeville as a hi Centennial community wore developed Thursday at the second meeting of the steering · ....committee seeking to establish a Bicentennial Commission. ' The projcr'.s suggested at the 'session, conducted by Dr. Blair H a r l . in the absence of Bob VcKir.ney, chairman of the steering committee, include; -- R e s t o r a t i o n projects already underway, including Hie Ridge House and the Washing- Ion County Courthouse. , --Register of historic sites in the county; designation of Washington'Avenue as a historic neighborhood; and eslabli rnenl of a Junior Historian Society, projects being developed by t h e Washington County Historical Society, - --Preparation of documentary NEW YORK STOCKS Opening Pricn Furnished by A. C. Edward. Son Ark Best Corp . Amcr Tel Tel Ark La Gas Baldwin Campbell Soup . Central S W .... 475i .... 22=!, ... 10'i ... 30ia .... 15'A Chrysler 17'A nl Del Monte Dillards . Easco ... A G Ld\\ Emerson Exxon Ford Frontier Air Gen Growth Gen Mlrs Gordon Jewelry InU Harv I-T-E Imperial J C Penney Levi Strauss Ling Temco ftlarcor Pan Am World Air Phillips Petro Pizza Corp Pizza Hut Ralston , Safeway .....Sears .' '. Scott Paper Shakespeare Sou Pac :. Texaco Tri Stale Mlrs Union Carbide United Air -.-.... Victor ."..... Wai Mart Ark West Gas Citation Kearney Natl 20 t'P -1' 4 1 5 27 13'/i 71) Va .... 13% J O V ' 2 .... 275i ! 52'd .... 1HI .... 21% 45-Va .... '11% . . . . 89'i .... 15'!1 «i% .... 33!4 .... 27'/i 9 .... 42',4 .... 27',i 7,4 IS's-Hli .. '/a-Hi (Mi% Minute Man 1 !.'i-2'/'« Pioneer Foods H K Porter Std Regis Tyson Foods Yellow Frt Inds '.'. Trans Utils Volume .. 4?.', -5 31-.12 .. l'Hi-15'J ..... 46-115% . . . . up 7.9S up 2.'A . . . . up .25 ... 6,560,0(11) Commodity Openings July corn --'. 2.78 Nov soybeans 5.2fi Sept eggs "1C.DO July pork bellies 32.75 July wheat 3.fifi Benfon Becomes 10-Gallon Donor William B. Bent on of Fayettc- vlllc, who has donated blood regularly since the establishment of the Washington County Red Cross Blooci program, reached the t e n gallon donor status at the Bloodmobile visi here this week. John R. G. Parker of Prairie Grove attained the five gallon ( onor status and Mrs Carol Wright the four gallon status. Attaining the three gallon .status were Burl E, McGinnis, Lawrence Swaim and Jacques Drazsnzak, and Albert Loyd Davis reached the two gallon status. One gallon donors in the pro gram are !,e?ter Mursche-: , Thomas 0, Graff, Margaret C- Htighey, Richard C- "Ourand .Jr., W i l f r e d VancJeven- ier. Carol Walther. Harold R. Bell, Hugh H. J. Brewer, Man pin Cumminqs. Connie Nimmo. Roger M. Perry, Ernest Slaugh- kr of Elkins arid JK.I Storla. f i l m s on area historic sites for distribution to schools and lo be u?crl by c i v i c o r g a n i z a t i o n s . -- Kstablishm^nt of a bicycle t r a i l on Old Butlcrfield Stage Coach t r a i l . --A festival, with t r a d i t i o n a l p a r a d e to mark July 4. !97G, the n a t i o n ' s 2 r 'OHi b i r t h r t a v I.AKB DEVELOPMENT --Arkansas A v e n u e beautili- catitm project ami. the Lake Fayetleville development. --Community action to solve some of the e x i s t i n g social problems, with emphasis on projects which w i l l be permanent and become a monument to the Bicentennial. --Adoption of a grandparent project for school age youngsters. A suggestion that preservation of the Old Post Office be included was tabled until the outcome of the proposed m e e t i n g between the city, the housing authority and representatives of U r b a n Renewal clarifies the situation. It was noted the projects included on the preliminary application dp nol limit Bicentennial activities. Others may be added and projects changed during the three-year celebration. Three projects of the University of Arkansas, the summer construction of a museum - liki Cash Bond For Murder Charge edifice utili/.ing solar and taping of musical history arc a l r e a d y undcnvav. DESIGNATION SOUGHT Mrs. Elaine Walker of t h ; Northwest Arkansas Planning C o m m i s s i o n reported that Washington Circuit Judge lupin C u m m i n g s nas ap- ..nni-in- I'""TM' lnc release of Hibbv c n e i f , v . Mol . Ban 30 5U s Wil | uw A . /; ^ on p a y m e n t of 10 per c"nt, or $5.000, of his $50.000 bond. .Morgan is charged with first degree murder in the May 19 of Roosevcnt Willis" A2. Springdale milted an Bicentennial nation. has already application for Community des The Chamber of Commerce there has been designated to develop the plans. She said projects included in the application fo!d. They a week ago were three are ' S h i 1 o a h recreation of development of Town." with old store fronts and the Butterfield Stage re a.