The FayettevUI* School Chess team retained the state diam- ionship at the tournament held lis past weekend in Little lock. Eight players, including a amay Junior High School stu- ent and students from both ast and west campuses at the igh school, participated. The -earn defeated Central . High school at Little Rock for the tie with a score of S4-6 to 2-8. Eight teams from over the tate competed. Individual scores were Paige ribson, 3-2; Start Rappaport 3; Alan Solis, 4-1; Steven Yaney 3-2; Fred Baring 4-1; Ben Hawley 2-3; Ted Lemser 1-4; nd Bill Lancaster 2.5-2.5. The high school players are members of the University of Arkansas Chess Club and plan continue play during the (TTMESphoto By Ray Gray) STATE CHESS CHAMPIONS . . . members of the state school championship chess team review standings in the recent tournament where they retained the title. They are: seated, Alan So- _lis, and standing, from left, Fred Raring, Steven Yancey and Paige Gibson. At Ramay Junior High Workshop On Deafness Planned For May 18 A workshop on deafness and hearing impairment will be held May 18 at Ramay Junior High School. The workshop is sponsored by Operation Arkansas Tripod. Tripod means "Toward Rehabilitation Involvement by Parents of the Deaf. The session will open at 9 a.m. with registration and will conclude at ft;30 p.m. Four major topics to be discussed include work, education, identity, and diagnosis concerning the hearing impaired. The workshop will bring together rehabilitation personnel, Â·ducators, deaf individuals and parents of deaf children to discuss problems. HEW PROJECT Tripled is a project of Health, Education and Welfare Depart- ment and regional meetings have been conducted over the nation. All persons interested in the deaf are invited to attend. There will be a registration fee of $1. Sound Barrier, a local organization composed of parents of deaf children has coordinated the workshop for this area. Further information may be obtained by calling 521-3710 or Â·M2-2537 in Knycllevillc; 751-7112 in Springdale or 783-5564 in Fort Smith. Return To Work BLpOMINGTON, 111. (AP) -Striking workers were to begin returning to work today at two Modine Manufacturing Co. plants here after voting to accept the company's latest contract offer. The vote ended a 68-day strike by 260 members of Lodge 1,00(1 of the International Asso- catfon of Machinists. Union officials said the contract was approved by a 3-1 margin. It calls for a basic $1.02 hourly increase over the next three years, plus increased vacation, pension and health insurance benefits. Riding Clubs Will Offer Hone Show BENTONVILLE -- The Association of Northwest Arkansas Riding Clubs will sponsor an Open Horse Show Sunday in the indoor arena at the Benton County Fairgrounds in Bentonville. The show will begin at 1 p.m. and is open to all breeds. Competition will be held in 40 separate classes. Ribbons will be awarded for first through sixth place winners in each class. In addition to the 40 classes including six in gaiteri halter, there will be jackpot pole bending and jackpot barrel racing. Admission is free and the public is invited to attend. Van Thompson, lÂ«-4190 is s h o w chairman. Sound Barrier has also worked with the Fayetteville schools to develop special edu cation for deaf children. The exemplary program has heer funded and will be operational Jury 1. FUND DRIVE The organization has conducted a fund drive to raise $1,000 which will go to purchase needed equipment for the pro gram. Mrs. John Speranza announced today contributions have come in from as far away as Ohio. She said that Girl Scout Troop in Dayton sponsored a card party anc raised $72 and Zengle Construction Co. in Dayton has donatec $250. Other contributions already on hand include $200 from the Washington County Medica Auxmiary; $50 from Delta Chi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi and $250 from the Noon Fay etteville Lion's Club. She said it is expected that the $1,000 presentation will be made to school administrators during the workshop. Ready For Planting LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The Arkansas