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ui», jir.w. .,....,,,, Oonlicl 1MU Tiyltr, CMlii 1 -.,..., ..... fpfr Ark-, A in eo«.f«l«. bl«k. liana. rllh all 4UIIII»ur f**,wv, * , ml Umllj tojtn, (1000 d?wn, ·llirc« hli. or.Mil Mitiartl 'I'ayioi 1 »t «:M:'a,ni,, j«»2ll ri(lllYlll», May rent Iran. Weil Xoik, IH] t.mwlh, furnlilud, fo'amplf.-rio chl)artfl. SuU L0al Notlwi- lulh (or imtll doifii. r Real Estate : 701 -N.; Ooll«g» ; 521-7215 ; r ; · ' , WK HAVE OTilEns, ' ; ''; . ( W» AdvcrtUe Only Exchulve · Ruby Kden · E d d f u 4(3-5771 . btdrwn, 3 M] bill.i, I ' v oli. On laro ]ol In nice area elwe, to Scliool N.K. flrenlace, lares dock/aml lpt« a txlras. owner Icavlnr and rauit tell, Cill Jor. appolnlmenl, I- »,m. 19 ' · · A4/T 35 Acres (more or less) of .excellent land. · ",!,·, open. Fenced, pond, and well. UnflnUhert beautiful ranch, style hpucV. West Fork, Marketable price, *' C-46. ' 4 o r ^ S bedroom 'excellent houM. Carpellm, fenced yard, »un- *- deck and porch. 'Quiet nefjlhbor- '''hooH. Greenland School. Call for JJappointment.. Prjce: 124,600.' -.-'' t .. A-4T, ;3 ; acres .and 'a'.3' bedroonii frame houac. Closed big porch, fireplace,' big Irrigated, garden, Creek In back, blacktop In front. Ample t, atorm cellar '.used (or storage, and (,, ah.op. V rnl\es frpni-city limits. A. i, bargain .for only. ! $14,000.' '- ' 'INVE3TMEHT PROPERTY; 2 Btorj!.pld»r apt, hoiije. Large lot' 0»-;i(reet' ! -iiiAtini,' s piied I R,0. 8 Wocka aouth^?st.'W, new. Federj Bulldln*. Any reaaonaWe offer cori- »|(ipr«1. To close estate, Rhine 442-5669 or 443-2926 . , .Colonlil . hrlch on 4 »er«if o(t Hwy, It Weal, nulci from, Unlverilty, Two l»thi, total elettrlo,' ftniiM hick- yord. Mint loll, «,OGO or hot o(. (?r, AMlime note-and owntr will carry part, o('b«Unce. · ' · . " ' .Phons.442.8892 ·: rt'it* - . , , . i , Cftnalr, Ar*MH . -i Utry ririmi Uinmir, Plaintiff, · vi, ··· - . ' . · . : i:J3IW'..! '·, William WAIIer Ummtr, .pdfndinl. 'I1i» l)Mtndant li wirneil lo Couil \ ...... .....iln Uilrly diyi.ani no complaint ot IIii rtilnlirl.h ' enlllled curt'*' - ·:··' .. . m y r*id ,and ,ll« Coiiri xllhln lhlrl' ilayi arid, aniwer , - complilnt of li;« rialnlllf JJa. M*'. atwvi Milt . Oourl ihli 3«!h day ' url ihl 'Alma Xollmeycr, ' lhlttn Harn ,pcirir.v(j! ! New 3 Bedroom Homes Lcxoted )n Fay«ttevlllB. , 1 ·' .' ' i~- '-' 'TJ' 'if-ill'f '.·' '_i'' t ?('; ' l r i ' : f I,' ,, . i ; andSprmgclal*;, ·'..;;'· if, Harrison Davis Builders ·;·'' ; : 52-M888;,':. '.·;:;/· Northw*** ArkanK.,JIMK, M, Au,. 13, W3 · 1» ' V' !: I ' ' OfrjyFools Complacent iving Called Exercise In Brinkmanship By IIAl/ BOYI-B , . N E W YORK (AP) - The two greatest human slns-rthey ayen't classified as crimes bill perhaps should he--arc self-pity .and complacency. \i Sclftplty i:s at; least an undcr- l«t»r"anii , l»l' ritwiMrr Uo ' prlrnf, mil ' p i l n l ' l h l , Braka Held Hip ...(,((.'.'; 500 ACHE RANCH Near Fnycttevlllc -- [.Tl unit pasture with 6 nore lake and spring'. Large barn lull, of hay, tractors with nllachmcnla Included. Beautiful native Btone »nd log tome, 3 hcdrooms, ; '21i f Ijallw, 3 fireplaces, cherry paneled ".Hvlng- roijm. C.H.,'C,A., Idea] Invwtment. Terms; Small ilown, Call' Ch»rle» Beard. 227-0173. 'Dyke-. Stephen* Ilealty Co. 666-0311, · ' . . . . , , .,, . ', 2,:bedrootni hoUae: Idea.1 'for the starting ecu pie, retired, rental, or student^. Good location, fenced yard, cJould be bought with SI, 000 ONLY' $16,500. MUST- SELL' Five city acres, 7 room ruallo home. uflrpcted, great view. Open house, Hiwny 03.,west, take road' acrou from Hawkins Body Shop,,top of hill,"'.brawn \houj»e wilh 'weltow trim. - ' r By: Owner, 442-6390 3 BEDROOM ^)f Ick house and tour a c , $25,0TM., 1$ .- mllta from town. Price BEAtJTIPUl* Colonial 3 bedroom J( hou4e,.on, 4 acres. Private enough, but'very close'lo tov.'n, Good fJ- nancing for the right owner. Price $38,000, . . . . . BIG'RED,Real Estate Sundays 443-4174 LARGE LOT ... 150'x290' (i acre).'Oh City Lake i*,;ndn'd. Cfty water arid natural. ga«. v;;. .Priced at only.'.£1500 to settle es- 1 '"HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy 16 East / ,442-9236 BHICK CONSTRUCTION',' -_._ KOUND AIR · coNcrx; TIONEp -- H«« three bedroom* r a n d -a jpaneled.i.Den f- Large living room -- Formal dining ; ^^ ,'MlAA. ltltn\1*n ': » l , I I V i I B I I KMII*'.