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October 17, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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10 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurs., Oct. 17, 1974 FAYCTTCVILLE, ARKANSAS Weather Forecast Mild, sunny weather is forecast Thursday lor Hie Pa- · cific coast and central a n d southwestern Plains. C o o l weather is expected from tlie northern Plains lo the North- cast. Rain is forecast in the Dakotas and lower Great Lakes, and showers are expected for southern Florida (AP Wirephofo) Incinerator Ship Still Delays On Waste Burn ; NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- iWorkers struggled with a .plugged feeder line on board ·the incinerator ship Vulcanus today in hopes of soon slarting ·the burning of tons of poisonous industrial wastes. Burning of the material, from ;» Shell Chemical Co. plant, was to have begun Tuesday. : "They say it will be a couple ·of days before they can begin 'incineration," said Clint Pray. r who has kept a sharp eye on 'the vessel, anchored some 130 .miles south of coastal Cam- .eron. La. · Pray, an executive assistant on environmental matters to ^Louisiana Gov. Edwin Ed- ·'wards, strongly protested the ·issuance of a permit to Shell for the burning. : Pray, who plans to run tests FAMILY WEEKlY-Oci 20 i For Tired Cooks: I Make-Ahead i Sonps For Easy { Serving Two delicious tops to ·J; warm the heart on a aid night. '.Smart Cooking JOT tired leooksr ', This week, Food Editor '; Marilyn Hansen shows you how to plan ahead by cooking V a head. The menu includes · two soups that you can make \ a day or two before serving, : then just heat them up- Of, 1 both can be frozen for future use.Theirnames? Mushroom- i Barley Soup and Sausage^.Vegetable Soup. Soups on! · "People Quiz": : Surprising Things Ahont Happiness } "Tne or False: .ogists have searched for the completely happy individual, ~. bat base never found him," : This weefc you can find o«t iwhether you're happy or not. ;Peopte Quiz examines the ·.signs and attitudes that psy- ;'eho(ogiststell us reveal who's ihappy and who's unhappy. ; Read it all. ft may make you -,'bappier, or possibly unhap- "pter. But at least youU know -forsure! ':-. In your copy of the Arkstuoa Zimes the smoke, said tile Vul- anus has agreed' to notify him lien it is ready to burn. Pray nd others had circled the ship an airplane for four hours ucsday before the burn was ostponed. "We will go back out there," c said. "This is the first time i incinerator ship has oper- led off an American coast and hat happens here now could very easily set a precedent fo all future incinerator ships the United States." Pat McCaffrey of Tallaha see, Fla., a special coordinate with Florida's Pollution Contr Department, joined others i an Environmental Protectii Agency ship Wednesday monitor the burning. EPA scientists will che fallout from the incineration HE WEATHER Elsewhere y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thursday Hi Lo Prc Otlk 45 40 .74 cdy clr "clr bany .bu'que marillo nchorage sheville II ant a irmingham . ismarck oise ' oslon rownsville uffalo harleslon harlotte Iricago incinnali leveland leaver tes Moines letroit luluth 'airbanks 'ort Worth ·reen Bay [elena lonolulu Houston nd'apolis acks'ville uneau (ansas City Las Vegas ,itl!e Rock j)s Angeles jouisville Vlarquetle VIemphis iliaini Vlilwaukee Mpls-St. P. Orleans New York Okla. City D hilad'phia 'hoenix 'ittsburgh ·"'Hand Me. Sapid City Seno Richmond 3t. Louis Salt Lake San Diego Seattle Spokane Tampa Washington 73 48 73 50 41 35 .OScdy 67 44 .01 clr 65 46 63 41 77 35 77 43 clr .. clr .. cdy civ 54 41 2.00 cdy 75 49 58 43 clr .. cdy 80 57 .25 cdy 75 48 63 52 60 39 58 40 74 41 67 50 60 42 55 36 26 22 77 52 60 40 78 38 88 72 71 56 61 40 clr .. clr .. clr .. clr .. clr .. cdy . . c d y .10 cdy .. clr .. cdy .. clr .. clr .. clr .. clr 84 60 .28 clr 46 41 .55 rn 71 50 89 60 71 49 99 69 61 41 51 33 66 49 83 75 61 50 62 46 cl: .. clr .. clr .. cl .. cdy .11 sn .. cl .. cd .. cd .. cl 70 45 cl 53 46 1.03 cl 78 49 .. cl 55 46 .82 cl 93 64 .. cl 55 43 .04 cl 49 39 1.00 cd 83 44 83 28 65 40 68 47 70 42 "92 64 70 44 cl .. cl .10 cl . . cl .. cl .. cl .. cl 72 39 86 70 .23 cd 58 45 .24 clr see whether It effects marin life. The burn is expected i take nine days. The Vnlcanus is a Dutch shi owned by a Rotterdam firm It's load of 4,628 tons of corr sive chlorinated