\ station: a m u s i c a l to he stagcc by the A r t s Theater and a b e a u t i f i c a t i o n project on Ihe highway between Fayctioville and Springdale with planting ol trees and shrubs. The a n n i a poultry festival and 4tli of July Rodeo were also included. In attendance in addition to the acting chairman and Mrs. Walker were Morris Collier. Ted Wylic. Dr. I) w a i n E. Manskc. Bud Allen. David MctVethv, Wes Edwards. Dr W. W. Grigorieff and Gil Wcis bergcr, one of Ihe students involved in the solar energy project. The next meeting is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. June 20. al the theater at Marble Falls, the Ozark Room, 200 W Ccnier St Obituary IIIJBII mi iiiuii nm ii mi i nn u inn iriiiiiiiiininii i iinniinii HminiraiBiiiiiiisnniiiiuiiBKininiiiijHiBijiriJBUJiiiBiiM Siloa (Buck) LKO.N WASSON Springs Leon Wasson. 71. of Siloain Springs, died Thursday Fayetteville hospital. Born Julj 21, 1!)02 in Gentry, the son of A. G. and Mamie McGaugh Wasson, be established, owned and had operated Ihe Wasson F u n e r a l Home since 1028. He was past president of · the Siloam Springs Rotary Club; a member of various Masonic b o d i e s including honorary membership in the Supreme Council of 33rd Degree; a member of the Scottish Kite Bodies of Fort. Smith; a Shriner, trustee of the Presbyterian Church of Siloam Springs and a member of York Bodies of Siloam Springs. Survivors are a son, Robert G Wasson of Siloam Springs; a daughter. Mrs. Paul M. Davis of Memphis. Tenn.; and four grandchildren. The body will lie in s t a t e al Wasson Memorial Chapel from 7:30-8:39 p.m. today. Funera! sevice will be at 10 aMn. Saturday in Wasson Memorial Chapel with Initial in Oak Hill Ceme- lery with Masonic Services al the grave. ROY BAXLEY Siloam Springs Hoy Baxley. 75, o[ Gentry, died "Thursday in Siloam Springs Memorial Hospital. Born, March 7. 189!) in Aline. Okla., he was a retired merchant, a Baptist, a member of Gentry Lodge 220 F and AM. Order of the Eastern Star Sol) and York Rites Bodies. SuVvivors arc t h e widow, Mrs. Fannie Baxlcy of the home; a son. Lloyd of Cotulla Tex.; a sister, Mrs. Mable Dickson of M i a m i , Okla. and two g r a n d children. Funeral service will he at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Baptist Church of Gentry w i t h burial Gentry Cemetery under direction of Wasson" Funeral Home. MRS. SUSIB SHARP Mrs. Susie Tisdalc Sharp. 66. ol Goshen, died Thursday in a local hospital. Born Aug. 5, 1887 at Goshcn, .lames K. the and ' Bus Mainfenancc . . (laughter of Martha Ann Thompson Tisdale, she was a a Methodist. Survivors arc one brother. W i l l i a m Tisdale of Habberton Ozark Window Destroyed By Sforin The office of the Ozark Window Corp. on Hwy. 71 North a n d several nieces at d nephews. Funeral service will he at 2:30 p.m. .Monday ill the Goshcn Methodist Church with burial in Goshen Cemetery under direc- ion of Moore's Chapel. ]\IHS. JOSEPHINE: LANEY Mrs. Josephine L. Laney, 94, a former resident of Greenland, died in Concord, Calif. Thursday. She was born Nov. 27, 1879 in Arkansas the daughter of Pclleso and Katfiryn V, Monition King. She was a member oF the Presbyterian Church. She is survived hy two sons, William of Concord find Kenneth of Faycltcvillo; five daughters, Mrs. Kay Harder of Concord Mrs. Hazel Hartley and Mrs. Opal ProffUt, both of Susariville. Calif., Mrs. Thelma Gibson of Sacramento. Calif.; Mrs. Lanita Imes of iUjsa, Calif.; a brother, Santa Archi- , . , bald King of Fayetteville, 19 grandchildren, and -14 great- grandchildren. Funera] .service will be 1:30 o.m. Monday in the chapel of Kelson's Funeral H o m e with Mirial in Baptist Ford Ceme- WILLIAM P. HIGH William P. Rich, 77, of West Fork, died in a l^ayeUeviUe nospital Thu.rsi.lav. He war ; born Oct. 25, 189G