Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 8, 1974 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Monday, July 8, 1974
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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Monday, July 3, 1974 FAYETTEVILUE, ARKANSAS before San Clemente Visit Weather Forecast Scattered areas of showers are forecast Monday across the nation. Showers are expected for most of the Pa- Widely kailered Thunderstorms Threaten Area By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Strong thunderstorms blew across Montana and the Dakotas this morning and heavy rains caused flooding in the lowlands of South Carolina. A tornado was reported near Bai'dette, Minn., west of International Falls, but no damage was indicated. Winds gusting at 60 to 80 rniles per hour accompanied heavy rain in eastern Montana. Except for a fe\y other spots, the rest of the nation was under clear skies. Storm clouds dumped more than two inches of rain at El Dorado, Ark., and flash flood warnings were issued for South Carolina, where more than half an inch of rain fell in a brief period Sunday. THE WEATHER Elsewhere River Stages LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- River stages. Flood ARKANSAS Muskogee Van Buren Little Rock Pine Bluff WHITE Batesville Newport Clarendon OUACHITA Arkadelphia Camden Ht Change 35 19.3 22 20.0 23 7.9 -17 31.0 23 26 D.6 8.5 26 22.2 U .6 d 7 uncl 4 d d 17 7.1 d 1.: 26 12.3 d 1.5 Buffalo at Gilbert missing Mississippi at Greenville 36.0 down 0.2. cific coast, the Southwest and southern Plains, the South- cast and the New Englund coastal areas. Cooler weather Albany Amarillo Anchorage Ulanta Birmingha-m Boise 3oston irowusville Charleston Charlotte Cleveland Denver Des Moines Duluth Fairbanks ·'ort Worth Helena Honolulu Houston Jacks'ville Juneau Las Vegas Little Rock Los Angeles Louisville Memphis Miami M pis-Si. P. New Orleans Okla. City Orlando Philad'phia Pittsburgh P'tland Ore. Rapid City Reno St. Louis Salt Lake San Fran Spokane Tampa Washington Monday Hi Lo Prc Otlk 90 65 .. clr 00 70 .. cdy 64 49 .. clr 85 70 .09 rn 87 69 78 60 90 70 90 73 88 73 89 69 90 67 90 58 96 72 92 69 (53 43 95 74 80 50 88 75 93 71 89 71 68 43 100 75 91 72 80 60 89 68 92 74 88 76 98 74 86 68 94 69 91 72 94 72 89 65 G9 56 93 63 77 43 93 71 90 60 C8 55 74 54 90 73 95 74 .01 in .. cdy .05 cdy .. cdy .25 rn .. cily .. clr .. cdy .. clr .- cdy .20 cdy .. clr .03 rn .. clr .. cdy .. rn .. cdy .. clr ..cdy . . c d y .. rn .. cdy .15 cdy .. clr . . c d y .. cli .05 rn .. clr .. cl .03 cdy .. cd .. clr .. clr .. rn .. cd; . cd' clr BEFORE YOU RWLACE YOUR OLD HEATING SYSTEM...Off ADD CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING Ask about the amazing - General Electric WEATHERTRON HEAT PUMP ONE System COOLS HEATS your entire home quietly, efficiently, dependably Switches from heating fo cooling automatically, as required. The Weathertron system uses much less energy than an ordinary electric furnace. Delivers more than 2 units of heat for every unit of electricity it uses and operating costs are surprisingly low. (Under AR1 Standard Rating conditions at 45° F.) It's easy to install. Requires no fuel storage tank, no chimney or gas connection. CALL TODAY FOR FREE ESTIMATE HELTON .ALES 'ERVICE 451 E. Township Rd. Phone 442-9340 Is forecast for the Northwest, but warmer weather is ex pected elsewhere. (AP Wire- photo Map) Underwater Park Attracts Divers EDMONDS, Wash. (AP) -- t's unlikely anybody will eve e mugged at this particula ark. It has beautiful scenery, fish oliturie, peace--and it's 50 fee nder water at high tide. The Edmonds Underwate 'ity' Park; the first municipa nderwater park in the natio a diver's