Cooperative Exten sion Service said Tuesday tha most Arkansas fields are in good shape and ready for plan ting. The report said recent rains had slowed land preparation and planting, but that soil mois ture is adequate in most areas Fuel supplies in most area: also are adequate. DAILY 9-105 CLOSED SUNDAY WED., THURS.. FRI., SAT. REELS and RODS SPINCASTING REEL WITH STAR DRAG Reg. 15.63--4 Days 12 97 Charge It Model 185 reel has ball-bee ring, high-speed 4:1 near ratio; 100 yds. 10-tx mono tine. Reg. 11.78,233 Spinning Reel, 9.88 Reg. 18.74,282 Spinning Reel, 15.97 152' RE AND ROD Hog. 19.90 1S97 Â· Â«* Both 2-pc.sptncast Â·Dd:reeÂ»hBsiaO; .8*.mono$.'l|KÂ«M fc'rS* WORM RODS While Ouontitiei lot* 'REELS AND ROD Reg. 34.44 88 *B*/ '190' spincast reel has 125 yds. 12-lb. mono line. 1-pc. rod. "277" Spinning Reel Reg. 16.27 12 97 Red Capacity 200 ydv 15-lb. line. Students Take State Title summer. Plans are under consideration to form a high school club. Medical Fraternity Taps Local Students Bonnie Baker and Thomas Jefferson both of Fayetteville have been elected to the University of Arkansas School of Medicine's chapter of Alpha Oemga Alpha (ADA). AOA is a national honor society and the two seniors were among 11 seniors to be elected to the society. T h e y will be inducted following the annual AOA lecture Thursday at the Medical Center Auditorium. Community Colleges Asked To Tell Budgets LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The Legislative Joint Budget Committee voted Tuesday to have Arkansas community colleges present separate budgets to The next legislative .session. The legislature currently appropriates funds to the slate Higher Education Department which, in turn, distributes the money to each community' college. Stale Rep. L. L, "Doc" Bryan of Russellvillc said each community college should come before the legislature with a budget request so the lawmakers can find out what is to be done with the funds. The committee also said contingency fund probably would be established to take care of any growth the community college might experience during the funding period. The legislators also men- North wÂ«Â» Arkansas TIMES, Wed., May 8, 1974 FAVITTIVILLI. ARK AMU* Rockefeller Planning little Rock Conference LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- State Sen. Jim Caldwell of Rogers, Lhe chairman of the Arkansas Republican party, said Tuesday that he does not think Rep. John Paul Hammerschmidt. R- Ark., will have any trouble being re-elected. Four Democrats are seeking a chance to unseat Hammerschmidt for the 3rd District lioned the possbility of setting aside funds for the establishment of new community colleges during the funding period. Bryan said he understood legislation might be introduced in the next legislative session to hold in abeyance any new community colleges. [Â»xition. They are James Scan- Ion of Greenland. Bill Clinton at Fayetteville, David Stewart of Danville and state Sen. Gen* R a i n w a t e r of Greenwood. Hammerschmidt wUl not have any trouble as long as he conducts a proper campaign and maintains a rapport with (he people of his district, Caldwell said.. Caldwell also said that former New York Gov. Nelson Rockefeller, brother of the lata Arkansas Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller, would arrive at Little Rock about 4 p.m. Friday and hold a news conference. Nelson Rockefeller will be the principal speaker and guest at the first annual Winthrop Rockefeller Appreciation Reception at the Little Rock Convention Center on Friday. Caldwell said he expected about 1.000 persons to attend. Mother's OPEN DAILY 9-10; CLOSED SUNDAY ROBES OR ENSEMBLES FOR MOTHER! Special Purchase Plus Our Regular 6.57-6.96 Group M Â«"hers of all ages will be delighted with a gift of lovely loungewear! Particularly these! Our sale selection includes la U r r 6 5 a 7 Se 6 9 Q rfi Â° UPh0f r Â° beS 3S We " as lar 6.57-6.96 robes and ensembles Tailored Hwy 71 B MortS o t Rollinr U Drive in Fayetteville, Arkansas Hwy. 71B, North at Rolling Hills Drive in Fayelteville, Ark.
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