2 Â· Northweil Arkanwi TIMES, Thurs., Sept. 26, 1974 FAYETTEVILLI, AKKAN1A* w SdooU A six-member team of Fay- Â· elteville teachers is the focus group for the schools' drug Â· abuse prevention program this year. The ADAPT program Â·:; which had operated in both Fayetteville and Springdale during the past two years ended :. Iri June. Five Fayetteville teachers, Rita Hardgrave and Roincy T h o m a s o n from Woodland, Shirley Durning from Ramay, Joe Slaven from Central Administration a n d Marty : Deweese from FHS, attended in ' July a training cycle sponsored : .....by the Region VII Drug Train! "''; ing.and Resource Center in San Antonio, Texas. A sixth member, Martha Agee from Uptown School, has been added to the team. THE PLAN'developed at San 1 Antonio focuses on the seventh Â·Â·-:_ grade classes and a high school class called Goal Development and Decision Making. Emphasis in these classes will be on decision making skills, values clari- t i c a t i o n , seeking available alternatives, b u i l d i n g , self- esteem, and learning to meet personal needs. The plan has as objectives to reach as many students as possible w i t h these skills and lo make the public aware of skill development as the most successful approach to prevention of drug abuse or any other negative behavior. The plan definitely aims rather than Osage Oil Wins Local Sign Dispute "It's too large, too close to the road, and probably too tall, and if we win the appeal we filed in the Supreme Court, it will have to come down," said City Manager Donald Grimes in commenting about the large sign recently erected at 1GOO N. College Ave. by the Osage Oil Co. "I think the sign is a good example of why we have a sign ordinance and why we need one," Grimes said. . Osage Oil Co. recently won a decision in Washington Circuit Court against the city in regard to the large sign. The court in its ruling declared unconstitutional several provisions in the city's old sign ordinance. The court also directed the city's Board of Adjustment to grant the variance requested by the company which had previously at prevention treatment and makes no attempt to identify the students according to past behavior. A MAJORITY of the teachers in Fayetteville schools have received training in these same skills and effort is being made to develop mini-teams within each secondary school whose goals 'Will be to make use of these skills whenever appro : priate in as many classes as possible. The mini-teams will also consider the needs for developing alternative activities in each school. been denied. The Fayetteville Board of Directors at its Sept. 17 meeting agreed to pursue the matter as far as the State Supreme Court in the hope of having Circuit J u d g e Maupin' Cummings decision overturned. While the suit filed by Osage was still in progress, the city adopted a new sign ordinance Â· with many of the same provi sions as the old one. However City Attorney JirrfSMcCord is researching the new ordinance to determine whether or not the matter can be dealt with under the present ordinance. The present ordinance as well as the old one permits a sign no larger than 75 square feet. The sign erected Wednesday by Osage has a total area of 249.5 square feet, much larger than the size permitted by ordinance. In addition, Building Inspector Harold Leiberenz told the TIMES this .morning that no permit for the erection of the sign had been requested or granted through his office. According to law, a permit must be obtained before a sign an be erected. Future ICONltNUED FHOM PAGE ONI) her former husband in Springdale. Mrs. Sandra Curry, in the home at that time, said that Jimmy Lee Curry was shot twice by Mrs. Curry when he answered the doorbell at about 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Curry then entered the louse and walked to her daughter's room. Mrs. Sandra Curry said that she heard Sabrina Marie ask who it was and a woman's voice saying "It's your mother." Sandra Curry heard two more gunshots as she ran out the jack door of the house to the home of a neighbor so that she could phone police. Sabrina Marie was found dead by Springdale police at about 12:50 a.m. shot twice in the right temple. Mrs. Sandra Curry told Springdale Patrolman Randy Carmack that Mrs. Curry had driven away in a new Ford truck. Springdale police then sent out a bulletin lo surrounding l a w enforcement agencies concerning the description and license number of the truck. Miss Brophy was killed shortly after the two murders afthe 'Jimmy Lee Curry home. "'Dotsoh was shot at about 1:30 a.m. when he answered a knock at the door of his mobile home in Farmington. Mrs. Curry was stopped by WHIT HENSMAN Christmas Seal Chairman For County