Northwest Aikonsas TIMES, Thun., May ?*, 1974 Â· LI, ARKANSAS Weeks Oi Shuttle Diplomacy Appear Now To Be Futile - A f l e n p n n omacy, (he 19 days of shuttle dip] Sccrclary ot State Henry A. Kissinger' appears nowhere close lo a truce on the Israeli- Syrian front. Tile Arab guerrilla attack on Maalol undoubtedly will make his job much more difficult. "At a m i n i m u m it will cause some delay." Kissinger said Wednesday night. He was scheduled lo return lo Damascus today Tor his fifth meeting with Syrian President Hafez Assad. The trip was post- NEW YORK STOCKS L Opening Prices Furnished by A. C. Edward! Ark Best Corp Amer Tel Tel Ark La Gas . . . Baldwin Campbell Soup Central S W Chrysler IB'/s Maaloi allack. because Del Monte 20 Dillards 15 Easco 9 r i's A G Edwards .- 4% Emerson 4 I V s Exxon 75 Ford 5(Bi Frontier Air 6 Gen Growth H Gen Mtrs Gordon .lewelry Intl Harv 2G!! I-T-E Imperial I'lVi J C Penney 72 Levi Strauss 1'H'i Ling Temco Â· Itt'A Marcor 2i'/i Pan Am World Air 3% Phillips Petre 54V'Â« Pi/za Hut 2:i'i P'm.n Corp 12 Ralston '!5'A Safeway 4214 Sears .' 83% Scott Paper 15^ Shakespeare Â·. B'/s Soil Pac M'A Texncn 2fi'/K Tri Stale Mtrs 7'.1 Union Carbide 'IP/a Unilcrt Air 28% Vielor -.- ^% Wai M a r l '. I M s Ark West Gas IK'i-H'/i Citation %-HÂ« Kearney Nail 5-fs-, c i f :s M i n u l e ' M a n l',.-nÂ« Pioneer Foods fi'/ji-5 r K H K Porter . . . . . . . v . . SOS-SHS Sid Regis 15W-16 1 /, Tyson Foods lZ-ls-12% Yellow Fit 48V4-49W Averages Tnds up 3.110 Trans up .73 Ulils up 1.37 Volume S.fiiiO.Otm Commodity Openings July corn '. .. 2.70 Nov soybeans 5.4fl Sept. eggs .- 4R.45 July pork bellies M.10 July wheat 3.72 Kissinger has been lo Israel eight times. He has met twice Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko. in Gencya anil Cyprus. He has sought the help of Presidents Anwar Sadat o[ Egypt and Houari Bourne diennc of Algeria and of King Kaisal of Saudi Arabia. And still an end to the f i g h t ing on Ihe Golan Heights am Hie disengagement of the ar mies there chides him. U.S. o f f i c i a l s say the mission is "in a holding pallern." Some observers interpret thai to mean a deadlock. In Washington, other proh lems. other regions of the woil cannot wail. The secretary ma decide within 2'! hours to g home, giving the Syrians ant Israelis Lime for lempers li cool and for his appeals fo conciliation to sink in. The slicking point remain where to draw the lines scpara (ing the Israeli and Syrian ar niies. Control of three slrategi posilions n o witi I s r a e l hands is at issue. Israel fear t h a t , t o release them from it control would endanger some r Ihe selllcmenls il has eslab lished on Ihe Golan Heights I help m a k e permanent its hoi on tile territory it caplured i 1967. Certain olher problems wil be easier lo solve. These h elude the composilion of Hi Unilcd Nations force lhal wi stand belwcen Ihe two armies a thinning out of men and a mor behind the lines and an e.\ change of prisoners. Wins Award Uncla Harp, daughter or Mr. and Mrs. Roy \V. Harp, is (hn recipient of a S2W1 savings Itimd from the Future Business Leaders of America Association. Linda, a .senior at tXvellcville High School, has sung in the Mixed Choir, the Sophnmore Girls Chorus and Christ Ambassadors, a group of young people at Cat- vary Assembly of God Church. She is a mrmlirr of Future Teachers of America, and Future Business Leaders of America and (he National Honor Society. Faubus In Area Former Gov Orval E. Faubus will be campaigning in Fayctlc ville and Springdale tonight according In his office. SPRING DRY CLEANERS SPECIAL Self-Service 8 Ib. load for $1.75 Yes, it's that time to put your winter clothes away. Bring them to us to save time and money. Use this valuable coupon. I Quick Clean Laundry I and Dry Cleaners I 419 North College I next door to IGA) 1 Offer Good Thurs., May 16, | and Fri., May 17 I One Load Per Customer THERESA PASCHAL MISS GOSHEN Will be in the .Shoe Dept. from 2:00-- 4t30 Sot., Moy 18 South 8 ale Shopping CMler Open 9 Â» Support Your Own Local Contestant for the Ark-Okla Rodeo WITH # EVERY' PURCHASE OF WESTERN BOOTS THURS.-FRI.-SAT. Dodge CitfR MEHS BOOTS SIZES B'/2-12 AUTHENTIC STYLES SOFT, FLEXIBLE UPPERS Â·UT WESTEM STYLES Ml WESTEMCIIJISTIKLian llfi N SMALL! UMES-TEBB sww-ws Open 10 p.m. to 9 p.m. Mondoy thru Soturdoy Â·Vi WE CLEANED OUT ENTIRE FACTORY! ALL FIRST QUALITY WITH FAMOUS LABEL! Â· SLACKS Â· SHIRTS Â· BLOUSES Â· SKIRTS Â· SHORTS Â· SIZES 8-20 Â· SIZES 34-44 Â· SIZES 7-15 Â· WASH 'n WEAR FABRICS Â· SOLIDS AND PATTERNS Â· PASTELS AND DARKS Â· MANY, MANY STYLES (tau Northwest Arkansas Plaza, Fayetteville, Arkansas YOUR CHOICE! ONLY EACH!
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