Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 26, 1969 · Page 5
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On University Campus Future Fanners Session Draws 61 Boys About 690 boys and their advisors repiesenting 9C schools . from all over Arkansas participated in state judging contests and attended a banquet Friday night at the University of Arkansas Student Union with Arkansas Power and Light Company as host. Members of Future Farmers of America, the winners will take part in similar contests on a national basis this fall in Waterloo, Iowa, and Kansas City. The FFA members participated in judging of crops, land, meats, dairy products, general livestock, dairy cattle, poultry and poultry products, agricultural mechanics and electrification. T w o Northwest Arkansas teams came out ahead in judging poultry and poultry products. The Lincoln team, con- School Won't Be The Same When Sarae Returns Home HOT SPRINGS. Ark. (AP) Sarge is going home to his native Alabama and it won't be quite the same at St. Luke's Day School here. Retired Army M. Sgt. Elmer H. Ingram probably has wiped more noses and tied more shoes than any other person connected with the school. When Share was ill last autumn, mail to the hospital was clogged with crusty creations of colored paper and long phonetic messages in crayon. The sky over the school was thick with innocent petitions shooting heavenward, one of whicn said: "Please make Sarge well: he's our best friend." Ingram has been sexton at St. Luke's Episcopal Church since 1952 and with his late wife, Ruth Stafford Ingram, cared for the church and for the school and children. RETIRING It's another April now and Sarge is retiring. When the children heard the news, they gathered on the playground in little knots of common sadness. "What's we do for a principal when Sarge goes away?" a child asked. "Is Sarge really, truly leaving?' "Maybe he's going to have his tonsils out!" Sarge always knows what children m e a n to say even if Graves Ordained As Auxiliary Bishop LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Lawrence O Graves was ordained auxiliary bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese ot Little Roc 1 ' «·-=''a by Bishop Albert L. r"etcher. The diocese encompasses the state of Arkansas. Bishop Graves will serve as auxiliary to Bishop Fletcher. Thirty-two Catholic archbish ops and bishops attended. Bish op consecrators were Bisho] Lawrence M. Defalco of Amaril lo. Tex., and Auxiliary Bisho Warren L. Boudreaux of Lafay *Hr T * they don't know how to say it well. But more important, he knows what they need to hear He knows all about the flag anc they don't know how to say it all about fishing (and he won'i "tell" if you climb the red bud tree.) If you're a five-year-old boy in a world of lady teachers, its a mighty comforting thing to have a real soldier to talk to Or if you're a fi year-old gir without front teeth, it's tcrrihlj important to know someone who'll tell you that you're pretty every day. SARGE FIXES THINGS If your knee is hurt, Sarge wil 'fix it;' if your feelings arc mrt. Sarge knows why. If you eacher is late in the morning Sarge will be there: if you mother is late in the afternoon Sarge will wait with you. I ·our father can't come to tht Valentine's Day luncheon, yot ;et to sit at Sarge's table. It probably would surprise tin day school children to know tha Sarge had other things to do be sides befriend them. The dutie of a sexton are myriad, involv ng not only carying for th physical plant but knowin vhere things are kept an mowing who needs them an when to have them ready. This isn't easy in the life of busy parish. You have to kno\ everything. It's a lot more tha mowing the eccentricites of th furnance, it's knowing wher :he "good" dishes are and whe ;o use them, its knowing whetl er the vestments are clean an ivho the accolytes will be at o'clock communion. THEY'LL MISS HIM You have to help the hig school kids with the Shro\ Tuesday Carnival: and for tl Christmas Sunday School Part you disguise yourself in the Ion white beard and the Santa Clai suit and all the children holle: "Hi. Sarge!" Who else will ever give y Koolaid when you've eaten ti much school paste? Who w sand the splinters off the se saw? Who will take the teth ball in when it rains? And w' will bury the goldfish when does when Sarge is gone? sting of Eddie Swcaney, Dan Pinkerton and Ferry Free- e. coached