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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

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Northwest Arkonwi TIMES, Wed., Sept. 25, 1974 · T5 rAYITTIVILLI, ARKANSAS Figure Phenomena Colin Camerer a 14-year-nld Johns Hopkins University Freshman, works on a complex math problem as one of the 10 youthful math a n d science whizzes enrolled this fall in the innovative. Hopkins' program, started several years ago by Dr. Julian Stanley. Camerer jumped from the sixth to eighth grade, then to the llth grade at Dulaney Valley High School In a Baltimore suburb. (AP Wlrephoto) · ____ In Brazil Buy Now, Pay Later Becoming 'Pay Never r RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (AP) -- "Buy now, pay later" sales, long the way of commercial life for Brazilian shoppers and merchants, is losing status in this business-oriented country. Statistics from credit bureaus show a growing "pay never pattern in retail trade. Rio's Credit Protection Service says it has fUes on 1.5 million shoppers and 900,000 of them are classified as poor credit risks. The Credit Bureau, in nearby Livestock Report Prices and supply werC| slightly lower during the past weekend's beef and pork' auctions at Fayetteville and Springdale, according to t h e Federal State Market News Service report. Estimated receipts at Fayetteville were 1,300, down 160 from the previous week and down 299 from one year ago. Receipts' at Springdale were 1,000, down 164 from the previous week and down 404 from one year ago. FAYETTEVILLE SLAUGHTER COWS: Utility and ' Commercial: S18.50-S23; High Dressing Utilities: $2323.50; Cutter: $1G.75-$20.80; Canner: .$15.25-517; Slaughter heifers: Good and Choice: 450600 Ibs. $24-$31.25. SLAUGHTER BULLS: Yield Grade 1-2 1100-1640 Ibs. $24-J30. FEEDER STEERS: Choice: 1-2 210-235 Ibs. t35-.15.50; US 1-3 200-225 Ibs. $34.50-535. SOWS: US 1-2 310-335 Ibs. $30.40-$3I; 1-3 301HOO Ibs. $27$28 400-595 Ibs. $26-J27. BOARS: 518-520. FEEDER PIGS: US 1-3 35-50 Ibs. $8.25-$12.50 per head; 50-65 Ibs. $12,50-515 per head; 65-90 Ibs. $20-20.75 per head. 250-900 350600 Ibs. Ibs. $25-530.50--Mostly $26-529.50; High Good and Low Choice: Ibs. $24-526.50; Good: 300-800 300-700 Ibs. 520-525 -- Scattered sales Low Good Holstein steers: 540950 Ibs. $19-520. FEEDER HEIFERS: Choice: 200-250 Ibs. $25-528.25; 250-600 Ibs. 523-526; High Good and Low C h o i c e : 300-600 Ibs. $22-24; Good: 300-600 Ibs. $20-522.50; REPLACEMENT C O W S : Good and Chice 3-6 year olds receipts 700-900 Ibs. $16-522. HOGS: Estimated 500, including 53 sows and 10 boars; week ago 309; year ago 379. Compared to last week's sale: Barrows and Gilts: $.50-$1 higher. BARROWS AND GILTS: US 1-2 230-245 Ibs. 534.50-535; 1-3 200-250 Ibs. $34-534.50. SOWS: US 1-2 255-305 Ibs. $3131.75; US 1-3 275-335 Ibs. $28.75$29.75; US. 1-3 335-400 los. $27.75-528.75; US 1-3 400-500 Ibs. $26.75-$27.75. BOARS: $20-25.25. FEEDER PIGS: US 1-3 30-45 Ibs. 58-S13.75 per head; 45-60 Ibs. $13.75-*15.10 per head. SPRINGDALE SLAUGHTER COWS: Utility and Commercial: H i g h Dressing $18.90-323; Utilities: C u t t e r : $17-?21; Canner: $15-$17. SLAUGHTER BULLS: Yield API Head Sees Gas Prices Leveling Off DETROIT (AP) -- The president of the American Petroleum Institute foresees no new oil embargo by the Arab nations this winter and says rising gasoline prices in this country have leveled off. But Frank Ikard cautioned at a news conference on Tuesday that "all the ingredients that make up a crisis are still there." Ikard, here to attend the W o r l d Energy Conference which has attracted some 3,500 delegates from 85 nations, said: "We're dependent for about 40 per cent of our oil from foreign sources. And we don't know what the weather holds in store for U5. "We are unquestionably going to have some interuptions in natural gas supplies in the Midwest and some portions of the East." He said these would affect mainly industrial users. He estimated that U.S. reserves of home heating oil and gasoline generally are about 10 per cent higher than they were a year ago. He said he does not expect a new oil embargo to develop, but if one is imposed the nation is in better shape to cope with it now than it was last year. "I think the price of gasoline lias pretty well leveled oft." Ikard said in response to a question. "I think you will see Niteroi, says it has 200,000 negative files among a listing o[ 500,000 installment buying customers. In Sao Paulo, Brazil's biggest and richest city, the Credit Bu reau says its negative respon ses to merchants' credi queries totaled 430,000 in the first six months of 1974--u[ from 331,000 in the first half o 1973. Brazilian store owners ex pressed concern about the trend in a recent national meet ing here. "The increase in negatives is a result of the difficulties the people have in meeting their obligations," said Oscar Gimenez, coordinator of the conference. "The bad payer also exists to a large extent because of the ease of buying with credit, without planning the possibilities of paying." Most Brazilian clothing, appliance, variety and department stores all advertise their prices broken down into monthly installments. About 70 per cent of all sales by