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Northwest Arkariui TIMES, Monday, Oct. 14, 1974 FAVETTEV1LLE. ARKANSAS Obituary ' OSCAR 0. LOFTIN Prairie Grove -- Oscar 0. Loftin, 68, of Prairie Grove died at his home Saturday. He was born 'June 27, 1906 near v · Morrow, the son of Henry and ;, Florence Walton Loftin. was a "'retired farmer and member of -..r.Uie Church of Christ. ""He is survived by the widow. Mrs. Lillian Sharp Loftin of the home; two sons, Jimmy Dale '{· of, Springdale and Aflon of vi'Tulsa. Okla.; a daughter. Mrs. :r;icephine t rGrove; Sears of Prairie five " step-daughters, Mrs. Blanche McCardy ol ""Springdale, Mrs. Norma Ray '·Reed of Summers; Mrs. Myr- i5«an. West and Mrs. Geraldine $[cDonald, both of Lincoln and '*" , Carol Adair ol Farming four brothers, Ernest ol Diego. Calif.. Orvil am of Morrow and Vernon o pringdalc; 16 grandchildren ^nd five great-grandchildren. O Funeral service'will he 2 p.m ··jEuesday in the Prairie Grove Sjiuirch of Christ with buria -·yuneral Home in Antioch Ceme- :ery tinder -the direction of loore's Chapel. MRS. M A R Y BREWER Mrs. Mary Addie Brewer, 81, if Fayetteville died Sunday in a Fayctteville hospital. She was orn' April 1, 1893 at Rudy. Ark., the daughter of William i. and Srila Craddbck- BbweiY, and was a Baptist. She is survived by six daugh- .ers, Mrs. Velvia Thomas, Mrs Joyce Teague and Mrs. Marie Rogers, all of Fayefteyille"; Mrs. Allene Howard of Fullerton, Calif., Mrs. Helen Ball of Woodland,' Calif; and Mrs. Betty Clark of Springdale; a son, the Rev. Burl Brewer of Westville, Okla.; a sister, Mrs. Julie O'Kelley of Rudy; 19 grandchildren, 30 great-grandchildren and .: .nine great-great-grandchildren: -Graveside services -will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Cemetery Hill Cemetery under the direction of.Moore's Chapel. Inflation Has Not Reached Soviets MOSCOW (AP) ^- Almost daily the Soviet press virtually chortles about inflation in capitalist countries. The implication is that it doesn't happen here. "Clouds on the economic horizon." read - a big headline recently in the Communist part y . . o r g a n Pravda. inflation, ANGIE PETTIGREW v £ Mrs. Angle May Pettigrew, ,^9. of Fayctteville died Sunday '^si a local hospital. Born April 1.J8. 1885 at Double Springs, she ·*yas the daughter of George and »'3Uary Pool. ',·'. She is survived by one daugh -Jer, Mrs. Georgia Hall of Fay- ;*£tteville; one sister, Mrs. Tiny : «Taylor of California; one grand- .-·ion, Jack Hall of Fayetteville ·\anfl three great-grandchildren. -'-· Funeral services will 'oe at · 2 p.m. Tuesday at Watson's Mortuary with burial ir. the Farmington Cemetery. THE WEATHER Elsewhere Immunization Clinics Set For This Month In County By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hi Lo Prc Otlk Area News LYNN R. WALLACE Lynn Robert Wallace, 79, of Rogers died Saturday at Rogers .f cMpmorial Hospital. B o r n . Jan. £-28, 1895 at Harris, Kan., he had ^"taught school for 45 years and ;Vserved as a school administra- in Kansas for 34 years. He Hubcaps Stolen Russell Smith of Waco, Tex. told Fayetteville police that four hub caps were stolen from his car Saturday afternoon while he was attending the Arkansas-Baylor football game. Smith said his car was parked at the intersection of Razorback Drive and Maple Street. Windshield Smashed SPRINGDA'LE -- A rock was thrown through the windshield of a H.R. Vowell truck Saturday night or Sunday morning. Driver of the vehicle Roger »;;had retired in 1965 and moved |Ramey of Fayetteville told Rogers in 1973. He was a J-"member of the First United ;.i-Methodist Church of- Rogers, : -_the Masonic Lodge, the World .·'/--·War I Barracks and the Ameri- Xcan Legion. Hutton Wallace of the ;;liome; one son, Lynn Jr., of i'i'Fort Smith; one brother, Ted :' : ;of Kansas City, Kan.; one sis- · j -Mer, Mrs. Zazelle Wallace - o f .'.'.'West Palm Beach, Florida; and 1 '.'