Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 13, 1974 · Page 34
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, October 13, 1974
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2A Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sunday, Oct. 13, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS PROPOSED RECREATION CENTER . . .at University of Arkansas, presented to legislators Recreation. Plan Unveiled ·j 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 Jn e m b e r s of the stale 'Legislature. · The complex is needed io Jipdate student recreational 'facilities at the University, Iwhich now are outdated and ^unable to handle the growing tuniversily population, according ;to committee chairman Randall ·Oxford of Fayetteville. ' Oxford said the plan grew ;from a student movement last ·j-ear, in which a petition was ;circulated. M o r e than 5,000 ;s I u d e n t signatures were 'Collected in support of a new, Tmnjor recreation complex at ·the University. "· He said the committee was 'formed and began seeking liould include. The committee ook its collected ideas to a ""orl Smith architectural firm, vhich drew preliminary plans 'or the complex. Oxford said preliminary plans jail for a building to accomo- date 1!,ODO persons at an estimated cost of $8 million. With nflation considered as a major actor, total cost of the project may he about $12 million, Jxford said. The complex would include iwimmirfg pools, a general jurpose gymnasium, several basketball courts. handball c o u r t s , classrooms, health suggestions -faculty on from students and what the complex Rockefeller ·; I CONTINUED FROM 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 "Arlhur J. Goldberg, the Ok and the New", a "phony book.' He asked Rep. Peter Rodino D-N.J., chairman of the House Judiciary Committee Friday to hold formal hearings into the circumstances 'publication. surrounding its education and body rooms, a bowling other features. mechaneis alley and "If the costs start to get out of hand, of course we could :ither eliminate 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 will- the Arkansas-Baylor footbal game. Dr. Charles Bishop, president of the University, saic 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. Oxforc said the council may accept the plan as proposed, may amenc the plan slightly or greatly, or may not accept the project a all. "The legislature appropriated no new money for construction Campus Calendar TODAY Arts students exhibit, Arkansas Union Gallery , MONDAY , Arts students exhibit, Arkansas Union Gallery - Civilisation Film Series, "The Hero as Artist;" Muliins Library Visual Aids Aud., 3:30 4:30 p',m. * Agronomy seminar, Dr. John'W.'King'speaks on turfgrass lawn culture, Agri. Rm. 115, 3:30-4:30 p.m. 1 Chemical Engineering seminar, "Ignition of Solids," Dr C M :. Sliepcevish; E338, 3:30 p.m. '.TUESDAY ; Arts students exhibit, Arkansas Union Gallery ·WEDNESDAY '. Arts students exhibit, Arkansas Union Gallery - Civilisation Film Series, "The Hero as Artist;" Muliins Librar Visual Aids Aud., 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 a.m. · Anthropology colloquim, "Hestructering the Profession of Ar-; cheology: III," Hill Hall basement, 3:30 p.m. ;THURSDAY ·' Arts students exhibit, Arkansas Union Hallery x Pep rally for Raozrback-Texas game, Greek Theatre, 6:30 p.rn · Chemistry seminar, "A New Principle Governing the Stabilit ; of Organic Free Radicals," by Tayyaba Hasan; CH14, 11:3 -· a.m. ^FRIDAY * Arts students exhibit, Arkansas Union Gallery Ihe university at alt this tar." Oxford said. "This is a 'eject that is badly needed, light of substandard existing cilities. The student body will e behind it all the way in ying to push the progect irough the Legislature." Jaworski (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) . confident that such of our responsibilities as remain unfulfilled can well be completed under the leadership of another special prosecutor," he told Saxbo. Jaworski recommended Henry S. Uulh, deputy special prosecutor, lo be his successor. Jaworski, a senior partner in a Houston, Tex., law firm that is fourth largest I n ' t h o nation, has never made any secret of his wish to return to Texas as soon as his work was done. Neither the While House or the Justice Department had any immediate comment on Jaworski's resignation. John J. Wiibun, attorney for H.R. Haldeman, former White House staff chief and a defendant in the cover-up trial, called Jaworski "a fine gentleman, He'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. ASU Search For Chief Continuing Presidential Radio JONESBbnO. Ark. (AP) -The scmch for n new president of Arkansas State University is still on. In a board meeting Saturday, he Presidential Search Coni- mitlee recommended a list of six candidates for further consideration. Board Chairman Phillip Hout of Newport told reporters after i marathon executive session 'tiie hoard has taken this list under' advisement. He would not comment when asked if the trustees had decided to interview any candidates other than those on the committee list. He also said he could not say whether n new president would be announce* at the November meeting. Hout also declined to com mcnt when asked if the list in eluded one candidate from ASU. However, last Frjday; he- re