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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 20, 1974
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Artantat TIMES, Thurv, Jun« 20, 1974 pAvrrriviu.1, IVEY Motor Co. «20 N. Coll«°e 442-8691 1973 PLYMOUTH FURY I 4-door V-8, outomotic, power slverlng, power brakes, air conidtioning, n*w Hre». $1820 1972 FORD PINTO 4-Cylind«r, automatic, buck- ·t »eat» console, white with gold vinyl top, low mileag $2020 1971 PLYMOUTH FURY III 4-Door sedan, 360 motor a utomotic, power steer 1 rg pow«r disc brakes, factory aii conditioning, local on* own $1420 1968 PLYMOUTH FURY 4-door sedan, 318 motor automatic, power steering air conditioning. $320 1969 PLYMOUTH VIP 4-Door hardotp, full powei and air, local owner, btw whh white vinyl top. $620 Uflal Notim OR DIN A NCi: MO. 'JfXS AN O R D I N A N C E W A I V I N G FORMAL D R K Q U I K E M T N T S FOIl THK URC1IASK 0¥ ONE TRUCK IX)AI OF O U K . I N C H SKWKR PJPE; A N D F O R ITIIKK PUKI'OSKS. W H K R K A S . the conlracl [tursuanl to lieh Uie oiy X Fayettevil!* pur. *s*s to-jr-lnrh wwer p'p* Ms txplrt-1; id WHEREAS, Iht City is in i m m e d i a t e of oc truck load of four-inch MW*T SOW. THEREFORE BE IT OR. A I N E O BY THE BOARD OF DIREC- ORS OF THE CITY OK PAVETTE- TLLE. A R K A N S A S : Section I. That puxMJint lr Ark. Sl»1. Sec. 1W12"', the ruralremervls rf ·ompeUUv* b'lldinir lor one truck had fourJnch wwer pip* be. - a n d hereby re. wnlverl /or th« r*a too thM the antract unJer *fhlch the Cily purchi M MK-er pip* has «tpir«d '*nd' the lly 1* in Immediate .i*ed of one truck r] of Mid pipe. Section 2, TTiat this ordinance shall · In Cull fore* and eflecl ln«m nnri 'ter Its pisisnxe approval and pubH itlon, PASSED AND APPROVED THI5 7 d*y of May. 19H. APPROVED: RUSSELL T. rURDY MAYOR TTESTr J. TOBIN 1TY CLERK Seal) aft ' ' " COMERS TO CHRYSLER CORPORATION NOW AT IVEY'S 4-Wheel Drive TRAtl DUSTER VOYAGER VAN 1973 PLYMOUTH FURY I 4 deer wdan, full power an $1820 1969 PONT|AC GRAND PRIX 2-door hardtop, full powi and air, bucket seat, console beautiful black finish $1020 (2) 1974 PLYMOUTH SATELLITE CUSTOMS *-deor iedan» with 3)8 en gine, full power and air, lo eal driver's education cars Sale* tax paid. Low mileaae $3720 each " 1969 CHEVROLET IMPALA 4-door, power steering, V-8 automatic, air. $620 1971 CHEVROLET IMPALA Putl power end o!r, gold i $1320 1966 PLYMOUTH FURY 4 door V-8, automatic, power ·tawing, oir conditioning. $220 IVEY Motor C'o. | 420 N. Coll*** 442-8691 ' i "The Starry Sky Tonight" is e topic for the Planetarium howing at Ihc University of rkansas next Tuesday rirghl. arol J. Webb of the Physics epartment faculty will be the emonstralor. She will be assit- I by Buddie Gilstrap. Two demonsLrations will bo eld. The f i r s t will begin at 7:21) m. and the second will follow t 8:20 p.m. They will he in room 117 of the Physics Build ig, Seats will be assigned on first call basis. However, re- ervations may be made by cal- ng 575-2506. The main attraction will be Je Model A-l Spitz Planelar- um display of the night sky, Higher Receipts Push Cattle Prices Downward KANSAS CITY (API -- Caltl jrices took a. tumble, after a mldinR action by cattleman pushed prices paid to producer: up sharply. The downward trend Wednes day was blamed on sharpij jigher receipts. This turnabout was most ap parent at Omaha and Siou: ity but also w;is noted at soni' of the other I t Midwest lermir al markets, said Bill Marshall supervisor of the Kansas Cit: Livestock Market. About 1,000 cattle feeder agreed :on the holding action fo: Monday and Tuesday in meeting at South Sioux Citj *jeb., !asl weekend. At th; :ime the feeders said the would not sell fed cattle for les than $40 per hundredweight. Prices rose to a high of $41 a Sioux City and $40 to $40.25 a Omaha Tuesday. An estimate 7,000 cattls were offere Wednesday at Omaha. Marsha said this was more t h a n thi receipts for Monday and Tuci day and well above the receipt for a week ago. Slaughter prices Wednesda were off 50 cents to $1 per hun dredweight in Omaha and off :o $2 at Sioux City. In Kansas City, receipts wer light. However, Marshall sai this is a normally slow period He said a hold-down in th hog market is also evident be cause of depressed prices bu indicated there may be im provement in that situation. A week jgo Wednesday, ho prices dipped to a low of $24.2 a hundredweight as compare with a high last summer $62.25. The price was up to $32.50 fo top hogs in Kansas City b Wednesday. However, because of the week's low prices, th supply remained down. Total UA Summer