··_· two grandchildren. · ;- Funeral 'services will be I-.; Tuesday at 3 p.m. in the First p; United Methodist Church of K.Rogers with burial in Benton V County Memorial Park Ceiris- '7'tery under direction - o f - B u r n s 1 'Funeral Home. ·:. : MRS. MARY WATSON ..-, Mrs. Mary Hatlie Froc.li Wat- £·· son, 83, died Sunday in Fayette- O yille. She was born July '9, 1891 I'*: in L i n c o l n , the daughter '-· of Jake and Mary Barker ^~ TT. 1_ · f survived by her . hiis- James Henderson Watson »of the home and several nieces ,~. Frock. ' ',*i:She is ;·" and nephews including £· Julie Moore and Mrs. Mrs. Kate ' Elam, both of Prairie Grove. .;,"·: Funeral service will be 2:30 p: p.m. Tuesday at Prairie Grove «v Presbyterian C h u r c h with J j burial in Prairie Grove Ceme- police he left the truck parked at the 71-Truck Stop overnight. Saddle Stolen SPRINGDALE -- A saddle, valued at $250. was stolen from a storage building at Jimmy Dale Bowen's residence on North Old Wire Road Saturday night. No signs of forced entry were found on the building.' Theft Reported SPRINGDALE - A combination radio-tape deck, eight tapes, a suede coat and four spoke hubcaps were stolen from Ihe Fred Champlin residence at 1301 White Road. Police said the burglary occurred Sunday night. Estimated loss is $450. Guitar Stolen An electric bass guitar valued at $185 was reported stolen by Steven Hill of Niblock Trailer Park on West End Street Sun- d.ayy-Eayetteville police reports said that'the guitar was'taken from room A12I at Pomfret Hall sometime Saturday while H i l l ' w a s in the p r o c e s s of moving. ' ; ' . Albany Albu'que Amarillo Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Birmingham Bismarck Boise - ... Boston : . ' Brownsville Buffalo Charleston Charlotte Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Denver Des Moines Detroit Duluth . Fairbanks Fort Worth Helena Honolulu Houston - -. Ind'apolis Jacks'ville Jujieau Kansas City Las Vegas bittle Rock _ Los AngeleV Louisville Marquette Memphis Mimai Milwaukee Mpls-St. P. New Orleans New York Okla. City Omaha Orlando 54 30 65 53 57 51 40 38 77 48 80 55 80 54 64 34 69 37 ·60 38 86 68 57 44 81 54 78 54 62 5 4 65 60 60 54 66 33 53 46 57 52 45 44 43 34 87 68 50 23 87 73 -82 73 66 60 80 64 .04 cdy .05 cdy .41 rn cdy cdy cdy cdy clr unemployment, strikes and the rest of the West's economic woes were detailed in the story. To a great extent Western style inflation doesn't exist in this planned and lightly controlled economy. But inflation is sneaking in. as. the Soviets reach out to the West tor capi tal investments, technology and finished products. You can still ride on the Moscow metro subway for five kopeks, the rate for 25 years. -At current exchange rates the ride costs the equivalent of only 6V4 cents. Milk has cost 19.2 cents for a half liter for several years. Medical and dental care and education are free. Thus a Soviet citizen who is content to live with the drab basic needs provided by the state has not felt the pinch suf- 'ered by citizens of the developed Western countires. This is even more true given the fact that wages have moved up a bit in the past few years Mrs. Roy Clinton has been a p p o i n t e d a s Washington Comity chairman of the "Every Child in 74" Immunization program. Mrs. Clinton directed the program last year. This year's program, she said, is designed to reach an estimated 85,000 cdy cdy .29 rn cdy cdy .46 rn rn .01 rn .20 rn .21 cdy .11 rn cdy cdy rn clr clr -01 cdy rn cdy 44 42 1.06 rn Phoenix Pittsburgh Pt'Iand Ore. Plland Me. Rapid City Reno Richmond St. Louis Salt Lake San Diego San Fran Seattle Spokane Tampa Washington Barn Burns S P R I N G D A L E -- Fire I Cover-Up '$jj (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) ij? the end of the day Wednesday. ££ He said he then would schedule £-; oral arguments. · £5 Nixon also was subpoenaed vj by the prosecution. Haldemah X* said he is asking that a sub' l*f poena be issued. £t