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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Tu«s., July 2, FAYITTEVILLE, ARKANSAS 1974 Subdivision Control Left Up To Cities By Planning Board Control of subdivisions locat-l General Bruce Kendall,, a outside city limits, but inside member of the board, recom- Obituary iiiipiuniiilpipiiiM Rivera, Calif, and several et nieces and nephews. Funeral service will be at 4 p.m. Wednesday at Watson Mortuary with burial In the Goshen Cemetery. the city's five mile planning area, will be left up to the various cities involved, if they desire to control such subdivisions, according to a dcision reached Monday afternoon by .the Washington County Plan- Jning Board. A jurisdictional dispute "'small proportions recently of l l l d l l M C L \Ji L U G U V m L U , 1 S \ . U 1 I mended that the board take definite stand on the matter to avoid any possible confrontations with the cities in the county. He recommended that the board accepting adopt the- policy jurisdiction in rose when it was learned that construclion had begun on a subdivision bordering on the *«;ily' limits of Springdale with- ·Jpul approval of plats by either ygpringdale or the county. C« According to board members, '.Greets in the unidentified subdivision at the south end of the J'city have been bulldozed and ·Several lots have been sold on · a contract basis, all without ap- Jproval of even a preliminary JX According to Fayetteville's -interpretation of the State Plan- Jriing Act,. cities have jurisdic' '.lion over an area of up to five i'milcs around the city limits, but 3nly if they desire to do so. jSpringdale apparently does not, · ·$!· at least, has a different interpretation of the act. *i Fayetteville City Attorney JJim McCord, who attended the ·Board meeting to answer any 'questions regarding the issue as ·It pertains to the City of Fay^ e t l e v i l l e , said Fayelleville 'wants to make growth in the -'area as easy and as orderly "as possible. At the same time, he said, it is the city's right *to regulate development within i'the five mile limit. city's planning area only if the city does: 'nol wish to do so. The other members agreed. The spond I Gasoline ·'i'': (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) ibarrel on various grades of re- ';sidual fuel oils. The changes iyary by grade and geographical location. The Clark Oil and . Refining -Corp. of Milwaukee, with about , 1,400 stations in the Midwest, said it would cut its 'gasoline prices by three cents a gallon ", to day. The reductions apply to ''. the tankwagon price charged tithe firm's service station deal- J .ers. as well as to retail prices .-at Clark-operated stations and its wholesale price. board also voted lo re- to a proposed land use plan for Hwy. 265 between Hwy. Fayetteyiile an'd'Hwy. 68 in Springdale by saying that since the cities have jurisdiction within a five mile limit, any decisions on potential land use should be left to them. Hwy. 255 is slated for widening and other improvements in the'near future and the North.? west Arkansas Regional Plari' ning Commission.had asked-the various' .''city'''and the county government, to approve some sort' of land use plan for the area to precent a "boom" in commercial development. AGREEMENTS A lease agreement for a 40-area tract of land near Lincoln, to be used as a storage point for the removal of old car bodies, was approved by the board and filed with the County Clerk. A road leading to the site has been graveled and it is expected that operations will get underway sometime next week. , The program is designed to remove abandoned cars that are Uttering the county's landscape and will be offered at no charge to the owner of the car. The owner, however, must sign a release for the car it may be sold for scrap. The board was also told of a ^4,000'grant to aid the abandoned car removal plan. The money was granted by the Soil Conservation District. Notices will be published in the TIMES announcing the date the service will begin. AMANDA D. FORD Amanda D. Ford, 82, Greenbrier, died June 29 Conway. A former Fayetteville resident, .