Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 14, 1974 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 14, 1974
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Weather Forecast Showers are forecast today from the central Gulf along the Appalachians to t h e Great Lakes- Warmer weather is forecast lor the East with cooler weather expected lor the rest ol the country. (AP Wirephoto) Job Data To Be Collected In Area By Bureau Of The Census Census interviewers will visit area households the week of May 20-21 Data on workers holding more than gne job and on high .school seniors and recent graduates will be col lected in a su rvey by the Bureau of the Census. Percy R. Millarrt, director of the Bureau's Data Collection Arts Fair Set Artists ami craftsmen from Arkansas, Missouri. Oklahoma and Kansas will be represented at the first annual invitational art and crafts fair at the Springfield Art Museum in Springfield, Mo, May 18. fn mltiilioti to I li e artists' displays of painting, drawing, ceramics, weaving, leather work nnd sculpture, demonstrations of weaving and pottery will be included. There will also be informal bluegrass and folk music concerts throughout the day. Incorporated Articles of incorporation were filed Mon day in W a slung t on County Court for Smith Foods Inn. Incorporators are Paul K. Smith, 1015 Bel Air Drive and G. Hugh smith, 1165 Overcrest Drive. Bicycle Stolen Donna Knoke, 1745 Shamblin Ave., L o 1 d Fayetteville poHce that a 20-inch bicycle was stolen Friday from a bike rack in front of her apartment. Center in Dallas, said that questions on employment will r o v i d e information about reasons why people take a second job and the extra weekly hours Ihey spend at it, as well as information about the main job. Questions on education will p r o v i d e information about students in college and other-1 f o r m s ol post - high school education and about recent high school graduates not attending school, as well as about future plans of school seniors. These questions are in addition to the usual ones asked in the monthly survey on employment and unemployment conducted nationwide by the Census Bureau for the U.S. Department of Labor. The education questions a r e b e i n g asked for the Office of E d u c a t i o n and the U.S. D e p a r t m e n t o f Flealth, Education and Welfare. The survey provides a monthly gauge o( employment, a prime factor in determining the economic health of the nation, according to Millard. The March survey showed that the unemployment rate, at 5.1 per cent, was essentially the same as in the preceding two months. Tolal employment was 85.9 million, also little changed from J a n u a r y or February. Information supplied ty in dividuals participating in the survey is confidential by law and results are used only to compile statistical totals. N ancy M cVey of 517 Hawthorn will visit area household* a.s a census interviewer. Candidates May Inspect Machines Candidates in the Republican and Democratic primaries May 28 have been invited to inspec voting machines Friday mor ning. T h e machines will bi available from 8 to 11 a,m Friday at the county shop on North Gregg Avenue. Tuuman Yancey of the count) election commission said anj ippear on the ballot may ir substitute. Firm Incorporates Articles of incorporation \ver iled Monday in Washingto bounty Court for LBE, Inc., 1 Township Uoad, in Fayetteville Agent for the new corporatio is Helen Edmislon and th ncorporator is Sidney P Davi Jr. New Way Found To Stop Hair Loss, Grow More Hair HOUSTON, Texas - If you! don't suffer from male pattern baldness, you can now stop your hair loss.. .and grow more hair. For years "they said it couldn't be done". But now a firm of lab. oratory consultants has develop, ed a treatment for both men and women, that is not only stopping hair loss . . . but is really growing hair! They don't even ask you to take their word for it. They invite you to try the treatment for 32 days, at their risk, and »ee for yourself! Naturally, they would not offer this opportunity unless the treatment worked. However, it is impossible to help everyone. The great majority of cases of excessive hair fall and baldness are the