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· N»rtfcw**t .Aricanwt TIMB, Tuw., Aug. 15, 197J FAvrrrrvrM.1, AMKAMCA* Zachary Will Tour Europe C i S P p I N G D A L E -- Lee 'Zachary, Sgrlngdale Chamber ^ipf-iCommerce executive vice Resident and member of the f state Parks ; and Tourism Com- ,ralssion, will lour Europe this Jail with a mission sponsored try ihfi Soutnern Travel "^Directors Council (STDC). 4. Zachary's expenses for the promoting European in. the southeastern .states will be paid Jn part by the Arkansas Parks and -Tourism Commission and the SSpringdale Chamber of Combine rce, iiKEstimated cost of the junket Sis-! between $UOO and J1.500. -^wilh Zachary, the Chamber and fttfe "Parks Commission each "Expected to pick up approximately one third of the 'Ujb. ^.^achary will leave Nov. IB 'arfpV return Dee. 2, visiting pLohdon, 'Copenhagen, Berlin, tjk'hnsterdam and Paris. Tour TSfleralors, wholesalers, retail ·\tYavel agents and transportation i'tAnpanies will be the target i^tfdiences-for the promotion of 'tt'avel loilhe southern stales. Zachary announced this week ?liis intention of presenting to the ;OTDC a plan for awarding , free Strips to each of the 11 par- !|t\cipating states to travel Jepresentalives in the audience E al 1 each European city visited. . iiHe indicated he will attempt _|p obtain the state commission's cceptance of a plan to award r trip to Arkansas in each afbpeari' capital, whether or Sot the STDC adopts his 3hposal. v «WHe also said that^he intends yo ' take some souvenir tffpTesentalive of the poultry 3b.duslry 1 w]th him to distnbute JmVEurope. Tourism has jumped ·-info the top three or four major ^come sources for the region "a/id Zachaty said that is one ..reason^ Ihe. Chamber has been J^so- receptive to the tour. j Mentioning the possibility of j industrial benefits possible from J the to'ur, : alsp, Zachary pointed out a German firm had "established a plant at Joplm, Mo., as a result: of a mission made .to Germany by the Joplin Commerce. iNew Pizza Hut [Builder Wants I To Save Trees Trees and progress seldom get along but Tommy Grover told the Board of Adjustment Monday he wanted; U save every, tree he could in' con strucling a P'ma Hut at 316 S. School Ave. Grover asked the board to allow him to construct .tli£ building on the rear property line of his lot so that he coulc save several trees in the middle of the property. Ordinance requires the structure be 15 feel from the rear line when con Iigu6us : to aS-esidentialdistrict. However, Grover pointed out that he was purchasing the rear lot and plans to attempt to have it rezoned, or at least con ditionally approved by . the Planning Commission, as parking lot. In another appeal, the boar rejected an appeal by , the Shenandoah Garden Apartments $ for a 20 foot variance on J necessary lot width fo construe f an apartment at 120D E. 15th JSt. Just off the Hwy. 16 cos ; by-pass. \ , Owners of the property als J Own Shenandoah Mobile Home " Park adjacent to the lengthy but n a r r o w lot Ordinanc requires, among other things that "the lot be 90 ; foot wide fo Its planned use. The lot Is 70 foot wide. The board was more generou J lo two other petitions an* f granted: | -- A request to vary th {setback and height of a sjg | that needs repair at 2425 N t College Ave., Ben Jacks Guita '· Center. * -- A request lo allow con f iinued use of a portable buildin i located at Bob's Taco at. 61 IN. College Ave., the buildin \ had been located there withou f proper permits and setbacks. I Pre-Regislrafion | Begins Wednesday \ Pre-registration for student { attending Woodland Junior Higi I School will begin Wednesday. { Seventh grade students wil {register Wednesday, eight: Z r a d e r i Thursday and nint) graders Friday. , .,:-'· Regiatration hours each day ate from 0 a.m. to 12 noon am : from i to »v.m. Jerry Daniel, newly asslg'ne principal, *aid students wil 'receive schedules in the librar " nd touri of the building to state elMimonu and lockers re planned. Parents