Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 12, 1972 · Page 2
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· Northwest Arkansas TIMES. Sat., Aug. 12, 1972 rAVKTTKVILLI, ARKANSAS Rarnay Student Leaders I Student Council officers at Ita- may Junior High school, r elected this past spring to serve for the 1972-73 school term are from left Sam Pitts, vice president; Mike Garner, president, Tommy Powell, treasurer and Julie Williams, secretary. (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) :; Bentonville ?' Council Okays * Disposal System BENTONVILLE --Two or dinances providing Bentoniiille with the ways and means of a solid waste disposal system were passed in 'City Council meeting this week A $163,000 bond issue to finance the disposal system and an ordinance to take immediate · action on the purchase of ^equipment was approved by tt'seven of the eight-man council ·Uat Bentonville's City Hall ^Alderman Mick.Ely was not in ^attendance. . City Attorney Floyd Rees and ...xGaiy Kennan presented the ^ordinance lo the council The .cnmamimous vote was taken Rafter a suspension of the rules {for a second and third reading James Womeldorff, an in '-.vestment broker from Little e. Rock who will sell the bonds, vA\vas in attendance at the canceling. " The second ordinance stated · "the lack ot a d i s p o s a l ·^'system was a hazard to the ^health and safety of Bentonville a n d gave Mayor Ernie '/'Lawrence and City Clerk Vida ', Simpson the power to take t , immediate action on the pur A chase of needed equipment anc waived competitive bidding for ·;4he project wii Four ordinances, concerning t. rezonmg of real estate within Othe city, were passed by the -council. ,,, An Ordinance was; passec with no negative votes for a ^ rezomng of residential land in ;/-d6 w n t o w n Bentonville to i 'commercial The Benton County "service Corporation, a sub I'iidiary of Benton County "Savings and L o a n , will be located on the rezoned property Teen Arraigned On Theft Of Racks Cliflon'Dell Smith, 19, .of 801 uccess St., Springdale, was. ar- aigned Friday afternoon in Vashington Circuit Court on a rand larceny charge stemming rom, the Aug 1 theft of two ewspaper racks from in front f a Springdale store He leaded innocent to the charge. Smith and Gary Parsons, 17, f Springdale, were charged . 3 by Deputy Prosecutor McCann with the theft of le Tulsa World and Springdale racks from the SavMor Business Notes ;;" BENTONVILLE-- Total asset f,pf Benton County Sayings am '..J-oan Association exceeded. th t.^lp million mark 'for the firs 'time on July 31, according t .·ran announcement, this wee -' from John M. Douglas, presi ' H:,'.-The association, which bpene; its doors in Bentohyille on Nov . ")A, 1964, has grown more tha j^l'/i million in the seven month of this year.. In making th j, announcement, Douglas stated .-, "We are extremely pleased wit l ; this rapid, yet. sound growth ·;It means that we can serve th i.Benton County area home finan icing needs even better in th ; future, a goal to which we ar ..committed." ., Hole Shot In Car Windshield Friday ... SPRINGDALE -- :A hole wa shot in the windshield of a ca belonging to Victor Ferryman Shady Grove Momibe H o m Park,. Friday night in th Hickory Creek area of Beave "Lake. Ferryman told police h found the bullet hole in th glass after he returned to h jCar from the lake. The Bento .County sheriff's office is ir Vcstigatlng the incident. ' Suit Settled f ' A $919' 'suit in a two-ca ^collision March 25 at Hwy. 7 -ipd'the Kroger parking lot ex has been settled by . com · promise. Suit was filed · fjancy J. Henderson, driver '-/one car, against · George * Hcndrlckson, owner .of th ·.,»econd car,/ and · Dovle M ?,Westbrook, of Muskogee, Okla ,',«· driver. f!,\ -The .§u!t .was ' for propert 4*m«ge, . medical care an ·^rnental anguish. \f.f. · i ;/ ' ' ' Uper Market,, 809 E. :Emma, Following arraignment; Smith r as released without bond to ie custody of his parents. 