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· Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Friday, Aug. 2, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Strict Definition. Opposed lllMlMlMtMBllllllIMlMIIlM Obituary 1 WASHINGTON (AP) -- Two senators on the panel studying impeachment rules say Ihey oppose a strict definition of what would be required to convict President Nixon in a Senate trial. Sens. Robert C. Byrd, D- W.Va., and James Allen. D- Ala., said each senator would make his own judgments by his own standards. Byrd said a definition proposed by Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield is "an impossible definition," while Allen said 'it would be unconstitutional for the Senate to say .vhat degree of proof is required (or conviction." Slurling next Monday, the ranel will take testimony in :loscd sessions from senators vho want to 'propose various ules revisions. The committee has been di- eclod to report back to the Senate with proposed · rules :hanges by Sept. 1. Whatever it 'ccommcnds will be subject to ipproval by the whole Senate. Byrd, who presided at the afternoon session, and Allen jolh said they oppose sweeping changes in the rules, adding the existing rules seem adquate vith minor revision. ·. Mansfield sent the committee an 18-page overhaul ot the impeachment rules as it started plans for first presidential impeachment trial since aying contingency vhat. could be the opening to the 1868. It includes .. public, and probably television, all sessions of "a trial including Lhose when senators debate; sharp limits on -Chief Justice Warren E. Burger, who will preside, and a new standard-for conviction. Mansfield's draft says that conviction is the finding by two- thirds of that any mcnt "is the senators voting article of sustained impeach- by clear and convincing evidence." The provision was aimed providing a middle ground between the proof "beyond a reasonable doubt" required in criminal trials and the "preponderance of the evidence" requirement in civil trials. "I think it would be unconstitutional for the Senate" to" say what degree of proof is re- 'MRS. MHTIE JONES Mrs. Millie Belle Slandley Jones, 07, ot Finger Road, died Thursday in a local hospilal. She was born March 13, 1907 at Woolsey, the daughter al Roy B. and Nellie Hutchins Sland- ley, and was a member of 1m- manuel Baptist Church. She is survived by her husband, Lafayette L. Jones of the home;-five daughter, Mrs. Marguerite Hulchinson of Elkins, Mrs. Vivian Johnson, of Kansas Cily, Mb., Mrs. Nettie Jean Glasgow, of Little Rock, Mrs. Berlhalene Moore" of" Farming- Ion "and Mrs. Willene Staplctbn of Platt City, Mo.; three sons, Ray Dean of Kansas City, Mo., J. C. and David, both ot Fayetteville; three -sisters, Mrs. Opal Ferguson, Mrs. Oral Lewis and Mrs. Mildred Torix, all of Galena, Kan.; one brolher Allia Standley of Brenlwood; 21 grandchildren and 12 great- grandchildren. Funeral service will be 2 p.m. Saturday at Brentwobd. Church with 'burial under direction of Moore's Chapel in Brentwood Cemetery. CHARLIE PHILLIPS Charlie Phillips, 78, of Winslow died Tuesday in Farmersville. Calif. Born Aug. 18, 1895 in Mustang, Okla., he was the son of Tom and F a n n i e F. Jones Phillips. at Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Lora Mae Cutining- ham of Farmersville, Calif., and Miss Josie Phillips of Fairfax, Okla.; three sons, Virgil of Blackwell. Okla.. Alfred of years fine. · CARMO HESTER Lincoln -- Carmo Will (Bus) Hesler, 67, of Ihe Gentry community died this morning in a Fayetteville hospilal. He was born Sept. 2, 190G in Paonia, Colo., the son of Vernon and Teresa Will Hester, and owned and operated the Hesler Monument Co. in Bentonville until his retirement in 1365. He was a Methodist. . He is survived by the widow, Mrs. Lorena Chanley Hesler of the home; three sons, Bob of Kansas City, Mo., Ronald and Donald, bollv of Santa Fe, N.M.: a daughter,- Mrs. N a n c y Ament of Colorado Springs and two sisters, Mrs. Charles Troxel of Denver, Colo, and Mrs. Vera Armour of Santa Ana, Calif. Funeral service will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Gentry Methodist Church with burial in Ral:on Cemetery near Grove, Okla., under the direction of Luginbuel Funeral Home. John Dean (CONTINUED JHOM