paradise. "It's a super place to dive here's almost no bette lace," said Bill High, 40, a d er since 1955. "Its attraction re classic." K e n n e t h Shefveland, 2i ailed it "unreal." "You just stand there on th ottom a n d - t a k e it all in." h aid. "There's always some ling new. It's like being in a quarium--in the tank--wit he fish all around you.' Plans Working Week WASHINGTON (AP) -- Back i the While House where he as spent only two full days in he past month, President Nix- n plans a "very active" Washigton schedule of meetings rid conferences this week. Press Secretary Ronald L. iegler. who described the chediile, said Nixon,; would eet today with Vice'President erajd R. Ford and on Tuesday ith five of his top economic dvisers. On Wednesday morning Nix- i meets with Democratic and lepublican congressional lead- rs on his June-July trips to the Hddle East and the. Soviet Un on, Ziegler said. Secretary of Stale Henry A Kissinger, due here Tuesday after reporting to European eaders on the Soviet journey vill join the President in brief ng the congressional delega- ion. Ziegler said Nixon also will Tieet with the Cabinet Thursday. Nixon is expected lo fly to his San Clemente. Calif., home late n the week for a stay of about 0 days. He flew here from Key Biscayne, Fla:, Sunday night. Unannounced, Nixon flew' by lelicopter Sunday to Palm Seach to inspect the palatial Mar-A-Lago estate willed to the government by Mrs. Marjorie llerriweather Post, who died ast year. The 17-acre spread which boasts its own nine-hole !olf course, will be available as a presidential retreat, meeting ilace and guest house for vis- ling world leaders. White House sources discounted the possibility Nixon might be thinking of selling his Key Biscayne. properties to meet heavy financial obligations, such as payment -of back taxes and the mortgage on his California estate. However, should he ever decide on such a move, the 115- room Palm Beach mansion could be made available as Florida White House. Nixon, who personally overruled plans to take a small group of newsmen with him to Palm Beach, was said to have spent half an hour inspecting the property with ' Florida neighbor C.G. "Bebe" Rebozo and two While House aides. On Sunday afternoon, Nixon ook a swim, walked on the sand beach outside his Key Biscayne compound, and cruised for 40 minutes on Biscayne Bay aboard Rebozo's houseboat, Coco Lobp III. The President and Mrs. Nixon, accompanied by Rebozo were discovered by newsmen Saturday v night dining at the Key Biscayne Hotel, where Nix on thrilled a 10-year-old Florida girl by whirling her onto the dance floor. He showed no evidence o being hampered by the chroni thrombophlebitis that cropped up in his left leg last month. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week COMPLETE LINE of BUILDING MATERIALS QUALITY MATERIALS at DISCOUNT PRICES BANKAMERICARD · MASTER CHARGE WELCOME DELIVERY SERVICE ALSO NEW HOMES AVAILABLE IN SEVERAL LQCATIONS 7KELLEY BROTHERS LUMBER iCO. 2401 NORTH GREGG ON West Township Noith Gregg Phone 442-2351 Lions and people are family creatures. lions need each other.They Hveincommumtteswhile · other cats prowl the darkness atone, or in pairs. Lions heed each other to r p roteclion. We, too, need the love and protection a family provides. But who provides for the family should something happen to one, or both parents? The Lioness could. You need a plan to provide the cash your family will need and life insurance is the only sure way to provide a specified amountp: money at an unspecified tfme. Call your Kansas City Life Agent for Family Plan Protection. Gary Chaney KANSAS OTYI1EE IPSSURANCE COMEANY since i (Uons and People are Family Creatures) for your chadrenand information wftMvt cUifi anna cab/nay protection. Name Address- City- Stale. Fayetteville Savings Loan Association 105th SEMI-ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT AFTER PAYMENT OF EARNINGS, JUNE 28,1974 ASSETS . Cash on Hand and on Deposit 50,523.41 United States Bonds Owned , 1.906,487.27 1,957,010.68 First Mortgage Real Estate Loans: " "GL" Guaranteed Loans .,.,, 116,474.46 ' . Conventional Loans 20.922.333.12 21,038,807.58 Share Loans ; .. 