Named Whit Hensman of Fayetteville has been chosen to serve as Washington County Christmas Seal chairman 'for the 1974 campaign, according to Mike Edmunds o[ the Arkansas Lung Association. Hensman, an associate at the Whit Hensman MFA Insurance Agency, said, "Although Nov. 13 is the official opening date for the 1974 Christmas Seal campaign, local residents will begin receiving Christmas Seals during the next few weeks." Of each dollar contributed, ninety cents remains in Arkansas and Washington County for the extensive part of the gram, Hensman said, remaining ten cents goes to American Lung for additional lie pro . ThE UA Students Plan Trench' Weekend U n i v e r s i t y of Arkansas French students will spend an unusual weekend Oct. 4-0, according to Dr. Gaston Fernandez, chairman of the D e p a r t m e n t of Foreign languages. The three-day get- ogether was described by Dr. Fernandez as "a total' immersion in French." Dr. Irene Bergal, assistant professor of languages and coordinator for the week end. said the University students will ex' perience a "live-in," where French will be read and spoken exclusively. Many of the students will add to their culinary talents by experimenting with French cooking. "Our French faculty members will contribute their time anc talents to help make the week end a successful and meaningful adventure," Dr. Bergal said. Beginning at 7 p.m. Friday in Room 102 of the Communi cations Center, a film based on Jean Paul Sartre's "Les Jem sont f^its" will be shown. After ward, the 15 University students will adjourn to a private home to spend the remainder of the weekend in a totally Frencl atmosphere where "hopefully' no English will be spoken. French lectures will be helc Saturday, and a reception i; planned that evening from p.m. to 10 p.m. in the home ot Mrs. Kalhy Riddick o ?ayetleville. These are open tt Trench-speaking area resident as well as University students Dr. Bergal said reservations for :he reception may be made h t e l e p h o n i n g t h e Foreig Language Department. On Sunday afternoon, the stu Jrccdlove, 44, president of Vestark Community Junior ollege since 1968 and former ^ayetteville High School coach, iied Wednesday in a Fort Smith lospilal. He was a member of he Church of Christ. Born May 8, 1930 in Fort Smith, he received his bachelor research and the development of films, pamphlets and other materials . Tax evaluate the week dents end. Assisting Dr. Bergal will be Obituary innM^ Junior College President Dies At Fort Smith Fort Smith Dr. Shelby daughter, Jean Ann of the liome; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Duke Brccdlovo of Fort Smith, one brother, Gordon ol Austin, Tex. and his maternal grandmother, M r s . Minnie Caldwell of Fort Smith. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the College Terrace Church of Christ with burial in Roselawn Cemetery under direction of Edwards Funeral Home. Honorary pallbearers will be area legislators; Gov. Dale Bumpers and Westark faculty and staff members. LONNIE COOK Springdale -- Lonnie Cook, 74, and masters degrees from the of Route 3, Springdale, died University of Arkansas and the Wednesday in the Springdale doctor of philosophy degree hospital. Born Feb. 4, 1900 in enumerators, rom Florida State University. Kingston, the son of John Wes- Â· - Â· He was coach at Fayetteville ley and Mary Dial Stanley iunior high from 1954-58 and at Cook,"he was a retired farmer he senior high school from'58- and a Baptist. Official Census Day Set Friday SPRINGDALE -- Official census' day for Springdale is Friday, Eva Grecr of the Bureau of .the Census announced today. People to be counted in the special census must be in Springdale on Friday. The actual census will last from one week to 10 days, but Friday will be used as the day by which to', figure the city's population. the city requested the special census in order to qualify for larger state funds. An increase in population would increase the amount of ; money Springdale annually receives from t h e state. . D u r i n g 0. He also coached t h e American Legion State Champions in 1950 and served as a ieutenant in the Army's Couner Intelligence section from 1951-53. He became Dean of Westark in 1964 and held that position until he became president He was vice president Survivors are Ihe widow, Mrs. Dolly Gregg Cook of Ihe home; five daughters, Mrs. Delia Gil- Him of Augusta, Kan., Mrs. Berl Deatherage of Greenfield, Calif., Mrs. Dorothy Spencer oi Springdale, Mrs. Lloyd Muore of Lowell and Bill Tucker 'of i Wichita, Kan.; four brothers public relations for the Westark Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America, a member of the advisory board cf- Sparks Regional Medical