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Monday, September 9, 1974
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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Monday, Sept. 9, 1974 FAVITTKV1LI.I. ARKANSAS Knievel Car Dives Under Truck A PayeKeville policeman ponders the escape of David A. Smith, 24, of 233 N. Church Ave., and three companions after iheir car drove under a semi-trailer t r u c k - stalled across the intersection et Rogers Drive and Summit Ave- nue about 1:45 a.m. today. No one. was injured. (TIMES- phofo by Ken Good) P.lfBI Obituary MRS. NORA PYEATT Prairie Grove -- Mrs. Nora Margaret Pyoatt, 88, of Benton- 'villc, died in a nursing home ..there Sunday. She was born Sept. 25, 1885 in Prairie Grove, the daughter of Tom and Ann Rogers Neal and was a Methodist. She is survived by her husband, James H. Pyeatt of the home and one sister, Mrs. Ida Edwards of Groton, S.D. Funeral service will be 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in the Luginbuel Funeral Home, chapel in Prairie Grove with burial Grove Cemetery. in Prairie . MARCUS MASON Prairie Grove -- Marcus (Mack) Clark Mason, 83, of Prairie Grove died in a Fayetteville hospital Sunday. He was born July 9, 1881 at Harris, the son of James Henry and Laura C. Harris Mason, and was a veteran of World War I and a member of the American Legion. He is survived by the widow, Mrs. Bertie West Mason of the home; one son, R.H. Mason of Wichita. Kan.; three daughters, Mrs. Pauline McPherson of i.Hayesville, Kan., Mrs. Pegggy Karnes of B'orl Smith, and Mrs. Wanda Zarelli of Beverly Hills, ! Calif.; 10 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be. 2 p.m. Wednesday in the chapel of School, a member of Lakewood United Methodist Church a n d the Student Council at the high school.- . · Other .survivors are a brother. Robert-L. Mason of Chapel Hill, N.C., and a grandmother, Mrs. Alice Funkhouser of Stephenville, Tex. Funeral service was at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Lakewood U n i t e d Methodist Church. were to be at 2:30 p.m. Way at Stephenville West fend'Cemetery in Stephenville,. Tex.' Memorials may be made to the Memorial Fund of the Lakewood Methodist Church. LUCY HOLMES Luginbuel Funeral Home Prairie Grove with burial Prairie Grove Cemetery. at MRS. LOUISE SELL Mrs. Louise E. Sell, 83, of Huntsville -- Lucy Holmes, 64, of Wichita, Kan., died there Saturday. Born March 9, 1910 in Witter, the daughter of Newt and Minnie Kirk Smith, she was a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors include the husband, Jack of Wichita. Kan.; |two sons, Kenzel and Keith, both of Wichita, Kan.; three daughters, Ruth Crebbs and Dolores Talbott, both of Wichita,.. Kan., and Helen Sims of Harrison; four brothers, Guy, Haydn, Eulis and Kay, all of Springdale; four sisters, Cleo Gary of Wichita, Kan., and Trilla Teague, Pansy Hittson and Wanda Henington, a 11 of Springdale; 16 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Graveside services will "be 4 Fayelteville died Saturday in a local hospital. She was born May 4, 1891 in Illinois and was a mernber of St. Joseph's Catholic Church. The only known survivors are a . grandson, whereabouts unknown, and Mrs. William Mack of Fayetteville, .a distant relative. . Funeral arrangements will he announced by Moore's Chapel. MRS. PAULINA GRAHAM Mrs. Paulina Frances Dolisi Graham, 89, a resident of the : Fayetteville-Springdale area for ^ the past 86 years, died Saturday .'in a local hospital. The widow \ of William T. Graham, she was; born Sept. 23, 1884 at Eudora, rKan., the daughter of John and *Mary Elizabeth Moll Dolisi and was a member of the First . Baptist Church. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Maxine G. Jones of -Fayetteville; a son, William :Eugene Graham of New Con' cord, Ohio; a sister, Mrs. Lu- ·icretia Couch of Overland Park, ·Kan.; three grandchildren and \two great-grandchildren. . . . Funeral service will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Mcore's Chapel with burial in Bluff Cemetery at Springdale. MISS SARAH MASON Miss Sarah Alice. (Sally) '.Mason, 16, of North Little Rock, died Friday after .open-heart surgery. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis L. Mason, former Fayetteville residents, and was an eleventh grade student at Northeast High p.m. Tuesday at Mars.hal Cemetery in Forum under the direction of Brashears Funeral Home. ROY STANTON Siloam Springs -- Roy Cliff Stanton, 81, of Siloam Springs died Saturday at a-local hospital. Born April 19, 18iJ3 Derby, Kan., lie ,was,'''£ne;.s0iii of Charles and ELSie Tayti: Stanton. He is survived by three cou sins. Graveside services were held today at the El Paso Cemetery in Derby, Kan., with .ocal arrangements made by Wasson Funeral Home. .' Local Demand For Blood Remains High Area hospitals used 23 pints of blood during the weekend, bringing the total in the past four days to 47 pints. "In each case the blood probably saved a life," said Miss Suzanne Lighten who compiled the statistics. Miss Lfghton is co-chairman of the Fayetteville Donor Recruitment Committee for the Washington County Red Cross. The amount of Wood, and reasons for use in the hospitals is being' stressed in preparation for the visit of the Red Cross Bloodmobile in Fayetteville Wednesday and Thursday.' During the weekend 23 pints of blood were used in the area hospitals with 12 pints administered at Washington Regional Medical Center. Seven of the pints went to four patients with low hemoglobin counts and three administered in preparation for surgery for three patients. Two pints of blood were given to a patient at S p r i n g d a l e Memorial Hospital in preparation for surgery. The Veterans Administration Hospital used nine pints of blood. Six went to two patients who had intestinal bleeding and were scheduled for surgery; three were- given one patient with a low hemoglobin. . -The peed, for blood on a day- to-day 'basis-is v e r y pressing, saic^ Miss Lighten. The county participates in the Red Cross Blood program and has a goal ot 300 pints during the two-day visit. ·- The Bloodmobile will be at Caul's Episcopal Church from 2 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday and rom 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Ih'ursday. Prospective donors ·may call the Red Cross Office, at 442-4291 to make arrangements to give blood during the visit. (CONTINUED IHOM PAGE ONE) his tan face. The chutes began deploying even as the red,.white and blue Sky-Cycle cleared the" launch ramp Sunday, pulling the missile back like a yank on a shirt collar. The vehicle was halted before it had traveled half the needed distance, and seconds, .later Knievel was on the canyon bottom, the bloodied survivor, of yet another fall. : Despite the failure of the stunt, probably the most widely publicized in history, Knievel was assured ot $6 ·million and stood to earn much more from proceeds oE a live closed-circuit telecast and related deals. Promoters of the telecast had been predicting the total take could reach $20 million, but Lhey said Sunday evening that it would he at least 24 hours before ticket sales were known. Asked if he would attempt the stunt again, Knievel responded, "I. 'don't know what I'm going to-do. I sat in it and gave it my best." Johnson (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONI) wreck occurred. Rhonda was born July 4, 1964, in Springdale, the daughter of Robert and Ardith Hanson Rose. She was a Lutheran. Survivors include her mother, of the home; a brother, Richard Rose of Springdale; and a sis- Woman Hurt In Auto Accident . Mrs. Verba L. Laws on, 47, of Greenland was i n ' f a i r con' dition al Washington Regional Medical Center today following a one-car accident at about 7:45 a.m. on Cato Springs Road three-fourths of a mile south of the Hwy. 71 bypass. Trooper Tommy . Williams said that Mrs. Lawson's car overturned in a ditch.. , The. accident .occured; Williams said, -when the woman traveling north on Cato Springs Road came around a curve and saw a school bus stopped and loading passengers.. Mrs. Lawson told Williams that she attempted to stop her car but locked the brakes, skidded into the dtich and overturned. Mrs. Lawson's car. did not strike the school bus: · · . Tower's Watergate aova' woiu .canniiNoo) Ford's : action,' 'and they were joined by some Republicans. ". . . A serious mistake," said Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D- Mass. "It raises very real questions about whether we ter. Renae, of the home. Funeral