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Northwest Arkanwj TIMES, Won., Sept. 30, 1974 · PAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Weather Outlook This !s (he 30-day outlook for K u r e a u. 'precipitation and temperature Chart) 'according to the U.S. Weather (AP Wircphoto Physician Honored For Aerobics Study TULSA, Okla. (AP) -- Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper, first to come up with the aerobics concept of physical fitness, received an honorary doclor of science, degree Sunday from Oral Roberts University. It was conferred as the school dedicated a $2 million building in his honor and bearing his name. Dr. Cooper received it for work as a physician, author and founder of the Aerobics Researcii U n i. t in Dallas. At the same time officials disclosed lhat Oral Roberts University will join Southern Methodist University, Harding College of Arkansas and the In- Today In History By THE ASSOCIATE!) PRESS Today is Monday, Sept. 30 the 273rd clay of 1974. There are 92 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: ' On this date in 1954, the firs atomic-powered vessel, the sub marine, "Nautilus," -was com missioned by the U.S. Navy. On this dale -In 1787., the sailing ship "Co lumbia" left Boston on the firs voyage round the world by an American ship. In 1846, ether was used for the first time as an anesthetic Reagan To Campaign For Judy Petty LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Re- lublicnn Gov. Ronald Reagan if California arrives here today o campaign for congressional andidate Judy Petty of Little Rock. - . I Mrs. Petty, a Republican, opposes Rep. Wilbur D. Mills, D- Ark. Reagan campaigned at Ama- 'illo, Tex., Sunday for Rep. Bob Price, R-Tex. The stops are part or an eight-stale,' five-day tour by Reagan to appear on behalf of various candidates. The lour is similar to what Reagan has said he will do after leaving of"ice early next year. He says le will give speeches on his po- itical philosophy and boost candidates with whom he agrees. Reagan says the speeches! and tours are not intended to. build support for a possible presidential candidacy. j Mrs. Petty said she is pleased that Reagan decided to campaign for her. She said his record of lax reform prooves "that, with the proper commitment and dedication, inflation, high taxes arid wasteful government spending can be reversed." Jones Censors Federal Spending For Education tututc for Aerobics Researc UTTLE RO CK (AP) - John an 11-year joint research Harris Jones, the Republican irogram. The institutions will try to de- ermine what are the long- ange effects of a four-year, re- uired, aerobics-orienled. phys- cal education-program for col- cge men and women. Aerobics places emphasis on nlarging the lung, heart and lood vessel capacity of the body through exercises such as wimming, r u n n i n g a n d eyeing. Dr. Cooper said recent re- »earch has shown a program of aerobics has shown a program a e r o b i c s h a s resulted i n Irops in cholesterol level, percentage fat, blood pressure, weight and heat rate. ' T h e research program planned here will add great im- iclus lo the whole field of phys- cal fitness," he told newsmen. "It is the most outstanding project of this type. There is no other facility arid no other program like the one you have .icre.'" Work began on the aerobics center in 1972. by a Boston liam Morton. dentist, Dr. Wil-i In 1882, the first hydroelectric power station in the United Slates was opened at Applcton, Wis. In 1938, at a meeting in Munich, Germany, British and French leaders agreed lo Nazi G e r m a n y ' s annexation o f Czechoslovakia's Sudetenland. In 1946, an international military tribunal in Nuremberg, Germany, found 22 top German Nazi leaders guilty of war crimes. .Eleven were sentenced to death. Cold Air Spreads Across Central States By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cold air spread across the northern Great Plains and Mississippi Valley early today, sending temperatures to n e a r freezing marks over much of the area. But the National Weather Service said the latest cold snap would be shortlived, with rapid warming expected in the affected areas by Wednesday. Late last week a similar cold snap killed much of the corn and soybeans in the Northern Plains and Mississippi Valley.- Early morning temperatures ranged from 19 degrees at Will- islon, N.D., to 87 at Blylhe, Calif. candidate for the United States ienate. says education is the irimary responsibility of the tates and Arkansas educators should not expect him to seek arge doses of federal funds to inance education efforts. Jones, who opposes Gov. Dale Bumpers, the Democratic sena- .orial nominee, made the remarks in a speech to the Ar ·cansas Political Action Com' mittee for Education Saturday. Jones, a Pine Bluff banker, said the federal governmenl does not have the $40 billion a i year to pay for school aid. The Duly way that could be done, Jones said, is for the government to print more money and, thus, increase inflation. "We are in an economic crisis brought on by the spending and expansion of federal government sponsored by liberal Democrats," Jones contended. He said BUmpers had agreed to support the educators' goal of one-third of the cost of education to be paid by the federal government. Meanwhile Saturday, the state Republican Executive Committee decided to seek