Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 10, 1972 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 10, 1972
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ftW fltm HVIQNM. WIMHM ,THE WEATHER Elsewhere 82 62 .Ql! 01 83 69 ,63 M ,85 6Ii 01 07 02 69 ,83 02 id M ..85 GO ,67 61 .04 76 ,01 67 ,,70 49 , 1Z 50 , M *H .16 .03 .01 Weather Forecast Generally sunny and warm weather. Is expected across much of the United Stales through tonight. Rain is ex- pected up In the Pacific Great Lakes, Northwest while showers arc cast, and In possible in parts of the upper Wlrcplioto) the the South- West. (AP Prices Rise Sharply Russia May Buy Fourth Of Wheat Crop )ly THK ASSOCIATKD 1'KESS High Alhuny, clour Albu'quo, clcur ,, Amnrillo, Clear ., Anchorutfe, M ., Achevlllc, cldy .. Atlanta, cldy . . , , cldy clear , Bolie clofii Boston, clear Buffalo, clear . , , , , Charleston, cldy ,., Charlotte, cldy .... Chicago, clear .... Cincinnati, clear ,. Cleveland, clear ... Denver, clear . DCS Moincs, citly .. Detroit, clear ,..., Dululh, clti/- Fort Worth cldy ... Green Bay cldy , Honolulu, M ... Houston, cldy ..,, Ind'apoili, clear ., Jacks'ville, cldy Kansas City, clear Uttlo I\pck, cldy , Los Angeles, cldy Louisville, clear MatqUQllc, clear . Memphis, cldy ... Miami cldy . . . . Milwaukee, clear MplsStP, cldy New Orleans, cldy New York, clear , Okla, City clear , Onnaha, cldy Phllad'phla, clear Phoenix, clear , Pittsburgh, cleai' P'land Ore, clear Pt'lahd Me, clear Rapid City, cldy Richmond, cldy .. St. Louis clear ... Salt Lake, clear .. Jan Diego clear ., ian Fran, clear .. Seattle, clear .... pokane, clear ... Tampa, cldy Washington clear 04 73 68 44 ,M M .02 77 ,n 50 91 71 .76 62 ,87 70 87 69 .75 55 62 BO .61 07 ,86 .65 .70 80 ,80 . 88 .71 . 80 102 67 Auiumn Weather Covers Much Of Eastern U.S. Hy t»K ASSOCIATE 1'REBS Autumn-like weather clung,to most of tho eastern hnlf of ..the nation today, ador pushing tern pcruluroH down'to tho 408 and 50» overnight, . ·...· , ; · : . ' ShowerH,-and thunderstorms, some heavy ·Vlilv.tfUBty winds, swept IhrduBh .theV Tennessee Valley and Gulf Coasts'lates to the south, Atlantic' elates and a l o n g parts 'of the; Eastern Seaboard, , : v ' , : . : ? ; ! ? ' ( : ; · ·' Haiti alsp^soakod areas from tho western Plains to California and tho Pacific Northwest. But tho heaviest rains came In tho Southeast, where In Greenwood, Miss., more than two Inches fell during the night, AtmlHlon, Ala,, was drenched by more than an Inch. The r c b t . o f the nation had I fair skies and .comfortable lem- leraturcs, except for the far iouthwcsl where 90-plu's heat persisted, : · ; Temperatures bcfpre dawn Northwest ArkonKta TIMES, Thuri,, Aug. 10, - · ' ·" ' SHS Student Council To Make Recommendations On Parking SPllINGDALE -- Tho Spring- d a l o High School f Student Council Tuesday night was given the task of presenting recommendations for School Board action on student parking, ·· At tho regular monthly school board meeting, a report on parking .was presented by a special committee composed of Guy Nelson arid Keith Lewis, Committee suggestions Included giving the responsibility student for the council parklnj ,55 WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Agriculture Department says the Soviet Union may buy between 250 million and 400 million bushels of U.S. svljeat, as much as onii-fourth of this year's crop. Officials say