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Northwest Arkamos TIMES, Tfiurs., Sept. 12, 1974 r*Y«TT»VLLLI, ARKANSAS Fishback Homemakers And Harmon 4-H Take Top Honors ·'·" Fishback Extension Homemaker Clu'o took the sweep- ttakes award in the adult educational booths at the Washington County Fair. The club featured services provided by Cooperatie Extension to the public in their booth. The theme for the booths this year was consumer education. Other blue ribbon winners were Middle Fork Valley, Farmington, Butterfield and Nature Study Club. Red Ribbons were awarded Goshen, Young Homemakers. Richlanl View, Lincoln, Cane Hill and the African Violet Club. White ribbons went to Cincinnati, Highland, G r o w i n g 5Sers, Goldenrod. Cherry Belle, Valley Homemakers, Morrow, Combs Chapel, Wheeler, Baptist Ford, Rhea, Meadow Valley, M o u n t Comfort,- Friendly Neighbors, Viney Grove. Home Lovers, Winslow and Savoy. Harmon 4-H Club took the champion booth ribbon depicting the importance of Emergency Medical Services. Ramay Junior High School Future H o in e m a k e r s of America (FHA) Chapter took the sweepstakes award for the consumer awareness theme. Clubs winning blue ribbons in the education booths for juniors were Lucky Clover 4-H Club, Summers Sooners, Goshen, Running Springs. Johnson, and Bethel Grove 4-H clubs, ^yin- slow, Springdale and Farmington FHA chapters. Red ribbons were awarded to Club, West Campus VICA, Springdale Community, Green Jeans 4-H and Helping Hands 4-H Club. White ribbons went to Lincoln and Prairie Grove FHA chapters; Elkins, Wyman. White R i v e r , Sasnakra, Winslow, Prairie Grove, Hazel Valley, Country Club and .Zion-Fish- bacl;, 4-H clubs. The Fayetteville DECA exhibit was entered after the judging was completed and did not compete. Home EC Fair Winners Are Announced Winners in the junior division of clothing and household arts, under the Home Economics Department at the Washington County Fair were announced Crochet And Knitting Awards Are Announced today. The winners are: A p r o n : P a m Abuja, Springdale, first; Karen Hatfield, Route 1, Farmington, second; Linda Christian, Route 1, Fayetleville, third. Blouse (9-13): Donna Jo Simco, Route 4, Springdale, first; Jeannie Carter, Elkins, second; Pam Abuja, third. Blouse (14-19): Bobbie Keene, Fayelteville. second; Marilyn Bradley, Winslow, third. Skirt, 9-10: Diana Johnson, Fayetteville, s e c o n d ; Pam JAbuja, third. 1 Skirt, 11-13: Belinda Button, Youths Arrested For Burglary Two area youths were arrested by Fayetteville police for investigation of burglary and grand larceny in connection with the Wedncsdny night burglary of Ben Jack's Guitar Center. 2425 N. College Avc. Police said that two guitars taken from tho store were recovered with the arrests. One of the two is identified as Timothy Filzhugh, 19, of 2303 S. Turner St. in Springdale. The other is a 15-year-old youth who had been, reported as a runaway from Boy Land of Arkansas at Winslow, a juvenile home. Police said they received notice, of the burglary at 11:05 p.m. when an unidentified citizen telephone, saying he had leard an alarm on North College Avenue. Upon investigation police found the front door glass of the business broken. Manager Earl Gates said that the two guitars, valued al $800 were missing. The unidentified caller also furnished police with a description of a car and its occupants seen leaving the area at the time of the alarm. The car is owned' by the University of Arkansas Physica' Plant and was apparently stolen earlier in the evening from a parking place on North Wes Avenue by the younger youth police said. Shortly after the initial repor was received, the UA Depart ment of Public Safety (campus security) telephoned, saying am of its cars was pursuing a ca matching the description of thi one used in the burglary. Police reports said that DPS officers set up a roadblock on Hwy. 16 east near Watson' Shopping Center, but the ca and driver ran the roadblock Police managed to run the ca I Route 1, Fayetteville, second. Skirt 14-19: Lee Ann Sim- Winners in the crochet and knitting section of the Home Economics Department at the Washington County Fair were announced today. The winners are: CROCHET Afghan: A. L. Sangers, Fayetteville, first; Deborah Lee Ann Sim- 1, Fayetteville, Laningham, Springdale, second; M. Shelton, Fayetteville, third. B e d s p r e a d : Clara Bird, Fayetteville, first; Katherine Morton, Fayetteville, second; Mrs. Louise Eads, Farmington, third. Vest: Betty Lahiri, Fayetteville, first; Mrs. John Lewis, second; Katherine Morton, third. B a b y set: Mrs. Jewel Thomas, Route 