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Wednesday, September 25, 1974
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· Northwesl Arkanscu TIMES, Wed., Sopr. 25, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Springdale Council Seeks To Amend Rezoning Ordinance 't SPRINGDALE -- The City Council in a brief session Tuesday night passed one resolution, accepted a properly easement and heard Vice-mayor Charles McKinney explain the recently- passed Housing and Community Development Act. · 'Aldermen also discussed the addition of a few rezoning regulations and asked the ordinance committee to meet city attorney Tom Jacoway to draw up . an amendment to the rezoning ordinance. The council appointed David NEW YORK STOCKS Opening Prlcee Furnlihed by A. G. Id ward i fen Howeli; Dr. N.D. Heathman. and John Box to fill the vacancies on the, Sliilo Museum board. The three replace D.D. Deaver, Leon Allen and John Cagle whose terms expired. The new appointees will serve five year terms respectively. Aldermen formally accepted a property easement from the urban renewal agency for a water and sewer easement in the Crutcher Street subdivision. New lines were put in to replace the old ones that were -cut before discovering a few homes were still using the old . lines. In outlining the Housing and Community Development Act of · 1974, McKinney noted that under the program Springdale will receive $770.000 annually for three years. RECEIVED SMSC STATUS funds in federal grants for other projects. However, the money can only be spent for two purposes, he said. According to the law, the money must be used to meet the needs of low and moderate income people and-or to eliminate deterioration, blight or M O N E Y a G R A N T E D YEARLY The money will be granted each year after the city has submitted three-year summary plans on how it will be spent and a detailed outline of expenditures for the coining year. For Springdale to receive any money at this stage, McKinney Ark. Best Corp 6Va Amer. Tel Tel 42 Ark La Gas 18W Baldwin 6% Campbell Soup · 24 Central S.W UVi Chrysler 13V4 Obituary Del Monte 16% said the council have to Dillards 11V4 Easco 8*'8 A. G. Edwards 'I Emerson 24% Exxon 62 Ford 387s Frontier Air 4'/i Gen Growth mi Gen Molors STVs Gordon Jewelry 5 7 ,s Intl. Harv 20 I-T-E Imperial '. 12Vi J C Penney 48?.'i Levi Strauss MUS. GENEVA CHERRY Mrs. Geneva Eden Cherry. 90, of Kaycltcville, died todiiy at a local hospital. Born April 13, 1884, at Corning, Ark., she was the daughter of John and Roena Wray Eden. She was a. member of the First Baptist Church and Order or the Eastern Star. Survivors include a son, Harry, of Houston, Tex.; Iwo daughters, Janila Cherry, of the home, and Mrs. Willistine Cri- ler, of Houston; and two grand children. Funeral service will ):30 a.m. Friday at Funeral Home Chapel. will be in Corning, Ark. Ling Temco K : » Marcor approve an ordinance endorsing an application for the funds. At Tuesday's meeting, councilmen voted to authorize the Northwest Regional Planning Commission to begin drawing Pan Am World Air ....... 2V Phillips Petro Pizza Corp Pizza lint Ralslon Safeway Sears ip such an application. Following this action, Springdale funds under is this eligible for bill because the city joined with Fayetteville in applying for and receiving the status of "standard metro politan statistical community." Although the cities had to join McKinney 'We made a final comment, have to have more citizen participation in this pro- \ve ve ever had a n d planning Scott Paper Shakespeare Sou. Pacific Texaco Tri Stale Mtrs . 7 * 4 w» 32% 32?! 67% 11 . sw 26 Vi 22 8V4 he Nelsoi Buria Union Carbide 39'/4 together to acquire a large will operate the 1974 Act. McKinney enpugh population to be so designated, the municipalities separately under . s a i d the Act replaces federal funding for the f o l l o w i n g programs: open space, model cities, water and neighborhood facilities, use facilities, urban advanced land sewer, public renewal, and acquisition. Therefore, part of the $770,000 may be allotted to close out the present urban renewal programs and to finance water and ;ram than lefore." Alderman commission member, Jerry C. Clark, presented a list of recommended changes in the publicity section of the rezoning ordinance. The changes were drawn up by the planning commission earlier this year to insure belter public notice. They include getting the correct names and addresses of adjacent property owners from the person seeking the rezoning. The city would then notify these ow'ners of the rezoning petition jy registered mail ten days mm to the public hearing on ;he matter. A sign, at least two by three feel with block lettering proclaiming "rezoning", would