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39-OfflcB Space, Building, For Rent OFFICE SPACE .?!'.;. ^ W ' f l n i i n l y ciiriwloil I-CH,,,, i r l v u l u (mining, u m l r u l m i l u l r , convL-nliint lo !!', 1 ."",?...!." .""'Â·K'.''Â«. iivni rwilro... $75 per 443-jain, Sil^ 41-- for Ronl-Mlscollcinoom \VII.T, rent ii.isHirn [rr linrw-N J n ckiy IIOHIIOM ,,0111- l I l l l U ' l l l c l l I Hi'linol. MIOIIO 4I--BIH. ' SECURITY SELF-STORAGE 3 SI7.K UNITS. N I O I I T MQUTINU BUSINKSS OH IIOUSIiirOLlj GOODS, LONG on SHOUT TKIIM K ' ""' 3 ' Phono 75 MOM 42-Wanteel To Rent Or Lea so TlUllOB Christian siting men looklni; tor 2-3 fceiiiooii) liousc, Rijotlcvlllp urea lo _l_eiH for 1971.75 sdiool ymr. S21-S51I. WANT TO HUNT: Pasture" ror nniThorso" In FannlnstQn area. I'lionc 067-3517. ARCHITECT student and wife would llko (o rout small unfurnished house, phono 621-1 Â£6. 43-Reol Estate-Wanted DEED IIVAOUS. Chroe bedroom fnmtiy tioinc with about '10 acres. U[ lo $20.000. :Gcorgl- Weiss, Wallace, Michigan. 19893. .WANTED to rent or lease: pasture land, .1.000 acres or more. Any and alt size ^creagea considered Phone alter 5:30 p.m.. 5U1-M60. V^^^xÂ«^*v\*vwÂ« 44--Real Estate- Sate Or Trade AI.BUQURKCJUK Bound? Will Irflde equity *lti new 3 bedroom home for local properly -- Immediate possession, Tele 412.3761. 45 -LoU For Sale UNI-: n n n Inill.llnif t i n , m Winilowrlilno U i K i ' , I j i r i i t l i l u k l n u Miw, In KClucl nsUli- : J UI i n v k i l i i ) * K V 46--Fornu Acroaget ("Olfin'KV rolluiri!, 3 ricrw, fenced, Ixun, M N - i u i i , nritnn\i- v n n l r n , I m l t -- mil licov l!i iiilmnY, II.NII Uiilvonlly. HO.IXXJ. 01.1. JX)N(l mriM IXJAhB an in r if i *nd imai; fnmii-KoiieriLl Land Hank AMOC. Phont 47--Rodl EÂ»tale-For SalÂ«- POH HALT 1 ; In Lincoln, Art. '["wo relnxni fully airiKLi'd, olik-r lyjic hmiso, hut nice, WiH i H J l h l c'Ui'|Ma to biiit. Only JlU.WXJ, Hume Â«'31-5m (JO- A. Small n i n o u n t of cnsh lalkÂ« HASUIIIU V. A. Irjim A move nlo tli la a t t r a c t i v e n hod room 2 i Jionio -- f i r e p l a c e A control Ac air. 30-A. On tfio rlKit *ldu of town-II brick 3 bedroom -- 2 Imlh -- u n J I y room -- flrcnlat'o, double arose -- l i n t l e r f l e t d School div- rlot. $!d!l.!00,00, _'t-A, Live moro cheaply En y o u r wn home -- N o r t h e a s t locution -Central heal nlr -- 3 bedroom -bath E x l r n I nr KB fenced corner ot, Yes, J u a t 129.500,00. 2243 N. College 521-1180 45 EAST NEW ;i nuonooM, 2 BATH BIIICK HOME. FUL.LY CAIiPBTEO, CEN- TIIAL, HEAT AIR DOUBLE O A R A G E WITH PULL DOWN STAIHWELL. OUTDOOR PATIO WITH PRIVACY FENCE. POSSESSION NO PROBLEM. OWNER THANSFERHING. ASSUME LARGE LOAN. PRICE S2Si500. CALL: V I R G I N I A BRISTOW OFFICE: 521-1COO HOME: 4-12-5547 '/ / /Â· thambut 3 BIl 2 bath home In perfect con rtUion in one of best areas. Family rm. with v a u l t e d ceiling WB fireplace. Comp, Kit. carpeted. 2 car garage. Fenced B-Y. Clf A. $30,500. Call Martha Davis 443-5059. FAUCETTE COUNTRY living on $6.200 caMt, four room and batti, two ncrcs, cellar, fiood well ami creek. 1S-3H3. V/anteed: A F a m i l y For This O l d e r Home jlave 2 bdr. or 6if you need'them; 2 balhs. On School Street, Price "(iuced to $23,500 (or quick action. Call Ken Tillman today, 521-6979. Country Living -- $15,500 3 bdr., 1 batli, frame. In Pleaurc Heights. Fully Carpeted, separate dining. Springdalc schools. Owner has moved, demands action. Call K a t h e r i n c Fiser and see it today. 