Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 10, 1974 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 10, 1974
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Northwett Arkonjo* TIMES, Thurs., Oct. 10, 1974 FAYITTIVILLI. ARKANSAS New Administrator Named For Regional Medical Center K. M. (liick) Benninghoven, [Hospital of St. Louis and St "")., has been Louis Christian Medical 33, of St. Louis. Mp, appointed administrator Washington Center. Regional Medical The six - tool, red - headed, Texan, w h o is expected to assume duties of .'the position Nov. 15, is presently ad- m i n i s t r a t o r of Christian St. Louis, Mo, Center, his career as personnel and NEW YORK STOCKS Opining Print Fumline ned by A, O. EdwantS ft Ark Best Corp ............ 6'/a Amer Tel Tel .......... Wh Ark La Gas ............. 18% Baldwin ................... 6% Campbell Soup .............. 24 Central S W ........... .. 14 Chrysler .... ....... . ...... W* Del Monte ............... 17% Dillards ..................... 10 Easco ...................... 9 A G Edwards ............. V/t Emerson .................. 26% Exxon ..... .............. 66V4 Ford Frontier Air Gen Growth Gen Mtrs Gordon Jewelry ... Intl Harv I-T-E Imperial .... J C Penney .,,.,.. Levi Strauss 36 37% 6% 2214 . 12'A 40 16 Benninghoven has been in hospital administration since 1969, starting director of p u r c h a s i n g a t Children's Medical Center in Dallas. He holds the bachelor and masters degrees in business adminis tration, with majors in management finance and counseling, f r o m East Texas State University. He has served as administrator of the Medical and Surgical Hospital at Bonham, Tex. and assistant administrator of the Ponca City Hospital, Okla. He went to. Christian Hospital of St. Louis in 1971 as associate administrator and was prompted to the top posi- SURPLUS GENERATED During his tenure the hospital generated its first surplus in years and he administered a capital equipment expenditure program which exceeded the combined capital expenditures of several previous years. Christian Hospital is a multi- hospital corporation comprising 399 beds. Christian Hospital Northeast, part of the complex with 400 new beds, is expected Obituary illlllllM^ RAY GOODGION Hay E. Goodgion, 61, of Oklahoma City formerly of Winstow, died. Monday at wn Oklahoma City hospital. Born Sept. 28, 1913. at Montague, Tex., he was a veteran of World War .11 and was a carpenter. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Tatania Goodgion, of the home; a son Fred, of Topeka, Kan.; a daughter. Mrs. Velda Brotherton of Winslow; t w o brothers. Roscoe, of Oklahoma City, and James, of :McAlester, band, Joe E. Felber of the home; two sons, Craig Vincent and Mark Dana of San Marcos, Texas; - h e r parents; and two sisters. Mrs. John Riley of'Gar- nerville, N.Y., and Mrs. Philip Maddalena of Houston, Tex. Funeral services will be conducted at Bromley, Kent, England. of Houston, Texas, Mrs. Flora Nicholson ot Clinton, Mrs. Vcl- mn Diuican of Winslow and Mrs. Helen Woods of Fayetle- vllle; (our brothers, Clyde, Charles and J.T., all of Houston, and Curtis of Agawum, Mass.; and seven grandchildren. Funeral service will be 2 p.m. Friday at Winslow Assembly of God C h u r c h with burial in Okla; "four sisters.'.Mrs. Reed, of Winslow and Allie Mrs. OBERT M. UNDEM Mcllroy Bank Names New Administrator Obert M. Undem has been named executive .vice president- administrator of Mcllroy Bank. Hayden Mcllroy, chairman of Leona Radza, Mrs. Sylvia Chandler and Mrs. Stella Fowler, all of California, and seven andchildren. . Graveside services will be 2 m. Friday at the Vaught emetery. Mountainburg. Ocker uneral Home, Van Buren, is charge of arrangements. , MRS. LAURA MILLIGAN Mrs. Laura Mae Milhgan, 90, Fayetteville, died Wednesday a- local rest home. Born Jan. 1884, at Cass, the daughter William Allen and Emaline ill, she was a member of the lurch of Christ. Survivors include several clces and nephews. Funeral service will be at 10 m. Saturday at Moore's Chap- the board announcing and the president, appointment Ling Temco .............. 10V4 Marcor ............. ..... 16V4 Pan Am World Air ......... 3 Phillips Petro ............. 3814 Pizza Hut ............ ..... 15M Ealston ...... . ........... 35K Safeway ____ . ........... ... 33% Sambo's .................... !1 Sears ..... ............ .... 49tt Scott. Paper ....... ....... 1056 Shakespeare .............. 4% Sou Pac .................. 27 ] A Texaco ................ ... 23% Tri State Mtrs ......... .. 