175,426.72 Other Loans , .; , 2,814,878.88 Real Estate Scld on Contract .'.... ..;-. ,,.,,.. 81,978.98 Federal Home Loan Stock 213,900.00 Other Investments 3,874,868.95 Furniture and Fixtures Less Depreciation. 62,665.39 Other Assets '., 18l,644.3t Prepaid Charges ; 96,136.62 ToUl Assets S30,497,318.I4 LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL · , Savings Accounts 27,800,586.06 Other Liabilities ;. 762,978.10 Loans in Process , , 42,594.55 ToUl Liabilities , $28,606,158.71 Total Reserves and Surplus , 1 S 891,159.43 Total Liabilities and Capital $30,497,318114 Thrift Is The Cornerstone Of Financial Security Saving for future needs is the American way. A little money put aside each payday, in a federally insured Savings and Loan account, can help you pay college expenses for your children. Or give you a cushion to help meet unexpected medical bills. Or build that nest egg you'll'need when retirement time approaches. Your deposit in Fayetteville Savings and Loan will return liberal earnings, and your savings are insured up to $20,000.00 by an Act of Congress. FAYETTEVILLE SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION 201 North East Avenue, Fayetteville, Arkansas . A/\ONTGO/\/lER 14,000 MILE GUARANTEE GREAT BUY! 78-SER1ES 4-PLY NYLON CORD AIR CUSHION GLASS-TRACK BELTED ROAD GUARD 30,000 MILE GUARANTEE! TUBELESS BLACKWAU. SIZE A78-13 C78-14 E78-14 F78-14 2 FIBER GLASS BELTS HELP RESIST DANGEROUS IMPACTS, GIVE LONG TIRE MILEAGE. G78-U 6.00-13 6.95-H 7.35-14 7.75-14 8.25-14 8.55-14 8.25-15 8.55-15 REGULAR PRICE EACH* $31 $35 $37 $39 $42 $44 $43 $46 SALE PRICE PAIRS 40.30 45.50 48.10 54.60 60.48 66.24 1.80 2.17 42,000 MILE GUARANTEE STEEL-TRACK BELTED GRAPPIER RADIAL TIRE WHITEWAU 2 BODY PLIES OF DU8A81E POLYESTER CORD GIVE ADDED STRENGTH, SMOOTH RIDING. PASSINGE* CAR TIRE GUARANTEE I Montgomery Word gaaronleei eachef it* patten a«i corffr«feraepKi*[dnimbirafmillvlienviedc« I paiienaer cart or ilatioa wagons, except foxli. If I | ywrtite ccxinots?Y»y«,lhiimir«oB* bauui rfeUcPt in inortiial or worfcrnaniliip, » normal raocT hoiotd fojlur*, · pranol.rt triad trinovt (2/32 Mm or Ira I [ remaining); · ' Montgomery Word will* I. During lh« lirtl 10% of gmmt»d mil»ag, I replace tti« life free, ' I 2. DuiinBrtt«nmalningguorantt«dmn*og»,HploC4 L Tt for o prorala charge bated on iTKleag* vt*rf. I I Nail pwKtuet iepaTr*d free 4n!ng Ifw «mir« gvar- [ anteed n^»aa«. ' Forguorarte»itrvk«an4fld'iuilmefi1*r*furnTTr*fo I ony Montgomery Wofd kronen with KM Cuora BooVlet luxd at tn« tim« of late. Uargeanerl;ritIO%ofg«rcnteedmg«gbti»d I on lelllng pric» In «ffct at th* time- nt lefum at bronlh to which returned,inch ding federal «xdi» tax, Paitenger tiret wed on laxKabf, end motor vehfcta ottier than poii«ig«r cars o[« guaranteed on the i=m. tgiii aaaiiut ilefefli In mateilok and w A78-13 C78-14 E78-U 6.00-13 6.95-U 7.35-14 7.75-14 G78-15 H78-1S 8.25-14 8.55-14 8.25-15 8.55-15 8.85-15 9.15-15 $34 $38 $40 $42 $45 $47 $46 $53 $56 44.20 49.40 52.00 58.80 64.80 67.68 66.24 70.56 76.32 80.64 2.50 2.67 2.92 3.19 Evelyn Hills WE CARE ABOUT YOUR CAR Automotive Open 8 a.m. Daily *With trade-in tire. FAST FREE MOUNTING Phone 443-4591

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