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June 7, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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H»rlKw»t Aiknmm 1IMIV tiiiloy, JUCR /, P A V E T T E V I L L C . A R K A N S A S Of '60s Proves To Be One-Sided i ul H I I ,nll I.much the program's Inmir lander will he i f finif ] ( ri should so placed aboard the Soyuz tit help lilli i.he hrsl. The sec-i^uiile the Apollo. 11 i |r n will 1r;til tin 1 Astronaut Rumens? Oman, M lio commanded the Apollo 17 innrin landing and now is a | member' of the m u mi Cement j S O U / I \ S S J V K team planning the U,S. llussian i will bt 1 liumrhed From ( m i \ a si. Kb)., seven A Family Reunited i i r h uid move- in for a «. iln I he Soyu/. An MI 1 1 i I irm transponder ii n i ir ri nn Ihc Apnllo Sv/ilt Opens New Pos ! "fry Plant In ftwisville TUA'TSVILLK/ -- Cereinnme* m ·:)(··' the- official ripening ·M ihr S w i f t Dairy and Poultry r nniniuiv'.s now ' noultry pro nii^ mul free/ing plant we 1 re lii-!-l rvrc indiiy I in i t \ fni the pi-int v.ill be flitiht, cr;ift llu 1 R u s s i a n space philosophy t h a t An Israeli MOW is iriinitr-il with his wife and you UN, i Inlrl fil Tel A v i v ' s Ren Curuin Ah pori Thursday a Her ni'urh eight months imprisonment in Svi i i I hi Ini il 11 in lM)\\s liHvimi F).mia-i' I'd A v i v invnh rrl ri'ii:il nf 'ifi Isi'iiclis itiul ;Ui7 ( A P \VilO|ilirv1n| Suit Filed Againsl Insurance Comply Glenn and flilla ] J arrish nf West Fork [fled suit in Washington Circuit Court Wednesday Against Allstate; Insurance Corn pany for injuries M i s Pirn Ii suffered in an aeenlfiil. wine h Ihe Parrishos chiint \va: covered by an AllsUUe policy Thp suil slHlcs thai llir Parr'ishos lonk out a pnlic.-y nn Change It Taken SPR1NGHAI.K Central Greasa and Protein Conipiiny on Meadow Avenue, w«5 bin T , Klarizeri for Ihe sccnnrt time, in To ' " c o r p o r o f c cighl days. Ahnnl S'i to JV in change was taken f r o m T c k s ! i drawer in (lie business of fit i C mmu sometime Wednesday night rn j Inc.- parly today. According to polic-t' reports, the dnnr's slidhip lofl was pu,slied a.sidp lo ij;iin cnlry DILL i KI n' in i of Mi.s:--!»iri, ;ic- r f j r r l j j j f f to John R. Scoll, comp- h i of li\r lurkeys is expect- f(! in ;nii'tuiM lo ?7 milMon. The uiif istory builriin^ of sl^el i \t\ i fnit H U contains ST.00(1 t|U HI fi ' of space and .some 'riu p i s ins \ i!| initially bf cm- treatment of waste Incited mi ;i 27-ficre plol Thf tlunt-s\'illr plant is the. unpany's f i r s l turkey plant in LI i 111 i tnd \v ill process Elnl- i ib i)l luil s \ It n 1 1 lid Ihe plan! t-.m pro- EMHHI uu keys weoklv nn i n 1 IK ind utxrs mud by t h e unt ikuMi ,\\o!pUinl \^il| adfl some SI million H }\ i M i f u 1 iTimnniv of the ai"o;i ddesn't need a man to fly. The American spaceships are de.s i g nod tn work on I y with a human being in Ihe toon, Cer- 11 e said the Russi an s pace program had no major over-aII uoal [ike landing on tho moon, other than those of heing Eirsl, "del the first iron ball in orbit. Oel the first man there. Gel tho firsl woman. Gel the first l\vo people up there at the same lime; the first mulliman space- era Ft. So. potilically. they gained some significant firsts." KICNNKDV SKT COAL These- space spectaculars uomptetl Presirlenl John F, Kennedy in 19fi1 to set a goal of landing men on the moon be- 'ore the decade ended. During the Soyutv. 11 fhffhl in 1071. the three cosmonauts died chiriiifi re-enti'y when their tpaceship sudden !y rlocont pressed because rif a faulty valve design and they became exposed to the vacuum of The Americans are salt?;Fieri til at proper modifications have been math so there are no dangers in thi? area for next year'? light. Wi 11 I lie Sov iets n i n n ny ol America's technological sc ·ets? "f'^xc'ept for the common docking system, which is n joint design, ihe two nations will use their own equipment, 11 said Chester M. Lee. director of Die Apolln Soyux program for N A S A . "We see their equipment ;tnd we really don't gel into the £uts of il. and they don't jiel into the guts of ours. The whole program was slrur tured basically so that it wasn'l necessary to exchange a lot of technology/' Of the one piece of U.S equipment, which will be aboard the Soyu/,. a tracking transponder. Lee si\\(\. " . . . I think that's technology that is n o t the type we're worried about. It's recognised and it's understood." ·fr FOR SANE, I TEMPERATE LAW ENFORCEMENT ELECT SHERIFF OF WASHINGTON COUNTY · Experienced O Efficient £ Dedicated fl Qualified O Impartial * Loyal · Honest During the time Dick Hoyf was a deputy for me, he was an efficient, loyal employe. --Arthur Davidson Former Sheriff Paid liy Arthur B. 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