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· NorthwMt ArkanMu TIMES, Men., Sept. 2, 1974 ARKANSAS Volunteer Tutors Sought For Laubach Literacy Program A new series of training'ding the program is available sessions for volunteer tutors i n j b y calling 521-8250 during the Laubach Literacy methods w i l l , a[ternoon p rosp ective tutors The t r a i n i n g i s sponsored by |TM*y «1» "gUter by calling the the Ozark Literacy Council and above number. all persons interested in The Council has conducted becoming a tutor for slow and basic training workshops this non-readers are invited to parti-'summer at Elkins, Springdale cipate. :and Gravette and certified 19 The 12 hour session will be .held from 7 to 10 p.m. Septem- tutors. Out of the 19 only five will serve as volunteers because 'her 9, 10 and 12, and will be! the others were wanted to learn completed from 9 a.m. to 12jabout the Laubach teaching noon September 14. The course method. will be conducted at the Fellow- "Word is spreading that hter- ship Hall of Central United acy aid is available and our ''Methodist Church in Fayette- problem now is to provide the .'ville desperately needed volunteers There are no pre-requisites who can donate approximately . -for the course and Mrs. 'Joy Reid, tutor trainer, says that any person in the county with a concern for others and a will- two hours a week to help some one learn to read and write," Mrs. Reid said. There is a waiting list of stu -ingness to help teach others in dents. "Word has spread abou 1 .reading and writing is invited 1 the educationally sound New to participate. Readers Press materials and Mrs. Reid also said the training is excellent for future teachers and helpful for persons the anonymity of the Laubach eadvone-teach-one m e t h o d , ' Mrs. Reid said. who want to learn techniques During the upcoming Wash for writing for the new readers, linglon County Fair in Fayette WORLD LITERACY DAY iville informational brochure The workshop is being held will be distributed on the liter to mark World iLleracy D a y which is scheduled Sunday. Further information regar- acy program by retired senio volunteers who will man th RSVP booth at the fair. Unleaded Gas Unavailable In Canada DETROIT (AP) Americans driving new cars into Canning fall adu this fall may have trouble finding fuel. Unleaded gasoline, required for 1975-model cars sold in the U.S., will be scarce north of the border, especially off main tourist routes. Canada's Industry Department says about a third of the brand-name gas stations in urban areas will have unleaded fuel available this October, but only one in eight stations in ru ral areas will offer it. Unleaded gas is required for the catalytic converter system used on most American '1975- jnodel cars to control exhaust emissions. The one hopeful sign for prospective tourists is that Detroit mechanics say a few tankfuls of leaded gas will not ruin the converter. The industry department estimates unleaded gas sales in Canada will account for just 2.5 per ent of the total sold in the country in 1974, and less than 7.5 per cent in 1975. The Canadian Automobile Association reports that only Shell stations along Highway 401. the main cast-west highway from Detroit to Toronto and Montreal, have unleaded gasoline now. Other stations along the route indicate they are planning to get it, but won't say when. Ford, Chrysler and American Motors hnve not put the converters on their cars sold in Canada. General Motors will make them optional. Ford officials said the decision not to equip its Canadian cars with the converter was made because of the unavailability of the fuel. Leaded gasoline will not hurt the engine on a car with a catalytic converter, but it will eventually ruin the converter, estimated to cost between $110 and $150. NEWS BRIEFS Obituary EMERY SHROYER Siloam Springs -- Emery E. Shroyer, 71, of Siloam Springs, died S u n d a y in Siloam Springs Memorial Hospital. He was born Aug. 8. 