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7-««al Sol*- 47-**al E«tat«-For Sal*- ·T CWNITR: 4 «cr»t. M brtroon, Mek. 30 ACRES PLUS PLUS · btiutllul Rinitc Wood .nd N4llv« Stwe Home with .bout UOO sq. fett « living »pa« lhat fcKluda . l,rje living room with hu«r open fireplace. cathedral open beamed txtiin, lnA marble trim .compact rffici«nt kllclwn 2 hiw bedroom, and a large bath, The PLUS a 3 car carport and a riu- !t ^ POKh-patk attached to th« riouae. PLUS B acre, of open jraaaland PLUS 8 acres of tlmtoer which Include mature walnut, pecan and other bearing trees. PLUS a drilled well, i dug well, 3 pondi and a crystal clear creek. PLUS a JOriO (appro*.) barn and a lar»e machine ihed, PLUS an excellent corral with loading chute and a si eel head chute. PLUS Ideally located between Grove and Lincoln 300 feet off blacktop. ACHES, |4,23«. Small down. ClTOat. 0 ACRES, H.MO. Small down, erms. 1 ACHES on blacktop. Will sell all r half with or without house raller. Some term.. ACRES surrounded by U.S. Tor- eat Land. Accesi road. Would make Mod recreational spot or hunting e. $1.100. 2 ACRES, l',i mile from Wlntlow on public road. II,W). 300 down and terms. ADAM REED REAL ESTATE Adam Reed, Broker anJ Re*»tw 6U-M2L Llndm Reed, Salesman. SJi-243 Winslow 634-2421 i price of $49.000 and a $30,000 7% asumable loan. PLUS If you don't hurry someone «!f« will grab this iteal and you miiht mlai the opportunity to do buamea with Newltn Really Com- VEWLIN REALTY co. West Fork. Arkanssai SOLD! SOLD! SOLDI Yea. SOU) signs are going up al over town and we have customers wailing. WE NEED LISTINGS tin homes for sale in all price ranges If you are planning on selling your home, call 521-1300 or nites: Pa u line McKi nn ey 521-1541 Shannon Martln 442-6095 Jame* Baker 442-509" Baker- Freeman 1618 N. College 521-1300 WE WORK HARDER I WE OFT RESULTS! WE CAN SELL YOUK HOME! REALTOR 47-Rtol Irtotr Tor SaU BY OWNER 3 bedroom. VA baths, carpeted, central air/heat, 4«n with woodbULtiinz fireplace dlshwajher, double electric ovens. Enclosed teck 'y*rd, convenient to scbooli. Phon* U2-JW1 or 5ZU7W. SWIMMING POOL TRI - LEVEL B E A U T Y -NORTHEAST LOCATION -Three bedrooms with senertnij cloieU -- Z\* tiled baths -Large living room with formal dining ell -- Deluxe kitchen -Paneled family room -- 2 car garage -- Central heat and air- conditioning -- Wood burning; fireplace -- Carpeting Sc Drapes included -- Beautiful NEW Bwlmming pool in fenced back yard. Priced $37,000.00. Call today. Office 442-7391. FOUR BEDROOM HOME CONTEMPORARY TWO LEVEL -- WITH NATIVE STONE AND WESTERN CEDAR treatment -- Large living room with d i n i n g area -- Deluxe kitchen with built-ina -- family space, n a t i v e stone fireplace -- vaulted ceilings -- Terrace level has large rumpus room -- three full bath« -- Two car garage w i t h electric door -- Choice Vtew from outside deck -Wall to Wall carpeting and drapes -- Year around air-conditioning -- Dont miss Ihis. Call today. Office 442-7391. KINCAID COMPANY George W. Lewii Mika R. Watson Hugh Kincnld Marjfaret Huntley REAUOR 442-4753 442-671 FOR QUICK SALE By Owner 4 year old. 3 bedroom fuily carpeted except for '2 bedrooms. Central heat, in Red Arrow Housing Division. Excellent Condition. Goes under Real Estate Agency next ·weefr. $17.500. 4U-5167. EXCLUSIVE residential subdivision being developed by owner to be opened In n ear future. OonmllmenU for cholc* cleared building jltes being accepted now. Enjoj' all dly conveniences tn this country hideaway. For further In- rormUon call 442-SOL weekdays 3-5. BY OWNER 3 bedroom, I 1 /? baths, cedar ranch house with over 7,400 sq. ft. in BuMerfield Schr^ol District. Low 20's. Phone 4425087. S H R E V E REAL ESTATE Hwy 112 N., Fayetlevtlle NEEDS LISTINGS and SALES PERSONNEL Phone 442-9100 HENRY SHREVE 'AMTLY hom«. Fiv« iwdroomj, three ·thnxnu, Ilvlnzroom, din Ing room, kit- bM. woh room. Oa Um lot, MO.OOO. Ckll 4U-2510. FOR SALE BY OWNER: ComlOrtabJe older home conveniently Located in Rocen. 