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Northwert Arkansas TIMES, Mon. r Aug. 5, 1974 FAYETTEVILLI, ARKANSAS Ex-Spaceman CCONTTNUED FHOM PAGE ONE) shodiness, and'stay away from mediocrity, "Don't be satisfied with apathy. Don't do what the crowd wants you to do. Stop seeking pleasure and start seeking challenge and make a commitment to excellence," he ^. said. " Cunningham who left National Aeronautic Space Administra- 3. ; "tion (NASA) three years ago to become vice president, ?:0perations Century Develop- ·" rnent Corporation of Houston, ;.-."/rex., said the difference bct- ·. ween NASA and business and industry is a lack of motivation '~ and pride in workmanship. NASA personnel are Jhe new ^world's craftsmen and brought fi new sense of pride into the \words "Made in the U.S.A." '5ie claimed. -; "They put together the most : 2rantastic piece of equipment .-when they built the space lab. ijfhey have kept alive the spirit and thrill of adventure. Man Chas to stretch if he is to grow," : «he said. .': NOT LIMITED !».,He said this was not limited ·jbut available to all, he advisee Hhat a chance for dangerous ad 'venture is necessary for growth ···and said we can't always play *it safe. For the future he sees little '"space-oriented activity. Th i"joint Soviet-American space jlthrust is scheduled in 1975 ani j-then he expects a five year hia ...tus in activity. He doesn't se ,-;a space shuttle until after 1980 ^because other priorities have ·replaced space exploration. ". He noted that in 1971 thi ;, : program cost approximately $1 ;Tper person in the U.S. and tha ;-;--at the same time $480 pe '.'·^person was spent on socia ..·Tnaintenance programs. He als ;'tnoted that $16 per person w a -·spent on cosmetics; $17 to , cigarettes and $35 on liquor. "Technology solved yestei / d a y ' s problems and enlightene people can solve tomorrow's ''..You can't go back to.the goo ; . 'old days, which weren't all tha '.good," he said. - . "'·;' Recognizing that he was' : .;."preaching to tile- converted" ahe said "Our future lies in how £you solve our problems." jjjw Commenting on Hie ""ho hum" :'~public attitude toward the 84".'"'day Sky Lab mission he said ; 'it was a rough mission that was ·;;niade possible only because men came through with 150 per :l .cent effort after the mechanical breakdown. "Many of the bene- ",fits 'which will come out of ':·: space technology will develop Ih.only after the mystery and awe r^pf the program fades," he said Sji LUNAR LANDING i' The manned lunar landing ;.· was the premier accomplish- J.-ment of the 20th century, he Misaid and credited the space pro- i-';gram wtih providing the J-catalyst that revolutionized edu- -.cation. .' - · ; ;MORE MORE MORE MORE ·. "Neal Armstrong and Buz ·Allred . lilerally stood hich will build for the future," e said. The meeting was opened by ussell Simkins, president of e Fayotteyille chapter of Mu Ipha Thela; Other members of 10 "convention committee in- ude Marian E. Crum, of FHS; r. Kalhrine C. Mire, of the niversity, program chairman; race Lawson, FHS math eachcr; Sharon Lane, U of A uident: Mary Sutherland, Jan iff in, Kenneth Cox and James iryan. ail officers of the FHS liaptcr. The convention will, conclude Wednesday, IIMBI! Obituary GEORGE PLUMBTREE George L; Plumbtree, 72, of Fayctleville died Sunday at a Fayetteville hospital. Born June 8, 1902 in Howard County Neb., lie was the son of George H. and Mary Effie Thomas Plumbtree. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Gladys Vivian Plumbtree of the Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. in the Marsh Funeral Home Chapel of Rogersville, Mo. with burial in the Maple Park Cemetery in Springfield, Mo. with local arrangements hy Brashears Funeral Home. home; t h r e e Mounlainbuj-g, sons, Jack D o n a l d Little Rock Man Injured in Car Wreck One person was slightly inured in a two vehicle accident ate Sunday- night on North College Avenue at the entrance o the Holiday Inn. Eugene B. Smith, 56, : ot Little Rock was aken to Washington Regional Medical Center for emergency reatment and released. Fayetteville police s a i d the accident occurred when a car driven bv Roderick A. Bellows, 17. of 2327 Berry SI., traveling south on College Avenue, crossed several lanes of traffic and struck the Smith car as it was entering the motel. Bellows told police he came to a slight rise in the highway and saw a string of cars in both through lanes. He said that when .he swerved to the left to avoid the cars, his brakes locked and he skidded about 290 feet before hitting the Smith car. a cactus plant and a utility pole. , . Seattle, Wash, and L a r r y of Granada Hills, Calif.; a daughter/ Mrs. Alice 'Center of Fayetteville; two -brothers, Bill of Frederick,. Okla. .and Melvin of Kingston, Okla.; two sisters, Mrs. Jessie Rosson of Oklahoma City and Mrs. Laura Stillson of Frederick, Okla.; nine grandchildren and grandchildren. Funeral services two -great- be Senators (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONI) in Mississippi and New Orleans that he could see some justifi- NEW YORK STOCKS Opening Prlcti rurnlihed dy A. C, Idwinif »n House censure an alternative MISS EFFIE SAMS. Hunlsville -- Miss Effie Ada Sams, 94, of Route 2, Hindsville, died Sunday at her home. Born Jan. 29, 1880 at Wesley, she was the daughter of Columbus and Lucinda Harrell Sams and a member of the "Presbyterian Church. She is survived by a sister, Miss Mamie Sams of Hindsville. Funeral services cation for Nixon as «.. imeachment.- Ford said he still believes the facts do not warrant impeachment. --Time Magazine said in this week's issue that only one minute was needed lo change a reel of tape that recorded a presidential conversation in which a more than five-minute gap lias been discovered. Newsweek said that Nixon is using a Sony recorder with an erasure mechanism rendered inoperative by the Secret Service to monitor 34 tapes to be turned over to U.S. District Judge Ark Best Corp ... Amer Tel Tel Ark La Gas Baldwin ·:· Campbell Soup 42% 18V4 27% Central S W ........... 1 Chrysler ............... ..' l'i% be at j 0 hn J. Sirica. 2 p.m. Tuesday at the People's Church with burial at the Baptist Ford Cemetery under the direction of Moore's Chapel. MRS. MARIE WOOLDRIDGE Hunts ville -- Mrs. Marie Wooldridge of Rogersville, Mo. died Friday in Madison County Hospital. Born in Covington, Ky., she was the daughter of Adam · and Marguerite Beals Huffman. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Bcrnicc Pickering of Hunlsville; a sister, Mrs. C. W. Davis of Dallas, grandchildren and grandchildren. ' Tex.; two five 'great-Tourist Family Escapes Injury In Trailer Home Fire SPRINGDALE -- 'A woman and her three children escaped injury, early this morning when burning candles started a fire that destroyed their mobile home on Benton County 76, one mile north of Wagon Wheel Hoad. Betty Lawrence, mother of the youngsters, told firemen the candles were used-for lighting. According to (ire departments reports, Mrs. Lawrence and two children were, asleep while the third child, a daughter, was in the bathroom. The mother awoke at about 1:15 a.m. and smelled smoke. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE O'.IE) dered' Sunday along the dusty road to the town. A busload of women passed by us from permitted to go home and col- cct food and clothes. "We are letting all the women. ;get. ;what.-lhey please," a 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the --Sen. First Baptist Church in Hinds- called on ville with burial in the Hindsville Cemetery, under the direction of Brashears Funeral Home. CLIFFORD LUTTRELL its cour se. Rogers -- Clifford DeWitt Lultrell, 62, of Rogers died Sunday at the -Rogers Memorial Hospital. Born Aug. 22. 