1903 in Eureka Springs. He had been a resident from 1946 and moved here from Ponca City, Okla. He was a retired refinery man for Continental Oil Co. and a member cf the Siloam Springs Assembly of God Church. He is survived by the widow, Mrs. Bessie Shroyer of the home, a son, Chaplain Major Francis Shroyer of the U.S. Air Force, at Yokota, Japan; two daughters, Mrs. Neilda Brown of Salisaw, Okla., and Mrs. Roberta Johnston of Cave City, one half-brother, Henry Cancer Research Center, University Medical Center, University Station, Birmingham, Ala. MRS. CORA BELLAMY Lincoln - Mrs. Cora McBrien Bellamy, 83, a lifelong resident of the Evansville Community, died in a Fayetteville hospital Saturday. She was born Oct, 13, 1890 at Evansville, the daughter of Richard Anderson and Sarah Benton McBrien, and was a retired school teacher, a Methodist and assistant postmaster at Evansville. She is survived by a daugb ter, Mrs. Sally Marguerite O'Riley of Evansville; three sons, Carl and Harold, both of Evansville and John of Mente- sano, Wash.; 10 grandchildren iv,iu., uuc i j « i i - u i U L I I U I , iiemy , : ' . ' . j u - u « Mahoney of Buffalo, N.Y.; one and nine great-grandchildren Bister, Mrs. Delpha Jennings of , F , a TM r . a \ seryl . c * watsF ,^S«" Coolidge. Ariz., and one half-sis- du ed at 2.p.m. today at Evans. ter Mrs. Bird Witt of Beaver, Jille Methodist Church with A r : z burial m Lewis Cemetery undei Funeral service will be l O J ' h e direction of Luginbuel a.m. Tuesday in the Assembly j Funeral Home, of God Church in Siloam' Springs, with burial in Oak Hill Cemetery under the direction of Wasson Funeral Home. MRS. ETJNA ELDER Siloam Springs -- Mrs. Euna '- E. Elder, 87, of Route 2. Gentry, died Saturday in the Siloam Springs Memorial Hospital. She was born Oct. 20, 1886 in Salina, Kan., was a Seventh Day Adventist. ! Survivors include her husband, W. H. Elder of the home; five sons, Darrell of Gentry, ; William, of Jamestown, N. D., Bernard, of Denver, Colo., Wayburn of Tampa, Fla.. and Jack of Mocksville, N.C.; two .. daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Bailey . of Gentry, and Mrs. Virginia - Wagner of Lincoln, Neb.; two - brothers, Harry Norris of Salina -. ;and Paul Norris of Velote, ' - Kan.; two sisters, Mrs. F, d n a -'Wood of Solomon, K a n . , a n d ': -Mrs. Susan Fisher of Los Ange- !·· -les, Calif.; 21 grandchildren and -, 1 '15 great-grandchildren. .·/. Funeral service was held t. '.Sunday at the Seventh Day Ad- "!-ventist Church near Gentry * with burial in Fairmount Ceme- ;vtery under the direction of the ;· '.Wasson Funeral Home. X. ROBERT GARDENER '=·'' Robert K. Gardener, 27, ol ··'.i Birmingham, Ala., formerly of ;;Fayelteville, died Sunday in a ^-·Fayetteville hospital. He was ;;;born May 30, 1947 at Pine Bluff ·"--''the son of Dr. Buford M. am ·· : .;-Mabel Kersch Gardener of Fay ,- etteville. He was a medical stu -".dent and a Baptist. i He is survived by the widow -".Mrs. Kathleen Gardener, and a -'daughter, Christina Ann, botl o f the h o m e ; his parents, o -'.Fayetteville; a sister, Mrs. Gai I -McCampbell, of Lawton, Okla. Cfour brothers, Buford M ·--Gardener Jr. of Harrison, Joh "'VI. of Tulsa, and Joseph W ;-CanrI David C. both of Fayette ·"'Ville. '-* Funeral service will be 2 p.m ."-Tuesday at Moore's Chapel wit ', burial in Falrview Memoria " · Gardens. Memorials may be made I the University of Alabam £attifait$t Founded 19M 111 y. Eirt Are. Arl. T2m January 1, J Christnwi, daily nr.fl Sunday *YC ufy 4. Thanksfivlnf la ii Postage Pld at yayeUevllle, Ark. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PBFJtfl Th* Associated rreu it enlJUed ex- ehulvely to tht uit Tor republjca- tton of ell local nwi printed In this aeivtperier at weLl ei all AP netrt . JJ.B RATES fllK'Mt oolotxr 1, 1373 ftr nwerth by arri«r .*- · RfT copy (Ully Ifc, 8nnd*r TT.S. Mill b WkihlnftOT], ficnton, Madifoo cn»- an, Ari.. llilr On., OkH. | 8.M 1«.00 W,M , 40.M I roontSa I TEAR _-___. City B« »*ctio« Oaltlde abor* euoniretr Irmmlha % month* i nu*, JU, rtTULI Df ADVANCE Ouachiia River Rises 13 Feet in One Day y THE ASSOCIATED PRES The Ouachita River nea amden rose to 22.4 feet Sun ay -- a rise of 13 feet in on ay, the National Wealhe ervice said. The flood stage at Camden i i feet. The NWS predicted that th iver would crest at 28,5 fee 'uesday. A spokesman for the NW aid Sunday night that th full this A Stone's Throw Jazzrnohlle concert last week in New York's Central Park sparks Interest from a youngster who finds the crook of a stone elbow a perfect seat. The Jazzmohlle performance was part of Its 10th successive year of free concerts around New York. (AP Wirepkoto) U.S. Spy Jet (CONTINUED PHOM PAGE ONE) said. "Jim is safer up there than on the freeway." The Blackbird, a successor to the U2, has been in service since 1966, but its appearance at the Farnborough show was its debut before the public. The Air Force said it has a range of more than 2,000 miles without refueling and can photograph an area the size of Britain in just over an hour, producing pictures detailed enough to show the numbers on automobile license plates. Kenya Auto Plant I NAIROBI. Kenya (AP) -British Ley land plans to set up a $9-million auto assembly plant in the central Kenya town of Thika. 