Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 23, 1974 · Page 3
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May 23, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Weather Forecast Fair to partly-cloudy skies are forecast Thursday f o r most of the country. Warmer air is expected for tbe South- east and cooler air for t h e Great Lakes and Midwest. Showers are forecast f o r western Oregon, the southern Plains and the mid-Atlantic region. (AP Wirepboto) Fair Skies Seen In Waterlogged Midwest Area HE WEATHER Elsewhere By The Associated Press Ibany Ihu'quc marilto nchorage .sheville tlanta Sismarck oise Boston iuffalo Charleston Charlotte hicago Cleveland Denver )etroit Duluth Fort Worth reen Bay felena lonolulu louston nd'apolis Tacks'ville luneau Cansas City ..as Vegas ,illle Rock ..os ' Angeles Marquette Ylemphis Miami Milwaukee Mpls-St. P. Orleans Now York Okla. City Omaha Orlando Philad'phia Phoenix Pittsburgh P'tland Ore. P'tland Me. Rapid City Reno Richmond St. Louis Salt Lake San Diego San Fran Tampa Hi Lo Pro Otlk 88 65 .09 rn 85 51 91 64 65 48 .. cdy .. cdy ,,., ._ . clr 77 63 .73 m 79 67 1.28 cdy 56 39 .. cdy 77 49 .. cdy 70 SO .01 rn 76 55 .16 cdy 75 71 .. rn 81 66 .65 rn 81 55 .. clr 73 59 .55 cdy 74 45 .. cdy 76 54 68 44 86 65 78 48 65 3586 74 84 68 .. cdy .. cdy .. clr .. clr .. cdy ..cdy .. .- .. cdy 74 61 .24 cdy 87 71 .11 cdy 75 45 .04 cdy .. clr .. clr ., clr .. cdy .,, ,,_ .. cdy 74 64 .67 cdy 81 79 . . cdy 76 52 64 47 82 61 92 67 81 60 85 60 76 53 .. cdy ,, cdy 83 74 .83 cdy 88 70 .02 rn 84 64 .. cdy 76 48 89 74 clr .. rn 84 69 .32 rn . 96 69 .. clr 75 57 .39 rn 65 52 56 47 .31 60 32 .. 77 39 .. B3 69 .. 78 59 .. 75 43 M 59 .. cds 64 50 .. clr 89 75 By The Associated Press Thundershowers dampened he East today, while fair skies rought relic! to much of the ation's waterlogged midsec- on. Rain washed an area from he Ohio Valley to the Middle tlantie Coast and the coastal ections of New England. Thun- Faculty Dinner Set T h e Fayctteville Public chool Faculty dinner will be eld 6 p.m. Friday in the tudent center at the Fayette- ille High School. Three retiring teachers will » e honored and service ecognition given, including one in for 25 years of service. The Fayettcville Education Asso- iation will also make Community Service Award. dershower activity also extended from the Ohio Valley to the Gulf Coast, dumping nearly 2 nches of rain at Knoxville, Tenn., and about 1 inch at At- anta, Ga. In [he wake of floods that forced hundreds from their lomes Wednesday in North Central Illinois, Gov. Daniel Walker asked President Nixon to declare the state a disaster area. During the night, hail the size of ping pong balls pounded an area in North Central Oklahoma. A tornado was sighted in the same area, but there were reports of damage or juries. Elsewhere, light rain developed in the Pacific Northwest and in Southern California. Generally skies were clear over the central portion of the nation, partly cloudy in tbe West and cloudy in the East. Temperatures before dawn nged from 85 at Blythe, Ca'., to 37 al Lewlslown, Mont. ELECT B I L L M U R R A Y SHBtlFF For Washington County Paid for by Citizens for Murray Committee, Melvin Palmer, Chairman NEW ARRIVALS IN FASHION FOOTWEAR by DELTA Exciting new cork wedge thongs for your fovorite summer outfits in black, white and red patent with kid leather insole and crepe outsole. Imported from Spain. $1999 12 Boston Store III Recipient Benny Maycs, son nf Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Muyes, a member of tbe FayetlevHIc High School graduating class is the recipient of scholarship from the University ot Arkansas. He plans to major in accounting. During his h i g h School career he held mem- hership in the National Honor Society and the Math Club, and played in the school band. He is a member of the First Baptist Church a n d played in the American Baseball program. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thur.., May 23, 1974 FAVrrTCVItLE, ARKANSAS ELECT-GUS OSTMEYER One of the Most Important Places to Start Easing the Burden of High Cost of Living, including Taxes, is the One Nearest Home -Choose Your County Officials with Care. No One Can Offer You More Than: Honest Government Proven Qualifications No-Self Serving Activities, Backed by a DOCUMENTED CONTINUOUS RECORD OF TRUSTWORTHY SERVICE NEXT TUESDAY--VOTE FOR GUS OSTMEYER FOR COUNTY JUDGE Pol, Ad. Paid For By Gus Oslmcycr, Wash. County Let MFA Security Service Company help you buy that new car. We have an auto purchase plan rhafs quick, convenient and tajlor- made for you. ..1 Northwest Arkonsos Plazo For Cooks Who Take Pride in Their Cooking . . G.E. Coontertop Microwave ven ^Microwave energy penelrates inlo food wh.ere it is converleed into heat. Oven interior and oven walls stay cool. Spills won't bake on. · Frozen foods thaw in just minutes, permitting foods to be served right out of the freezer. No more hours of waiting for frozen foods lo thaw. 0 Microwave cooking is fast; foods retain their natural juices ond flavors. Frozen vegetables look and taste fresh. Meats are moist and tender. 0 Because thin foods cook such a short lime, they usually develop little surface browning. Larger items, such as a five-pound" roast, will brown nicely. .. .due to the longer cooking time. £) Reheated meals retain their just-cooked freshness and don't dry out. Refreshed leftovers taste great too! Using the use and care/recipe book that comes wilh your GE Countertop Microwave oven as a guide you can cook your favorite dishes. 0Wiih a GE Counlertop Microwave Oven, there are no pots and pans to scrub. Instead foods are cooked in ulensils of glass, ceramics, plastic or paper. You can even cook bacon on paper towels. · A General Eleclric Countorlop Microwave Oven piucjs into any adequate 120V, standard grounded outlet that accepts a 3-proung plug. Appliances--DILLARD'S--Second Floor Push "Cook" Button Operates Only When Door b Closed and latched Open Monday thru Saturday 10 a.m. until 9 p.m.

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