9 roornx * Bath downstairs, 3 rooms and half bath oprtaln. Furnished or un- fumlahed. Carport, garage, thed, fenced ard. ltil» after, fiS«493fi, 3 BEDROOQC hMMC OQ WxlBT lot, .. mil* e««t ol Farralneton. Prk-ed foe quick sale. J8.5QO, 0*11 2G7-379S between 5 uul 1 p.m. BEAVER LAKE Acreage, I acre to 100 acres, with and without improvements. Call Larry Dowel] for details and showing. 2345 ORA DRIVE over 1,700 «q. ft. (4 bedrooms) for less than J27.000.00. Call Tor showing. NORTHEAST LOCATION Beautiful 3 bedroom brick and frame located on . acre tree shaded lot. 1109 Eastwood Drive, Price (39,000.00. Shown by appointment REALTOR Lindsey and Assoc, Inc. Phone (501) 821-6611 3535 North College P.O. Box 1174 FayetteviUe, Arkansas 72701 FOR RKTAIL UQtOR PERMIT otic* Is hereby given that tbe under- sued has tiled wit H the Department Alcoholic Beverage Control ot Ihe ale ol Arkansas lor a permit' to soil Irltuous. vinous and malt liquors at Li! I lo be carried out And not be the licensed promises escribed as Highway 16 East, Faj-elte- lle. Wash! ngton Con M j-- 10 undersigned slate. 1 ; that he Is tlzen of Arkansas, tit good moral nracter, lhat he has never been coti- cteri of a lelony or ulhcr crime in- ~iig moral turpitude; that no license ill alcoholic beverages by the underfed has been revoked within five (5) cars last past; and that the undersigi is never been convicted ol violating e laws ot this Stale, or am- othci ale, relative to the sale of alcohol [c riuors. npllcatfon is [or » permit to be issuer operation beginning on Ihe first d of July 1974, and lo expire on tbe 30th ay of June, 1973. Riverside What Knots Trade Name Jerrfs Duncan SH Applicant ibscribed and sworn to before me this h day of May, 1971. Elvie P. Heiney Notary Publii y Commission Expires: February 1978 :c 10, 17 60 Acres -- all in excellent pasture wi*h two wells, three springs four ponds, hog wirn fencing. Thi: excellent Income property feature: five poultry houses with RO.OOO .-a pncity. All insulated and. auto ma tic. Native stone seven room, Ihrae bedroom home, two barns and c workshop. Call for more inform; lion on this farm. 31 Acres -- excellent pasture. Good fence, small storage shed, drilled well, large two acre pond, located just off htway. 8 Acres -- with seven open. three bedroom home. Central heal electric appliances and built-ins Family room, utility room wit asher-dryer hook-up. Call for an )poin1ment lo see this property !i Acres -- about 20 acres ope nd excellent pasture. Balance ha, arge trees and is rolling lane ·arge spring flows o n - property nd located just off black to iway. 0 Acres -- on Beaver Lake wit ke -frontage. Large native ston nd cedar home has four bedroom --BV OWNER: 1R1 acra;. nmr D*vll's Den. mostly wwxM, mountainous, or- clrtuct. log cabin, year round ftlrtara. IZJ.500. Ut-SlEX WOMAN'S WORLD A Convenient Sewing and hopping Guido for Today's Gal on Hie Go. PRINTED PATTER! fy£«*aWUfi* Buckle into this V-ncck vcs with cable interest. Spark sporty outfits with i vivid, quick-to-knit vest. Little shaping, ideal for any season of the year. Team with skirts pants. Pattern 992: sizes 32-34 36-38 included. 75 CENTS each pattern--ad 25 cents each pattern for first class mail and specinl handling Send to Laura Wheeler. North west Arkansas TIMES. 450 Needlecraft Dept., Box 161. 01 Chelsea Station. New York, N Y. 10011. Print Pattern Numher Name, Address, Zip. NEW! 1974 Needlecraft Catalo; covers the creative scene--knit crochet, fashions, embroider} quilti, more! · '5 cent NEW! Sew Knit Book Has basic tissue pattern ..$1.2, NEW! Needlepoint Book _.$!.» NEW! Flower Crochet ....$1.0 Hairpin Crochet Book .... $1.0 Instant Crochet Book $ -0 Instant Money Book -51.0 Instant Macrame Book ...