-she .was a member of the Presbyterian Church. Survivors are . two Charles S. of Greenbrier and Dr. Z. W. Ford of Newport News, Va;; two daughters, Mrs. Margaret Brown of Wichita, Kan., and Mrs. Nancy Burgess of Greenbrier; one sister, Mrs. Ada Dodson of Kentucky; eight jrandchildren and two great- [randchildren. · G r a v e s i d e services were Monday at Oak Hill Cemetery n Siloam Springs. HEW YORK STOCKS | OtwnIM Prictt Furnhlwl by A. CL ttnmrtt * «·« Ark. Best Corp 7J4 Amer. Tel Tel «" Ark La Gas "$ Baldwin MRS. DELLA TRAMMELL Mrs. Delia Pauline Trammel!, 61, of Delariey. died in a Fay- elteville hospital Sunday.^She was born Sept. Enloe, Tex., the 12, 1912 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Austin and ,vas a Baptist. She is . survived by the husband, Floyd A. Trammell of the home; two sons, Tommy Trammell of the home and Donald Bailey, of St. Paul; a daughter, Mrs; Lunnette Daves of Asher,' Okla.; two brothers, Bert Austin of Oklahoma City, and Walter Austin of Mineo'.a, Tex.; three sisters, Mrs. Nelly Rogers of Roswell, N.M., and Mrs. Mary McCurty and. Mrs. Billie Jean Smith of Ada, Okla.; her mother, also of Ada; and 12 .grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 10:30 -a.m. .Wednesday at tlie Walnut ^Grove Church with burial in Walnut Grove Cemetery under direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. MELVIN POWELL SILOAM SPRINGS -- Funeral services for Melvin Gene Powell, three-montli-old son of Robert and Glenda Garrison Powell, of Cave Springs, who was killed in an automobile accident June 28, were held this morning at the Elm Springs Cemetery. Survivors in addition to the parents are the paternal grandfather, Roy Powell of Madison County; the paternal grandmother, Mrs. Melissa Powell of Sulphur Springs; the maternal grandfather, :Fletcher Garrison of Shirley and the maternal grandmother, Mrs. Docie Lawrence of Cave Springs. Large Opening Night Crowd Sees Start 01 Annual Rodeo Campbell Soup 27Vs Central S.W. ·. 13* Chrysler 15* Del Monte : · · · l p Dillards 1 Easco · · · · · »« A.G. Edwards j» Emerson · · · · · 34TM Exxon '"TM Ford 49'/4 Frontier-Air · · s °" Gen Growth 14 » Gen Motors 48V4 Gordon Jewelry '-··'"7? Intl. Harv · · 23V4 I-T-E Imperial 1' 16V4' MISS NORA JORDAN SILOAM SPRINGS -- Miss Nora Jordan. 88, of Gentry died Saturday at .a Siloam .Springs nursing home. Born June, 6, 1886 at Siloam Springs, the daughter of William Franklin and.Mattie Mathews Jordan, she was a life long resident of that community and a Baptist. She is survived by a brother, Walter Jordan of Gentry. Funeral service was held today atthe First Baptist Church of Gentry with burial in the Gentry Cemetery under the Direction of Wasson Funeral Home. J C Penney Levi Strauss Ling Temco '···'·',,",, Marcor .......-...:. 25ft Pan Am World Air S^fe Phillips Petro 48% Pizza Corp 9» Pizza Hut .- 18 Ralston ,...,... 44 SPRINGDALE A- Before one of the largest opening night crowds in Springdale's history, the 30th annual Rodeo of the Ozarks opened Monday evening n Parsons Stadium. ' About 8,000 spectators iwere n the bleachers to watch the jareback riding, steer wrestling, calf roping, saddle brpnc riding, barrel racing and bull riding, according to Chamber of Commerce executive director Lee Zachary. With more than 270 cowboys and cowgirls competing, the first "go-round" was not com Safeway Sears 83% -· Brown In Russia -·; Dr. Barry Brown, associate · "professor and coordinator of 1 research in the Department of . ".Health, Physical Education and ·Recreation at the University oi -'Arkansas, is in Leningrad, .Russia, to participate in a ' seminar this week. : V 1 . Dr. Brown will read a paper ·"on the "Effects of Exercise on -the Brain" at the"'four-day. ;, seminar entitled "Metabolism -and Biochemistry of Sport." '' He was invited by the -birector of Scientific Research : in Physical Culture for' the '.Soviet Union. Winners Told In Rodeo Contests SPRINGDALE -- Floats, riding flubs, bicycles and costumes were judged in the parade down Emma Avenue Monday afternoon which opemd 'estivilies for the 30th annual Sodeo of the Ozarks. First =ind second prizes in the 3oat division went to the Northwest Arkansas Shrine Club and Mcllroy Bank. The Joplin Misses Elding Club from. Joplin, Mo., received trophies for being the best dressed riding. club and for being the MRS. MELME ANGLIN Mrs. Mellie Oharlotta Anglin. 