Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 30, 1974 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 30, 1974
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(TIM ESphotiTby'chuck" Cunningham) STUDYING LEGAL PROCEDURES . . . Mary Ram, Donna Kittle and Debbie Davis, students, standing left-right, and Davis Duty and Bill Storey attorney instructors ' TT /or WOMEN On Increase | BOSTON (AP) -- One reason bank robberies are 'on tho rise is that many branches are located in areas where police protection surveillance may be inadequate, says James 0. Newpher, special agent - in- charge of the Boston FBI office. Monday, Sept. 30, 1974 9 3 lota Conclave Discusses Budget Iota Conclave of Kappa appa lola met last Thursday vening in the home of Mrs. Beverly Jones with Mrs. Jo Eddy as co-hostess. E i g h t e e n members were seated at linen covered tables lignlightcd with centerpieces of cut flowers and candles. Mrs. Jo Ann Whitlalch, presi dent, conducted the business meeting. Yearbooks were distributed and Carolyn Thorn pre senled information regarding ;he ·monthly programs. Miss Maxine Chism discussed the budget, and Dr. Jennie Lou Mil ton reported on the Epsilon state b o a r d meeting Sept 7. Mrs. Whitlatch reported 01 the national convention which she attended as a delegate June in Miami Beach, Fla. Household Hint ""··' new ideas for the back-to Legal Secretaries Attend Court The National Association of Legal Secretaries official course for Legal Secretaries is now in its fourth week of classes, sponsored by the Washington County Legal Secretaries Association with the cooperation of the Washington County Bar Association and the University of Arkansas Division of Continuing Education, with classes being held on the University campus. Debbie M. Davis, local chapter president, announced an enrollment of 44 students in the 16 week course which meets Tuesday night for a two hour session. Lecturers are local attorneys, judges and law school faculty members. Topics for the remainder of the course include torts, contracts, real property, uniform commercial code, partnerships and corporate procedure, 1 bankruptcy, wills, trusts relations, criminal law and procedure, civil procedure, social security arid public welfare, zoning, consumer protection, appellate procedure and state and federai courts. Course objectives are to further the knowledge of the experienced legal secretaries, as well as help introduce beginning legal secretaries in law office and court procedures, to make other secretaries aware of the legal secretarial field and to offer a service to the commun- cedures of the-courts. AH secre- program chairman, introduced laries, whether members of the j Mrs. Anna Brown of Springdale local chapter 1 or not, are urged i who gave a travel talk on her to attend Day-in-Court. The visit to the Soviet Union, illus- Hon. Maupin Cummings, Wash- -trating her talk with colored sessions to study firsthand pro- Retired Teachers Hear Travel Talk Washington County Retired Teachers Association held its first meeting of the season last week at the Fayetteville Public Library. J.O. Kelly, president, presided.. Mrs. Nora Bee Lingelbach, ington County Circuit Judge, will be host. Mary Kanz and Sharon Gleason are co-chairmen of the local Day-in-Cpurt program. Debbie M. Davis is president of the local association. Man Shot In Holdup Found Afler Wreck WEST MEMPHIS, Ark. (AP) -- A man shot to death Saturday following a holdup and traffic accident has been identified as Fred New Jr., 35, of Caraway, Deputy Coroner Marvin Thompson of Crittenden County said. Deputy Sheriff Roy Akers of Criltenden County said Sunday night that New was shot in the side with a shotgun and in the neck with a pistol. New's body was found at an accident scene on Interstate 55 and the Jonesboro exit north of Marion following a two-car traffic accident in which both cars left the scene before officers arrived. Sheriff's deputies said one of the cars in the accident slides. Mrs. Brown stressed the grandeur of the Winter Palace in Leningrad and the cathedrals within the Kremlin walls, all of which are now museums open to the public. She told of the jewels, gold figurines, paintings, sculpture and other art treasures on display, and mentioned the excellence of the Russian ballet. The soqial committee, Miss Marie Ptak, Mrs. Georgia Mc- landless and Mrs. Mazelle Fet- :er served homemade cookies, :offee and fresh-picked apples from a table decorated with a red checked tablecloth, a centerpiece of fall flowers, an old slate and schoolbooks printec before 1900. A brief business meeting followed the social hour. Sigma Conclave Gives Scholarship The September meeting of Sigma Conclave, Kappa Kappa Iota, was held last Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Theodora Hallin, vice president, who read a letter from Dr. Charles Oxford of the