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Fayetteville Northwest Arkansas Times (Newspaper) - February 9, 1983, Fayetteville, Arkansas ? a Northwest Arkansas times wed. Fayetteville. Arkansas feb. 9, 1983 police front Council accepts police radio bid Isbir Snow fluff a a window broken an employee of a top Channel 29, 15 n. Church ave told City police monday an outside window pane in the front office was broken saturday Between 3 and 5 no estimate of damage was available. Cd stolen Tonya Ferguson ing sife dr., no 741 morn-23, told City police tuesday a Midland 40-Channel cd radio valued at $100 was stolen from a pickup parked at her Home monday night purse missing a Brown clutch purse was stolen from a locked vehicle belonging to Dana Ryles 570b Michael Cole dr., sometime monday night or tuesday while it was parked on the Del Don apartment lot 1400 n. Garland ave. City police said today there were no signs of forced entry to the vehicle the purse contained a $50 payroll Check too in Cash a student identification card and a Drivers License report male Teala Jones 600 North St., Apt Al told City police tues Day her purse was stolen monday night while she was at bulls Eye pub. 409 w Dickson St the purse contained a Billfold credit cards a student identification card a Check Book a calculator a Drivers License and tickets to razorback basketball games Box missing Jerry Lee Bailey 2322 Hummingbird Lane told City police tuesday a Warner Cable movie Box was stolen from his Home monday Between la a in and 2 stocks furnished by a g Edwards 4 son Rasof 9 30a in up. Tel. Amax Ark Best Cor a Mer. Tel amp Ark. La Gas Baldor elect. Baldwin. Campbell soup. Central 4sw Dillards. Easco. A g Edwards. Emerson. Frontier air. Gordon jewelry. Gould. Into Harvester Walter Kidde Kmart. Levi Strauss Mobil of j c Penney. Ralston Purina. Raythelon. R j Reynolds Safeway. Scott paper Sears Tesoro. Union Carbide. Wal Mart southwestern Energy Kearney Natl metro airlines Rouse co. Std Register. Tyson foods. Systematics. Averages. Kinds. Trans. Utile. Volume. 244 .94 684 174 25 29 464174 494 234 284 604 204 174 364 6 25v 264 364 27 544 194 484 474 42 4 20 30-4 154 584 464 154 194204 .74-74 264-264 67-68 30-304 414 42 up i 20up i 12 up 05 13.930.000 . Police said there were no signs of forced entry to the House gun taken David Niven town House Motel room 65, 215 n. College ave., reported the theft of a Smith and Wesson 357 Caliper magnum revolver to City police monday. Niven said the weapon valued at $450, was taken from his room sometime Between 12 01 a in. And 4 . There were no signs of forced entry to the locked room hems stolen Michele Susan Keeler Surrey England told City police tuesday items valued at Over $400 were stolen from a suitcase in a room at 216 w. Spring St sometime Over the weekend. Missing Are a passport an airline ticket to England $84 in Cash and an address Book break in reported dance t Davis 2857 Dove or reported a break in at his Home to City police monday Davis told police thieves broke a bedroom window and crawled through to gain entry sometime Between 7 and 7 20 . Missing Are items valued at $95, including a Sears am pm clock radio and a Sears portable cassette recorder player. Radio stolen Springdale thieves monday night stole a radio and speakers from customers cars parked behind a locked Gate at Ozark vow specialists inc., 3802 Kelley ave., Naomi Vining reported to Springdale police the stolen items Are valued together at$500 stove taken Springdale burglars entered a trailer at City View Mobile Horne Park belonging to Agnus Campbell and stole her Black cast Iron Wood stove from the bedroom Springdale police said. The incident occurred be tween monday at 2 30 and tuesday at i the stove has a $150 value bikes stolen Springdale two bicycle thefts were reported tuesday. Debbie Morgan. 42c Applegate dr., reported to Springdale police that her son s Black am Bike was stolen from Jones school monday afternoon. It is Worth $50 Carl Clements a resident of 1708 Theodore or said his son s 20-Inch Bax bicycle was stolen from the Yard during the Day tuesday. The Bike is valued at $129 charges filed Springdale a Washington county Deputy prosecutor Andrew Ziser this morning filed formal felony charges against 42-year old Harvey Neal of 27d Applegate dr., Springdale Ziser said neat will face two counts of sexual abuse and one count of terroristic threatening All class a a do offences and one count of Battery in the third degree a Misdemeanour each class Quot a Quot offence is punishable by a sentence of up to six years imprisonment and a Fine of