4-H Club News WHITE RIVER Robert Paschal was elected resident at the August meeting Itended by 22 members a n d ve" leaders at the community ullding. Other officers are Alan Baker, ic e president;. Leonard iabbard, secretary - treasurer; }arrell Shumate, reporter; iecky Hicks, photographer anc istorian and Mr. and Mrs illen Shumate, main adult jaders. Reports on the Washington D.C. citizenship short course nd the Kentucky exchange trip vere made by Becky Hicks 'erry Hall, Leonard Gabbard nd Darrell Shumate. 'Ronnie Harris .PRAIRIE GROVE Officers were "elected at the August meeting and discussions leld on .the Fair Booth, '4-H Foundation Drive and iWimming party. Linda Hatfield is the presiden and will be assisted by Ray D oindexter, vice president tfark Kinion, secretary reasurer; Donald Hatfield reporter-photographer;. .Sherr Thomas, song leader; Charlotte Thompson, recreation leade and Mr. . and Mrs. Elber Jewell, main adult leaders. Donald Hatfiel ELKINS The annual election of Officer was held in conjunction with a wiener roast and watermelo 'east at the home of Jeani Barter. . : ,. · The new officers are Jimm Swope, president; Janet Easley vice president; Vicki Blevfns secretary-treasurer;' C o n n i Fitzgerald, reporter; Jean] Carter, photographer; LouAn Buck, Lisa Williams and Jeani Stokenbury, song leaders; Ger Williams .and Lou Ann Bucl recreation leaders; Mr. an Mrs. Billy Williams, adult mai leaders. Connie Fitzgeral Archaeological Survey Gets $70,300 Grant The Arkansas Archaeologies urvey has received a.grant o 70,300 from the : Nationa cience. Foundation for a lojecl aimed at compiling a omputerized archaeological da a bank for the state, according Dr. Charles R. McGimsey II. director of the Universit. f Arkansas Museum anc urvey. ,.; . · - : . : The project 1 wiU'be'directec y. Dr. Robert G. Chenhall ssistant .anthfopb ogy and Survey archaeologist ·le will be assisted'by Mrs a'ndra Scholtz, research assis ant, who will supervise raduate students and under raduate employes in computer zing large'quantities of data ohcerning archaeological site hd artifacts in the state. The Arkansas Archaeologica urvey is an enterprise of the ;fite .. government , and .the ublic supported institutions 6 igher learning in Arkansas. ;I ·as created by an act of th 967 Arkansas. General: Assem ly and has its headquarters a ie .University of Arkansas. Chenhall said the ,'com puterized data bank would b maintained at t h e UA for th use of all Survey members. : s hoped, he said, that it wi erve as a model for othe .tales in the nation, with tt ultimate goal being high^spee computerized recovery an ransmittal of 'archaeologies data throughout the Unite itates. DEVELOPED C h e n h a l l h a s d o n preliminary work on th iroject for the past couple years, and has already develop ed the computer language an programs that will be neede The survey has'been affiliate vith t h e - national Museu C o m p u t e r Network, whfi "acilitates exchange of into mation, for more than a year. Chenhall said the two-yea project funded by the NSF w." involve the conversion to computer file of all records o .he 6,000-plus archaeologic sites in the state, and the ar 'acts recovered from those site ft is also hoped that all t h Museum artifacts, archaeoloi ca! .arid otherwise, c a n be recovered from those sites. It Museum artifacts, archeological a n d ' otherwise, can be catalogued on the computer, and this eventually will involve hundreds of thousands of entries, Chenhall added. "We hope to build a giant indexing system that will make available rapidly and accurately thousands of bits of information that might be needed for research," the UofA professor said. EXTENSION .WEEKLY SCHEDULE I Extension llomovnakor clubs Washington County will meet ceo I'd Ing to the follow lug chcdulo during the week ot u g ' l l Monday: Young Iloniemakers, is Billy Tucker, 7,30 t m. Tuesday: Window, Mrs, Betsy mlth,7p,trV\ '- I Wednesday* Rhea. community illding, "l*$t VmVr r ,S«]em, znrks Electric, 10 a"lrt Thursday: Farmlngton, ;club ouse 1-30 p m , ; -Highland, ommunity UUjlding. 