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Nerthwm Arkansas TIMES, WÂ«d., June 19, 1974 rAYITTIVILH, ARKANSAS CITY DIRECTORS TACKLE A PROBLEM the board study an upcoming ., .city manager Grimes (right) and members of Tuesday night's session item at Central Junior High Plans Approved At Board Meeting SPRINGDALE -- Architect plans and the incorporation of a heating and power ventilation system for the new Central Junior High .School were unanimously approved by the Springdale School Board in a called meeting Tuesday afternoon at the school administration building. The plans by D. M. Lewis and Associates of Little Rock include 26 classrooms. a Tractor Flips, Injuring Two At Drake Field Two Fayetteville youths were injured, one seriously, early this morning when a tractor overturned on them at the north end of the runway at Drake Field. Both were taken by a m b u l a n c e t o Washington Regional Medical Center. Dennis Moore, 19, of 165 S. Hill Ave. is reported in fair condition in an intensive care unit. The other youth, Bobby Edens. 18. of 1850 S. Garland Ave., was treated and released. Fayetteville police said the ibrary. a study hall, severs 1 administrative offices and : jym and locker rooms, in an area of 64,300 square feet. This is in addition to the existing classroom building with "5 classrooms and a cafeteria low under construction. The new g y m n a s i u m \ cover an area of approximately 6,000 square feet (fncluding bleachers) and a regulation court (50 by 90 feet) with northern hard maple floor. YEAR-ROUND USE Â·Plans for the classrooms call or concrete floors with a floor covering in the offices. The Â·ffices, whic hwill he used year Â·oiMid, will also be air- :onditioned. T h e deciding f a c t o r electing a power ventilation system instead of air-condition- ng for classrooms was the cost leating and power ventilation or the school will cost an esti- nated $1,551 for a 24 by 31 oot classroom which will be approximately $90.000 less than leating and cooling for the school. Operating cost for the system s about $3 for ventilation anc $6.50 for heating a classroom a month according to the archi tcct. Other items included in the two. along with two other youths. were hauling ha shortly after 1 a.m. Ibis morning at the airport. The truck they were using became stuck and the youths borrowed a tractor to pull it out. Police said Edens and Moore were sitting on the front of the tractor, in an attempt to hole: it down, when the tractor flipped over on them, pinning them under it for a time. Members of the Fayetttville Fire Department flescue Squad, along with police and ambii' lance crewmen freed the two youths. Vorsanger To Speak At National Meet Fred S. Vorsanger. president for business for (he University of Arkansas, make three presentations higher educational aciminis trative questions at a nation wide mcetin gthis week of uni versity and college president: in Hot Springs. The occasion is the annua President's Institute conducted by the American Council Education for presidents who have served for five years o le.^ a schief executives of their institutions. Vorsanger. who is a member of the Executive Committee o the National Association State Universities and Land Grant Colleges, will speak two sessions Friday, the firs on budgeting practices anc techniques and the second the subject: "The Personal i of the Presidency." On S a t u r d a y , he will speak: to the presidents' wives on efficient bookkeeping practices] with respect fo their husbands f i n a n c i a l records. Presidents and their wives from colleges and universities in 27 states wil attend the meeting. They represent boih public anc private institutions of higher education. architect's plan intercom system. include fire alarm public address system in the gym, non-load bearing wa which c may be gutted, ceiling lighting, an entire insulatec ceiling for tetter noise and temperature control, parking and outdoor recreation areas. B e f o r e adjourning th: m e e t i n g t h e board also authorized the school adminis tration to propose plans for Elementary and Secondarj Education Act Funds. Voth Is Appointed To UA Agri