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47-MOf MHIH) fui Salt-OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 2:00 lo 5:00 '1128 Vall.y View (just OH Weduifton near U of A) Three bedroom p,; baths, available for immediate occupancy. Priced In mid 20's. Your hail: Harry Tniman Moore. Phone 5ai-8M3. ijOHULTZ T Realtors AYLOR 521-2717 ITts H. College Hwy. 71 And Green Acres Road Fayettevlllc, Ark STOP LOOKING! This Is Itl Owner moving. Handsome Hacienda. Three Spacious bedrooms. Attractive Kitchen with bar, Patio and Bar-Be-Que on level lot North of U. or A. Great terms Call evenings 521-5333. FRONTIER REAL 1 IJlOlS N. ESTATE ^^jCollcgc Company REALTOR 521 " 6700 "BUI" lazenby 521-5833 Les Davis . 521-4448 Doug Hartley 442-6446 Arthur Clark .. . 751-9724 40 ACRES. House, chicken house, S arrea, hoasc, hams, S miles west o HOME LAND BY OWNER Secluded home and 6 acres in Mountain Woodland X miles from University, near Hwy. 62 West . Open contemporary design by architect, western cedar construction, i bedrooms. Z baths, screen porch, (tone fireplace, quarter basement, kennels. Includes draprs, couch, table, dishwasher refrigerator, «tove, many bull, ins. house and * acres. 159,000. Call 443-2128 after «:00. FABULOOS view, choice ot Hire* lake · homes, ·pill level, darts, fireplaces, cuvUwn buitt bv builder, mutt sr- homes En area to Uppreda Le, $30,000 to O.OOQ. Ftione 731-7676. FAMILY born*. Five Bedrooms, three bathroom*, llvlturoom, dinlagroom , kit- rhen, w*4i room. On Earx* tot £10.000. GtU MS-2516. W-t«al IrtoU ttt Sal*-- NEAR UofA *A 20 also hw a beautiful v(«w. '!i^ «lecorat«l i bedroom Z »lh home priced at »?,»». Also nas aasumable loan. Call 521-1300 »r an appointment or nites: «ullne McKinney JZ1-1J4S amss Baker 442-5090 Shannon Martin M2-TO6 BAKER m "X UaUA.|l · t__M IQ ASSOCIATES ??ALTo5 REALTORS T61S N. College 521-1300 HOW ABOUT? A large, fencde, shaded back yard? Three bedrooms and two bathx with all the goodies? A big loan al 7%, Sound like you? Call tu. FAYARK Realty 327 N. College Office 52L-S550 BIG AS A BARN Here's a wonderfully livable house with four bedroom*. Family room Two ceramic ba i hs Two-ca r garage, Privacy fence, back yard. North of U. of A. Evening call 442-6640. FRONTIER REAL s^^J'015 N. ESTATE 1 fWCollege Company^j521-6700 SEALTOfl "Bill" Lazenby 521-5833 Les Davis ... 521-4448 Doug Hartley 442-6446 Art Clark 751-9724 FOR Pale by Builder. 3 Mr., home. Bath i.i fully carpet ed. large lol. only 15 minute ilrive Irorn UofA. 267-3223. BY OWNER 3 bedroom, 1U baths, carpeted, central air/heal, den wllh woodbumfng fireplace, dishwasher, double electric ovens. Si- closed tacit vard, convenient to schools. Phone 442-2581 or 521-4788. O P E N H O U S E 1509 Rolling Hills SUNDAY, J U N E 9th-- 2-6 p.m. 3 Bedroom, 2 Both, Central Heat and Air Conditioned, Double Garage, Fenced Yard. "WOMAN'S WORLD Ms /^ jHpjlffl^|!Si||jP fir \llli.vlllrS H mwRm E in^ 11 T " ' ~' **T ""ILoZJ A Convenient Sewing and lopping Guide for Today** Gal an the Go. 4560 ^vjlt SIZES 8-20 ^Kjk 17-Real tHato far Sal*- |47HUal t*at» for Sab (Vine, tton* flr*,Uc«, ftifljr c*rp»trt f rmnje, disposal, dJ rii wither, ric., 1W luths, 2 c*r aarafc. ft down t* veteran*, KM down FHA. MUlM rr»HuU«. »' builder. Plnnc OS-am. BY OWNER S-3 bedroom, brick,- with eentnl heat , 22x2* separate woriuhop- Eirvec. 1 acre corner lot with Vt n fenced pjitur*. In rayettevlHe city limit*, good neighbor.. V24.000. Phone 443-U5. HOMESTEAD HOMES WHITE BRICK 3 bdr. brick, den w-firepke. complete kitchen, dltfbwasher. central ie»t tc »\T, Z bath, double far*c*, tnjoo.oo. WEST FORK WONDER 3 Mr. brick, CH Hi baths, carpeted, utility, carport, U.OOO.M, must see. to appreciate. Terms -- · T',i Interest on assumption. SAFETY FIRST 3 bdr. I 1 ,} bath brick beauty en qu et street. Priced right at 119,995 00. BUNGALOW HOME 3 bdr.. I bath. CH/A. 15V« acres in city limits. East MB. $31,100.00. 