ma accompany students, a "J'* 1 J Jje **** to »t students ,--{J? Woodland are requested W bring report cards from the previwa year, » fi i Aug. si »:z» , and cla«sej win sWr a,rn. and win p. Jn , '" MMNV Three Cars Hit After Pickup Rolls info Lot An unattended pickup .truck ·longing lo the city Water epartment and parked in a ace behind City Hall slipped ose Monday afternoon a n d lied .into the Police Depart- ent parking lot 1 next door, lere it slightly damaged three irs. The runaway truck negotiated 90-degree t u r n ' and crossed n alley between Gity Hall and e Pollce'Station', then hit a r belonging to Michael J. uddleston of West Fork, police id. The impact knocked the uddleston car into. cars ilonging to Kalhy M. Edens Route 6, and Donald R. Bunn 718 Edna Street, Springdale, dice said. Police said a Water-Deparl- ent e m p l d y . e ; Arthur aselman, 56, 'of 17. W. Sixth , parked the truck in drive ear behind city hall and failed set the emergency brake. Three Trealed After Wreck Af Springdale S P R I N G D A L E -- Three ersons were given emergency eatment at Springdale Me orial -Hospital Monday mor- ng following a three-car ac dent on Hv,y 68 west near e Pleasant Street intersection Treated and released were illiam J, O'Brien, 55:. anc nda Kay O'Brien, 20; both-o: ian-Lara Mission of Vieto alif. and Alan Victor Brown i, of Huntington Beach, ;Calif. The accident occurred 'When car-.driven - by Wanda Mae :ayfield, 37, of Springdale, was inable to stop in time to avou .nking the r e a r' of a car opped behind a vehicle aiting to make a left turn into le driveway of the Dorm an linic. James-Thomas Johnson, 60 ' Springdale, was driver of the ar attempting thfe turn. Cliffdrc arson Newman, of Springdale as 'driver. :of the car struck y the Mayfield car. The in uied were passengers in the eivman car. The Mayfield woman was ted by police for following too osely. ogers hospital. Born Aug. 13, 90 at Green Forest,, he was retired farmer and a Baptist. Survivors are the widow. Mrs. dice York Sims of the home; o "daughters, Mrs. Velma baney of Rogers and Mrs. Rita ells "of Aving'er, Tex.; Isvo roth e rs , Clyde :6f Gree ri Forest nd Bert of-Lees.Summili Mo;; w.o sisters, Mrs. Eva Logan of unlsville" ' a n d ''Mrs. Ruby radshaw of Green Forest; two randchildrcn and two great- randchjldren. ;-: .-.'; Funeral ,sery;ce will be at .2 m, Thursday; ,;at ' Calliso'n Fu- eral Chapel wttli burial in akley's 'Chapel. Cemetery; MRS.MONA Jif, SULL1NS Springdale'. -^ Mrs. Mona M. ullihs, '85; of Route 5,' Spring- ale, died Monday in the iringdalc hospital. Born June 1887 in Springdale, the daugh- er of W. A. and Nancy. A. : Graan\ .Cpoj}er,.she 1 was a Baplist. Survivors, are ..two sons, Otto ooper , p (. :^ 1' Monte, Calif . and aurlCoop'er'-ot. Springdale; one ster,.Mrs. Mirjnie PJumlee of ayetteville^ four.' grandchildren nd two greatgrandchildren. Funeral, service will be at 1:30 a.m. Wednesday at Sisco uneral Chapel with burial in Zion Cemetery. Car Hits Tree, Then Spins Into Passing Pickup Two vehicles collided oh a a^row stretch of Black Oal oad about a mile south v o ayette_ville Monday afteiv one them hit. a tree and spun nto a passing,'pickup, truck tate Police said today. ? ."· Robert W. 'funstill/ 36, o loute 7, the' driver of _ the car 'as slightly injured. ' , S t a t e Police said theitw chicles were attempting t ass while gpmg in opposil ireclions on the narrow roa n the Tunstil! vehicle pulle o Ihe right and struck a tre ear the roadside. The rear o ie car spun left.inlo A picku ruck drlverTby. Wade Anderson 4, .of Route 5; , ' "There have been seVera cdurats on this road with! . mile area caused by th iarrowness'offthe'road and Id irush and trees- growing alon ind'out into the foad," i reporte he investigating officer, Stai 'rooper Larry E. Spencer' o [osfien. Officials To Attend 'Agricullure Day' HOT SPRINGS -- Two Arkan ias s e n a t o r s and fou Congressmen are lo attend . 