Post Dr. Donald E. Voth has been appointed assistant professor o a g r i c u l t u r a l economics an rural sociology at the Uni ity of Arkansas, according to an announcement by Dr John W. While, vice presiden for agriculture. He will teach courses in rura sociology, acid carry on re search on the development the state's rural areas. A native of Oklahoma. Voth is a graduate of Gostien C in Indiana. He received hot M.S. and Ph.D degrees in rura sociology from Cornell Uni veristy. He served 1 research associate at Come University from 1967 to 1969 travel in, areas ol and Vietnam, a nine-county area in western New York State. Since 1969 he has been engaged in teaching and research in the Communit: Development Services of South ern Illinois University and als serving as assistant professo sociology at t h a t school. g and studying in rura f Ihe Philippine Island and working Fwnde-d 1950 a* N. E**t iTt. ftterfBe* Art TTJtt dally tarj Sunday erc*pt U July i TfcanÂ«mni tad 9ecw.d Can FaJd et F*yett*fU:Â«. Art A9BOCUTED T^.2 Associate 1 ! PTWJ It Â«t!U*d inclusively to the use for rtpaW!tÂ»- ll'j!? of all local cÂ»wi printed IB th!i r-ewspai-er u weU ** Â«^ AP Â»-wi d.spetchei. Per raooth by carrier Â»--!Â« cog? Ui: 7 lOc, IB fffeshfeftan. Bentoa, tin; Art, Adtfr O, 4 month* I TEAR _ cur a t month* 1 TEA* -1S.3* . I1H . tt.m Adair Announces As Candidate For Springdale Mayor Directors (COOTTNUED niOM rACC ONK) F e d e r a l Aviation A d ministration. -- A p p r o v e d a resolution reporting on improvement costs for Kva Avenue. On May 21, a petition was presented to the hoard hy property owners along the street requesting thai the c i t y perform engineering studies and cost estimates to determine the cost of having the gravel street paved, complete with curbs'and gutters. According to the report, the estimated cost of the project is $17.391.50 and, if owners representing 51 per cent of the assessed value of the property on the street approve, the cost would be divided among all owners on the route according to frontage feet and assessed value. The lowest assessment would be SI.311.19 and the highest 52.119.73. if a street im provement district is formed. The owners would have the option of paying the lump sum, borrowing the money from a lending institution or paying for the improvements in 10 yearly payments to the city. --Approved execution of purchase option on a tract of nd near the crest of east wnship Road hill to be used r a water storage tank site, land is to be purchased Robert L. Beacher of umble, Tex. fo r$4,500. -- A p p r o v e d a resolution thorizing the acceptance of a ant agreement with the deral government for the mainder of the security ncing at Drake Field. SPRINGDALE -- Dave Adair, 0, a Springdale Memorial iospital employe, has filed as a candidate for Springdale mayor in the November general election. In Springdale, as in most W a s h i n g t o n County towns candidates run as independents. \V\th no parly affiliation, they are not required to run in primary elections. Municipal office seekers musl ile with the county election commission a petition con aining not less than 10 nor more than 50 names of qualified voters and pay to the treasurer of the city a f i l i n g fee of $1. The deadline is Sept. 21. Records of those two actions must also be filed with the county clerk. In announcing his candidacy 'or the mayor's post, Adair said 'as your mayor I will bring lonesty back to Springdale politics. I will work for all the oople of our town, not for a select few. ! am man enough .o do the job the way it was designed and will not he swayed by threats or by opportunities for personal gain. I have always believed in the people running the government ,not the govern ment timing the people. He attended the University o! A k r o n , WcstArk College, Lin coin Land College and th University of Arkansas. He i the author of several article, including one entitled "Th Right We Bear." dealing with the right of citizens to own fire a member of th( Rifle Association. th and the Baplis arms. He is National Jaycees, Church. He formerly served as i policeman in Springfield, 111. and is currently a partner in F l a n a g a n - A d a i r Knlerprises. NEW YORK STOCKS Opening Prlew Furnished by A. C. Edward! Sen Ark. Eosl Corp Amor. Tel -Tel 46 Ark La Gas 20 Baldwin 10VS Campbell Soup 27T ; Central S.W in. Chrysler 16V Dei Monte 19 Dillards v 14 Easco 9V A. G. Edwards 41. Emerson -.