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47--Real Estate--For Safe-- NEW Ihrcc bedroom house, IJi baths fully caroled, large lot. Hwy. 16 we»l location. I/)W down payment to qualified bu' cr. Phone 2G7-3223, BLVAHOME TO Buy, oxi. CQ aon. ' 1 4 0 ACRES Zones light Industrial and heavy commercial, central located. Call lor details. FARMINGTON 11 food level acres with barn natural gas and H2O. GOOD INVESTMENT Four room cottage on nice lot. walking distance UofA. J8500. 7 LEVEL ACRES with nice two bedroom h o m e link fenced yard, four stall barn, corral, pond, good shade and grass. ONE ACRE Suburban Sprlngdale with three bedroom brick custom built home two baths, fully carpeted, large rooms alt builUns, CH and CA double garage. FAYETTEVILLE REAL ESTATE Office 442-7031 3247 N. College J«rnr Watson 751-9422 Omer Verwers 412-8ur Thelma Culwell 442-7102 Barbara McClelster 267-3339 NEW CONTEMPORARY Wilh nalive stone trim and also woodbtirning fireplace. Extra large master bedroom wjth redwood deck in this 3 bedroom 2 full bath home in ROOT SCHOOL DISTRICT. Shaded lot. Only 533,000. Call 443-4316 for appointment. ROOT SCHOOL Pleasant living in this l u x u r - iously carpeted 3 bedroom home. Large stone fireplace! Constant comfort with'central' year round air- conditioning. Spacious carport. Workshop in partial basement. $28,500. Call Maurice Mechem at 4-13-1316 or 521-5463 for appointment. POTHAST REALTY CO. 443-4316 Floyd A. Pothast Jr. Maurice Mechem Flora Sisfrunk Floyd A. Pothast Jr. Maurice Mcrchem nora Slstrunk 443-431 521-54 443-34* 413-131 521-5403 443-3408 TWO bedroom duplex, like new eond tlon. nice fenced yanl, could easily converted to 4 bedroom house. Hwy. 1 West location. 518,500. Phone 267-3233. FOR YOUR COMMEHCEAL NEED CALL JAMES BAKER AT 521-130 7--Real Estate--For Sals-- 1X80 BLOCK rally equipped cabinet hop. going business. 3 bedroom house on acres, 300 ft. frontage on 62 West ItlRri- a- in Familngton. Call 3j73718 for eta I Is. 5 ACRES n Old Wire Hd. could DO devel- ped. or would make an ideal ome Tor the "clly farmer". For norc information, call James Buk- r at 521-1300 or niles. 412-5000. BAKER ASSOCIATES REALTORS 518 N. College 521-1300 REALTOR 47-Reat Estote-For Sate- BY owner. Four bedrooms, living room and fanilty room, fully carpeted, bill It- ln.j, Hfc baths, lOtoXW corner M. fenced yard. Close to UctfA, school nnt shopping. 1600 si. H. Phone 442-S516 (or *p- polntmcjil. BY Owner, three bedrooms and otIJce. IVi bath], 11 re place, central heal and a I r, carpet throu ghoul, fenced ya rd, Root School, 533.500. 531-6658. EVERYBODY reads lb« TIMES WANT ADS. You aret IN PRAIRIE Grove. Cozy 3 bedroom home with full basement. Heavily shaded lot. Walk lo school and town. Call 1S-2315 for appointment. BY owner. Rolling Hills Drive. Three bedrooms two baths, central heat/air, chain link fence, family room, lireplace. Call 367-37(5 after 6. 7.7 ACRES i!us 1973 Hillcrest Mobile Home n excellent condition. Located just iff Hwy 02 -- I mile West of ^armington. Natural gas, good wa- er, electricity -- A lovely setting. Only $19,200. Financing can be ar- gcd. ARE YOU LOOKING or a Email acreage near Highway 5 East -- just outside Fayetteville city ISmiis? We have several for y o u r looking pleasure. Located just off Highway 45 on Sasalrass Rd. HIGHWAY 265 Crossover Rd.) will be paved In Several new home*.are being built. Colors and accessories may picked by the buyer. Call us for information. BEQUETTE-PERHY CONST. CO. ,he immediate future, pai We have small and large tracts fronting this lighway Bnd located immediately 5ast of Fayetteville City Limits. Call us for details showing. 