2 FOR 1 Country Hie in city limits. »',4 seres with small home. Separate garage and barn. $33,000.00.. MORE BEAVER LAKE IOTS Can you believe!! Iake side lots $750.00 and up. HIGH LONESOME 20 · acres, secluded just off Blue, Springs, Goshen Road. Gently rolling view site with beautiful woods. Native stone aplenty for your new home. Owner finance. $26,009.00. WEST FORK ACREAGE 9 acres with 3 bdr. rock and wood house. M/H hookup. $22,500.00. OAK HILLS ADDITION * bdr. brick, li bath, central heat, double garage, fenced yard. Good central local ion. priced at $35,300.00. BUILD HERE 10 acres just on east side of Fay-r ettevllle. Hard to find acreage this close in. HI, 000 00. STONE TRIM 2 bdr., 1 bath, fireplace lots of trees. tl2.500.00. HUNTSVILLE AVENUE Springdale. 2 bdr., 1 bath frame, utility or 3rd bedroom. (12,000.00. OWNER CARRY PAPER large lot 2 bdr. frame. $10.000.00. LAKE FAYETTEVILIE 3 acres with pond fronting en Lake view Drive and Lake F^yptte- ville. Ride yourgolf cart to Springdale Country CTub. 5 ACRES GOOD INCOME 5 acres level likeable, well" fenced ncome from 3 mobile home*, p.u* 1 extra pad will help make the payments on this place. Good well ( ha s rural water across road ). Only J rrJ!e from SpringdiJe city limits on blacktop . ' HARMON 3 Mr dishwasher, range, air conditioner, natural gas, spring fed well, store, shop building and gu pumps. CtOSC TO LAKE 3 acre* 3 bdr., I bath, dishwasher, flrepUc*, good well city water ready for hook-up, native tone. on Hwy 2*4, 1 mile from Beaver Lake. Needs lome work. $18,000.00. MINI FARM 21 Bcre*, on blacktop. aJ] clear aluminum bldff.. 'close in and ready lo go, Owner will finance. BUILDING LOT South Fayetteville large lot will accomodate your home. $4-300.00, YOU ASKED FOR IT S acres on Round Mountain. Nice secluded area for your hideaway home. On]y *5 r 900.t0. WINSLOW ACREAGE 15 acres and 2 bdr. frame, fireplace, refridg., range. $17,000.00. HOMESTEAD REALTY Fhon* TS1-79W J. O. Hoguard 751-511 Col. Art McAnarnej 521-155. Bob Blackston M2-5CT EVERYBODY reads tils TOCE3 WUfl AIS. Ton sral SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE CO. I*^^ Hwy. a Z. FOR THE EXECUTIVE hat can afford the very finest. This quality-built custom contemporary often the BEST Or EVERYTHING. Ls*f« wooded lot I BR. suites, each with Its own bath. for. dnllnf area, 2 native ·tone fireplace* and all In 'new" condition. Itor an appt. to see. nil Pauline McKinney at K1-13W r nites U1-1M*. Priced al I7»»0. BAKEKm ASSOCIATES KMO* REALTORS . 1618 N. Collage 521-1300 Legal Notfcn-- TO: ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN IND - . · WlUlam Sewton Setvidw (Fatber or ijuamtaa) · ' · Janie Pauline Setvtdce (Mother) WARNING ORDER Tata ncuiee thai oo the Stt day of June. tl a petlUos was mm by Mary Ellen Robblns am) Arkanai Social Sendcu n Uie Juvenile Court of Washington Oounly to bare certsla coiUrva nsmed MltcbeJI. Kathleen. MKbeU. . and Mary SeMd» declared deptndent child- ran and to take fmn you UM etatody and luardlanslilp of said children and to appoint [or them some suitable person as their fuaittlan or place said children in some suitable Institution or home n this ilale lor the care and tuanyan ihlp of dependent sad children. Now unless you sppe»r within twenty days after Un date ot Ibis nMlce and show cause such application, the petition shall be tasea si confessed and he decree Brsnted. Dale