Center.and a member of the advisory council on vocational ,-'Â· technical Â· education. Â· . ' Â· Â· Â· Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Norma Jean Evans Breedlove of the home; two sons, Evan and Stephen of the home; one for,Artie of San Ardo, Calif., Arlie of Springdale, Walter of Sali nas, Calif, and Chester of Buhl :daho; one sister, Mrs. Delia faculty members Dr. John Hassell, Mrs. Margaret Clark, Dr. Raymond Eichmann and Dr. Rita Falke. Also contributing toward the program will be teaching assistants John Duval, Sally Leabhart, Judy Magyar and Janine Erema, native of France. J W Stock Trailer Repair Now Open for Business in Prairie Grove Â· Replace floors Â· Repair electric brakes Â· Also have gome used stock trailers for sale Jerry Webb Wayne Villines Phone 846-3616 or 846-2598 Open 24 hours. the census, 28 who are being rained today and Friday morning,will canvass neighbor- loods, asking residents for lames, relation to head o lousehold, 'race, sex and dates of birth. All information will be confi dential to the Bureau of the ensus. Enumerators will be able to be identified by a red white, and blue census badge. Boweri of Springdale; 12 grand children and 18 great-grand children. Arrangements nounced by hapel. People Helping People Directors of m Funeral Service JÂ£ Services. CHERRY. Mri. Qtntva Eden -Friday. 9:30 a.m. Chapel ot Nelson's Funeral Home. Hev. Page Patterson and Eev. Torrel Gordon officiating. Interment, Corning, Arkansas. HELP STAMP OUT STRANGERS None are quit* Â» alone tt the stranger In town, or the newcomers to thÂ« neighborhood. Remember your last move ...how you felt aÂ« the moving van pulled away... how you more than halfwlihsd you'd never. $ome? Spire your new wlghbors feelings such as tfies*. Let the Welcome Wagon Hosten bring greetings and gifts to make them feel at horn*. Â· Help stamp out strangera. Call Welcome Wagon too*y at : Phone 443-5438 or 442-8111 WELCOMI NfWCOMIRM UM thit cttipon lo IH uÂ» know you're her*. mm. Addr*H Clly ( } PteaM KÂ«vÂ« the Wtlcwne Wigon HoittfÂ» oil en mÂ». ( ) I would Ilk* to ivtacribe K lhÂ« N.W. Ark. TIME* I ) 1 alrudy lubicrlb* to ih TIMES. ; Fill out III* coupon and mall to Â· TIMIS. Box D, F*y*tt*vinÂ«, ; Art. . (CONTINUED IT5OM PAGE ONE) clined to endorse any form of government subsidy to the fixed incomes of the elderly. Schapp also recommended that federal payments to the poor and elderly be increased under existing Social Security and Supplemental Security Income programs. Economic policies will be considered at Ford's economic summit meeting this weekend in Washington and White House aides said changes in the tax laws are being- considered as part of the comprehensive Ford program on the economy. There were indications that tax proposals being considered by the administration would include tax cuts for low-income and possibly middle-income persons, ..with compensating tax hikes "elsewhere?; Local Relief Group Not Included In UF The Fayetteville Relief Association is not one of the organizations to receive aid from the United Fund this year, as reported in a TIMES article Tuesday. The association, which in the past has been included in the United Fund budget, did not receive a pledge for the coming year. Because of this, the group is considering holding its own fund-raising drive, according to Osar Bass, president of the association. Fayetteville Patrolmen Gene Phillips and Frank Upton around 1:50 a.m. at the intersection of Wedinglon Drive and Sang Ave. A .38 caliber pistol was found on the front seat of the pickup truck. A note was also found in Mrs, Curry's possession which stated In part: "If you are reading this or having it read to you, it will mean I did it. Which at this sorrowful hour, I mean it. No one will come near me. The kids are afraid of me, so Ihey say on the stand. I'm nothing, never was. So why fight it - I quit - nothing : ~ worth it now." TAPE RECORDING A tape recording found at Mrs. Curry's home July 21 indicated that two more victims were intended for murder the night- on which the shooting occurred. Funeral eervices for the five persons were held July 23 at the Sisco Funeral Home in Springdale. Mrs. -Curry was not charged with the death of Miss Brophy or the assault of Dotson at tha time of the initial charging July 22 in Washington Circuit Court. She pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity at that time for Dictaphone Stolen Donald Beebe of Youth Bridge Inc., 720VS W. Stone St., told Fayetteville police Wednesday Â»hat a dictaphone, valued at 5120. was taken from the Youth Bridge office sometime last Friday. the two murders. at N. Eart Ave. , Art, 72TO1 dally and Sanaa? except January 1, July 4, Thanksgiving and Cnriltaias, Bccond Class Postag* Paid al Vaytliev.Ue, Ailt. MEMBER ASSOCIATED FRE8S Th* Associated Press Is MtitlftJ er- cluslTely to the use for republic*- tlon of all local ntva printed In this newspaper eg well a an AP nÂ«7i dispatches. gCBSGlUPTION BATES EftocHn October 1, ISra Horn. Delivery Per BWnth by carrier 1-- J3.25 Ziifm copy dally I9c, Sunday 25c li WaJhlnaion, Bwfoa, SfadlKffl Oooa- t*t, tii*., JWilr Co.. c*!.: 18.50 ,__ 18.00 . 