3535 N. College "Developers of Hyland Park" 521-6570 443-3780 442-2559 DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketcham BY OWNER: 1 acre Prairie Grove. a ,\ acre In garden with raspberries, blackberries 5c strawberries, chicken house. storm cellar. 6 room house, new Interior paint, attached garage. $1C,5QO with terms. Phone 413-5350, FOR SALE fay owner: 150 acre farm, lovely home, guest house, bunk house, stables, lack house, and barn. 100 acres In pasture, ? ponds, fenced and cross- fenced. One ol liie best In Northwest *HER NAME IS AlOrVULICE,rlQN£y OR MRS. MITCHELL.. .TAKE YOUR PICK.- Arkansas. Must sec to 23G5 or 521-5600. appreciate. 633- THRHS bedroom brick home, 1W baths, excellent condition, In Prairie Grove. Wall-lo-wall carpet In Uvlngroom and hall, central heat and air, carport, nice yard and garden, buy equity rmd assume 6% oan. Call owner at 816-3710. APPROX. 90 ACRES il m lies from. Fayettev ille near Strickler. Nice 2 or 3 Bdr -- Hi bath (needs few repairs), CH C A -- huge L-room with fircplnce -- family kitchen with lots of cupboards, Ex. new well, lots o£ water -- 2 ponds -- lots of timber. Storage, Asking ?38,500, make offer, APPROX, 151 ACRES 4 Ddr., carpeted home -- 2 baths, real nice. Large spring fed minnow pond, new metal building -- pas- lures, some bottom land with spring fed creek running through same, $75,000 -- immediate 1 possession. P. Grove school. FOUR ACEES in FarmLngton. 3 Bdr. frame with PRAIRIE GROVE Ready now--new 3 bedroom brick, ceiilral heat air. 2 baths, fireplace, upper 20's. New 3 bedroom brick. H4 baths, double garage choose colors now, ready in 2 weeks. These homes are on a quiet paved street near school nice residential area. Call Carl Reeves, builder, 443-2773 after 5 or see OR Angus Drive. EVERYBODY reads ths TIMES WANT ·OS. You ar«! HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL Helen Recommends Six Month Engagement liiailBlBH^^ Listed at a reduced price -- just $18,950. Beautiful 3 bedroom hcime in Valley Veiw, brick faced, IVi bath, air-conditioned double attached garage, sealed, ideal for adding a den or playroom, patio, city utilities large lot nt top of mountain with nice view. Hns n low rate Interest loan assumatalo or would VA or FHA. Good value. NEWLIN REALTY CO. 839-2522 or 835-2259 West Fork. Arkansas Legal Notices OK NITES, 442-5090. BAKER m 1 H ASSOCIATES kU REALTORS : 1618 N. College. 521-1300 5,000 FEET OF L I V I N G Space designed by Architect Fay Jones and located on a beautifully landscaped acre with a great view. 5 bedrooms, 4 baths, large ree, room, privacy galore. It's contemporary In design, of course, and planned for casual -Jiving. ' YOU'VE SAVED A B U N D L E They've reduced the price on this attractive .3 bdrm and den 2 bath brEck and frame on Stagecoach Drive. BulterfEeld school, carpeted draped, p r e t f y kitchen. NOW JUST $28,150. BRICK DUPLEX 2 bdrms, living room, kitchen and bath each unit. Cen. heat, 220 outlet for AC unit. Excellent occupancy rate. JUST §23,500. 3 BR DEN $23,800 Near new cedar frame home, 1!£ baths, central heat, complete kitchen newly redecorated, ready to move your family in. Will consider GI loan (direct) to qualified vet. Present loan approx. S 13 -^ ma i r be assumed. Sfarttw' 1085 N. -College 521-85ft Julie Eaves TM'!?SS Jan Henson "J" 6 ^ Wllma Coollck 521-10S Ixirli Stanton 442-8714 COUNTRY CORNER 23 acres of secluded valley close to Fayetteville. Mostly cleared and tillable, good well, Ihree nice stocl ponds, pole barn and fenced. Excellent two bedroom home with two nice rooms added. Good terms Call Col. Ihiffey Carter at 521-1300 or nites, 521-4122. BARER m i r^ ASSOCIATES REALTOR REALTORS 1618 N. College 521-1300 WANT AN INVESTMENT? 