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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 27

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21 · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Aug. 7, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS -;,,.,. «*^vzz:.?rxK Round The Bend Courageous rounds a buoy in Newport, R.I., Harbor during a sail handling drill for the Americas Cup. Hammersmith Farm is along the shore at right. (AP Wlrephoto) 76ers Sign Powell PHILADELPHIA CAP) -Jimmy Powell, a 6-foot-5 forward from Middle Tennessee State University, has signed to play for the Philadelphia 76ers of the National Basketball Association, the club announced Tuesday. Powell, a native of Morgan ton, N.C., and an eighth-rouni draft choice, averaged 14. points a game last season as i collegian. USDA Reports On Status Of State Crops LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The Arkansas cotton crop was in fair to good condition last week, depending on rain and soil moisture supplies, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said today. · The USDA's statistical re- ortihg service said 25 counties, ocaled in the southern thirc; nd along the eastern border of he state, had adequate soil noislure. All crop conditions ' generally ·aried with : rain ' and soil mois- ure supplies, the USDA said. : The service also said the tale's rice crop was in gooc hape last week. The USDA said . of other crops: Soybeans: Early planted jeans were in good condition iut later planted beans were air lo poor. A few fields were planted last week and crops ii stages of development nee rain. --Corn: The corn crop wai mostly fair. --Sorghum: The crop was i good condition and makin; good growth. ·Wheat: Seedbed prepare lion was .under way for plantin the 1975 wheat crop. --Hay and . Pasture: Mos areas need rain for the nex cutting. --Livestock: High feed price convinced some farmers, to .be gin thinning out their breedin sow herds. Cattle were in goo condition, except in northwe: Arkansas. --Fruit and Vegetables: Wa Greek Cypriots Retreat As Turks Launch Fresh Attack VASSILIA, Cyprus (AP) -reek Cypriot troops pulled ack without firing a shot and ragging their wounded with hem today, as Turkish- in- antrymen launched fresh at- icks behind a continuing artil- ery barrage along the-northern yprus coast.. -"Our : Greek" officers told us ot t o . f i g h t ' b a c k , - ' said a tall, nshaven national guardsman, s he stood with Western newsmen arid watched shellfire 'ursting amidst the hotels and .acalion homes of Vassilia, 12 miles west of the Turkish en- lave of Kyrenia. The attacks; were : a contin- lation of Turkish onslaughts ,hat began 24 hours earlier against the two nearby major lopulation centers of Lapithos ind Karavas. The Turkish attacks had not inly overrun Karavas and Lap thos, but spilled over to Vas ilia three miles further west. A Greek Cypriot officer tolc rVestern reporters that a team of 58 Greek engineers sent into .apithos Tuesday to mine tin road had been trapped in th Turkish advance. "Two of my men swam twc miles . along the coast to Vas sitia today," he said. "Thes told us the rest of the team hac tcrmelon, cantaloupes an sweet corn harvest was riea completion in the southwes The okra crop was short. Wa termelons were not sizing we in other areas of the state hi cause, of the dry weather. cen exterminated." Another English - speaking reek Cypriot told reporters athered at the nearest U.N. eace force observation post hat he had seen 30 of.his com- ades' bodies the previous da n . t h e Lapithos fighting. "Anc lany more were wounded," he aid. North Viet* Capture District Headquarters SAIGON, V South Vietnam (AP) -- After a' fierce battle th Vietnamese troops pene .rated a district town 25, mile southwest ot Da Nang early to day and-apparently captured i the Saigon command reported , A spokesman said radio con tact was lost with the 400 gov ernment rangers after the Com munist troops captured th Thuong Due district headqua ters in hand-to-hand fighting. The command said t h ground attack against Thuon Due began