by Dwayne Webb, ok first place, with the Hunts- lie team second. Other Winners: CROP JUDGING Taylor first in crops judging ith Wynne second: Quitman rst in land judging, with Green- rier second; Grcenbrier win- er in meats judging and idcn- ficalion, with Quitman second; reenbrier tops in dairy pro- ucts judging, and Fairview se »nd. In general livestock judging, t. Ida came out ahead with reen County Tech s e c o n d : ounty Line (Ratcliff) took first dairy cattle judging and merson was runner-up; Ham- urg won the electrification con cst with St. Joe second; Quit ian was first in agricultural icchanics with Greenbrier se ond. HUTSON SPEAKS Dr. Denver B. Hutson. pro essor and head of vocationa ducation at the University, was n charge of the banquet meet ig. Dr. David W. Mullins, presi ent of the University, wel- omed the visitors and Dr lifton L. Ganus Jr.. prcsjrien f Harding College at Searcy :oke. Dr. Glenn Hardy, djan of the College of Agriculture and !omc Economics at the Uni- ersity, announced contest re- ults, and Paul Harvel. man ger of the agricultural and rea development department f the Little Rock Chamber of Commerce, along with other Arkansas businessmen, prcsen ed awards. C. R. Swarie. manger of agriclutural development for Arkansas Power and .ight. represented the company is host. NhM To Crown Daughter inlea Festival Queen THURMONT. Md. (AP) President Nixon's attention urned briefly today from crime problems and the affairs of state to the role of proud father. Nixon was to fly from his mountain retreat at Camp David. Md.. to Norfolk. Va., where he crowns his daughter. Tricia queen of the annual Azalea Fes tival. Presidential travel plans required a helicopter ride to the airport at Martinsburg, W. Va.. and a switch to an Air Force Jctstar for the trip to Norfolk where Nixon planned to remain little more than an hour. Atty. Gen. John N. Mitchell flew with Nixon to Camp David Friday by helicopter from the White House. FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover drove to the presidential lodge later for a dinner meeting with Nixon and Mitchell. Hoover stayed overnight at Camp David. Press Secretary Ronald L. Ziegler described the meeting as a general talk but he gave no details. It was believed the three discussed the current plague of campus disturbances which have been getting some attention from the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Also with the President at the Catoctin Mountain hideaway were sncdal presidential assistants H. R. Haldeman and Dwight Chapin. Red Chinese End Mi Party Congress With No Surprises TOKYO (AP) - The Chinese Communist party's ninth congress has ended in Peking with no surprises. Mao Tsc-tung continues tci reign as party chairman, and his chosen successor, Defense Minister Lin Piau. is still vice chairman with the added designation of Mao's heir. Some details of the 24-day meeting were broadcast by Raio Peking and the official New 'hina News Agency after the lose of the congress Thursday. It was the first congress since 956 and lasted about twice as ong as the last one. Most of the ime apparently was spent re- haping the top echelons of tlui arty, many of whose leaders vere purged during the so:al!ed cultural revolution Mao aunched in 19BB. Of the 97 members and 99 al ernates elected to the party's ruling Central Committee at thr 956 congress, only a handful survived the purge in which Resident Liu Sliao-chi and other "counter revolutionary revi- culturul revolution since its be ginning, the effective rulers of China for the past three years. Speech Association To Meet At UotA The Arkansas Speech and learing Association will meet at the University of Arkansas Way 1-2 for its annual spring convention. The U. A. Speech and hearing Clinic will he the host agency for the conference, Don D. Bersinger. president of the state roup and director of the Clinic, aid. The principal speaker for the meeting will be Dr. Stanley Ainsworth, associated dean of ;raduate studies of the University of Gerogia College of Education. He will sneak Thursday night on the future of the speech therapy profession and again Friday morning on the role of the clinician in speech therapy. Other activities during the conference will be presentation of student papers Friday after noon. Bersingcr said the meet ing is expected to attract abou 50 speech therapists from around the state. Ederingfon Trial Is