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October 13, 1974

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2A FAYJH7fW LLE ' A«*»N'«AVii i- '"^.^.,17;-:--· , Oe». 13, 1974 PROPOSED RECREATION CENTER . . .at University o/ /irkansas, presented to legislators Recreation Plan Unveiled T h e Student Recreation Center ' Committee of the Associated Student Government at the University of Arkansas Saturday presented its proposal for a $12 million, four-story student recreation center to iii e m b e r s of the stale legislature. The complex is needed to jprtate student recreational facilities at the University, which now are outdated and unable to handle the growing university population, according o committee chairman Randall Oxford of Fayettcville. Oxford said- the plan grew from a student movement last year;-, in which a petition was circulated. M o ' r e than '5,000 s t u d e n t .signatures, were collected in : support of a new, courts. handball classrooms, health major recreation the University. complex at He ,jSaid the., committee was 'crmed . and ' began seeking suggestions from students and Faculty on what the complex Rockefeller [CONTINUED FftOil PAGE ONE) sincere and unqualified apology for a book derogatory to you that was' published' during our 1970-campaign for governor." Goldberg had called the book, 'Arthur J. Goldberg, the .Old and the New", a "phony, book." 3e asked Rep. Peter .Rodino, D-N:J., chairman of the House Judiciary Committee Friday :to ipld formal : hearings into the circumstances surrounding its publication. should include. The committee took its collected ideas to a Fort Smith architectural f i r m , which drew preliminary plans for the complex. Oxford saitl preliminary plans call tor a building to accomo- datc 14,000 persons at an estimated cost of 58 million. With inflation considered as a major [actor, total cost of the project may be about $12 million, Oxford said. The complex would include swimmin'g pools, a general purpose gymnasium, several basketball c o u r t s , education and body mechancis ruoms, a bowling: alley and other features. · ; "If [lie costs start to get out of hand, of 'course we could either elhninate certain parts of the plan, for instance the bowling alley, or plan to install those parts later to keep the first costs down," Oxford said. Oxford presented the plan to legislators here Saturday for legislators' weekend at the University, corresponding with the Arkansas-Baylor football game. Dr. diaries Bishop, president of the University, said the Board of Trustees have given the recreation center "top priority." The plan now .'goes to the state legislative council, which must then present a project to the legislature at its regular session next January. Oxford said the council may accept the plan as proposed, may amend the plan slightly or greatly, or may not accept the project at ' "The legislature appropriated no ne\y money for construction at the university at all this ear." Oxford said. "This is a noject that is badly needed, 11 light of substandard existing acilities. The student body will ic- behind Tying to CONTINUED FHOM PAGE O.Jl) jeing suppressed. Whatever their role, if any, In he cover-up, each of the defendants is planning his appeal to the jurors based in part or wholly on his 'relationship to ^ixon. Jacob Stein, the lawyer for Kenneth W. Parkinson, one of the two lesser known det'end- ints, frequently makes that statement although he concedes :hat "my client never met Richard Nixon." Another important strategy element for both sides is how Nixon might tell his part of the cover-up story. LATER THIS WEEK Sirica is not expected until late this week to deal with the question.of whether Nixon's ill health will prevent his testi- Campus Calendar TODAY · ' - . . - . ' Arts students exhibit, Arkansas Union Gallery MONDAY Arts students exhibit. Arkansas Union Gallery Civilisation Film Series, "The Hero as Artist' " Visual Aids Aud.y 3:30 4 ; 30 Mullins Library nition of Solids," Dr. C. M. Agronomy seminar, Dr. John Wetting'speaks on lurfgra'ss lawn culture, Agri. Rm. 115, 3:30-4:30 p.m. Chemical Engineering seminar. "Ignitio Sliepcevish; E338, 3:30 p.m. TUESDAY Arts students exhibit, Arkansas Union Gallery WEDNESDAY Arts students exhibit, Arkansas Union Gallery -Civilisation I'ilm Scries,-"The Hero as Artist;" Mullins Library V Visual Aids And., 3:30 4:30 p.m. /John Ciardi, poet, critic, editor translator, will read from his work; Comm. 102, 8:00 p.m. Women's gymnastics invitational meet, Men's Gymnasium, 10:00 aim. Anthropology colloquim, "Restructering the Profession of Archeology: III," Hill Hall basement, 3:30 p.m. .