-J1.D Complete Gift Book .5 .0 Complete Afghans no.14 ...$1.00 12 Prize Afghani no.12 .50 cent Book of 16 Quilts no.l -.50 cents Museum Quilt Book no.2 .. _-5fl cents IS Quilts for Today no.3 50 cents Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs -50 cents "hree bedroom home complete', ^modeled from top to bolton lew carpel throughout, new pain istde and out, complete new bat xturrs. Large garden all plan' d, green house, work shop, sma tarn. Appro*, two acres level land vlth the While River adjoinin he property. 0 Acre* -- 1600 ft. of beautifu ear round creek frontage. Kxce ent building sites, very good sol e tree* perimeter fence, onl even miles from Fayetteviid "erms w i t h owner. tf YOU'RE BUV3NO1 OR SELLTNO YOU WANT REALTY You'll enjoy the crispness o this dress especially on sum mer's most wilting days. Low waist princess curves make yol look sleeker, taller. Sizes 10',i, mi, Mtt. 16%, 18V4 Size 14W (bust 37) takes 2-V yards 45-inch. Send $1.00 for each pattern Add 25 cents for each patter for first--c!ass mail and specia handling. Send lo Anne Adams Northwest Arkansas TIMES 4M, Pattern Dept.. 243 Wcs 17th St.. New York. N. Y. 10011 Print NAME, ADDRESS. ZIP SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Double bonus! Choose one pattern free in New SPRING SUMMER Pattern Catalog. Ge one free pattern printed inside 100 beautiful fashions, all size; Send 75 cents now. New! Sew Knit Book- has basic tissue pattern ...$1.2 Instant Sewing Book r Instant Fashion Book Jl.O ^rcd Mprton r aclc Huge 3ene Hamm 839-2666 751-783. 443- 2C9- 192 ACRES 1,000 broiler cpaacity -- homes · eeuliful ponds -- lots of pastui -- peach orchard, Can sell in areels if preferred. Less than $130 000. Lincoln, 15 ACRES '|G, -- 4 BR. remodeled rano ype home -- most excellent \ ... ;upply -- beautiful view. $26,500 4 ACRES Unimproved -- 5 miles west i 'ayetteville -- beautiful Jwme sit w i t h trees -- 6,500 total -- $'5C down. 4 BEDROOM, 1 ?1 BATH Brick home (newer) -- fireplace ch ca -- carpeted d r a p e d carport -- garden in 100x200 lot, o ived road near Lincoln. Can a^ me loan of approx. 120,000. 40 ACRES Approx. 3 acres cleared for hon nostly small timber and most cou he cleared. Just off good coun road. South of Prairie Grove. ?i; '50 -- maybe some terms. THE OSBURN BROKERS irWY 2 WKfl* Phone 4U-446Q 7--R«al Esttrt»-For Sale KM', 3 brdrtwn house with small acre- i, covered [wtlo, carport, NHx carpet- Ht.500. 2 bedroom duplex, excellent dtllwi, (oncer] Lot, Can easily be con- *ried to 4 bedroom house, flS.SOQ. Phone G7-3Z3. BY OWNER year old brifk, fully carpeted, haln l i n k fence, three bedroom family xxn, lanrs kitchen, Hvinirrooni, 11£ ·attis, tfanlen a rea, fruit trees. Hwy East. 113,500. Phone after fi:00 pjn. 2-611 Notice*-- ;vllle, Arkansas, lhal lh« M!« of rased animals U dangerous to animal uman lift and lhat the confine- nt of diseased anbnals with hrallhv m*ls encourajtea the spread of cwita**- s- discuses. Therefore, an ememency hereby declared lo exist, and this Inarm- bcJnK necessary (or Ihe protec- i tor Iho public hoallh, safely, and fare shall be In f u l l force and effect m nnd after its passage nrd approval ""ASSED AND APPROVED IhU 2nd ' of April lini, APPROVED: MARIOS B. ORTON Asst MAYOR TTEST: . TOBIN CITY CLERK 10 (OTICE TO PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS Notice 1s hereby given thai [n pur lance lo an offer of grant from the rctorsl Avtatfon Artmimslralion nancW assistance lo th* City of Fay llcvillp, Arkansas, for the construction T iicrimclcr fencJnR at Drake Field Tvimelpa] Airport scaled bids win be croivcd al the office of iho Piirchasinc XfEcer of I'^yeHevillc, Arkansas, until 10 M. on May 24 197-3. for Ihe fumishinK ' n i l tools, labor, equipment and sup lies necessary for the Installation o crimclcr fencing at Drake Field " "ripal Airport and Items related hereto. Th c tOL-nlf on