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Â· Northwest Arkanjaj TIMES, Friday, Aug. 23, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS NWARPC Hears Summary Of Capital Improvement Study SPRINGDALE - A capital improvement programming Â·' study was explained to executive members of the Northwest ; 'Arkansas Regional Planning Â· Commission Thursday night at t h e commission's regular meeting. Â· A quorum was not present Â· and business w a s not con- Â· ducted. ;..'Â· But NWARPC's director. Ken ; Riley, and assistant director, ^Larry - Wood, described tbe recently-completed study that ,. was released Thursday. The study was begun because Â· a bill before Congress contained 1 a provision that it must be done in order for cities to receive ' revenue sharing funds. A version of that bill ; signed into law by President -Â· Ford Thursday, Rlley said. ' Although the final bill did not government is wrapped up in The federal Department of Housing and Urban Development is expected to prepare guidelines on how to schedule capital improvements in the near future. Riley explained that capital improvements s t u d i e d b y NWARPC in Benlon and Washington County governments long-term or ments by the local government f o r public facilities. Â· Â· i Streets, sewers,.' wastewater treatment systems, water systems, and parks are examples of capital improvements. Programming a city's capital improvements shows where the needs are and plans where the money can be found to meet the needs, Riley said. "The future vitality of local city and county refer to major one-shot invcst- -' require cities to schedule a plan Â· for capital improvements, it . does recommend the idea. ABC Changes College Grid Coverage Plans NEW YORK (AP) -- The ABC television network is taking steps to give a new look to '. its coverage of National Collegiate Athletic Association football this fall. : First the network named : Keith Jackson to replace Chris 'Â·, Schenkel as the play-by-play "announcer. Schenkel has been : assigned to ABC's New York : studio to serve as anchor man for the college grid telecasts. - And this week ABC added a new touch to football coverage, appointing two college journalists to serve as feature reporters. The network apparently hopes to add a contemporary look at college football and campus life to the more traditional broadcasting features. Glimpses of campus life in the past were limited to cutaways of pretty coeds in the grandstands and brief taped campus tours shown during haftime. But with the hiring of Don Tollefson, 21, and Jim Lampley, 25, ABC Sport-s President Roone Arledge promises much more in the contemporary vein. Tollefson is a former editor in chief of the Stanford University school newspaper, while Lampiey served as sports director of the University ol North Carolina's Â· educational television network. rkansas. The second half jcommends courses of actions how to plan and finance ture capital improvements. Wood noted that assessed roperty values are important figuring a local government's ource of funds since taxes are gured on these assessments, n studying assessments, Wood aid it appears in the NWARPC rejections that Benton County ill surpass Washington County i assessed property value by 978. He said the value of real state is rapidly increasing here. He emphasized the im- ortance of governments tying ogetlier the various aspects of apital improvement projects om the first planning steps irough the budgeting and con- truction of facilities. , "Northwest Arkansas appears q be heading toward a finan- ial crisis," Wood said. He ex- lained this was due to limited evenue resources and inflation, continue, capital improvements, local 'governments will ave to re-look at how to prci- ide them for the public. Wood suggested that local overnments cooperating with ach other in joint projects might be a solution. Co-Operafive Reports Theft Fayetteville police Â· arrested ons man for investigation of grand larceny and are continuing to search for two other men in the theft of barbed wire from the Farm Service Co-o[jeratlve shortly after 7 p.m. Thursday. Dewey A. Patrick, 39, of 61; Skelton St. was arrested al Ben's Kitchen on South Schoo Avenue after two employes o the co-op observed three rnei: carrying off wire from a fen ced-in area behind the co-op building. jThe employes chased the men into area near a sales barn when one man fled in a rec pickup with a black stock rack djhe other two escaped on foot ^Â·Police located a pickup filling tge description at the restau rant and Patrick, who wa, identified by one of