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October 24, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Geese Glide Four geese fly through an early morning haze at the Horlcon Marsh in Wisconsin. (AP Wirephoto) Today In History By The Associated Press Today is Thursday, Oct. 24, the 297th day of 1974. There are .68 days left in the year-. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1945, the United Nations Charter went into force as the Soviet Union became the 29th nation to ratify it. On this date -In 1603, James I was proclaimed King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland. In 1648, the Peace of Westphalia ended the Thirty Years War. European nations reeog nlzed the independence of the Netherlands. · In 1795, Poland was parti tloned by Prussia, Austria and Russia. In 1861, the first telegrams ,, were sent across the Unitec . States. In 1929, prices collapsed on the New York Stock exchange. In 1952, presidential candi date Dwight Eisenhower said he would go to Korea to end tb Korean War if elected. Ten years ago: The Olympics In Tokyo wound up with the U.S. winning the greatest number of gold medals, 36. Five years ago: Troops in .Lebanon clashed with demonstrators supporting anti-Israel guerrillas, and six persons were killed. One year ago: A cease-fire between Israel and Egypt in ; the Yom Kippur war was In ef- * 'feet, but 'some fighting contin- iied. Today's birthday! Former pro football star Y.A. Tittle is 48 years old. ' Thought for today: Though the mills of God grind slowly, yet they grind exceedingly well -- Henry Wadsworfh Longfellow, American poet, 1807-1882. WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Army private who flunked out of helicopter school but managed to steal a chopper and and it on the White House iawn las been released from a hard- abor sentence in a military stockade. The Pentagon said Wednesday that Robert K. Preston, 20, of Panama City, Fla., was "reed after serving two months Helicopter Thief Released Wednesday of a six-month hard-labor term at Ft. Riley, Kan. He was given a general discharge for unsuitability. At his court-martial for the Feb. 17 incident, Preston admitted stealing the helicopter from nearby Ft. Meade, Md. He maintained that the Army had unjustly extended his tour of duty after flunking him out of helicopter flight training. Man Killed LONOKE, Ark. (AP) -- Au thorities said Allen Neal, 4 was found dead of a gunsho wound at his home eight mile north of here Wednesday. A spokesman for the Lonok County sheriff's office sai Neal died of a wound from .38 caliber revolver. He wa found by a member of the fan ily. the spokesman said. ~ What makes CC.andV.O.good is what makes, O.EC. better. Why settle for the six year old Canadian whiskies when you could be enjoying our eight year old. O.F.C. Prime Canadian Whisky. NorifrwMt Arkanta* TIMES, Thun., Oct. 24, 1974 · 3 FAVrrriVILLt, ARKANSAS Bostonians Visit Mixed School System CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -The only similarity between ur school and your school is le blackboard," said one of our Boston high school stu- ents here to take a look at Charlotte's integrated school ystem. "People · just seem to get long," said Bob Messina, a member of the Boston group which arrived late Monday and met with student leaders and chool administrators Tuesday. About 18,000 of Boston's 92,00 public school students are affected by a court-ordered busing program that has been marred by violence and some white student boycotting since schools opened last month. "People (in Boston) were not willing to listen," said Dana Bonsai, committee co-chairman. 'People want to close their minds and not want to understand where the other man came from." A n o t h e r Boston student, Linda Lawsence,' said blacks and whites in her city were afraid of one another because the races had lived apart culturally. ! NEW EXPERIENCE "White people have never dealt with black people and the black people haven't dealt with the whites," she said. "It's a new experience." The Charlotte-Mecklenburg school system has been integrated under a court order that required massive busing. Charlotte students invited the Boston group and arranged for the visit so they could share their experiences. "We're still working at it every day and we don't have any miracle answers," said Charlotte student Dwight Covinglon. 'But what was a new situation for us 10 years ago is a new situation for you now. And we want you to know we've learned a lot about judging anybody, black or white, as'an individual. It just took time." The host students admitted that racial fighting still occurs here, but they said generally the students have accepted desegregation and are trying to make it work. Last week one high school was closed at noon after racial fighting involving nearly 100 blacks and whites. "We haven't really acceptec it fully," said one Charlotte stu dent. "But we've adjusted to il real well." Injury Suit NEWPORT, Ark. (AP) The family o£ Joey Bart Johnson, who lost a leg because of mrns suffered when the school )Us he was on grazed a hang- ng power line above the roadway, has filed a $1.5 million lawsuit in Jackson County Circuit Court. Among the defendants ar« Arkansas Power Light Co. and the driver of the Grubbbs School District bus, R. A. Anschultz. Other defendants are, the Farm Bureau Insurance Co., which insures the district; school Supt. Sidney Kennedy, and Bobby McCoy, president of the Grubbs School Board. The suit alleges that the 'uus driver had noticed the line on the morning of Aug. 29 afli drove into a field to bypass it, hut when the bus was returning that afternoon it ran into the 8,000-volt line.'. Robbed In Park NEW YORK (AP) -- Gilead Tekoah, 16-year-old son of the Israeli ambassador to the United Nations, has been robbed of $28 and some personal papers while riding a bicycle through Central Park. Police said five teenagers attacked Tekiah and threw him down Tuesday, then fled. The victim's father, Yosef Tekoah, lives with his family near the park on Manhattan's Upper West Side. RE-ELECT REPRESENTATIVE CHARLES W. STEWART WHO BELIEVES ACCOMPLISHMENTS ARE MADE BY TEAMWORK Democrat Candidate For Stat» Representative, District 10 Paid for by Joann Stewart Bottled in Canada, 86.8 proof O.EGit'stwoyearsbetteL ei974.S*Bltey OMB teCft.NYC 1 r in Downtown Fayetteville 1O-4-02-30 WATCHES ·me MHaK»tA-nrm ACE WATC* 95.00 LAMES': A. finished one and bracelet. . . . B. Gat eSat, textored case and bracelet. ................ -SWOOO C. Fashion glow brown *ai, pr'sm-cw crystal, florentine finished case and brao** rx t date jet. stainless sJeet, blue dial ................ $ 7S.OO E. 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Ctirononrapfc, automatic. 3O minute time recorder, stop-start button, instant davWate, stainless steel .......... .......... $125.00 US£ OUR CO*rVENI£NT CtteomSflMS: Budget Accounts · Charge Plans tk AecnpK D»i*A»uiuml ·Diners Cfc* · Shoppen Charge *M»ster Owge 'Carte Blanche · America* E*»u» Gordon/ and \\ M . · / ' ! , ' ' / [ , ' / / ' (LAST ONE THIS SEASON) SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26-9 a.m. to 4 p.m. -ON THE SQUARE-- JEWELERS AORTHWCST flRKflllSflS PtftZfl 4201 HIGHWAY 71 HOATH OTHE n sion t s m urn E *OCK * nwe KUf F ' SHOP FOR FRESH FARM PRODUCE, WOODCRAFTS, QUILTS, TERRARIUMS, JEWELRY CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS, TOLE, MILK STOOLS and many, many more. -PLUS CRAFT DEMONSTRATIONS-- · Hot and Cold Cider · Coffee ·Hot Roasted Peanuts · Hot Roasted Apples and Sweet Potatoes · "Live Music" In Cas* of Rain ,Re» Market will be held In building en East Center next to Gardenhire Jewelry Majority Proceeds Donated to Local Cancer Fund Downtown Fayetteville

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