Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 27, 1974 · Page 11
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
June 27, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

Publication:
Location:
Fayetteville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, June 27, 1974
Page:
Page 11
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 11 article text (OCR)

12 NerlftwKl ArkartMt TIMtS, Thura., June 27, 1974 r»vn-T«viLLr. Singer-Guitarist Has His Own Ideas About Music, Career NEW BREED OF COUNTRY PERFORMERS .characterizes Jerry Reed who is equally at home with jazz, blues and pop Five Win Assistance The Department of Music in «t the University of Arkansas has awarded scholarships to five students who will be freshmen in the fall, according lo Roger Widder, chairman of [he department. Winston Taylor McKeon of Barllesville. Okla. received t h r e e awards-a Music Department scholarships, a band grant-in-aid and a Symphony Society scholarship. John Ernest Hovis oF Tulsa, Okla. received two scholarships -- a Music Department scholarship and a band grant-in-aid. A l s o receiving Music Department scholarships were Elizabeth R u t h Mitchell of Pine B l u f f ; Bradley Earner of St. James. Mo., and Janet K. Allen or North Little Hock. Ellington Estate NEW YORK (AP) -- Initially estimated at $200,000, the estate of composer Duke Ellington is to be administered by his son, Mercer K. Ellingon. Ellington.75, died May 24, leaving no will. Arrangements were made for the son, Ellington's only child, to serve as administrator in Surrogate Court here. By JA YSHARBUTT NASHVILLE, Tcnn. (AP) -Singer-guitarist Jerry Reed graduated from country to nu- tional stardom because of network TV. but his Music Row headquarters here is still just a plain, white wood frame house. You need the address to find it. There's no sign outside. The proprietor, a regular this spring on NBC's since-canceled "Music Country U.S.A.," is equally surprising in the flesh, Where some top performers here might cite only old-time country artists as their main musical influences, Reed, a fine guitarist, readily claims the late jazz guitarist Django Reinhardl as one of his. Mention Lenny Brcau. an obscure, legendary Canadian known mainly to plectrum pros, and Reed lights up like Christmas: "Greatest guitar player I've ever heard, and I've heard some guitar players." In short. Reed, a tanned, wiry native of Decalur, Ga., is among what Glen Campbell calls the "nc\v breed" of courv try performors artists equally at home not only in country music, but also jazz, blues and pop. A CROSSOVER Like Campbell, who gave him his first network break on CBS in 1969. Reed is what you'd call a "crossover," a country performer accepted by countrv and noncountry music f alike. Surprisingly Reed doesn't want a weekly country music show of his own on network TV. "I don't like people to see il every time they want to see it.' Reed said, sipping a cola drink in the small, eight-track office recording studio ho uses to trj out new song ideas or hear those pF others. "I like to keep it important. Put it on network TV week in, week out, you're overdoin' it The name of the hall game is going out and visiting those people. Fairs, concerts, that's where it's at." Starring in specials is anoth er matter, lie said: "Now you're gettin' down to the nitty gritty, talkin' my kind of Ian guage." However, he laughed, "if I do a show. I'm going to call the shots because I'm the one who A L E X A N D E R , Ark. (AP) -Jov. Dale Bumpers endorsed a 'ill Wednesday pending in the I.S. Senate that calls for na- ional standards of juvenile jus- ice lo he developed. Bumpers made the endorse- nent of the bill, sponsored by Sen. Birch Bayh, D-Ind., during a dedicatory speech for a new multi-purpose building at the jtate Training School for Girls lore. The building, which houses administrative and counseling ffices and classrooms, cost 5193.239. The state appropriated 153,239 for the structure in 1971 and the remaining $10.000 came from the federal Law En- orcement Assistance Adminis- ration. Bumpers, a Democratic nom- nce for the U.S. Seriate, said Bayh's hill would "help keep children out of court" by seek- 'ng to develop alternatives to .raditional juvenile institutions. The bill would incorporate )asic protections for juveniles nto federal law. including many of the due process rights of adults, Bumpers said. It also would establish what Bumpers called a "long o v e r d u e institution" to serve as a nationa clearinghouse for delinquency prevention and treatment. Beer Stolen Ten cases of beer were reported stolen Monday night or Tuesday morning from a rail road boxcar. Fayctteville police said the boxcar was parked a the McBride Distributing Co a the intersection of West Avenui and Spring Street. lands lo lose the battle, the ar. It'll be my head that'll oil or my career that'll suffer. "The nctwork'll always get nothcr horse to ride." Bumpers Backs Bayh's Juvenile Justice