Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 15, 1974 · Page 11
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47-l«at Safe- A BEAUTY -- Two Bedroom* each. Carpeted and draped, completely Mrni»h«d. Central air -- excellent · 'location. Eaat of Ihe Library. Sec '"this for lure. Evening* c»U 442. ;««. HOME SITE just off 46 Eart 118.«U Level lot In area of other fine homes. Pric« ·~Ti reasonable. LAKE SITE Here Is the ideal location for your -··itummer hotn« or all year round '''large corner lot with abundance of trees, city water, see this for ·ure. Evenings call 412-6640. ..i FOUR BEDROOMS ^fedg* of city limits, thla well kept frame home. Just right for the growing family. Paneled, carpeted, draped, shade treea, garden area. :.?srg«. *°--*»»· EV «^ IDLE MONEY Then put it to work. We have just j.-been authorized to otter this beau- · - t l f u l Four bedroom home plus three two-bedroom home and a Garage apartment at a very attractive price terms. Close to campus and .-hospitals. CaSl us Cor details. Eve- M2-6640. 47-tvol 7-HUal Irtul» For SaU- KANT1LV home, nv» , bathranat, livLanoKB, dialafraom, kit- ch*n. w.rfi room. OB lam lot. MO.OOL Cal] 443-2510 3 bdrm and den, 3 bath on Lawson Street I 1 , a block A GREAT INVESTMENT Close to Square and Dickson Street. Substantial Bricte building Mfavorahly leased. Plus two modern ·'Bungalows. Priced to produce better than average Interest on your money. Evenings call 71-9724 , We have good Substantial buyers ·"" of Real Estate. 12 you want to sell 'Home Business, or Farm be sure to call or come in. We may have just the buyer for your Property ':l BIG AS A BARN Here's a wonderfully livable house .with four bedrooms, Family room -Two ceramic baths. Two-car ga- · ··rage. Privacy fence, back yard ·in-North of U. of A. Evenings call -: 412-6640. STOP LOOKING! This 1* ill Owner moving. Handsome Hacienda. Three Spacious .. ^bedrooms. Attractive Kitchen with i^bar, patio and Bar-Be-Que on level · Jot North of U. of A, Great terms. ,:.CaH evenings 521-5833. 2 PRIVATE OFFICES Reception room plus large storage. SUBURBAN JEWEL Just off Hwy 45 E. New 3 bdrm and den 2',i bath brick on one acre. Well constructed, f u l l y Insulated with Iiuulpane glass, formal living 104 d i n i n g rooms, large deck oft den, fireplace, cen. heat and air, 2 car garage. A lovely homt you'll enjoy living In. NEAR VA HOSPITAL T^arge W. of VAri6x3b~paneiel den'with flreplarje, 16x24 living-dining room, large kitchen with plenty of dinette space paneled office. 16x30 private patio, 2 car garage with door opener, deep shady lot. Over 2,400 sq. ft. of living space, all carpeted and with custo m d ra pes for ONLY U*.*00, WALK TO ROOT SCHOOL Save all those taxi trips for the kids. Modern ranch with 4 bdrms. 2',2 baths, central heat and air. king-size family room, covered patio 2 car port, private back yard, shady lot. Over 2,300 ft of living area. DUPLEX NEAR UofA 2 bdrms. bath, living and kitchen each unit. Close to shopping. Zoned C-3, Now rented for $96 each. Listed by Austin Fitzgerald. 