Postponed MONTICELr.3, Ark. (AP) -Circuit Court Judge G. B. Col vin of Dermott says the second degree murder trial of James lay Ederington of near Bank: Bradley County) probably wil ot get under way until June The trial was scheduled to be ;in Monday but Colvin Fridaj ;ranted a postponement unti ifter the adjournment of the lurrcnt session of the legisla ure. State Sen. John F. Gibson o Dermott is Ederington's attor DV. Ederington was 16 when h vas tried in 19C7 for first-degree murder in the death of James lenry Maroney. a prominent Bradley County farmer. He was convicted of second- degree murder by a Bradley County Circuit Court Jury, but .he conviction was reversed by .he state Supreme Court on the grounds that two sets of testimony should not have been admitted. ArlwHtn 1MH, fat., MVITTCVIU* AMUNMS M, 1H» · S Protesters Said To Promote Pornography I.OS ANGELES (AP) - The date for defense motions for a new trial und the formal sen a n d i w i i l continue"in authority as | tcncinp of Sirhan Bishara Sir- lan was postponed Friday from May 14 to May 21. Judge Herbert V. Walker set the new date after a six minute hearing. Grant Cooper, chief dc- memlK-TS of the Central Committee. 18 Crewmen Die In Plane Crash B A N G K O K , T h a i l a n d ( A P ) Eighteen crewmen on a U.S. Air Force ivco]in;iissance plane tense counsel, requested the change because of a prior commitment, and the prosecution were killed the plane crashed shortly after taking off Friday from a base in hoiti.cast sionists" were ousted. REPLACEMENTS The plane, an ECI21, is a similar to the one shot down bv North Korea April 15 hut a Danger Believed Pasl In Texarkana Wreck TEXARKANA, Tex. (AP) Five families that werp evacuated early Friday because of the derailment of 13 cars of a Kansas City Southern freight t r a i n returned to their homes Friday afternoon. Authorities had feared the dangers of f i r e and explos.ion because two of (he cars contained mtplha and two others .carried cthylcne oxide. Naptha lis used in making explosives. Jordanian! T h p r; "" ilios w h i c h were v c r - o o r a n a n , Arab, was condemned to the gas "'actuated lived from 1.1 yard* chamber Wednesday by a jury to n h;ilf m l l c f r n m lhe dcra1 '- jury which earlier found him g u i l t y of first degree murder in the assassination (if Son. Robert F. Kennedy last June. .Sirhan took no a p p a r e n t interest in the continuance hearing. Later. Kiissell Pardons, a i m t h -- -- .. ^. defense lawyer, said "Ik 1 spokesman stressed its mission j feels pretty good. He is quite was not similar to t h a t of the hopeful." WE SELL OR RENT I Crutches--Commode Chairs | Wheel Chairs--Walkers, Etc. craft downed in the Sea of ,Ia pan. The cause of t h e crash w a s , not determined. The nanirs of. t h e crewmen wore w i t h h e l d u n - l til Illpir f r j m i l i n c nr.iil.-l K- llflti Super Constellation, carry more than f i v e tons of sophisticated! electronic equipment. A squadron in T h a i l a n d , about 20 planes, is being used to detect radar installations and electron ic gear in eastern Laos and across the border in North Vietnam. til their families could b ,1'iecl. The ninth congress replaced 1 The KC121s. the m i l i t a r y ver- .hc old committee with an ex-]sion of t h e Lockheed four engine Janded body studded with mili- .ary leaders, old and young revolutionaries, and "Proletarian tights." The new committee has 170 members and 109 alcrnates with those closest to the lop all Tiembers of the Mao Lin Piao inner circle. The committee includes 73 miliary commanders, deputy commanders and army political commissars, and 32 army veterans, indicating a large voice for the military in the future. Although the communique following the meeting did not name the dozen or so men and women who will exercise top authority, the seating of delegates near Map throughout the con gress indicated where the power will lie. CHINESE LEADERS Lin presided over the closing session with the 75-year-old Mao on the rostrum hesirie him Seated on the platform in the front row were Premier Chou En-lai; cultural revolution lead- Chen P o t a : party veteran ing Sheng: Mao's wife. iang Ching: her close associ es on the purge committee. ang Chung-chiao and Yao en-yuan: security chief Hsich -chili: army chief of staff iang Yung-shrug: air force mmaiider Wu Fa-hsien: Lin ao's wife. 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