PAGE OjJE( in prison and a $10,000 GLENN VOGELE Glenn Allan Vogele, nine- year : old son of Louis E. and Frances Jeffrey Vogele of 'Fay- ay in St. pital -after an extended illness. He was etteville, died Sunday Loins Children's Hospit Sirica said he was giving Dean a month before beginning his sentence in part because of the illness of Dean's molher-in- law. SORRY NOT ENOUGH Dean's wife, Maureen, was not present for the sentencing: Standing before Sirica, Dean said, "I realize the wrongs I've done...but to, say I'm sorry'is really not enough." Dean pleaded guilty Oct. 19 1973, to joining a conspiracy designed to limit the original Wa tergate investigation and keep it away from the' door of the White House. Dean has- been cooperating with the special Watergati prosecutor's office since shortly Before he was fired by Presi dent Nixon April 30, 1973. The 35-year-old lawyer hai nought complete immunity bu the prosecutors insisted that h plead ' guilty to one count o conspiracy to obstruct justice. 'Dea'n w a s ' a n " explosive wit ness before the Senate Water quired said. for conviction," Allen Byrd called it "an impossible definition," adding 'every senator is going to apply his own standard." Blaze Levels Building Fayelteville firemen spray water on smoldering embers in the ruins of one of three buildings in the Southmont apartment complex, under construction on East 15th Street. The Thursday night fire, which, is being investigated for possible arson, lev- eled two of the buildings, causing an estimated $150,009 to $175,000 damages. (TIMES- photo by Ken Good) Congress Gives Parents Access To School Records WASHINGTON (AP) - - Under a little-noticed section of the omnibus education bi.. sent to President Nixon this week, Congress has given parents the right to inspect, challenge and protect their children's school records. ' · ' ' The authority, which "applies :q all schools receiving federal aid, is detailed in the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974. - - rejected by the P o n e a City, Okla.. and George of Arkansas City, Kan.; three brothers,--BiIl-and-Fendley of California and Cecil of Spearman, Texas; and five sis- lers. Graveside service will be 10:30 a.m. Monday at Brentwood Cemetery under the direc- ,ion of Moore's Chapel. ANDREW BAKER Andrew David Baker, 79, of Stilwell, Okla., died in a Tulsa hospital Thursday from burns received in a house trailer explosion. Born June 4, 1895 in Patrick, the son of Charles II. and Hattie Watkins Baker, he was a member of the Pentacos- tal Holiness Church. He is survived by o n e brother, 'Bill, of Van Bnren and To Oust Jones Stale Senators Deny That Pressure Was Applied The House that section. Senate, but several nieces and nephews. Funeral service be 10 a.m. Saturday at the Pentacos- tal Holiness Church in Stilwell. Okla., with burial in Chalk Bluff Cemetery under the direction of Moore's Chapel. at first inserted reversed itself by The Associated Press A majority ot t h e senators who switched sides and voted Thursday to oust Sen. Guy H. "Mutt" Jones Sr. of Coriway said pressure played liltle part in their decision. The Senate voted 21-12 July 12 lo oust Jones with 24 votes needed for expulsion. The chamber expunged lhat vote Thursday and then voted 25-6 to oust Jones, who has been convicted of federal income tax charges. Sens. Bob Douglas of Texarkana. Max Howell of Jackson ville, Olen Hendrix of Antoinc and George E. Locke of Ham burg voted with the minority "July 12, but switched their voles Thursday. Sen. Paul Benham of Marianna, who ab stained July 12, voled Thursday with the majority. Jones said in an interview after the vote that he though 1 the senators had received a "mass of threats, pressure and intimidations." , However. Benham said he wished that he had received more feedback From his con stituents. He said he h a d re ceived only three or four tellers after his first vote and one let ter after his second vote Thurs day. Benham, who had served in the legislalure only 18 days be fore the firsl vote was taken said he was not familia enough with the case lo make decision July 12. Sen. Joe Le Anderson resigned the seat am Benharn was chosen to replac him in a special election. Benham also said the scna fors were to have tempere their decisions by observin; 8rfmnis CimtS 212 X. Tnst Are. Faycllfirille, Ark, 12:01 PuWsheri folly and Sunday except Jannary 1, July 4, Tnankssivin' and Christmas. Second Class Postage raid at Fayetteville. ArV. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use Tor republica- lion of all local news printed In this newspaper as well as all AP n dispatches. RATES Effective October 1. 1973 Home npllrcry Ttf monih by carrier -- £ Single copy daily 30c, S'jntoy U.S. Mall In Wadilnzton, Benton, Madison Coun- Uei, Ark., Adair Oo,, Okb.: t month! t 8.S 8 month? -- 1 13.0T I YEAR 30.00 Cily Box Section ,,._.---- 40,00 Outside above counties: 9 mmlhi . _, J 5.50 B months - ]8.0( 1 YEAH , 34.00 ines' actions in the ' Senate, i id Benham said he hadn't had mple time to observe Jones. The item also wasn't included the governor's original call r a special session and, there- re, might not have been ger- ane, he said. Benhan said he also consid- red the fact that attorneys ad- sed the Senate that Jones' onviclioris were misdemeanors nder the Arkansas Con- itution. Federal law classifies icome tax conviclions as a fel- ny. ' Man Arrested For Vehicle Theft SPRINGDALE -- Larry Don ickcll, 26, of Springdale eing held in the Springdale ity Jail in connection with a eliicle theft from the Pepsi ola Bottling Plant on Hwy. 68 ast. ' According to police reports, ley apprehended Nickell or Iwy. 71 soulh a few minuzes f l e r receiving a call from the 'epsi plant reporting the thef' f a truck. A plant employe told police ie saw a man in the truck and old him to gel out. The man drove off, the employe said. ' Nickell is being held on $2,50C bond. Tennessee Picks Candidates NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -former Democratic Rep. Ra Blanlon and Republican Lama Alexander, once a White Hous aide, have begun the battle fo governor of Tennessee. "This fall we'll do just lik ftarry Truman." Blanton sai after winning-his party's nom nation in Thursday's primar election. "We'll just tell Ih Iruth and they'll think we'r giving them hell by telling Ih truth." Taking note of impeachmen developments. Alexander con ceded, "Any Democratic nom nee this year will be a substan tial opponent. I think we hav an uphill fight until Noverr ber." MISSED YOUR PAPER WE'RE SORRY! H you cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONE 442-6242 Dally 5 to 6:30 p.m. Satureay 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 6 to 9:30 a.m. "But after thinking it er...Jones- had beea convicted , while not an infamous ime, the minor crime of in- ime tax evasion, I decided it asn't the degree of the felony tat matter," he said, adding, The thing, placed a cloud over ie whole Senate." Locke said the reason he lianged his v o t e was that as Dng as Jones remained in the enate. the upper chamber was going.to be judged guilty..and ie credibility of the Senate "as going to be questioned." If the senators hadn't re- olved the issue Thursday, they ·ould be facing it in January, ocke said. "If the same action hat took place today had oc- urred in January, his district /ould have been without repre- entation, and now, they have me to select someone to rep esent them in the 1975 ses- ion." Jones is expecled lo appeal he Senate's decision, but Locke aid he expecled Ihe court to phold Ihe Senate. Douglas, who also said he got tile pressure from his . con- lituents, said, "I felt that for the best interests of the Senate and the state, the seat should Wednesday when it approved the final compromise version of the education bill. Under the act, no elementary or secondary s c h o o l or institution of higher education may receive federal funds if it: --Denies parents the right to inspect and review any and all official records, files and olher information about their children. . NEW YORK STOCKS Opening Prlcts Furnished by A. G. Edwardl Son STK MKT Ark Best. Corp 7% Amer Tel Tel 42% Ark'La Gas 18W Baldwin-. 7% Campbell Soup 27% Centraf- S W ; IS'/a Chrysler 14V'z Del Monte 17% Dillards 12V4 Easco 10 A G Edwards 4M Emerson 31% Exxon 75% Ford : 44% Fronlier Air ....' 4% Gen Growlh '.. 