Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 16, 1969 · Page 25
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 25

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 16, 1969
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CO-EDUCATIONAL FACILITY . . . Has separate residence wings for men and women students who share common dining and lounge facilities (VA Photo by David Pattern) James E. Pomfret Housing Center DA Coed Dormitory To Be Dedicated Sunday The James E. Pomfret Housing Center at the University of Arkansas will be dedicated Sunday. Dr. David W. Mullins, president, has announced. The coeducational housing complex, built at a cost of $4.180.000and opened to students in the fall of 1967. is named in honor of the late vice president for business at the University, who died Sept. 13, 1967. (Mrs. Peter Farber) of Seattle, Wash. HOUSING CENTER The Housing Center, constructed in three wings, has the capacity for 402 men students in double rooms, and 406 women students. It contains a total of 99.729 square feet of floor space. The central dining area contains 8.650 feet and can accommodate 730 students at a time. The dedication of the build- The building has a lounge and ing will be held at 2 p.m.. with recreation area of 4.750 square (in open house of the residence f r "' center and a reception follow- )us figure, noted for his sense f humor., his energy and his nterest in everything at the Jniversity, particularly its people. A native of Philadelphia, Pa.. Pomfret first came to Arkan sas in the .latter part of Work: War II, when he was stationec at Fort Chaffee. Then he met and married his wife, the former Marguerite Humphreys of Fayetteville. and they returned 'o Fayetteville. ing at 2:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend. Participants in the ceremcay will include Rev. Claiborne M. Bell, pastor of the First United Presbyterian Church of Fayetteville, Dr. Mullins. Dr. James Green, former administrative vice president of the . University: U. Col. F.A. Humphreys, a brother-in-law of Pomfret: Fred Vorsanger. vice president for business. Leon B. Catlett. vice chairman of the board of trustees. and Richard Platt. a junior from Springdale. representing the students who live in the center. Pomfret's widow, who is a $taff member of the Student Aid Office, will attend the ceremony, their children, James as E.. III. recently from the Navy: discharged Allison, a teacher in the New Orleans Public Schools, and Margie Located at and Stadium California Drive Drive, the Facility was built with a $4,000.000 federal loan, which will be retired with the rentals paid by the students. The Center was named in honor of Pomfret, Dr. Mullins said, because of both his "strong sense of identity with the students of the University and the large responsibility he assumed in the housing construction pro gram on the campus." HIS CAREER Ponfret had been vice president for business since 1958. He had been associated full-time with the University since 1948, when he joined the staff as chief accountant. Prior to that, he had served as a student manager of the Student Union while attending school. Pomfret was generally known on campus as "Big Jim." both for his physical size and his spirit. He was a popular cam- Change of Venue Denied By Judge TEXARKANA, Ark. (AP) A change of venue sought by attorneys for Kenneth Ra Blanton. 27. of Dallas, who i charged with first-degree mur der. was denied Tuesday b Circuit Court Judge W. H. Arn old of Texarkana. Blanton is charged in the slaying of Wynn Smith. 36, a prominent Texarkana business man, who was found beaten am stabbed in his apartment las December. Arnold said attorneys Blanton failed to show Blanton could not get a trial in Texarkana. They sought to move the trial, sched uled for April 28. to Prescot because of the publicity abou the slaying. fo: tha fair ha Murder Charge Filed Against Arthur Boyd A second man has been char- nd with first degree murdtr the fata! beating here- last eck of Arkley Garrett. 57. A charge of first degree mur- cr was filed against Arthur oyd, 41, of Fayetteville, in ashington Circuit Court Tues- ay afternoon by Prosecutor ahlon Gibson. Earlier an identical charge ad b e e n brought against 21- ear-old John S. Guthrie also Fayetteville. Both men, ar- ested by city police, have been ansferred to custody of the leriff's office and are being eld in the county jail. Circuit Judge Maupin Cumings has appointed an altor- ey to represent Guthrie. and expected to name a represcn alive for Boyd. Garrett's body was found on sidewalk at 222 S. College ve. several hours after his eath. Investigating officers bc- eve he was beaten to death uring a struggle in an empty ouse behind the College A x e ue address. N*4iwMt ArfwMM HMB, WtA, AVCTTIMttf. AMUNtM (bch addltkHKl Uiw-tMW card of Thukt - ».«· (Over M wordi. 