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47-teol bXrte-Fef Sole- Legal A-M* -- Suburbia !lvu« at Urn bMt -- privacy -- n«w -- four b*4ro*m 1M b.lh ill the txltti , plu« 10 acre*. -- Sn»U town living. Not * bedroom. 1ft buth. lot* of «x- -- tt *crw -- Prtet S14.MO. --jajfiBaaSKAr *l tt» qotrtm M tt» Utl« to lt» u Lttln Co«. pttlUowr hmln. All pmn cKlmjnt uld Iwfe, V *y Intcmt Uttrtln. u* btrabr «rMd ipvnr lit UH Wuuwo. Ckunry oi« wlihii ili wMk tram U» «·!· Ib. Tim puMleiUm « Ul. node, ind «*»w on. why IN. tfmild M mflrroM la Lnr Co«. . ltBM my bud u riuk of a* Wuh- iWton CTCatr Chuotr COM «nd U» 11 tbmoC on U» HIS «ur ol Much. Aim. Koihmr CHMtCKKT CLERK ( 4tt H, B, X, 4 In Tl» CHANCERY Court el D County, Arkuu* MclLROY BANK, Plaintiff Vs. M.ilne Smith · tcioy WiUi. 'BUI KMton Pitt Carmichsel Mildred Gr«u« Bill C. Ormue IfEW home, Uirw twdnxms. tone and ftune, rtone fiKplftct, fully carried. fans*, dl*nal, dishwasher, etc.. m ^btHM. 3 car larage. tt down to veteran*, IBM down FKA. selling below evaluation. ·'·If builder. Phone 839.3m. BY OWNER .£-3 bedroom, brlek. with centra b*at, 22x2* separate workshop- farave. 1 *cr« corner lob with 'i In fenced pasture. In Fay ft t* vine city limit*, good neighbor*. S24000 Phone 443-5S35. CH H. MCLAUGHLIN ud TREK A 'LAi;C,HI,IN, hiuand and wife; KANS NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST O.; FIRST STATE BANK OF SPRING ALE, ARKANSAS; FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK OF PRAIRIE GROVE. ARKANSAS; STATE BANK OF OEL, MISSOURI; FIRST NATIONAL ANX OF SPR1NGDALE. ARKANSAS; rtd NATIONAL BANK OF BALURAW, KLAKOMA, Defendants Tbc Defendants Kanas National Bank rtd Trust Company, National Bank ot alUMW. Oklahoma, ind State Bank of loet Missouri are warned to appear i this Court within thirty days and nawer the complaint of the Plaintiff n the above entitled cause. Witness my hand and aeal of this Court this 28 day of May, 107V Alma Kollmtyer, Chancery Clerk By Kathleen Harness, D.C. l) tc 31, 7, H, Zl 3 NEW HOMES IN STRAWBERRY HILLS . Ctt* of FayetteYilk'i finest sub-divlsiona The** homti have all the extra i. For - more Information, call Garland Smith . OonatnicUon Co. Prtooe 2ST-W93 afte 1:00, eenLj*rx or see homej 8:00 to 5:00 during, the .(toy. 4 ACRES. House, chicken bouse, 83 acres, booae, hajru, a mllfa west ol le. 348-7398. HOUSE ACREAGE NEAR BUTTERNEID Larffe older 4 bedroom wltii centra, fceat, fireplace, many trees in yard -- ttontf with oD*!L«r house, pole barn wim approx. T acres. «S,500. With apprwe 15 acres «O.QOD. On Old Wire M. Houses will rent for J200 R month. Phone 441*713 after 5:B. HOME LAND BY OWNER Secluded home and 6 acres in Mountain Woodland 3 mile* from University, near Hwy, 62 We*t Open contemporary desi£n by ar ehftect, western cedar construe . tion, 4 bedroom*, 2 baths, scree ' porch, Atone flrnlac?, quarte basement, kennels, includes drapes couch, table, dishwasher rtfrig ·rator, stove, many bulltliu, nous and 6 acres. (59,000. Can 443-21:28 after «:00. ,, Legal Notices-- In ui« chancery court ot Washington county, arkansas ' Laura cor, LAURA COX, PETTTIOXER VS. No. Ch 74-189 EX PARTK RESPONDENT NOTICE Notice Is hereby (riven that there fceen filed In my offktt as clerk of tin. -Washington County, Arkansas, Chancery Court, a petition for the conflrmaUo of the UU« to: . ( The Southeast Quarter of ttie Northwe Quarter; the Northeast Quarter ot tl Southwest Quarter; and part of the Sout west Quarter of the Northeast Quarti described as. follows: BeginnfriB at t Northwest corner ol said 20 acre trac aod running Uience East 400 feet, thei Smith 210 feet, thence West 400 fee thence North 210 feet to Ihe point berinnhijT, containing I.PA Acres, mor ·r leu; all in Section 20 f In To APPLICATION KOR PERMIT TO SELL WINE P» RESTAURANT AND CAPC hu filed with the neparlnjenl ol Akokolk Beverate Control of Ihe Stale ol ArtftBsas 'or a permit lo 4*11 and aerw wine with food on the Rout* I. Johiuon Road, Kayetlevllk. WashlnfUm Couaty The wadanlgacd slates that he [s · ctltsen eC