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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 3, 1974
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This polar bear box to make nses a metal like a flutist Note How He Bears Up as he relaxes In the pool at recently during a period of Wirepholo) (lie Bronx Zoo in New York rising temperatures. CAP UA Foundation Grants Funds For Educational Research The University of Arkansas Foundation has approved four grants totaling $10,485 to support research, educational and public servjce projects by faculty members, according to an announcement by Harvey McGeorge of Pine Bluff, chairman of the Board of Directors of the foundation, The largest of the grants, for $3,250, was presented to Norman DeMarco of the Department of Speech and Dramatic Art. It will be used to develop a series of three video-taped documentary programs entitled "Pioneers of Ozark Folklore.'* The programs, DeMarco said. will "delineate the contributions to various aspects of Ozark folklore by eminent Arkansas artists and craftsmen." The programs will include interviews as well as singing, dancing and instrumental performances, DeMarco said. One of the programs, he said, wil be devoted to the work of the well-known Ozark folklorist, Vance Randolph. Dr. Arthur Browne, vice pre sident for academic planning and development for the Uni versity System, received a grant of $2,700 to pay for a system-wide academic work shop to be held sometime this fall. The workshop will bring together three faculty members and a department chairman or deari from each of the Univer sity campuses in each of five areas -- social sciences, natura sciences, humanities, busines.. and teacher education. Thi approximately 90 participants will discuss such matters a inter-campus cooperative pro grams and the removal o barriers to student transfer from campus to campus within the system. A grant of $2,643 wa awarded to the Department o Psychology at Fayetteville fo a speaker program in th general-experimental gradual program in psychology. Unde the program, four experts the general and experimenta psychology fields would be rought to the. campus during ie 1974-75 academic year to peak to a graduate-level psy- hology seminar and to deliver ublic lectures. Two of the peakers would be scheduled to ppcar during the fall semester, ind two during the spring. Dr. C. P. Rao of the Department of Marketing in the College of Business Administra- ion received a grant of $1,895 or a research project entitled 'European 'Importers' Ex- icriences, Perceptions aric Evaluations in Dealing with the U.S. Exporters." Dr. Rao said the study woulc 'ill a definite need, since little s known in this eountrs despite the rising importance of exports to the United States economy, about the Europear mporters' point of view anc opinions about American busi lessmcn. Dr.. Rao will use combination of personal inter views and mailed question laires to survey these opinion: while he is in Europe teaching the oyerecas program. Hi survey will seek specifically tc determine attitudes toward Ar ansas exporters and surve; [he export possibilities for Ar kansas businessmen. County 4-H Presents Annual Dress Revue Fifty 4-H members parti- ipated in the annual Washing- on C o u n t y Dress Revue modeling and appropriate wear or boys activities at Ozarks Electric Friday. "Fashion Wonderland" was ie theme of the activity and 3ecky Hicks served as narra- Youth Injured In Motorcycle Accident SPRINGDLAE -- A 15-year old boy was injured in a tw vehicle accident on Hwy. 6 west Tuesday when a ca struck the motorcycle he wa riding. Curtis John Taldo, 15, Route 4, was treated r e l e a s e d at Springdai Memorial Hospital. Accordin to police reports, Taldo wa eastbounri on Hwy. 68 ' wes when lie slowed to turn left inl the Sonic Drive-In. A car following him drive by Stephanie Marie Moore, 1' of Fayeteville. struck the eye: in the rear. Miss Moore to! police Taldo's tail light was n working. Wallet Stolen Mrs. Kay Lushbaugh, 85 Crest Drive, told Fayettevill police thai a billfold was take from her purse between six an 8 p.m. Tuesday night while sh was at Walker Park. The billfold contained tw checks totaling $1,700, about $1 in cash and credit cards. or. Dress revue winners in the unior division were Pam Abu- Pleads Innocent Yvonne Sue Comptpn, 2 Prairie Grove, pleaded innocen Tuesday in Washington Circu Court to a charge of possessio of an altered prescription, misdemeanor. Miss Compton is free on $5' a, apron; V i c k i Salsbury, portswear; Donna Svmco,' best Iress; Patricia Pierce, party dress; Carol Laxson, school dress. Junior winners of the cotton dress revue were Donna Simco, sportswear and Jeanie Carter, school dress. Jeanie also took he top award in modeling. Awards for junior