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*47~R«ol Mul« Tor Sol»- Ne*d a Same room large eno * · . TM , . , « M« In » 5BR 2 '/a ba tri-ltv«*l n Root School oUt ."ihit'.uS ha. for LR And din. rtn. Lovely klti.h^n wi* «U bunt-la. ineludffij . ne.r- · "*J* -.* ^ ' ld * r «rl J»ri«i Jor a quick sale al · ; To see anytime call Pauline Mc- Ktnney at 521-1300 or nlte.7 Si- Baker- Freeman 1618 N. College 521-1300 O BEDROOM Ixiw, Iwo blocks from . Si * MTM*". «2 Fttsoo, lot M.OOO. HIOM 442JM or OWTCT. REALTOR Co. INVESTMENT PROPERTY Ne«r University -- Rented Now Call Ed Sal-ham 52t-72»S nlghta FAYARK Realty WAREHOUSE CENTRAl LOCATION Bl* truck Drive-in. Parking SOW «q. ft. Two Paneled office* plus «ception roam. elate, to down town and U. at A. FRONTIER tit N. College Office S21-SSM 'For the discriminating few an e]e. gant 8 room Brick home on Beaver -.Lake, sw of manicured shore line four bedroom, modern in every ,,wsp«:t. air condition, central heat ill electric, sundeck. many olhcr attractive features owner coins: out of State. This beautiful home ta a bargain at $55.000.00. Call Anderson-Hudgins Realty, Rogers ; Ark. 636-9101. IF 512. "°6ers. 'ill Lazenby . es Davis . . . . Doug Hartley Arthur Clark . ANDERSON- HUDGINS REALTY REAUO « 15 ACRES and 3 bedroom house on e 'Of Rpringdala City limits. Phone 751-1742 ,,« TS1-9340, :· NEW, * bedroom house with wnall BCTT- 9 «»e, covered pntlo, airport, fully carpet- L C d , fiO.500. 3 bwlroom duplex, excellent rendition, fwiwd lot. csn easily be converted to 4 bedroom house. 536,000. Phone ·-·3S7-M33. -·: BY OWNER 1 ' Three yea r old brlcV, fully carpeted, chain !i/ik fence, three herlroom, family room, larse kifrfien, UvinRroom, 1^ baths, jfanlen area, frurt trees, Hwy ; 18 East. J18.500. Phtme ntler 8:00 p m .,,442-GU9. ' 4fl level acres -- all under fence and all in good perm, pasture 2 ponds, well with lots of water on blacktop 2'/ 2 miles from town, like . .new 15,000 capacity broiler house ·-with auto, cqiiipt., barn. 3 bedroom , Hi bath double wide mobile hoi good potential. 62 acres open valley land fenced ,and In gotid pasture, good water *'supply in well and ponds, 31.000 capacity broilers in two up to date insulated housrrs with auto, equipt., .,,barn, 3 bedroom modern dwelling ·rln good c o n d i t i o n , 2','a miles from town. 200 seres, could develop into good ·lock farm, ¥t mile fro n tape on eountry road, wel 1 large spring and creek make poori water sup- -·ply. some open grassland now with ·^tnuch more that could be easily -.Improved, * rare buy at $42,500 terms can be arranged. A ftn« offering to anyone Ls thts *B5 acre stock and broiler combinn- ;-.tion. almost all open paslure w i t h - . 2 acre sprinfr fed lake, good well, -.large spring and river furnlsMn? ^»ater galore, extra nice 3 bedroom home with stone Eire place carpet and. m a n y other exceptional features, 2 nearly new broiler "houses steel truss, insulated and - a u t o m a t i c equipment, fi miles from ·' town, short d 1st ance fro m TOa ck- top. $105.000. with terms available HO acre bottom farm all under fence, most in good perm, pasture Aplenty of water In creek and good .·prtnff. hay barn, block barn and storage building, 4 bedroom home has been remodeled and Is verj nice with carpet and spacious rooms, lots of cabinets and storage this is another ihat will soon be -·wearing a sold sign so see it now ,,|52,500. ternv; can bo arranged. · ( ,3 bed room older ho use In goo · condition on 85'x230" lot on pave, ·treet with all cily utilities, h a n d y ^,to shopping, churches and downtown area, ?9,000. total price, a very pood home place or investment property. - '3 bedrooms, excellent location ".short distance from schools ant churches or downtown area." goo ·''deep lot, large living room with fireplace, in good, condition H5, 900, terms available. YANCY REALTY -Office Phone M6-2153 Prairie Grovi Ark. REALTOR P. O. Box 2R1 HI way 62 -- 2 miles wcot Prairie Grove Ark. T2733 'OFFICE PHONB Bob Yanccy "Bill Yancey Vern Reeve* , 824-325 816-26* 8-16-2544 BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME By owner, Butterfield. 