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June 13, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Army 'Goaf Wins $11 From Classmates For Low Grades OTTERBEIN, Ind. (AP) -An Army cadet who graduated last in his class at the U.S. Military Academy says he let his grades slide on purpose to claim the title of class "Goat" and win $827. "I figured you might as well be known for graduating at the bottom as just be somebody else, said David L. Burget now a second lieutenant who Plans to make the Army his career. Burget, 22, finished with the lowest grade index of the 828 cadets graduating at West Point last week, with just slightly over a D average The class goat traditionally receives one dollar from each cadet above him. and Burget » TMi«i'ii"iiii«iiiiB»iiimnMiiiiii!iiiiBiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiii THE WEATHER Elsewhere Albany Albu'que Amarillo Asheville Atlanta Birmingham Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Chicago Cincinnati Denver Detroit Duluth Fairbanks Fort Worth Green Bay Helena Honolulu Houston Ind'apolis Jacks'ville Juncau Kansas City Las Vegas Marquette Memphis Miami Milwaukee Mpls-St. P. New York Okta. City Orlando Phoenix- Pittsburgh P'tland Ore. P'tland Me. Rapid City Reno Richmond St. Louis Salt Lake San Diego San Fran Seattle Spokane Tampa Washington Hi Lo Prc Otlk 72 38 95 B3 81 62 77 49 81 62 78 60 97 59 76 55 92 76 67 52 72 54 73 50 85 55 72 59 68 39 67 51 77 65 71 47 B6 51 87 74 90 72 74 52 89 6S so 40 75 60 110 78 64 39 81 62 87 72 73 55 75 47 7fi 56 82 59 91 79 H2 75 69 4fi 87 55 69 so 83 50 97 46 84 56 76 58 94 41 70 61 58 53 80 56 91 57 89 77 81 56 clr clr .. cd .. cdy .02 cdj .11 .. clr .. clr .. cdj .Olcds .. clr .. clr .. cdy .. clr .. clr . cdy .83 cdy .. cl .. clr .. cl .44 cdy .. cl .. clr . . c d j .. cdj .. clr .. clr .. cdj .25 rn .. rn .05 clr .01 clr .. clr .. clr .. clr .. cds .. clr .. clr .. cd .. clr .11 clr .. cl .. clr .. cd .. clr .. cli .. Cl] .. Cl! .. clr ays he will use the $827 to fiance a vacation to Pago Pago, n the South Pacific. Burget, of Otterbein, was appointed to the academy in 1970. e said it occurred to him bout two years ago that he might be near the tail end of is class. "Two colonels in one depart- icnt really chewed me out be- ause I was gettirrg low grades nd they took it as a personal front. If I had admitted that I -as dropping my grades I 'ouldn't have graduated." he aid. He said he was second from he bottom when the first se- icster began this year, but hprtly after grabbed last place rid managed to keep it through le second semester despite a ew close calls. He said he even had to let his .rades in his best subject, Jhysics, dip during the last two weeks of his final semester "so wouldn't ruin my average. "I didn't do it to try to degr- de the academy. Tt was just a challenge to me to do it and hat's why I did it." Was he aware of any class ;oat who later became a general? "Yeh, one. George Custer." All-Slate Lowers Aufo Rales 5 Per Cent LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- T h e state Insurance Departmen said Wednesday that Allstati Insurance Co. had agreed to re duce rates for private passen ger car insurance in Arkansa an average of 5 per cent effec tive July 1. Allstate is the second larges automobile insurance writer in the state. Insurance Commissioner Ar! Monroe III said an agreemen had been reached between the company and himself to accep the rale reduction instead one he ordered in March. Alls tate in turn will drop its appca of the March order in Fulask County Circuit Court. Margaret Bolster!!. 546 Gray Ave.. only thought her car was stolen when she telephoned Fayetteville police this morning. Police found the car, minutes later, in a vacant lot across Uie street from her home. The woman told police she had gone out to her car this morning shortly before 8:40 a.m. and left her purse and keys in it while she returned to the house. The car was discovered missing moments later and police were notified. Patrolman Harold Flowers told the TIMES that the woman apparently had not set the emergency brake, allowing the car to roll down a steep h i l l into the vacant lot. North*** Arlwma* TIMES, Thurs., June 13, 1974 VJkVBTTKVILLK, AMUNUU · 3 Aramco Loses Control Of Oil Production, Becomes Buyer NEW YORK (AP) -- International oil companies will still have a role to play in Saudi Arabia despite the government's takeover of 60 per cent of the Arabian-American oil company, the chairman of Mobil Oil says. "Mobil hopes to continue contributing to the economic development of Saudi Arabia both within Aramco and outside that company," Rawleigh Warner Jr. said following Monday's announcement that the Saudi ownership share will jump from 25 per cent to 60. Aramco said the switch in ownership control will be retroactive on Jan. 1 this year. The announcement made no men- tion of the amount of com- lure international oil companies Park Service Expands Campsite Reservation WASHINGTON (AP) -- Re- .erving a campsite at 21 different national parks will soon be as easy as reaching for your elephone. A National Park Service ipokesman said Wednesday hat last year's successful experiment with campsite reser- ations is being expanded to cover some 9.500 campsites. Beginning Saturday, the reservations will be accepted both y telephone and mail throug computerized system managed by Park Reservation Service Inc., a new corporation awarded a five-year contract. These reservations will be ef- ective at the parks starting July 1. Campers must pay a 52 fee to eserve a campsite and also must pay the standard National Parks campsite rental, ranging 'rom $1 to $4 a night. Unreserved campsites wil. still be assigned at the parks on ) first-come-first-served basis, the spokesman said. Reservations can be made by telephoning the toll-free n u m - ber 800-553-8425 or the toll- charge number 319-365-4348 --By writing to Park Reservation System, P.O. Box 1976 Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52406 or to any of 21 parks in the reservation system. The applicant should not send payment with this request; he will be asked to pay when the reservation is assigned, by return mail. pcnsation to be paid to the four American oil companies who had prevously owned 75 per cent of the company, the world's largest producer of oil. The four are Mobil, Standard of California, Texaco and Exxon. Warner would not go beyond the Aramco announcement, saying that details of the interim agreement would be discussed with Saudi Arabia in July. In an interview just before the takeover announcement, Warner had said that changes in the relationship bewteen the American owners and Saudi Arabia would be "pretty fundamental." He said that in the fu- such as Mobil will have less control over production of foreign oil and increasingly become buyers and marketers of it. "Yes, we will be a buyer of oil," he said. "I recoganizc that in the f u t u r e we arc not going to m a k e as much profit per barrel of oil as we've made in the past. We're going to have to m a k e more money put of the m a r k e t i n g and refining and transporalion end of our business." He said that only the international oil companies have the expertise necessary to f i n d , produce and cause of this will continue market oil. Be- these companies to be active in producing countries, Warner said. River Stages LITTLE ROCK (AP) - River stages. ARKANSAS Van Buren Little Rock Pine Bluff WHITE Batesville Newport Clarendon OUACH1TA Arkadelphia Camden Flood HT. Change 22 25 23 18.9 47 38.9 d .7 d .1 d .4 23 11,1 d 1.9 26 21.8 26 28 d .1 17 14 26 38.7 u .2 d .7 d .8 Trampoline Jumpers W A L N U T RIDGE, Ark. (AP) -- Eight Walnut Ridge High School students hope to set a world trampoline jumping record this Sunday. The students 'started May 24 and plan to end 560 consecutive hours of jumping Sunday. The previous world record of 505 hours will be passed at 8 a.m. . . Friday, the students predicted. E. Side Squire 442-7MS Boston Store III INVITES YOU TO 3 DAZZLING DAYS, AND 2 MGllTS, AUGUST 22-24, /AT FABULOUS Las Vegas VIA FRONTIER AIRLINES ONtY $249 PER PERSON, DOUBLE OCCUPANCY. INCLUDES: · BEAUTIFUL GUEST ROOM FOR 3 DAYS AT THE MGM HOTEL · DINNER SHOWS · COCKTAIIS · SWIMMING · TENNIS · ROUND TRIP AIRFARE ALSO, SEI'T. 7-21 A GLORIOUS TRII' TO Hawaii $704 PER PERSON, DOUBLE OCCUPANCY. THIS AMERICAN MEAMPUN INCLUDES ROUND TRIP AIRFARE, LEI GREETING, ALOHA COCKTAIL PARTY, HOTEL FOR 13 NIGHTS SIGHTSEEING, CRUISES, AND