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NorttiwMt Arkansas TIMES, Sat, May 4, 1974 f) 11 rAYCTTKVILLI. AftKAMSA* V 47--Real Estate--For SaW-- HOMES IN THE TWENTIES MR-114, 3 B/R* -- central heat ir -- builMns -- completely carpeted -- brick home -- double garage -- larce fenced back yard -- #ood condition -- nice neighborhood. A f l e r hours, Muriel Howard 521-2063. GR-102. 2 B/R home and a 2000 sq. ft. refrigerated building. Nice vcu 1 and Va acre. Afler hours, 5213450. B/R home, garage and work shop. Fi repla ce. " a u r e . A d j o i n i n g pro- GR-103. 3 basement view and _ , _ _ . ,, pcriy GR-102 above), a f l e r hours, Glen Mason Ti21-34iQ. MR-109, 3 B/Rs -- 1J4 baths -brick and siding -- newly painlce inside and out -- central heat A air -- fenced yard -- one car ga r.TBO -- partially carpeted -- built iris. A f t e r hours, M u r i e l Howarc 521-2063. 7-tMl Ester»«-For Sal* BY OWNER bedroom, 1V»- baths, carpeted, central r/tirat. dm with woodtaiiMng flrep!m. tfnvaslier. iJoubte electric ovens. Bn- oso4 back yard, convenient to schools. lion* H2-2581 or 3214T8S. NVESTORS H-S-120 47-Rftol Estot* For SaU- 47-R«al Estate--For Sale "wo home* N.W. Part ol Springdale. Each has 2 bedrooms, the o 1 s are large. Buy the paIr for .19,000. BEDROOMS H-S-127 .ivlnjfroom. den, \\'t bath*, nic« shade trees. Only 111.500. FAMILY SIZE K-5-124 Erick home, 18000 *q. ft. living- room, den with fireplace 3 bedrooms, z baths, 2 car garage $37,100. BUT7ERF1ELD SCHOOL MR-US. 3 B/R -- 2 bath -- CH A: C A -- w/w carpeting -- den with fireplace -- deluxe b u I H - l n s in kli L-licn -- redwood deck -- owne leaving town In two weeks -- im mediate occupancy. $14,000. Afte hours, Muriel Howard 521-2083. LAKE HOMES ML-113. Completely furnished B/R -- 2 h a t h -- all eleclric -- ctocktnB facilities -- den -- utilit room -- deck with beautiful view of Beaver Lake. Nice furnitur including washer dryer. $35,000 A f t e r hours, Muriel Howard 52 2083. Trt level lake home on Ihree acri Toclting War Eagle Area -- Beav Lake -- See to appreciate. ANTIQUE SHOP "AIC-lll Business is good and the a n t i q u e hunters are otil -- four room cabin and slock of antiques. Located on Hwy. 71 at Wins low. Only $12,000 and owner will carry note. RENTAL PROPERTY MK-106, 3 B/Rs -- 1 bath -- close to U of A -- completely furnished -- only 515,000 and owner will carry note. BRAND NEW H-S-128 Brick 3 bedroom home with a\ the latest features, including fire place. Come look. $29.500. WAYNE SULLIVAN REAL ESTATE Real Estate 701 N. College 521-T21 "We Practice th« Golden Rule 1 ' 40 ACRES Approx. 6 miles south Prairl Grove. Small timber -- appro 4-5 acres cleared. $12,750, APROX. 15 ACRES Nuat 4 Bdr home -- shade -- ex cellent well. School bus nt ctoo Immr_'(i l u t e possession on closin; . $26.500. THE OSBURN BROKERS inVY 02 WE9T Phone 413-1466 FATiTIljT home. Five nod rooms, · boUnooins, Hvhurroom, din I nsroom, k chen, wasli room. On lam* lol, WO.KH Call 4I3-2530. HOUSE NRATl University. Roautifn "··Lfuate], iicreap* Eirwntf trcos. T\vo bi ~ · rooms, three buths. Suitnhla couple, chilrtren. J-hon» -J-tf-SlCT. 803 So. Hwy 71 Springdale 751-3911 --ACREAGES-- Three mil*» Southwe*t of campui. nine acre* -- new fence*. Pond, old house. Immediate poMewion. South on Blacktop No. 2*5 -- IS »cr«, pond, timber -- fenced, no building* jreat for development West Hwy. II -- Close to by-pan Hwy. 71. Five level acre* with' Moak Ireea, great terms. South Mornlngside Drive, approximately an acre on blacktop, city water. Fine home *ite. ,. , Ju*t off Mt. Comfort Rd. Ten acres with good older home, good pasture. Plenty of water. East oT Sassafras* Lane, two large lots, one with well. Reasonably priced. (Treat place to build a home Beav-O-Rama -- Large corner lot with nice trees blacktop and water -- Homeslte Deluxe. Bella Via la -- Lot. plus 1 home, extra good buy. Southwest ed« of FayetteviUe -Modern four bedroom horn* on two lota. Quick possession. Relocating? We ca nhelp you lo cate the nome you want with on pre-selectton program before you transfer. We are an exclusive member of National Homefinders Services for thia area. The best part li that the service Is free. FRONTIER LOVING HOME NEEDS NEW FAMILY 2 Acres off 45 But. ButterfleM School, brown cedar, native atone trim and fireplace. Over l.SOO *q. It. Central a-c, carpeted^ 3 bedroom 2 baths, huge f a m i l y room, dlnlnrroom. kitchen with citing space. Stable for HORSES. Completely fenced. By Owner. 