Enrolment Up Enrollment in the .Universit of Arkansas System totals 8,41 for the first session of the sum mer term, according to D Charles Oxford, interim pres dnet of the UA. This is an ii crease of 447 students, or aboi 5.5 percent, from last summer sj-atem enrollment of 7,968. The enrollment total include 4,012 students on the Fayete ville campus, compared o 3,99 last summer. The largest crease was at the University Arkansas at Little Rock, wh. t counted 2,318 registrations, 35 more than last summer. Enrollments for the 1973 ai 1974 summer terms at the oth um!s of the University a. University of Arkansas at Pin Z l u f f , 972 in 1973 and 1.009 1974; University of Arkansas Monticello. 609 and S74; Medico Center. 235 and 310: Litlle Roc Division of the School of Law 114 and 114; Graduate Scho of Social Work, 52 and 52, an the Graduate Instituete of Tecl nology. 31 and 26. .The Schoi of Medicine does not ho!d clas: «s during the summer month 1 therefore the Medical Centi enrolment represents only sti dents from the Schools of Pha macy. Nursing and Health Re lated Professions. Smiley Testifies LITTLE ROCK (AP) _ D George Smiley, prison phvs cian at Cummins Prison Farr said Wednesday that i doubted that the restrictive di given inmates in the punith wing oj the prison had resulU in any physical harm to them He said he tested for sym toms of anemia but found r such symptoms in the inmates He said the restrictive di' played no part in the weig! loss of i n m a t e Alfonso Grahan who went from 150 pounds · 112 pounds in about a month. Smiley made the remarks , a hearing before Judge , Smith Henley of U.S. Distri Court here into alleged i cidents of inmate abuse. Planetarium Program Set For Tuesday but other vkuil a i d s will b« used.on n i g h t s when viewing is good, a small telescope w i l l be s e t u p behind the building so t h a t those who are interested may look through it after the planetarium demonstration is over. Wins Sports Award Jamie M. Cowley. a basketball player at H a r d i n g College, has received the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference's l'J7"l C l i f f Shaw Scholar-Athlete award. Cowley, a social science major, graduated Magna Cum Laude this spring from Harding with a cumulative grade point of 3.814 based on a 4.0 scale. The AIC award, named for Commissioner Emeritus Cliff Shaw, goes each year to the conference's graduating senior who complies the highest grade point average and who has earned at least two varsity letters. Hearts Still Wail New Word Of Pally HILLSBORO. Calif! (AP) -A "quiet and grim" mocnl las settled over the home of newspaper executive R a n - dolph A. Hearst as the family awaits new word of their kid- naped daughter turned revolutionary. "They probably still hope that she will return." family spokesman John Lester told reporters Tuesday outside the home where fugitive newspaper heiress Patricia Hearst once lived. Lester said the family has not recovered from the shock of learning that 20-year-old Patricia was charged with kidnap- ing, assault and robbery in Los Angeles and b a n k robbery San Francisco. Miss Hearst was abducted Feb. 4 from her Berkeley apartment by the terrorist Symbionese Liberation Army. -atcr, in a taped message, she renounced her f a m i l y , said she bad joined the group and hud taken part in an April 15 h o l d u p of a San Francisco b a n k . Six SLA members were kilted in a fiery Shootout wilh Los Ar.- Re'cs police -May 17. Miss Hearst and alleged SLA members William and Emily Harris are sought as fugitives. Request Withdrawn LITTLE ROCK CAP) -Aetna Casualty and Surety Co., has agreed to withdraw an application for a 27.5 per cent r a t e increase for professional liability insurance for physicians and surgeons, the state Insurance Department said today. Insurance Commissioner Ark Monroe III said the Insunne* Department held hearings on the request in April and concluded that Aetna might justify an 11 per cent increase. Aetna said t h i s was unacceptable. Aetna said it might be forced to withdraw from the profes- ional liability market unless it received the 27.5 per tent increase, Monroe said. TERMITES?" CAU A D M I R A L PEST CONTROL ooch^ AnH Spiderv » THIS WEEK SPECIAL No. 3 Charcoal Broiled Hamburger, Golden Brown French Fries and Soft Drink 97 Offer Good Mon. thru Sal. Take your family to Minute Man. We have something for everyone. BOTH LOCATIONS minute man n you'r» hungry... only takes » minute m»nl 529 N. College -- 521-1062 324 W. Dicksnn -- 443-3123 FIRST FEDERAL UP TO? 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