the co-op erpployes, was arrested. ^.Three rolls of barbed win were recovered by police in a c'reek back of the co-op. -'Items Recovered ;-;An assortment of tools, a wooden cross, six trophies, tw ca'ndle holders, a wall plaque a-;telephone, a cassette player t$o collection nlates and ; communion cup were recoverei By city police from the top floo of the Downtown Motor Lodg alter they received a tip fron an anonymous caller at 10:0 p'm. Thursday. ;.The caller told police wher the items were locafed and sai that they had been taken fror several churches and a nous on Mount Comfort Road tha hSrt burned down. '-.Police are now locating own efs of the items. ; Founded I860 213 S. East Are. Faveltttflle, Aik, !ZTM -- .Pnb'.Ished AaUy and Sunday except January I, July 4, Thanksgiving and ChrisUnas. Second Class Postage Paid at Fayetleville, Art. ASSOCIATED THE Tne Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of all local news printed tn thla newspatwr as we!l as Bi] AP newj dispatches. SUBSCRIPTION FATES Elective October I, 1Â»7J Home Telirerr Per month by carrier .-- f3,25 Snz! copy dally lOc. Sunday 25c U.S. Mail In Washington, Beritoc, Madison Coon. tJes, Ark,, Adaic Co,, Okta,: S months 8 months , "1 TEAR ___ City Box Section --,-- I 8 Â» 16.00 30M tQM Outside above, counties: 5 rnonlhs _i * 9.50 Smonlhl 18.00 1 YEAR 34.00 till MAIT, SCBSCIilPTIOXS ADVANCE heduled future capital invest- ents and funding for such," /ood said. In the Capital Improvement rogramming Study, the ...first alf of the report refers to the City (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONI) settlelment to the present time. This, he suggested could incorporate displays showing the development of agriculture, c h a n g e s i n manufacturing methods, and staging of a pageant to dramatize the growth, of the community. The basic concept would be flexible in order to include all facets of life, he said. Collier was appointed by McKinney to explore the possibility of developing the exposition in conjunction with the fajr th Fair Board officials. Steeple (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE! Mt. Sequoya, past (he Confederate Cemetery to Mission,then to the courthouse along Mountain Street. Lester said the route will be cleared of people and automobiles in case something goes wrong during transport and the aircraft has to release the load. The route will remain "over streets or vacant areas. Ford and Lester both emphasized the potential hazards to onlookers who approach the operation too closely and asked resent conditions in Northwest i that everybody remain bchinc police lines that will be established Sept. 7. The crew's pilot is the same officer who manned the controls of a similar craft used in the rescue of a cable lift of passengers t r a p p e d near t h e top of a mountain in Arizona last year. The steeple is the second, anc possibly the third, such structure to lop the courthouse tower since its construction in 1904 Exact records of courthouse construction during the last 7( years have not been kept. Stereo Stolen An eight-track stereo was re ported stolen frarn a vehicle owned by Gene Holland of 900 N. Leverett Ave. while it was parked on the west side o: Dillard' s at tha Northwjs Arkansas Plaza, city police sai today. Holland, said the thef took place sometime between a.m. and noon Thursday. Wheels Stolen Wayne Counts of 1910 Green valley Ave. police that someone took the wheels off o two bicycles at his residence. told Fayetteville Wednesday nigh Special School Planned For Hearing-Impaired Children Sound Barriers, Inc., has unched an all out effort to ontact all deaf or hearing--im- aired - children in Washington, mtonv?Madison and Sebastian ounties. The survey is being made to ncrease enrollment in the new rogram for these handicapped hildren which will start this all in Fayetteville. The fully ederal funded project will give ducational opportunities f o r icse children in a normal Youth Burned In Gasoline Fire SPRINGDALE -- A 13-year- ld youth "was burned in a fire 'hursday 'evening when the iasoline he was using to clean he kitchen floor ignited. Robert Fusher, 13, of 1023 S. rutcher St. is listed in fair condition at Springdale Memor- al Hospital today. He suffered second degree burns over 20 per cent of his body, fire department reports stated. Fusher, son uf Caryolan Buter, w a s using gasoline to remove contact cement from the floor. The fumes from.the were ignited by the nearby lot water heater, firemen said, The fire was confined to the kitchen with smoke damage to he rest of the house. Three