1 ACRE FARMETTE 2 bdrm house, most of furniture stays, in Round Mt. area. Tottal price Sll.OOO. Owner will carry at 8%. Usted by Hiram Brooks. HOMT LAND BY OWNER Secluded horn* · and f acre* La ountaln Woodland 3 mile* from niver*ity, near Kwy. S2 Wett. en contemporary dcvlfn by ar- itevt, western c*dar construe- 4 bedrooms. Z baths, screen rch. stone f ' m«nt, k«tmel _ . . uch, table, dbhwaih«r. refrij- ator, stove, many built Ins, house d « acres. $59.000. Call 443-2120 ter COO. Jan Hera»n Wllms Coollck Lori* Stanton for details. . downtown location, Call us MINI-FARM - . A Crystal clear spring-fed stream .., ,.,,-f lowjs through this farm year Around. Twenty level acres in Fea- 1 'cue -- balance timber. One year old Steel-trussed automatic Broiler house. Four bedroom modern home. Close In West of Fayettev.Tle on --"Blacktop. Call us for appointment -'--'to se« i(. Evenings call 442-H46. FRONTIER A..REAL ESTATE Company RtAUW) 1015 N. College 521-6700 Doug Hartley 442-6446 les Davis 521-4448 7iArthur Clark .... 751-9724 ""Bill Lazenby 521-5833 ACREAGES A HUNTERS PARADISE A-115 -- Located 3. West Devils Den -- .460 acres, wooded. Locus' Creek runs thru; Old log cabi and lots of Deer. Make your own Deer Camp 8c Investment at the same time. Priced at J22.5GO. Cal Mary Ann Rhodes. IF YOU'RE THE PARTY tha wanted small acreage close to town, on pavement; Call Mary Ann Rhodes -- New listing IT acres on Hamstring Creek, fenced, nerman ent pasture and some wooded. Cal today. BIG BUSIMESS Invest in t h i s rabbitry or chicken set-up just West of town. Approx imately 2 acre*, large stream n pavement. Priced at just $10,000. A-147 -- Handy to schools 1 bed room, \\y bath, large fenced bat;] yard. Priced at J23.500. Call Max ine Smith. A-Ul -- If you want to retire in the country, thl» 2 bedroom, I ball ountry, family , room, living dining room on one acre is [deal. Price at just ?23,500. Call Maxine Smith f VA-NO MONEY DOWN 'Tay only closing costj and get into ·"^thia new 3 Br 2 Bath home in "-'Springdale. Call Jo Dodson 521-6300 - o r T51-7537. FREEMAN ;;' UNDER CONSTRUCTION Contemporary design with lots of elaas. 3 Br 2 Bath, fireplace and office. Buy it now and pick your . own colors. Call Phyllis Freeman ·- 521-6300 or 521-7088. .. $2,000.00 DOWN "'will jet this 3 Br 1 Bath cloae to Campoell Soup. Owner will carry balance. Call Handall Webb 5216300 or 521-M88. FREEMAN GREAT COMMERCIAL LOCATION t'.'i'.a acres on Hwy 71 N. in a prime '" 'commercial area near K-Mart ^L'SWO.OO per Iront foot. Call James -Freeman 52I-.WO or .S21-70S8. 1FREEMAN LeRoy Wi]hs Maxine Smith Palt Carmichael Mary Ann Rhodi Bill C. Graue Mildred Graue COUNTRY CORNER 1.5 Acres fronting on paved htfi] way. Nice 3 BR home, double ca port, nice shrubbery, large garde fruit trees and grapes. Small bar chicken house, storage build in and fruit cellar." For an appt. see call. Col. Duffey Carter 521-1300 or nites, 521-4122. BAKER ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N. College A SECURE FUTURE ..can be yours with these two al. .most new Brick duplexes. Always 1'. lull and at a good rent rate. Only *27,W0 Eacb. Call James Freeman ·,'521-9300 or 521-1088. FREEMAN r\VO bed room honi?, two blocks Jtf,\ campus. HG Frisco, tot E WOOD. Phone 442-565B or 443-3757. · BRICK DUPLEX .! BACH APARTMENT HAS -- two bedrooms -- living-dining m room -- convenient kilchen -- utility storage room -- fuU hath ( t i l e d ) -- generous closets -- centra] heat -- large corner lot -- choice Northwest loca- ·** Einn. Shown by appointment -- ·"" Office 442-7391. - FOUR BEDROOMS CONTEMPORARY TWO LEVEI, -- NATIVE STONE AND WESTERN CEDAR - - Large living rrom u-ilh dining area " rt -- deluxe kitchen wllh huilt- ln*--family space, native stone ~' fireplace -- Vaulted "ceilings -':. -- Terrace level has large r u m " pus room -- Three full bath* --': -- Two car garage -- W a l l to .... wall carpeting and drapes. Call ""' loday. KINCAID COMPANY Gtarge W. Lewis Mlka R. Watxm Wugh Kincald Huntler REALTOR 442-4753 442-«711 S21-W54 SZMttO REAUOR 521-130 fireplace, quarter leli. Include* drape*, ·UME 514% lovi or refinance 3 b*d- ·om brick ham, IVt bath, ftvMe «r r. food Mlxhboriiood. Fboot «2- WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS In THE MATTER OP THE ESTATE Ku«»me D, Jones Deceased Lul known Address of decedent: Rout* 1. FbyettevHle. Arktnsis Date of Dnth: June 3, 1974 An inslnimrat dated Jurrt 21, 1971, .ra. on the 1Mb day of June, MM, «J milled to probate as Ihe last will of th* abov« named dtctdenf, and th* an- has been appointed executrix ' Pralrle Grtfte -- brtct -- three eroom -- XM bath -- fully carp*4*d -- ntral alr/h«at -- close to vchoot -YANCEY REALTY PtlOTW ·2153 Prairte Grav« Ark. P.O. Box 281 Hiway 62 -- 3 miles we«t Prairie Grove. Ark. 72153 oh Yancey ilE Yancey em Reeves NoHc*t-- NOTICE PROBATE lUqoT COURT or TORS Or" THE CITY OF FA YET TKVILLE, ARXAHCA2: Section 1, That th« public park pre, M ntly known M Obtrman Park and located behind Ihta Uv L-Straim Pta nt be. and Ji hereby. r*o»m*d " - ' thereunder. 'A contest of the probat* of Ihc will can b« effected only by fitinn petition wlthla the time provided by -»·. All perawxi hariaf rtalras Malrwt the erfate must exhibit them, duly verified. to the undersigned: within six rn«miUs from the d«U erf the fhft pablloalion of thl! aolice, or lb*v *Iall b* Driver barred and prvcloded mm any benefit la the estate. Th I s notice first published 15th day of June, 1914. Anne Jon**, Executrix C-o Greenhaw A. Gre*nhaw Attorney At I -aw ' P. O. Box 4276 Fsyeltevllle Ark. 72701 15, 23 _ Section 2. That tMs Ordinance ihall be In full force and ettXA from and afltjr its pas»afft, approval and pobl AND APPROVED THIS 7 day erf May. 1971. APPROVED! RUSSELL T. PURDY MAYOR EST: P. J. TOBIN CITY CLERK (Seal) ItC 15 level acre* all In permanent asture good 5 strand fence all rou nd, 2 good pond*, food well. rge barn w/hay storage, stalls nd metal eqiupt shed, rood corals, squeeze chute, hazing fence olding lots and other features make slock handling easier. 3 ilei from blacktop, 2 bdr. mod. welling priced for quick sale at M.OOO. acres all open pasture, just off lacktop, easy drive to Pra Irie rove or Fayetteville. Prairie rove school jyatem. very nice 2 xlr, mobile house permanently set '/rock pat io, good well small am, total price 113,000. n Prairie Grove large 3 bdr. v/den approx. 1 acre corner lot, car garage, handy to stores, chool or churches, in good con- it ion and priced to sell right, 19.900. total with terms available. in Prairie Grove on large cvel lot near school, spacious S ·xlr. Hi bath carpeted, paneled, ots of cabinets, closet* and ahel- es all brick exterior, 1 car port ent, heat and air, approx. 2 year Id and very well kept. $25,000.00 olal price, terms available. n Lincoln on nice 100'xlSO' lot, bdr. l',i bath, carpeted, cent icat and air brick construction ots of cabinets, storage and closet arport and utility, small storage luiLdins. many other fine features iwner relocating needs to sell. To. a] price $20,000.00, terms can be rranged. TO: Jacqiwlyn Kay DJxon Davis Walters, mother TO: David Aaron Davis Sr., lather OF: David Aaron Davis. Jr., a Minor S OF ntTAKDIANSHIF PROCEDURE Take notice thai on the 12 day or June. 1971. a