Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 14, 1974 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 14, 1974
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Norriiwwt Arttanui TIMES, Friday, June 14, 1974 Obituary MRS. BESSIE McCONNEM, Bunkie, L». -- Mrs. Bessie Douglas McConnelt, 88. f o r - merly of Fayelteville died Thursday in a Bunkie, f.a. hospital. She was horn Jan. 19. 1886. Ihe daughter of William C. and Martha Arnclt Douglas 'and was a member of the First Christian Church. She moved to rBunkie four years ago when her ·husband J. B. (Ben) McConnell 'retired from the Mcllroy Bank. · She is survived, in addition io her husband, by two sons Dr. H i r a m of Bunkie and Col. John A., of San Antonio. Tex and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. - Funeral service and burial will be 10 a.m. Saturday under the direction of Hixon Funeral Home in Bunkie. WADE H. TEMPLE ·Wade II. Temple. 87, of Fay cUcvtlle, died Wednesday at his home. Born Aug. 12. 1886 in C h a t h a m County, N. C., the son of William A. and Fanny Wortham Temple, he was a retired construction foreman, 3 veteran of World War I and a Baptist. Survivors are the widow. Mrs Lola Cobb Temple of the home two daughters. Mrs. Harolc Gatclev of Seoul, Korea, a n c Mrs. Florence A. Goodwin o Santa Clara. Calif.; three brothers, William W. of Brent wood. Carl E. of Walnut Creek Calif, and Adolphe V. of For Arthur, Tex.; three sisters Mrs. Fred L. Woods of Porl land, Ore., Mrs. Adolph Ver mont of Spartansburg, S. C. and Mrs. Julian P. Nelson of Por Arthur and four grandchildren. Funeral service will be a 1:30 p.m. Monday at Moore' Chapel with burial in Nationa Ccvnetery. EWEL MCATEE Siloam Springs -- Ewe William' McAlee, 61, of Lowel died Thursday in the Springdali hospital. Born March 23, 1911 in Bonton County, he was a tin recapper. Survivors are the widow, Mrs Elvie McAlee of the home three daughters, Mrs. Leta Ru of Kansas City, Mrs. Viva Witten of California and Mrs Opal White of Springdale; tw. sons, Ervel of Springdale am Joseph of Gentry; three brothers, Elvin of Winters Calif.. Leonard of Ettopia W a s h . a n d Homer Chowchilla, Calif.: five sisters Mrs. Beulah Brown. Mrs Blanch Allen and Mrs. Albert. Alves, all of Chowchilla. Mrs May Bell Hammers of Oaklej Calif, and Mrs. Ruby Laird o Ochelata, Okla. and five grand children. Funeral service will be at p.m. Saturday at the El: Springs Assembly of ' Go Church with burial in Eltr S p r i n g s Cemetery unde direction of Wasson Funera Home. MRS. KATHERINE PRUITT Siloam Springs -- Mrs. Kath erine Ann Pruitt, 87, of Siloan Springs, died this morning i the Siloam Springs hospita Born Aug. 3, 1886, she was Baptist. Survivors are three sons. E of San Antonio, Tex., Floyd Springdale Man Is Injured In Crash SPRINGDALE -- A 29-yea old man is in serious conditio a t S p r i n g d a l e Memori Hospital today following a tw vehicle coUision Thursday ev ning at Hwys. 71 and 264. Charles Cullers. 29. 10 Kansas St., was injured aft his pick-up truck struck tractor-trailer truck driven 1 Leslie Stapleton, 27. ot Harrison. Stapleton was not hurt. According to Trooper Charles Miller, the tractor-trailer rig was backing into a fruit stand on Hwy. 71, at Hwy. 264. when the Cullers vehicle, headed south on Hwy. 71, collided with the rig. Miller said there were no skid marks to indicate Cullers tried to stop. He said charges against Cullers are pending. klahoma City and Lcn of Kast range. N.J.; two daughters, rs. Palton of Pomona, alif. and Miss Eileen Pruitt Siloam Springs; four grandildren: 12 great-grandchildren nd one great-great-grandchild. Visitation will he from 7:3030 p.m. Saturday at Wasson .evNoriat Chapel. Funeral .service will be at 11 m. Monday in St. James, Mo. ith burial in SI. James. F R A N K K. SARGENT Springdalc -- F r a n k K . irgent, 82, o[ Springdale, died h i s morning in Holton. Kan. orn July 21. 