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Nortriweit Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Oct. 2, 1974 FAYETTEVILI.I, ARKANSAS PTA Celebration, Christmas In Springdale Discussed At Meet PTA Celebration Days and Christmas in Springdale were discussed at the monthly jj m e e t i n g Tuesday of the j.» Springdale Downtowners, Inc. ij The PTA Celebration Days !:· would be fund-raising oppor- |5 tunities for the local parent-y teacher associations at Spring- '·« dale schools. Scheduled for all i day Oct. 17, 18, and 19th, the project consists of the merchants donating 10 per cent of money received from sales purchases to the PTA ot the Buyer's choice. No donation will be made unless the buyer requests it. Merchants at the meeting noted Board (CONTINUED FROM PAQE ONI) factory solution problem." An ordinance to the traffic approving the LSD plan for Wal-Mart Properties Inc. for a tract ol land located near th eintersection of Hwy. 52 and the Hwy. 71 bypass was tabled until the next meeting, because instruments c o n v e y i n g easements a n d lights-of-way dedication to the city had not been executed. The board did, however, agree by motion that it would approve'the LSD plan provided that Wal-Mart will (1) dedicate £· u five-foot right-of-way along * Old Farmington Road to the ', city and participate in an im.- provement district, should one ·i be formed, to improve and : ; widen the road and (2) grant .' the city a permanent lease for ·~. a 50-foot easement along the j- east edge of the property for I*' an extension of Sartg Avenue, -t' According to the motion, If '- all the requirements are met * the LSD plan will be approved '·' at the next meeting. 'X OTHER ACTION ·", Tht board also: ;,- --Approved an ordinance ; closing and vacating two alleys '·· In the Parksdale Addition. ·' --Appointed five persons to various city advisory groups on the recommendation of the board's Nominating Committee. Neil Albright was named to a five-year term on the Board of Housing Appeals; 'Victor Watts and Mrs. Carl Malone to terms on the Community Appearance Committee and Mrs. Ruin Ricn and Mrs. Lois Imhoff to terms on the Pollutions Control Committee. --Tabled an ordinance closing and vacating an alley in-Mitchell's Addition until the Plat Review Committee can take up the matter of drainage and util- that some merchandies might be excluded from the fund-raising event. Christmas in Springdale plans include the annual lighting program, to begin December 2 the Monday after Thanksgiving. Merchants and businessmen will participate In Christmas* festivities by purchasing tickets for prizes to be given away Tickets will be handed out to customers. One member of the Spring dale Downtowners suggeste( that the local clubs--such he Home Extension groups--be nvited to set up gift-wrappinp itands in order to raise funds C h a m b e r o f Commerce executive director Lee Zacharj mentioned the possibility of ; community music festival. A jabysitting service tor shopper: vas suggested as a custome: convenience to be offered 'bs stores Clinton Labels Gasoline Fee 'Outrageous' BENTONVILLE, Ark. (AP) -- Bill Clinton of Fayelteville, emocratic nominee for Con- ess from the 3rd District, lid today that a proposed conervatioi: fee on gasoline is outrageous." A spokesman for the Ford ad- linistration said Tuesday that conservation fee on gasoline [ 10, 20 or 30 cents a gallon is mong conservation ideas being onsidered for early proposal to ongvess. "This is a ridiculous way to pproach a problem," Clinton aid at the opening of his cam- Eign headquarters in Bentnville: "It'll hurt people terrib- It'll aggravate food costs he- drive up trans costs and spiral in- he list of suggestions a Tuesday's meeting. Hy easements. --Approved approving the an final ordinance plat of a replat for Hyland Park Subdivision, Phase Two. -- P a s s e d a resolution authorizing the mayor and city -. clerk to exercise an option to ' purchase property for a por ' tion of the Fletcher Avenue ex --· tensjon. The property is to.