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D * Sun - Jun » J - W4|47-tect E«tat.-for 47-R*dl Estoto-For Sale- lS ACItKS, 3 miks rroai Wc-it Fork, few - v«rds ott blacktop. yo^l paslur*. lovclv building sll«s anJ views. WooM con', fclder split Lin ff Inlo 2-3 wn,il!cr tracts B3-X75. BY OWNER 3 bwlroom, m balhs. carpeted, wntral ·Ir/liMl, den wHh woodbuminjf fireplace di*hwasher. doub eledric ovens, En^ cloifd back yard, convenient la Khools. FbOM *43-=581 or 531-1788.' HOUSE FOR SALE Owner Leaving F^yettevllle 3 Bedroom ranch style l!i baths 1 block from Woodland Jr. High, backyard patio and xarden plot, a friendly neghborhcxKl on a quiet ·treet, conveniently located f o r ·hopping. J22.75Q Shown by ownor -- Call 521-4779 LOVELY ALL BRICK HOME BV OWNER. Butlerileld, 4 bedrooms, walk-In crlosel, 2 baths, sha? mrpelinit. llvJnRroom, dining arm, jvmelttl family- room/f iruplac* , utility room, pnnlry, dish- washer/se1 f-clcanUis ovon, L-entral air, pen elrt double gamffc, ten reii-i n yard, lovely trees, uas grill, basketball courl. 8% low equity loan can be ·assume a, H2.000/ Phone 521-SIM. LOOKING For A Home? : Then Coll BARRETT-FINCHER To Place, Cancel or Correct Your Classified Ad for Tomorrow's Paper CALL BEFORE 4:00 P.M. TODAY 442-6242 Ask For Classfied 40 ACRKS. House, chicken iKnise, R acres, house, hnrns, 8 milci wesl o Sprinffdale. ^15-7715. EDGE OF TOWN . Four bedroom older home surrounded by Ma lure shad c t re PS Plenty of room for garden. See 47-Real Ertate Tor Sale-CLOSE TO UofA BA 117 is lots of living for $19,750. Assutiulilr low inCercit loin on his :j bedroom, l balh home in excellent condition! Central heat 1 window units, carpctln* and private lot too. Call. Shannon Mailln or an appointment at 521-1300 or BApRm ASSOCIATES y«S REALTORS 1618 N. College 521-1300 BY OWNER 3 bedroom, IVi baths, cedar ranch house with over 1,400 sq. ft. in Butterfietd School District. Low 20's. Phone 4425087. OPEN HOUSE 3905 Clark SPRINGDALE Peaceful Valley Addition 1:00 to 6:00 p.m. Sunday Builders: Dennison Construction Buy the «0 for 536,700. 3 pondj. spring, creek. 20 acres open grass Janri. MobtEc home hook-up. 1-3 down. As nearly a gift included are 2 broiler houses, one insulated, plus all aquipment. Can you beat the value? Newl in Realty Company S39-2522 or 839-2259 West Fork. Ark. LARGE COMMERCIALLY ZONED HOUSE Two Story -- Five Bedrooms Lot -- 55x165 229 North Block J22.500 53,000 Down Phone 442-8715 THAT DIFFERENT LOOK is here in this near new spacious three bedroom home, cheerful kitchen wi th bar, Dining room all BY OWNER; On B*tver L»bt. 3 8*4- room home mostly ptoelcil tnd cir- peled. Also garage njlh work cabinet ·nd puielcd. $12,500, 7jfr6106. HOTEL Rellremenl !nvwn« from lwr apartments ·nd twelve roocni In small town. 133,000 wilh low down payment to part)' capable ot impLoving property. Fhon» 5£L-J.7I$. Ugol Notice*-- WAKMNd ORDER CH-74-IK In the Chancery Court of Washington Cuunly. Arkansas Kattiryn J, Farley Plaint if I Vs, David V, Farley Defendant The Defendant DavJd V. Farley is warned lo appear in this Court within thirty days and answer the compl a i nt ot the Plaintiff ID the above tnlilfed Witness my hand and real or Ibis Court this 22 day ol May. 1971. Alma Kollmeyer, Chancery Clerk By Kaye Cbappell. D.C. fSeaJ) Tc 27, J, 10, 17 WARNING ORDER Cn 71-393 In the Chancery Court of Washington County. Arkansas lichard Bowman Plalnlif Vi. KVR Dcnlsa Bowmn n Defendant The Defendant, Eva Dcnlse Bowman, 5 warned to appear In this court wilhit of the PlalnUf f in the a bove entitled Winters my hand; and seal of Lh!s Court this 22 day »t May, 1971. ALraa Kollmeyer Cbanccrv Clerk (Soal 4Tc 27, 3. 10. 