81, of Fayetteville died this morning at a local hospital. Born Mar. 8 1893 in Tennessee, the daughter of Elick and Nancy Hill Stutts, she was a Baptist. Survivors are two sisters, Mrs. Madge Buckuss of Mena and Mrs. G.M. Wolfe of Magee, Miss., and' several nieces and nephews. : ;' Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Second Baptist Church with burial in the Dowell. Memorial Cemetery under the direction of Watson Mortuary. 5% 3.0% ScottfPaper .'..... -,-K' 13V| Shakespeare;. SouMPacific . . _ Texaco' 25 Tri State Mtrs V 8« Union Carbide 40% United Air 26% Vibtor · · · '5? Wai Mart '· W Ark West Gas 12 s /6-13% Kearney Nati; .......v... 5¥s-S s ,i Minute Man 1W-Z/4 Pioneer Foods .....-- Wt-SVt H K Porter 31%-32% Std. Register ^l; 1 ^ JESSIE · WILLIAMS- SILOAM SPRINGS -- Jessie Lewis Williams, 77, of Siloam Springs died Monday at his home. Born Nov. 6, 1836 at Clarksville, he was the son of Francis and Canna Hurt Williams. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Lucy Williams of the home; two brothers, Earl of Siloam Springs and James of Clarksville; three sisters, Mrs. Elsie Rockhold of Longview, Tex., Mrs. Ruby Burns of Fort Smith and Mrs. Edith Akerland of Bristow, Okla. and two grandchildren. Funeral service and burial will be al Clarksville under direction of Wasson Funeral Home. The date will be announced. Tyson Foods . . . ., ......... 8«. ; 9y4 Yellow Frt :.'...: ..... 45%-46« AVERAGES Inds .. ...... ......... down 1.56 Trans ..... :...T -- down .23 Utils ....... ............ U P 25 Volume ......... '........ 3,080,000 COMMODITY OPENINGS : Truck Recovered ·;;· SPRINGDALE -- A pick-up Struck stolen from the Willis u-Shaw Frozen Express Company lot in Elm Springs was ··(recovered in Springdale Mon- Xday at the Hwy. 72 Truck Stop. '.·', The truck was reported stolen '-inuring the past weekend from 'ti'Gerald and Bonnie Stapleton of .^·'Cassville, Mo. While on patrol ^.Monday night, Officer Dennis July Corn November Soybeans 3.04 5.92 Russellville (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Hams' car when a couple · o shots slammed into its radiator About 30 law enforcement of ficials surrounded the Voss-Hut ton auto parts building . ani opened fire on the sniper lo cated on top of the building. "The subject 'was firing rath er rapidly.. .for a few -minute there was fairly heavy fire, Briscoe said. Briscoe said one reason th shooting did not last long wa that the rooftop offered littl protection. Briscoe said Bewle had a rifle and a revolver i his possession when taken int custody. Detective Marty Briscoe the Russellville Police Depar ntified Ronald Bewley (Pope County). Bewley, who was wounded fpi September Eggs 49.25 July Pork Bellies 44.00 July Wheat v 4.25 Senate ment identified the man of Londo Briscoe etcd until after press time day. Results will be an- junced Wednesday. At this rodeo which runs hrough Thursday, two go ounds (the time it takes foi ach contestant entered in an vent to have his turn · at ompeting) will be held during IB four-day competition for al vents except bull riding anc areback riding. Those two vents will have only one go ound each. Performances begin at 8 p.m .night through Thursday. Between events on Monda: ight, several presentation vere made. Jack Watson, re .resentalive from the R. J leynolds Tobacco Compan vhich sponsors the annua Winston Rodeo' Awards priz money program, presente owboy Monty Hanson his firs lalf-year payoff check for hi op performance across th lation i n . saddle bronc ridm competition. . . . R o d e o director Johnn ·ladden presented a saddle donated by Capwell Constru* ,ion Company, to -Dcbbi Garrett of .Springdale -- th year's host queen [or the rqdeo Also during rodeo festivitie the city of Springdale receive a $1,000 .check to be use ;oward the purchase of mobile intensive care amb lance. Fire Chief Mickey Jac son accepted the check, give by the American Legion. I told the audience the city hop to have the unit by the year end. 3 Hurt In Mishap In Springdale SPRWGDALE -- Three per- MS were'injured in a three-car ccident Monday at Hwy. 71 id Robinson Avenue. Alyne 'atkins, 49, a! Kansas City. Jan., and Anila G. Godwin, 20 f Fort Smith, were treated and eleascd at.Sringdale Memorial ospilal. : Clemen K. Neff, 41, of 'Rogers as also injured but did not equire hospital treatment. Police said the car driven by rtiss Godwin struck a car head of her driven by Neff, /hich was bumped into a car riven by William Watkins, 52, f Kansas City, Kan. Mrs. Watins was a passenger in this Police cited Miss Godwin with' ailure to maintain control of motor vehicle. · Trial Under Way Trial is under way. today in Vashington Circuit Court for James Earl Neal, 19, 324 E. Center St.. on a charge of delivery of a controlled substance. Neal was charged in May ith the sale. : _,,_^^--^--^--· MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! 