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2 · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Friday., July 5, 1974 FAYITTIVILLI ARKANSAS " 'OLlllllMIIIIKIIIlllllllllllllilGtllllUlllllllllinilllllllllllinillltllM i '··;.-. Obituary :-;S . LUTHER D. HAMM · fa Springdale --. Luther D. iHamm', 81,'of Route 5, Spring- «iale, died Wednesday in a Slill- "Vater, Okla. hospital. Born Jan. 6. 1893 at Arkadclphia, the son of William L. and Siisie Johnson Hamm, he was a retired farmer v- and a Baptist. ·3 Survivors are three sons. L. k ;D. Jr. of Salem, Ore., Wintford Cot LaMesa, Tex. and James of ·"·Eunice. N.M.; four daughters, ·''Mrs. J. D. W h i t e . o f Perkins. ·;0kla., Mrs. 0. D. Barnes of I- 1 Springdale, Mrs. Robert L. '·Hunt of Midland, Tex. and Mrs. '·'W. D. Braswell of Fayetteville; '"17 grandchildren and 11 great- and Lula Adams Freeman, she was a Methodist. Survivors are one son, L. D. of Cassville; two sisters, Mrs. May Glidewell of Lincoln and Mrs. Lizzy Probasco of Floy- dana. Tex., and one brother, R. of Tahlequah, Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Morrow Methodist Church with burial in direction of Luginbuel Funeral Home. grandchildren. ·· Funeral service was lo be at p.m. today at Sisco Funeral '".Chapel with burial in Bluff ;· Cemetery. .; MRS. MAUDE BASSETT '.- Mrsi Maude .Hanna Bassett, ."91. formerly of Fayetteville, : died Thursday in Tulsa. Born .^Sept. 13. 1882 at Arnett, the · daughter of Samuel H. and Martha Hughes Hanna, she was W. Freeman Okla. Blacks Protest Death Penalty ALLEN D. STRAIN Allen D. Strain, 70, of Fayetteville, died this morning in a local hospital. Dorn June 30, 1904 in the Strain community, the son of George D. and Nora Wood Strain, he was a retired aiito body man, a retired member of the Fayelteville Fire Department and a Methodist. Survivors are one sister, Mrs. Lucille Strain Mitchell of Fay- elleville. Funeral service will be at 4 p.m. Saturday at Moore's Chapel with burial in Fairview Memorial Gardens. seamstress and a of the Christian retired :""inernber ; Church. t Survivors are one daughter, ; Mrs. Edith Woods of Tulsa; one i son, Carlos of San Antonio, ;' Tex.; one sister, Mrs .Edith . Bassett of Colorado Springs, ', Colo.; four grandchildren and ' four great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 10 '· a.m. Monday at Moore's Chapel ', with burial in Evergreen Ceme- ' tery. Funerals Springdale -- The Rev. Samirny Garrison; 2 p.m. Saturday; Sisco Funeral Chapel; burial in Bland Cemetery. MOSES REDFERN Prairie Grove -- Moses Shelton Redfern, 70, of Prairie Grove, died Wednesday in a Fayelteville hospital. Bom Oct. 31, 1903 in Chester, the son of Charles S. and Gertrude Toon Redfern, he was a retired carpenter and a Mason. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Center Redfern of the home; two sons, Charles of Prairie Grove and Robert of Laurel, Md.; three daughters, Mrs. Ivan Tyree, Mrs. Lee Couch and Mrs. Walter Fennel all of Prairie Grove; three brothers, Lonnie of Stilwell, Okla., Raymond of Portland. Ore., and Homer of Modesto, Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. Mattie Clayton of Belin, N.M., and Mrs. Henry Bottoms of Prairie Grove; 14 grandchildren grandchildren. and 11 great- ·; Funeral service 1 ,was to be at ; 2:30 p.m. today at the Cumber- land Presbyterian Church with burial in Prairie Grove Cemetery under direction of Luginbuel Funeral Home. ' MRS. JUNIE PENNELL Lincoln -- Mrs. Junie Free-. ,' man Fennel], 89, · of Cassville, 1 Mo., died Wednesday at her '. Home. Born June 6. 1885 at ^ Cane Hill, the daughter of John · · Fireworks Cause Of ; Rash Of Local Fires } : The Fayetteville Fire Depait- ', rhent had a busy day over the " Fourth of July, with a number 1 of small fires resulting from .' fire works. t [.At 12:18 a.m. Thursday the ; department was called to extin- -; gush a grass fire at the 71 '. Drive-in Theatre. · ;. After most of the day went ;· by without any reported fires, ". the calls started coming in at 1 11:04 p.m. Thursday with a ', trash bin on fire behind Murray j Hill Apartment on Hill St., '-· followed at 11:41 p.m. by a ; smoke bomb going off in a car ^ parked at Poor Richard's on ' Dickson Street. · k ,From 11:46 