17 WARNING ORDER Ch 71425 In Ihe Chancery Court of Washington County, Arkansas George A, Brooke Plaiulif] Myri* Freeman Brook Defendant The Defendant, Myri* Freeman Brooke s warned to appear in Ibis Court within thirty davs and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff ID the above entitled cnusc. Witness my hand and seal of this Court this 21 day ol May, 1ffl4, Aimit Xullmeyer. Chancery Clerk By Ruth Shlpman, D.C. (Seal) ·ITc 27. 3. 10, 17 NOTtCK OF A PUBLIC HEARING BOARD OF -ADJUSTMENT HEAEUNGS UNDKR THK CODB OF ORDINANCES OF KAYETTEV1LLK, ARKANSAS Nolicu is lie ruby given thai punsuanl to the provisions erf the Code ot Ordinances of the Cily at FaycttevtHe. Arka rvsas, the (olfowiRg a pplications have been set lor hearing before the Board of Adjustment In the Directors Room, City- Administration Riildinp, Favelleville, Arkansas. Monday, June 10, 1974 at 3:M P.M. 1 DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketcham f Northwert Arkantai TIMES, Men., Jim* 3, 1974 · 13 PAYKTTIVILLC, A*KAM*A* Broadway's Doldrums Deepen Ominously NEW YORK (AP) -- Broadway's doldrums deepened ominously during the 1973-1974 season now ending. Although box-office gross was million to $46 mil- the previous June- May semester, there were signs up about lion from galore lhat the Fabulous Invalid ir. in for a long illness. R e v i v a l s a n d rehashes loomed big, along with shows snared from off-Broadway and regional groups f o r m e r l y snubbed as mere satellites of Communist Rockets Hit Bien Hoa Air Base, Prison Camp Stockbroker Admits Illness' About Autograph Collecting thU one quick. Evenings call 52L- 583.1. GROWING FAMILY? This -I bedroom should solve the problem. Located In Leverett ·:! School district, close to U. Many stove t A, Custom Features, built-in nd oven. Dishwasher, Central Air Two-car garage Privacy fence. Evenings call 442-«640. HWY 16 WEST Beautiful Brick home nearmg completion on generous lot with shade trees. See thCs now arid select your carpet and T*aint Colors, A Great Country Estate at a Rea- ·orvabie price. ·peied. Double carport. Patio with gas Bar-B-Que, nice level lot. North of U .or A. Evenings call 412-6446. A GOING BUSINESS! General auto repair, gas pumps, large metal building with variety of equipment on an acre at Ground. Close to proposed new housing development. Great oppor. (unity, evenings call 521-5833. FOUR BEDROOM- SOUTHWEST Close to shopping «nier and campus. Well built FYame home on big level lot. Price only $16,750.00, excellent terms, Evenings call 44J- FRONTIER 1 OT 5 N. College Q REALTOR REAL ESTATE 521-6700 WOMAN'S WORLD 670 Wear this smart, f e m i n i n e sc with pants, skirts, shorts. INSTANT CROCHET! Usi double strand of 8-corri cotton crochet flower trrm, too. Grea for vacation. Pattern 670: hal ter sizes 8-18 incl. Hat adjust: to all. 75 CENTS each pattern -- add · 25 cents each pattern for first ' class mail and special h a n d l i n g Send lo Laura Wheeler Nor ' thwcsl Arkansas Times, 45 . Needlecraft Dept., Box 161. Ol Chelsea Station, New York. N Y. 10011. Print Pattern N u m her, Name, Address. Zip. NEW 1974 Needlecraft Catalog cover the creative scene -- knil crochcl, fashions, embroidery quilts, more! ..75 cenls NEW! Sew plus Knit Book ha basic tissue pattern . $1.25 NEW! Flower Crochet Sl.OO Hairpin Crochet Book SI-DO Instant Crochet Book ..$1.00 Instant Money Book .. $1.00 Instant Macrame Book ..S.I.00 Complete Gift Book ..$1.00 Complete Afghans No. 14 ..?I.OC 12 Prize cenls A f g h a n s No. 12 ..50 Book of 16 Quilts No. 1. 50 cent Museum Quilt Book No. 2 « cents IS Quilts for Today No. 3 cents Book of 11 Jiffy Rugs . .SO cent. A Convenient Sewing and hopping Guide for Today's Gal on tha Go. PRINTED PATTERN EASY SEW -- see diagram! P r i n t e d Pattern 4709: Women's Sizes are 34 (38-inch bust with 40-inch h i p ) ; 36 (40 bust, 42 hip): 38 (42 b u s t , 44 hip): 40 (44 bust, 46 hip); 42 (4(i bust, ,48 hip) 44 (48 Bust, 50 hip)'; 46 (50 bust, 52 hip); 48 (52 bust, 54 hip). Send $1.00 for each pattern. Add 25 cents for each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Anne Adams Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York. N.Y. 10011. P r i n t NAME. ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE AND STYLE NUMBER. Double bonus! Choose one pattern free in New SPRING SUMMER Pat tern Catalog. Get one free pal- tern printed inside, 100 beautiful fashions, all sizes. Send 75 cenls now. NEW! Sew plus K n i t Book- has basic tissue pattern Jl 25 Instant Sewing Book $1.25 Instant Fashion Book $1.00 Tttoama* el tooMoukcn T**e tta Mton d»UT win « -- --· Court Ihis 21 day ol May, 1374, Aimit Xullmeyer. Chancery Clerk By Ruth Shlpman, D.C. (Seal) ·ITc 27. 3. 10, 17 NOTtCK OF A PUBLIC H E A R I N G BOARD OF -ADJUSTMENT HEAEUNGS UNDKR THK CODB OF ORDINANCES OF KAYETTEV1LLK, ARKANSAS Not L'u is hereby Riven lhat pursuant to the provisions erf the Code ot Ordinances of the Cily at FaycttevtHe. Arka rvsas, the (olfowirrg a pplications have been set lor hearing before the Board of Adjustment In the Directors Room, City- Administration Riildinp, Favelleville, Arkansas. Monday, June 10, 1974 at 3:M P.M. Appeal No. 74-14 Norttiwest Nation*! Rank, 1n nrgnnfzatlon -- 3500 North College Avenue A part ot Ihe NEW, SE, t* Section 26, T-17-N, R-JQ-W, more purticularly dufcribcil as tallows r Beginning at a point which Is 512.23 feel South of thu Northwest corner ol said 40 acre tract fcnd runni nj( thenc« Kortti SI desreci Knst 50 feet for a point ol beginning, (hence Norlb M desre«a Easl 3Zj T«ct. Ihctict! Soulh. running parallel to the nrnposcrt right of way ot Highway 71 226.86 Coot to Ihe ccn ler of Ccmclery Road also tnoftn ns Millsap Haarl): thent-a Soutb 81 degrees West with the ccnlcr line of said Cemetery Roatl, 325 lee t lo the proposal! East rifih L-of-way ol Highway 71. thence North alone said proposed right-of-way 226.96 teet to Uie point ot beginning, less and except 20 feel olt ol the South line tor road purposes. SuJeorl to a ritfrt-oC-'way M fee* i n. w idlh for s( roet purposes runni IIR North and South and abutllnR the West line ot ihc herein described real cslalc. -- Application to vary setbacks. -- Appeal Nt». 71-15 -- Ruby Fern Stone -- 317 HoHsUm Avenue -- Lot numbered Iwo (21 except filly-three (53) Ted of equal and uniform wirtlh olt of Ihe North side thereof and Lot Numbered three 3) e\cepl forty-seven (47) feel of equHl and uniform width off Ihe Soulh side Ihrreof all being In Block Numbered .Seven (7) In the Counly Courl Addition Q Ihe Cib" of FayrttevUle as designated upon Ihe recorded plat ot said addition. -- Application lo vary setbacks. -Appeal No, 71-16 -- PcnnmRlon Construe- on Company, rtpresrntativo for Mr, Earl Hut) -- 410 North Collcga Avenue 'art Of Blork 6. in ATnsonfc Addition lo Ihe City ot FavcltevPle more particu- larlv described as follow s. lo-vvit. Beginning at a point wntcn is 103 feel South ut the Norlhwesl corner ol Section 15, T-16-N. R-30 -W, and running ihcncc Easl 175 feel; Ihcnce South 18 5-10 feel; Ilicnce Knst 75 feet; thcntc South 72 5-1U feet: lhcnc« West 25 feel; Ihcnce 4orth. 6 5-1 E ten I; Ihcnce West 225 tcct; thcrvc« North i 5-10 feet; to Ihe point of bcKinniTu;. less anrl except so much off Ihc wast end as is embraced in College Avenue. -- Application lo vary All interested: pniilrs may appear and jc hanrd at snirt time and place. The applications and olher perlfncnl tluta arc open and available tor inspection In the Office of City Planning Cily Adramislra lion Building. FayettevlUe, Arkansas. AH interested parties are Invited lo review these applications in snlrt Office and fiircuis the delalli with the Planning Administrator. Bobbie Jonei Planning Administrate: ITc 3 NOTtVB