521-C997 Diseases Not Curable H-Year-Old Faces Long Wait For A Kidney TWO BKDROOM house, two blocks from U of A campus 602 Frisc*, lot 50x325, 3,000 Phone 412-5559 or 4133757, lync Beard .ck Stone ay Shaver DUPLEX ON E. SPRING -ONLY $19,500 with income of J220 per mo. Low interest loan, can be assumed. CaU 443-4316. DUPLEX ON VIRGINIA -ONLY $21,000 for this property less than one block from U. of A. Good rental record. Call 443-4316. 21 ACRES NORTH Of highway 45 Eaat -- no open land but trees and live? stream. $1.500 PER ACRE. CaU 443-4316 NOW. POTHAST REALTY CO. 443-4316 M^M 2140 N. College Flora SUtrunfc Floyd PothMt rt By DEBRA HALE EARLE, Ark. (AP) - Carla Smithson ot Earle weighs 49 pounds and stands 3 feet 7. She is 14 years old. Carla, the daughter of Deputy Sheriff and Mrs. Don Smithson, suffers from a rare kidney ailment, medullary cystic disease. The disease, generally recognized in teen-agers, is inherited It is not curable, and the only treatment for it is dialysis by a kidney trans- . Carla's older brother, Gary 17, had such a transplant about three years ago alter it was learned that he, loo. was suffering from the disease. The Smithsons did not learn that Carla had the illness until Jan. 31. Now, all the Smithsons can do is wait -- until someone with AB or 0 positive blood dies and leaves a kidney to medical sci- followed plant. LESS THAN NEW CONSTRUCTION ike new 3 bedroom brick with u a l i i y and conveniences you'd it in a new h o m e . Spacious ii]y room w i t h fireplace. Three sly ceramic ti!et baths. A de- ghitul kitchen wilh even more ualiiy cabinets than you planned Deck, patios, glassed-in porch ihle garage and murh mure. Lo- nted in the country on scenic ircagc front trig black lop roat nly few minules f r o m town. I ou demand the luxury of the. inest hotter dial today. DALE NEWLIN REALTY 443-4647 Just listedE lome near Gary was nol raced with this delay since he received one of his mother's kidneys. But there is no one in the immediate Smithson family with the same Carla ting a transplant are Increased jy the tact that hers is the most common blood type -- O positive. "She would die without dialysis, hut with that we can maintain her until she gets a kidney," lie said. Roy said the survival rate of a cadaver kidney transplant at three years post-transplantation is about 60 per cent. The chances of the subject's surviving are even better, he_ said. "We may lose the kidney but not lose the patient," he explained. "H the transplant is unsuccessful, then removal of the transplant followed by fur ther hemodialysis would be in order." Until the Smithsons learned that Gary had the disease, Mrs Smithson said, "We weren' aware that it was even in the family because it was about 61 years ago; it can go back si REAL ESTATE Company Doug Hartley Les Davis . . . Arthur Clark Bill lazenby 1015 N. College 521-6700 . . 442-6446 .. 521-4448 .. 751-9724 , . 521-5833 JUST LISTED Beautiful 3 bedroom brick. ]· ted in Peaceful Valley Addition Sprlnfldale. AR. 1675 sq. ft. of de Itghtful home. Only J32.000.00. Call Jo Anne Stanberry. LINDSEY ASSOC. E Neat-as-R-pin 3 BR blood type who can k'iv Uof A olfers cunt, heat ' L-Mnp'v o« nulls tor yom ,-«r- a J TM3 · _ ... __ _ , Shane Roy III of can be purchased furnished for!Memphis, Tcnn., associate pro- rao.750. For an appt. to see, call fcssor of pediatrics and a pe- - irrnon Martin at 521-1300 or nites diatric . nc phrologist at the University of Tennessee, explained that living nonrelatives are not allowed to donate kidneys. "We've gotten letters from people we've never heard of offering her their