- in: ANl oftDIUA . TKf- NDINO itlttf kitchen' with 'all built*-. s'i* Two'full baths-- Douljle Best':, "Maw Sc Paw"; Operation W«st Of The Mlsalejlpp'll · Corner Grocery Handling Beei"'And Native" Wlnesl X'lnt Living Quarters. S40.000,'25% Downl : R6llrlhg Owner Will Finance. " '- '·····,.··:·'·'''·!',- ., J.;c.',.CAMPBELL.GRp. 275 Huntsville Sf.'. Fayetteville, Ark. 72701 '.carport with Y/orkahop' -- , ,, - extra! ' Includ*' wood-, burning fireplace, covered patio with ! bf»rbequc, fenced yai-tj -- wall to,"w«fl c*rp«ls and drapes,In'* :, (Myded. Owner . anxloua for quick sale..Price $31.000.00. 1m- mcdlale poaaMslon. Call us to- NEAR:Root SCHOOL CHOICE · TltnEB-'BEDhOOM BHICK--QUICK POSSESSION --,Ivflrge living room T~, pan'eled. family room with JfireplfLce -r? .Fo'rmal ilnforma! dining area I .---iLarge Itltxhen with allTbullt- tns ---Two tilea'bath. with... vanities.,-- Attached carport.-, with'--ajorage'.f-~^LC*nlral. heat = and air ~- Carpeting drapes -- Extra large lot with b«ati-' tlful -planting" tree* -- De-.: signed for;r«al living,-- .Priced" at only S28.500.00, Call ua today. Office 442-1391. l i ' ! ' - ' . ' ; ' ' COMPANY REALTORS been be'forgl' ' ' ' " ' OlVDlNANOfl W. W7 Pf OP'A 'onDlNANCnSfcivJJiTAT ARKANSAS. ANO AMBNP1NO T II K ZONING : plCTItlOT'^IA 0 'OF. J"VUf JSTT2- VIIJ.B, 'AllffANaASi AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES,- - ..... j....«; ..iti'.- ,J.i.!.-. p ·BE IT. OR DAI NBD Iiy'THB . BOAnn OF'' DinEXJidni' or .TKB'-un'yioi' FAYETTflVILLB,' ARKANSA*:,' /* ; , BEOTION Irr Tjiit .(ht/'-ufric ,claw[flcf Uha'followliig.properlfei b«; arii ' · on, 1 Where napped, V t W ' " - , ! - - . , ..Bqt'a !s difficult aiwayi! to f ""'" 1 '"" stupidity, a n d . com. Is stupid., giving Is ... , a tlubloiis exe'rclsp in brinkmanship'.that, roniy a fool lets himself .be."^eg|jllcd by. : a rOrnporary .SUCCC8S Into bccom- · /'· ·'.jTiiere (s ,.. .. T (or a.man io rest on .hrs/oarg. What6y«r h|s accompllthrnentf, they fcf e Kilt as raindrops' in a parched desert, compared with the vast undone that, confronts him; So little' really"don; :i sd much that cries,; to S6: done. Coniplacency?i /Never,' Even : a smart' flea Is sensible enough to realize that the dog' he makes hlr) home ort may not be the best available;; he ;could 'get a betWr.ylew'frotrt:«'blggtt.dpg. tf?' } i Hurt a mouse, ··Stopped-oif at'church on;the ivay to a golf 'game','.' · - · ' ' . . :Tfari»laled an .ancient psrch' ' ' Highllghls THE,' ASSOCIATE!) PltESS ' ; ; . , Iho 225th'day- of 107?-. There at« ' ''' · . . i f bride · In · Amer- . IniDcalfd: ' The^Best Home Buys.-. .· Before- Your Eyea George W." LtVrls MlkeiR. Vatson , . Hugh Klrcald' 442-47U 442-8711 621-6054 'Whenever I feel compUoency creeping 1 up.'on' me,' I remind myself. that'. »ft«r- tbfee; score years and 6he-df -life I have lever yetr^^.,:''--.':- .-1.-/.-.--.-.»: Seen the'Aurora-Boreal!s. ; ' Walked bji' water,;,Or : ,;.th» VERY larke »-room home on over ',', We! hillside" lot;'' Fenced. 2260 square , .feet illyinf ; space.'-Large front porch, 1 large aundecfc.'ln rear. Carpeted; 124,900. 'Greenland. .521. 1522. ' ; '·' ' ' , '"''-'' ' ' '-'-'' ; [ -ESTATE PROPERTY X Seven'-Vo6m«; ! Bolder home, l',4 Bith«. Ncbda ^redecorating.(. Good property for person Interested in restoring. Excellent -location, cloae In at'419 N. Washington. Price $18,500. · . ' . ' ' ' ' : ·''·'· "." '· ' · · BAR6AIN.1IME! ·,, Now, It Is. only S'16,'000. Brand' new brick, 3 bedroom home. Central air: ' heat. Beautiful carpeting. DlnUlf? ai*eA'*' p'a'tlo'. Happy Hollow ' School District. REALTORS '· I202 L -Ns Collegi '·, Of f ice 442-23SS Sylvia;Danforth · Richard L. Mayet G. C. Faucette 'Be». 442-9935 Be». t ·Res. 442-2217 Joe Backui Vol Sharp , .-Re.. 442-630! T Re«. 442-S541 H«. 442-1914 ATOP lit. ECQuoj-an.'RoomV, 5 roocnf, a car. -garaBc, porches, 114 baths, utility.' 3 wooded tots. H9,MO. " JICOT^' - 'll(.licr.»by,i chained ' fa) -- R72-21 *^-., qeBcripea-··; ·:'·-/·/-. Parl -of/ llje. $W ?ti4 of ;'llie'? BEU. w Becllon 21, In T-16-N,'.-'ol.; R-30:W, : of Ihe Slh.p.M. dfrtcrkbed ar ExtflnnEnit al-.'