petition was filed by Ivan H. Smith, Attorney for Arkanua Social Ser- ·Ices In tha Probit* Court of Washing on Couly, Arkansas, to haw {· certain child) named David Aaron Davis. Jr.. declared fa) dependent (c*ik*d and to take from you the custody and buard- irtshlp of 443d (child) and lo appoint arthtr som« sullabls person aa (its) guardian with power to consent to'.lhe ·dopllon ot said (child) or to place WARNING ORDER No. N-471 FTI Uw Chancery Court of County. Arkansas Jantts £, Preslon Plaintiff VA. ' I.inda Kay Preston, Defendant Tha Defendant is warned to appear In this Court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the. Plaintiff in the above entitled cause, Witneu my hand and seal of tfcts Court this tth day of June, 1971. Alma Kollmtyer, Chancery Clerk By Kathleen Hara**s, D.C. (Seal)' 4lc 3, 15, 22, 29 said (child) In some s his stale for the cars and guardianship of dependent children. low unless you a ppear wittihi twenty days after the date ol thl* nolt« and ^how cause against such application. th« petition ahull be taken as eonfesaed and ft. decre, granted. BY OWNER bedroom, Itf baths, carpeted. «nbm] Ir/heat. den with woodburning fireplace ishwastwr, double electric ovens. En. tosetf tack yard, conrenient to ccbooli Phone I42-25S1 or 531-31M. borne In Probate Clerk Ruth E. ROBERTS Fayettaviile, Arkansas Karen Combs DC 2te 15, 22 TO: JacqueLyn Kay Dixn.Davis Walters. Mottier OF; Leroy Stevens, in, A M!nor_ NOTICE OF (iCABDIANSHD PROCEDURE Take notice that on tha 12 day ot June. 1974, a petition was filed by Ivan H Smith. Attorney for Arkansas Social Sen-ices in Me Probate Court of Washington County, Arkansas, to have (* certain (chlM) named I*w Stevens IIT declared («) dependent (child) and to take from you Ihe custody .and guard l»iVhtp of said (child) and to appoinl further some suitable p«raon ai (its) guardian with power to consent to the adoption »T said child or to place salt child i n some suitable home in this stale for the care and guardianship of dependent children. ' Now unle*s you appear within, twenty days after the dale of this notice ant show cause againstnnck appllualkni.; -Uit, petition shall be taken as confessed Jute U» decree panted. Daled 6-12.74 Probal* ClertE Ruth E. Roberts Fayetteville. Arkansas SEAL 2tc 15, 23 Karen Combs D.C Woman Asks $12.5 Million In Drug Suit TAMPA, Fla. AP )-- A 24- year-old mother confined to a wheelchair is company for suing $12.5 a drug million, AHiamcn TIMi$ r Sal., JWM 15, 1974 r*vrrrvviu.B.; A«it*M«A» 11 r»^;jaH..^'iJ^tT n -"x:[;;L,..^^,^:j. n v B .";: We have already printed a column on "what .teens like best about their parents." Now comes the downbeat: herewith some parental actions or attitudes that upset teens most: "My parents always say, 'I've been where you're g o i n g , so shut up and listen.' They don't expect anyone who Isn't a taxpayer to have an opinion." "It's easier for t h e m to NEW SUBDIVISION Cow starting two-three-four bed- oom home?. All have large fam- ly rooms with fireplace, T w o baths and large two car garages. nil bui.lins. Quality construction hroiighout. Drive up Mockingbird :*ane loday and choose your home, financing available. GINTONIO BLDG. CO. Phone 521-3373 after 5:00 p.m. or 521-1T53 9 ajn. to 5 p.m. Home Loans FHA-VA CONVENTIONAL Call C. R. BATES 521-3325 S BEDROOM. 3 t»th home 2 _. tfarnge, carpet, ch/ea. Unte yard. SbaAc trees, chain Mule tenc* taelr. 