-be · purchased from Robert Hay for $5,604. ; When completed the extension will run from Center Stree south to Huntsville Road (Hwy 16 east). --Awarded a $5,143.64 con tract fo White Chevrolet Inc ' for t h e purchase of three-quarter ton crew cab pickup merit. for the Street Depart Santa Claus C h r i s t m a s Ihristmas music ; rograms, azaar, rounded and ou Cold And Snow Snap Records In Lakes Area By THE ASSOCIATED PRES! Cold air and early sno\ snapped records in the Grea Lakes region today. Chicago surprassed, an Get 1961. low of 36 when the nlercu ry [ell to 33 degrees. New low 'or' Oct. 1 were set in .Min tieapolis, Minn., with 45 an Duluth, Minn., with 37. Detroit had its earliest snov 'all in 100 years of weathe records there. Sawyer A: Force Base, near Marquette i Upper Michigan, measured inches of snow. Gale warnings were issue [or Lake Erie and frost warn ings were out as far south a the southern Appalachians, th Tennessee Valley and th Ozarks. Showers were scattered from New England to the upper Ohi Valley, in the Florida Keys, th Ozark Plateau, Washington an Central California. Temperatures '"jefore daw ranged from 21 at Sioux Fall; S.D., and International Fall: Minn-.i-to 83 at Yuma, Ariz. Clauses --Awarded contracts for two companies for traffic paint and supplies for the Street Department. A contract of $1,627.50 was awarded to V e P e d Controls of Oklahoma City for 350 'gallons of paint and a contract of $1,140.50 was awarded to Dave Smith and Co. of Fort I.auderdale, Fla.. for 1,875 pounds of refractory glass beads and 100 gallons of nantha. Springdale Man Hospitalized For Gunshot SPRINGDALE-- Larry Roche, 27, of Springdale is listed today in satisfactory condition at Springdale Memorial Hospital following a gunshot wound in the stomach Tuesday afternoon. Roche, who was found lying in the front yard at Don Markely's home, 2011 W. Emma Ave., told police the shooting was an accident. Found by his wife who was inside Markley's home when she heard the shot. Roche said he was holding the weapon when it discharged. He was wounded In the stomach w i f h a bullet from a .22 caliber pistol lodged in his left side, police said. 21! N. Rlrt ATe. Faj-effeFllle. Ark. 72701 PubHshed dally ar,l Sunda? except January I, July 4. Thanksgiving and Christmas. Second Craw Postage Paid «t Kayetlevllle, Art. MESIBER ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use (or republfca- tlon of all local news printed In 1hll newspaper as veil as Bll AP news dlsjvatcnes. stmscHimox BATES EffecUvB October 1, IS73 Home Delivery Per month by carrier I3.M fllntf* cop? dallj- lOc. Sundb? 25c U.S. Mill In Washington, Benton, Madison COUA. Uci, Ark,. Ailalr Co., Okte.: 3 raenUu I months 1 YEAR Ctty Box Section Ouiitd'e aixrvfl coufl 1 months .. .TM 6 months .. I YEAR 16.00 30.00 w.oo I9.SO 18.00 34.00 ALL MAO, 3TTH3CH!F-I1O.N3 FATAELE IN ADVANCE giiiiii niiiiriii!! iiiiniiii niini! iiiii iniiniiii! iiii! iiiii niiiiimiuiiiiinniMinmniitimii agg it'll Sirica ause orlation ation. "I think it's just more of the ame," he said. "They want to ight inflation by hurting the ittle people. How can you pro- ose tax relief [or middle anc ower - middle income people nd then turn around and do vorse to them by making them lay 10 to 30 cents more a gal- ori for gasoline." Clinton is opposing Rep. Johr aul Hammerschmidt, a He iiiblican, in the Nov. 5 genera ilection. Clinton said he was contin uing to stress the "failure o Congress as a whole to solve,, . ... he economic problems of this District Courthouse for Obituary CLYDE HADLEY Bontonville -- Clyde Herbert' ladlcy, 70, of Bcnlonvillo died Tuesday at Bales Memorial lospiUil. Born March 4, 1904 n ditty, the son of Alfred J. and Emma Stipes Hadley, he vas a retired farmer. Survivors are tour sons, Harold and Mitchell ot Bentonville, Eavl ot Hiwasse and Alfred ot Berryville; eight daughters, Mrs. Lucille Allen of Hindsvillc, Mrs. Dorothy Lynch of Berryville, Mrs. Ruth Ann Vaughn and Mrs. Joan Young of Wichita, Kan., Mrs. Ona Thomas and Mrs Mary Jean Moore of Golden City, Mo., and Mrs. Vera Lou Rodden and Mrs. Alma Rodden of Bcnlonville: one brother, Walter of Knob; two sisters, Mrs. Alice Calico of Hunisville and Mrs Ida Dooley of Pueblo, Colo.; 36 ountry and especially their in- ibility to change federal gov- rnmeut policies which are mrting the people of this dis- rict -- the small farmer, the m a l l business people, relired ·eople and wage earners." He said he believd Ham- (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) and attorney Kenneth W. Parkinson, also are charged in the conspiracy trial. Sirica heard individual rea sons why 90 of the 155 persons first called before him would be inconvenienced by serving on the jury, and he excused them. The prospective jurors were called upon to say whether health, or family reasons woulc prevent them from being housed at a motel near the U,S thi las MRS. RETA MCNELLY Prairie Grove -- Mrs. Reta Bell McNelly, 63, formerly pi airie Grove, died Saturday h louston. Survivors are two daughters Mrs. Shirley