Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 27, 1973 · Page 13
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47-ltMl EHcrt* Ter Sal* Looted on over one-half acre of land with .elUbllshed garden area. Three* bedroom*. Carpeting. Dou. ble' carport with storage, chain link fence. Central heat. Located In area of other nice homes. Price ilT.Sfjor Call Vol Sharp, 4424(14. FAUCETTE m £%£ 9 OWNER TRANSFERRED" SC-825 Must sell this neat 3 bedroom, IVi bath home leu than one year old. You name your own terms. OUT IN THE COUNTRY SC-826 Nice 3 bedroom brick, with fenced yard, on blacktop, located on % acre between Sprinfdale and F«.y- SOMETHING SPECIAL SC-833 A lovely -brick home with 3 bed. rooms, Hi baths, central air, fully carpeted; -beautiful kitchen, large back yard, sun turf bermuda lawn 47-R«ol Estate-tor Sato I Carpeted 3 bedroom home, all new wiring and plumbing, garbage dii- wsal, new 40 gallon hot water M»ter. Around Hi acres. In city down. Corner lot in Went Fork 120' x 120' with new decorative fence. 2 bedrooms. Large living room and kitchen. Redecorated Inside. »8500. On blacktop. 3 bedroom well bull t home, brick woodburnlng fireplace, around 1240 square feet o f . living apace, builttns insulated, all 'electric. 30 good acrei. Plus a small family · grocery business, . all equipped. This i selling for J39.508. Term*. A-I condition throughout. Home and income for about the price of the home and 30 acres. Near Farmlnrton, 3 bedroooms and den, all brick, patio, utility carport builtln 2 level range. 154 b a t h s , wood-burning fireplace, central heat. Firat class. Priced to sell at (23.000. large Hying room, buill-ina, · re.- Uflat , one of the neatest homes you wil find in this price range. Price S22,- 500.00. '·'' HERE'S A HONEY SC-840 *·· A - v e r y attractive 3 bedroom brick V home. large bedrooms, formal liv- f.^-ing-room, family room with fire. ·»· place, beautiful kitchen. Z baths . fully carpeted. Price 126,500.00. NICE-RETIREMENT HOME SC-83T A dandy 3 bedroom modern home, very- nice .kitchen -dining -area, carpeting in living room hall, attached garage, walking distance to Plasa Shopping Center. Price 413,000.00. _ " SANDY HEIGHTS ,. ADDITION SC-B27 J A very: attractive home featuring *4 3 -large bedrooms, Z baths,, living ,1 '#opm with fireplace, carpets over (j hardwood floors, a very nice kltch- *1 en -with bulltlns, corner lot, lots r -* of shrubbery, here's a neat clean .home. Price only $28,000.00. WB HAVE BUYEHS FOR GOOD CLEAN LISTINGS, PLEASE CALL '- US IF'YOU NEED TO SELL YOUR HOME. WE.BUY, .SELL, OR TRADE. , , frlgerator, dUhwuher. ranie, central heat, air conditioned, workshop garage, some furniture, swimming pool. 2 large illdinjt doors onto sun deck, thcrmopane doors. Artinui, at the Office of tht Mayor ta hi Ctty Kail imlil J o'cioct C.8.T.. MArCh 27, 1973 and then at Mid ottic* publicly opened mid rttd aloud: The Information (or Bidders. Form ot Bid. Form of Contract, Plan*, Speclti- calloni. and Formi ol Bid Bond, Per- foiTTUnce and Payment Bond, and other contract documents may be entmtned I the folloirlna:- Oftfce ot City C5*rk. TVe.il Fork. City Kail or at Office of The Engineer.. John R. Maharfey and Aiiocitlts. Inc.- 113 N. East Avenue. P. o. Box 1170. Fftyelta- ville, Arkansas 77701. Copies may b* obtained »t tH* Office OF The Engineer located at F»yelt*vH1«. Arkansai upon payment of (25.00 for each let. Any uniuccesstul bidder, upon relurnliir such set promptly *nd In goof condll.on, w i l l , b* .refunded tVO.OO. and any* non-bidder upon 10 relurnlnf Mcfc a set will be refunded W.OO. - TTie owner merve« the ri*ht lo waive any Informalities or to refect vny.er all Each' bidder must deposit with his bid. security In the amount, form and subject to the conditions provided in the Information for Bidders. ^ Alien! ion of bidders Is particularly ·called tn the requirements »s lo-eAndt-, tlons Lof employment lo be obM'rved and minimum i the contract FDA Says Bladder Tumors In Rats By Saccharin Parchman TIMES, Tim., Mi. 37, 1973 WASHINGTON (AP) ^_.lhe Food and Drug Administration says rtts'that were fed saccharin in 'carefully controlled government studies have developed suspicious bladder tumors. But the agency adds that its scientists have not determined whether the tumors are cancerous, which wpuld force .3- b»n on the only artificial sweeterie? remaining on the'inarket. ':.':. Cyclamates were" banned" in 1969 under the so-called Delaney Clause in the law prohibiting any food additive that mals. cancer in'tnan or ani- » rales to b» paid under Home is 2 years old. Has Urge VA loan can be assumed. 