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Arfcoruos TIMES, Friday, Sept, T3, 1974 FAVETTEVILLI, ARKANSAS Better Check The Calendar Two youngsters make the!' way through the snow that left two inches on Ihe ground In Ihe Denver suburb of Little- ton Thursday morning. According to the calendar, summer sfill has 9 days left, but you might have a hard time convincing some folks. (AP Wirephoto) County's Public Defender Program Receives Grant Washington County's public defender program has been funded tor another year by the Governor's Commission on Crime and Law Enforcemenl. The commission Thursday awarded the county a federal grant of $29,300 to continue the program. A spokesman for the public defender's office said the funds will continue the program at its current level for another commission also gave Madison County a federal grant of.$4,150 for additional person- year. The nel. Sherriff Ralph Baker said the grant was a second year funding of the county's current deputy sheriff. The group also made a grant of $330 to Springdale for law enforcement training and one of $476 to Rogers to send Police Chief Jack Cole and a criminal investigation sergeant to Central Missouri Slate University for a course on homicide investigation. The commisision approved $339,103 in federal g r a n t s throughout the state. Rabbit Show Winners Named Judging of the Rabbit Show exhibited in the livestock arena at Ihe Washinglon County Fair was compleled Thursday. Winners are: COMMERCIAL DIVISION Junior does: Orvil Games Route 8, Fayetteville, first and second; Carol Hoerres, Rout 2, West Fork, Ihird. Junior bucks: Orvil Carnes first and second; Carol Hoerres third. Senior bucks: Carol Hoerres firsl; Manley 'fate, Fayette ville, second; Karen Davenporl Prairie Grove, Route 2, third. Does and litter: Gregj Haney, Fayettevillie, first; Caro Hoerres, second and third. JUNIOR SHOW Buck: David Howard, Elkins Farmington, Phil Davis, Wins low, Mark Brewer, West Fork Mark Powell, Fayelleville, Keith Carnes. Route 8, Fayetleville first; Bryan Delozer, Route 1 Springdale, D a v i d Walker Route 2, Springdale, Keit Carries, Shane Downing, Elkins second; Terry Hooks, Roule 1 Farminglon, Carson Tale, Fay etteville, thirid. Doe: Lee Capwell, Spring dale, Tracy Hoerres, Wes Fork, Vickie Blevins, Route 2 - Elkins, Keitih Carnes, firsl Keith Carnes, Lee Capwel James Suagstad, West For! second; Lee Capwell, Rober Lynn Beaty, third. Litter: Danny Reminigton Lincoln, first. Player Stolen SPRINGDALE--A tape playe was taken from a truck owne b y the Walker Brother Machinie Shop, 109 Park Stree The truck was parked next t the shop for Ihe past 30 day The $50 lape player was nc discovered missing until Th 1 day. Police said a coat hange may have been used to unloc the vehicle. 212 K. rasi Aye. FajreffCTltle, Ai*. 7HW PnV.ishtnJ dally and Sunday «« January 1, July 4. Thanksgiving and Cnrtstmas. Second Class Postage Paid at VayetfevUle, Ajk, TEMBKR ASSOCIATED TRESS The Associated Press Is f n M t i e f l exclusively to the use tor republic* tlon of all local news printed In (Jill newspaper as well as all AP news dispatches. SUBSCIUPTION RATES Effective October 1, W13 Horn* Del [Terr Per month by carrier ·. $3,2! Hnfl9 copy Jail» IQc, Sunday 25c U.S. Mall In Wa.shlnjiLon, Benton, Madlsoa Counties, Arlt,, Adair Oo,, Okta.; S month* , _____ 4 raonilu _____ 1 TEAR ---------City Box Section counsel; Outilda ab t monthi S month! 