18 acres in Wesl Fork on Whit Kiver; City wnter. natural gas, clt sewer soon. Only ?24,500. Terms May be willing to divide into acre tracts. NEWLIN REALTY CO. 839-2522 Or 839-22S9 Wast Fork, Arkansas 230 ACRE FARM IT miles from Fayetteville. 100 acres in luscious grass; la mor acres can be cleared and seede Live stream, strong well, larg mrlng, solid 3 bedroom modern older house. Hay ehed, tractor she Terms to qualified buyer, $65,500 AND WORTH IT! GABBARD REAL ESTATE 1. IJ 412-5110 0.- IJ^J nights 521-5399 Your choice of 6 acre tracts (S choose from) on county road abo 1 mile from 71 Highway. One tra nearly all level with open fie! Some more scenic. $HflO. 25% dow balance financed by owner. Olhe on 71, similar terms. Also 6.0S acres 2 acres newly dozed, well loca ed. «00. 15% down owner , nanced. NEWLIN REALTY CO. . 839-2522 or S39-2259 · West Fork, Arkansai s TWO bedroom house, two block* (rmi tTTA. campus. 602 Frisco, lot 50x2L£ 16000. Phtt« 442-553 or 443-3757. ba th , HW floors -- gara ge -- orkshop and barn, rocery stores T d churches within the same ock on Hwy. 62. 29% down -- j ,, interest. r, REDUCED L $15,000 (needs small repairs) -- c Bdr. -- large Ii-room -- good 7 rden -- 100x160' lot. Immediate t cupancy. In Farmlngton on Old epot Road. C HE OSBURN BROKERS HIWAY 62 WEST ' "HONE 443-4466 c SUBURBAN ! REAL ESTATE CO. I"T^B Hwy. 45 E. 1 rm Phone 443-2050 "·*·"* Broker REALTOR non Shemooa am Brown 442-8S77 HOME GARDEN AREA !wy. 45 East. If you are looking or a nice home in this popular rea this 3 bedroom all brick home s just for you. Living room din- ng room spacious I 1 , a baths, en- lojsed garage with workshop, huge arden orea. §30,400. . U N I Q U E 'ew, 3 bedroom homo ready for ccupancy. Beautiful fireplace in Ivingroom, formal dinlngroom, ful- r equipped kitchen with solid As i abinets. % acre lot on 45 East. Only §29,500. B U I L D I N G SITES everal one and two acre tracts ow available in lovely new sub- Ivislon. 45 East. Ve have 2 acre tracts for 59,000. i FANTASTIC VIEW 0 acres of land, approximately talf open. f*/~\\ |"x v ^ or build- ng overloc ^ t } I _ | _ J *iver, large ponds 10 : ^^«- fc -*' 3*ayetteviUe ear Elhins. Terms available. §29,- 00. 10 ACRES ' ',2 miles o fl 16 West . 8 acres Of Beautiful woods with apprnximate- y 2 acres open for .building. Located about 51fe miles from Fayetteville. A lot oE land for such a reasonable price o£ §8,500, 40 ACRES Mostly wooded. Located In Brentwood area, approximately 4 miles rom Hwy. 71. J13.400 with possible terms. INVESTMENT PROPERTY Triplex with excellent occupancy, all brick, total electric, central air and heat, carpeted living room, two bedrooms, furnished. EXCELLENT VIEW 50 acres with beautiful, view, about 25 acres open with a few large .rees left. Approximately 10 miles from Fayelteville. $32,000, IMMEDIATE; possession. TWO houses ant 4 ]o1s (or sale in Lincoln, Arfr, 53,000. Cal Harrison Ark., 365-SE7 or Bafesville J93-66GS ntler 5:30 p.m. OOMMBRCIA Lr Property and Improve menls located at 1599 North College, Im irovem cnls readily adaptable for many xscs. For Information contact H. R. Put nam , P. 0. Box 1967, Houston T«xa 77001, Phone: (713) 74S-2566. NEW SUBDIVISION Now starting two-thr«e-four bedroom homes. All have large fam lly rooms with fireplace. T w o baths and large two car garages all butltlns. Quality construction throughout. Drive up Mockingbird Lane today and choose your home Financing available. GINTONIO BLDG. CO. Phone 521-3373 after 5:00 p.m. or 521-1753 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 110 ACRES 7 miles southwest o Fayettevill eon 265 Hi way. Jus right for small tracts. Sell all o any part. J. D. NEILL REAL ESTATE Rogers, Ark. Phone 636-37J9 BY- Owner thro bedroom brick horn garage, large lot, 6% loan, FHA approve located la Prairie Grove. 