3 bedrooms, large living room. All carpeted but kltchen. carport. . 2 . car garage and double NEWLIN REALTY CO, . No bidder may withdraw hi! bid wilh- 1n 60 days alter the actual date or me opening thereof. /s/ j. N. MCKNIGHT. Mayor Feb. 2J, 1973. M, 7i, «. u. ao sic Virgil O. Wodicka, director of FDA's Bureau of Foods, confirmed the preliminary saccharin study results in an interview Monday. He said the FDA findings will be transmitted to the National Academy of Sciences, which is under contract to evaluate the sweetener's safety and its role in treating certain metabolic diseases. Byen if the bladder tumors are, found to be malignant. Wodicka' said, the- cause may be traced to impurities in the saccharin or to "mechanical irritation" resulting from the high WE9T AKK. Attractive 2 BR home in North section with large shady lot. Fenced backyard with garden area. Carport. Included In sale price are Elect cooking upite, disposal, -dishwasher, waaher-dryer comb-. - refrigerator-freezer comb. P r i c e S16.000. Call Joe Backus 442-0547. REALTORS 442-2335 FAUCETTE BY OWNER: ! Bar., wall-to-wall ihax carpet. Ilmplace 1 . ' 2 bains, 'douKe attached sarage, double-WLd*- concrete BEACON REALTY CO. Across from AQ Chicken House--Hwy 71 North Office Ph. 751-7473 Earl'. SKerry , 751-2959 Brad .Wright 361-2663 Mike Slmpls 751-1610 BROKER "Bob" McMillan 751-9788 TWO bedooms, Uvingrmm, cnrpcl«d. Bath, kitchen, washer/dryer hookupl. Near University,, excelltnt tot rtoitaL- Be- Inir remodeled, |90M. 442-6132 dnys; 521- 4K52 «venlngs, . . - driveway, northeast location liear Butter. tleld Trail ScJool »zr.50U. Call SJM4U anytime. : ( - - ACREAGE Vv ; ^ Near Greenland. Six acres with attractive modern three bedroom split level. See us for detail*. LAZEPY Real Estate Company 1015 N. College -- 521-6700 NOTTCE Nolle* Is Jiertby given in all persons thtt a .petition has Men ftl«d wiib ^«. City cleric of the Cily o( Fay*ltevlllt, Arkansas, by Calvary Assembile* of God Church and Union Lift Insurance company, Efeklnf lo close and vacate a certain porUon oE an unnamed ultey In the Farm Addition to the Cily of Fayle, 'Arkansas, more particularly described las follow]! A Twenty (20) foot Alley lyinff adjacent to and along the South Side of I^ot Four (4) and lying adjaNnt to -and North of Lot Five (5) as shown on . the EvJn's Firm plat, as per plat of said Addition on tile in th« OrfiC* of th*' Circuit Clerk ani Hx-omcio' Recorder of Washington County, Arkansas. Nolle* if further given that the Board of Directors of the Cily OI Fayettevllte. has fixed March S. 1913 at 7:30 P.M. as the time for hearing on said petition. Said hearing Is to b« at the Board Room at the City Admin 1st ration Building. Any persons desiring lo be heard on the matter of this petition are hereby notified to Te present at laid Mmf and place, to w, .cause, if any they have, why s*l(I ilion should not be granted. hl« noiEcfc lirst publfshfld on this 23rd day Of February. 1973. HELEN YOUNG Cily Clerk * °n, IS" Simpers Vetoes Extension Death 01 Guard r - . Of Oaklawn Racing Season State prison: " -:Mi8s. (AP) -,' inmate George "King" Scales goes on trial in Sunflower County Circuit Court here today charged in the LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Saying that it was not in the public that would . increased the levels of the test animals. chemical fed to OF. HUNG- OF APPUCATION FOR A RKTATI. BKRR PEBMIT-- ' Douglas Hartley Iiester Davis -Ken Lazenby Bill Lazenby - 44? 