June s. 1974 COUNTY CLERK Ruth E. Roberts Fayettevllle. Ariunsas (Seal) By KU * n C ° mbS ' dC ITc B TO: ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN AND -- . . Clifton Tlnsley (Ptother or Goard»B Mary Ann Mourninc { Mother) OF: Diana Timley WARNING ORDER Take nolle* that on the 3th day of June, 1974 · petition wu fllcd by Mary EHen Robblns. Arfaansu Social Services in the Juvenile Court of Washington County lo have a certain (child) named Diana Tinstey declared a dependent child and to lake from you the custody and guardianship of said child and to appoint for her some suitable person as her guardian or to place uld child in some suitable iTistitutlon or home in this sUte for th« cire ot uuariianahlp of dependent and delLqueni children. Now unless you Appear wllhfn twenty days after the date of tMs notice and show cause agafn*t iwcti application, the petition shall be taken at confessed and the decree granted. Dated 6-6-74 COUNTY CLERK Ruth - E. Roberts Ffcyettevile, Arkansas Karen Combs j (Seal) ITc a No. CR 74-159 IN raE CHANCERY OOURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS PAULETTE GERALDINE GRIGG PLAINTIFF V. WINDLE HASCAL GRIGG DEFENDANT WARNING ORDER STATE OF ARKANSAS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT: You are hereby wanted lo appear In the Chancery Court · of Washington County. Arkansas, witbln thirl? (30) days to answer th* complaint of th« plaintiff, Paulette Geraldine (irigg. and upon your failure lo do *o MDM will be taken as confessed. Witness my hand as Clerk nf the Wash I n«ton County Chancery' Court and the Mai thereof, oo tbe IS d«y of May, 1974. ALMA KOLLMEYKR, CLERK Bell) By: KATHLEEN HARNESS, DC 4te 1, B, 15, 2J WARNING ORDER No. 74-478 In the Chancery Court of Washington County, Arkansas JameA E. PRsloa PtainUff » - VB. Linda Kay Preston. Defendant The D*r«ncfaol is warned to appear in this Court within thirty days and answer the complaint of tb* Plaintiff n the above entitled cause. . Witness my hand and! seal ol this Court this 5th day of June. 1974. Ainu Kollmeyrr, Cbanoery Citric Bv Kathleen Harness, D.C. (Seal) 4tc 8. 15, 22. 29 Bill Would Curb Presidential Spending r WASHINGTON (AP) -- Legislation aimed at curbing ar realigning presidential staf and abolishing the President's discretionary $l-million emergency fund has cleared a House committee. The House Post Office and Civil Service Committee, in approving (he measure Thursday, DeJaney Criticizes Mills Health Bill Israeli Schools WASHINGTON (AP) -- The xsv. W. Guy Delaney of. Little ock told Rep. Wilbur D. Mills, Ark. ,on Friday the health in- rance bill Mills is cosponsor- K would be an "unintentional, it nonetheless cruel fraud for .f Kansas.".... Delaney is chairman of the rkansas Committee for N; onal Health Insurance. He iticized the bill which Mills sponsors with Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., during earings before the House 'ays and Means Committee [ills is chairman of that com nittee. Delaney said Arkansas is a nor state with a large portion its population below the pov rty level. He said the bil ould not commit enough mon y to health care. Delaney also aid the plan to use private in urance_ companies as inter icdiaries in paying for the ealth services was unaccep We: "Arkansans...would not be ss that bitterly disappointed v the passage of this bill in its resent form for !t would raise ie hopes of the citizens of our .ate for better quality health are without the means to de- ver that care," Delaney said The Milk-Kennedy bill i: .ore liberal with benefits than nc proposed by the Nixon ad louse Approves Administration ponsored Superport Measure