1 YEAR -- $8.50 16,00 30.00 $9,50 18.00 84,00 MATT, LE IN ADVANCE Flower Show Winners Told Nina Ferguson of Route 1. ayetteville exhibited the Best Show in both the fresh and ry categories of the flower rratrgemenls on exhibit at the "ashington County Fair. Winners in the exhibition ere: Marigold, small; Nina Fergu,- on, first; Mrs. Bascom White, pringdale, second; Mrs. Chas. alverson, Fayetteville, third, innias, small: Mrs. Bascom Vhite, first; Nina Ferguson, econd; Monte Ann Slephens, bird. All green arrangement: Nina 'ergiison, first; Mrs. John Fitzerald, West Fork, second, Mrs. rvin Dyer, Springdale, third. Black and white: Mrs. Staney Potts, Route 5, Fayelteville, rst; Mrs. Irvin Dyer, second; Irs. Bascom While, third. Crescent line: Nina Ferguson, irsl; Mrs. Bascom While, econd; Mrs. Irvin Dryer, third. County Goats Judged Thursday There were 41 animals ex- :ibiled in Ihe Goat Show at the Vashington County Fair. This is a larger number lhan . past years for the show vhich is also one of the newer xhibits at the Fair. Judging was completed ant be winners are: GRADE GOATS Junior kid: Jeanne Sizemote Route 1, West Fork, first itanley Potts, Route 5, Fayette 'ille, second. Senioor kid: Stanley Potts 'irst; Kjerste Geri Ramsfield Route 1. Winslow, second; M :rews. West Fork, third. Yearlinrgs: Geri Ramsfield irst; B. Fahlen, Roule 5 ·'ayetteville, second; J. R. Zal 3 rairie Grove, third. Fresheners: S. Potts, first; J I. Zal, second; Shelly London Vinslow, third. Mature milkers: S. Potts irst; F. Hoerres, West Fork second; J. R. Zal, third. Junior champion: Geri Rams Senior Polls. Reserve Ramsfield. champion: Stanley champion: Ger Dairy herd: S. Potts, first J. R. Zal, second. FRENCH ALPINE Senior kid: M. Crews, firs and second. Junior champion and reserv champion: M. Crews. Senior champion: C. Hoerres Grand champiion and reserv champion: M. Crews. NUBIAN Junior kid: S. Polls, first. Senior kid: Geri RamsfleU. firsl; S. Polls, second and Ihird Yearlings: S. Polls, firsl, B Fahlen, second. Fresheners: S. Potts, first. Mature milker; S. Potts, firs All the championships in thi breed went to animals exhihite by S. Potts. C. Hoerres was the only e hibitor in Ihe Saanan breed an his entries received championship awards. all th EOA Board Sels Meet The Board of Directors of Ih Economic Opportunity Agenc will meet at 7:30 p.m. Septem her 19 in the hospitality roo of Ihe Ozarks Eleclric Cooper livo on Wedinglon Road in Fa etteville. The agenda includes electi of nominating and excculii committees, consideration the agency's personnel manu and discussion of upcomin elections of low-income repr senlatives to the Board. Bill Clinton Democratic ca didate for Ihe Third Congre sional District will attend an an invitation has been extende John Paul Hammerschmidt. The meeting is open to th public. ^M*kM MISSED YOUR PAPER WE'RE SORRY! H you cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONE 44Z-624! Daily 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday £ to 9:30 a.m. Oriental: Nina Ferguson, rst; Mrs. Stanley Polls, third. Arrarrgemenl featuring one ossom: Nina Ferguson, first; ewel Thomas, Route 4, Fay- teville, second; Rema Carson, oute 1. Fayetteville, third. Arrangement suggesting song tie: Nina Ferguson, first; Mrs. ascom White, second; Mrs. herman Spyres, Fayetteville, hird. Vertical line: Katherine Hat- Phillips Seeks Third Term As Mayor SPRINGDALE-Mayor Mark Phillips announced .Thursday he will seek a third term as mayor of Springdale. Holding up a silver dollar used to pay his filing fee, Phillips said his doctor has certified him as physically able to do the job. Phillips. 70, 118 Cheyenne Trail, has been recuperating from a heart attack sufferec June 17. He presided over his first city council meeting in three months this past Tuesday and is gradually assuming his previous duties. Reading a prepared stale ment at a news conference in the city council room, Phillips recalled his campaign pledge o 1968: that he would be a full time office holder, "I have fulfilled that pledge,' he said. He noted the progress made in programs while he has been mayor in his statement. "" want to finsh the many Job started years ago and I wan to see other worthwhile project commenced." Asked what these new pro jects would be. Phillips said "I'd rather not discuss them now." He called them contro versial and said he'd wait unt after the election to outlin them. Phillips was questioned o whether he