521-1303. Remodeled Home In S p r i n g d o l e 3 bdr., 1 bath, frame. Includes range, drapes, new carpet. Convenient to shopping, Wcaiwood school, Youth Center a n d Library. Large level lot with trees. Immediate possession for only $18,750. Call Ron Pyeatt now. 521-2714. Why Spend $38,000 On A Home? Because it has 3 bdr., 2 baths, family room, separate dining, carpet, central heat and air, a palio and more. Because it's in a lovely neighborhood, near Hiittcrficld School, convenient to shopping. And because your family is worth it. Call Katherme Fiser today. 521-4303. Know Value When You See It? 80 acres, close to town on Hwy, 265. Has 4 ponds, fenced and partially cross fenced. We're waiting for you to call right now. Ask for Katherine Flser. 521-4303. B R Y C E D A V I S 1617 North College Katherine Fiser 'Bryce Davis Ron Pyealr Ken Tillmon C CO. I N C . 521-8660 521-4303 442-8071 521-2714 521-6979 WOMAN'S WORLD A Convenient Sewing and Shopping Guide for Today's Gal on the Go. 514 Win compliments with feminine, embroidered fashions. TWICE PRETTY! One yard 36" fabric is all you need for bareback halter that fits Misses' Sizes 8-10. B r i m m e d hat takes 1 yard, too, Pat. 514: transfer, pattern pieces. 75 CENTS each pattern--add 25 cents each pattern for first- class mail and special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, 450, Nccdlccrfifl Depl.. RÂ»x I f i l . Old Chelsea Station. New York. N. Y 10011. Print PiiUern N u m b e r . Name, Address. Zip. N E W ! IOT4 Neetllccraft Cfitnlog covers the creative- scene--knit, crochet, fashions, embroidery, quilts. more! . . Â· Â· '5 Â« c r s t N K W ! Sow K n i t Honk lias basic tissue pattern ..$l.2!i NEW! NctllcpnlriL Hook $1.00 NEW! Flower Crochet . . , . $ 1 . 0 0 l l n l r p i n Crochol Mook $1,00 Instmit Crorlinl llnnk -- $I."G I n s t a n t Money liofjlt . . . . . . . J l . O O Jnslant M n c n i m o Hunk , . * l , 0 f t Complete- G i f t Monk SI.dQ Complete A f i d i n n s no.M $I.M 12 Prizo A f x h i i n s no. 12 .fif! rents Rook of i n Onllh n o , I ..,10 ronln Museum Q u i l t Hook uo,2 . . . . SO r crils 111 0'ilKs Inr Tnilny im,n .10 cents Rook of Id .Ilffy Hurts ..SO Suddenly a mild clay t u r n cold and liow glaci you arc L toss on the cuddly cnpe yni crocheted. Dress is a charmer. Printed Pattern -I8D6: Misses Sizes 10. 12, I1, IB, 18. tlal Sizes 1214, U'A, WA. I8',i. 20W IX.K. Sent! $1.00 for each pattern Add 25 cents for each pattern for first-class m a i l antl specla h a n d l i n g . Send to A n n o Adam: Northwest Arkansas TIMER Â«8, Pattern Dcpt,. 2tt Wcs I7lh St.. New York, N. Y. I0011 Print N A M K . ADDIIESS. X,IP SIXK and STYMC N U M B E R . Double bonus! Choo5fr nn pntlern froe in New SPRING K I . I M M K R Pnllorn Catnlag. Ko cine fre^ patlorn printed inside 100 b e a u t i f u l fashions, all sizes SontJ 7fj cenls nnw. New! Sew K n i t Book-- IIII.H basic llssuo piillcrn ...$1.2 r n s l n n t KewiilH Mnnk . . . . j l . O I n s l n n l Knsliion nnnk .. .$1.0 AnVEnTTfiFK thin fMtnrÂ« dally . will ift rour me* . und fhrr' 7--Real Estate--For Sola ni-A. For Ihi! T t i r l f l y . A vJow f r o m f l r o o D b -- Central n E r -- Witlk- dlsluiiL-e of Acliool, A l l rcdci'or. toil h i N l d u JUKI (int. Price REALTOR Call: Bill Kcc-ton .cRoy Wlllla Â·att Cannlchae! Taxlno Smith Mildred Grauc Bill C. Grauc 5JI-H35 4(2-8616 443-4117 442-2231 442-4240 521-3792 SMALL iwo bedroom house ami lol In 'arminfiton. Call JS7-3S59 a f t e r 7 p.m. inytJrnc Montfoy and Tuesday. NEW 3-4 BEDROOM HOMES ome nearly completed, others under construction. These homes are op q u a l i t y with all the extras, 3 hone Builder, Garland Smith, 2673393 