11 JO « m ; heny Belle, Mrs . H ^iles, :30 a,.nV. Friday: .Buckqor, .Mrs,. Eula sborno, 1:30 p.m. i MEADOW VALLEY Theie were 16 members resent for the August meeting t t h e Mount Comfort Community House. ··;· ;;'··;-,' Roll call was answered by lembers describing items for ie Fair- Bazaar.' 1 Ruth Shaw Obituary niillli!l»l!il!ill!ll!ll!!li!!lli:ill!«l!ll!ll!l!n!M!!IH«l WILLIAM HALL William L. .Hall, 85,. of 'ayettevllle, died this morning i a Springdale nursing 'home, .orn.Sept; |; 9i:. 1880.11 vPeoria' .1.. -he. 'was - a ^MethodisiS'ah'd member of. the Woodmen of he. World.. ' ,. . i Survivors.are the widow, Mrs. ;uth Hall of the home; one son, 'ernon ot i Fayettcville; one rother, Charles of ' Topek'a, Can.; nine grandchildren and .ye great-grandchildren. Arrangements will be an- ounced by Nelson's Funeral Home. ' MRS. AUDREY REA Mrs. Audrey Beryle Rea, 71, f Springdale,: : .. died in a ipringdale hospital Friday. Born April 16, 1901 in Glasco, Can., the daughter of .Andrew ind Farm Weaver Franks, she vas a ' r e t i ' r e . d Fayctteville .chool. teacher, a member ol D hi Beta Kappa, the Order o Eastern Star and the Methbdisi Church.. .-, Survivors are the husband Seorge, ,Rea o f ' t h e homei tw ;ons, Dean of Eugene, Ore. anc Richard G. of Fayetteville and ;ix grandchildren. Funeral service will be at j.m. Tuesday at Trinity Unitec Methodist'Church with burial in a t i o,n a 1 Cemetery under direction o f - Nelson's Fiinera" Home!- , , ., Meniorials "may be made to he American Cancer; Society. · JOE GILLILAND Springdale -- Joe D. Gilliland 2, of Springdale, died Friday light in a' Fayetteville; hospital Born, ·Oct^ i 3, 1880,,'at: Goshen was "'a'.retired'farmer, i ormer; resident of the Wyman community, and a member o" .he Church of Christ. ' Srvivors are two daughters Mrs. Elbert Cosby of Whittier if., and Mrs. Joe Steele o Springdale;; two grandchildre and four greatgrandchildren: Funeral. service w i l l be a 10:30 a.m. Monday at Sisc iTuneral Ohapel with burial 1 the Bluff. Cemetery. JESSIE LANE _ Rogers -- Sp. 4 Jessie R Lane, 19, of .Rogers, statione in Colorado, died Friday nigh in a Joplin, Mo., hospital a a result of injuries receive Friday afternoon in a car ac cident near Neosho, Mo. He wa born. Mar. 23, 1953, in Baker sfield,.Calif. Survivors are the widow, Mrs Nancy Ford Lane of Rogers his father, Roy Lane, an mother, Mrs. Ruth Lane, hot of Rogers; the paternal gram mother, Mrs. Everett, Clark Rogers; one ' brother,'. Lath California; and two sisters Mrs. Cloretta Watkins of Rogei and Mrs. Rosetta Hams i Kansas. Funeral arrangements will b announced by Callison Funera ome in Rogers. WINSLOW The slate of officers for th coming year was elected at the August meeting in the L. H. Beneke home. They are Marilyn Bradley, president; Elsa Beneke, vice p r e s i d e n t ; Kathie Lyons, secretary-treasurer; John Beneke, reporter; Ann Harbison, main adult.leader. John Beneke Woman Killed PARIS, Ark. (AP) -- Georgia Ann Owens, 63 ,of Delaware (Logan County) was killed Friday night in an accident in front of her home. State Police said the woman got off a bus in front of her home and walked Into the path of a car driven by Edward L. Ncedham, 16, of Subiaco. A-S.T.E.r. COUNSKUNO CENTER (A Solution la Ertir ProdiTM) «M K. nouidli - TniFrlA Qnre, Artran*:u Acnxa Prom RnllleffrM Fart ·INHY I, HAL* Cw»ut\ttr W-tUt Construction Suit Filed Mr. and Mrs. B.H. Kin- swprthy of Fayetteville filed a $1,020.99 suit in Washington Circuit Court Friday against Vernon E, - Pittman In the allegedly faulty construction of a house Mrs. Kinsworthy bought from the defendant. The Kinsworthy's ask. $600.9!) for corrections to the footings and foundations of the residence, plus $420 to correct cracks in the brick exterior. Damages are s o u g h t . In connection with a