Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 18, 1976 · Page 13
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 13

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, April 18, 1976
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Northwest Arkansas TIMES; Sunday, April 18, 19/6 FATEriEViM i:. ARKANSAS .7B County Trash Cleanup Set Twenty-live organizations 1 have volunteered to participate !n the 176 Washington County clcan-up. campaign sponsored by Hie FayeUcville Chamber of Commerce, according to Bill Carmack, chairman. Those groups will bo undertaking special clean up projects between April 24 and May 2. Typical projects include [lie cleaning of the school grounds, highway rights-of-way, . cit parks, area recreation facilities, church properties, etc. Tho Miss University Of Arkansas Contestants luutlines P7B Sun - Miss Univ.' Hie Student Union at the UA, , Thomson, Joiitcce Harold T ^ _ . . « I _ _ . . ,,,,,,,*.. ,, J iv.,, n.,!,.,-.,- (·'·. ilirla I nr- ' arn /daiirllntr : nurl fcmtlrut InM tn rivhO Kn- Fourteen coeds ai (he University or Arkansas will vie tor the Iltte of Miss University of A r k a n s a s 1976 in a pageant set for 7:30 p.m. today at Candidates arc {standing lefl fo right) Nancy'Henry, Michclc Davis, Allison Taylor, Sharon Muguire, Miss UA of 1075, Anna Becsly, L i s a and (seated 1 C U to right) Kathy Kingrcy, Pam Junes, Wendy Hall, Becky Walker anil Ddiliic Wo nils. Not pictured is Viki Tyson, \vlio replac- DR. FRANS jindeliries NEW YORK (AF)"--'Sanford nivcrsfly tennis coacb -'-Dick ould has written a hook that Symphony KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP -new symphonic work -- com nisskmeri specially f o r t h e rncrican Bicentennial cclcbra will be given its premie: crfortnance here May 16 b; ic Youth Symphony of Kansa ily- "Overture Mid-America" b loberl Washburn will be ir roduccd at K a n s a s City's Capr Theater. It will also be p_cr ormcd June 12 and 13 in Phila clphia, when the orchestra \ norc than 100 young pcop 1 eprcscnts Kansas', and Missou at Bicentennial fe.stiviliei maginalion of the individual p is the only limitation, arniack said, "as one -an look round in any direction and se^ rash or litter thai needs to b licked up." The Chamber, through the oopcration -of McBrirle Dislri- utinj; Company, Coca-Cola lotUing Company, Midwest leverage Company, Seven-Up "3r. Pepper buttling Company ·UK) Fayell/jville Ice Company, s providing free trash bags to organized groups to make it easier lo collect trash. These; ire available for the asking at lie FaypUcvillc Chamber of Commerce, 123 W. Mountain St. Groups commiUerl lo tinte to work include: Kappa Sigma fraternity; Jelfcrson School; Phi Delta Thela f r a t e r n i t y ; Boy Scout Troop 99; Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity; Lcvcrelt School; Roy Scout Troop 102; Fayctle; 4-H Club; Butlerrlcl Trai' School; Sigma Chi f r a t e r n i t y ; Zcta Tau Alpha sorority; Happj H's Club; Asbell School; Sigma Nu fraternity; Weeping Willov 4-H Club; Cub Scout Pack 99 Junior Girl Scout Troop 170 and VICA Club, all of FaycUe- ville; Prairie Grove 4-H C l u b ; , Cub Scout Pack 9i and Roy! Scout Troop 94, all of Prairie Grove; Bethel Grove 4-H Club: ( e l u d e d . West Fork Public Schools; Hoyi Scout 167 o[ Tonlito-vn antJ i Johnny AppEesfGd 4-H Club of Lincoln. Carmack urged other organizations throughout the county lo volunteer their efforts. "Pick y o u r project and call the cham-i her for free hags at 521-1710.! Take your trash lo a designated 1 I H K U yuur iiasn 10 a acsigiiciica. collection point and the county, or the city of Fay.ottcville wilr haul it off," Carmack con- ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL Principal: osn st. , 3li i;^^l t,a(are(le Slutf. Sr. 1atT Ru1H W e w i joifpV* Schcjl No child will bctauje ol hi lonal orlnin. ire brine 1;ik fr dii icilnr 17 by irhoo! (ir ; i « n i« *1?-S15I nl j e a r 1956- r writlns ttje mmfmmmmmmmm ··········in MI in ···!