Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 23, 1974 · Page 3
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April 23, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Weather Forecast Sunny, milder weather is fore- peeled in the Northeast and northern California, western cast Tuesday for most of (lie the southern Pacific coast. Nevada and southern Oregon- nation. Cooler weather is ex- Showers are forecast f o r (AP Wirepholo) Final Home Concert Of UA Band Set The final home concert of the University of Arkansas bands Friday will precede the 100th anniversary celebration of the University bands and Ihe 50th anniversary commemorating Ihe founding of Lambda Chap Icr of Kappa Kappa Psi on Saturday. The local chapter of the honorary band fraternity is sponsoring its annual banquet Saturday night at 7:30 'o'clock in Ihe Arkansas Union Ballroom. Dr. Richard A. Wrothington, former director of bands at the University and now chairman of the Music Department al Northeast Louisiana State Uni- versily al Monroe, will be guesl speaker. Invitations have been extended to all present University band members and band alumni to attend. Following the banquet, after-dinner enterlainment and dancing will take place willi music by a local r o c k group. "Tabernacle." The Symphonic Band and the Concert Band Program Friday evening will be at 8 p.m. in the Arts Center Concert Hall under the direction of Professor Eldon Janzen. Featured soloists with the Symphonic Band will be Professor G e r a l d Sloan, trombone, and Professor Robert Umiker, clarinetist. The program will open with John Philip Sousa's "T h e Liberty Bell." Following will bi 'Five Miniatures" by Joaquii Turina and arranged by Johi Krance; "First Suite in E-flat' by Gustav Holsl; "Concertim for Percussion and Band" b Clifton Williams, and "Bloc 'M' " by Jerry H. Bilik. A f t e r intermission, t h program will include "Varia tions on a Theme", "Concerlin Basso," "Scaramough" Sym phony No. 3 for Winds and Per cussion, "Concertino", "Shep herd's Hey", and Russell A ander's "Colossus of Colum bia". Fifty-one University studenl are included in the hand pe: sonncl. NiniiiiiinuiiimiiiiMiiniHiniiiimniiuiiitiiiniiiinimra HE WEATHER Elsewhere ,y THK ASSOCIATION PHESS III I.c I'rc Ollk ,lbuny 78 54 rn .Ibu'tjue 74 44 cdy \ m n r i l l o 72 45 clr 43 35 .05 rn 68 51 .33 cdy 77 55 .51 clr ,03 elr clr rn \shcvlllc Ulanla Jlrmingham ilsmarck ioisc Boston Brownsville Buffalo Charleston Charlotte rn cdy lincinnati Cleveland Denver Moines Detroit Duhitli Fairbanks 'orl Worth Ureen Bay ilelena [lonolulu Houston Ind'apolis Jacks'ville Juneau Las Vegas Litllc Rock Los Angeles Louisville MarqueUc Memphis Miami Milwaukee Mpls-St. P. ·Jew Orleans New York Okla. City Dmaha Orlando ?hilad'phia hoenix Pittsburgh Pt'land Ore. Pt'land Me. 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There is no charge and th public is invited to attend. Skies Are Clear In Most Areas lly Tlip AsmiclHluf Press Showers mid thi.ixlcrshowcrs imblcd tlirouKli Ihc Kast to- p iy. COD! temperatures ami car xkieH wore common cliie- horc across the n a t i o n . The storms, nllhough less sc crc t l i n n heavy rains that onkcd the Atlnntic Const irough Monday, continued It spols along the ICaslcrn (.'aboard nml Ihe G u l f Con.il While IcmperalurcH in those runs remained in Ihc (ids d u r ng the night, readings fell into 10 20s and 30s from the North rn Plains to the upper Grea kcs. Freeze warnings were poslc Lower Michigan and li now fell in Upper Michigan, Blsewliere, showers sprinklec ro.i'f of the Pacific Northwcs rom Montana to northern Col r ii'nia, nml clear skies pro 'ailed through the Plain tates. the middle Mississipp "alley and the Ohio Valley. Temperatures before dawn anged from 7R at Phoenix irlz.. to 29 nt Marquette anc lancock, Mich, Bus Companies Seek Increase In State Rates UTTL.E ROCK (AP) -- Four cen bus companies that opcr ate in Arkansas have applied t he state Transportation Com mission to increase the rale or intraslate passenger serv cc, charter coaches and freigh y 10 per cent. The National Bus Traffic Af sociation, which represents th hus