Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 23, 1974 · Page 16
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

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Sunday, June 23, 1974
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4B Northwest Arkomo. TIMES, Sun., JUM 73, 1974 FAYITTlVILtl A R K A N t A * By Congressional Decree More Users Fees Designated For NWA Campers Recreation use fees arc now being charged al designated developed recreation areas on the Ozark-St. Francis National Forests. The fees went into effect Friday u n d e r authorization of Congress as of June 7. The law provides (or two annual permits -- Golden Eagle Passports and Golden Age Passports. The Golden Eagle Passport is not valid on forest service recreation areas but the Golden ARC Passport is valid or. all National firest recreation designated free areas. The Golden Age passport entitles persons C2 years of age and older, upon proof of age and persons who accompany them in a private non-commercial vehicle to enter an area for half the price of the daily use fee. There is no charge for the passport. Until a supply of Golden Age Passports have been received for distribution, those 62 and older, upon proof of age. will receive the half-price admis sion. Daily use tecs will be charged al the following recreation! area i, F r a n k 1 i n County--Shores Luke $1 per day use and $2 per day c a m p i n g ; Redding. S2 :x?r day c a m p i n g and White Rock, $1 per d a y c a m p i n g fee. Johnson Cmmly--Horscticad Lake, SI per day use fee and $2 per day camping fee. Lee County-- Beech Point. Maple Flat and I^onc Pine, S2 daily camping fee and Rear Creek Lake swim area SI per vehicle or 25 cents per jwrson for those who walk in and arc over six years of age. Logan County--Cove Lake. $1 per day use fee and S2 per day camping fee. Phillips County--Storm Creek Lake, SI per day use fee and $2 per day camping fee. Pope County--Long Pool, $1 per day use fee a n d $2 nor day camping fee. Due to water well f a i l u r e these fees will not be put into effect until the water .system is restored and is improper working condition. S 1 o n e County---Blanchard Springs Complex. N n r t h Syla- nore C a m p Ground, S2 per day c a m p i n g fee; Shelter Cave Swim site, SI per vehicle or 25 cents per person w a l k i n g in. Ulanchard Springs Cavern tours Royals Ace Has Sore Wrist OAKLAND (Al 1 ) -- Steve Busby, uh« pitched a no-..iller for the Kansas C i t y Royals in his last start on Wednesday, was returned to K a n s a s City Saturday for treatment, of a sore wrist. The Hoyals requested an examination of Bushy by an Oakland A's doctor Friday night. He diagnosed the ailment tendinitis in the right wrist. Rusby, scheduled to pilch Monday nighl against the Chicago White Sox, was given a cortisone shot and told to rest his wrist. Premier Sunday Crossword Puzzle By JO PAQUIN ACROSS 1 Tanned item 5 Vestments I "-- Bottom Trousers" 13 Latvian coins 17 Hourly 18 "- Geste" 19 Wings 20 Tripping 22 Unique .things 23 Immortalized in song ~25 Dress material 26 "--Journey" K Glenn Miller hit ·JO Storm center 31 French resort 32 Girl of song 34 0'Casey 55 Compass reading 38 Carbon diamond X7 Straw broom 33 Nest o£ pheasants fl Poe's "radiant maiden" 44 Ironed 45 Report 58? » Girl Of song 51 Letter 52 Queen of heaven 54 Rajah's wife SSHavmesor Powell » "MoonBght 59 Ram down 61 Style o£ type (abbr.) 62 Tibetan ox 63 Popular song 65 Sailors 67 Approaches 69 Respect 71 Jabbed 72 Poetess 75'Round- worm 77'Goddess of infatuation SO Charitable gift 8i Threshold 8J Decorative transfers 84 Portico 55 Pintail ducks KT Plan of ,-.-town site 89 Miss Claire 90 Senses 91 But wiser? 93.Astound- ing 96 Inferior parish officer 97 Sign of healing 99 Wear away 100 Drunkards 101 Embla's mate 104 Skman Indians 106 Land measure 107 Injection 108 Famous general 111 Rudy Valleehit 114 "Alexander's -- " 117 General tenor 118 Venetian cabby 120 Numbered highway 4 Hamlet's home 5 Ignoble 6 Sierra -7 Siamese coin 8 New England lake 9 Obstacle 30 Word in Markl5:S4 11 Green- swards 12 Of a religious season 13 "-- Blue" 14 Small particle 15 Musical groups 16 Farm buildings 17 Flexible pipe 21 Foot: 121 A Belgian comb, form marble- 24 "---'Em 122 Persia All"' 123 Low Latin 27 Muck (abbr.) 29 Broadway 124 Church hit official 33 Mild oath J2S Defunct 36 Beer 126 Girl's- name 127 Sweet potatoes 37 Slight breeze 38 "Till We -Again" 128 Ruminants 40 Tennyson's .DOWN 1 Popular song 2 Girl of song 3 Flit "lily maid of Astolat" 41"-- of Spain" 42 Charles Lamb 43 Called BUI or 'Tom 44 English Quaker 45 Small draft 47 Preceded in .time 48 Spree 49 Congers 51 Marsh marigold 53 "Pretty Little Poppy" 56 Rail birds 57 Indian mahogany 58 Bearded 60 Goads 63 Member of tile-family «4 Alaska city 66 White House nickname 68 Ancient chariots 70 Wisconsin city n News agency 73 Girl's name 7* Actress Raines 76 Sharp taste 78 Ring, as a bell 79 Comfort 82 Rich fabric 84 Yellow and Coral 86 Supported nomination 88 Scarlett's home SO Shackled 92 Rodents 91 "The Mark of--" 35 Perfectly 96 Bittern's cry 88 Form of instrumental blues 100 Garments 101 Celestial scientist (abbr.) 102 Valuable violin' .103 New England city 105 Straight drink. 