··· m\\ The DERBY GAS STATION 2785 N. COLLEGE Tliis wok lliru Sunday the , Derby Gas Station is featuring Big 64 oz, Cokes for 29# each with a gas purchase!!! (Limit 2 iilcasc) Also register for a Ircc Panda Bear to he given away on Gooil Friday. \\Tool\vortfl\ fter Easter wecials^f- OOUBLEKNrrS ^ PER YARD 1 Fashion's number one best sellinn fabric- n Frans To Give Bicentennial Lecture At UA Dr. Robert Frans, who holt the Richard S. Barnetl J Ciiair of Weed Scieftce in t; University of Arkansas Coiiei of Agriculture, will present ti fourth lecture Tuesday hi tl special UA Bicentennial seric "The American Experience Dr. Frans will spcnk at p.m. in the Graduate Education Auditorium. His topic is "Agri culture -- A Human Experience." The lecture is free and is open to the general public. The lecture series is sponsored by · - t h e University's American' Revolution Bicentennial Committee and the University of Arkansas Foundation. It will continue through next March and features talks by outstanding faculty members on a variety of subjects relating lo -- American life. Dr. · Frans came lo the "University in 1955 from Iowa Slate University, where ho received his Ph.D. degree. In 3.074 he was named distill- ··'rfuished professor o[ weed science. His research fields are weed control in crops, perennial weeds, and t u r f . He nlso has ·-done basic invcstfeatioiK into 'flic mechanisms of growth inhibition of herbicides. He teaches courses in weed morphology and ecology; pesticide ecology; and principles of weed control. His professional activities include various oflicci held in (he Southern Weed Science Society, of which he is a past president. He also lias served as president of the Arkunsas A g r i c u l t u r a l Pesticide Association. An active member ol Ihe Weed Science Society of America, he has served this organization as a member of the Monographs and A n n u a Review Committee, a member of the Board of Dircclors, and ·.is chairman of the Education Joniitlcc. He is currently chair man of the Popular Pubh c a t i o n s Committee, which produces "Weeds Today." Who are BETTER LIFE SEMINARS A nriiiviiMCivoi* ^H FjTMJi*Pc»"»'lf*'*? 1 "Yl' [dtltlM «« I«ftrr«»fi0«""l DISCOVIRHOWIO: ,d . R«oh f « 0 « » * n i « . · ,,,*nd find J«**ion loll «· April 18lh Him 21sl Unch evening a l l : no CKNTK'M. ASSl!MIII,Y 01' 000 CIIUUCH Corner S i x l h S . College Kaycllcville. A r k a n s a s A nlliivlllr AtrwAtA fil-RT. ed Miss Becsley in the con lest ivlicn Miss Bccsley lo w i t h d r a w liccausc o! illness Also not pictured nre Marsha Scott, Lisa McLaMghlin and Dchhie Lewis. provides the."guidelines in both Uie techniue for every stroke and (he uses of those strokes in actual singles and doubles play." The handbook, "Tennis, An one?" (Signet), contains phot and diagrams. Assorted Artificial potted trees the news in colors, textures and scoop up v^s and yards o f , fo oop "in ks of spring and summer It li shape, shod wrinkles, wash, wear wtthout a c LONG PLAYING DELUXE STEREO/ RADIO/PHONO/ 8-TRACK/ PLAYBACK Hlbum BEDDING PLANTS AM/FM-FM steieo radio, buill-m iMracktape playback. BSR record changer, jumbo 27" speakers malrix swilch. Dust cover. 12 PLANTS TO TRAY LARGE ASSORTMENT Cciladiums 4 Geraniums 2/Sl.OO EACH "Whiiettieylast! DOWNY FABRIC SOFTENER SPRAY 'N " WASH SQI.LSTAIN REMOVER VERSATILE POLY-FIL FIBER IN 1-POUND jBAGS FOR THAT APRIL FRESH SOFTNESS. SMELL, OR TOUCH, USE DOWNY. NON-ALLEHGENIC RESILIENT, IDEAL FOR STUFFING PILLOWS, TOYS, EVEN A LOVABLE BUNNY! KEEPYOURCLOTHEb NEW LOOKING WITH THE STAIN FIGHTER. Philodendron Selloum Plants Hanging Baskets apes Brawny improved Northern towels 100 dinner size white paper plates Full of Live Healthy Plants Improved super absorbent louefs from Northern.Tougher.slronger, too? 100 sheets to a rolt. Large 9" size. Siutdy, convenfem for picnics, (ravel, nutintjs, ewerv- thing. Buy now and savel EACH While they last" 60 COUNT DISPOSABLE DIAPERS REG. SO67 NORTHERN TOILET TISSUE NO PINS OR RUBBER PANTS NEEDED. EASY TO FLUSH. COTTON BANDANA SCARVES ^g^fc,^^ L1M1T , ROLU use os kerchiefs, pecks c a r v e s , fashion acccnls. Cdbrfast. Gel here eailyl The all-purpose aluminum foil for , coring, I'Cezini. Slock up on Ihoic 25 50. Irrolls

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