Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 16, 1972 · Page 13
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 13

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 16, 1972
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Conducted By Placement Office Computer To Match U A Graduates And Jobs The University of Arkansus' Central Pliicomonl Oftico'ls ono of 157 college 'nncl iihlvflttwy placement sorvlvcB In ll\a niitlon soUctc|'I - for , 'fin expiindod, computerised program designed to nld seniors and · gradurito students in tliclr. choice' of employment Interviews, according to Lawrence 0. Drown, head of the UofA office. Known as GRA1) II, the .program Is being conducted by the College Placement Council, a non-profit organisation. , Lust year, GRAD II was conducted on 132 campuses and Was 89 successful that It is being 'expanded. The 157 campuses \Wsr8 recommended for the system by tho 113 employers in last year's program as the institutions with enrollments and* placement programs best Bulled (d'^thg system. The numb er^ of j par- the Input of ohv descriptions. Ini emphasized, liowcycr, Jinl: neither QUAD' If .nor the [inconK'ii.l office can-'- create lobs, they merely help 'identify employers iwllh, openings - tho students should explore.' He «aid lliiil , Uio process already had begun with "' ploycr Job mediately ahead Is collection of information from students hero and from other campuses. Special forms arc available nt Ihe placement office. Using this form',' which takes only a ' f e w minutes'Mo .complete, the student can Indicate the factors which ere Important In his or her Job search," ' . ^ , Subsequently* '· a, persona 1 Officials of tho College Placement Council cm'phasfo.o hut the QUAD II Program docs not confer special privileges upon ' p a r t i c i p a t i n g ' students where - their sign-up for Interviews is concerned. The only advunlnse to "matched" cnn- (lldutos la that the Interviewers will bo aware of their Identity and may be expected to question them more concerning 111 el r qualifications. H o w e v e r there Is np a candidate to employer with . ^ tfcipatlng employers Is'expeQled to be even greater tills year/ ·"· '· According to Brown, the program will o f f e r Uof A students an opportunity to see toporl c! the matching bclwcer employer offerings and student qualifications will he distributed by the placement office to each student who ha.s signed up for I 1 the, program. The, report will 1 provide the sludenl with names o f partlcipallng employers sending Interviewers' to the obligation for Interview an ..._,, ....... whom lie or she Is matched or to |ake a Jon If one Is offered, Unmatched candidates, as well as those who do not use GRAD II, will still be able to sign up for interviews of their choice. Drawbridge Bows To Technology NriWBUnYPOHT, Mass. (AP) -- The Dcor Ulnnd Draw- brldgo over tlip Mcrrlmac Kiv' bus at last bowed to modern technology, . . . · · ' A $M,000' inolpiv ls : to lid Installed to ripen tho bcW^n, ciid- Ing n quaint system !of swcut and delays that occuilonally' ric lighted tourists hut more often put motorists Into a blue rage. At tlio moment, the 120-foot, 400,000-pound clrawspan In labp rlously opened hy a team o eight men pushing steel bars round and round a capstan. It takes 20 minutes to opci tho bridge und 20 minutes to close It, : The, motor will cut the time to less than two minutes for each operation. And one man will be able to do It all, Just by punning a button. Pie Suit Ends v/oman Jum ? s ofl In Mistrial Northwttl Arkanuu TIMES, W«cf,, Aug. 16, 1972 · pAvrrriyiu.1, FORT PIERCE, If la. (AP) A 12-rnbmber Jury could not oRrco whether a peanut butter meringue plo allegedly shoved i n t o - I h e Jacc of i i rcstauranli malinger wus a enno of assault und battery or sclf-dcfcnsc. . A rnliitrlal wus declared Tuesday In St; Uicie County Court after the Jurors dcilber- ated for 114 hours In the caso'pf baker .lames Banketas, who was'charged with pushing one of his peanut butler specials into the face of Kenneth Schlldt- ; · ' · - _ ; . - , Schlldt, manager of a resl4u- rant whjch purchasdd pies from Dankctas, charged that ' t h e haker hit him with-the pie during an argument over the quality of the pastry! Memphis Bridge WEST MEMPHIS,: Ark. AP -- A woman Jumped from tho bi-ldgd across, t)io Mississippi rtlver hero Tuesday evening, but struck a protruding object and foil about' 15 fcst on^c a ledge, State Police reported. State Troopers; Charles Suiter and Jerr McUa'ughlln climbed down and carried the unconscious woman Up, She was taken to a Memphis hospital and was believed to be in good condition. , · According to Identification In Lak* Park WASHINGTON Grant (AP) - A Special RiM IMP Plates nn r»nf I Am -. grant o f $26,9J5 h a s been n p - , . ,, . ,, , . proved