Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 26, 1974 · Page 3
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June 26, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Weather Forecast Foundation Funds Math Teachers Summer Study Thirty-one teachers arc at- emiing th e 1974 National athemalics Program a t the Jniversity of Arkansas, ac- ording to Dr. William R. Or on, director of the Program. The program is funded by a rant from the National Science 'oundation and is conducted uring the first term of summer chool on the Fayetteville cam* us. Kach person selected for he Program receives tuition nd fees, and an allowance to over books, travel, room and leals. In addition to Dr. Orton, in- ructors in (he program, which s part of the statewide Com- rehensive Program in Mathematics Education, are Dr. Catherine C. Mires and Dr. Jay Graening, both of the UA acuity. All of the participants are eachers from schools in Arkanas. Each is enrolled in two pecial mathematics education ourses. One of the c ourses cals with the use of mathema- ical games and activities in classroom leaching. The tea- hers are preparing course'out- ines for use in their local chools during the next school ·ear. "Many students are 'turned iff us 1 the abstraction and symbolism of mathematics," Dr, )rton sairl. "One of the pur- mses of mathematical activities n the classroom is to show students that mathematics can be practical and useful. Mathenru- ical games are used not only -0 Rive students knowledge of mathematics topics but also to illustrate that mathematics study can be entertaining and amusing." Sunny skies are forecast in the Midwest to hot in the are forecast for tbe Appala- Wednesday for most of the West. Cooler weather is fore- chians and Florida. (AP Wire- nallon. Temperatures are ex- cast lo continue in the East photo Map) peeled (o range from warm and northern Plains. Showers Supreme Court Rules ; On Inmate Discipline ; WASFTINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court ruled 6 to 3 today that prisoners undergoing disciplinary proceedings do not ave the right to be represent- have the right to be represent ed by lawyers. The court overturned a federal circuit court ruling that had extended the right to counsel to prisoners in the Nebraska penal complex. However, the Supreme Court upheld fhe lower court's finding that the inmates are entitled lo certain other guarantees of due process of law in the disciplinary proceedings. Justice Byron R. White, speaking for the court, said prisoners must be given at least 24 hours' advance written notice of scheduled appearances before the disciplinary body. ' He said the notice must include a written statement should be allowed lo call witnesses and present evidence in his defense if this will not jeopardize the safety or goals of the institution, White wrote. Theft Reported George Harper of the Sand Motel, 215 N. College Ave.. tol Fayelteville police today t h a t leather carpenter's bag wa stolen from his iar at abou midnight Tuesday while the ca was parked in the molt parking lot. · Harper said he looked out th window and saw someon standing at his car. He sa lhat when he went outside th man ran away. Sunshine Seen In Most Of Nation Today By THK ASSOCIATED PRKSS A storm system that dumped ;orrential rains on the Florida Peninsula weakened as moved out to sea today, it but showers lingered along much of the Eastern Seaboard. With only isolated exceptions, the rest of the nation basked in sunshine. A disturbance building off the Mexican coast threatened to grow into the season's first tropical storm. Winds of 30 to 35 miles per hour were reported Tuesday night, just below the threshold for a tropical storm. Florida received only scattered thundershowers overnight, including nearly an inch of rain at Miami. A storm sys- rfay, dumping 11.03 inches al Komosassa and J0.5 inches al Fernando, both along the dull Coast. Clouds and some rainfall were concentrated over the Northern and Middle Allnniic Coast, stretching as far inlanc as the eastern Great Lakes anc Ohio Valley. Cooler than normal tempera' tures prevailed from the Atlan tic Coast to the northern and central Plains, with most read ings in the 50s during the night. Temperatures before dawn ranged from 99 at Blythe, Ca lit., to 41 al Marquctte Count.) Airport, Midi. Rogers Group Asks City For Improvements ROGERS -- The lingers c o m m u n i t y Improvement iroup (RCIG) asked the City Council Tuesda ynigtit to allo- ·atc funds For improvements if he northeast area of town. Chairman of tlie group whici, i an ACORN ( A r k a n s a s immunity Organisation fot rteform Now). Rev. Clyde Nida jointed out thai needed imp r o v e m