^'THURSDAY 'i ''Arts students exhibit, Arkansas Union Gallery - ·J Pep rally for Raozrback-Texas game, Greek Theatre, 6:30 p.m. . . Chemistry seminar, "A New Principle Governing the Stability '*. '· of. Organic Free Radicals," by Tayyata Hasan; CHlf, 11:30 ; jj a.m. 5 FRIDAY · · Arts students'exhibit, Arkansas Union Gallery Jaworski (CONTINUED FROM PACE 1) confident t h a t such or our responsibilities ns remain unfulfilled cnn well be completed under ttic leadership of nnolhcr special, prosecutor," he told Saxbe. Jaworski recommended Hcn- .' S, Until, deputy special prosecutor, to be his successor. Jaworski, a sctiior partner- In n Houston, Tex., lew firm that is fourth largest in the nation, lias never made miy secret of bis wish to return to Texas soon as his work \vas done. Neither the White House or the Justice Department had any immediate comment on Jaworski's resignation. John J. Wilson, attorney for II.II. Haldeman, former White House staff chief and a defendant in the cover-up trial, caller Jaworski "a fine gentleman, lie's a good lawyer. He's always treated us very fairly." Wilson said he doubted Jaworski's departure would have any effect on the cover-up trial. Opening arguments in that case are scheduled for Monday. it all push the the through the Legislature." way in progect mony -- or whether president's tcstim'ony the is Radio (CONTINUED FROM PAGE I) pursued it, rammed it. and thi five began running, he said. Wright said two escaped am the other three, apmed will sawed-off shotguns, took ove the radio station in a burst o gunfire that killed a guard downtown quired at all. There is a dim chance that. Nixon might be questioned in California and his Lestimony videotaped for use in the courtroom. An obviously ill former president testifying in a criminal trial of three of his closest former aides is bound to have some impact on the jurors beyond the narrow factual content of his words. Prosecution sources have said Nixon's testimony, while required for strictly legal reasons, may hurt their cause. The p r o s e c u t o r s have only reluctantly subpoenaed Nixon to authenticate some of the White House tapes. Some defense lawyers, hopeful of Nixon's appearance, are counting on a wcllspring of respect many Americans · still hold for the presidency itself to wash off on to the defendants. That, in addition to the picture of Nixon freely moving in and out of the courtroom while the jurors sit in judgment of his former inner circle of advisers, could be devastating to the prosecution. And should Nixon not appear, the importance of what lie knows will be cited 'by the defendants on appeal as reasons why a possible conviction should be overturned. Despite his pardon and his wish to stay as far from the cover-up trial as lie can, Nixon remains on center stage for the final act of the Watergate drama. M.E, Fun-, street. The elderly man, who wa not identified immediately, wa undergoing surgery, Wrigh said. The takeover of WAPX endei after two hours of tense stale mate when the black disc jock ey, Alphonzo Dixon, scramblei to freedom. Police said the gunmen ha told Dixon to go to the door and hold up a mirror so they caul watch the officers. When h reached the door, he burs through it to safety. A black secretary in th building, Gloria Gilmer, earlic had 'occn lowered : to freedo'rr on a fire ladder at an.adjoinin building after suffering a bulle wound in the takeover. / spokesman at Jackson Hospila said she was in fair condition. Obituary Reject Violence WASHINGTON (AP). -- President Ford asked the people of Boston Saturday to "reject violence of any kind" in the current school desegregation conflict. ASU Search For Chief Continuing JONESHORO, Avk. (AP) --i 'he search for li new president f Arkansas Slate University is till on. In a board meeting Saturday, lie Presidential Search Com- litlee recommended a list of t June. Tlio scnr'ch for his. successor hns hccn tinder way "or several months. Dcfore the board went Into executive session, It voted annniinotisly on two items: --Adoption of a resolution, requested by Dr. Hong, asking bat the stale Doard of Higher [education inlhcrc to its written formula in determining how nuch