1911 in Hammon, Okla., he was the son of William and Hattie Luttrell, a retired rancher, a veteran of World War II and a member of the St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Loretta Lultrell of the- home; two sisters, Mrs. Alta Arm- slroirg and Mrs. Verda Armstrong, both of Elk City, Okla. and four brothers, Garland of Rye, Colo., Kenneth, Orville, and Eaudouce, all of Pueblo, Colo. Rosary services will be at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Burns Funeral Chapel with mass in William Nixon to Del Monte 17% Dillards c 12W Easco A G Edwards Emerson Exxon Ford Frontier Air . 32% 76$ 44 5 . Gen Growth ........ ....... 14V4 Proxmire turn the presidency over to Ford while impeachment proceedings are under way. Proxmire also said it would be wrong for Nixon to resign before impeachment ran Gen Mtrs Gordon Jewelry lull Harv I-T-E Imperial J C Penney Levi Strauss Ling Temco Marcor ··· Pan Am World Air .. Phillips Petro Pizza Corp Cyprus (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) are participating in the talks af signatories to the 1960 treaty granting Cyprus independence [rom Britain and setting up the three as guarantors of its independence. Relations between Turkey and the United Nations are known to have deteriorated in the.past week, after Turkish insistence that U.N. troops withdraw from Turkish-controlled areas on sland. the Mediterranean to the center of where they were town, being St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church at 10 a.m. Wednesday and burial in the St. Vincent de Paul Cemetery. Turkish officer said; .hem no harm. Hollering wake up, for she everyone to hustled the We wish "We are not looting, but they .re stealing from us," he said. Most of the women were assembled crowded at the around, hotel. They sweating in children outside. The home was already filled with -smoke fumes, she said. Firemen believe the blaze -;Aiirea . literal y stood n a oa- u :-··"-"-·- "'" ,"·" \-teau of mankind's ·knowledge 5 ega £,^ £ e bedro °TM of he _ _ . i . i i . . _\ "-«(-,«. rip 110nf 01-. «jhn uac cHll 'mr-iL-n .-.when, they landed on-the moon. -Knowledge is a " speherical · balloon which each generation · blows up a little bigger. The ;-;moon flight inflated it a tre- ^·rnendus amount and that step ^is comparable to the time when ^·the one cell animal came out »-.o_f the sea to land. It was the '.first time that man escaped the Dearth's gravitational pull and the first time we escaped from ^Uerra tirma", he said. '*·· "You grew up with this and ^·take it for granted, your imagi- .'·Jnations are not stunted. But you ; u --'go on from there because some ·*.one else left you on a new pla- ii;teau 'and freed your imagi- § nations," he said. ', Cunningham predicts that in future man will be able to Ja.Mgtife.who was still awake. 3wner 'of the mobile home was Russell Rogers of Route 3. Nationwide the 100-degree sun. They estimated ab out 600 adults and sev- eral'hundred children were at the hotel and complained about the lack of water and food. ' "But this is war," the Turkish officer protested. The only water source was a concrete drainage ditch through which water flowed swiftly, and some Greek women knelt beside it to wash clothes. Turkish soldiers poured drinking water for other women. , "We have as much as we can expect, 1 suppose," said Toulla Staridou, a pretty housewife. "But I want my husband back. I will'not leave 'til then." ·Her husband and other men apparently were taken to an open air detention camp in the plains outside Nicosia, U.N. personnel said. The new cease : 'ire agreement on; Cyprus calls for the release of such prison- TREA1ED WELL Other women at the h o t e l said they had been treated well. "We have been overcrowded," but the troops have MRS. MAUDIE GREEN Rogers -- Mrs. Maudie Sanders Green, '84, of