e n t s include belter drainage, paved streets, ami the installation of street liglits, stop signs and sewer lines. RCIG contended t h a i nf Hie liore t h a n $8(10.01)0 s p e n t lirough the city's street fund sinee 1869, very little has been used in the city's northcasl section. No estimates of lio« ·nuch money has been S[en there could be figured, Nida said. RCIG suggested the city IKC what it termed "surplus money" left over at the end of the fiscal year to make mprovemenfs in that area Vida felt that some or all o the $11,506 in revenue sharing money alloted for sewagr projects should he used fo sewer lines in the northeas Rosso Elect-ed John M. Rosso, executive director of the University of Arkansas Alumni Associalon, has been elected to the board of a national education association being formed. Rosso also was named to the new organization's commission on regions and districts. The association, temporarily designated AAC-ACPRA, results from the merger of the Ameri can Alumni Council and the A m e r i c a n College Public Relations Association. It will serve almost 2,000 educational institutions and 6,000 individuals. The merger received overwhelming support from members of both AAC and ACPRA in balloting completed in May. The successor organization is expected to become a legal entity by Sept. 1. 1974. Vandalism Reported SPRING DALE -- Four gauges on a buldozer owned by the Capwell Construction Compa'nj were broken Sunday or Monday police said today. The, bullrioz er was parked al a construe tion site on Midland Street, in the Indian Head Estates Subdivision. Rocks were bclievec to have been used lo break the glass in the gauges. 5V4% 6!/z% 6 3 /4% We bare a savings program and interest rate to meet your needs. Foyetteville Savings Loan .Association 201 N. East Avenue irthw«*t Arkonttts TIMES, Wed., June 1 26, 1974 AYITTIVIIUI, AKKANtAt JA Receives Grants The University of Arkansas s received grants totaling 500 from the Monsanto ompany of SI. Louis ac- ction. Nida said there would also : about a $110,704 surplus in !venue sharing monies at the id of the fiscal year, as well s surplus money in the street id operatin;! funds al the lar's end. lie also referred to 47.688 of restricted funds, ying these could he used. The council told Nida it would ko the matter under corr deration. Mayor Ed Bautts lid the city will begin cleaning it a debris-tilled d r a i n a g e tch in the northeast spctiun town near tlie railroad acks. lording lo Dr. Charles Oxford, interim UA president. The Department of Chemical Kngineering received an unrestricted grant of $2,500 from the company. Grants of $500 each were received by the Departments of Chemistry and Mechanical Engineering. They, too, are unrestricted. Dr. Oxford also announced that scholarships of $300 each had been presented to Gary Allia. K e n n y Berry, arid David C h a n d l e r , all of r'ayclteville, by the Dusiness Education Department of Kayettevilie High School. Al] of the students will be freshmen at the University this fall. The scholarships were awarded to them as "outstanding seniors in business- education." according to Marguerite Cowan, head of the depart tncnt. FREE CLASSES Beginners Crochet. . . .July 1, 9:30 a.tn.-ll:30 a.m. Beginner Knitting... .July 2, 9:30 a.m.-lT:30 a.m. Needlepoint July 3, 9:30 a.m.-ll:30 a.m. Crewel Embroidery... .July 5, 9:30 a.m.-ll:30 a.m. Charge is for materials only. Enrolment Is Limited-so, please register at once. La Petite Yarn Shop Evelyn Hills Shopping Center 443-2151 Save 25% on Radiance and get a bottle of Vitamin E FREE. Do it now Special prices in effect only whte supply lasts. SEMI-ANNUAL VANITY FAIR FOUNDATION SALE! ABOVE LEFT: "Juliet" dicolletage bra -- fiber fill, tricot cop, wide set straps. Underwired, in white or beige. · 32-36 B C Reg. 6.50 5.50 · 32-36 D Reg. 7.50 5.99 ABOVE RIGHT: Contemporary Contour bra -- minimal seams, 1 framed with light flat lace. White and beige. Sizes 32-38 B C. Reg. 5.00 3.99 BELOW: Nylon and lycra Spandel light weight brief. Anfi-cling Antron III®, with hose holder leg bands. In white and beige, sizes S-M-L-XL. Reg. 6.00 4.99 MANY OTHER ITEMS ON SALE! Boston Store III NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA -- 10:00 A.M. - 9:00 P M USE YOUR CHARGE OR OUR LAY AWAY PLAN PHONE 521-6250 Flavors: VanWa Citrus Black Cherry Size 60 Reg. 4.50 SALE*9L38 Size VS Beg. 225 -- SALE*UB9 Size 4SO Beg. 635 SA1£*21 Size SO Reg-S^S SALE Size 100 Reg. 129 SALE S 2.47 SizaWOReg-rsS SALE*U8 Size 250 Reg. 3.40" SALE*2JS Size 9O Beg. 6.50 SALE 188 See 180 Reg. 12.25 SALE *9.19 SizelOO Beg. 4.00 SALE*249 Size 250 Beg. 0.00 SALE *BM Podtanc*. 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