Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 22, 1976 · Page 9
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 22, 1976
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HATJONAt WiATHEX 5UVICI.- r«»V Princess Anne Transferred To Hospital After Accident Mild Weather Due Milrt nealher Is rx pec ted Ihroogh Friday In most ot · the southern and soulhxpsl- ern states .with showers Irom Texas to the.northern plains. Arkansas should be (air lo- night vllh increasing cloudiness. Snow flurries are expected ui Montana; showers in the lower Midwest a n d cooler temperatures are forecast for the west and for the' northern plains. (AP Wire- photo) FFA Presents Program To Kiwanis Club Members ot the Future Farmers of America ' (FFA) Chapter/at Fayetleyille High School presented the prograpi at the Wednesday meeting of the. Sequoyah Kiwanis' Club. Dennis-"Van. Asch'e,. chapter president, moderated the pre sentation and talked about chapter projects and the FFA Foundation. Jeff Bailey repor Hed o h , the FFA Rodeo to he ^held May 14 16 at the Washing Jton County fairgrounds, The i- Kiwanians also heart information regarding the stat FFA; association and the up coming state contests and con Terences from David Kohler Phyllis Kelly outlined.therl chapter, and state proficiency : awards program. Also appear ing were Sherman Smifh, chap ter vice president and Roj Hummel, chapter sponsor. Guests- o f . the Kiwanis Clul included visiting Kiwanian ban Hue EC c of Ihe Fayettcville Kiwa nis Club and Steve Larkir '.' ;Frank Schuler.and Dr7 Jim E' ;liott.' Other club activities in eluded an inter-club visit to th , 'Rogers Club last Week a n r i - t , the Hunlsville Club today. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Showers, and thunderstorms plashed over scattered areas rom tbe Pacific' Northwest to he Middle Atlantic .states today jut mild weather was the rule The lingering showers followed - a : stormy , outbreak tlwt Mild Weather Rules Throughout Most Of Country LONDON CAP) -- An ambu- .ance . transferred Princess Anne to a London hospital today for rest and further examination of a hairline crack in a vertebrw suffered when her horse fell and rolled on her. Officials at the hospital where she spent tbe night said (be injury was "very minor." The princess, only daughter of Queen Elizabeth II and fourth i n - l i n e for tbe British throne, was urKonscious for 10 minutes ..after ; the : accident Wednesday during the Portman Horse Trials,near Blandford, in southwest England. ·. . . .The jl^SO-pourid horse. Candlewick, was not hurt. The 25-year-oSti princess was lo be examined by the queen's physician. Dr. Richard Bayliss. Anne's husband, Capt. Mark Phillips,. was hopeful -that. her injuries would n o t - affect chances of making the equestrian team that will represent Britain in t h e 1!)7B Summer Olympics in. Montreal in July, "Obviously she. is sore from hoacKto foot. "Phillips: told ^reporters. "She was knocked out; she bad concussion: and ob viously she wil have to take i easy for two or three days, but can't see any reason why sh_ should not be hack riding at the weekend."- - * · The selectors of the British team named Ann.i as one five riders eligible for the cross - country competition. Bu one of the five Es to be elim: natcd .after tbe final hors. trials on June - 30. " The princess; who has lv?ci iding horses since she was 2% was riding in the; cross-country vent at the Portman trial vhen her horse apparently hi he riexl-to-lasl fence, 'threw he off ~and rolled on top of her, Phillips had just finished th course: when the loudsn announced that his -wife down. He galloped to her sic ind helped carry" her Lo an am lulance.. | She 'regained -co sciousncss on the 20-mile trip 5 Pople General Hospital. Phillips telephoned news the accident tn the queen, vi'1 was spendina her 50lh birtbda at Windsor Castle. "nothing to do with the horse hitting the fence. It Is just one of those things. It is a young horse, and young horses some times'make mistakes." The princess Avon the individual European equestrian title in 1971 but missed a placp'on the ·n?2 Olympic team when her irse injured a tendon. Phillips iade" [he team and won a gold icdal at Munich. A fall put Anne out cf the Eu- opean championships in Kiev 1973: - - Protest March Expected On Derby Day 'LOUISVILLE. Ky.. CAP) The leader of a large anti-bus- Anne and her husband stayed up late the night before it her birthday bal, at the But he said thai had the day of the Kentucky'Derby " " ' " ' NorthwMt Arkaiwu TIMES, Thun., April 11, 1976 · ' ~ATF.TTEYnjJ. ABKAXBAB - __ · Memphis Rubber Workers Costing City $500,008 Weekly -- just a few blocks outside MEMPHIS. Tenn. ^API- Striking rubber workers in Memphis arc costing the city's Louisville, .where, demonstra- economy S5M.OOG in weekly pay [tons will , be illegal. that day. 4-H Dog Show To Be Held Saturday : .The 'Washington County 4-H 3og Shb^v will be held Saturday t the'.Shiloh Plaza" on Emma t. in Springdale. · Registration will begin at. 12 icon and judging will be in the ollowing events: Best of Breed, J urc Bred; Rest of Breed, Jixed Breeds; Sub-novice, obedience^ novice obedience and junior showmanship. Judges arc Jack Wollands- vortb, pure bred; Ann Nelson, obedience and Joanne Fulton, nixed ; breed and junior showmanship. . . . 