of the work In se t on i ihe plnns nnd specifications on file n the office of the purchasing Officer '.O. Drawer "F", Fayellevllle, Arkntisn "2701. All bins will be opened in thi iard ol Directors' Room, Clly A r l m l n l s ration Building, F.iyclLGvillG, Arkansas t t h u t i m e set for receiving bids. AIL necessary work, malerinls am very Horn o( canstnictfon shall be t; ceordance with the plans and spec i f I attons as prcpnrcrl by the engineer Jopies of the documents may be ha ~rom the office of ihe. Purchasing Office ipon (ho payment of the sum of lwenl\ ivo dollars (25.00), iaid payment bein efunttable only to unsuccessful biddci ipon Hie r e t u r n of nil bid doeutncnt 'ertineiit information and Lhe delailc pecificalions will be furnished lo sup liers at cost of reproducLion. Tha contracfors .shall make Kucli in pec I ion and studies of the sile of th vork as (o thoroURhly I.imlliaruc then' .elves with all con c) itions (o be er ·ounlercd. Each htd must be accompanied b i surely bond in fhe amount equal I ive per cent (5 per cent) of the whol ild, safrt borir] to be issued b y . a s 1 . ·ompnny LfCPiisert lo do business in th State ot A rkansns said bond to b 'talneri as liquidated darners in case icressf nl bidder f nils, nepler ts ifuscs (o c m e r Inlo the contrac't fo e construetlon of snln works, ai urnifli ihe ncce.^nry bonds within te 10) diiys from anrt after the riate an tward is mn{!c. Tliu successful bidder will be require o furnish « pcrforuiance and paymen 1 in favor of the City of Fayeltovilli Arkansas In an. amount equal to on luntired per cent !00 per cent) of tti contract amount At the time of th ,-ard of the contract. The proposed contract is under nn bject to Kvpcullvc Order No. l!2 September 21, 10S, nnrt to the en.u r: - 10, 17 ORDINANCE NO, lt*5 AN OHDINANCE TO PFIOHIBET TE! SM,K OF DtSEASKD OR I'OISONOU OR ANTMAIJJ THE SAIjK OF VTinci S PnOHIBETRD BV F E D E H A t - LAV TO i!EGUr,ATE THK OPERATION' 0 'KT SHOPS AND KEN'NELS; A N O FO OTHER PURPOSES. HE IT OnUATNED BY T H E BOAB OF DIRECTORS OF THE CITY O FAVF.TTEVI3.i-E, ARKANSAS: i Section 1. As used herein, the torm "kennel" and "pel shop" shall be co slriKil to inclucte n-ny Individual or e-Slfl' ;Iiment lor the raisin B, trainin boarding, or selling of dogs, cats, bini ^lice, rats, rcpliles, fowl or fi.sh or ·inaLl animals for hire or pro Til, Section 2. U .-.li^li be unlawful f ins 1 person, pel shop, or kennel to se ffcr for sale, or cxiose any tiiseasi or ]X)isonous animal or any animiil tl ile or which Is prohibited by Pe!er Law. Section 3. Every place used as ?nncl or |icl shop shall be kept clean and sanitary condition, and refuse or waste materials shall allowed to remnin thereon for more Ihi twenty-four (2J1 hours- The owner operator of a rJonncl or pel slinp shi ppiipcrly treat any d i w n w r t a n i m a l a: shall properly Isolate those nnima having a disease contagious to anim ir hunnin life; provided, any nnim i-h I ch is di 5 eased past, recovery, sli; be destroyed- All nnimals in a . k c n r or pet shop sha II bo hum a nely t reati and properly nourisJied. Animals shr not bo confined In one area in ,sm numbers lliat access to food and \vat Is not readily available. Section 4- Any person violalini; or fa ins (o comply with n n y of Ihe provisio of this ordinance sliall be deemed KUI! of a misIem«anor and upon convict!' shall be fined In a 'sum not less Hi; Twenty-live Dollars (25.00) or more (h; One Hundred Dollars (IM.OO). K.i [fay's vfoialion shall conslitulc a sejiarn o/;ense. Section 5. That nil ortfinnnccs. or par (hereof, In conflict here with be, a: hereby art 1 , rejH?nlcd. Section 6. Should nny section nr pro- sJon of Ihl3 Ordinance be declarerl 1 Court In bo unconstitutional or (rival! such decisions shall not eflect the vaV ity of ordinance as n whole or p; (hereof oilier than Hie part so declar lo be unconstitutional or invalid, Section 1. It is hereby delerrnirtct! I the Hoanl ol Directors of the Cil CONTEMPORARY With this lovely A-Frama three levels are available f year-round or second home living, vth livirxi-ente tainrnent areas open to 9ne outdoors through extensiy glass. If you've been considering an A-Frame, check w us on this one today. Located near lake. $18,800 FAUCETTE REALTORS 1202 N. Coll eg. Office «2-53SI .