OF A PUBLIC HEARING BCXVKD OF ADJUSTMBNT HEARIKGfl UNDKR THK CODE OF ORDIN.VNCES OF F' \YETTBVJIJJJ. ARKANSAS. Notice is hcrcbv pivnn Hint pursuant to Ihe provisions of Ihc Code of Ordinances of Ihe City of Fayelteiiltc, Ark a nsas. the following application* have been set for hearins before llw Board ot Adjust mcnt in tiie Directors Room, C ty Adminislrntion Bulldiup. FftyeUe- villc, Arkansas, Monday, Jur» 15, J371, at 3:30 p.m. Appeal No. 71-17 Industrial FJTV the North slcfe of Center Street a id on Ihfi West side of East Avenue -Lots 5,6,7 and 8 Block 16, Ordinal Town (no*- CUy) o( Fayell*v1H* be Inn. approx- imaU-lv 120 ft. on Center Sirecl nnd lf.3 fi. on Kast Avenue - Applicxton to va ry »etbfl ch s and parki n K requi re- nienls, All inlcrcslctl parties may Bppflar and be heard at said timf and place. The applications nnd other pertinent rialn are open *nd Available tor Inspection In Ihc Oflice of Cily Planning Cily Artminis- 1 ml ion Building. FayoHcvtlle. Arkansas AH inlerrsted ;«rlies arc Invlicrf tn rt- vtcw thc^c ap.licaunns in said Ollicc and «icns« the dctiiti w** th« Plannlna Admlnistralor Bobbie Jones Planning Administrator ITrtl Kissinger Letter Defines Unwritten ' Commitments BEIRUT. Lebanon (AP) -Secretary of State Henry A Kissinger has sent .secret rncs sages lo Syria and Israel spell , ing out [heir unwritlcn com mitments to each other under s t h c Golan Heights dis engagement agreement he | negotiated, s I.ebanes« publics lion reported today. ; The Arab World, a usually . well-informed digest of Arafi I news and opinion, said the com . mitmenls covered such issues - as Palestinian guerrillas, th« . status ot the buffer zone am 5 satellite reconnaissance. I gave no source for its informa . lion. 5 The report said Syrian Pres i dent Hafez Assad refused tc j discuss the Palestinian guer - rillas with Kissinger hut as surer! him his governmen would abide by the cease-fire agreement, and "this was inter . proted as an assurance tha 1 there will be no guerrilla activi By JOY STILLEY NEW YORK (AP) -- John Tacni admits that he has been 'sick" for nearly 60 years -- lis "sickness" is collecting autographs. At age 73 he works a full day as a stockbroker, then works our or five hours every night n his vast collection. And he tas no intention of giving up either job. "As long as I have my eyes open and can write, 1 will continue," he says of the labor involved in updating and adding o the more than 70,000 items hat already overflow the floor- .o-ceiling cabinets" lining his spacious living room in an upper East Side Manhattan apartment. Included in his extensive array of scrapbooks, meticulously catalogued, are signatures of every U.S. president and most of the first ladies, all of the vice presidents and all but a 'ew Cabinet members since 1789 and most U.S. senators and representatives, as well as Supreme Court justices, from .hat dale on. "I have all the Nazis from Hitler to Hess, all the Hap- Rhurgs, Napoleon. Josephine and Marie Louise, Louis XIV. Marie Antoinette," he says of his collection dating back to 14th-century signatures on parchment. "Former and present heads of states in every part of the world," he enumerates, "religious leaders. Popes. Kings, all the high U.N. officials, 1,600 British generals. 5,560 American generals, 2,590 U.S. admirals, all the astronauts. LOVES ISRAEt "From the beginning of Israel I have everyone; there is no country not represented," adds the Austrian-born Taeni, who holds a doctorate in economics from the University o! Vienna and has a phenomena knowledge of U.S. and world NEW YORK STOCKS | FnrnbM* by i A. e. EdwinM « «w | Ark Best Corp 8 Amer Tel Tel 45^ Ark La Gas 20 Baldwin . ............ 9% Campbell Soup 30% Central S W . . . 14'/» Chrysler 16 ] /z Del Monte - 19% Dllladrs 14'/« Easco 914 A G Edwards 414 Exxon .