11 you cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONE 442-6242 Daily 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturaay 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. , or five times, was in critic condition and was being trans- j ferred from Russellville' to a Little Rock hospital. · · Briscoe said Bewley was shot in the upper chest, shoulder and arm. How To Hold FALSE TEETH 'Securely Do false teeth embarrass you by coming loose when you eat, laugh, or talk? A denture adhesive can help. FASTEETH® gives dentures a longer, firmer, steadier hold. Makes eat' ing more enjoyable. For more security and comfort, use FASTBBTH Denture Adhesive Powder. Dentures that fit are essential to health. Sea your dentist regularly. '.' JOHN BAUGHMAN HUNTSVILL E-- John Wesley Baughman, 80, of Huntsville died. Monday at a Berryville nursing-home. Born Dec. 22, 1893 in Boone County, the son of Will -and Margaret Slape Baughman, he was a retired farrrier and a Baptist. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mamie Williams Baughman of the home; two snns, Everett of Boston, Mass, and Dewey of Huntsville; two brothers, 'Jim and Willie, both of Huntsrille and 10 grandchild- en. - · Funeral services' will be at 2 pirn.' at the "Alabam Church with burial in the Alabam Cem. riding/etclub traveling t h e 'greatesraistance to participate. Belinda Boyce of Springdale received the best dressed cowgirl award. Runner-up was Debbie Spencer of Springdale. Named as best-dressed cowboy was Richard Smith .of Springdale. Second place went to Terry Metcalt of Springdale. T r o p h i e s for the. best decorated bicycles in t h e parade were given to Shane Ah- rants of Springdale, first place; Rick Philpot of Springdale, second and Norman Waltrip of Springdale, third. The best horse-dpawn wagon trophy was presented to Ken- J £Upton discovered the abandoned truck parked near the *-£·*,, r~ £t Man Injured ijt Elmer A. Franzmeier is »Mfair condition condition at ^Washington Medical Regional Medical Center this morning ".following a tractor accident ^Monday morning on the family ^·J"rm in the Wyman Commun- etery' under- the "'direction of Brashears Funeral Home. MISS MARY BLAKE Miss Mary Bessie Blake, of Fayetteville died this morning at a local hospital. Born June 3, 1894 at Goshen, the daughter of W. T. and Lucinda Gilliland Blake, she was a retired registered nurse and a member of the Eastern Star and Second Baptist Church. Survivors are two sister, Mrs. E. L. Warren of Fayetteville and Mrs. Lena Sparks of Pico Cyclist Hurt In Auto Collision Gilbert M. Bloyed, 24, of Greenland was treated and r e l e a s e d at Washington Regional Medical 'Center Monday night as a result of injuries received in a two-vehicle accident on North Leverett Avenue near its intersection with Eagle Street. Fayetteville police said the motorcycle which Bloyed was riding struck the front of a car driven by Mrs. June Guinn,.2S, (CONTTNUED FROM PAGE 1) increasing the compensation of the Benton County sheriff's office retroactive to Jan. 1, 1974. A bid by Rep. Boyce Alford of Pine Bluff to adjourn sine die after cosidering only supplemental appropriations for college and university construction projects was defeated. · Alford's resolution asked that all other bills be sent to appropriate interim committees for consideration in the January regular session. The House passed an amendment to another pay plan bill Whitham Ave. Mis. Guinn told police that that would g r a n t ' a bonus for all state including noncertified flat $300 employes, personnel she was attempting a left turn into the parking lot of the Gee Whiz Store at 737 N. Leverelt Ave. when she saw the motorcycle coming down the street. She said she stopped .partially in Bloyed's lane of travel. Bloyed said he saw the Guinn car begin the left turn, but could not stop in time to avoid an accident. neth Caudle Hubert ' Lbclc Fayetteville. Rogers was runner-up with his wagon. In Western Week competition, tiie First National Bank recieved a trophy for having the best decorated business display window. Second place went to Cameron's Ready-to-Wear. Pat .Henry Chevrolet-Olds salespeople claimed the best dressed store employes award. Employes from Ryan's Clothing were runners-up. Dub Harris of Springdale was V-; Enters Plea ··', Cardin Ray Forman, 21, 125 »Boles St., pleaded innocent ·'·Monday in Washington Circuit iCourt to a charge of possession ·of a controlled substance (ani- .'