by the Interior Depart-i Navy Lt, Handy Cunningham ment to ha used in the develop- was the' first 'American pilot' In ment of Lake Fort Smith State Vietnam to 'shoot .dowti five Park near MaunUlnburg, Ark. enemy MIGs and w|n rating as The office of Rep, .John Paul ;a'n ace, ' Hammerschmldt, Il-Ark., said Now stationed at Mlwimar Tuesday the money would bolNaval Air Station here. Cun her purse, she was Mrs. Tanya Aylor, 31, of Memphis. But Banketas look the stand I t c r meringue in his own defense, claiming he'atfer's face. thought Schlldt was reaching fpr a weapon of some kind when he pushed his peanut but- fnto -the man- used to construct a water,sys lem clectrlci'.l system and make other improvements at the park. nlnghnm had a special set of California license plates made for his car. ACE. They read! M1G M, William Fields ChorUrad llf» Underwriter Agent for Jeffemii Stan ^^ lift NimMKI *«M^* \_J *~* M« 118« N. College - FayefUvllU Tel. 521-1211 the full range of opportunities campus and the dates of their offered by employers In the-scheduled interviews. ' program. Student participation is free and entirely voluntary; MAIN PURPOSE "One of the main' purposes of GRAD U is to assist students to better identify, employers with opportunities matching the Individual's-- qualifications arid interests.'/ ,Brown said., "Tho program,should cut down on the' number of wasted interviews on the one hand and on the other should bring to the attention'of students some employment ; · REPORT? n i Similar printout reports will I be provided to, employers and' placement offices. , Employers a l s o will receive "mini- resumes," with pertinent in-, I o r m a 11 o n about students j matching their job descriptions. Placement, offices will be advised of ;the various . matches! and in addition will be provided' resulls.of the weighting system, which indicates the degree of match,' enabling the placement opportunities, .that might go!officer to do a more relistic and overlooked without the benefit meaningful counseling Job with of this type of system."- [individual students. Four New Engineering Faculty Members Named At University Four new faculty members ; have" been appointed in the · University of Arkansas College ; of Engineering, according to an · announcement by Dr/Loren R. '. Heiple, dean. .' The four are :Di'i David G. ' Parker, assistant/professor of civil engineering';/; Dr. Jim I.. Gattis,.;' assistant; 1 '-professor of e I e c t r l c a I/engineering;.Dr. Michael M. Johnson, assistant p r o f e s s o Tlf of electrical engineering, i arid Dr. Leonard Forbes, assistant professor of '. ; Dr, .Parker has been - as " assistant ' prbffssbr at Lamar. University in Beaumont, Texas, ' from January 1971 until the '. present time. He also has · served during that time as a ' waste wafer consultant to Mobil ' Oil Corporation in Beaumont. A · native of Washington, D . C . Dr. ; Parker'received his bachelor of i science , degree in enginering I from , Virginia 1 Polytechnic · Institute, and his master oi ', science in sanitary enginerring ' from the same institution. i His Ph.D:, which re-received in 1971 is also from VPI. He · has served on the engineering ' faculty of Roanoke (Va.) · T e c h n i c a l Institute and 1 Wytheville Community College in Wytheville. Va. '. Dr. Gattis comes to the Uni '. versity from Huntsville, Ala. where he ! served for a year as senior engineer f o r the System Development Corpora ; tion. He received his Ph.D. in ' 1971 from Purdue University where his ma.ior field was , communication systems. His bachelor's and master's ·· degrees are from the Universitj of Arkansas, where he served as a graduate assistant in the ilcctrical Engineering Department. He also was a gradiiate nstructor at Purdue, and a research engineer,; ; with the 'hillips Petroleum 'Company in Bartlesville, Okia. He is ,the author of several research reports. , Dr. Johnson received his Ph.D. in .electrical .engineering rom the University of .Texas at Austin this-past.spring/'He^ las served this summer as an assistant'professor 'at Texas U.. A native of California, Dr. Johnson also received his iachelbr's and 'master's degrees _rom UT. . From 1970-72, he served as a teaching assistant, nstructihg sophomore-level classes. From 1967-72, he was assistant in the antennas and propagation section of the Electrical Engineering Research Laboratory at the University of Texas. Dr. Forbes is .a native of Canada and ' received his bacheldr's degree with distinction " f r o m the University of Alberta ' - i n -the area 'of engineering, physics. .He holds, a master's degree and his Ph.D. ] from the University of. Illinois | in electrical engineering. Forbes served, as a navigator in the; Royal . Canadian Air .Force before emigrating to the United States. At the University