minded, a reporter that tht board was not restricted to con sidering the six names on tht committee list. ASU President Carl Reng ha: icxt June. The search for his uccessor has been under way or several months. Before tho board went Into 'xecutlve session, it voted unanimously on two items: --Adoption of a resolution, requested by Dr. Hcng, asking hat the stale Board of Higher Education adhere to its written 'ormula in determining- how much money a state school should receive. CONTINUED FHOM PAGE O-JE) eing suppressed. Wnatever their role, if any, in ie cover-up, each of the de- endants is planning his appeal i the jurors based in part or holly on his relationship to ixon. Jacob Stein, the lawyer tor lenneth W. Parkinson, one of ie two lesser known defend- nts, frequently makes that .atcment although he concedes lat "my client never met lichard Nixon." Another important strategy lenient for both sides is how \'ixon might tell his part of the over-up story. LATER THIS WEEK Sirica is not expected until ate this week to deal with the luestion of whether Nixon's ill icaltii will prevent his testi- ·nony -- or whether the ex- iresident's testimony is re- luired at all. There is a dim :hance that Nixon might he luestioned in California and his astimony videotaped for use in he courtroom. An obviously ill former presi lent testifying in a criminal rial of three of his closest for mer aides is bound to have ome impact on the jurors be- ,'ond the narrow factual'content rf his words. Prosecution sources have ;aid Nixon's testimony, while equired for strictly legal rea ons, may hurt their cause. The r o s e c u t o r s have only eluctantly subpoenaed Nixon o authenticate some of the Vhite House tapes. Some defense lawyers, hope- ul of Nixon's appearance, £re counting on a wellspring of respect many Americans still hold for the presidency itself to vash off on to-the defendants, 'hat, in addition to the picture if Nixon freely moving in and out of the courtroom while the urors sit in judgment of his 'ormer inner circle of advisers, could he devastating to the prosecution. And should Nixon not appear, :he importance of what he 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 he can, Nixon remains on center stage for the final act of the Watergate drama. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE I) pursued it, rammed it, and the Five began running, he said. Wright said two escaped and the other three, armed with sawed-off shotguns, took over the radio station in a burst of gunfire that killed a guard, M.E. Furr, on a downtown announced that he --Formation committee to of a special look into and make recommendations on naming such campus projects as the new football stadium. On the formula resolution, Reng said the state board ha; deviated from the formula for the next biennium. If that de viation is allowed to stand, ASU could lose more than $800,000 in the biennium, he said. The resolution requested thai Gov. Dale Bumpers tell the stale board to figure college nnd university budgets by the formula process. That formula is based on such factors as thi school's enrollment. "They (the state board) liavi retire deviated and have given some street. The elderly man, who was not identified immediately, was undergoing surgery, Wright said. The takeover of WAPX ended after two hours of tense stalemate when the black disc jockey, Alphonzo Dixon, scrambled to freedom. Police said the gunmen bad told Dixon. to go to the door and hold up a mirror so they could watch the officers. When he reached the door, he burst through it to safety. A black secretary in the building, Gloria Gilmer, earlier had 'been lowered lo freedom on a fire ladder at an adjoining building after suffering a bullet wound in Ihe takeover. A spokesman at Jackson Hospital said she was in fair condition. Obituary Hear Today . . . Hear Tomorrow with NOISE BRAKER custom fitted ear plugs Comfort--Retention--Protection When you need ir Where you need ir In: Industry Recreation Transportation For more Information writ* or call NORTHWEST ARKANSAS HEARING AID CENTER 2100 Green Acres Road Fayetteville' Professional Bldg. Fayetreville, Arkansas Phone: 443-4050 ihools more money than they arned," Reng said. He noted that the library re uesl for ASU for the next blcn- ium was cut in halt because ol ie deviation by the 'ooard. The special committee set U|i p look into the naming ol uilding projects will consist o! vo students, two alumni, two acuity members and two rep esentatives of the adminis ration. Years Missing BELGRADE (AP) -- Franc Crctnik, G4, was not flattered when tho Social Security. Service ignored 23 years of his life, thus prevcntng him from obtaining old-age insurance. He was born in 1910, hut a mistake in ndministration registered his 'birth year as 1933. The administration privately confided to him that lie looked a bit older Hum a man In his 40s but explained they had to act on Ihe strength of documents rattier than on personal impressions. _ ·'· M. William Fields CHARTERED LIFE UNDERWRITER SPECTRUM FINANlJAl, SERVICES The Finest in Llfo Insurance Product« KB Itithcock Of (let Building, WO NortS Block 61 Telephone 53-5173 riyetllvlUt, Arluuuu T7IQ DO YOU HAVE A KILLER IN YOUR CAR? WORN OUT MUFFLERS ARE DANGEROUS! An old, leaky muffler exposes you to the dangers ol carbon monoxide poisoning. Protect yourself and your family by having a new, safe mulder inslalled NOW. Our heavy duly mulflers are premium quality, wilh double-wrapped shells, heavy zinc plating, and ftisl-resisllng Interior design. Play It safe. " " STOP IN TODAY FOR A FREE MUFFLER CHECK. EQ OF FAYETTEVILLE Hwy. 71 So. lotus1 SI. 521.5422 PH. 443-3486 1400 M. COLLEGE FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. 