Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 11, 1974 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 11, 1974
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! Obituary Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurs., July U, 1974 FAYITTEVILLE, ARKANSAS MRS. MINERVA PARKS . Mrs. Minerva E. Parks, ·grandmother of Fred Tref finger ··of Fayetteville, died July 5 in ··Liberty, Ind. She was the mother of Mrs. Joann P. -Tref finger, formerly of Fayette:ville. . · , - -·· Funeral and burial were held ,In Eaton, Ohio. Chlorine In Pool Water Said Not Cause Of Burning Eyes ; WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM William C. Cunningham, 78, 'of Fayetteville died in a nursing -home Wednesday. He was born '.March8; 1896, at White Oak, the :»on of Irvin and Martha Cun- }ningham, was a retired farmer ·arid member of the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign 1 Wars. . · He is survived by three sons, 'Calvin of Elkins and Alvin and "Gene, both of Springdale; one -daughter, Mrs. Jessie M. r Combs, also of Springdale and -11 grandchildren. · ' . Funeral service will be 1:30 p.m. Friday in the chapel of rNelson's Funeral Home with 'burial in National Cemetery. CHESTER LYNCH ··'·· Huntsville -- Chester C. ; Lynch, 77, of 'Route 5, Rogers, '. died Wednesday at his home. I He was born June 29, 1897 at ; Clifty, the son " o f ' Willie and f Emma Coville Lynch. ·; Survivors are the widow, Mrs. · Helen Anderson Lynch of the ^ home;-one son. Bill of Rogers; .- one daughter, Mrs. Lena Phillips of Hiridsville: four Brothers, J Joe-'of Springdale, George of ; Hindsville, Lum of Pampa, Tex. ':. and Riley of Latham, 111.; one ·. sister, Mrs. Pearl Hardcastle of ; Taft, Calif.: three grandchild; ren and one great-grandchild. i_ Funeral service will be at 2 ··-p.m. Saturday at the Hickory i Grove Freewill Baptist Church S with burial in Hickory Grove '. Cemetery under direction of ! Brashears Funeral Home. The chlorine in swimming pools does not cause the red burning eyes swimmers are frequently subject to, according to Phil Tolbert, sanitarian of the Washington County Health Department/ ' ' M a n y swimmers a r e blaming their red. burning ;eyes wrongly upon excess chlorine in the water. Their complaints [ Candidates Required . I To File Expenses v All local and county Demp"" cratic candidates who ran .in · the May 28 primaries have' until '( July 27 to file a report of all ··. expenses, over $25 spent by the i themselves or in their behalf, '. Don MeGuire, chairman of the i Washington County Democratic ;· Central Committee, said today. r Expense statements should be filed with Don Reed, secretary i of the Central Committee. 'f Democrats making district or ' state races must make their ,- sworn, verified statement with ',,· Buddy .Benefjeld, secretary of » the Democratic State Commit- · tee, McGuire said. Payment Said Due On Nixon Property LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Thi final $600,000 "balloon pay ment" on President Nixon' San Ciemente estate is due i four days, but his new persona attorney says the entire amoun can't be paid by July 15 withou refinancing. Dean S. Butler, whose Lo, Angeles law firm of Willis, Bu ler and Scheifly recently too over most of Nixon's persona legal work, said on Wednesda that "technical problems*' ar holding back a. decision on ho to make the payment. The President's share is $326,440, according to a White House audit released last year. The rest is the responsibility of the B C Investment Co., set up by presidential friends C.G. "Bebe" Rebozo and Robert H. Ahplanalp. The company purchased the bulk of the estate from Nixon in 1970 but Butler said the property remains a single parcel for purposes of paying off the mortgage to the seller, the Cotton Estate. Butler said Nixon and the others are prepared to make "a substantial payment" by Sunday, but can't pay it all without an extension or refinancing. He said he has recommended an extension, but the Cotton Estate attorneys could not -be reached for comment on whether that option is agreeable to them. nd to pressure pool managers » lower the chlorine residual in e water," Tolbert said. The excess chlorine is rarely e culprit, and the principa ause of eye irritation is the H ' factor of the water, he lid. : The pH scale runs from zero ir extreme acidity to 14 for xtreme alkalinity and 7.0 is eutral, he explained; . "The optimum pH · for pool ater is from 7.2 to 8.0 add ny reading below 7.0 or above 4 may result in skin'.or eye rnlation," he said. He recommended that pool perators