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Arkeniot TIMES, Men., June 10, 1974 FAVITTIVILI.I. AeMANSA« STUDENTS POSE WITH DIRECTOR .. .from the left are Brent Schultz, Brian Thomas, Dorothea Wantland, Mrs. Lothar Schajer end Andy Tu Need To Raise $11,000 Local Cerebral Palsy Group To Build School What is considered "child's play" for most children can be very serious work for a child whose muscles a r e hampered by cerebral palsy. The "simple" things like crawling, then walking, talking, feeding oneself, are major achievements for a CP child. For these reasons, training in a professional environment is essential to the child stricken with cerebral palsy, and the W a s h i n g t o n County United Cerebral Palsy organization is hoping to open up new opportunities for CP children and others with the construction of a new building to house the Cerebral Palsy pre-school. A campaign to raise {11.000 in matching funds for the building is starting this week under direction of a Pre-School Building Fund Committee. Cerebral palsy does nnt strike only children. Any one at any age can suffer the ailment. In fact, CP is not specifically a disease, hut may be caused by brain cell damage, physical injuries, even high fevers later in life. Signs of cerebral palsy are lack of balance, stumbling gait, poor coordination, and defective speech. PRIMARY TASK Attention is often focused on the children who have cerebral palsy because of the need to "teach" their muscles to perform the tasks that come naturally to other children. This is one of the primary tasks of the county pre-school which aids in t h e training o f o t h e r h a n d i capped children, including the deaf and mentally retarded. One of the goals of the school is to teach children the skills and coordination they will need to enter public schools. If the children do not attend public schools, they may be ready to enier the Washington County School for Trainable Children. First begun in 1972 as a pilot program, the school is free to children throughout the county and normally takes children from ages two to seven. Twelve children attended the school during the past school year, but there will be room for m o r e at the new vacility. Mrs. Lothar fflllllllllllllBllimilllimilllfflnimillllllfflllllllllllllllfiinil Obituary MRS. LH.LIE JOHNSON Lincoln -- Mrs. Lillie Dee 'ohnson, 95, of Lincoln died this norning at her home. Born Dec. 7. 1878 in Washington County, she was the daughter f George W. and Elizabeth Iheatham Collins. Survivors are a son, Albert ohnson of Siloam Springs; two aughter.s, Mrs. Bonnie Hulet f Prairie Grove and Mrs. Hanah Hunton of Lincoln; eight randchildren, 13 great-grand- hiklren ;md four great-great- randchildren. Funeral service will be at :30 p.m. Wednesday at the Lu- Jnhuel Funeral Home w i t h ·lirial in Beaty Cemetery. ROBERT BAKER Robert Lynn Baker, one-day- Id son of Robert and Sharon ^inggold Baker, Jr. died Satur- ay in a Fayetteville hospital, le was born June 7, 1974. Survivors are the parents of he home; the paternal grand- larenls, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baker. Sr. of Fayetteville and he maternal grandmother, Mrs. Margit Staley of Green- and. Graveside services were held oday at the Baptist Ford Cemetery under the direction of \'elson's Funeral Home. Siloam (CONTINUED FROM PAGE CNT Station at Central and Moum Olive Streets in the center of town. The 28 firemen were assisted by volunteers in the rescue effort and helped trans port the roof-stranded flood vie tinvs to land. Most of the damage occurret in the business district. Abou 50 National Guardsmen were called out to prevent looting, Dick K a u f m a n , director of the Siloam Springs Office of Emer gency Preparedness, said hig] \vaters caused an estimatec $2.38 miliipn damage to build ings and inventories in Siloam Springs. K a u f m a n also esti mated t h a t the floods causec $3 million damage to Allen Canning Co. Jocated outside th city. This estimate is con sidered low by others who placed the damage nearer $, million. Slrfean$a* fcimtf Found*] 1SBO m x. E»« .'_T». etteTlIle. Art ? Jas-jary 1. Jaiy 4. Chriitinu. C.asi Po?