Arkansas, of rood moral character, that be has never been convicted ol a leioay or other crime Involving moral turpitude; that no license to Mil IntoxkaUni beverages by II* under- sisned baa been ravoked within five yean last past: and that the undersigned haa new b**n convicted ol violatln* the laws ol this Slate, or any other State. relative to the sale 01 alcoholic liquors. Applkatlon is for permit tn be issued for operation becknnlna: on the alh day ol July. 1914 and lo expire on the 30th day of June, 'IMS. : J. F. Modelling, Applicant Subscribed and sworn to before me Ihil 3rd day ol tine., 1971. Jan Jared. Notary Pubic (Seal) My Commission Esplres: April I, «n ZTc J. U NOTICE JN THE PROBATE COURT OF rASHINGTON OOITNTY. ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE F DE SHEPPARD. deceased No. P-71 W known address of decedent: COI East Outer. Fivetievilte, Arkansas 77T01 Dale of Death: May a. 1974 An instrument dated May 15. 1943 as on the 5lh day o[ June, 1974. admitted lo probate as the last will of he above named decedent, and the undersljtned has been appointed executrix tereunder. A contesl ol the probate of the will can he effected only by fU1nn pelilion wllhin th* lime provided by All persons having claims attains! the estate must VrtilbR them, duly verified, o the undersigned within six months from the date ol the first publication rf this notice, or they shall be Inrever wrred and precluded From any benellt n the estate. This notice first published - 1 day of June, 1974. Baaulth Cook Executrix «tl Fletcher Fayetleville, Ark^nsis TZiOl ZTc 7. 14 NOTICE TO PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS The City of FayettevUle, Arkansas will accept sealed bids uolll 10:00 a.m. on June U. 19T4 for the fumlshinz of five thousand'and forty feet (5040') of one Inch U" copper pipe. Bid lorms »nd speciflcationa may b« obtained from the City Manager 1 * Office In the City Ad ministration Building on West Mountain Street. The City reserves.the right lo accept or reject any or all kids, lo waive formalities In the bidding, and to make a bid award deemed lo be in Ihe best Interest of th* City. David McWethy Administrative Assistant 1 Tc 7 NOTICE OP FH.rNI OF APPLICATION FOR A RETAIL BfiE RPERM3T - ON PRjaOSE Notice Is hereby given that the bnder- jfRMd has tiled with the Department ot Alcoholic Beverage Control ot the State of Arkansas for a permit lo sell and dispense beer at retail. Route 2, Johnson Road, Fayelteville, Washington County The undersigned states that he. is a .en of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude: that no license to sell beer beer ~ the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and thai the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the IRWS ol this State or any other Stale, relative to Ihe sale of Alcoholic Liquors; ihM he has been a real- denlot the State of Arkansas for at least two (2) years; and that he a qualified elector In the tast preceding General Election. Application is (or a permit to be issued lor operation beginning on Iht fllh day of July, 1974 and lo expire on the 30th day ol June 1375. J, E. McClelland FARMER'S DAUGHTER, INC Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3rd day of June. 1974. Jan Jared. NoUry PiibiEc My Commission eiplres: April 1, 1077 (Eeal) 2Tc 7. H Local Men In Fair Condition Alter Shootout Two Route 10, Fayetteville men were reported in fair con dition today in the intensive care unit at Washington Regional Medical Center afte they shot each other in a Icud Thursday morning near thei homes in South Fayetteville. Both J. V. Arbuckle, 70, and Raymond Phillips, 47, under went surgery shortly after thi shooting. According to police the twi men argued, then Phillips wen into his home and picked u a rifle, returned and shot Ar buckle twice. Arbuckle took tin rifle from Phillips and shot hiri once before the weapon jam med. Arbuckle was wounded in th shoulder and in the lower ches near his heart. Phillips wounded in the upper abdomer The prosecuting