Councilmen File For Re-Election S P R I N G D A L E -- Three city councilmen have f i 1 e c for re - election to their posts this week, according to Â·eports from the city clerk's office. Guy Wilson, 601 Curtis St. has filed for position on e o Ward One. He w a s appointei to the council in 1962 to fil a vacancy and re-elected tha November, .'rpld High. 401 yelma Ave. has filed for position one Ward Two. He also was ap pointed to the council ii December, 1971 to fill vacancy and re-elected i: November, 1972. John Box,--Sr.,;506 Cedar.'i seeking re-election to Ward One position two. He was appointei by the council to fill a vacanc; in June. 1972. Other candidates for munici pal office who have alread: filed include James Evans wh is seeking re-election as Munici pal Judge, Herbftrt Ray who i seeking re-election as Cit Attorney, and David Adair wh is running for mayor. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! If you cannot reach your TIMES carder PHONE 112-6212 Dally 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. earing school situation. If your child is not hearini 11 he should- in 'school he i ot developing to,his potential' aid John Speranza,' vice pres ent of Sound Barrier, who ask hat parents contact their loca chool superintendents for in ormation regarding the pro Tarn. Interested -persons are a 1 s asked to call Sound B a r r i e nembers at 521-3710 or 751-711 or further information. Sound Barriers is a group . lare'nts of hearing impaire children who joined together i 972 to seek better opportunitie "or their children. Since its or [anization the group has -bee expanded to include pr essionals and has worked wit ocal educators in the develo: ment of the program. Youth Arrested SPRINGDALE -- A 16-yea wa of controlled substance (mar iuana) and for minor p o s s e s s i o n of intoxican Thursday. The boy was picked up the Fun City parking lot afti patrolman noticed two can of beer in his car. Upon inves gating, the officer found 'a ba )f what appeared to be mar Iuana. old Fayetteville youth arrested for possession Funerals Gilrlen E. S a t u r d a y Curry; Mount 2 p Cjmfo Mou Church; burial in Comfort Cemetery. Memorials may he made Ihe Mount Comfort Cemete: Trust Fund in care of Mrs. Be Nelson, Route 2. Fayetteville. R E V I V A L Starts Sunday, Aug. 25 BUCKEYE BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 Each Evening Evangelists: Johnny Sizemore and Lay Counts Obituary uiiiininiiiiiiin^ 0. A. (GENE) GOFF funeral services for 0. A. one) Goff, 73, formerly of lyetteville, who died Wednos- y in Ocala, Fla. wil) be held 11 a.m. Saturday at St: aul's Episcopal Church, with rial in Fairview Memorial ardens. He was born May 9, 1301 in llham, Ihe son of Mr. and rs. D. C. Goff. He was a former oil man and e of the first Americans to ow interest in Australia icre he drilled the first wild- dl well in Queensland in 1954. e formed the Oil Drilling and xploralion Co. of Australia. e first drilling company in at country, . ... His Verna ayettevilie jrses amed Lea farms in produced race including Noholme II, the 1959 Horse of the ear and Nodouble, who nished third in the 1968 Preak- sss. He was part owner of Goff- cNair Motor Company, which e co-founded in 1947. He is survived by the widow, 'rs. Verna Lea Dildy Goff of ic home and one son, DeWitt . (Dash) ex. valf brothers. Jimmy anri Barry HcQuaid, of Oklahoma City, Okla. and two grandchildren. Funeral service will bo at 10 i.m. Monday in S'.sco Funeral Home Chapel wjth burial in Bluff Cemetery. WALTER REEVES Walter Abanalhia Reeves, of Fayetteville died Thursday in a local hospital. Born May 1, 1885 in Paris, Tex., the son of John F. and Emma Moore Reeves, he was a retired rail road engineer and a member of the Christian Church. Survivors are the widow, Mrs Edna Brooks Reeves of the home; three brothers, H.D. p Springdale.arid Jack and Gil bert of.Tyler, Tex., and two sis ters, Mrs. R. E. Ritchie o Little Rock and Mrs. Cal Klam mer of Springfield, 111. Graveside services were to be at 3 p.m. today at Forest Park Cemetery in Fort Smith unde direction of Nelson's Funera Home. of Sulphur Springs, MRS. EMMA MILLER Mrs. Emma.Taylor Miller, 35, Fayetteville died Wednesday a local hospital. Born Jan. I, 1889 in Danville, Tenn. the aughter of George W. and Ada arnes Taylor, sne was a azarene. /Survivors are one daughter, !rs. Gladys Hickey of Fayetle- lle; one granddaughter, Mrs. eloris Funderburg of Fayette- lle; four grandsons and four reat-'grandchildren,, .. ' Funeral services were held lis 'morning at Moore's Chapel ith burial in Evergreen Ceme- ery. DELMAR