kidney, and we generations." Mrs. Smithson said Carl; must use an artificial kidney machine twice a week for a to tal of 12 hours. "It costs he tween $500 and S600 a trip," sh aid. "I take her to f.eBonheu Children's Hospital in Mem ihis." Although Carla Baker- [Q Freeman REALTOR Co. thank them." 7618 N. College 521-1300| Mrs. Smithson said thought the waiting list transplants at William can't take it," Mrs. Smithson said. "We just write them and she for BY OWNER In Butterfield School District Three bedrooms Brick frame, ull baths, flerplace, fully carpeted, ilrapes included, large kitchen, de- uxt? appliances, utility room, sundeck, living room, den, double garage, central heat air, lots of closet space low equity, 90x100 lot. f52,900. Phcme 521-6068 a f t e r 5 -~ =75-2SKH. J. W. Gabel Jirry Dowcll iparlcy Cunningham 1 residential subdivision bcini to ho opened In developed . nenr future. Commitments (or cholc clenrtNl hnlldlnff sites being accepted LOW, Enjoy all city conveniences Jiis cnunlry hideaway. For further in formal tlon rail 412-2581 weekday* S-5. BY BUILDERS N evi r 3 bedroom homes on large level lots In convenient MEADOW LARK ADDITION. Central hea nnd air -- f u l l y carpeted -- wel equipped kitchens -- two baths -double garages -- brick exteriors EDWARD HANCOCK -- 443-511* HARRISON DAVIS -- 524-488S DAVID PRTOR wanU to mtel you. 8:30 . Tuesday, Washington County Fal unds. Free [oort, live entertainment, d ftr bry Stan MeNulty, chairman. Bowld Hospital in F Memphis hasn't lo: any weight because of the tii ease, her mother said she ha not gained any for ahout thri. years. "Until she gets a ki ncy. she's at a standstill." Mr Smithson said. "We hope that it (tratispla operation) will be any time Mrs. Smithson, 36, added, think a mother has to ha faith, and I found out as lo as I am strong, everybody el akcs it h a r d e r for her house she knows all about it," rs. Smithson said. . But, in a telephone interview, aria expressed just the oppo- ,c belief. "I know I have to face it," aria said. "I know what Gary ent through. He told me all bout it, and I'd rather him tell b o u t it than for me lo ave to face it" without any reparation. "Mama really has helped me e most because she's been hrough it with Gary. She tells le I'm going to have to face it. ve been closer lo them (fami- y members) than 1 have ever en. "Whn Gary was in the hos- ital, I'd never heard ahout a idney machine. I never nought about me being on one. Vhen I think about the operation, it scares me a little bit." Carla. whom her mother described as an average eighth grade student, said she missed school. The blue-eyed, brown- laired youngster hasn't been Dismay' Yoked By AAUP Group On Cooper Case LITTLE ROCK CAP) - A resolution expressing "concern ;ind dismay 1 ' at the position taken in the Grant Cooper case by some political candidates was adopted Friday hy a chapter of The American Association of University Professors The AAUP chapter at Univcrsitiy of Arkansas able to attend classes since about Feb. 15. Carla said she~spends some of her free time skating. "I'd the O I M I V _ at i!utie"'Rock said it protested "the implications behind quoted promises to remove a professor f r o m the classroom before the id substantive d u e process is his right as an Amert- an citizen." Cooper is an assistant profes- or of history at UALR and an vowed cofmunist. He h a s ccn teaching since April 1 be- ause of a ruling by Chancellor ohn T. Jernigan of Pulaski County that his employment violated a state statute prohib- tinj» state inslituions from em- loying communiss. The ruling s on appeal to the state Stir jreme Court. The AAUP resolution said the mplied principle that faculty members can be removed because of the unpopularity of their ideas or by the Inter- crence of elected officials with- ike to have hinted ."A girl one \vant no boy one. bicycle," she I don 1 If she could have one wish would be "that everything wa all over with, 11 For Gary, bis illness is "jus a bad dream now," Mrs. Smith son said. He's well now bu