1S91 in Holton i» son of Mr. and Mrs. W ,'. Sargent, he was a member f the American Legion, a 'resbyterian and a Mason. Surviviors are the widow. Irs. Myrtle Carter Sargent of le home: two daughters. Mrs lary Proctor of Springdale and Irs. Loretta Nelson of Oakley an.; six grandchildren am ight great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be at K .m. Monday at Mercers uneral Home in Holton with ocal arrangements by Sisco uneral Chapel. Area News Briefs Five Persons Charged In Springdale Raid Charges were filed today i: Vashington Circuit Court a gainst five persons arrested i i drug raid Wednesday a \'orlh Mill Street in Springdale Rex Bowman, 17, of 1021 N 'cfferson St., Springdale, An hony D. Marshall. 21, of Rout . Springdale. and Barbar Smedley, 19, of 808 Morrisoi Place, were each charged wit possession of a controlled sub tance (cocaine) with intent I leliver. Boby Brewer, 23 znd Virgin! Brewer, 22. both of 1018 N. Mi! St., where the arrest was made vere each charged with posses ion of a controlled substanc . c o c a i n e . heroin, marijuana) with intent to iver. Damage Suit A suit seeking 550,1X10 was fi ed Thursday in Washington Cir cuit Ccurt against Melvin J Stark, 23. Rogers, in connectio with an automobile acciden May 20, 1974. The suit was filed by Mr: Carol Heath of Fayetteville mother of Susan Heath, a 16 year-old girl injured in the ace dent. The accident occurred on 0' Wire Road in Fayetteville. Mr Heath claims that Stark wa negligent and that he was und the influence of alcohol \vhe the accident occurred. The Heaths are seckin £50,000 for past and future me Seal costs and future loss earning capacity. Marijuana Found Thomas L. Gonzales, 19, of 1334 Crestwood Dr. v arrested by FayeKeviile police at 9:45 p.m. Thursday for improper passing and vehicle license on North Garland Avenue. Gonzales was al?o charged with possession of a controlled substance after officers searched him and found a container with five marijuana cigarettes. Pabifihed dill? and Jaaaary 1 Jaur 4. ChrJtmiaV Second Com Ptfci at The Aiinriatid Prrsi li Kittt!ed e clusively to tb« OM for republic tic: of in JocU M-WJ printed to tU crw»pep«r u weU ·* all AP »* Clinton Challenges Bill Clinton, the Democrat congressional nominee for tl 3rd District, said Thursday th he wouldn't be surprised if h Republican o p p o n e n t , Jol Paul Hammerschmidt, has r ceived donations from som special interest groups. Clinton challenged a slat inent by Hammerschmidt th most of Clinton's campaign nances came from labor u ions. Clinton, 27, a Fayetteville la professor, said he has receiv less than 20 per cent of h i funds from unions. He said he has limited don tions from all such groups to per cent of his total contrib tions. Hammerschmidt, seeking election in the 3rd District, sa Clinton might be controlled labor because of the contrib tions. Pleads Guilty Donald R. Prichard. 18. Rot: 2. West Fork, pleaded guil Thursday in Washington Circi Court to a charge of burgla and grand larceny. Prichard was sentenced two years on the burgla charge and a year on t grand larceny charge. He was accused of taki tape players, shock absorb? and a seat belt harness fro Hatfield Poniiac - Cadillac coi pany in FayetteviUe. Pistol Stolen A 25 caliber semi-automat pisto! was reported stolen fro the car of John D. Laningha of Huntsville Fayetteville poll said today. Laningham to police that the pistol was taki from (he locked glove compai ment of his car sometim between 4 p.m. Sunday and a.m. Monday, MISSED YOUR PAPER WE'RE SORRY! It you cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONE 44X4241 Dally S to 6:30 p.m. Saturea; 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 Io 9:30 a.m. Social Security Increase Due Next Month The second part of a two-step "rcase in monthly social se- rity benefits will he included checks delivered in July, ac rding to Rose S. Ncwsome cial security district manager Fayetteviltc. The overall increase wil ..junt to 11 percent for most ·oplc getting social security yments. A 7 -per cent in jase was included in checks a r t i n g in April. Mrs. Newsome said tha ;ople getting social sccurit; ]ecks don't nave Io do any ing to get the higher pay cnts, The increase will he dded automatically. Starling in July, average so 1 security retirement pay :nts will go from $101 to J18 month. Average social se -·ity disability payments wi o from $184 to $206 a month verage survivors payments ft widowed mother w i t h t w o hildren in her care will g om $418 to $435 amonth. For 1974 the amount of yearly arnings subject to social se urity deductions has been in reased from -the first $lf),80( the first $13.200 ,but then no increase in the contribu n rate. Employees and em oyers will continue to pay 5.