Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 16, 1969 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 16, 1969
Page 12
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M» *·· IU. WfATMM MMMW · MIA ft* JNM» UJ, WIATHM MWfAV »III* THE WEATHER Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Uw Pr. Albany, cloudy 77 S3 .04 Albuquerque, cloudy 71 48 Atlanta, cloudy 71 64 .07 Bismarck, cloudy .. 60 44 .. Boise, clear 62 34 .. Boston, rain 75 54 T Buffalo, cloudy 63 55 .09 Chicago, cloudy 62 47 .. Cincinnati, clear ... 70 46 .. Cleveland, cloudy . . 6 7 54 .08 Denver, rain 48 35 .48 DCS Moines, rain ... 74 57 .45 Detroit, cloudy 64 52 Fairbanks. M M M Fort Worth, clear .. 82 60 Helena, clear 57 27 Honolulu, rain 84 71 Indianapolis, clear . 69 48 .03 Jacksonville, cloudy 79 66 .22 Juneau, rain 41 40 .35 Kansas City, cloudy 78 63 .. Los, Angeles, clear . 72 56 Louisville, clear ... 73 48 .. Memphis, clear 78 57 .. Miami, cloudy 79 74 Milwaukee, cloudy . 62 45 .. Mpls.-St.P., cloudy . 55 50 .03 New Orleans, cloudy 81 66 New York, rain 69 59 .05 Okla. City, clear ... 78 58 3maha. rain Philadelphia, rain Plincnix. clear .. Pittsburgh, cloudy .. 60 54 .20 Ptlnd. Me., cloudy . . 5 5 40 Richmond, rain 72 58 .13 St. Louis, cloudy ... 84 72 Salt Lk. City, cloudy 48 42 San Diego, clear ... 67 47 San Fran., clear Seattle, clear Tampa, cloudy .. Washington, cloudy Shoe Salon Weather Forecast It should rain tonight in the east from Massachusetts to North Carolina and snufh- tri Florida. Rain also Is expected in a large area of the central portion ot the nation from Louisiana to southern Minnesota. Warmer weather is expected in the southeast and colder temperatures arc due over the northern plains. Thundershowcrs are also expected in Arkansas--mainly in the eastern counties. (AP Wircphoto) Some Interesting Findings What Bugs Men Most About The Opposite Sex? By HAL BOYLE -NEW YORK (AP) -- What is K about women that annoys WR Wakes No Decision On Appointment '· LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- An tide to Gov. Winthrop Rocke feller said Tuesday that no decision has been made on whether to appoint DeLoss McKnight tn a new Pardon and Paroles Board if the legislature abolishes the existing board and creates a new one. Pete Thornton, administrative assistant who handles appointments, said he knew of no dissatisfaction in the governor's office with McKnight's service on the Parole Board. But Thornton said, it had been suggested that MeKniglit resign to end an impasse between the governor's, office and the Senate over his confirmation. Sen. Q. Byrum Hurst of Hot Springs introduced a bill last week to abolish the three- member board and create five-member board. The bill was thought to be a move to remove McKnight from the board. Th« TIMES It The Best Buy For Your Advertising Dollar men? While most men admire women, or pretend to for one reason or another, that admira'tion isn't altogether whole-hearted. There are some things about the feminine mystique that the male mind dislikes, resents, envies or s baffled by. A number of men asked recently to state what they felt was wrong with the female sex expressed a wide variety of misgivings. Here are a few of the more interesting replies: "Women? Bah. humbugs!" UNPREDICTABLE "They are so unpredictable. If you try to surprise and please them by bringing them home box of candy, they tell you they've just gone on a diet. If you bring them roses because you know they've always liked roses, they want to know why you didn't bring chrysanthemums because chrysanthemums go better with the new draperies." "When they are too dumb to know what's really going they pretend they do by trying to look mysterious." "The only girl who annoycr me wns the one who always saie no to everything I ever askec her until the day I asked her to marry me. Then she really gave the wrong answer. She said yes." "What's wrong with women? That's a good question. Pull up a chair, son this is going to take all afternoon." "The worst thing about their is that, like politicians, they are horn fence straddlcrs. No matter what happens and how it turns out. they always manage to be in a position to claim they were right. A man will sometimes admit he was wrong, a 75 55 .41 67 56 .12 7!) 