WASHINGTON (AP) ^Con- the :Tran5portalion Department inistration. After Delaney's testimony rfills said, "It doesn't do every hing'I would like it to do. It i compromise and we admi hat and it is still subject tc urther compromise. "We wanted to at least la; efore the American public . rogram we thought had hahce to pass. The alternativ *ould be passage of a bill (Nix n's) that does nothing mor han provide for catastrophi are." Judge Orders More Female Police Sergeants DETROIT (AP) A U.S Escape Ihe'breezes, snuggl Into this great jacket! Easy, thrifty to make! Cro chet handsome, shawl-colln Jacket in rib-stitch design, i 1 or 2 colors of worsted Crochet buttons, loo. Palter 983: Sizes 8-18 included. 75 CENTS each paltern -add 25 cenls each pattern lo first-class mail and specif handling. Send to Laur Wheeler, Northwest Arkansii TIMES 450, Ncertlecrait Dept Box 161, Old Chelsea Station New York, N.Y. 10011. Prm Paltern Number. Name, Ad dress, ZIP. NEW! 1974 Neerilecraft Calalo covers the creative scene -knit, crochet, fashions, em broidery, quilts, more! 75 cent NEW! Sew plus Knit BOOK ru basic tissue pattern M.2 aMUlll. l i a ^ U t | j » i * - ~ . . - - NEW! Needlepoint Book ..»IJ» NEW! Flower Crochet Hairpin Crochet Book . Instant Crochet Book ... Instant Money Book $1.0 $1.0 .$1.0 ..,,,,.,, ,,. , ..»!.( instant Macrame Book ·.-·*[] Complete Gift Book · · - · · · · » · Complete Afghans No. 14 ..$1.0 11 Prize Afhangs No. 12 50 cen Book of 16 (JinUs No. 1 .50 cen Quilt Book No. 2 . . . .50 cen IS Quilts (or Today No. 3 ... : Book at 16 Jiffy Rugs .50 cen District Court judge who or ered the Detroit Police to hir flore female officers has nov lemanded the department pro mote mote women to the ran of sergeant. Judge yRalph M- Freema ruled on Friday that women o icers should be considere equally with men; for prom tiqn. He ordered the depar ment to include 17 wome among the next 120 officers the promotes to sergeant. The department currently h about 1.180 sergeants, includin 13 women. Freeman ordered the dcpar ment to include five women ;ts next training class of 30 se 'cants and four women in eac of the next three Irainin classes this year . The judge ruled a sergea examination list reflected hi Lorical discrimination and dered an additional 12 wome be added regardless of the fi ish on the qualifying lest. Last month Freeman order the police department to hi one woman for every m. hired. citing discriminate against women in hiring pra tices. Freeman's ruling was base on H class action suit filed la year by two rejected worn police applicants, charging d crimination in hiring, work a promotions. Northwest Arfcamat TIMES, Sat., June S, 1974 AKKANtA* ruction of supertanker 'ports' international .waters off 'the nited States has moved a step oser with approval, of an ,ad- inistration-backed-biU in-the ouse. The House passed, legislation 4 -158 Thursday night to es- blish the Interior: Department the licensing authority for instruction of the ports and Jobless Teens Cause Rise In Unemployment By ROBERT A. DOBKTN ' WASHINGTON ,(AP) -- High r unemployment among leen- gers boosted the nation's bless rate to 5.2 per cent in lay, the first increase in four lonths, the government report- d today. . · · ; ' . · · The turnaround is expected to ontinue the following months, 'sing to between 5.5 and 6 per ent by the end. o.fthe.year, ac- ording to administration fore- asts. ' · · " ' · The Labor Department said 7 million- Americans were unable to : find jobs last 'month n increase of "about. 