p.m. Thursday ; until 1:05 a.m. today firemen ·· extinguished fires in trash con', tainers located at Center and · University Streets, 280 S. Hill ·I St. and at City Park. All : resulted from fire iworks. West Point Cadet Refused Diploma Over Marriage LEXINGTON, Mass. (AP) Donald M. Boyd goes before a board of officers at West Point, N.Y., today in his attempt to graduate from the U.S. Military Academy despite being married while enrolled there. Boyd, 23, from Lexington, was married secretly in his junior year a't the service academy. The marriage was revealed in an anonymous letter to his superiors two weeks before he was to graduate from West Point last month. Boyd was barred from receiving his diploma and commission as a second lieutenant. West Point officials said he was dismissed not because he married but because he violated the academy's honor code by lying about his marital status. "But I never lied," Boyd said. "I never said anything until I was asked, and then I admitted it." Boyd lias filed suit in U.S. District Court in New York, saying the West Point regiv laton forbidding marriage is unconstitutional because it denies him a funadmental .rjght;;His, attorney. Steven Hyman;'was'.successful last year RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- A crowd that police estimated totaled about 4,000 persons m a r c h e d without incident through the North Carolina capital protesting the death penal- y- Black militant Angela Davis, co-chairman of a group that calls itself the National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression, led the Independence Day march. It was held to spotlight Ih'e state's Death Row population, highest in the na- .ion. Miss Davis estimated that the crowd totaled 10,000 persons. In addition to protesting the state's Death Row population of 45--almost half the nation's total--Ihe march Thursday called attention to the state's -total prison population of more than 12,000, highest per capita in the nation and to statistics showing that fewer North Carolina workers are in labor unions than in any other state. After meeting at a downtown auditorium, where marchers were welcomed by Raleigh's black mayor, Clarence Lightner, the crowd walked to the Capitol. ·Miss Davis and the Rev. Ralph David Abernathy of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference spoke to the crowd at the Capitol, then the march moved on, past Central- Prison where men condemned to die are housed. O t h e r speakers included Questions About Social Security Editor's Note: This column is a joint effort of public service by the TIMES and the Fayelteville Social Security Administration office, Mrs. Rose Newsome. district manager. . ' . . ' · " Anyone having a question about social security is invited to send it to the Northwest Arkansas TIMES 72701. All inquiries must be signed and should include address of sender. Names will not be published. Q. I am in the eleventh grade. I hope to find a summer JA this year. How can I get a social security card? A. You need to complete an application for a social secutitj number right away. Since p!l new social security cards are now issued in Baltimore, Md., it will be five to six weeks before your card is delivered. You may call the local social security office and request an application f o i m ' b e mailed to you or you may come by the office and complete the application form. Q. My aunt died on March 16, 1974. She - had never married. She received Old Age Assistance from the State Department of Public Welfare and was to have received the Supplemental Security Income (Yellow checks) from social security. For some reason her January, February, and March Beauty Queens Highlight Last Performance Of Oiarks Rodeo S P R I N G D A L E crowning o . ftwo queens highlighted the final performance of the 1974 Rodeo of ;he Ozarks in Parsons Stadium Thursday night. Selected as 1974 Miss Rodeo of the Ozarks was Guyla Knowles, 18, of Grand Prairie, Tex. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Knowles and sponsored by the Golden Triangle Saddle Club of Texas, Miss Knowles also won the horsemanship, award. As winner, she received a saddle- donated by the Capwell Construction Co. Rolin Mann, 18-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mann of North Little Rock, Clyde Bellcourl of the American Indian Movement. The prime cause of tension during the march was a group of 12 pickets from segregationist groups including the American Nazi party, the Ku Klux Klan and the Rights of White People. There were jeers at the segregationists but no incidents. checks did not arrive until HHH Documents Restricted For 25 Years WASHINGTON (AP) -- Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey's tax-deducted documents are being restricted from public view for 25 years and it's not known when President Nixon's pre-White House papers will be opened to scrutiny. But the nation's archivist says such restrictions can help the cause, of history. A spokeswoman for Humphrey, the Minnesota Democrat who served as Lyndon B. Johnson's vice president, said Tuesday night that when the senator tfave personal and official pa- [iers to the Minnesota State ., ,,,,, Historical Society in the late in having a marriage ban at I 196 " 3 he-restricted .their access March 22, 1974. Will we be able to use any of this money for her bills? A. Unfortunately, the checks cannot be reissued. The law states that SSI (yellow checks) can be reissued only to a legal surviving spouse who alsq is eligible for SSI. Q. I am 52 years old and I have a wife and two children to support. Because I have high blood pressure and asthma I feel that I am totally disabled, but the social security man says that 'I should not file for disability benefits as long as I am working. Why? A. The Social Security Law states that disability benefits are payable if a person is unable to perform substantial gainful activity due to an injury, illness, or physical condition and the disabling condition can foe .expected to last for 12 or more months. Since you continue working, you would not meet the provisions of the law since your continued work indicates ability to perform substantial gainful activity. the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, N.Y., declared .unconstitutional. "I realized that tile rule existed, but I felt all along that it was unconstitutional." doyd said. "I -still performed to a high'level "of excellence. Being married had nothing to do with my qualifications as an Army officer." "Why bow my head now and say 'I was a bad 'boy. I got married.' What kind of man would do that?" His 21-year-old wife Jodj said, "He probably did better fo ra quarter-century. But she said the 25-year rule was the society', s "general guideline for donors of historical papers" and that "no one who has requested access has been denied access" by Humphry. "It's not only a protection for the Senator's privacy but also for the people who wrote him letters now among the papers/' she added. In donating pro-presidential papers and memorabilia to the National Archives, Nixon.stipu- lated that no one. other than Q. Does social security offer and solicit enrollments for a Medicare Supplemental Medical Insurance policy? A. Positively not.' There are many health insurance policies offered a\ a companion or a supplemenJal to Medicare, but all of these are offered by private companies Some are good, but,social security must be impartial and- cannot recommend nor condemn any of them. Like any other purchase you make, you must personally determine if it meets your needs and fits your pocketbook. One other fact is that any person, representing the Social Security Administration or any other agency of the Federal Government carries on his person the proper identification and credentials. Any one claiming to be a representative of the U.S. Government should be asked to present his credentials. . Supersonic Jets May Fly Into Dallas Fi. Worth WASHINGTON (AP) - The Concorde and Soviet TU114 su r jersonic airliners produce noise hat carries farther and affects more people than even the loudest conventional jets, a newly released government report says. Thus, the Transportation Department study said, "substantial adverse public reaction'is expected" if the government permits either plane to begin scheduled flights to U.S. airports. It said a - possible . exception was the new Dallas- Foii Worth . Airport, surrounded by sparsely populated land. · The British-French Concorde has made several demonstration flights to U.S. airports, and Its builders have applied to the Federal Aviation Administration lo make 36 promotional flights from- London to this country. Scheduled service could begin by the end of 1975. Lawyers for the Environmental Defense Fund obtained the report, dated Dec.il, 1973. as the result of the court suit and the organization made it public. The report said the Concorde, using the. recommended runway at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport, would expose. 