after 7 p.m. or contact your realtor. BUTTERFIELD ESTATES 2637 STANTON AVENUE BY OWNER Beautiful English brick home 3- Bedrooms, Excellent floor plan. 2 : ,a )aths. Formal living-dining arcns arge paneled family room witl woodbuniing fireplace, G.E. k i t - chen. Carpeting throughout, draperies, 2 car paneled garage, central heat and air. Large lot, landscaped with many trees. Walk to Butterficld School. Price mld-for- ies, Shown by appointment only No realtors. Phone 443-2234 3 BR home in excellent condition ieaulitul paneled interior. Foncec back yard, 5,4% loan can be as sumcd. Â§21.000. Call Cathy Boyc 321-5971. FAVCETTE. QSinois Rived bottom farm on 26 State HJgiuvay. 65 acres with 4 acres bottom land all seeded Illinois River 2 ponds, 2 wells, bedroom home all paneled, cen tral heat, ','2 basement. Barn. Chick en house and workshop. $45,000 Small down and balance financed by owner at 1% on 30 year loan Come see it -- its a nice deal fo someone. Newlin Realty Company 833-2522 or 839-2259 West Fork, Ark. HOU3S lor sale, to be moved or de moLished. Call 442-6262. TOP- sale by owner. Three bedroon riclc, H4 baths, central heat and air 'encett yanl, familyroom with (Jre[i!sicp double oven and dishwasher, convcnien lo schools, quiet nelehborhood, For fu r Lher information call 42-1-25S1 weekday 8-5. BY OWNER: 4 acres. 45 Easl. Gian oaks, 2-3 bedroom brick, central henl/hir cnrpeled, large workshop. Jlayetlevill school. (31,500 after 4 p.m. 4S2-HJ23. FO R Sale By Owne r: Three bo J room home, bath, kitchen, llvingroom. Lo 100x165, SEG.QQO, Alter 5:00 267-3S-28. YOUR COUNTRY ESTATE 7 acres including the Ha acre prl vale lake, teaming with fish, th very finest in a 3 bedroom, bath brick home. Among the man conveniences and comforts you' also enjoy the spacious f a m i l room. Over 3,000 sq. ft. frontin Hwy. 45 East. DALE NEWLIN REALTY 443-4647 No. 611. SO Acres on Beaver Lafc with J a k e frontage. Large nativ stone and cedar home has 4 bet; rooms and 2 baths large living room with native stone fireplace centra! heat and air, double garage Also small 3 room fishing cabi Good county road. No. 582 -- 60 ACHES 1600 ft. o b e a u t i f u l year round creek front aj?c. Excellent building sites, ve good soil, large trees, perimctc fence, only seven miles from Fay etteville. Terms with owner. No. 57-4 -- 380 ACRES -- over 10 cleared and in fescue pasture. A excellent native rock moder home, good barn new fencing an ponds. Terms with owner. No. 603. 35 Acres -- about 20 acre open and Jn excellent pasture Balance has large trees a n d i rolling land, IjHrÂ£C spring flows o property and located just of blacktop, highway. No. 507 -- -10 ACRES -- 35 acre open pasture, good perimeter fence 2 ponds, .spring, black top road Terms with owner. Prairie Grov chools. ir vovnr surma OR SCUJNO YOU WANT REALTY Fred Merlon Jack Huge Gene Haitnn R39-2K6 T51-7A ncnv-O-rinma bounty. Near lalt C o n t e m p o r a r y . 2-3 DR. Full base men I. Large llv a r i a , Pretly tlriK. Lois of trees. $18,800, C h r i s t i n e n i o n r t c a u 531-200-1. KX(1AJ*ttVF3 rc*l'lrn1ifl1 suMlvblon I w l r rtevelopoil liy o w n e r to lw niÂ«neJ near future. Cttmimlmcnti for rfwili olfiiml ImkMlnff si to* t*inR nrrfptc r nw. Kn J oy n i l rHy con vonir nct.i till* \iurLry hlilf-ftwiiy, i.'or further !Â· Iftrrrmilrm m i l AI^ZVU weokrtn-n R-5. flfl ncres t-t llmehcrcd roujjh Inn Small .stream hciifla on Ihts Inn Tho price i* right. $8000, Newlin Realty Compan ftKI-aSM or 8.10-2250 Wont Fork. A r k . . , iMilhroorm, llvlnffroom, rtlnliiKrooni, cltrn, unsli rooni. On i.T?o lol, tlO.OOO Oil (13-2310. 