Â· 40V Exxon 72!; Ford 52Â° Frontier Air 6 Gen Growth 153 Gen Motors 50V Gordon Jewelry 7 3 . Gay To Participate Dr. D a v i d E. R. Gay assistant professor of economics in the College of Business Administration at the University of Arkansas, has been selected as one of 25 participants in Ihe pnergv, radiation; v , .,, Ark. West Intl. Harv I-T-E Imperial J C Penney Lov[ Strauss Ling Temco Marcor . Pan Am World Air . Phillips Petro Pizza Corp Pizza Hut Ralston T Safe-way Sears Sco'.t Paper -.-. Shakespeare Soti. Pacific Texaco Tri State Mtrs Union Carbide 25 10V 267 11 21'. 447 38 87 14} . 6 317 United Victor Air and environment short course to be held at the Universit} of Kansas at Lawrence the week of June 24 through Juh o. Dean John Owen, in making the announcement, said the conference is sponsored by the Atomic Energy Commission. He said it will investigate the risks and benefits of establishes nuclear power centers as wef as societal and environrnenta: impacts involved. People Helping People .. 40V ... 28! 71 '.'.'. 20 13-131 Director* of _a. Funeral Service flÂ£jr Services: Â·CAVEK, Mrs. Mimi, _ Friday, 2:Â«5 p.m. Chapel of Nelson's F*uneral Home. Rev. Gay- ioM Hamilton officiating. In- trement, Farminfton Ome- Gas . Kearney \atl. .. Minute Man iÂ·!.',.2", Pioneer Foods 4 3 i-5 u H K Porter 3W-32? Std. Register 14 J i-15? Tyson Foods Yellow Fr-_ 50!i-5H A V E R A G E S Inds down 2.5 Trans down .0 Utils down .4 Volume 2.690.0(1 COMODITY OPENINGS July Corn Â·_._ Nov. Soybeans 5.39', Sept. EBBS July Pork Bellies 32.0 July Wheat 4.M MISSED YOUR PAPER: WE'RE SORRY! If yoo cannot reach roar TIMES carrier PHONE U2-C242 Dally 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. Prison Farm Head Defends Use Of Punitive Wing LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- W . Powell of Fort Smith, actin[ recutive director of the Wesl rn Arkansas Planning and De elopment District, said Tues ay 'that a report recommenc g reorganization o fthe state' anning and development dis icts was well intentioned, hu ised on "meager ground ork." Powell said that the report hich was prepared for the ate Planning Department b e Division of Community A! irs of the University of Ar ansas, was incomplete erefore unacceptable. The report, which was ascd about two weeks ago ecommends that all plannin stricts be replaced by a new et of districts with specific ani ar-reaching powers. The n ort also said the legislatur hould divide the state int (arming areas or "substat istricts." Household Hems Reported Stolen Greg Scott of 108 N. TIartma ve. reported the theft o fi s e ti o 1 d furnishings an ppliances Tuesday. Scott sai theft occurred sometime i he past wek. He to!d Fayetteville polic tat a stereo system, includin ocords and tapes, an antiqu offce table, three mirror. Bather topped table, tenni ackct, color television se' lack and white television se' lender, canopener, toaster, J illimeter camera, three othe a mera s, dishwasher, free ze nd radio are missing from th ome. Police said entry was gaine irough a door on the nor! "rtc of the residence. Woman Is Injured In Bicycle Accident Cheryl L. Darling, 21, or 170 ockwood Trail is reported ood condition at Washingto (egional Medical Center th lorning after being injure Tuesday afternoon in a bicyc ccident. Miss Darling told FayetleviL lolice that she was riding he icycle in the area of Witso 'ark when she met a larg vhite truck on her side of th oad. She said the truck cause er to lose control of the bicyc nd overturn. The truck and its imidentifii river did not stop, accordin o Miss Darling. Flower Workshop Classes in the fourth annu, : niversity of Arkansas has lower workshop began Jlonda nd will continue throug "riday, according to Dr. A. ~ ^inert. assistant professor iorticulture and director of th workshop. Twenty-four men and wome rom over the state and hv rom Oklahoma are enrolled be week-long short course he training and study of fund mentals of design and tec nques in floriculture. R . Weber IfacFarlan proprietor of the MacFarlan school of Floristry at Nashvi ' e n n . . is teaching th Vorkshop. Co-sponsors, are th J n i v c r s i t y of Arkansa lepartment of Horticulture an Â·'orestry. the Division Continuing Education and th Arkansas Florists Association. Obituary Â«n*ra:iiimmtH]Hi[niiimiyi : . .iiim:: - uiiinnmn MRS. MINNIE BEAVER Mrs. Minnie Swopes Beaver , of Fayetteville. died Tues- ay in a local hospital. She was March 16. 