Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 11, 1976 · Page 11
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, April 11, 1976
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Class Adopts Mexican Custom The Mexican custom of pinata breaking ivns observed lliis tui'sl i r cek by seventh grade shulcnls hi (lie liinniM'mmi nf Sirs. Shirley pinning al Hamay Junior Hit;I' School. The 6Indents contrtbulcd money tn nuikc the (lihnta, anrl three lihiatas were ctcatcil. One, a large sfar, -was niaife by Bonnie L'Uzcr und Bobbie Sturdi- vaiit; a sccund, a ."bicciitfii- Utal" \valcrnielon, in red, \vlij(c and blue crcne IKIIRI wus made by' James Watson ami iMHissa Calico anil DC Vina P a t t m i created a mousi- pinala. Ai right · students take liErns trying to break f l i c )i n ill a and above, scramble for f l i c goodies contained inside. (TIMKSphnlu by Ken Good) Porter To Speak To Area Baha'is Albert Porter, who lias been, the college level. He later fidjvc in the civil rights moyc-j bcctimcL active in the desegre- m e - r i t and desegregation" gut ion of Jackson, Tcnn. buses programs across the South, w i l l ' a n d public: facilities. he:i]i FayeUcytllc- lliis evening' Miss Anne Gordon of.FaycLlc- to'present a slide show ,ind talk yillc said that music and o n . t h e Baha'i Faith. refreshments will follow the Trie Baha'i Faith, Porter Sunday meeting. Interested exp-a.iib. tanes as Us main tenet persons may telephone 443-5502. the ' concept of universal Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sunday, April 11, 1976 · FAVKTir.VtU.r, AllKAN'SAS Visits Area Stores Colonel Sanders Attends Poultry Festival brotherhood. He said Hie faith is based on the "oneness .of ·mankind." Sorter, 51, of LHUfi Rock, is currently presidcnL of the Le,i(y?rsnip RoUndtable, widely p f o c ] a i m e U as the most p ,:iij(*ious of the black leader-, ship groups in Arkansas. He is a so; active in Die National Association for (he :. Advance- E; C ''iired People and the U 'ban League. .Vnpeanng with Porter at 5:30 ;r. at «HD W. Cenler St. will ic Dr. Allan Ward, an associate professor at the University ol Arkansas al Little Hock who is ^resident ot. liio Montessori Snciely and vice-chairman o! t h c Liltle Rock Baha'i Assembly, The talk will be one o f " a scries of five Sunriaj evening events open to the public and sponsored by Hit. Changes Mind NEW. HAVKN, Conn. ( A P -- endy Helander, a follower of e Rev. Sun Jlyung Moon's U n i f i c a t i o n Church, has changed her mind about charg- ng her Guilford,' Conn., parents vitli violating her civil rights. Her lawyer, Richard L. Al- j'rcchl, said Friday'she doesn't liink it would be worth the effort, : and expense since she is now "where she wauls to -be," apparently with church members in Tarry town, N,Y. Wendy, 19, had told a federa court that her parents, Elton and Caroline Hclantler, had ab ._ ...... . dueled her al the church head B - - ? * ' s of Fayetteville quarters and bad subjected he; Porter, born at McComb, Miss':, was educated in the .si.'^re-gated schools of Pike County, Miss; 'With the more refined schools of Mississippi being exclusively for whites. Porter left his home state in order to become educated on "to intense periods of verba abiisc, " profanity, vilificatiori frequently denying sleep." The parents' lawyer, Joii Burgess of Montpclier, Vt., saic she was brainwashed, by follow ers of Ihe Korean evangelist. .fharjIv.-HorseShoW-S^! Fos B E N T O N V 1 L L B -- ThC|li.a r n c s s ponies, Plantation Northwest Arkansas Charity! pleasure w a l k i n g horse stake lorsc Sliow. a henelit show for! and there will be a special he ··Association for Children: event. called the Arabian V i t h Learning Disabilities! Costume Class. ACLD), will he held Anril 24 ! PREMIUMS OKFEKED I the Bcnton ;i-ounds. County Fair-, Ribbons will be given through By PKCOV TIMKS Slnff Writer Col. Harlan Senders, of Kentucky Fried Chicken fame, vas in town this wecknd for .be 17th annual Northwest. Arkansas Poultry Festival. While here, the colonel visited be FaycUcville Kentucky Fried Chicken Restaurants and met with the press. , Sanders, who is "one day closer to 86 years old", said ic has been cooking all of his life. "I've come up cooking," lie said. His father died white he was u small child on a Ker lucky farm, and bis ir.other sewed clothes for cash money, the white-suited colonel said. Since she was busy sewing she told him wbat to do with the pots of food cooking on the stove. "1 was baking ligh' bread by the time 1 was seven years old," he said. Sanders, who was dubbed a Kentucky Colonel by Kentucky Gov. Ruby Laffoon in rccogni tion of his. contributions lo thi stale's cuisine, stayed on ill family farm until he was 15 From then on, I did a lot o everything,"'he said. At la, he went to Indiana where his uncle, a molorman the sErclcar, got Srimlei i job as a conductor. "Twenty seven days -after my 16th bir ;hday, I, joined the Army ant 1 vent to Cuba for one year/ .lie colonel said. But since the soldiers were not needed in Cuba for more than six or seven months, Ihey were free to leave the army and the colonel did- From there, Sanders joined i ALabam'd uncle was. was working for