attorney' office has not made a decisio on filing charges in the case awaiting discussion with th men and stabilization of the' conditions. Tape Reveals Nixon Asked Extensive Lie Detector Tests WASHINGTON (AP) -- Tres- dent Nixon considered jiving detector tests to Kveral undred thousand federal em- loyes during a 1971 hunt for se- urity leaks, says a House udiciary Committee source. In a taped presidential con- ersation the committee heard Thursday, Nixon reportedly dis- ussed giving the tests to all "mployes !with a security classi- rcation, estimated then to be 00.000. Advised the tests would result n mass resignations, he Finally ordered them for about 1,00 employes in the State and Defense departments, the Cen- ral Intelligence Agency and he National Security Council, he source said. There is no evidence they were ever admin- stered. The source .quoted Nixon as saying about' the polygraph ests, "1 don't know much about.these things, butit'scares he (expletive dtleted) o u t of hem." The'July 4, -1971, tape w a played as the committee, conducting , its impeachment inquiry, received evidence relat- ng to the domestic surveillance activities of the Nixon administration. Cotton And Soybean Production Tour Sel The University of Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Ser vice will sponsor a three-day Lour on aotton and soybean pro duction in Arkansas Aug. fi-8. Purpose of the tour will be Lodemonstrate recent advances in production technology with soybeans and cotton 'on boll Experiment Station sites and private farms. Advancements in farm drainage, irrigation anc weed control will be featurec in a series of stops that -wil start in Northeastern Arkansai and proceed to the southern tip of the Arkansas Delta. -,.. : For more information contac your local agent. Lake Levels LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Lak Levels Level .Chang Beaver · 1126 ul. Table Rock 920.2 ul. Bull Shoals ' 6(15.6' ul. Norfork ' 562.6 u Greers Ferry ' 464.3 ul. ArinnMn TtMB. FrUery, JIM* 7, 1VT4 ·) tt also received details about. White House ordered wiretaps | n 13 government officials a n d j newsmen, and about the 'Huston P l a n " for gathering omestic intelligence th»t con- .emplated the use of burglary nd other illegal acts. The late FBI Director J. Edar Hoover vigorously opposed le plan, named for its chief rafter, Tom Charles Huston, and Nixon has said he \vith- !rew approval July ?8, 1970, ive days after granting it. Chairman Peter W. Rodino Jr., D-N.J., declined to answer when asked whether the committee received evidence the lan was terminated. The administration justified ill the activities examined by .he committee on grounds of national security. Rep. Robert F. Drinan, D- rtass., called the national security justification "totally unwarranted" in the case of the 17 wiretaps. He said nothing involving national security was picked up by any of the taps and that s e v e r a l of them remained for months after it was clear they were producing nothing. POLITICAL PURPOSES Another member said the information was given to former White House aide H. R. Hald»- man, who used it for political purposes. Drinan said at least one person also was kept under physical surveillance and the White House was told what he did when his family was nut of town. None of the individuals was identified. At its next session Tuesday, the committee will look into the break-in of the office of Daniel Ellsberg's psychiatrist by the special White House investigative unit--the plumbers, Rodino said presentation of evidence can be completed in about five, more sessions, or by June 19. Tt then will consider calling any witnesses that might be needed, he said. Republican committee members are demanding that witnesses be heard, but many Democrats feel the committee have enough evidence by then to permit consideration of articles of impeachment. Rodino s a i d t h e committee may meet next week to consider issuing another subpoena for White House tapes relating to the dairy industry and International Telephone Telegraph Corp., matters that the committee examined earlier in the week. It requested 66 taped conversations, but Nixon has refused to provide them. -* WOMAN'S WORLD ' Now li a wonderful time ·Uit this showpiece quilt. Use all the small scrap you've been saving for thi charming, oldtime "Friendshi .Ring". Pattern 642: block chart ;patch patterns, yardages, direc lions included. ' 75 CENTS e a c h pattern -- axJd 25 cents each paW ern '° .first-class mail and specia handling. Send to Laura Whee Ie T , Northwest Arkansa TIMES. 