'Salute To Agriculture Day here Aug. 30, when Secretar of Agriculture :Earl Bulz wi i peak at Ihe Convention Aud orium. Gov. Dale Bumpers wi ake part in the program. Open to the public, the even s being planned by a stai c o m m i t t e e composed members of farm organization commodity groups, agricultur a g e n c i e s a n d agri-businei eaders. Lake Lucerne Sale Al Auction Revealec EUREKA SPRINGS -- Th ale of Lake Lucerne Resort auction has been reported her M. D;- Neill and L. E. Kip Springfield, Mo., paid $284,5 or the property. Lake Lucerne was opened 923 by Richard Thompson wh built it into one of the mo popular resorts in this; area the late 1950s, but it tu declined in recent years. "HEROIN HOTLINE' (800) 368-5363 T» Report InformoHwi ·n H*roin " _T» feferal :ijQbituary j '^ BAN SIMS' '. ' . Rogers.^' Dan Simj. 82, of died Monday In the Water ea ***· Street front" Eastern Avenue to Sant Avenue «nd Irfwls Avenue from Main Street to' Hwy. 62 west and Mitchejl Street from Lewis Avenue lo a point 408 feet'wesl of L'ewis Avenue. -- A resolution selling R public hearing on proposal; lo close a portion' of Walker Streel at the request of Barretl- Fincher Real Estate. BS, SARAH ANN CAMPBELL Silpam Springs -- Mrs. Sarah nn :Campbell; 87, of Route 2, entry, died Monday a t . the ome of her daughter. Miss eggy Campbell, of the same ddress. Born Sept.. 4, 1884 at linh, Wales, she moved to this rea 15 years ago from Penn- ylvania; She was a member ' .the Bible Fellowship Church t Bethlehem, Pa. Survivors are a second daugh- er, Mrs. John Routh of ;iegelville. Pa. and a son, Franklin of Bethlehem. Graveside services will be eld Wednesday at Fairview ^emelery. ' in Bethlehem, Pa. : vith local arrangements under ie dectipn of Wasson Funeral lorrie of Siloam Springs. MRS. MARGARET ROWELL Siloam" Springs -- Mrs. Mar aret Rowell, 88, of Kansas, 3kla., died in a Pryor, Okla. ospital Aug..l3. Born Jan. 20, 884 at Moingona, Iowa, she had ved 'in the Kansas area for he past- 31" years. She was a rtfember.of the Church of God. (CONTINUED JROM PAGE ONE) victim was - i n . Sprihgdale, the fireman said/ ..... · . As" a result;' of the calls, firemen for boln department have adopted a policy * of identifying the city when they answer the emergency phone. Fayelleville firemen, for instance, say, "Fayetleville "Fire Department:"" "That usually heads them off," ' said · ; Lonnie Farrar. assistant chief. . - '. ' Captain Harold ·J.iPerrymari. a Springdale fireman, suggested that persons 'lightly mark out the number of the 'other town's fire department in the front flap of the telephone directory. Or better, he said, post the correct number near the telephone. Firemen indicated it was fortunate that more than 'one persons reported the Springdale fire. Three ·· engine companies and a rescue squad responded to the ' are two sons, William R., both alarm', The blaze was causee by 'a" 'c'Urtain material.'" pulled, " or into bedding . , conditioner, "which stopped the fan and -caused t h e motor lo overheat. firemen said. '" ·'··" . The damage 'was .largely confined to the bedroom where the fire 'originated. Other parts of the house received smoke damage. The house belonged to Ruth Morris, firemen said. YORK STOCKS ky Ark Best Corp 2U4 Alcan 22H Amer Airlines 29H Amcr Tel Tel ............ ;42 Anaconda .......' 18(4 Ark La Gas 23V4 Armco : 21W Baldwin 35% Boeing ...- 24% Campbell Soup 28W Ccnl^Si S-W 42« Chrysler 31H Comsat .-.. 55V» Del Monle ;.. 21H Area News Briefs YEARBOOK READY ' Yearbooks were distributed to students at Springdale High School today, nnd a "signing party" wi)l be held at the school this evening, beginning at 6:30 o'clock. Dia Shamrock '.... 19 Diltards 30H Easco isii A G'Edwards lO'Is Emerson . 91 Ford- ,..;....; .'.; 66*1 tOH .. 20 Fronller l Air ..'.,.,. Fuquk Indus ....... Gaf -Corp -...i............ 2di Gen Motors' 77 Georgia Pacific .. --;... 40H Gr West Fin 27 Gulf Oil 24 Inll Bus Mach .-...:: 421 Intl Harv 34 I-T-E' Imperial .......... 44V4 J C Penney .V...^. 8214 Kerr -McGee ,; 58 Kaiser Alum IBS Lev! Strauss 49 Ling Tenico Vought 12H Marcor ;... 