.a; Wnl on Ihe .Weil, ilde 0 .SlaU south along jBld west -line of road from |ls Intersection w l l l i ' t h e ' N o r t h '.llnewof ».,i«ld.\forty.-.acrnilracl,-and runnlniftr Ihince Soulh 6S f e e t ; thence Wei ..200,feel!' HUMS' North 63 l"l; ; th(/ics. £at;:oO feet:u;'the-filice of - Irfirln^lnif^-'pxccpt 6 thai -pa'rl .aiontf jlhe eaii tide,' ||iat lies 'In the road, 'con* lalnlrig tWo^tenth* : (0.2) acres rno; or' Icis. 1 - . .... - , :- -^ . ·'."--, ' '. ! * ' from. C-V Thqrou'ghrare. ConjjVierclal nilrlct-to R-2, Medium 'Density Resl- ilcnlltl Dlilrlct-'. 'j 1 . ... : .(b)i--.-E72-22i''---.described .as: - itart.' pt:ll\e ;Kiy ^.i.'iljf .lh*t Sff/W .of ' Section 21 In Township (16) iftorth'fbf ^ Rtnye-C30) -AVesl.-deicrlbed- as-folloVs, to-wll: BfBlnnlw at a point 160 (I. North'9f Ihe: Boulhwesl Comer of'aald ., forty .»cre trad, 'and running, thence Bait a» fee!, Ihence Norlh 75 feet, '. Uwice . \VeiViOO "·: Ihence. South 75 ,fcc| lo'point of beginning. Also a'part ! - o f ! S W V. of, fff/'A of Stcllon " ·N..p^ Range.30 WesC more '. "· des'scrlbed as'-fallow's, |o-wjt: -BeBlri: ' nljig at'.a point IWICcet "Korlti of ,f comer of said .-40 acre tract running thence·'· Norlh EO M\, Ifkence Kasl 300 · feel, Mi'ence South 25 feet, thence West 5 feel, thru-s Bo'uth 35 feel,' thence ·-West")JS- feet 'to the- point oi btgln. from-T-V'Hc'avy Comnierclal anil i.f(rhl · Industrial: Dklricl, fo R-l, Residential - District. -···'-' '··!· '·'.:' · ' (c) -- R72-26'. r^'dft'cflbed 'is: : ; - : IJblj-al'eiia:'21 In '-Bldck:lli'lrf-Pai-ks. d.le Addition, XCHy of Payeltevjlle, ^ Arkansas. ' , - - . j from,M", Heay? ConihiVrclal 'and Ltiiht rt^pnt, : . Told a moth'er'-livlaw joke Jn public/"'-^- ' - - " - ' · ' : · · - - i " ' . - · : ' ; · Purchased a p . bride In Africa for 25 cows. Purchased a lc» by promising her,the World on a silver platter. , : . Spit]' a watermelon . seed -25 Yes,,}Indeed, .when, a ; man t h i n k s - ' o f - a l l the wondrous sights that still remain, unseen by hlmj the rnaryftlous : dceds to do that he has hcver done, he would have, to be a\blubbering idiot to find,' anyistlsfaction' in complacency.' 141' days I^ft In Ihe/yiar..' Toda'yls'Highlight in his 1 . ''Ori'- L .fhls'"dald .4ii; 189,?, ;th« Mace protocol-endlnjj; .the Span- Ish-Amerlcah" Waf 'was; signed after hostilities 1astl9g'.thret mSnths and 22 diiys/ , , ": ,; On this'date: ; : ; ' ' ; 'V' ; /. .'?'. In I658i a guard ;of eight men was* established; la, .1 h'«piitch colony 6f New Amsterdam, It was thB.^flrst police force In Amer' -SAN',.FRANCISCpv:'(AP) -- Stjrte .Jrjjql judges'are'raising a fuss herb about.:a(prppos«d; new code of Judicial elhlcV, but-thelr objections could pfo'vc to be no more.thani that'7^.9.fuss. !"',-. ·; -·f-Tiie-'-code,--- tHe-Pfjrst - broad overhaul of the ju'dlclal canons since 1924, comes, up before the American Bar Associationj'next week' for final approval; Urjless snag, it vTOuld-then 50 states for eriact- . Bought a diamond r ) n g . r i Sold a share of ' stock' short. Been thrown'' out 'of : a 'burlesque theater ' f o r . unseemly conduct. -': · · · · - - .-..'·:· Won money 'in a:poolrhall.: · ' · Necked at'a ; drive-in rrtovie, Lived In r a houie that had' a butler, ' ; Played poker with a gang- Eler. . . - ; · -v Sipped borscht In Minsk. Milked a : sturgeon of its cay lar'ln Iran. ·' ' ··'; ' : ' / Caught a cold from Raquel Welch?': ;- : . , - · -.- .'.·*·:··'. 'Brought, a cold, ' h^irdtbolled ostrich egg to work for lunch; ; / Saddled a honsei a mule or a camel. :; . . . ' ' . . . 'Got' tl ght on .bra nd y with i St, Bernard -rescue: dog.- ' town, N.Y.,jW9B-granted a'pat- erit on his,seeing machine. ·;:.-; ..In ( '1914,^Hritaln- declared ^var on'Auslr'ia-Hungafy'at'the start of World War.';!,; ; -, ^ / V i s v i 1 lii -4841, -President' Franktlr) D. Roosevelt and-British Prime Minister Winston Churchill met at sea to' draft' the''Atlantic barter,.;' ».!,· '. - ·····.:'-./i-.'.---:-'-t:-- Also in 1941i French Marshal enri Philippe Petain\called on is cobntryrnen to give full sup- ort to-Nazi; Germany,' · In 1959',- token school: In- - egratlbn beg an In Little Rock, Ark:, 1 as .six Negro students en- ·lied'iln' ;'a;; fprrnerly : ; : all-wh|te ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ·- , t'Y N D A I^ L AIR FORCE ' ' BASE]; : ; -- 'M. : blVBKVBODV ' r'eala' Uta -TIMES WANT \Da '.youTar»i .".