Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 9, 1974 · Page 5
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May 9, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Orchestra Society Plans Flea Market The newly formed Kayct- teville School Orchestra Society is sponsoring a Flea Market sale to raise money for the school orchestra. The sale will be held at the Downtown Fayettevillc Flea Market from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Interested persons are asked to contribute articles for the sale. Items may be sent to the various schools Friday or pick up may be arranged by calling 443-5335 or 442-9293. Dr. Michael Rudko has been elected president of the new or ganization. Dr. Philip Bashor is treasurer and Mrs. Patricia Irby is seeertary. In addition to the officer! board members have been elec ted to represent the variou: schools. Mrs. Irby is the high school representative; Mrs. Coj Bennett, Kamay; Mrs. J a n e Wolf, Woodland and Mrs students playing in the schoo The organization is seekin memberships and all parents o students playingin the schoo orchestras are invited to join, Rain Dominates Weather Pattern By The Associated Press Thunderstorms and showers ioaked a broad stretch of the eastern third of the nation to lay ranging from the lower ireat Lakes to the Deep South. Rain which began in the Ohio nd Tennessee valleys during .he night spread to the eastern jrcat Lakes and into Alabama and Georgia before daybreak. Thunderstorms of lesser i .ensity continued along a fron over the Central Plains, anc showers were scattered across the Central Palteau and Rock ies. Isolated showers sprinkler southern Florida and sections of the Washington coast. Fair to partly cloudy skie: prevailed from the lower Mis sissippi Valley through tin southern Plains and over man; Western states. Unseasonably chilly weathe clung to much of the Midwes and Great Lakes region when readings in the 30s and 40 were common overnight. Temperatures before daw ranged from 28 at Sawyer Ai Force Base, Mich., to 83 Needles and Daggett. Calif. Weather Forecast Cooler weather is forecast Thursday for northern ft n it central .states. Milder weather is expected for the southern tier of states- Showers a r c forecast for the northern Rockies, from west Texas to Kansas and for southern Florida. (AP Wirephoto Map) Arkansas Tech To Award 380 Degrees RUSSELLVILLE -- May 11 will be graduation day for students and faculty at Arkansas Tuch where some ii80 seniors are scheduled to receive degrees. The exercise will begin at 6 p.m. on Buerkle Field with Dean Emeritus A. ,7. Crabaugh g i v i n g the commencement address. Degrees will be presented by Dr. Kenneth Ker.sh, president of Tech. Tech's Board of Trustees will met at 3 p.m. in the board room. The minutes, financial neport. the 1075 77 budget report, and personnel items will be considered. Youth Arrested SPRIHGDALE -- Charles Allen Standridge, 18, of 71C Holcomb Street w a s arrested Wednesday for hitchihiking on Hwy. 71 South and possession of a marijuana cigarette. Area Telephone Service Altered Customers of \Voslern Ar- ansijs Telephone Company who Jive in Cavi? Springs atid Elm Springs will have a new central service office starting at. 1 p.m. June 1, according lo Jim Bradley, business manager for the company at Gentry. Bradley s a i d thai at conversion time all Cave Springs customers with n 235 prefix will he assigned a number with a 248 pretix. He added thai it will also be necessary to change some telephone numbers it) Elm Springs. According to Bradley, Cave Springs customers will be able to call Tonlilowii and Spring dale at t h a t time. A slight adjustment lo provide extender area service will be made. All party line customers will receive a card advising how to call another person on their own party line. The codes for arty line calling will change. New telephone directories will delivered hy mail on June L and will list the new telephone numbers. Customers should ask the for the Elm Springs-Cave Springs area if directory assistance is necessary; but Bradley added that all the changes will be included in the new directory, and it should be consulted before calling for directory assistance. SALESLADY FOR UNDERWOOD'S We have an opening for a permanent position in handling and selling fine jewelry. This is a position that involves daily work with beautiful merchandise and daily contact with courteous customers. Ideal working conditions. 8:30 to 5:00, five days a week. No night work. Good starting pay. Profit Sharing Plan. Paid holidays and vacation. The lady we hire must have poise and polish and must be a permanent resident. She doesn't need to be an older lady nor have experience, but we want someone who will be in the area for some lime. Apply in person on Friday or Saturday morning from 9:00 to 12:00. Underwood's - · o f '·)· I · A Loaf of BREAD for only We've got it. Shipley's 1-Lb. Golden Crust White Bread. Denele's Two-Stop Hwy. 71 North West Fork, Ark. «U West Dickun Bumpers Open Hone To Be Held Friday Senatorial candidate Dale utnpcrs will be in Fayctlcvillc riday for open house at bis eatiquartcrs on Hwy. 71 north, e will meet with Northwest rkansas voters from 10-11 a.m. A news conference has been chedujed before he leaves to ampaign in Bentonville and ogcrs. Jim Lindscy. Washington ounty coordinator of the Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurs., May «, 1974 FAVCTTIVILLE, ARKANSAS Clinton Endorsed Bill Clmton, candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress .'rom Arkansas' Third District, wns endorsed by The Mountain Eagle, the College of Bumpers campaign, said re frcshments will be served and that Bumpers will "discuss the problems of our area with the people of our area." Bumpers headquarters located at the Circle C motel. the Oxarks student newspaper in an editorial in its May 3 issue. Theft Reported Thirty sheets of half inch plywood. lb sheets of quarter inch paneling and a large quantity of eight fool 2 by li's were rcjrorted stolen Tuesday night from a construction sit« on Hwy. 265. operated by I.indsey and Associates, Inc;, 3535 N. College Ave. MOIHEBS The very special way to remember. COLLIER DRUG STORES 100 W. 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