6446 53J-1448 442-640 442-543* ACRES Just oft ot Huntsville Road, '.it-mile West ot East Gate Shopping Center. All utiliti . R-l. ?12,DOO with terma available. CAtL, HAVE BARGAIN1TIS? Here's the perfect remedy. Near 'U of 'A arid Asbell' School, this 3 bedroom home has plenty of ex- Iris. Fully carpeted, kitchen ap- jillihceia ate" leu than l year old, plus almdst new'wMher and dryer. Owner Mcrlficinft at $23.141. Call 521-7272 or after hours call France* Langham at 443-3157. One of the mojt beautiful locations in Fayetteville,' with one of the most beautiful duplexes. This in "the best investment around for the money. Redwood deck overlooking wooded area and campus, live in one side, rent out the other S34,- i 990. -Call -521-7272 or after houri / Larry Nelson at 521-64U.- . Lots of Lots, 7 to be-exact, located near Happy Hollow school. For 9 uick sAle owner will finance at %.:-$14,980. Call 521-7272 or after boura'^alt Asfahl. The Best Home Buy* . Before Your Eye* HE1NEY REALTY CO, Hwy.. 16 East 442-9236 Notice is hereby given that 1h* under- s]fn«d Jras filed with the Department Alcoholic Beverage Control ot the SUtfr of Arkan.us for a permit, to sell mid dls pense/beer at retail. 141 West Dickson, Fay«U«ville, Washing ton County. The undersigned state* (hut he la a, ciliEEri of (food moral character, that He lias never b**n convicted of a felony or other crim e In volv In if mora 1 lu rol- lude; that no license In stll beer by the understjrned has bten revoked within fiv« -years last past; and that the undersigned lias never been convicted of violating the laws of in is stale, or any other State, relative to the Bale of Alcoholic Liquortl that he has been a resident of the State of Arkansas for at least two 2 years; and that he was · quilifEed elrntor In the last preceding Otneral Election. Application is for a permit to be issued far operation beginning on Ihe 5th day ol March. 1373, and to expire on the 30th By ANN JACOBS "A man of worrjs and not of deeds -- Is like a garden.full of weeds,' 1 - - Old Farmers 1 Alipanac; 1973.; '.; ',' ,"'. ": ' Gene Logsdon found his'"Two Acre,.Eden" viithia commuting distance of Philadelphia, and he has collected : sqme^ helpful tips on- the. joys : and' pitfalls of organic gardening, including a chapter ; on : How Not to Do'Al- most''Anything; .Wider ranging is '"Grow It!" -by'RIChatd W. Langer,--with. a. .directory; of. suppliers -that, is. most useful. (New book) ' ' :.. . : ·After you master the Basics, turn to The Organic Grow!. It, Cook It Preserve It Guide- bbpk/' .by Barbara arid TX Fenton ; · which, includes', rriany photographs to guide the inexperienced, tn preserving and freezing. (New- book) ······· Two books for special sections of the kitchen' garden' 'are "Fruits for-the Home Garden," by Ken and Pat'Kraft; and Minnie Watson Kamtri's "01 d Time. ; Herbs r for Northern Gardens." Another: b o o k covering' scented : 'Tierbs and many, riiore - plants'. ..'is "The Fragrant Year," by Helen Van Pelt \Vilso.n:'have ypu thought low much a'blind friend would enjoy a lemon verbena plant as ..'We're.not going to take any actton uhtil- we get a recommendation from the.academy," Wodicka said. L»st year ; the FDA removed saccharin from, the list of additives;, generally recognized as safe, and recommended that the average adult's daily intake be limited to one gram; OhSgra'm is the equivalent of 60 small saccharin tablets, or seven.. !2-)uhce'.bottles of the standard diet soft drink, the FDA said. shooting dcaM ,^f · a civilian^ interest-at-this timcv Gov.-Dale "^^Whalf^it;^ Bufrtpers ^voloea M^day a. Nil time of the H -s(ibbting, was scheduled originally .16 be- tried here late last year but the case was delayed on a defense rno-. tion. · ·''·:'·' He is charged with the Sept. 12 slaying of Sgt; James "Amos Mccks after;jhes;guiird.Returned to his home neiir .Dip camTJ.- Scales was indicted by , a county grand jury last October. Meek's death .triggered an investigation of prison security by a -special - comTnissiqn, created by Gov. Bill V.'aller and renewed calls- for abolishment of the trusty guard system. ·· Scales, serving a life serf; tence, was described as a "houseboy" in the Meeks home and did not have' the same privileges as a full trusty. Sally Slruthers Liked Film Role day f June, 1973. inCFTABL, SOLLER Hog Trough- 170 ACRES open improved paiture. 