·- - .,; : · · .: -v 7-ROOM older home In'Pratrl* Grove, 1 on 2 loU, $14,000,' terms cart ,be arranged. Phone 417-47M8S8, Orinby, MilwurL. .. , Inniislrlal Tjlslrlpt, to R-l,' L«w Den- My- Re'iUe'nlial Dlalrlit.1?-'-' ' ' '.:.'"-, '·' . SECTION 2.'·'marthe map' 'of'; Ihi'.ttiliC '·"-"" . . , ; »onln boss company ' ' real eatata ' . , 2800 . N. Colles* _ 521-7278 YA; SPECIAL · Attractive all brick' 2 level home -four bedrooms -- large lot,!Priced btlow today'* building 2 ACRES-ZONED , cMtl. . , . , - . ansai,.; be,- and 'll--hcraby Is,., amenrfed U fhe'"exfilt-. and b 'the /respects' rieces- iary to;. 'effect : and designate ihp necw'. ' ' ' ; /roiji a?!^ 4fld ir rubi"l-" " ' ' there to all fricnV - ' L. -· ·"-f. : :··, What'fs'. troubles ; ' · state Older A Toom' houae. Inveatrnent. ' . garage,' Good ' fiary. .changes provided 'for In tierta. - ; ' · _ . . . ' \ : '. . ,. : ') .SIX?TIOK; 3- ' That .till.*.- prd In a nee be ' in :rull 'fore* -and ' effect /roiji a l l e r ' l l s pa^sagi?, approval 4nd i r ru-- cation , Aiid'411 ordinances or' parts'''ot ordinances'in conflict-herewith 'are -hereby ; repealed..: ; - ^;-, ·. : 'xPASaBD : AND''APPROVED jmS'1st 'day'.of ^ujrosl, I71. ·-.; -^ · '' ,V \ APPROVBD:.J..K' Btarr,' Mai-o'r ATTEST: Helen Ybnn'jV City.Oierk -'"'"'· ' . . ' .1-ti Judgesis'a ; ihaj6r:provisioiiTe- quirlog them to disclose' publicly/all outside,"income earned Off the.bench. Oh Friday,-.their organization, the National SCon- ference-of. State Trial Judges, yplej[.:, M-?V 'against;.' the,· provi- ','We .considered ; it, probably an*'unconstitutional Invasion of the privacy, of, judges," said Judge JVarren. Cunningham of Hpu'st.qn,'' chairman, of theicori- fererice's- com'rnit,tee on judicial eth'iqs.- "/JudgdsVdq; not give up their citlienshlp.upon.becoming judges." V'": "''. · ·? "·'-'·.I :.. Besidess;Cunningham said, in an -;lntervlewJ'iUhe disclosure j;u!el.-wpuld--be_ .unfair.^to';- the "judges'iin"Ifiis'.-3tJi"-'states :]who must run for re-elecuon to keep . ,. . . ; a new- virus ;br ; .' bred a di sease : germ* bri purpose, '. ! Owned ari 'aqtia rium ; -bj patted a friendly porpoise on its nose.; kBuiltia' tree house. ": - ': ·." : Turhed;my back on mankind .ajKJrb'ecome a hermit, ; ; - . / JHad ^the- gift' of ·tongues. . ·.: /Bragge^d about 'anytnirig~'tp a psychiatrist' that - made ' : him blush. 'Vv : \; : ' : '..''' ''······':. .1, '':;'--.;'· Walter T. ;. Perkins -wilj ; appe a hi.s · e8jJipnagV":convlc^oh, -de spite : a ..'felativeiy ; light sen tence, '"because of the impor tance f.rihe/issties involved,' his.attor.ri«y:says;i ... Perklris,'; 37', received a three year prison^term,.-;a : reductloi In grade to basic alrrrjan\and i dlshohorable. .discharge; :Frlda after MiljtarsHiJuige CpJ^ Jo Peck : c6hvlcted;iiirn;qf* tryihg'l passi · secret. docurn|nts to Spv)e Gene Ganrett MOUNTAIN INN BUILDINQ . · . f , , . FOR,SALE Building contains. 26,572 «(j. «.»nd -.is situated oh 11-,1'Is.sq. ft, cf land: Building has 100 ft. of frontage on East Center Street. Priced rea- . sonably. . . SCHUtTf TAYLOR Properly MAnagcmertt Speciaiiats 29 East- Center . ; ' - V · 521-2717 Phil Taylor 521-264 MIGHTY MITE Cozy two bedroom home only eight years' old on one acre of level l^nd Inside city. VYou can't hardly get thea6 no more," $12.000.00. j LAZENBY , Then e«e this 3, . bedroom -with separate · dining. -A-real ·· ntce. home on a quiet street close to by-pass. Owner being tranaferred, make an offer. · ';,-..;-.'. -_'·,!·!·,,'· \ . -· BEST BUY. IN TQWN A'larire 3 bedroom brick with family room,- · Central .heat and air. You will be surprised at the price on this one. See It today. ' ·'· "··· "Financial-- - ·"'·' Informatiof spread , up on., the . record, could be'distorted by political pppd, nents who 5 would not have .to iflle income-istatements them ·'·' Kerry Sch'iHz 442-6523 i : i7 ACRES · (-"'T Room stone house with modern t kitchen and bath. Good well. Ccnr itral heat, 3 nonds. Near Mt. Cay- »'lcr. 7/10 mile trom-nt. 71. S39,500. Terms available. Wlnilow, " Phone ,634-3105 Real Estate Company , 1015 N. College - 521-6700 Col. Art McAnamcy Lcater Davis Ken Lazermj . Bill Lazcnby 442-6640 442-5U9 ,-i m WEOT Fork. BrlcV horns, lhrc« lid- t rotm3, 2 baths, kitchen family room with -.'