4, Fayetteville, first; Katherine Morton, second; Linda Judy, Fayetteville, third. Scarf: Juanifa May, Springdale, first; Susie Thomas, s e c o n d ; Pauline Reynolds, Springdale. third. Cape: Vallie Cole, Fayetle, ville, first; Deborah Laningham, second; Nadine Edmondson, Fayetteville, thivd. Miscellaneous: Beulah Fernstrom, Route 1, Fayetteville, first; Blanche Downing, Route 7, Fayetteville, second; Maxine Carnes, Route 5, Springdale, third. KNITTING Coat or dress: Deborah Laningham, second. Afghan: Mrs. Chas. Salverson, Fayetteville, first; Vera Guinn, Fayetteville, second; Mildred Vandeventer, Fayetteville, third. Sweater, adult: Vallie Cole, f i r s t ; Christine Klinger. Fayetleville. second; Susie Thomas, Route 4, Fayetteville, third. S w e a t e r , child: Mildred Vandeventer, first; Dorotha Rogers, Lincoln, second; Sybil Rutherford, Prairie Grove, third. B a b y set: Mrs. Chas. Salverson, first. Stole: Deborah Laningham, first. Cape: Mrs. Chas. Salverson, first; Phyllis Boyd, Route 5, Fayetleville second. Bedroom slippers: Mrs. Chas. Salverson, first. Miscellaneous: D e b o r a h Laningham, first; Christine Klinger, second. Skirt 14-19: mons, Route second; Phyllis Parham, Fayetteville, third. Sportswear, 9-10: Debbie L y n n Smith, Route 4, Springdale, first. Sportswear 11-13: Donna Jo Simco. first; Jeanie Carter, second; Brenda Turner, Elkins, third. Sportswear 14 and older: Lee Ann Simmons, first; Linda Christian, second; Sue Taylor, Johnson, third. Best dress, junior: Lenya Kay Smith, first; Donna Jo Simco, second; Sherry Garner, Route G, Fayetteville, third. Best Dress, senior: L i n d a Christian, first; Kathy Skelton, rayetteville, second; Sherry Combs, Ekins, third. School dress 11-13: Donna Jo Simco. first; Jeanie Carter, second; Sherry Garner, third. School dress, 14 and older: Linda Christian, first; Phyllis ag off into a ditch and apprehen its driver, the 15-year-old youth After his capture, police said the youth took them to. ai apartment at 325 W. Lafayett. St., where Fitzhugh was arres ted and the two guitar recovered. Charges are expected to b filed later today by the pro secuting attorney's office. The two are being held in Cit Jail. Cash Stolen S P R I N G D A L E -$127 in cash an were stolen froi proximately two checks a metal tray and money ba at the Brogdon Spray Supp Ccnnpany on East" Suns Avenue. The burglary occurred Tue day night or early Wednesda Police said entry -was gain by breaking the glass in tl west door and reaching insii to.unlock the door. D arham, second; Susan Russel, Route 4. Springdale, third. Coat: Debbie Lynn Simco, first. . "- Theft Reported SPRINGDALE -- A two-whe dolly and 15 furniture pa were stolen from the loadii dock at Arcade Furniture · Hwy. 71 south Monday. T yellow and blue quilted pa and dolly had been rented fro Ryder Truck Rental and we used in the delivery of furnitu :o the store early Monda Value of the items is sees mated at 165. Obituary ONT1NU12 rROM PAGE ONE) say that that entire matter is der study." A short time later, he' was kojl whether his statement vered all persons connected tli Watergate. "That is cor- ct," he said. On Wednesday, Hushen said s statement "should have :en broader to say the Presi- mt's pardoning power is what under study." The original answer and in- rpretation created a wave of sngressional criticism, of any 'ised messages public awareness anket amnesty plan. Senate Republican Leader ugh Scott said on Wednesday at Ford's position as stated i Hushen had been misunder- ood. In a statement read by cott to reporters, Ford said a ardon study is "made for any cquest concerning pardon ol n individual." "However, . no inference lould be drawn as to the out- ome of such study in arij ase," Scott said after meeting ith the President. Later, Hushen said he wante o emphasize "we're not going throw in the wastebasket any also told reporters equest." But he long on a presidential flight to "orth Carolina "there nevei r as any consideration of blan et amnesty or pardons. . . ." Meanwhile, Special Water ate Prosecutor Leon Jaworsk ·as. described by those familia' th his thinking as strongly pposed to pardons granted in ividually or across the board iut Jaworski made no public omment. Hospitals To Advertise Their Problems Hospitals In Northwest Arkansas, members of the American Hospital Association (AHA), are supporting the association's sponsorship of tele- At The Library On display at the Fayetlevllle through their homey back- increase the ser- Ices and problems faced by lospitals today. The messages, paid for by the AHA are designed to show /viewers that hospital