in Pea Ricl^e, the son of Timothy and Sarah Martin Rich. of 10 S. Willow Avc. He not guilty on a r r a i g n m e n t . The order signed Thursday by Cummings allows the sheriff to accept 10 per cent of ihe braid. Such a procedure is common praclicc in Ihe courts. Morgan was at press lime expected to post t h c reduced amount later. still today Two Counties [CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) at (he intersection of Leverett Street and Douglas Avenue about I I p.m. Thursday. Firemen said the live fireworks-like wires created display before power company crews repaired the damage. About 10:15 p.m. an electrical wire was reported down on Longvicw Street. Again fire-men stood by while SWEPCO w o r k men removed Hie downed lines. Fayetteville police reported rash of burglar a l a r m s sounding throughout the city during the height of the storm. State Police said a bridge jusl south of Elm Springs on Hwv. G8 was flooded. A trooper stayed al the area, warning motorists not to attempt to cross the bridge, u n t i l state Highway Department workmen could place barricades. Fayetteville streets, already suffering from rain damage, took another healing according to street superintendent Clayton Powell. Powell described ' the heavy rainfall as "disasterous STREETS BLOCKED He said many streets ar blocked by debris and gravel which has jammed storm sewers. He said Mocking Bird Lane, under construction by a contractor was heavily damaged. Sub-base gravel had been placed prior lo the deluge ant today "most of it has washed down onto Overcrest Street " cnslo-i hut \va Powell said. Town Branch on Huntsviile Street was clogged with debris as was the intersection of 'Willow Avenue and Huntsviile Streel. 'We're doing the best we can" to get streets cleared so traffic can move, Powell said describing the situation as worse all over." He also predicted future prob- ems where streets w i t h o u t curb and gutter have been undercut It will lake six to.eight weeks just to repair damage when the rain quits," he said. Tree limbs and uprooted trees ivere reported in isolated areas around Fayetteville. b u I pro- icrly damage appears relatively light, officals said. Survivors include several ( · nieces and nehphews. Funeral service w i l l !» K .in. Monday in the chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home wit 1 burial in National Cemetery. Blood Cioo! By 29 Pints Here The Red Cross Bloodmobile' exceeded the county goal when 1 a record 1£)3 pints were collec I led Thursday at the final da\ I of the three-day visit here. ! 'There were 504 pints collec-' te''. 29 above the 475 goal. The! br- ak down was 153 pints Tuesday at Springdale and 153, Wednesday and 133 Thursday at Fayellcviile. The record number of donors! came to the Bloodmobiie Thurs | day despite the bad weather. The record draw included 60 pints for SEindy Kay Shipnian, 5-year-old girl who will 1111 dcrgo surgery in Tulsa later this month. Miss Suzanne Lighlon, blood lonor recruitment co-chairman, said other contributions included blood for patients -in :irea hospitals. She noted that ·eplacement of blood for rcsi lents of Ihe county whether lospitalizcd here or elsewhere n the United States is not mandatory as long as the county naintains its eligibility in the program by meeting ils quota at, each of the Bloodmobile isits. JOE 1IAUKIMAN Huntsvillc -- Joe Haivirmm, 88, of Route (i. Huntsville, died T h u r s d a y in the Madison Countv Hospital. H o r n June J, 188G ul Japton. the son of Jerry and Mary Rogers Harriman. he was a retired farmer and a member of the C lurch of Christ. Survivors are two sons. Willie ancl Paul both 'of FayeUeville three daughters, Mrs. T.ol Rogers of Hunlsville and Mist, JoeUa Harriman ancl Mrs Helen Blaylnck of Fayetteville of Padcn Mrs. O.llie Parker oT Hurit'sville and M Sarah Fisher of Kansas City; IB grandchildren and '10 great- grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Ihe Japton Church of Christ with burial in f.j?cl better Cemetery under direction of Brashears Funeral Home. brother, Dave Okla.; two sisters. ' RUSSELL VILLE -- Q r i c ! u ' a s completely destroyed hundred and twelve school 'husj t m i 'i n S the storm mechanics drivers are e»! n '£ht. peeled to attend the 23rd a n n u a l j A r I h u r Skelton, owner Bus Maintenance School June! re P° ! 