7-Reol EstatÂ»-For SatÂ» ' c n r U ot A ft l!]Â«h ichool, Nont III), '1 l l n l l i home: film rill with n n t l y v i n o p i m c l l i l j f . Oil St A. rk'i Hfif.lKK). Cull SyMn D a n f o r l h HZ-'/JM. 'l-"l"t'tf .-1'jl I LJ O U N T R Y U V I N ' I T Y C O N V E N I E N C E S IVCT 3',;, ricras of privacy aur- omul Inia c x t r n larifc (new 3 l;cI- ooin jjnd den h o m e nnd the view H really a n i n c l l i l i i n elao. BUT yuu !iÂ«i FÂ»yettcvl]lÂ« phone n n d school us city wnlcr mid n a t u r a l uns. 'liU li n l u x u r y homo done In the pnnteh motif, every room ui biff rul all heriroomq have tholr own a l h . Just 10 minutes from down- own Faycltevllle, 3 mlnulcs to looping. OW COST IIVING "or the couple tlmt want a nice, omforlablc, mi-conditioned brick omc, close (n nnd near shopping n good condition and reasonably irlccd, thla should be high on your 1st. JUST $21,000, and that's a oocl buy /or the area. Let us how you. / / H U E B R I C K S P A N I S H On 1'i ncrcs just off 16 W., 3 jedrooms, 2 baths, central heal nd air. n a t . s.is d r i l l e d well 2 ur garage. A most attractive' -I nonlhs young home In mint con- llllon. JUST $35.000. Listed hy Ja. Tenson. 71,6 RAYVIEW DRIVE OR SALE BY OWNER 'wo Â»lory, three hcdroom hrlck -'iblo enrage, drapes, completely poled. 2150 tii. ft. Ilvlni! arcn 085 N. Collcso ullc Eaves 'nn Hcnson Vllma Coollck rls Stanton Austin Fltzeerald 521-8500 442-7262 621.6500 521-70*7 442-8744 442-263' 0 acres all bottom l a n d , all seed. ?d with Fescue, on h o a u t i f u l moun o l n stream. South of Prairii irove. J500 an aero. Old set of im irovoments. choice land. 0 acres hill land some Rood ttm b e r , nice sites for building. $30C an acre. NEWLIN REALTY CO. 839-2522 or 839-2259 West Fork. Arkansas EVERYBODY rcafli the TIMES WANT ADS. You ar*1 25 ACRES SuJtable for subdivision -- Mobile horn rk -- Apnrdnent complex -- Invcslmcn Located 2.3 miles south ol dawnloi buiinfiss area. Under Priced. Tele, i 2751. LOVING HOME NEEDS NEW FAMILY 2 Acres off 45 East. B'uttcrflcl achoo], brown cedar, native ston Tim and fireplace. Over 1,800 su it. Central a-c, carpeted, 3 bed room 2 baths, huge familyroon dininjroom, kitchen with catin space. 500 sci. ft. matching stable Completely fenced. 521-6997 3 BH brick, l',a bath in good ijon on edge of city. Some carpetinj CH A. Fenced B-Y. 3 yrs. old Large loan can be assumed. Ca Christine Blondeau 521-20CW. FAUCETTE SMALL ACREAGES near FayetteviHe City LlmlU NE -- Otfering beautiful building site plus select additional acres, Plai furnished on request. TWO L E V E L practically new Western Ranch over 4.000 sq. f t . plus double ga rage. Guest house Included. 6 bed rooms, formal dining room, for m a l living room, kitchen, with B built-Jns, sewer and water, lo cated on West Fork of White Riv er with lots pf river frontag Shown by appointment, Real Estate Is Your Best Hedge Against Inflation LINDSEY ASSOC. J. W. Gabcl Larry Dowell Sparky Cunningham Gladys Bonncman Farrell Conner Jim LIndsey Jo Anne Stanberry B. Tj. Lewis Bil! Precce REALTOR 442-96 442-605 521-12 521-318 521-273 52t-55' 442-86 521-570 521-4022070 WINWOOD DRIV By Owner 2 slorr, 3 bedroom, itcn. complete k chen, largo livlngroom, rlininproom, sfurl 3 baths,' sunporefi, patio, riruib]c jianelc ffai-figc, central heat-air, 2,100 plus s ft. Nice yard. Upper 30s. Call 443-565! 300 FT. FROM SHORES OF BEAVER LAKE A delightful, timbered 1 acre si with underground f a c i l i t i e s . down, balance financed at 6%, DALE NEWLIN REALTY CO. Â·113-1017 Country home with beat of ma torials furnishings All room large. About 2700 so;, ft. Din rm. fireplaces, CH A. 2 balhs. 