14% Gen Mtrs tZVt Gordon Jewelry 7% Intl Ilarv 22'/ 3 ie vacated." He hought a majority said he of Arkan- ,ans wanted Ihe scat vacated and "I went along." Hendrix said he assumed that mtil a few days ago lhat Jones vas still a qualified voter. He said he decided to change his p ote after the Ffoward County clerk reminded him that Jones' lame had been purged from he voting rolls in Faulkner lounty. Howell sain" that when he voted against expulsion July 12, ie said ho planned to supporl a move not to seat Jones when [he regular session convened in January. I-T-E Imperial J C Penney ..12% 6IW KATHRYN MCGLOTHLIN Kathryn Larayne McGlothlin, infant daughter of Barrel] and Martha Arnold McGIolhlin o( Siloam Springs, died on July 31. She is survived by Ihe parents of the home; one brother, Billy of the home; two half-brothers. Darrell, Jr. and Kenny, both of Fayelteville; one half-sister, Sharon Estep of Ihe home; the maternal grandfather, Mac Arnold of West Fork; and the naternal grandmother." Mrs. Ruby Manley of Siloam Springs. Graveside service will be 2 p.m. Saturday at the Baptist Ford Cemetery under the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. MRS. BONNIE MORRISON Lincoln -- Mrs. Bonnie Dobbs Morrison, 39, of Torrington, Conn., formerly of Lincoln, died in Torrington Tuesday. She was born Aug. 30. 1934 at Odell. Ark., the daughter of Perno and Jewel Rose Dobbs, and was a Baplist. Survivors are the husband, Ralph, three daughters, Terry, Tammy and Kelly, and one son, Allen, all of the home; her parents of Lincoln; four brothers, Omer and Johnny of Lincoln, Clinton of Farmington and Thornton of. Tahlequah; three sisters, Mrs. Rub-' Marshall of Paragould, Mrs. Rachel Campbell of Cane Hill and Mrs. Lavelle Howell of Lincoln. Funeral service will be 2 p.m. Saturday at the Summers Baptist Church with burial in Shady Grove Cemetery under the direction of Luginbuel Funeral Some. born in Fayelteville April 29, 1965. Survivors, in addition to the parents, are a brother, Louis Jr., and a sister, Teresa, all of the home: his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Au- ;ii£t C. Vogele of Hillsboro, \Io.; his maternal grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lisle Jeffrey of Columbia. Mo., and his maternal . great-grandmother. Mrs. Ophelia Shepard also of Columbia. Cremation services were held in St. Louis. A memorial fund has been established and honorariums may be sent to St. Louis Children's Hospital, Department of Pediatric Neurology, 500 S. Kingshighway, St. Louis, Mo., 63108. KD AMOS MARKS Huntsville -- Ed Amos Marrs, 72, of Huntsville Route 5, died Wednesday at a Fayetteville hospilal. Born May 20, 1902 at Pettigrew, the son of A.B. and Martha Jordan' Marrs, he was a retired farmer and a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors are the widow. Mrs. Bessie Ward Marrs of the home; a son, Leo Lester Marrs of Sitka, Alaska; a daughter, Mrs. Oleta Dale Johnson of Witter; two brothers, Loytl of Car- :erville, Mo., and Scott of Springdale: a sister, Mrs. Maudie Marcum of Joplin, Mo.; six grandchildren and six great grandchildren: Funeral service will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Huntsville Church of Christ. Burial will gale committee In five days last summer of nationall broadcasl testimony he described his attenbarice at mee ings where 1972 plans to wire tap the 'Democrats were dis cussed and said-he believed th President knew the origina Watergate investigation was be covered up. Counterfeit $10 Bills Discovered SPRINGDALE -- Severa counterfeit $10 bills have su faced in town this week w i t two discovered Thursday. Manager of the Cliamplin ga station on Hwy. 71 S o u t Gordon Baker, told police man in a green and while 191 Ford with a Kansas vehic license tried to pay for $8 wor of gas with what Baker w sure was a counterfeit §10 bil Baker refused the money an the man paid with two $5 bi!" The man said he and his wi would take the counterfeit b to the bank, Baker said. Afler the couple drove south on Hwy. 71, Baker reported the incident to police. At the First National Bank. Thursday a counterfeit $10 bill was discovered in Ihe dcoosit from the Sonora Store on Hwy. 68 east. Store employes did not remember the 1969 series C bill. Wedinglon Man Killed By Exploding Tire SILOAM-· SPRINGS - Dale oward McCoy, -42, ot Weding- n died Wednesday at Siloam prings Hospital from injuries uslained earlier the same day hen a tire exploded while he as inflating it in the Weding- in 'community. McCoy, born Feb. 14, 1932. at airview, Okla.. was a veteran f - t h e Korean War and moved o Wedington three years a g o rom Washington State. He is survived by two daugh- f Shreveporl. La.; two s o n s , t Shreveport, Loa.; two sons, erry and Glenn, also of hreveport; his mother, Mrs. uclla Ake ot Route 4, Siloam prings; a brother, J. D. McCoy [ Lavern, Okla.; two half-bro- lers, Len Gunsaulis of Route and Roy Ake of F a i r v I c w, ikla.; and two sisters, Mrs. 