40 acres bermuda and balance in fescue and. clbver. 2 ateel truca, insulated, automatic climate contro] broiler Houses* with 30,000 capacity. Near new cedar and rock 3 bdrm, 2 bath home with fireplace, large patio overlooking entire farm. You must aee this to realize the potential. Good terms with' owner. 23Va ACRES, all but aboUt an acre open in grass. 2 well?, 3 Bpilrigs, 1 pond. Has a partially remodeled 2 bdrm home, and 3 other outbuildings. Terms. ACRES--Nice 2 bdrm home and 2 buildings for shop or business. Has all city utilities and located on 16 E. in Fayetteville. 21 ACRES about \'t open pasture. Z spring fed pondi, 2 wella, garden spot, fruit trees. -3 bdrm modern home has new plumbing and wit ing. Priced right for, quick «»le, . fiO ACRES unimproved land,:9ome fields open. Has well and a-creek that flows on property, also Subscribed and sworn tn be(or£ me this 21st day ol February, 19T : -. Willfam P. Kennedy. · · Nofary .Public , My Commission expires: ift? boss company real estate - ' t ·· Two'Locations MOO N^ColIege NW Ark. Plaza · ' :* -'·· S21-7Z72 - tricity; Two roads to property, per acre;. $100 CARPETED,., 3 bfdcoom brick, 2 den, [irepface. targe cKainiinV -- yard, 2-c-ar BaraR balhj, WORTH MORE!" But owner .1«"our boss and saya-- fell. House about 2 yean old, built right with line materials. Threa bfa; bedrooms, two batta. fully carpeted,-' spacious kitchen on nice HT VOU'W BUyiNO ori **LUH* YOU WANT' REALTY Judge Asked To Half Work On Cache River LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- U. S. District Court Judge J. Smith Henley was asked Monday to order that further work on the Cache River-Bayou DeView channelization project be stopped until Army Engineers submitted a legally acceptable environmental impact state; ment on the project. .ThS.atn U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed, last December a decision by Henley in May and declared that the environmental impact statement submitted by the engineers did requirements of Environmental If you have just, purchased a fiome iri.a new : 3evel6Ririent or want to rnake over ah old, neglected garden, the tjew Yprk Times' '"Book, of. Home .Land- scraping" has-many excellent suggestions. R. Milton Carle-' ton's. "Small.TGirdeinn'lBook'' is a gold- mine for the city · dweller wllh : little "space or 1 'tinjej to command, while the -plants in basliets, . described by Jack Kramer ,iii "Hanging Gardens" would work even ;· in'.- 'a ··· small jipatt.merjt. ;(Slr."~Kr»mer has- published .many good took on specialized gardens.) ' CARING FOR TREES Trees are. often neglected in an otherwise, well .cared for garden, say.Bicfiard C. Murphy .and; William E: Meyer, and.'in "the Care, a n 'd ' Feecling of Trees" they explain how' to fertilize, transplant, and. treat diseases. '"Complete l?ook qf Ground Covers,".bji)(lpbert E- Atkirisorj, 4ells what -win save : an- eroHe'd bank or a spotr too shady for CronkifeHils Attack On News Credibility . ATLANTIC 'CITY, N.J. (AP) --· Television newscaster Walter Cronkite says the Ni?*h administration is trying t6t raise its credibility "by dragging down that of. the press." Th"e ; 'administration is manipulating publiq opinion in a way that "to stand up and defend freedom : of speech and press is to appear anti-Nixon," he said, adding that the Supreme Court 'had"stripped the press, of.VtHe'.privilege to protect -its sources.- -and without such protection," a free press cannot survive.." ' -The-longtime anchorman for CBS' evening news made the charges in 'a speech ' Suhday night'before the '105th annual convention of the American As- HOLLYWOOD Struthers, who (AP) -- Sally plays Archie thoroughbred racing season at Oaklawn Park by six days. "The experience in other states hats' shown that continua extensions of-the season benefit neither the 'public nor th'e spor racing," Bumpers said in his eto message. The bill, was designed to raise d.ditio,nal ..revenue from wager- K for the' Arkansas Thorough- rei' Sreeders .Association, to r.ftin.p.t e .the. thoroughbred reeding industry in Arkansas, would-have increased the as- ociation's share of wagering evenues from about $125.000 to bout' $350,000 to .