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Northwest Arkania« TIMES, Thurs., Aufl. 15, 1?74 FAVITTEVILLI, AH KOMI AS Citizen One-A-Penny, Two-A-Penny Patty Taylor, 12, left, a n d Sandy Taylor, 10, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Taylor, Route 2, count some of the 1,000 pennies they h a v e saved over a year and a half period. The girls planned to cash their pennies in at a local bank to reap a bonus being paid for the coins because of a penny shortage. (TIMESphoto by Kay Gray) Mountainburg Man Killed MOUNTAINBURG -- A 64- year-old Mountainburg man was shot to death at his home early this morning. Jim Ridenhour, Route 2, was shot four times in the head with a .22 caliber rifle, according to Crawford County Sheriff Bil! Vickery. Listed in critical condition at Lions District Leadership Conference Set OZARK -- Ernest W.. Smith of Matlapoisett, Mass., a mem her of the Lion's International Board of Directors will he guest speaker for the District I leadership conference to be held Sunday at the Arkansas Vo Tech School in Ozark. -District governor Bill Parelte of Fayetteville is coordinator for the conference. Approximately 100 Lions from the district which encompasses 4! clubs in the northwest part pi the state, are expected to be in attendance. Smith, a director of the Mass aehusetts Lion Bye Research Corporation, has held all the major club offices in the Fair haven Lions Club atJiJattapoi sett and served as a. governor of his district. Pony Shows Set This Weekend .SPRINGDALE -- The Arkan sas Pony . o f - the America Club (POAC) will hold two PDA Shows Saturday and Sunday, a Parsons Stadium in Springdale According to Arkansas POA" President Frank Tarr c Rogers, POA entries from si slates will be competing in th two Class A Shows. The POA is a small, western type horse for youths and wa originated in 1954. The bree represents a happy medium the Quarterhorse and the Ara bian breeds in miniature wit Appaloosa coloring and charac teristics. At maturity the bree ranges from 46 to 54 inches i height. Spectators are welcome witness the competitions an the versatile Pony of lh Americas at no admissio charge. The shows slart wil halter classes in the mornin both days, with performanc classes following in the afternoon. parks Regional Medical Center Fort Smith is Ltoyl Wake- eld, 23, or Chester who, ac- ording lo witnesses, shot Hi-' enhour at about 6 a.m. Vickery said the witnesses, d e n t i f i e d a s Wakefield's other, Mrs. .Lore'.ta Wake- eld, 53, and his sister Brenda akefield, 17, who Kve1 in the ouse with Hidenhour, told im that Wakefield arrived at e home this morning ond shot idenhour and then attempted kill Mrs. Wakefield. Mrs. Wakefield hid in a closet nd "pretended to be dead" in rder to avoid being shot, Vic- ery said today.' Vickery said that after shoot g' Ridenhour and at'.emptinj i shoot his mother, Wakefiek len went out to the front yard nd shot himself once in the ead with the rifle. NEW YORK STOCKS Opening Price* Furnished oy A. C. Edwardt son Changs Stolen About $12 in change was reported taken from two coin operated machines at the Kwiki Car Wash, 1911 N. College Ave., Tuesday night or Wednesday morning. Fayelteville police said that a soft drink machine and a coin box in one of the wash stalls were pried open and the change removed. Ark Best Corp 7% Amer Tel Tel 42% Ark La Gas 18% Baldwin 7 s ! Campbell Soup 285j Central S W . . . 13'/ Chrysler,, 14'/i Del Monle; ....... -. 18'/ Dillards""'.": '.'. 12 Easco 9'/ A G Edwards ....E Emerson ixxon !"ord 3 4U frontier Air Gen Growth ,t. 14 7 / Gen Mtrs 41? ·ordon Jewelry Inll Harv I-T-E Imperial J C Penney ;. 57 1 Levi Slrauss 20- Ling Temco ..:.-£ 9- Marcor ^ Pan Am World Air Phillips Petro 43 ; Pizza Corp "' Pizza Hut Ralston 3 34? Safeway 34 : Scars 6" Scolt Paper 13V« Shakespeare ...· 5'A SouPac .-... 29'A Texaco 25 Tri Stale Mlrs 9 5 /i Union Carbide 42% United Air .- 26% Victor 16% Wai Mart 16% Ark West Gas IS'/s-lS'Ss Kearney Natl ,i5;6V4 Minute Man ,; 2/a-2% Pioneer Foods 4%-5'/4 f K Porter 32-33 M Regis :. 