- 73'/4 Kord . . 51^R Gen Growth 1314 Gen Mtrs 50% Gordon Jewelry 81s Intl Harv 25Vs I-T-E Imperial 13H Ling Temco 9'/a Marcor 2Vi Pan Am World Air 31s Phillips Petro 49!» F'izza Corp ID 7 !! Pizza Hut 20'/2 Ralston 43% Safeway M}' Sears .- 83% Scott Paper 15 1 / Shakfsspeare 5 1 ,? Sou Pac .1 Texaco ··· 2 Tri State Mtrs 8 J Union Carbide 4( United Air 26] Victor 7V Wai Mart 1 Ark West Gas 13Vi-13? Citation '/»-!', Kearney Natl 5%Minute Man U4-H Pioneer Foods 4y«-5', H K Porter 30W-31 1 , Std Regis H-y.-lSI Tyson Foods ........ I0'5»-ll', Yellow Fit 46%-47% Averages Inds up 4.3 Trans up 1.2 Utils up .4 Volume 2.170.000 Commodity Openings Nov soybeans 5.3 Sept eggs 47 50 July pork bellies 35.7 July, wheat -- 3.47 ', ty from the Syrian side of the truce line with Syria's advanc knowledge." The Arab World said Israe agreed that the buffer zone be tween the two opposing armie though under United Nation military control, will reve completely to Syrian aove eignty. story. "And I have all ortant Watergate people The card or documen g the signature is mou scrapbook along with ; ng or photograph and p ala concerning the hi gure. "Every single night I \ ling cards, adding new n each person's career, r promoted, demoted, i igns, if he dies. And elters. asking for sign very time a new inde ation is formed, ever lere's a revolution it more work," he says. "\ en I say 'it's the last nd then a new cabinet nd here are 20 letters t -- all by hand." · His guidelines dictate itions must be persons cneral area of history s ics. Though few scient matter how famous, are d, Einstein has a pla a use the atomic hot uenced the history T orld, I have to stop where or I'd have 300,00 ures and we'd have . t ut." It all started in 191 aeni was a 16-year-old n a Viennese gymnasi ligh school. MADE BET "I made a bet for a f ies that I would get \ enburg's signature. I etter asking for it and : to me on a card. Aft hat autograph J got sick my sickness is collectini was young I spent money going lo every n Europe and buying ould," related Taeti ame to this country in In general, the pe whom he now writes pensive because he is tnown, but sometimes o write more than Chrushchev failed to rfnd he was forced to Soviet leader's autogra an employe of the Russ bassy in Bonn. "I had Eisenhower's ure with the genera when he became Pres ried several times to other for the President Anally my wife wr Mamie and asked her 'ene on my behalf and One man who never rep vhose signature I wou ove to get hold of is lave dealers in Europe for an authentic one." Though Taeni has i studi' of graphology he no attempt to analyze H writing of the signature range from spindly A mish-stroked Japanese ers. Tacni and his wife, also a stockbroker and in her husband's f i r m , children, hut 'he consi collection his "child." "For me it was the n norlant thing in the years. I wouldn't sell i million: I wouldn't sc anything." he says .cally. "It couldn't he or any amount of mon( Tacni claims he so fa made any decision on \ eventually become of h Lion. "I plan tn live to 1C says. Archeological ( Plans Sunday F An audience parl program is planned at day meeting of the N' Archeological Society. Members and gue invited to bring iten collections to display plain. The group will conv p.m. and the progr begin at 2 p.m. The is open lo the general r Fir*. Damages SPRINGDALF, -extinguished a small trash bins Sunday at tl west Acres Apartm Christian Avenue an Drive. Cause of the unknown but Fire Chic Jackson said it may h started by a careles carded burning match, wait put out without monetary damage. historical SAIGON, ' Soulh Vietnam (AP)--Communist gunners attacked the Bien Hoa air base today for the first lime in seven months, killing 42 Vietnamese and wounding 82, police officials reported. Many of the casualties were caught by a direct hit on a prison camp. Thirty rockets struck the sprawling air base and five surrounding villages 15 miles northeast of Saigon before dawn, the police said. One of the I22mm rockets tore through the roof of a building inside the Tan Hiep.Correc- tional Center, riddling hiore than 100 sleeping prisoners with shrapnel. Associated Press photographer Dan Van Phuoc ported. Police said 29 prisoners were killed. 