$400.000. ac- ording to sponsors of the bill,,. : TfAis private 'activity has 1 al- c'aa'y'., drawn /..about.-,$40,000 lore from tlie-hor.se track than t tins time last year," Bump- rs said. "This bill would great- y. increase the sums devoted tc his purpose at the expense ol cussing it with' me. I don't appreciate that a bit." Nelson .apparently was ready lo make a motion tor the Senate to pass the bill over the governor's veto, but he did'not make such a motion. Stveral Bunker's daughter in "All in the Family," says she's tired of being s o l d to television au diences as Miss American Pie That's why, she says, she en joys playing a frustrated frightened nymphette in S a n Pecttfnpah's new; ·.-tilmr : ," J The Getaway." " · - . Miss Struthers,' who won an Emmy last year for her portrayal of Gloria, said, "I am relieved that the role in "The Getaway" opened people's eye so they could see me as an ac tress who could play someon evil and sadistic as well a sweet and innocent." Hunt Continues LITTLE ROCK (AP) -lice continued'their-search lo day for a man who; robbed branch of the Commercial-Na tional Bank here Monday an escaped with ah urideterminc amount of money. The robber was described b agent Art Wells of the FBI a being 25 to 30 years .old, abo' 6-foot-l, 175 pounds.. He, wore multicolored ski mask, and 1 sociation- : or School Adminis- tan, waist-length jacket, durin trators here. the holdup. senators were shaking their heads as if to indicate there was not enough support for the bill to override the veto. DON'T LIKE IT Nelson, red-faced, left the he sUte. The Arkansas thor- ughb'red horse ' breeding in-, ustry is-basically a private in- erest that /should- not, in my iprniort. at this time receive ad' support from public speaker's well and repeated: "I still don't like it a bit." Bumpers later told newsmen that it was an oversight that he did not tell Nelson about the veto in advance. He said his office normally follows that procedure. Asked if he would attempt to override the veto at a later date, Nelson said that he was not sure but he "doubted it." . In his \eio message on the employment/agency bill, Bumpers said that a majority of the the board would consist of persons engaged in IhC private employment agency business and that "such a board might tend to work against the best interest of the applicants who are applying for jobs in the privats employment agency system/' In addition, Bumpers said, ditional unds." The D O G . T R A C K -.governor, said he also to authorize the bill did not provide for ade- qute disclosure to the job applicant of what job opportunities await him at a particular job interview. might -veto -a bHl aft-additibnal -dffy ;6f racing at the dog tr'ack in West Memphis, with i half of 'the net proceeds of the extra day earmarked for a ·mentally retarded AV.est- Memphis and school-, for children . .the; other- half -for- the- girls- club of West M e m p h i s . Bumpers also vetoed a bill t h a t would created a -board -to regulate and - license private em- Dloyment agencies/in the state. The news of the veto, was not received happily by Sen. Knbx Nelson of Pine Bluff, sponsor of the bill, who first "heard of the veto when the governor's message was read in the 'Senate. Nelson took the Senate floor and -told-his-' colleagues: "I've been here 16 years and. this ,is the first time that I've had a bill vetoed, that the governor ·didn't show me. the courtesy of calling me_.dpwn .there and dis- Deloy Granted LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A postponement was granted Monday. Until March 13 in the trial of Billy D. Starks, 35, of North Little Rock. · : Slarks is charged with two federal counts in connection with the disappearance of cash and bonds from the North Little Rock Police Pension and Relief Fund. U. S. District Judge Oren H a r i s ordered the postponement. _ , Chrlitiin ScltfKi Ltctur* FRIDAY, AAARCH 2, 8 p.m. · y Jxtph Q. HMrd. C.S.B. ·ukjKt: «Mln« AM Man" At Flrit Church vf Chrlit, IcKntlll ITS! lulling Hllll Orl»» riot meet the the National Policy Act. fred Merton 75S-37U · Jack Kuj!