a number of prl- ·vate companies are.involved in ^transactions, including one ;-whose Soviet sales operations Care headed by a former U.S. : assistant secretary o£ agriculture. ': Wheat market prices in the announced on July 8 that the Soviet Union had agreed to buy at least $750 million worth of U.S. grain over the next three years. FIRST SALE Continental and another firm, Cargill, Inc., Minneapolis, sold nearly 3 million tons of livestock feed grain to the Soviet Union last year, the first U.S. grain sale to that country in nearly a decade. When nounced the White the new House pact an- last ."·Midwest have risen sharply in ·.recent days, reflecting rumors -that a massive sale to Moscow : is imminent. In Kansas City the "price has cHmbedJ-from $1.57 ' r per bushel to $1.84. " ·'· If the big sala materializes, a '· 400-million-bushel transactioiiT- ·'and some sources say it, coujd -- be even more--would be equal *' to nearly half the present U.S. £ wheat surplus and a fourth of f ;. the 1972 crop, estimated at less £ than 1.6 billion bushels, £ BIG DEMAND » Asst, Agriculture Secretary f Carroll G. Brunthaver said f Wednesday in an intervisw that ? there has been tremendous de- S mand for wheat in the market, · presumably by private com- *· panics seeking grain for we Sot. viets. ' "We keep hearing eight to 10 j million tons," about 296 million 'I to 375 million bushels, Bruntha- { ver said. "That's entirely pos- i sible. Whether it's more than 'J that, I don't know." J One of the export firms Ini volved is Continental Grain Co., \ New York, whlcb recently hired i former Asst. Secretary Clar- ;· ence D. Palmby, Brunthaver's j predecessor, to head up Its ex- month, most of the . initial or- ders were thought to be for corn and other feed, although wheat was included in the options. Since then, however, the 'Soviets have shown interest in substantial wheat purchases, a fact that has helped boost market prices here.- . · : The Soviet Union wants fecc grain to help increase livestock dairy and poultry supplies for consumers. Wheat has come into the picture, however, he cause of huge losses to the So viets'-winter crops. .91 .77 , . 8 G ..89 ..7l .102 ..75 ..00 ..83 ..96 ...91 75 51 55 70 59 65 59 58 79 51 .02 .49 ranged from 39 at Marquelie County Airport, Mich., to 64 at both Blylhc and Needles, Calif; 50,000 Expected At Benefit In Memphis Stadium lot; registration fees of $5 poi car; car slickers; additlona fees or fines tor · parking violations; - paving .· e! the parking lot with pcrmanen curbing a n d minimum p o s t s recommended. It was noted at the meeting that between 600 and 700 car Were registered at the hlg school last year, ,. · / W a l t e r Turnbow, Boar president, turned 'the watte over to' the student' counc calling upon them to compll a list of recommendations to b considered by the board. .APPROVED Approved at tho Tucsda Board meeting was a list policies governing conduct buses. The H-point policy wi he signed by parents or giia dlans of fcus transporte students/ The policies wer worked out by a commlttc composed of Jim Cypert an Ralph Pendergraft. In other action the Boa .25 Not Seen Report WASHINGTON} (AP) -- Rep. Wilbur D. Mills, D-Ark., said Wednesday he had not seen .a report tliat, the heads of 10 breweries', cpnributed-:$6,000' to his unsuccessful campaign for the Democratic presidential nominatioln. . · . The' Washington' Star-News reported