Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 19, 1973 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas TiMbi, Man., r»b. IV, DENNIS THE MENACE Millionaire Calls Money His Measure Of Success LOS ANGELES (AP) -- "II closer to where I want to go." i wo Ui* in rir« SCOTT, Ark. (AP) -- Willie Earl Slater, 3, and his sister, Barbara Ann Slater, 2, died c bdUucidy iviitn lue at- stroyed their home at Scott on the Pulaskl-Lonoke county line. Authorities said the children's parents, Mr. and Mis. W Slater, and a younger child ie utait-u lor bums al * Little Rock hospital and released. . Officers said they believed the fire began in the kitchen of the home. ' Ih« liMft I* I"* Best Buy For Your Advertising Dollars! would rather play the game of money than do anything else. I've lasted blood and I want more, but I am not a man liv; ing a life of quiet desperation," says 34-year-old millionaire Peter Traynor. In four years he has put together a $20 million business that invests money for physicians. The company, Leverage Funding Systems, showed a $200,000 profit the first year $2 million profit last 'fo/U THREE HOUK / Mft.Wfi£QM. Miami Veterinarian Turns His Home Into Second Zoo and a year. The company's stock has shot from $1 to $20 a share. Traynor says, "I amass money because it measures the success of what I am doing, the way time measures a runner's speed. I am compelled to know how good I am." Traynor is good--the ultimate salesman, say some of his associates. In high school in Boston he turned an afternoon lawn mowing job into an $18,000-a-year part-time landscape business by his junior year. He came to California 10 years ago and started selling insurance. His first year total was $3 million, second year $8.5 million and third year $12 million. TO BE SUCCESSFUL "I came to California to be successful," he recalled in an interview. "I observed successful men and emulated their style, their techniques, their disciplines. Everything I do is geared to success, every step I take is calculated to take me Traynor quit his insurance job. built his investment business and is now branching out into the movie business. Hoping to attract the thrill show fans, he has filmed "Steel Arena." about a daredevil stunt driver. Traynor, who is married and has four children, rises each working day at 6:30 a.m., slips into a sweat suit, drives his $20.000 Mercedes from Beverly Hills to UCLA and jogs seven miles. Where does the money game end? "By the time y o u reach the goal you set out to reach, there's another one ahead of you," Traynor says. "So the game goes on." MIAMI (AP) -- Dr. Ronald Sampsell always take his work home with him. So the veterinarian- at Crandon Park Zoo shares his house with jaguars, b a b o o n s, leopards, lions, hyenas and other animals. "They're such a joy to have around. YOU; get attached to them," Dr. Sampsell said Sun day. His role as a vet includes becoming a substitute parent for newborn animals whose moth- e r s - h a v e died or for those picked on by other animals, he laid. When this happens, he takes the young creatures to his house, a. short distance from the zoo. It is not unusual to see a jaguar pacing v the living room, bearcats swinging from almosl anything by their tails or steal- Ing bananas off the kitchen counter or a baby kangaroo swinging from a clothespin bag on a doorknob. And he said his wife long ago learned not to begin an eve King's conversation with "How did things go at the office to d a y ? " . b u t rather with "WhV are we feeding tonight, dear?" : He said she had learned to ebpe with the various idiosyn cracies of the animals: Aard varks scratch the corners; lions tend to chew the furniture. Hyenas are real packrats pac "You Dr: Sampsell said. "You have to watch them, every minute They'll steal trousers of chairs, and we even found on had taken throw rugs and hid deri them with things under th bed." The veterinarian said most o the animals are returned to th zoo in a few weeks. . r "You have.to be careful no to keep them too long for thei o\vn sake,".he said. "They be cpme. too dependent on you, to people-oriented and won't b able to relate to ether an rrials." '"You not only have to wea them from the bottle, but yo have to wean them from th lother image, no matter what lat image might be," he dded. "For, as soon as you ke them, you're stamped with le mother image, as far as ley are concerned. They are ompletely dependent on you." Sampsell said his children-Jina, 12; Cheryl, 8; and Terri, --gave more attention to the nimals than a lof a d u l t s ould. "When one of the animals is ick, t h e y take their pillow ight down on the floor and ·atch over him. They Kerner Trial Jury Still CHICAGO (AP) -- A U.S. District