be erected on the site to be rezoned 10 days prior to the public hearing. The city would also be responsible for this. The final change would be an increase in the cost of filing for a rezoning -- from $25 to $50. Clark pointed out that the $25 barely covers the costs incurred in the present system 26% D'.'i sewer projects. This money cannot be used toward airports, schools, libraries or city parks, McKinney 4W-5 United Air Victor Wai M a r t Ark West Gas Kearney Natl Minute Man Pioneer Foods H K Porter i Std. Register Tyson Foods Yellow Frl AVERAGES Inds down 5 -?i CHARLES VENABLES Springdale--Charles 0 Venables, 62, of Route 2 Lowell, died Monday in th Springdale hospital. Born Jun - 1912 in New York City, tb son of William J. and Lilliai J. Otley Venables, he was ? Mason. Survivors are the widow, Mrs Florence Venables of the home one son, Robert of Syracuse N. Y. and one brother, Edwarc W. of Redwood City, Calif. Memorial services will be 10:30 a.m. Friday at Sisc Funeral Chapel. MRS. NORA KARNES Mrs. Nora Lee Karnes, 86 West Fork died Tuesday i local hospital. Born April 2! B8 in West Fork, the claughte Alex and Martha Litti obinson, she was a membe f the Christian Church. Trans Volume down .12 down .32 2.400,001) COMMODITY OPENINGS December Corn · ounc . . .... 55.50 65.40 , 4.59 November Soybeans October Eggs ...... February Pork Bellies .. December Wheat of re/oning. With the new changes, an increase in the fee would be necessary. The council referred noted. He said it could be used the matter to Jacoway and the as the city's share of matching [ordinance committee. UA Student Senate Asks Boycott Oi Local Theaters In Response (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE Monday, he told the Energy Conference in that exorbitant or riga prices can ''threaten the break of world order and " f " down ty." Kissinger,. meanwhile, University of Arkansas students are urging the community to join them in a boycott of local indoor theaters. Students contend the admission price-$2.50--at all four theaters is too high. At the meeting UA student senate Tuesday night, a committee investigated theater prices around Arkansas and found the average price to be about $2 and recommended the senate support a boycott ot the theaters. The senate agreed -to begin the boycott Friday. An organizational meeting for all interested students and community members will be held at 9 p.m. Thursday in the UA s Communications Building, room At that meeting, boycott lac- to comment on his meeting with the student committee and would no tsay whether he had contacted the Memphis office yet. Thomas did say he would be in touch with the student committee if he heard from Memphis. The aim of the boycott is to achieve a price lowering at the four theaters around town. Miss Tull said she hopes a compromise can be worked out. She suggested $2 as a reasonable li.10,3 !"£·-· ,. ... Ihe General Assembly on Mon dav that the Organization^ o Petroleum Exporting Countries hi«h prices and production cii backs could drive the worl into a new general depression Both Ford and Kissinge urged global cooperation t solve the energy crisis and a range a new system of ra prices acceptable to all. Th Organization of Petroleum E porting Countries official com mented that the people of th United States and other indu trialized countries should star such cooperation by sharing the oil countries 1 Survivors are two sons, David ! Greenland ami George of ionticello; one daughter, Mrs. ola Mac Locklmrt ot Little ock and four grandchildren Funeral service will be at :30 p.m. Thursday at the West ork Christian Church wilh uriiil in National Cemetery nder direction of Watson Mor- utiry. MRS. LONA RUSSELL Prairie Grove -- Mrs. Lona lussell, 86, of Prairie Grove died Tuesday in a Fayetteville lospital. Born April 2ti, 1899 the laughter of Newt and Lottie Jrawley Stricklen, she was member of the Church o Christ. Survivors are Hie husband Bert Russell, of the home; om daughter, ,Mrs. Audrey Camp jell of Prairie Grove; one son Ray of Fayetteville and five ;r and children.' Funeral service will be at p.m. Friday at the Prairi rove Church of Christ wit jurial in Prairie Grove Ceme tery under direction of Lugin bull Funeral Home. Whitlicr, Calif.; six daugh- crs, Mrs. Ed Ilarris of Bunch, klu., Mrs. Hershell Harris of ·lackwell, Okla., Mrs. Marion anuary of Mayesvllle, Mrs. crnon Victory of Broken Trow, Mrs. Jewel Janes of iolcord and Mrs. Bud Dlckson t Carson, Calif.; one brother, Icni'y of La Puenle, Calif.; Iwo islers, Mrs. Delia Stewart of liiileyville, Okla., and Mrs. Ivelyii Lyons of Modeslo. Calif.; 57 grandchildren and 45 great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 1( .m. Thursday at Pyeatte 'uneral Chapel wilh burial in Oak Hill Cemelery. JESS JACKSON Siloam Springs -- Jess Gran Jackson, 77, of Colcord, Okla died Sunday in the Siloam Springs hospital. He was retired farmer, a Baptist and a veteran of World War I. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Ruth Jackson of the home; four sons, Edwin of Broken Arrow, Okla., Floyd of Anadarko. Okla., Clyde of Colcord and Bill (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE pared to vole for it if the talk iithon could be hailed. Bu backers of the bill fell tw votes short of the two-lhird needed to end the debate. The 64-34 roll call by whicl the debate-ending motion faile' was opposed by 12 Democrat -- all except Sen. Alan Bible D-Nev., from the South. Seve Southern Republicans and 1 conservative Republicans from other sections joined the 12 I account for the 34 votes. The filibuster originally wa written into the Senate rules t ensure that the interests small slates were not burie ujider the power wielded by tl: majority from the big states. ADVERTISEMENT -M. William Fields SPECTRUM FTSANOIAI. SERVICES CHARTERED UFB UNDERWRITER .. The Finest in Life Insurance Products SIB Halhmdr Of lice BuUdtas. 2-10 North Block St. Telephone: 521-5178 Fayelteville, Arkansai 77TOO How To Hold FALSE TEETH Securel Do false teeth embarrass you t coming loose when you eat, laug or talk? A denture adhesive can hel FASTEETH* givea dentures a ton er, firmer, steadier hold. Makes ea ing more enjoyable. For more seciiril and comfort, use FASTEETK DE ture Adhesive Powder. Denture that fit are essential to health. See your dentist regularly. Unemployed IONT1NUED FROM PAGE ONE) united with licr family. ''I guess this shows ;ou veal eun't overiirotect them." Neighborhood .youngsters alhcred around the Mechcm oino to greet Allison as she coked through the door. Police said Allison and a .nym'nlc were riding their icycles in front of the Mech- n home on Monday when r ir pulled up and a male occu ant asked about Allison's 16- ear-old sister, Melissa. Officers said that after the liildren Identified Allison ai [elissa's sister, the man pulle er into the car and sped away he car later was found aban oned. A blue jacket and one o Allison's shoes were in the car. Gunter Advances DENVER -- Second-seedei Jancy Rlchey tiunter of Liv hgston, Tex., beat Terry Holla ;ay 6-3, 6-2; and Australia' Cvonne Goolagong, No. 3 seec leteated Kale Latham 5-7, 6-3 j-1 to advance in the first day 1 competition in the $50.000 Dei r er women's pro tennis tourna nent. People Helping People Directors of in Funeral Service * Services: CENTER, Cladyi G. -- Wednesday, 2:00 p.m. Chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home. Rev. Floyd Parker officiating. Interment, Mt. Gaylor Cemetery CHERRY. Mrs. Geneva Eden -Friday, 9:30 a.m. Chapel of. Nelson's Funeral Home. Rev. Page Patterson and Rev. Terrel Gordon officiating. Inter merit, Corning, Arkansas. Tho TIMES It On Top of The Newt Seven Days a Week I THEY'RE MOVING MEN, NOT MIRACLE MEN Expert cars and handling of your household poss»sslonil» everythirigyoucan reasonably expect from the moving man. H» can't put that old, familiar rwtghbornood In · crate,,, move th« corner drug »tor« to your new home town ... bring along Johnny's old tlhool or Mary's favorlte4i«lrdr«*er. Neither can your Welcome Wagon HostwWork miracles. But sh» eon and will provide dir*c1ions to the community facilities you need, and bring with her a galaxy of glti from Its leading merchant*. Sh* awaits your call at Phone 443-5438 or 442-8111 WELCOME HEWCOMERSI U» thlt coupon to let «· know you're h«r«. Nam. Address · · · · City [ | pieaM havi ll» welcome Wagon Hoit«« call on me. f 1 l would like to subscribe 1 ' to th. *.W. Ark TIMES ( I I already lunwrib. to the TIMES. Fill out the coupon and mail to TIME!*. Box O, Fayett.ville, Ark. that special charged for of oil which leum The 201. ties will be discussed. Committee member, Lynn Tull, mentioned the 'possibility of picketing the theaters this 'weekend. Miss Tnll said her committee checked into theater prices around the stale and found that $2 per ticket seemed to be the going rate. A Malco Theater at Hot Springs charged $1.75 per ticket, she noted, in contrast with Ihe $2.50 fee at the four Malco Theaters here. She and two other committee members met wilh Harold Thomas, the local Malco manager, last Friday to ask him why prices were increased from $2 to $2.50 this summer. According to Miss Tull, Thomas would make no comment on the increase or the differentiation in prices between Fayetteville theaters and others in Arkansas. She said he said he did not price and noted rates might be in day. During the boycott, Miss Tull urged students to attend the A r k a n s a s