of Illinois, he was a teaching and, research assistant, and, 'during his Ph.D. work, a research associate, where he conducted studies on photo-conductors and! space-charge-limited current: devices. Since August 1970, he I has been with th IBM Com-] ponents Division, where he has! done product arid development engineering. ·. Operation To Remove Abscess In Mace's Wound Planned By FRANK CAREY : ! , WASHINGTON (AP) -, The ! chief surgeon who will "operate I on George C. Wallace today \ says the aim is to attempt to '. reduce a potentially dangerous ; abscess caused by a "dirty bul- · lei" thai spread bacteria through the body of the Ala; bama governor. The surgeon; ( Dr. George A. Hallenbeck, said In a telephone interview thai there is no reason for believing thai Wallace mighl be suffering from spreading infection. But, he added, the fist-sized "sleeping abscess" in the right side of the governor's abtlomi- , nal cavity might cause fever, infection or other trouble later. That, Hallenbeck Is Ihe Suit Filed In Feb. U: Wreck John W. Day filed a $1,470 suit In Washington Circuit Court Tuesday agafnsl William Dale Moore and Willis Shaw Frozen Express, Inc., for Injuries anc damages Incurred in a Feb. 12 collision on Elm Springs Erf. Day was traveling east on tho road, easoh for today's 50-mlnute op- Tation. . The operation will be carried jul at the University of Alabama hospital in Birmingham, /here-Wallace has been under- olng rehabilitation for effects j: gunshot wounds suffered May 15. The wounds, inflicted n , L a u r e l , Md., while Wallace, vas/campaigning for the Demo-' cratic presidential nomination, eft him paralyzed from his lips down, .SECOND OPERATION Today's surgery on Wallace s. the second such operation in aboul a month, both-of them for the same'type of apparently dormant abscess. The first onel was successfully drained July 1 9 . ' ' ' · . ' . Wallace suffered several pus- producing abscesses in the early weeks following the shooting. But he had recovered :(rorn those before being transferred early in July to the Birmingham hospital, primarily for treatment for his paralysis. Hallenbeck said both "sleeping abscesses ore apparently Indirect legacies of whal Wallace's earlier surgeons at Holy Cross Hospital In Silver Spring, Md., called "a dirty bullet." They referred to the bullet , thai carried bacteria from Wallace's shirt and from his slom-l ach into the Abdominal cavity. ! But Hallenbeck, who removed I then-President Lyndon 13. John-1 son's gallbladder In 1965, said that, while some abscesses ultl-| mnlely erupted as a result o f , WATSONS Has Everything/Shop Daily lor Big Savings. Also Use Our Courtesy Booth to pay Your Utility Bills and We Sell Traveler's Express Money Orders. Crystal White Lemon Liquid and Moore, driving truck owned by the express the bullet's passage, apparently company, was behind h t m , - t h e ^[VerTnoV ^"^ CW ° 0thC " null said. The mishap occurred| -when Moore's truck attempted lo pass Ray 0 's'ptckV truck P and:| PERSIAN ANTIQUES Instead collided wllli the icar of the (ruck, the suit said. Day asks damages for per' ionnl Injuries, loss of wages, replacement of eyeglasses and properly damage, (all Kiithrnilc) 807 2nd St. N.W. Bentonville, Ark. Large 48-oz. Bottle Extra Special CRISCO 3-lb. Can With $5.00 Purchase · or More Excluding Tobacco Unity Jumbo Roll TOWELS Large Roll 25 Del Monte Cream or While Kernel GOLDEN CORN 1-rc 303 17-oz. Can Del Monte Light CHUNK TUNA . Can 36 Del Monte TOMATO JUICE 46-oz. Cans Golden Krust FRESH BREAD 1-Lb. Loaves 5*9 PRODUCE Ellis Vienna SAUSAGE 4-Oz. Cans ; Unity ! Piire Vegetable Margarine Quarters 1-Lb. Pkgs. Golden Ripe BANANAS Lb. U.S. No. 1 White POTATOES , , , 10 Lbs. 1/2 Bushel $2.99 79* Arkansas PRUNE PLUMS . Lb. Striped 23-1 WATERMELONS AYS Unity APPLE SAUCE 5 Mb. Cans 100 Unity New Whole Potatoes 303 1-Lb. Cans Lindsay Pitted and Drained' RIPE (JLIVES :'. 5 6-01. Cant 1 oo Unity DETERGENT 'Giant ', 'Box 59' Kellogg's CORNFLAKES 18-oz. Box 36' Mission Sweet PEAS 303 7-Lb. Cans Simple! Frozen HASH BROWN POTATOES; · Ib. Pkg. Super Store TEA.... '/2-lb. Box 29* 49' MEAT DEPARTMENT Grade A Fresh Fryer BREASTS Smoked, Cooked, Sliced PICNIC 59 Fresh Ground 3 Lbs ° r 69 All Meat, Sliced BOLOGNA Lb. 79 BACON ENDS'." $ 1" Center Cut Lenter c.ut ^^ ^^ PORK CHOPS 98 RED BUD PEARS 29-Oz. Can 49* ELLIS BEEF STEW ISW-Oz. 1 Can 49* BANQUET FROZEN MEAT PIES 5 ·£ LOO BANQUET COOKIN BAGS _ _ _ . 5 0 z · - Pkg. 29* ELTJS SPAGHETTI and MEAT BALLS . KK-Ot. Can 39* ATKINS $WEET STRIP PICKLES IS-Oz. Jar 59* COACH SPAGHETTI or MACARONI . M.h. 43* SHAWNEB CORNRREAD or 1 BISCUIT MIX _ _ ,, _ _ 2 Pkgs, 25* Holiday PAPER PLATES lOfl.CI, ·- Pkg. 59* Hours: 7 to 9 Mon. thru Sat. -- 8 to 6 Sun. Pricas Effective Now thru Saturday

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