24% Pan Am World Air ...... 13H Phillips Petro 3Wt Ralston 35% Reynolds Metals 17 Safeway .'..... 3614 St Regis Paper BEEK STOLEN Eight to 10 cases of beer were stolen Sunday night in a break- in at Woody's Tavern on Hwy. 68 west, Mrs Woody Stockton told Ihe sheriff's office Monday. The screen on the north window of the building was ripped off to gain entry. Mrs. Stocketon said the theft occurred between 7 p.m. Sunday night and 3 a.m. Monday. Sears 113% Servomation ..... . . . ...... 27% Shakespeare ..... ......... 12% Singer ../..; ........... ,...8214 Sots. Pacific . . ....... .... 46% Spsrry Rand BATTERY, TIRE STOLEN A battery and a new spare tire were stolen from a car parked on Black Oak Road, owner Stan Johnson told the sheriff's office Monday afternoon. Johnson said the thiel Survivors i*rahcis arid Fort Dodge, Iowa; three a'ughlers, Mrs. Hazel M. Decker,',-, Tulsa, Mrs. Einga Evelyn Ferguson, Kansas, Okla. nd Mrs. Sarah Holloway, formal, III.; two sisters, Mrs. xjtilia M. Hay, Fairfield, Iowa n'd Mrs. Ethel Potter,. Winoha, ikla.; nine grandchildren and great-grandchildren. ... ;-. Funeral service will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Lierly Free Will Baptist Church near Kan;as with burial in Memorial 'ark Cemetery at Fort Dodge at ii^n.ji.m. Friday under di-: ection of the Wasson Funeral Home, of Siloam Springs. _ JAMES EDWARDS Silpani; Springs -- James Arthur-Edwards, 67, of Gentry, lied Aug. 14 in Siloam Springs .lemorial Hospital. Born Sept. 27, 1904 in Cherokee County, Okla;, he was a retired farmer. He had lived for the past 23 years at Gentry moving there rom St. Joseph, Mo. and was a Baptist. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Willie Ruth Ritsinger Edwards of the home; two daughters, Mrs. ·. Virginia Lee Divin of Tulsa, and Mrs. Francis Walton of .-Sand 'Springs, Okla.; two sisters, Mrs. Pearl Gouge and Mrs. Eula Kimmel, both of entry; seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be 10 a.m. Wednesday in the Gentry First Baptist Church with burial at : 2 p.m. Thursday in ^Moiint Auburn Cemetery, St. Joseph, Mo. under the direction of the Wasson Silpam fund' has been established for Application For Jmboden Bank Under Advisement LITTLE ROCK (AP) - After hearing testimony until 8 p.m. Monday, the state Banking Board took under advisement Monday 'night .an application for a new state bank at Imboden (Lawrence County)'. H. C. Adam sXv s fate " Bank commissjbner, : .said ' the .boa.rd would, study the transcript from Monday's hearing and then convene at a later ; date to render a decision.} / " : .;·' ./;;.;' , : .'·-. " Doug' Bradley, attorney for Ihe group "seeking Ihe sid cai .-. ....... ,...:..'.,;;'. "65 Sid Jersey . . ...... V ....... . 7814 Texaco .'.......'..;.....'.... 33% Tri State Motors .......... 8^a Union Carbide ____ , ..... .. 49 7 ,i UMC 'Corp ..... ............ '22 United Air ; ........ .-...,:. 39 U S Steel -. . . ....... :. ..'...; 29'/a Victor ....... .. ........ ,...2114 Westihghouse ...... -.-. ____ '4614 Whittaker ........:.....,... 9 Westvaco ..'. ____ , ......... 2215 Ark West Gas ....... ". 11%-1214 Citation ............... 3%-3 Gen Growth ............ :. 25-26 Gen Resources ...... 12?8-13M Kearney National ...... 814-8% Minute Man . ........... 3 7 A-4W Orig. Coney- Island ,..,.'. 5-5% Pioneer Foods .......... 7U-714 Pizza Hut ....... ....... 29-29% H K Porter .'...... ..... . 24-25 Std Register ... ..... 155S-1614 Tyson Foods .. ........ 1614 -17 Wal-Mart ..,..., ..... 3014-30;!4 Wilson Laurel .......... 1W-2'W Yellow F : rt ............. 43-431i Averages Indus . .............. down 4.29 Trans ............... down 1:62 Volume .......... . ... down .13 Volume .:.........:..'. 5,110:000 'two Bulldozers To Be Added To framing Course '. Two additional bulldozers for the Heavy Equipment; Opera tors Training School, schedulec to re-open this week are expect edlo arrive here Wednesday ac cording to County Judge ,Vo Lester. .'· -","."