4 block: V.A. Call +42-HBS. BY Owner -- S% wjnlty buy brick, ch/oa wllh formal livmgrcx 53-6309. fir*place , £34,500 GONE . out of slatt and mint sell IhU .T.Jovely Jour bedroom, two bath. · .(Jen with «Ir«pUct, fully equipped -.illrhrn. central tie«t and air. sha» c«rpet all curtains and drapes. ·nd double garage. Private fenced -- *cky»rd with ea» gr"' "id *M«et- tMl court. Buy this one loday for U2.900. BUTTERFtELD ADDITION Northeast area of Faycttevi -- brick siding -- large dec in back -- pine trees planted den w/f I replace, wood included -1 B/Rs -- two full baths -- central heat AT Rir -- w/w carpeting -- rJ ra peri -- forma 1 Uvi n g roo m. Small down payment and assume existing loan. Ttotal price of M2,- *». MR-135. REMODELED OLDER HOME 3 B/R -- 1 bath -- separate dining room -- hardwood floor* carpeiing -- central heat -- large tree sharisd lot -- garden planted : growing. Only 517.500. MR-122. HOME AND BEAUTY SHOP Nice 3 B/R -- 2 bath home -- fcilchen w/buill-ins -- central heat -- wEndow A/C -- beauty shop ia equipped and In full operation. Good investment at t24,«M. OH-118 4 B/R HOME AND WORKSHOP Two story 4 B/R -- Ua bath -living room -- kitchen -- family room -- separate 1800 sq. ft. workshop, h e a t e d , lighted and Jia.s bath -- also has 9'xI2' storage building. Lot 112.'x230' completely fenced GB-216. OWNER FINANCING A 3 B/R. bath, basement garage Ac workshop area on ] ,i acre. 2 B/R. hath, super large kitchen on adjoining ',2 acre with a 2000 sq. ft, e *tra building with refrigerated areas. Your choice at $22,500 or buy both rent one! Also IS acres west of fr'armington. Small pond drilled well with little 2 B/R house at (19,500. PONDEROSA LAKE ESTATE Two «tory horn* on Jake front lot _ Beaver Lak« - -- 3 B/Rs -- 2 baths -- den -- utility room -- 6«* -- boat italli -- all electric home -- nice area of permanent resident* -- 20 mini, to SprlngdaLe ·nd 2S mfnt. to Fayetlevilie. tl~ TWO bedroom duplex, like new condi tton, large chain linked kt, flose-1 on Hig-ay 16 West, ^IS.jffi). Fhcme 267-322S NEW HOME on distinctive lot with all exlras -- woodbuminy fireplace, air con- drtioninu, djahwaaher, »lf-cte»nlng o\-*n, Iflrge deck, MLy carpeted ard mudi more. Priced nt K5,3». CaU 331-2850 for ap- ORDINANCE NO. 2001 AN ORDINANCE GRANTING PAY- ETTEVTtLE TRANSPORT ATIOM COMPANY A TEMPORARY MORATORIUM FROM TIIB REQUIREMENTS OP PAYING AN ANN0AL LICENSE FEE OF ON'K HUNDRED DOLLARS (HOO.DQ) PLUS THREE DOLLARS (*3.00) PER TA XIOAB ; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. ...... - .. : · WHEREAS, Section SO-Zt^OT eUeville Coile ot ..Ordinances" ._, ____ s.fcab companies operating wilhln'.Uie City ul F\)yetleville ID p«y an annual icense lee oT One Hundred Dollar* (5100.00) plus Three DolSan «3.W p«r tajlcab; and WHEREAS, Fa-enevtH* Tmnaporta- lon Company la Uie . only taxicab company operating within live Ctty of F»y- tlevNIe; and WHEREAS. FayctUville Taxieab Com- any has been operating at LI loss for he past several months but desire. (D continue rendering taxicab service to th« of KayeUcvLlle without raisin* ta fares; and SVHBREAa, th« Bo*rd of EHrwtori ttu iwd Unit it would be in the bett of the City of Fayettevllle [I vftte TransporUitlort Company s i Is operalions anrl does not raise Us fares; And WHEREAS. Fayetlevllle Transportation Company will not b« able to continue n operation, without raisin; [(s fares. uniess a temporary moratorium on the license fees requ I red by Section 