can control the pH actor by addition of muriatic cid or soda ash. The sanitarian also said that litrogen compounds, called Moramines, may also cause eye irritation. These occur 'hen there is too little chlorine n the water arid are formed 'rom chemical reactions with urea, perspiration and rainfall. Chloramines may be eliminated, he said, by ' a strong shock of ten parts per million chlorine, but all swimmers must be evacuated until the chlorine level reaches one part per million, he advised. Park Improvements Begun Af Grealhouse! Work has begun on.improve- ments at Greathouse Park iii|! the south part of Fayetteville. ·The park,-located adjacent toll Levi-Strauss plant off 15th Street, has unofficially been nown as Oberman Park for many years. The old baseball diamond has been leveled and dirt brought in to renovate the field, according to Dale Clark, director of the Fayetteville Parks and Re-|l creation Department. New bases and installation in the new field will be done by Bill 'McLoed, ^manager of Leyi- Strauss. The plant Softball team will use the field for practice. The next project.for the park will be a parking: .area near the entrance on Price Street. ; Stereo Stolen j About $2,700 worth of stereo J equipment was reported stolen j from the residence of Jim Shar- P key -at:-224vN.-: Church Ave., J while ; , Sharkey and his wife i were sleeping early today. i, Sharkey told police that two ; speakers, 250 record albums, a 5 four ; channel tape recorder, ; turn-table, an amplifier -- radio i combination and 10 reels of J tape were taken in the theft. f, Police said entry to the home 5. was gained by cutting a screen J on a southwst window. Exit ; was mads through the front i door. j Sharkey said the thief, or · thieves, eoiild not be heard * because of the air conditioning. -, 1 : Theft Investigated Washington Coimyt deputy j Sheriffs are investigating the I theft of stereo equipment from ' the Ben Lankford residence S west of Fayetteville off Weding- r ton Driv. Lankford said that ^ someone entered his home j through a window and took a ·'. record player and turntable, an j amplifier and speakers. Hwy. 112 Bridge Replacement Set Final plans for. a new bridge over Clear Creek at Greathouse Springs on Hwy. 112 are expected to be ready within two months, according to State Highway Department engineers. The engineers met with Washington County Judge Vol Lester Wednesday to discuss the construction. 1 The bridge is to be built east of the present one-lane bridge and will have two lanes. Washington County will be responsible for acquiring two to three acres of land for the new bridge site. Judge Lester said that bids may be let in October or November. . The state is, also planning to build a new bridge on Hwy. 112 at Elm Springs. The bridge will be rebuilt and raised from the present low-water, bridge. : | NEW YORK STOCKS OtMnlnjc PriCM * FambMtf by M *· C. Etfwartt « SM 4-H CLUB NEWS 7 Ark. Best Corp 7% 'f. Amer. Tel Tel 42% 1 Ark La Gas -.-..... 18% ; Baldwin 9 ·- Campbell Soup ......... 27 ; Central S.W. ............ 1254 ·· Chrysler '....a 15 : Del Monte .'..... 17 i Dillards .....?..... Wk ^ Easco f 834 ;, A.G. Edwards V ; Emerson ^.......... S4 - Exxon 3..-.,.. 68% :· Ford v.. 46 B ,fe i Frontier Air ... f ..... s 5 '' Gen Growth ...- 13'A .: Gen Motors 45'/4 ; Gordon Jewelry ·. 7',4 ·.- Intl. Harv .-..-, 22'/« '- I-T-E Imperial -.-.. 1(1% - J C Penney 68% : Levi Strauss 16% » Ling Temca ···· 8 .' Marcor ' T.. 2414 i Pan Am World Air 3 j Phillips Petro 42% · Pizza Corp p ....,.,.. 8% · Pizza Hut .."... .,.. 18% .. Ralston 41% T, Safeway --.1,.?. -.. 3 34'/! ; Sears .-.'.'. IS'A -. Scott Paper ..· ;, Shakespeare ... B T.... 5% ; .Sou. Pacific 28 ·Texaco ,· 23% ' Tri State Mtrs .- 9V, · Union Carbide ..n.,...... 37 : United Air 24'A . Victor :-.... 6% ;· Wal-Mart ..,.? 1914 · Ark. West Gas ...... 12?$-13Vi '·· Kearney Natl. ...-..·... 4%-5V6 .: Minute Man ....· l%-2% " Pioneer Foods 4%-SW ; H K Porter s ... 31«-3214 ,-, Std. Register 13K-14K - Tyson Foods 1%-VA '· Yellow Frt 46'/4-47% -* AVERAGES !· Inds down 1.48 "Trans down M .-Utils down .12 Volume 4,380,000 - COMMODITY OPENINGS ·'July Corn 3.12 ', Nov. Soybeans ;.... £.21 tSept. Ejgs .-.. 49.50 · / J u l y Pork BelliesV... «.35 .'Jul? Wheat ...a..*..*. 4J8 GREATHOUSE SPRINGS Plans to bujld a ladder for the swimming area at Greathouse Springs were made at the July meeting. The election of officers was postponed until the August meeting because of poor attendance. Members worked on record books. 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