.phefamines), with intent to ·£ deliver. "*' Forman's trial was set for named during as 'oest Western dressed man Week com- Wheeler Bridge Plans Okayed in the school systems and those other than professors at state- supported colleges and universities. . The Senate passed . six bills which now will- be sent to the House for consideration. Followers PERSONAL ...EVERY DETAIL OF OUR SERVICE TO YOU... Final plans for the bridge at Wheeler have been petition. Brenda McCullpugh of Springdale wat chosen best dressed woman and Stephanie Tatman, 6, of Springdale was selected best dressed child. Faces Charge Yvonne Compton, 24, Prairie Grove, was charged Monday in Washington Circuit Court with possession of an altered prescription, a misdemeanor. The information states that Miss Compton possessed the prescription on Friday. She was arrested by Fayetteville police over the weekend. First Federal To Open Prairie Grove Office Approval of application by First Federal Savings and Loan Association to open a branch office in Prairie Grove has been granted by the Federal Home Loan.Bank Board, A. P. Eason Jr., president'said today. \ Eason said the f i r m ' was pleased at tha approval and is lo opening Grove. The Ftnnttt 1990 H8 N. rart tin. FoyetteTtlle, Ark. 7TTQI Published dally and Sunday except Jtentjary 1, July i, Thanlrsftvuitf and Second da . Paid al Fayettevllle, Ait ASSOCIATED FRrm The Associated Preis Is enUUed ·* clasfrel? to the OS4 for republic*, tlon of all local news printed ID Ihlfl . newspaper u well ai all AF enrt dispatches. RATES Etrtctlv. October i. On Horn* ueHTifT ftr monUi b7 carrier I tinrf« copy dall7 10 flondir O9. KtO In PteEhlaffloa, teuton, Madljoa C tics. Ark., Adalr Co.. 0*1*.: I month! »--. I monlhj 1 YEAR ; city Bat ateam outsldt tbcrn oowitui; I morttif . |8.n . W.OO . MOO . 40.N AIX MAO. §TJ»fHirnOM PAYABLE IN 1DTANCB . t ,« . 1100 . M.M prepared by the state Highway Department. Washington County Judge Vol Lester said he hopes to see a contract for the work go out in September. Federal funds will pay for 70 per cent of the cost of the project, with the county to provide 10 percent. Judge Lester says he county will fulfill its portion ay constructing bridge approaches, and putting in fill around .he bridge site. The bridge site is being shifted slightly to eliminate a dangerous curve at the north end of the present bridge. Judge LesEer says certain looking forward offices in Prairie utility lines will have lo moved for the construction. be new office will be located adjoining the post office and will feature full-service including a terminal link by direct line lo the association's computer system. Fire Damages Shed Fire caused extensive damage to a storage shed at the Trailwood Mobile Home Park, 5556 Mt. Comfort Road, at 9:40 a.m. today. Firemen said the fire was believed to have been caused by someone burning trash nearby. The fire was confined .to the shed, owned by Lloyd Hayes. City Girl Hurt In 2-Car Mishap A 19-year-old Fayetteville girl was hospitalized following a two-car accident Monday afternoon at the intersection of Rollston Avenue and Watson Street. Regina Francis of 225 N. Locust Ave. was in good condition this morning at Washington Regional Medical Center. Miss Francis was injured when a car, driven by Elsie Cleta Scott, ·«, of 111 S. West Ave., ran a stop sign and struck Miss Francis' car. Mrs. Scott told Fayetteville police that she was westbound Vatson Street and did not see the stop sign in time to avoid an accident. Miss Francis said . she was traveling on Rollston Avenue when the Scott vehicle ran the stop sign and struck her car, causing her to lose control. Money Stolen SPRINGDALE -- A money bag containing $135 was taken from a filing cabinet inside the Northwest Arkansas Business Forms office between Friday afternoon and Monday while the business was closed. ..-·;;. .- . Police said entry was gained into the building with a key. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) president but died in 1952 of leukemia at age 33. Two years later, the military overthrew Peron, and he began 18 years of exile. He met his third wife in Panama. Her real name is Eslela Martinez, but she used the name Isabel as a night club dancer and has kept it. They were married in 1960. Throughout his years in exile, Peron remained the political leader most popular with the Argentine masses. In 1972, the military finally-gave up its attempt to run the country, and the next spring a' candidate picked by Peron. Hector J. Campora, was elected president. Peion returned from Spain in triumph, Campora resigned and the voters poured out to return their old hero lo office by a 61 per cent majority. Phone 443-5438 or 442-8111 WELCOME NEWCOMERS! UH tllll coupon lo let III know you'ro wvitATioK 0 NATIONAL SELECTED MORTICIANS I Prtaw hav th« Welcome Wagon Hoileoi call on me. I 1 would like to subicribe to the M.W. ftrk. TIMIS J 1 already lUHKrlbo lo the TIMES. THEY'RE MOVING MEN, NOT MIRACLE MEN Expert care and handling of your household possessions!* everythingyoucfln reasonably expect from the moving man. He can't put that eld, familiar neighborhood In * crate... move the corner drug ttore to your new home town... bring along Johnny's old school or Mary's favorite halrdMsier. Neither can your Welcome Wagon HostMt «ork mlncles. But she fan and will provide direst'.ons to the community facilities you need, and bring with her a galaxy of glfu Irom Its leading merchant*. She awaiUyourcall at more Et Cetera treasury of prized pieces Another key was then taken from the cash register'and used UA Gets Grant The Marketing Department in the University of Arkansas College of Business Administration has received a grant of $500 from the Mobil Foundation, Inc., according to Dr. Charles Oxford .interim UA president. The gift was announced by C. A. Texas, Reinke Jr. regional of Dallas recruiting Southwest --,,-,-- .-,-.. Oil Corporation, which supports the Foundation". Reinke said that the gift was unrestricted and was initiated coordinator for the Regjpn : .of.. ^Mobil null] me caaii i cfciaici miu uo^-u · , , _ . . . to open the filing cabinet where by Mobil s Central Marketing three money bags were stored. Region, which has its head- Only one money bag was taken.'quarters in Chicago. No Meals, July 4 No meals will be served or home delivered at the meal sites in Fayetteville, Springdale, Prairie Grove and Lincoln on July 4, the Economic Opportunity Elderly Nutrition Program director said today. Meals will resume on July 5 at regularly scheduled times. Change Stolen An undetermined amount of change ' was reported stolen from a cigarette machine at the Thrifty Donut Shop, 514 Government-.Ave.,- Monday night. Fayetteville policeman Steve Hamilton discovered a window broken out of south side AM FARMER: ._ been close 16 the land all Ifiese year«. The farming skips you have are oi.great value to other*. Use them Ip a different land. II you have experience In da'iry, poultry or fruit production, or have an ag degree, peace Corps neeas you for overseas .assignment. Full medical, paid vacation, readjustment bajlc Uvirg allowances, excellent experience, gingles/couples preferred aye 18-80. Call Mr. Blue collect (KM) 527-SK3 or write ACTTOM-IKB. 313 St. Cnnrtei, New OrlMM,. !».. 70130. Directors of Funeral Service Services, TMAMMII ., Mn. Del -- Wednesday, 10:30 a.m. Walnut Grove Church. Rev. Sam Judd officiating. Interment, ,. Walnut Grove Cemetery. niiniiiiniinnnoniiiniininiiiininniiraiiffliiinnininiiiiu CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE BOARD AGENDA for Tuesday, July 1,1974 -- 7:30 p.m. PUBLIC MEETING -- OPEN TO ALL INTERESTED CITIZENS ACCESS ROADS A recommendation from the Board Street Committee regarding the continuation of the parallel access road in front of Nelson's Funeral Home. HOUSING CODE An ordinance adopting the 1973 version of the Southern Standard Housing Code. PLASTIC PIPE An ordinance modifying the City Code to'allow plastic sewer and cold water service pipe. AMBULANCE SERVICE A request for permission to operate an ambulance service. CAR RENTAL CONTRACT A resolution. authorizing a contract agencies Field, with the operating ren-a-car at Drake OTHER BUSINESS FURNITURE--Second Floor Open Monday and Thursday Nights 'til 8:30

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