Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 5, 1974 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 5, 1974
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Weather Forecast Showers are forecast Wednesday from Florida and t li c eastern Golf through the Midwest and eastern Plains to the upper Great Lakes. Sliow- ers are forecast for p a r t of the northern Plains. Rain is expected for northern Pacific coastal areas. Weather Is expected to be warmer In the East and cooler in most of the West. (AP Wirephoto Map) Two Injured In Car-Cycle Wreck Two Utah residents are listed In fair condition at Washington Regional Medical .Center after being injured in a motorcycln- cnr collision Tuesday morning in Farmington, at the intersection of Hwy. 62 and Brown Street. A spokesman for the Farmington Police Department said Michael Scott Jensen, 23, and his 17 year-old wife Sally, both of Clcarficld, Utah, were in- jured when the motorcycle they were riding collided with the rear of a car driven by Mrs. Wanda Nell Young. 51, of Route 1. Farmington. The spokesman said Mrs. Young was attempting a left turn off of Hwy. 62 when the accident occurred. Rangers Begin Land Use Plan At Wellington Forest Supervisor, L a r r y D. ·ienson, announced today that and use planning work has begun on the Wedington unit of the Ozark-St. Francis National Forests. The unit is located about nine miles northwest of Fayettevjlle. and is part of the Wedington Division of the Boston Mountain Ranger District. Lake Wedington is located within the unit with the Illinois River forming portion of the north and east boundaries. Unit planning is the process of land use planning on the National Forests, it involves studying an area of land, its natural characteristics, i t s people, its potential and the ex- aected demands. The actual planning is done by an inter-disciplinary team of specialists from such fields as timber, recreation, wildlife, engineering, soils and watershed. Management of the unit's natural resources is then charted for a 10 year period to prc vide the mix of goods and services to best serve the people in the long run. Persons having particular knowledge of some aspect of this unit are urged to contact the District Ranger at Ozark to help compile the basic data a b o u t the area. A public meeting on this subject is planned for the fall of 1974. Luper Enters Plea To Assault Charge Jerry Wayne Luper, 19. of Route 6, Springdale. pleaded not guilty in Fayetteville Municipal Court this morning to charges of assault with a deadly weapon. Trial was set for 1:30 p.m. June 20. Luper was involved in an altercation with Bobby Scott, 22. Tuesday. Scott was charged with disturbing the peace. Washington County authorities said Luper shot Scott after a disturbance at the residence of Mrs. Lilly Ann Hobbs on Pleasure Heights Road. Scott was released after t r e a t m e n t a t Springdale Memorial Hospital. TEACHER RETIRES .. JUrs. Swift retires at Bates School Reception Fetes Retiring Teacher Mrs. Charles Swift, who is retiring from the Fayetteville school system was guest of honor at a reception sponsored by the Bates School P a r e n t Teacher Association Friday. Mrs. Swift has taught at Bates School for 20 years and plans to garden, travel and be i. "housewife." A special guest for the reception was Miss Elizabeth Shipley a former teacher at the school. Other guests included former students, administrative personnel and fellow teachers, as well as members of the PTA. Mrs. James Gordon, imme- atediale past PTA president. Mrs. Bill Bequette, chairman of volunteers for the school's reading program and Mrs. Kenneth Cruriup, treasurer presided at the table. Mrs. Swift was also honored with a luncheon given by the school faculty preceding the reception. Fire Put Out Firemen were called to an apartment house at 20 N. Duncan Ave. about 10:15 u.m. Tuesday but lound the blaze extinguished by the time they arrived. Firemen said an apartment o c c u p i e d by Basil Peters, suffered smoke damage after a lighted cigarette left on a win- riowri sill ignited curtains. Thunderstorms, Wind And Hail Batter Region Thundershowers spread into :he middle Mississippi Valley today after severe storms lashed the Deep South with h i g h winds, tornadoes and hail during the night. Gusts up to 60 miles per hour and hail the size of golf balls lit Shreveport, La., where nearly 2 inches of rain fell late Tuesday. Wind damage was reported just to the north at Vi vian. In Texas, tornadoes twisted through the Panhandle a n d an area near Abilene. Large hail also pelted several sections. Lines of thundershowers elsewhere ranged from North Dakota to Kansas and along the eastern Gulf Coast. Tallahassee, Fla.. was soaked by more than an inch of rain. Most of the remainder of the nation was under clear or partly cloudy skies, although a cold front in the Pacific Northwest produced rain from the coast to the northern Rockies. Temperatures before d a w n ranged from 87 at Blythe, Calif., to 45 at Kalispell, Mont. Nofthwrt Arfcanws TIMES, W*d.. Jum 5, 1*74 FAYCTTIVILLt, · S National Election Highlights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Election highlights in other states: IOWA--State Hop. David Stanley won the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate seat being being vacated by Democrat Harold E. Hughes. Stanley, who lost a bid for the Senate to Hughes by 6.415 votes in 1968, will be matched'against Rep. John Culver, D-Iowa.. in the general election. Culver was unopposed. James Schaben, state senate minority leader, won the three-man Democratic primary for governor and will face Incumbent Republican Gov. Robert D. Ray. who was unopposed. ALABAMA--Lt. Gov. Jcre Beasley. who ran behind millionaire Charles Woods in the first primary May 7. fought back to win renomination in the Democratic runoff. Beasley offered a helping hand to Gov. George C. Wallace, who was re- nominated for an unprecedented third in the first primary four weeks ago. N E W JERSEY--All i n - cumbent congressmen seeking another term were renominaUd without serious challenge, MONTANA - Democrat Max Baucus and Jack McDonald, a Republican who recently bolted the Democratic party, won congressional nominations to facs incumbents who were unopposed in the primary. In November, Baucus w i l l challenge Republican Rep. Dick Shoup while McDonald wilt face Democratic Rep. John Melcher. NEW MEXICO -- Slate Sen. Jerry Apodaca of Las Cruces. at 39 the youngest candidate in a six-man field, won New Mexico's Democratic gubernatorial primary election. He will oppose Republican Joseph Skeen, a 47-year-old rancher and former state senator, in the November general election. 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