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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurt., Aug. 8. T974 · VAVETTIVILI.I, ARKANSAS Today In History tiramranBiiitiiiiimiBiiraiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiraiiiiiimm By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today Is Thursday, Aug. the 220th day of 1974. There are 145 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1588, British sea forces under Sir Francis Drake destroyed the Spanish served Armada in a battle off the - coast of France. On this date: In 1673, the Dutch recaptured New York and New Jersey from the British. In 1776, John Paul Jones was commissioned a captain in the American Navy. . In 1815, Napoleon Bonaparte sailed for St. Helena to spend the rest of his life in exile. In 1940, in World War II, Germ a ' n y began concentrated bombing of Britain. In 1945, the Soviet Union declared war on Japan, seven days before the Japanese surrendered in World War II. 'In 1963, a gang of masked robbers held up a mail train near Cheddington, Englan and escaped with more than $7 mil- years ago: At the request ot Turkey and Cyprus, the U.N. Security Council convened an emergency night ses- SI. Paul's School To Open August 26 ST. PAUL -- Students from St. Paul School will start the new school term at 8:30 a.m. August 26. David E. Land, superintend- saici lunch will not the first and school will be dismissed at 12 noon. , High school students w i 11 register at the school office on August 19 and August 20. Ninth and tenth grade students will register August 19 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and 11 and 12 graders during the same period on August 20. Land also requests parents of first grade students to notify the school office before August 20 but said that preregistration for grades two through six is not necessary. NEW FACULTY Teachers in the district lion. Ten growing crisis ago: France, sion on .Cyprus. Five years faced with massive losses gold and dollar reserves, devalued the Franc by more than 12 per cent. One year ago: Vice President Spiro Agnew denounced reports that he had taken kickbacks .from government contractors in Maryland as "damned lies." Today's birthdays: Former Supreme Court Justice Arthur Goldberg is 66. Singer Mel Tillis is 42. · begin the new term with a meeting at the school library at 1 p.m. August 22. New faculty members are Robert Miller, high school math; Raymond Gilbrech Jr., English and chemistry; Mrs. C l a i r e Wisman, librarian; Hichard Paul, science and bio- ogy; Miss Donna Kay Sutherin, second grade; Mrs. Patricia Miss home economics and Sherry Munson, special DECA Program Available At FHS Distributive Education is a program at Fayetteville High School, designed to attract young people to careers in marketing, merchandising and management. : ; It .provides students with an opportunity to combine in- school instruction and on-the-job training in retail, wholesale and other distributive operations. Any student enrolled in t h e Distributive Education -instructional program is also eligible for membership in Distributivo Education Clubs of America, (DECA) organized to promote youth activity relating the distributive education. . - DECA chapters are to ; thess students \vhat a civic or_ professional organization .is t o . a group of business men. Chapter ^activities are recognized as a part of the .total educational program because they develop leadership ability, promote professional attitudes and better citizenship and social growth of the 'individual. The instruction and DECA ac tivities constantly emphasize America's system of competition and private enterprise. Charles Pudlas and Mrs. Don Hunnicult will instruct the program this year Pudlas holds a education for grades one .hrough nine. The high school will offer a new course in intensive office practice for juniors and seniors. This, Land said, will involve the use of many modern office machines, such as electronic calculators, dictation-transcription machines, projectors and equipment. Land anticipates a successful future for the program and feels it will provide valuable experience for students. mimcoscope, other office Graham Refuses To Comment ROCHESTER, Minn. (AP) Evangelist Billy Graham, once a frequent visitor to the White House, says he is following /ice President Gerald R. Ford's example and not commenting on President Nixon's latest problems. Graham, .reatment a s - a n out-patient at :he Mayo Clinic. He is suffering 'rom a gum infection'and high blood pressure, but said he was responding well to treatment and plans to leave Rochester this week. is undergoing masters degree in education from the vocational University' of Arkansas and Mrs. Hunnicutt a bachelor of arts degree in a bachelor and vocational education from the same 1 , institution. Interested persons are invited to call the instructors at the high school, 443-3481, extension 34. Cabot Suffers Stroke VICTORIA, B.C. CAP' -- Actor Sebastian-Cabot'has been released from the Hospital after suffering a stroke three weeks ago, a hospital spokesman said. The spokesman said only that the 55-year-old actor, who played the butler on the defunct television series "Family Affair," had recovered sufficiently to be discharged last weekend. Cabot spends his summers al Deep Cove. B.C. FAMILY WEEKLY-Aug. II "CooMwoK"; Great Outdoor Recipes in Boat, Camp or Backyard "You may be en all oliday, bat your, jomitys appetite} aren't! Heres a collection of simple napes that can be turned out quickly so your own leisure time can be at a maximum." Another popular FAMILY WEEKLY Cookbook this week from Food Editor Marilyn Hansen has its emphasis on the outdoors. With her usual attention to price and.avail- ability, Marilyn introduces ten recipes ranging all the way. from Warm-lip Soup (with vodka) to a'dessert of Show-Off Ice-Cream Cones! 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