In asking that the subpoenas · V? be quashed, Nixon's lawyers fee said the former President re- fr, quires three to six months addi- ··£·· tional treatment for phlebitis. · i£? Both Ehrlichman and Halrfe- 1J man asked that the trial be de*- layed and each also requested i*S a separate, trial. Sirica denied ^ Ehrlichman's request. Halde- 1"5 man's, which used much the ·'jf\ same arguments, primarily the K unavailability of Nixon as a de- ·2H fense witness, still was pend- ·£· ing. ·Ct Both' former White House ","', aides said they needed Nixon's ·~i\ testimony to support their ver- IX sions of unrecorded conversa- £«-* tions in which they indicated J- they either knew little of the J»" cover-up or had advocated full ·· disclosure of the involvement o! T-' re-election committee officials fl; in the Watergate bugging and t'-- break-in. destroyed a small hay barn on Daniel Snider's property on County Line Road, a quarter mile east of Lowell Road, early Sunday morning. Cause is- un* 58 51 85 59 , 8 4 54 '·'78 60 69 60 48 45 80 52 81 ,76 58 52 - 54 47 85 61 63 54 73 56 55 46 85 69 69 ,57 86 63 68 58 52 31 52 31 68 34 75 30 78 59 76 55 66 40 73 62 83 54 59 43 - 6 3 3 1 88 68 . 75 62 .34 clr clr rn cdy .01 rn cdy cdy .05 cdy .62 rn cdy rn rn .14 cdy .01 cdy cdy cdy clr rn 'cdy cdy clr clr cdy .91 rn clr cdy clr cdy clr cdy cdy to an average $225 a'month. But there is more to the stop than comes out of Soviet stalls tics books and the Soviet press as it recounts with thinly masked content the galloping inflation in the West. Most foreign observers here feel that if Soviet consumer, could get a crack at more o the higher qualityV consume: goods which are commonplaci in the West, every kopek the; earned would tumble out o pocket books and savings bank LO chase after the items; ; in nation. Western style, would b here. Premium price tags go o anything that emerges into th luxury class of consume goods, either produced hen brought in from more high] developed. Eastern statellit communities or the West. ' NiW YORK STOCKS Opening PriCM FurnliMd by A. C. Edward* a, s.x . Ark Best Corp . Amer Tel Tel Ark La Gas 19' 26 Baldwin ' 5 Campbell Soup-. Central S W . Chrysler . .. Del Monte Dillards ; 10 Easco .':· A G Edwards ..'4 Emerson 28 Exxon '. - . . . 6 6 Ford The DPT combination vaccine for diphtheria and pertussis should be given in a series of four doses, beginning about two months of age. The first three are given at intervals of four to eight weeks, and the fourth one a year, later. An additional booster is recommended at age five and boosters til en given every ten years. Immunization for measles, mumps and rubella can be given at one year of age, either as a single injection or com binalion. If parents wait until the qhild is old enough to go to school before having them immunized they make a big mistake. Young children an most likely to get the diseasi before that time and are alsi more likely to suffer more serious complications," Mrs Clinton reiterated. ,T,lie.campaign' on a state wid basis was officially launched b, Mrs. Betty Bumpers in Littl Rock September 30. Clinics will be held from to 7 p.m. at the following date and .places in Washingto County. Lincoln, elementary schoo October 15; Elkins, communil church, October 18; Prairi Grove, elementary school, Ocli ber and Springdale, 4 B Appli gate drive at the communit center. October 29. These clinics will he he Mrs. Roy Clinton Vrkansas children under five . - · t 11 . iiicQc UIIUHJQ win uu lie ears-of age m a follow. up j esijUe the announcement tha ampaign. Unlike last year, statewide Frontier Air determined. Fire ,Ch(ef Mickej' Jackson said .the barn was engulfed in flames wn'en the first engine arrived. Several bales of hay stored within the barn were also destroyed. Sou Pac Tools Stolen S P R I N G D A L E -- An assortment of tools, valued at $750. were stolen in a burglary of the Mid Com Manufacturing Company at 1326 Crutcher