4 bedrooms walk-in closet, two baths, .shn.6 car petin?, stale entrance hal], living 7"room, paneled den/fireplace, dtn "ing area, dishwasher, sclf-eleanln "oven, panfry, utility room, centra · air, paneled double garage, fenced -in yard, ga» grin. lovely trees. 87 low equity loan can, be assumed »42.XK. Phone 521-6190. ~ "FAMIIiY home. Fl va ncdrooms, Ihree -bathroom*, livfnsroom, dinlngroom. ki rtvn wash room. On Lare* lot. 140.000 ·OR SALE BY OWNER: umuoruit»e Ider home con«n!»nlly lorated In Ro«. "· J r°TM * B.U. dooruteln, 3 room r.d half batfl npitalrs, FMrnMinl or Of BY OWNER 1 bMroem. Hi tatta, orptM, ctntrt] air/heat, itt wHJ. «n4bun!ic ftteplact lla*iwMh«r, double electric ovens. E«, closed back yard, convenient to schools. PIMM M2-al or 521-4786. REALTOR 1015 N. College 521-6700 521-5833 , 521-4448 442-6446 751-9724 PRAIRIE GROVE Ike new, two bedroom and den or hree bedroom, forced air heat and sir-conditioned, 18x20 attached ca- rage, Sxlfl utility building, krt lOOx- WO, shade, fruit trees and shrub* 18 ACRES, M.2SO. Small down, iernw, 10 ACRES.' »2.400. Small down, terms. » ACHES on blacktop. Win Mil all or half with or without houac trailer. Som* tenna. I ACRES surrounded by U.S. For- ·at Land. Acc«aa road. Would make IWd recreational mot or huntlnj 1 ACRES. 11J mil* from Wiiulow on public road. *l,300. 300 down and terms, ADAM REED REAL ESTATE Adam Reed, _._ . , T ^ Broker and Realtor REALTOR KV1-31Z1 Linda Reed. Salesman, 634-242* Wimlow 634.2421 draped ' EXCELLENCE with a view. 3 Bedroom Colonial Jrick -- Approximately 2100 sq. ft. Yes, it has a lovely family ronm w i t h fireplace. Yes, it has a living room. Yes, It has a game room Yes, it has a covered patio over- ookin* fenced back yard. Yes, It a in Root School area and the awn is manicured. Beautifully decorated and draped. Only H4^- tOO.OO. LINDSEY ASSOC. 3535 N. CoU«» To Anne Stanberry 3. L. Lewis lim Lindsey " W. (iabel irry Dowel! Sparky Cunningham Gladys Sanneman Farrell Conner Bill PreKe REALTOR Phono 521-9S11 442-8613 521-5700 521-5575 442-9463 442-6959 521-1215 521-3187 521-2TO4 521-4022 BY OWNER Beautiful 5 bedroom, 2 story Dutch Colonial with ?600 sq, ft., 3 baths slus dressing room; formal living- dining room; GE double-oven and dishwasher in kitchen with lot* ol cabinets; paneled f a m i l y TOO with fireplace; utUityroom; 2 c; garage; excellent landscapirvg-va- riety oC shade, f r u i t trees and flowering shrubs, natural rock patio and pool; fenced. J33.500. Call 521-6657 for appotn tm pnt. 47-t«a1 Estato-for SoU 47-ft«al Estate-far S«l»- SOIDJ SOLD! SOLDI Te«, SOLD *lm* ar« ^otn up all over town and we have customers waiting. WE NEED LISTINGS on homes for sale En all price ranff«c| If you are planning on wiling your home, call 521-1300 or nit«*: Pauline McKtnney Shannon Martin James Baker SWIMMING POOL TRI - LEVEL B E A U T Y -NORTHEAST LOCATION -Three bedrooms with generous closets -- 2 ] /z tiled baths -Large 1 ivi ng room with fo rma 1 dining ell -- Deluxe kitchen -Paneled f a m i l y room -- 2 car Xara^e -- Central heat and air- conditioning -- Wood burning fireplace -- Carpeling Drapes included -- B e a u t i f u l NEW swimming 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 w i t h dining area -- Deluxe kitchen with built-lns -- family space, native stone fireplace -- vaulted ceilings -- Terrac* level has large rumpus room -- three f u l l baths -- Two car garage with electric door -- Choice View from outside deck -Wai 1 to Wall carpd ing and drapes -- Year around air-conditioning -- Don't mlas 'this. Call today. Office 442-1391. KINCAID COMPANY George W. Lewi* Mike R. Watson Hugh Kincald Margaret Huntl«y REALKXJ 442-4753 442-6711 S31-6054 SO-1340 S H R E V E BY OWNER: t «crt«. 