beginning and more fully developed stages of male pattern baldness and cannot be helped. HE WEATHER Elsewhere Hi Lo Prc Otlk Mbany Albu'que marillo \iichorage \sheville Ulanta irmingham lisnxarck ioise Joston irownsville Buffalo Charleston Charlotte Chicago incinnati lleveland Denver Des Moines Detroit Duluth Fairbanks Fort Worth Jreen Bay lelena ionolulu Houston .r.d'apolis facks'ville Juneau Cansas City Las Vegas Little Rock -os Angeles Louisville klarquctte klemphis 4iami Milwaukee Mpls-St. P. v'ew Orleans \'ew York Okla. City )maha Orlando ?hilad'phia "'hoenix 'ittsburgh | r tland Ore. ?'tland Me. ·lapid City :{cno Richmond it. 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Dr. Coggan will succeed Dr. Michael Ramsey as spiritual end- of the Anglican Church when Dr. Ramsey retires on Nov. 15. The appointment of Dr. Cog!an had been expected since he Archbishop of York is the econd-ranking prelate in the hurch of England. The Archbishop of Canterbu ry is spiritual leader of 64 mil- ion Anglicans throughout the world, including the Episcopa hurch in the United States Dr. Coggan, 64, has been irchbishop of York since 1961 He is married and has two daughters. Hn was c h o s e n by Queen Elizabeth on the advice a 'rime Minister Harold Wilson The sovereign is the temporar al head of the Church, while he Archbishop of Canterbury is tie primate and spiritual lead Dr. Ramsey's resignation :akes effect the day after his 70th birthday. He is the IMth Archbishop of Canterbury. The Most Reverend and iight Honorable Frederick Donald Coggan, who will be 65 oil Oct. 9. made his name in the Church as a Biblical scholar and expert administrator. He was educated at St John's College. Cambridge where he obtained a first ells r£T S d u g [ ee in lan S ua ees. in eluding Hebrew. He holds hon orary degrees of divinity from Bntish. Canadian and Japanese universities. Dr. Coggan lectured on theology in the United States in 1966 nnd 1967 at Westminster Choi College, Princeton N J am the General Theological 'semi nary m New York City. , He o-1 s , writ(er i nine books o ^ th Dies In Accident VAN BUR EN, Ark. (AP) -State Police said Dickie Brew er, 31, o[ Van Buren, was killer near Interstate 40 Mondaj night following a high speec chase with police. A spokesman for the Vai Buren Police Department sai an officer observed Brewer'; car traveling down the median at a high rate of speed, in an "irreguJar raannner" and will no lights on. State Police said Brewer wa pursued through several cit streets before he f i n a 11 wrecked his car near Interstati 40. Brewer was thrown from thi vehicle. Suffers Stroke CHICAGO CAP) -- Mayor Ricn nrd J. Daley will have to un dergo surgery to prevent com plications from what has bee diagnosed as a stroke suffere last week. Frank Sullivan, the mayor press secretary, said Monda the surgery will be performe in three or four weeks. Daley, who will be Wednesday, was hospitalized week ago with what was said t be high blood pressure and mild case of diabetes. Sulliva said at a news conference tha doctors had determined Dal had suffered "a small stroke. Sullivan said Daley had r covered completely from th stroke but. said he has e perienced subsequent episode of numbness in his right ban and the right side of his face. Sullivan said Daley probab! will leave the hospital som :ime this week to rest befor surgery. NorfhwMl ArlraiMo* TTMES, TIM*., May 14, 1974 FAVITTCVILLI. AIKANUS Mear University Campus U Wisconsin Youth Establish Own Kibbutz MADISON, Wi». AP) -- wenty-four young people who ant to "exist Jewishly" on a ·aditionally radicall campuses re experimenting with Israeli- tyle living at the Kibbutz angdon, nestled away in an Id sorority house near the Uni- ersity of Wisconsin. The kibbutz, formed in 1970, as been ignored by the less re- gious Jewish students and has yeen the target of barbs from more orthodox. 