Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 15, 1974 · Page 9
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 15, 1974
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Botany Trial Continues In Pine Bluff PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP Jefferson County Circuit Court Jury is to resume delib orations this morning in the murder trial of Arthur Lee Botany, 25, of Pine Bluff. The jury deliberated two iburs and 25 minutes Wednes day night without reaching 'erdict and, at 11'35 p.m. Judge Randall Williams in structcd the jurors to resum deliberations this morning. Botany was charged with i capital felony in ths Feh. shooting death of K. B. Allen 55, a Pine Bluff shoe store own er. Allen was killed during a; apparent robbery of his store. Botany was the last of thre men to stand trial ;'n the slay ing of Allen. J. C. Bell, 27, of P:ne Blul was convicted in March of capital felony in connectio with the slaying and was sen tenced to life in prison withou parole. ' .- -Timothy Armstrong Jr., 23, Pine Bluff pleaded guilty April to a reduced charge robbery and was sentenced t 21 years. The prosecution has aslted fo the death penalty for Botany. Armstrong testified Tuesda that he drove Bell and Botan to an area near the storo on th afternoon Allen was Killed. Bell testified Wednesday, b' refused to discuss details of tl incident. Capt. John Glover, of the Pin Bluff Police Department les lied that he had .interroBate EclT at Cummins Prison Far and that Bell had toW him th Botany killed Allen. Ruth Gray, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Gray of Fayettcville, Is framed in a halo of light reflected from a Light Patterns flashlight on a recent family camping trip. TIMES photographer Ray Gray shot t h e picture of his younger sister. The light pattern is caused by reflections within (he camera's lens. Bishop Addresses Washington Area Alumni Group Wednesday WASHINGTON (AP) -- Dr. Charles Ei Bishop, the newly appointed president of the University of Arkansas, said here Wednesday night that the primary goal of the UA should be to develop challenging and innovative instructional programs that will be unexcelled. Bishop made the remarks at a meeting of the Arkansas State Society and the Washington U of A Alumni Club! He was introduced by Sen. J. W. I^ulbright, a f o r m e r UA president. ' '. Bishop noted that a smaller percentage of. Arkansas high school graduates go to college compared with youth in other states. He said this illustrated the need to keep higher education within the financial reach , of youth in Arkansas. He also said that was the reason he was firmly committed to the low tuition principle. Bishop said the developmenl of the UA system should not come at the expense of the Fayetteville campus. "Let me assure you that the role of the Fayetteville campus will not be a diminishing one. as the rest of the system devel ops," he said. "It wjll continue to be the system's multi-pur pose campus, which provides extensive programs of teach ing, research and public serv ice." The role of the UA-Liltli Rock campus is to provide de gree programs of a general na ture and programs orientet specifically to the needs of tli urban area of Central Ar kansas, Bishop said. The UA president said tha into everything? put him into $9.98 His reach Is greater than his grasp, the world Is full of wonderful things I Time for Red'Goos* shoes.... to support thoH wobbly steps, for protection, flexibility, fine fit. Iras OOIDEN EOO · urn 01 TV, g*M«MlMCH ( REDOOO3EWOES SHOE TREE Evelyn Hlllt The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week! Health Grant PARAGOULD, Ark'. (AP) The Community Methouist Ho pital at Paragould has receive a 525,000 grant for health ed cation services,' the Memph Regional Medical Advisq Council announced Wednesdaj The council is composed o f ; health : provider?,' communi leaders, and consumers fr6 A r k a n s a s , Kentucky, Te nessee, Mississippi and- M scuri. .Northwest Arfcensai TIMES, Thur*., Aug. IS, 1974, · · 9 EWS WHILE IT IS NEWS IN THE TIMES,--^..~«-- 2 diamonds vyw\, v ." * b lack an ti b,ue accents', USEOUfl CONVENIENT CREDIT TERMS: Budget Accounts · Charge Plans We Accept: BankAmerfcard · Diners Dub · Shoppers Charge ·Master Charge · Carte Blanche · American Expcaa flRKflnsns PIAZA «pl HIGHWAY 71 NOI1TH OTUCR STOR E 5 IN UTTLt ROC K ft NNE VLVfF Shop GOTdofi'i Coait to Ce«l JEWELERS the forseeable future, UALR 11 concentrate on being a mmuter institution. But he id it had a great potential in ult education, continuing edu : tipn and off-campus pro- ams. Bishop said the needs of the ne Bluff campus are of "sub- antial magnitude," but he id he was encouraged by the solution's potential. Bishop so said he was pleased with e appointment of Dr. Herman Smith as UAPB chancellor. Bishop replaces David W. ullins who retired this spring. DIL Hospital Auxiliary Plans General Meet City Hospital will h o l d a eneral meetong of-its members ii Tuesday, Aug., 20, in the iley Wing of the hospital, Tbe meeting will be a lunch- on at 12 noon and Mrs. J. McClelland, president of the uxiliary will preside. Dr. oger Busfield, executive direc- ir of the Arkansas Association Hospitals, will address the leeting. Reservations may he made y contacting Mrs. McClelland t 442-8563. FAMILY WEEKLY-Aug. 18 IN-STORE SAVE 5O% Foam ]Bgd$e{l Antique Satin "Satin Glory" Draperies 48x48 Orig. $12 I Orig. $30 96x84 . ...$1.5 NOW IN PROGRESS! Smart Cooking: A New Steak Treat Yon Can Make in Minutes! "A bottle of borbecne sauce and a fete dill-pickles can. turn plain flank steal: into a xu- met meal." 'FAMILY WEEKLY Food Editor Marijyn 'Hansen shows how to turn low-budget flank steak into a high-table treat. It's simple. All you need is flank steak, barbecue sauce and three whole dill pickles. 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