the railroad. Sanders' job was cleaning the ashpans and filling the sandboxes on locomotives.' "But one day tbe firemen lidn'l show up," the colonel s l i d , "and so I offered "to fire .he engine." He said he did such a good job of it that he was hired to keep firing ,, nes, despite the require mcnt that firemen be 2! years old. "I Hrer! there for five years atid 12 days until I got fired," the colonel quipped. N For the next several years. Sic' worked on other rmlroaris while doing college correspondence work in law, 19 !0, tbe colonel' was 40 years old. "Will Rogers sMid, 'Life begins at 41}' and I was .kind of glad lo f i i u i ' o u t - 1 had frt-p. -· , ; \ ; ! a starling point again^" be said. ·· Further information about EbeiHe took slock of the'situation, show may be obtained byllooked «t what he had done so calling Mrs. Joan Beaslcy 2G7-!far, and decided to open a gas lo eat tomorow. And Gople were going to h'avc gas, vcn it they had lo steal their nolhor's chickens," he said. didn't come in until he was 66. -_ "Of course, once you start ;. riding H. you keep riding it." lie said, and observed that ,he But soon he noticed the food hadn't stopped riding it yet. lusihess was outrunning the gas nisiriess, so the colonel devoted all bis energy to his l u n c h coin. It was during this lime 'that ho colonel perfected his secret ·ecipc used in m a k i n g Kentucky r ricd Chicken. Asked if his wife helped with the reciju. the colonel chuckled and said no. He never intended to n-an- :hise bis chicken, Sanders said, Rut in 1955. Interstate 65 fay- pusscd his restaurant by seven niles, and the colonel decided if. he was going to make a i F r i e d Chicken. The colonel annually travels more than a quarter-minion mites. His wife usually accompanies him nn · overseas trips. Last year. Sanders said , lie had to travel with security ·guards between February und * November because he and his V wife received a public threat- *' on their lives. The - colonel just .recently returned to the states from Australia. He plans to visit , Italy this summer to do public relations work for . Kentucky , he was going to franchise his chicken. The last time Colonel Sunders was in Fayetteville was in 1969 ' He said he put an ice chest for (he Arkansas-Texas football in Die back oi his car, loaded game. Dun Carr, who , owns some chickens in the ice chest several Kentucky Fried Chicken and a can of seasoning in the outlets'in the area, said he \\us~ c'ar, and "took to {be road." joking with the colonel about He was GG years old at the the last 'visit. lime. ' Carr quipped, "Both Nixon ere here for advance: for both matinee and c veiling performances and will be available at the'dpor. Children with parents are admitted at Farm ing ton. (he ACLD sixth place in all 2G classes a n d j ma ti on The show has been an April ^,700 in premiums will be! may be obtained by calling event for the past two ycarsi avvan j e( i. The sliow i s affiliated ^rs Ann Henry 442-BBM in md is known to the horse worldU v i n, ^ National Tennessee\Fayetteville. . ' \ as t h e ' " S a t u r d a y Night Spe- Walking Horse Breeders and* cial." Tbe third annual show! Exhibitors A s s o c i a t i o n , , the. has been broadened to include, Arkansas Walking Horse Breed- afternoon and night classes.; ers anu - Exhibitors Association There will be 10 classes! am | the Missouri Horse Show beginning at 2 p.m. featuring Association, It is presented by pleasure walking horses, a District I members of the racking class, fox-trotters, pl,»a-; Arkansas association and the sure saddlebrcds, road ponies.! Northwest Arkansas Gaited an Arabian class and English Horse Club. Pleasure. The show will be beld Proceeds will go to Ehe in the indoor facilities al (he Q c r ,Lni] and Washington County fairgrounds. . : ACLD chapters. Last year Infor-'station and a lunch room in Corbin, "1 reasoned people wore goirrg to have to eat, and if 'they didn't, cat today, they'd COL. HARLAN .. .con(eiTipla(es (TIMESpho(o 1 SANDERS .his life The evening performance will b e g i n al 7 o'clock with i6 classes for show walking horses, saddtebreds, racking, fine zation frovn show. Tick^ls may be purchased in LIFE AND LIBER TY WEEK CELEBRATING LIFE AND LIBERTY IN JESUS CHRIST FEATURING SPECIAL GUESTS SUNDAY, APRIL 11 - MARTHA BRA.NHAM, SOLOIST, DALLAS, TtXAS MONDAY-SHIRLEY COTHRAN, MISS AMERICA 1975 TUESDAY - MIKE KIRKIAND. ARKANSAS RAZORBACKS WEDNESDAY - BSU CHOIR, UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS THURSDAY - BSU PLAYERS, UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS FRIDAY - DEAN VS'ILDER, INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN SOLOIST SATURDAY - THE ONE ACCORD WITH TIMELY, HELPFUL MESSAGES FOR TODAYS LIVING BY DR L A R R Y B A K E R OR. IAKRY BAKER Pallor MIKt KIRKEAND FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH COLLEGE AND THCKSON FAYETTEVILLE EVELYN HILLS SHOPPING CENTER, FAYBITBVILLB,. AHK DOOR BUSTER SPECIAL! ENTIRE STOCK OF NOTIONS BUTTONS THREAD ZIPPERS TAPES AND ALL SEWING NOTIONS FABRIC SALE GOOD THRU SAT. ENTiE STOCK OF GOOD THRU SATURDAY APRIL 11-18 SUNDAYS 10:50 A.M. 7:00 P.M. EVENINGS 7:00 P.M.

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