needs oral medication to pre vent rejection planted kidney. of his trans- ip Glladys Sonneman rarre.ll Conner lim Lindsey Jo Anne Stanberrj B. L. Lewis BUI Preen REALTOR 442-9463 442-6959 521-1215 521-3181 521-2734 521-5515 442-8613 521-5700 521-4022 FARimWTTON S bedroom hcxne. Garden pfented. Lot 100x165. Oil after 5:00 . -1133763. THREE BEDROOM HOME All n\rrwtpfl, with 1an?e den, carport Hurt storage area, central alr-eondition InF and hratiflE systems, located \n El kins on 1hrc-£ nice one acre lots. 20 mil mes from RayetleviUc, with city water #n and rnb'.e service. Tola! packape (PS 500 or J22.50G for house and one lot Phone 53-1200 or W3-«09 after 5 p.m Dale Yours:. COLORADO RECREATIONAL PROPERTY 7 plus Acre Tract ler ami electricity acccssahllily, mtea to various communities and o ir sports. J50.00 down, no intere owner will carry *J560 balance over i Term., where the surgery would performed, contained about 100 names. Roy said the doctors would not have accepted Carla as a dialysis patient had they not been confident that a kidney eventually could be acquired for her. Carla's chances of get- Mrs. Smithson said Carla was not confined to bed. "She sits up. but the hemoglobin is a t . a very low point; so, she doesn't have the energy to do things we | Mrs- Smithson and her hus- ' band have three other children, nut she said doctors had told thorn that only one-fourth of their children would have the do." Mrs. Smithson said she believed Carla was having a more difficult time facing her illness because of Gary's experience disease. The Smithsons face medical bill. Gary's large hospital Million Pledge To Nixon Revealed By Former Lobbyist prowmalely 10 years. l mountain major ski are refit for 1 * Acre r,ol roved subdivision, bea u- $'2600 pin months. 6 phi 1 ; Acres Assume lonn--no I ntcrrsl -~n t«ek [Mytnenls of «0.00 t Mtanrc over 1ft years. Ctosi fiShi ng-hca rt of bl£ prime (3031 . Ask -.HI-SHI or t for Earrv. WOMAN'S WOR A Convenient Sewing and Shopping Guide for Today'» Gal on Hie Go. PRINTED PATTERN Eusy-to-knit atglinn -- odds anil ends of wool for the butterflies add lively color. Perfect summer knitting -it's done in blocks! Pattern 703: chart; directions for 10-inch block, just butterflies or alternate with plain blocks. 75 CENTS e a c h pattern -add 25 cents each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send lo Laura Wheeler, Northwest Arkansas TIMES 450, Ncedlccraft Dept., Box 16L, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N, Y. 10011. Print . Pattern Number. Name, Address, Zip. COUNTRY collage, 3 acres, fenced, twrn slream, orsanlc Katden. fruit -- nm ln*M minutes from University. 110,900. 13- Kf 115. Beautiful split-level in Root School Dlst. In A-l condilion In- sirte and out. 3 BR 2 ba. a n d formal dining room. $57.500. For nn appt. to see, call Pauline McKinney at 521-1WO or nites, 5211549. Baker- QJ Freeman Legal Notice COMMISSIONER'S SMJ5 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That In pursuance of th» nuthnrlty nnrt directions contnfnert In IhR derrelal order ot the Chancery Court of Washington . WASHINGTON CAP) -- The a.TM. «.,,- head of the nation's largest drive to 4 dairy cooperative allegedly -- iimtfe tried to pay $150,000 to presidential fund-raiser Herbert L. Kalmbach to reduce a govern- up _twa ment anti-trust suit to a "wrist *Sne- s ! a P-" according to a statement [filed in court. The charge in the court document was attributed to Bob A Lilly, former lobbyist for Asso jciated Milk Producers Inc. Lilly also was quoted in the statement as saying that top officials of the organization told him up to $2 million had been \'txon*s campaign as a "commitment of money made in con- unction with the 1971 price support" increase ordered by X'ixon. 1618 N. College REALTOR Co. 521-1300 AN INCOME PRODUCER arse older brick home, near University, currently rented ns rooms to student*, but could be y o u r home while the hlda are f school. Call Ed Barham, 521-7228. FAYARK Realty . College Office 521-5550 38 acr« farm, nice country