Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 23, 1969 · Page 17
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 17

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 23, 1969
Page 17
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School Teacher Appointed Jones School Principal \ SPRINGDALE -Mrs. Arthie Knight, an elementary fchwl teacher here sine* 1961 his been named principal of J'.hef Elementary School for 1919-70. She will assume the position now i held by Albert Todd. who requested that he be assigned '~ - teaching position within to the M her listrict. . Knight was accepted for new duties in a regular PRINCIPAL .. . Mrs. Archie Knight the no in degi tnec ing of the Springdale School Boa ri Tuesday night. SI:' is a graduate of Hunts vilUj High School and received Apologize from GUADALAJARA (AP) -Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton have sent a $1,000 check SC cor, and apologies in lieu of a sched-: j n gt 0 ! achelor's degree from Fres ate College, Fresno, Calif., GO. She holds a masters e in elementary education year, according to Thurmtn G. Smith, superintendent ol schools. In other personnel matters Tuesday night, the board accepted the resignation of Stanley Finck, Springdale High School band director. Smith told the board that Finck had accepted a fellow ship at North Texas State Col lege to work towards a doctor ate Finck joined the school system five years ago, serving as junior high band director for the last three. He was named teacher of the year by the Springdale Jaycees earlier this year. the University of Arkansas. Shi Uled appearance at a charity ball April 30. The check was accompanied ky a letter from a physician laying the actress, who has a chronic hack ailment, needed a I ing complete rest. Uary joined the Springdale System in 1961 as a grade teacher in Wash- School, and has taught grade at Lee school since |1962. DO REASSIGNED Todl at his request, has been assigrid a sixth grade teach- iition at Central Elemen- hool for the next school Leisure LONDON (AP) -- E d w a r d Short, Britain's Secretary of State for Education, predicts that by the end of the 1980's most people will be working a four-day week, with three-day weekends. He also forecasts that most people will start work in their mid-20's and retire in their mid-50's. BUDDY POPPY DAYS SET April H and N win to Buddy Poppy days in Ftyttttvill*. ac cording to « proclamation issued today by Mryor Garland Melton Jr. In his proclamation. Mayor Melton urged "all patriotic citizens to wear a Buddy Poppy as mute evidence of our gratitude to the men of this country who hav« risked their lives in defense of the freedoms which we continue to enjoy as American citizens." The Veterans of Foreign Wars will be selling poppies on the square and throughout the city. Lectures Postponed HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) - Former President Lyndon B. Johnson has decided to defer unti next fall his planned series of lectures at Rice University. Johnson had hoped to discuss government in a series of talks during the current academic term, but a university spokes man said Monday he had been unable to fix on a suitable date McKee's Heart Transplant Was Successful Operation MHIBITI» pound!." McKee reports to the medical center for checkups each Monday and Friday. PALO ALTO. Calif. (AP) Robert 0. McKee startt off each day with a five-mile bicycle ride. After that, brimminf with en- er*y. he keep* on the go riding horses, playing golf, bowling or swimming. He just finished a two-month light school course in real estate to qualify as a salesman. If he can dig up the money he plans to take flying lessons. He relaxes so seldom his doctors have had to tell him to take it easy. He feels he is physically twice the man he used to be. And McKee is doing all this on another man's heart. Last August 31. the 51-year- old engineer became the world's 38th heart transplant patient. In an operation at Stanford Medical Center he received the heart of Dr. William Sample of Menlo Park, Calif., acting director of the Children's Health Council in Palo Alto. Dr. Sam pie, 39. had died of a brain hem orrhage. McKee says he had a heart IF HUMS h n* Ivy Nr YMT nurmur from childhood. Three ears ago he suffered the first ' three heart attacks. "I was considered for a trans- lant long before the first one in South Africa, but had to wait 10 months for a compatible door." he recalls. Before the transplant, "I had 10 rest halfway from the park- ng lot to the doctor's office. Jow I could walk to San Franisco if I had to." That would be 35-mile walk. "Offhand," says McKee. "I ;ould say my physical capacity s 200 per cent over what it was «fore I had any heart attack. "I've too g o o d an appetite ince the operation. The doctors awled me out the last time 1 was in and told me to take off 15 START SAYING FOR A HOME OF YOUR OWN t Your Wedding f TUXEDO Fashion Rents «JW. Dickson 442-56)1 Your Saving' Earn Mar* With Our 4.75% Current Dividend Rat* Now jrour regular passbook and J" Te8 ?TM eB * savings earn more at Faycttevillc Building ft Loan. We pay 4.75% as our current dividend rate. Put your savings with as now -- w*er« they'll start to earn more. 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