Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 20, 1974 · Page 7
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 20, 1974
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By The Associated Press Summerlike heat clung to nuch of the Far West interior oday and showers and thunder- itorms soaked areas from Mon ana to Maryland. A high temperature of 92 V e d n e s d a y a t Colorado Springs, Colo., lied the record or June 19 there. The mercury soared to 101 at Pueblo, Colo., and hit 112 at Coolidge, Ariz. June 22 is the official first day of summer. Thunderstorm activity persisted in the Midwest overnight, larticularly Illinois and Indiana. Wind gusts up to 65 m i l e s p e r hour Champaign, 111., and Weather Forecast Snimy, warm weather Is fore- east Thursday for moM of the nation. Very hot wealHer is expected 1 ta continue hi I h e- Soolhivesl and Plains .slates. Cooler weather will remain in Ihe upper Great Lakes and northern New England. Wide- ly-scattered areas of shower activiiy are forecast. {AP Wirephoto Map) Second Arrest Made In Stale Bank Robbery M U S K E G O N HEIGHTS, Mich. (AP) -- Wallace McCrae, 20, of Muskegon thought he could clear himself quickly when he learned police were seeking him on a breaking and entering charge. Instead, he was arrested for bank robbery. Police said McCrae turned himself in on the breaking and entering charge Tuesday .saying he wanted to clear his name. But a check of records showed he is \vante dfor an Arkansas bank robbery. The FBI in Grand Rapids said McCrae is charged in the J1S.700 holdup on June 5 of the Taylor, Ark., branch of thj First National Bank of Mag nolia. One other person has been arrested in thai case while a third remains at large ,the FBI said. summer Wexiier.l Demand ForOasoline May Still S±Th!L Be Greater Than Supplies lashed funnel :louds were sighted at Fisher, ill., and Evansville, ind. Showers and thunderstorms 'ollowing a flow of warm air s t r e t c h e d from Montana hrough Nebraska to Virginia and Maryland. The only exceptions to the warm weather were the Great Lakes region, the Pacific Coast and mountain areas, where ;emperatures dropped into the 5Cs and 60s overnight. Temperatures before dawn ranged from 92 at Phoenix, Ariz., to 51 at Sault Ste. Marii Mich. TV Ruling Postponed NEW YORK (AP) -- Implementation of new rules giving television networks more pro gramming time during evening peak viewing hour's has been postponed until at least September 1975. A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals here ruled Tuesday that the Communications Commission should have made September 1975 the effective date of its new prime time rules, rather than September 1974. gramming during prime time, access rule" would have permitted stations to show Vfi hours of network programming Monday through Saturday, and four hours on Sunday. Currently, stations in 50 metropolitan WASHINGTON (AP) -i Gasoline lines may be just an unpleasant memory this summer, but Ihey also could be on their way back. While fuel shortages aren't expected, according to a Shell Oil Co. executive, there are no guarantees they won't occur-prompting, once again, the ines at gasoline stations. The factors I hat govern whether gasoline is a precious commodity at the local service station or a common, plentiful uel may lip in favor of a shorl supply, crealing lines, accord- ng lo Charles L. Blackburn. Shell's vice president in charge of transportation and supplies. Or they could just tip the other way with demand remaining below previous expectations, creating a surplus, he said in an interview. "It doesn'l take a big short age to get lines," Blackburn said. "Certainly it could happen again, particularly in isolated spots across the country." The precarious fuel situation was underscored by Sen. Jacob K. Javits, R-N.Y..'who said at a news conference Wednesday that the lines will reappear "or we will be fleeced by higher prices" unless renewed major conservation e f f o r t s are made. GAS GUZZLERS SELLING "It is absolutely shocking and unbelievable that big cars, gas guzzlers, are now beginning lo sell in a major way and small car sales are dropping," he said. "It's also a fact thai speed limits on our highways in effect have gone back to the oic 70 miles per hour instead of being held at SO or 55." In addition to increased gaso line use, a shortage could be created by severe trans portation problems, a slighl change in the size of shipments or a cold winter in the Unitec States and Europe SIT months from now. The United Stales importer approximately 7 million barrels of oil each day during the firs! week of June. 700,000 barrels more than before last winter's Arab oil embargo. The difference between the ' million barrels imporled a n t the approximately million The free world production been restored lo a pre em rgo point, and demand is mewhat less." Blackburn d. : - · Such a situation can lead to a rplus; lowever, if demand remains changed but supply drops, e surplus disappears and s ortage is back in the picture. 'If supply is 17.2 million bar's and demand is II million, u're off by 800,000. that's lat caused the shortages in e summer of 1973." he said. Deficit Registered WASHINGTON (AP) -- The lion did not run up a $1.21- lion surplus in its basic baj- ce of trade for 1973 as origi- lly announced but registered stead a J744-million deficit, e Commerce Department said iday. The department saki the fig were revised downward ross the board mainly be- use of an adjustment of hnw trolcum companies' allotted eir costs between domestic nd foreign operations. ArluiM* TIMfS, Ttw*., Ju«« 20, 1*74 MKANfAt LOSE 20 POUNDS IN TWO WEEKS! Famous U.S. Women Ski Team Diet During the non-snow off seasTM the U.S. Women's Alpine,, Ski Team members go on the "Ski Team" diet to low »'.; pounds in two weeks. That's right--20 pounds in 14 d«y»!, The basis of the diet a chemical food action and was de- v vised by a famous Colorado physician especially for the^ U.S. Ski Team. Normal energy is maintained (very important!) while reducing. You keep "full"--no starvation--£ because the diet is designed that way. It's a diet that is easy f to follow whether you work, travel or stay at borne. (Not the grapefruit diet!) This is, honestly, a fantastically successful diet If it weren't, the U.S. Women's Ski Team wouldn't be permitted to use it! Right? So, give yourself Uie same break the U.S. Ski Team gets. Lose weight the scientific, proven way. Even if you've tried all the other diets, you owe it to yourself to try the U.S. Women's Ski Team Diet. That U,··· if you really do want to lose 20 pounds in two weeks. Order today. Tear this out as a reminder. Send only $3.00 ($3.25 for Rush Service)--cash is O.K.-- to: Associated Ski Services, P.O. Box 3582, Chico, CA 95926. 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