Andrews o Springs, Tex., and Mrs. Orvetta Weyel of Houston; her father "Ivcrett McClellan of Prairie ·rove; two sisters. Mrs. Golda Martin of Prairie Grove am Mrs. Geraldine Baker of Mus criminal trial expected to at the very least to the Christ mas holidays. The 65 able to personally withstand the extended jur; duty also were asked a series of questions by Sirica, includini whether they had any "moral merschmidfs voting record "is ethical, philosophical or reli me of those most responsible Sous" reasons for not standing or the fact that we have in- lation and country." recession in this Higher (CONTINUED FHOM PAGE ONE) went into effect tor 3.5 million e d e r a 1 workers. President Ford had- sought to- delay the increase until .Jan. 1 but was overruled by the Senate. --The Civil Aeronautics Board approved an air fare discount plan for United Airlines that would cut some fares by 25 per cent. -Presidential Press Secretary Ron Nessen said the White House is not considering gasoline rationing. --The estimated cost of major military weapons increased $16.?.oiUjon..ini the three months ended in June, mainly because of inflation, closed. Meantime, in judgment of others. The 05 who survived the firs day's general probing will hea- more questions from .the judge in a private session Thursday. Meanwhile, Sirica was to pol another 175 persons today 01 their availability for the trial The survivors from the seeom pool also will also face addi tional questions Thursday. buildings might b to purchase basi the Pentagon dis- USDA said in a report Tuesday that "the growing season came to an end [or much of this year's corn crop'' as the result of early frost the nights of Sept. 21 and 22. Frosts also stopped soybean development in the Midwest, raising concern that the harvest will be reduced further. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE O.7E day average not exceed milligrams per liter (mg-1 This was revised upward to ^ mg-1 in the new permit. Als suspended solids content wa revised from 25 mg-1 to 40 mg "or a five-day average. TIME NEEDED Grimes said the city reque :ed the changes, not in an a :empt to circumvent th requirements but b c c a u s 'we needed a reasonable tim period in which to ex;;!OLV t! jroblem, conduct tests and p :he best method into use." He pointed out that an EPA- 'unded study is currently underway to determine the most : easinle method o r -ewaijo treatment for the area. Several; alternatives are being con- 1 siclered, including a regional plant to serve the entire North- vest Arkansas area, as opposed to a separate plant for each city. "We have to be careful in implementing any new system without considering the cost factor as well as the ecology [actor. We have to try and do this in the most cost effective manner possible so that no u n - i qpwiMrnai c- A T.o,crt«*.KT« K,,..rl~ n ,,,:iT I Of nirt^jL'AljL^--A mercial allowed _ _ . quotas of natural gas and elec ricity at normal .prices; bu raduated surcharges might b collected on excess use. Large commercial building probably could reduce their us of electricity some 10 to 20 pe cent, the FEA source said. --Home owners who insta insulation or storm window might be allowed to deduct to 30 per cent of the cost from their income tax payment. --Industries might be quired to develop energy con servation plans subject to fee eral approval, hut the FEA has not indicated how such plans could be enforced. Clinion To Address Local DAY Chapter Congressional hopeful Bil Clinton will address a meeting of the Favetteville chapter o! t h e Disabled A m e r i c a n Veterans at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 2' in the basement conference room at the Veterans Adminis tration Hospital. DAV president Leroy Baugus said all interested persons are invited to attend the meeting. Rep. John Paul Hammer schmidt is scheduled to speak io the Sorinsdale DAV chnnler Oct. 11, Baugus said, though a time and place for the meeting has not been s,et. Theft Reported Energy (CONTINUED PROM PAGE ONE randchildren and 10 great- randchildren. Funeral service will be at :30 p.m. Thursday at the litly Chapel with burial in lifty Cemetery under the irection of Burns Funeral lome. DAN RICKETTS Siloani Springs -- Dan W. toketls, 92, ot Gentry died uesday In the Siloam Springs ospital. Born Jan. 11, 1882 in hio, he was a retired business- lan and a Methodist. Survivors are two sons Dan V. Jr. of Springfield, Mo., and lichard M. of Tulsa; one aughter, Mrs. Reola Eldridge [ Gentry; five grandchildren nd eight great-graudchildren. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Gentry Jnited Methodist Church with burial in Gentry Cemetery ndcr direction of Wasson ^uneral Home. $13 Million Estate Bypasses Relatives MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich. AP) -- A Mncomb County in iistrialist lias bequeathed Hie ulk of his estimated $13-mil- 011 estate to his nurse, his gnr- ener and his dogs and ex- luded'his relalives. In his will filed Monday with le Macomb County Probate Court, Sumner D. Lamkins, 82, resident and sole owner of the tew Haven Foundry, named .ucille Hahmeyer as his benefi- iary. Mrs. Rahmeyer, a registered u r s e, served as Lamkins' ousekeeper and "confidante" fter nursing his mother during ler terminal illness 20 years go and his late wife, who died in 1967. Lamkins died Sunday in St. 'oseph Hospital whore he had jeen a patient since suffering a' icart attack Aug. 1. His estate will consist of pro- kogee, Jack Okla.; two brothers McClellan of Prairie rove and Archie McClellan o Hawthorne, Calif.; five grand children and two great-grand children. MHS. BERTHA HOOPER Huntsville -- Mrs. Bertha Ellen Hooper, 81, of St. Paul died Monday at a Huntsvill lospital. Born Aug. 16, 1893, a St. Paul, she was the daughte of William Tweedy and Mary Tweedy. She wa of the Methodis Ann Marrs member Church. Survivors include two sons Howard of St. Paul and Ewe of Brea, Calif.; a daughter Miss .Hazel Hooper of St. Paul six grandchildren and tw great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be at i.m, Thursday at St. Paul Bibl Church. Burial will be in River side Cemetery under directio of Brashears Funeral Home. Items. Stolen SPRINGDALK-A burglar! of Kathy Whisenhunt's horn Tuesday afternoon resulted the theft of money from a glas jar, an iron, a pocket knife an several Indian head pennies Mrs. Whisenhunt told police thi is the third time the money belonging to her children, ha been stolen. Entry was gaine by removing the screen an climbing in the hedroom win dow. Memphis Area Schools Advised To Build To Withstand Quakes ceeds from the oundry and a sale of the wholly-owned rucking company, W. H. Fron Light Rain Predicted By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Precipitation: Occasional ight rain northern half of the state today. No rain tonight and Thursday. Rainfall amounts generally less than one-half nch. Drying Conditions: Relative lumidity will f oe 60 per cent or greater today and tonight and ess than 60 per cent from midmorning until after sunset Thursday. Dewpoints: Mostly in the up per JOs to low 50s today decreasing to the mid 40s tonight and Thursday. Dew: Little or none this morning due to cloudiness anc winds but moderate to locally leavy Thursday morning, drying off by late morning. Sunshine: Around 30 per ceni of possible sunshine today anc near 80 per cent Wednesday. Winds: Northeast six to 1! miles an hour today and tonight. MEMPHIS (AP) -- School of-| ticials in a tri-counly area around Memphis have been advised to consider building future schools to withstand earthquake damage and, perhaps, to restructure some existing schools. A two-year $150,000 study on earthquake risk in the Shelby County, Tenn.. DeSoto County, Miss., and Crittenden County, Ark., area has concluded that 60 per cent of casualties during a daytime quake would be among school children and faculty. A preliminary report on the seismic risk study was released Tuesday. The study, conducted by Memphis State University and MH Engineering, a local firm, also concluded that an earthquake comparable to one that devastated the Alaska Coast in 904--which registered eight on 10-point scale--probably could ccur in the Memphis area nee every 200 years. The last major earthquake in his area occurred in 1811-12, esulting in the formation of Reelfoot Lake, Tenu. "Statistically, it's not prob- ible that an earthquake this ize will happen during our life- ime or the lifetime ot a struc- ure (school building), but it is lossible," siiid Warner Howe, consulting engineer who re- eased a preview of the reporl o school officials from the tri- county area during a meeting of the Memphis Board of Education. FUTURE SAFETY Howe said risks of life loss ind damage should be taken nto consideration for future lublic policy. The big risk, he said, is the number of people within a building during an earthquake, which is one rea son school bui'dings are highly exposed, he said. Clarke M n n n . engineer and a partner with Howe, said the trl Briefcase Sfolsn A black vinyl briefcase con taining personal papers and i grey cloth bag containing ar list's, supplies were stolen from a car parked at the Majestic Lounge on West Dickson Street between 10 and 10:30 p.TM Tuesday, city police were toll early today. Edqer Stolen Fred Fullerton, manager o :he Glendale Apartments, 63 Putman St., told police tha someone took a lawn edger valued at more than $300 from storage building at the aparl ment complex between Monday imd Tuesday afternoons. ADVERTISEMENT -- Helps Solve 3 Biggest FALSE TEETH Worries and Problems ConAldor a denture -adhesive. FAS- TEETH* Powder don all of this: 1) Holp3 hold uppere and lowers longer* firmer, steadier. 