8V4 Union Carbide ............ 40y 4 United Air ............... 27% Victor ..................... 5% Wai Mart . ............. .. 12% Ark West Gas . ......... 11-11% Kearney Natl .......... 4%-5% Minute Man ............ IVt-ZVt Pioneer Foods .... ...... 414-454 H K Porter .......... 32^-33% Std Reg ................ 11-11% Tyson Foods .............. 6-6n Yellow Frt ............ 19-19% Averages Inds .................. UP 20.03 Trans .................. «P 4.25 Utils .................. "P 2 - 46 Volume .............. 7.700.000 Commoidty Openings Dec corn ................ 3.80 Nov soybeans ............ 9-l» Off PECS .............. Ofi.tJU Feb pork Mines ........ 69.00 completed a graduate level summer session in hospital ;xecutive development at St. Louis University. He served In the U.S. Marino Corps at Camp Pendleton, Calif.. Quanlico, Va. and Okinawa from 1959-63. He is married and the father of three children. The appointment was voted to open in a year. Benninghoven has recently said, "The addition of executive and banking his ex perience svill be most important to the bank and its customers as the past growth of Northwest Arkansas continues." Undem since 1970 has been engaged in private practice in Tulsa, Okla. and Minneapolis Minn., as a consultant t unanimously by the center's Board of Governors Wednesday night. The vote came in an open board session following day-long interviews with board mem- b e r s , administrative and medicaV staff personnel. Ken Bartholomew, chairman of the board's Search Committee, said that C5 applicants had been screened during the process of finding a successor for Richard Williams, who resigned as administrator in July. Dale Ducote, assistant adminis- Dec J J V I I V u^in~-J , . - , - - - . - £ . « wheat 5 - 1B trator, has served administrator. as interim Ford b a n k i n g a n d busines Accident Injures Elkins Woman A 40-year-old Etkins woman was injured Wednesday afternoon in a one-car accident on Hwy. 74, three miles east of Its intersection with Hw'y. 16. Mrs. Mae Marie Stevens ol Route 1, Elkins was treated and r e l e a s e d at Washington Regional Medical Center. Trooper Tommy Williams said Mrs. Stevens was injured when her westbound pickup overturned three times on the high- Stevens told Williams that she must have blacked out (CONTINUED FHOM PAGE fore Kissinger joined the government. --He would meet with Soviet eader Leonid I. Brezhnev prior ,o a scheduled summit meeting next year if there is need for an earlier conference. --He declined any new comment on his pardon for former president Richard M. Nixon prior to Ford's appearance be:ore a House Judiciary subcommittee on Oct. 17. way. Mrs. ' t e m p o r a r i l y , because she J remembered nothing of the ' accident. » Williams said the pickup went off the right shoulder of the highway, returned to the roadway and overturned. Arson Suspected In Bail Shop Fire management. He was associated with the Fidelity B a n k and Trust Co., in Minneapolis for the previous 12 years arii was president during the pas four years. He established trust department and was pro moted through various position before being elected presiden in 1966. A native of Glendive, Mont where his family has long bee active in ranching and farming Undem holds his 'bachelor o arts degree in economics from Minn, where he graduated cum laude in 1955 with membershi in Phi Beta Kappa. He received his master business administration degre f'r o m Harvard - Universit Graduate School of Busines Administration in 1957 where h majored in banking and inves ment management. He com pieted his doctor of law degre in Minnesota and was admitte to membership in the Minnesot Bar in 1963. His wife, Jean, and the children Steven, 12 and Caroly seven, will 'join' him in Faye teville in the near future. Mr Undem is a native of Minneso and holds a B.A. degree fro where she majored in history and education. Both have been active church, educational, civic an community service organiz tions. Undem 'served a numbe of years as a trustee of Carl ton College, the Minneapol College ot Art and Design an the Minneapolis Institute of Ar Laundromat Vandalized Thieves took about $3 in change from a coin-operated soap machine at the Quick Clean Laundry, 419 N. College Ave., sometime Wednesday evening. A coin device on a clothes dryer was also taken and the door to the office damaged. Police said the soap machine had been pried open and the small amount of money inside taken. The door to the office had been pried, but was not opened, police