House 1 2 chicken house*. $67,500. ifrrert on the 23rd rfay ot A p r i l , A.D., 1974 in ·niise (N'o, 7105) then pending therein between First Federal Savings and Loan Assoclnllon. Plaintiff atitl Vemon K. Pittman nml Kulhermo Pittman Hushnnd nnrt Wife; Donald R. Scott and C h a r l f n t K. .Scott. Husband anrt W i f e ; ant 1 Gme.Koc Homes Corporation, defendants iinflersicnecl, ns Commlssbiior of snk rt. will oKcr for sale nl public vontluc the hlchcsl bidder, nl the we si door entrance of the County Court Huuse. which snld Court Is held, In " " County of Washington, within (he ]· prescribed by law for judicial snles. on the 20lh rtny of Hay Rl 10:00 A.D. 1974 the following described istnte to-wlt: A part ol 11ii* SWII ol Uie NEVi of Secton B, Township 16 North. Hnnf?e 30 West being more particularly describe: follows, lo wit: BeginninB nl H poln which is 187.92 feet South nnri feet Knsl of the Nnrlhweat cor ild -50 acre Iracl, and running Ihcnc orth along the East line of Oak Avenvi 31915 feel, llience Enst 100 fcol, thL-nce South 119.-S5 feel, thence We si 100 feel In ihe point ol becinninR, less End cscepl thai parl ntoiiK the North slrtn now lying i Ceilnr Street. TERMS OK SALE: On n credit ol three months, Ihe purchaser being required to execnie R bonrt as required by Inw and the order nnd ilecree of said Court In said cau?c'. w i t h approved pledged earlier to President Committee and grand jury. Sub 140 acres farm 1 new brick htu»*. barna. building*, 1 1 older house, | etc. $55,000. J S B Rhouse, residential zonn I to schools and jiores, , security, bearing interest al rl'i story older frame house, clos* | to University. J33.000. BIG RED Real Estate 521-4422 Sunday* 443-4174 3-4-5 BEDROOM HOMES Northeast Locations 2-3 Batto Living Rooms Family Rooms Game Hoom Study O f f i c e Walking Distance of School* Nice Lois Wl.KW. -- (49,900. Prior Range j Call ua today to MR these extra nice homei. The 1071 price increase and the government's still-ponding anti-trust lawsuit both are subjects of the House Judiciary Committee's impeachment '-- quiry. Lilly testified under immunity last year before the Senate Watergate Watergate ,, . . sequently he was interviewed Dec. 27 and 28 by Edward L Wright, a f o r m e r president o the American Bar .Association who was conducting an inde pendent inquiry lor the cooper ative's board of directors. Typewritten notes of the Lilly ntcrview became public thi .veek after the Justice Depart ment anti-trust division subpoe naed Wright's notes and pa ' FIRST ASSERTIONS Lilly's quoted statement is the lirst eyewitness allegation of an attempt to derail the antitrust suit. Also, it is the first asserlion attributed to an official of the cooperative linking the 1971 price increase to promises of campaign money. According to the account, Wright asked Lilly what happened on April A, 1972, just two nonths after the bit! atone totaled $42,000. Mrs. Smithson estimated that the family's insurance policv paid about $27,000 of the bill and that another $12,000 came from r und-raising projects. "We robably owed about $3,500 nfter it was all over with," she said The Smilhsons may face an even larger bill for Carla's hospital expenses. While her dialysis treatments cost $500 to $600 each, Gary's cost about $250. Mrs. Smithson explained that Carla is being taken to a pediatric unit. "It's been over $8.000 already," she said. That figure does not include the cost f a related operation on the irl's arm. "If you know anything about county jobs, they're not that veil-paying," M r s . Smithson said. "We just do the best we can on what he makes now. There have been a few people who have come to us and given money lo us directly, and so in the internal process of t h e university was disturbing. The resolution, which did not mention any political candidate bv name, was adopted unanimously by about 20 persons. A UALR spokesman said the :hapter had about 40 members. The chapter also voted to write UALR faculty and slaff members and other AAUI chapters in Arkansas soliciting f u n d s to reimburse Cooper for :eaching without pay. Bumpers Favored By Stale UAW LITTLE ROCK (AD -- Gov; Dale Bumpers received the endorsement hranch of of the Arkansas the United Auto rate per cent [»r annum (rom date r sale until paid, am! R Jien being re- alneri on 'he premises sold lo .wcure IP payment ot the purchase money. Given under my hand this '2Uh ctrcy ( April, A.D. 19H. Alma Kollmcycr Comi (Seal) 21C . OT, May 4 lissioner in chancery. In Ttwi Oranrrry Omrt of Wnshlngiwi Counly, Arkansas New York Life Insurance Company. Plajnllft vs. Warning Onlor CH7'i.'