't[?d 10-14 at A r k a n s a s Tech. joffic. , t h a t records, and HILTON CARROLL Huntsviile -- Hilton Carroll, 78, ol St. Paul, died Thursday at his home. Born June 24. 1B94 in Boyle County, Ky.. the son of Christopher and Mcllie Carroll, he was a relin-d farmer. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Delia Harrison Carrol! of the home: two sons. Welch and Charles both of St. Paul; two m^ir;^ s " u r ii^^rtven^hie 0 '^.^, Ihe w i n d bat '.he rest of M ,. s Kalhryn Stapleton of Springdale; one brother, Dnvvey Pub'.irbed ij J-anuarj- I. 4, Tt2r.t.-z:rt=g ar-J the b u i l d i n g was unt'V.ichpJ. inJ.murf n f ? 3 ', 1 reC ° ri5 ' of Tennessee; one sister Mrs. !»L'^^ n a ^ e been ! e r ,,at.;randchilrtrcn. no w a j to p u n e r ai service will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the St. Paul . , .Bib'e Church with burial in w l l n ' B r a s i i e a r s Cemetery undf-r , jdirection of Brashears Funeral h '"' s ! Home. T;-= Asjortatefl Press cl^£:vel.v to tft e use Coi ol all !c«2l tews n«Tipapsr -u we^ 21 j r rep-j ii::c-d- r-nieJ Ja LI'I a!! AP r-wj placc'l recent order chock j the company. ! Temporary office space =M been established in the building going on si SCB9CBJ1TION RATra Ef.'scliv* October 1, 1*73 Per month by csrr.'cr _______ $33 Sxzie copy daily lOc, Szr^ar Sc C.S. Mill an. /ut, Ad'alr'co..' o*te~: I monUis . ^__. f nXil!u 1 VEAR ._ cttr sat sectka Outside above COB I ramtti I mnr.tfci 1 VXAJt B.M CJCC - S 9.» . 1800 4IJ, MAIL ErB9CftD*TinM FATAHX IK AI.VA.VCI ant! business u = u a l . The damage was discovered about C a.m. when Skelton a r r i v e d .v. the p l a n t. Xo estimate of damage is available at t h i s time. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! If you cannot reach your TIMES earner PHONE 442-6242 Daily o to 6;30 p.m. Sa'.uruav 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. Child I n j u r e d A bov from Wa three-year-old Fayetteyilic was treated and released _:on Regional Medical Center for minor injuries he received w h e n strifck by a car traveling on South School Street at 5:07 p m Thursday. Larry R. Bruce. 3. son of Mr. and Mrs. Eric West brook of 319 K. 22nd St. ran from the Xorpe Village W.?shau-ria of 2023 S School St. to the west side of the street, hesitated then ran in front of a southbound car driven by Mrs. Joann Kinscler. 39. of Independence, Mo., who was unable to come to a full stop before sinking ihe boy. CONTINUED FROM PAGE OI-TE) washed out. near flooded Plate glass smashed, and by the winds and basements Spring Creek, windows were roofs blown off - and rains. The Wade Jones Company at Hwy. 71 and Sanders Avenue, Guy's Food Co.. Inc., and a garage al the Broad Acres Nursin" home on West End Slreet were heavily damaged after Ihe roofs were torn off. The D. II". McJunkin Garage on Hwy. G8 west was demolish ed, according to fire depart ment reports. More than hall the building was t o r n apart with only a part of the rno and the back wall still standin today. Windows at Watson's Tire and Supply, and Pat Heni^ Chevrolet were smashed by wind-driven debris. A v a c a n t ' t r a i l e r near Tonli town, soulh of the Cawood Produce Company on Hwy. 68 west blew over but did not "catch f n c Several persons trapped in cars were freed by t h e Spring. dale Fire Department's rescue unit. People were trapped a car on Hwy. 68 west n n r Hwy. 112 after a live power line fell on the vehicle. Ozark B.ectric Company and Firemer Ireed the unidentified persons. A man silling in a pick up truck at Old Missouri Road and Huntsviile Avenue watched tree blew across (he shct m fronl of him and another fell onto bis Iruck. pinning him in He was not injured RESCUED U N I N J U R E D A. person was trapped in a ar in the Peaceful Valley sub- iivision after a tree fell onto he vehicle. The f i r e depart nenl resuoed the uninjured MC 'irn. Names of victhns assisted y the fire and police departments during (ho night were not recorded, Bohannon said lodav. Other area emergency stations assisted during" the" night. FayeUeville firemen s t o o d bv at t h e Springdale fire station while all