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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Won., Aug. 19, 1974 FAYCTTEVIL1.E. ARKANSAS Ford (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONI) he would sign a veterans bill that would provide a 23 per cent increase in monthly payments for veterans attending school under the GI bill. The measure'has been approved by Senate-House conferees and was expected to pass both nouses this week. Ford's comments here, Indicated, however, that he is still looking for some anti-inflationary measures -- . huge defense budget as well. Ford said Iloudebush, his newly named VA adminitralor, a former VFW commander In chief, now deputy VA administrator, is "a man who gets things done." lioudehush will succeed Donald Johnson. Recent criticism ot the Nixon administration and Johnson's handling of veterans affairs has included problems over computer breakdowns in sending out VA checks. cuts in veterans' and perhaps in the nmmninnnuinmn Obituary ·inuMiiJMiira*^^ Local Attorney Dies Sunday James R. Hale, 60, long-time Fayetteville attorney, died in a local hospital Sunday. He was born Aug. 22, 1913 in Prairie Grove, the son of John and Mary Elizabeth Farmer Hale, and was graduated from the University of Arkansas School of Law in 1939. He was a Catholic and a member of the Washington County and Arkansas Bar Associations'. He was a veteran ot World War II. He is survived by the widow, Mrs. Jean Ann Kimberling Hale of the home; two sons, J Joseph of Houston. Tex., a n d John C. of San Antonio, Tex.; one daughter, Mrs. Virginia Ellen Hale of Springdale: two Coal merly of Hiwasse, died Friday n a Wichita hospital. Born Oct. 11, 1898 in Mossville, he was a butcher for a wholesale meat packing company and a Mason. He is survived by the widow, Mrs. Daisy Watson .Edgmon of :he home; three daughters, Mrs. Carrie Boling of Hiwasse, Mrs. Maxine Caney of Wichita Kan., and Mrs. Eddie Lee Bailey of Chinle, Ariz.; six sons Ronald and Harvey of Gravette Franklin of . Loveland, Colo. Berlin and Sidney of Wichita and Vester of Sterling, Va.; five brothers, Phillip of Green For est and Ed, Jess, Ell and Virgi of Mossville; two sisters, Mrs Mattie Harrison of Hot Springs, and Mrs. Lillian Harrison .of Smackover; 28 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 10 Springdale Youths Arrested For Break-In Two Springdale youths, 16 and 17, were arrested by Fay- ctteville police Sunday afternoon after witnesses reported them entering a house. Patrolmen David Preston said police were notified of the break-in, at 4:20 p.m. at a house occupied by Mrs. Billy Head, 202 W. Meadow St. Preston said that two wit nesses chased the youths for a short distance before police apprehended them near the Church Avenue. Police said that two rifles anc small caliber pistol were " ' the thi sant Tuesday Church at Mount Plea- Hiwasse with burial in Mount Pleasant Ceme At Son's Bar Mitzvah '^Secretary of State Henry Kis- J*singer Is pictured Sunday ut ·rWallham, Mass, with Ills son, ·;-David, 13, following a b a r ·\mitzvah for David at t h e Berlin Chapel ot Brandeis University. David is the son of Kissinger and his former wife, Mrs. Saul Cohen. (AP \Vlrcphoio) Alphabet Bomber Claims Credit For Third Explosion (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) period, - electric utilities had a 32-day supply. The · Tennessee Valley Authority, which gets two-thirds of its coal from UMW mines, reported last week that some of its generating stations were down to little as 12 days of coal. The stoppage will idle some 120,000 UMW members and close an estimated 1,200 underground and surface mines in about a dozen states. It will cost the nation about nine million tons of coal, according to estimates by the Bituminous Coal Operators' Assoiation, the industry group that negotiates with the UMW, and will cost miners $25 million in losl brothers, William C. of Merced,'tery under direction of Burns Calif., and Floyd of Snellmg, n orne of Bentonville. Calif.; three sisters, Mrs. Ethel Cox of Booneville, Mrs. Fannie Mae Gliddcn of Merced and Mrs. Ann Ditullio of Los Angeles, Calif.; two step-sons, Kenneth W. Parker of the U.S. Navy in San Diego. Calif., and wages. A side issue--but easily the Bruce Parker of the home; two step-daughters. Mrs. Nancy Sue Parker of Fayetteville and Fre- desse Parker of the home and one grandchild. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home with burial in Fairview Memorial Gardens. · LINDA Springdale NELSON Mrs. Linda Lei- ;·..'- LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A , mysterious "alphabet bomber" ;'who has terrorized this city with threats of violence has v claimed responsibility for a ·'weekend chemical explosion '-tbat leveled a city block in a /'downtown industrial section. Authorities had said earlier evangelist Frederick Eikeren- koetter, better known as Reverend Ike. No bombs were found. "A lot of people feel they recognize the voice or know somebody similar who may have some reason to do something like that," said Sgt. Dwight Stewart of the Los Angeles po- that the massive explosion 'lice department's criminal cori- . Which destroyed a warehouse ! spiracy division, and burned several buildings' "Most of the calls are on Saturday night was not caused . voice recognition after listening by a bomb but by a chemical i to a tape from the man on the ignition. inews." ·vThe search continued for the! Rasim vowed to "write our bomber. A thousand extra po- name in blood" and said "A" most, volatile one--is a firm UMW drive to establish a union beachhead in eastern Kentucky with a strike against the Brookside Mining Co.. a subsidiary of the Duke Power Co. Negotiations for a cbntracl there are deadlocked and the year-long strike has beer marked by sporadic violence. lice assigned to the case have received more than 200 calls on the identity of Isaac Rasim, the rloreign-accented man who now ! claims responsibility for plan- was for airport and "L" was for locker and lite. The letter "1" presumably was due for the third explosion. In three tapes delivered to ling at least three bombs in the radio stations, asimRditsshaia ^ Los Angeles area, including the "fatal Aug. 5 airport blast.that ."k'illed three persons and injured 35 others. - Rasim and his previously un- · known group, "Aliens of Amer- ;ica," told the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner in a telephone ; call Sunday that his group was responsible for a chemical blast Saturday in the parking lot of "the Interamerican Star Truck- 'ing and Warehouse Corp. The ^caller identifying himself as ·Rasim has frequently contacted 1 the Herald-Examiner to make · pronouncements on his siege of .,terror -V "Our investigators are looking into" Rasim's contention,) radio stations, Hasim has said iis group would explode more bombs, i n c l u d i n g Capitol :iill in Washington, unless all mmigration laws are repealed, and unless two retired Los Angeles police officers are arrested for murder in the 1970 mistake slayings of two Mexican nationals. Rasim's nationality so far has escaped detection. Language experts in Washington who have studied the tapes believe Rasim's accent is Hungarian, Estonian or Lithuanian. Only 6,000 of an expected 20,000 persons showed up at the rally for Reverend Ike. And the Walts Summer Festival Con- bold Nelson, 82, of Little Rock, a former resident of Springdale, died Sunday at a Little Rock hospital. Born Dec. 17, 1891 al Ulm, Minn., the daughter of Peter F. and Amana Dretolder Leibotd, she was a former member of the First United Methodist Church of Springdale a member of the Civic Club the Garden