45 But. OlBrt il", 2-3 bedroom brick, centra; h««l/A!r, iTpeted, lrfi worktop. Fhyttteville ·chool. »34.600 after 4 p.m. 4^5SS». S211S4» 442-409S 442-MM REALTOR Baker- Freeman 1618 N. College 521-1300 WE WORK HARDER I WE GET RESU1.TSI WE CAN SELL YOUH HOMEI --BY OWNER: 160 acres, ttear Devlll rwn, moMly wooded, mountainous, or. dtard. Ion cabin, year round atreara. BY OWNER 3'bedroom, 1V4 baths, cedar ranch house with over 1,400 sq. ft. in Butterfield School District. Low 20's. Phone 442 5087. 192 ACRES 51,000 broiler cpaacily -- homes -beautiful ponds -- lota of pasture -- peach o rchard. Can »*1I In 2 parcels « preferred. Lew than $130,000. Lincoln. 15 ACRES PIG. -- 4 BR. remodeled ranch ;ype home -- most excellent water supply -- beautiful view. $26,500, 4 ACRES Unimproved -- R m!3e« west of Fayettevllle -- beautiful home site* w i l h trees -- 6,500 total -- $2,500 down. 4 BEDROOM, 1 'i BATH Brick home (newer) -- fireplace -- ch ca -- carpeted draped -carport -- garden in 100x200 lot on paved road near Mncoln. Can ai- sume loan of approx. 120,000. 40 ACRES Approx. 3 acres cleared for home mostly small timber and most could be cleared- Just off food county road. South of Prairie Grove. ?12,750 -- maybe aome terms. THE OSBURN BROKERS HWY 62 WT9T Phone La Tgtt beautiful! y la nctocaped corner lot In Bulterfield School DW,, 3 BR, 2 ba.. FP, central H-A. 2 car garage, ¥39,500. For *n appt. to see. call Pauline MeXinney at K21-1300 or nites. 521-IM9. Baker- Freeman 1618 N. College 521-1300 SUBURBAN BRICK All electric with Insulpane 0la*s FULLY INSULATED to SWKPCO specs. Forma: dining and living- rooms, family room with FP and deck. 3 bdrm* 2'/ a baths, ONE AC31E near Hwy. IS Ea»t. on quiet country lane. By appointment. 4 BEDROOM TRI-LEVEL Over 2,200 feet ot Jiving apace. Formal living, dining, eating area n kitchen, LARGE REC ROOM and 2 car garage on lowel level, jedrooma on upper level. Drapes ncluded. «o you can MOVE RIGHT without extra' expense. HIGHWAY 45 EAST 4 bedroom. Z'/a b«th modern ranch near Root School. Large family room witn dining area, light modern kitchen 2 car port with lots of alroga. private back yard and WALK TO BUTTERFIELD patio. QUICK POSSESSION-. School and «ave the taxi driving * year young 3 bdrm and den, 2 bath old brick with living-dining combo, dinette In end at kitchen, fireplace in den. most rooms carpeted. Central h«at and air, too. 2 car port. On Urge level lot with roo mfor garden. JU9T 138,500 and ·h»f« In the old ball park. LOVING HOME NEEDS NEW FAMILY 2 Acres n(f 45 Rut, Butterfield School, brown cedar, native atone trim and fireplace. Over 1,800 pq, ft, Central a-c, carpeted;. 3 bedroom 2 bath*, huge (amilyroom, din in groom, kitchen with eating space. Stable for HORSES. Completely fenced. By Owner. Mid 40'«. 521-6997 5 BEDROOM hotise on 70'xlbT lot, ii mile oasl erf FarminfTton. Priced POT qulctc sale. $3.500. C*U 267-3796 between 5 «r.d » p.m. OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, MAY 12 -- 2 p.m.--6 p.m 1531 Stephens Dr. (N.W. of UofA) EXCITINSLY DIFFERENT Thi» nnear new three bedroom is o Beauty, Sturdy--Let: Upkeep -- Masonry Construction. Three Generous Bedrooms Spacious Living Room Cheerful Kitchen Patio -- Wirh Bar-B-Que If you plan to buy now or later be *ur* lo see this home FRONTIER REAL ESTATE 1015 N. College REALTOR 521-6700 REAL ESTATE Hwy 112 N,, FayeHevllle NEEDS LISTINGS and SALES PERSONNEL Phone 442-9100 HENRY SHREV6 COUNTRY LIVING GR 117. Six b e a u t i f u l acres -- cedar siding two-story home on hil with gorgeous view -- 3 B/Rs -2 baths -- large family room -utility Toom -- extra room for fourth bedroom -- CIT CA -all city utilities -- §32,000. After hours, Muriel Howard 521-2083. BALDWIN AREA CH 102 103. Two properties each on \? acre lot at 522.450 each or buy both t ogether. One has i B/Rsi bath, fireplace; garage and workshop space in basement, The other hag 2 B/Bj, tremendous wooc paneled kitchen, large living room Also has a separate 2,000 *q. ft building with refrigeration areas for storage, etc., that was rented for $100 month. After hours. Glen Mason. 