up to a $10,000 Mise by Kim Cherry times staff w Riter Springdale a the mayor and City Council agreed tuesday night to Lay specific groundwork before they Ever again undertake such a Complex task As taking bids on and buying police radio equipment. The Council said they will hire a consultant to write the specifications study the bids submitted and get a knowledgeable recommendation before making a final buying decision. The Springdale police department today is placing an order with the general electric company for the Purchase of 39 Mobile radio units 12 portable units a base station console and Antenna for this expenditure they Are using $105,000 from Revenue sharing the Council voted 7-1 on tuesday night to accept the apparent a flow responsible bid submitted by g.e., set initially at $98,824. At the bid opening. bid was More than $8,000 lower than the next highest bid of $107,261 a submitted by a local Motorola dealer Hon Harmon regional representative of from Little Rock said it was determined at the Jan 31 bid opening that was the Quot Only eligible bidder a and said it was his belief that an order would be placed. But he said that when he arrived in Springdale on monday his a gut reeling a was after talking with City officials and police chief Truman Brewer. A a. We Aren t getting the Alderman James Irwin among others pointed out that the City reserves the right to reject any or All bids submitted. Harmon a agreed adding that they did no to state any such right in the specifications questions arose As to whether the specifications draftee by the police committee included a requirement that an Antenna be installed on a water Tower on Dodd Mountain. After lengthy discussion it was determined that the specifications did not include such a requirement the g e. Bid did not include such an installation. There was also talk of the you no first National s Nam a Rok Krack so Hick it saves you Money every time you invest Call for details 521 6123 Cit 377 uss first National Bank Ai Litrell Rvilla obituary mrs. Florine Smith Springdale a mrs Florine Smith 86, of Springdale died monday in the Springdale Hospital born Jan. 14, 1897, at Russellville the daughter of James a and Sarah Haley Bradley she was the widow of or. Leonard Aubrey Smith a dentist she was a Quot member of the first presbyterian Church Ami was Retiree from the Springdale school system where she taught for Many years and was instrumental in starting the hot lunch program she was a member of chapter g of the peo sisterhood survivors Are a daughter mrs Gayle heaver of Fayetteville a brother James Bradley of Houston Texas two grandchildren and two great grandchildren funeral will be at 2 Friday in the Springdale first presbyterian Church with burial in Bluff cemetery under the direction of Sisco Chapel memorials May be made to the first presbyterian Church. Missed Vouk paper we re Sohm la you Cap ii of Rath your ? me ctr a phone 447 747 daily s to 4 is p in Saturn i pc i. 5 of p in Sorel a i to 9 to a in flon Hurst 3rk.uts.is turns founa0 Isac Tho North Ananias t in uses Java no i is pub of airy and it unday. 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Ballard 39, of Fayetteville today remains in satisfactory condition at Washington regional medical Center following a car wreck which occurred tuesday morning at the intersection of Hwy 265 and Ford Avenue in Springdale according to Springdale police is Ballard was North hound on the Highway in the inside Lane when a car driven by 22 year old Patricia a Wilson of route 8, Fayetteville attempted to turn left off Ford Avenue onto Hwy 265 is Ballard s car struck the left front and Side of is Wilson s car damage was estimated at $11,600 officers cited is. Wilson with failure to yield the night of Way. Found confide nor Iii i in Nick Bact new Haven Conn. A Edward m Kennedyjr who lost a leg to cancer w Hen he w As 13 says the athletic contest that restored his Confidence was a sack race he won right after the am Puutio that experience for me was very important Quot said the son of the Massachusetts senator. Quot it help d me develop a sense of Sel Confidence Cueter meation and b Edom Quot because he was used to nov my on one leg Kennedy said he hopped Over the finish line tar ahead of his opponents the Wesleyan University Junior now skis with the Aid of a prosthesis Kennedy spoke at Yale University to launch the University s disabilities awareness week Kenned said he Felt Quot very much alone Quot when he first became disabled but now he says he feels thankful he s healthy and has a family and friends Quot who never let me