Rome, Miss. died Sunday at Rogers Memor- al Hospital. . Born March 20, 1891 in Mississippi,:" she-' was"- ~a Baptist. .. . " Survivors are two sons, Thomas of Pea Ridge and Robert of Rogers; two daughters, Mrs. Irene Bigger of Tuscon, Ariz. and Mrs. Maude Lee Horwath of Trenton, N.J. ; two brothers, Tommy and Howard, both of McCool, Miss.; a sister, Miss Eunice Sanders of Ware, Miss.; 13 grandchildren and 17 great- . "We are h a v i n g difficulties with the freedom of movement of the United Nations forces in areas controlled by the Turkish armed. forces," Stajduhar sauf Sunday. There are 3.75ft U.N. soldiers on the island, but its functions have not been spelled out since the July 15 coup on Cyprus that deposed President Archbishop Makarios. and began the slide toward a Turkish invasion five days later. 43V4 ... 7% .'.' 12V4 '.'. 1614 '.'.'.. 24 ... 3V's .. 45% ... 9% Pizza Hut Ralston .. v ..v 36% Safeway 35 Scars 13 h. Scott Paper ··· 64% Shakespeare 4% Sou Pac 29% Texaco '..·.- 29% Tri State Mtrs Union Carbide 40Y4 United Air 24'/» Victor GTM Wai Mart 19% Ark West Gas l.W8-% Kearney Natl 5H-5% Minute Man 2V4-2V2 Pioneer Foods 4%-5'/i H K Porter 3HS-32% Std Regis 13V.-14 Tyson Foods 7%-8ya Yellow Frt 42-42% Averages Inds down 2.80 Trans down .16 Utils up .16 Volume 2 mil 170 Commodity Openings Sept corn "3.63 Nov soybeans 8.30 Sept eggs 51.00 Aug pork bellies 53.75 Stolen Pickup Injures Man In Freak Accident Gary Kilpatrick, 20 of 5 N. Gregg Ave. suffered minor injuries in a freak aciclent early Saturday morning, caused when a stolen pickup was left out of gear at the top of a hill allowing it to roll into the car i n " which Kilpatrick was a passenger. Kilpatrick was treated anc r e l e a s e d at' Washington Regional Medical Center. Fayetteville police said the pickup owned by Jim Reese of 1421 Sang Ave. was reported stolen at 12:45 a.m., about 20 minutes after the accident occurred on An son Street near the intersection of Ruth Avenue. Hiram Sutton also of 1421 Sang Ave. told · police he had borrowed the pickup from Reese and that it had been stolen while parked on Rollslon Avenue just off Dickson Street. Police said the pickup was probably left at the top of the hill and out of gear. The pickup rolled into a car driven by Linda C. Rankin, 16, of Roule 5 which was parked along the street. After striking the car 10% it continued on down the nil coming to rest against a large tree. Senate Leader Asks Resignation WASHINGTON 'CAP) -- Sen. Robert P. Griffin, the assistant Senate Republican leader, .oday called on President Nixon ;o. resign, to resignm "We're arrived at a point /here both the nation and his wn interests will best be served by resignation," Griffin said. Before entering a committee meeting in the Capitol, Griffin read from a hand-written statement and declined to answer all questions. Fire Extinguished SPRINGDALE -- A stove fire t the Antonia Albert! home on Hehryelta Street Sunday was xlinguished shortly after fire- Tien arrived. Fire Chief Mickey Jackson said a short '. In the electric stove caused the blaze. Damage to the appliance was ·ninor. grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Callison Chapel at Rogers with burial in the Benton' County Memorial Park Cemetery. Chairs Stolen SPRINGDALE -- Two cap tain chairs were stolen from the front parch of the.Jerry Lewis home, 509 Dyer St., Saturday night or early Sunday. The chairs were valued at $30. Tractor Stolen SPRINGDALE - A green 1973 White Freighlliner tracto and trailer were stolen from th Razortaack Farms lot on Sch meding Lane late Sunday. Police said the keys were lef in the ignition of the unloeke vehicle. The truck owned b Razorhack Farms was pullin an empty, open top, 38 foot loir trailer." ADVERTISEMENT -- FALSETEETH MOM Biting Power ljSSSMSSf.82 ft tMs: I) Eeljis hold uppers and low. era longer, firmer, steadier. Z) Hold* mem more comfortably. 