companies, filet! the appl cation with revenue and cost ir formation to support the re quest. The rates would apply to tra fie between points in Arkansa Those rales are now ahoi eight per ccnl below inlerstat rates. The companies' last genera rale increase went into effo July 23, 1971. However, they n ceived permission ,to place six per cent surcharge on the rates effective March 1 bccaus of rising fuel prices. The Transportation Commi sion denied a rate increase r quested by the companies la year. Financial information filed I the companies Friday inidicate that several were operating a deficit in Arkansas. Narthwett ArkanMu TIMES, TUM., April 23, 1974 · I FAVKTTIVILLI, ARKANIAI (TiMESphoto By Ray Gray) RESERVATIONS OPEN FOR PICNIC .. .Mrs. Drazsjizafc, Mrs. Park and Bill Watkins, president o/ the hiah school AFS chapter, complete plans jar the Friday picnic at Agri Park jor AFS students in Arkansas and Missouri Field Service Picnic, Festival Set Friday picn Jill be sponsored by the Fay- :tleville Chapter of American Field Service (AFS) Friday al Agri Park. Guesls will be AFS students attending high schools in Little Jury Awards $4,207 To Accident Victim A Washington County circuit court jury has awarded Mrs. Sue H u r l e y of Washington County $4.207;60 for damages she suffered in an accident in December, 1972. Mrs. Hurley had sued Willis Shaw Frozen Express, Inc. for $50,000 after a truck driven by a Willis Shaw employe crashed into her property on Hwy. 71 north of Winslow. Mrs, Hurley, who lived behind the Brentlow Cafe, which she owns, was injured in the accident. The jury gave Mrs. Hurley $2,037 for personal medical expenses and $2,170.60 for property damage, according to her atlorneys. The suit came lo trial Thursday in Circuit Court lock, Pine Bluff. Crossett, Van J u r e n and Springfield and viarshfield. Mo. The picnic is open lo all persons inlereslcd in Ihc foreign student exchange program, leservations may be made by calling Mrs. Earl Riddick Jr. and will be accepted through oday. Sandra Roderiguez of Costa Rica is Fayelteville's AFS student this year. Devon Rails and Chris Bashor have been accepted in the program and will be Fayetleville's Americans Abroad next year. A tour of the University of Arkansas is the first activity on the student's three-clay visit to Fayetleville. On Saturday a picnic is planned at Devil's Den Stale Park and Sunday they will visit with host families anc return to their respective schools, Mrs. Foster Park, chairman of the family selection com mittee, is seeking applications from families who would like to serve as hosts for a foreign student at Fayetteville High School next year. Further in formation is available b' calling her at 442-5690. The AFS Chapter officers an Mrs. Steve Drazsnzak. presi- ent; Mrs. Leighton Rudloph, ice president and Mrs. Wade iurnside, treasurer. Mrs. Ed lenfrow is chairman of the n ayetteville's American Abroad Committee. Shop Burglarized SPRINGDALE-The A r k- ,nsas Transmission repair shop on Hwy. 71 north was burg- arized during the weekend after the rear window was roken out with a coke bottla and unlocked lo allow enlry. Police said one transmission, two drills, one torch, two pneu- malic wrenches, and hoses were taken from Jerry Press' Business. The rear window was locked again after the burglary, according to police reports. Wire Stolen SPRINGDALE--Dewey Johnson, 1415 E. Robinson Lane, reported the theft of six rolls of barbed wire from his property lale last week, Johnson valued the wire at $125. Nearby steel posls were not disturbed, according to police reports. n to 75% OFF V · *J EVERYTHING REDUCED-NOTHING HELD BACK! ALL NEW SPRING and SUMMER MERCHANDISE (NO OLD MERCHANDISE) · SHORTS ·PANTS SIZES SKIRTS · PANT SUITS JR. SIZES 3-13 HALTERS · COORDINATED SPORTSWEAR JR. PETITE 3-11 TOPS ·SHELLS MISSY 8-18 ALL FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK! · NO LAY-AWAYS · NO EXCHANGES 4% NO REFUNDS BIRDDOG' Evelyn Hills THIS IS IT! DOORS OPEN 10 A.M.-HURRY! BankAmericard and Master Charge Cards Accepted FASHIONS Next Door to Words MATERNITY

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