Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 7, 1972 · Page 10
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10 · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Mon., Aug. 7, 1972 rAVm-EVILLI, ARKANSAS |« »a*PMW« JMT/blMi WiAfHt* UMiCt Weather Forecast Cooler weather is forecast through tonight ; for mo s t of (he. western half of I h c United States. Warm weather Is exjiected lo continue along Ihe Giilf Coast, in the Carolln- as and in the Southwest, Showers are possible in south- eru Arizona tlie Caroliuas and in the Northeast. (AP \Vire- photo) On Planning Arid Controls Bank Management Seminar Under Way Here A bank management seminar "Profit Planning', and Cost Controls" opened "here Sunday with registration at the Holiday Inn between 1:30 and 5:30 p.m. The only other Sunday.'aclivity , was a meeting of the seminar committee at 3:30 p.m.' / '· ; Today's activities got under Gravelte Plans Annual Barbecue And Homecoming GRAVETTE -- The annu : al homecoming and barbeque will be held here Aug. 12 with an all-day : program, planned .''for :.KindIey Memorial Park by Gravette Jaycees. Activities will :bEgin at 6 a.m. vi\ih a chuckwagoh breakfast at the Methodist Church followec by a pony pull at the higf school bus lot at 10 a.m. anc a parade through downtown streets at 2 p.m. Barbecue chicken dinners wil be served beginning at 3 p.m with other afternoon activities to include a greased pig chase · ajid a pony wagon barrel race i Entertaining from 5:30 -6 p.m will be Slim Andrews an Josephine with the Jaycee Beauty'Pageant swim suit com ' petition set for 6 p.m. A 7:45 'p.m. old timers wil he recognized and the beauty pagent finals are set for 8 p.m. Following the pageant, a western .b^nd will provide frei enterttinment in the park. Throughout the day there wil be displays of antiques down town, according to Clin Poulter. president of the Cham ber of Commerce. The TIMES Is The Best Buy For Your Advertising Dollar! way at 8 a.m. at the Science- "ngineering Auditorium on Ihe 'niversity of Arkansas Campus. . W. Harper, Chairman of the eminar committee presided nd Joseph C. W h i t e of Nev rleans, La. was speaker. At 10 a.m. a get-acquainled offee for women was held at he Holiday Inn followed by ridge games. Children and wives of the ankers were escorted to Hog eaven for a recreation period nd the swimming pool at the pringdale Country Club was pen. ' At 6:30 p.m. today a druni- ick party for families will;be eld at Springdale Country : Ciub nd informal dancing is set for :30;pjj). :.:-· : -'f. · - i ?T ft : .SPEAKERS Van Smith of Tuckerman, will reside at the Tuesday morning ession. Speakers will be fllliam. H. Bowen of L i 111 e .ock, "Bank Taxation and udget Planning," Jack Frost !' Little Hock, ~ "Accrual Ac- ounting," and Maurice (Footit) Brilt of Little Rock, "The mall Business Administration nd Arkansas Banks -- A 'artnership." Thomas B. Hays Jr. of Hope vill preside at the VVednesday ession. A panel disciissio non 'State Legislative Issues"' is et. Moderator will be William I. Kennedy of Pine Bluff 'aneiists will "be Bowen, Max A. Mitcham of Smackover anc s L. Ramsay Jr. of Pine Bluff. Other speakers Wednesday nclude Herschel F. Friday o L i t t l e Rock discussing : 'Government and Municipa 3onds" and Frank Broyles whose topic will be "Razor backs -- 1972." A seminar golf tournamen will be held at the Fayettevill Country Club Wednesday with Bill Breazeale and John Lewi as co-chairmen. A social hour is set for tin Country Club at 6:30 p.m followed by the semina banquet at the Club when, go! trophies will be awarded. B. Firiley Vinson of Litt! Rock will preside at the Thurs day session. Speakers and thei topics will be: POWERFUL P1UNGER CIEARS CLOGCEDTOILETS NEV£K AGAIN that !ck fi«lfng wh*n y*vr to! 1st ·vtrflowi TOILAFLEX t/nlik« ordinary plunger^ Toilaflex tfoef not permit, cbmprea led air or me*sy ·jvafertoaplashbaclcor esca pc With Toilarle? the ful| pr«ure plowi through the cto22ir7 man am Wbhe* It down, · (UCTJON4IM STOPS WUSH BACK · CCNTEn ITULF, CAN'T SKID AROJN · TArWtOTAILSIVES AtR-TIQHT FIT AT HAIOWAM ITOtlt ffj lie havfne a motieradrtiz store on your dtmrstep when you use your (Aone to order sickroom accessories, health aids or prescription re-fills. Delivery is FREE and prompt! E, Siue Square - 442-734 We Pick Up ond Deliver Prescriptions William' A. Glassford or Arington, Va., "B^nk-Pac"; Dr im Ranchino ot Arkadelphia : The Arkansas Political Scene" nd Dale E. Temple and Jerry I. Dollins or Little Rack Insurance Coverage." The seminar will adjourn at ioon' Thursday. THE WEATHER Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr 77 63 .. · 0 0 02 .;,· O'l C2 .'