St., during the weekend. ;" , Sa'ws, 'electric hand; shears, drills, socket sets, and wrenches . w e re among .the items taken. Entry was gained through two windows on the west side, one of which was broken out with a rock and the other of which was shot with an air rifle. Police Threatened By Attack Dog S P R I N G D A L E -- Police officers escaped injury Sunday morning when a man they were about to arrest released a Safeway German Shepherd attack dog ~ inside the building where he hid. Lee C. Snodgrass, 45, of 510 Berry St. fled into the Central Grease mill building on Meadow Avenue after police stopped him for questioning. Snodgrass led a growling attack dog from his car into the building where he let the animal loose. After calling Central's owner Alan Hardcastle, police learned Hardcastle owned the dog and kept him at the mill to guard it. Hardcastle told police they could enter the building if they exercised extreme caution.- Police 'did so and found Snodgrass hidden beneath a stairway. He was arrested for assaulting an officer, resisting arrest, flight from an officer and driving while intoxicated. Gen Growth 13'/ 2 Gen Mtrs 35'/ Gordon Jewelry 6 7 /fc- Intl Harv 2% I-T-E Imperial -12% J C Penney M'/a Levi Strauss 18% Ling Temco '.'..-. 10 Marcor i6'/i Pan Am World Air 2% Phillips Petro 38% Pizza Hut 15% Ralston mass clinics are not planned. immunizations will be given ·uring scheduled immunization clinics - of. -the- - county health epart merit' It is. estimated ' that 1,250 children in the county will cele- irate their first brithday this 'ear. According to Mrs. Clinton }y this time they should have received three doses of polio vaccine; three immunizations against diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis (whopping cough) and o n e immunization against measles and rubella. "If, a child has not received all of these he. may be in serious danger," Mrs. Clinton said. : "--' :. ' "Parents should start- their children's immunizations at two months, of age. We have a tendency to wait until children approach school age, but this leaves the c h i l d unprotected during an age when some of the diseases are most serious and most likely to strike. This means if an epidemic occurs, it is most likely to spread quickly among this age group," she explained. Mrs. Clinton also pointed out t that although. the immunizations 37 i are given without-;charge : this not charity. "The immuni- ations have been purchased by ax money and are designed for 11 taxpayers, not just the overty stricken," she said. The recommendation for oral olio vaccine calls for three oses during the first year of fe beginning at about two .onths of age. Another dose s recommended at one and a alf years, and the final dose .s to be given before entry to chool. . : all public health clinics w'ou healt Two Arrested For Disturbance Two persons were arrested by ayeltevillc police curly Sunday orning after police received o m p 1 n i n t s creaming at of the someone Cliffside railer Park, 1946 N. College ve. Police said they f o u n d man identified us Danny Lee arfield, 21, of Route 7, sliming outside a mobile home, creaming and causing a dis- urbancc. As police were struggling to ut Barfield into the patrol car, ley said, a woman identified s Miss MHz! Flowers, 21, of homasville, N . C . , began truggling with them in an ttempt to free Barfield. Both .vere then placed under arrest. Barfield was charged with ublic intoxication, disturbing he peace and resisting arrest. fe was later released on bond of $279. Miss Flowers was charged with obstructing justice and released on bond o( $79.25. Children Hurt In One Car Crash Two children were treated and released at Washington Regional Medical .Center lat« Sunday afternoon after being injured when a car driven by tliclr sister crashed Into tht side of their homo. The children were Identified by police as Tina Kindley, 7, and Julie Findley, 9, both of 1108 N. College Ave. Police said the accident occurred when the car, driven by Miss Sharon Findley,. 