University of A r k a n s a s commending the conclave on the scholarship given to Miss Kerry George, a student at the University. Plans for activities during the current "year were discussed and three new members were voted into the conclave. F o l l o w i n g t h e business meeting, refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Georgia McCandless. $175. Deputies said their initial investigation showed tyew probably was slain by the men responsible for the holdup and who he may have known. Akers said the investigation was continuing. Handy Help Two large safety pins can be used to untie a knotted shoelace. Catch each side of the knot with a pin. then pull the pins firmly so that the knot comes apart. This simple trick will work on wet shoestrings, too. Slow Bruise QUINCY, Mass. CAP) Some people take a cruise on an ocean liner for their honeymoons. Not Leon and Louise Vaupei -- they spent their 1974 honeymoon cruising through the U.S. in a 1929 Model A Ford. The Vaupels, of Davis Junction, III., slopped in Quincy to see John Quiney Adams' house -- one of many stops they made in their 6,000-mile jaunt. Leon says the couple have never been slopped for speeding. "How can you get a ticket going 40 or 45 miles an hour?" he asked. And the couple say that alter their honeymoon they want to continue on the road -- as a husband and wife truck driver team. Tha TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week! ,~~W, FAYETTEVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE The Year Around School Where You Learn To Earn Attend a 3-Day Real Estate Seminar Oct. 4, 5 and 6 Study for your Real Estate License Now! Call Today For More Information Phone 442-2241 Fayetteville Business College 221 South Locust Licensed by the State Dept. of Education ·*fr~**vfr~~*fr~«»*fr %0/ N *r-~Jl- BIILYE'S MATERNITY SHOP, INC. "Everything for the expectant mother ... and gifts for baby, too." 502 W. Emma Springdale 751-1474 Hrs. 9-5 Mon-Sat. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week Daily Calendar of Events Tonight "Romance and Reality," UA Library, 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 7:30 p.m. International Childbirth Education Association, Arkansas Un ion, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way radio headmiarterji to cfcctranic* line* igyt 520 N. College 443- For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG Z2 E. Center -- 442-4248 City Parking Lot In Rear Tuesday Daughters of Demeter Creative Arts Group, Mrs. M C Kik 9:30 a.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 9:30 a.m. Women's Civic Club Luncheon, First Christian Church, 11:3 n. Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Civitan Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon AAUW, Roberta Fulbright Library, 1:30 p.m. Norfhside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m. Official Study Course for Legal Secretaries, Room 29 Graduate Education Building, 7 p.m. Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary, Central Fire Station 7-3 p.m. NWA Hairdressers Association, Springdale Holiday Inn 7'3 p.m. Letter Carriers, Post Office Buidling, 7:3 Op.m. Board of Directors, City Hall, 7:30 p.m University City Chapter No. 495, OES, Masonic Temple 7-3 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. AI-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p m "The Contrast," UA Theater, 8 p.m. -; · WIIIIIIIIDIlllJllin SPECIAL Thru October Custom Made DRAPERIES Hundreds and hundreds of yards of stock material of the finest drapery fabrics to give you a large selection of tremendous savings! lef 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 faking down and re-tanging. Commercial p or Home FREE Estimates Pick-Up and Delivery HOUSE OF DRAPERIES OF SPRINGDALE Highway 71 North (Behind McPherson's) Phone 751-1320 There were 92 bank holdups In the 12 months ending June 10, 1974, according to Nowpher, who says banks are increasingly building branches "in shopping centers and in outside, rural areas. "It's easy for a bank robber to escape out there," he explains. " ANNOUNCING THE OPENING of SUNSHINE PARLOR Original Arts Crafts Tuesday, October 1 Leather, jewelry, macrame, pottery, paintings, candles, clothing, moss gardens, etc.· 526 W. DICKSON material scrap box IL-UK yuur material scrap nox r brightly colored scraps that nv hr'li:rrl tn trim nli.'n ..m... used to trim plain iiavj Patty Woodard provides a sensational looking coordinate group in a camel colored wool. In this smart group the big top is priced $34.98; the pant $27.98; matching print blouse $16.98 Sizes 5-13 Junior Sportswear Second Floor Toppers Weather or Not Both coats of 100% polyester tailored with lots of top stitching. Left: Full length with pocket detail $57.98 Right: A-tine tent pant coat. $53.98 Sizes 8-18 Better Fashions Scond Floor

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