service will be at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Salem Lutheran Church with burial in L u t h e r a n Cemetery under direction of Sisco Chapel Funeral Home, Springdale. More Springdale Candidates File SPRINGDALE -- Alderman James Irwin, 47, of 2401 Johnr son Rd., has.filed for reelection to his city council seat in WarS Three, position one. Irwin has served on the council since he was appointed to fill a vacancy in 1970. He. was elected alderman in November, 1970. To date, all councilmen except Jerry C. CJark and Charles McKinney have filed for - reelection .to their posts. No other Springdale citizen has announced his candidacy' for any of the eight seats "on the coun- The only municipal position other than the two council seats that has not been filed for is the city clerk spot. The current clerk, Letha Brogdon, has not served actively since .being injured in August, 1973. '-'·-· The mayoral race is currently the only post in which there is any contest with two citizens, David Adair, 30, and David E. Miller, 48, opposing each other. Mayor Park Phillips, who suffered a heart attack in June but is now back at work a couple hours each day, has not announced his' candidacy for mayor yet but is expected to do so. Filing deadline is Sept. 20 for the Nov. 5 general election. Grass Fire Put Out Firemen have a double standard of jus- lice in this country." "... A dangerous precedent," said Sen. Walter F. Mondale, D-Minn. Several Senate Republcans joined in the criticism, among them Charles McC. Mathias ot Maryland, Lowell' P. Wcicker ot Connepticu.t, Clifford -P. Case of New Jersey ' arid Richard Schweiker of Pennsylvania. But some prominent Democrats, notably Sens. John C. Stennis and James 0. Eastland of Mississippi, said Ford took the correct action. And leading Republicans rallied Id his defense.. ., '·"It. was a courageous ' decision,' 1 -said Senate GOP : Leader Hugh Scott. ' . . . - · · ". . . It was the only decent and prudent course to follow," said Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONI) sons "anywhere they could get a clear view,".as far away as Mt. Scquoyali and high rise buildings west of the business district, Lester said because of gaps n historical records about the courthouse, he isn't sure whether this is the third or fourth steeple to be put on the tower. "But I can assure this wil be the last one," he said. "This one will last forever -- at leas' as long as the courthouse is still standing. "This one is made of stee and slate and will never neet to be replaced." The las steeple was removed in 196; Because its wooden structure lad weathered. "I don't know how we wouli tinve gotten the steeple up ther without the help of the Army It would have been a long process, and very expensive." Lester said the Army effor was coordinated by Maj. Gen Bruce Kendall, a retired Arm officer and resident of Fayette ville, and Gen. David E. Ott commander of Ft. Sill. Mem bers of the helicopter's cre\ were Ford, Nester, CWO Jac R. Bolton, copilot; and Spec 6 Thomas H. Fierova and Spec G William C. Nantz, flight eng neers. Change Stolen A soft drink machine was rled open and an undeter- ilned amount of change taken t Stout's 66 Service Station, 23 N. College Ave.. overnight, ^ayeltcvllle police said a large crewdriver was probably used o enter the machine, located n front of the business. Television Stolen Terry Smith of 203 S. W«st Ave. told Faycttevllle police Sunday that a 12-inch portable television set was stolen from her apartment sometime during the past two weeks. Miss Smith, said the set was valued at $90. JCPenney LIFE INSURANCE UNDERWRITE^ Career Opportunity The Consumer Financial Services Division of the J. C. Penney Company, Inc., needs well established and experienced life insurance agents to permanently work a pre-established market in this area. The persons selected will be given a thorpugh orientation and training. These openings are a part of a well-tested program that is being expanded nationally. Leads and endorsements are furnished. Only life agents proud of their profession and desiring to represent us in a quality market need apply. Call T. Glen Cary, Vice'President, Great American Reserve Insurance Company, a subsidiary of J.C. Penney Company, Inc., at (214) 747-0361, or write to P.O. Box 207, Dallas, Texas 75221. JCPenney Equal Opportunity Employer M/F Tires Sloshed Ronald T.'Tayidrj 409 Taylor St., told Fayetteville police that the right front tire on his car was slashed at about midnight Saturday while the car was parked on Hollston Avenue. People Helping People Directors of mk Funeral Service l£l Services: MORTON, Joseph Bee -Monday. 