2 ca Rfir w i t h hobby room. 29 acres. Ca Virginia Bowers 442-6305. Tt? REALTORS FIVHUYBODY read! ADS. YOU aiÂ»! th* TIMES WAN SPANISH STYLE' 'NE' K x t r a nice 3 bedroom 1 Ixiths B p n r n l c c l l n l n p . den with f i r o p l a c a n d exposed IIMIII cclllnff. Kilchc with all b n t l l l n s I n c l u d i n g : cleanhij* oven. Double tfaraRC v I n i t U - i n fitornffo and automatic d o p e n e r . Covered pMlo, fenced b, y a r d . A l l curtains and dm pro ; m a n y m a n y more extras. Priced $48,750, Shown by appointment ly- TRUMBO CO 521-6400 REALTOR OOd A nulling ]linÂ« Drive 2 b r o i l e r houses totaling 37.W cnpnclly. SO ncrca w i t h 20 acn I n n i c Krnssrs, 3 ponds, crock, Bu wllh nr without inoblio liom Priced without at $.1(1.1 no. Q u a l H l c b u y e r can buy with leu lhan 13' down, NEWLIN REALTY CO. M9-2522 or 830-2253 Wo*t fork. ArlunfM 7--RÂ«al Eitote--For Sola Northwest Ark an to. TIMES, Tuei., April 23, 1974 rAYtTTCVILLI. AHKANIAS TJ o u n l r y I l l / l n K In Iho City. See i l n lovely D II.n. hrlck hoilno lo- alcd In N K . carpels, C f l A . 2 a l l i s 2 Cnr x.irau'', t a r K u lol. irdi'ii. lirluo 127.031). dill Al 'hii -113-I10J AROE, well located lot with old- r houso llvincd into two Income roduflnj! u n l u ) . A n o t h e r h u l l d l n x n the A r o u n d * c o u l d c completed -- added Income. Prlco Â»1Â»,000. N. R, ROGERS REALTY 442-8188 iy extras, Mid 30''Â«. Phone 521 or 521-3786. ECLUDED COTTAGE iy Owner -- 5 acrei on 2 strcan^ miles wcat of Faycllcvlllc, al icctrlc, 2 bedrooms, llroplacc, largt. U U I t y room and modern kitchen 'hone. 442-8933 alter 4:00 p.m. INCOME PROPERTY ;!oso in location, 5 apis,, 1 build' ~iK, a d d , two bedroom home or irnc lot. very good condition iross income more lhan $500 pei mnth small down payment own. r will carry balance of S% U qualified party. JIM HOLDER REALTY M N. College Oscar WlUon 442-503 Res. 442-9237 Legislative Report by John W. "Bill" Ramsey Sunday marks the dedication of PROJECT VEGA (Vocational E d u c a t i o n Group Action). PROJECT VEGA will provide mobile vocational education at the high school level at St. Paul, Elkins, West Fork and rcenland. It is a continuation ot PROJECT VAN which was nstituted two years ago at Prairie Grove. West Fork Ozark and Charleston High Schools. Both projects depend upon mobile vans in which are taught various areas of vocational .ed ucation and are rotated between schools each semester. This en ahles participating schools to offer a wide curriculum o: vocational training at a cost they can afford and with minimum space requirements. In my opinion these are very worthwhile projects in that they offer vocational training at the Kigh school level, and areas that have been somewhat neglected ,?n the past. I feel lha it is very important to offer this training during the higl school years because not everj student has the opportunity to go to college or a post graduate Vo-Tech school. I have been asked to be master of ceremonies at the dedication at the Greenland school. 