money a state schoo! should receive. --Formation committee to of · n snccia' look into one ix candidates for f u r t h e r con- idcration. Doard Chairman Phillip Hout [ N e w p o r t told reporters after marathon executive session the board 1ms taken this list inder advisement." lie would not comment when iskcd if (lie trustees bad deified to interview any candl- lates other than those on the committee.list. He also said he could not say whether a new president would be announced at the November meeting. Hout also -declined to com- iicnt when asked if the list included one candidate from ASU. However', last Friday he re- ninded a reporter that the hoard was not restricted to considering the six committee list. ASU President Carl Rcng has announced that he will relire deviated and have given sonr make recommendations naming such campus projects as the new football stadium, On the formula resolution Ileng said the state board lias deviated from the formula for the next bicnnium. If that dc viatibn is allowed to stand, ASU could lose more than $800,000 In the bicnnium, he said. The resolution requested tha Gov. Dale Bumpers .tell .the state board to figure collcg' and' university budgets by the formula process. That formula is based on such factors as th school's enrollment. ' "They (the state board) hav Funeral Set Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Nelson's Chapel here for Leonard Kendall, 71, a retired Fayettcvillc business executive; who died Friday night at a local hospital. City Board To Face Lengthy Agenda Tuesday An ordinance authorizing the Issuance of $2 million in Act fl industrial revenue bonds for the expansion . of the D. H. Baldwin Piano and Organ plant leads off a rather lengthy agenda for the Fayetteville Board of Directors at its regularly scheduled Tuesday meeting. The ordinance Is the final step in the issuance of the bonds, after having been approved by the Voters in an Aug. 27" special election by an overwhelming margin of almost 13: .The sale of the bonds will make possible a 150.000 square foot expansion of the present Jfrrtfjtoest SritanifiKf ftimt FOkttide! 1660 HZ N. Hart AT«. FarelleTllle, Ark, 77101 Published . da]I? ajld Sanda? except January 1, July 4. Thanksgiving and CnrJlhnai. Eoccnd Ctaei Postage " Paid at Vayeltcvlllt, AT». tnarBER ASSOCIATED pnrss · The Associated Press ]a ecLUIed ex- clujlvely to Uie use for republlca- | tlon cf ifl local newi printed In thri 1 newspaper ai well as «TI AP nenj t dispatches. " · '· '. suBSGwrnox lurra EKtcllvB October 1. 1973 ~~ ITonle DellrerT ,,: Per rcontli by carrier . J3.23 ^ Hufle am iMy -Ifc. Sunday !5c · . . . U.S. Mill '. In Wasftlniton, Benton, MldEloa CooA /.·· IJeiv Art* Adilr Co.. Oku.: ' 1 vnin , , S/1M V Clly B« Section ' ^_ woo I Outilde, tbori cOJJiVeii ;· Imontlu _, 10,50 ; ( moolhi -^ 18.00 ·' | YTJ^II 'i M -, Hi, tun, smscRrmoM ') . . MTiaiJC IN ADVANCE plant ana, presumably, employ additional p e r s o n n e l upon completion of the expansion. Also included on the agenda Is ah ordinance authorizing a e a s e agreement between Baldwin and the City of Fayetteville. OTHER ITEMS Other items on the agenda include: An ordinance closing and vacating an alley in Mitchell's Addition. A report from the board's nominating committee regarding vacancies in city advisory groups. An ordinance approving the large scale development (LSD) plan for Wal-Mart Properties Inc. for a tract of land near the intersection of the Hwy. 71 bypass and Hwy. 62. An ordinance approving the LSD plan of the Fayetteville Public School System to construct a library at Asbell School. . An ordinance rczoning a 36,61 acre tract of land on Morningside Drive near Pump Station Road from low density residential (R-l) to m e d i u m density residential (R-2) and heavy commercial and light i n d u s t r i a l (I-I). The petitioners are James 0. Wilt Jr. and Loris Stanton. . An ordinance rezoning a 21.33 acre tract of land on cast 15lh Street from R-l to I-I. The petioner is J. Bernard Drcssel- haus. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! If you -cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONE 442-5J12 Dally 5 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday 3 to 6 p.m. Stud*; 8 to 9:30 i.m. An ordinance rezoning a 30.4 acre tract of land at 649 E. Township Road from R-l to r e s i d e n t a i l office (R-0). Petitioners arc Drs. Tom Coker, Coy Kaylor, Carl Kendrick and Jorge Johnson. (This item may not be considered unless the doctors file an appeal petition with the city clerk by 5 p.m. Monday. The item was included in the agenda in case the JAMES E. CALICO James E. Calico, 7G, of Fayetteville died Friday at his fiome. Horn Nov. 18. 