Club, the Grey ^adies and the American Red Cross. Survivors are two sons, Leroy Sock and Robert L. of Tampa Fla.; a brother, George LeiboL of Chickopee Falls, Minn.; six grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Graveside services and buria will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday a Bluff Cemetery. News Briefs Items Missing Bernice Willbanks of Route 7 told Fayetteville police Sunday that several items were taken from during her the home sometime past two months while she was out of town. The items included a tape recorder, electric razor, painting easel, incense burner and other items. Total value is estimated at $125. TRICIA MASHBURN Tricia Mashburn, daughter o Mike and Martha Jane Kern Mashburn died at birth Augus 17 in a local hospital. She is survived in additio to her parents of Fayetlevill by the paternal grandparents Dr. and Mrs. James Mashbur and the maternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kemp, a of Fayetteville. Graveside services will be a.m. Tuesday at Fairvie 1 Memorial Gardens under th direction of Nelson's Funera Home. Guns Stolen Dean Adams of Elm Springs Road told sheriff's deputies that seven rifles, a .22 caliber pistol and some money were stolen From his home sometime Saturday. His dog was also killed. -Said Police Cmdr. Peter Hagan.iCert at the Los Angeles Coli- C-'j, The calm speaking caller, be-scum, ''lieved of eastern Mediterranean Stevie lieadlined by vocalist Wonder, attracted only 'extraction, told the newspaper: about 3,000 persons. It drew i^'Last night's work at 7th and around 75,000 persons last year. -"Mateo is the delinquent left-1 ;i$vers ot our activities one week ·tago. Our promise to keep (in- ,"^udible) clear of friends is in ·5«ffect. And we want some pub- X-lic reaction on behalf of public ^representatives in order not to I.Jshorten those few days." S;S Rasim has been nicknamed ^fhe alphabet bomber because of ^vhis claims that he. set off ex- P^plosives connected with the let- of his group's name. He (CONTINUED FHOM PAGE ONE) naea road and headed south- Turkish forces appeared indicated his next target , Should have some connnection j-'f.with the letter "I." the third C;=letter in his organization's ·"Jhame. "I" appears in Inler- -J^rnerican Star Trucking Co. ^ The firm is located only ^blocks from the Greyhound bus ^.depot where Friday night's "^bornb was planted. ·J* Hoax calls on Sunday forced »lhe closing of the Delta, Hughes ;and Pacific South West Air- .-\vays terminals at Los Angeles ^-International Airport, as well -jfis the downtown Greyhound ;.bus depot and the Shrine Audi- *3orium. But no explosives were ··* The beefed-up police force oi t-l.fiOO officeds searched severa Bother locations, including the ..AVatts Summer Festival parade ;7route and a rally for New York Turks Wallet Stolen A wallet containing $125, credit cards and identification, was stolen from a car owned by Dr.' Bernard Jones ot Little Rock Saturday night. Jones said the car was parked at 700 N. Garland Ave. when the theft occurred. Fayetteville police said the car had a burgler alarm sys- west. The ,o he heading both for the large Turkish town of Louroujina, four miles away, and the large Greek Cypriot tows of Dahali, four miles northwest of Lou- roujina and only a mile from If the Turks cut that highway, the capital's only access to the rest of the island would be by a single-lane dirt road leading south over the Troodos mountains. Reports that the Turks were encircling Nicosia touched off a second panicky flight from the city on Sunday by the Greek Cypriots. But after the government repeatedly broadcast denials and a late-night appeal by President Glafcos derides, the people began to return again today. tem, but that it was not vated at the time. acti- MRS. LENA LANGFORD Mrs. Lena H.. Langford, 64 