846-2373, NOTICE Ia V TIIE PROBATE COURT OF he MASHTNGTON COUNTY, AfiKANSAS T ^ THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE ' F Edward B. MerEwelher, deceased III No. P74-130 fol a si known address of decedent: 1445 ..,, ardwell Lane, Fayetteville. Arkansas " ll 2701 · to atfi of death: May 27. 197-1 . W3 An instrumen [ dated July 12, 1D71, m odtcll tfated November 21, 1972, was ,. n the 9Lh day o.' July, 1974, admitted W o probate AS ttie ]ast will of the above J}e amed decedent, and the undersigned as been appointed executrix thereunder. *. contest of the probate of the will "l an be effected only by filing a petition un vilhln the lime provided by law, QQ AH persons having claims against the £*· state must exhibit them, duly verified, ·"·· o the undersigned within six months rom the date of the first publication D nl tills notice or Ihey shall be forever BITC d and prccl uded from any benefit n the eslale. OP This notice first publfshed IS day of p July, 1ST4. , T Katharine M. Hengler , (Executrix ol the estate) ie Of Edward B. Merlwelher sil C-o Davis Douglas f, AUornevs P. 0. Box 234 Sprlnsdale, Aritnnsas 727W h( 3Tc 15, 22 sr IN THE CHANCEHY COURT OF 6 WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS s NO, 74-189 f t, LAURA COX, ' PETITIONEII u Vs. g EX PARTE RESPONDENT D NOTICE Notice t3 hereby given that there hns , Men filed In my oKIce as clerk ot Wash- t jiglon County, Arkansas, Chancery tl ^ourt, a petition for the continuation f of the litle to: Part North half of (lie Southwest quarter of the Northeast quarfer of Section a twenty [20) In Township fourteen (14) tr North ot Range thirty-two (32) West, described as follows: Beginning at the Northwest corner ot n said twenty acre tract, and running, y Ihence East four hundred MM) feet; L. ihcncc South two hundred ten (210) feet; ' thence West four hundred 0300) fee ; -thence North (wo hundred ten (210) feet (o the place of beginning, containing one p and ninety-three hundredth* (1.93) acres, more or less. And the quieting of the title to the same p Jet Laura Cos, petitioner herein. ., All persons claiming said randSj or any interest therein, are hereby warned ' o appear in the Washington County s Chancery Court within four weeks from o the dnte of the first publicadon of (his ^ notice and show cnuse why title should. a not be confirmed in Laura Cox. Witness my hand us clerk of (he Wash- ^ ington County Chancery Court and the V seal thereof on the 13th day of May l 197J. - ' T Alma KoJlmeyer 1 Chancery Clerk By: Kathleen Harness. DC (Seal) r 4tc - 1, 8, 15, 22 c ITAltXINO ORDEIl ' IN THE CHANCERY COURT OP £ WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS C COMMERCIAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE J COMPANY AND R. a. \7EAVER JR. i TR USTI3E-- PJ JVINT1FFS L Vs. GEORGIA E. BHADSHAW HOLLIMAN. COMPANY AND FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK OF PRAIRIE GROVE, ARKANSAS -- DEFENDANTS Vs. FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK -CROSS-PLAINTIFF Vs. GEORGIA K, BRADSHAW HOLLIMAN HARRY G. BA R R COMPAN Y AN D FARMERS AND MERdEANTS BANK OF FANDANTS ' The Defendant GEORGIA E- BRADSHAW HOLLIMAN U warned to appear In this Court within thirty days find ms we r the complaint of the Plaintiff In the above entitled cause. Witness my hand and seal of this Court this 26 day of June, 197-1- Alma Kollmeycr, Chancery Clerk By Kathleen Harness, D-C. (Scnl) 4Tc 1, 8, IS. 22 NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT HEARINGS UNDER THE- CODE OK ORDINANCES OF PAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS Jotcc Is hereby given thai pursuant