warranty ol construction t h a t Pittman allegedly executed but failed to honor. The house is located in Pittman's Northwest Subdivision, "HEROIN HOTLINE" IHion* (800) 368-5363 Tdl.rrt* To Report Information on Heroin Pusher* To Federal Agents Woman Injured In Collision Mrs. Cheryl Ann Dorman, 1 f Route 8, Fayetteville, wa reated for minor injuries 1 private physician Friday aft. he car she was driving wa truck from the rear by a true ear the entrance to Front! irlines on Hwy. 71 south. Police identified the driver he truck as John Frederic 3, of Joplin, Mo. He told poll e saw the Dorman'car halU n traffic and applied his brak iut failed to stop in time. Unhurt were three passenge i the Dorman vehicle, Mr .inda Fcnncr, 22. Scotty Fe ier, 1, and Mary Fenner, II of West Fork, and o.. lassenger in the truck, Norma ?ure, 31, of Galena, Kan. reeled the program on "Homo -,W!i6ro,lho Heart is." Mrs. (»:.-..GUllUl-.JlCllldllOlCd---U0 .sincss session in the absence the president, lyirs, Loutse I e r 1 y . Mrs, Opal Hart spluycd « picture made, from led seeds mid (lowers,'.C'. : Hostesses were Mrs,rBoulaj\ arkhuvst impbsll and Mrs.' J Nollie The Sept, « meeting will be Id in the home of Mrs. Lottie ·ouch. Ruth Shaw Area News Briefs OMMITTEE:,TO MEET!" ': The newly organized advisory mmittee for the Washington unty' Health DepartmentWill eet at 3 p.m. Tuesday.KU'the dep'artment on; N o r t h reel,' i . ' ; . . . '...\ '.' . . Officers will be elected a n d ditional committee members cruited. . , , . . . Other items on the agenda in- ude projects' f or the. commit- e, discussion of needs of . t h e epartment and tommunity and t report by Michael O'Cajn, Ublic ! healtl. vesligator. venereal control NDS CRUISE . . Seaman. ^Michael .p.--Graiie, on of Mr. and Mrs ; . B.v-VV. raue .of Route 1, Fayetteville, as relurhe'd to 'his :home port- i San Diego, Calif., after a lort cruise to the -Western Pa- fic aboard t h e carrier USS iconderoga. OMPLBTES : SCHOOL ' - I Airman Apprentice Stephen Pi; ears, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilam L. Sears of Springdale, has ompleted the naval Aviation Iructural Mechanic School at Memphis, Tenn. : : · OUTH INJURED :/ --'·'-····',' Luther Slowers of Elkins no- tied the sheriff's office Friday ight that his son was injured a rack thrown by a wheel a, water truck as'the youth, an alongside the'highway to et into shape for football.: . Stowers said he did hot wish o press charges but would re- uest the driver of the yellow ruck to pay for his son's medial bills. He was advised; ;tp ontacl .Municipal i Judge Rlch rd Wells. '· . Scholarships Awarded Two At University Two freshmen nt the Univor slty ot Arkansas main chmpll! have received .sclioliirshlpa under The American Institute of Architects - Ford Foundation scliolnrshlp program For dlsnri yahtnged minority students. ,; They?are Bruce Peterson o Mltlo Rock.and Ronald R o s of Pine!Bluff,\Tlioy are amoni 34 students In (lie nation award ed .such .scholarships this,year according to the AIA. This year's winners, four o whom are w o m e n, Includ blacks,' Orientals, Mextcnn Americans; a Puerto Rlcan nn a n A m e r i c a n Indian. Thej bring to 95 the total number o students who Imyc been:give jhe. opportunity to obtain an ar chitcclural education under Iho social scholarship program, th AIA said. . The program attempts'to giv scholarships, not just to thus youths in financial need, but t those who otherwise, would no have other means to obtain professional education, Finan cial aid to each of the students who are scattered among A architectural schools, varie according to need, a n d i renewable for five or six year until the first architectura degree is awarded. ... '.