1:30 p.m. Sunday. Gov Dale Bumpers will be the gues speaker. There will be other dignitaries from all over the state of Arkansas. I would like to urge everyone to attend this dedication and to share in wha Governor Bumpers and others have to say about this important area in the education process. I invite your comments. Properly Owners Granted Waivers The Faycltcville Board of Ad justmcnt granted two request for waivers by property owner Monday afternoon at a meeting in City Hall. The board granted a variaincc in lot width requirements t allow the conversion of a sing]' family dwelling to a duplex u 351 Highland Ave. on property owned by Arnold McCraw. The variance was rcciuestec because the city zoning or dinancc requires a 60 foot front age in an R-0 (residential office) zone for a duplex. Tin lot at the localion has only : 50 foot frontage. The oilier action taken by the board involved a requested var iance in the lot width and lo area requirement!; to allow ceramics shop to be located on property at 159 and 161 S. Hil Avc. The properly is owned b Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Guthary Jr. Winslow Woman Hurt In Wreck Mrs. Francis Elle. 71, o Route 1, Winslow was trcatec and released at Washington Kc giona! Medical Center Monday evening as a result of miuo injuries sustained in a lwo-ca accident al the intersection o Hwy. 71B and the Hwy. 7 bypass in south Fnyoltcville. Fayctlcville police report: said the car driven by Mrs Kile which was traveling soul' on the bypass, pulle;! in fron of n car driven by Theresa Kay A d a m s . ID. of 931 Montgomer; St., which was traveling soul! on Hwy, 71M. Revival Scheduled A revival is scheduled t begin Wednesday evening at th People's Church on llwy. 7 SOlllll. liev. Ronnie Gallhcr will the evangelist. .Services begin at 7:30 cad evening. Ford Meets The Press Vice President Gcralil Ford, right, acknowledges applause at (lie annual luncheon of the Associated Press at tile Waldorf Astoria Hotel In N c \v York Monday. At left Is Paul Miller, hoard chairman of (he AP. (AP Wlrephoto) Lower Court Upheld Construction Firm Loses Job Quota Appeal WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Supreme Court has refused to nterferc with a lower court decision approving firm quotas "or minority workers on state construction projects in Boston. Refusal to consider the Massachusetts case on appeal came Monday. The court has under consideration a case in which prefer- ence for racial minotirities is raised in another context--that of law school admission. Monday's decision involved a requirement by Massachusetts that contractors bidding on a construction project take "every possible measure" to hire 20 per cent of its work force in various construction trades from minority group members. Bumpers Cites Lack Of Goals As Top Problem In Congress RUSSELLVILLE. Ark. (AP) -- The problem with Congress is that it has no national priorities and no national goal, Gov. Dale Bumpers said at a political Rally at Arkanas Tech here Monday. . . Bumpers also said a Cabinet position should be created to deal w i t h energy related issues. The governor's opponent for the Democratic nomination for the U.S. Senate. J. W. Fulbright. did not attend. David H. Pryor of. Little Reck, who is seeking the Democratic gubernatorial nomination, told the students that the main issue in the governor's race is "very simple -whether we go forward or backward." Pryor, a former congressman, said Arkansas was divided now and couldn't afford to divide itself further. Former - Gov. Orval E. Faubus of Huntsville and Lt. Gov. Bob Riley of Arkadelphia, who also are seeking the Democratic gubernatorial nomination, did not atend the rally. Riley sent a note saying'that he was recovering rapidly from his recent open-heart surgery. Ken Coon of Conway, who is seeking the Republican nomination for governor, said tbe issue in the governor's race was quality leadership, or who could best rim Arkansas. Coon's