21, crushed into, the home. Miss Findley told police that th» accelerator stuck. Smoke Damages · Only slight damage resulted from an electrical short-circuit at the Speedway Laundromat, 1127 S. School Ave. early today. Police noticed the. building filled with smoke while on patrol and summoned the Firs Department. Kitchen Vandalized A mobile kitchen owned by Tyson's Foods Inc. of Spring dale was vandalized over the weekend while it was parkec at Wilson's Ma'rket Basket on Hwy. 16 east. Police said someone at:empted to enter the truck by breaking a lock and tearing a screen on the trailer portion. Entry was not gained. Police said, however, that 100 gallons of gasoline was taken from the truck's gas tanks. HERE'S A SPORTY IDEA!. Reel in something cool and green for a change . . . crisp cash for the family piggybank! You don't have to leave home to dial 442-6242 to place a TIMES Classified Ad. Why? To sell all the tilings the family doesn't use any more. Before you know it, you've made a great catch! Bicycle Stolen Norman Walker of 1433 N. Sarland Ave. told Fayetteville police Sunday that a girl's 21- throw out your line just ZRBCO tt combination rod and reel, pood L-ondUIon, reasonably priced for last sale. Also tackle box. Phone xxx-jixxx. It's easy to place an 18 word ad like the one above for only $6.84 for 1 week. Just call 442-6242 and place your TIMES Classified Ad between 8:00 and 4:00 weekdays, and from 8:00-11:00 434 - 34,i Sambo's - . . - 10% Sears 51 7 A Scott Paper 11% Shakespeare 514 28 Texaco 23V'a Tri State Mtrs 8% Union Carbide 41Ss United Air 28W Victor ;...... 6% Wai Mart Hardcastle said Snodgrass was not supposed to have had the dog with him. Ark West Gas mi-11% Kearney Natl '.... Minute_Man Pioneer Foods H K Porter 32%-33% Std Regis im-12 Tyson Foods . . Yellow Frt ....:....:. 2014-2114 Averages Inds up 10.63 Trans up 1.39 up .i" Utils 51? N. East ATP. FayeHeTiHe, Arfc, 7JI01 Pnttlrtiftd dally sod sonda? «sccpt January 1, Jul; 4, ThanfcsgiTlng and Christmas. Second class Postagft Paid at Fayelteville, Ark. MESBER ASSOCIATED PRESS Tne Associated Press 15 entitled exclusively to the use fpr repijbllca-^ tlcn of all local netrs printed In till! newspaper ai we!] as an AP MW* dispatcher Tape Deck Stolen SPRINGDALE -- An eight track tape deck and several tapes were .stolen from Richard Fields' pickup truck some time during the'Iast two weeks'while Fields was away.' The truck was parked at the Big Three lot on Hwy. 68 east. Police said a stick pushed through the window was used to unlock the truck, "...' " . Pot-Luck' S u p p e r , ; The monthly potluck ; supper will be held at 5 p.m. Wednesday at Hillcrest Towers. Harry Clohecy, a humorous story teller, -will be guest performer following the supper, which is onefot the activities sponsored by the Community Adult Center. BTjBscmrnoN RATES EffscttVB October J, 1973 Horn* Delivery Per month by carrier ,-- ?3.2! EGnglt copy daily lOc. Euntlay 25c TJX. Hill In Wasfilnalon, Beaton, Madura coua- llei, Art.. Ateir Cb., OkB.: Sentences Upheld LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The Arkansas Supreme Court today affirmed the convictions of Charles Hooper and Robert Westlin in Madison Circuit Court on charges of possessing marijuana with intent to deli- Authorities said the two men possessed 19 plastic containers of the drug. Each was sentenced to 10, years In prison and fined $5,000 Volume ...:.... 4,050 Commodity Openings Dec corn 3.7' Nov soybeans 8.61 Oct eggs 50.0C Feb pork bellies 67.V Dec wheat 5.H Educator Shot CHICAGO (AP) --. Dr. Clat A. Risley, 58, president of fh Worldwide Christian Educatio Ministeries, was shot to death few feet from his Chicago offic Friday. Risley was also a foi nier executive with the Worl Evangelical Fellowship and th National Sunday School Assoc ation. Cattleman Dies HOUSTON (9P) _ Robert Justus Kleberg .Jr., 78, renowned 'cattleman and president of the famous King Ranch, died late Sunday night in a Houston hospital a f t e r a long illness. Kleberg was credited with producing the Santa Ger- frudis breed, the first authentic breed of American cattle. 