« 151-7(35 wooded .lot in Root Call lu dbout price. J- -EDGE; OF TOWN *., J^prilweit. School area; Two bedroom homt near U. of A. ca'iripus. Small tot with. Oak · shade trees. Cooking unit.rFloor furnace heat, fenced backyard; PFlcfl $12,500. Call Virginia Bowera 442-6305. FAUCETTE Extra jiice and roomy , re^ bedroom home. Bath and half,., biff' kitchen w i t h , loads of cahiriets, dining area, all newly painted interior. Big level lol, Tpom for- garden, r Vacant -- move .rigfii. 3p, Price Is low with good terms. Call/us for details, LAZENBY Real Estate Company 1015 N. College - 521-6700 · Dnnglax Hartley 'I 'Lester Davli Ken lAzem* Bill Lazenby ' REALTORS 442-2335, Lagal Notice*-- Plaintiffs are entitled by law * a suspension ot all construe-: tion and planning activities associated with the project until the' engineers submit a legal impact statement, said Richard S. Arnold, attorney for the envi- rdninentalists opposing the project. In 442-M48 521-4448 442-M40 442-5439 ·· THIS'-BEAUTIFUL ilx year old home has over 3,000 'gquare feet-'double brick structure--4 bedrooms i --3 baths --Iff x 12 formal dining 4 room--wood burning fireplace -,-, 10' x.,18' kitchen w/ajnple built-in* -,, -- 14 x 16 living room -- 12 x l« ,.- study -- .11 x 12 utility aewlng n . room.-v- 10 x 40 playroom -- large » lot w/cbained linked-fence -- marble floored foyer. T-- .cathedral cell- -ing* dbl garage -- CH CA -view overlooking Univ. 701 North Collcf · 521-7215 7,-; ;"Wt'Practice «h« Golden Hul«" .After -hourt call: Xddle Howard Project Na PFIAR-06-57-1002(L WMt Fort Water Improrement DUtrlci, No, 4 r (Owner) '. : So para te sea Le d bid a for Water Improvement · for Iht W^st Fork Waler Improvement District No, 4, W* s * Fork, Arkansas will be received by Ui"« Wait Fork Water Improvement District No. 4, at the Office ot Mr. thotna* M. McCorklt, 'Jr., Chairman, of said Di.i- Iricl No. 4. Wcsf'ForV, ArkanMi 77TI4 until 2 o'clock P.M., C.S.T. March 27, 1373, and then at said office publtcky opened and read aloud - : TTie InCormatlon For Bidden, Form ot Bid, Form of Contract, Plans, Specific*. lions, and Forms M Bid Bond, Performance and Payment Bond, and olher contract documents may b* examined at the following: " . [Xfic* of Secretary," Mary Janet Duncan, West Fork Tmprovemenl 'District No. 4, West Fwk City H*)], or al Olfic* or 1h« meer, John B. Mahaffcy and Asaoci- . Inc., 113 N. Bait Avenne, P.O. Box 1170. Fayetlevitle, Arkansas Copies may be obtained at the office of ihe Engineer, located at Fayette?t1le p Arkansas upon .payment ot $25.00 for K!.. Any unsuccessful bidder, upon returning auch, .set promptly »nd In good condition, will be refunded HO.OQ. Any non-bidder upon so returning iuch a att wi|[ be refunded 15.00. The Own»r riuerves tne riirM to waive any in forma lilies or to reject any or all bid*. . Each bidder must deposit with his bld r .tecurily In. the amount, form and subject to the. cordilkTi provided !n the Information, for Bidder*. Attention of bidders 1 it rwrtlcutarly called lo the' reqoiremenls »* lo condition! of ernploymenl l\ be observed and minimum wi(t rate* to be paid under the con tract. . No bidder may withdraw his bid with' in GO. days after the actual ttale of the opening thereof. Feb. "22, 1973. /I/ THOMAS M. McCORKLE, JR Chairman, Board of, ConunIsshmeni. M, 27, «, 13, 20 We History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Tesday, Feb. 27, the 58th day of 1973. There are 307 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1900, the British defeated the Boers in the Battle of Paardeberg in Africa. The outcome led to the creation of the Union of South Africa. grass, Or that .problem area may be just the place for · a certain. wildflpwer'; ' some !are surprisingly easy toVgreiWv Pick up the "Hand.bppjc- of Wjld F l o w e r Cultivation," by Kathryh S. TSylor and Stephen F-. Hamblin, -and ."The,.