Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 25, 1974 · Page 16
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 25, 1974
Page 16
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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thgrs.,. July 2,5,..1974 FAYETTF.VILLE, ARKANSAS . , ' . ,. " ,'\'M r *·.*y · x' 1~ * ^ t ' ·*/, '~l~ '^"' ;·»·· * · · ' · * ' "^ . · /v.v^--^*n*s;;-.', -··*'· H^ ,v -v ·«'. v v^i: -.. '^./:^StL%-.rSs£^ ( Eleanor Kirhiialfick ot Cora- 1 villis, Oi'C. is surroiinilcil by J fawns wnh rccognixe licr is t Ilicir m n f l i c r when it comes J time for feeding. Tlie Kirk- » Patrick house ,is at tlie E. E. Dearly Beloved Wilson Game Management Area. Tlie fawns bave h ' e e n turned in by well meaning c i ( i ·/, c-n s wlio misliikcnly thoiigbt (hey liad been or- phancil: Tliey are foil every four hours from 6 a.mi. till If) p.m. and w i l l - h e turned loose a f t e r limiting season. (AP Wircpliolo) | Slate Veterans To Receive Education Aid I LITTLE ROCK AP) -- Edu- balion assistance checks arc to he mailed by the end ot. July to about 550 veterans attending Arkansas schools under the GI Bill, the- Veterans Administration said. [ The checks are to go to veterans whose eligibility for, the program was extended 'two years under legislation signed Into law July 10. ·' The old, eight-year limit on Using school benefits for veterans wild loft m i l i t a r y , service between Jan. 31, 1955 and July J, 106fi expired June 30 for those 550 veterans. Veterans in school at the time the new bill was can be paid for training ' received beyond the ·_ Tlie VA said checks amounting to $220 a mouth for a single veteran attending ' sclnrph full time normally are mailed in advance of the month of training; The VA made advance preparation to mail the. checks in case the liew legislation was approved. Checks to those whose eight years had not expired wore not disrupted. Tliey now have eligibility up to 10 years. --Eligibility had expired i for about 4 million veterans. Of those, about' 55,000' were summer schools and lOO were taking correspotidenc courses. The- two-year extension al applies to eligible wives a n widows of veterans who tra under the VA's dependent educational assistance act a'n to veterans who take farm co qcrative, flight, apprentice an on-the-job training. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week PSC Hears More TesHmony On LITTLE ROCK (AP) ·-- Tlie ublic Service Commission was ild Wednesday that even with crubbers operating al 90 per cnt efficiency, the- proposed /liite Bluff power plant could xccecl the state's a i r quality tmclard under worst case con- ilions. Dr. Michael D. Williams of anla l''o, N.M., was testifying Arkansas Power Light| o's. proposal to-build an $890 lillion coal-fired generating lant on the banks of the Aransas River near Redficld. Tlie atmospheric conditions lal could produce the most evere ground level concontra- ions of sulphur dioxide by his alculation might occur about nee a year. Williams is a consultant to ie state Planning Department. He [old the PSC that lie did ot consider state or federal mfoient air quality standards dcquale to protect the' environment. He also questioned the capa- iility or the proposed plant to ncct the federal government's icrformance standards for hew wllution sources on sulphur lioxidc, which is a total -missions standard, and plume ipacity and the state's 30-minute standard for sulphuric acid emission. Discrimination Suit JONESBORCv Ark. :(AP) ;#,- Thirtccn blacks' have filed :' : a class action suit in U.S. District j o u r t against the Craw- 'ordsville School Board and Supt. G. B. Pounccy. . The plaintiffs are among the 'ormer_. and present faculty members of Hie Crawfordsvilte School District. '· The suit accuses the sclioo official of discriminatory pol icies against blacks and females. . . . i . . - . ' . · "The suit; alleges "that /(lie hoard and the superintendent s discriminating against black teachers by··. discharging them and encouraging' their retirement rather than white teachers. ' · iVAUGHI \MED EOS S. School EXTRA HEAVV DUTY BATTERIES CRUJMBO'S Long Sleeve Dress arid Sport SHIRTS Enro -- Oleg Cassini -- Mack Short Sleeve Dress and Sport SHIRTS Enro -- Mack -- Munsingwear-- Lion One Group SUITS and 20%SPORT 33'/ 3 % COATS 50% SALL SALE j Prioe Laejiina Cabana Sets and Suits iATHFJ Gesco -- Lakeland -- Oleg Cassini Bill Parry -- Enro PANTS One Group 1 1 2 . 3 " 2 " 3 J-aymor Ruby -- Hubbard Patterns Leisure SUITS 1 2. 2 " 3 Munsingwear Ron Postal TEHN1S WEAR Shirts -and Sweaters N.W. Arkansas Pf-aza, Fayetteville Open 10 a.m.--9 p.m. MALL WALK SALE FRI. r JULY 26 AND SATURDAY,JULY 27 17 Jewel MEDIA WATCHES 10 Reg. 17.95 Close Out Special Men's and Ladies' Special Selection CURTAINS and DRAPES Values to 8.97 I^IHHHH Men's Boys' SWIM SUITS Values to 4.29 PRICE ··· FOAM MINNOW BUCKETS Columbian Enameled Cookware to Values to 4.29 MIH Ladies' Sleeveless DUSTERS 2 M Reg. 3.49 ··· Crystal ASH TRAYS One Rock Miscellaneous LADIES' SPORTSWEAR 2 00 PRICE TERRARUIM PLANTS 100 Reg. 79* Each ·^^·i Men's Boys' WALKING SHORTS «/j Values to 7.99 ·^··H Wood Canvas CAMP STOOLS 100 Reg. 1.69 m^mm Aluminum Cookware POTS and PANS ,33 Each ·· Special Selection Ladies' Casual SANDALS 100 Special Selection PICTURES 100 Reg. 73M.19 One Rock Miscellaneous Ladies' SPORTSWEAR and DRESSES LADIES' WIGS 4 00 2:5 00 Reg. 1.67 Values to $5.00 Special Selection ^·M Special Selection FISHING LURES Flat Fold Material Yard 1 H Special Selection Ladies' DRESS SANDALS 766 799 Values to 5.99 ·^··1 Foam Surf BOARDS Reg. 3.98-5.98 Reg. 5.99 Each I^MHH PICTURE FRAMES 2.73-7.41 8"xlO" - 24"x30" Reg. Reg. 3.79-10.29 ···· MEN'S JEANS 00 Values to 7.99 ·HIM Special Selection SUMMER JEWELRY 00 Values to 2.00 tmmm Special Selection PLASTIC WARE 66 C ea Each Special Selection SANDALS I 59 1" Values 2.99 wmmmm Large 16-oz. ICE TEA GLASSES 100 LOOK FOR UNADVERISED SPECIALS THROUGHOUT THE MALL WALK DON'T MISS OUT

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