* ft Paid It F*yett*Ti! r Aj AKOCUTED PRBV The Assoriatrt Prni li entitled « elmlvery to the use for r*publ! c» tlOT oj ail JocaJ Dews pnnied In thi a*vs;*ip«i \j *tU ai iU AJ m-w SUBSCIUFTIOY «e*« oow «aS r TM nj. t) Wnftlajtoe, Bee ten, IS* raja? a* , Ckx. on*.; - I U . u.e) . I tJ» . it« . M* MAMLM a ADVAIKX Gslie) Schafcr Is director of he school. Operational funds for the pre- chnnl come from United Fund rives in Fayetlcvillc and ipringdalc and from · private lonation.s. SITE SELECTED The new pre-school building ill he built adjoining the Vashington County School For rainable Children near Wood and Junior High School. The rfi-school presently Tneets al ! o o d Shepherd Lutheran Jhurch in Fayettevile. The building will be construe- cd along with the expansion of the Training School and wil contain a classroom, activity area, physical therapy room anci a speech therapy room. Total cost of the building is estimated at 58,200. Of this mount, state and federal : o v e r n m c n t s will provide 9,470 and the local organi- ation must add the extra 8,730. A building fund committee :as been organized to raise the 8.730. plus Sl.OOO needed to match a $6,000 grant for physi- al therapy equipment anc nother $1.000 to match a $3,000 Irani for other equipment. John ^ox is chairman of the committee. Mrs. Cecilia Tu and Mrs. Gladys Ball are co-chairman and Mrs. Gloria Taylor is ecretary-treasurer. The drive for $11.000 opened Monday and will conclude July Campaign workers plan to solicit pledges f r o m citizens by nail. Those wishing to contri )ute may send a donation or pledge to the secretary-trea surer, Mrs. Taylor, at 14W Oak anor Drive, Fayettaville. MRS. ANNIE LOWU Springdale -- Mrs. A n n i e T. Lowe, 83. of Springdale died "Saturday in a Springdale hospi- .al. Born Nov. 1, 1830 in Fayetteville, she was the daughter of W i 11 i a in F. and Abbie Henessey Kilgore. Survivors a r e three sons, !ecil E. Lowe of Lindsay, Okla., Cleve Lowe of Springdale ind Kenneth Lowe of Moore, Okla.; a sister Mrs. Margaret Cody of Terrc Haute, Ind.; seven grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. Funeral service will be at K a.m. Tuesday at Sisco Funera Chapel with burial in Friendship Cemetery. WILLIAM DILLARD William Edward Dillard, 72. of West Fork died Sunday in a Fayetteville Hospital. Born Sept. 11. 1901 at Sumner County. Tenn.. he was the son of George S. and Maude Tom linson Dillard and a retired farmer. Survivors are the widow, Mrs Leona G. Dillard of the home; two step-sons, Clifford Thorns berry of Winslow and Jerrj Thornsberry of West Fork three daughters. Mrs. Jamcr N'eal. Mrs. Bonnie Murphy and Mrs. Clavin Harrison, all o West Fork; a brother. James Dillard of Mountain View Calif.; a sister Mrs. Dillan Robertson of Sapulpa, Okla. and 10 grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Moore's Clu. pel with burial in West Fork Cemetery. MRS. MARY DU\CA\ Mrs. Mary E. Duncan, 53, o Phoenix. Ariz., died Thursday in Phoenix. Born Nov. 30, 1920 a Avon. Co!o.. she was the daugh ler of Frank B. and FJoretinia Sancez. Survivors are Ihe husband Ewell C. Duncan of Elkins: a son, Richard Torrez of Los An geles. Calif.: a daughter. Mis. Beatrice Torrez of Lamar Colo.; and a sisler, Mrs. Florendia Rogho of Denver, Colo. Funeral services wil! be a. 2 p.m. Wednesday at Drake's Creek Baptist Church with burial at Drake's Creek Ceme. tery under the direction of Moore's Chapel. Gunshot Victim Dies Here Sunday Matt H. Holtzen II, 36, of 526 . Highland Ave., died Sunday f t e r n o o n a t Washington egional Medical Center as a esult of an apparently selMn- icted gunshot wound to the ead suffered Sunday morning. Fayetteville police said they ere called at 8:37 a.m. Sun- ay. Hospital officials said Holtzman died in surgery at :38 p.m. that afternoon. Police said that when they rrived they found Holtzman ying on the kitchen floor with bullet wound in the right emple. A .22 caliber pistol was found n the floor near the body. One hot had been fired. Mrs. Joyce A. Holtzen, the ictim's wife, told police that he was in an upstairs bedroom I e e p i n g when she was awakened by what she thought was the sound of breaking glass. About 10 minutes later, he said, her son George came upstairs and told her of the incident. At that point, Mrs. loltzman said an ambulance was called to the home. Holtzman was born Jan. 31" 938 at Sedalia. Mo., the son if Matt and Millie Fry Holtzman. He is survived by the widow, Mrs. Joyce A. Holt/man