of Fayetteville died Sunday i a local hospital. She was bo: June 19, 1910 In Fayettevill the daughter of Wylie B. an Mollie Perry Henry and wa member of the Free W Baptist Church. She is survived by a daug ler, Mrs. Thelma Flowerday San Francisco, Calif, and thri sisters, Miss Rose Henry Fayetteville, Mrs. Viola Rie of Farmington and Mrs. Ma Ellen Gilliland of Boise, Idaho. Funeral service will be 1 p.m. Wednesday in the First Free Will Baptist Church in Fayetteville with burial in National Cemetery under the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. JACK PECK Jack B. Peck, 60, of Durham ommunity died Friday at a ayetteville hospital. B o r n eb. II, 1914 at Goodland, leaning against a wall of home, apparently where boys had left them when caugh by the witnesses. Entry to the home was gainei by breaking a window on th north side of the building. inn., he was the son of Iph and Nellie Bracken Peck, carpenter, a farmer and vet- ran of World War II. Survivors are two brothers, idney J. of Chicago, 111., and Iph G. of Holiday, Tenn.; two sters, Mre. Barbara Volker of ·oodland, Minn., and Marjorie [. Carlson of Bentonville a n d is mother of Durham. Funeral services will be at 2 .m. Tuesday at Brannon lountain Church with burial in he Brannon Mountain Cemetery nder the direction of Moore's Chapel. Auto Burns SPRINGDALE -- An ol automobile that had bee junked at A and T Salvag caught fire Saturday afternoon Cause of the minor fire whic burned the car's upholstery not known, but firemen spec late it began when someon tossed or left a lit cigarette i the car. The vehicle's salvag value was not lowered by th fire. Funerals TV Sets Stolen SPRINGDALE -- Two telev sion sets were stolen from Tr der Jim's at 307 W. Emma Av nue Saturday night or ear Sunday. A picture tube another set at Trader Ji's w also broken. Police found n signs of forced entry ai believe entry was gain' through a rear door that d not lock tightly. ' NEW YORK STOCKS I VKSKW.T A. O. Uwartfi a, SM rk Best Corp 7% Tel 42V* mer Tel rk La Gas aldwin 'Ift ampbell Soup 26% entral S W 12% hrysler 14 el Monte 18'/i Mllards M* Jasco 9V« L G Edwards "I imerson · 29 ixxon 70V4 'ord 4 " 'rentier Air 4Js (en Growth 14 s /' Gen Mtrs 40% Gordon Jewelry In r»tl Harv · 21% -T-E Imperial 12» C Penney · 56 ,cvi Strauss 2Z1a Jng Temco *" Vlarcor · 2 " « Pan Am World Air Fire Damage Reported S P R I N G D A L E -- "Poor housekeeping" was listed as the cause of a .. small fire at George's Feed Mill on Hwy. 68 cast Saturday morning. According to fire department reports, wet com had collected around the power' l i n e s ' a t their entrance to the .building, causing the wires to arc and burn. Da-mage was minor. Tape Player Stolen SPRINGDALE -- A tape player was stolen from Donald Smith's car Saturday night while it was parked at the Springdale Bowl on Hwy. ; 71 south. , · Two youngsters entered Jh» bowling alley and told Smith, of 607 Thomas Blvd., that a strange man was sitting in Smith's car. Smith investigated and found the tape player missing. . hillips Petro J izza Corp Pizza Hut lalston Safeway Sears Scott Paper Shakespeare Sou Pac '·· Texaco Tri State Mlrs Union Carbide United Air Victor Wai Mart Ark West Gas ....'... Kearney Natl Minute Man Pioneer Foods H K Porter Std Reg : Tyson Foods Yellow Frt Averages Inds Trans 43% 9% 17% 34% 34'A .. 64 13 '/4 5EJ8 ' 29!4 24% . 9% .. 42 . 27% .. 13-13% 5%-6% , 3Z-J1 « -35V4-3 odwn 8.21 rans ............... down 1.20 mil, ........... down .11) Volume' ............. -2.920.000 Commodity Openings Sept corn ................ 3.70 Nov soybeans ............ -°° Sept eggs . ........ ....... 