care has mproved and that rising costs are necessary to provide quality care". The association also lopes the "messages will increase hospitals' impact and influence in Washington D.C. and throughout the nation." The SOsecond spots, to be televised nationwide for a month during the major network evening newscasts, wil deal with outpatient services to the community; hospita 1 em- ployes and costs in terms of improved services and technology. The association has retained an international advertising agency :to develop, the .'"advertising" program according to a release sent out by the AHA. The messages will be seen on CBS Cronkite Public Library is a collection of Beatrix Potter books and ceramic figures. The figures arc true to the color tones and hues employed by the author and illustrator in her books for children about hedgerow animals. The illustraUons and corresponding figured are representative of the best in English watcrcolor art. Generations of young children since 1900 have been charmed by the quaint and distinctive wbrld created by Beatrix Potter where rabbits, mice, kittens, hedgehogs and. foxes don hats, coats, and. ties and meander Sept. 16-October 12 during the Walter Seven Mexican Aliens Arrested In Springdale S P R I N G D A L E -- Seven Mexicans were arrested Wed- esday morning and charged as Ifegal aliens. The six men and one boy are being held in the ipringdale jail until federa" mmigration authorities trans port them today to Little : Rock. The seven were apprehended Wednesday when Officer Jerr Tedford spotted a car with eigh occupants driving on West fiuntsvillie Avenue. Tedford stopped the car to ask the subjects' identities bu only the driver, Shermai Schrader of Pea Ridge, coul speak English. Schrader sail the seven passengers had been employed at the T and Building, Inc., for the past feu months. At the police station, a Span ish teacher from Springdali High School .helped the polici in speaking' with the seven. The seven arrested wen identified BS: Jesus Quijado, 18 of Jolaquate, Mexico; Calixtc Peres, 30, of Machvala. Mexico Santana Perez, 26, of Matejua Mexico; Jaime Quijada, 19, o Juanjuato, Mexido; Rogelio Lopez, 17, of Ri Brano, . Mexico; Guadalup Limon, 19. of Machvala Mexico, and Benitio Perez, 2! of Matejula, Mexico. news broadcast on NBC with John Chancellor and David Brinkley and on ABC with Howard K. Smith and Harry Reasoner. Health care professional will e seen doing their actual jobs. 3 ersonnel from Northwestern lemorial Hospital in Chicago vill appear in all four spots, ictors.will portray patients and amilies. Each message contains trie .ag line, "Hospital people know vhat they're doing and 32 -nillion lives a year depend on t." The 32 millioin is the umber of acute inpatient ad- nissions to the nation's hospi- als' during 1973: It · does not nclude more than 233 million visits to outpatient facilities during that period (65 million o emergency rooms alone) ecause it is virtually impossible to convert the number of visits into actual patients. Area hospitals are publicizing the program within their insti- :utions and the AHA feel the 'spots" will help make the jublie understand and appreciate hospitals and the people who work in them and increase morale of hospital employes. Phillips Found Guilty Of Assault Raymond Phillips,, Route 10, Fayetteville, 'was found guilty in Washington Circuit Court Wednesday of assault with a deadly weapon. Circuit Court Judge Maupin Cummings sentenced Phillips to one year in the state prison and fined him $250. The conviction came as a result of June 6, 1974 incident in which Phillips shot J.V. Arbuckle, Route 10, Fayetteville, Knife Assault Is Reported Mark Troth of Lambda CM Alpha Fraternity was treated and released at Washington Regional Medical Center early this morning after being attacked with a knife by an u n k n o w n assailant while walking along South Duncan Avenue. Troth told Fayetteville police that he was walking to his girl friend's house about 12:30 a.m and had just passed the inter section of Center Street anc Duncan Avenue when a car stopped, and one of the occu pants asked if he wanted a ride Troth said he told the man tha he only had a short distance to go and did not need a ride. At this point. Troth related the man got out of the car am started to scuffle with Troth The man had a hunting knife and Troth suffered several cut, on his stomach and right arm. Troth said that he manage; to knock his assailant to th ground and fled. He said th man got hack into the car an drove away. three times with rifle. a .22 caliber Armed Robbery Reported Today An armed