13M-14 Tyson Foods 6%-T/s Yellow Frt 41VM2 Averages nds ....T up 4.06 ans down .15 Utils down .26 /olume 2,900,000 Commodity Openings iept corn · -- - Jov soybeans 7.87« Jept eggs 52.4." Aug pork bellies 53.9 Dec wheat ·; 4.40 Cordes Ruled To Be 'Without Psychosis' (CONTINUED FKOM PAGE OMt) known to be present In the river and therefore not sampled a g a i n totals of 63 types of fish including smallmouth bass, spotted bass and largemouth bass. Five species of fish that had never been found before in the Illinois River were collected. "The Illinois River is fairly clean and unpolluted but it will be degraded if the sewage plant is put in," Kittle said, rebutting t h e planning commission's charge that the effluent would not lower the river's quality. Also addressing the Highlands Chapter Thursday night was David Strickland, of the Scenic Rivers Association from Musko- gce, Okla. Strickland said Eastern Oklahoma is very disturbed about the effects of the sewage treatment plant and increased development along the Illinois River. His group, which is part of the Illinois River Conservation Council formed this year, fought to stop a major land development planned along 5.6 miles of the river. A Florida company, Context Industries, joined with a local developer to form the Flint Ridge Development Co. Plans called for building-3,000 houses on 6,000 acres, , each house equipped w i t h , a septic tank. Only arterial roads through the development would have been paved. The group searched for a legal way to fight the development and found one in the federal interstate land sales acl that required developers lo file a property report with the federal government and obtain federal approval of the application before the sales transaction. U.S. District Ford Rejects 'Zero Growth' Environment Policy SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) -President Ford said today that "zero growth" environmental policies fly in the face of human nature and must be rejected In favor of reasonable compromises. The President said last winter's energy crisis demonstrated that the nation must mine and use more coal, drill for more oil on the ocean's continental shelf, develop oil shale resources and speed construction of nuclear power, plants. "There are some well-meaning people who see the environmental issue as an 'either, or 1 proposition," Ford said in a statement read at the Expo '74 world fair by Interior Secretary Rogers C.B. Morton. "They would make the environment the overriding consideration in all our activities, re- Officials of the Arkansas late Hospital have decided hat Dennis Cordes, V6, Spring ale, is "without psychosis." ordes is charged in Washing)n Circuit Court with posses- .ori with intent to deliver mphetamines. ad asked for His attorneys a delay of his Court Judge Luther Bohanbn'of Oklahoma City, Okla., earlier this month ruled to stop the land sales along the river unlil the Flint Eidge Development Company prepared an environmental impact statement and received federal approval of the project. Strickland said he assumes the decision will be appealed by the developers but he rial on the charge while Cordes vas undergoing psychiatric valuation. Cordes arid Bob Phillips, 24. Jso of Springdale, were charged after their arrest June 13 t the Northwest Arkansas 'laza in Fayetteville-during the ttempted buy of 150,000 am- hetamines. Both are also char :ed with delivery of controlled hospital's report ub stances. The state ;ays that Cordes is "not men- ally ill to a degree of legal rresponsibility at the time of he examination" and "probably vas not mentally ill at the time if the alleged offense." Cordes and Phillips are ex- lected to come to trial in late September or early October. Cordes is being returned to Washington County; Phillips is iree on bond. remains confident that the historic decision favoring environmental protection will be upheld. Following his .talk, Strickland showed a film about regional development i n Northwest Georgia's mountain country that concluded that regional guidelines must be used to assure satisfactory development of the area. Strickland said he thought the film related to the i n c r