Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 14, 1969 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 14, 1969
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11 · 1MB, MM., Apr! K Quick Look At Today In History Bv THE ASSOCIATED PltESS Today is Monday, April 14. the 104th dny of 1!(9. There are 2lil days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date In 18(i5. President Abraham Lincoln was shot hy. ,, , , , .Inlm Wilkes Booth at Ford's | C! " Set on the brakes when Theater in Washington, lie died'some person steps out in front News Of Other Years 10 YEARS AGO A part of the newly-installed water system in Fayetteville w a s "turned on" yesterday when Mayor J. Austin Parish turned u valve near the filter plant on Ml. Sequoyah. Water was turned into the new 20-inch main. Combs, in Madison County, did so well in its Rural Community Improvement program this past year that it w a s named winner of the Northwest district RCI program. Winning $150, the group will represent the district in state competition. 15 YEARS AGO Want to find out how fast you school's driving class and the at 7 a.m. the next day. (In this date: In 177,"). the first Society !of your car? You'll have [opportunity tomorrow at Fay- for'ctteville High School. An Aetna .TV \ \ t l S O l - I I X l . t l U l U l l l l . L U I , U 1 1 V U I l.l:3Ull£ 'n'Philadel- device, has been loaned to the t h e Abolition of Slavery was or-|Hcactomctor, driver testing canixeri by Quakers ii p h i n : Benjamin Franklin w a s j its first president. In 18110. delegates to the Wash- i n g t o n Conference of American Slates created what was to be- cnme t h e Pan American Union. tests are open to the public. W. R. McNair was elected president of the Fayetteville Country Club last night at the annual'meeting of stockholders. Guy Drown is retiring president. Cecil Farley was named secretary. In 1012. t h e new ocean liner Ti'.ank 1 on its maiden voyage {''·nil! Liverpool to New Y o r k -- : fn:i'1; ;m iceberg and sank in i r t h Atlantic. 25 YEARS AGO Northwest Arkansas Strawberry growers, advised today that ceiling prices has b e e n I M I d o l . King Alfonso of Spainivinsnn that they frit the ceilings ·"·nt into exile and the Spanish!set were unfair to growers in i!--!'ii!il'c was proclaimed. In in'.~. simple funeral rites for President Franklin Roosc \ e ' t were held in Wnshinglnn. In lIM.i. A m e r i c a n B2!)s hciiibrrt Tokyo and hit the Imperial Palace. Ten years ago -- President Ei- ^rnhower dedicated the Robert TaH Memorial Bell Tower on! V grounds of the Capitol in A move a abolish war time and move the nation's clocks established" on this war's pro- tack TM ' lour as u «* , wcre ducts by the Office of Price Ad-|p''e-war days, appears to meet ministration telegraphed Price Administrator Chester Bowles and P r i c e Stabilizer Fred with little favor by Fayetteville residents. Those questioned by the TIMES indicated they would be pleased if the govern- ithis section. ~ inent left it right where it is. ranniFiOT^ Car Too Noisy? More Sensitive Now, Watch That Boxi Army Chaplin Says LOS ANGELES (AP) issued a report which showed the United States leading arms. One rir:ns clashed with nolice durins an Knster parade in Berlin. Washington. jlcam of California highway pa- Five years ago -- The Pentn- trolmcn starts today measuring - ' - the noise of automobiles zipping along the highways to deter- Soviet" Russia "in""nuclear millc i f thc ' ar e violating the : State Code. year ago · Leftist s l u - j It limits sound to a m a x i m u m of 82 to 92 decibels, depending on tile type of car or truck and speed limits. Officers say most A ] FT. RUCKF.R, Ala. (AP) -- Pop Singer Ro H O M E (AP) -- Movie actress Power. 10-year-old (inufthier uf Linda Christian and t i n - laU 1 Tyrone Power. wants to hi ·( -unit' a pup singer. Her f i r s t record will go on «ale in I t a l y nc.\l week. It features R o m i n a whispering the u o n l s of "Acqua di M a r e " -a '.on^ w r i 1 I p n by lier sometime date. Italian pop singer A I Pano. An Army chaplain who won the Medal of Honor says the war in Vietnam possibly has made him more sensitive to the value of life than his training for the priesthood. Capt. Angclo .1. told soldiers at Ft. Ruckcr Saturday, passenger cars will bp limited'"Any person who goes through to 82 decibels, about the noise'something like that has the from a pneumatic drill. :memories of it intact in his Officers said citations o r j mind, as many of you here warnings would be issued to t h e ' k n o w . drivers of cars exceeding lhc "I suppose it lias made me I more sensitive than 1 would be even by virtue of my profession to the value of human life." Chaplain Litcky, credited with, saving the lives of 20 wounded men during an ambush in a rice The patrolmen are using a shoebox si/ed meter with a cable to a microphone on a four- foot-high tripod placed 50 feet from t h e center of the right- hand lane. To start, the team is operating in Los Angeles. Ventura and Orange Counties. paddy would two years ago, said he return to Vietnam this By WAYNE M. WHITE This column is aimed at parents of five-year-olds who will be entering school next fall. It concerns a new test that will be given to these children this spring or summer. It is called "Early Detection Inventory and will probably be given by first grade teachers. The purpose of the test is to obtain information about the child's readiness for school. This information will help the first grade teachers know where to start with the child's instruction when school starts. This is very important because there is so much difference in maturity, physical development, emotional stability and social development of children the same age. The test can also discover de ficiencies that can be corrected before the child enters school. Such deficiencies might require medical treatment, but in many cases they can be corrected by parents working with the child during the summer. Tiie test includes general questions about the child's fam ily, making change, walking a straight line, hopping on one foot and a number of other activities designed to check visual perception, physical coordination and mental maturity. It takes 20 to 30 minutes to give the test and additional time to report the results to the parents who come with the child to take the test. This will probably do more to help children get a good start in school than anything we have ever done. I strongly urge every parent of a five-year-old to see that the child takes the test when it is offered. 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