7e per word) PLEASE be «u» to chick Jour ifl or etrora th» flrat day of publl- ·tion. Adjuitaienta will b* made n the bull « the firit appear- nce only No corrections mad* fter ad ho expired. Ilia newspaper reaervea the rlfht o edit, reject and properly claaal- y all ad. SECOND SUSPECT CHARGED . . . Boyd (right) talks with Sherijf Bill Long of city police headquarters shortly be/ore his transfer to county j a i l 95 Students From 32 Countries Enrolled at UA There arc 95 students from 32 oreign countries enrolled in the iring semester at the Univcr- ty of Arkansas with the larg st number coming from India. The Indian students number 0 and the second largest rcprc- entation is from Thailand with 0 students registered from that ountry. Eight Japanese students, six Chinese, six Germans, five Iran- ans and four Canadians are nrolled. Three c o u n t r i e s , 'ranee, Pakistan and Greece, ach have three students on the ampus. Egypt, Finland. Hong Kong, celand. and the Netherlands ach have two representatives .mong the student body. One student is from each of he following countries: Bqliv- a, Chile. Colombia. Costa Rica. Ecuador. El Salvador. Guatemala. K o r e a , Malaysia. \ic- ragua. N i g e r i a . Okinawa, 'eru. Philippines. S w e d e n , Switzerland and Turkey. Philosophical Association Elects Officers The recently formed Arkansas Philosophical A s s o c i a t i o n e l e c t e d n e w officers a n d adopted an official constitution itt the first program mci'tinf! of the gruup held at the University of Arkansas last weekend. The new officers are Dr. Philip Baslior. associate professor of philosophy at the University of Arkansas, president; .lohn Gucndling of Arkansas Poly tcchnic College, program chairman, and Richard Humphrey, Philander Smith College, who was re-elected secretary. The constitution adopted by the association states its purpose as being "to hold philosophical conferences and other wise promote the study of phi losophy in the state of Arkansas." Membership in the group "shall he composed of teacher? of philosophy in the colleges and universities of Arkansas." it says. M e m b e r s representing I I state schools attended the two- day conference. Bashor said along with a number of students and other guests. A full sched ule of business and social activities was held, along with thi presentation of papers. CLASSIFIED Phone 442-6242 PEH WORD . . . 7c Minimum Order 15 Words Minimum Charge 51.05 CASH DISCOUNT RATES 6 consecutive insertions 5 consecutive insertions 4 consecutive insertions 3 consecutive insertions 2 consecutive Insertions per wort . 30. . 3 0 . 24 . 18 . 14 Above aro the Cash Discount rates you will receive by ordering your Ad at The Tim« office and paying cash for It. or by ordering your Ad by Phone and paying for it within 10 days of the date billed. I0r» added after 10 daya. For best results give full description and start your ad for 6 days You may cancel your ad when results arc obtained. 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In !«ki- rOjililnhcrt i-iinitu- prolucn of its km.l. ·H--MOI nn\l;nir. APPUCAT1ONS now belnz taken for newspaper carrier hoys 12 year* or o:-1- er. Apply circulation department. Northwest Arkansas TIMES. 19-Help Wan1ed-Femat«- way 7! N.. Pl)nnstln:c. ror.OlI, fucn. * jr'fs^n-icr, chiHrrn'n rlotln-s. r/ flipvy l'*i tr:i! V-. nrw drrn freeze. Sr'l t:nuse S. yi.ak^rTiMe. -UM;'«n 2-- Coming Events-"PUBLIC SALE" 2 mi Si), of Sulpliur Otv In new linrtiif mi Mulilli' Km k thi-n sharp Inli. So : mi on ih- u;d Van Uunily Place. Watch !nr MHI-.S SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1969 , ,,_ n .. Slnrts 1:00 P.M. l i-alllf llanoy KIT- lurfcrt" AVON · nu In rer\'t t-:- ti.rni-i- Call ·O'J-TUTT n:ic:fi'wr.«; and ask f.. M . .Mi- 1 "ir-":i \v.\NTKI : ".is!i ri, n/a:k Tlieafre. Ap- ph in [KM «.··[ Mr. Humni'inrl. Wanted-Male-Femalt RALSTON PURINA CO. Springdale Turkey Plant NOW HIRING Produclion Workers I Permanent openings for men and women over 18 years of 3.'i Head nnwl i-nlllf llanoy KIT- . .. , nin RUMin Tr,u-!or. modri r.:,. ii:rs«i.' age starting April 2V, 196V. oihi-°''"ii!l.'i"s'"i'i'o % miii,i-rma'V$i.82 July 1, 1969. Excellent George Rains W. C. Farmer,! working conditions. Owner Tom Cobb, Auctioneer , 4--Personals-- H A V K |ic,ire -- [:re m; K C. Gorhnm. KlVm*. , 6--Instructions-- ! Drawing, Painting, Pottery F.-r I I I ! I ! - . . . ' ··:: C - l 11.1-1.' . Or V.'MIr :..:i F I : M O Experience Necessary WE WILL TRAIN YOU Apply in Person to: Ralston Purina Turkey Processing Plant Wobe Lane Springdale, Ark. WE A^E AM EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER ' s"! i.'.'ncitApur.n 7- Schools- _ SM i ' M A H V »:·!, EARN V/HILE YOU LEARN ' SKI '.". K 7,V a .' T."V r...! · i :! i.' ..-.I'" I"-)-.-.- K K Y I ' I . ' N T H «liT..|i.r .-. I . , - . : . 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