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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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14 · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Sept. IS, 1974 rAVETTEVILLE, ATKAM5AS Weather Forecast THE WEATHER Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS - · . . . TT; T _ n...* rull* Hi Lo Pro Otlk 6 5 . 5 6 . . . ' c d y 72 54 . .cdy 89 '55 .03 cdy Sunny skies and mild temperatures are forecast [or most ot middle America, wilh lower temperatures following a cole! front H i n t curves through Hie Great Lukes states and into Iriaho. Rain is forecast for (lie Texas-New Mexico area with warm air in the south. Researchers Study Drug To Cure Cold Albuque Amarillo Asheviile Atlanta · Birmingham Boise j Boston · ' Brownsville Buffalo Charleston Charlotte Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Denver DCS Moines Detroit Fairbanks Fort Worth Green Bay Helena Honolulu Houston Tnd'apolis Jacks'ville Juneau Kansas City Las Vegas Little Rock Los Angeles Louisville Mavquette Memphis Miami Milwaukee Mpls-St. P. New Orleans New York Oklfl. City Omaha Orlando Philad'phia Phoenix Pittsburgh P'tland Ore. P'tland Me. Rapid City Reno Richmond St. Louis Salt Lake San Diego San Fran Seattle Spokane Tampa Washington '86 63 79 57 85 46 74 60 92 74 Slight Increase Reported In . . cdy .. clr .. clr .02 clr . . cdy 70 48 .30 cdy 82 72 2.24 cdy 72 59 .12 cdy .. clr .. clr .75 cdy .. clr ., clr 79 49 .11 cdy 81 57 76 56 77 58 77 49 83 58 65 38 76 70 67 33 73 40 87 71 88 75 74 55 92 72 . . cdy .72 cdy .01 cdy . . cdy . . cdy .01 cdj .. clr cd\ 55 45 .34 cdy 83 56 93 71 80 62 77 62 78* 55 56 30 77 59 85 80 78 46 73 45 88 73 75 64 72 59 83 50 93 73 78 61 100 75 78 59 84 56 67 55 83 50 85 35 77 56 80 58 84 58 72 65 69 53 78 52 84 52 90 78 81 63 .. clr .. clr .. cdy .. cdv .02 clr .. cdy . - criy .. cdy .. clr .. cdy .01 clr .. cdy .. clr .. cdy .. cdy .. cdy .33 cdy .. clr lOl cdy .. cdy .. clr .. cdy .. clr .. clr .. cdy .. cdy .. clr .. clr .. cdy .. cdy Enrollment at the University of Arkansas' Fayeltevillo campus reversed a declining trend this fall, increasing by 35 students to 11,184. Last tall 11,048 students were registered. Overall, enrollment in the University of Arkansas System set a record with 23,665 students, President Charles E. Bis- lop said today. In the fall of 1973 enrollment stood at 22,675. The enrollment includes the 11,184 students at Fuyelteville and a record 6,144 at I he University of Arkansas at Little Rock. The enrollment at UALR represents a 13.7 per cent increase from last year, when 5,395 students were registered at that institution. Of UALR's enrollment, 179 students are taking classes in special off- campus courses. The enrollment at the University Medical Center has declined 10 students, from 1,018 last fall to 1,008 this fall. However, Dr. Bishop pointed out that all ot the classes in all the schools of the Medical Center s h o w an increase. The enrollment is smaller because the School of Pharmacy students now complete their training Program financed by'· '·, the National Science Foundation,' as well, as regular: exte'nsipri courses. Last year,'the off-cain- pus centers attracted 1,027. . ; - . A breakdown;' of the,''enrollment at the KayeUevillc campus shows that 2,657; freshmen are enrolled, compared to 2,594 last fall. The figures also show that.2.356.sophomores are attending classes; the. junior class is the smallest at 1,826, arid there are '2,160 seniors enrolled. Law students account for 448 of the total enrollment; there are 221 special students, and 1,516 pursuing graduate study. Of the 11,184 students on the ayetteville campus. 9,137 are l om Arkansas, and 2,047 are .il-of-slate students. The out-of:ate count includes · 160 slu ents from foreign countries. -- University such as the cold. nfections. Orll^rtLrL/ \.t\r) -- u m v t i o i L j ' of Illinois researchers say an experimental drug significantly increases the body's defenses against the common cold and may be the answer to control of the ailment. The drug, propanediamine, stimulates an increase in the oody's natural production of in- torferon, a chemical that defends the body against viral and some other infections. Because interferon is effective against all viruses, it has been considered promising in the control of respiratory in- J£^llUI!:i, 3UHU tt£ U l e h-ulu. Colds are caused by so many types of viruses that a vaccine against all of them is thought impractical. 