521-3450. BEL AIR ADDITION MR 109. Redecorated 3 B/R -- ...,., baths -- CH CA -- carpeted -- garas* -- fenced yard -- brick siding -- S24.500. After hOUtt. Muriel Howard 521-2083, NORTHEAST MR 115 Large deck -- den w/firt- ptace -- 3 B/Rs -- 2 full bath* -formal L/R -- w/w carpeting -CH CA -- all the built-lns -large 2-car garage -- $4.200 equity assume loan of »29,40Q. After hours. Muriel Howard 521-2083. HOME OFFICE OR WORKSHOP GR 116. 4 B/R -- 2 bath* -- large family room -- 112'x230 completely fenced yard -- iartre four room workshop or offices with bath -also 8x12 storage building -- all in excellent condition only $27,500 SMALL FARM GF 1«. 18 acr«. small 2 B/R house -- drilled well -- pond and some hog fencing and sheds -- South ot Wedlngton, Weat of Farmlngton $19,500. After hours, Glen Mason 531-3450. BRICK HOME ON 1 ACRE MR 99. Quiet area, neighbors no too close -- nice 3 B/R brick home -- carpeted -- central heat -- win --- "7 _ workshop also. Only WHAT MORE CAN YOU ASK? Three bedroom brick only six year old in excellent condition, north !ast location has central air. cm torn drapes, fully carpeted. 2 baths W.B. fireplace in Inrjje family room, all electric, kitchen, with breakjart bar, large double garag vith lot« of storage. We are proua o show this home day or nighl Just Biv« us a call. IF VOU'RC BUVINO OR YOU WANT REALTY 1985 N. Colleo Julie Etfjes Jan Henson Wilma Coolick Lori* Stanton S21-KOO 442-72«! 521-S509 521-7087 M2-S7M OAK MANOR DRIVE is th* location of this new brick veneer, 3 bdrin home., 1800 sq. f t . , Conventional in design .Amen!tie:; include formal living room, family rm. w/fi re place, kitchen with a^ huiit-ine, central Heat and air corner lot wilh beautiful shade tree*. Price $39,90000. Contact B L. Lew Li. OVER 3600 SO, FT. of beautiful brick veneer home located on .7 acre lol -- CTM Drive. If you need lots of room -a b e a u t i f u l view anrt exclusive residential area -- THIS TS FOn YOU, Lislect Price $W,SOO.OO, Contact Jo Anne Stanhcrry. IINDSEY ASSOC. 701 N. College 521-T211 -We Practice th. Golden Rule" FYed Merton Jack Huge Gene Ha mm 839-26C6 751-7835 443-369 legal Notices-ITI Th« Ctonffry Oonrt of Washington CouBly, Ark^nui ' York Life In»urano« Company P l a i n t i f f vs. [arilyn J. Shipley, Defendant ' Warning Order CK 7.419 Th« Defenilant Marll7i J. shfpV warned In ,1 p|ear i:i t h i s Court ivithi thirty d a j j and answer Che cnmpl of the riMnUtf In I ho above «nl1 itncss my hand «nd sc-al ot Ib rt this 2t \ny of April. 1571. A l m a Kollmcyrr, Chancery C1- Seal By Kaye ChappelL T 4lc -27 May -HH8 J. W. Gabel Larry Do well Sparky Cunningham Gladyi Sonnetnan Farrel] Conner Jim Undsey Jo Anne Stanberry B. L, Lewi* BiU Pr«ec« BE ALTO J? 4426959 521-1215 521-3187 531-27.11 S31-5575 442-8*13 521-5700 521-4022 FOR QUICK SALE By Owner * year old, 3 bedroom fully carpeted except for 2 bedroom*. Cen- Iral heat, in Red Arrow Housing Division. Excellent Condition. Gx* under Real EaUte Axency next week. $17,500. 443-5161. KXCLU3tVE pesldwlUS nMMs!on helnz fi«r futar*. Oocnmrtmenu for rtirtct dearvd SuildUiji i!les being aoc«,H«t now. Enjoy all rily emvenlrr»« In thli ooun(r' hldenway. For further Jn- »U ",V Charges Are Filed Against Three BENTONVILLE, A r k . (AP -- CSiarges were filed Frida against three former Wichita Kan., resi lenls \vho wore a rested May ·! at a mobile horn park near Beaver Lake aHe attempting to shoot t h e i r wa out of a police ( r a p . The three were charged wit m u l t i p l e crimes, i n c l u d i n g f i r degree rape, according to Pro Ally. Gary Kcciwn of Ben onville. Charged were Joe W. Clar! 26; his brother, John E. Clark 22, and Mrs. Teresa War C l a r k . 