MORE! FOR INFORMATION AND RESER_ VATIONS ON BOTH TRIPS, CALL ;'UNIVERSAL TRAVEL SERVICE OF THE BOSTON STORE-CALL 452-0557, EXT. 35*. Buffalo at Gilbert 4.8. down 1, Mississippi at Greenville 45.9, up .4. Girls Stale Elects Slate Officers NORTH LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Kleanor Billiard ot Little Rock Central High School was elected governor oF the 32nd annual Arkansas Girls State to* day. Linda Embrcy ot Atkins was chosen lieutenant governor,Other officers: Nahced Math- . is of Mountain Home, secretary of state; Lynn Hensley of Benlon, treasurer; Brooks Gibson of Dcrmott. attorney general; Ellen English of North Little Rock, auditor; Melonie Burchfield of Crossett, land commissioner; and Cathy Cohurn of Newport, chief justice. Attending the event are 852 senior high school girls. * STORE WIDE SALE STARTS PROMPTLY AT 9 A.M. TOMORROW MORNING AT LINKWAY WAREHOUSE U H.,^^1 ·· A · VBI Q Floor Sa mpies Warehouse Overstock KdtNT! LIQUIDATION ALL FLOOR SAMPLE MERCHANDISE ON LINKWAY SHOW FLOOR AND WAREHOUSE INCLUDED *ALL WAREHOUSE AND FLOOR SAMPLES IN OUR ENTIRE BUILDING MUST PROFIT Mediterranean Tables $48 Your Choice Each OR BE LOSS!! SOLD REGARDLESS OF We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities LISTED BELOW ARE ONLY A FEW OF THE FANTASTIC VALUES YOU'LL FIND IN THIS SALE!! While 12 Last MILK STOOLS Maple Finished $1 2 Only -- Finished 4 DR CHEST You Pick Up At $19 2 Only -- Maple Glassed HUTCH and BUFFET Beautiful Honey Maple Finish A truly great value. Compare at $239.95. NOW 3-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE Regular $189.95 Mediterranean Consists of 6-drawer double C dresser, 4-d rawer chest, full size v headboard. Pecan finish. 149 Linkways onnounees the greatest PUBLIC liquidation of floor sample and warehouse furmture and apphances ever offered here or anywhere. This drastic action taken to moke room for new merchandise arriving daily. Remember, this SALE is limited to sample and uncrated merchandise only. Therefore, many items ore one of a kind so be here when the doors open for your selection. ALL items will be delivered on a first come, first serve basis, there wifl be no EXCEPTIONS! ONE OF FAYETTEVILLE'S LARGEST AND MOST FAMOUS FURNITURE NAMF BRAND DISPLAYS. WE FEATURE BROYHILL, KROEHLER LAZYBOY RIVERA KIMBALL, WESTINGHOUSE, SYLVANlA, SONY. OtM " R ' L* 2 TM 0 ^ R'VERIA, West ing house 2 Door Auto Defrost REFRIGERATOR Big 102-lb. Top Freezer With separate refrigerator section. Compare at $319.95. Admiral 18" Reg. $199.95 SLEEP SOFAS With Full Size Mattress Inside Ideal for dens or your lake cabin. NOW 3 Only 139 COLOR TV $319 Reg. $399.95 I Only -- 1 Piece LIVING ROOM SUITE Sofa With Matching Swivel Rocker Covered in heavy duty vinetle. Compare at $269.95. NOW 189 Reg. $499-95 Spanish LIVING ROOM GROUP Sofa - Love Seat - Chair Elegantly styled in black vinelle. Spanish elegance at iti finest. Sale Priced AM 3 Pieces ALL RECLINERS 20% OFF Reg. 89.95 Solid Oak King-Size Headboard Natural oak finish in Colonial Style. 1 Only $ 29 Man-Sized Recliners Tops in comfort- Tops in quality- Ideal gift for Father's Day $ 59 QUEEN SIZE MATTRESS BOX SPRINGS Orthopedic Type 20 Year Warranty Compare at $279 $ 199 BED FRAME Will Adjust to Fun or Twin Size $ 10 Your Choice 1 Only -- Floor Sample 7-PIECE DINETTE Walnut grained table with 6 matching chain You H»ul. '48 Ortho-pedic Type KING SIZE SLEEP SET For your sleeping comfort. Extra firm Orthopedic king sii» mat' trees and foundation. Compare at $399.95 299 POWERFUL PREMIER VACUUM CLEANER With AM the Attachments $ 34 CASH AND CARRY Broyhill Mediterranean Style DINIHG SET Oval Ext. Table ·12" X 7 2 " with 5 beautiful side chairs anil one arm chair in dark pecan finish. 7-PC. Set Regular $389.50 $ 329 Matching CHINA CABINET 50" Hide glass front Lighted ulterior Reg. $28* $229 Reg. $299.95 Solid Maple 7 PC. Dining Room Suite 42" table with 2 leaves--6 matching males chairs. $ 219 1 Only Used 2-Door Refrigerator Good Working Condition. $ 35 LINKWAY We Deliver FREE Within o 100 Mile Radius 1535 North College FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Phone 442-7363 FURNITURE APPLIANCE FREE AT DOOR PARKING

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