81 Helng Powder. Denturea that lit aro «3entjaHo health. See your dcnHa? A GREAT WAY TO GO! Stimulating exercise, economical transportation or just plain fun . . . you can't beat cycling. Proof of its popularity, there were more bicycles sold than automobiles during the past year! And the demand goes on. The people who still want a bik« are reading the Classified columns of the NORTHWEST ARKANSAS .TIMES every day ... looking for a used model for sale. How about you? If you have a hike you no longer ride, wouldn't you like to exchange it for cash? A low-cost ad in THE NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES is the way to go to find a cash buyer! KCHWINN women's lm speed blende, Six months olil. $75. Tricycle, J5. Girl's bicycle, almost new, WO. FayetteTirjo CIVITAN CLUB BaJ]dera rf Good Cttliemhlp" School for Retarded Children .f.exceed the speed of light anc. ^-.said that one of the problems ,,,,,,^facing the future is the solution "! g '"e more ·vof the energy problem. "Energy of negotiations (CONTINUED FROM PAGE-ONE) panics across the country could be struck individually. In addition to pay increases, the union chief said the offer provides full protection aginst inflation, the "largest improvement ever made" in pensions, .a...company-paid dental plan arid more than $100 'million in local money for resolving what he called inequities in job classifications. A major stumbling block dur- ··iiuse in the world will increase, will not cut back and we two been the issue of union security and Watts said the new contract offered t - *.*ut» ,«JH 11U. l^llt, utVl^li U1!U WU 1 ( 1- 1 - £have to find solutions to that substantial improvement. Mnsatiable appetite. It will take!. Specific details of the con- 5Q to 75 years to solve that 5r act ' Deluding a breakdown of £but we need to solve the probe P r °R?? e( i. P a y .increases, lem of fossil fuels in the next Aten or 15 years," he said. ',.; ON WOMEN'S LIB Sj Cunningham is not a ready %ally -' t-Iike of women's lib. "Women everyone should have an ^-opportunity to be fulfilled ami r^they are coming along in (he J.sciences, but putting women in ·jspace just to say we have a ;.»woman in space is one of the C J Onosl assinine things I can think t-of," he responded in answer to · *a question of on women's role the space program. were withheld pending pletion of local contracts. Telephone workers currently earn a maximum of $166.50 for operators anc! up to $260 weekly for craftsmen. , not harmed us. In fact, they have been .nice," said Maroula Antoniou, a government worker from Nicosia. Also with the refugees, but living in a separale house, was an American, citizen, Helene Kay from Los Angeles ,who was based in Kyrenia for the Wholesale Tours International Co. when the war caught up with her. Mrs. Kay was concerned about her 19-year-old adopted Greek son, John, who was driven away with the other men. "I musf find him," she said. She. desorihed the looting of her house last Friday, after she had refused to join the rest of the population in the center of town. "They pushed me out, and then grabbed things, like a val- .u.able; 'watch, an "antique gun. They smashed .'a . picture of Archbishop Makarios on the wall arid one of me. But they eft untouched a framed por- .rail of John F. Kennedy." SOLOMON JOHNSON Solomon "Isaiah" (Zay) Johnson, 65, formerly of the Round Mountain community died Sunday at a Springdale rest home. Born April 7, 1909 at Round Mountain community, he was the son of Tom and Laura Smith Johnson, a -retired farmer and a member of the Nondenominational Church. Survivors are three brothers Dewey and Jim, both of Skia took, Okla. and .Don of B'ayette ville and two sisters, Mrs. Ola Duncan of Fayetteville anc Mrs. Margaret Ritter of Rain ier. Wash. Funeral services will be a 4 p.m. Tuesday 'at"the Roum Mountain