e a s i n g urbanization of Northwest Arkansas. gardless of the consequences, regardless of the sound, middle-ground alternatives thai might be worked out." Ford said although environmentalist's argue for zero growth' as the only course f o r world resource salvation, their goal was impossible because "man isn't built to vegetate 01 stagnate -- we like to progress we have ideas, we have hope and dreams of a better world and that better world include jobs and a better environ ment.... Ford said it was possible fo the nation to have both environ mental protection and economi expansion because of scientifi potential. He said his delerm nation to compromise when ci virpnmental and economic 1 pos lion's conflict "doesn't mean w are changing our unalterabl course to improve the environ ment. "It does mean stretching 01 the lime table in some cases. I does mean adjusting some o our long-range goals to accom odate the needs of the imme diate present. It does mea some trade-offs." Turks Comer Charged A charge of larceny b baileee was filed Wednesday i W a s h i n g t o n Circuit Cou against Jack Comer, 29, Tont town. Comer is accused of keepin two and as bailee f r o m Larry Tolbe of Springdale. Comer is being held in Was ington County jail on $2,5' bond. horses, a saddle, bridl blanket which obtaine Man Struck By Car Is Injured nmnniiiTMTM^^^ Obituary i«]iBiin«^ A 79-year-old Fayelteville an was hospitalized ' Wednes- ay afternoon after being ruck by a car as he was at- emptlng to cross Hwy. 71 north n foot. Edgar T. McAllister, 25 E. Lafayette St., is in ppor 0 n d i t i o n at Washington egional Medical Center. Fayctteville . police s a i d /IcAllister was hit by a car riven by Dwight Lee Garrelt, 6, of Jan's Trailer Park, pringdale. Garrett told police 'that he -as traveling north on Hwy. i, in the 3300 block, when the 1 an began walking across the treet. Garrelt said he swerved eft in an attempt to avoid itting McAllister, but that the man began walking faster and, i doing so, stayed in front of le car until he was struck. A witness who was following Barrett said he saw Garrett werve left, but was not. aware f a pedestrian until McAllister vas thrown into the air by the orce of the impact. Police say they have been nable to question McAllister !ue to his condition. KBERT SPYRES 1 Springdale--Ebcrt T h o m a s Spyres, 72, of Red B l u f f , Calif., died in a Red Bluff hospital this morning. Born in Springdale the son of Phillip and Hushie Parks Spyres, he was a retired lumberman and a Baptist. . He is survived by a sister, His. Oma Cook of Springdale. Funeral and burial will be in ed Bluff. SANDY JOE PRESTON Sandy Joe Preston, two-day Id son of Doyle and S h e r r y ate Preston died We due say in a local hospital. He Is survived, in addition to is parents of Fayetteville, by brother, Johnny of the home; is paternal grandmother, Mrs. 'esta Preston also, of Fayette- ille; maternal grandmother, .Irs. Kathleen Dudley of lorida; and maternal grand- ather, Joe Pate of Milton, Fla. Graveside services will be 10 a.m. Friday at Pense Cemetery nder the direction of Nelson's 'uneral Home. G. B. AMES The Rev. G. B. (Giggs) Ames 9, of Fayetteville, died Wed esday in a local hospital. Born Oct. 19, 1924 at Chidester, lh on of Guy C. and Lilly B Davis Ames, he was a Metlio dist. Water Project Still Lacks Signatures The proposed Rural Develop ment Association water distric which serve Center Township Harmon and the area southwes of Greenland has signed up approximately 90 per cent :he residents; according to John L Smith, chairman of the asso ciatitm. The engineering firm o McGoodwin, William Yales ias surveyed the territory am are making plans to proceei 'n obtaining contracts, Smit said today. Committee m e m b e r s wil begin efforts to secure the addi tional customers necessary t complete the project beginnin Monday, Smith said. He sai prospective customers wh have agreed to participate ar asked to deliver checks t committee members during th next week. Smith also said the Farmer Home Administration has mad a firm commitment of a loan but added, the loan is cond tional upon