Bill ARKANSAS CITY, Ark. (AP) -- Two Desha County prisoners verc charged with arson Vcdnesday in connection with a re that destroyed the Desha Bounty Jail here. Roy Hogg said Delbcrt Odom, 0, and James William Chancy 'r., 19, were, charged in Desha lounty Circuit Court. Hogg is he Democratic nominee for heriff and has no Republican pposition. Odom and C h a n c y were irisoners at the jail Friday light when the building caught ire. Hogg said the information accused the men of sniffing ighter fluid and then setting ire to some paper they stuffed n the ceiling of th jail. Th jail, which Hogg said vas a total loss, is located at he courthouse. Prisoners Set Fire To Desha County Jail Folk Center Funds LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Wiliam E. Henderson, director of he state Parks and Tourism Department, said Wednesday hat he is transferring $20,000 rom department cash funds for he operations of Ihe Ozark ·'oik Culture Center at Moun- ain View. Henderson said the money would be used to cover any deficits incurred in the operation of the center this spring. Hogg said he would favor building a new jail with the insurance settlemenl the county receives. . Prisoners currently are being edged at city jails at Dumas and McGehee, Hogg said. Opposes Oath LITTLE ROCK (AP) - J, Bill Becker, state AFL-CIO president, urged the General Assembly in a prepared statement Wednesday to stand against a loyalty oath proposal suggsted by state Rep, Bobby Glover of Carlisle. "Declarations of loyalty are useless and unworkable tools to avoid the hazards of totalitarian doctrines," Becker wrote. He praised Gov. Dale Bump ers for questioning the usefulness of a loyalty oath and asked legislators to' vote against' the proposal. "The real danger is that in endlessly crying wolf, our people will be confused and di vided and our ability to recog nize a real peril when it ap pears on the horizon wil be di! minished," he said. Becker said the far left poset a danger, but there was just as much danger to a democratic society from the radical arid re actionary far right. Bank Bomb Thrw* HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) Arkansas Bank and Trust Co. icre received a bomb threat clephone call about 1:30 p.m. Wednesday and a demand for $25,000. but a bank spokesman said the call may have been a loax. · Don Pittman, vice president in charge of personnel, said the male voice on the phone sounded as if it were that of an older person. He said the bank was given until 2:21 p.m. to deliver the money to a drop point. The deadline oassed without incident, and when the bank was searched by FBI and local police no bomb was found. Pittman said the threat ·asn't made against any particular individual and that the caller wasn't specific in his demands. He said the building, located _. downtown Hot Springs, was evacuated after the call, but re : opened at 3 p.m. '-, CXPIKT WATCH REPAm SWIFTS (TNwtfe Recovery Room's Special of Specials! Standard Sofa-Reupholstered $139.00 Complete. or Hide-A-Bed . . . Includes . . . THE FABRIC Any fabric ap to 10.M per yard from any of four full line of books, including Kirsch, Craven, O.V.S., Dogwood, Midwest, Rushin . . . Hercnlons, 100 per cent nylons naugahydes, velvets, etc Any fabric NOT Scotchgarded we will Scotchgard FREE! THE LABOR Removal of ALL Fabric, Tying of Springs, rewebbing, gluing of Frame, repidding, wood touch-up, any other necessary repairs . . . ALL WORK GUARANTEED to YOUR Satisfaction! FREE Pick Up and Delivery Wilhin a 25 Mile Radius Call 521-8815 3E. Mountain, Fayetieville DIL Special Buys From Two of Your Favorite Manufacturers! Sleeveless Knit Shirts 6 97 Compare at $13 and $16 All Famous Make A very special purchase to bring you great fashion plus worthwhile savings on shirts and jeans you need for vacation wear and all summer long. Ace- solids and multi tones. Jeans in easy tale and nylon sleeveless knit shirts in core polyester and cotton in solids and checks. Sizes 8 to 16. Match up several sets at these low, low prices' Better Sportswear-- DILLASD'S-First Floor Open Monday Through Saturday Until 9 DILLARD'S Choose From Screen Prints! Denim! Seersucker! Double Knits! Many More! Silk Look" Screen Print Orig. 3-98 to 5.98 yd. Pretty as silk! Screen-printed for lifelike detail. Washable. 45" Orig. 1.49 and More Fabric Pieces Sportswear Fabric Orig. Up to 2.79 yd. 45" widths in wash n' wear duck sailcloth, seersucker, denims, prints and flocks -for jumpsuits slacks, shorts, jeans, top, Print Double Knit Orig. 3.98 to 4.98 yd. Whata buy! 56" lo BO" widths in quality polyester double knifs, Houndstooth. paisley, yarn dyes, and mcas- wcar. From famous mills. Yd. 100% Pofyesteer Double Knit. Orig. 5.98-7.98 yd. Beautiful assortment ol our f i nest 100 % polyester double knits. Springtime weight* in 56" width*. King lizc saving*! 4.66 Yd. Fabria-CHLlARD'S-Seaxid Floor Open Monday Through Sataiday Until 9

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page