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47-Root Ettafft-For Sale 47-Rea! Ertate-For Sale-INVESTMENT PROPERTY 12 TOWNHOUSE APAHT- MBNTS. Assume good loan. Small equity. Less than one year .old. Cnll C. B. Bales at 443-4316 or 521-6858. 5 APtAWTMENST with 2 bedroom! each close to UofA campus. Terms by owner. Call Floyd Pothaat at 443-4318. 'RUPLEX with 2 bedrooms each. Income 5220 per month. Priced at only J19.500 with 'terms by owner. Call 443-5416 NOW 21 ACHES '/, mile North ol way 45 East. $1.500 per acre. None open. Ideal for development or a secluded home. Call 443-4316 NOW. POTHAST IEALTY CO. 443-4316 10 ACRES 7 miles southwest of FayeltovlH eon 265 Htway. Just ight for small tracts. Sell aH o any part. J. D. NEILL REAL ESTATE Rogers, Ark. Phone S36-3749 2140 N. College Flora SlstrunX Maurice Mechem Floyd Pothast Jr 443-3408 3 PLUS ACRES -Modern comfortable home, 7 rooms Including three bedrooms and den 114 baths, utility room patio, city ·water, natural gas, shop building and double carport. Spring' fed pond. Chain link fence and uptown location with r u r a l flavor. Price ha. been reduced to $23,000. Flnancec by owner. 38 ACRES All but 3 acres In grass 2 ponds located ft mlie off btacktop on f ood county road. Good site fo uilding your own home or sub dividing. Priced 523,000 Quallfiet buyer can get good terms. NEWLIN REALTY CO. 839-2552 or 539-2259 -West Fork. Arkansas IN PRAIRIE Grove. Cozy 2 bedroom home wllh lull basement. Heavily shat «d Lot. Walk to school and town. Ca 916-2515 for appointment. 47-Real Ejft»»e-For Sale Legal Notice*-NIT PICKERS WELCOME But we warn you, It will be tough finding anything wrong w i t h Ihla decorated homo. Three 2 baths, formal 'living : . rooms, family room GROCERY-MEAT MARKET Veil equipped 'and doing good usine5 -- Located FayettevlUe -- 3olnB sood business -- Easy to handle, no experience nee -- Owner must sell due dealth -- will carry Jge bal. BUSINESS SITE Older type blag located on deep ot. Suitable for many types business -- Located vicinity 62-71 High' ways. Full Price $10,750.00. CHOICE LOT ON 71 HIGHWAY Corner lot located 2000 block N. College -- Owner has reduced price for quick sale. Jt will be worth lot more before it sells for less. DUPLEX A Good buy for home or rental investment -- Located at cor Hillcrest North Streets. (Near new medical center building). Income SZ40.00. Large note payable $148.400 per month. Full price (22,600.00. WE HAVE OTHERS FARMS 100 ACRES -- About half in meadowland, bal in trees on level to rolling land -- House old but live- able -- Good barn -- A dreamlike springfed creek runs the length of farm; Well fenced -- You won'1 see many like this available. Full Price §52,000.00. A REAL MONEY MAKING FARM 185 ACRES -- All but 18 acres of woods in good grass -- Well fenced -- On Illinois River -- New barn -Four poultry house, good ones -Farm home recently remodeled -2 car Corrals -- Loading is a money maker, come In and let us show you this one -- Full price 5160,000.00. tastefully bedrooms and tiiiilru, , . wllh fireplace, recreation room and one of the truly great views in town. Lovely carpet and drapes throughout. You'll love It and It's only 544,500.00. THE BLUE MOON AFFAIR Once in a blue moon, or less, an outstanding 5 bedroom executive type home appears that cnn be bought in the low GO's. Featuring 2 level design with large family room plus book shelves, formal Ilv- Jng and dining rooms, extra large modern kitchen. Exquisitely draped outstanding view. It's a "must to'see this one, and It will be our pleasure to show you. Please call 521-6611 when you have a moment. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that there hai been filed In my office, as Clerk ol the Chancery Court of Washington County, Arkansas, a pclUlon , by Flelchcr ?Norman, Sr. end Kllzabclh M. Norrtrtm for the conllrmaUon of title to the M" loivlng described Sands located Ln Washington -County,, Arkansas, ' lo-wlti " The West Halt (WV4) of the Fractional Northwest Quarter Frl, NWW), and the Northeast quarter (NEW) of the Fractional Northwest Quarter (Frl. TJWW) ot Section Iftlrty-one (31) In Tfewr.shlp Thirteen (13) North ol Range Thl rty-two (32 1 \Vcsl, con! a Inlng a p- proximalely One Hundred Fourteen (111) Rcres, more or less. All persons claiming said lands, or any Merest therein, are hereby warned 'to appear In the Washington County Chancery Court on the first day ol Its next regutar term and show cause why title should not be confirmed. In Fletcher C. Norman, Sr. and Elizabeth M. Norman. Wilncs my hand as Clerk ot the Chancery Court ot Washington County, Arkansas, and Ihe seal thereof this 29lh day of July, 197-1. ALMA KOT By: KATHLEEN HARNESS, D.C. (Seal) 4te - 8, 15, 22. 