o (he provisions of (he Code of Ordinances of the City of Fayctteville, Arkansas, the following applications have been id for hearing before the Board of Ad' jusfment in the Directors Room, Cily Ad. ministration Building; Fayelteville Arkansas, Monday, July 22, 1974, ai 3:30 p.m. Appeal Nn. 74-20 -- Mr. Robert Da o 3 In Block G In Broadview Subdivk on of the EH, NWT4, ol Section U, TJ6-H. R-30-W, as per pint of said subdivision on file In the Office of the Circuit Clerk ttntl Ex-Offic'o Recorder of Washington County, Arkansas, -- Application to vary setbacks. All Into rested parlies may appear and bo heard at satd lima and pi nee, Tha applications And other partJnent data are open and avail able far inspection fn the Office of Oily Planning, City Admin station Balding, FayettcvlLEe, Arkansas. All Interested parlies aro Invited to review these applications In said Office and discuss the details with tha Planning Administrator. Bobble Jones P J a n n l n g Administrator ITc 13 Dear Helen: It started when Dad began bringing Jerry home for diner. He was at loose ends after his divorce, and Mom went all out for him. The trouble was, she fell for him, so to protect Dad _ I tried getting Jerry interested to. i me. It worked so well that we fell in love and now want to get married. But Mom hit the roof when she heard. She say's he's too old -- he's 40, I'm 17. But the real reason is she is jealous. She says he's untrustworthy as he "tried to seduce her," but Jerry" told me it was" the 1 other way around. Now she's got Dad against him, and Dad is telling me what a ladies' man he is at the office. I've known Jerry three months and he's wonderfu.l My folks won't give their consent until I'm IB, and he wants me to come and live with him any- iway, but I'd rather get married. How can I convince them? -- In Love Dear IL.: Perhaps a six-month engage- snt might convince .them... less it convinces you that .rents are sometimes right. for the man's attorney to bring up the female accuser's past sexual history. · . So a dame who dispenses it freely, can holler "Rape!" and a guy 'goes to jail because he probably figured she meant him FBI Reports Significant. Crime Increase WASHINGTON (AP) Crime in llic United Stales soared up 15 per cent during [he first three months of this year, the FBI reported today. It was Hie second consecutive period reflecting a dramatic increase in the national rate ol murder, rape, robbery, assault burglary, larceny and auto theft -- the crime categories measured by the . FBI in its Uniform Crime Reports. The latest crime surge strengthened the pattern forecast by the 16 per cent over-al increase during the last Hire months of 1973. By contrast, th full-year figures for 197 showed a 4 per cent decline the first drop in 17 years, am the figures for the first nin months of 1973 showed the crime' rate was holding steady. The FBI figures, based on statistics reported by state and local police agencies across the country, are not considered totally accurate by the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration which has concluded from its own polling that the nation experiences at least twice as much crime as the FBI figures reflect. The FBI report showed that offenses in all seven crime categories totaled 15 per cent more than in the same period a year ago. Broken down by categories, the largest increase was 19 per cent for larceny, followed by if Norihwosl Arkansas TIMES, Mon., July 15, 1974 · FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS High-Level Arm Twisting Stalls Citicorp Note Plan WASHINGTON (AP) - A veek of maneuvering and some ligh-level arm twisting has stalled plans of Citicorp, parent company of First National