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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Sept. 4, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS Too Cold For Comfort Violinist Oscar Fernandez of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra appears to be praying for a rise in temperature during warninps of a scheduled concert Tuesday. Actually, he is frying In keep his fingers warm. Cold weather cancelled the concert. Musicians have an agreement which stales tliey are not required to play oulsidc it the temperature drops helow 62 degrees. It was 60. (AP Wire- pholo) ILS, Citizen Sentenced To ie In NAHA, Japan (AP) -- A Japanese court today sentenced an American civilian to death for the murder of an American soldier. Court officials said it was the first time since World War II that a Japanese court had given an American the death sentence. The three-judge district court found Samuel L. Patterson, 40, of Lake Charles, La., guilty of the murder of Fvt. Gregory L. Scrivens, 20, of Warren, Ohio, in June 1973. The trial began last Novem- ber, and Patterson now has tw weeks to appeal to a highe court. But his attorney said h did not know whether an appei would he filed. Presiding Judge Tsuneyos Ishida, in summing up the cas before he read the sentenc said evidence and testimon given in the trial proved th Patterson and three Anieric; servicemen killed Scrivei after he told Army criminal i vcstigation division agen about a plot to kidnap and k : an American who was in bus ness in Okinawa. Pilots Encounter LONDON (AP) -- The tw U.S. Air Force pilots who set r.s-AUiir.Uc speed recor have had a little more difficult on solid land. Maj. Jim Sullivan, the pil Tropical Storm. Regains Hurricane Strength Today MERIDA, Mexico (AP) -- ropical storm Carmen was cx- ccted to regain hurricane rength today as it dritted owly westward across the pet) waters ot the Gulf of ampeche between the Yucatan enlnsula and the Mexican lainland. The storm's 175-mile winds 'ere sapped to about 60 miles *r hour as it crossed Yucatan, remained stationary for sev- ral hours on Tuesday just west f Campcche. But forecaster 'aul Ilebert of the National iurricane Center in Miami Saudi Arabia Buys Prefab Townhouses ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) -- An American freighter loaded with 120 prefabricated townhouses and enough plastic, chrome ant ;lass furnishings to fill them is on its way to Tiaf, Saud Arabia. King Faisal ordered the liv ng quarters and their furnish ngs for some of his 3,000-mem her family. Others will go foi nurses quarters at the Kins Faisal Specialist Hospital. Next month, in the shadow o the king's palace, crews o American workmen will as semble the rows of Kingsberry homes made by the Boise Cas cade Corp., bringing middle class America to the Arabian desert. Tile townhouses will hay. wall-to-wall shag carpets, cet: tral air conditioning and built in intercoms and AM-FM'radi systems. The Atlanta office of Bois Cascade and the Atlanta inter or decorating firm of Roderic and Co. helped put together th unconventional business de3 with Saudi Arabia. Ben Roderick, president the decoratirrg company, sa he soon found that the Arab have a penchant for America pop furniture plastic sta ckables, blow-up chairs an knock-down tables. and Maj. Noel Widdiefield, 3: were on their way from Londo to the Farnborough Air Sho\ on Tuesday when their car ra out of gas. They had to be res cued by a passing motorist. The SR71 "Blackbird" sp plane that set the record is th star attraction at the air show. OPEN DAILY 9-9; SUNDAY CLOSED WED., THURS., FRI., SAT. KM100BLACKWALLS 4-FULL-PLY POLYESTER COR' Arkansans In Atlantic City 'Call The Hogs'For Rhonda mmentcd: "It's not a question of wheth- Carmcn will become a hurri- .ne again, it's a matter of nen. The winds are down only about 55-60 miles per hour that's not far from lutrri- aiie standing. A storm becomes a hurricane lien its sustained winds reach 4 m.p.h. Ilenert said if Carmen contin es to move west, it would nex' t another part of the Mexican oast.-But he said it was imnos- ble to yet say when or where lis might occur. He added that officials do not link the storm will affect exas. Carmen did severe damage o the town of Chetumal, on the ast coast of Yucatan, bul no eaths were reported there nland. So far the storm's only eported casualties have been iree persons drowned last r eekend in Jamaica. ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) -- The onions seemed to be on Rhonda Kay Pope's side Tuesday night ,as she represented Arkansas in the annual Miss America parade along Boardwalk. The omens: a windy night much like one in young admirers, 1963, two cheering Meanwhile, the Miami humane center was watching anther disturbance that was in- reasing in strength and threat- ning to become a tropical lorm in the Atlantic Ocean. The tropical depression wa ocated 450 miles west of Bermuda and moving north-north- vest at about 15 m.p.h. It was ixpected to turn north and in- :rease its strength. The hurricane center said the depression's highest sustained vinds were 35 m.p.h. with gusts if gale force mainly north and east of its center. If it continued to strengthen and winds reach more than 3£ m.p.h.. officials said, it would ecome Dolly, the season's ourth tropical storm. Weather warnings were is sued northward from Cape Hat eras, N.C. section, a telegram and a narrow escape from a heavy downpour. "The wind was perfectly terrible," said Miss Arkansas' chaperone, Ann Peyton of West Memphis. "Donna Axum sat with me, and she said it was this bad the night she was in it." Donna Axum, a former Miss Arkansas, was chosen Miss America iti 19G3. Miss Peyton said Miss Ar- .;ansas "just looked beautiful even with the wind blowing as iard as it was in her apricot natte jersey dress with a matching stole. "When the parade was" about half through, it started rain ng," she added. "It jusi ;jourcd, but Rhonda was al ready through. She watched the rest of the parade on television." Miss Arkansas may have es caped the rain, but she didn' escape two young admirers. "Usually the police in Allan tic City keep everyone back on the Boardwalk so they can't ge close to the cars," Miss Peytoi said, "but two little blond-head ed hoys -- about 8 or' 9 -- ran up to the car and kisser. Rhonda's hand and said. 'Oh Miss Arkansas, we know you'ri going to be the next Mis America. We love you.'" The green-eyed beauty, wb is crazy about football in gener al and the Razorbacks in par ticular, had her own cheerin; section as she rode by the are. reserved for chaperones an other state pageant officials. "Everyone in our sectio called the Hogs for Rhonda, Miss Peyton said. Miss Arkansas got a tele- ram Tuesday from Tcrri Dodon, last year's Miss Missouri, liss Doclson, also from Hot prings, wished Miss Arkansas uck, told her to remember to mile "and to give it all you ave," Miss Peyton said. Today, Miss Arkansas is to e interviewed by , the judges nd tonight she will compete in lie evening gown category. She vill he wearing a black mattt crsey 'gpwu with spaghetl tr»ips and a fitted bodice. The iress has a matching stole. Grant Awarded LITTLE ROCK (AP' -- Thi ·aw Enforcement Assistanci Administration has awarded · 772,417 grant to the Arkansa: Jommission on Crime and La\ Enforcement. The grant will enable a tasl "orce ol local, state and federa aw enforcement agencies to in crease its effectiveness, in com atting drug traffic along th Texas and Louisiana borders. I LEARN BASIC OR ADVANCED INCOME TAX PREPARATION Thousands are earning good money a* tax preparers. Enrollment open to men and women of all ages. Job interviews available for best students. 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