robbery in fron of the Zion Church on Buttc' field Road was reported to hav occurred about 5:20 a.m. th morning, according to a spoke man from the Washingto County Sheriff's Office. Melvin Huskerson, 1212 Coo; er Dr., Springdale, told officia he was driving on Butterfie Road when three men slandin beside a late model red ca possibly a Mercury, flagged hi down an dprctended to be o of gas. Huskerson said the men the robbed him at gunpoint an drove off, taking two carlo of cigarettes and $6. Huskerson was not able describe the men. ounds. The Bcswick figures give ree dimension lo the illustni- ons and niliar, indeed make these lovable creatures me alive. Jeremy Fisher, Tched on a lily pad, holds butterfly sandwich. Tommy rock leans forward with his ck full of baby rabbits, uchess comes calling for spite of mouse pic. Beatrix Potter's fame began len she privately published Tale Of Peter Rabbit in 00. War'ne Co. began ublishing her small, illustratec ooks shortly thereafter anc ill continues. Devotees ol eatrix Potter can visit the rm property and the original rmhouse at Saurey in Lanca- ire where she lived for 30 ;ars before her death in 1973. IB lived close to nature and er pet animals served as odels for her work. The' Items displayed are on an from Frances H. Hudko ho has collected them over period of 15 years.' (CONTINUED FROM PAGE advised foreign. residents to J| stny indoors, ;·,' The airport in Addis Ababa,; was reported closed, and cotn-'j merciul communications tor Ethiopia wore cut. .' Burlier, reliable sources In.! the Ethiopian capital reported.- that the military had detained the emperor's only daughter, Princess surviving* Tcgagne-' Work, who is the wife of an! aristocrat accused of massive embezzlement of public funds. .. The sources said the dclen-l tion of the princess could signal' the roundup of other, members! of the royal family. , .: The Armed Forces Coordinating Committee a group of; anonymous officers who have been direcling the gradual mill-: tary takeover of Ethiopia, has accused the emperor and the feudal 1 andowners who with him controlled the country of embezzling millions of dollars,encouraging bureaucratic corruption and doing nothing to alleviate the , effects of the drought which In the past two years killed an estimated 100,000 persons. ! Drug CONTINirED rBOM PAGE OWE) pokesman, conceded there was risk in giving the information reporters ahead of time be- ause if the word got out, some f the quarry might slip the et. As a safeguard, radio and elevision reporters were ex- luded from the briefing and an embargo was imposed to keep le story oft national news wires until the raids began. . Feldkamp said the agency vasn't concerned 'about news- apers on the 'East .Coast using ae story before midnight but wanted the information with- elsewhere, particularly in Western states where the raids were to be concentrated. However, the embargo was iroken by one news service about two hours early and oth- rs followed suit, as is cus- omary in such cases. Feldkamp said this apparent- y came too late to alert any of he indicted persons and enable ':hem to evade arrest. tl «* People Helping People Directors of mk Funeral Service ifcjt Services: ROBBIN5, Mn. M»rt.M Miric-- Thursday, 1:00 p.m. Keola Church. Keota, -Oklahoma. Rev. Johnson officiating. Interment, Keota Cemetery. KELLCY, Mrs. Pr.nceUa E. -Thursday. 2:00 p.m. Chapel of Ntlson'B Funeral Home. Rev. ..Tommy Gabbc officiating. Interment, Sons Chapel Cemetery. *^ff HELP STAMP OUT STRANGERS None are quite so alon« ai th« atranger In town, or the newcomers to tht neighborhood. Remember your lost move you felt at the moving van pulled away... how you more than half wlshsd you'd never co me? Spar* your new neighbors feelings such as these. L*t theWBlcomeWagon Hostess bring greetings and gifts to make them feel at homa. Kelp stamp out strangers. Call Welcome Wagon today at Phone 443-5438 er 442-8111 WELCOME NXWCOMERSI UM (till coupon la IH u» know you'ro hor*. AdtfrvH City ( I Pkm n«v» I ho Wolcomo Wagon Hottest call on m*. ( ) I would lik« to tubtcrlko to the N.W. Ark. TIME* ) I already tutucribe to tho TIMES. nil out tho coupon and null tt TIMES, Box D, Fayrttovlllo, Ark. Calculator Stolen An electronic calculator was stolen in a Wednesday night burglary of American Air Temp, 18 E. Township Road. The burglary was discovered at 4:42 a.m. by Patrolman Bill Foster. Foster said he found the front door to the building standing open. MRS. BELLE PHTLL1PS Springdale -- Mrs. Belle K Phillips, 77, of Springdale, died this morning in the Springdale hospital. Born Nov. 1, 1895 in Pettigrew, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Williams, she was a Baptist. Survivors are one son, Derow of Springdale; one sister, Mrs. F^nny Graham of Poteau, Okla. and one grandchild. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Sisco Funeral Chapel with burial in Friendship Cemetery. ROY MCKAIN Siloam Springs -- Roy V. McKain, 66, of Independence, SCan., formerly of Gentry, died Tuesday in Tulsa. Born March 10, 1908 in Granola, Kan., he was a cabinet maker, a veteran of World War II and a member of the Christian Church. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Lois McKain of the home; two sons, Johnny of Gentry and Michel of Tulsa; two sisters, Mrs. Vera Brannon and Mrs. Vina Potter of Granola and two grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 10 a.m. Friday at the First Baptist Church of Gentry with burial in Gentry Cemetery under the direction of Wasson Funeral Home. ^0tt!jtotst Srfeantf SKnusf Founded I860 MI N. TEart Are. Fa«tlertlle, Art. 7CTJI Published dail? and Sunday except January 1, July 4, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Second Ctasi Pos'jige Paid at Vayetieville. Ark. MTMBKR ASSOCIATED PHESS Tfte Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for repubtlta- tlon of aH local news printed In Uill newspaper if well Ks ell AP new« dispatches. KATES Effective ft**er 1. 1973 Home DeltTery l"er month by carrier · ?3.a 83n£l« copy dally lOc, Sunday 25c U.S. Hill In Washington, Benton, Madison Cam* ties,'Ark., Atjalr Cto., Okla.: 3 months . _^_ fi months --~ 1 YEAH dtr Box Section Outtlda abov* ooontl**! S monUi« ,__ t monlhf __________ 1 YEAR . ISM 16 M SO.HO 40.00 . 13.» . 18.00 34.09 HI, MAIL SUNGTtrFTTOM iMTABLE IN ADVANCE MRS. MIDA PORTER Mrs. Mida Jane Porter, 85, of Sunset died Wednesday in a local hospital. Born July 2, 1889 at Sunset, the daughter of J.L. and Mary Skelton Dockery, she was a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors are four daughters, Mrs. Verla Tackett and Mrs. Eileen Tuck of Faytteville, Mrs. Bonnie Barnett of Clemson, S.C. and Mrs. Rosemary Bryant of Erlangen, Germany; two brothers, John Dockery of Winslow and Robert Dockery of San Bernadino, Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. Cora Osburn of Sunset and Mrs. Essie McCracken of Greenland; 16 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Funeral service will he at 3 p.m. Friday at the Black Oak Church of Christ with burial in Sunset Cemetery under direction of Moore's Chapel. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! · Ii yon cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONE 442-6242 Dally 5 to 8:30 p.m. Saturoay 3 to 8 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. I NEED YOUR HELP.. TO HELP WASHINGTON COUNTY If I am elected Sheriff on November 5th, here is what I pledge to do: * Work night and day to clean the drug pushers and crooks out of Washington County. * Establish county-wide law enforcement. Any request for assistance will be answered rapidly and properly. * Establish an open, efficient and secure Sheriff's office * Hire only the most qualified men and women and see to it that laws are enforced quickly and impartially. Washington County deserves a qualified and efficient Sheriff! I offer over 11 years experience in military police, military . ' intelligence, criminal investigation and sheriff's deputy work. I have specialized in drug detection and control and have letters of commendation from prosecuting attorneys and judges on my work. ! am a graduate of numerous military and state law enforcement schools and courses. IF I AM ELECTED SHERIFF OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, I WILL BE THE SERVANT OF ALL THE PEOPLE ... AND NOT. THE TOOL OF A CHOSEN FEW! BUT I NEED YOUR HELP! WILL YOU HELP? I need volunteers to help in addressing letters and post cards to voters, in telephoning voters, In distributing campaign literature, in making calls on voters. If you want to work and be a part of (he Sheriff's office, fill ia and send this coupon. Yes, I want to help HERB MARSHALL become the 'honest-to-goodness' Sheriff of Washington County I Pi can address cards or letters. ( D Place campaign literature in the public view. D Make telephone calls. HI I am unable to work, but I will contribute money, (no more than $5,00, please 11 SEND TO: HERB MARSHALL FOR SHERIFF COMMITTEE, 504 ;West Lakeview Dr Springdale, Arkansas 72764 . ' ELECT HERB MARSHALL WASHINGTON COUNTY SHERIFF NOVEMBER 5,1974 Pol ad paid for by Marshall for Sheriff Committee, Truman Yancey.Temporary Chairman,

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