'atsy Shaffer of Sand Springs and Mrs. F,mmie Lue Derrick f Woodward. Funeral- -service will be 10 a.m. Saturday at \Wedington Baptist Church with burial in Vedington Cemetery under ireclion of Wasson Funeral iervice. Change Taken From Cigarette Machine A cigarette machine at the fairyland Drive-in, at : Razor- jack road and Hwy. 16, was broken into Thursday night while two employes, Chris and Patricia Ammons were cleaning up afler closing. Christ told Fayetteville police that he noticed the machine broken when he walked out to put it up and that 15 minutes earlier it had not been broken into. Both the employes said that they heard something sounding like a BB gun shot just before finding the broken machine. Police said that the lock was apparently pried open with a sharp pointed object and that an undetermined amount of money was taken from the change box. be in Cove Cemetery under direction of Brashears Funeral ftomc. MRS. NOLA UTSLER Springdale -- Mrs. Nola E. Utsler, 78, of 606 Virginia died today in a Rogers nursing home. She was born Jan. 15, 1896 at Cave Springs, the daughter of Jim and Elizabeth Boyd Shook. She was a member of the VB'W: auxiliary. Survivors are a son, Edmund Crank of . Springdale; two brothers, John Shook and Edgar Shook of Gentry; three sisters, Mrs. Ida Harris of Spokane, Wash., Mrs. Minnie Grammer of Springdale, and Mrs Reba Odell o f . Burkburnett. Tex. Funeral service will be Monday at 2 p.m. at Sisco Chapel with burial in Phillip Cemetery. Gospel Sing Set Tonight He also said the decision amend the original motion add the words "and or disqualify" after the word "expel" enabled him to vote against Jones. Howell said he had b e e n under "a great deal of pressure from young people in my district w h o did not understand why I voted the way I did on July 12." Lcvi Strauss Ling Temco 9% Marcor 22% Pan Am World Air 3% Phillips Petro Pizxa Corp ... Pizza Hut J»';» Ralston - 35% Safeway ...-.- 34% Sears :' 13% Scolt Paper 64 Shakespeare T 4% Sou Pac 29'/a Texaco 24% Tri State Mtrs 10 Union Carbide United Air ". 24% Victor 6% Wai Mart 19% Ark West Gas 13'/S-13 5 ,!i Kearney Natl 5W-5?'i Minute Man 2'/s-2'/S Pioneer Foods 4%-5 J i H K Porter 31%-32% Std Regis 13V.-14 Tyson Foods 8-8'A Yellow Frt i2%-43!4 Averages Inn's down 1.10 Trans down .85 Utils .............-. down ..20 Volume 2,600,000 Commodity Openings Sept corn 3.59% on People Helping People Directors of _ , f c Funeral Service ]Kjf Services: CHRISTMAH. Florence Eliia. be»h -- Friday. 2:00 p.m. Chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home. Rev. Walter Jesser officiating. Interment, Fatrvicw Memorial Gardens. McGLOTHLIH, Kathryn Larayne -- Graveside cervices, Saturday 2:00 p,m. Baptist Ford Cemetery. Rev, Whlsler officiating. iaptisl Or en Nov soybeans 8.46'A Sept eggs 50.05 Aug pork bellies 55.25 Dec wheat 4.53 Candidates Praise Senate Action LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Both of the gubernatorial nominees applauded Thursday's action by the Arkansas Senate throwing oul Sen. Guy H. "Mult" Jones of Comvay. David H. Pryor of Litlle Rocli, a Democrat, said the 25-6 vote shows that the legislature is responsive to the citizen's wishes. He said if people become indignant and concerned enough to voice strong opinions their representatives will act accordingly. The expulsion of Jones was inevitable, he said. Republican Ken Coon of Conway said he was happy over the vote but dicouraged that "it took the outrage and extreme negative feedback and my threat of write-in candidates to get them (the senators) to ex- ercize leadership that should have been exercised in the Beginning." . State Banks Report Rise !n Assets LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The state Bank Department said today that assets of the 183 state chartered banks had