Baptist C h u r c h ' w i t h burial at the Round Mountain Cemetery under the direction -o Moore's Chapel. Waterproofing Offers Results In Two Arrests SPRINGD ALE " ^. :; A : 17-year old youth and a. 24-year- old ma were arrested morning several after calls here Saturda police receive from! citizen fire Cause Unknown SPRINGDALE -- Cause of an early morning fire today that beneath a Wilson Cora- . ·^ Also in answer to a query ;-he said he felt that poverty programs which give money, but education simply a -.or holding not promote an give a job, are action. "I mined, Fire Chief Mickey Jackson said. The truck, loaded with empty chicken coops, was climbing a ml! on a dirt road off Mountain Avenue when the tractor rrg became hung up on a hump ·/.should be looking for solutions S'%ve ° fT ^" d ^S a "*TM- Jewelry Stolen SPRINGDALE -- A box of jewelry and five 'Avon collector bottles were stolen from the home of Goldie Gibbs, 1311 E. Caudle Ave.,- Sunday evening. Police said the east window was broken out to gain entry. A door glass was also broken. Nei'ghbor children were seen on the property just before the theft was discovered. about two men offering to' waterproof roofs.. j James Calcott, 17; of Siloam Springs and Charlie Moore, 24, of Danville, 111., were reportedly spraying roofs with a mixture of black paint and oil, then charging $60 for the 20- minute job that was supposed to waterproof -the roof. Police charged Galcott -'with violating the Green River ordinance and obtaining under false pretense. money Moore was charged with obtaining money under false pretense anc contributing to the delinquency of a minor. A 17-year-old runaway girl arrested in connection with the incident was released to her parents. · 213 N. Easl Art. FaretlerIHe, Ark, 77701 -' Published dally anfl sanda? except -"^ January 3, July 4, TJian!cs?iv!nir and . Christmas. clasi Postage Paid at Fayelteville, Artr. srrarBEn ASSOCTATED PHF.SS The Associated Press la entitled exclusively to the use for republiri- lion tA all local r.cws printed i n tats newspaper as well a j all AP newi dispatcher. suBSCimrnow RATES Effective October I, 19?J Home Delivery Per month by carrier _ -- J3.S5 8Entf« copy daily IDc, Sunday 3Sc U.S. Mall In Wfltfilnjlon, Benlon, JEadlson C«in- - lies, Art;,, Adalr no., Okfa.: 3 months . . 6 monUij --.1- 1YBAR City Box Secllon OulsMfl abova coufltfe*: A months -- --i-8 months 1 TEAR -- _. I 8.50 _ 1S.M _ 30.M ._ lO.W (9.50 moo 31.00 HI, MATT, SDBSCnrpTIONS ADVANCE Jacl "°n said the fire then spread to roadside grass. Royl Wittenhtirg, the truck driver,! said he did not know how the' blaze began. Damage to the truck's engine compartment was minor, Jackson said. Break-In Reported SPRINGDALE -- The soft drink vending machine at the Collins Laundry on East Emma Avenue was broken into for the third time in the past week, police said today. Time of the latest break-in is not known. According lo police reports, two locks on the machine's front door were cut off with a hack saw or pair of bolt cutters. Approximately $2 in change and several bottles of pop were taken. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! If you cannot reach yonr TIJIES carrier PHONE 442-6242 Dally 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 0:30 a.m. CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE BOARD AGENDA For Tuesday, August 6, 1974 -- 7:30 p.m. PUBLIC MEETING -- OPEN TO ALL INTERESTED CITIZENS ANIMAL CONTROL ORDINANCE An ordinance adopting a more comprehensive set of animal control regulations. IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT A resolution authorizing street improvement cost estimates for Mally Maghon Road. WATER SEWER BUDGET Approval ' of the 1974-1075 Water Sewer Department Budget. LARGE SCALE DEVELOPMENT An ordinance approving the Large Scale Development plan of James Freeman, for property located at