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Fayetteville Northwest Arkansas Times (Newspaper) - April 5, 1986, Fayetteville, Arkansas 2 a Northwest Arkansas times sat., april 5, 1986 Fayetteville. Arkansas Heifer project wants to Benefit from buyout by David Speer associated press writer Little Rock a the head of a Relief Effort which sends Young cows to needy people around the world would like to use cattle involved in the agriculture departments whole Herd Dairy buyout program but wants to make sure they go where they Are needed a these Are Good cows but we done to want to be involved with forcing cows on people overseas who Are not ready to take them a a said Alden Hickman executive director of Heifer project International the buyout announced March 28 by agriculture Secretary Richard Lyng is designed to Send nearly a million cows to Market Over the next 18 months dropping milk production in the United states by about 12.3 billion pounds Many people have called Heifer project Headquarters in Little Rock suggesting that the organization try to use the heifers coming on the Market Hickman said. A it would be working faster than we re used to doing a a Hickman said a we want to be sure it would bring about Good results not just solve a Eblem we have in the United tates. Its really a matter of timing a funds for shipping animals overseas already have been committed Hickman said. A it costs about $1,500 a head to get animals overseas a he said. A we Are shipping a shipment of cows to Jordan at the end of May about too cows. The first part of 1987 we will be making shipments to Mexico. Bolivia and Heifer project International organized in 1942, ships Heifer calves and other livestock to needy areas around the world. Under the terms of the project those that receive a Heifer can use it for milk but must pass along a calf from the animal to another needy family. The Federal buyout program is to Cost More than $1.8 billion Over the next five years. In Arkansas the Federal payments to Dairy Farmers who agree to leave the business for at least five years total $19,145,000. In the state the buyout involves 6,673 cows. 1,995 heifers and 1,199 calves. Nationwide the buyout affects 951,619 cows 340,789 heifers and 257,995 calves that will go to Market during specified periods. The us a will buy 400 million pounds of meat to help offset the Impact on the beef Market. Half that meat will be donated to Domestic non profit charitable organizations for the needy to nutrition programs for the elderly and to summer Camps the weather the Watt tar Elm Waltr temperatures indicate previous Day s Nin Ana overnight Tow to 7a m Cost Hile pre Tolk Albany Albuquerque Amarillo Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Atlantic City Austin Baltimore Billings Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Burlington it Casper Char v. Charlotte. No Cheyenne Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Columbia a c Concord a h. 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Sunday will be sunny and mild with a High in the mid 70s. The Sun sets today at 6 42 . And rises sunday at 5 55a.m. Plase photo Pri us and other child nutrition programs. The remaining 200 million pounds will be exported Lyng said. Under the buyout program the animals have to be either exported or slaughtered within 45 Days of the Sale Hickman said that would make it difficult to deliver the heifers with the training and support usually offered by the project. A the timetable for the Dairy program is pretty Short a Hickman said. A we would like to take advantage of it. We Are not prepared to take 10,000 cows unless we come up with $10 million to transport 20 injured 30 missing in warehouse fire can up Anvil i api a i i i i 11 Iii Black awareness week Fayetteville High school will be celebrating Black awareness week with several programs held april 6-17, organizers of the program pictured above Are left to right Terri Bagsby Betty Smith Ramon Bradford Woody Mccray and Tammy Barker. The first program is a gospel singing program at 6 . Sunday time photo by Richard Berquist san Francisco Apas Many As 30 people May be missing after a blast and fire levelled a Block Square warehouse injuring at least 20 people and causing an estimated $10 million in damage officials said. A search was to be conducted today said assistant fire chief Charles Cresci. The fire roared out of control for nearly four hours after it started Friday afternoon with a blast that lifted the roof off the two Story Bay View Industrial Park and Bent a corrugated steel garage door too Yards away. Twenty people were taken to hospitals where two were in critical condition. Paramedics also treated an uncounted number for minor injuries at the scene. The explosion knocked out Power to nearly 4,000 Homes and businesses in the due Collar neighbourhood of Southeast san Francisco. Several blocks remained without Power Well into the night. Before the fire was contained at 7 15 ., a column of dense smoke Rose 3,000 feet Over san Francisco Bay. It was not known How Many people May have been trapped in the building Cresci said late Friday. A we heard numbers thrown around a three people to people 30 people. Who knows hopefully it s Zero. A there were Many businesses in operation and normally at that time or the afternoon there Are several dozen people working in the building. In a sure Many got out. Some Are in the Hospital. We re trying to make the numbers add up to what there should Cresci said the search was delayed until today to give the ruins a Chance to Cool and to allow Rescue workers time to determine who was still missing from the 120 workshops and other businesses in the converted Tannery. Firemen work