55,000 persons to noise evels of 1JO effective perceived noise desibels (EPNbBs), about equal to the sound level a person would get while standing 50 feet from a passing heavy-duty diesel truck. By contrast, the study said, a Boeing 707 would expose 35,000 persons to the same noise and .a 707 with sound-absorbing material in its engines would expose about 7,000 persons. The EPNdB measurement considers such factors as frequency levels and tonal quality as well as decibel count. A measurement of 110 EPNdBs was crowned 1974 Miss Rodeo Arkansas -following the ·bar.e- h a c k riding competition. Sponsored by the Arkansas Rodeo Association, she also won the pole bending contest. Miss Mann, the first Miss Rodeo Arkansas to be selected and crowned in Springdale, will compete this December in Oklahoma City, for the Miss Rodeo America title. As . Miss Rodeo Arkansas, she received a two horse trailer donated by the Wal-Mart Discount Stores. MISS KING NAMED. Runner-up to Miss Rodeo of the Ozarks was Theresa . King, 16, of Bentonville. Sponsored by the Bentonville Riding Club, she is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack King. She received a wristwatch donated by Tat[n Bn s Jewelers. . Brooka Varwig, 19, of Siloam Springs was chosen runner-up to Miss Rodeo Arkansas. The daughter of . Mr. , and Mrs. Alfred Varwig, she was sponsored by the Siloam Springs Riding Club. She also received a wristwatch from Tatman's Jewelers. Linda Christian, 16, of Fay elteville, was elected Miss Congeniality from anung 1 contestants. The daughter, o Mr. and Mrs. Thomas tnris- ian, she was sponsored by the tounders Saddle Club. Trophies were awarded after Thursday's parade down Emma Avenue. An annual rodeo event, his year's Fourth of July parade featured 1,031 horses. Best dressed cowgirl awards were presented to Cathy Moore, ; irst place, and Paula Jean Davis, second place, both of Springdale. Best dressed cowboy trophies went to Charles Hanna, first, arid Floyd Llndsey second DECORATED BICYCLE Awards for the best decorated bicycles were given to Carla Goheen .first; Patsy Smilh, second, and Frank Reeves, third. The Arkansas Apiary and Beekeepers Association won the Do Your FALSE TEETH Drop, Slip, or Fall? Pont keep wornrlac about vour nun teeth dropping «t tho mat VA8TEETH*rfves dentures a long- ·Fi flfluer» fltefcoloF hold* ^3cra GAt* be DMra tojoyslde* Vof 'JUJSJSP^^ ton .Adhesive Powder. Deuturei that fit «ra weratial to besith. S» yoardmtjsfcmpilarly. 1 wr/--- -- ~\Pil^ : " -- --^p^^*^^^^^^^S^ rsl place-trophy for floats with s .Vbuzzing . bees" entry. The pringdBle..,Me.rmr.lal. ;Hospitol u r i i o r Volunteers (Candy ripers)' received 'second place ophy for iheir float. ·; Trophies for the best hbrse- rawn wagons went to W. B. riffin of Springdale, .·first; and . B. Sweany of Spiirigdale, econd. |. The Oak Grove Saddlelitos eceived the best dressed riding lub award. The trophy for the riding club traveling the, far- lest distance to participate in IB parade went to -the Mul- erry Riding Club of.Mulberry. The Berry County , Sheriff's 'osse of Berry County, Mo., eceived both trophies for the est dressed .posse, and the sosse from the farthest dls. ance. .·· .'.