securing the add tional number of. prospectiv users. Winslow School To Offer Aid On Lunches WINSLOW -- Winslow schoo officials today announced pal cies governing free meals to children unable to pay the fu price of meals served under th National School Lunch Pri gram. . Dr. Elwayne Calloway, prii cipal, said the criteria has bee established to comply with th federal guidelines for eligibility Application forms will be sen home with students on the fir day of school. Additional copie are available at the principal office. The information, he sa' will be kept confidential at will be used only to de term in eligibility. Dr. Calloway also noted th, foster children may be eligib and the principal will revie each application. The poll also contains an outline f parents to appeal decisions. Tl complete policy may t reviewed at the school by an interested party. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. m m i c - D e l l Tilman Ames of e home; two sons. .Scott of alcigh, N. C. and S t e v e of ayelteville; · one · daughter, rs. Darla Kordsmeir of usselville; ono sislcr, Mrs. rma Velshoef of Magnolia; ne brother, The Rev. Guy mcs of Tulsa and two grand- nildren. Funeral service will be at 2 .m. Friday at the First United "ethodist Church at Morrilton ith'burial at 4 p.m. Friday the- Clarksville Cemetary. ocal arrangements were by lore's Chapel. ^_ HELP STAMP OUT STRANGERS None are quite to alone M the stranger In town, or the n awcomers to the neighborhood. Remember your (act move ...hawyau felt»»the marine van pulled away... how you more the n h al f wished yoVd never come? . ; Spare your new ndgbbpre feelings such as ffiese. Let theWelcomeWagonHoeteet bring greetings end gift* to make them feel at hone. Help stamp out sfrangeft. Call Welcome Wagon todey at · - , Phone 443-5438 or 442-8111 WELCOME NEWCOMERS! UM thii ceupon to let u know you'ra htl*. Name AddraM i City ( ) Pleas* have th« Wctunw Wagon Hostels cat! on m*. t ) I would like to mbjcrlbe to the N.W. Ark. TIMIS ( I 1 already nibttrlbe to lit* ' TIMES. Fill out the coupon and malt to ( TIMES, Box D, Fayrtt«v!llt, i Ark. i Youths Arrested For Burglary SPRINGDALE--Two t e e n- agers were arrested in connection with an early morning bur- glarly at the Sutherland Lumber Company shortly after police saw two males standing inside the Hwy. 71 lumber yard. Vernon Wheeler, 19, of Lowell and a 17-year-old Canoga Park, Calif., youth were taken into custody by Springdale police several minutes after the .burglar alarm sounded. The two were apprehended in a pick-up truck on Hwy.71 near the lum- (CONTOTOED FROM PAGE ONE) ents. So far only, families living outside the bases are being evacuated; 4,500 dependents housed on the bases a r e remaining. The families were allowed to !ake only one suitcase each One evacuee, Hazel McTier, arrived in Britain with only the clothes she was wearing--beach clothes. She said she was sun bathing on the Akrotiri base when the war alert was ordera and couldn't get back to her apartment in Limassol. her yard. Patrolman Founded 1SSO "~ 212 X. East A«. : ; FayetteTille, Art, 1Z~M Published dally and sanday except »January 1, July 4, Thanksgiving and * Christmas, ~ Second class Postage Paid at Fascllevillc, Aril. MKttBEH ASSOCIATED mKSS The Associated Press (j entitled exclusively to the use for republiea- flon of all local news printed In thij newspaper as ^ell as all AP nevra dispatches. ox RATES Effective October 1. 1973 FTome Delivery Per month by carrier 83.25 ttnjla copy dally lOc. Sunday 25! TJ.S. Mall In Washlnzton, Benton, Madison Counties, Ark., Adalr do., OSta.f S month! . 18.50 daunlfcs ----------'-- 16.00 1 YEAH -- 30.M dly BM Section _ *·« Oufslrie above coont'es: 3 months -- . ------ -i - t »·» e month! __ ---- W.» 1 YEAR. -- _.