55 5 " People Helping People. Directors of «nk . Funeral Service ig-f Services: MAHSBURN, infant Triclii -Daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Mike Mashburn. Graveside services 5:00 a.m. Tuesday, Fairview Memorial Gardens. Father Edward Salmon officiating. LAHCFORD, Mn. Lrna H. -Wednesday, UOO p.m. First Free Will Baptist Church. Kev. James Spears officiating. Interment, National Cemetery. MCALLISTER, Edgar -- Wed. nesday. 10:00 a.m. Chapel ot K ebon's Funeral Home. Rev. Steve Crawford officiating, interment. Fairview Memorial Gardens'. HALE, James R. -- Tuesday 2:00 p.m. Chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home. Interment, Fairview Memorial Gardens. Damage Reported James A. Brewer of Watts, Okla., -told Fayetteville police Sunday that a rock was thrown through the rear window of his pickup truck Sunday afternoon while it was parked at the Northwest Arkansas Plaza. License Stolen Mrs. Norvil Jensen of 921 Berry St. told sheriff's deputies Sunday that the license plate from her car was stolen sometime since Thursday. The num- her on the plale is AFO-719. niiiiiiinlDinnnni Funeral services were held at :30 p.m. today for Mrs. Mae 'iebenga at the First United ·resbyterian Church of Spring;ale with burial in the Bluff Cemetery. Oxford Announces Scholarships Scholarships totaling $9,000 have been presented to 21 University of Arkansas students, according to Dr. Charles Oxford, interim president. The largest contribution was from the- Dorothy Snider Foun- which awarded grants totaling dation of Memphis, Tenn., $5.800 to 11 students, Dr. Oxford said. Area students winning the scholarships are Kenneth Elton ·ausey, Randall Johnson and Felix D. Taylor all of Fayetteville. Four Hot Springs students lave been awarded scholarships of $300 each by the Westminster Presbyterian Church of Hot Springs. Among other scholarships awarded were: A Royal Neighbors of Ameri-| ca Society scholarship for $500 to Leonard Dale Pickett of Springdale. from the Colorado Lodges of the Society. A $200 contribution from the Van Buren High School to Tommy Ray McMurray of Van, Buren. i A $150 scholarship to Kerry George of Fayetteville from igma Conclave of Kappa appa Iota sorority of Fayetteville. Theft Reported Gary Hestand of 413 E. Maple St. told Fayetteville police today that a 12 gauge shotgun and a 7.65 millimeter rifle were taken from his home over the weekend. Police said entry to the home was gained through a bedroom window. MRS. ZEN A MOSES Huntsville -- Mrs. Zena Mahala Moses, 83, of Huntsville died Sunday in a Huntsville nursing home. She was born Aug. 10, 1891 in Huntsville, the daughter of the Rev. J. G. and Julia Cannafax Wilson and was a member of the Huntsville Free Will Baptist Church. She is survived by a, son, Arvil of Fullerton, Calif.; a daughter, Mrs. Edna Button of Portland, Ore.; two sisters, Mrs. Zora Phillips of Huntsville and Mrs. Nora Hallams also of Fullerton; seven grandchildren 21 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday in the chapel of Brashears Funeral Home with burial in Hunlsville Cemetery. til S. Eart ATf. Fajellerille, Aitr. 7H01 Pnb'lshed daily and Sunday except January 1, Jul? 4. Tiianfcszivlng anfl Eecor.d CTd?s Postage Paid at Fayetteville, Ark. Local Man Injured SPRINGDALE -- A 20-year- ihl Fayetteville man was inured in an industrial accident Saturday morning at Moore, ne. on Old Missouri Road. Robert A. Hicks. 311 Sutton, ? ayelteville, is in good condi- Jon today at Washington Regional Medical Center. Hic^s caught his fingers in a press, according to Fire Chief Mickey lackson. MEMBER ASSOCIATED ritKSS The Associated Press ts «r.litiel exclusively to the use [or republlea- t:on ot all local rews printed In thlf newspaper as well as an AP news scBscmrnox RATES October I, 1373 Per month by carrier -- S3.25 Sn2Ie copy daily IOC. Sunday Sc U.S. Mall In Washington, Benton, Madison Own- Vtt. Ark., Adair O., Okta.: t month] 6 months 1 YEAR City Box Section . Ifl.OO 30.00 1 Outride shore eounf'es: ·V S months --i » 5 M -..