2) Holds them more comfortably. 8) Helps you eat more naturally, why worry? TJse PASTEETH Denture Adfo. elve Powder, Dentures that fit are essential to health. Be* year dentitt ncularly. ounty area lies on top ot tha cw Madrid fault; which is mong populous ureas most ulnerable to earthquake dam- ge in the United States. The area rests on 3,500 feet of aliment before reaching bed- ock where the fault lies somewhere between Memphis nd Little Rock," Mann said, ediment does not absorb trong earthquake vibrations as fell as bedrock does, he said. The two engineers suggested rat school officials seriously onsider construction of f u t u r e chools--and perhaps consider ^structuring some existing chool buildings--to withstand arthquakc damage. "At this point we don't know ,ow much' it would cost lo nake buildings sate from arthquake damage," said flann. There are a number of wava o reduce risks, he said, in- luding strengthening buildings, )hasing out old buildings and reducing building occupancy. Citizen Access Is Strengthened WASHINGTON (AP) -- .Ths Senate has approved a compromise bill to strengthen pubic access to government dou- ment under the 1966 Freedom of Information Act. The legisla- .ion now goes to the House for 'inal congressional action. It is designed to make it easier, quicker and less costly for citizens to obtain access to government documents under the 19C6 act. T3 Men Killed JOHANNESBURG, South Africa CAP) -- At least 13 workers were killed and 14 seriously injured when a truck carrying 65 men and a truck loaded with and collided on the outskirts of Johannesburg, it was reported loday. The accident occurred late Tuesday. J W Stock Trailer Repair Now Open for Business in Prairie Grove · Replace floors · Repair electric brakes · Also have some used stock trailers for sale Jerry Webb Wayne Villines Phone 846-3616 or 846-2598 Open 24 hours. Chicken House Destroyed By Fire SPRINGDALE-A house burned to the chicken i round early today, destroying 15,000 chicks. When Springdale's fire department joined the Hindsville firemen at the blaze on Hwy. 68, one mile east of Spring Valley, the structure was already on the ground. Owner of the house, Rita Hawkins of Route 1, Hindsville, said the house was on fire when she awoke this morning. Cause is undetermined. Estimated loss is $31,875. reasonable burden will placet! on the citizens in area or on Grimes said. j 16 pillows t!l f;: goods and were hairdryer, other household stolen from the Reynolds, ' n d d i i o n , " h e continued, "any method we come up with! will have to protect the ecology j h o ' w e e of the area to the greatest (he o r " , ' n , degree possible. For these re*- mltcd lo« ^ TM, sons, we have to have a reason- ~ c _-L ls .ATM-_ to the were left unlocked while were gone. Esti- is $80. able time period to study the situation and implications." EFFECTIVE MAY 1977 The new permit will be in effect until May of 1977 when a new permit will be required but "by that time we should have figured out a way to slove the problem,!' Grimes said. The reason for waiting a few days' before signing and returning the permit, Grimes said, is to allow Springdale time to work out a few minor details with the EPA. Indications are, he said, that the difficulties will be resolved in a few days. "Since we've been going through this thing together, we should slick with it," he said. Senate Funds Florida Preserve WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Senate has passed and sent to the White House compromise legislation authorizing expenditures of $150 million in federal funds to establish the Big Cypress National Preserve in Florida. The legislation produced by a House-Senate conference committee provides for acquisition of the 576,000 acres of Big Cypress over (he next six years by the Interior Department. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! 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