Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 21, 1973 · Page 14
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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Rain And Snow Hit Southwest By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Rain, with snow at higher elevations, moved across the Southwest from California to Texas today but most of the na lion enjoyed fair skies. Heavy rain or snow hit some southern sections of Arizona and New Mexico. Travel advisories were issued for the mountains of Texas west of the Pccos River. Warm rain falling over snow- packed areas threatened heavy runoffs in water courses and low sections of some mountain areas of the Southwest. Other exceptions to the generally pleasant weather picture were snow flurries from the northern Plains to the northern Great Lakes, and snow scattered across the central and southern Appalachians. Temperatures before da%yn ranged from --1 at Laramie, Wyo to 67 at Long Beach, Calif. Some other reports: Anchor- Northwest Arkantat TIMES, Wed., Feb. 21, 1973 rAYKTTIVILLC, AftKANIA* Modern Cattle Rustlers Busy In California age 36 cloudy. Atlanta 32 clear. Boston 40 cloudy, .Buffalo 28 cloudy, Chicago 34 snow, Cincinnati 33 cloudy Cleveland 34 rain, Dallas 49 cloudy, Denver 32 cloudy. Detroit 33 drizzle, Honolulu 68 rain, Indianapolis 27 clear. Kansas City 39 clear, Los Angeles 65 rain.'Louisville 29 clear. Miami 52 clear, Minneapolis-Si. Paul 20 cloudy, Nashville 25 clear, New York 43 cloudy, Philadelphia 36 cloudy, Phoenix 55 rain. Pittsburgh 34 cloudy. St. Louis 36 clear, San Francisco 54 partly cloudy, Seattle 40 clear. Chunks of Ice turned Lake Erie into an artic wasteland Frozen Erie over the weekend. This young couple, at Edgewaler Park, pauses along the beach In quiet study. (AP Wirephoto) j Chopper Mired In j Soybean Field ; MEMPHIS, Tenn. CAP) -- A 5 13,000-pound wounded bird has J nested in a muddy soybean POINT REYES. Calif. (AP) -- Prodded by high beef prices, cattle rustling -- that classic scourge of the Old West -- is experiencing a modern day resurgence, authorities say. Here in rural Marin County north of San Francisco, where Joaquin Murietta and "Three- fingered Jack" plundered Spanish ranches 'some 150 years ago, rustlers reportedly stole up to 60 beef and dairy cattle in the last six months of 1972. Nine thefts have been reported so far this year. "Some of the thefts are ap parently part of a commercial operation and others are just to put meat on the table," said Marin Sheriff's Lt. William Johansen. "In either case meat prices seem to be the basic root of it," Johansen said. Rancher Boyd Steward put up a $1,000 reward after rustlers slaughtered two 1,600 pound Black Angus in. his pas ture. "They butchered them right there and took them away in halves." Ste\yard said. Besides ending up in the rus tier's own freezer, some stolen cattle apparently go lo whole sale dealers who in turn sell to bulk meat retailers for market many controls." Thus far there have been no rrests in Marin County but ast August a man was sen- enccd to a l-lo 15-year term or cattle rustling in Alameda ounty, about 50 miles soulh- ast of here. In that county's first rustling rial in 12 years, Robert L. jweeden, 30, of San Leandro, vas convicted of stealing a 200- pound feeder calf from an area ·ancher. Marin cattle owners say their ranches are particularly vulnerable because many are close to heavily traveled roads. "You couldn't get within a lundred yards of the cattle jack on the hills," said Steward, adding that cattle more used to human contact "are so 5entle you could walk right up :o them and hit them with a .1 a miner." Another problem, said Johan field outside Memphis. The . Mississippi , National Guard CH34 Chuclaw cargo helicopter , was flying at 2,050 feet Sunday 'when a warning light indicated problems. It had dropped to about five feet above the ground and was circling the soybean field when the engine failed. It now sits with its landing gear mired in a foot of mud, waiting for the Mississippi Guard to pull it free and ferry it back to Tupelo. Arslonian To CSU DENVER .(AP) -- Sarkis Arslanian, who ;never had a losing season in eight years at Weber State College in. Utah, has agreed to contract terms and will take over as head football coach at Colorado State University, the Rocky Mountain News reported in its: Wednesday morning editions. Arslanian and his wife, Verlyn, met with members of the Stale Board of . Agriculture, governing body of the Fort Collins school, at the' Brown Palace Hotel here Tuesday night where final contract terms were ratified, the News said. ing to the public, Sheriff Johan sen said. Others may be sold f r o n roadside truck stands or tun up on the auction block .neighboring counties, he said. However, '.'there's little likcli hood you'd ever find one our local supermarket." Jo ansen said; "They have to Prices Good Thursday, Feb. 24, 1973 One Table of MATERIAL Values Up to 99c Per Yard Limit 2 BED PILLOWS 72' en, is the rustlers arc "getting lore proficient all the lime, t's just like burglary, only the vidence disappears a lol ·juicker." Johansen believes a uniform jranding system might help curtail rustling. "We had three suspects caught with a stolen, butcherec animal." he said. "But we wouldn't prove anything, be cause we couldn't identify it." Stuck In Chimney DUBLIN, Calif. (AP) -- Vhen a 220-pound man tried to slip'down the chimney of a plz- ia. parlor Santa Claus style, it ook three fireman to pry him oose and haul him lo the roof. Daniel Fred River. 28, of Oakland, Calif., was wedged in the chimney about five hours before a janitor heard his muffled cries and notified the fire department. · Rivera told police he did .it for a joke, but the unsuccessful chimney cligber was booked tor investigation of burglary and released on $3,000 bail Tuesday. 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