Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 29, 1974 · Page 7
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 29, 1974
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f'l tf ".nT 1Tr "''W ! ' THE WEATHER Elsewhere Weather Forecast Showers and rain are forecast Tuesday for a Ihrge portion of the mil ion, according to (he National Weutlicr Service. Snou' flurries arc predicted for the higher elevations in thu Ruckles and Inler-nmunlaiii regiun. (AP Wii'uiihutu) Encouraging Children To Be Different Is Not Easy Task CHICAGO (AP) -- The ".Why, Daddy?" and "Why, Mommy?" questions that often stump parents should be encouraged, says a University of Chicago psychiatrist. S u c h questions, asked seemingly endlessly by some children, reflect the kind of inquiring mind essential for a creative, person, says Dr. Lawrence Z. Freedman. He has been studying the creative process.for nearly 30 years. Too.often, parents and teachers do everything they can to rob children of their uniqueness, that which makes them different, which is a key element of · creativity, Freedman said. · Adults praise children for the Local Jaycees Allend Slate Board Meeting Faycllcvillc.Jaycees and Jay cetles were represented at the Arkansas Jaycees fall boarc meeting Oct. 25-27 by Mr. am Mrs. Ronnie Foster, Mr. an Mrs. Nelson Johnson, Mr. am Mrs. John Marioni, Mr. ant Mrs. Bill McKamey, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mountcastle, and Mr and Mrs. Don Watson. The 'meeting was held a Marble Falls resort--convention c e n t e r . Approximately 5 0 Jaycees and their wives fron across the state attended tin convention. John Marinoni, president o the local Jayeecs, received th Tom Ollie Award for out standing "key man" in th state. Nelson Johnson receivci the V. Wancr Marks Award fo outstanding first year Jaycee Fayelteville Jaycees receive second'place in the civic projec competition for their Mode City--Fayetteville project. lings they do which are recog- izable and conventional and or winning contests in accept- blc areas ' of achievement, he aid in a recent interview. Encouraging children to be ifferent is a hard task for par- nls, who feel that they must ircpare them to earn a living, » compete for goods and rec- gnition in life, the psychiatrist aid. Froedman said creativity is n individual, subjective trait, ntl therefore outside the nainstream of accepted ways f doing things. Persons with u n u s u a l l y high Qs are not necessarily the most creative, he said he am other researchers have found vlany of these are limited U conventional thought processes ie said. Extremely high IQs are re atcd more to technical abililj han to creativity, Freedmai said. Those with slightly lower - iut still above-average -- 1Q; nay rely more on intuition, tin lunch, and hit upon dilferen answers, new approaches. Emphasis on careers am professionalism may stymi creative potential because thcj Force the individual to follow logical path with no deviation Freedman sairl. But creativity is not confinec solely to artistic pursuits, lie said, citing the example of the noted scientist Albert Einstein, who came up with revolutionary answers. Einstein, when nsked the formula for his success, is quoted as having replied that he never stopped asking the questions of a child. Bumpers Favors 56 HOT SPRINGS; Ark. AP) -Gov. Dale Bumpers is schcd led to speak in behalf of the roposed . constitutional Amend nent 56 at the opening sessioi f the Arkansas Association o County Judges' annual fal neeting Thursday night. The proposed amendmen vould reorganize county go\ 2rnment by reducing the size o ILiorum courts and removiiu he $5,000 salary limit for coun y officials. Bumpers' speech is to begii at 7:30 p.m at the Lake Ham Iton Holiday inn near here. Ubany Lllm'que imarillo ishcvillc Ulanta Birmingham lismarck loise Boston Brownsville Iharlotte Jhiciifjo Cleveland Jcnver )ctr»il )ululli ''ait'banks Fort Worth Green Bay "ielcna lonoluln louston nd'a])olis Jacks'ville J u n c a u Kansas City Las Vegas Little Kock Los Atlgele.s Louisville Marquelte Memphis Miami ^iilwrtukee Mpls-St. 1'. New York Okla. City Omaha Orlaiulo Philad'phia Phoenix Pittsburgh P'lland, Ore. P'tland, Me. 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Netherlands AP) -- Four armed- convicts cilding 16 persons hostage in le Schevcninyei) penitentiary avc no indication of surrender otlay despite an appeal to give I) by another prisoner they oped would join t h e m , One of the convicts, Palestin- iin hijacker Adnan Ahmad M u r i , made the first threat igainsl the lives of the hos- atfe.s-Monday. But later he and lis accomplices -- an Algerian ml two Dutchmen - released he last of the four children vho were in the chape] when he convicts took it over during a Ma:js Saturday night. The. other three children am: i man and a woman were freer iimday. The wife of one of the wo Dutch convicts was allowet o visit the chapel and reportcc fiat the 14 men and two womer still held Ciiplivc seemed' al case. But one nf the hostages reported by walkie-talkie radio that the two women were undet severe strain. The convict's wife, Guusje di i\ie, was the first person to en ter the chapel since the siegi began. She said the four mei wanted time to review the situ ation. A JusMce Ministry spokes man said he considered the re lease of the fourth child a hope fid development. Nnri, who is 23, made th threat to kill the hostages t force prison officials to let bin talk with another Palestinian Snmi Houssin Tamimah, wh was convicted with him of b jacking a British airliner las March and burning it. Nuri had demanded earlie that Tamimah be allowed t join them in the chapel. Tarn LET'S CUT THE RED TAPE AND GET FAYETTEVILLE MOVING AGAIN RAYMOND D. FOR POSITION 6 FArETTEVILLE BOARD OF DIRECTORS YOUR SUPPORT APPRECIATED General Election November 5, 1974 Paid for by Raymond D. Mitchell Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Tues., Oct. 29, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS iaii. who after his trial was !