·flat Notices-- Folkeling Gives Hartling More Time In Office Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Friday, May 10, 1974 · AVKTTKVIU.K. AftKAMCAC COPENHAGEN, Denmark ORDINANCE NO. 19% .N ORDINANCE AMENDING NANCK NO. 1393; TO DEFINE THE RM AREA IDENTIFICATION SIGN; REGULATE AREA IDENTIFI- IOW SIGNS; AND FOR OTHER POSES. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE B O A R D DIRECTORS OF THE CITY OF YKTTEV1L.LE. ARKANSAS: section 1. That Section UB'2 of Ordl- nee No. IB93 is hereby amended by diifg a d e f i n i t i o n (o rend as follows Area Identification Sign: A stun to nlify a common area containing * ·oup of slniL'tures, or a single structure mlnimuni silo of five (5) acres, ch as « rosidenlfal subdivision, apart- ent complex, inrfu stria I part, mobile me park, or shopping cenler, located the ent ra nee or c ntra nces of the a, and consisting of a fence or w a l l archway with letters or symbols af- «J thereto). Section 2. Thiil Ordinance No 1893 hereby amended by adding Section 1-11.1 to read as follows: (Section 17B-11.1. Area Signs. lie iize and locnKon of (he fence It, or other structure which wilt con- n lh« area identification a f g n . m u s t approved by tJie Building Inspector, i will approve such structure upon criterion of traffic safely site lines. The m a x i m u m riisptav surface arca area identification sieiia shrill not cecd thirty-two (32) square feet. Section 3- That all ordinances, or parts ereof, in conflict herewith be nnd rcby are, repealed. " iction 4. That this ordinance shall in full force and elfecL from and r its passage, approval and puhli. tlon. ·ASSKD AND APPROVED THIS Jfllh AY OF APRIL,, 1974. APPROVED: Mariim R, Orton Asst. MAYOR 'TEST: J. TOBIW TY OT.F.RK c - 10 EGALS ORDINANCE NO. 1S17 AN OHDINANCB AMENDING SEC ONS 3 AND 4 OF O R D I N A N C E NO, TX, SECTION 15-13 AND SECTION 1-14 F THE FA YETTF.VI I,LK CODE NAXCES; TO PRESCRIBE THE EQUIREMENTS FOR OBTAINING R I V A T H SECURITY OFl/ICKB'S TJCENSH OR A PRIVATE SECUfUTV GENT'S LICENSE; TO PROVIDE HAT PRIVATE SECURITY OFFICERS ND PRIVATE SKCUIUTIT AGENTS ST FILE A i.TJKKTY BOND MABrUTY I N S U R A N C E POLICY ITH THE CITY; AND FOR OTHER URPOSES. BE IT .ORDAINED BY THE BOARD DIRECTORS OF THE CITY OF AYETTEVTU,E, ARKANSAS: Section 1. That Sectfon 3 cf Orilin; 1726, Section 16-13 ol the Fayetleville otic of Ordinances, i hereby amemlet read as follows: 3. The Chief of Police of the Fayetteville shall be the oHicei large of the Issuing of said permits nch applicant for a permit shall exhlbi :urrcnt license issued by the Direclo the Arkansas State Police pursunr the provisions of Arkansas Act No 05 c* 1973. Each applicant shall file ith the Chief of Police n ropy of ih ·rltten npplicalion retired by Act 6(b f 1973. Section 2. That Section I of Orriinnnr* o- 1125. Sec. 16-11 of the Fayetlcvilli ode ol Ordinances, is hereby amende* read as follows: The Chief of Police shall issue j cense ol the kind applied for to an: iplicant ulio meets the requirement: ·el out in Section 3 of (his ordinftno who f i l e s with, the City Clerk i abiiily insurance policy, to Insure sucl pnlicant ngntnst any Liability Tor pnr nl 5nju ry or p roperly rtn ma ge oc sinned by any net or omission i h applicant in tho perlnnniincc i duties as a private security oflici r private security Hsienl. Said liiibilt irance shall provide mi mm u erage of J1W.000.00 per person a.r ·300,000.00 per cxvurrence for persona jurj' and S100.000.00 (or pioporty dam e. ection 3, That all ordinances an. rewith be, and they hereby ar epoatcd. Section A, Tliat tliis ordinance siial in full force and effect from am Tier its passage, approval BUI ublf cation. PASSED AND APPROVED THIS 161 lAY OF APRIL. 