HODGES P r a i r i e Grove--Delma Hodges/ 38, of Wcstville, Okla died at his home Thursday Born July 29, 1936 at. Lincoln the.son of Walter W. and Dili Cato Hodges, he was a Baptist. Survivors are the widow, Mrs Georgia Logan Hodges of th Kome; one daughter, Dixie Lc of the home; one son, Delma E. of Westville; three brothers Roy, Fred and R.B. all of West ville; four sisters, Mrs. Ncld McClain of Prairie Grove; Mrs Delia Summers' and Mrs Lorene Cole of Westville, an Mrs. Lillian Baker ot.Califor nia, and his parents of Wcsl ville'. "'Â·Â·Â· -" "Â· '" Funeral services will be fc 10 a.m; Monday at Luginbup Chapel with burial in Antioc Cemetery; MRS. LYDIA BIBLE Mrs. Lydia Schoenborn Bible, 6, of Fayetteville died Thursay in a local hospital. ,Borh larch 2, 1908 in Cudahay, Wis;, le daughter of Richard and nna Tetzlaff Schoenborn, she r as a Lutheran. Survivors are a daughter, rs. Kerry Jane Patrick of 'ayetteville; her . mother of Â·"ayetteville; one sister, Mrs. Elynore Eppert of Fayelte- rille and one brother, Richard choenborn of Radisson, Wis. Funeral service will b j at 2 .m. Saturday at Moore's :jiapel with burial in F o r e s t Hill Cemetery in Cudahay. orted lentcr ,ibrary . 5th fo Men Arrested ayetteville man was re- ngton Regional Medical Â· following a fight at Ihe y Club, 423 W. Dickson 1 a.m. today, c Lemmons of 477 S. East was taken by ambulance Â» hospital with a broken e suffered in a fist fight Ralph C. Steinberg of 23 St. For Disturbance Patrolman Frank Upton, pa- saw the two men fighting inside the glass door of the club when Steinberg knocked or pushed Clemmons through the door. Upton broke up the fight, called an ambulance for Clemmons' and '.arrested both men .for disturbance ;:by. fighting.' . Clemraons . Â· was: also arrested for public drunkeness. Office RansacKea , / The office of Dr. Charles Boy'd, a dentist, 106 N. Lo6sst Ave., was brokon into bnd ransacked sometime Thursday night,' Fayctteville police said today. A gold bridge on a denture display, valucil at $285, was stolen. Police suid that'llio thief forced open a w.indqw ; - in. tbe back of the building 'to 'g?in entry. Â·-;- -, BE STINGY FLY SKYWAYS MEMPHIS $31.00 Via SKYWAYS and DELTA Airlines Leave Fayetteville -Â· 7:00 A.M. - Arrive Memphis - 8:52 A.M. Take your choice of several SKYWAYS and DELTA flights to and from Memphis, Atlanta or Houston. For fast reservation service call: SKYWAYS - 442-6281 or your travel agency. * One Way Fare Skyways JOE P. RANALLI Springdale--Joe P. Ranalli, 3, of Route 1 Springdale died Vednesday at his home. He was orn Mar. 9, 1921 at Tontitown. he s o n'- of Nazzareno. and Catherine Focesatp Ranalli and vas Catholic, a grape and live- lock farmer and a member of Cnights of Columbus. He served n the U.S. Navy in World War I. ' He is survived by four sons, Anthony P. of Springdale, Morbert Gene, Paul Ivan and ;iiris Lee, of the home; three daughters, Mrs. Claude Penzo f Springdale, Miss Albina lanalli of the home and Mrs. limmy Dikes of Florence, Ala.; 'our half brothers, Bert Taldo of Springdale, D i l l Taldo of Garden City Kan.. Tilford Taldo if St. Paul and Eugene Taldo of San Francisco, Calif.; two half sisters. Mrs. Marcella Pin- alto of Gilroy, Calif., and rtrs. Pearl Ceola of Springdale and four grandchildren. Rosary service will hs held at 8 p.m.' today in Sisco Funeral rlome Chapel. A funeral mass will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Joseph Catholic Church and burial will be in St. Joseph" Cemetery at Tontitown. MRS. MILDRED HARRISON Springdale--Mrs. M i l d r e d L o v e l l Harrison! 69, of Springdale died Thursday at Springdale Memorial Hospital. IBorn June 5. 1905, the daughler of Charles and Molly Crawford McQuaid, she was a member of the First United Methodist Church a n d - a - r e tired secretary and accountant. ' She is survived by her hus- aand, Russell B. Harrison of the home; a son Donald L. Lovell of Charlotte, N.C.; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Johnny F. Moore of Wichita, Kan.; tw.o People Helping People Directors of Â«k Funeral Service Jvf Servicesi M I D D L E B R O O K , Mrs. Laura Alice -- Saturday, 10:30 a.m. Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Elder Loye Elliott officiating. Interment .Baptist Ford Cemetery, CHRESTENSON, Mrs. Stella Inez -- Friday, 10:30 a.m. Chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home, Bev. Uoyd Thomas officiating. Interment National Cemetery. REEVES, Walter Albanathla -Friday, 3:00 p.m. Forest Park Cemetery, Fort Smith. 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