hydrocarbon has been eating through sto age tanks at Deer Park, Tex. Shell spokesmen say 99.99fi the chemical is consumed whe it is burned at temperatures 2,192 degrees or more in tl s h i p ' s special combustio chamber. Ford Pushed For Additional $7.75 Billion For Home Buyers WASHINGTON (AP) - De- pite some misgivings, the ad- inistration's top housing offi- al is urging President Ford to gn a bill earmarking 57.75 bil- on in federal money to help ome buyers. However, James T. Lynn, ecrelary of Housing and Uran Development, warned in a ession'With reporters Wednes- ay that it will be some, time efore the housing industry can evive. The industry currently is arting new homes at a rate quivalent to 1.13 million units or the whole year. Even with new federal mon- y, which would come on top of 19 billion in federal funds al- eady pumped into the housing narket, Lynn said he expects it o be 1975 before construction ctivity picks up. And even with helpful devel- pments in the economy, new tarts next year probably will e below the 2 million units ,ynn's agency has estimated .re needed annually to provide Ke nation with decent housing. The housing aid legislation, vhich represents the first re ponse by Congress to Ford's economic proposals last week vould authorize the govern ment to use its borrowing muscle to provide below-mar set loans for home buyers. The version sitting on Ford's desk contains a formula tha egs the interest rate for home myers to the rates the Treas ury pays for its money. Lynn said he would have pre erred complete flexibility setting interest rates, but de spite the formula in the bill 'on balance, its advantage outweigh its disadvantages." Ford had said in his econom :c address that he is preparei .o pump $13 billion into th lousing market quickly to pro vide enoush loans to cover 100 0 new houses at a cost to the vernment of $150 million at rrent interest rates. Lynn said he will wait to see lat developments occur in the Busing and money markets here deciding whether to recom end spending any more of the uthorized money. Meanwhile, the federal Home oan Bank Board announced at the average purchase price a new home jumped by $2,0 to $43,100 in September, nd the effective interest rate n home loans rose to an aver- e of 9.2 per cent compared to 09 per cent a month later. That means the average ome purchased last month re- uired an $11,600 down pay- ent and monthly payments of 258 over 26 years. A year ago, the average new ouse cost $9.000 down and $21( month for 27 years. EXTENSION Homemakers Clubs iiiniiiiiiinn winuniiii! MiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiniiiuiiiiiiaiiii ' tiiiiiiiiiiii!imtiiiwiiiiMnii«!ii«iiiiini»TMi EXT HOMEMAKER CLUBS F1SHBACK Roll call was answered by members telling 1 what they liked best about fall at the Stereo Equipment Reported Stolen Gary Fast of 1314 N. Garland Ave. told Fayetteville police today that several items of stereo equipment valued at $750 were stolen from his home Wednesday night. Fast listed as missing a stereo amplifier, a recl-to-reel tape deck, a turntable, an AM- FM tuner and about 25 stereo record albums. Police said entry was gained by reaching through.a broken window at the rear of the home and unlocking a door. October meeting held In t h · community building. Mrs. Maxine Carncs gavo devotions and members wers invited to 2 hjnchcon at the Oairks Electric Building by Savoy Club. Mrs. Gayle Gay, president also announced the County Council Meeting will be held October 24. Mrs. Jessie Harp served refreshments to nine members. Mrs. Cleatus Bowen and Mrs. Linda Berry will be hostesses tor the November 13 meeting. JEWELRY DEPT. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center WESTCLOX KENO ALARM CLOCK Easy to read numerals, white dial. Reg. 2.99 SALE Ctau OPEN NIGHT 'TIL 9:00 CLOSED SUNDAYS OPEN NIGHT TIL 9:00 GET OFF MY BACK PAJAMA by Talbott 99 Very soft, feminine, multi-color fabric put together in a unique, exciting late-hour outfit. Junior sizes . . . A terrific value at this very special price. Buy for the holidays. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA SELECTED GROUP OF FAMOUS-LABEL, ALL FIRST QUALITY Fall Co-ordinates NOW REDUCED to Includes Slacks, Skirts, Sweaters, Blazers, Shirt-Jacs · Misses and Junior Sizes · Polyesters · Acrylics · Several Famous Brands NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA

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