Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 20, 1974 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 20, 1974
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Norriiwm Arkontai T1MSS, Thurv, Jun» 50 1974 »»VtTTIVIlLl, AKKANtAl AUTHOR BETSY BYARS . . .gucsf speaker at Children's Bovk Festival UA Children's Book Festival To Be Friday The annual Children's Book Festival will be held in the ditorium of the Graduate Erin- cation Building at the Univer sity of Arkansas Friday. It IF uponsored by the Department of Elementary Education in the College of Education. Betsy Bvars of Morgantown, W. Va.. the 11)71 Ncwbcrry Award Winner for "Summer of the Swans" and the ALA Notable Book, "Trouble River," will be the guest, speaker, ac- coordinator of the Department coordinator o the Deaprlment of Elementary Education. Mrs. Byars is a native of North Carolina and a graduate of Queens College. She has written for TV Guide, L o o k , and the Saturday evening Post. With the growth of her family, Mrs. Byars began writing children's books for the very young child to early aciolesence. Her latest books are "The 18th Emergency" and "The Winged Colt of Casa Mia.' Pilot Walks Away From Helicopter Crash POTEAU, Okla. (AP) -- A h e l i c o p t e r .spraying tree; crasher! near a county marl ir southeastern [.eFlore County Wednesday night arui the pilo walked away unhurt, the sher iff's office s.wi. A sheriff's ratiio dispatch?: said the crash occurred rirti mile north of the community o Ca. Me said the hclicopld was damaged but not de stroyerJ. Sheriff's officials did not re lease the man's name or when the helicopter was based. Stingers Ink Sobchuk CINCINNATI ( A P ) -- The Cincinnati Stingers of tho Work Hockey Association have .signed Eugene Sobchuk, 23-year-old brother of bonus baby Dennis Sohchuk. Eugene, of Lang, Sask.. played for the Virginia Kings of he American Hockey League ast year and briefly for (he Vancouver Canucks last season. Dennis signed a million dollar, mulliycar contract earlier. Banking Survey Shows Losses On Commercial Loans Rising NEW YORK (AP) -- The groans of an economy straining against its limitations are being heard now from almost every direction. The latest report of tension comes from the banking industry, where a survey shows that losses on commercial loans rose 24 per cent last year to an nvera'ge of 526 Tor each $10,000 of business. The average in 1972 was S21. The survey, by Robert Morris ..Associates, made up of bank loan and credit officers, shows that total write-offs by the 47:1 banks surveyed amounted to $374 million. The banks involved in the study represent .about 6S per cent of commercial bank loans. This survey report follows . one by Business Week maga- . zine that supgcsts many utilities are feeling the strain too. and are frying to cover it over from investors by paying out more in dividends than they v are earning. Of 21 utilities studied, it said, .