of the home: two sons, Matt III and eorge. both of the home- two laughters. Bambi and Heidi, both of the home; and his 'arents of Winslow. Graveside service will be at 0:30 a.m. Tuesday at Oak rove Cemetery under direction f Nelson's Funeral Home. lonorariums may be sent to Oak Grove Cemetery in care f Pearl Collier, Route 1 Wins- NEW YORK STOCKS]! OpvniitR Prlc*t I Furnished by i A. C. Uwardl CM MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! If yon cannot reach ytwr TIMES carrier PHONE H2-C4Z Dally 5 to «:30 p.m. Saturday 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 U 9:30 a.m. Ark Best Corp 8W Amer Tel Tel 4! Ark La Gas 2B1 Baldwin ~ Campbell Soup 30% Central SW Chrysler 1714 Del Monte 20 Dillarris 14V1 Easco A G Edwards 4 ] / 2 Emerson 39% F,xxon 77% Ford 53}; Frontier Air Gen Growth 14?: Gen Mtrs 52V: Gordon Jewelry 9M Inll H a r v 26 s ,' I-T-E Imperial 13-} J C Penney -.- ^6y, Levi Strauss -V 141 Ling Temco 10V Marcor 26} ! Pan Air World Air 3T! Phillips Petro 52V Pizza Corp n;. Pizza Hut 21V Ralston 45V Safewav Sears ". " Scolt Paper .- '.'. 151 Shakespeare 5', Sou Pac 33V Texaco .... 27 J Tri Slate Mtrs '.'.' gi/ Union Carbide ' . 4 2 V United Air ·,. 27 Victor 7.5 Wai Mart Ark West Gas 'V; Citation Kearney Natl 6l's-6V Minute Man ....-7 1*4-2^ Pioneer Foods 4*4-5' H K Porter 31-3 Std Re.eis ... Tyson Foods People Helping People \on * Director* of _*, Funeral Service t*f Services: LANIV, J*M»*!lM L. -- Monday H30 p.m. Chape] of Nelson's Funeral Home. Rev. Ewell Lome officiating. Int e r m e n t , Baptist Ford Cemetery. «ICM, Widlaot f. - Mond.r 10:00 a.m. Chapel of Neljon'i Funeral Home. Interment, National Cemetery. ·AKC*. mmil Lynn -- Monday 3:00 p.m. Graveoud. Rev. David Hkk« officiitlni. Interment. Baptlat ford Cemetery. M04.TCTM, PMR M -- Tuesday 10:30 a.m. Craveaide. Rev. Phillip Kelley offlclatlnf. Interment, Oak Orovt Cemetery. Tomorrow's Election Pick Democratic Nominees Polling places for Tuesday's emocratic primary run-off ection in Washington County re as follows: Fayetteville -- Central Fire tation, precinct one; BarnhiEl ieldhouse, precinct two; Asbell chool, precinct three; Trinity lethodist Church. precinct our; Washington School, pre- inct five; Trinity Temple, pre- inct six; Root School, precinct seven: . Joseph's Catholic Church, r e c i n c t eight; Jefferson chool. precinct nine; and the National Guard Armonry, pre- inct 10. Springdale -- Administration uilding, precinct one; Central "ire Station, precinct t w o ; lobinson Church of Christ, pre- incts three and four; Spring- ale Youth Center at Murphy ·ark. precinct f i v e ; Wesley lethodist Church, precinct six' larp's I.G.A. at the Plaza h o p p i n g Center, precinct even. Voting places for other Vashington County areas are loston-Morrow p r e c i n c t , lorrow Cash Store; Brush Creek precinct, Jones Store at Iwys. 303 and 68; Cane Hill irecinct, Presbyterian Annex; :enler precinct. Farmington r ity Hall; Farmington. Farmington City lall; Cove Creek, Fall Creek Ihurch; Crawford precinct, Old Brentwood School: Durham wecinct, Community Church; )uich Mills precinct, Baptist Church; Elm Springs, fire station; ·oshen community building; Ireenland, C i t y Hall for the ownship and c i t y ; Harmon. United Methodist Church: Illinois, Cincinnati Lodge Hall; Johnson, community buiding; .ee's Creek, Blackburn Church; Litteral, Wheeler Store; Lincoln, City Hall; Marrs Hill recinct, Viney Grove; Prairie, court house: Prairie Grove ^ity, city hall; Prairie Grove :ownship, V.F.W. Hall; Price, S u m m e r s School building; leed, Hazel Valley building: I h e a ' s Mill, community milding; Richland Township and City of- Elkins, Elkins School Library; Springdale Township V.F.W. Hall; Starr Hill, city hall at Lincoln; Ton ti town school cafeteria; Valley, Bil ingsley Church at Hogeye; Vineyard, Evansviile School; Wedington, Old Community Church; West Fork Township, grade school cafeteria; West Fork lily, City Hall; White River iulphur City Baptist Church Winslow, city library; Wyman community building. Lincoln Arrested Geore Robert Lincoln, for whom a Washington County warrant was issued for illegal delivery .of a controlled sub- tance (marijuana), on April 24, was reported to be in custody | the Lake County sheriffs ffice in TavaresV Fla. Fayctte- 'ille police said