feel disabled Quot Quot i realized the Only obstacles you have Are the ones you make Tor yourself sometimes i see a Long flight of stairs and i think that s a hell of a he said but Vou can look at things in two ways As a Challenge or As a problem you re going to be acing Day in and a it Tut for the res of your life a Rev. J Ames Casteel the Rev. James Woodrow Casteel 64. Of Johnson died tuesday in the Springdale Hospital bom Jan 2, 1919. In Polk county. Mo., the son of Joseph Bird and Minnie Alice Rainey Casteel he was a retired minister for the Southern Baptist Church he was ordained in West Garden Grove Calif in 1965 and was pastor for churches in Southern California and Oklahoma he was pastor for the first Baptist Church in Jennings for four years before moving to this area Quot three and a half years ago he was an army Veteran of world War la and a member of the Fayetteville Sang Avenue Baptist Church survivors Are his wife mrs Florence Jane Engel Casteel of the Home a daughter. Mrs. Charles Margery Wolfe of Fayetteville a brother. Russell of san Diego Calif. Three Sisters. Mrs Ruth Roberts of Saginaw Mich., mrs Izora Carter of Al cajun. Calif and mrs Nancy Abbiss of Wewoka okla and two grandchildren. Funeral will be at 2 pm thursday at the Sang Avenue Baptist Church with Dunai in Fairview memorial gardens under the direction of Moore a Chapel. William Golden Huntsville a William John Golden. 56, of Pettigrew died monday at his Home born jct. 29, 1926, at Wesleyville athe son of William j and Jessie Whan Golden he was an electrician a Veteran of world War la and a member of the Church of canst survivors Are his Wile mrs. Frances Franks Golden of the Home two sons Michael of Ashdown and William j. Of Houston. Texas a sister mrs. Jean Woest of Cleveland Ohio and six grandchildren funeral will be at to a in thursday in the new Home Church of Christ with burial in Boston cemetery under the direction of Brashear funeral Home Friday at mount Comfort cemetery under the direction of Brashear funeral Home. Memorials May be made to the presbyterian Village 17383 Garfield. Detroit Mich., 48240. Miss Hollie Dickinson Siloam Springs a miss Hollie Louise Dickinson one month old infant daughter of Jimmy and Kimberly Dickinson of per Don Texas died sunday in a err ton Hospital. She was bom Jan. 4,1983, in Perryton. Survivors in addition to her parents Are a brother Aaron Ray of the Home paternal grandparents Roy and Joan Dickinson of Decatur maternal grandparents Jimmy and Louise Lindsey of Frisco Tex As paternal great grandparents Walter and Velma Mccormick of Dickens. Texas. Funeral will be at 2 pm thursday at the genti7 Church of Christ with burial in falling Springs cemetery under the direction of Wasson funeral Home. Henry Bishop Siloam Springs a Henry Doc Bishop 80. Of route i Colcord okla., died tuesday in the Siloam Springs Hospital. Bom april la 1902, in Delaware county the son of Henry e and Mae Cearley Bishop he was a retired Railroad Man of the Kansas City Southern a member of Railroad trainmen and the first Baptist Church of Colcord survivors Are his wife mrs. Ruby Bishop of the Home a daughter mrs. Edna Pearl Shackelford of Colcord three Brothers de of Orange Calif. Brad and Frank both of Buhl. Idaho four Sisters mrs Ethel Roberts of Pryor okla., mrs. Kale Pritchell of Salina okla mrs. Etta Gardner of Sedan Kan. And mrs Lorraine Grayum of Coffeyville Kan funeral will be at 2 Friday at the Colcord first Baptist Church with burial in Oak Hill cemetery under direction of Wasson funeral Home the Marine military Academy at Harlingen. Texas visitations Are from 7 30 to 8 30 today at the funeral Home Chapel. Miss Jennie Roberts Bentonville a miss Jennie Mae Roberts 76, of Bentonville died tuesday at her Home. Born oct. 16.1906, at Newport tenn., the daughter of Willie and Dixie Mcnabb Roberts she moved with her parents to pea Ridge in 1915 and to Bentonville in 1957. She was a member of the pea Ridge methodist Church survivors Are a brother Johnny Roberts of Rogers two Sisters mrs. Maude Elam of Bentonville and mrs Bessie Spriggs of Anza Calif. Funeral will be at 2 thursday at Burns funeral Home Chapel in Bentonville with burial in Bentonville cemetery. Visitations will be from 5 to 7 today at the Chapel. Mrs. Edith Harris Bentonville a mrs Edith Marie Harris 76, of route 4, Bentonville died saturday in the Rogers Hospital born mar 2, 1906, at St Louis to the daughter of John and Anna Frederick Meihofer she moved to this area in 1982. Survivors Are a son Thomas Davis of Framingham mass., two daughters mrs. Dorothy Richards of St Louis. Mo., and