8 Â· Northwest Arkansas TjMES, Friday, Aug. 30, 1974 Camp Fees Suspended 'Til Spring LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The collection of camphj* fees at U.S. Army Corps of Engineers parks in the Little Rock district will be suspended Tuesday until next spring, Col. Don Weinert said Thursday in a prepared statement. Under a law passed by congress, federal agencies h a v e been required to charge f e e s for use ot certain outdoor rc- reation facilities. The Little Rock district has been charging $2 for overnight camping at 90 ot the 135 parks it operates. No fees have been charged at its remaining 45 parks. The money collected is used to operate, maintain and improve the campgrounds. Weinert also said that record- breaking attendance is expected at the parks during the upcoming three-day Labor Day holiday. Parks where the collection ol camping fees are being suspended are located along t he Arkansas River; Blue Mountain and Nimrod lakes in Central Arkansas; Beaver, Bull Shoals Greers Ferry and Norfork lakes in North Arkansas, anc Clearwater and Table Rock lakes in southern Missouri. Most parks will remain open during the winter with no camping fees charged. Friends Say Nixon Holding Up Well LOS ANGELES (AP) -Friends of former President Richard M. Nixon report he is preoccupied with legal problems but is holding up well physically and mentally in his virtual seclusion at San Clemente, the Los Angeles Times says. The assessment of Nixon's private l i f e in the Times account is based on statements from several persons who have -been in contact with Nixon since his resignation. Most of the sources were not identified. "Every one I've talked to says that Mr. Nixon is on top of things and that he is assessing his problems realistically," said Herbert G. Klein, former Nixon communications director who is now a Metromedia, Inc. executive. "He has a lot of personal decisions to make -- about what real estate properties to keep and other such matters," a other friend was quoted as saying. The Times account cited two basic problems for the former chief executive -- his financial situation and the legal problems confronting him as an outgrowth of the Watergate case. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week! Read it September 8 in \\kty "Beauty You": The Outlook For the New Fall Fashions big loose look is here this fall. Lots of full coats and swashbucf:ling capes will be wrapped isUh yards of scarves and mufflers that go on and on." Thisweek, FAMILY WEEKLY Women's Feature Editor Rosalyn Abrevaya teams up with beauty celebrity Arlene- Dahl for a FAMILY WEEKLY Special Beauty Section. The new designs are the topic, plus a rundown on wearing wigs and tips on makeup to complement the new fashions. "People Quiz": How Are Men And Women Unequal? "Trac or False? Men are really sissies when it comes to enduring pool -- women, cart tolerate more (Jian they can." In spite of all that's been reported recently about sexual equality, there do remain 1 some differences between men and women. This week the FAMILY WEEKLY "People Quiz" examines five areas in Which men have advantages over women -- a n d vice-versa. ' In your copy of the Itaua . NortHvweet ArK. Ftaza ' \ WE'VE America's Most Famous Manufacturer of Jea Was Overstocked.. .We Bought All They Had at Greatly Reduced Prices Ajiilti^ the Savitigs On To Yon! TJTiTKV! Unbelievable Low Price! We can't tell you the name at this low price . .'. but it's the most famous brand in jean cut slacks . . . your very favorite ones! And you get this low, low price only because our great buying power let us buy every single pair they had! Rugged polyester and cotton . . . all with Permanent Press . . . large selection of colors . . . flared bottom. Sizes 28 to 38 waist. A/JE*^ I ft!F SI Favorite Â·Ion us! BANKAMERIMRO Now.. .Three Convenient Ways To Charge Th ^*^2,?? p . ular credit cards P |us VÂ° ur Dillard's credit card .. .At All DILURD'S and DILURD'S Pfeifer-Blass Stores in Arkansas 'TM-TM^"'Â«~Â»^-TMTMw.^5^Â«HÂ«^^^ Open Monday Thru Saturday 10 A.M. Until 9 P.M.
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