30.M abort ooont r i: f 9.50 moo 34.00 Ui, MAIL BtmSCBIPTIOMS FATULE IN ADVANCE APL Wants Increased Rales Of 25 Per Cent WASHINGTON (AP) - Representatives of Arkansas Power Si Light Co. argued at a hearing Wednesday that the utility should be allowed a' rate increase that could raise wholesale customers' bills by 25 per cent. The company said the higher rates being charged lo wholesale customers could raise revenues by about $2.4 million, but that this was half of the increase it believed was justified for an equitable return on its Investment. "VVe propose to show the earnings from wholesale customers a r e substantially deficient in their rate of return," O.V. Holeman, director of rates and research, said, reviewing arguments before the Federal Power Commission. "We're not making an adequate rate of return on this segment of the business." He nues from wholesale customers were deficient by about $4.8 million. the company's reve- Washington County Mrs. Curry also pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity for the two Ben ton County murders July 24 in Benfon Circuit Court. Trial for Mrs. Curry was originally set for Oct. 16 and 17 in Washington Circuit Court. Shorter Charged Roy Joseph Shorter, 27, Route 4, was charged in Washington Circuit Court Wednesday with illegal delivery of a controlled substance. He was arrested by Fayetteville police Sept. 20 at a car wash near the intersection of Lafayette St. and College Ave. after Sgt. Bill Brooks and a witness observed Shorter allegedly selling five sacks of marijuana lo two persons working with police. Pigs Stolen The thert of II pigs reported by Bill Dill of 1333 Hope St. Wednesday to Washington County Sheriff's office. Dill said that the pigs, weigh' ing from 75 to 100 pounds each, were stolen from his Goshen f a r m sometime between Saturday and Wednesday. R E V I V A L IN PROGRESS CALVARY ASSEMBLY OF GOD 2070 North Garland Food Stolen Don Gibson of Elm Springs told Washington County Sheriff's office Wednesday that someone had stolen CO cases ol frozen corn from a refrigerated truck parked on the lot of Willis Shaw Truck lines. Gibson told deputies that the corn was valued at $350. He said that the truck was nol locked or sealed at the time of the theft. Door Stolen Bill Graue Jr. of 2243 N. College Ave. told Fayetteville police that an ash door, valuer at $93.65, was taken from a house under construction at 405 Mashburn St. last weekend. Checks Stolen A bank bag containing two checks and a bank passbook was reporled slolen from the Arkansas Hearing Ait! Center 2101) Green Acres Road, Wed nesday afternoon, Mary Martin, an employe, loltl Fayetfeville police that the Iheft occurred while she was in another office across t h e hall. She said she left her office unlocked. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! H you cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONE 442-6242 Daily 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturuay 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. , --,, ' DIL LARD'S HAG CARPET 100% HerculonÂ® Olefin Fiber Orig. 5.99 Sq. Yd. Your Choice Of 2 Styles! Sq. Yd. A new generation of Olefin fibers! A yarn designed specifically for shag use. This fabric is virtually stain resistant and very nonabsorbent. Eliminates static electricity. Use (or wall to wall or room size rugs. 12' width. In sunflower, frosted leaf or Seville olive. Hurry . . . Limited Quantities. Carpet--DILLARD'S--Second Floor Queen Size Early American Sofa Or Traditional Sofa-Sleeper Originally $319 249 The line, the look, the inherent luxury. Now is the perfect time to start enjoying the look of^yesterday or today. Discover solid comfort and superb styling In this 3 cushion design with deep padded back and seat. Full skirt. Herculon covered and makes a queen iize bed. Furniture--DIUARD'S--Second Floor Now...Three Convenient Ways To Charge These two popular credit cards pdÂ» your Dillard's credit card .. .At All DILLARD'S and DILLARD'S Pfeifar-Blass Stores In Arkansas Open Monday Thru Saturday 10 A.M. Until 9 P.M.
What members have found on this page
Get access to Newspapers.com
- The largest online newspaper archive
- 8,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
- Millions of additional pages added every month