-·- · MR FARMER: you're been close to the land all these years. The fanning: SM1J3 you have are of sral value to others. Use them Iri a different land. If you have experience in dairy, poultry or fruit production, or have an aff desrte, Peace Corps needs you for overseas assignment. Full medical, paid vacation, readjustment basic living allowances, excellent experience. Singles/couples preferred age 16-80. Call Mr. Blue collect (504) 52T-S921 or write ACTION-ISM. 333 St. Charles, New Orleans, la. 70130. would sound twice as loud as 100 EPNdBs. after he was married. An offi-1 archivists processing the items, ; Gem Club Meet Set The second organizational meeting of the Ozarks Gem and ; Mineral Club will be held at · 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Fay" etteville City Library. : Rodney Hinson of Fayelleville .! is president of the new · organization. Other. officers ·i are James Hudler of Round ' Mountain, vice president; Mrs. Vivian Mcdart of West Fork, . secretary; E. P. Heiney, · Baldwin, treasurer and Mrs. '. Mildred Higgins, also of Round · Mountain Public Relations Di- will he made at the rector. Plans upcoming meeting for future field trips and all interested persons are invited to attend. Founded I860 m N. E»!l ive. FajrefleTlDe. Ark. 77701 - -- dally ana Sunday except Janaary 1, 7017 i, Itankwlvifltf od Chrlitraaa. second Clan Postae* Paid at FayeKevllle, Ait cer is supposed to be a responsible human being. Don actually took on more responsibility by getting married. Many of the cadets there never learn to think for themselves." The young couple has an 11- month-old daughter, Christin. Medals Awarded To Rescuers Of Princess Anne LONDON (AP) - Seven men who thwarted the attempt to kidnap Princess Anne were awarded medals for heroism today. A citation from Queen Elizabe h II said they "displayed outstanding courage and a complete disregard for their personal safety." Anne's bodyguard, Police Inspector James Beaton, 31 received Ihe George Cross, Britain s highest award for civilian gallantry. He was wounded three times as he shielded the princess, 23, from a man who on March 20 fired repeatedly at her ear in the mall about 100* yards from Buckingham Palace. Two olher policemen, a cleaning company manager, Ihe queen's chauffeur the chauffeur of another car and a j o u r n a l i s t received lesser awards. may examine them without his written permission as long as he remains President.- The deed also gives Nixon the right to modify that restriction anytime during his lifetime. Dr. James B. Rhoads, arch- vist of the United States, told a reporter that such access restrictions are "not uncommon." Wihout the restrictions, he said, the only alternative would be to destroy documents that otherwise might prove historically valuable. Humphrey has said he took deductions totaling $109,153 for some of the papers in his federal income tax returns for the years 1969 through 1972. Nixon also claimed $482,018 in deductions for the same purpose during the same years. But the Internal Revenue Servr ice and a congressional committee ruled last spring that the donation to the National Archives had not been made until more than eight months after a new tax law abolished gifts of papers as a charitable deduction. The adverse ruling was largely responsible for Nixon receiving an assessment of some $467,000 for back taxes. Area News Briefs Rabbi Blau Dies JERUSALEM (AP) -- Rabbi Amrom Blau, leader of the ultra-orthodox Neturei Karta sect which refuses to recognize the state of Israel, died today in Jerusalem. He was 80. The cause of death, was not Jiven. He entered, a hospital ast week for emergency minor surgery for a kidney ailment. Rabbi Blau in a letter ,, President Nixon recently called the Israeli government "godless and rebellious" arid called for Jerusalem to be annexed to "any other rule or government" that Nixon could devise. The Neturei Karta sect has about 5,000 members, many 'of whom live in Brooklyn. N.Y. Woman Injured SPRINGDALE -- A 44-year- old woman was slightly injured Thursday afternoon when she backed her automobile into a tree at 9D7 White Road. Geraldine Lothes, of 1109 White Road, was treated at the Springdale Clinic. Mrs. Lothes told police she was backing up from a parked position when her gas pedal apparently stuck, causing her to lurch into a tree owned by Charlee Cermak, 907 White Road. DR. JAMES R. HUNT TAKES "PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THAT DR. WARREN C, MASSEY WILL BE ASSOCIATED WITH HIM IN THE PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY FOR CHILDREN lenses darker turns brighter shionable an Fashionable Cos Cob takes you from summer to early fall with these mix and match coordinates. Polyester plaids and solids. Missy 6-16. Pant--$14.98 -- Jacket $23.98 Shell $7.98 Budget Fashions Street Floor MEMBER ASSOClATEn PRB* Tfat Assorfaled Prejj 13 entitled «- cluslvely lo tie QJ« for republlca- tlor* of aU local tiewj printed In tn aewipaper *j well ar ill AP «*wi SUBSCRIPTION BATES Elftctha October L 137J Home UeUiprr Per month by carrier 13.3 Stafflf cop? daily lOc, Bandar Be C.8. M«U [n Wajhuitfon, Benloa, MadJjoo cvno- Uti. Ark., Adllr Co.. O"-1A! 3 monthi _,,__,,__ Q month! · I TEAR dt7 Box section Outside.'abort ooontfeil A mpnthj i monthi 1 1 TEAK . » JSO . noo . 