Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 22, 1973 · Page 5
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CONFERENCE PAGES . . . Jan Deal, Mary Matthews, and Sarah Frances Barham (left to right) Girls Chosen Conference Pages Three Fayetteville girls have been chosen to serve as pages during the State Conference of · the Arkansas Society of the National Society. Daughters of the American Revolution, when it meets here March 1, 2 and 3 at the Ramada.Inn. Jan Deal, sixteen-year-old daughter of Mrs. Phil Deal and the late Dr. Deal, will he a page to Mrs. Harry Coffman of Clarksville, Chapter Aux Arc. Miss Deal is a sophomore at Fayetteville High School where she is a member of the swimming team. Her interests i n c l u d e horses, swimming, camping and dancing. She is also active with youth groups of the Methodist church. Mary Matthews will serve as page for her mother, .j Mrs. Edwin Matthews, recording secretary of Marion Chapter, Fayetteville, and finance chairman of ..the state meeting. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs! Edwin Matthews. Mary is sixteen-years-old and a junior at Fayetteville High School. She is a senior delegate to the Board of Directors of Noark Council of the Girl Scout planning board for Noark Council; member of the singing group at University Baptist Church; officer of Co-ed Ex- plorer Post 909 sponsored by B a l d w i n Electronic Co.; member of the Library Club; member of Arkansas All-State Choir and main office monitor at the high school. Miss Sarah Frances Barham will page for Mrs. Lee 0. Rogers of Captain Basil Gaither Chapter of Little Rock. Seventeen years of age, Miss Barham i s interested in foreign languages, president of the High School Language Club, a member of the National Honor Society and gymnastic club. A junior at Fayetteville High School, she is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Barham. Bride-Elect Honored At Party The home of Miss Kandy Ryan on Juneway Terrace was the scene Saturday of a miscellaneous bridal shower honoring Miss Beverly Martin, bride-elect of Gary Davis. Co- hostesses were Miss Lee Ann Bair, Miss Carol Ownby, and Miss Kim Vaught. A color scheme of pink and blue, the bride-elect's chosen colors was carried out. The refreshment table was covered with a lace cloth appointed with silver and crystal and the centerpiece was of pink carnations accented with blue baby's breath. Miss Martin, Mrs. James Martin, her mother, and her sister, Miss Cheryl Martin, all received corsages of pink carnations. Forty guests called between the hours of 2 until 4 p.m. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM^ NartrmiPBt Arkansas Olimra or nininiiiiiiHiiiiuijiiiiiiiHiuiiiiiiiiiHiiinininiiiiinniiii Bridge News Greco, Lorca, Dancers To Appear In Last Of Series T h e Northwest Arkansas Community Concert Association ends its 1972-73 series with Jose Greco and Nana Lorca and a company of Spanish dancers, singers and' musicians on Thursday, March 1, in Barnhill Fieldhouse at 8 p.m. Admittance to the entertainment is by membership in the and students' ID p e a r a n c e s , lecture-demonstration recitals _ and master classes. ' . Greco's long list of honors include The Cross of the Knight of Civil Merit conferred by the S p a n i s h Government "in recognition of his world-wide contribution to the culture and performing arts of Spain"; the International Platform Associa- association cards. · B o r n o f Spanish-Italian " parentage in the Abruzzi moun- .. tains of Italy, Senor Greco has r been dedicated since boyhood to the study of Spanish music and . dance. He studied under Spain's foremost teachers and his ." unique talents attracted the attention of the immortal Ar- tion's Bowl highly Award, coveted Silver and honorary , degrees, a Doctor of Humanities f r o m Northwood Institute (Indiana) and from Fairfield University in Connecticut, a Doctor of Humane Letters. He has appeared in such award- winning films as "Around the World · · · -'Ship Eighty Days" Fools," and television with Bob Hope, Dinat Shore, Dean Martin, Ed Sullt van and dozens more. His concerts have also been "".; v s TMto hi= vnuth brilliantly recorded on albums gentmita who, despite his y° utn -| RCA y^ MGM Records an d engaged him as her partner. Decca ' Following her untimely death, Greco went on to costar with ·' her younger sister, the famed Filar Lopez, and to tour with ' her throughout Europe. E a r l y in 1971 Greco established the Jose Greco ' F o u n d a t i o n f o r Hispanic Dance, , Inc. Committed artistically and educationally to r encouraging the growth of this heritage throughout the country, he carries its objectives forward ' through four principle activities, concerts symphony guest ap Oklahoma Paper Won't Accept 'R 1 Movie Ads ·· OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) The