2 p.m., Winslow Com- munity Church. Rev, J. B. Ky- ger- -officiating- .Intement Brenlwood Cemetery.- STUART, Mrs. Mary Brown -Tuesday, 2:00 p.m. Chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home. Rev. Eimer Ensz officiating, assisted by Rev. Paul Bond. Interment, Sons Chapel Cemetery, Funerals Mrs. Mary Brown Sfewart; 2 p.m. Tuesday, chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home, burial in Son's Chapel Cemetery. Two Arrested For Burglary Machine Looted ,-An 'undetermined amount of change--.\va .ta'ken from a soft drink::."'machine at Harold's Conoco Station at the intersection of College Avenue and Maple Street over the weekend. Fayetteville police said the machine, which is located in front of the building, was pried open with what appeared to be a sharp, pointed object. SPRINGDALE extinguished a small grass fire on Crutcher - Street urban renewal property Sunday after- icon. Cause of ; the fire is not known but youngstdrs we're reported seen on'the lot immediately before the -fire was sighted. The fire did'. not cause monetary property damage. 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If you should sell your item, call in to cancel before 4:00 p.m. to have it removed from the next day's edition. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS 442-6242 Founded I860 212 N. last Are. FaytlleYlllf. Art. 72701 Published dally and Sunday except January 1, July 4. Thanksjivins and · Christmas, Second Cfocs Postage ; Paid al nyeltevlDe, Art. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS . The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republics- tlon of all local news printed in this newspaper as well as all AP new» dispatcher HUBSCRITTIOX RATES E!fectiT« October 1, 1373 . Home Delivery Per month by carrier $3.25 Hnzl« copy dally 10c. Sunday 25c C.9. Mall In Washln2ton, Benton, tfadlsoa Coufl- tlei, Ark., Adelr Co,, otfe.: ·"", 8 months ,,. -· t months _ 1 TEAR __ City Box section above count'eg: 8 months I monUis ___ _ 1 VKAB ? S.Si 16.00 3100 40.00 19.50 18.00 Ul, MAJt STJBSCRrniOM TAI-AJ1LE IN ADVANCE Emmlt L. Rickman, 28, 204 Pear.. St., anf,Jack'y Taylor, 28, 1136/S. Washington, Ave M were arrested by vFayettevjlle police Sunday afternoon ; on suspicion of burglary. Rickman was also charged with driving while Intoxicated. The arrests were made after (he Washington County sheriff's office received a 'call from Lee Terry of Hog Eye Sunday saying that two men In a small while truck had been seen leaving the John Lawson home at Hog Eye. .. Terry said no one was home at the Lawson residence at the time, .-- .- ·- The two men were "slopped by Fayelteville police at 6:30 p.m. Sunday on South School Avenue and arrested. They were later turned over to sheriff's deputies for questioning. Mrs. John Lawson told polico i'J, hre £ rifles ' a P' sto1 and ' a knife had been taken from the home. She 'said that she had returned home at 4 n m Sunday to find the items missing. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! If you cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONE 442-S242 Dailv 5 to 6:30 p.m; Saturuay 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. 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. BE STINGY FLY SKYWAYS MEMPHIS $31.00* Via SKYWAYS and DELTA Airlines Leave Fayetteville -- 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. * On« Way Far« Skyways HEADLINES: Q», THINK ABOUT THIS · This Man Is Still on the Payroll · Will He Be "Laid Off" Temporarily? . . . .ot least until after the election IF YOU DISAGREE WITH THESE METHODS OF OPERATION . . . · Then Start Talking Up About Making a Change · Let Your Friends and Neighbors Know How You Feel About It. DO IT N O W . . . TO GET THINGS STARTED then in November VOTE FOR BRUCE CRIDER For Washington County Judge Pol. Ad Paid for by Bruce Crider L

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