City Bank of New York, to offer $850 million of notes paying 9.7 per cent interest. NEW YORK STOCKS Opening Prices Furnlstied by A. G. Edwardi Son t'A per cent for burglary and K per cent for rape. Murder ani assault each rose 7 per cent auto theft 5 pel- cent and rob bery 1 per cent. In the breakdown by popu Dear Helen: I'm facing a necessary I think they're going overboard to protect women' who don't need protecting these days. How can you take some- liing away from a person who las already given it away'.' -- T.W.J. Dear T.: Why should a woman's past sexual 'history be used against ler \yhen; the accused rapist's 'ormer brushes with the law cannot be used as evidence to show him capable of the crime? And consider this: you.'re en route to a charity function where you'll donate 5100. On the way, you're mugged and robbed. Because "you were going to give the money away,!' is stealing it then permissible? And do you deserve the lump on your head for being "gener- us"? Sorry, friend, I don't think they're going overboard to protect women a'gainst rape. It's a vicious, brutal, degrading crime and all too common these days. -- H. lation, were than the sharpest increases communities of less 10,000 where the bigges surge was 33 per cent for mur der. Only cities of more than om million showed any significan crime decrease. Taken togeth er, big cities reported an 8 pe cent decline in robbery, a 4 pe cent drop in assault, and a per cent decrease in -motor ve hide thefts. By region, crime increase the most -- 23 per cent -- i southern states. Western state central states listed a 9 pe cent increase. 13% 15M .. 414 . . . 3 6 . 703s .. 48'/i .. 5% . 1414 EPA Funds For State DALLAS, Tex. CAP) -- Env ronmental Protection Agenc funds obligated for construction of wastowater treatment facilities in Arkansas during fiscal 1074 totaled $9,069,276. EPA officials said a total of $69.1 million was obligated for such facilities in Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Arkansas. Ark Best Corp . Amer Tel ? Tel Ark La Gas Baldwin Campbell Soup . Central S W Jhryslcr )el Monte Dillards asco G Edwards .. imcrson xxon "ord 'rentier Air ... Gen Growth .. Mtrs Gordon Jewelry nil Harv -T-E Imperial F C Penney yevi ..ing Temco tlarcor Pan Am World Air . 'hillips Petro Pizza Corp Pizza Hut v. ialston Safeway Sears ·-··· Scolt Paper Shakespeare ..."-ou Pac Texaco . , Tri State Mtrs Union Carbide United Air y. · Victor Wai Marl WK Ark West Gas 13'/s-13 r !s Kearney Natl 5-514 Minute Man 1%-VA Pioneer Fnods -.-.. 434-514 H K Porter '. 31M-3214 Std Regis m-14 Tyson Foods 8M-9 Yellow Frt 4BW-4914 Averages Inds up 6.50 Trans up 2.13 Ulils up..61 Volume 4,320,000 Commodity Openings July corn 3.20 Nov soybeans ..... : 6.59 Strauss 1714 9% 2514 0% .... 1814 Home builders, savings and loan institutions and federal regulators have raised loud voices against the notes, in an effort to protect the housing industry. Today the House Banking Committee opens h e a r i n g s ' o n legislation that would extend federal regulation to notes of the type Citicorp has proposed. Rep. Wright Palman, committee chairman, has said the Citicorp action couldn't have come at a worse time. He said billions of dollars of other corporate notes a r e con- emplated if Citicorp succeeds n its plan, f u r t h e r disrupting... he financial competitive situation here t h r i f t institutions are to lower interest rates than savers can get on the open, market. Citicorp plans to sell its notes in denominations as small as . $5.000 and pay 9.7 per cent interest at the outset. Later the interest rate would float 1 per cent above the rate for U.S. treasury bills, which currently earn buyers about 7.8 per cent. The interest rates aren't attracting enough money for savings and loans to meet the demand for housing. In the last three months the excess of withdrawals over deposits amounted to $1.1 billion, and the trend has been underway since last year. New housing starts arc in the midst of the deepest decline on record. F e d e r a l Reserve Board Chairman Arthur F. Burns ap- 35% 7814 . 