'The scientists at the university's medical school in Chicago said they used 39 young volunteers to study the effects of propanediamine. Writing in the New England Journal of Medicine, the scientists said the results of their study make them optimistic that ultimately effective drugs can be developed lor the common cold and other viral respi- l i l L U l y jmiri-i.ivij.T. Aii editorial in the jou points out that the limitatiot use of the drug is that it n bo administered throughout period in which a person m catch a cold. And it notes that the pro tion of rnterferon decre with repeated stimulation. Fifteen subjects in the llh experiment were given the drug via nose drops. Then were exposed to cold -can viruses. They developed either no symptoms or so few that were considered insignifica Verdict Delayed PINF. BLUFF, Ark. (AP) -A Jefferson County Circuit Court jury was scheduled-to resume deliberations today after failing to reach a verdict Tuesday night in the first-degree murder trial of Lonnie Walker, 51, of Pine Bluff. The jury deliberated more than 4% hours Tuesday night. Walker is accused in the July shooting death of Julius Russell, 35, also of Pine Bluff. Russell was shot to death as he sat in his car waiting to carry someone home from a cafe after an altercation inside a cafe. there in two years, instead of three as before, and this is the first term that this has been in effect. At the Medical Center, 471 students are enrolled in the School of Medicine, 144 in the School of Health Related Professions, 154 in the School ol Nursing. 128 in the School ol Pharmacy, and 111 in the Gra duate Division. In addition, seven students in the School ol Medicine also are taking courses in the Graduate Division. At the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, the enrollment is iwn, with 2,007 students reg.stered compared to 2,072 last year. The enrollment a UAPB includes 208 white stu dents this fall, or about 10 pei cent of the total. Registration at the University of Arkansas at Monticello i 1,646 this fall, a decline from 1,713 last year. This year's tola for this institution includes 8 students who are enrolled in ofl campus classes. Enrollment in other units o the System includes: Gradual School of Social Work in Liltl Rock, 117, the same as last fall Graduate Institute of Techno 1 ogy in Little Rock, 110 com pared to 95 last year; the Littl Rock Division of the School o Law, 224, up from 189 in 1973 and 1,225 students who wer taking classes in the Univer s i t y ' s off-campus center throughout the state. These latter figures inclui teachers enrolled in the Unive Bison, Beef Bull Brings TRACY, Calif.UAP) -- The developer of :the '.world's only mown cross bptwee'iva buffalo or Ampricatr'bisbri,'and,, a normal beef animal ·;· says'-: he has sold ' one of.; his ··.. bulls k for · f record $2.5'millloni'i ·',-.··· D.C. Busolo.' 52, whose hybrid irced is called Beefalo, said the' 29-monlh-old bull named Joe's Pride was bought by Alga Holding Lld. J of Canada. Joe's Pride, :which weighed more Ford Plans $20 Billion WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Ford is going to send a list lo'Coifgress later this week ol $20 billion that It has appropriated hut he does not want to spend or proposes to delay, sources report. ' But these so-called impound- Sentence Withheld In Shooting Case Three teenage boys were ,ar- csted by city polite Tuesday rternoon after Herman M. ones reported a mailbox in ront of Mrs. W. H. Jones' home n City Lake Road had been shot with a small caliber rifle. Taken into custody were Dolald H. Spurlock 16, of -114 Vlashburn St., Eddie F. Ash- vorth. 16. of 1220 South West Street and Billy D. Ashworth, 7. of 427 W. llth St. Each was charged with dis- :harging firearms in the city.disturbing the peace and destruction of private property. iddie Ashworth was also char ged with having an expired vehicle license and no driver's li- ense. The three appeared in Fayetteville Municipal Court this Kiorning and Judge Richard Wells withheld sentencing for we year on good behavior. Court costs of $9.25 each were assessed against the three. lario, by truck. · *"*' '"! 