financial support for Jones 1 ca- paign from the Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee in Washington. Bill Valentine, executive director of the state Republican party, said no specific amount of money was requested. He said Jones had not received any funds from the committee for his senatorial race yet. Valentine said Judy Petty of Little Rock had received funds from the Republican Congressional Campaign Committee for her race against Rep. Wilbur D. Mills, D-Ark. Valentine said did not know how much Irs. Petty had received. In 1955, the French delegation! Light snow fell in northern - - lo the U.N. General Assembly walked out after the Assembly voted to take up the question of unrest in Algeria. Ten years ago: In southeastern India, a rain-swollen reservoir burst, sending a wall of water through the town of Machcria and leaving an estimated death loll of 36. Five years ago: A wilhdraw- al of U.S. forces from Southeast Asia gained momentum with the announced wilhdrawal of 6,000 troops from Thailand and the departure of 1,000 more Marines from Vietnam. One year ago: West German "Minnesota and rain was reported in upper Michigan, central Vew York and northern new England. ·Chancellor Willy short a visit lo Brandt cut the United Stales to return to Bonn lo deal wilh domestic controversies. Today's birthdays: Writer Truman Capote is 50. Singer Johnny. Mathis is 39. Actress Deborah Kcrr is 53. Thought for today: More things are wrought by prayer than this world dreams of -Lord Alfred Tennyson, English poel, 1809-1892. itical controversy, -Jousc source says. Weekend Accidents Claim One Life HELENA, Ark. (AP) - Vandy Lea Johnson, 23, of Lexa was Ihe sole traffic fatality vie- tim in Arkansas this weekend. Trooper Mike Hopkins of the State Police said Johnson was killed Saturday night when the car Johnson was driving Iriet to pass another car and struck a third vehicle head-on. The accident occurred on Ar kansas 85 about one-half mil ioulh of the U.S. 49 and Ar kansas 85 junction County. in Phillips Nixon Offers To 'Return' Pardon WASHINGTON (AP) -- Former President Richard M. Nixon offered to return the blanket lardon granted by President ?ord after it touched off a po- a White Howevei .he offer wasn't regarded seriously. The offer was "not a forma egai offer to turn back the par- Ion because I don't think :hcre's any legal way to do that," the source said Sunday night. Instead, he said, Nixon's .tatcmcnt was "a sort of casU' al, off-handed, figurative state ment mentioned out of polite ness." The sources said Nixon began a telephone conversation with Ford on Sept. 17 by saying he was sorry about the trouble the pardon had caused and wouk send it back if that would help Ford didn'C take it as a serious offer, the source added. Aflcr discussing the pardon Ford and Nixon talked abou foreign affairs, the SALT talk and Secretary of Slate Henry A'. Kissinger, the source added. Ford granted Iho pardon Sepl. 8, a month after Nixon': resignation, for any crimes thi former President may havi committed against Ihl Unilei Slates while in the Whit House. Fulbright To Address Secretaries LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Sen. W. Fulbright, D-Ark., is to ddress a regional seminar of he Little Rock chapter of Ex- culives' Secretaries, Inc., Sat- ·day night. Fulbright, defeated in the Democratic party primary by ov. Dale Bumpers, ends his 0-year Senate career in January. Fulbright is chairman f the Senate Foreign Relations ·ommittee. Representatives from several states including Alabama, Colo- ado, Louisiana, North Caro- ina, Tennessee and Texas are ixpected lo altend the confer- !nce. The three-day meeting is eing called "Motivation Education Stimulation Informa ion." Primaries Endorsed NORTH LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A suggestion that political larties in Arkansas hold presidential primaries to select dele- atcs lo national conventions las been endorsed by the Arcansas Association of Citizens' Immcils. John Norman Warnock of C a m d e n, attorney for the roup, said about 20 persons al- :cnded the group's regular monthly meeting Saturday. Have You Read The Letter On Page 7! QUITTING BUSINESS ENTIRE STOCK SHOE SALE It has become necessary to announce that we must quit business at this location. As you probably know, progress on Urban Renewal will soon be taking our building. Therefore, after these many years, we must close-out our stock. Our entire shoe stock must be cleared out. Every pair of shoes and boots must be sold. Drastic price cuts have been made. This is a family affair. If you need footwear for any age, any purpose, now is your opportunity to save. Come in early Wednesday morning. If you are one of the first 100 adults, you will receive gift certificates worth $6.00 in Discounts off the already low, low sale prices. Remember, this is a quitting business sale, and everything must go wall to wall. Closed Mon. and Tues-Doors Open 9:00 A.M. Wednesday, Oct. 2 S 600°° in Gift Certificates To First 100 Adults Entering Our Store Wednesday Morning $6.00 IN CERTIFICATES TO EACH OF THE FIRST 100 ADULTS TO BE DISCOUNTED OFF THE ALREADY LOW SALE PRICES. WALL TO WALL BARGAINS $ Every Pair Is Sale Priced 50,000 IN STOCK SHOES MUST GO Mens-Womens-Childrens Shoes LANER BROS. SHOES South Side Square Downtown Fayetfeville

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