said. The owner, Ken Marvin, estimated damage to the dryer, soap machine and door at $30. Fayetteville f i r e m e n a r e investigating the possibility ot arson in an early-morning fire which destroyed Irene's Bait Shop on Hwy. 16 west. Fire Chief Charles McWhorter said the investigation is being conducted because of some "highly unusual events" at the shop. McWhorter said this is the third time in a week that firemen have responded to fires at the bait shop, owned by Randall Garrison and operated by Jim and Irene Martin. Late last week, McWhorter said, a box of trash was found burning in the building. At 9:45 p.m. Wednesday, firemen answered a call to the shop and found a mattress smouldering in a back room. At 4 a.m. this morning, yet another fire was reported at the shop. The last fire started in the ront portion of the building, McWhorter said. Parks Cemetery under the direction Home. of Nelsons Funeral HERBERT BENNETT Herbert Owen Bennett, 88. of Fayetteville died Wednesday in a local hospital. Born :Aug. 26, 1886 at Minneapolis, Kan., the son · of Abraham and Harriett Beadford Bennett, he was a retired farmer. He is survived by three brothers, Russell and Cyrol, both of Porica City, Okla. and Otis W. of Lincoln, Kan. and three sisters, Mrs. Edna Carpenter of Ponca City, Mrs. Mae Webster of Salina, Kan. and Mrs. Helen Hughes of Los Banes, Cal. Graveside services and burial will be at 10 a.m. Friday at the National Cemetery under the direction of Watson Mortuary. . . . · ' MRS. ELMARA HALDEN Huntsville -- V. B. \ m a r a H o 1 d e n, 54, of Star Route, K i n g s t o n died Tuesday in a ' Fayelteville hospital. She 1920 was b o r n Aug. at Benkelman, Neb., field, 92. of Route 1, Hunlsvllle dieil Wednesday in Madison County Hospital. She wus born Oct. 4, 1882 at Alabnni, the daughter of William and Snrnlv Kcstcr Porter and was n Methodist. She is survived by u son Artie of Huntsville; two daughters, Mrs. Daisy Patrick and Mrs. Ruth Worlcy both of Huntsville; [ive. grandchildren, nine great- grandchildren and three great great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be 3:3( p.m. Friday at the Presley C h a p e l United Melhodis Church at Alabam with huria in Alabam Cemetery under the direction of Brashears Funera ,I6me. . : Burial will be in the ,ew Memorial Gardens. Fair- MRS. JEAN FELBER Mrs. Jean Dameron Felber, 9. of London, England, died /Sdnesday. The daughter of obert E. and Margaret Carter ameron of Greenland, she was orn Feb. 22, 1925, at Fullerton, alif. She is survived by her hus- .. NOR MAN B. McDANlEL Lowell -- Norman B. McDaniel, 73, formerly of Lowell, died daughter of Rufus and May Martin Dean and was a member of the Rebekah Lodge. -Survivors include her husband, Lewis Holden of the home; four brothers, Lien Dean of Oglla, Neb., Harold and Doyle Dean both of Greeley, Colo, and Ben Dean of McCook, Neb; two .sisters, Mrs. Vera Mendenhall of Oglla and Mrs. Rosalie Holen of Denver, Colo: and her mother Mrs. May Dean of. Benkelman. Funeral service will be 2 p.m. Friday at the Church of Christ at Kingston with burial in Kingston Cemetery under the direc tion of Brashears Funeral Home. Springdale Man Avoids Collision, Wrecks Truck SPRINGDALE -- A Spring- ale man was injured Wednes- ay afternoon on Monitor Road -hen he left the road to avoid _ head-on collision and lost con- rol of his pickup truck. Wade Beard, 43. of Route 6 vas treated for head injuries and released at Springdale ilemorial Hospital. Beard told state police he was driving north on .Monitor Road vhen he saw a car rounding curve and traveling south in lis lane.. The car was trying o pass a gravel truck, Beard said. Beard swerved to the right, leaving the road. .In trying to return to the road Beard lost control of his car, traveled across the road and overtruned off the left side of the road. Neither the gravel truck or car stopped. · · ; . , · · Trooper Tommy Baker said Beard appeared to have taken the proper, action to avoid head-on collision. Monday at Houston, : Tex., where he lived. He was born Oct. 9| 1901, at Lowell and was raised and educated here. Surviving are a brother, Ott D. McDaniel of Lowell; a half- brother, Byron P. Goodwin of Sulphur, La., an'ci a sister, Mrs. Alice Reynolds of Perth Ambuy, N.J. Funeral service · and burial were Wednesday at Houston. CECIL RHODES Cecil Alton Rhodes, 59. of Winslow, died Wednesday in a local hospital. Born July 3, 1915 in Remington, Texas, the son of Henry and Arvella Ennis Rhodes, he was a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors include the widow, Wrs. Ella Rushing Rhodes of be home; two step-sons, James 2Iark of Houston, Texas arid Billy Clark pE Winslow; five daughters, Miss Laura Rhodes MRS. STELLA HATFIELD Huntsville -- Mrs. Stella Hat- Cider Press Stolen Mrs. Gerald Smith of Rout 8 told sheriff's deputies that an antique cider press was slolei 'rom her home overnight. People Helping People Directors of jpk Funeral Servlc* l£f Servlcesi RHODES, Cecil Alton -- Friday. 