450, Needlecraft Dent 'Box 161. Old Chelsea Station 'New York. N.Y. 10011. I'rin (Patter Number. Name. Ad :dress, Zip. NEW! 1974 Needle ·craft Catalog covers the crei 4ive seen* -- knit, croche '.fashions, embroidery. Quilt -more! 75 cent:.NEW! Sew plus Knit Book ha .basic tissue pattern ·$!.! NEW Needlepoint Book ..»1.» 'NEW! Flower Crochet .. »!. Hairpin Crochet Book H.I Instant Crochet Book ....· .11.00 Money Book *1.M Instant Macrame Book ... tl.OC Complete Gift Book H.OO Complete Afghans No. 14 ..Jl. « Pri« Afghans No. 12 50 cen Book of IS Quilts No. 1 .50 cen Museum Quilt Book No. 2 ....51 cents IS Qoflts for Today No. 3 . . . . S cents Book of « Jiffy Rugs . .50 cen A Convenient Sewing and topping Guide for Today's Gal on the Go. Weather Forecast Showers »fe forecast Friday from northern Texas and Oklahoma to the Southeast and through the Midwest to t h e Great Lakes. Showers a r e also forecast for the western and northern Plains. Warmer weather is forecast for m o s t of the East except New England where cooler air is ex- pected. Cooler weather Is aJs« forecast for most of the nation west of the Mississippi. (AP Wirephoto Map) THE WEATHER Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Friday Hi Lo Prc Otlk Albany 82 48 clr Albu'que 88 51 cdy Amarillo 84 55 cdy Anchorage 61 44 .17 cdy Asheville 74 60 .o5 rn Atlanta 78 65 1.23 rn Birmingham 85 71 .22 rn Boise '0 47 cdy Boston 72 48 cl Brownsville 91 79 cdy Buffalo 82 65 cdy Charleston 81 70 .30 rn Charlotte 83 67 rn Chicago 76 1 .43 rn Cincinnati 82 65 rn Cleveland 80 68 Denver 60 40 .11 rn Des Moines 77 62 .01 r Detroit 81 66 r Duluth 66 48 1.26 cd Fairbanks 55 45 cd Fort Worth 93 79 cd Helena 62 40 r: Honolulu 88 7fi cd; Houston ' 86 78 cd, Ind'apolis 85 67 .20 rn Jacks'ville 85 67 .12 rn Tuneau 65 44 .01 M Kansas City 79 61 .30 rn Las Vegas 96 76 cl Little Rock 85 5 1.9S rn Los Angeles 75 62 cdy Louisville 82 65 .16 rn Miami 84 77 .10 cdj Milwaukee 74 59 .38 n Mpls-St.P. 68 52 1.59 cd. New Orleans 89 79 cdy New York 86 56 cl: Okla. City 87 62 .06 n Omaha 76 56 .03 cd' Orlando 92 72 ri Philad'phia 83 57 cd' Phoenix 103 71 cl' Pittsburgh 80 63 cdj P'tland Ore. 64 48 cd P'tland Me. 67 38 cl Rapid City 70 39 cd' 81 41 cl 84 61 cd 80 65 .10 n 71 51 .01 cd 1 6 61 .01 cd 67 54 cl 63 47 .10 n 65 41 .02 cd 91 73 cd 81 60 r Precarious Perch Reno Richmond St. Louis Salt Lake San Diego San Fran Seattle Spokane Tampa Washington What'* a giant pretzel e o o d for? Well, if yon found o n e big enough you could lie on H. In this case the 'pretzel' is a large tubular sculpture near the Wayne Slate University Community Art5 Building in Detroit, and the young m a n perched on it seems to have found it a suitable spot f o r just parsing time on a sunny day. (AP Wirepholo) Window Broken A small piece of glass wa broken out of the front windov of the E.M. Crawly residenc of 1523 Cedar St. somctim Wednesday night police sai today. LONG CURVES Uke a sinuous turn to either side at you! Standing band frames neck Deautifully. Choose a fabric that keeps its "crisp." Printed Pattern «58: Misses Sizes 8, 10, 12. 14, 16, 18, 20 Size 12 (bust 34) takes 2% yards 45-inch. 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. 438 Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St. New York, N.Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS. ZIP, SIZE »nd STYLE NUMBER. Cnoose one pattern free in New SPRING-SUMMER Pattern Catalog. Get one free pattern printed inside. 