72701 Reject Violence WASHINGTON (AP) - President Ford asked the people of Boston Saturday to "reject violence of any kind" in the current flict. City Board To Face Lengthy Agenda Tuesday An ordinance authorizing the $2 million in Act Issuance of *9 industrial revenue bonds for 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 tstep in the Abends, afler issuance of having been , proved by the voters in an Aug. "27 special election by an over- 'whelming margin of almost 13""l. plant and, presumably, employ additional p e r s o n n e l upon completion of the expansion. Also included on the agenda Is an ordinance authorizing a l e a s e Baldwin Fayetteville. agreement and the between City of The sale of the bonds 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 approving the 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 1 office (R-0). Petitioners are 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 Funeral Set Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Nelson's Chapel here for Leonard Kendall, 71, a retired Fayetteville business executive, who died Friday night at a local hospital. JAMES E. CALICO James E. Calico, 76. of Fayetteville died Friday at his home. Born Nov. 18, 1897 at Wesley, the son of Wash arid Lizzie Bailey Calico, he was 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 Eock; one daughter, Mrs. Arvlc Gene George sisters, j'ayetteville Eubanks of doctors decision wish of to the appeal a Planning groups. An ordinance ^^±r J 5 r°= !.£ s^p'sw · foot expansion of the present Founded 1660 212 N. East Are. arHtertlle, Art, 7OT1 FnWIsbed (Jail? and Sands? except January 1, July 4, ThajiVstfivtng and Second Class Postage Paid at Vayttlevllle, Ark. ftlEMBEH ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Prejs Is entitled exclusively lo (he use ror republics- tlon of all local news printed ]n this newspaper as well as all AP news dispatcher RATES Effective October 1. 1373 noma Deliver? Per month by carrier , $3.23 ffngla copy ilally lOc. Sunday 2Se n.S. Hall Zn Washington, Benton, Nfadison Coua- tlei, ArK., Adilr On., ottt.: 6 montbj _. : I TEAR City Box Section Culilde ebov* count'ei: I months _ $ months _^.^ , 16.00 30,00 40,00 i 9.M 18.00 plan for Wal-Mart Properties Inc. for a tract of land near tho 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 School. An ordinance rezoning a 36.61 Commission, which denied the rezoning.) An ordinance rezoning a .9 acre tract of tersection of land at College the in- Avenue and Rock Street. The petitioner, Charles E, Barrett, requests that the tract be rezoned from R-2 lo R-0 and central commercial (C-3). The Commission approved a rezoning to R-0 for the entire tract at its Oct. 8 AsbeJl'meeting. Award acre tract of land on Mor- ningsidc Drive near Pump Station Road from low density residential (R-l) to medium density residential (R-2) and heavy commercial and light industrial (I-I). The petitioners are James 0. Witt Jr. and Loris Stanton.. An ordinance rezoning a 21.33 acre tract of land on east 15th Street from R-l to I-I. The petioner is J. Bernard Dresselhaus. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! If you cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONE 412-8W2 Daily 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 t.m. of conlracls for Ihe purchase of 12 new police cars and one car for the f i r e department. of Springdale; ' two Mrs. Mae Todd of and Mrs. Himtsville; Ora four on fr People Helping People Directors ol mrk Funeral Service U£f Services: PLEMONS, Carter M,-Monday, ]0:00 a.m. Chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home. Rev. Walter Jewer officiating, assisted by Rev. Harold Dunham Interment, Farmington Cemetery. KENDALL, L«n»ard *. _ Monday, 2:00 p.m. Chapel ot Nelson's Funeral Home. Dr. Joel Cooper officiating. Interment, Fall-view Memorial Gar- CALtcO, James E, -Arrangement pending. grandchildren and one great- grandchild. Funeral services will be a 2 p.m. Monday at the Buckeye Baptist Church with burial in Ihe Buckeye Cemetery under Ihe direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. MRS. MONTEZ FERNANDEI Springdale--Mrs. M o n t e Fernandez, 60, of Madrid, Spar died Wednesday a t M a d r i d Born June 29, 1914 a Springdale, the daughter of F M. (Marion) and Willie Brya Lin d ley, she was the owner o a Madrid gift shop. She is survived by he husband, Juan Fernandez of thi h o m e ; her mother o Springdale: one son, Herbert one brother, Lester Lindley o Corpus Christi, Tex.; tw sisters, Mrs. Theressa Scare of Calgary. Canada and Mrs James Duke of Sumter, S.C. four step-children and si grandchildren. Funeral service will be a 10 a.m. Wednesday at Sisci Funeral Chapel with burial i the Friendship Cemetery. Funerals Carter M. Plemons; 10 a.m Mondaly; Nelson's Funera Chapel: 'burial in Farrningtoi Cemetery. Wooden Car TAMPA, Fla. 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