mrs Judy Goodman of Bentonville a brother. Elmer Meihofer of St Louis two Sisters mrs Irene Dunn and mrs Dorothy Singer both of St Louis 16 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Funeral will be at to a in tuesday at the Alexander and sons funeral Chapel in St Louis with burial in Val Lahala cemetery. Local arrangements were under Hie direction of bums funeral Home of Bentonville Motorola Vendor uttering As incentive a spare radio unit. The company fully guarantees its radios but cannot provide an extra unit free of charge Harmon said there was also an uncertainty As to whether sales tax was included on All bids received. In other business a the Council authorized the City to contribute to percent $37,334 of the funds required for the Springdale municipal Airport improvement project. The mayor explained that they had received a 90-10 match Grant of $336,000 from the Federal aviation administration Faa and this amount is the City a portion. It will go toward site preparation of the runway Extension to the North. A new construction projects in Springdale will be required to install a backflow preventer in the City sewer system where the overflow Elevation is higher than the facility being constructed and served. Licensed plumbers will install them. The units Cost around $30. Asen Cour gement to persons with Homes on such existing lines the sewer department will refund $75 if such an installation is made within one year. A aldermen voted 8-0 to Amend ordinances establishing and setting rates for sewer services in order to Correct a a miscalculation Quot made a few months ago. This is not an increase in sewer rates water and Wastewater department director Robert Neal said. A in an 8-0 vote the Council agreed to waive competitive bidding requirements on various Street materials due to not receiving any submissions at a Jan 31 bid opening the mayor and City clerk were authorized to Purchase at the Best negotiated Price the items from the Only area dealer Mcclinton Anchor of Fayetteville. A a Public hearing for the ninth program year of the Community development Block Grant a dog program was held but no one voiced an opinion program director Wayne Hyden said it has been confirmed that the City will receive a $297,000 entitlement Grant the largest portion has been allocated for a senior citizen Center. A the City a youth Center director Don Bohannan will take Over responsibilities of maintenance and game scheduling for Bobby Hopper softball Park. A committee comprised for players and those interested in league Ball is being formed they will Bear grievances and draft Field rules and regulations. The committees working toward the development of a senior citizen Center will meet at feb 22 at 6 30 ., one hour prior to the regular Council meeting Khz we occlude me Lia Imiah a area forecast tonight and thursday will be mostly Cloudy and Cool tonight there is a 20 percent Chance of rain until Midnight and a Low in the mid 30s with a Northeast wind at 5 to to Mph. Thursday will be mostly Cloudy and Cool with a 30 percent Chance of showers by afternoon and a High in the mid 40s. The Sun sets today at 5 52 . And rises thursday at 7 10 a A laser photo health panel tables Home application the Washington county health advisory Council on tuesday tabled the review of an application for More nursing Home Beds from Holland nursing Homes when representatives of the firm were unable to make a presentation. The Council members elected mrs. Elaine Walker As vice chairman and Warren Mcdonald As Secretary the meeting was conducted by or. Ben Winborn newly elected chairman. Winborn announced that a representative of the Dallas regional health and human sen ices office will be in the area to review the West Arkansas health systems Agency which has been Quot funded by the has the chairman said the response came As a result of the letter written by the Council in opposition of funding of the Wasa. A legislative committee was appointed to keep the Council abreast of pending legislation and to make recommendations to area legislators on Bills affecting health care and its delivery. The committee ii composed of Bill Paretich chairman Earl Eddins Pat Polk or. Lee Parker and jilt Wilkins. The committee was authorized to act on behalf of the Council. Among the Bills the Council expressed concern about Wert the children Day care Center licensing exemptions immunization Low level radiation disposal drugs changes in Law affecting driving while intoxicated and the Dill that would tax premiums on third party payees for example Blue Cross and Blue shield in order