Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 21, 1974 · Page 6
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August 21, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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JOuxa im Sdoott By HARRY VANDERGRIFF School Superintendent ..Tuition will; be paid for 120 students attending Fayetteville West Campus from area schools in Beriton and Washington county according to information received from the State Department of Education. The tuition money is being made available through .the Comprehensive Employment Training Act. ·The .number of students .that an, area school may send, tuition- free, to West Campus is related to the average daily attendance of each school, compared proportionately' with the'average daily attendance of all schools in the two counties. In order to be eligible to receive this grant the students must be either handicapped or disadvantaged to some degree. Th number of students alloted to each school s as follows: Elkins two, Farming ton three, Fayetteville 26, Greenland three, Lincoln five, Prairie Grove four, Springdale 33, West Fork three, Rogers 21 Bentonville 11 and Siloanc Springs nine. Should a schoo fail to send the alloted number of students, those slots may be transferred to another school. Jim Dasher, director of the Comprehensive Employmen Training Act states that thi program should encourage greater participation from area schools since there is no cos to the home school for sending their students to West Campus. The Fayetteville school sys tem operates West Campus an Area Vocational High School. West Campus is open Clinton Praises Senators For Budget Cuts Bill Clinton of Fayetteville, congressional candidate, Tues day praised Arkansas' two U.S senators for the recent anti-in flationary actions by their Sen ate committees. A subcommitee of the Senal Appropriations Committee, headed by Sen. · John I McClellan, 'recommended cu ting $5.59 billion from the mil tary budget request. "I know Senator McClellan cuts are realistic in view of th ending of the Vietnam War an the troubled state of our econ my," Clinton said. He said tha if the amendments become la they will be the most substai tial contribution to the figh against inflation this year. Clinton also praised Sen. W. Fulbright, whose 'Foreig Relations Committee has 'a proved a $775 million reductio in foreign aid spending. Clinton, the Democratic no Inee for ^the 3rd District, sai "We should not be asking tl taxpayers...to keep on trying buy foreign friends while are pressed. at home ruinious inflation and the co tinuing need to finance proyements in health care, edu cation and other domestic pro grams here at home." any high school student thin commuting distance, and routes can be established th participating schools. Jack Malhis, director of West impiis, says that enrollment expected to-exceed 300 stunts this year. Machine Shop nd Business Occupations cour- s have been added to the rriculum this year. All of the urses offered at West Campus e approved for ! . veterans ider the GI bill and an adult rollment of 40 to 50 adult stu nts is expected. State Prison Physician Resigns CUMMINS- PRISON FARM, Ark." (AP) -- Dr.' George Smi- qy, 54, the first fulltime ph'ysi- cian'-for Arkansas' prisonsrilias resigned effective Aug. 31, a prison official said'Tuesday. .Tim Balls, Correction Department information Officer,-, sale Dr. Smiley submitted his resignation 'about two' weeks ago to Correction Commissioner Terrell Don Hutto. However, Ballz said he didn't know why Dr Smiley resigned. Six persons .have applied for the job, he said. ,' ·TheVphysic'ian's- salary is es tablished by the legislature. Df Smiley was paid'$26,000 annual ly and furnished a car and Hv ing quarters. Baltz said. Ths position is funded up to $37;500. (aldwell To Sign Jones Ouster Journal LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Stale Sen. Jim Caldwell of Rogers, hose signature is needed to make the Senate's ouster of Sen. Guy H. "Mutt" Jones official, said -Tuesday that he would sign the .Senate Journal ;oday in Secretary of Slate Kelly Bryant's office. , The journal includes the record of the ouster which Jones has sued to overturn. B.ryanthas said that he will certify the Senate Journal after Caldwell has signed it and then will notify Gov.:Dale Bumpers that a vacancy exists in Jones' Senate district. Bumpers then could call a special election to fill the vacancy. Lt. Gov. Bob Rilcy, the president of Ihe Senate, and Lee Reaves, the Senate secretary, already have signed the journal. The signature of eilhcr the chairman or vice chairman of the Senate Legislative Affairs Committee also is needed. Caldwell is vice c h a i r m a n of .that committee 1 . Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Aug. 21, 1974 FAYKTTEVIU1.E, ARKANSAS OPEN DAILY 9-10; SUNDAY CLOSED OMMMuAs OPEN DAILY 9-10; CLOSED SUNDAY WED., THURS., FRI., SAT. GRAY SWEAT SHIRTS, PANTS 97 2 Reg. 3.47 Sweat S Just the togs for your jogging and exercising! Long,set-in-sleevesweat shirts and tie-waist pants of fleece-lined cotton. Assorted sizes, SOLD IN OUR SPORTING GOODS DEPARTMENT Reg. 3.97 Sweat Pants TEE SHIRTS GYM SHORTS 1.17 Reg. 1.66 Gray sport tee shirt of cotton-rayon. 1.57 White cotton with comfortable elastic waist.. SWEAT SOCKS SUPPORTERS 97* .»· 77* Reg. 1.27 Wool-nylon. Fit 10-13. 88?Tube Socks* 77? · Flteitzet 7-11 amt 9-15 Reg. 97? Firm support. White. Men's and boys' sizes. SPECTACULAR MID-WAY WIG SHOW Listed below are some of the special buys yours for the taking during Kmarts Wig Shaw. 19 8 19" 14" 14 8 9" 5 ! 8 ! Hwy. 71 B North at Roiling Hills Drive ,in Fayetteville, Arkansas BRIDGET . . Reg. 29.88 SOMETHING SPECIAL . . , Reg. 26.88 CYNTHIA II . . . . . . . Reg. 19.88 HONEYCOMB Reg. 19.88 GRACE FREEDOM . Reg. 11.88 HUMAN HAIR W1GLET . . . . . . . . . . Reg. 7.88 IRIS' DOME WIGLET Reg. 10.88 Aug. 21 thru Aug. 24 ALL WIGS 7.88 to 19.88 on DISCOUNT -- Many our Hair Good Accessories discontinued for this Sale Only. Hwy. 71B, North at Rolling Hills Drive in Fayetteville/Ark. TO OUR CUSTOMERS: Due to the Fantastic response for our BABY BEEF SALE... We are repeating this outstanding Sale to offer our thanks to our many customers. Don't miss these low low prices! Drive out and Save! WE GIVE DOUBLE SH GREEN STAMPS EVERY WEDNESDAY USDA Sirloin Steak Lb. $119 USDA T-Bone Steak Lb. $129 1 USDA Arm Roast 75 USDA Center Cut Chuck Roast u. 65 All Meat Bozo Franks Lb. 59 Arkansas Maid Bacon . . . Bartlett Pears .... Lb. Prune Plums .... 239 USDA Round Steak Lb. 99 WEST FORK Prices in This Ad Effective Thru Aug. 27 WAREHOUSE MARKET .Turn West on Highway 170 at West Fork, Arkansas Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday thru Saturday Open 9 to 7 Sunday CALIFORNIA Head Lettuce Hds. 59 RED Potatoes 10-lb. 69 CRISP GREEN Celery Stalk 25

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