1971. APPROVED Marlon R. Orlo Asst. May ATTEST: . Tohln CITY CLERK 10 (AP) -- The minority Liberal government of 'Premier Poul Hartling appeared doomed early today until an unprecedented vote ol confidence assured him at least four more days in office. The vote In the Folketing .the Danish parliament, staved off a national election which Hartling had prepared to call after the two largest parties announced they would oppose government bills to increase the sales tax and cut welfare payments. Thousands of workers struck to protest the two proposals. During a marathon 20-hour ission of the Folketing, speak- r after speaker referred to artling's government in the ast tense and speculated on ew post-election government netips. Late editions of several news- dpers went on the street with ont-page banners headlining "ie government's downfall. Hartling let it be known he ould call an election for June MOTION OF CONFIDENCE Then the Center Democrats itroduced a motion of corv dcnce urging the premier to rniain in office even if de- rated on the money hills. The totion was approved 90-6=1 ith 18 abstentions, and tho ote on the bills was postponed ntil Tuesday. The Progress party, seconc argcst in the Folketing, voter or the motion even though .ii ad announced it would oppose money bills. The Socia )etnncrats, the largest party oted against the motion bu aid it was ready for new ncgo atinns with the government on e f i n a n c i a l legislation. Adding to the confusion, a majority of tbe legislators greed that increases in ales tax are necessary to curl mporls and reduce the mount ng balance of payments defi it. But the crisis was precipi ated by the government's re atcd proposal to reduce inconn axes by 30 per cent and fi ance the government b; weeping cuts in free medica id, education and child allow nces. as well as by the in reased sales tax. Ouachila River Yields Last Of Drown Victims ARKADELPFIIA, Ark. (AP; -- The body of Hie fifth of sis ersons wtto drowned i n t h e Ouachita River near here Men lay night was found Thursday night, a spokesman for thi lark County sheriffs offici said. Rescue units and airplane will be utilized in recovery op orations today, he said. Three bodies found Thursda wtre identified as William James Thornton, 7, Venit Thornton. 25 r and Willie Jo Thornton, 8. Willie Joe Thornton's bod A T a s f oun d abou t 400 y a re south of where the truck which he was riding plunge into the river, the spokesma said. Authorities said the truck with nine persons aboart failed to negotiate a turn on county road. A f a r m e r who witnessed Eh accident rescued three person The bodies of V c n i ta Jea Thornton, 9. and Hooker Smith 71. the driver of the vehicle were recovered earlier t h i week. Deputy Sheriff Boh Coonc said Venita Thornton's bod was found floating on the rive about nine miles f r o m wher the search operations began. Daley Gets Raise CHICAGO CAP) - Mayo Richard Daley, under goin treatment fcr high blood prc sure and diabetes, has receive a get-weH present from the cit council. The council voted W«inesr!o 45 0 :o give Daley a $25,01 raise, bringing his annual sal; ry to $60,000. The raise ha been in the works for som llrne and was not connectec with the mayor's illness. A Daley spokesman said th m a y o r also is undergoing tes 1 and it's uncertain when he'll I released. LITTLE UOCK (AP) -- Gov. )ale Bumpers signed a proclamation last, October calling for An End lo A l l - H u n t i n g , " ac- ording to a the May Issue of a nonthly newspaper published t Little Rock for Arkansas unters and fishermen. Archie Schaffer I I I , an aide o Bumpers, said, however, iat the document "says nolh- ng about being against hunting -- it only t a l k s of not torturing r being cruel to animals." Bumpers was not available or comment, but Schaffer said e doubted the governor had een the newspaper and was ure he would be "appalled at ny suggestion lhat he was gainst hunting." Schaffer said Bumpers was "an avid sports- nan -- had been a h u n f e r all tis life of duck and quail., and eeps a bird dog at the Manion.'