.H3 Th* Detortnnt .M.lhlvn J- SMp'ey warned In appear in lliis Cr,urt wit hiTly days and answer Ihe complaint of th« Plalnlilf In »bnv ! 1374 NcKllecrafl Catalog covers the creative scene -- knit, crochet, fashions, embroidery, quilts more! 75 cents Sew and Knit Book has '. $1-00 . $1.00 ..$1.00 $1.00 LINE UP FLATTERY in this sleekly, slenderizing shape to wear to luncheons, lectures, parties, vacation places all] spring-summer! Send now. Printed Pattern «72: Half Q n Cambl Sizes 10W, 12V4, !4',i. 16V,, 18V4. S'nJred'wifr Size 1414 (bust 37) ta k e s 2V | Hcj;n Klrbr yards 45-inch. Send $1.00 for each pattern. basic tissue pattern NEW! Needlepoint Book NEW! Flower Crochet . Hairpin Crochet Book ... Instant Crochet Book .... Instant Money Book .. Instant Money Book $1.00 Instant Macrame Book . Complete Gift Book .... Complete Afghans no. 14 WIN WOOD DEVELOPMENT CO. ·U N. COIiEGE 521-W34 my hand and sen! of thl Court this 21 day or A p r i l , 1971. Alma Kollraeyer, chancery Clerk ^cnl ny Kayo Chappcll D.C He- 27 May S-U-18 "NoriciTro PROSPKCTIVB ninnEKS The Cily of Faveltes'illc, Arkansas w i l accept se'alel bids until 10:00 AM. Ol \ l a v 17 137' Tor furnishing one radi alarm decoder and receiver lor tht Fay ·Me Po'loc Dcparlmenl under Crime Commission ;ranl Nn. '2 4191, The Cily ol Fwetteville. Arkansi reser«» tin rlBhl (o aceept or rejei any or nil iiida. waive formatillcs I the bidding, anil lo mnlte fi l):il av\ari deemed in IK in lh« bosl interest ol llie Cily. Bid Inrms. .·pccilicalion!. and terms and OTidilions may be acquired Troops Yield To Insurgents; Base May Fall PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) -- Insurgents kept up the shelling of beseiged Longvck camp today, forcing govern mont troops to give lip morp ground, the Cambodian com mand said. The shelling inflicted heavy sued the co-op, casualties among 25,000 refugees inside the camp. "The Longvek situation does not look good; I think it will fall." a European diplomat said. The garrison 25 miles north of Phnom Penh has been undei siege for five weeks. The refu gees and 4.000 soldiers are sur rounded and running crilica!l short on food and waler, al though U.S. and Cambodiar planes were parachuting sup lies to the camp. Government sources said they did not think the former vehicle repair station and recruit training facility could be reinforced or evacuated. Oudong. the 17th century royal capital 23 miles north of the capital, fell March 18. Since then, rebels have overrun a beachhead on the Tonic- Sap Workers on Friday in his racs for the U.S. Senate. The UAW gave the endorsement to Bumpers after interviews with the governor and incumbent J. W. Fultaright, whom Bumpers opposes tor the Democratic nomination. Bumpers faced the UAW Thursday and Fulbright spoke Friday. Also receiving UAW endorsements were David Pryor for ;overnor and Joe Purcell for ieutenant governor. Both senatorial candidates that has helped." Carla said several persons have sponsored a marathon, a spaghetti supper and. now. a paper drive to help raise money to the expenses. "I appreciate it." she said- Mrs. Smithson said any monetary donations should be made to the Carla Smithson Fund in care of (he chief of police at Crawfordsville. Roy explained that when one has medullary cystic disease, a kidney is failing to secrete the usual toxic products that it should secrete. He said the biggest handicap doctors face in taking care of kidney transplant nalients is the availability of kidneys. All members of the Smithson family are now aware of this tuation and Mrs. Smithson aid they had decided to donate appeared before the state AFI.