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August 5, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Irish Youngsters To Return Home WASECA. Minn. (AP) -- "1 don't want to go back," said 10- yoar-old Marie O'Neill. "It's uch nicer here. The people The youngsters came lo Minnesota, the Dakotas and Wis- Today In History · "''liijiaf5 SipM!.' ·/Awi.w^fK- ^^yZ'^'^''-^^l?^^ v f'"'-..- - '.M^U .^-'''^ "yi^-Sv^ ^ .A BOOT FOR THE IRISH . .etetien-j/cor-old Liam Magill gives a soccer ball a Hick at a picnic Sunday consin June 28 via a project Hibbing, to help escape the Protestant- Catholic violence which plagued Northern Ireland. has Marie, a summer guest of the Joe Jacobs family of Maple Plain, Minn., was not the only one who didn't relish returning home. But some expressed concern for relatives. "I'll be kind of glad to get By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Monday, Aug. 5, the 217th day of 1974. T h e r c are 148 days left in the'year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1063, the United States, Britain and the Soviet Union signed a treaty outlawing nuclear tests In Ihe atmosphere, in space and under water. On this date: In 1858, the f i r s t trans-At- lantic cable was completed. In 1861, the U.S. government levied an income tax for the first time. In 1884, the cornerstone or the Statue of Liberty was laid at the entrance to New York harbor. In 1914, Austria-Hungary de clared war on Russia. In 1962, movie star Marilyn Monroe was found dead in her Los Angeles home. · In 1949; an earthquake in Ecuador' killed 6,000 persons Ten years ago: The Unitec States argued before the U.N Security Council that U.S ombing of Norlh Vietnamese orpcdo boats and their fucil- lics was an act of defense gainst attacks on U.S. war- hips in the Gulf of Tonkin. Five years ago: Three U.S. var prisoners released . by *Jorlh Vietnam arrived by plane n Laos from Hanoi. One year ago: The U.S. Gen- :ral Accounting Office said the )efense Department had spent 24 million not included in its 1972 public affairs budget. Today's birthdays: The first man to set foot on the moon. Neil Armstrng, is 44. Movie director John Huston is 68. Thought for today: There is no substitute for hard work -Thomas Edison. American vcn lor... 1847-1931. in Man Injured SPRING DALE G e o r g e Steen. 38, 503 E. Robinson Avc in satisfactory at Springdal Hospital toda; w a s l i s t e d c o n d i t i o n M e in o r i a 1 following a one-car accidcn about midnight Saturday. ortnWtf Arfeansai'TIMES, Mon., Aufl. 5, 1974 AYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Battery Stolen SPRINGDALE -- Wanda Ar- cr, 709 Porter Ave.told police le battery from her car was olcii late Saturday. She said an old battery was fastened in place of her $36 battery. The vehicle was parked in her driveway at the time of ths theft. i- Hearing Again With Beltone Is A New Beginning For you--The radio and TV can be used at normal volume. Worship fakes on new meaning. The theatre, movies, concerts are enjoyable once more. You regain your confidence on the job. If you have a hearing problem see the Beltone Consultant at the nearest Beltone service center for free test and demonstration of -the latest Beltone model hearing aid. · See Mr. K. O. Woodbridge Thursday, Aug. 8th, 10 a.m. · 12 noon, Town House Motel, FayeMeville, Ark. Beltone Hearing Aid Service 318 W. Walnut Springfield, Mo. G5S06 WASHINGTON (AP; diari defense officials ported dissatisfied with some of the major weapons received from Russia and turning elsewhere to buy new sul and;aircraft. · U.S. intelligence sou port'the Indians are with the performance class diesel-powcred submarines and some jet fighters supplied by the Soviet Un. ion ,as well as spare parts and other logistic support provided by Russia. - As a result, these said, the Indians havs from the British, who be one of their main suppliers. Meanwhile, the reported enlarging weapons industry, supplied home-n tanks and 'other weaponry. Auto Sideswiped ,' SPRINGDALE-A t v accident on the 1800 Princeton Avenue night left one teenager Michelle Helvey, 15, 4 was hurt but did no hospital treatment. She was a passenger driven by Larry K. H of Route 4. According reports, the westbounc car had stopped on tl when a car behind i on the left side, stri left side of the vehicIe.The second ca stop, police said. ght And Delivered it Pie - In- are re- some of received ng else- imarines