Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 2, 1974 · Page 16
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May 2, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, THurv. May J, 1974 F A Y C T T E V I L L C . A R K A N S A S At Honors Day Program Thirty-Nine UA ROTC Cadets Receive Awards Thirty-nine cadets in Army and Air J'orce ROTC at the University of Arkansas were presented awards Tuesday in the combined annual Honors Day Program of the Iwo departments in the Concert Hall of the Arts Center. Awards presented and the recipients were: Officers Saber Award -Robert Crawford. Army, of Belton. Texas. Society of American Military Engineers Award -- Ray Offcn- backcr of Everton (Boone County). A r m y : G a r y E. Smith of Sumtcr. S. C.. Air Force. I.KOtON A\VARI A m e r i c a n Legion Award for Scholastics -- Robert H. Taylor of Springdale. Army; John Safien of Alexandria. Va.. A r m y : Selvin of T r u m a n , Air Force; arid William R. Calcote of Hot Springs. Air Force. Association of the United Slates Armv History Award -William G r i f f i t h of Russellville. Army. American Ordnance Asso- cialirm Award -- Morton H a r d a w a y of Belleville, 111., Army: and Dennis M. Matthews of Fayctteville. Air Force. Air Force Association Award -- Michael P. Scott of Crossett Association of the United Slates Army Award--Robert P. Harris ot Fayeltevilie. A r m c d Forces Com mimications and Electronics Award -- Allen Marney of Hot Springs, Army: and Gary D. R i s n e r of Fayeltevilie, Air Force. Daughters of Founders and Patriots of America Award -M a r k Hatfield of Van Buren, A r m y : and Deborah Castanedo of San Francisco, Calif., Air Force- Daughters of the American Revolution Award -- Kenneth J. Reynolds of Rogers. Ail Force. American Legion Award for M i l i t a r y Excellence--Kevin Sanford of Fayettcville, A r m y ; Smith of Wesley (Washington County), Air Force; and Lewis T. See, Jr., of Cabot, Air Force. American Legion Auxiliary Award -- Randall Brock of North Little Rock, A r m y ; and Loland C. Denard of Decatur. Air Force. Reserve Officers' Association Award -- Robert Crawford of Helton, Texas. Army; Roy L. 3ratlon of Lonokc, Air Force; )usty K. Kennemore of BlvLhe- ilie. Air Force; and David N. White. Jr., of Sheridan, Air orcn. S o n s of the American devolution Award -- Randall Jones of Kansas City, Mo., Army: and Donald B. Scale of Springdale, Air Force. Walter H. Moon Memorial Award -- Lloyd Tucker of Fay- ctteville, Army. Edgar H." (Buck) Lloyd Stephens of Fayetlevilie. Arms (both top freshman and top shooter). Military Order of the World Wars Award -- Cynthia Bentoi of Fayetleville. John S. Gentr of Jacksonville. Rodney C Presslcy of DcQucen. ' am. Ronald Oholcndt of North Little Rock, all Air Force. Building Activity Picks Up In April SPRINGDALE -- B u i l d i n g j!l\vy. 6 west near Shaver and Sons Produce, The Berner Carpet Cleaning Company, former] v operated out of a i home will construct a store For business. Estimated c o n - activity continued to increase the month of April. 5 to huild new residences value of $383.500. I Six- new homes will bo built in the American subdivision and four more homes are u n d e r the struclion value of the commercial establishment is 513,755. Two permits for commercial alterations were issued in April. Harry R. Scott, a local tractor, will add a storage room construction in the Woodland subdivision. Five permits for alterations to the Servomation building 01 to existing residences were!Old Missouri Road. Estimated issued. Total construction value building v a l u e is $5,000. Spring is S14.100. The city building inspector's office issued one permit to build a commercial establishment on dale Ice Storage is remodeling its building and adding a dock Estimated value is $6.000. The Calvary Baptist Church Bomb Threat ' A bomb threat was telephoned to Fayettcville High School Tuesday. The threat, which was received shortly after lunch, -said a bomb would explode at 1:15 p.m. Scho61 officials said they evacuated the building while police made a serach of the premises. No bomb was found. on North Gutcnsohn Road is building an auditorium. Estimated construction value is $10.800. Louis R. Rismhower obtainec a permt to install one commercial gas tank at the Skelly Station on Hwy. 71 north anc Huntsville Avenue. NO DISCOUNT ON HIS BOOK WASHINGTON (AP) -- Even Sen. Sam J. Ervin's wife won't get a copy of his biography at a discount. Ervin. North Carolina Democrat who heads the Senate VVa- ergate committee, was at a National · Press Club. party Tuesday to plug the book, "Jusl a Country Lawyer." Representatives of the publisher tried to give Mrs. Ervin copies either free or at reduced rates. "I would resent you sellinj such'a fine hook at a discount," Ervin interjected. His wife paid for some copies with a $20 traveler's check. She Springdale Man HeW Larry Ray Jordan, 25. of Springdale is being held at th» Washington County jail (or failure to appear for trial on a charge of grand larceny. Jordan had been released em bond to appear in court Dee. 5, 1973. He is accused of stealing a 