2:00'p.m. .Winslow Assembly of God Church. Rev. Oran Paris officiating. Interment, Parka Cemetery. Welder Stolen An cleclrlo arc welder, valued t $140, was. reported stolen VcrJncsduy afternoon form the csldence ot Edgar Cress, ile 8. Cress told Fuyeltevllle police hut tiie welder was taken oinelime Tuesday or Wed- csday from the front porch ot is home. HERE'S AN IDEA TO WARM YOUR HEART! At a time when thermostat* are Down, and everyone seems to SB looking for ways to warm things up, why not turn to the WANT ADS and generate a little action that will find a happy buyer for those unused -items around the house and put a littlo cash in your pocket. Now, that's a good way to warm your heart, isn't it? , · · - · ' AVAOADO green Sears Kenmore wastifna machine, three cycles. Ihree years old, looks and works good. J93. PfcoM xX-xxxx. An 18 word ad like this ons would cost only $6.84 on our 7 day rate. If you should sell your item before the 7 days are up. just tall and cancel and we will only charge you for ther-dayi the ad ran." ''. . ' · . - . , . ' NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES CLASSIFIED ABS PHONE 442^6242 . of Winslow, Mrs. Marie Clark MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! If you cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONE 442-6242 Dally 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturaay 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 a.m. Our Family Policy automatically insures a new arrival. Or two. Or three. O r . . . m N. Eait AT.. FwKertfe, Art. TJW1 PnMshed daUj and Sunday «MT» January 1, July 4, tfcank*tf7taf ind Cbristmu. : Second Class Postage Paid it KiyeHtvffie, Art. Lecture Set On Coal-Fired Generator University of Arkansas physics professor Charles Richardson will discuss "Science and Society: the PSC (public service commision) Considers the Coal-Fired Generator" in the Physics Building, room 119, at 4 p.m. Friday. black wamuls are worth cash! HAMMON'S HULLERS ARE PAYING $ 5.°° IO E O\BS After hulling on Mammons Huller. No charge for hulling. There's a crop under your trees just for the picking. CASH IN ... take your walnuts to you; nearest Hammons Huller. .lULI.ING BEGINS OCT. 14lh PHILLIPS GROCERY, Jet. Hwy. 265-45 East Fayefteville, Ark. MITCHELL'S DISCOUNT GAS, 3 ml. West on Hwy. ( TontHown, Ark. RALPH'S CTTGO SERVICE, Winslow, Ark. BUCKLE'S TEXACO STATION, Lincoln, Ark. Under Prudential's Family Policy new additions are automatically insured--as soon as they are 16 days old--with no increase in premium. Call me and see' how easy it can be to insure the whole family with one low-cost policy. B. E. EDWARDS 443-2966 THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA a mutual Ufa Insurance company 443-2966 Choo$e from a wide assortment including:. · Colored or clear dials · Colored or clear cases · Colored or clear bands USE OUR CONVENIENT CREDIT TERMS: Budget Accounts · Chafge Plans We Accept: SankAmericard · Diners Ciub · Shoppers Charge · Master Charge · Carte Blanche · American Expres- Gordon/ JEWELERS IN FAYETTiVlUE SHOP AT GORDONS: Northwest Arkansas Plaza (4201 Highway 71 North) 0 Other Stores in Lit'tle Rock and Pine Bluff · Shop Gordon's Coast to Coast. ' 10-2-02-31 (CEMBER ASSOCIATED PHT8S Tbe AMOdiled Preu IB nulled «x* ehulvely to the aie for repablEo* ton of AH local newr printed In thii newspaper u wtU a I 4ll AP MWf «TTBflCBIPTIOX RATES Effective October 1. 1973 Horn* DeUverr ftT month bj carrier - v -- 93S Bfta OOP? tall? lOc, Bostey 35e b* Wiahinston, B«ntoa, HtdlM tin, Art.. ArUlr Ok OkH.l 1 month! 6 months 1 YEAR City Box Section Octrlde above counties: t months _ · months , 1 YXAB , KM 40.00 19.50 law M.OO AH, MAD, FATABLZ K ADVA.NCX WE WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY, OCTOBER 14 IN OBSERVANCE OF COLUMBUS DAY FIRST NATIONAL BANK I MclLROY BANK FRIDAY and SATURDAY. OCTOBER 11th and 12th LIQUIDATING IMPORT COMPANY NOVELTIES-GIFTS-ETC. Hours of Sale: 9 A.M.-5:30 P.M. BEIM^FRAIM KLIIM Oak Plaza Shopping Center 1220 N. Garland

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