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October 10, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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^ Today In History By The Associated Press Today is Thursday, October tenth, the 283rd day of 1974 There are 82 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history; Ruth Haring Returns From Chess Olympics The Women's Chess Olympics remain undecided with a two- round runoff match scheduled between Russia and Rumania teams. The United States team, which included Miss Ruth Haring in her first Olympic competition, finished fourth in the B finals with an overall rank of 14. Their performance w a s marked by difficult games and adjournments and complicated by the unusual preliminary matches and final section of organizations, according to Miss Haring. The Fayetteville player did not see action until after the preliminary matches when the U.S. team had already been placed in the B finals. Playing second board with white pieces she lost a complicated center- counter game iti the match against Israel, but recovered in the next round by winning with the black pieces and a modern defense system against Finland. She reports a highlight of her first chess Olympics was visiting with the Russian team members, all of whom spoke English. These contacts included visiting with Women's World Champion Nona Gaprindushvili, discussions and problein analysis with 20-year old International Master Levitina and with discussions with Russian train- On this dale in 1911, Chinese revolutionaries under Dr. Sun Yat-sen overthrew the Manchu Dynasty in China. On this date- In 680, the grandson of Mohammed was murdered in Iraq. In 1845,'the U.S naval Academy at Annapolis, Md., was opened. In 1913, the waters of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans flowed together in the Panama Canal as the Gamboa Dam was blown up. In 1963, an 873-foot-high dam collapsed near Belluno, Italy, and a flood killed an estimated 1,800 persons. Ten years ago: Hurricane Dora lost its punch in northern Florida after leaving St. Augustine and Jacksonville a chaos ol flood and destruction. Five years ago: President Nixon relieved Lieutenant General Lewis Hershey as director of the Selective Service, a pqsi he had held under six presi dents, One year ago: Spiro Agnew resigned as Vice President un der an agreement with the Jus tice Department to admit eva sion of Federal income taxes but avoid imprisonment. Today's · birthdays: Actress Helen Hayes is 74. Pianist and composer Thelbnious Monk is 56 Thought for today: Better ask ;wice than lose your way one -Danish proverb. er-Grandmasters Gipslis Konstantinopolsky. and Miss Haring has returned to of Arkan- State C o l l e g e sas at Comvay where she is a student. She is training for her next major tournament and is starting chess analysis and preparation for the FIDE Zone 5 matches scheduled for July 1975. The Zonal Tournament is the first of four elimination tournaments in the Women's World Championship cycle. Sheriff! Holder Found Innocent HARRISON, Ark. (AP) -- A .S. District Court jury found herift Billy Joe Holder ot e a r c y County innocent Vednesday ot filing false in- ome tax returns. The jury deliberated (or bout three hours before re- urning the verdict. The trial egan Monday. Holder had been indicted by federal grand jury on charges f understating his income by a otal of about $28,000 between 968 and 1971. Sheriff's Depu'Vs Patrol West Virginia Schools CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- Sheriff's deputies began pa- lolling schools before dawn today, hoping to head off further violence in a textbook protest by fundamentalist ministers and their followers. One school was dynamited before dawn Wednesday, less than 12'hours after a minister was jailed for disobeying a court order against disruptive picketing. The dispatcher at the Ka nawha County sheriff's office said Wedneslay night the office had received s e v e r a l telephoned threats that the jai' would be blown up if the Rev Ezra Graley was not released The dispatcher also said there had been several reports of dynamite being stolen from coal mine: In the area. Meanwhile, other leaders of :he textbook protest vowed to continue their demonstrations against school materials they consider anti-American and un- :hristian. " . Xaviera Wins NEW YORK (AP) -- Xaviera Hollander, the self-styled "Hapy Hooker," has won a court lattle to force the removal of ier name from the title of a ilm she calls hard-core pornog- ·aphy. State Supreme Court Justice Martin B. Stecher of Manhattan {ranted her motion Wednesday 'or an injunction against the iroducers and distributors of j sold more than 6 million copies, describing her life as a madam .he movie, "The Life and Times of Xaviera Hollander." Miss Hollander, whose book claimed the film "is devoid of any events or details of my "We will not lay down and go .0 sleep," the Rev. Marvin Horan told a cheering crowd of about 400 at the state Capitol. 