20-22 ot the Fayetteville Code .ot Ordinances s Grftnted, NOW. THEREFORE , BE IT ORA F N E n BY THE BOARfi" OF" iSRIJC 1 TORS OF THE CITY OF FAYETTE- V1I.1.E, ARKANSAS: Section 1. That FSyettevillt Transpor- ilioci Company be, and is hereby, granted a one year moratorium on the claiming she contracted polio while changing her baby's diapers alter the infant was immunized against the disease. The suit by Sherry Givens of Auburndale, near Tampa, is being heard in U.S. District Court in Tampa. It accuses the Lederle Co.. makers of an oral polio vaccine. with negligence and carelessness in distribution of the drug Trivalent Oramune. She claims she became paralyzed in both legs and lost par tial use of her arms in 197? after her daughter, Wendy Anne, Vk, took the poliomye- Htis vaccine in three doses be ; tweeti ' ' November. 1371 and JaQUary,1972vThe child has rot been affected. I ' "She was my first baby and I was concerned about her health," Mrs. Givens said in court this week in explaining why she had her daughter immunized. "I wanted to make sure she got the best care." The suit further charges Lederle with failing to notify the profession that it has voluntarily paid thousands of dollars to persons who allegedly contracted polio through the drug. Mrs. Givens' attorneys told visiting federal Judge George C. Young that the virus could have been transmitted to the mother through Hie stool of the child within two weeks after the immunization series. In a letter read to the court, Lederle admitted, "There has been evidence of paralytic disease following injestion of oral polio vaccine and some evi- dehcie^of .cases; ,in which it has been.'eontr'acted " through dose contact?*.-.-. . . . . - - . However, Lederle, a division of American Cynamid, said, say *Np' and leel comfortable. Uiah say 'Yes' .'and worry all evening while I'm out." "My folks have never got over ·depression psychosis' -- the idea that success is measured economically. Their main worry is money and they fail to enjoy We, except alter a few drinks." "They boss too much, listen too little, and do too m u c h snooping." '"If they just heard of me dong something wrong, true or not, they'd kill me f i r s t and ask questions later." "They shield me so much hey won't jet me get experience and then t h e y use lack of experience' as their reasoa for N«! Mom always starts up, 'Now, when I was young. . . (meaning I'm spoiled rotten).-·'but'.'she's forgotten ' what it's-feallyr like to be young." "I can't stand my parents' constant fights, but if us kid's fight, they're all over us." "I get more understanding from my dog. My folks never show any love for each other, for us either. No sympathy or appreciation -- nothing E" "They make things too easy for me. At 17, I'd like the freedom to goof up on my own." "They expect me to be more adult than I really .am.: At, 17, I need more direction."-:' payment of the annual license lees required by Section 20-22 of the Fayetle- b« In full force and effect from and nTter ils passage, approval and publication. PASSED AND APPROVED THIS 7 d*y of May, 1974, APPROVED RUSSF3J., T. PURDY MAYOR ATTEST, CITY CLERK · .. · . · · , (Seal " · 1 i P. J. TOBIN ITC 13 "Mom and Dad expect me to be perfect. No m a t t e r . h o w much I achieve, they come up with suggestion on how to do better next time^ It takes the pride right out of you." 1 "They've done a great j o b raising me, a lousy job raising my 8 year-old