Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 30, 1974 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 30, 1974
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Them, May 90, 1974 f) 3 1 Weather Forecast Showers mad rain an forecast Thursday from the west* en Plains to UK Great Lakes and Midwest. Showers are also expected for the ccBtral G«lf. Little duBfe in temperature patterns is expected with weather eonthwiig enol In northern stales *nd warm IB the Sooth. AP Wirephoto) Weather Outlook This Is the precipitation and temperature outlook lor the npcoming l(Way period, ac- cording to the National Wea Iher Service. (AP Wirephoto Map) ^NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS IN THE TIMES Services Scheduled For Boating Victim LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Serv- ces were scheduled for 2 p.m. day at Muskogee. Okla., for exander F. Miller. 27, of uskogee, who died Tuesday at Little Rock hospital of in- ries received May 18 in a ating accident on the Ar msas River. Miller had been on an outing the river when he apparent- fell from a boat on the river. He was a 1969 graduate of the niversity of Arkansas at Fa- etteville and had been an ei- utive with radio station MUS in Muskogee for several ears. He also had been secre- ry of the Valley Corp., oper- tors of radio stations KWHN nd KMAG-FM at Fort Smith. Htt Wide Band Across Continent By The Associated Press Thunderstorms rumbled along a line that snaked from the middle Atlantic Coast to southern Nevada, today. Heavy storm activity developed before dawn in the Ohio Valley and upper Plains, while rain, hail and a tornado lashed the Nebraska Panhandle near Sidney. Thunderstorms also struck from South Missouri into North Central Kentucky, and showers and thundershowers dampened the mid-Atlantic Coast states, the upper Rockies and Southwest Texas. Fog blanketed much of the Northeast and northern Ohio Valley during the night, a n d visibilities dropped to near zero in some areas. Skies were clear from California and Oregon through the central and southern Rockies and the Gulf Coast states. Along the Gulf, temperatures were balmy, remaining in the 70s and 80s during the evening. Levels dipped into the 30s, however in Upper Michigan and Maine. Temperatures before dawn ranged from 84 'at Needles. Ca- if.. to 33 at Loring Air Force Base, Maine. Fleet Acquired TORONTO -- The Toronto Maple Leafs acquired left-wing cr Bill Fleet from the Stanley Cup champion Philadelphia Flyers for two minor league players. Abrams In Hospital WASHINGTON (AP) -- Army hief of Staff Gen. Creightqn brams is expected to remain a Walter Reed Army Hospital or a few more days recovering rom what the hospital called a iild case of pneumonia. GOLD Top Prim Paid For Old Gold and Jewelry. Underwood's 811 W. Dickson oLadulike s^t EverynrKHs V / Fayetteville ^ 3fl WE'VE MOVED TO EVELYN HILLS Fer Tkose Goed T«Iaes . . . 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