18. Kcenan said th w o m a n said she was married I Joe C l a r k . They were charged with ki( naping. firt.i-dcgree rape, bu glary ami g r a n d larceny, ro! hery and a s s a u l t with intent I k i l l . K e e n a n said. All charge stemmed from the alleged ah duction March D of an 18-yca old Rogers resident, who a l l o t cdly was raped three limes an threatened with death, Keena said. ArVonxu TIMES, Sal., May II. 1974 nvrrrtviLLi. AUKANSA* ' 11 Weather Forecast Rain and showers are [ore- cast for parts of the G r e a t Lakes, Pacific Northwest, the Rockies and the Southeast Saturday with temperatures cooler in the West and warm- er in the East, photo Map) (AP Wire- A L ' I ' i ' I I I ' *t I 1% i i Abilities Unlimited Building Planned In Industrial Park The new proposed Abilities Jnlimited building will be reeled on a site in the Fayettc- iJIe Industrial Park. The site determination was made at a Friday noon meeting t the Downtown Motor Lodge ·hen directors were informed lat unofficial word had been eceived that a construction and quipment g r a n t ot $88,000 has »en approved by Mental ietardation Disability Development Service (MRDRS) The - site was selected by a ·pie of six lo five by the 11 irectors in attendance. The ote came a f t e r Joe Dunn with- Irew a proposal on property he Jwns in Johnson when a ques- ion of conflict of interest was aised. Dunn is the immediate ast chairman and a c u r r e n t member of the board of direc- ors. Tlie second site considered was 1.15 acres at ,the southwest orner of Eastgale Shopping Center owned by Ottis Watson t a purchase price of $10,000 r under a lease agreement. AT J U N E MEETING The b u i l d i n g committee was luthprized to investigate the tossibility of purchasing the Industrial Park site in lieu of a ental agreement. The com- nittee will present a recommendation and f i n a n c i a l fea- i b i l i t y at the June meeting. A unanimous vote was given o a proposed budget to be presented to the Fayetteville Jnited Fund. The projected budget; shows income at $122.488 md disbursements at $120 605 t was identified by Al Griffee, executive director, as a "con- creative budget". The agency is r e q u e s t i n g 5,000 from the United Fund, an increase of $500 over l a s t 'ear's request. Last year's bud;et was $107,B71, income and -105.000 disbursements FISCAL Y E A R T h e directors approved changing the fiscal year to Jtm- '!0-July 1 instead of the present 'iscal year which is based on -he c a l e n d a r year. Jerry Robertson of M R D D S who attended the meeting, saiti no official correspondence has been received, but it is expec- ed the grant monies will be disbursed shortly. Plans were discussed on conducting a f u n d raising c a m - paign to obtain t h e local matching f u n d s necessary to qualify for the loan. A goal of $25,000 is expected to be set ,o reflect the additional cost of land purchase if recommended by the committee. The meeting was conducted by Maurice Lamer/ vice chairman in the absence of D a n Yowell, c h a i r m a n . Beta Alpha Psi Elecis Officers Carl D. Cross of Newport, a senior at the University of Arkansas, has been elected president of the Alpha Iota Chapter of Beta Alpha Psi, national, accounting f r a t e r n i t y , for the 1974-70 school year. Other o f f i c e r s elected recently were Lee Moore of Risen, vice president for programs; John E- Lewis of Oden, vice president for membership; Peggy Toole of W a r r e n , treasurer- Debbie Crow of N o r t h Little Rock, corresponding secretary, and Barbara Watts of Branson, Mo., recording secretary. Dr. Donald H. Taylor, associate professor of accounting, has been named f a c u l t y vice president of the organization for the next academic year. Uniform Patties Roll h a m b u r g e r meat in l i t t l e balls, then lay each ball on an individual piece of waved paper w i t h a n o t h e r piece of waxed paper on top. E*Lace on a large board a few inches apart. Cover with another board and press down. T h i s m a k e s the patties all the same size and thickness, and insures evener cooking. Kidnap, Extortion