1897 at Wesley, the son of Wash and I-izzie Bailey Calico, he was a member of the Primitive Baptist Church of Mt. Pleasant. Survivors are the widow. Mrs. Artie Mary Calico of the home; two sons, Dennis Calico of Owasso, Okla. and Clifford Calico, of Little Rock; one daughter, Mrs. Arvle Gene of Springdale; two Mrs. Mae "Todd ' of doctors decision wish of to the appeal a Planning Commission, which denied the rezoning.) An ordinance rczoning a .9 acre tract of land at the intersection of College Avenue and Rock Street. The petitioner, Charles E. Barrett, requests that the tract be rezoncd from R-2 to R-0 and central commercial (C-3). The Commission approved a rezoning to Il-O for the entire tract at its Oct. 8 meeting. Award of contracts for (be purchase of 12 new police cars and one car for the fire department. Aon £ People Helping People Directors of rrA Funeral Service **C4 Services: PLEMONS, carter M . -Monday, 10:00 a.m. Chapel of Nelion's Funeral Home, llcv. Wpller Jcwer o f f i c i a t i n g , a.v Blsted by Rev. Harold D u n h a m Interment, Farmlngton Cemetery. K E N D A L L , Lenaird B. -- Mondny, 2:00 p.m. Oiap*l of Nclfton'l Funeral Home. Dr. Joel Cooper o f f i c i a t i n g . Interment, Fslrvlcw Memorial Gar. rlerj. CALICO, Jamci E. -Arrangement* pcnrilnr. George sisters, Fayetteville and Mrs. Ora Eubanks of Huntsville; four grandchildren and one great grandchild. Funeral services will be al 2 p.m. Monday at the Buckeye Baptist Church with burial in ;he Buckeye Cemetery under ;hc direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. MHS. MONTE7, FERNANDEZ Springdale--Mrs. M o n t e ? Fernandez. 60. of Madrid. Spain died Wednesday a t M a d r i d Horn June 2D. 1914. .a Springdale, the daughter of F M. (Marion) and Willie Bryan Lindley, she was the owner o" a Madrid gift shop. She is survived by her husband, .luan Fernandez of the h o m e ; her mother o Sprirgdale: one son, Herbert one brother, Lester Lindley o Corpus Christi. Tex.; tw sisters, Mrs. Theressa Searcy of Calgary, Canada and Mrs James Duke of Sumtcr, S.C. four step-children and si: grandchildren. Funeral service will be a 10 a.m. Wednesday at Sisci Funeral Chapel with burial ii the Friendship Cemetery. Funerals Carter M. Plemnns; 10 a.m Mondaly; Nelson's Funera Chapel; o u r i a l in Farmington Cemetery. Wooden Car TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - Cabi nctmakcr David Hunts starlet out to build a little duno buggy and four years later wound ui with a hnndmadc wooden en Hint cost him $250 in material and $45,000 In lime. Hear Today . . . Hear Tomorrow with NOISE BRAKER custom fitted e^ar plugs Comfort--Retention--Protecljon When you need \t Where you need it In: Industry Recreation Transportation For more information write or call NORTHWEST ARKANSAS HEARING AID CENTER 2100 Green Acres'Rood Fayetteville 1 Professional BIdg. Fayetleville, .Arkansas Phone: 443-4050 chools more nicmcy 'tlinu they irncd," llcng snld. Ho noted that the library re luest for ASU for the next bleii- Uim wns cut In h n l f because of lie (levlntlon by the board. The special committee set up o look into the naming or uildiug projects will consist ol wo students, two nlunuil, two acuity members and two rep csentatives of. the ndmlnls ration. Years Missing BELGRADE ,(AP) -- Crctnlk, , 04. wiis not Nattered when tho Soc|ul Security Service Ignored 23 ycnr.i of his |tfp, thus prcvcntiiK him from obtaining old-ngo Insurance, He was born In 1910, but « mistake in iidinlnlslralloiv registered his b i r t h year as 1933. The udminlstration privately confided to him t h a i be looked a bit older t h a n a man In bis ·IDs but explained they had to act on the strength of documents rather than on persdnal i in prcssions. _ ___^ M. William Fields - CHARTERED UTS UNDERWRITER ; SPECTRUM FINANCIAL SERVICES Tha Flnelt In Life Insurance Produota SCO Kilbcock OlllCf Bulldbl, 310 North BI4ik St TWephoriB: 6ZI-517B F«y!llevlll«. ilkJUlSi T7TO DO YOU HAVE A KILLER IN YOUR CAR? WORN OUT MUFFLERS ARE DANGEROUS! An old, leaky mulNcr exposes you to the dangois or carbon monoxide poisoning. 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