.: G4 51 .. 78 0'! '.. 85 70 :. 89 73 · ., G5, 4B ,01 98 61 .. 80 M .. 76 G'l .06 85 77 .05 80 70 .. 78 63 .. 77 70 .07 77 65 .68 87 57 Albany, cldy Albu'quo, clear Amnrlllo, cldy Anchorage, clear \sliDvillo, cldy Allnntii, clear iirmlngham, cldy Bismarck, cldy Boise, cldy Boston, clcly Butralo, cldy Charleston; clear liarloHe, cldy Chicago, cldy Cincinnati, cldy Clevelad, cldy Denver, clear Des Moines, clear 81 52 .. Detroit, cldy 71 65 .31 Duluth, clear 61 38 .7!) Forl Worth clrly 10-1 76 Green Bay, rain C5 51 .70 Helena, clear 91 5'1 Houston, cldy 96 73 Honolulu, clear 89 77 Ind'apolis. cldy 82 66 .80 Jacks'ville, cldy 92 741.80 Kansas City, clear 89 61 Little Rock, 1 cldy 99 72 .40 Los Angeles, cldy 94 72 Louisville, cldy 81 71 .10 Marqucllc, cldy ' ,63 49 ;11 Memphis, clear : 94 71 .03 Miami, cldy : "90 79 Milwaukee, cldy 74 57 .45 Mpls-St.Pl. clear 75 45 .51 New Orleans, clear 95 73 New York, cldy 80 69 . Okla.oCily, clear 97 71 . Omaha, clear Philad'phia, clear Phoenix, cldy Pittsburgh, cldy Pt'land Ore, clear , Pfand Me, cldy Rapid City, clear Richmond, cldy St. Louis, cldy Salt Lake, clear San Diego -clear - 77 54 ., 82 69 . 99 81 ., 80 68 .2! 102 64 . , 78 57 . 78 49 . 84 07 . 84 63 .0' 96 58 ,. 80 69 i . San Fran, cldy" 65 56 . Seattle, clear 91 65 ., Tampa, cldy 9 2 - 8 2 ..0: Washington, : cldy 84 72 . GATES BLEMISHED TIRES Road Hazard Guarantee BOB BROWN TIRE 2407 N. 71 . 4 4 2 - 4 2 8 1 Poor Children Said Likely To Be Overweight ··PHILADELPHIA ( A P ) Children In poor while rumtlles i re likely lo be falter than rich 'ouths'tJour researchers sny, A study of 3,300 youngsters Jii 'hlladclphin. New York ami Vilmtngton, Del., also showed "surprosing Incidence of over- velehlness In young children In ;ciieral," ono of. Ihe roseiirch- TS, Dr. Ross D. Fillon, snld Sunday. · Published in the current Issue f the Journal of (lie American Medical Association, the study hows that "marked differences" In weight appear by age i in tipper and lower class chit- Iren. · ' The study limited its sample o while children --, 2,300 in the ipper socio-economic group ind 850 classified as poor. The esearchers, all from the Uni vci'slly of Pennsylvania, ««·! ilained Hint dltforcncos In until- 1 ·ojiomolrla measurements muong viulmis races caused .ho rcslHutlon. CHIUH15N STUDllCn Of llio children studied, 20 per cent of tho girls from the lower socio-economic levels were oliaso arago 6 compared to three per cent of tho upper level girls, The differences continued lo ago 18, but fell lo u, minimum at ago U, when 13 per cent of the poor girls and 9 per cent of the rich girls were overweight the study indicated. 'One might spcculiUo thai this had lo (To with considerable social'pressure on women lo be thin," Dr. Fillon said. "This tends lo be more true with Ihe upper socio-economic class." . The difference was less striking with Ihe boys according lo the study. At age six, 40 per cent of the poor boys were obese, compared lo 25 per cent of the rich, the researchers found. But the wealthy boys were falter nt nge 12 with the poor boys again becoming heavier by age 14. Palafox Wins National Net Championship HOT SPRINGS, Vn. (AP) -Gits Palnfox is making a habll of winning the National Seniors Clay Court tennis championship. The 40-year-old teaching pro fossional from Little Rock, Ark., used his booming service and all c-Uii game Saturday lo post nn .easy 0-1, C-l victory over Bobby Riggs of Ncwporl The researchers, headed bj Dr. Albert Stunkard, cpncliidct Ihat "Socio-economic status am related social factors have more lo do with determining whether a person will be obese than doe? individual pay chopalhology." _^ 3encli Ciillf. It mnjkocl tho IMrrl year In,* ·ow Ibal I'oliitox .Itns ncmon ho 51-ioiir-olcl llt«ea in lltoitl- nils. "Ho WIIB just Ion Hlrnna for no," Ul««» »nl(l. "I Just olrtn'l uivo llio sncwl or llio power lo 4oci »! vvllli him.' Palnfox allowed Rl8«s only \\ points in tho tlral scl, old'il o wlilcli ciinio In llio second Bnme-KlBKs' only victory In tho sol. . i Piilnto.v learned with J«y Freoinnn ol Lltllo Rock lo win [ho doubles tills, hcallnt! RlRER nnd Robert Bramhall ot Lako Forest, 111,, G-3, C-2. DR. LYNN BUHR CHIROPRACTOR announces the opening of his office 608 Hwy 71 S. 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