would make an changes to accommodate h lealth, such as delegating mor responsibility to departmen heads. He replied he hoped to share the responsibility but repealed that his doctor said he was physically able. He added ,that for the time being he is trying to pace him- eld, Route 4, Fayetteville, rst; Nina Ferguson, second; iarbara Ware, Route 2, Prairie rove, third. Mixed: Nina Ferguson, first; Catherine Hatfield, second; ewel Thomas, third. Dahlias: Mrs. Dotson G. ,ewis, Route 5, Fayetteville, irsl; Hema Carson, second; Catherine Hatfield, third. Triangular line featuring arge zinnias. Nina Ferguson, irst. Old fashioned bouquet: Mrs. lascom White, first; Mrs. H.W. ! u g h e y , Baldwin, second; iazel Davis, Route 1, Spring- ale .third. Roses: Mrs. I.J. Kirkpatrick, econd. Miniature: Katherine Hatield, first; Mrs. Irvin Dryer, econd; lird. Mrs. H.W. Hughey, Driftwood: Mrs. Nina Fergu- ;on, first; Alma Potts, second; Irs. Lothar Krueger, Fayette- ille, third. Dry material: Mrs. Nina ''erguson, first; Mrs. Sherman ipyres, second; Mrs. John Fitz- ;erald, third. Obituary ·llllllUIMlinillillMM^^ MISS ELMA SHARP Rogers -- Miss Blma Sharp, 7, of Rogers died Wednesday n Ihe Rogers hospital. She was xrn July 21, 1897 in Medicine edge, Kan. Survivors are one slslcr, Mrs. ,ela Tibbult of Medford, Ore. Graveside services will be at p.m. Saturday at Ihe Rogers Cemetery under direction ol Callison Funeral Home. · MRS. THELMA MALLETT Mrs. Thelma B. Mallelt, 69 f Rogers died Wednesday in he Springdale hospital. She ivas born Jan. 11, 1905 in Da mascus. Survivors .are one daughter Mrs. Doris Scott of Rogers; one son, Thomas of Burk Burnett Tex.; four sisters and Ihrci grandchildren. Funeral and burial were tc )e this afternoon in Rogers. A.D. WILSON Rogers -- A. D. Wilson, 95 of Rogers died Thursday in Sogers nursing home. Bon Feb. 8, 1879 in Prairie Creek ;he son of Hardy and Marth Williams Wilson, he was a pain :er and a Baptist. Survivors are a number nieces and nephews. Graveside services will b Saturday. at the Rogers Cemetery under direction of Burn Funeral Chapel. MRS. MARY GUSTAFSON Rogers -- Mrs. Mary Grace Gustatson, 83, of Rogers died 'liursdav In the Rogers hospi- al. Bom Sept. 26, 1890 in Chiago, she was a Lutheran. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Constance Retlerer of Rogers and Mrs. Charlotte Anderson of Inglewqod, Caif.; one sister, Mrs. Lillian Moder oi Ihicago and two grandchildren Funeral and burial will be in Chicago. MRS. DEBRA ANN JONES Rogers -- Mrs. Debra-Ann Jones, 73. of Rogers died Thurs day at her home. Born Sept 30, 1900 in Sioux City, Iowa she was a Presbyterian. Survivors are the husband Dr. Carlisle Jones of the horn arid one sister, Mrs. Lou Roger of Cherokee, Iowa. Funeral service will be at 1 a.m. Saturday at Calliso Funeral Chapel. Man Arrested For Murder SPRINGDALE -- A 50-ycnr- Id man from FaycUevllle and th Litllc Hock was arrested Springdale Thursday for uesllonlng in cohnectioln with Pulaski County murder. Denver Samples is being held .ithout bond for Pulaski County authorities in the city's Jail. Officials from the Pulaski County sheriff's office retuscc o comment on the murder or arrest, but the TIMES lias earned Samples is wanted ir connection with the murder o a mentally-retarded girl whose body was found on Hwy. 10 near Little Rock. 'Springdale police were noli fled of the Pulaski Countj warrant for Samples and kep watch on a Springdale residence occupied by Samples' relatives Thursday evening Sample was arrested as he was leavin, 605 Thomas Blvd. The picku truck he was driving and yellow Mustang he alleged! had driven were towed to th police station. 'M. William Fields SPECTRUM FlNANOAi SERVICES CHARTERED IJtFE UNDERWRITER Thft Finest in Mf* Insurance Products :ra Hancock om« Bulldlnj. 