to pay for health care of indigents Jim House of the Washington county health unit staff distributed a health department report and said that while the Home health care caseload for Public health nurses is Low the skilled nursing care is available when requested by physicians from july 1961 to july 1982 some 70 visits were made by Public health nurses and 12 patients were seen at the health department office. Attorney files another motion Little Rock apr an attorney for lawyer William Mcarthur is asking that guidelines be established on who will in allowed to present matters to a grand jury investigating the death of Al ice my at Bur j in a motion filed tuesday in Pulaski county circuit court. Jack Lessiter said that Only the judge and Darnell Brown who was named As special counsel should be permitted to present items circuit judge John Langston announced two weeks ago that he would Espanel a grand jury to investigate the death three people Are in prison for the july 2 shooting death sheriff Tommy Robinson of Pulaski county had booked Mcarthur in August on a charge of conspiring to kill his wife prosecutor Wilbur c Quot dub Quot Bentley decided last month that there was insufficient evidence to file charges against Mcarthur in circuit court Rev. Manson Lowe Huntsville a the Rev Manson ii Lowe 85, of Royal Oak Mich died monday in a Royal Oak Hospital. Born aug 29 1897 at Merkle Texas the son of George m and Willie hand Lowe be was a Veteran of world War i and served in the third division in France he was a graduate of the College of die ozarks in 1925 and Mccormick Seminary in 1928 and was pastor of presbyterian churches in Michigan for 43 years he retired from the presbyterian Church in Muir Michin 1971 survivors Are two sons. David of Phoenix Amand George of Northville Mich a daughter mrs Mancelyn Boykin of Phoenix two Brothers Tom and Willard both of Fayetteville a sister mrs Ruth Koontz of Fayetteville and six grandchildren visitations will be from 7 to 9 p in thursday at Moore a Chapel in Fayetteville graveside services will be at 1 30 Hawkens Siloam Springs a mrs. Bettie Kathyrn Hawkens. 58, of Oklahoma City okla died tuesday in the Siloam Springs Hospital she was born oct. 5. 1924, in Indiana the daughter of Clarence and Helen Griffith Evans. Survivors Are three daughters mrs Norma Mitchell and mrs Sandra Young both of Yukon. Okla., and mrs. Judy Cook of Gentry two sons Danny Fitzgerald of Oklahoma City and Tony Fitzgerald of Yukon. Burial will be in Arlington memorial Gardena in Midwest City okla local arrangements were under the direction of Wasson funeral Home William Cowie Siloam Springs a William Kirby Cowie 64. A retired major in the u. S. Marine corps of Siloam Springs died monday born Jan. 16, 1919, in Canada the son of William d and Una Kirby Cowie he was an insurance Counselor a world War la and korean War Veteran a Mason and member of York rites bodies and an Episcopalian he was instrumental in organizing the Arkansas cattlemen a association while he lived in Harrison. Survivors Are his wife mrs. Toss Cowie of Hie Home two sons. Doug of Tulsa. Okla. And Paul of Hillsboro to. A daughter mrs. Carole Cooper. Of Hillsboro his Mother of Siloam Springs and five grand children funeral will be at to a in thursday in the Chapel of Wasson funeral Home with burial in National cemetery at the colonels super Saver 12 piece Coupon my directors a in or Al Antic sit soon _ so vices. Keik mrs. Ruby Lillian thursday to of a in graveside services at songs Chapel Davis or. Lafayette Claude a wednesday 2 of pm Baptist Ford Church Rev Irvin Hutchins official ing interment Baptist Ford cemetery Fayetteville memorials May be made to key interest rates in percent Prim rata Citicorp maw York. 1 1 of Pater Al discount rat 8 50 Fedora Fonds. 8 25 month Treasury ruts. 8.252 a month Traat Gry Sills 8 345 a i Day c 0. 8 252 a month co. 8 845 id month c d9 70 a j year floating c d 9 16 it your fixed 1 1 of Cath funner account 9 of Money Mark chocking f .50 a service of atm Irmam rang Ai Vii Hauk with xi1 purim Bahk my thirst Fader of unit toe of Mort special 12 12 pieces of Chicken colonel s Choice i Large whipped potatoes 1 Large Gravy a 1 Large salad 6 Rolls cd a pm in firm february to 1003 a 12 pieces of Chicken colonel s Choice a 1 Large whipped potatoes a 1 Large Gravy a 1 Large salad a 6 Rolls Caw pm in Ploxa february 30, pieces of Chicken colonels Choice a 1 Large whipped potatoes a 1 Large Gravy a 1 Large salad 6 Rolls Alad car Good at Fayetteville Springdale Siloam Springs Bentonville

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