64 were wounded. Many of them were women prisoners; some of their children were among the casualties. T h e rockets damaged the runway at Bien Hoa, the biggest t a c t i c a l air base in South V i e t n a m , and several napalm bombs were detonated But no aircraft were damaged ;he South Vietnamese military command said. I n C a m . b o d i a . military sources said insurgent gunners and infantry attacked the iso- ated Kompong Seila garrison, 90 miles southwest of Phnom Penh on Highway 4, for the I write latures; pendent ·y time means in the ind pel place "be- tnb in- of the 1916 when fourth straight day. American military spokes men in Thailand said nine B52 jombers were withdrawn from the country over the weekend as part of the continuing reduc- ,ion of U.S. forces in Thailand, flown About to 32 strategic the United States, of the long-range bombers still are based in Thailand. Informed diplomats in Vieiv tiane, the Laotian capital, re ported that the last of 216 American army and air force personnel stationed in Laos 16 months ago left there today ii compliance with the Laotian peace agreements. But m i l i t a r j sources in Vientiane said there was no evidence t h a t Norll Vietnam has withdrawn any o t h e estimated 25.000-30,00 troops it has along it supply lines through southeast Laos t South Vietnam. Saving The Old Post Office Area Architects Group Favors all my auction what I i, who 1938. ople to aro re- widely he has i once, answer buy the signals and ident I get an- group. ild most Stalin. I ; looking made a Arabic lo char who parti have ders his nost im- last 50 t for $10 II it for emphat- The Northwest Arkansas Architects Council has come out n support of saving the old Post Office Building on the Square. The architects support the development of a pedestrian mall and plaza, plus the building, David Powers, chairman for the council, said. "We support, in principle, the development into a pedestrian mall of a large portion of the Fayetteville Square which is now devoted lo vehicular t r a f - fic." said the prepared statement supported unanimously by the members. The architects believe lhat failure to include the Old Post Office in the plan, and adapt it to use, is a serious judgmental error which will destroy the mature trees around the Square and demolish a building of great "material value which potentially will bring far greater revenue-producing t r a f f i c to the squarp than will the open plaza, without the building." PLAN MAY DAMAGE The archilects feel the Urban Renewal Plan for the Square, which calls for demolition of the building, will, in time, damage rather than enhance the economic vitality of the Square. They favor the use of the wilding- as a city hall, bul cave the door open to other jossible adaptive uses. The council's formal statement reads: "We believe the leading valid se for the old post office is to convert it into a city administration building. II soundly constructed, complete!