* Schaffer said the proclama ion came i n t o the governor's ffice by mail and was signed iy him "routinely." The proclamation designated Oct. 13, 1973 as Animal Liber- it ion Day and was sponsored iy Friends of Animals. Inc., of tfew York. It was published in he Oct. 7 issue of The New fork Times and carried the iignaEures of three governors -- Bumpers, Edwin Edwards oi ^ouisLana and William T. CahiV of New Jersey- STATED PURPOSE The newspaper, the A r k a n s a s iportsman, said, "The slated njjpose of this organization brough their recent proctama- ion is to outlaw all hunting Black Employes Sue Department Of Corrections LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Tw ilaek employes of the slat Correction Department hav iled suit in U.S. District Cour at Little Rock accusing the De parlment of racially di: criminatory employment prai 'ices, The suit was filed by Johnn Tones, a prison guard with bachelor's degree in sociology and Huey Davis III, a medica assistant with a bachelor's de irce in sociology and trainin n the Army as a psychiatri specialist. The defendants are Corrcc ion Commissioner Terrell Do iutto, Cummins Supt. A. I jockhart. Asst. Cummins Sup Jerry Campbell and the mem hers of the stale Board of Cor rcction. The suR said the plaintiff ave been subjected to "verba harassment" by.Lockhart "du 0 their having a college degre vhile most of the other emploj es who earn equal or great e )ay do nol have college fit, jrees, and are not subjected t 'he lype of harassment and in imidation endured by plain Jones said he had been inter viewed for promolions an has been continuously a s k e questions by his supervisors re. Carding race and further to! hat blacks were not qualifie or advanced positions withi he Arkansas Department . Corrections." The suit a s k he court to issue an injunctio lalting racial discrimination a the Corrections Departmen and to order the defendants t *rant back pay due blacks wli 1 a v e been discriminate against. 23 Bumpers Signed Proclamation Calling For End To Hunting rapping and othor sports acli\ r ties that so many Arkansans presently enjoy." The news- aper went on to link the organization w i t h gun control efforts. Alice Ilcrringloo of New York, president of Friends of Animals, said Thursday that ler organization's goal was to jan all hunting, though not necessarily in the Octoher proclamation. She also denied 'ehemontly the allegation thai. Friends of Ani-mals was in eague with gun control grovlps. T h e proclamation said: "WHEREAS -- nonhumans are deserving of respect and love; and WHEREAS -- it is the obligation of h u m a n s to see to it Lhat no undue harm shall be .inflicted upon nonhumans by hum a n s ; and "WHEREAS -- each year millions of animals are the unnecessary victims of cruel traps, guns, contests, and many other human-inflicted tortures; and "WHEREAS -- Preservation of the individual wild animal is of growing concern in America today: "NOW THEREFORE -- We, Governors and Mayors of American States and Cities, do hereby proclaim Oct. 13, 1973 as Animal Liberation Day for the prevention of cruelty to ;ill animals, wild or domestic, antl to call upon all citizens to ref r a i n from participating in cruel activities and sports which lead to such cruelty during this period, and throughout years to come." Ford Says II Nixon Ousted There Could Be No Appeal CHICAGO (AP) -- Vice President Gerald R. Ford