100 beautiful fashions, all sizes. Send 75 cents now. New! Sew plus Knit Book -- hai basic tissoe pattern $1.25 Instant Sewing Book SI.00 Instant Fashion Book $1.00 M. WILLIAM FIELDS Chartered Life Underwriter JEFFERSON STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY hat completed all the requirements fa be certilled as a QUALIFYING MEMBER OF THE 1974 MILLION DOLLAR ROUND TABLE an independent, international association of lift insurance agents. Membership reflects a commitment to continuing advanced education to better serve the financial security need* of families, individuals and bu*ine»es. Oil Companies Boost Salaries y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Most of the nation's major oil ompanies are dipping into leir record profits to boost mploye salaries. One company s giving workers a bonus of a onth's salary. An Associated Press survey bows that Exxon, Standard of alifornia. Continental, Standard f Indiana, Shell, Atlantic Rich- ield, Union and Mobil are rais- ng the pay checks of nonunion J.S. employes. Some are offer- ng the boosts to union employes as well. Most of the increases by these oil companies were 6 per cent raises. Mobil was the only company to. give a onetime bonus of one month's pay which meant nearly {900 in cash to m a n y workers. Most of the companies wouk not say immediately how -much .he boosts would cost [heir companies. Union oil workers currently earn about $11,500 a .'ear, the Oil, Chemical anc Atomic Workers Union (OCAW) says. The Mobil bonus, presum- ng the average employe makes $11,500 a year, would come to about $32 million. Rawleigh Warner Jr. chairman of Mobil, said the bonuses were being given because of company concern that inflation was eroding its employes' salaries. He said Mobil felt the ump sum bonus would be of more use to employes than a raise. He said the bonus would 30 to all 37.000 employes excepl :he company directors and Mo oil is negotiating with the DCAW about distribution to un ion employes. Asked if the bonuses were being given to reduce the size of upcoming second quarter profits, a Mobil spokesman said: "Definitely not." Some of the other company officials also mentioned in flation as a prime reason for the increases. None of the officials said the increases had anything to dc wilh higher earnings or an at tempt to soften second quart profits. Meanwhile in Denver, the oi workers union told the oil in (Justry it would seek pay raisi totaling $4.50 an hour ovi. three years when the currcn contract runs out Jan. 1. It rep resents 60.000 oil workers wh earn an average $5.50 an hour. State Hay Production According to the Crop Report- ng Service, Arkansas hay pro- uction was up sharply in 1973. mong the top 10 agricultural ommodities, hay moved in ighth place. There were 855 housand acres of hay in Arkanas in 1973. Of this total. ther» 'ere 65 thousand acres of alfal- a hay. Read it June 9lti In "Peop/eQute": Criminals and Victims TRUE OR FALSE? If yafr* a ti'omart, you're likeljr to t« · safest in countries that have high homicide rates. This week in the Family Weekly People Quiz, John Gibson explores some attitudes a bout those who break the law and those who are their victims. Test your own Sherlock Holmes skills against modem day scientific research. ' Catch Phrases: , Source of A Special Language "It all etkalsma" Family Weekly contributor H. Alien Smith writes especially this week on something that's as American as apple pie: How we kick words around to develop catch phrases that always fit the occasion, although anyone from the next county wouldn't know what we ar* talking about. ·' In Your Copy Of The Nartirmrat Arfatuu DICK HOYT INVITES YOU TO COMPARE QUALIFICATIONS DICK HOYT POLICE EXPERIENCE 2 Years Deputy Sheriff, Washington County 9 Years City Marsh*! and Chief of Police, Johnson, Ark. plus Military Police A Criminal Investigation Never Dismissed From Employment OPPONENT About 7 Years Deputy Sheriff, Washington Co. Reason for Termination? Paid by Dick Hort

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