107 Water vapor 108 Cum -109 Enroll ·110 European river 112 Quechuan Indian 111 Insect 115 South- 'west'em river 116 A friable, earthy clay 119 A nucleic acid (abbr.) Average time of solution: 66 minutes. Answers On Page 2B per a d u l t ; SI per child 6-12 rul no charge [or children un- cr six when accompanied bj parent. The Golden Age Pass ort is valid for the bearer only r a half - price fee. Gunner 'ool, Si camping fee. Washington County -- Lake 'edington, SI camping foe. Yell County--Spring Lake. SI er day use f e e and $2 per ay camping fee. The Golden Age passport is ot valid at concession opcra- ons in the forest. More information may he ob ·\incd from the Forest Sufiervi or, P.O. Box 1008, Russellvillc \rk. 72801. World Cup Soccer Games In 2nd Round By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS' Brazil, Yugoslavia, West Ger nany and East Germany Sal r d a y joined Poland, reaching iie second round of the Worl occer Cup. Brazil, the defending cham lions, squeezed through fron Iroup 2 uncorivincingly and b lie slenderest of margins. The icored their first goals of o u r n a m e n t t o beat experienced Zaire 3-0 at Gel enkirchen. ·With Yugoslavia and Scotlan Irawing 1-1 at Frankfurt, thcs two teams and Brazil finishei level with four points eacr 'rom three games. Yugoslavia had a 10-1 goal record. Brazil was 3-0 aggre gate and Scotland 3-1. So Broz nipped Scotland b yonc goal fo second place in the grou landings. West and East German verc opposing each other late in the evening at Berlin. Bu .he pressure was taken off Ih ;amc because Chile was held t a 0-0 draw by Australia. West Germany had fou points and East German .hree , with Saturday night' Same to come. Chili finishei vith two points from thre matches and Australia had cm loint. The concluding games Groups 3 and 4 are schedule 'or Sunday. Only one l e a n from these groups. Poland, ha made sure of a second roun place so far. Eight teams will compete two new groups in the secot round, with the two group win ncrs meeting in the final , Munich's Olympic Stadium Jul Brazil disappointed its fan again by not scoring mar goals against Zaire. The Afr cans were already out of Ih tournament and had nothin positive to play for. Yet 11 champions took a long time t crack them. Brazil's goals were scored Jairzinho in the 12th minut Rivellino in the 66th and Vald miro in the 80th. Zaire's goalkeeper, Aliamb K a z a d i , made many sparklin saves. Most of the crowd of 25 COD cheered (he Africans jeered Brazils' failures. Big Joe Jordan, a star English League champion Leeds United, scored two mi iltcs From the end and save Scotland from defeat again Yugoslavia. Stanislav Karasi. who ha gone in as a substitute, lir scored a brilliant goal for Y goslavia eight minutes ear-lie: Australia, unrated and pla ing in the World Cup for tr first time, unexpectedly he Chile in trying conditioi Hours of rain early in t morning had soaked'the fiel and more rain fell in the sc ond half. The players splashed about puddles and had d i f f i c u l t y sta ing on their feet. At the start of the second lia the game was held up by a do en bearded demonstrators wh ran on to the field with a ba ner and rushed at the Chile, players. Police dragged them off. EVEREST 4 JENNINGS FiydteviMe Drnf E. Side Squire 442-7MJ THE HARRISON ART GALLERY Northwest Arkansas Plaza (442-9322) Price Busting Pre-July 4th Art Sale This Is One Sale You Can't Afford To Miss. ir Original Paintings up to 50% off. ir Color Graphics Reproductions $2.00 and up. ir Hundreds of Paintings to Select From. ir We do custom paintings and sculpture for your home, church, club and office. ir Individual Portraits in oil, acrylics, and pastels. ir Sale Starts Saturday, one 22 until July 4th. ir Consignment Space Available (70/30) Ask for Rer. M. Harrison, Owner-Artist or Don Furst, Artist Baseball Victory TOKYO (AP) -- Ken Hui- n j * a , . a junior from Southern j l i f o r n i a , ripped three home ns Saturday, leading a lojr- g learn of American colic- ate baseball n i l stars to a 7-G ctory over Japan's national college team in th« opening game of the third a n n u a l United States-Japanese Collegiate World Series. O k l a h o m a ' s Stan Meek earned the victory with a one- hit relief job after he took over for Ihe American starter, George Milke of USC. Backus Bartered BERLIN ( A P ) -- European champion Eckhard 'Dagge of West G e r m a n y battered Billy Backus' right eye closed and slopped the tormer world welterweight champion from Ca- naslota, N.Y., in the third ound of · scheduled 10 round fight Friday night. Backus won the first round but Dagge, fighting for only the 13th t i m e as n pro. took rh"-"e in the second round and connected with h'" .0 face, The German continued the barrage in the third. DEAN-GUYLL , TIRE CENTERS 1112 Highway 71 ByPait Bwtonvlll 601 ith St., FaytttcvilU /Hwy. 62 * ~ "J-1 *' /- V Hwy. 62 W. Cev.min.nt) TIRE HEADQUARTERS !/n-\r/iio,iw»\-n innmu nmm UNIROYAL OUTSTANDING VALUE! Outstanding features. Outstanding low price! 45 off Wirds powerful 4-HP mower. Get instant "pull-and-go" starts. AUTO. 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