inside the smouldering debris of a blown out warehouse to extinguish a general alarm fire triggered by an explosion Friday at the warehouse in san Francisco Calif. He and other fire officials estimated damage at $10 million but said the figure could climb. Vince Lehmann who works at a moving company a half Block away said a woman went running Down the Street. A she was trying to rip open a Metal Fence screaming a my kids my kids a a he said she Haa to be pulled away and it Wasny to known if she found her children. The warehouse contained carpentry shops artist studios an Auto body shop paint shops and several others businesses that might have flammable materials but what caused the blast was under investigation. A i got knocked on my Back a said cabinetmaker . Sayage who was in a hallway when the blast struck. A i got up real Quick i looked up and saw everything collapsing on me so i started running out the a the roof sort of popped up and flames shot out a Saia Robert Hyatt who has an Art studio across the Street. Paramedic Danny Power who drove the critical patients to the Hospital said a one Guy said it threw him in the air and when he woke up again the roof was six inches Over his face a residents unfazed by High radiation readings car stolen a Chevrolet Chevelle was reported stolen by Lester Harvey. It. 2, Springdale according to a report filed this morning with sheriffs deputies. No further details were released. Man reports robbery a Phoenix ariz., Man told sheriffs deputies today that he had been robbed of $40 around 2 05 a m. By an unknown assailant. No further details have been released by the sheriffs office. Obituaries Robert Middleton Robert Kempton Middleton 66, of Fayetteville died Friday at his Home. Born March 18, 1920, at Indianapolis. Ind., he was a research associate in the division of Community affairs at the University of Arkansas for 13 years. Prior to that he had worked As a planner in St Louis mo., Indianapolis ind and Oklahoma City okla survivors Are his wife Martha of the Home two sons Robert of Little Rock and Bruce of Fayetteville and two daughters Carol of Washington d.c., and Patricia of Madison wis. A memorial service will be held at 2 30 . Sunday at the salvation army Chapel in Fayetteville with arrangements under the direction of Pyeatte funeral Home of Siloam Springs. I Sio your paper we re sorry la Tov cannot re Chi your time Carrier phone 442 6242 daily s to 6 30 saturday 3 30 to 5 of _ sunday 8 to 9 30 a in Dorotti ust Arkansas Caius founded i860 the North yest Artense times uses 396 980 is published daily and sunday except Christmas. Thanksgiving new year s Day memorial Day labor Day. And july 4th by the Northwest Arkan a times. 212 n East Avenue Fayetteville Arkansas 72702 second class postage paid of Fayetteville Arkansas postmaster Send address changes to the Northwest Arkansas times drawer a Fayetteville. Arkansas 72702__ member associated press the associated press is entitled exclusively to the Usa for republication to ail local news printed in this newspaper Aswell Esau a news dispatches subscription rates single copy daily 2r sunday. To Home delivery Par month by Carrier s5 00 Gladys Diven Johnson a Gladys Diven 78, of Johnson died today in Fayetteville. Born dec. 18, 1907, at Stoney Point the daughter of William and Cordelia Peterson she was a homemaker a member of the Johnson Baptist Church and the widow of Wilson Diven who died in 1978. She was a life resident of Johnson. Survivors Are two sons William Lee Diven of Cincinnati Ohio James Louis Diven of Johnson a brother Don Peterson and a sister Joy Dowell both of Springdale seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Memorials May be sent to the Johnson Baptist Church. Funeral will be at la a m. Monday at the Chapel of Nelsons funeral Home with burial at Fairview cemetery. Harriett Peterson Harriett Louise Peterson 80, of Fayetteville died today at a local Hospital born oct. 9, 1905, at Dubuque Iowa the daughter of James and Minnie Adele Kannolt Conley she was a retired Telephone operator and a member of the first presbyterian Church she was the widow of Arnos Peterson who died in 1949 she moved to Fayetteville in 1953 from Berwin 111. Survivors Are a son Jim Peterson of Fayetteville a sister Bess Freeberg of Portland Ore. And two grandchildren Jason Peterson and Sandra Peterson of Fayetteville. Cremation will be by Nelsons funeral Home memorial crematory. Clinton . A Many residents of this quaint town seem unfazed that radioactive radon Gas seeping into their Homes could affect their health and nearly a month after the problem was discovered fears Center on property values and damage to tourism. A i done to intend to leave Over it a says Sandy Rodrigo who lives with her husband and 6-year-old daughter in the Hunter Don county town of 1,900 people about 45 Miles West of new York City. The problem became Public after a Homeowner using a radon detection kit discovered a Reading of about 1,000 Pic curies a a measurement of radioactivity that the government says is equivalent in health danger to smoking 50 packs of cigarettes daily. The government deems 4 Pic curies to be a Safe level. A whenever you re getting 1,000 Pic curies it s getting dangerous a says Jim Staples a state department of environmental Protection spokesman. Radon a colourless odourless Gas is the product of uranium decay and has been linked to lung cancer. Staples save officials have not determined the source of the radon. Clinton is several Miles North of the Reading prong a geological formation that contains uranium and stretches from Pennsylvania to upstate new York. Thirty eight of 49 Homes tested Here and in nearby communities had readings of at least 4 Pic