·'' .The program began in; when -the AIA · and For F o u n d a t i o n each pledge $500,000 to support thre separate groups of student This is the third a n d ' fina group. AIA,. however, hopes I continue the program on. i own. . : ··'· The 44 recipients in the natio were selected from 150 student nominated by high schoi counselors, community desig centers, individual architect and local chapters. Cattle Dealers Suit Dismissed A lawsuit filcil In Wnslilngloi.i biiuccry Court Mny 1 »y Jnnlol H. Thomiis and Hoborl (, Purdy, o a t t l o dealers, gainst 0/.ark Cattle Farms, lie.,..tor--specific, pcrforninnco f n contract to buy 20 licnd }f cattle has been dismissed on ho motion ot the plnlnliffs. They filed 'tho suit lo Insuro delivery of tour hcltcrs and 10 c a l v e s . o f n now breed from 'ingnst CnslleV Scotlnnd. They Alternatively asked dninnges ot ;598,00, which included $36.00 596,000, Which Included $36,000 lontract price and the United States market price ot the new jreed, plus damage to their nislncss reputation. ' They said In the suit that the cattle would have been among he first ot that breed shipped lo the United.States. Overseas Schools To Be Dr. Gordon 3, Parsons, «ti education o f f i c i a l with Iho United Slates Dopmiinont of Stiito. will speak lp Iho University ot Arkansas chapter of Phi Delta Kamin J 1011 " 1 '"^,J"'" ?*' 'dwmtlonul [raloriwy, slomil Wednesday. Dr. Parsons w i l l ' spoak, oh "Amcrlcun Overseas Sclioo s ut a liihelicoh iVieQll»« o f , , e Agri Division At UA Appoints Five To Posts privnVa 'dlnlnij room . o f e Arkansas Union. .Dt. Parto, who is regional edUQnlton , officer for the Office ot Overseas Schools, Is serving us a vising professor in tho UA College, of c l i v during Hie current RRESTED ' ; : Robert 1 Earls Jr^, 25, of,'1019 . Holly St., arrested e a r l y unday on a warrant charging mbezzlement, pleaded innocent t His arraignment Friday' af- 5rnoon in Washington Circuit lourt! . . · ' "' " '· , " . Earls is accused of embez- ling $155 from Anything, Inc., vhile employed'as manager of Jlendale Apartments owned by he corporation. Tne charge las pended since it was filed May 2.''"-''. ' ' ;';."." .. . ' to . begin serving a 21-year sentence handed down Aug. 19, 1971, in a knife assault of his duplex neighbor, Mrs. Andrea Jones, 25. , . ... ' . - · . R u s h ' s attorney, public defender John Lineberger, had carried the conviction to the Arkansas Supreme Court on appeal, but the court upheld Washington Circuit Court. Rush was given the maximum sentence on the charge, assault with intent to kill. - . ; The incident in which he was convicted occurred at about 2 a.m. May 26 at 130 Baxter St. Rush was arrested and charged after Mrs. Jones, undergoing hospital treatment for knife slashes;: 'tjold; : police 1 .'^Rush stabbed 1 her'when she "let him into her apartment to make a phone call to report an alleged burglary at his home. The' appointment ot an assistant profe'ssor : 'aiid five research Assistants', . i n the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture has been an- nounced'by Dr. 1 John W. White, yice president for agriculture. .Dr..:Arthur J. Mueiler, the assistant professor, and three of the . research. assistants are In the ,:Entomology ; Department! The other two .will assist with research in the Departments of Animal S c i e n c e s , a n d Agricultural ^.Economics and Sociology.; · ' ; . ; Mueller will conduct reserach on .the biqlog^ and .control of insects atlackihg"'s'oybeans and cotton, Under arvNSF grant. Charles R. Reynolds and Albert M.-Love'will assist with research on cotton insects under g r a n t s from- the USDA ·Cooperative State Research Service.- . · Edward V. Gage is the third assistant In'entomology. He will help with research on control of forest insects. H. Doyle Morrow, the new ciences, will assist with esearch on turkeys. In; the field of agricultural cpnomics, David J. Ellison will ssist with a ifinancial analysis f agri business firms and farm ervice cooperatives. Dr. Mueiler will assume his ,ew ' duties -Aug. 16. The e s e a r c h assistants have already begun work. . during summer term. , . ^ All Plit Delta Kappa, members ,,ra welcome lo attend ..the lunchcoii, according ip ; .,Pau Smith, UA'graduale student and president of the ·chapter. Roaorvalloris-, should be made with Mabe Davidson.