'We won't rest." T h e school dynamiting Wednesday caused damage estimated at $1,000. A fire was set at another school, whore damage also was estimated at $1,000. No injuries were reported at either, school. The two Incidents came after the Rev. Mr. Graley was sentenced to 60 days in jail and fined $1,500. The textbook protesters have staged school boycotts off anc on for the past month. The demonstrations have been mosl effective In rural parts of the county. The books under protest in elude a grade school series en titled "Communicating" am several supplemental readim books for junior and senior higl school pupils. One item singlec out by the protesters was p o e m e n t i t l e d , "Mother Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurj., Oct. 10, 1974 FAYITTEVILLC, ARKANSAS QUINTS ARE DOING WELL stunned by the births, but said BALTIMORE. Md. (AP) -- he thinks five is enough. He 3harles and Karen Rohrer's 2-;said he and his wife have no · 5 day-oil quintuplets are doing veil and may be going home in a month or so, doctors say. Two of the five babies had linor respiratory problems, but their conditions are improv- ng, Dr. Ronald Gutberlet. director of nurseries at the University of Maryland Hospital, said Wednesday night. Gutberlet said the babies' 28- year-old mother may be able to eave the hospital in about a week. Rohrer said he hasn't had much time to think yet about the problems of taking care of a houseful of infants. "I was just concerned about my wife and the babies," he said Wednesday. Rohrer said he was still plans for more children. Rohrer has one child by a previous marriage. There's a Strange Man at the Door." It depicts Jesus as a beggar. COMPLETE LINE Of BUILDING MATERIALS QUALITY MATERIALS at DISCOUNT PRICES BANKAMER1CARD - MASTER CHARGE WELCOME PELIVERY SERVICE ALSO NEW HOMES AVAILABLE IN SEVERAL LOCATIONS 7KELLEY BROTHERS LUMBER ICO. 2401 NORTH GREGG ON Weit Townihip ft North Gregg Phone 442-2351 OPENING NEXT WEEK PAINT 19 Trceha r PRIZES · Free Gifts for Adult* · Exceptional Values · Balloons for Youngsters 2844 North College Health Center To Close Week For Move The Washington County Pub lie Health Center will be closed October 14-18 in o r d e r to move into the new building at 1100 N. Wpolsey. All clinics will be cancelled throughout the county, including Fayetteville. Springdale, Lincoln and Elkins. to enable the staff to complete the move. A normal clinic scheduled is expected to resume October 21. In cases of emergency a nurse will be on c a l l at the old building, 34 W., North St. Campuses (CONTINUED FROM PAGE FOUR) yo»'d have a hard time filling half a stadium." YOU BE THAT AS it may, today's campuses unquestionably are r 'er than those of a few yi.,i's a'go. Direct American involvement in the war is over, the draft has ended, and many of the administrative and curricular reforms that students were demanding have been implemented. One .small but telling symptom of the changed campus mood is the revival of the Yale Prom. Once one of the Ivy League's major social events, the prom died in 1969 from lack of support. It was resurrected last April, however, and proved a rousing success. "Today it doesn't matter if you go to a dance and have a good time," said James Lawrence, the prom chairman. In the not so distant past, that remark would have seemed heretical. CAN $ 250 Plus $100.00 In Bonuses Special "Cookbook": Delicious Country Recipes To Bake, Preserve or Pickle "Everyone loowt country fair redpes taste good. Bat this fall, as prices go up, preserving, pickling atd Jiomchitjng make more sense than ever!" This week FAMILYWEEKLY Food Editor Marilyn Hansen turns her attention to some money-saving baking, preserving and home-pickling recipes. You'll learn how to bake Country Gold Oatmeal Bread and Anadama Batter Bread, as well as how to make Dflly Tomatoes, Cranberry Relish, East India Pineapple Chutney and Red 'n' Orange Plum Jam. For the kids, there are Fair-lime Cookies. You'H save more than pennies! In your copy of the ffartfpnut Arkaitaaa Play "PRIZE WORD PUZZLE" Starting Next SUNDAY in Your Se» Details in Friday, Oct. 11 Inua Of Northwest Ark»nt*« TIMES Ask about our La/away Plan. JCPenney Fisher-Price Dolls Sale 7.99 Jenny Do*. Baby Ann Doll Mary Doll Audrey Doll Natalie Doll Elizabeth Doll Sale 9.89 Cathy Quick Curl. DAY TOY SALE AL L ,OYS, GAMES, DOLLS, AND MORE AT 10% SAVINGS, FRIDAY AND SAT. Castteby 1 Rsher Price*. Sale n.69 G.t. Joe's Trouble Shooter. Sale 12.59 Marx Big Wheel. Snoopy Penc?! Sharpener by Kenner®. Shop MOB., Thurs., Fri., 9-9 Tu«., Wed., Fri. 9-5:30

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