3 monlhf , * 8 monthi , 1 TEAR _ City Bij% Section f B.JO 16.00 30.00 ·40.00 5 monthi 6 month* i YEAR ,,.· ; t 9.50 1S.OO 94.00 lit HAH. RHBSCHIFT10M TJaXSlX W iDVAXCB -- Israeli Dies TEL AVIV (AP) -- Reuven Rubin, 81, one of Israel's leading artis.lsy-died-gunday following an' 'illness. Rubin immigrated to Israel from Romania in 1912, and studied art at the Bezalel Institute in Jerusalem. He was a founder of the Association of Painters and Sculptors in Israel. \ \l MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! If you cannot reach your TIMES carrier ;. PHONE 442-6242 Dally S to 6:30 p.m. Saturday 3 to 6 p.m. People Helping People Directors of Funeral Service Services: PLEMONSr C*rttr M. -Monday, 10:00 a.m. Chapel 6f Nelson's Funeral Home. Rev. Walter Jesser officiating, as- slated by Rev. Harold Dunham ·Interment, Farmfngton Cemetery, KENDALL, UHMrtf B, -Monday, 2:00 p.m. Chapel ol Nelson's FuneraJ Home, Dr. Joel Cooper officiating. Interment, Fair-view Memorial Gar; dens. CALICO, Jamci V. -- Monday, 2:00 p.m. Buckeye Church. Rev, Cecil Garrison officiating, assisted by Rev. Claudie Count*. Interment, Buckeye ,. : Cemetery,.. . ; . *. County Receives Federal Money Washington Judge Vol Lester said today that the county has eceived a federal revenue haring check for $174,156. ' . " The money will be used for eight different public needs in Washington County, he said. T h e -.Washington.. County irpgrams aided by th'e=. federal unds v are m" the aFeas of health, aging, ecology, planning,-juvenile, building, law en- 'orcement and transportation. Judge Lester s a i d that revenue sharing will place over $4 million i n t o Washington iounty over a five-year period. The law is scheduled to expire in 1976. It is hoped that a recent bill introduced by Congressman Wilbur, Mills (D-Ark.) will extend'the funds for an addi- lionaPfour years and shift surplus state funds to area counties, Judge Lester said. The funds are paid out in quarterly installments to the county. The major portion of the funds will be used 'For county road 'work and building department was moving into i inch bicycle was stolen from Woolsey Street in Fayetteville his front yard sometime Friday. MARTEX maintainance, said. Judge Lester CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE BOARD AGENDA For Tuesday, October 15 r 1974 : 7:30 p.m. BALDWIN "ACT 9" REVENUE BONDS Ordinances authorizing the issuance of $2,000,000 in industrial development revenue bonds and the execution of a lease agreement. with the Baldwin Piano arid Organ Company. ALLEY CLOSING Ordinance closing and vacating an alley west of Gregg Street between Prospect and North Streets. COMMITTEE -.. NOMINATIONS A report f r 6 m the Board N o m i n a t i n g Committee regarding vacancies in City advisory groups. LARGE SCALE DEVELOPMENTS Wal-Mart Properties, .for property located north of Highway 62 West, south of Old Farmington Road, and east of the Highway 71 Bypass. Fayetteville Public Schoo! System, ..for-property, located Avenue. REZONING PETITIONS R74-10, for 36.61 acres located on the west side of City Lake Road. from Low Density Residential to Medium Density Residential and Heavy Commercial and Light Industrial Zoning Districts. ·R74-12, for 21.33 acres located on Fifteenth Street just south of Shenandoah Mobile Home Park, from Low Density Residential to Heavy Commer- cail and Light Industrial Zoning District. R74-17, for 0.9 acres located at the intersection of Rock and South College Street A v e n u e - A r c h i b a l d Yell Boulevard, from M e d i u m Density Residential to Residential Office . and Central Commercial Zonina districts. 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