} suitable for adaplation of all requirements of the city administration. "ft can provide approxi mately twice Ihe usable space now occupied in the present citj hall. We feel this new space can be provided at a cost the citizenry can afford provided the b u i l d i n g can be made avail" " : lo Ihe cily at an acceptable i r E c e instead of being demolished." Aware that the present Urb; Renewal plan has been re 'eatedly approved by the cit; f Fayelteville and its resi ents. the architects advocat reassessment of the plans b II concerned parties in orde to find a way to recycle rathe lan to destroy one of Fayette ille's major urban assets." The architects have been i he vanguard of the r e c e n letilion d r i v e a s k i n g 111 ;overnmental agencies involve o take a second look at th demolition plans. The petitions, which alread lave 3,000 signatures, will abulated at the old Post O f f i c Building at 7 p.m. Tuesday i .ime for a delegation to presen :hem at the Fayetteville Boar of Director's meeting t h a night. participation from meeting blaze nc Norl icnts at Union Proposed Scrubbers Would Raise Rales LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Testimony filed with the slate Pub lie Service Commission in dicated that Arkansas Power Light Co. customers will pay $52 to $103 a year more if the u t i l i t y has to install suphur dioxide scrubbers on its pro posed power plant. O.V. Holman, APL's direc lor of rates and research, made the remarks about the utility' coat-fired power station near Rcdfield. The testimony was filed for a public hearing scheduled to start June 17 on APL's appli cation for a certificate of public need and environmental com patibility to operate the pro posed plant. Scrubbing is t h e technique o pulling gas burning coal rial that absorbs the sulphur dioxide and keeps much of 1 from being blown out the smokestack. The m a t e r i a l usu ally is lime or limestone slurry Current estimates are that i would cost the u t i l i t y about $28.. million to i n s t a l l scrubbers on the four-unit White B l u f f power plant. lire dis- emissions from through a mate Auto Vondoliicd SPRING DALE - A cai parked at Ken's Pizza wa found vandalized early Sunday morning. The four windows 01 the vehicle owned by Diana K Gosvener of Fayelteville were broken, police said. The car' antenna was broken and muc was splattered on tha windows. Bumpers Sees Cynicism At All Levels SPOKANE. Wash. (AP) -- lov. Dale Bumpers said Satu day cynicism was rampan throughout all levels of Amer can society. Bumpers, who defeated in :umbent J. W. Fulbright in th Democratic senatorial primar ast week, said America face collapse of two institutions -- ts governmental forms and i economy -- unless Congres acts to restore integrity in pol .ics and returns to a balance budget. "When I campaigned 1970," Bumpers said. "I foun cynicism m a i n l y on the colle^ campuses. Now. it's ever; where -- in middle-clas homes, in business, amon middle-aged people. Its ef(e can be extremely damaging t our government institutions." Bumpers also said public f nancing of federal elections an absolute necessity to rid pp tics of pressure from specia interests. lie noted t h a t he had put self-imposed limit of $1,000 ( all contributions to his sen torial campaign, and he said h found that less t h a n t h r e e pi cent of all contributions lo hi came from out-of-state source "It's not that anyone is bu in" votes." he said, "but thi heavy contributions from on side give the appearance thi something is wrong." GREATEST DANGER He called inflation t h greatest danger cians. Unless it facing Ame ' halted. said, the free enterprise sysle may be doomed. "Sen. Fulbright talked in h c a m p a i g n about tax cuts Bumpers said, "but that's ridi ulous. The tax cut doesn't he anyone because we increase t national deficit to f i n a n c i n government, and t h a t caus inflation, ft costs the taxpayi more in inflation than he gaii in tax cuts." Bumpers said obtaining balanced national budget "America's first goal. 1 ' Of his defeat of Fulbright, th Senate Foreign Relations Con mittee chairman, Bumpers sa F u l b r i g h t ' s 30-year political c rcer may have been a