30 miles from here. The plant, being set up in conjunction with the local auto firm of Cooper Motors Corp. Ltd., will assemble 1,500 trucks, buses and other vehicles once it goes into produclipin in 1976. The project is designed to cut the import of foreign-made vehicles. Meany CONTINUED FROM PAGE CUE) oing to turn this around by fol- iwing the same policy that's een a disaster for the last 5Vz ears." Mean ysaid. Asked if the Labor Department was equipped to handle a epression, Brennan outlined a ederal plan to increas- public ervice employment in re- ponse to increases in unem- loyment. If the present rate of .3 per cent were to go as high s 7 per cent, the federal gov- rnment would create some 10,000 public service jobs, Srennan said. · END TIGHT MONEY Meany called lor an end to ight money policies, saying igh interest rales are the 'most inflationary factor in our economy." In his Labor Day statement. Ford said the nation needs the support of workers "in a new for struggle for productivity ess inflation. . "I am confident that the men and women of the American la- jor movement know that the struggle against inflation is a joint venture by all segments ot ;he American people -- and Fayetfeville Youth Shot In Hip Sunday Glenn Rogers, 15, 548 Eastern Ave., was shot in the hip Sunday while he was a passenger !n a van driven by Frank H. Duganitz, 103 S. Duncan. Fayetteville Police Sgt. Joe Hutchens said that two 30-05 rifle bullets were fired into the right side of the van as it approached the corner of Lewis and Stone streets at about 8 p.m. Two other passengers in the van. Glen Fields, 16, of Fayetteville, and Teresa Reding, 16, of Harrison, were uninjured. David Mitchell, 1710 W. Stone St., was questioned by police concerning the incident. Hutchens said that the first bullet entering the van exited out the other side. The second bullet struck Rogers in the hip. Rogers was later released in good condition from Washington Regional Medical Center after the bullet was removed. Deputy prosecuting Atty. Ron McCann said that warrants would be obtained from Municipal Judge Richard Wells con- Runoff (CONTINUED FROM PAGE FOUR) race for the Democratic nomination to the U.S. Senate in Nevada were Lt. Gov. Harry Reid and Maya Miller, a political newcomer. N e v a d a G o v, Mike O'Callaghan, a Democrat, had no serious opposition in his bid [or renomination, while Bill Bickerstaff, a state assemblyman, and party worker Shirley Grumpier fought it out for the Republican nomination. President Asked To Declare NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) -People leaving Kenya for good and hoping to settle overseas are being asked to declare all iheir assets, according to a Central Bank directive. The directive requires all banks in Kenya to declare al the assets of customers wanting to leave the country before any application to transfer mone out of Kenya is made to the Central Bank. Deadly Game NEW YORK (AP) -- Thirteen-year-old Nelson Crestw is yet another New York boy tc play "the game" -- and lose He was crushed between : Queens apartment house eleva tor and the shaft wall while try ing to ride on the roof of th" elevator. After he had climbei out on top through a hatch, a friend pushed the down button Cresbo's clothing apparently was caught somehow and th accident resulted. Police say ; number of youths have died i: Queens under similar circum stances in recent years. amden area "got the runt" of heavy rains veekend. "There's quite a few oads closed down in there," he aid. No evacuation measure was eported. State Police said the follow- ng roads had been closet! in outh Arkansas due to the leavy rains: Arkansas 24 east f Prescott, Arkansas 19 south if Prescott, Arkansas 299 and Arkansas 73 west of Hope and Arkansas 174 south of Hope. The NWS said Hope got about 6 inches of rain during a 48- lour period ending Sunday morning. A light mist was still "ailing Sunday night. A spokesman for the Stnle Police at Hope said no evacuation had been necessary. A flash flood watch was issued for the entire state Sunday, but before the night was over, it had been canceled ex- thai they will do their part," Brennan'T Labor Day state- craning the matter^ ment labeled t h e Watergate scandals one of "the most difficult periods in (American) history." He predicted "equally difficult economic problems in the days ahead. "Each of us must exercise the restraints and make the sacrifices necessary to control inflation," Brennan said. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) Genoa, Neb.. Mrs. Marjorie Foss of Antonito, Colo., Mrs. Barbara Weigl of Bartlesville, Okla., and Miss Carolyn Simmons of Midwest City, Okla., and one grandson. Funeral service will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Wasson Funeral Home chapel with burial in Oak Hill Cemetery. The family will meet friends for visitation from 7 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. A memorial fund has been established and contributions may be sent to the Bill Simmons Memorial Fund in care of the Arkansas State Bank at Siloam Springs. Mayor Dismissed SEOUL, Souh Korea (AP) -Mayor Yang Taek-shik of Seou was dismissed today because o the attempt to assassinat President Chung Hee Park tw weeks ago. . . Following the assassinalio attempt in which Park's wil was killed, some 40 officials ii eluding all members of the cal inet and the mayor submitte their resignations to assume re sponsibility for the assassin penetration of the securit screen around the president. Park at first accepted on' the resignation of the horr minister, who was responsib for the police. But he has no fired a total of 31 officials. Eqqs Are Thrown SPRINGDALE -- Robert Williamson told police Sunday that three eggs were smashed on the door of his pick-up truck. Williamson s a i d the truck was sitting in the driveway at his home at 802 Kansas St. Sunday night when the incident oc curred. cept for Kansas. extreme South Ar- 'SEX' Ruled Our ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - You won't find "SEX" on a New York State license plate. It's among 245 three-letter combinations listed as taboo by the stale Motor Vehicles Department since January 1973 when three-letter, three-number plates became standard issue. "It is based loosely on a list provided by the American Association of Motor Vehicle Ad ministrators," a department spokesman said. "Theirs is a long list -- 1 mean it's bigger than this They see a lot of weird things. Then we say, 'That's not weird,' and we lake it off," the spokesman said. Buhler Dies LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Real estate developer Henry Fernando Buhler of Little Rock died Saturday at the age of 93. He was president of Fourche River Land Co. A former chairman of the Board of Trustees of Hendrix College, Buhler donated proper ty in the Little Rock area worth about $3 million to the school in 1961. Hendrix named its remo deled library, which later be came a science building, aftei Buhler. Dr. Roy B. Schilling Jr., Hen drix president, issued a state ment Saturday expressing tht college's "deep sense of loss' in Buhler's death. Vandalism Reported SPRINGDALE -- The wires to the television antenna at Olela Hardin's home on South Old Missouri Road were found cut Saturday afternoon, police Zamir Retires JERUSALEM (AP) -- Maj Gen. Zvi Zamir, 49, has retire as Israel's chief spy mas tor. It' the first time in the six year he had held the job that anyon knew he had it. Zamir, who was born in Po land, was identified for the firs time Sunday. He had held th post for six years. Zamir's successor as head o Israel's security a n d i n telligence service was no named under the rule of keeping the name secret. Beard For Sale SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) -One of the 13 women who an safrl today A child's toy lying i sive red ted Ewald's newspape in the front yard was also found ad offering to sell his bear broken. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! H yon cannot reach your TIMES, ctrrier PHONE 4424242 Daily S to 8:30 p.m, Saturday 3 to 8 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 a,m. asked if he came with it. How To Hold FALSE TEETH Securel Do false teeth embarrasn you I cominp loose when you eat, lau or talk? A denture adhesive can hcl FASTEETH* gives dentures a Ion er, firmer, steadier hold. Makes ea ing more enjoyable. For more securi ind comfort, use FASTEETH D« ure Adhesive Powder. Dentur hit fit are essential to health. S r our dentist regularly, Martha Mrs. Martlm Mitchell, estranged wife of former attorney general John Mitchell, displayed thlj wide-mouthed expression as she left t h e church at Tylertowii, Miss., following the wedding of her son, Jay Jennings. Mrs. Mitchell said she is opposed to political amnesty for Mitchell, former President Nixon and others caught up In (he whirlwind of Watergate. (AP Wire- photo) CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE BOARD AGENDA For Tuesday, September 3 r 1974 -- 7:30 p.m PUBLIC MEETING -- OPEN TO ALL INTERESTED CITIZENS ANIMAL CONTROL ORDINANCE Further consideration of "Well, come on out and try it more comprehensive set of anion and if you like it, rnayhe I can be talked into going along with it," F,wald, 34, said he told the woman, "I don't know what the lady had in mind, hut she never did show up," he said. A photo-button