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August 26, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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· Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Mon., Aug. 26, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS munwiiiiniiiiuiiiiHininfl THE WEATHER E/sewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS H I L O P R C O t l k 77 47 .. clr 77 55 .. cdy 77 64 .06 rn 55 49 .02 rn 84 64 . cdy 88 69 . clr 91 70 . cdy 88 45 . cdy Weather Forecast Warm weather is forecast southern tier of states. Cooler Northwest fo the G r e a t Monday for the East and the weather is expected from the Lakes. (AP Wirepholo Map) Evel Knievel Watches Second Skycycle Crash Albany Albu'que Amarillo Anchorage A she vi lie Atlanta Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Charleston Charlotte Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Denver Detroit Duluth Green Bay Helena Honolulu Houston Ind'apolis Jacks'ville Juneau Kansas City Las Vegas Little Rock Los Angeles Marquette Memphis Miami Milwaukee Mpls-St. P. New Orleans New York Okla. City Omaha Orlando . Philad'phia ; Phoenix Pittsburgh P'tland, Ore. P'tland. Me. Rapid City Peno Richmond St. Louis Salt Lake San Diego San Fran Seattle rr.pa Washington ."94-61.' . -76 61 .. cdy 92 73 .01 cdy 78 5! 88 73 83 71 77 70 86 68 80 58 88 55 03 59 .. clr .. cdy .. cdj .. cdy .. cl .. clr . . c d j 70 54 .35 clr 79 63 .. cdy 81 53 90 71 82 74 1.28 rn 81 61 .. cdj 87'.71.15 cdj 51 !9 .24 rn 99 68 104 7fi 95 71 75 G3 75 61 92 74 88 78 75 63 86 64 88 76 86 78 93 68 91 67 9» 73 "83' 70 105' 78' " .; cl 83 65 .16'cd: 89 60 .. cl 77 54 .. cl 92 56 91 47 86 68 .94 ccl 89 71 .. cd 92 57 77 66 60 53 119 53 .. cdj .. cl ..crt' .. cl .34 cdj .. cd" .19 cd; .. cd' .. cl .03 r .. c! .. cd .. cd .42 cd .': cl .. cd cl TWIN FALLS, Idaho (AP) Stuntman Evel Knievel says he won't launch another test sky- cycle across the Snake River before making his promised Sept. 8 jump. Knievel watched on Sunday as the second skycycle tested in the past year plunged to the bottom of the 500foot-deep canyon in southern Idaho. A helicopter later retrieved the craft from the water. The test firing ended when a parachute malfunctioned at about 2.000 feet. The rocket- powered vehicle nosedived into the canyon. "The combined cost of both vehicles which have now gone into the Snake River is almost $500,000," Knievel said. "This makes the Snake River the richest river in the state of Idaho. In fact, there is a rumor that all the trout are turning to gold." The first skycycle landed in tile canyon last November and was not recovered until last month. Sunday's launch came without fanfare or advance warning. A spokesman for the Knievel stunt said a third sky cycle was being completed in Sacramento, Calif. "I feel that under circumstances like this, when you a r e trying to do something that nobody else has attempted, you must have failures to achieve success," said Kneivel. " A n d the third time is the charm. So, there will be no more tests and everything is go for Sept. 8." The Montana daredevil plans to reach 3,000 feet over the 1.500-foot-wide canyon, landing by parachute on the north side. Assigned Air Force S/Sgl. Clayton L. Barnelt has been assigned to duty at Clark Air Force Base in the Philippines as a member of a Pacific Air Force unit. He is a member of the 374th Field Maintenance Squadron and the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Barnett of Springdale. 92 74 37 75 .. cl .. cd ' .. cd .. cl .80 . . c d j Hil-And-Run Victim Identified BERRYVILLE, Ark. (AP) -Vickie "Tawanee" Hogan, 18 of Van Nuys, Calif., was th victim of an apparent hit-am run driver last week, Sheri Dwan Treat of Carroll Count said Sunday night. Treat had withheld the girl identity until her parents, wl were vacationing in England could be contacted. The girl's body was found o a highway six miles west o Berryville early Friday by Da vid Ross of Springdale, a brea company delivery man. She had been living in Ar kansas about a year and wa employed as a waitress at th Eureka Inn at Eureka Springs Pioneer Aviator DeSeversky Dies NEW YORK (AP) - Major lexander T. do Seversky, pio- ccr aviator whose wartime'in- entiohs were instrumental in uoying United States air pow- r in World War II. is dead at 0. De Seversky died Saturday of respiratory ailment at Me- lorial Hospital here. In addition to being a zealous roponent of strategic air pow- r. de Seversky was a major nventor whose work included esign of the