brother." "They ask a lot of questions, but don't listen to the answer." "They won't let me be me." . "They laugh when I ' m . n o t joking." "They're divorced and always competing for my love. Can't they see I have enough for both?""Dad took off and Mom plays around every n i g h t , so I'm stuck baby - sitting the kids. "I get pushed when Mom says, 'Mind your father' even P.US ND SUE BOTTEL ill Just How Bug 'Em ** . . . . Bia[EiBi*n;!ffi!!!3E3j!j3iMlE31W:llBI!ES f she knows he's wrong, just o keep the peace." "They're losers ! !t "They understand me so well ! can't get away with a thing!" ' - '" .·' -- ' -· ' '·· : ' Young people were equally outspoken in their answers lo 'What ' upsets your parents most about you?" They .wrote: "My terrible mouth. It's always getting me in trouble.". "My parents get upset with rte when I argue. Lately 1 just keep quiet so. we can get along better. And you know what? -K i i " works! '"They're wild because I've started liking a black guy. and .hat's crazy because they brought us up to be nonprejudi- cect. Guess they meant interracial dating is fine so long. as le's the same color." "What chills Dad most is that horrifying word S.E.X. When we t a l k , we stick to safe subjects. like golf." "I'm super - critical, w h i c h bothers my folks who always try to see the good side." "They flip w h e n I'm late getting home. Funny how · t h e y never, remember all the times I've-,been HI early." "My folks-'h'ate it when I'm right and they don't want to admit it." · . . , "They worry about pot when they should be worrying about :ooze." "They worry about guys, and told me all -I should do is 1 hold hands. Confidentially, that's not all I do." · "I don't knowwhat upsets my parents most, bill lying, 'drink ing, dope and boys are 'No-Nos to them. To me, they're norrha parts -of a teenager's life to day:"., -j.- : .'.' : ^:.\ .. ; . -..."My folks think I. act withou thinking,' which I do." "What do I do that upsets my parents most? 1 wear blue jeans, no shoes, no bra, anc I smoke and go with long-hairet boys. Guess that's plenty right?" "They're all worried .becaus they think college will liberal me into some guy's bed. I hasn't yet!" Wallace Campaign [ommfttee Flics inancial Report WASHINGTON (AP) - Alabama Gov. George 'Wallace's national political commiU*« aid more than |30,000 to a ii- ect mail firm during the pist three months, showing by (·» r he greatest reported spending f any potential 1976^ presidtti- al candidate. -. · Reports filed with the government show that despite ' t h e eav'y outlays, "the Wallace ommittee nearly, doubled -its ash on hand during the three- month 'period. - ' ··· The committee ' had $431 .2i4t s of May 3'( far more than o m m i t t e e s backing Sen. Charles Percy, R-II1., and Sen. Walter Mondate, D-Minn. Thny vere the only three potential andidates' who fije'd .reports by ie June 10 quarterly deadline. The, pice of. Wallace's furiri- aising stepped .up from earlier n the year. He received $452.:53 during March, April and Uay compared to $179,344 dur- ng January and February at ·eport'e'd previously..; About 95 per cent of dona- ions received by the Wallace campaign .were less than $100 each. The committee also took n $123,265 .from sales of various items'. ' ' By contrast. Percy and Mondale' each- received more than ialf their funds from a few hree-and-foiir-figure contributors. ; All three men, have. taken the stance that' they