Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 29, 1974 · Page 19
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 19

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, September 29, 1974
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Vines Named Interim Vice President '.: Tho appointmont of C. A. .Vines, director of the Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service, ps interim vice president for agricullui'o of tlic University or "Arkansas WHS approved Friday by llio institution's Board of .Trustees. ,' Vines will assume tem- orarily tile position vacated by as a member Executive Committee the the ,,. .... Association a f Land-Grant Colleges iind State Universities. He Is a former trustee of the National 4-H Club Foundation and a. former chairman of the Board of Trustees of that Foundation. He has assisted in establishing or reorganizing cx- tension services in several pora . Pr. Jqlm W. White Oct. 1 and will serve until a per- jnatient ,.vice president is ap-i foreign countries, and in 1968 pointed. A search committee, spent six weeks in East under the chairmanship of Dr. Pakistan helping that' govern- Charles W. . Oxford, executive rnent nnalyzc ils agricultufal vice president at the UA, program. c u r r e n t l y is seeking In 195-1, Vines was named nominations for vice president Arkansas' "Man of the Year for agricullulre. Vine's rcsigna-, in Agriculture" by thu Pro- Jion from his position as grcssivo farmer magazine. Director of Extension Service His other honors include the will also be effective Oct. 1. Superior Service Award of tlie The board 'also approved thc United States Secretary of Agri- appointment oC Kenneth Bales culture, presented for moder- a s - a c t i n g director ot the Ex- nixing the Arkansas Extension tension Service. Bales lias been Service with rural development associate director of the Service farm and home development' since 1968. and rural community develop- Dr. Charles E. Bishop, U n i - ' m c n l programs. In 1964 he versity president, said thai r e c e i v e d the Distinguished Vines "has exerted strong and' 1 Service Ruby Award of Epsilon c o n s t r u c t i v e leadership Sigma Phi, -..the mitiona throughout his 40 years of scr- honorary society.,.-, for making vice for the University. He " ll 'e mosl outstanding contribu- commands an extensive and tio " lo growth and development, perceptive knowledge of the of (ne Extension Service" that challenges of agriculture and of ve!l1 '. the forces which.give impetus H'STINGIHSHED CITATION j to rural development and Vines r e c e i v e d the progress." . Distinguished A l u m n u s Cilalion Dr. Bishop said also llial thc "' lllc University in l!)(il and I University was fortunate that '" 1!I7(I was inducted inlo Ihe' ,"a man with the vast .experience 1Iil " ° r Distinction at Arkansas and proven leadership abilities Tech. " of Bates would succeed Vines "° is married and has two in the director's post. -i-:i..--.. Vines became the head of the .Extension. Service in 1952, with the title of associate director. ,. ,,,,He was promoted lo director mediately joined the Extension crslly anil also has done ,'i'nduuto work at George Washington University. His first position with tlic Jnivci'sity was as an assistant n agricultural conservation In ?crry County. He was an assis- ant county agent in Yell bounty and a coutny agent in before agent, assisla. in 1952 in 19G8. Bales and Washington Counties . '· becoming a district He was promoted to nil director of the Service 2 and associate director 5. :s has served as a vice ent and president of the sas County Agricultural Agents Association and is n member of Alpha Zeta and Gamma Sigma Delta p r o - fessional societies and Alpha Gamma Uho social fraternity. He has served twice previously as acting director of the Extension Service, when Vines was out of tho country. · ., . " " i « n . uuo I-^VU children and four grandchildren Rates, a native of Watch-on received his bachelor's degree -1)111 11,.. UA i,, 19J17 iinri im- In 1959. A native of Montgomery County, where he was reared on a livestock farm, Vines attended Arkansas Tech at Russellville and graduated from the U of A. PREVIOUS SERVICE During his tenure with the Service. He later earned a degree from the Uni- Bike Robbers PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) ,, u ,, ,, ,. c Tw ° me " held "P a Portland University, he has served as supermar!!et ? nd escaped with assistant county agent, county ?? _ undetermined amount of ·gent, cotton specialist, agro- '.nomisl, district agent and aswistant director of the Service. Vines has served as chairman of the Extension Committee on Organization and Policy, an .important committee of all the Exlension directors in the nation and which directs the policies for thc Extensnon Services. He was a member of ,the subcommittee that developed a scope report selling money by using 10-speed bicycles. They were able to evade arrest by taking a route a pursuing pickup truck could not follow. Cello Transport 1 SAN RAFAEL, Calif. (AP) -Jerry LeClerc of nearby. Tihu- ron, who plays a cello with the forth possible future trends the Extension Service. of Vines has served as both secretary and chairman of the Southern. Exlension Directors and served for two years (1961- Dominican Performing Ensemble, solved the problem, of transporting . his large in- slrnment from Ihe spot where he could park his car lo where the group pracliced, LeClerc. adapted a golf cart for the purpose. i a . a Q] a 1 i l I l LIMITED SALE! Introductory offer! Join Old West Traders Club! 