Springdale t r u c k s were out on emergency r u n s. Off-duty policemen assisted in traffic control, as most of the city's street lights were out at "arious times during the night. Throughout the Northwest Arkansas region, police reported these road conditions this lorning: In Rogers, roads are passable Jut covered with water; in Osage and Bella Vista, water s high w'ilh only one Jane open on Hwy. 71 through town; in Tontitown, no roads were closed but the Elm Springs Brid»e on Hwy. 112 was eight to 12 'nches deep this morning and nay have been colsed during the day; in Johnson the Johnson Road north of H«y. 112 was nipassable this morning; , i n Betnonville and Siloam Springs ho roads were closed. Power Lines Dfcwn Power company trucks a r c lined '.ip along Cai'ley Road. smith of Ilwy. C8 nl Sprins- dale as linemen prepare (u replace iiolt's windstorm. dou-ncd Ken Gond) Promoted James H. Roberts, son of «i-s. Ipha Roberts of Route 1 Decatur was meritoriously romotcd t o Corporal w h i l e ervin;; at the Marine C o r p s base at Camp LeJeune, N.C Culvert Wash' Out Tills cnlvcrt leading In u hame on Hwy, 112. soul'i nf Greatlmusc Springs. Uric'se, was washed nut last n i y h t as heavy rain raised (lip wa- cr in a usually dry d i t c h The c u l v e r t \vas recentlv in stalled to replace a wooden iridne. (THIKSpholn by Knn Gouil) -..E.IX1.... ( V r~ r Storrn Uproots Tree High winds dllrilis (lie niijht left this tree off Hwy. 112 near Tontitown iipi'aoterl but npjiarcnlly only the tree's f n l l damaged the mohilc Horse Show Set Sunday T h e Rounders S a d d l e Club will sponsor Ihe lourth a n n u a l open horse show on Sunday, starting at 10 a.m. at the Northwest Arkansas Riding Club Arena at Washington County Fairground. The open horse show will give all persons owning or maintaining a horse or horses of any type or breed an o^-or trinity to compete in one or more of 34 deparatc classes. Trophies will be awarded for first t h r u sixth place in each class. In addilion to these 34 c asses, there be jackpot po!e bending and jackpot barrcll racing. Admission is free and the public is invited to attend. Further information may Market Rallies NEW YORK (AP) -- T h e stud; market continued its week-long rally today, sparked by a primc.ralc reduction at New Yolk's Firsl National City | B ml M The noon Dow Jones average nf .'ifl i n d u s t r i a l s was up 7.15 at !,P'53.IO. and gainers maintain"!! } a -I-to-1 edge on losers on the ] | N e w York Stock Exchange. 1] First N a t i o n a l City touched 11 off an early burst ol buying when it ported a quarter-point drop lo 22'i per cent in its prime - the short-term interest rate charged on loans to big business .Annul a h a l f - h o u r into Ihe session activity quieted clown as the market seemed lo pause-for breath after its sharp n j incc t h e s l u t of the week. *-" ---T--^i M iimiWiruiiiVai^i^ People Helping People Dlreitors of l-'uncral Service Services: B O W E N , Lowell D. -- Frittny, I:."!'! p.m. Clmpel of Nelson"'.': Fimnra] Home. Kev. Itnlph H n ^ o r s o f l i c i n t i n R assisted by Jev. Cecil Gnrrhon. Inler- m o n t , National Cemetery. L A N E V , Josephine L. -- Monday 3:.ln p.m. Chnpcl of Nel. sc»n'^ Funeral Home. Rev. T,\v t :ll LoRne o f f i c i a t i n g . Int e r m e n t , liaptist Fonl Cemetery. ' F1ICH. W i l l i a m p. _ Monday 10:0(1 a.m. chape! of Nelson's Mineral Home. I n t e r m e n t , N a t i o n a l Cemetery. James Earl 521-5003 or oblained by calling Harris, chairman. Bob Fitzhugh, 521-7733. Acted Illegally j WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Food jind Drug A d m i n i s t r a t i o n : acted illegally when it restrict-! cd the distribution of the hero-! in-substitue drug motha'Jone to clinics and hospitals, U.S. Dis- Iricl Judge John H. Pratt has ruled. Pratt said in a decision Thursday thai Ihe FDA has nol power to place limits on a [ drug's distribution ' by phar-[ nwcies once it has approved its' use. | IS! American Veverans Present the Third Annual Children's FUN FESTIVAL Live Magician -- Juggler -Comedy Skits -- Much, Much More RAMAY JR. HIGH SCHOOL SAT., JUNE 8--2-4 P.M. $1 for Children -- Adults $1.50

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