170,000 rom the previous month." Unemployment has hovered n the S to 5.2 per cent range irice January, after risinj rom a SVS-year low of 4.6 Jie:' ent in October: It was 5.2 pe: ent in January and February .1 per cent in March and 5 pc: ent in April. Total employment in May, a n adjusted 86 million,. ros lightly after showing littli rowth during the winter a'nt pring months. Over the pas ear employment has expandec y two million. Average hourly earnings of reduction workers .rose 1.5 bsr ent in May-.while the wor! 'eek increased'by 12 minutes ie government reporleci. Weekly earnings averaged 151.52 last month, an increase f $3.78 fro. April and J9.0' misually large and said it re rom a year ago. The Labo )epartment called the .j u m ] ive public agencies first option o obtain them. It also would ave provided for a special und for cleaning up oil spills. e*' approved -measure" con ains'no provision fixing liabil- ty for oil spills, but it does provide that superport operators would : 'be liabto "under other a\Vs for Cleanup' costs. - It also bars 'issuance of a li- ense if a proposed port would not comply' with an adjoining tale's land of water use plans. Several Easte.rn states already lave plans prohibiting super- J u n .id it s the agency to issue oper- Ung permits. The measure ow goes to the Senate. Earlier, the House rejected a ival measure that would have reated a new federal commis- ion ' issue the licenses and ibrts off their coasts. Backers of both bills said hat with the, continuing do- lendence of the-United Slates in imported oil, crude oil'trans- portation should be made as cheap as possible. Supertankers, which carry up o five million barrels of oil at a time, are Ihe' most economical form of transportation avail- ahle, Hie proponents ' said-, hut most Atlantic and Gulf Coast jorts are too shallow to accqm- iiodate'the large ships: '-: The proposed ports would he established up t o ' 3 0 miles offshore. Tankers would lie.up at anchored, buoy-like terminals and pump their oil inlo pipelines-leading Iff -shore:;' ;" Ehvironmcblalis'Es have contended thiil the size oE the su- pqrlankcrs and Ihe possibility of the pipelines rupturing posed the hazard oriarge oil'spills. ACORN Criticizes LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Arkansas Community Organizations for Reform Now said Friday that Arkansas Power Light Co. had inflated the cost of sulfur scrubbers for its proposed White Bluff power plant. ACORN said the API, estimate of $285 million for' installation was between $75.6 million and S145.5 million too high. ' ACORN said it based its statement on figures supplied by -"a major scrubber vendor and the Environmental Prolec- tion' Agency, . . -APL's prediction was made Official Calls For Redesign Of API Power Plant LITTLE BOCK (AP) --· Arkansas Power Light Co. I should consider redesigning ils I proposed coal-fired generating I plant near Rcdfield. a state I Pollution Control and Ecology 1 Department official said Fri- | day. Jarrcll E. Soulhall, head of the department's air division, I said APL's proposed plant cannot meet stale air qualily | standards. He said the utility should consider higher smokestacks, even I though environmentalists say I this is not the answer l o - c i i r - | tailing pollution, or building two generating units at one lo-1 cation and putting the other | two at another site. Southall stressed that his I views were preliminary and I personal and not Ihose of Ihe I Pollulion Control Commission. I He made his comments in di-1 reel testimony filed with the state Public Service Commission. I Tlie PSC had set Friday as I the deadline for filing direct I testimony in APL's applicaton I for a certificate of public need | a n d environmental com- palibilily to operate the pro-1 posetl plant. The