240 North Block st Telephone: 521-5178 Fay«U*vU!e, Artanl TTItt Search Resumes i ' STIIAVEI-L, Okla. (AP) -- A earch was resumed at dawn otlay for n single-engine plane clievcd to Imve crashed near ere. Aulhorltle.! said about 100 ersons combed Ihe area 'after ic four-passenger · Beechcraft Sundowner was reported down n top of Workman's Mountain ine miles southeast of Stllwcll. The highway patrol said tha earch was suspended late Thursday night but officers torn Adair County remained overnight iri the area. IHE KNIGHTS NEEDED THEM! [f saddles hadn't been Invented in France in the curly Christian era, the bold knights of the Middle Ages could never have stayed on Iheir horses, let alona fought battles! Today saddles are usd by nearly everyone who likes to ride horses. Once your family may have enjoyed riding, too, but if their new pursuits have left still-good saddles and other equipment (perhaps a horse?) behind, sell them with a Northwest Arkansas Times Want Ad. REGISTERED BeldltiS quarter hone, live years old, eentle for rfilldrpn, litso Iwve saddle, blankol «nd bridle. *HO. xxx-xxxy. · ; It's just good horse sense to dial 442-G242. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS. FBI. SAT. ONLY self in his duties. P h i l l i p s announced Roy Bowman of Bowman and Associates would handle his campaign publicity. He is opposed in the Nov. 5 general election by two men, Dave Adair, 30, and Donald Miller, 48. Fair City ICONTINTTED FROM PAGE ONE) gan in early 1974. "A large number of groups have since continued their con- ributions in labor aha" expertise md, in a unique joint effort by the Fayetteville and Spring- lale school systems, a scientiti- ally equipped nalure sludy cen- er is under construction in a 85 acre section that will, by board resolution, be left in its natural state for a minimum of 50 years. "The park, second largest imunicipal) in the stale (640) icres), also offers a wide var- ety of sports and recreational programs." The Yotifh Bridge story is another program that involves a jreat amount of citizen participation, Marinoni said. The story is summarized in ;he application: "Youth Bridge opened in the spring of 1974 and is a network of residential care and treatment sellings for troubled boys and girls between the ages of 12 and 18. "The project, which has three lomes offering both short and long-term placement, has been a major effort involving a large number of citizens in the community. "Concern for juvenile residential services first became apparent in 1971 after, an opinion poll of area citizens established this service as a high priority need. At that lime, the only alternative for local youth in need of residential care for any reason was the county jail or inclusion on a waiting list for admission to facilities in a distant part of the state. "All too often youngsters were'sent to juvenile correctional institutions because of a lack of alternative facilities. "After the poll, a planning group was established to develop program and staff, secure funds and acquire property for the proposed facility. Some citizens felt that this planning ·group was not acting quickly enough and opened a home in January of 1973 for emergency placement. The original planning group continued its efforts and purchased a home in the fall of 1973. "The major contribution throughout the past year has been the successful effort lo merge Ihe newly aquired homes inlo a viable therapeutic network. This past fall the Iwo groups invited a third home to join the newly acquired homes into was launched in the early days «f 1G7/I " J J (CONTINUED FHOM PAGE ONI) Breazeale once again jumped int o the electric cart, which provides speedy transportation over the grounds for officials and checked out the minor accident. Returning to the office with a red whelp on his forehead, Braazeate ruefully admitted he had run into a half-concealed taut wire. The red whelp matched his disposition a short time laler after he considerately returned admission money to a couple with a five-year-old girl who claimed they had come to the Fair only for the