55 62 52 81 59 84 72 67 60 .34 Winnipeg, cloudy ... 62 33 (M--Missing; T--Trace) Chaplin Marks woman-- never. "I think their worst trait is he mean revenge they take on i man. If he keeps them waiting six months before he proposes to them, they get even by mak ng him wait on them hand and 'oot Tor the next 40 or 50 years." ONLY FAULT "Personally, the only real fault I find with my wife is that her snoring keeps me awake all night, and the next morning she claims she didn't sleep a wink because of the street noises outside. When I tell her she was snoring, she palls me a liar." "They client at cards--even if you're only paying penny poker." "Women are born arrogant. The only thing that teaches them humility is wrinkles, and if they can afford to get their faces lifted they never get humble." TOO TALKY "All of them are too talky. They insist on thinking out loud when they have nothing on 'their minds. The less they have to say. the more determined they are to say it." But the most common criticism of women voiced by most men was the adage that has summed up male bewilderment on ihis subject for perhaps centuries: "You can't get along with Vm, and you can't gel along without 'nil." VEVEY. Switzerland (AP)' Charlie Chaplin spent his 80th birthday today in the privacy of his mansion, aloof from millions of fans and saddened by the death of a royal friend. Only his wife Oona, his five youngest children and a few members of his staff were with the famed comedian at the Manoir de Ban, a 37-aerc estate overlooking Lake Geneva. There he was told of the death of ex-Queen Victoria Eugenie of Spain Tuesday night at her home in nearby Ouchy. She was 81, and they had met repeatedly since Chaplin came to Switzerland in 1952 to live. Chaplin's secretary said he was "just not interested" in his birthday, but he finally gave in to persistent requests that he let two classes of the Corsier village school serenade him. His youngest son, Christopher, 6, is a nunil at the school. Reg. $12 to $14 a Pair This is the Shoe Sale You have waited for all year. All Spring and Summer Colors and Materials \ Not all Colors and Sizes in all Styles. Group of Spring and Summer Shoes Selected from Our Regular Stock Values to $20 Not all sizes in all styles A Wise Buy Makes This Price Possible. Dress Shoes in Newest, Latest Colors and Treatments, Both Leathers and Patents for Your Selections and Savings! NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE Average of 58 stocks S»pt.--Oct. Nov. Die: I TIRED OF RIDING ROLLERCOASTERS? TRY FIRST FEDERAL . . . 4.75% Passbook Savings 5.25% VariaDlc ratc certificate* first federal savings FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS REDUCED THRU SATURDAY! 7 pc. 'EL MAGNIFICO' family room set $ 598 Reg. $655 NOW Penney's prices include delivery in local area. *EI Magnifico' . . . says elegance so beautifully. A carefully distressed dark oak finish, over hardwood f r a m e s . Shredded polyurcthane foam cushions. Black expanded vinyl upholstery, so easy to take care of. Set includes: sofa, high back chair, ottoman, rcclincr, coffee table and 2 end tables. INDIVIDUAL PIECES REDUCED! SOFA, reg. $219 NOW $197 HI-BACK CHAIR, reg. $109 .. NOW $99 ROCK-A-IOUNGER, r« 8 . $139 NOW $125 OTTOMAN, reg. $33 NOW $30 COFFEE TABIE, reg. $55 .... NOW $49 END TABLE, reg. $55 . NOW $4* NO DOWN PAYMENT . . . USE PINNITS TIME PAYMENT WAN CHARGE IT! Shop Monday, Thursday and Friday 'til 9 P.M.

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