1969 Ford from W. Garrison at Fayetlcville on June 24, 1973. He was arrested by Springdale police Tuesday. . had to borrow some money from Ervin for the rcsl. Ray Offenbacker Army; Mark C. of Evert on Anderson ol Overland Park, Kansas, Air Force; and Robert J. Kraynik Award Steve Yerby of Waldron, Army. General Dynamics Air Force ROTC Award -- Ralph E Underwood of Belleville (Yel County). Northwest A r k a n s a s Retiree Officers Association Award -Morton .Uardawny of Belleville 111., Army; and James H. Cox Jr. of " Fulton (Ilempslead County). Air Force. Department of the A r m j Superior Carlot Decorations -Robert W. Crawford of Belton Texas; John Safrcn of Alex'an dria, Va.; Steve Perkins of Van Buren; and James Stephens o r Fayeltevilie. National Sojourners Award -Richard E. Lumpkin of Jones Mill. Air Force. John D. A w a r d -- Ingrum Memoria Steve Yerby o Waldron, Army. Rifle Team Awards -- Jame: Forensics Institute At UA Planned During July, August The s e c o n d Summer i F o r e n s i cs Communications | Institute at the University o f ! Arkansas will be held during July and August, according to Dr. Richard Rea, chairman of the Department of Speech and Dramatic Arts. The department and the Di v i s i o n of Continuing Education are sponsors of the Institute, which offers a three- week teachers' course in directing forensics and a two- week high school workshop. T h e three-week teacher course for teachers, graduate and u n d e r g r a d u a t e students begins July 15 and continues through August 2, and offers college credits. The high school workshop will be from July 22 to August 2. Mrs. Mary Ingalls, Institute director, said that three nationally known guest experts Phi Eta Sigma Taps Freshmen Thirty-one men at the 1 in the fields of debate, in t c r p r c l a t i o n , public address ant speech communication would assist Dr. Jimmie N. Rogers Mrs. Pearl Galloway anc herself, all of the Departmcn of Speech and Dramatic Arts. To be eligible, high schoo students must have been recommended by their speed teachers, principals or coup selors. They will be housed U n i v e r s i t y facilities unde University supervision. Mrs, Fngalls .said the purpose of the Tnstitute are, in parl to provide high school student: an opportunity to analyze an research the coming year'; national debate topic; t provide access to the newe materials and methods preparation in all areas speech activities: to allow pros peciive high school teachers a opportunity to work wit students in an actual teachin u situation; and to acquaint, them with the voice and diclioi l a b o r a t o r y and television studii facilities in the new corn munications center. The University Student Health Center will be available for al who attend, as will food ser vices a nd recrea t ion. ' options are available. Tuit who do not wai board, the cost *iL-t*it-.u m i LJI A.JIH .JL.^L.U, a i PQJ. those freshman national honor f r a - I rnnrri ., m i ternity. Membership constitutes i ^75 the highest scholastic honor; ^ information may b attainable by freshmen at thc| o b l a i n c d b c o n t a c ting Mrs University. According to Steve ; j [ ] s Summer Forensic n?H« r n nf If 5 t i f r ' ' " ^Communications Cente Diusion of Student A f f a i r s . | University of A r k a n s a s , Fa- New initiates include Steven ; etteville, 72701. Eugene Amos of Decatur; Robert Dean Ayers of Rockwall. Tex.; David Wells Bass. Thomas Ray Clement, and Kenneth Robert Shepard, all of Little Honk: A I v i n Jeffrey Bcselcr. M a r k A l i e n Brown, Allan Houston Duncan, Joseph Kyle H a r r i s . Clary [,. M o f F i t l . and James Fraser Stephens, all o f FayetteviHp; L a w r e n c e - , fax. Va.: Grady Bruce Corp and j l n svv «'P5takes Robert Mark Saviors, both 0 f j A r i n l J a ' forensi Woodland Debaters Take Third Place Debate ami speech s t u d e n t of Woodland Junior Hi_ School, competing against hig schoo] students, won third pine in sweepstakes at the Thin . . .. ,,,, Festival hcl Fort S m i t h : Richard 0. Dockins:at State College of Arkansas i of Scott: Carl John Gessler. Jr. j Comvay this past weekend. o f H o t S p r , n g S : , F a y c U c v i l l c P j u n ! o r high wa r rancis Lee Hart/; of Stutt- 'u,,-. ,,,,!.. ; , - ^- u s r a r t ; Randv Carl Hill of R a t - ! !". n l j J u n l o r hlgh " a ' cliff (Losun C o u n t y ) ; James i tlclpatln 8- Dcwitt HolHs of Sprinadale:! The debate teams of N'ane Philip Brunner Hurley o f ! Ham and Xancy Penninfto of ani Ren'tonvi!le- ''itan L Da^'cT a " d D * VM C ° rle ' S a " d All ' isO f.up.) and°sfeve'Lee ^ ^ liller both ' Levcl Mrned lour - econtl P !aCl o! Pine B!uff: R a n d a l l ' B e n - : ratings. .i;:!iiin Orttc-s of ^i o r r i 11 a n: | Eric Vaughn placed seconc William James Ormsbee o f ! and Allison Level third in rad ton of Benton: Paul D e w e y t a t h i r d anti Dan Scou a t h i Vance of Walnut Ridge: Dan J i n extemporaneous speaking. L. Wilkerson of Rogers; a n d : Kay Adams placed second in Robert N o r m a n Wilkinson o i ; interpretation of poetry am Greenwood. ; prose. 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