., (irtplacc. llBi aii, ft. · Lake properly. VS »cre ,«· ' late near Xtonlc He. Roads on two Jldea. '" Bcamifut · lake-vltw. call 751-52M. .$21,500^ - ...' Three bedroom,- Hi , baths.' fireplace, bullllni, kitchen/dining combination. 6/10 acre, .Old .Wire.. Raid North. Butterfleld School district Over 1,300 sci, ft.--of Hying.apace. Phone 443-4696^ ;, ·rvfo bedroom house' by owner, larffe roonTS, .fireplace, ntw carpel, nevr paint large lot Wedinglon. Phone 521-6535. 2J61 Haymond Geneva ; . Mildred Graue Ervln Bernhagcn Jack Bordin BUI LesUsr 521-1180 · , 443-2028 521-T80S Sales 31 ACRES, 15,000 capacity broiler house, aulomatEc equipment, cll' KAIer, natural (ai. 3 btJroom home. :.8a-57l. · .-, V DESIGNED'TO TAKE FULI, '.''.ADVANTAGE 'OF THE . : PANORAMIC VIEW : '" Thla contemporary. wa« archilcc- tlcolly dcaigned for easy living and comMrt, 3-lcvcls of 3,000 aq. fl. ol healed and cooled floor ·pace, living room with wood V- burning .fireplace, pnd the view . ' irom The living Is more than ,-', trcalhlokln^ S-bedrobms, family ' room/ a-baths, kitchen rtlnlng area, mnater bedroom with private bath nnd n view that 1» revet "tiring, ullllly ro6m. a n d . . two car garage. This house naa ·""'· all Ihe extras and more thnn "-' ' you- Would ctxpcct. Call for an appointment today 442-6Z5«. , LOCATED IN A : BELAJR. ADDITION Convenient to achoola and ahop- plng, 3-liedroom brick, l',i balh», living room, kitchen with pan,- try. mow. built-in, eltetrlc r«n«c, . . dlihwasher, two car garage, ccn- ,1 tr»l. heat ,inrt air condillonjng. ,,. fenced backyard. Only 822,000.00. ,1 ' Call hi" Kennedy U2-6251 or 442-6159. . . ENGLISH COUNTRY STYLE HOL/SE «nd cniy In town convenience, ,,. 4-hedro6m«. 2',i batlia, formal v dining room «nrt living room, i walnut paneled don with wood, burning flreplncc, convenient . ; · kllclien with dinette, I/t with .'..'· nhfide trees, oh ytx and when ttio kld« crin'l piny oulaldo Ihcre «··- 1* an uiMlalm p|nyroom. In Oak* - · ' land IIMlii Addn. J-hdne 442-62S(. SPLIT LEVEL- ROOT SCHOOL 4-Bedrooma loo~Thl4 one doe« not need -redecorated, you; can" move In today! Living room with dining "Ell" eat In kitchen, den with wood .burning fireplace, utility room, carpet and drapex remain, 2-car port with plenty of storage! Ixicated on nice corner lot., dishwasher, disposal, range .and central heal and air, of courae. Call Bill Kennedy 442-6251.; . WHAT'S UP IN BUTTERFIELD To find out which houses are «old or which one you can itlll buy--call u» today -- most nre sold before they ore completed. Call us for an appointment today to «ee what's up In Butterfield. THINKING ABOUT BUILDING THAT NEW HOME? Then come see ua, we have the builders and can help you fin- unco Ihe home you want--Don't settle for leas, let tu help you build the home you want th* way you want Hill! CONTINENTAL HOMES INC. Division Wail-McLain [ Wanted: Builder-Representative- build and sell our home]. We are a AAA company and one of the largest manufacturers of secllonnl- Ized homes in Ihe United Slates Our homes exceed the requirements of FHA and VA and we meet local biilldlnf codes. Send resume lo Mr. Bill Slrlngfield, Regional sales manager, 2516 Meadow Lark Lane, Columbia, Missouri 65201 (314) 442-3214. 1,000 Red Deer Will Be Killed c.ZERNEZ, Switzerland- (AP) -- ' Switzerland's '.;' national park in; the' Engadi,n.e;'has',.bec6rrie a huge death'; celij for- 1;000 red ,deer, awaiting mass execution. Tije, deer; half i.lhe tofal stock in ; ^ ; the ' mountainous : n a t[on al park-' j near.- the - Jt'aliari.--b6r'def, are., to be driven' from the preserve' Sept. l-26|irito neighboring 'zones" where they will' 'be shot'\indcr official supetvisjon. .- .Thi s ,, . w as-' .order ed -, .. f 61 low i ng complaints that the deer caused gray? .dariger ' to vegetation, in_side;;and - outside 'the park. Farmers reported -they had: to chase deer from alpine pastures .-before-, leading their ciws up for the"' "slimmer, season. Srazing,-. .grounds ~-,for Bother ;ame inside the park, including :hamois and' 'wild goats, also suffered seriously. , . . ' " " ' The nine park wardens have denounced the proposed shooting as a massacre. selves," he-said.; : '\sWhat ^ 'wbuldJ-the-Hria Oil Company '·'.'