Daily Oklahoman and Oklahoma City Times newspapers say they no longer will accept advertising, beginning Feb. 2t, ' {or motion pictures which carry ' "Restricted" R ratings. The policy, announced Tuesday, is an extension ^of one which went into effect Oct. 13, 1969, under which advertising was not accepted for films with "X" ratings, or for those not ' submitted for ratings by the ' Motion Picture Association of America. E K Gaylord, publisher and ' editor of the newspaper, said . the policy was being instituted "because we believe we should not be a party to publicizing movies of the kind that the R rating has come to stand for. "Our investigations have dis- - closed that the 'R' rating cur, rently is .being given to movies that contain scenes of sex and violence and offensive words to the degree that we do not want our publications to be associated with them in any way We are not attempting to tell exhibitor what films they can show, or to tell moviegoers what films they can see. We are sim- nlv exercising our own decision not to accept advertising for . certain films." One possible exception to the policy was announced. It would ; · occur only in cases where the exhibitor provides an advance screening of an "R" rated film for a representative of the newspapers and the representative's report results in a management decision to accept advertising for that particular movie. · The ' newspapers also announced "they would refer to "X" or "R" rated movies on news columns only instances when they are involved in actual news stories--such as reports on legal proceedings. Under the policy, .it was announced that newspaper representatives also will view movies carrying the "Patental Guidance" PG ratings and advertising for such films will be declined if the management feels such a decision is warranted. Movie* rated "General" G will be-evaluated in this manner only on citizen complaints, the newspapers said. The year of 1973 mark; Greco's 20th season in th United States. His partner i: Senorita Lorca and they ar accompanied by his superJ corps of. Spanish dancers singers and musicians. Nana. Lorca has starred a prima ballerina with the Jos Greco Company on severa recent tours throughout th United States and abroad Today she co stars with Seno Greco. She was born in th Province of Murcia, and \va nine years old when she too! the Grand Award at Zaragozs with her interpretation of th "Jota." She graduated from th Royal Conservatory of Musi and Declamation in .Marine The senorita has been sdiois with the renowned Pilar Lope Company, and has appeare with her own ballet at the 196* New York World's Fair Spanis Pavilion. Four Seasons Club Discusses Birds Four Seasons Garden Club met recently at the home of Mrs. Willard Gatewood with 14 members and a guest present. ' P o l i o . w i n g the business meeting conducted by the-presi- ent, Mrs. H. J. Heckel, :Mrs. ). E. Foldvary gave a program n birds. Mrs. Foldvary is a reteran bird watcher with much experience. Her emphasis was n bluebirds, and she discussed he care of their houses and m their nesting and feeding habits. After the program there was a surprise baby shower for Mrs. i. E. Croxlon, first vice president. , : The centerpiece for the dining able where refreshments were served was an arrangement of pink carnations and blue Dutch ris. Mrs. Gatewood served cake decorated in a pink and blue motif, and Mrs. Glenn Cole presided at the coffee service. Radicals, Rock On Way Out On College Campus CINCINNATI, Ohio (AP) -Monster movies, conservativ speakers and classical or blue music apparently are "in" 01 college campuses this year Radicals and rock are on th ·wane. Such is the message bein generated by the National En tertainment Conference, a nois four-day gathering of agent and collegians to arrange book ings for talent on campus. Students and campus talen coordinators from throughou the nation are here. Some ar working with budgets of mor than $290,000 a . year, other with as little as $4,000. Agents report a brisk bus ness in the talent market, an they add that a couple'^of si; nificant trends are showing. First, they say, the blues i even the classics are more lik ly to be heard than "har rook" when collegians, gathe these'days. Secondly, are out on radical ' speake campus, at leas MEN Thursday, February 22, 1973 North-south winners in Monay night's Duplicate Bridge lub games were Miss Joan Eci- liston and Jeremy Hess, first jace; Joe Bechely and Bob orengasser, second; and tying or third and fourth places were oe Scott and Glenn Brewer ith Ken Bower and Mrs. Golda aner. ' East-west winners were Mrs. orman McCartney and Mrs. oe Rodman, first; Mrs. Eva 3 ace and Jerry Horn, second; immy Eaton and Robert Villiams, third; and Michael 'anderburg and Robert Trepp, ourth. Judge's Ruling Favors Newsman LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Cir cuit Court Judge Warren E Wood ruled Wednesday that reporter has the. right to in spect the corporation index fil cards in their storage trays a the secretary of state's office. Wood said this was subject t Secretary of State Kell Bryant's right to have one o his deputies watch. The ruling was on a suit file by Tucker Steinmetz. a repor The group londay night meets every at 7:30 o'clock .t the Legion Hut. The Monday night bridge arty at the Community Adfclt lenler was attended by 21 nembers. Winners in consecutive order vere Oscar White, Paul Arnott, Muriel Kragh, Grace Atwater, .Ima Maille and Mary Schafer. Anyone 50 years of age or er for the who had Arkansas Gazette contended tha iver may participate Ivities of the Center. in ac- and conservatives are in. "It goes along with the moo of the country, a general liftin of the spirit of things," said one agent. There's a "monster booth" A'here collegians can arrange 'or campus viewings of vintage horror films. And there is an agent ready lo sign a contract to bring a Credit Women Have Dinner Fayetteville International Credit m e t Women- Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Dollie Miller for potluck dinner and a Valentine party. Sixteen members were present and brought Valentine gifts for secret friends. The next meeting will be held at 7 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 28, at the Holiday Inn in Fayette- 1-18 It ' ville. Sardines Are Aged In France, the best sardines are aged as carefully as vintage wines, says Geographic. N a t i o n a l full three-ring circus to campus. "There seems to be a swing toward cultural things," said Lucy Lapage of Royce Carlton, Inc., a New York firm.. "More campuses are looking to speakers and artists to stay around for gatherings and personal contacts after their presentations," she says. Eugene Kernels, representing United Films, distributor of horror movies and film classics, says collegians are "turned on to a nostalgia thing. "In the past few years, nostalgia has gone big in all areas," he said, leafing through a promotional brochure entitled "Fifty Years of Devils, Demons and Monsters." "One of our popular-items is the original series of 12 Sherlock Holmes films, with Basi Rathbone," he said. Veterans-Auxiliary Have Conference The mid-winter conference of the Department of Arkansas, Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary, was held at the Sheraton Hotel, in Little Rock Saturday and ; Sunday with Department Commander Dr. Norris Callaway of West Memphis and Mrs. Leona H. Drennen, department president o f . Searcy, conducting the m e e t i n g's . National headquarters was represented by Francis W. Stover,, director of National legislative service for the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and Mrs. Odie Lee Crossett, national senior vice president. District No 1 . 1 officers present ncluded Mr. and Mrs. Richard Darnell of Springdale, present d i s t r i c t commander and auxiliary president; Chaplain ..ester Smith of Lincoln, and M r s . S m i t h E v e r e t t Donaldson, past district corn- Bryant's office would not him inspect whole trays at time. He said he was lold h could ask for an individual car and look at them one at a tim which would be time co suming. Wood invited Bryant to su mil a written proposal in f i \ days suggesting a different WE of making the file cards ava able if he objected to the n ing. He said his ruling wou become final if Bryant did n suggest an alternative. Births WASHINGTON GENERAL Mr .and Mrs. Alvie L. Stacey Fayetteville, a daughter, eb. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Brian K. o n n o 1 1 e y of Rogers, a aughter, Feb. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Audrey V. troud of Fayetteville, a son, eb. 2D. Mr. and Mrs. Gary G .John on of Garfield, a daughter 'eb. 20. 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Center, 8 p.m. UUII Illlllllil III III !· mander and Mrs. Welch, past district Gertrude president and department national home chairman of Springdale. film entitled "Youth Volunteers," was shown by George J. Ernst, director of volunteers at the Fayetteville VA Hospital. Reports were given. iiiiiiiiitiiiiii!iioni!iniiiiii mi iiiiin linn inn in 111 niiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiii Announcements iiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiniiiinniiniiiiiniiinnuiip Forty Club will have a dinner- dance at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Holiday Inn in Springdale. Neil and Mary Fulton are chairmen, and serving with them will be John and Penny Fox, Dave and Dottie Hildbold. John and Joyce Jones, Howard and Alta Scott, Brad and Wanda Waddle, and Preston and Kathryn Woodruff. 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