\ ~ The bulldozers are beirif obtained through an Arm; surplus depot at Corpus Christ! Tex.:. ' The dozers will be among the surplus heavy equipment usec by the seven Washington County employes and one Fayetteville employe who will undergo the 21-week training course at : the W e s t Campus Vocational Technical School here. Cooperating in the program funded through the Public Services Careers Program o Ihe Northwest Arkansas Econo mic Development District, an the Fayetteville Employmen Security Division office and:th Washington County Economi Opportunity Agency, Inc., which scree" "i and recruits the par ticipants. The West Campu: School is the training agency. The program serves both tc upgrade and initially train city and county employes. Iso broke out a window In n nnt door of Ihe car. A R D E N VANDALISM Vcrnon Singleton of Route I. rairie Grove, told Ihe nhnrKI'it ffice mid-mowing MonOay Ihnt omeone had goltcn Into nl« arden over the weekend nnd ullcd up his pepper planls, tompcd his watermelons am nlfed his cantcloupcs. He equested a deputy lo in esligate the destruction. . NJURED IN WRECK ; GOSHEN -- ' Debbie C'oun rynVan,-28. of Springdale was lightly injured at 5 a.") Ipnday when Ihe car she was riving slid off Blue Springs load two miles north of here Hale Police said today. Also lightly injured in Ihe acciden was Wanda Barren, 26, 1 o ipringdale, police said. THREE BIKES STOLEN S P R I N G D A L E -- Thrd ticycles were' stolen from the Youth Center grounds Monday fternoon while the owners weri n . the swimming pool. Mrs Raymond Boatrighl reported li jolice Ihe theft of bicycle, lelonging to Clark Boalright Doug Workman and Randy Boatrighl. told the board that the community was making progress but that it could make even more if it had its own bank! Bradley ; said 4he ^nearest banking facility for residents was at Smithville, some 13 miles away. Opposing the incorporation of Ihe new bank were the Citizens Bank of Smithville and two Walnut Ridge banks. Sloan Rainwater, attorney for one of the Walnut Ridge banks and the Smithville bank, contended that the application for bank was riddled with Funeral . Home of Springs. A memorial t h"e - A m e r i c a n Association. H e a r t Stolen Bikes Given To Boys A;ybuth gave the sons of Mr. a n d ' M r s . Bill Mills three apparently stolen bicycles Monday, sheriff's reports said today. - Mrs. Mills phoned the 'sheriff's office Monday afternoon when she saw her sons had the bicycles in their possession. She said she belfeved them stolen. Investigation showed Hi at one of the bicycles belonged to the Raymond Boatright family and one apparently lo the Boatright's in-laws. One still has not been identified. The bicycles are being kept at the sheriff's office. accuracies and .was designed to create an illusion of potential. Chess Play To Resume Today REYKJAVIK, Iceland (AP) -- Bobby Fischer and Boris Spassky were scheduled to play their 14th game in the world chess championship today after a two-day delay because of a medical poslponement by the Soviet titleholder. Fischer, leading 8-5 in'·' the series, had complained Spassky should not.have been grantee the postponement because the medical certificate submittec did not specif^'the Russian's ailment. :? . ' Chief referee-jLothar Schmic dismissed thfr'American chal lenger's objections, saying ,'jl is never ... necessary- thai ill ness be specified. It only needs to be certified,"^ City Softball Play Continues HwyTl^reck Injures Woman BRENTWOOD -- S a 11 y, P. Wilson, 39, of Fort Smith was reated for cuts and other minor injuries after the car she was driving collided with two vehicles at 10:05 p.m. Monday on Hwy. 71,-.two miles south of here, .State Police said today: The victim was treated; at Washington : General Hospital and released. - P o l i c e constructed the following account of the accident: . . . . The; Wilson vehicle was traveling ; soulh when it crossed the center line and hit a northbound car driven by James Ronald Stough, 21, of -Montgomery, Ala., knocking it into a ditch