- CIO's Committee on Political Activity (COPE) at Hot Springs recently. That group, however, endorsed neither candidate. The UAW is an independent union and was not represented at the COPE meeting. The auto workers said Friday they favored Bumpers primarily because of his interest in state-related issues as opposed to foreign affairs. UAW Area Director Herb Bingaman said a poll of about 4,000 UAW members in Arkansas showed Bumpers to be the favorite. government Lilly heir kidneys ice. "This really stinks," was quoted as saying. On that date, George L. Mehren, general manager of the co op, signed $150,000 worth of checks, di'avvn on the co-op's political account. They were tiot cashed--aiid later were voided. Mchren met with Lilly ani with Harold S. Nelson, a $100.- GOO-A-year consultant who hac been the previous general manager. "Nelson tried to discourage Mehren from calling Kal mbach," Lilly was quoted as saying. "He said that Kal mbach would not talk abou matters like this on the phone . . . . Mehren wanted assuranc of only a wrist slap in the anti trust case. Mchren wanted t know what the hell they wer contributing $150,000 for." Mill! Hood Glenda Robertfon 442-2734 521-W72 442-M63 442-8157 U2-540 from the Cily M a n a g e r ' s O f f i c e Mountain £1re«l. P. J. Tobln ( C i t y Controller) ITcl \\ejl Add 25 cents for each pattern for first class mail and special "SPRING TIME SPECIAL" h a n d i n g . 'nd to Anne Adams |» Acr« for Only jit.750. You will NortRl Arkansas ""TM ''TM- '" "" --' ""- * "--~- ve all the Red But« Jc Only 20 miles from th« «gua river and government forces nhan.doncd Ihe lown of Sala Lek Pram, five miles norlh of On- dontf. Crowds fleeing from Ihe advancing insurgcnls s\varmed into Longvck. In South Vietnam, Communist-led troops .surrounded Tit- yen Binh. a lown of 4.WW on the Cambodian horder, 55 miles west of Saigon. m i l i a r y .sources .said. South Vietnamese forces were said to he operating nn Iwlh sidc-s of the bor- Then i'. r ixon's Ihe 1071 tccourtt mention oixler raising th der in an efforl break to medical sci Israeli Planes Hit Guerrillas OnMt.Hermon By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Israel said its warplanes strafed Arab guerrilla conccn- .rations on the slopes of Mt. ilermon today, and Syria reported tank and artillery bat- iles at daybreak on the Golan Heights. The Israeli high command said its jets hit "terrorist objcc .. .* . n _ .1 : i _.: federal support price for milk The White House has said Nix was influenced by "trad Lional [wlitical considerations but not by the dairymen' promises of up to $2 million i campaign money. 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J1.25 fnstant Sewing Book . . - - . 11.00 Instant Fashion Book $1.00 BARRETT-FINCHER Phone 521-1929 HOME «t LAND BY OWNER Secluded home and ft acre* in M o u n t a i n Woodland 3 mite* from Unlvtraity, near Hwy. 61 We*t. Open contemporary design by ar- chittct, western cedar com true- tlon, 4 bedroom*. 2 baths, scr«tn porch, itone fireylace, quarter biuement, kennel*. Include* drapea, couch, table, dlnhwaahcr. refrigerator, »tove, m a n y bulitlrw. houae and acres. I59.000. Call 443-2124 after 6:00. Transfers Sought LITTLE ROCK (AP) candidate for lieutenant govcr- asked Ihc Slate Police Thursday to consider transferring five of its patrolmen from the Highway Patrol to the Narcotics Division. Slate R*p. B. D. "Doug" Brandon, who is seeking the Democralic nomination, s a i ( such action could he taken he- cause of Ihe recliiclion of highway speeds which, he said, has drastically reduced highway fa- lalities and accidents. through to the isolated town. Reports from Saigon said icavy fighting bclwcen South Vietnamese and N'orlh Vietnamese forces has erupted only one mile from the horder over the past week. Meanwhile on Cambodia's eastern border with South Vietnam. large numbers of North Vietnamese forces were reported nn the move in their base areas. Cambodian Intelligence- sources said. FOR SALE by owner: 1Sr*8 bedroom*. 