Union theater. Scheduled movies will be shown additional times if the need arises, she said. She said she hopes t h e boycott will stop the high admission prices that she feels are designed to "rip-off the students." ment lowered primary Other them set the prices would refer the himself and matter to the M e m p h i s , Tenn., office. Thomas, in a telephone interview with the TIMES, refused Three Hurt In Two-Car Crash Three persons were slightly injured in a two car accident in the 700 block of North College Avenue lale Tuesday afternoon. None of the injuries ···re serious enough to require emergency treatment. Fayetteville police identified Ihe injured as Thurman H. Mahone, 42, of 249 E. 6lh SL; his wife, Mrs. Elvertsa Mahone, 50, 25. Founded 1SGO 812 N. End Are. Pnyellertlle, Art, 7Z»1 Published daily and Kiinda? exc January J, July 4. Thanfcsgivlnz ChrisUnas. Second C?as3 Postage Paid al Vayetlcville, Ari. and John E. Colmerauer, of Ihe Rest Haven Motel RtESIBFJl ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press Is ealitled exclusively to Ihe use [or republlca- llon of all local news printed In Ihla newspaper as well ay all AP news dispatches. Hwy. 71 norlh. Police said the 5:1 1p.m. acci- denl occurred when Ihe car driven by Colmerauer struck the rear end of a car dricen by Mahone. Mahone told police that he as southbound on Hwy. 71 and had stopped for a pickup making a left turn when he was struck by the Colmerauer car, also traveling south. Cohnerauer said he had been talking to his young daughter when he looked up and saw the Mahone car slopped. He said KATT.9 Effective October I, 1373 Home Deliver? Per month by carrier _. copy daily lOc. 13.25 Bunday 25c U.S. Mall In Washington, Bentoa, Madison Coon(Its, Ark., Adalr Co,, OkB.: S mnnlhj t rnonlha 1 YEAR , Cily Box Section TM__ Outside above counties: S months .8 months I 8.50 16.CO StlM 40.00 J3.55 18.00 31.00 UJ- MAfT, gUBSCBTPTlOKS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE he could not stop avoid the accidenl. in time to Change Stolen About $5 in change was laken in the Tuesday night burglarly of B and C Janilor Supply, 546 W. Center SI.. FayetleviHo police said. A piece of sheet iron was pried from a door to gain entry to the 'building. in Detro rigged o standard of living. There was no comment from Saudi Arabia, the largest Arab lead the successful drive Stainless Flatware Oneida Arab Emirates said his govern- oil prices only if other countries " dreds of other commodities and bled several times." mats al the General Assembly said that Kissinger had not consulted their governments 'before he and Ford launched their assault on the oil prices. One of WmARoqers j DELUXE STAINlfSS Silver--DILLARD'S--Second Floor Genuine American Ironstone Dinnerware Hand Made Silk Flower Arrangements Choice of Four Patterns: "Middlebuiy "Night Song" "Sunny Day", Mandarin ', Orig. $16 and More Orfe. 46,30 For 12 ncludes 12 earjh dinner plalea, bread and bolter plalcs, cereal bowls, cii[w, and saucer. 1 ;; p'us one each pratfcr, vegetable how], sugar with lil and creamer. Orig. 29.45 45 PC, Service for Wl includes 8 each dinner plates, breart and buHcr plates, cereal bowls, cups, saucers^ plus one plaller, vegetable bowl, su- jrar with lid and creamer. Orig. IMS 20 PC. Service for Sfrf Includes 4 each rfinner plates, bread and butter plates, cereal bowls, cups, and saurers. campaign Cane Hill (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) the county this month. There were no deaths in September of 1973. He was · born Jan. 10, 1942 in Bokoshe, Okla., the son of John I. and Dayberry. Survivors arc the widow. Mrs. Ann Napier Dayberry home: one daughter, and one son, Justin T. of Okla- h o m a City; three daughters, Tammy, Calrina and Paula Winsted of the home: one brother, John H. of Summers; three sistrs. Mrs. W a 1 d r e p and Mrs. Bea Ledgettercr of Bakersfield, Calif, and Mrs. Wanda Curtis of Phoenix, Ariz., and his parents of Bakersfield. Funeral service will be al 10 a.m. Friday al Ihe Summers Baplist Cb'Jrch with burial in S u m m e r s Cemetery under direction of Luginbuel Funeral Home. Not Exempt LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Community college construction is not exempt from the payment of the m i n i m u m prevailing hourly wage, the attorney general's office said today. Chief Deputy Atty. Gen. Rodney Parham said the schools are not recognizezd as free public schools because students attending the schools are charged tuition and fees. Free public schools are exempt from Ihe minimum wage. R E V I V A L IN PROGRESS CALVARY ASSEMBLY OF GOD 2070 North Garland MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! 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