Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 16, 1969 · Page 11
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 16, 1969
Page 11
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Met Sales Campaign For Poultry Festival Outlined UIMRIH« Action Was Inaction ONE TOO MANY FOR THE ROAD HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (AP) That "one more for the road" has been known to get people in trouble, but in the case of Charles Potter, "it was crazy," say Hollywood detectives. William Maynard told police lie met Potter in a bar and after having a few drinks, his com panion put a pistol between Maynard's eyes and said, "give me all your money." Maynard said he handed over $86 and then suggested they have one more drink. When Pot ter headed for the men's room Maynard headed for the nearest telephone, police said. Potter was charged with armed robbery and carrying concealed weapon. Julie Gnntham, a Boston University coed from Louisville catches up on her studies outside the Sherman Union building occupied hy militant students who ousted two deans. Julie said she was a sympathizer and on hand for the takeover Monday. Students are portesting ROTC and all ties with the military nn campus and in university programs overseas. (AP Wire- photo) Italian Prisons Simmering After Riots In Five Cities ROME (AP) -- Italian prisons simmered with tension and protest today after riots in jails in Turin, Milan, Genoa and Bari. In the latest uprising, at Bari on the southern Adriatic coast, about 150 prisoners set fire to the infirmary and t h e tailor shop Tuesday and defied police for hours before they were herded hack to their cells. Other prisons rang with shouts of solidarity for the rioters who wrecked prisons at Turin and Milan before they were forced to surrender. More than 2.000 of these rioters were transferred in chains and handcuffs to some 20 other jails across the nation, creating linderbox situa- SPRINCDALE -- Members of .he ticket committee of the 10th Annual Northwest Arkansas 'oultry Festival met h e r e Tuesday to outline sales cam jaign. Festival officials expect to| sell approximately 5,000 tickets which will admit the holder to chicken barbecue at Bulldog stadium from 5 to 7 p.m. May 10 and also to the Poultry Princess Contest to he staged dl 8 p.m. in the Central Junior High Field House. Springdale Jaycees will again prepare the chicken for t h e annual outdoor picnic. Tickets to the festival tivitles will he on sale at Chamber of Commerce, Joyce's Drug Store, Holliman D r u g Store, Ogleshy Drug S t o r c. Moore's Rexall. Wal-Mart, the Arkansas Western Gas company offices, the Southwest Electric Power offices, t h e First State Bank and the First National Bank all in Springdale. Ticket co-chairmen Vaughn Neil and Ross Stout presided over the ticket sales planning session. N.W. Arkansas It District Chairman Roy Hunimell. right, of Fas'ctteville has been named district chairman of the Northwest Arkansas Poultry Grower-of-fhe-Year committee. Meeting with Hummell are Rill Hairr, center, of Nashville, state chairman of the Producer-of-lhe-Ycar committee and Jim McWhorler of Rogers, assistant state chairman. Awards will he present- ed to the outstanding broiler, turkey and egg producers. Local winners will he announced on May 10 and will compete in the state contest at Hot Springs June 12-14. 21 Club SoM NEW YORK (AP) - Tt* 21 lub. which grew from a prohi- ition-era speakeasy to one of ew York's most fashionable ·estaurants, has been sold for eportedly $10 million. The Ogden Corp. bought the estaurant, famous tor its Tought-iron grillwork and ainted iron jockeys, Tuesday nd said no changes would be made in decor or service. The club, located at 21 W. 2nd St., was owned by brothers Robert and H. Peter Krien- ler. Jerry Herns and Sheldon annen, who will continue to perate it. 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