such stores are made on credit. ' Gimenez said this publicity often makes credit terms look easy, even to low-income shoppers. But he said when the buyer has to choose between meeting an installment and buying food, the installment goes unpaid. Additionally, the Store Owners' Club of Rio reported that total retail sales in August were down nearly 10 per cent from August of the previous year. Grade 1-2 1100-1895 Ibs. $28-$30. Feeder S t e e r s : Choice: 250-500 Ibs. $27-$32; 500-800 Ibs. S2B-S30.50; High Good and Low Choice: 300-700 Ibs. $25-$28: Good: 300-700 Ibs. $21-$25. FEEDER HEIFERS: Choice; 250-300 Ibs. $25-£27; 300-GOO Ibs. $23-$25; High Good and Low Choice: 300-600 Ibs. $22-$24; Good; 30fl-600 Ibs. $20-J22.50. REPLACEMENT C O W S Good and Choice 3-6 year old 675-850 Ibs. $17.50-22 COW AND CALF PAIRS: Choice 3-7 year old cows with 75-200 Ib. calves at side; $280- J300. Good: $2210-275 per pair. HOGS: Estimated receipts 230 head including 33 sows, 5 boars; week ago 199;year ago 176. Compared to last week s sale: Barrows and gilts: $1 lower. . BARROWS AND GILTS: US some .. . reduction of price. But how widespread this will be would depend on what level our stocks are at." UA Students May Register To Vote University of Arkansas students desiring to register to vote in Washington County will have opportunity to do so today and Thursday at a special booth at the Student Union Building. County Clerk Mrs. Ruth Roberts said today that a deputy clerk will register qualified students from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in room .112 of the Arkansas Union building. Two Will Seek Arkansas GOP Chairman's Post LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Bob K. Scott of Little Rock and Marshall Martin of Bryant say they will be candidates to succeed slate Sen. Jim Caldwell of Rogers as state Republican chairman. Caldvvell's term ends in De cember and the Republican State Committee will elect new officers Dec. 6-7 at Little Rock. Martin, 36, a businessman, lias sent a letter to all Republican county chairmen and members of the state Executive Committee notifying them of is candidacy. Scott, 40, is general counsel of the Republican State Committee and chairman of the Pu- laskl County Republican Committee. He said Tuesday that "on he bisis of what I know today I definitely am going to be a candidate" for party chairman. ' ·' , Scott said that whether he formally becomes a candidate depends on who else exprcsse an interest in the office. Nixon Responds To Trealmenl For Phlebitis LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) -Former President Richard M. Nixon is responding well to treatment of the painful phlebitis in his left leg, his physician reports. Dr. John C. Lungren told newsmen on Tuesday in a written report on Nixon's condition that "anti-coagulation therapy was begun after Mr. Nixon's arrival at the hospital Monday afternoon and so far he has responded well." Lungren has refused to talk personally to newsmen, saying he will issue written reports daily at noon. He said each report will be approved by the former president. Lungren has said Nixon will be hospitalized for at least seven days. Anti-coagulant drugs usually laken by intravenous injection, are being used in an attempt to dissolve two blood clots in Nixon's left thigh. Such treatment also is designed to prevent the clots from breaking loose and moving through the blood stream to the lungs or heart, where they could cause death. Nixon spent his first full day of hospitalizalion at Memorial JCPenney Electronics Closeout Great buy! 19" color portable TV with automatic fine tuning. CLOSEOUT 25900 Portable color TV has a 19" screen (meas. diag.) and features a solid state/tube chassis for reliability. Also features automatic fine tuning (AFT) and pre-set VHP fine tuning. 70 position "click* UHF tuner. Attractive beige plastic cabinet. 23 Element Antenna Designed for color and black and white. Now 23«« Now 2988 Orig. 39.95 AC/DC cassette recorder. Features automatic shut-off, built-in condense* mike and automatic recording control. Retractable carrying handle. 4 "C" cell batteries included. 159 Reg. 239.95. JCPenney Mediterranean style console. Has solid state AM/ , .FM/FM stereo tuner; 10" VMQ .record changer; 8 track tape deck with manual or automatic channel selection; two 8" woofers and two 4" tweeters. Now 1988 Reg. 31.95 AM/FM portable radio with weather .band. Includes 4 "AA" batteries and earphones. Now 2988 Reg. 39.95 4 Band portable radio features AM/FM/ Marine and Police band reception. For AC or DC operation. Includes 4 "C" cell batteries and earphone. Medical reading Center on hundreds of Tuesday get-well cards and having flowers sent to him distributed to "patients and children' ' who have not had visitors. Clinton To Speak In Rogers Friday ROGERS -- Bill Clinton of Fayetteville, the Democratic candidate for the Third Congressional District House seat, will be guest of honor at a fund raising breakfast at 7:15 a.m. Friday at the Town and Country Restaurant here. Clinton, who is opposing incumbent Republican John Paul Hammerschmidt, will speak briefly and answer questions from the floor. 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