Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 28, 1973 · Page 3
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iniiniiiiiiiiip THE WEATHER Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr. Weather Forecast Albany Albu'que Amarillo Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Charleston Charlotte Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Denver Des Moines Detroit Dutluth Fort Worth 3reen Bay Helena Honolulu Houston Ind'apolis Jacks'ville Kansas City Little Rock Los Angeles Louisville Marquette Memphis Miami Milwaukee Mpls-St.P. New York New York Okla. City Omaha Jrlando 'hilad'phia Phoenix Pittsburgh Pt'land, Ore. Pt'Iand, Me. Rapid City Richmond Sunny, warmer weather in expected for most of the na- lion through tonight. Cooler weather is forecast for the Pacific coastal stales and in the Great Lakes. Showers are possible in Texas with snow flurries in the Great Lakes and in northern New England. (AP Wirephoto) Collector Items NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- Lee Harvey Oswald's personal effects have become collector items and the federal government should pay a collector's price for items they seized in 1963, an appeals court has ruled. The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overruled a Texas district court's contention that Oswald's possessions were worth only. $3,000. Instead, the appeals court said Monday, the diary and oth «r papers of President John F. Kennedy's accused assassin have great historical value for which the government must pay his widow $17,729-almosl »ix times what they offered. Pup Swallows Butcher Knife PHILADELPHIA (AP) -Kraut, a 4-month-old German shepherd pup with a taste for Italian sausage, instead' swallowed a 12-inch butcher knife and lived to bark about it. Benjamin Stevens, Kraut's Owner, said he and his wife were having a sausage snack in the kitchen of their home during the weekend when the pup py jumped up, grabbed the knife from the table and swallowed it without so much as a yelp. Stevens rushed the dog to veterinary hospital, where it was discovered the knife wa 20 -1 63 4266 46 19 IS 56 38 63 31 58 32 44 33 57 59 24 14 70 58 25 5 65 39 51 30 40 25 33 30 29 12 62 32 38 31 31 12 32 25 60 40 29 20 55 24 82 64 68 49 33 32 76 50 43 30 46 30 62 56 39 27 35 29 40 33 78 57 35 22 34 32 67 46 32 20 58 40 36 33 76 53 37 22 75 53 35 20 60 42 17 5 58 30 42 29 clr cdy clr cdy clr clr clr cdy clr c!r cdy . clr cdy clr clr cdy cdy cdy cdy clr .02 cdy cdy cdy clr clr · cdy cdy cdy cdy cdy clr clr .19 cdy cdy clr ' ' clr cdy cdy clr cdy cdy . clr cl cdy clr cd 1 clr cd; .02 cl .31 City Symphony Society Seeks New Members Response has been slow to the membership campaign being conducted by the Fayetteville Symphoy Society and the drive which began Feb. 1 is still continuing. A goal of $3,000 is being sought and sponsors may attend ;he four musicales given each year and names of all sponsors are included on symphonj programs. The first musicale of the season will be presented at 10 a.m. Friday in the Fine Arts Center concert hall. Kennetl Osborne, professor of organ, humanites and history will present a lecture and program on the newly rebuilt Moeller organ. Refreshments will be served in the gallery from 10 to 10:30 a.m. Interested persons may make c o m m i t m e n t s i n severa categories. The categories an sponsor, $20; business sponso: $15; civic organizations, $25 and patrons $7.50. Contribution: may be sent to Mrs. Heydo: Lewis, 410 Gunter in Fayette ville. Mrs. Lewis, president of th oclety, said future emphasis Is R placed on attracting more layers for the orchestra and 11 expanded program schedule, nd to increase the scope and uality of the orchestra. "We are trying to reach some f the new residents in the area s well as those who have upported the program since its Beginnings in 1954," Mrs. Lewis aid. Mrs. Lewis also said that most of the income is used for scholarships for talented young nusicians to study at the Uni- ersity of Arkansas and to play n the symphony. T h e University-Fayetleville Symphony, under the baton of Theodor Avitahl, has given an outstanding season of programs n the 1972 year, encompassing wide range ot orchestral and choral literature. St. Louis Salt Lake San Diego San Fran Seattle Spokane Tampa Washington 36 23 55 36 68 58 87 73 56 42 54 38 74 46 41 28 cl r .18 r cd .03 cd r cl cd Northwest Arkansas TIMES, W«d,, felt. 28, 1973 · FAVrrriVILLI, ARKANSAS Martin Arrives As February Nears End The first mnrtin known to have arrived in Fayetteville this year swept · in on Monday--a scout visited the martin houses in the yard of Dr. George Fischer, on Ranch Drive. Last year the scout called also on a Monday, but was Feb. 28 rather than Feb. 26 as this year. Since the openings in. the houses were taped up to keep out sparrows and starlings, the owner immediately went out and opened the doors for other birds which he was sure would now be returning to make theii summer homes. Martins are very popular, with many residents providing homes where they can nest and bring up their offspring through the spring and summer months. They make war on mosquitoes and other pests and are extremely interesting to the landlords who study their habits and watch them fly in and out until near the end of the season they soar off to make their homes elsewhere when cold weather visits this part of the country. North Side of Square Fayetteville Open Monday and Thursday 'til 8:30 p.m. featuring Custom Tailoring by J. Capps Sons in addition to. the finest selection of quality men's wearing apparel in Northwest, Arkansas. We Welcome the Opportunity to Shoiv You the Latest in Fashions for the New Spring Season. Bon kAmeri card Convenient Credit Available -- Master Charge Turks Sentenced NICE. France. (AP) -- Turkish Sen. Kudret Bayhan and his chauffeur, Ibrahi m Ikier, were sentenced to 15 years in prison today and fined $662,222 for trying to smuggle 321 pounds of morphine base from Italy into France. Morphine base is the raw material for heroin. The two men were intercepted at the French-Italian border at Menton on March 5, 1972. lodged so deeply it could be detected only, with tine use of X- rays. Surgery was ordered. "The operation was relatively simple," explained Dr. Roger M. Batts, who performed the two-hour operation. GET THE TUNE-UP SPECIAL rich quick! fffvtrf RICHER BETTER FLAVOR Savc2OCon New, Richer Fblger's Crystals. Folger's Crystals is new. Its been made richer to taste better. Redeem this 20$ coupon and try a new, rich-tasting coffee. 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