M Â·' NorthweW Arkanwi TIMIS, Friday, Aug. 11, 1972 .Â»Â· *AYrrTIVLV.I, ARKANSAS ^^ t'$'y fa* ^4" ! Â»""V xVl. N! *!*, Â». Us* Your BonkAmtricord WE SELL FOR LESS Weather Forecast S A T I S F A C T I O N . G U A R A N T E E D . LAWN and GARDEN CLEARANCE WHILE QUANTITIES LAST X SUPERELECTRIC , 20" BREEZE BOX FAN No. 2065-3 Reg. $12.88 , Limit 1 Showers are forecast through lonlght In Northwest Arkan- Â·sas and In Texas and the surrounding states. Showers also are possible in the Caro- Unas, the Northeast and in the northern Rockies. Sunny weather is expected for most of the rest of the nation. It should be cool in the northern low-Emission Cars Designed By Students Being Tested MILFORD, Mich (AP) -- A I Another has a rear bumper Ford Maverick is cut in half, stuffed with : air pollution control devices and slapped back 'The Chick- that open together. A car nicknatned en" has doors straight forward. By $55 M Men Sued Lane For stales while temperatures are expected to continue high In southern and western states. (AP Wircpholo) THE , WEATHER j Elsewhere SUPERELECTRIC 12" OSCILLATING FAN No. 1270, Fully Guarant Reg. $9.77 Limit 1 LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Har- 4an Lane, former Little : Rock businessman, filed a $55 million suit in U. S. District Court here Thursday against eight men he claimed conspired against him in the 1969 struggle over control pf Union National Bank here Lane was : former - board : chairman and' chief executive officer. He charged the eighi conspired to rum his profes sional reputation and \vres control of the bank from him. The defendants were Frank E. Ghowning ami \VP Hath ilton, lawyer? who reprcsentei the bank in 1969, James T Dyke, president of Dyke and Associates of Little Rock; Ray mond Karcher, president of Southern Paper Box Co , David Jamison, former vice president and chief loan officer of the bank, Jerome H Bowen, who succeeded Lane as chief .executive -officer, and Dr. Alfred Kahn and Max Moses,; both bank directors. The bank also was named defendant in the suit. The suit stems from the fight that erupted in 1969 over con trol of the bank and ended with Lane being ousted by. the board and ultimately convictecj in fed eral court ot illegally stipu lating for a commission on a loan made byline, bank'. with popcorn stashed in it to cushion crashes at up to five miles per hour These are a few of more than 60 low emission autos built by engineering students from the United States and Canada and entered in the Urban Vehicle Design Competition taking place this week at the General Motors Proving Grounds here "We call it The Chicken," said Richard SchulU, gesturing toward a square red auto look ing like it flew the coop Schultz is a mechanical engineering student from the University Qt Missouri at Rolla Doors on -"Chicken" fold toward the front arid the tailgate tilts almost straight up. "You can park within a foot of another car and get out," Schultz said. The car meets auto emission standards-projected for 1975. The revised Maverick was built by students at the College of Engineering at the University of Detroit The car was cut in half, wid er(ed; by apq\jt two feet with en gine modifications and a bump er from another make of car put on the back upside down The result A "squatty compact which more than meets By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Albany, cldy Albu'que, clear Amarillo, clear Anchorage, clear Asheville, cldy 1975 emission standards It survives a 5 jn p^h^col lisio'n without ai'jSratph^ 'said the students who b'uilt it The car with bumpers packed full of popcorn is the entry from the University of California at Los Angeles: It too, ..can withstand collisions at 5 m.p.h.; ,the students said. The cars, will be tested for suitability in a city environment th'is' week. More than half 'the cars are powered by internal Combustion engines modffied \o reduce pollutants Stores Refused Wine Permits LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- An application for permits to sell wine in 32 Safeway Stores in Arkansas was rejected Thursday by the state Alcoholic Beverage Control Board. The action would be "opening the door to numerous outlets- more than we want to open at one time," said J. P. Brumbelow, ABC director. Representatives of two disparate groups--the Pulaski County Package Stores Association and the Christian Civic Foundation of Â· Arkansas--appeared before the board to oppose (he application Both groups said they did not feel a grocery was-a-proper place for the sale of wine. Soulhwesl Vote On Military Aid Bill WASHINGTON, (AP) -- Following is the vote by which the House struck from : the foreign military aid bill Thursday a di rective to pull out U.S military forces from Indochina by Oct 1. Wi: l ,. ' f v ,_ . Arkansas -- Alexander, h D, no;"Hammerschmidt R, yess Mills, -D, no; Pryor, D, no. New Mexico Â±-. Runnells; D. yes; Lujan, R; yes. Texas -- ' Archer, R, yes 1 ; Atlanta, cldy . 85 68 . Bumingham, cldy . 83 65 'Bismarck,-cldy...:'...91 55 Boise, clear .... 99 65 Boston, cldy .; 75 57 Buffalo, cldy ... 69 51 Charleston, cldy ... SO 71 Charlotte ..cldy:".,...80 68 Chicago, cldy ......73 63 Cincinnati, clear ...75. 53 Cleveland, clear..... 68 5B Denver, clear --...98 58 Des Moines, cldy -.:.69 68 Detroit, Clear . 74 49 Duluth. cldy .... E7 59 Fairbanks", M . . . . M M Fort Worth cldy . 95 72 Green;Bay,,-cldy .-..- 75 59 Helena, clear 89 54 Honolulu, clear 89 76 Houston, cldy ...;..89; 74 Ind'apolis, clear ...:75 53 Jacks'villei cldy .-...92 72 Juneau, M M M Kansas City M 85 M Little Rock, cldy 84 72 Los Angeles, cldy 87 72 Louisville; clear ....78 57 Marqucte,' rain ....72 60 Memphis, ddy 82 67 Miarm, clear 86 82 Mpls St P, cldy . 75 64 New Orleans, cldy .91 70 New; York, cldy ....76 57 Okla. City, clear ...89 68 Omaha, cldy 85 68 Philad'phia cldy 79 55 Phoenix, clear 103 83 Pittsburgh, clear ...72 48 Pt'Ia'nd Ore, clear ..85 57 Pt'land Me. clear ..71, 43 Richmond, clear 78 54 St Louis, cldy 78 64 Salt take,' Clear 101 68 San Die.go, clear 77 69 San Fran, clear . 61 55 Seattle, cldy .74 55 Spokane, cldy 91 63 Tampa, cldy ..'..: ..S3 75 Washington, clear 78 57 PARK PISTOL GRIP NOZZLE Fits Any Garden Hose r C VILLAGE BLACKSMITH HEDGE TRIMMER Reg. $2.19 or PRUNER Sturdy Wooden Handles .02 .04 VILLAGE BLACKSMITH , HEDGE TRIMMER Double Edge '/3 H.P. 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