-Wild Gardener, in the .Wild .Landscape," by. Warren G. Kenfield, to start in 'this fascinating: area. The w.ealth pLthe tropics is open to the indoor gardener, and Alfred Byrd GraTs "Exotic Plant Manual" - fReference) contains 420ff ph'olograp'hs; including Suggestions,.for: indoor landscaping, and how to care for house plants. Many books on house, plants also circulate. ' ' H OT t i c u 11U r a I Pests, Detection,.and Control," -by : G. Fox Wilson and P. B e c k e r , identifies . the; dff.efidlng' brown or white ick (why" is one's favorite plant always the vie- tim?l,and.tells how toVfight it. including biological- control methods. ·'''·" : ' MANY MAGAZINES The .Library .keeps an up-to- date file of . many nursery catalogs and -the -following magazines: Horticulture, Natural ,G a r d e n i n g, Organic Gardening, and African Violet. A collection of pamphlets in the HAPPINESS isane On this date: In 1598, Boris Godunov became Czar of Russia. In 1700, the Southwest Pacific Island of New "Britain was discovered by the English navigator, William Campier. In 1889, a railroad opened in Burma from 521-2M3 1HRE , feed room; two bith, flretfaec, central heal and air, doable faraft, larire -1M m Paradiae Lane. Phon* 442. · tK9 «ner e p.m. . , - ,. ,tAI(D Far Salt: One or'1,000 Acrts, ilart. lf -Wt'-*t V* per un. By ownir. PhoM «« ·M484. was Rangoon to Mandalay. In 1933, the German parliament building in Berlin, th,e Reichstag, was burned. '.'": In 1939, the U.S. Supreme Court outlawed sitdown strikes. In 1944, during the Pacific war, U.S. planes hit Japanese targets in Indochina. Ten years ago: Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev said he was confident that t h e Soviet Union and Communist China c o u l d settle their ideological Vertical File cpvers such topics as Arkansas lawn weeds, annual and perennials, plants for summer color, and hardiness of plants in the Ozarks. Possibly the best single source to" answer any garden question is the'pamphlet series from the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. At random, we found "Gardening in the Shade," "Handbook on Soils," "Tree and Shrub, Forms, Their Landscape Use," and "Handbook on A me r.ic ah ...Gartens, A' Traveler's. Guide."-All are illustrated vyith photographs. Next week: 'Sports. Start saving : now for a dpwnpayment this spring on a new ski rig and enjoy the fun and relaxation available on anyone ofNorthwest Arkansas' many lakes. Open or add to your savings account -soon and watch that new boat aownpayrnentgrow. Fayetteville Savings and'Loan--201 North East Avenue--serving Northwest Arkansas. : FAYETTEVILLE SAVINGS AMD LOAN ASSOCIATION 201 NoniH EAST AVENUE, FAVETTEVILtE dispute. Five years ago: The British ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS WPC-ARK-3S8, WS-ARK«, PROJECT NOT: CTTT OP WEST FOBK, i.:KAN»A8, OWNER Separati .s»«i.!fd kldi for. sanitary Uw b« iKilvtd ty Uif City el Wot rSrk, House of Commons voted overwhelming approval to a bill to rsstrict. colored immigration lo Britain. One year ago: President Nixon ended a visit to China. Today's birthdays: Actress Elizabeth Taylor is 41. Former opera star Lotte Lehmann is 85. Thought for today: I praise loudly. I blame softly -- C«th- erine the Great of Russia, 1729 1796. . . . . - · · - Airport Garbage Becomes Sexier DETROIT (AP) -- Tightened security precautions at Detroit Metropolitan Airport seems to be making t h e airport's garbage sexier. ,..... : . Authorities say'indulging pas-; sertgers-' are-"apparently discarding their pornography rather than . face .. the inquisitive, glances of anti-skyjack officials, "I suppose people don't want .he security guards to discover ;hey have dirty books or maga- Sncs," an airport spokesman said. The Federal Aviation Administration would have no reason to detain anyone carrying pornography, i spokesman, said ,"W.e're v looking for weapons 'other'· law violations." he id. · ,'jpornoiraphy i* petty ituif.

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