risen more than 20 per cent to a record $2.5 billion during fiscal agency said in a prepared statement that assets of the state chartered banks on June 30, 1973 totaled $2.1 billion. The report said loans and discounts totaled $1.4 million and represented more than 55 per cent of the total assets. The agency said total deposits reached $2.2 billion com- SPRINGDALE -- T h e s i x t h annual Sundown to Sunup Gospel Singing starts al 7:30 tonight in Parsons Stadium. Sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce, several Ihousand people from across the nation are expecled to attend. Tonight's performance will feature seven groups' m u s i c until 1 a.m. Saturday's performance, beginning at 7:30 p.m., will feature seven groups with singing continuing until Sunday dawn. A m a t e u r and semi - professional singing groups wil' compete in a talent contest al 1 p.m. in the Central Junior High School gym. Winners wil perform in the Saturda;, evening show and be eligible to compete in the American Gospel Contest later this year. In case .of rain during the gospel sing, the show will be moved to either the'high school or junior high school auditorium. Doctors' Offices Said Ransacked The office of Dr. C h a r l e s Boyd and E. M. Eidson at 105 N. Locust was broken into sometime Wednesday night ""ayetteville police said today. Sntry to the office was gained iy prying open a window in he back of the building. The intruders went through rawcrs in Dr. Eidson's office and took a metal box which ontained some keys. Dr. Boyd's iffice was ransacked with an envelope containing $12 taken and police found a box con- aining papers had been handled. Police said that a screw driver with a wooden handle was also found in Boyd's office. Stereo Stolen tape SPRINGDALE -- A deck, stereo equipment and :apes valued at $150 were stolei from Jerry Broughton's ca early today. Broughton of Fay etteville told police he left hi locked car parked at the Moore Inc. plant where he works Police believe a coat hange may have been used to unloe the car. Volunteers Sought Volunteers are needed to man he "Youth Hotline" operating between 6 p.m. and midnight aach evening. High school and college aged volunteers h a v e been manning the phone each evening. Any person interested should contact Morris Springer at 521-3063. The hotline number -- 4422662 -- may be called by any young person who wants to discuss confidentially a personal problem or seek reference con' corning parents, school, pregnancy, venereal disease, drugs, etc. EVEREST i J E N N I N G S WHEELCHAIRS FOLDST010" RENTALS t SALES Fayelleville Drof E. Side Square pared with the 1973 total of $1.9 billion. Total assets of the state chartered banks have increased 186 per cent in the past 10 years. The department said total assets of the state's 181 state chartered banks in 1964 totaled $897 million. N O T I C E LAND DEVELOPERS AND REALTORS Beautiful Paradise Valley Golf Course being offered for sub-division. Consider selling as golf course to right party. If seriously interested, contact Ellis Bogan. The TIMES If On Top of The Newi Seven Days a Week! M. William Fields CHARTERED LIFE UNDERWRITER The Finest in Life Insurance Product* 309 HathcoeK Office Building 310 North Block SL Telephone: 521-5178 FayeUeville, Arkansai T7JV. WHY NOT? You've wanted to join the golf-! ing scene all summer long, but you've hesitated to part with the money it takes lo buy a set of clubs. Why not get those new clubs the Classified way? By selling for cash those items you've been storing such a long time? A low-cost Classified ad will find a cash buyer for you . . . and you'll have the money you need to gel your clubs. You'll also want to watch Ihe Classified columns for a bargain buy on a set of good used clubs! PANASONIC lumlsble, speakers, radio ani! headphones, UireQ years old, well taken care ol, S175 firm. Phone xxx-xx\x. Whelher you are buying or selling . . . use Ihe Want Ads to get quick and economical results. NOETHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS 442-6242 MIRACLE REVIVAL SALVATION HEALING DELIVERANCE Evangelist Jack Martin International Radio Minister August 1, 2, 3 - 7:30 p.m. Ramay Jr. High School (off Hwy. 62, [uit west of Fayettoville)

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