( jrcent each on covered earn igs. and the rate for self-em loyed people drops to 7. ":rcent. Two Treated After Hwy. 71 Collision Two West Fork resident 'ere treated and released from Washington Regional Medica Center for minor injuries the eceived in a two car acciden n Hwy 71 south, near th irporl, at 2:40 p.m. Thursday. Mrs. Velta B. Blankenship 3, and Gary Blankenship, 21 wth of West Fork were slightl njured when the car driven b Irs. Blankenship had stoppe or flagmen and was struc rom behind by a car drive y Herbert G. Jordan. 18, o ^ettigrew. Police said that the Jorda ·ehicle left 48 feet of ski larks before stopping and lha lie three other passengers he Blankenship vehicle wer ot injured. Boy Arrested SPRINGDALE -- A nine /ear-old boy was arrested o charges o! burglary Thursda morning. According to polic reports, the youth was see talking into a trailer rented b ^cta King in the Shady Gro\ Trailer Park. The w i t n c s s notified th lark's manager who found th xy hiding under the bed. Th Joy, arrested by Springdale p ice last week for grand la ceny, was taken into custod by the juvenile court, End Of Successful Operation Clearly delighted with Ihe success of Thursday's drug arrests, officers examine ( h e 150,000 tablets seized in the arrest of two Springdale men. From the left are Sheriff Rill Long, State Police investigators Kenneth McKee and Quimhy Johnson and Fayette- v i l l e Police Chief Hollis Spencer. (TIMESphoto hy Ken Good) Fire Guts Room In Sigma Chi House A fire which started from mattress at the Sigma Chi r raternity House at Maple arc /andeventer Streets completely jutted a room and caused ex- .ensive smoke and heat damage to the second and third floors around 10:45 p.m. Wednesday. Sam Stokes, house manager said that the building was lock od and supposedly unoccupiec when the fire broke out. A man walking his dog in the area re portL-d it to the Fire Depart mcnt. Two companies responded to the call and worked for abou an hour to bring the fire under control. Collins Pleads Chirstopher Collins, 201 _ School Ave., pleaded g u i l t s Thursday in Washington Circui Court to a charge of Burglary. Collins was sentenced to twi years in .the state penitentiary. JANITORIAL SERVICE Established company is expanding to a limited number of new customers. If you would like for us to come discuss the cost of your service, call our answering service at 521-8480. Hamburger Token Approximately 40-50 packages f hamburger meat weighing ine-and-a-half to two pounds :ach, were reported stolen from i freezer at the Mrs. Howard Barnes residence at 2107 Briarwood Lane city police said orfay. Mrs. Barnes told police that someone entered the unlocked lack door to the house sometime Wednesday night and bent an area around the lock on the Tcezcr to get into it. The thief left four packages in the People Helping People Directors of _i Funeral Service B-F Services: OVERHOLT, Miss Helen A. -Saturday, 2:00 p.m. Chapel or Nelson's Funeral Home. Kev. Claiborne Bel] officiating. Interment: Evergreen Cemetery. VOICE OF PROPHECY BIBLE CRUSADE 7:30 p.m. National .Guard Armory (Across from Standard Register) Hwy. 71 South Fayetteville, Ark. Starts Saturday, June 15 You Must Attend! MR.C@FFEL 11th ANNUAL PRE INVENTORY SALE ALL SPRING AND EARLY SUMMER MERCHANDISE REDUCED 40%-50% SPECIAL PURCHASE SLEEVELESS AND SHORT SLEEVE SUAAMER SHIFTS Sizes 38-46. Reg. $16 NOW $9.90 Please-No Mail or Phone Orders All Sales Final - No Refunds On Sale Merchandise. Specializing In Fashionable Sizes 12!/ 2 -26'/2, 16-22, 38-52 Open Monday and Thursday Til 8:30 J For People Who Want Good Coffee Fast Drip Coffee Maker Fastest Selling Automatic Drip Coffee Maker Around Home or Office Automatic Coffee Brewer. 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