6TM'"* will be sifferent from Basolo said he and the buyers Ulc controversial ones praclic- searched livestock records, and er by the Nixon administration, the previous highest price Iheyi Under new legislation, Con- could find was 51)75,000 paid | H1 . cs _ C!(n i^ck these impound- more than two years ago for a ' - French Charolais bull shipped to Canada. He said he quoted the S2.5 million price because he really didn't want to sell the hull." "I couldn't believe it when they called back and accepted," he added. A Beefalo hybrid's bloodline is three-eighths buffalo, three- eighths Charolais and one-quarter Hereford, Basolo said. The advantages of a Beefalo, he explained, are that it gains weight speedily on a diet of just grass, and it produces , lean meat with a higher protein eon- tent. Basolo said the Soviet Union attempted to develop a hybrid similar to the Beefalo, but cattle used in experiments were eaten during World War II. Similar experiments in Canada also were unsuccessful, he said. Twist To Streaking Two young men added a new twist to the college students' streaking craze Tuesday when they tried to streak their way into a University of Arkansa; fraternity. A Fayeltcyille patrolman answering a disturbance call near an apartment complex founc two unidentified males withoul any clothes on. One youth was covered willi shaving cream, and the othei was coaled with a mixture or sity's Mathematics Education corn flakes and maple syrup. 'True Confessions' NEW YORK (AP) -- Ingrid 5 e r g m a n says her con- roverstal and torrid love affair 25 years ago with Italian film lircctor Roberto Rossellini began before she ever met him. In a McCall's- magazine ar- iele, she says, "It all started 3ecause 1 was bored. I had everything a woman could expect n life, but suddenly I realized there was no excitement any more. To keep alive I had to do something.-. . . 1 was exploding nside." That prompted the successful Hollywood atress and wife of Dr. Peter Lindstr'om, to write a love letter to Rossellini,, she says. The letter led to a child by Rosselini while she was sliT married to Lindstrom, a di vorce, a worldwide scandal am a seven-year marriage and two more children. The Swedish actress has beer married to Swedish theatrica producer Lars Schmidt sine 1958. ments if it wishes. And soma /ill even need outright congressional approval. · The impoundments also will he renamed recisions and deferrals to denote their less authoritarian aspect. The sources expect the list will be sent Thursday. Included in the impoundments will be SGOO million from the current fiscal year, with the remainder from future budget years. Sources said there will be few surprises in the list, becausa most of the impoundments were previously announced by the Nixon administration. They will include several billion dollars for construction of ewage treatment plants, high- vay construction funds and unds not spent for various edu- ation programs, it was earned; LIST DISCUSSED President Ford discussed the ist with the bi-partisan Senate eadership at a White Housa dinner Tuesday night. A spokesman at the Office ot vl a n a g e m e n t and Budget, which helped prepare the list, cautioned that the impoundments will not reduce the 1575 'iscal year budget below the original -budget figure of $304 oillion. "They were all contemplated in the budget to begin with." he said; "If any amount of it is not approved by Congress, it would increase the budget. . . ." The Ford administration is expected to send a separate list Lo Congress on proposed new budget cuts for 19V5 to bring the current budget below $300 billion in support of its program to restrain federal spending. On Thursday, Treasury Secretary William E. Simon told the new House Budget Committee's first public hearing that this list will include reductions in some mandatory spending programs, which would require congressional approval. DRIVE OUT and SAVE HEAD LETTUCE $ T-BONE STEAK GROUND I CHUCK BEEF I ROAST ROUND STEAK Red or Golden Delicious SWEET CORN $129 SIRLOIN STEAK Lb. STEAK 99 Lb. ARM ROAST 75 Lb. Old-fashioned SAUSAGE, Ib. 59c CHUCK STEAK 59 Lb. Arkansas Maid BACON, 2 Ibs, $1.69 You'll Find the Lowest Prices Every Day at WEST FORK WAREHOUSE MARKET Turn West on Highway 170 dr West Fork, Arkansas Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday thru Saturday Open V-a.m/to 7 p.m. Sunday i PRICES IN THIS AD EFFECTIVE THRU SEPT. 24th

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