rces re- unhappy e of F attack jet fight- viet Un- arts and provided sources e shown ying ad- er arms iised to ppliers. an s arc e i r own lich has ifactured nry. · d v o - c a r block of Saturday r injured, of Route t receive in a car elvey, 18 to police d Helvey he stree it passed king the Helvey r did no iased With Russ There is no indication that he Indians are actively consid- ring any major arms procurement from the United States. Unaligned India grew closer o Russia in recent years; par- icularly when the Soviet Union upportcd the New Delhi government in India's war with 'akistan over Bangladesh, 'akistan was backed by Communist China. Russia is reported to have sent India six diesel subs, nine destroyer escorts, surface-to-air missiles, and more than 300 jet fighters, many of which w e r e assembled at Indian aeronaut- cs plants. Indian navy crews went * to Russia several weeks ago to take posession of a seventh sub- ian Weapons marine and a 10th Petya-class destroyer escort, these sources said. For future , arms purchases, Ihe Indians are believed by U.S. intelligence sources to beconsidering the new British Jaguar Jet fighter and the Nimrod anti-submarine warfare plane, among a variety of weapons. These developments fit in with persistent reports that India is expanding its sea and air operations in the Indian Ocean which is receiving increased attention from the United States because" of oil tanker routes passing through those waters. India opposes big power nav al presence in the Indian Ocean. ers," said Jackie Scarsfield. 0. She added, "But America's antastic." They return home Aug. 12. Removed From Cycle Thomas' Wright of 1939 S. School Ave. told Fayetteville police that a speedometer cable and a rear foot peg were removed from his motorcycle Sunday morning. The motorcycle was parked in his carport. 5'/ 4 % 5%% 6'/2% 6 3 /4% 71/2% We nave a savings program «nd interest rate to meet your needs. Fayetteville Savings Loan Association 201 N. East Avenue You Are Invited To Attend VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL Monday through Friday, Aug. 5 through 9 7:30 p.m. Nightly Classes for All Ages Thru Adults OLD WIRE ROAD CHURCH OF CHRIST 2480 Old Wire Road For Free Transportation Cali 443-2080 or 521-3507 Satisfaction Guaranteed · Replacement or Money Refunded SPORTING GOODS SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE ?"· Save $20.00 sojourner cabin tent 10'x 8'tent sleeps four. Made of 6 oz. high count cotton drill. Green and gold color combination. ALSO. 10'x 16'tent. Reg. 129,99 .99.99 Just say 'CHARGE IT!' 54 Regularly 74.99 Save 4.11 2 man back packtent 5' x 7' nylon tent with rip-stop polypropylene floor, aluminum poles, nylon screen window and door. Orange · 15 Regularly 79.99 WENZEL MOUNTAINEER MOUNTAIN TENT Similar to Illustration Reg. 19.99 Sleep two in snug, insect-free comfort. 5'x7' base, 42" high. WENZEL FAMILY UMBRELLA TENT THIS COUPON GOOD FOR OFF THIS COUPON GOOD FOR On Any Purchase in Our FURNITURE DEPT. Expires Wednesday, August 7,1974 On Any Purchase in Our Shoe Department Expires Wednesday, August T, 1974 THIS COUPON GOOD FOR THIS COUPON GOOD FOR COOLERS On Any Purchase of a Lawn Mower or Tractor in Our Garden Deptment Expires Wednesday, August 7,1974 On Any Purchase in Our Furniture Department Major Appliance Department Expires Wednesday, August 7,1974 56 Or. Siz» Reg. 25.49 THIS COUPON GOOD FOR THIS COUPON GOOD FOR On Any Purchase in Our CARPET DEPT. Expires Wednesday, August 7,1974 On Any Purchase in Our Girls Dept. Sizes 7-14 Expires Wednesday, August 7,1974 4 Player CROQUET SET THIS SALE ABSOLUTELY ENDS AT 6 P.M. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 7, 1974. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center 42 Reg. $54.99 8'TO"x8'10" tent of high count cotton drill COLEMAN 72 Quart COOLER M OO .00 Reg. 29.99 COLEMAN 80 Quart COOLER 27.77 Reg. 35.99 IGLOO 84 Quart COOLER 29.97 Reg. 39.99 IGLOO 25 Quart COOLER 7.77 Reg, 11.99 THERMOS 1 GAL. JUG 1.97 Reg. 3.17 Igloo 5 Gal. JUG/SEAT WENZEL PIONEER PUP TENT Similar to Illustration 8.88 Reg. 10.99 4'10"x6'9". Sleeps two. Meial poles, slakes and guy ropes. Colemcm INSULATED JUGS 3 Gallon Reg. 9.47 2 Gallon Reg. 7.47 5.77 1 Gallon Reg. 5.67 4.27 SAVE ON SUMMER GAMES Rubber HORSE SHOES 2.22 Reg. 2.99 Harvard TABLE TENNIS SET 8, Reg. 9.99 ROCKET DARTS 5 m\ Reg. 6.99

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