PSC has set I June 17 as the dale for a hear-1 ing on the matter. The proposed plant would I have four generating units. I Each would be capable of pro-1 diicing 800 megawatts of elec-1 tricity and each would have a [ 750-foot tall smokestack and a I 400-foot cooling tower. The total I plant is the largest of its kind I under consideration in the | country. Paul Morgcnstern of Cambridge. Mass.. the utility's chief I witness on air pollution emis-1 sions, said En testimony filed I Friday that under the most ad- I verse weather conditions the I stale's standard for concentra-1 lions of sulphur dioxide would I be exceeded a maximum of 38 | days a year if the plant is operated nt peak capacity. Avera-;e I operation would be 70 per cent I of capacity. I Morgenslern is Ihe APLJ consultant who made an error I in his plume dispersion formula I that the Pollution Control De-1 parlment discovered lasl week. Witnesses for Ihe state Planning Department, the state Health Department and Ar- | kansas Community Organizations for R e f o r m Now (ACORN) said in tmestimony filed Friday that APL should unusually large and said it re lected cost of living increase number of major dustries and the May 1 iricrease ti the federal minimum wage. The seasonal rush o f . teen agers into the labor market in :reased the size of the civilian labor, force by 370,000 n May ti 90.7 million;" the' first tncreasi since January. . But as more youths entem !he labor market they found i difficult to obtain jobs and Leen-age unemployment r a t e rose from 13.8 per cent lo 15.1 per cent in May. Jaenke Resigns WASHINGTON (AP) -- E.A Jaenke, chief executive office of the Farm Credil Adminis Iralion. has announced his res ignalion. Jaenke lold a. news confer encc Friday Ihat he was lea\ ing the position after 51$ year because "it is time for n^e tf move into new and' differen fields." Jaeneke spearheaded a majo restructuring of (he farm creri system that became law i 1971. He served as an agricu ture official in the admin! tration of Lyndon B. Johnson. He said he would remain i his position unlil a successo was named. . to discourage the installation of the scrubbers on the White luff plant; ACORN said. ACORN also critici/eti , an arlie'r statement by the utility lat the scrubbers- could be (Med to' Ihe planl later;'U re- uired._. Installation' after the lanl is complete is. twice as xpensive as installation during onstruction. ACORN said. TERMITES ? CALL ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL Roaches, Ants, Spiders, etc. COMMERCIAL S . RESIDENTIAL,' 442-7298 Ptlon* U3-20W Broker Ron Sherwood SEALTOB HOME GARDEN AREA 45 EAST levels for vice presidential staffs and required that Congress be informed of the names and duties of personnel borrowed for the White House staff from other executive agencies. Rep. Morris Udall, D-Ariz.. enclosed garsge with workshop Root School. Price $30,400. QUALITY HOME STABLES Brown cedar and native stone home on Z acres off . is E. Butt erf ietd School, C.H. Sogt, soil, soft swing out beneath g o r e s a high- . . 1800 i. f. wih fireplace, . . A . Carpeted three bedrooms, two baths, large family- room, dlningroom, with country style kitchen sll wood fenced. 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Sew plus Knit Book -has basic tissue pattern ..-J1.25 Instant Sewing Book 11.00 Instant Fashion Book .. 41.00 T)1r 5. 1 J^ 1 ^"'^ "" .^T 1 ^!, Urin *- wnt pushed the restrictive fea- t(Jres sa .