·i, -~ ·· · ' .': . : *· i''7, *- . * - l .'.-,' *,- ~- · Teri years; ago: The Soviet Jni on, m ade', sp ace . hi sto ry , by ending ! a;bpsmonaut' into, orbit while /another cosmoriaut al- eadyi was circling the earth. F i v c years ago: The Soviet Union and'United States were near Agreement on, a nuclear non-proliferation treaty.' .' One, year.ago:, Syria severed diplomatic .relations: with 'Jor. dan; as border fighting brok« out. f , ...,., ...- , - , · ', . ,,,.::, , Lawyer '.Henry ;.Rplhblalt v ,o New York City' said he" still ! f el his cKenfc was 'i^noce"nt;:beCaus of L: aicbhblisrn^iandJ he^pianhed to ; appe al the? con victipri to the Air Force Court ~'pf Military^Re- vievvr'- ::'ti\\f-*' f ··$:£* £(·.:·:··: ' : , "This ; : ca'se* vy a s v pre^a red ': . . . to go -all the way,' v'said 'Roth- tiMSr'.^^y^fAt/iVVtf :· · ' - · The];'Kan6as Corporation Corh nlsslon views -an" experhTreiilal irogram of -salt water -disposal here' by ; : Mobil- Oil Cprp. With o t t t i s m ; ' : '" : '' ; ' i ' · '-'··: - . . - .. 'Earlier :'; Jti'i tHe''iwe^k ,j ; ;Rptb : jiatlj'stiid he' ; Wasv"pjpneeting a new ; defense". - and ' felt acute : al- ciholism 'should 'beconie 1 as' accepted a form of temporary in- sinity- plea ai the mofe ; ' '· ' ' · ' · ' · ' ' · -'' ' judges' opposition have on the ABA's policy-setiirig " House 0 Delegates?,: , · · : . , , , . , '· ' "None," Cunningham replied. "N-O-N-E. They are - composed of lawyersi 1 There are very few judges. I'm hoping ' some i lawyers will agree with us, but I'm pessimistic about it." '; . The proposed ethics^code was drafted toy a ^committee of judges and "lawyers': heade'd by Roger- Ji Traynor, former California^ chief justice. the'" revision of 'the . canons \yas prompted by. the resignation of Justice Abe Fortas from the U.S. Supreme Court in 1959 amid criticism of his financial dealings. Cunningham said state judges have low salaries and "to make ends meet, have to teach law schobPat night, for example, in order . to -send .'.:thcJr. .kids to school." '" ~'f"' . The ABA's board ; of governors, meanwhile, voted to approve the code of ethics, . . . , , . .! With ''authority- 'rewivisd from the commission. 1 at Mts -Ma; meeting; 'Mobil is embarkirig 01 a 'brie-year program of .dis posing salti.water.and recyclihi it at five of its gas Wells in Ste- tioriaV ones.'; vens County. ,i "We , think the., plan will JONESBORO, Ark. . (AP) Melbourn Horsman, 70, and his 68-year-old wife, Maudr.both of Pocahonlas, were killed Friday in a car-truck collision at the Intersection .of U. S. 63-63B just wpst of here, State Police said. · State Police said. a car driven by Horsman made -a left turn into the path of a tractor-trailer truck driven by W. D. Anglln, 30, of Walnut Ridge. Angiin was hospitalized in Joncsboro in satisfactory condition . _ ' '· work," ssid 'Dale : Saffels, KCC chairman: "Salt water'disposal is · a ser ioiis pdllutidrV Vproblem and it is very!' important, ttf southwest Kansas." ··-. Its importance transcends the extreme : southwest corner' of the state,-however.:.,r, ? : , - ··'· Salt water disposal by Jldbil and other gas companies has been by truck-hauling to disr posal wells drilled into the Gld- irietta Sandstone' formation, which is at a depth of about 875 feet, x ·;···..··· '..·:.'· / ; ..v^-' ·· Irrigation farmers iri Southwest Kansas and the Oklahoma Panhandle have complained for years that disposal in the Glorietta should'' be eliminated :because the-depth .is!,top close to their underground" fresh water , . . , a;.detense:cori- teritiori Fthat-'20; -years "of ' heavy drinking had:;rfen'dere.d^P,erkins legally. insane,;'an'(l , riot ;'respon sible fdr his acts.- ;.:' :'}·.'.'(.·'··, i ,The attpiney; said, however he \yas; " ab solutcly; ; d elighted' wi th th e - Sentenc"e, cal 1 ( n g i t " slap on the .wrist'- compared I ihe :Tna^imum';26 .year's.' of.irn prisonment Perkins could hav ' · · · ' '' pools. STORAGE 442-6254 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Avnllnlile on !fwy. 71-64--ace ti« today for nny .huntnes* property you mlnht be lnl«r«ted In. HOME PHONES Juliet Evci 442-726. 