Court jury begins its third session of deliberation today in the bribery trial of federal Judge Otto Kerner. The seven women and five hem me, aid. more more . give affection, more ·thering," he Fourth World Synod Of Bishops Set VATICAN CITY (AP) D ope Paul VI has summoned he fourth world synod of Ronan Catholic bishops for Octo- Future Ties With Hanoi Predicted NEW YORK (AP) -- President Nguyen Van Thieu of South Vietnam has predicted that Saigon and Hano.i will some day open diplomatic relations. But he says that for now, it is South Vietnam--not the North-that deserves increased U.S, aid. "Now we need more money, we need more work, more Air Force, bill more money, too, for development," Thieu said in a recorded interview telecast Sunday on the ABC-TV show, "Issues and Answers." The in- ber, 1974, the nounced today. Vatican an- terview was conducted last week in Saigon. Thieu repeated South Viet- men jurors, who have been sequestered since the trial began, deliberated seven hours Sunday and five hours Saturday. Federal marshals assigned to jury security said the jury had not indicated any deadlock. They pointed out that the jury has hundreds of documents to study. Kerner, 64, and his longtime associate. Theodore J. Isaacs, are charged with bribery, conspiracy, fraud and income tax evasion. Kerner also is charged with perjury. Kerner, governor of Illinois from 1961 to 1967, is the first judge of a U.S. Court of Appeals to be tried while serving on the bench. The government maintained in the seven-week trial, which began Jan. 3, that Kerner and Isaacs were offered racing stock at bargain prices in 1962 in exchange for giving certain ;roups favorable racing meet- ng dates. The government said that Corner and Isaacs each invested $15,000 and eventually letted $144,000 each from sale of the racing stock. GOOD'/YEAR PERFORMANCE FEATURES- mm PRICED 4-PDrNYlON CORD TIRE CLEAN S1DEWALL DESIGN RADIAL DARTS ON SHOULDERS TRIPLE TEMPERED NYLON CORD CONSTRUCTION AGREAT TIRE IN ITS PRICE CLASS "ALL-WEATHER ET BLACKWALL Size 6.50x13 blackwall tubBltss plui $1,73 Fed. EK. Tax and old OTHER SIZES $ LOW PRICED TOO! 18 Sizes 7.75x14 8,25x14 7.75x15 835x15 plus 42.09 to Jt.30 fed. Ex. TK, ttop-ndln« on siw, awl old tin. 3 WAYS TO CHARGE · Our Own Customer Credit Plan · Master Charge · BankAmericard The pontiff has assigned the synod to debate the "evange- ization of the contemporary world,'.' or the ways and means of updating the Christian reli gion in order to respond more closely to the expectation and needs of modern man. The previous synods were leld at two-year intervals, in 1967, 1969 and 1971. But during the 1971 synod many bishops complained that they had not had enough time for thorough study and research beforehand of the two momentous subjects then under discussion: priesthood and justice. The synod acts as a kind of senate, discussing and voting on recommendations to submil to the pontiff. The recommendations are not binding on the Pope, but he put into practice most decisions of the past three synods. nam's claim that Hanoi has violated terms of the recent cease-fire, and said American reconstruction aid to North Vietnam should be held off until peace is assured. When asked whether the pos sibility of diplomatic recogni tion of Hanoi by Washington would put Saigon in an "impos sible position," Thieu's answe The two also are charged with failing to pay taxes on the full amount of what the government said was a bribe. Kerner, a Democrat, testifiec 3'/2 days on his own behalf dur ing the trial. He denied al charges. "We have to admit that theve is a government, a legal government, with a national assembly and elected like we are here. So I think it is quite normal that now, as an era of negotiations, the era of the cooperation, is open for all, we do not consider that as a problem." "In the future. Hanoi and Saigon will ihave relations, too," he added. Dies At 98 BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) Mildred Lucas Auslin, 98, widow of U.S. Sen. Warren R. Austin of Vermont, the first American ambassador to the United Nations, died Friday. Columnist Dies · MIAMI (AP) -- Larry Thompson, 61, humor columnist of The Miami Herald, died Sunday. "FORD-CHEVY- PLYMOUTH" Muffler INCLUDING INSTALLATION MUFFLERS FOR OTHER MODEL CARS SLIGHTLY HIGHER! BRAKE RELINE · Install drum type brake linings.all 4 ·wheels. Includes VW's, Toyotas, D atstm. Wheel cyls. $8.50 ea.-- Drums turned $3.00 ea. -- Front grease seals J4.7S pr.--Return springs $1,00 ea. extra coat. ENGINE TUNE-UP Other parts extra if needed Includes: · New Sparkplugs · New Points · New Condenser Add $4 for. 8 cyl. autos. Add $2 for Air-Conditioned cats. 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