1902 pickard. Mo., the daughter of eorgc and Emma Ann King wopes, Survivors are the husband, oss W. Beaver of the home; son. Murcl of Bloomfie'.d, wa; one daughter, Mrs. Sybil mith of Tulsa: three brothers, arta Swopes of Apple Valley, alif. and Virgil C. and George , of Fayetteville: four sisters, rs. Grace Shoemaker of oplin, Mo. and Mrs. Wanda rown. Mrs. Clora Kcrcheva id Mrs. Mable Beaver, all of ayetteville and four grand' lildren. Funeral service will be at 2 m. Friday at Nelson's Funer Chapel with burial in Far nington Cemetery. Memorials may be sent to the owe-Savoy Bible Church ir are of Wayne Kell, Route 4, ayetteville. COL. A. W. MANLOVE Funeral service for Col. A '. Manlove, who drowned ir Ik River at N'oel. Mo., lasl hursday and whose body was ecovered Tuesday night, wil held at 11 a.m. Saturday t the Episcopal Church oplin, Mo. He was born Feb 1911 in Joplin and was itired U.S. Army officer. Survivors are the widow, Mrs Parian Appleby Manlove of thi ome; two sons, Capt. Richard lanlove of Washington, D.C. nd Joe White Manlove of th ome; one daughter, Mrs. Pau McKinney of Grosse Point lich.; an uncle, Victor Russum f Fayetteville; and thre isters-in-law, Mrs. Joe Mitchel :nd Mrs. Paul Young Jr. c 'ayetteville and Mrs. Johi Fogleman of Little Rock. JAMES L. BYRD Huntsville -- James L. Byrd '6, of Route 2, Springdale. die his morning in the MadUo bounty Hospital. Born Feb. 1' .898 in Goshe*. the son .Vjlliam Jesse and Anne Loi Elinor Byrd, he was a retire lawinill engineer. Survivors are the widow, Mr. Â·Mna Anderson Byrd of t!: lome: one brother, \V. C. Vlayfield and four sisters, Mr )pal Gumm and Mrs. Marg 1 Scales of Forum, Mrs. Tula Cox of Eureka, Calif, and Mn n anny Clements of Norman Okla. Funeral service will be at ).m. Thursday at the Goshe Methodist Church with burial i G o s h e n Cemetery unde direction of Brashears 'Funera Home. OL1N (SLIM) KECK Rogers -- Olin D. (Slim Keck, 75, of Rogers, died Tue iay in the Rogers hospita Born July 11, 1898 in Madiso County, he was a retired fa mer. Survivors are the widow, Mr: Cora Keck of the home; on son, Dale of Rogers; si brothers. Jack, Dent a n Wayland of Rogers, Virg of Ashdown, W.L. of Gravetl and Kem of Arkansas Cit Kan.; three sisters, Mrs. Sem Sly and Mrs. Sylvia Farrell of Rogers and Mrs. Elvia Annis of Concord, Calif, and two grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Callison Funeral Chapel with burial in Oakley's Chapel Cemetery. Jury Recommends Eight Year Terms For Three Men A Washington Circuit Court ury Tuesday recommended ght year prison sentences for irce Springdale men accused ' burglary and grand larceny. Robert Blaylock, 35. Cliff ilaylock, 31, and Wayne Ver- leulen. 28. were found guilty F the charges by the jury, Â·hich recommended an eight- ear sentence on each charge ith the sentences to run oncurrently. Formal sentencing is set for 'hursday, at which time Circuit udge Maupin Cummings will .nnounce if the sentences are o run concurrently or consecu- ively. The three were accused of aking several color television ets from Dennis Home Fur ishings on Hwy. 71 South in 'ayetteville on the night of ipril 10. Each of the men testi icd that they were driving in he area that night, sa wthe boxes containing the sets in the voods by chance, and loaded he .sets into a pickup ruck, ipparently without any specific ntentions on what to do with he televisions. Several Fayetteville police ifficers testified that thej ;urrounded the area, after noticing suspicious activity around the store .and arrested he three leaving the scene with he televisions. Mower