5'A 25% .. 714 , 39% 2514 26 Vi pealet! to Citicorp in the public interest to hold off for at least two weeks. Citicorp has not agreed to Burns' request for the delay, but it also has not started to sell the notes. operation hysterectomy. ['m not especially worried, but [ can't stand these women who feel they must recount every ·surgery, telling how they suffered, "what to expect," etc. What can I say to horribly helpful visitors who leave me so depressed? One woman especially makes me feel I will scarcely be female after I have this operation. -- Facing Surgery Dear F.S.: Don't you believe her! Listen to your doctor who will tell you that a hysterectomy, as performed these days, and with possible hormone treatment afterwards, has no effect on femininity. And tell your "helpful" friends you'd rather God take you back on the Installment plan than foreclose all at once. -- H Dear Helen: I am 29 and single. I thought people were "liberated," but when it comes to a single woman approaching 30, they still think youre either strange, queer, or a loser. And men shy Dear Helen: Our children are grown. I'd like to finally use my brains away. To tell the several very truth, I've had satisfactory af- and college education in an interesting job, and I'm sure I could find one, as I have ambition and also good connections. But my husband 'thinks I should continue with volunteer work, as we don't need the money and I'd just be donating more than half of it back to the government in - income taxes. Raising money in society benefits and visiting hospitals twice 'a week is great, but not 'ulfilling. I. need to prove that I can earn my way, perhaps :arve out;a career. I sense my msband's resistance is partially due to fear. How can I prove I won't draw away from hrm just because [ want what he has: a place in the world? -- Wife Af A Company Man Dear Wife: Why not prove it by doing it? Find that interesting job, and show your husband how much more vital and aware you are. (To and of him also!) Good luck! -- H. Stock 'Car Racing BRISTOL, Term. -- Cale Yar- 3orough, of Timmonsville, S.C., driving a Chevrolet, passed Buddy Baker on the final lap to win the Mth Volunteer 500 stock car , race at Bristol International Speedway. fairs, but I've yet to find the man I could live with all my ' life, though I'm still looking. '' My company is transferring me to the west coast, and I'm considering- a change of status. Is there any reason why I can t get the word 1 around^ that I'm divorced? Mrs. Dear Ms.: Why not? Actually, the end of an affair is a divorce without he legal papers, so you're only a marriage certificate away 'rom the truth. And who will check? -- H. Ms. Who Misses Sept eggs ....'. 63.25 July pork bellies 46.75 July wheat 4.40 Commons Complaint LONDON CAP) -- Maureen Colquhoun and five other MPs have signed a motion urging establishment of regular office hours for House of Common ·sessions. Mr. Colquhoun, a Labor member, said she wants to get home in time to cook her huband's dinner. One MP suggested that if Mrs. Colquhoun couldn't stand the Commons pace she should return to the kitchen. Housing Authority Pians Wednesday Meet The Fayetteville Housing Authority will meet at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday at Hillcrest Towers^ The agenda calls for discussion of a proposal for