in a copyright'story Wednesday that MIMs h a d ' r e - ceived the campaign .money. The article pointed out that Mills is chairman of the House Ways and Means . Committee, which can influencs the federal excise tax on heer. '· MEMPHIS, Tcnn. (AP -The producer of a big country- ospel music benefit at 'Blues tadium Aug. 18 says he is expecting 50,000 at the sundown to sunup affair for the National Kidney Foundation. There's only one problem -the stadium home of the Memphis Blues .baseball team seats only 7JOOO. ' '· "I know," said producer Terry Bock, "but we can let people s i t ' i n the infield and the outfield -- and there will be some turnover in a 12-hour period. We'll have the handstand on the pitcher's mound. avo Joo Roberts, .deputy perintondent, authority rlo ogotlato and execute contracts r the milk; meat, cheese aiul oultry; tires; and gas and ol! uppHcs for tho schooryear.)'' · -- Accepted\lhe bld.of Jo road ,'company for the bread mtract based ,on computations ' last September breid 'use o apparent low bidder .was iund whcn,bids wore originally ptfrie'd. ' ";'.' . ' , ' :' ·;.,, Asked Thurmari Smith upcrlntencient of schools, to ormulatc a set · of - rules overnlng booster. club foi matlon. The speech and debat tudents had requested : ; per mission to organize a club wit! ecs required. The- board vo(ce bjectlons to solicllatlon thoug' t said it felt favorably 'tawari he booster club. . , . . ·'· - OTHER ACTION ; , ^.Decided to contribute ' t rent .a school owned house o m m a , Avenue on a'month t ·month basis.' · · . - -Approved the bperalfn mdgct,for tho school year.wit (3,505,891 anticipated., revenue and $3,250.545 expenditures. ' -- Approved the purchase four 1972 model 60-passenge used bases at the cost of $5,75 each, · · ' , ' · --.'·. - Approved the change fro: aluminum wires to copper win In the John Tyson school und construction for better servlc and longer lite. --' The superintendent a nounced that the full staff f o school ycnr hud been hlr^d Ih the' exception of tho agrl structor tor n now v work rqiiram to ho Initialed this e«r and oho Tlllp. I position, Ho ali^o aniioimccd thf chool's share'of the Jiily'Hcideo ' tho Ozarks profits HI :,222.85. ' -'\ .-·- · : ' PINE BLUFF, Ark, (AP) 'tie H)iJ5ln0(*nd U(b»n,il roved .ft.M.W 01 '. ily of P.ine B l u f f ' f o r ,, ke'ment study of cltj* «vefn- m e n t , , ''It'' vwaS"' ,"«iinounckl Vcdnesday.':- : l.ii-.-,' 1 '',--/. r .' ; 'jM announces tfiii .op«hlnfl V ;.V ; ' .'·'of-'Hii'offlw' : ;J .;i: . Sprlnj(d»l« to » »wH W » W I . . I t« 1 . . . . . . , . Kentucky Fried Ch|ck«h PHONE 751i-0023 AnVERTISBMENT-- ' LOSE UGLY; FAT r Start- Jo«ln» weight; tod»y'%6r money back. MONADEX is a - l i n y tablet «hd ea«y io-taV«. MONA-. DEX will · help curt?;, your d eiitro tat cxccw lood. Eat 'lets--weigh less. Contains no fdanierou* drugs »nd vdlt not mako you nervoua. No strcnubua txcrcls,:-[;chanK« your )lfa , . , fitart today..MONA- DEX coils W.OO'for R 20 day iup. ply. Large economy, ilze-l«,i»3iW. Lose ugly Ut or your money will be 'retundcd with ; no 'qu««tloft« asked, MOMADEX ,!H »o)d with this 'guarantee by: . · quiher Orug Stir* -- 22 I. C«it*r -Mill Orntri Filltd. "They bring their own scat- ing, gospel fans do, lawn chairs and the like." J. D. Sumner of the Stamps Quartet, which appears with the Elvis Persley show, will be the gospel headline*. He will fly in from Las Vegas where Presley is currently appearing to perform in the benefit. The top feature In the country segment will be the Jim Ed Brown show. Brown is a member of the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville and records for RCA. port-sales operations for the Soviet market. Palmby was closely involved in U.S.