· S monthl 1S.OO ; ' . ; ' 1 YEAR 34.00 !' ui, MATT/ sunscnirnoNS *".'; MTABLE IN ADVANCE Mailbox Vandalized S P R I N G D A L E -- David iawood of 2001 Pin Oak Dr. reported his mailbox was run ver by a vehicle early today. Damage to the box mounted on a metal pipe was estimated at $40. Window Broken SPRINGDALE-- A rock wa. ihrown through the right front window of a car Sunday, police said today. Edith Douthit, 13A Applegate, said the vehicle was parked in front of her residence when the incident occurred Damage was estimated at $40 MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! If you cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONE 41Z-S242 Daily 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday 3 to 6 p.m, · Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. LEITHER EDGMON Bentonville -- Leither Edgmon, 75, of Wichita, Kan., for- Purse Stolen SPRINGDALE -- A purse was stoeln from the automobile of Carol Rayrno, Route 5, Sunday. Miss Raymo told tpolice the purse may have been taken from the unlocked car by a passenger she had driven around earlier that day. Doesn't Know BOSTON (AP) -- Former presidential lawyer James D. St. Clair says he does not know if he will represent Richard M. Nixon again. "The question hasn't come up," he said. Although he has had no con tact with Nixon since he resign' ed, St. Clair said in a copyright interview published Saturday by the Boston Herald-American that he sent Nixon a message when he completed his work at the White House last Wednesday. ADVERTISEMENT -New Many Wear FALSE TEETH With Little Worry Do fake teeth cmbamm Ton by eominf? loose when you eat. laatm, orWKAdentarenaheriTe cm leip. FASTEETHs rfvesdentraai a lon£ er, Craer, tteadler bold. Makes cat. ing more cay QyaUo. For more wenrity mnd camtortf use FASTBETH Den- tara Adhesive Powder. Dentarea tint fit ore enential to health. Sea CIVITAN CLUB Botl«eri at GooA School for Retarded Children illl![!lll[|lllll|[|]IOI!lllllllllI!III[iniil!III!Ilini|[IIII!l!l!III1ll]Illini!lllllilllIII!ll!l!li!lll!lllll]!ll!!l!!l!ll!ll]l!lini!ni!nill[[IIII CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE BOARD AGENDA For Tuesday, August 20, 1974 -- 7:30 p.m. PUBLIC MEETING -- OPEN TO ALL INTERESTED CITIZENS ANIMAL CONTROL ORDINANCE Further consideration of a more comprehensive set of animal control regulations. RATE INCREASF, A request by Warner Cable Company for an increase in the amount charged for television cable service. EVA AVENUE REPORT A report on the F.ya Avenue street improvement district cost assessments. REZONING Rezoning petition R74-11, for a 20.0-acre track located west of Highway 71B and immediately north of Villa Mobile Home Park; from Agricultural Zoning District to Medium Density Residential Zoning District. PLANNING AREA MAP An ordinance ammending Fayetteville's Planning Are; Map by realigning its houn daries to coincide with those o the Projected 40-year Growt! Area. LARGE SCALE DEVELOPMENTS A b i l i t i e s Unlimited, f o property located on the eas side of Happy Hollow Road an south of Eastgate Center; Northwest Shoppin_ Nationa Bank, for property located o the North side of Millsap Roa' and east of Front Street an Highway 71B; and James F Freeman, for property locatec at the southwest corner of Nortl College Avenue and Longvie\ Street. FARMER'S MARKET An ordinance authorizing am regulating the operaton ot , "Farmer's Market" in th downtown area of the City, OTHER BUSINESS PEOPLE HCLPtNG PEOPLE JVeUon ' DIRECTORS OF FUNERAL SERVICE Phone 521-5000 We Believe... . . . it's our responsibility to every family we serve to determine their individual needs and then to do everything possible to fulfill them. MEMBER THE ORDER OF THE GOLUEN RULE what will you do while the Kids ore In school? 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