90.00 . WOO . U.50 . 18,00 . H.Ot AIX MAO. ADVANCB Tire Stolen SPRINGDALE - A lire and nm were taken from a new automobile parked at the Charlesworth Pontiac new car sales lot late Tuesday or early Wednesday. The tire and rim, valued at ?100. were stolen after the car was lifted with an hydraulic jack, police said. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! II you cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONE «2-«212 Dally 5 to 8:30 p.m. Saturaay 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. Three Persons Hurl in Two-Car Mishap SPRINGDALE - Three persons were injured Thursday n a two car accident on Hwy. 8 east, just west of the Frisco Railroad tracks. Judy Otis, 31, of Route 2, is listed in satisfactory condition today at Springdale Memorial Hospital after .he car she was a passenger in was struck by a car driven by Rickey R. Nickell, 21, of Route 1. Nickell and Mrs. Otis' husband, Alvin R., who was driving the car she was riding in were also injured hut did not seek hospital treatment. · According to police reports, tho eastbound Otis .car was stopped behind another, car when the Nickell car collided with it from the rear. Nickell told police he did not see the Olis car because the evening Theft Reported An electric calculator valued at $90, several wiiite uniform shirts and three pocket knives have been reported stolen from Razorback Linen at 326 N. West St. city police szid today. Bob Bibb, owner of the business, told police that the building was entered sometime after closing Tuesday and opening this morning. Electrical Fire SPRINGDALE -- A short in the electrical wiring of an oven resulted in a small fire Thursday at the Ralph Cottrell residence, on Hwy. 112. Fire department reports said the blaze was confined to the stove with only minor smoke damage to the rest of the house. GENERAL REVENUE SHARING ACTUAL USE REPORT General Revenue Sharing provides federal funds directly to local and state governments. Your government must publish this report advising you how these funds have been used or obligated, during the Y aar from July 1. 1973, thru June 30, 1974. This is to inform you of your government's priorities and lo encourage your participation in decisions on how future funds should be spent. ACT UAL EXPENDITURES CATEGORIES (A) 1 NJBLICSAFETY 2 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 3 PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION I RECREATION 7 SOCIAL SERVICES FOSAGEDORPOOR 1 FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION » MULTIPURPOSEANO OEKEBAL GOVT. 10 EDUCATION sun had blinded him. He was Fire Damages SPRINGDALE - A small fire in a Chevrolet van owned by Houston Clark was out upon Ihe arrival of the fire department Thursday. According to fire department reports, Mrs. Clark, of 1016 Fraker St., was attempting to start the van's engine when the ignition switch shorter! and caused a charged closely. with foliowing too Damage to I minor. the truck fire, was 11 SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT 12 HOUSING 4 COM. , MUNIIYOEVELOPMENT $ 11 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 14 OTHER(Sp«ify) CAPITAL (Bl OPERATING/ MAINTENANCe (C) NONDISCSIMINATION REQUIREMENTS HAVE IEEN M£T I) CERTIFICATION: I cxtifr »« I «m the OM Eucut'M Officff ml. with rapKt to tfw witWwwi hn* nporud Nnoa Ittmtt *«i Jmr h«v« not b»M u»d In vioKtion of Mtw «», priority ttMnOHun raqulranwit THE GOVERNMENT OF has received Genera] Revenue Sharing payments touting $5,764 during the period from July 1, 1973. Chru June 30. 1974. 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