says even T Congress wrongly impeaches President Nixon, there could be no court appeal. Ford said he believes a President can he impeached only for -reason, bribery, high crimes ind other misdemeanors, but 'Whatever the Congress decides, rightly or wrongly, is the r inal decision. "Others may disagree with ·ne but I think the weight of egal evidence is that no decision of Congress in the area of impeachment is challengeable in the Supreme Court," he'said. Some observers, including former Supreme Court Justice Arthur J. Goldberg, have said impeachment by the House may be appealed, delaying proceedings. Ford made his comments in response to a question at a dinner of the Skokie Industrial Valley Association, the last of four groups he addressed in a 1,3-hour tour in Chicago and downstate Illinois. EROSION SEEN Earlier, Ford told an audience of about fi.OOO at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston that Watergate has caused "an erosion of confidence in the fed- Senotbrs Answer LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Attorneys representing four stale senators say the state Cons t i t u t i o n and state law do not require legislators to submit "detailed and itemized records of every expense incurred" in order to be reimbursed for expenses. The attorneys made the statement in a brief filed Thursday with the state Supreme Court. Tht brief was filed in response to one submitted earlier by Roger Mears, chairman of the Pulaski County Democratic party, and Bob Scott, his Republican counterpart. Mears and Scott successfully sued the senators over expense payments they had received. The senators -- Virgil T. Fletcher of Benton. Ralph M. Patterson of North Little Rock, Joe F. Ray of Havana and Dr. Jerry D. Jewell of Little Rock -have appealed the decision by Chancellor M u r r a y O- Reed. eral government which I bs- ieve has reached crisis propor- .ions." However, he later told a news inference in Chicago that the President should not resigti and hat he believes from the evidence that Nixon is innocent-of any impeachable offense. He also told the National lomputer Conference that Wa- .ergate has m a d e him more aware of threats to individual privacy posed by computer technology. Ford told newsmen he does not anticipate being President or r u n n i n g for office in 19?fi. but "I'll be prepared for whatever happens." In his Thursday night speech to the industrial association, w h i c h h:tj about 235 member; firms. Ford ranged from national defense to inflation, which he described as"the most important, the most crucial problem we face in this country." Ford said proposals for. income tax cuts are "superficial" and "phony," and called instead for belt-tightening across all sectors of Amtrican society. all sectors of American soceity. faubus Comments On Campaign Issues MOUNTAIN HOME, A r k , {AP) --Former Gov. Orval E. Faubus here Thursday accused David H. Pryor. a former congressman, of voting against an appropriation for the Arkansas Industrial Commission and one for the Arkansas Children's Colony. '. Both men are seeking the Democratic gubernatorial nomination. Faubns also alleged that Pryor favored amenesty for draft dodgers and thought they were right. He sairi Pryor was at a loss to know what to do about Dr. Grant Cooper, the Communist who is a history professor at the University of Arkansas- Little Rock. "I know what to do," Faubus said, "I'll guarantee you t h a t I'll get him off the payroll and off the campus." The Mono Lisa Look Yakl Tannin, Z1, Is shown at ktt on a TV prop-am in Tokyo wearing a medieval dress and displaying her MOB* Lisa look. When Mis* Tamora heard the masterpiece w a s coming In Tokyo, she look tbe $500 she had saved and Invested in plaillc swgery In an effort to emulate Ihe tamed Da Vinci painting. (AP Wlrephoto)

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