appropriate wear for boys went to Ben iulherford for school wear and Kyle Pendcrgraft for dress wear. Senior division dress revue winners were Lee Ann Simm o n s , sportswear; Debbie Moore, best dress; Susan Russell, school dress and Kalhy Skelton, party dress. Winners in the senior cotton dress revue was Lee Ann Simmons, sportswear. Karen Russell took the senior division modeling award. Ray Poindexter was first place winner in the senior division for . school wear in the appropriate wear for boys division and John Mefford in the dress wear division. Others participating were Susie West, Catherine Smith, Kim Campbell, Becky Hicks, Suzy McCamey, Elsa Beneke, Connie Russell, Jeanie Sizemore, Carol Snodgrass, Zane Markham, Sherry Johnson, Brenda Fitts, Deana. Johnson, Paul Camp, Debbie Simco. Helen Ranthum and Barbara Walker. jond. Suit Against Bumpers is Dismissed VAN BUREN, Ark. (API Crawford County Circuit ourt suit was dismissed here ucsday wliicli charged that ov. Dale Bumpers and two lliers solicited campaign funds 1970 with the promise thai ederol charges against Bernie aer of Alma would be roppcd. Goer, acting as Iiis own alter ey, Hied tlie suit again s lumpers, slate Sen. Ben Allen t Little Rock and Archie charter, the governor's aide nd nephew, four days before ie May 28 Democratic pri mary. Bumpers defeated Sen *. W. Fulbright for the U.S icnale nomination in that pri nary. Jud{!e David Partain said tin act that Gaer was seeking. $2, DOO in funds he contended h ent Bumpers involved allega ions about a contract an should be filed in the count vherc the defendants live. Gaer did not indicate Whethe ie would file the suit in PulasK Bounty, where the three defen ants live. Gaer alleged in the suit tha Allen had told him that ledera indictments pending again 3aer were of a "political in hire" and that if Bumpers w elected governor he (Bumpers would quash the actions. Gaer said he lent $2,000 to tl: Bumpers campaign but not fo the reasons suggested by Alle He contended that he never ha been reimbursed. Bumpers termed the suit tl "most ridiculous allegation that he had ever heard an said that he didn't know Gaer The government had co tended in 1970 that Gaer, own of the Ozark Coonhound Ke nels, had shipped dogs whic were ill when received by cu tomers or did not hunt prope ly. Gaer later pleaded guilty one of the 22 charges and wi placed on probation. Nmihwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., JuTy 3, 1974 '9\ FAYETTEVILLE, A R K A N S A S · Top Scores In Firs! Round Of Ozarks Rodeo Announced SPRIN'GDALE -- with the rsl "go-round" of competition ompletcd for barrel racing, leer wrestling, calf roping and addlobronc riding, contestants i the 197-1 Rodeo of the Ozarks re now iii the midst of the econd "go-round." Top score in the first go- ound of barrel racing belongs o DeLyssa Trotter of Midwest 3ity, Okla., with a time of 17.28 econrls. Second place i n - b a r r e l acing went to Shanna Bush of Mason, Texas, with her time of 7.42 seconds. Sandy Anderson if Kingwood. Okla., claimed hird place with a time of 17.51 seconds. In the steer wrestling event -- also known as bulldogging --· Tommy Comgs of Chccota. Okla., captured first place using only 4.3 seconds to rope and down his steer. Seconc and bareback riding events, lest time was made by Carlo? Bartholomew of Springdale with 4.7 seconds. Lynn Hewitt of Yale, Okla. .inied at G seconds, earned thirc place. Best calf roping times were performed by Doyne Cook o Carnegie. 8.9 seconds; Joe Low ranee of Dublin, Texas, 9.6 seconds; and Gregg Windhan of Rush Springs, Okla., D.8 seconds. Saddlebronc riding scores were not available this mor ning. Nor were the names o top contenders in the bull riding and bareback riding events Bull riding and bareback riding are events which have only oni go-round during the four day of competition. The rodeo scorekeeper, .Mrs Una Beuller, was not availabl Tuesday afternoon or Wee nesday morning. Complete cores for Monday and Tuesday ight performances have not ecu posted at the rodeo office. Performances will continue at p.m. nightly through Thursay in Parsons Stadium. A parade beginning at the stadi- nn and continuing down Emma Avenue will be at 3 p.m. held Thursday Charges Dropped Charges of grand larceny against Jerry Nofire, 40. Evansville; Monroe Eagle, 21, Stil- wcll. Okla.; Harry Sawney,; 19. Slilwell; and David Lie Gonzalis 20, Stilwell: were dropped Tuesday in Washington Circuit Court. ' . . . All four were accused in.the theft of chicken and eggs belonging ·' to George's Feed Company on April 12. Robert Swake, 36, Slilwell, accused with the four, was found guilty Monday of grand larceny by a Washington Circuit Court jury and sentenced to' one year in the state penitentiary. 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