Arrests Are Made JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP -^ Eight people have now bcei arrested an^ charged with ex .orting money from discoun stores either in A t l a n t a or ii Jacksonville by holding as hos iages relatives of the store' managers, the FBI says. Agents said three of the ar rests were made Friday ii. Texas, two were made earlier this week in Louisiana an three were made soon a f t e r thi A p r i l 29 i n c i d e n t in Jackson ville. Five of i h c , eight have bee: charged with violating th Hofobs A c t -- w h i c h prohibits in terfcretice with interstate com merce--in the March 9 A t l a n t r case and seven have been charged under the s a m e act ii the Jacksonville case, agenl said. Adult Center Programs Set Programs are announced for ic week of May 13-17 at the Community Adult Center, Hill- rest Towers. Mrs. Pearl Galloway, assist- nt professor of speech at the University of Arkansas, and her I n d e n t s w i l l present the pro,ram Monday. Wednesday the monthly pot- uck supper will he served at :30 p.m. "His Young Friends", i gospel singing group of young ingers. representing area chur- ·hes. will present a concert. Games are scheduled on Friday. Participants are asked o bring a white elephant to be used as prizes. Anyone 50 years of age or older is invited to participate n the programs at the Center. ^urther i n f o r m a t i o n may be ibtained by calling 443-3512. UN Warns Of Indian Ocean Buildup UNITED NATIONS. N.Y. (AP) -- The United States will s p a r k off a strategic naval arms race with the Soviet Unon in the Indian Ocean if it wefs up its base on the island, of Diego Garcia, a new United Nations report says. The report prepared for Secretary-General K u r t Waldheim ells of Pentagon plans to engthen the airfield runway on .he British-owned island to \ landle BS2 strategic bombers ! and to deepen the lagoon to accommodate a dozen ships. That, it says, would give th« United States "a major strategic naval base f r o m which it could deploy. . .strategic nuclear submarines m the Indian Ocean" w i t h i n ballistic missila range of the Soviet Union. If that happens, the report .ays, the Soviet Union will "almost certainly search for a similar base in the area and a new strategic naval arms rac« will have begun." Fermi Honored C H I C A G O (AP) -- Mrs. Enrico Fermi had known for soma time that she would be the honored guest at today's ceremony n which thy National Accelerator Laboralory is renamed a f t e r her husband. But because of wartime secrecy she did not know for 2V4 years that her husband was the leader in nuclear reseach that ushered in the atomic age. It was not until after the first atomic bomb had been devel- o[jcd at Los Alamos, N.M., she said, that she learned about hii secret research at the University of Chicago. Fermi, Nobel Prize winner in physics in 1938, died in 1954 at 53. The National Accelerator Laboratory in suburban Batavia will he n a m e d Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory. Ferguson Vickie Ferguson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Ferguson, has Iwen named 1974 High Honors graduate of Prairie Grove High School. J u n e Houston Madewell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David H o u s t o n w i l l g r a d u a t e wilh honors. Vickie p l a n s to pursue an. a c c o u n t i n g major Madewell at the University of Arkansas. She has been active i» the school's National II o n o r Society and Future Home' makers of America. June has been a member of National Honor Society, Future Homemakers, French Club and Future Teachers of America, Close Call Billy McKinnon, center. lnok« at Ihf shattered windshield ot b:» car after an airplane ap- parently undershot the runway at · Dallas, Texas air- port and clipped the ear wlih Hi landing (ear. Neither Me- Klnnon or the ptaM'a pfl* wert Injmrcd- (AP WircpM*).

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