^ presidential st a ff s have grown large and exert enormous power while remain ing largely anonymous. . The discretionary fund, which a President may use in any way he feels is in the national interest, would be eliminated under, an amendment by Rep. H.R. Gross, R-Iowa. Th bill authorizes about $20 million for Whit* House operations, travel and salaries and operation of the vice ores! dent's office. Many costs of the presidency are contained in the budgets of other departments. Presidentia aircraft, for example, are a De fense Department expense. Ellsworth To Attend WASHINGTON (AP) - Rob ert Ellsworth, assistant secre lary of Defense, will represcn the Uniled Slates al a NATO planning in Brussels next week The Pentagon said Friday that Defense Secretary Jame R. Schlesinger would pass up the meeting so he could he in the United States while Presi dent Nixon was traveling in th Middle East. , tric, with heat and air, ml off 45 E. Buttcrfield School. B0.900. NEW SPANISH HOME 45 EAST Three bedrooms, formal d i n f n g . familyroom with fireplace, heat and air, »i acre lol J2J.500. ACRES of land approximately open, beautiful view for huild- ig, 10 ml. from Fayetteville, near Elkins. Terms available. 129.500. We have small IracU available in the Hwy 45 vicinity. OH akelion Miwt. two bedroom home with carport, lot TIMS9 ft., call HUSK or 531-3740 after 1:34 p.m. 10 ACRES, wme desrvd, awl STass, brsuilful MdLKfed iMUdiac *itei, four mtjfs to Prairie Crave. Jimmle RJsff, Eoaerj. S1H2W. BT OWNER: J year oM, 3 bedroom. 2 l»Mh btic*. IMabte caracs. forma I In-i^a- raom, paneled den wtth BTBFP, tmiluni h kllohen. Root Khxt. JH.5M. an Wlnwo 'ADvnrnam Thousand! of ttds tatura win «wa paw EVEI S.M» GOLD Top Price* PiU For OM Gold BAIL BONDS Arkansas Law "Whenever a person is arrested for any violation of this act punishable as a Misdemeanor and such person is not immediately taken before a magistrate. . the arresting officer may prepare in duplicate a written notice to appear in court. . . .the arrested person in order to secure his release must give the written promise to appear, or post bail bond as required by the arresting officer . .thereupon said officer shall forthwith release the person from custody." I KNOW that felonies and capital crimes must have bond set by the court. In my previous ad I neglected to specify that I was referring to misdemeanors .only. A case in point -- even in felonies this is used -- a recent grand jury case was released "on his own recognizance" if you will check the newspapers. ELECT DICK HOYT SHERIFF, Washington County P»id by Dick Hojt ie forced to install scrubbers at I :he plant. I The utility has said scrubbers I are technologically unreliable I and would cost $285 million lol inslall and $98 million annually! 16 keep, operale, maintain and I amortize. We bate · savings program and interest rate to meet yonr needs. Fayefteville Savings Loan Association Ml N. Eut A ventw Another FAMILY WEEKLY Exclusive - June 9 /Smi ft,, Weekly H. AllTM SnllfaV 1hlnd ThoK Crime Scriphoob of Z.n r Htxllfnn' -Try Family Pmwtml* · · Thl» People Quu! Our lur* C«U»o!tt A Tableful of Cool, Unda Blair Talks About Acting Child Star of "The Exorcist" Center of Controversy "A3 jar of the script was concerned,! just thought of the words as being part of the character, Ij anything, it has made me much more carejul about ichat I say." Some of the language in the current top-rated motion picture "The Exorcist" is definitely X-rated. Much of it is spoken by 15-year-old Linda Blair. This week Peer J. Oppenheimer chats with Linda and reports exclusively in FAMILY WEEKLY on her candid and matter-of-fact point of viewabout rough language in the movies. Oh the lighter side, read what Linda has to say about her family, her hobbies and her.travels. In your copy of th«

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