Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 28, 1973 · Page 6
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Norrhwe* Ar»nea* TIMES, W*4, Ptb. 21, 197* rAVITTKVILLI, ARKANSAS UN Group Debates Condemnation Of Israel UNITED NATIONS, M.Y. -- The U.N. aviation agency debates today whether to condemn Israel for shooting down a Libyan airliner and at the same time launches a fact- finding investigation into I Sinai Desert tragedy last week. Egypt, Yugoslavia and 13 Af- They hoped for a compromise] resolution deploring the loss of 106 lives in (he tragedy- and urging efforts to avert such incidents in the future. However, countries critical of Israel hold a commanding majority in the organization. The Israeli government contends that the downing of the plane was caused by accident on both sides, but that the French pilot of the airliner and the Cairo control tower vere chiefly to blame. The Soviet delegate charged at the session Tuesday that Is rael had made a "premeditated attack" on the airliner. NEWS WHILE IT'S NEWS IN THE TIMES Warehouse For Schools Work is nearlng completion on the 10,000 square fool warehouse for the ·Fayeltcvllle Public Schools. The building, erected under a $25,000 loan, approved last fall hy the school board, will be used for central warehousing of food, school lunch supplies, Instructional supplies and equipment. The building, a metal prefab structure, has a loading dock and drive-in door. Contractor is Delta Construction Co. of Fort Smith. The warehouse Is located be- tween Ramay Junior High School and the bus garage. Construction has been delayed by unfavorable weather and part of the work has been performed by school maintenance personnel, (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) rican or Asian' countries de-1 manded both condemnation of' the Jewish state and an immediate investigation in a resolution submitted late Tuesday to an assembly of the International Civil Aviation Organization. The session Tuesday of the 125-nation body showed that an investigation was agreeable to all. Israel itself approved, asking for an impartial, "calm and sober" probe into why its jet pilots fired on the airliner over the territory east of the Suez Canal that it has occupied since 1967. American and some other Western delegates sought to temper the condemnation part of the resolution in the interests of cooling Middle East tension. niniimn iiiiiiiiiiniiiiriiiiiiinmiiuiniiiiiniHinii ill in mi: Business Notes Includes Scholarships And Grants Five Projects Approved By DA Foundation The University of Arkansas Foundation has approved the funding of five projects totaling $11,911. according to Harvey McGeorge of Pine Bluff, chairman. The largest portion of the funds will be used to finance , six $400 scholarships each year · during a four-year period for I freshmen students who are ·entering the new bachelor of !*arts in physics program of the ; college of arts and sciences. ' The U n i v e r s i t y of ! Arkansas Foundation is a non' profit organization aimed at ', advancing higher education ' through the procurement and '· allotment of private funds for : all campuses of the University. The program in physics, just , begun this year by the department of physics, is aimed al I giving students a broad training in physics as a basis for future careers in other related fields, according to Dr. S.M. Day. chairman of the department. It offers a student a quan titative background in physic." and mathematics, while at the same time allowing him to take courses also in a special em phasis study field. The goal. Dr Day said, is to provide industry government and education wit broadly trained young caree persons who have a sound basi understanding of science an technology. The scholarships funded by he Foundation are an attempt oo encourage students to enter his program. The scholarships re for freshmen each year and are non-renewable. The Foundation also announced a grant of $1,529 to )r. Donald D. White, assistant irofessor of management in the ollege of business adminis- ration, for a research study n t i t l e d "Manager Needs, 'radices and Philosophies in pain, Greece and Germany: A ^ross-Cultural Comparative iurvey." The purpose of the tudy, according to Dr. White, s to provide a "cross-cultural" comparison of human needs and motivation in organizational environment in the various countries. OTHER PROJECTS Other projects to be financed sy the foundation are: -- The purchase of a series of 15 teaching films for the Department of Plant Pathology at a cost of $602. The film series is offered by the American Phy topathological Society and was produced by the University o Wisconsin. -- A research study in Ihe Department of Health, Physica Education and Recreation on "the effects of long-term usagi uponi fatigue and recovery o t h e c a r d i o v a s c u l a r a n t m u s c u l a r systems." Tin iroject, to be conducted by Dr 3arry S. Brown and Jan Bar iett, graduate assistant, wil eceive $115 from the Foun dation. - A research study by G Robert Burns, a gradual student in Health, Physica ducation and Recreation, o 'the effect of three runnin ·egimens on muscle glycoge stores and vascularization skeletal muscle in rats." Burns will receive $65 from the Foundation. WR Memorial Arrangements have been made by the Republican County ommittee for a bus to take citizens of Washington County a the memorial service for Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller, to held at 2 p.m. March 4 at Petit Jean. Any one wishing to attend may call Virginia McPherson 442-4346 or Margaret Huntley, 521-1340. Reservations must be made by Thursday evening. An exclusive agreement for he distribution of the Peterson reeding stock in Mexico and Central America has been s i g n e d with Heproductores ^ l a c i o n a l e s i n Monterrey, Mexico. 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