manufacturer confined to a wheel chair since a hunting accident in 1958, Ewald said two aunts In Idaho offered him $1,000 to cut off his beard. mal control regulations MASTER STREET PLAN Consideration of a request for a waiver of the master street plan. STREET IMPROVEMENTS DISTRICTS Proposed statement policy regarding street improvement district. SEWER IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS Ordinance terminating as scssments in sewer improve ment district No. 2 oF the Cit of Fayetteville. I M P R O V E M E N T DISTRICT Public hearing to determin the sufficiency of petitions re questing the formation of a improvement district for th purpose of constructing an of street parking garage at the in tcrsecllon of Center Street an Church Avenue. PURCHASING ITEMS Award of Bid No. 267 for tic and tubes. OTHER BUSINESS Tourism Up Sharply WELLINGTON. New Zealand P) -- Tourism is expected to worth 100 million NZ dollars 150 million U.S.) a year to ew Zealand by March next ar, according to government timates. Official figures show that urism earnings reached al- ost 78,5 million NZ dollars 117.7 million U.S.) last year, increase of 21 million NZ jllars ($31.5 million U.S.) or .7 per cent in 12 months. Social Security Assistance To Be Available A representative of the Social Security Administration will b« in outlying districts to assist residents in filing tor benefits. The September schedule is as follows: Benlonville: Fire station, September 3 and 17, 9 a.m. - 12 noon. 1 Gravotte: New community center, September 5, 10 a.m. - 12 noon. Hunlsville; New community center, September 12. 9 a.m. -12 noon. Rogers: City Hall. September 4 and 18, 9 a.m. -12 noon. S i l o a m Springs: Council r o o m , city administration building, September 10 and 24, 9 a.m. - 12 noon. Berryville: Post office, September 3, 10, 17 and 24, 10 a.m. -12 noon. Ycllville: American Legion Building, September 11 and 25, 9 a.m. - 12 noon. Jasper: court, room, courthouse, September 18, 9 a.m. 12 noon. ommunicating Chimp ATLANTA (AP) -- Scienlisits the Yerkes Regional Primate esearch Center in Atlanta aim they've laught a chim- anzee to communicate with lem through a complex sys- im involving a computer. The chimp has a vocabulary ' some 75 words and is ca- a'ble of making such basic re- uests as "please machine give iece of banana" and "please ·nachine make window open." The researchers also say the limp, named Lana, can ask uestions and make simple omments on her surroundings. Windows Shot Oren Wcsler reported-to Fayetteville police Sunday morning that four windows at. the Church of Latter Day Saints, 2715 Old Wire Road, had been shot out with a pellet rifle. Wesler told Sgt. Warren Dennis that the broken windows were discovered at about 12:30 p.m. when the church was being opened for services. Getty To Wed SOVICILLE, Italy CAP) - Is marriage in the near-future for 7-year-old J. Paul Getty III? Wedding bans for Getty and G e r m a n divorcee Martine ;acher, 24, were published here aturday. Italian law requires he publishing of such bans two veeks before marriage. Getty, gandson of the American oil billionaire, gained wide- proad attention last year wben e was kidnaped and had an ar cut off during negotiations. He was freed after his family eportedly paid a $2.7 million ansom. CIVITAN CLUB "Briktori ofl Good Citizenship" School for Retarded Children People Helping People Directors of Funaral Service Services: IILAND. Veital C. -Tuesday, 10:30 a.m. Chapel ol Nelson's Funeral Home. Rev. Maurice kanier officiating. Interment National Cemetery. NO HAPPY HELLO... .. .Is ever quite equal to the warm welcome extended to newcomer! by the Welcome Wagon Host«3s. Her smile may be no brighter, her greeting no more cheerful, but she's made the welcome more a workof art then a mere greeting , , . complete with * galaxy of gifts and helpful Information on schools, churches, shops and community facilities. So when · new neighbor moves In, fallow up your happy hello with a Welcome Wagon greeting. A HoFless awaits yourcall at Phona 443-5438 or 442-6111 v^^««J^^s^s*^^s^v^^w^w**wv%rt^rf·^w WELCOMC NEWCOMERS! DM th!§ coupon la Itt u know you'rt htr*. Addrest .City ( ) Pleat* hive th. Welcome Wagon Hottest call on mv. ( ) I would Ilk* to iiihicrlbe to the N..V. Ark. TIKES I ) I already lubscrlb* la ttw TIMES. Fill out 111* coupon and mall to TIMES, Box D, rayetuvlll*. Ark. Good Friends Sympathy, concern, understanding - - they're the things that mak« » good friendship. And tbete same thing* make every service we direct some- PfOft E HELPINQ PEOPLE \on DIRECTORS OF FUNERAL SERVICE Phon« 521-5000

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