Stolen A lawn mower was stolen Tuesday from the home of Mrs Charlie Acuff. Route 6, Spring dale. Mrs. Aeuff told Wash ngton County sheriff's deputies Tuesday. Fayetteville Police Win Four Of Six Pistol Match Trophies T h e Fayetteville Police Department won four of the six .rophics at Monday's invitational pistol shoot sponsored by the Springdale Police Separtmenl. The Arkansas State Police were awarded the other two. Trophies were awarded to the :op three teams and the top hree individual scorers participating in the shoot. The Fayetteville police "A" :eam took first place in the team competition, scoring an average of 557.7 points out of a possible 600. The State police team came in second with an average of 544 and the Fayetteville police "B" team placed third with 483.5 points. TEAM BREAKDOWNS The team- breakdowns with individual scores are: Fayetteville P o l i c e " A " team--Sgt. Bill Brooks, 543 points; Mark Whatley. 557; Steve Hamilton, 572 and Sgt. Bob Jones, 559. State Police team--Charlei Drooks, 567; Charles Miller. 557; Robert Howard, 554 and Buddy Acoach, 498. Fayetteville P o l i c e " B " earn--Ueorge Coffman, 530; )avid Preston. 499; Assistant Chief Glen Riggins, 475 and Bill ^oster, 430. TOP SINGLE HONORS Top individual honors went to ilamilton. second place to Char- .es Brooks and third to Jones. Seven teams participated in .he meet. Other teams included one from Springdale Police department, one from the University of Arkansas Department of Public Safety and two earns from Fort Smith. MCM Incorporates Articles of incorporation were filed Tuesday in Washington Circuit Court for MCM Broadcasting Company. Incorporators of the company Â·'re Thomas Burke and John R. Eldridge III, Fayeltevillc attorneys. The states purpose of the organization is to operate tele vision broadcasting. However Burke told the TIMES toda; that he cannot comment on th nature of the company. HAPPY AS A CLAM AT HIGH WATER! That's the smart guy who sold all his "don't needs" with one low cost NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES WANT AD! He just gathered them together and called 442-6242 to place his ad and now he's happy . . . counting his extra cash! KUItNITUim -- roiirfi, Iwo chairs, pof- all in parly American care of, 5250. xxx-xxxx. fee lable. Ini ;1y]e, An ad like this one would cost only $6.84 on our seven day ralÂ» with the option to cancel and just be charged for the days your ad actually ran. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS THEY'RE MOVING MEN, NOT MIRACLE MEN Expert car* and handling of your hoiMhold possessions is avsrything you can reasonably Â·xpect from the moving miÂ». He can't put that old, familiar nerghbornood In a crate ... move the corner drug store to your new home town ... bring along Johnny's old ethool or Mary's favorite hairdresser. Neither can your Welcome Wagon HostaÂ«'*ork miracles. But she eÂ«n and wilt provide blfuitons to the community facilities you need, and bring with her a galaxy of gift* from Its leading merchants. She awaits your call at Phone 443-5438 or 447-8111 WELCOME NEWCOMERS! Use Oiit Â«Â·Â·*Â· to let aw know yen're here. _ tte H.W. Ark. TIME* ( ) I afreet* ukeci-UM to Â«Â» TIME*, Announcement of Limited Hours Beginning Tuesday, 18 Jurw 1974, my oÂ«ieÂ« will b* opan only in th* fora-neon from 8:00 until 11:00 a.m., nd will bÂ« eloied every afternoon. Preference will be shown old patients, but new patients will be accepted on a time available basis by appointment. Donald A. Fletcher, D. C. Colonial Village - 1224 N. CoOtfe An..- FÂ«yetttviU*, Ark. THE SALE EVENT You Have Waited For! Now In Progress at ... on Ladies' Â· Life Stride Â· Air Step Â· Miss America Shoes NOW LADIES Don't miss out on this great sale event! The shoes are just absolutely beautiful and the colors and Fashions will go with any attire you wish to wear.So be here early. . . .and stock up with a few pair at this price. SHOE VALUES 13.00 to 16.00 20.00 Now to 26.00 Now $1 ALL SUMMER PURSES Now Reduced to 10 All Sales Final. No Refunds or Exchanges. THE SHOE PALACE Northwest Arkansas Plaza Open Daily 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.