opponent for the Republican gubernatorial nomi nation, Joseph Weston of Cave City, received a mixed reaction froin the audience. The controversial newspaper editor was jccreti, applauded and sometimes greeted with laugh ter. NO FLAG lie prefaced his remarks by urging the audience to join with him in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance --- but he had d i f f i - culty in f i n d i n g a United States flag on the campus. A f t e r his direction was pointed towards the football field. Weston said he would like to see a flag at every political rally in the state. Weslon, who had to go to court til get on the GOP ballot, then urged (he students to subscribe, to his newspaper, t h e Sharp Citizen, because he said t h a t is the best way to know what i.s happening in Arkansas politics. Hill Clinton of Fayollcville. who is seeking the Democratic nomination from the 3rd Con- NOW To Meet The Faycllcvillc chapter of the National Organization (or Women w i l l hold a business meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in room 312 of the Arka n s a s U n i o n nn the University of A r k a n s a s campus. On the agenda for the meeting, according to Mnry W. Cochran, a research assistant For the Union, w i l l be a poll of political candidates before the upcoming p r i m a r i e s , nnd the nomination of a slate of officers for NOW to he elected in May. MJS9 Cochran said the meeting is open to all interested persons. gressional District, said the nation needs "a decent public financing act." He also said that ruinious inflation has hurt Arkansas, this year. Clinton added that he would favor income tax reform legislation. David Stewart of Danville, another candidate for the 3rd Congressional District, said the nation could no longer tolerate a welfare system that encourages dependency instead of ?ell sufficiency. He said "stop-and-go wage and price controls" reinforce inflationary pressures and shortages. "In 1974 -- the year of Watergate -- trust must be of primary concern to every voter," Stewart said. Drugs, Syringes Taken In Burglary SPRINGDALE -- An tin determined quantity of drugs, syringes and about $20 in coins were taken in a weekenr burglary of the Sav-On Wai green Drug Store in the Plaza Shopping Center. E n t r y was gained by chop ping a hole in the roof near the air conditioner and then climbing down a rope into the store, police said. The intrusion alarm and the alarm in the drug storage section apparently were t u r n e d off. The two alarms had been set when the b u s i n e s s closed Satui'das evening. According to police reports n man collecting trash noticec the pharmacy's back dooi standing open early Monday and checked inside. When he saw the hole in the roof, rain water on the floor, and boxe; strewn arouncl.be called police. As the burglar was climbing down the rope, he npnarcnll} cut himself, p o l i c e believe Blood was found on the floor and cabinets. Tools were left on the roo! of the slorc and police found motorcycle tracks nearby nnd believe the burglar used th vehicle after leaving the store through the back door, Radio Manager Frank Thomas of El Dorado has been named sliuion manager of the University o Arkansas radio station K U A F according to Dennis Oneal instructor in broadcast j o u r rtnlism and faculty adviser Thomas served as station new director this academic year. Other slaff members for tht 1974-75 school year are Greg Stidhiim of Chccolnli, Okla. news director; Cindi Binkley o Walnut Ridge, assistant new director: Lois Swafford of I.iltli Hock, t