Norlh College Avenue and Longview Street. SPECIAL ELECTION A proclamation'by the Mayor concerning the dale for a spe cial election for positions on the Board of Directors. GAS CODE CHANGES An ordinance amending thi City Code by adopting the 197 edition of the Southern Standan Gas Code. FAA AGREEMENT A license agreement with th FAA for a shop and storag building at Drake Field. CITY LIBRARY A request f o r an additiona $2,200 for an extra staff salar at the City Library. PURCHASING ITEMS Did No. 263 for concrete con struction work: Writlen Quota lion No. '266 for steel bridg railing. PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE JVel DIRECTORSOF FUNERAL SERVICE Phone 521-5000 For Peace Of Mind Investing now in a pre-paid funeral program is investing in your family's future peace of mind. Let us assist you in selecting a plan to suit your individual needs. n 18 word ad like this one is nly $6.84 on our 7 day rate. If should sell your item, just all in before 4:00 to have your d remtved from the next edi- on and we will charge only for ie days it actually ran. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS 442-6242 NO HAPPY HELLO... ... is evar quite equal to the warm weicam* extended to newcomers by the Welcomt Wagon Hostess. Her smile may ba no brighter, her greeting no more cheerful, but she's made the welcome moreaworkofartthart a mere greeting . . . complete with a galaxy o! gifts and helpful Information on schools, churches, shops and community facilities. So when a new neighbor moves In, follow up your happy hello with a Welcome Wagon greeting. A Hostess awaits yourcall at Phone 443-5438 or 442-8111 WELCOME NEWCOMERS! Use tht* coupon (B Itt us know you'ra her*. Name AddrtM Cily I 1 Pleit* Htvt in* W«lcom« Wagon Hoitefi call on me. 1 1 1 would like (o sLbicribt to the N.;V. Ark. TIKES ( I I already iUQicr!b« lo the TIMES. rill out the coupon and mall to TIMES. Box D, Fayetteville, Are. GENERAL REVENUE ·SHARING ACTUAL USE REPORT General Revenue Sharing provides federal funds directly, to local anc] state governmenls. Your government must publish this report advising you how these funds have been used or obligated during the year from July 1, 1973. thru June 30, 1974. This is to inform you of your government's priorities and to encourage your participation in.decisions on how fulure funds should be spent. ACTUAL EXPENDITURES CATEGORIES (A) 1 PUBUCSAFSTY 2 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 3 PUBLIC · TRANSPORTATION S RECREATION 7 SOCIAL SERVICES FOR AGED OR POOR 8 FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION MULTIPURPOSEAND GENERAL GOVT. 10 EDUCATION I j" SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT 12 HOUSING COMMUNITY OEVELOPMEK 13 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 14 OTHERISfUCifV) CAPITAL IB) 17,751 13,802 S 365.491 132.725, $ $ 138,881 OPERATING/ MAINTENANCE ICI 7,595 $ . 37,676 67.948 18,178 $. 12.539 THEGOVERNMENTOF HFlSHINQTCiK COUNT V · has received General. Revenue Sharing payments . totaling 09 O O ^ CO, 31 o. in o 0 _ _ during the period -from Jp!y 1. 1973; thm June 30, 1974. VACCOUNTNO, 04 -1 072 072 WflSHlNGTOH COUNTY COUNTV JUDGE. fiRK 72701 668.650 143.936 VlDI TRUST FUND REPORT (11 BellncenolJun.30.1973 $427,297 Ul Revenue £herina Fund! Received from AQ^ A^l July 1,1373 Ihroujh June 30. 1974. .$ 2££i2£±_ (31 htere.tC.rnK) -.S 42»96fJ (4) Tolel Fu«J«AviiUble _. «jl»165«-68| (SI Tom AmountEipended ^.812,586 lf/ thit 1 xn Ih, ChWI Ei«ullvi Offiur and «ntW«m«nt fund* rtpontd h««on, I e*rtify thtt th«y (81 BMinct H of Junt 30,1974 » 353,102 (FVTht ntwfl irwKl htvt bttn tdvUtd thai · compltl* copy of tffo report his bfin puttitlwo 1 In · loeri ntwlpip«r of gsr.trM ckculition. I h«vt ncofdi documenting the content of lhi» report ·nd they.lri optn for public ecrutiny t

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