2 bathrnrfni, rirfplace, d e n . beAuUful lot. Iwalion, w*l r.eigribrohoorL phone. candidates for the state House of Represenlativs. The forms are required by a 1971 Igislativc act and must huTO been postmarked by midnight Thursday, May 1, to he valid. All candidates for statewide offices. Congress and the state Senate hnd liled their forms by Thursday. The TIMES It On Top of The News Seven Oay a Week I Nixon Names Envoys WASHINGTON' (AP) -- President Nixon has nominated Dean Hinton. » career Foreign Service o f f i c e r , to he ambassador to Zaire. Nixion also nominated career diplomat William D. Wolle to be ambassador to the Sultajiate lot Oman. Mrs. K. In Israel JERUSALEM (AP) - - Nancy Kissinger, on her first foreign t r i p as the wife of Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger, strolled through the ancient walled city of Jerusalem Thursday. She visited Christianity's Church of the Holy Sepulchre, fshim's Dome of the Rock and Judaism's Wailing Wall. K i s ^ i n ger, conducting more Mideasl "shuttle diplomacy," did nof accompany his wife, after the liO-ininute sortie, an Israeli communique said. The Syrian command said in a communique broadcast by Damascus R a d i o its forces bat(led Israelis through the nisiht on Mt. ilermon and the fishtin; spread to the rest ol the 40 mile front at daybreak. It was the 54th straight day of fighting on the Israeli-Syrian front, the target of Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger's diplomatic shuttle between Middle Kast capitals. In Damascus. Russian diplomats reported that Soviet Foreign Minister Andre Gromyko day- His talks with President vould arrive in Syria on Sun- lafez Assad presumably will offer a Soviet response to Kissinger's mediation between Damascus and Jerusalem, Kissinger flew to Egypt today :o report to President Anwar Sadat on his talks wilh Syrian and Israeli leaders on separating the forces on the Golan Cigarette Tested, Ruled Marijuana In NLR Scandal LITTLE ROCK CAP) -- A cigarette that David Milks, a former North Little Rock patrolman, said he found in the City Hall office of Ted Douglas has been identified as marijuana, the Arkansas Gazette said today, Douglas is a former assistant city public relations director. He resigned April 25. Milks resigned two days later. The Gazette also quoted informed sourcos close to the investigation as reporting that the State Police had been unable to find any fingerprints on Hie cigarette. Mayor Bob Rosamond had, asked that the cigarette be examine^ to determine if it was m a r i j u a n a and if there were any fingerprints on it. State Police conducted the test for fingerprints and the test for marijuana apparently was done by the state Health Department, the newspaper said. Douglas has said the cigarette was not his and has threatened to file a slander suit against Rosamond and .Milk . The Gazette also said the field kit Milks testified he used to test the cigarette was not designed to te'st for Milks testified at marijuana. Civil Service Commission hearing April 25 that he tested the cigarette and reporter! to Rosamond that he was pretty sure it w : as mari- j u a n a . Milks testified at the hearing t h a t he found "one hand-rolled marijuana cigarette" late the night of April 24 in Douglas' desk drawer. Douglas said he resigned because Rosamond ordered him to write a phony newspaper release denying a newspaper article reporting that the mayor had ordered city employes to fill the front row seats at a city council meeting to k e e p a group of complaining resident* from sitting there. Heights. The Israeli chief of s t a f f , U. Gen. Mordechai Gur, said over Israel's slate radio Friday that the fighting with Syria bad escalated recently and threatened to turn into all-out war unless a truce was agreed upon. T E R M I T E S ' CAU. A D M I R A L PEST CONTROL

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