P-35 fighter and s modification, the Tliunder- olt. for the project,, President Franklin D. Roosevelt present- d de Sevcrsky with the Medal f Merit -- the highest wartime onor for a civilian. In another major develop- nent, de Seversky worked with 3r. Elmer Sperry Sr. to lay the roundwork for all gyro- copically stabilized flight in- truments, which made the .utomatic pilot possible. De Seversky was born in Titis, Russia, and was introduced o flying by his father, a sportsman-pilot. Graduating from the Military School of Aviation, de "eversky flew his first combat mission for the Russian Impe- ·ial Navy in 1915 and was downed by enemy fire. Although he lost his right leg on the mission, he later re urned to combat to fly another 56 missions, bringing down li aircraft. De Seversky came to the United States in 1918 worked as an aeronautical engi neer and test pilot for the U.S Jovernment. He was natural ized in 1927. In 1921, de Seversky devel oped in-flight fueling technique, and later invented , the - firs ully automatic , synchronou bombsight. The bombsight pat ent produced $50,000 and he formed his first company, Sev ersky Aero Corp. Later he became known a author of "Victory Through Ai Power," subsequently filmei by Walt Disney, which he wroti [o dispel apathy in the face o Nazi strength. At the time'of his death, de Sevcrsky worked daily as president and chairman of the oard of Seversky ronalom Corp. Elec- Dc Seversky l e f t no imme- iate survivors. His wife, Evelyn, died earlier. A Russian Orthodox funeral service was planned Tuesday al "Yank E. Campbell funeral lome here. Hew Weapon ELKHART, Ind. (AP- -prisoner at the city jail here discovered a new weapon. He used a pull tab from soft drink can to cut his wrists. He was taken to the hospital, where he was treated and released to police custody. Narrow Victory NEWPORT, R.I. -- Courageous gained a narrow victory over defending champion Intrepid in the final trial series to choose the U.S. defender for the 1974 America's Cup yacht Three Persons Killed On Stale Roads By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Clifford Dean Ward, 22, of Watts, Okla., was one of three persons who died as a result of Arkansas traffic accidents this veekend. Trooper John Watson of the Itate Police said Ward died Sunday of injuries received Sat-, irday in a one-car accident on U.S. 59 near Siloam Springs. Watson said Ward lost control of the car in a curve. The car overturned, and Ward was thrown from the vehicle. Donald Brewer, 34, of Judsonia was killed early Sunday when his motorcycle ran through the intersection of Arkansas 385 and U.S. 67 and struck a utility poll, Slate Police said. Henry Eugene Foote, IV, of Hamburg' was killed Saturday ^t when he lost control of his car while trying to round a curve near the intersection of U.S. 82 and a Cliicot County road, Trooper J. R. Henson of the State Police said. Henson said the car overturned several times and Foote was thrown from the vehicle. TERMITES ? CALL ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL Roaches, Ants, Spiders, etc. COMMERCIAL t. RESIDENTIAL.' 442-7298 The UNIFORM CENTER Division of Something Extra, Inc. 2720 N. COLLEGE FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. 72TO1 (501)443-4282 We have just received large shipment of: Barco Whittenton Tiffiny RUMMAGE SALE CONTINUES LINCOLN LUMBER CO On The Square in Lincoln, ArK. Mon.-Fri. 7:30-5, Sat. 'Til 12 KAllCX) HOUR"24"DUTY Regular, Half, and Tall Large selection of all sizes: Store Hours: 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Monday - Saturday master charge VOTE FOR BALDWIN EXPANSION TUESDAY, AUGUST 27 THE APPROVAL OF THIS $2,000,000 INDUSTRIAL REVENUE BOND ISSUE WILL PERMIT THE BALDWIN PIANO ORGAN COMPANY TO EXPAND ITS PRODUCTION AND EMPLOYMENT IN FAYETTEVILLE YOUR SUPPORT WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR TAXES WILL NOT CREATE ANY LIABILITY ON THE CITIZEN OR THE CITY BALDWIN WILL ASSUME ALL LIABILITIES OF THE BOND ISSUE AND PAY THE ELECTION COSTS WILL PAY ITS FULL SHARE OF COUNTY CITY AND SCHOOL TAXES VOTE YES FOR MORE JOBS WITH NO TAX LEVY WHERE TO VOTE PRECINCTS 1 * 10 Central F1 re.Station PRECINCTS 2 3 Asbftll School PRECINCTS 4 5 Washington School PRECINCTS 6 7 Root School PRECINCTS-8 9 ·St. Joseph's School -Aibell School:t Hv/y 16 H Center Township Root School Washington / Prospect School Rockwood St. Joseph's School 8 Central Fire Station Hwy 16 E 10 en 01 3 O V* Ad Paid for by R. Dale Chrirty

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