carnival, anc were disgruntled because the rides were not in operation. They were followed in rapic fire order by two young men making the same assertion Their admission was also returned, but not for long, when it was discovered they were on Iheir way to the Midway and not out the fair gate. Dealing with petty larceny Is only a . minor problem-solving activily. It takes the .marshalling genius of a general to co ordinate all the things which go into staging the county fair. Countless hours of work am planning cannot foresee all the problems which arise and have to be handled on the spur oi the moment. All of this is com plicated by rainy weather which cuts into the fair receipts am the ability of the association to meet the premium payments and to make the needed im provements to the fairgrounds. The thankless job was re fleeted by one superintenden who wrote at the end of a pre mium book, "I won't be bac' next year." Chances are how ever, he will be back for thi fair officials are dedicaled ti their task of maintaining thi slandards which have been se over the years. Many people enjoy the oppoi. tunily to view prize exhibits anc to share in the excitement o the carnival atmosphere on th Midway. This was proven whei an Idaho county fair outdre\ Evel Knievel's ballyhooed Jum over the Snake River Canyon. The tinisel of the carnival ma become tarnished with ma turity, but it still shines bright! for youngsters. There is littl' to match the excitement o being whirled high into the ai it's an important of 1974. 'I think _ _. thing from the standpoint of civic pride," Marinoni said of Ihe try for the award. "A city and its citizens who work toward a common goal deserve a lot of credit. This application Is an attempt to see lhat they get -Igh -- ,,. a Ferris Wheel, or lef breathless and half scared t death on the wilder rides. Auto Sofcty Cfwnge DETROIT (AP) _ Congrcs is expected to lift soon the re quircment that all new car carry seat belt-inlerlock sys terns. But it will come too la I for about a million buyers 1975-motiel cars. Auto companies are alread into new, car production an will have 'an estimaled one mi lion. units with interlocks i dealer showrooms by late this month when Congress is expected to drop Ihe requirement for the safety devices. STYLER COMB Rag. 9.97-3 Days Convenient electric styler Includes 2 combs, 1 brush. Black orwhlte. 7 STYLER BRUSH Rug. 17.88-3 Daft £ 500-watt slyler, with 8-ft. cord, dries, styles hair easily and fast. Charge il. 15 Kmart CAN OPENER Reg. 7.57 AM/FM RADIO Reg. 32.37 Enjoy AM and FM sounds on contemporary model. COOKER-FRYER Rtg. 9.79 ~3 Day* Automatic electric. S'/i-ql. capacity. Stews, simmers, deep-friesl Glass cover. COFFEE MAKER Reg. 11.88- 3 Days Parly perk brews 12-30 cups. · Automatic time / temperature control. MOVIE CAMERA 72 Reg. 87.47 OAF XIA10 3 Days Super B Movie Camera. FI.l lens Auto Exposure Control. THE ROTOMATIC Reg. 729.88 - 3 Days Slide projector with auto, timer, F2.8 lens, editor. Save now. 108 Reg. ! 19.88 G.E. COFFEE POT 10 cup automatic coffee, maker. See through J gauge, 2-3 cup mini- " brew basket. · ^^ .· 17 Restaurant Bombed MADRID (AP) _ A powerful bomb rocked a restaurant only a few yards from police headquarters in the center of Madrid today. Witnesses saH at least six persons were killed and bclween 20 and 30 were injured. Police neither confirmed nor denied the estimates. Some of the victims were believed to be police officers eat- inj; at the restaurant. EDiVIEWER® SORT H FILE* · _^V ^fc JL ^fe R*9' jy^F^y fl*c- S^? 19.84 * JQ 7.68 *Q Edits; previews and Slide sorter and ·plices Super 8. groupslklefije.. CLOCK RADIO f»g. 27.97-3 Day t Solid-stale AM / FM digital clock radtowtth "wake to music" feature. Charge tt POCKET RADIO SUNLAMP ^ *9 ,%* Battery*-operated Adjustable lamp; .AM/FM radio. goggles included. 24 Kwy. 7i B r Ho? Hii s Mve in Fayetteviiie, Ark,

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