'No doubt they think we have rgies and drugs," says Jeffrey ohn, 19, of Pompano Beach, 'la. The lifestyle at Langdon is raditional with a modern touch --food is kosher and the Sabbath is strictly observed, but women have a far greater role n daily worship services than n most Jewish groups. Male nd female members of the kibbutz sometimes share the same room. "Instead of success and wealth and a career, we em- ihasize work and sharing of la- mr. Instead of the split be ween one's religious life and daily routine, we make one an ntegral part of the other," says Sam Norich, 26, of New fork City, one of the founders. Members say they look forward to the weekends, when he Sabbath is strictly observed. Work is prohibited and members spend Saturday going or walks, singing, eating and reading. Writing, partying cooking and playing stereos are ruled out. "The Sabbath is the center of religious existence here," says aul Prombaum, 19, of Chicago. "For those 24 hours we actually feel the spirit that it is a day of rest." Some members have active social lives outside the kibbutz. Some, but not all, join Zionist youth groups to solicit funds for Israel. Some leave for real kibbutzes :n Israel, while others leave, deciding they do not want (o live communally. Among the practices that have drawn the ire of more traditional groups is permitting women to read the Torah and lead services, activities traditionally forbidden to them by Orthodox groups. The kibbutz bulletin board displays letters criticizing its practices. The letters came after a nationally televised feature on its Friday night service. The kibbutz does not have u n i v e r s a l appeal among campus Jews. Although there are two applicants for every vacant room, only about half stay after one year and some eave before that. And a good many of the University's Jewsh students, less ardent in ;heir faith or their Zionism, ignore the group altogether. "They weren't my cup of tea, We happened to not have a lot of things in common," says Robert Rathauser, 21, of Trenton, N.J. He moved out of the co-op after a year because he thought life there was "too cloistered." Killed In Wreck OZARK, Ark. (AP) - Jake Gray, 80, of Ozark, was killed Monday when the car he was driving ran a stop sign on an Ozark city street and was struck by a pickup truck, Ozark police said. Three other persons, in eluding the driver of the pick up, Lovena Wann, 54, of Ozark, were injured. Enjoy Cool Comfort IWIM.WCHOC, iAIMi, HAY mvout RUPTURE-EASER far rxfecbl. Inwtnol tamo Fatally Injured WYNNE. Ark. CAP) _ State Police said Andrew T. Hess, 19. of Wynne was killed Monday when his motorcycle collided with a tractor trailer rig on Arkansas 284 about 13 miles west of here. The truck was making a left turn off the highway, when Hess tried to pass it and struck the truck behind the left front wheel, Trooper Ronnie Huey said. But, if you arc not already slick bald, how can you be sure what is actually causing your hair loss? Even if baldness may seem to "run in your family,' Ehis is certainly no proof of the cause of YOUR hair loss. Hair loss caused by sebum can also run in your family, and many other conditions can cause h a i r loss. No matter which one is causing your hair loss, if you wait until you are slick bald and your hair roots are dead, you are beyond help. So, If you still have any hair on top of your your hair loss and grow more head, and would like to stop hair . . . now is the time to do something about it before it's too late. T.oesch Laboratory Consultants, Inc., will supply you with treatment for 32 days, at their risk, if they believe the treatment will help yoo. Just send Ihcm the information listed below. All inquiries are answered confidentially, by mail and without obligation. _ NO OBLIGATION COUPON. Adv. To: I.oesch Laboratory Consultants, Inc. Box 6*001,3311 West Main Si. Houston, Texas 77006 I am submitting the following information with the understanding that it will be kept slricily confidential and (hat I am under no obligation whatsoever. I now have or have had the following conditions: Do you have dandruff? - Is it dry? _ Does your forehead become oily or gre«y7_ Does your scalp itch? · oily7_ How long has your hair betn thinning?. _ __ Do you still have any wcalt hair on top of your be«d?_ How long a it? - Is it dry? _ It N oily? _ Attach any other information yon feel may be helpful. NAME , ADDRESS CITY STATE ZJ? Strike a note for the hearty robust look of Country English. 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