curies including a second House that had a Reading of 1,000, he says. The positive readings have prompted the department to test 60 other Homes in Clinton which spreads Over 1.3 Square Miles. Most of the residences tested Are in the Clinton knolls development a Cluster of about 140 ranch split level and by level Homes built about 20 years ago on a Limestone Deposit. Mayor Robert Nulman says that while the town is the first in new Jersey to be tested extensively for the naturally occurring radon it will also be the first to remedy the problem. A a we la be the most tested and safest town in new Jersey a he says health officials say the problem can be remedied by ventilating the ground Levels of Homes. The town has offered radon kits at discounts to about 85 homeowners and the department of environmental Protection is offering technical help to reduce the radon Levels. A a it a one of those things you can get rid of a says Fritz Lahmann a store owner. A most of the people have lived with it for 15 or 20 years a adds Roger Cook a merchant who lives in the development. A we done to see it As a life or death situation. A residents seem to be less concerned with their health than they Are with the towns quaint image and property values in recent years Clinton and nearby communities have enjoyed the attention of commuters who find the Rural areas a Relief from the noise and smog of their big City jobs. Cook says the radon findings May have Only a fleeting Impact on prospective Home buyers. A it s Gonna slow it Down for a Little while. But As soon As the smoke clears people will becoming Back a he says. All season pools complot Pool Sonvico cleaning acid Wash paint construction. 839-3649 Home movies transferred to video tape a tart ass the one hour photo 2915 n. College 443-4428 Laulii severe weather May be cause of plane crash that killed 6 Redwater Texas a authorities speculated that severe weather conditions May have caused a twin engine Turbo prop Jet to crash killing at least six passengers the plane went Down about 7 20 tens us mail in Washington Benton Madison counties Ark 3 months. 4 months i year. City of Fayetteville outside above counties 3 month 4 months. I year. 17 of 31 of 60.00 63 of .820 of 35 of 68 of a Selfon v director s if f Neidl service phone s21 soon All mail subscriptions payable in Advance right is reserved to adjust subscription rates upon notice errors and omissions advertisers should Check their and the first Oay the Northwest Arkansas times shall not be liable for failure to publish an and or for a typographical error or errors in publication except to the extent of the Cost of the and Tor the first Day s insertion adjustment for errors is limited to the Cost of that portion of the and where the error occurred Swope James Earl a a Jim a services la a m saturday Chapel of Nelsons funeral Home Rev. Earl Dean Morris will officiate. Burial at Baptist Ford cemetery Diven Glady ill a in. Monday Nelsons Chapel Rev Raymond Martin and Rev Phil Misenheimer officiating. Interment at Fairview cemetery. Peterson Harriett Louise a cremation by Nelsons memorial crematory. . Friday in a Field near Harrison trailer Park two Miles Northeast of Redwater and less than 15 Miles from the Arkansas Border As a torrential thunderstorm rolled through the area Bowie county sheriff Thomas Hodge said a at this Point we think ifs a Strong possibility thunderstorms Ca used the crash Hodge said. The air plane appeared to have nosedive exploding on Impact and ripping a 12 feet deep by 20 feet in diameter Hole in the Fields red Clay. Debris from the air plane was scattered More than too Yards in circumference from the crash site Hodge said. The air plane a West wed 24 Aero commander numbered n505sk, took off from Redbird Airport in Dallas at 6 55 . And was headed for Teter buro new Jersey according to a spokesman for the Airport. Mitch Barker a spokesman with the Federal aviation administration in fort Worth confirmed six passengers were aboard the air plane but would not identify the names of the passengers or the owner of the aircraft. Hodge said the plane is believed to be owned by Singer co a there were six aboard and six fatalities a said Barker. A the plane was being worked by the it Worth a Enro Ute Center when it was lost off radar. The time we have for the crash is7 26 p in a Barker said thundercloud at an Elevation of 4,500 feet were in the area at the time of the crash. Another Faa spokesperson said that crash investigator Warren Wandell and another investigator would be coming to the crash site Early saturday morning former Bowie county sheriffs Deputy Dwayne Cannon said he and three cub scouts he was driving to a cookout in Redwater witnessed the crash. A while we were driving West on . Highway 67 just after seven of clock and we were just about to Redwater a said Cannon. A and to the right All of a sudden the entire sky just lit up a Bright Orange. We heard a sort of a howl like the wind howls. The Shock Waves just Shook the car. A we thought it was a Tornado had touched Down and it hit something. The boys were scared. I just accelerated and got on out of the area we did no to know there was a plane crash until we came Back to Texarkana. A decorated first it. Charles p Royce son of Wilner j. Royce of 220 Baxter Lane. Fayetteville has been decorated with the army commendation medal in West Germany. The army commendation Media is awarded to those individuals who demonstrate outstanding achievement or meritorious service in the performance of their duties on behalf of the army Royce is a platoon Leader with the 9th Field artillery. He is a 1982 graduate of City College of new York. Ford. 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