shortly before duo Tuesday after -the North Vie namese fired more than 4 rockets and artillery and mo tar rounds. The town would be the fir to fall in the three-week o North Vietnamese drive sou of Da Nang, South Vietnam second largest city. Three oth itrict towns --the equivalent I U.S. county seats -- are reatened. The command said that on ucsday, the North Vietnamese ittered government positions ) central and northern South letnam with more than 2,600 ounds pf artillery, rockets and orlars. The Viet Cong charged that outh Vietnamese planes on uesday bombed Loc Ninh, the ommunist headquarters 75 miles north of Saigon, and Bu ^op, 18 miles farther northeast. A Viet Cong spokesman" in jaigon said more than 30 civil- ans were killed or wounded at Bu Dop. He said that initial re- orls from Loc .Ninh were that dozens of civilians were killed or wounded when bombs hi treels in the center of town The- South Vietnamese com nand said it had no reports o uch a raid: In Cambodia, insurgent gun iers shelled.Plinom Penh for ; ourth consecutive night. Tin military command said two ·ockets killed one and woundet two persons^ Insurgent forces have beei within-rocket range of th ecapi .al's southern fringe for tw weeks in a swamp across th Mekong River. The TIMES k On Top of The News Seven Days a Week! EXPERT WATCH REPAIR SWIFTS a North Ranchers To Offer Beefalo To Meat Market IIAYNES, N.D. (AP) -- A air of ranchers in south; 'csteni North Dakota a r e .ailing a herd or animals they ope will revolutionize · the na- on's meat industry. · t Dave and Buster Mcrwin are aising Beeialo, a hybrid ol uffalo and beef cattle. ' The Merwins say Beefalo icat contains less Tat, is high- r in protein and is more ten- er. They add it will sell for bout 40 per cent less than cef. . : "I'm convinced this is the coming thing, said Dave Merr vin, who, in partnership with lis father, · has artificially in- eminated 1,100 head of cattle vith Beefalo semen. The Tirst calf crop: is ex : pected next spring. Dave said he expected the Beefalo to take over a large part ot the nation's meat sup- )ly within 15 years. "How can t miss," he said. ."Surely- the consumer is going to want a better quality meat at a cheap- w price." ·sva-% 71/2% We have a savings program and interest rate to meet your needs. Fayetteville Savings Loan Association 201N. East Avenue Horn Made BISCUITS 8 Oz. 10 COUNT Coleman Fresh BUTTERMILK Vz Gallon Ctn. Chef-Way Pure Vegetable COOKING OIL 24 Oz. Bottle Starkist Light CHUNK TUNA 6Vi Oz. Can Brown's Best Great Northern WHITE BEANS 1-Lb. Bag Unity Pure SWEET CREAMY BUTTER 1-Lb. Pkg. Savory New Crop Pure Strawberry Preserves 18 Oz. Jar Crystal White Liquid Determent Big 48 Oz. Plastic WEIGHT WATCHERS SOFT DRINKS Root Beer -- Cola or Lemon Lime 32 Oi. Boiile UNITY FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 6 OZ. CANS 3 Thank You Brand PUDDINGS 17-oz. Cans Ready To Serve 3 Flavors MEAT DEPARTMENT Armour's Pan Size BACON 12-oz. Pkg. 98 Blue Ribbon FRANKS 12-or. Pkg. 69 5 - M $100 Blackburn WAFFLE SYRUP 16-oz. Jar 29 Banquet Frozen COOKING BAGS 5-oz. Pkg. PRODUCE DEPARTMENT Fresh Head LETTUCE 2 Heads Red Jeno's FROZEN PIZZAS 13'/ 2 -Oz. Pkg. POTATOES Crimsons Sweet Watermelons 10-Lb. Bag 20 AV. Fresh NECTARINES Thompson Seedless White Grapes Lb. Lb. 49" 79" 99 39 49 HEINZ ASSORTED RELISHES 9%-oz. Jars 3 i $ 1 King GOLDEN CORN l-lb. Cans 4; $ 1 Unity Balhroom Tissue 2-Roll Pkgs. USDA Choice BEEF SIRLOIN STEAK 1 39 Lb. USDA Choice BEEF SWISS STEAK 98 Lb. Stock-Up Now! CHUNK BOLOGNA Lb. Ground BEEF Tib. Pkg. USDA Choice BEEF CUBE STEAK Lb. 1 69 USDA Choice BEEF RIB STEAK 1 39 Lb. Country Cupboard Sliced Smoked · HAM · BEEF · TURKEY · CORNED BEEF 39 L Each 3 OZ. PKG. Fireside VANILLA WAFERS 14-oz. Bag 48 Hate's Round Box ?! Leader SALT 26-oz. Box Allen's Cut GREEN BEANS 1-1b. Cans 4 R Unity Giant Box DETERGENT SAVE 40c Pine Sol BATHROOM CLEANER 17-oz. Can 49' 10 Unity Frozen ICE MILK All Flavors -Gal. Ctn. 59 WE GLADLY REDEEM USDA FOOD STAMPS Hours: 7 to 9 Mon. thru Sot. -- 8 to 6 Sun.I Prices Effective Thru Saturday

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