--_ -------- J»,00 i «Mrr, AYABtE IN ADVANCE Neighborhood Asks For New Stop Sign SPRTNGDALE--A request for replacement of a stop sign ai the intersection of Park Street and Caudle Avenue before the opening of school, has been re quested by members of the Eastside Community Improve ment Organization of ACORN. The request came from molh ers of school children livini east of the railroad tracks am south of Emma Avenue. The women indicated that fo the past four months they hav been trying lo have the sto sign returned since many chil ren living in the area have t cross the intersection on thei way to school. MISSED YOUR PAPER WE'RE SORRY! H yju cannot reach yonr TIMES carrier PHONE 4424242 Daily 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturaay 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. Ollen Slepp an- vered the alarm at 12:36 a.m. day and saw two figures in- de the lumber company's nee. The subjects began to un and he chased on foot. Then ne of the subjects headed in lother direclion, over a hill, hile heading in Ihat direction, :epp said he heard two doors am shut on a pick-up truck nd saw the taillights of the noving truck. He radioed information to ther patrol cars and police .opped a pickup truck of the ame description with two ales inside. After the arrest was made, olice searched the area and is covered a vending machine ad been tampered with. $112 Million (CONTtNtTED FROM PAGE ONE) brother Claude, 28, both; _. Nice, France, and both 'previously indicted as heroin smugglers; Albino Garro, iden- :ified as an Argentine citizen who gave his occupation as news reporteridaude Bre- teche. described as the operation's French courier; and Nadine Besset, said to be Maurice Schoch's girlfriend. HOLLYWOOD BOWL TO PLAY ANTHEM LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The . o u t h e r n California Sym- hony--Hollywood Bowl Associ- tion has decided to resume laying Ihe national anthem he- ore every concert, a reversal f a decision it made one day arlier. Exccuiive Director Ernest 'leischmann released a one- entence statement Wednesday ay ing, "The consensus of the joard of directors at its rneet- ng was to revert to its former practice of playing the National Anthem at the Hollywood Bowl." Overtime payments to the L.OS Angeles Philharmonic per- "ormers had reached $50,000 a year, a spokesman had said Tuesday in explaining the major reason why the anthem had been dispensed with. A spokesman said on Wednesday that performances of the anthem would resume in the gi ant outdoor concert hal tonight. Concerts are held a the Bowl about four times a week. S. Viet Veteran Burns Self To Death In Protest SAIGON, South Vietnam (AP) -- A one-legged war veteran and father of five children burned himself to death today in front of the National Assembly building. A police spokesman said the man, Phan Van Lua, 33, died in an anti-Communist protest. The police said he left behind a 100- page notebook containing numerous anti-Communist slogans and a letter felling his children to work hard in school. It was the second self-immolation of a South Vietnamese veteran in Saigon in five weeks. The government staged a propaganda campaign after the last burning, claiming the victim died for the cause of peace. Witnesses said Lua, who harl an artificial left leg, limped to the front of the assembly building in downtown Saigon, planted a walking stick with a South Vietnamese flag hanging from it, poured gasoline over himself nd set himself ablaze. 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Tire Slashed David Hose told Fayettevill police that someone cut a rea tire on a tractor parked at hi residence on Rosewood Driv Tuesday night or Wednesda morning, his left leg was ampu because of combat People Helping People Directors ef. Funeral S«rvle« Services: PRESTON, Sandy Jo* -- Inlant .son of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Prcslon. Graveside servlceJ, Friday. 10:00 a.m. at P£n*e Cemetery. S3.00 OFF WITH THIS COUPON BRAKE REUNE Dnnn type, 4 wheels · Install adjust brake linings, all 4 wheels. · Inspect master cyl., hoses. · Clean, inspect, repack front wheel bearings. · Includes Dalsuns, Toyolasf, VW's. If nasdeJ: wheel cyls. $10.00 ea., drumf turned $3.50 ea., front grease seals $5,25 pr., return springs $1 ea. OFFER ENDS AUG. 17, 1974 ENGINETUNE-UP Includes VW's, Toyotas, Dafsun · NEW Plugs, Points, Condenser. '3495 Any 6 cyl. 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