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IHor any reason you arc not salisfied wilh your Introductory Squash Blossom necklace, return Ihe necklace only v;ithin 14 days, and your S161 will be immediately refunded. THE EARRINGS ARE YOURS TO KEEP AS A GIFT FROM THE NAVAJO NATION/OLD WEST TRADERS IMernber. Chamber of Commerce; Bank, referencb--First National Bank of Albuquerque). President' Pleaso send mo one gilt boxed Squash Blossom Nacklaco in £}Kfngman Blue Turquoise, ["^Nevada Green Turquoise,nCoral (RedJ.rJMolher of Pflirl IWhUo). 0 I am enclosing check or monoy ordor for 3181,00 plus 53.50 postage, handling, and Insurance. (Allow 4 weeks delivery.) [^] Charge my BankAmeilcard account Signature FY l Zip Bloodmobile To Visit UA Campus The Red Cross Bloodinbblie ill be at the Student Onion allrooin on the University ot rkansas Campus from 11 a.m. ) 4:30 p.m. Oct. 1-3. Quota for each day is 175 inls, according to Juna Gibson, Northwest Arkansas TIMES. Sun., Seat. 29, 1974 FAVETTCVILLE, ARKANSAS . executive secretary of the Red Oct. 12. Cross. Members of the Arnold Air . · T h e - University's traveling S 9 cict y nnd tne An 8ol Flight trophy will be awarded to the wiu assisl wiUl thc dl ' we ' the ' residential group having greatest percentage of blood donors. Tho trophy will be presented at half-time of the Arkansas-Baylor football game The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week SPECIAL Thru October Custom Made DRAPERIES Hundreds and hundreds of yards of slock material of Ihe finest drapery fabric* to give you a large selection of tremendous savings! let us help save you money with our low overhead and volume buying. Also very finest material in upholstery. All Work Guaranteed. .Also Special Wholesale Prices on Drapery Cleaning, with One Day Service, including raking down and re-hanging. Commercial or Home FREE · Estimates · Pick-Up and Delivery HOUSE OF DRAPERS OFSPRINGDALE Highway 71 North (Behind MePherson's) Phone 751-1320 THE FAYETTEVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE EXTENDS 1 TULATIONS TO THE WINNERS OF THE WASHINGTON COUNTY FAIR JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOW AND SPECIAL GRAND CHAMPION STEER--Owner, Don Farrill; Bidder, Barker Adair, Is' National Bank TO ALL WHO HELPED MAKE THE JUNIOR LIVESTOCK AUCTION ANOTHER SUCCESS: r Auctioneer--Colonel Clyde Weems , Clerks--Wilford Thompson and Wayne Hall - Ring Workers--Bob Pond and Jerry Hinshaw The following individuals and firms who provided $5,855.74 in premium bids:^ RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION STEER-Ovvner, Leann Simmons; Bidder, Lewis Brothers - Campbell-Bell GRAND CHAMPION SHEEP--Owner, Connie Filzgcr- ald; Bidder Wilford Thompson, Farmers Merchants Bank . Advance Floor Company Farmers Merchants Bank First National Bank, Fayeltcville Washington County Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Washington County Farmers Mutual Tornado Insurance Co. Farm Service Cooperative Bank of Lincoln Wesfark Production Credit Assoc. Thc Standard Register Company Federal Land Bank Association Evelyn Hills Association J. C. Penney Company American Savings Loan Assoe. Montgomery Ward First National Bank, Springdale Ozarks Electric Cooperative Corp. Judge Maupin Cunnnings Collier Retail Lewis Bros. - Campbell-Bell, Inc. Rocking Chair Ranch Shipley Banking Company Washington County Sales Company Harp's IGA First Slate Bank Meyer Maine-AnJoii Farms Brennan-Boyd Construction Co. Mcllro/r Bank Bank of Elkins Southwestern Electric Power Co. Gabbard Hereford Ranch Safeway Stores, Inc. Arkansas Western Gas Company McCIinfon Bros. United Farm Agency Washinjllon County Farm Bureau Bonanza Sirlrtn Pit Gibson's Heiney Really Kelley Bros. Lumber Company Ramada Inn Fayetleville Savings Loan Association First Federal Savings Loan Association Kiwanis Sciiuoyab Scarbrough, Lance Bassett McClelland Engineers RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION SHEEP--Owner, Connie Fitzgerald; Bidder, Barker Adair, 1st National Bank Assisting Members of the FayeSteville Chamber of Commerce Agriculture Committee: Walter Losey, Chm. Bob Jenkins Joe Crumpler Barker Adair W. S. Bronson Joe Rodman James Harris Al Graves Carl Rose Jim Herrin Bill Breazeal* Millard Goff GRAND CHAMPION HOG--Owner, VIckiR Blevinsj Bidder, Joyce Cunningham, Washington County Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance Company RESERVE-GRAND CHAMPION HOG--Owner, Ben Rutherford; Birfer, Jud Neighbors, Farm Service Co- 'operative.

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