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August 28, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Norffiwe* Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Aug. 28, 1974 rAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Springdale Adopts Airport Rules And Buys Ambulance SPRINGDALE -- City Coun- elsewhere In the state. He will oilmen adopted Tuesday night a lengthy resolution governing the use of the municipal airport and renewed an interim lease . agreement for the airport with withdraw himself from the race for city attorney today. The council voted unanimously to appoint Tom Jacoway as city attorney for the remain- deror the year. Hit-And-Run Victint MAI/VERM, Ark. (AP) Robert E. Dickson, 14, of near Malvern was killed Tuesday night when ho was the victim of a hit-ami run driver, State Police said. The incident occurred in Hot Spring Coumy on Arkansas 51 about halfway between Malvern and Hot Springs. Police said Dickson sv a s walking northwest when he was struck by a vehicle. 'investigation is under the Springdale Air Service. The council also accepted a bid for a mobile intensive care ambulance from the Superior Coach Sales and Leasing Co., of Little Hock. ' Following a 35-minute reading of the airport ordinance that outlined licensing and operating procedures, City Attorney Herb Hay told the council that the ordinance was acceptable tp the Federal Aviation Administration. Vice - mayor Charles McKinney questioned why the ordinance called for a yearly renewal of license fees by the base operator. He felt it would be difficult, to find a good base operator who would stay in the area if yearly licensing were required. ' Alderman Joe Robinson, also a member of the airport commission, said the yearly licensing would make it possible to hire an operator for a year to see if he performed well. "I'd. say he's still on trial the first year," Robinson said. Councilman Espen Walters suggested that the yearly liccn sing clause be changed after the first year If service was satisfactory. Aldermen passed the ordinance. RENEWED LEASE A resolution authorizing renewal of a lease with the Springdale Air Service for the rest of the year was approved. The interim lease contained new provisions on rental of the city's 10 new hangars. After the airport matters were settled, Robinson told the council that an oificial opening of the expanded airport will he held at 1:30 p.m. on Oct. 13. He also said that all the new hangars have been leased and that the commission is considering asking the city to build more. The fire department's ambulance service is on its way to purchasing a mobile Intensive care unit after the council accepted a bid for a $20,741.50 ambulance from the Little Rock firm. Alderman Jerry C. Clark said four bids on the unit were received. One was rejected because it met none nf the city's specifications for the unit. TWO BIDS SUBMITTED .. The Superior Coach Sales firm submitted two bids, one at $23,935.50 that included the dual rear wheels requested in the bid specifications and the ?20,741,50 alternate that was the same model without the dual wheels. '" · '··'"·"·' The council's fire department committee noted that the unit without the dual wheels was less costly, weighed 1,000 pounds less than the 10,000 pound dual wheel version, and is being used successfully in Dallas and Houston. The committee recommended the unit without the dual wheels and the council agreed. Clark noted that delivery date i sin approximately 45 days. He said the unit will probably have a Ford 460 cubic inch engine and be chrome yellow in color. The unit is being financed from $15,000 in revenue sharing money and $7,000 in loca donations. Following a brief executive session, the council reopenec and Herb Ray announced hi resignation effective Sept. 15 Ray plans to enter law practice Campbell Soup Wins Stale Safely Award Campbell Soup Company of ?ayelteville lias been awarded ;lie Million Man Hour Safety Award from the Occupational Safety Division of the Arkansas Department of Labor. The award, to be presented September 9, Is In recognition of a safety program which resulted in one million -man- hours without a disabling injury from March through July 1974. The award will be presented by Jerry Hendrix, safety consultant to Murray J. Ship, plant manager. Lindbergh Is Buried After Simple Service HANA, Hawaii (AP) -- The memorial service (or aviation pioneer Charles Augustus.Lind- bergh was simple and without fanfare, the vyay "the Lone Eagle" wanted it all to end. Friends and family gathered at the tiny Kipahulu Hawaiian Church on Tuesday to honor Lindbergh one more time. He had been buried in a lava-stone grave next to the 19th century church Monday after his death from cancer. He was 72. During his. last/ejght days of life, Lindbergh planned. tor, his death, including the memorial service, said Dr. Milton M. Howell, the aviator's personal physician. Fewer than two doz- im persons attended the.candle- lit service, including his widow, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, and two of their sons, Jon and Land. Another son and two daughters were unable to attend. The Rev. John Tincher. a Protestant minister from Hana, conducted the half-hour ceremony. Even though' no mention oi Lindbergh's name was made during the service, what was said and read all honored the man who was most famous for lis 1927 solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean. '.. . They that wait upon the L o r d shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not toe weary and they shall walk, and no faint," read one scripture recited during the service. The Rev. Mr. Tincher and the family selected some of the Bible scriptures, "and the gen eral even had designated some," said the minister. "He was an amaning man who had everything planned out to every detail," he added. Continuing the theme of simplicity, Mrs. Lindbergh was dressed in a purple Hawaiian print dress with a string o[ pearls around her neck, Una Lindbergh sons wore casual shirts and trousers. After the ceremony, Mrs; Lindbergh thanked each person who attended. Sitting through the service without showing emotion, she wiped back a few tears as she left the chapel for their home. GIFTS HOUSEWARES GEORGIAN SCROLL SILVER Plated Serving Pieces. Lovely silver plate now at a real savingsl Orig. 37.50 1'A Qt. Casserole 2-1.99 Orig. 23.50 Chip Dip Server 16.99 Orig. 40.00 Beverage Pitcher 29.99 Orig. 18.50 12" Round Tray 12.99 NOHITAKE Formal China ^ 2 ' 5 ° l ° BUH Lorelei, Mirano, Trilby, Warrington, Fairmont patterns. Open stock; Save! 1/2 Now 1.25 to 15.97 Orig. $6 ea. 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"We hoped this method of dialogue would result in affirmative action by management to implement some type of system whereby management would listen to the problems and grievances of the firefighters," Smith said in a letter to Copeland. "However, the meetings with management by members of the firefighters have not accomplished the desired goals." The letter included four demands: --Recognition of the local union by the city. --Allowing Fire Department employes to live within a 15- mile radius of City Hall instead of within a 5-mile radius as is currently stipulated. --A jSO-a-month across-lhe board pay raise. --A cost of living raise every six months. Firemen met with Copelam Tuesday and then the Board o Directors spent about 20 min utes in executive session Tues day night discussing the letter The union then held a 90-minut meeting and decided to erec the picket lines. The firemen are not o strike. The Board of Directors is t meet again Monday night. 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