factor. "Any t i m e you are around years, [here are bound lo bui up some negative things.' said. Bumpers was in Spokane t the Arkansas Festival Day Expo '74. He is attending the Nation G o v'e r n o r s Conference Seattle this week. c Main Stem. Just 19 of 5J hibits could be termed native iginals, and only two prom- ed backer payoff. The a n n u a l spate of prizes so reflected Broadway's piti- 1 regression as the place here all worthwhile stagecraft gins. The Tony Award for best ay on the once Great While ay went to "The River Nir," which actually arrived st season from off-Broad- ay's Negro Ensemble Corn- any. Best musical was "Rain," derived from Lorraine ansberry's "A Raisin in the un" and first done by Wash- gton'.s Arena Stage. R u b b i n g e salt a little deeper, indivitl- il acting honors went to Mi- lael Moriarly and Ed Flaners. who honed their talents ostly in regional playhouses. BEST PLAYS The New York Drama Critics rcle. repeating its p a t t e r n ot 'veral years, reached off- roadway for a best play. "The ontractor" by England's Dad Storey; gave an American rama award to Miguel Pine"Short Eyes" which began the Riverside Church The- ,er, and named as best musi- al "Candide," a revised ver- nn by Brooklyn's Chelsea Ccn- r of a show done first in I95G. That wasn't the only ex- urncd show to get a prize. The ony for best score went to Gigi," which began as a mov- c in 1358. For the f i f t h time in 10 years icrc was no Pulit/er award in rama. Four during that period ave been for plays that did not riginate on Broadway. Absent from Broadway's pro- ucing ranks for the first lime n 20 years was David Merrick. hose lone prospect, "One \ T ight Stand." was one of three iiisical bombs lhat folded on ic road. NEW IMPRESSARIO Joseph Papp, regarded wide- y as the new impresario hone. iad some trouble, too. t u r n i n g ip artistic sparklers. His best lid as new chief of Lincoln Center's harassed Beaumont 'heater was "Short Eyes." Anther of his exhibits there. What the Wincsellers Buy," aine in via off-Broadway's Federal Theater and the lark Taper Forum in Los An- cles. The busiest Broadway com- icrcial showman was Atexan- er II. Cohen, importing the hit evue "Good Evening" from .ondon, reviving "Ulysses in ^ighltown" to box-office dis- sler, and cashing in on the personal appearance vogue ith Sammy Cahn, a Tin Pan Alley veteran, in "Words and Music." Theater owners tried lo keep customers coming between le;it productions with stop-gap bookings of such other lumi- larics as I,i7a Minnelli, Bette Midler, Josephine Baker, Sammy Davis and rock's Molt the loople. ''' Most were profitable, but here was less reward from rc- ivals of such past hits as "The )esert Song." "The Iceman Cometh." A Streetcar Named Desire" and "The Pajama ame." On the other hand, the SRO ills of the season were the i r i l l i a n t reprise of Eugena O'Neill's "A Moon for the Mis- irought over from Brooklyn. The only olher production doing too business was the musical 'Pippin." Some of Show Street's troubles were undoubtedly money- lased. Spiraling costs tend to send angels scurrying after already - tested products rather ban risking unfledged talents. These in turn f i n d opporlunily regional Ihcalcrs. television or films. Certainly, the theater en- husiasl can no longer visit a cw central blocks of Manhat- t a n turf to find all the best cn- c r t a i n m c n t and artistry. Of course, there's always next sea- ion. FOOD FOR THOUGHT My husband it » candidate for Sheriff of Washington County. We have been married 24 yeart. I know h« ha* the experience, the ability, and the desire to run this important office the way you want it to be run. I recommend that you VOTE FOR DICK HOYT Pd. To'., Ad by "Suite Won«" Vlol« Hojt

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