-.Graduato Building, telephone .5.75-4208, by noon Tuesday, Smlth'snld. · DR. LYNN BUHR CHIROPRAqTOR , announcas the op«nin9i o f hli office ' . . - . » · 60S Hwy 71 S, Springdale Mon., Wrf., «· « '« l ."i 1 Tud., ThQM., S«t. · w I : n s x t t o ? Kentucky . Fried Chkken, PHONE 751-9Q23 Rush Begins Serving Time For Assault Eddie Andrew Rush, 22, of I Baxter St., w a s taken .,, . - . . . Cummins Prison Farm Friday Search assistant in animal TIMES WANT AD!J Someone in this area would like to get their hands on -a good bicycle. If you arc no longer using yours, here is your opportunity to put it back in use again, and by so doing, you'll be able' 10 fill a neighbor's need arid 'you pocket a bundle of extra cash! ' ' .'"; This ad brought fast- results when placed in The Times Classified. Scctionl ... ' ..." 10-SPEED bicycle. M n n ' 3 - - 2 4 " sehwlnn. New, with . car . carrier. OrlBinal cost S125 - will lake n loss and id! lor »».· Phone .4«*xxx. Senate (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) signed three days after the two leaders produced the arms accord. . , . . . Jackson .says 'the ; ..White House endorses his amendment lo the resolution approving the 'ive-year agreement limiting offensive nuclear weapons of both nations while arms negotiations continue. . · . . · Speaking, to the ,Senate Fri : day -Jackson said-that in the interim agreement 'the United States has accepted a "subpar- ity" position for five years. "I don't want it to become a permanent arrangement iri SALT II," Jackson said, and, he added, neither .does the Nixon administration.". ·'.' . · NOW SHOWING Open 8:00 · Starts 8:50 POLK, Mri. MM Wille» -Services Saturday, Z:00 p.m. Chnpel ol NeLion's Funeral Itome. Sev. Jack Taylor 6f- flcdatln;. Interment, McCord Cemetery, BAI, Mri, Audrey Btryl* -- Servlcea Tuesday - 2:00 p.m. Trinity .United Methodist church. Rev. Dewey ' Dark ofllclatlng. Interment, Nitfon- " al Cemetery, HALL, Wllllim L. -- Scrvlcei pendtng. REVIVAL FAYETTEVILLE CHURCH OF GOD 631 MISSION. BLVD. August 20th Evangelist--Rer. C. C. Mills Clara, Miss. Potter--L V. Rlgn«y (CdWBCVS) James Garner Skin Game LouGosselt Susan Clark It's so easy to place .a Times Classified Ad arid tell thousands of people what ymi-haye for sale. Just.pick .up" the phone, dial 442-6242 and ask for an Ad-Visor. We'll help you word your ad for maximum results.. .. ' Just $3.78 "(for 18.words) can start your Want 'Ad .with us soon. Don't put it .off . ..:;. do it right now! . : . ' * Beauiah Lee Beauty Salon ;..·': 418 West DicksbVi now hat an.experienced new o p e r a t o r -- ' " ' VICKI PERRY : Vicki specializes in style haircuts .(high styling-and; lo.n'g Hair). She will take appointments until' S p.m. on Thufs, days. . . . ' . . ' , . ' · Telephone 442-6681 ^ BAKED HAM with Fruit Sauce with any 1 vegetable 99* Peach Cobbler 28$ Many more dishes from which to choose. 3322 North College person $ 5000°° REWARD Will be paid for information leading to the arrest and conviction of th» or persons responsible for tampering wilh Arkansas Western Gas Company'* Natural Gat pipeline or distribution facilities, Informants wishing »o remain anonymous may tall any local lav/ enforcement official or Arkansas Western Gas Company or wrile P.O. Box 4218 in Fayelie- ville, give a number made op by them which will b« known only to !h» Inform-' ont and th» person they give It to and an addrenor phone number where they can he contacted. If after InvesJinallon, the facti supplied by the informant lead to the arrest and convicllon, the Informant may then receive the money by disclosing tho number known only to him and the proper officials. Arrangements will be made to ulva the money In such a way to the Informant moy still remain enonymouv. Arkansas Western Gas Company

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