are evaluating the political situation' and have not formally declared their candidacies. Other potential candidate j such as Nelson. A. Rockefeller, California Gov. Ronald Reagan and Sen. Edward M. Kenn^.v. D-Mass;, have not set up ^n- hiittees (hat 'have regisl-" d under the federal campaign finance law. . ' Th* TIMES Is On Top of If* News Seven Days a WeeVI , , "Expert opinion is in agreement that the oral polio vaccine is a generally effective and safe method" of immunization. NOTICE TO PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS The City of FayeUevillu will accept sealed bids unit] 10:00 a.m. on J A33UAIE 6V4% Joan or refinance two bedroom frame home Irimmpd [n hrlcV tile bath, very nice klU*en, quiet neltfv faoriiood p 15 Rebectm, Ptwrn; U2-42R5. Uflol Notices- No. CH 74-iM IN TUB CHANCERY OOORT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY. ARKANSAS PAULETTE GERALDINE GRIGG t PLAINTIFF S V. i WINDI.K IIASCAT. GRIGO DF!FENDANT WARNTrVr, ORDER STATE OF ARKANSAS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEN TMNT: r You an hereby warned to appear [n : I he Chancery Court ol Wnshlnstoti County, Arkansas, within thirty (30) days : tt answer the complaint of Ihe plaLntilf 9 Paiilmic GfrnMine Grisis, und upon you (allure lo rto so_ same will b« taken as confessed. Witness · my hand as Clerk of the Washington County Chancery Court nnJ - the s«U (hereof, on lb« 2» day of May, ' 1974. ALMA KOLLMEYER, CLERK h Seal) By: K A T H L E E N HARNESS, DC - 4VC 1, S, 15, 22 27, 1974 for Bid No. 262 for two.way mobile radios. Bid forma and apecilica- tioni may be obtained from the City Manager's Office In the City Administration BuUdlrff on West Mountain Street. The Cily reserves tti« right to accept or reject nil bids, to waive formalities n the bidding, and to tnnkc a bid award deemed lo be In the be«t Interest of Ihe, Cily, David McWelhy Administrative Assistant ITC 15 OnniNANCE NO. 2002 AN ORDINANCE TO RENAME 0 B E R M A N PARK "GREATHOUSE PARK"; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES, Yi'hcrcfts, the Citv owns and operates a publ;c pitrk located behind the Levi- Sir«ms riant which park Is presently known as Oborman Park; and WHEREAS. Ihe land on which sairl park Is locntrd was donated Co the Cily of Fajetleville by Jack M. Grcathouse and Bessie E. Creathouse out of concern Tor the community; And \VHKR.RAS, in orvter to exprest th« appreciation of the Cily of FayuilevLI e for said rionalion the Board ot Directors deems it desirable to rename Oberman Park "Gre.ilhouse Park." NOW. THERBFORK, HR IT OR- DAISED BV THE: EtOAR-D OF DIRF5O- Drives Corpse . CLAYTON, Mo. (AP)'-- A St. Louis County police detective was scheduled to go to Springfield,; to question a Texas man who allegedly drove the corpse of a woman to Springfield. Illinois authorities are holding Kenneth Thompson. 55. of Phillips. Tex. on $100.000 bond in connection with the death of Mary Rainey. 57. also of Phillips. Police said Thompson had appeared at a Springfield hospital Monday saying that a worn an in his car was ill. TRUMBO CO. CI-OM , KAUOtt I «· A RaUlm HillJ Drtv* JIEW tome, Unt« fc«m« , , Itor.s and m«, ftcr.f flmiliTM. fiJlr p°«l. «i!iw«jt«r. etc.. jrangt. H down to w t e , nu. iv:l'r,j txlow t»!utui. COMPLETE UNE Of = QUALITY, MATERIALS DISCOUNT PRICES BANKAMERICARD - MASTER CHARGE WELCOME DELIVERY SERVICE ALSO AVAILABLE IN ;! 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