r a f f i c and c o n t i n u i t y coordinator: Rodney Glidcwei of Littleton. Colo., sporl: director; Tom Fore of St C h a r l e s , Mo., public a f f a i r s director; Allen Mcskn of Slloam Springs, program director; nni Arvil Robert of North Llttl' Hock, music director, Charles Young of fort Smitl will continue to servo fts chic" engineer. A group of "builders chal- enged the requirement, saying placed an improper burden them lo demonstrate "ev- erypossible" effort to hire minority members and forced h e m into reverse discrimination. The U.S. Circuit Court at 3oston had upheld the requirement. The justices refused vithout comment to review the case. The court already has heard iral argument and a decision is awaited in a case involving the Jniversity of Washington Law "chool's policy of giving preference to minority race students. The justices agreed to consider next term w h e t h e r - a president may attach conditions when he commutes a prison sentence. Thf court agreed to lear a case involving Maurice Schick, an Army master servant convicted in 1954 and sentenced to death for killing an 8- year-old girl. President Eisenhower commuted the sentence to life imprisonment in 136C on the condition that Schiek would never he eligible for parole. His lawyers tiave won high court attention for their challenge of that condition. This case could have a bearing on President Nixon's short- .of former Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa's federal sentence For jury tampering. Nixon reduced Hoffa's prison sentence condition that he refrain from union activities until 1380. The court declined to review a decision by the U.S. Circuit Court in Cincinnati that unheM a controversial school desegregation plan for Memphis, Tenn. The court declined to hear an appeal from a group of Memphis pn rents whose lawyers called the plan a "grotesque listortion" of earlier Supreme Court decisions on deEcg- reaation. They argued that the plan approved by lower federal courts would result in 21.000 b!ack pupils being assigned to com- pletelv FCEreffaled schools. PLEA BARGAINING In an unrelated action, the Supreme Court approved and sent to Congress proposals for the first federal rules governing plea bargaining. That is a process in which defendant and prosecutor negotiate the severity of a criminal charge and a possible sentence in exchage for a plea of guilty or of no contest. The Supreme Court has given its general approval to the process. An advisory committee t h a t fashioned the proposed changes in federal rules for c r i m i n a l procedure said they were aimed at bringing the process out into the open. "In the past, pica discussions and agreements have occurred in an i n f o r m a l and largely invisible manner." the advisory committee wrote in a report nc- c o m p a n y i n g the proposed changes. The committee writes the amendments and passes them on to the Supreme Court, which in turn sends them to Congress. They become effective J u l y 1 unless Congress acts to postpone the effective date. The amendments would require (hat agreements IK a n - nounced in open court, that the judge bo free to accept or reject them, and t h a t the judge not participate in any plea bargaining. Stuck On Jupiter P L Y M O U T H , England ( A P ) -- Prince- Charles is back in Kngland after an around-lho- world tour, but the prince is stuck aboard the frlgnlo . J u p l l o r as d u l y officer. The prince, a n n v a l officer and heir to Ilriliiln's throne, will get shore leave T h u r s d a y nnd go homp to Windsor near London.