|uralc(l from Nuri and is re- ivcring from a hunger strike c staged to get transferred to chcveningen, refused to enter ie' chapel. But he talked twice V w a l k i e - t a l k i e with his friend, elling him he was being ·cated well and "didn't know the Palestinian cause would est be served by the sort of ction Nuri had begun." the ustice Ministry spokesman re- ortcd. Tamimah argued that Nuri liould obtain n pledge that iicy would not be separated gain. He said they should then crve out t h e i r five-year sen cnces "and afterward help the 'alestinian cause in a better nd more useful way. The 14 men still held hostage nclude a priest, two prison iuards and 'members of a vol- Church YoulSis To Trick Or Trea! For Food Stems Young people of the Seventh Day Aclvcnlist churches of this rea will canvass homes "iiyctleville for canned ackaged food items to be given ecdy families in Washington bounty. The young people, working nder adult supervision will make the canvass Thursdaj ^veiling instead of the tradi- innal Hallowe'en trick-or-treat 'hey will be identified and will distribute a folder e n t i t l e d , nicer choir irison. from outside the Hand Tools Stolen Earl E. Kindle of West Fork .old Fayctteville police today .hat about SL20 worth of hanc .ools were taken from his ickup truck Monday nigh .vhile it was parked in the 701 bloek of West Dickson Street. Police said a wing 'glass 01 .he driver's side of the pickuj had been forced open. or 'Here , Your Treat Instead if a Trick." The folder explains he philosophy behind the ven- ,ure. The food collected w i l l be made into Thanksgiving baskets vith perishable items supplied by the children church group. The will assist in d i s - Telephone Firm Earnings Are Up LITTLE .ROCK (AP) -- Allied Telephone Co. reported. Monday that its third-quarter earnings were up $109,000 from the corresponding quarter of 1973. The firm's earnings during the 1074 quarter were $769,700. T h e primary earnings w e r e 36 cents per share, up fom 31 cents in 1973, and fully diluted earnings were 34 cents per share, up from 29 cents a year earlier. Telephone revenues for the luarter totaled $6,085,000 compared with $5,162,300 in the hird quarter of the previous year. For the first nine months of the year. Allied's income totaled $2.136,300 compared with $1,889,600 in 1973.' .ributing the baskets at Thanksgiving to families whose names will be obtained from public welfare and other organizations. P e r s o n s not contacted who wish to contribute may do so be railing 521-3745 or 442-5295. EVEREST 4 JENNINGS WHEELCHAIRS FOtDS 70 10" RENTALS It SALES Fayeltevllie Drag £. Side Square 448-7345 53/4% 61/2% We have a savings program and interest rate to meet your needs. Fayerteville Savings Loan Association 301 N. East Avenue I Want To Be Your Full-Time County Treasurer Give me the opportunity, I'll give you my best. JOAN PERRY 3 years experience with county records, 22 years bookkeeping. No outside interests. Your Vote Will Be Appreciated Pol. Ad Paid For by Joan Perry EXPERT WATCH REPAIR SWIFTS 27 North October--National Restaurant Month Tim's Pizza with Schlitz Town Country Restaurant Open 24 Hrs.--7 Days Wk. Hwy. 71 S. (Old Pancake House) 521-8684 RI. 2 Johnion Rd. fay.ltivillt. Ark. BB BAR-B-QUE (3 Blocks Sonfh of Ozark Theater on 71 By Tass) Dining Rooms, Carry-Out, Sandwiches We Cater Large and Small Groups, Too! Ph. 442-9674 11-9 Weekdays, 11-10 p.m. Fri-Sat.-Snn.--Closed Tues. Closed Mon. at 3 p.m. Venesian Inn Hwy. 68 West -- Tonfifown Open 4-9 (Closed Sunday) BankAmerlcnnl -- Mnslcr Charge CHICKEN HOUSE Serving The World's Finest Fried Chicken Hwy. 71 N. Sprlngdale Marty Marys COACHMAN RESTAURANT 3212 N. College Colonial Village Meet your friends ill the COACHMAN RESTAURANT TUES., thru Sat., 5 p.m. til 10 p.m. Sunday, 11 a.m. til 3 p.m. CHINESE DISHES d delicious . . . 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Automatic and pushbutton channel selector. Many other features. Appliances--DILLARD'S--Second Floor AQSJ2 Orig. $29.99 Bean Bag Wet-Look Vinyl Lounger Harvest Sale Savings on sinkahly soft, man sized bean hags for every member of the family. Made of wet look vinyl filled with hundreds of expanded polystrene beads to conform to your position for custom tailored comfort. In red, yellow, lime, orange, black, white and blue. Great in den, living room, bedroom, family room. Draperies--DILLARD'S--Second Floor Mow...Ttsree Convenient Ways To Charge These two popular credit cards plus your Dillard's credit card .. .At All DILLARD'S and DILLARD'S Pfeifer-Blass Stores in Arkansas Open Monday Thru Saturday 10 A.M. Until 9 P.M.

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