-.actual profits fell short of div- dends by J340.3 million. · Earlier signs of deteriorating credit conditions have appeared in stock market 'margin, installment loans and home mortgages. In April, the New York Stock Exchange announcer!, "The nivilily or security credit deteriorated noticeably." Margin debit in accounts under 'Id per cent equity rose to SI.98 billion. And the percentage of such accounts rose to 16 per cent from \'i per cent of all margined portfolios in the previous month. This was the fourth straight monthly rise of security debt, bringing to S5.4 billion the amount of borrowed money supporting stock prices, many of which, nevertheless, remain badly depressed. Margin in the stock market is like a down payment in the automobile or housing markets. At the moment, it takes 50 per cent down to become a margin customer of a broker, who lends the buyer the remaining funds. When the value of Ihose ares falls, however, the broker invariably asks the buyer to pul up more margin. The effect of higfi borrowing rates, therefore, is compounded by falling prices. The delinquency ralio. or tiic proportion of repayments that are at least 30 flays overdue, continues hrdi in the stallment loan category. THE NURSERY HOME GARDEN CENTER Rose Special AARS from California Excellent selection of nursery stock. Terra r- ium Garden Plants, Hanging Baskets, Fertilizer Peat Moss. Shad* Tree Special -- Silver Leaf Maple. 12-Foot -- $10.00 Each Lindell Duncan, Mgr. 2500 Johnson Road Ph. 521-4401 Landscape Specialist By Appointment. Op«ri 8 a.m.--6 p.m. Mon.-Sat. Garrison Honored By Dairy Association l'';u . Karl R. Garrison, rmeri- irolossnr of animal .sciences u 1 University of Arkansas, imlnclcrl into the Hall o[ · o[ the Dairv I'i'o ncl.s Association at the lira p's :!!lth annual convention hist ueel; at I.iitie Rock. Ci.-irrison is the 1.3th person so hi lored by tile association. He w s cited for his "Outstanding o itribntions to thp processing in uslry uf Arkansas." Garrison sc ved as secretary-treasurer of th Association for 21 years. iarrison retired from t h c University in 1%8 after 19 vears on the faculty. Prior to criming to the UA. he was a research supervisor for a dairy in San Francisco and a research assistant at the University of Missouri, whore he did work in the area of dairy bacterinlosy. Collision Death C O X W A Y . Ark. (AP) -- T. II. Gray, (il of Vilonia died in a C'onuay hospital loriay of in juriii, received in a traffic accident June II. Slate Police said. Trooper Jerrv Gross said a truck pulling a house trailci crossed U.S. 61 near Comva and collided with a truck driven by Gray, knocking the Grav vehicle into a ditch. THE PlZzA DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. ^ MMPWW ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS BUFFET Both Noon and Evening Bring the family! Child's Plate Only $1.35. We have three private dining rooms that will accommodate up to 350 people. Buffet Noon and Evening Call AMI E STONE For Reservations 443-4333 KSJl 3 FISH S l SANDWICHES Friday Only XPenney WOMEN'S DRESS CLEARANCE $' Now 11". H8 99 Orig. $15-$32 Two Piece Styles Pant Suits Long Dresses Junior, Misses Half Sizes Ourstorewide clearance sale. FOR LADIES MISSES JUNIOR SPORTSWEAR SEPARATES · Long sleeve print shirrs · Woven polyester skirts · Acrylic knit pullover tops · Halter tops Orig. S5-S8 Now 3.99-4.99 PANT CLEARANCE · Woven polyester plaids · Solid polyester double knit · Embroidered scrub denim Orig. $12-$15 Now 7.99-9.99 NYLON DOUBLE KNIT SHORT SETS · Assorted striped tops · Short sleeve and sleeveless Now 2/9.00 COTTON KNIT T-SHIRTS · Assorted solids . Now 2/5.00 UNIFORM CLEARANCE · 1 pc dress styles · Pant suits Now 6.99-9.99 ASSORTED SLEEPWEAR · Shift gowns · Long gowns · Shorty P.J.s Orig. $4-$9 . Now 3.44-6.88 LADIES STRAW HANDBAGS Orig. 6.00 Now 2/$S.OO FOR GIRLS SPORTSWEAR SEPARATES · Shirts-Casual 1ops-skirts-slacks Orig. S3-$6 Now 1.88-2.99 NYLON DOUBLE KNIT SHORT SETS · Striped top - solid short · Assorted colors · Sizes 4-6x Now 1.99 DOUBLE KNIT SHORTS · Assorted solid colors · Sizes 4-12 Now 4/5.00 GIRLS' DRESSES · Early spring and summer styles · Assorted fabrics and colors Orig $5-$8 Now 2.99-3.99 GIRLS' SHOE CLEARANCE · Broken sizes 8'/2-3 Orig. 5.99-9.99 Now 2.88-3.88 FOR MEN MEN'S DENIM JACKETS Orig. $22-$25 Now 15.88 GROUP OF MEN'S PANTS · Polyester/cotton · Corduroys · Polyester knits ....... Orig. 8.98-15.00 . Now 5.88-10.88 MEN'S FASHION UNDERWEAR · T-shirt · Vests · Shorts _ _ Orig. 1.69-2.98 New 1.25-1.88 PIECE GOODS GROUP OF FABRICS · Polyester/cotton · Polyester/rayon · Assorted patterns and color* Orig. 99c-2.29 yd. ... Now 66e-1.88 yd. POLYESTER FLAX COORDINATES · 60" wide Orig. 4.99 yd- New 2.99 yd. 100% ACRILAN KNITTING YARN · Assorted colors Now 77e ELECTRIC SCISSORS Orig. 12.99 New 3.88 FOR BOYS PRESCHOOL TANK TOP Orig. t.50 New 99e ASSORTED BOYS' PANTS · Cuffed or hemmed · Corduroys · Polyester/cotton · Polyester Orig. 4.98-9.98 Now 3.88-5.84 INFANTS' CLEARANCE · Bey* *ncf girls coordinate* · Pants Orig. 1.39-3 SO New 99C-2.88 · Shirts Orig. 2.50 New 1.88 HOME FURNISHINGS KITCHEN COORDINATES · Wnh doth* 44« · Pot holder .,.;.-.,... 44« · Dish cloth .........'.'. 66c · Apron 99c LARGE GROUP OF CURTAINS · Assorted styles, color and patterns · Tiers · Valances Orig. 1.29/5.29 .· Now 99c/3.44 GROUP OF DRAPERIES · Assorted sizes, colors and patterns Orig. 9.25/53.00 Now 6.88/44.88 GROUP OF LIGHT FIXTURES · Chain hung lights · Chandeliers and More · Orig. 14.99-69.99 Now 10.88-64.88 5' Aluminum Step Ladder Only 7.88 GOLF CLEARANCE BRUCE CRAMPTON GOLF SET · 3 woods, 8 irons · 1 only Reg. 79.99 Now 69.88 GOLF BALL MARKING KIT Orig. 4.99 Now 3.88 GOLF BALL RETRIEVER Orig. 1.00 Now 77c SPORTING GOODS VOLLEYBALL Orig. 6.99 New S.88 FIRST BASE MITT Orig. 12.99 Now 8.88 FOLDING CAMP STOOL Orig. 1.98 Now 2/3.00 ELECTRONICS CLEARANCE AM/FM PORTABLE RADIO Orig. 19.95 Now 16.88 AM/FM PORTABLE RADIO Orig. 29.95 Now 25 88 AM NOVELTY PORTABLE RADIO Orig. 12.88 Now 9.88 PORTABLE PHONOGRAPH PLAYER Orig. 24.95 Now 19.88 4-PC. COMPONENT SYSTEM · Tuner amplifier-record changer- 2 speakers Orig. 199.95 Now 169.88 3-PC. COMPONENT SYSTEM · Radio, phono-8 track recorder-player 2 speakers Orig. 239.95 Now 199.88 19" COLOR PORTABLE Orig. 369.95 Now $329 19"COLOR TABLE MODEL · Chroma-loe and A.F.T. · Quick-Pic Orig. 369.95 Now $329 12" COLOR PORTABLE Orig. 239.95 Now $219 25" COLOR CONSOLE · Early American cabinet Orig. 519.95 . . Now $449 25" COLOR CONSOLE · Early American cabinet · Chroma-brite picture tube Orig. 599.95 Now $519 EXTENSION SPEAKERS · "Nocturnal" Orig. 29.95 Now 24.88 EXTENSION SPEAKERS · "Carousel" Orig. 36.95 Now 29-88 MAJOR APPLIANCES COMPACT WASHER · Semi-automatic · Twin tub design Orig. 774.95 Now $128 COMPACT ELECTRIC DRYER · Operate* on regular U5v hous* current Orig. 124.95 New $88 Vi HP DELUXE DISPOSER · Heavy duty A HP high torque meter · Stainless steal grinding meter Orig. 49.95 New ».M IMPERIAL CANISTER VAC · With accessories Orig- 99.95 Now 69.9J Limited Quantities On Some Items!

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