east of the roadway. The Wilson vehicle continued across the northbound lane and collided with a car driven by Jackson Graves Chase, 47, of Russellville, which was near the road shoulder. The Wilson vehicle then slid into the east d i t c h , where it came to rest. FIRE DAMAGES CAR SPRINGDALE -- Moderat damage under the hood of i car owned by A. L. Clark, 340 . Turner.St., was caused ^ 'ire at 5:25. p.m. Monday S.p r i n g d a 1 e firemen, wh extinguished the blaze, sajd th "ire apparently started "whe Mrs. .Clark drove into th driveway of her home . a n gasoline flooded over the car buretor and ignited. PLAYING WITH MATCHES LOWELL -- Children playin with matches in a barn an adjacent buildings were said b Springdale firemen, to hav caused a. fire which destroye the barn and buildings Monda afternoon. John Crawford is occupant o the farm owned by Joe Steel. Files $10,000 Suit Daniel B. Thomas filed $10.000 suit in Washington Ci cuit Court Monday again Ozark Cattle Farms, Inc.. f( alleged failure to pay Thoma for s e l l i n g 20 head of th defendant's cattle under April 11 oral contract. The suit said that th defendant had agreed to pa Thomas ?500 per head sold. T' $164,000 sale was made July 1 the suit said. Drury Honors Dr. D.D.Jones The honorary degree of doctor ' ji'u'mnno IcUern w«» conferred i Dr. Dorsoy. Deo Jones, e 11 r o d chairman of thi nlvcmlly of Arkansas depart- icnt of history, by his n 1 m a mntcr, Drury College, Sprlng- cld, Mo., Salurday. A »umma urn laudo Drury graduate, Dr, ones, holds a master's degree rom the University of Colorado nd a doctor's degree from the Jniverslty of Iowa. Dr. Jones, considered an xnort on European and Asian Istory, Joined the faculty ot the University of Arkansas as a Isto'ry Instructor in 1926, and erved 43 years, longer than nyone since the history department was established. He was ic firsl chairman, of the d»- arlment and established Rus. Ian and F a r Eastern history ourses. _ He published a Russian ilslory and Is author of numer- us articles In scholarly lubUcalions. .. .. " ... . In 1963 he was the recipient .if the Distinguished Alumnus Award from Drury. A former president of the Fayetteville Rotary Club he is member of a number of pro- essional and social orgamza- He was honored at a luncheon it the Kentwood Arms following :he services Saturday. 7 Rape Charges Filed Against Lincoln Man First degree rape charges w e r e filed Monday in W a s h i n g t o n Circuit Court against John B. Leyva. 22, of near Lincoln in the alleged Friday night rape of his 13-year- old companion. The charge followed an -interview Monday with .the vic- ·im who said her attacker was taking her to Bella Vista to visit brother, whom she dated. The alleged rape occurred on Wedington Rd.. after Leyva had car trouble. The charge -was filed by Prosecuting Attorney Mahlon Gibson. , - _ The City of Fayetteville edgec SWEPCO Monday evening men's fast pitch Softball playe at the City Park. John Miller was the winning pitcher and W. J. Whilehead Ihe loser. Rod Lewis led the City with a homerun while Steve Williams had two RBI's f o r SWEPCO. In the second game Dandy Oil downed the Salvation Army 7-1. Russell Ogle was the winning pitcher and Budgie Harris the loser. James Baker and Gerald Dailey led the winners with two runs each while Charley Bighorse and Reining scored t h e 1 ' o n l y runs for the Salvation Army. GET READY FOR SCHOO.L EARLY 1HIS YEAR This year be ahead of schedule and beat the back-; to-school rush. How? An easy: question with a simple ans-' wer. Let a Times.Want Ad help you along. Here's a typewriter that was recently sold to a smart student:' ROYAL portable typewriter, fi real good buy . for · college- papers. Case Included. Everything in good condition. Phone 443-xxxx after 5. - - .Place your Classified Ads with The Times soon. Wheth-'' er you are looking fr a specific item or selling some' of your own no-longer-used articles, we have Ihe section for you. 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