'Trophies provided by the National 4-H Club foundation, will be awarded winners. Entry inrms may be obtained from Lhe County Extension Office or by contacting Mrs. -Man' Ah- rents at 751-2603. Jack Shore, president-, of Union L ah or Against Busing, said Wednesday that his group will march In the county, just a few blocks from'thi: city limits and less than a nule from Churchill Downs,.where the famous horse He commented alter .Louisville Public Safety Director Allen Bryan announced thai the anti-busing group's second application for a parade permit wilhin'the city hmits .had been filed 'a federal denied. The ' group court siiit after the first application, was turned down, but U.S. ' District ' Court Judge Charles Allen' refused to order the city to grant the permit, requested by ULAB. · Instead, he issued an' junction.'prohibiting ULAB from marching hear the race 'track May l: . ': ; : Bryan said he has given ULAB permission, to.'stage r a march on April 28, the Wedries day before the Derby. But Shore sasd members of his or-i ganization "won't go along with. that." · ' . . . . . ' Jefferson County has no pa- fade permit ordinance. County Police Chief Russell McDaniel said if -members of -the group go ahead with plans lo march ar the " roUSi an official of the Firestone Tire Rubber Co, plant here said. , '. .Nick Pinter, plant public^ relations director, said Firestone lays its employes more than ;00,000 a week and sometimes .early $600.000, including over- im'e. - · : Average pay at the Memphis plant is $5.80 an hour, phis an- ither $3 an hour in fringe bene- its,- a company spokesman said. However, union officials :alculated wages at $5.40 an ;our with an additional $2.50 an lour in 'fringe benefits. About 2,800 Firestone employ- es, members of Local- 186 of the United Rubber Workers.- are Tire Rubber Co., B.F. Goodr- cn Co. and Uniroyal, Inc. ; The strike has also affected .he Goodyear p l a n t , a t , Union City, Tenn., where . 1,900 niern- bers. of Local 878 are out. The Goodyear plant contributes an estimated $$0 (m) million annually to the city's economy. There were no reports of trouble Wednesday at either the Memphis or Union City plants. Ten pickets were -at the Firestone" plant entrances as about 500 non-union employes reported t'o work. The non-union em- ployes * \vill contin-Je . working, officials^ said, even though tire production is shut down. Officials said '100 ^non-union employes reported to work at Union City.- U n i o n ' officials ..said late Wednesday that they could see striking as part of a nationwide no break 'in the strike tbat at- walkout against the industry's'fecls about 70,000 v/orkcrs at '17 Big Four--Firestone, Goodyear.plants nationwide: · CHlEU HANHV ORIENTAL FOODS 1914 W. Walnut, Rogers '--, (across from Bonanza on Hlw»y 71) A compUtt line of imported oriental foods. Fresh and dried seafoods and Chinese vegetables. . · EVERYBODY; WELCOME! Daily from 9 AM to 7 PM was at Miami, with" nearly inches. A little more than one inch' fell at Rochester, N.Y. A. few showers and isolated tbundershowpis spread from · the Dakoias and Nebraska into Minnesota, Iowa and northern Missouri. Showers also ranged irougbt tornadoes/ damaging over Oregon and cvlreme} umd.s and bail to portions of -J l --- "- I:r -- : Michigan, Pennsylvania; Ken- ucky, .West Virginia'and South Carolina late Wednesday. ·; '.. \. Seven twisters were recorded by the National Weather $cry- ce--six in Michigan and'one in Ohio. One of the tornadoes heavily damaged a honie and a. .modular-home factory . at Perry -in Central'Michig'an/'A man in the sat i n ' his living room while '(be winds lifted (he house, .turned -it around .and dropped it back down. He was shaken up but not otherwise hurl. Employes of tbe ,.Keyway Homes Inc.,'factory fled but the back dppr as the tornado struck the front of the building, causing' heavy damage. Wind"-damage -and hail also ortbern California Mostly cloudy skies moved into the northern Atlantic Coast states while clear or p a r t l y cloudy conditions prevailed elsewhere,. Temperatures, remained mild| throughout most of the country,' still above normal in the East but near normal elsewhere. Readings early today ranged f r o m - 7 8 at Needles,' Calif., to 28 at Gillefte; Wyo., arn~ Bank, Mont. Cher Hospitalized HONOLULU (AP) Bono Allman is in a hospital'for treatment of pre mature labor pains, The -· 29-year-okl television star, seven months pregnant, was -vacationing when she was were scattered elsewhere over'taken, to Kapiolani Hospital the. storm belt in the East and Monday. Doctors said Cher South. Golf ball-size hail ham-1 could be under treatment (or rnered = Columbia; S.C., and I days.or. even weeks, wind gusts to 65 miles per hour!,' CherV husband, rock musl lashed Latrohe, Pra. , ' , I cian Greg Allman, flow here to Heaviest .overnight rainfall he 'withrher, TELE$AVE Right new-look into your checkbook. Whofi the balance? What'i it earning for you? That money can earn efne- Ihing for you-without inconveniencing you in any .way. TEiE$AVE, a free service,of our new MONEY + PLUS Account, led you transfer $100 or more from your regular bank checking account (where it yearns: nothing) to your MONEY + PLUS Account with us where it earni 5.253 daily interest. All you do ii coll. - ' ' · When you.need your money, jint call to transfer money back into your checking account or have it. sent directly to you. You save all the rime and expense of transacting your business in pe'r- . ' ' ' . . ' · : s*n.' . 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