property on West Street, and the upcoming meeting of city and Housing and Urban Development officials on modification of Hie Urban Renewal plan ami the utilization of the old post office building as a city hall. The public meeting w i l l - be held at Central Fire Station at 7:30 p.m. July 22. Woman Robbed LONDON (AP) -- The front doorbell sounded in the apartment building where Cynthia Mango lives. "Flowers for madam," said a voice on Mrs. Mango's intercom. She opened the remote-controlled door bu;, when her caller arrived at the apartment, she found him armed with a gun as well as flowers. He escaped with jewelry worth $115,000. OPEN DAILY 9-10; CLOSED SUNDAY MON., TUES., WED. Got a problem? An adult subject for discussion? You can talk it over in her column if you write to Helen Bottel. rare ol Northwest Arkansas TIMES. Dear Helen: T consider myself an expert .'hen it comes to dieting, but J don't yak about it constantly. I know all the allowable foods, and If I don't always eat them, that's my business. Over the years I've lost several hundred pounds, and haven't gained all of them back, so I'm ahead of the game. But this woman calls me several times a week with "advice" for weight loss. She takes up every fad diet that comes along and insists I try it. I've had it up to here with her bla, bla, bla, implying I'm a slob, which I'm not. How do you tell someone nicely that you hale her weight talk? -- Bored By A Semi- Blimp Dear Bored: "Nicely" or not, get it across to this woman that she should go her wefgh and you, yours. And if she doesn't get the message, hang up! -- H. Dear Helen: There's a big hullabaloo about making it illegal in rape cases Diamond Found MURFREESBORO, A r k . CAP) -- Richard Calico of Huntsville, a carpenter, found a 2.35 carate flawless Silver Cape diamond here Sunday which may be worth about $5,000, a spokesman for the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism said. Max Love of Little Rock, the spokesman, said Calico, who is an employe of the state parks division, was · working at the Crater of Diamonds State Park Sunday. Work was halted, however when a thunderstorm came up Love said, After the rain. Love said Calico walked into "the muddy diamond field and sav a glimmer in the ground." Mut won't stick to diamonds, unlike other materials, he explained The Crater of Diamonds am the Arkansas Diamond Mine both located at Murfreesboro are the only diamond mines ii the United States. ' Freight Train Derailed GARLAND CITY, Ark. (AP -- · About two hours after i cars of a Cotton Belt frefgh train derailed near here Sunriaj afternoon, U.S. 82 was reopencc to traffic, but authorities did not know when train scrvici would resume. Trooper John Egger of thi Hope district of the Arkansa State Police said tour car overturned, but he said In cause of the derailment was no immediately known. No injury was reported. After the derailment, traffi was rerouted along U.S. 82 he tween Lewisville and Garlan City in Lafayette Count through the Spring Branch For ry. State Police did not kno what the cars were carrying but a spokesman said none o the loads contained any chem icals or explosives. 52T-352I AUTO DISCOUNTS 6-CYLINDER ENGINE DOES NOT INCLUDE HIGH PERFORMANCE ENGINES · 4-Cyllnder Cars $2.00 less · 8-Cylinder Cars $2.00 More · Air CondlHoned Cars $2.00 More 3 Days On// Charge It TRAINED MECHANICS WILL: 1. Install Kmart points, rotor,condenser, and choice of plugs in stock. 2. Set dwell and carburetor. 3. Time engine. ADDITIONAl PARTS AND SERVICE EXTRA WELL TUNED ENGINES SAVE ON GAS Use Your Kmart Charge Card Hwy._71 B North at Rolling Hilts Drive in Fayetteville, Arkansas

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