Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 14, 1974 · Page 15
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August 14, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Aug. 14, 1974 FAVETTEVILLE, ARKANSA* "· . jf \ -;·· MISSING YOUTH, TWO SOUGHT FOR QUESTIONING ; ;. .Cole, left, and composite drawings o/ unidentified men seen with the youth before his dis- ·ppearanr.e lunt Continues For Missing Jonesboro Youth State Police are - continuing ' the search for 19-year-old Patrick David Cole of Jonesboro. according to Sgt. Quimby Johnson- of the Criminal Investiga- r tic* Division, Cole has been missing since June 29. . " : The youth's car was found · about five miles south of Prai- '· rie Grove, near the Sharp Cemetery, on a county road on · the I day he was reported missing, Johnson said. Everyone living in the area oE.,the cemetery has been questioned as well as all known friejids, relatives, associates : and aquainlances of the youth, Johnson said. '. Authorities said they are ! trying to locate two other men seen with Cole just before his ? disappearance in Jonesboro. : Johnson said his 'office has received information that an . associate of Cole's may now be ; living in Little Rock and State 'olice are attempting to locate lim. NO REASON As far as can'.be "determined, fohnson said,' authorities - 'can ind no reason for the youth o come to the Northwest Arcansas area. From all indica- ioiis he knew no-one here. The only solid lead that au- horities have been able to come up with to date is that Cole bought a tank oi gasoline at about 1:30 p.m. June 29, in Jonesboro, Johnson said. A witness in Weiner (near Jonesboro) thinks he may have ·seen Cole in Weiner at about p.m. the afternoon he disappeared. . The youth's car was fount near the cemetery at abpul 10:30 p.m. that same evening by an area resident. Cole is described as a white male, 19 years of age, six fee tall, weighing 155 pounds, wit] hort brown hair and wearin. asses. Cole was seen with the othe vo men in Weiner just .befpr is disappearance. The firs iaii (both are unidentified' ) escribed as a white male is twenties, between five fee even inches and five feet nin nches in height, weighin etween 150 to 200 pounds, wit ong sandy colored hair and ull beard, mustache and side urns. The other man's descrip on is identical to the firs xcept that his hair is dar rown in color with a mustach and sideburns. Anyone having seen, nowing the whereabouts of an f the three are asked. to cqi act Sgt. Johnson at the Was' mgton County Sheriff's Offic r any law enforcement agenc Citizen's Committee Advises Emphasis On Basic Subjects LITTLE ROCK : AP) -- A citizen's committee that takes an Official look at the major public school problems ' every 'two years was advised Tuesday that new emphasis should be "given to raising the quality of teaching in the four basic sab- ',-jects. · ' '· . · ' '··· Professionals in the . state folucation r Department made th»; suggestion to the 45-member 1 advisory council on Public Elementary and Secondary ; Education. . · A 1963 state law requires the appointment of a citizen's com' . mittee to suggest some top-priority goals for the state in el- mentary and secondary education. . The Education Department staff emphasized the need for teachers in English and reading, mathematics, science and ' social studies. A staff memorandum to the committee suggested that Ar. kansas teachers in these basic Wallace Named County Agent James Lee Wallace ot the ilytheville County Extension ervice has been appointed bounty Extension Agent-Staff Chairman for Grant County irector C. A. Viles of the Cooperative Extension Service as announced. His appoint- nent is effective Aug. 19. Wallace was born in Springate and attended school there le received his bachelor ant master 'of science degrees in agriculture at the University o Arkansas at Fayetteville. He is a member of Alpha Beta, agricultural scholastic -fraternity. He joined the Extension Ser rice in January of 1964 as assistant county agent for-North Mississippi County. In · 1967 he was promoted to associate agent and transferred to Crit enden County. In 1972 he was named county Extension agen cotton for Mississippi County and has been giving leadership o cotton production. In Crilten den County he worked in th general agricultural program and gave leadership to entonra ogy and to 4-H and other yout work. He was a member of th Kiwanis Club and served .as president in 1971-72 and vie president from 1969 to 1971-. Wallace , was reared on farm and belonged to 4-H. H the son of Mr. and Mrs Boyce Wallace of Springdal and is married to the forme Jacqueline Boss. The Wallace have a daughter,. Jennifer Lea who is 7-years-old. Window Smashed SPRINGDALE -- A rock wa thrown through the fron window ' of thef^Larry Wilso residence, at 705 Thomas Blvd early today.' Wilson was aslee at the time. Police -found th rock inside the house. Thirty-Day Forecast Northwest Arkansas can expect above normal rainfall and near normal temperatures for the 'next 30 days. Weather maps show the nation's precipitation and temperature look for the rest of August and part of September, according to the National Weather Service. (AP Wire- photo) Mandel Marries ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - Gpy.- .Marvin. Mandel has married Jeanne Blackistone Dpr- sey, ,a half hour .after his'first marriage was formally' dis^ solved by a judge. ' TERMITES? CALL ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL Roaches, Ants, Spiders, etc. COMMERCIAL f. RESIDENTIAL. · 442-7298 Woman Charged In Auto Accident Ida Pauline Smith, 46, of loute 1'was slightly Injured iii two car accident Tuesday fterrioon at the intersection oE ollege Avenue and 19th Streot. ler injuries did not require mergency treatment. B^avetteville police said the accident occurred wh'eri a car driven by Mrs, Zollie M. Doo- litlle, 75, ot Route 8 made a left turn in front of the Northbound Smith car. Mrs. Doolittle was charged with failure to yield the right-of- way. KELLER-JORGENSEN STUDIOS Ballet ·Tap ·Jazz · Pre-School · Acrobatic · Adult REGISTRATION FOR CLASSES AUGUST 15th to 21st CLASSES BEGIN AUGUST 22nd 402 ARKANSAS AVE. or CALL 442-7492 FOR APPOINTMENT OPEN DAILY 9.10, SUNDAY CLOSED WED., THURS., FRL, SAT. subjects were not doing enoug to keep abreast of new know! edge a n d ; techniques in thei fields. It said this was showing up in the continuing - dropout rate and : in the performance level of Arkansas students. The memorandum, said that statistics indicate that students in the basic subject matter areas are functioning at one or more grade levels below the national norm in over-all performance. It said that a recent Ar- iinsns study indicate that half the teachers who completed a standard inventory scored less ·han 60 per cent. " 'the 's'tiidy disclosed that 75 per cent of the Arkansas !Eng- iish teachers lacked courses considered essential for effective teaching. 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