-Soviet negotiations earlier this- year. He resigned shortly before President Nixon Birth Control Device To Be Tested By WHO Mann Brings You Fabulous Looks in Jeans for liack-to-Scliool MANN Brushed Dsnims In popular Back-To-School Colors. Patch pockets and slightly flare legs, 50% Kodel® Polyosjer and 50% colton. Koep-a-Press® for easy care and comfortable PALO ALTO, Palif. {AP -A new contraceptive designed to control female fertility up to a year and reduce side effects produced by some hirth control pills will be tested by tho World Health Organization, the developing f i r m has announced. ALZA Corp. of Palo Alto said Its device "floats" freely in the uterus and does not have to he inserted surgically. Through a membrane, it secretes the drug , progesterone, commonly used f In birth control pills. I Thus, ALBA, said, a woman ; would not have to swallow a pill dally and tho drug Is not ' distributed to the entire hotly * as with the pill, but only lo tho j uterus. An ALZA spokesman * said tho dose of progesterone " needed for one year Is nhnui '· Ihc same a woman would swal- I low In one birth control pill, t ALXA has been testing the ·· device on women In tho united '" Slates, Mexico nnd Canada :· slnco last, ycnr. Now WHO * plnns to sponsor clinical cvnl- .* nation nnd testing In several J countries, an ALZA spokesman t snld, SizeS 5 tO 7 -.-.T.r.-r.T.-r Si'zes 8 to 12 , Waist sizes 25 to 30 $5.25 $6.50 $8.00 MATCHING JACKETS Sizes 5 to 7 .T.r.i.,.,.,.,. ·,,.,.,. $5:25 Sizes 8 to 12-.,...T...r.T..,..,,.,. $8.50 ALSO, IT'S LAY-AWAY TIME ON LEE-WALD AND RINGER JACKETS. THESELECTIONISTHEGREATESTEVER] PERSIAN ANTIQUES (·11 milhtntlc) 807 2nd St. N.W. Bentonvlllt, Ark. BOYS' FINAL CLEARANCE · Boys Knit Shirts · Boys Bermuda Shorts · Short Sleeves Dress Sport Shirts · Boys Swimsuits END-OF-SUMMER CLEARANCE MEWS CLOTH ING-FURNISH INGS TRUMPETER SHOP Hart-Schaffper-Marx Suits, dacron-wool Values to $16(XOO . ,.-.,.,,,., $8 * Values to $135.00 -Griffon and Varsity DTowrv Suits,- dacron-wool ·" Values to $115.00 ;..,;:.,.:. ^ ; $^ 00 Sportt 1 Goats, ' dacron and wool . . ., or More Double Knit Sport Coats, . - , . J. 100% dacron polyester . , . . , .,., 3 Sport Shirts from Arrow Knit Shirts from Jantzen, Arrow and Coventry 1 2 Off MWf Price Large Group Shirt Sleeve Dress Shirts, Reg. $7.50 to $]0.00 BUDGET MEN'S One Pant Suits, dacron and wool $72.50 value ., .,..., Two.Pant Suits, dacron and wool $90.00 value Double Knit Cord Suits $80.00 value Entire Stock Men's Short Sleeve Dress Shirts $4700 $5700 $5500 IQff Forever-Prest Slacks, 65% dacron-35% Avril rayon, Reg. $11.00 values . .... ..-.:...,,,..,...., .,.,... 90 Knit Shirts, citton and cotton-dacron Bargain Corner--SUITS $20 - $25 - $30 - $40 $50. Buy two, get Second one of equal value or less at ,,..,,. ,. . 1 2 1 2 Price Price 500 Long Sleeve Dress Shirts, reg. values from $7.50 to $12.00, now $090 V 2 for $7.00 or 18 only--Two Piece Jump Suits in dacron-cotron seersucker. Reg. $30.00 value ..,.,.,0 « *·*· $500 OPEN MONDAY and THURSDAY NIGHT UNTIL SrtO P.M.

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