that Lincoln was arrested in Eustis. Fla. Auto Stolen A car owned by Hickey Mil hell of Route 1, Springdale wa- reported stolen from his drive way between 1-10 a.m. Sunday police said today. The vehicle which was locked, is describee as a 1972 Chevrolet, two door Carl0 ' Iicense numbe Lightning Ignites SPRINGDALE _ Firemen extinguished an attic fire early Sunday morning after lightning struck the wiring in a h o u s owned by John F. -Woodwax ^ t Lowell Road and Wobbe Lane. No one was injured. Firemen said the lightni gnited paper around h, wiring's insulation. Firemen removed the burning insulatic from the attic before furthi damage was caused. Yellow Frt Averages ............... down 4.06 Trans ................ down .0' .21 3 mil 611 Volume up ............ il Commodity Openings July corn ................. 2.8 Nov soybeans ............ 5.3 Sept eggs ................ 44.8i July pork bellies .......... 31. 51 July wheat ................ 3.6 WORSHIP KNOWS NO CALENDAR Some *«l«ct Sunday as a day of worship. Other* pr*f*r Fr day or Saturday. But the *ol ace of worship know* no boundaries--temporal orspatiaL SooiafindthelrGod in church. Other* we him in * spring sunrise, or in a fresh-mown meadow at dusk. Chifdrtn oft find peace in an evaning prayer. Each seeks peace In hit own way. Afl place their truet tn a Supreme Being and worship at conscience dictates. Why not Join them? You, too, can find solace and guidance In prayer. Phone 443-5438 or 442-811 WZLCOMI MCWCOMEHS! It* tMt coupon t* ttt IM ...:ow yoar* IMr*. Nam* AMrtt* City '. rtm» tarn OH Wagm Hot« call on UK. [ ) I would like t» mbterllw M «M N.W. Ark. TIMES ( ) I already uibtcrib* to u» TIMES. nil «nt th« eaapan and mall to TIMES, mm D, Fiyrttrville, Murphy Park Pool To Open Today S P R I N G D A L E -- T h e eason's opening of the munici- al swimming pool at Murphy ark, delayed two weeks ecause of repair work to the acility, was schedule to open day, according to Springdale outh Center director, Wayne ohnson. Repairs on the pool were nished about a week ago. but ohnson said the extra week efore opening the pool was eeed to let the new paint dry. Construction, done by the u c h a n a n - W i n n Company, in- luded the intallation of a new ool lining, new tread ladders, replacement of pipe in the diving pool's circulation system, and the mending of cracks in the pool's corners, Cost of the job was about $24.000. Pool hours will be noon unti 9 p.m. on Mondays through Saturdays and 1 p.m. until p.m. on Sundays. TRI-LAKES ANTENNA Sales and Service Ntw k UMd Antenna* C*tor · Black White ··otter* · T*w*r» rn* irtimatn 731-WZ7 ni-WM 75I-437 The TIMES l« On lop of Jhe Newt Seven Doy» a Week We have savings program and interest r»t* to meet your need*. Fayetteville Savings Loon Association »1 N. CONSTABLE Prairie Township WARREN J. MCDONALD Your Qualified Democratic Candidate CONFIRM YOUR SUPPORT Pol. Ad Paid for by Citizens for Warren J. McDonald Committee, Steve Wood, Chairman, Washington County ITSG11LED TOSE1RERNES It's important at all ages... and at most times. One of the most important purposes of the funeral is to bring friends and relatives together. .. and let the members of the family know they aren't alone. PEOPL £ HELPING PEOPL E DIRECTORS OF FUNERAL SERVICE Phone 521-5000 I am a graduate of Fayetteville High School with three years of college University of Arkansas. I have completed my military service in the United States Army with the 306th Civil Affairs Group. I was a Washington County Deputy Sheriff for two years. I completed the Seminar in Public Safety, Texas Technological University. I am a graduate of the Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy; further, I am a graduate of the United States Department of Justice Course in Identification and Classification of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs. I am a member of the Arkansas Law Enforcement Officers Association, a graduate of the Criminal Procedure Course conducted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and I have taken the Criminal Procedure Course at the University of Arkansas School of Law at Favetteville, Arkansas. OM JUNE TI ELECT Bill Murray WASHINGTON COUNTY SHEW IFF*/ Paid For By: Citizens for Murray ComrmTMe; MeMn Palmer Chairman

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