1 ! Ireno Smith 4M-6M8 Bill Kennedy 442-BJ59 Loris Slnnton 44S-874* 1785 NORTH COLLEGE and POPLAK STREET OPEN HOUSE Sat. 2:00-5:00 p.m. Sun. 2:00-5:00 p.m. 2310 WIN WOOD DRIVE and' ' : ' 2363 WINWOOD DRIVE 3| 4 5 Btdrooms Formal Djnlng Family Rooms Fireplaces Com* Hwy. 45, Eosl lo Wlnwgod Drlv» 1 · ' " ' . . ' · ' . , WINWOOD DEVELOPMENT'CO. 617 North College- 521-4836 Mlldr«d Wlnborn-521^6672 Sandy Darning 221-2822 . O. H. GarhbU-442-2734 JBU Students End 1,000 Mile Walk SAN MIGUEL, Mexico (AP) -- Six American youths end a 1,000-mile foot' 1 journey to'.tliis Mexican border town late today with pocketfuls of money for a missionary project. Traveling by .foot,. the six young men set'cu.t!from Tulsa, Okla., July 10 to raise money to build an orphanage In San Mi- 5uel, just across the border from Mission, Tex. The hikers were Identified, ns [logor Low and Hankc Brame, cross' country track s'taro from John Brown University In Siloam Springs, Ark.; Mark Murr and Okie Murray, Tulsa; Scott Gaddy, Skiatook, Okla.; and Mikfl'Hall, Kansas City, Knn. , The experiment.calls for storage of brine produced along with th'e natural gas in fiberglass tanks with capacities of .250 to 300 barrels." Then, oh a! monthly basis, the brine will be recycled down the bore hole and returned to the Chase group of the Hugoton Gas'Field where the gas is being;_; produced. - ' · · " . . ' .· : ; : i The new ' p l a n , a Mobil spokesman said, will also ellmt- nale the problem of some truck' drivers dumping brine along road ditches and other unauthorized areas. Mobil feels there is little danger of. the. brine getting into other geologic formations undar the new disposal method because it is being-returned to the depth'at which it was produced in the Chase Group, Depths of the five wells to be used with the disposal plan are about 2,600 feet. The. plan also presages .attractive economic features. Mobil estimates costs at the five ·Perkins himself described fh penalty "asi -'-'a ':llght sentence and.EpJd newsmen he felt it.wa "generally fair." "It's heaven," his ihothei Srace Perkins,' told him putsid lhe ; cqurtfoom, as she'presse Ms 1 arm.: She ^attended almos every.;session ; ;ot the, week-Ion jiurtrmartial along ; With P,er iris'-Japanese-born wifeiMich '.": "-"'SURPIIISE--/ ''} ';.?'A father of four, and a 2,0-yea Air Force veteran, Perklrisiw 8 ribn-commlsslohed officer i charge i of :the intelligence uni at this ^northwest-Florida base He was.accused of failing to de stroy;. five' classified documeht and attempting to deliver [hem to Soviet agents in Mexico City The ^sentence ,drew consider able 'surprise in the courtroom coming ohly-a short while afte Pbc.k. h'id:deseribed:.the act a that of'a "willful,-'evIPmind." Peck permitted Perkins t continue drawing a paycheck o S138 per month -- $150 less thar ;he salary of a basic airman -which will ..go, to his familj whije^he''!^'.^' prison. Perkm earned :$652.80"a '·month as sergeant. The discharge doc not lake effect until his releas from prison. A spokesman tor the group] wells would only bo 3.5 per cent said Friday, as .- the · hikers passed through the Rio Grande Valley, that they had raised $6,000 of their $42,000 goal. . .The month-long.trip was taken on behalf of "Gospel Outreach," a missionary association with hea'dquarters in Tulsa... of the total brine-hauling costs. If the plan is successful, said L. C. Case, an associale regulatory engineer for Mobil, "it would have far-reaching significance' to the Hugotbrt Field in that ultimate recovery from the field would ' stanlislly." be increased sub- MID STATES CAMPERS « ft, Front Dinette J725 IQ'.i ft, 6_»lecpcr, S»50 . _ It (t. nlde'dlhttlt, dverhead crib ..... ................. . ............. ST7S ft, Silbrt'»mnn', : front" dlhett« ............. .. ..... -.....'.. ....... OAIPEn TOPS, fit oil model* picVupi ............. ....;.·.: ........ 122S fiOx)2 two bedroom, center dlnlngroom ( fully carpeted ... $4935 NEW fioxU Two bedroom, front dlnlniroom ................ ..... »S3SS NEW Tira 20 ft,*S*ir-Cofit*iried Travel Trailer* ............ ...... S2MO NEW 60xH ISvo bertfoom, rdlly curpclod ................. ' ....... ts»5 NEW MH Three bedroom All Electric, Fhmblnf and Hcatlnf. Built to exact National Code. 60x12 Two bedroom, 2 balh, rcpoimscd ........ Pickup payment! H1NTON-S MOBILE HOMES Hwy 16 Weit acrou from P.oole't Furnltor* 442-8871 Women Qualified To Serve Abo^d Ship : NEWPORT, · R.I. (AP) -Women will have few problem adapting to sea duty, says Rea Adm. Arlene B. Duerk, dlrecto of the Navy .Nurse Corps an the nation's ffrst'woman adm "If the need were there, I b Hove that women could serve combat positions," the service top-ranking woman officer to a news conference Friday' Newport Naval Base. "Wome are mentally and physical qualified." · Adm,.Elmo R. Zumwalt Jr Navy chief of operations., sa earlier this week that adoptio of the women's rights amen ment would mean there wou be no reason why women cou not serve at sea, even aboar combat ships. Adm. Ducrk said she believe tea duty for women would r quire changes in attitude 1 both men and women. Sh added she believed wome should be assigned to sea du only on a volunteer basis, Dies Of Leukemia MADISON, WIs. (AP) -- D Paul R. Burkholder, 69, dl covcrer of several antlblotU during-, his 48-year career, die Friday.of Jeukcmla, one of th diseases his discoveries hclpc fight. Buvkholder wan th« fir man to Isolate nzaserine, one the first therapeutic: drug! use to combat Itukemta. EXTENSION HOilfKERS :GLUB ' · ' 'EVANSVIlLE''."·':'.'... ' Childhood mem'qries .were the pic for roll call- at the/ Sep- rnber meeting held in the cliib orh;. There.;Were : ; 24-member* nd guests present! !:'i' '·': · "Mrs. Lina'/..Baker r-dlscussed ome. imprdyements'- and · a eport' vyas"giyen on sun glasses nd lap robes were m'ade by nembersSfor resldenta. of the UlweUVNuiBtiig; Home.. Mrs. Tim;Gyles and daughter e'r'ved refreshments. ;·:''" .: Mrs;'John C. Davli Youlh Hilches Ride Aboard A Frigale y- : NORFOtk/; Va; (AP) -You're broke and stranded, 11) Puerto Rico.' 'yfktfc do youMo? '' Edward \ Curly,. 20,,. of ^Newburyport, ; : MassX-V.'solved' the problem 1 by!hitching a fre^ rida mck-to the U.S. 1 aboard a Na.vy 'rigate, ;the' Jo5ephuspaDiel5.: itowaway'faixiard'the Nav'y-;sfilp | vh'en-t it' 'dobki'd; : here: Friday, . J Hre^' days' after sailing frijm 3 rbrniSan jiiari. , .: /^."i/.v/v. | _ Red-faced : Navy officials ex- | plained that^-Curly wasii't'-.'dls- ;} covered until the' ship reached j port ''.because II male Vcivllians 3 already, were" aboard as partici- f pants-in;'a "Go Nayy" r ;cruisi» I deslgn.ed.'fb.attfact.erilislees'.. S 'An .FBI spokesrnan'-; said Fr 1- i day night that the U.S. attor- , ney s office declined to prose- ? cute Curly and he was re- .eased. Presumably, .said the FBI agent, he's hitchhiking home. -- ;--; S Rescued JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- A 3-year-old gir\ \vaa i rescued from a cesspool at her , ; icrne Friday by an 11-year old ~ jirl who is a deaf-mute. ; Barbara Nevious saw Httla Kelly'HIce fall Into the 10-foot- i deep cpsspool but was unable to , call for help. So the resourceful " \ I i s s N e v i o u s f o u n d a d o g c h a i n and lowered it. to Kelly, who : leld on and was pulled to safe- . y. ' ,' ' · ' ! Firemen said the child would have drowned before they 'reached the scene. They gava j Miss Nevious a citation. ·. Rally 'Planned LITTLE .ROCK (AP) Democratic nominees In lha 2nd Congressional District will be'honored with a rally Aug. 28 at the state fairgrounds in Little Rock. Roger C. Mears Jr., chairman ot the Pulaski County Democratic Committee, said presidential nominee George S. McGovern was Invited. Mears said Rep. Wilbur D. Mills, D- 'Ark., would appear at the $5- per-person event. Mears said the rally would bo a "Unity session," and he said he thought McGovern had an excellent chance o( carrying Arkansas (n the general election. To Camp David WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Nixon has gone to his mountaintop retreat at .Camp David for what a..While House spokesman says will bo a working weekend. . . . .. He was accdmpanled by his wife and two of his chief aides, U;R, Haldcman and John F,r- liehman. ' , The chief executive dcpnrlctl by hellcoplcr from the White House lawn Friday lens than 24 hours after ho had rotiirn«d lo his office from a .two-day ttny Rt Iho rustic compound In Maryland's Catoctln Mountain*,

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