29 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Won., Aug. 5, 1974 FAYETTEVILLI, ARKANSAS * 15 "Developers of Hyland Park" The Auilil of Iho General Fund of the CJiy of FaycltevlUo, Arkansas for the IlsCnl year'ended December 31, 1973, was tiled In my oMic* on July 25, 1974, and copies ol the same are now available in my office for public inspection and ex- bmlnalion, Darletie \ycstbrootc Ciiy Clerk ITc 5 r garage -- Storage bldgs -- als -- Loading chute -- This WE HAVE OTHERS TO SELl Your home, farm, acreage or business, call us. We do have prospective buyers. FRONTIER REAL - ESTATE Company REALTOR 7 .Bill lazenby ..... '"- Les Davis '. 1015 N. College 521-6700 521-5833 521-4448 Doug Hartley 442-6446 BY OWNER On Spacious Corner Lot Excellent Location, Brick, 3 bedrooms bath, nice-sized rooms. Carport- Garage with storage. Fenced Yard, Moving -- Must sell at a low »25,QOQ. Shown by appointment. Phone 521-1157, 1709 No. Oakland Fayettevllle. QEAIKW Real Estate 701 North Collego 5M-7215 "We Practice tin Golden Rute" IT STILL SMELLS NEW 'Cause the owner has barely gotten the drapes hung and the hoss says, MOVE. 3 large bedrooms', formal living room, formal dining room, largo kitchen with dinette and adjoining \' 2 hath and utility, paneled den with FP, 2 full baths in bedroom area. AM-FM intercom 2 car garage on 105x175 level lot. Approx 2,150 sq ft for $47,500. WEST OF UNIVERSITY An .unusual contemporary 5 bedroom and den homo with .3 full baths, large office and enclosed breezeway, 2 car garage, large living-dining combo, many other very desirable features for those who love open planning homes. Listed by Jan Henson. IN PRAIRIE GROVE Neat 3 bedroom home with living room dinette, tile bath. 120x125 lot near school. About 4 yrs. old. Listed by Hlrom Brooks at ,512,900. SUBURBAN BRICK Situated on approx, 1 acre of land on Foxhunter road; Large informal living room with fireplace, beautiful kitchen with adjoining dining room, private muster suite with bath, 2 other nice size bedrooms and a hall bath plus J ,t bath off kitchen, lower level study of playroom. A well built ho me t hat's quiet and comofrtable. After Hours: Glen Mason Cus Ostmeyer 521-3450 443-2112 Notice Is hereby given Urat a petition has been .submitted lo the Board ot Di re dors ot the City of Faye Neville, Artansas requesting the formation ol a Street -Improvement District f o r ' t h e ' p u r pose of Improving Mnllcy Magnan Road from Highway 16 East, North of the Faycitc \11 Ic City TJ mils. This petition, will be considered by the City Board of Directors at Uielr nevt regular meeting to be held August 6, 1974. Darlene Wcstbrook City Cleric ITc 5 ~ WAHN1MG ORDER In the Chancery Court ol Washington County Arkansas INEZ BARNES Plaintiff - . Vs. ch 71-563 ROY GENE BARNES Defendant The DeTcnrtnnt .is warned In oppear n this Court willitn Uitrly days and inswer the complaint ot the PlainWf in the above entitled cause. Witness my" hand "and seal ol this Court this 23rd day ot July, 1974. Contest Winner Jan Henderson of Fayctievlllc receives a $100 check for selling (lie most churlers on Scheduled Skyways new Cessna 310 during July. With Miss Henderson is Paul Jones, president of (lie firm. She is reservation - ticket agent. (TIMESphoto by Ray Gray) Texas Prison Escape Attempt Ends In Death 4Tc 29, 5, 12, 19 ASraa Kollineycr Chancery Clerk Foil Sale By owner: Three bedroom, lit baths, all bride, luncheon bar, dish- ivasticr, carpeted, paneled , city water 1 , sewer', fenced backyard, paved si reel, nice neighborhood, eight miles from FayelieviUe, $19,000. 833-327-!. GET AWAY FROM IT ALL on two 'streams, five acres, with fireplace, carpeted, all electric, two bedroom home, $19'!1QQ. Phone 4428953 for appointment. WORLD 615 Look forward to brisk wea ther with this cozy topper! Strip-happy success! Croehe handsome jacket-sweater in rib stitch design in two colors. Cro diet buttons, too. Use knitting Sizes 8-18 incl. 75 CENTS each pattern -add 25 cents each pattern fo first-class mail and specia handling. Send to Laura Wheel er Northwest Arkansas Times 450. Needlecraft dcpt., Box 161 Old Chelsea Station, New York N. Y. 10011. Print Patter Number, Name, Address, Zip NEW!'1974 NeedleCraft Catalo covers the creative scene--knit crochet, fashions, embroidery quilts, more! 75 Cent NEW! Sew plus Knit Book ha basic tissue pattern $1.2 NEW! Needlepoint Book ..$1.0 NEW! Flower Crochet ....$1.C Hairpin Crochet Book Sl.C Instant Crochet Book ..vr..$l.C Instant Money Book -- $l.t Instant Macrame Book --Sl.t Complete Gift Book $!.( Complete Afghans No. 14 ..$1.0 ;2 Prize Afghans No. 12 ; SO Cent Book of 16 Quilts No. 1 50 Cent Museum Quilt Book No. 2 :. Cents Museum Quit Book No. 2 ... 15 Quills for Today No. 3 ... Cents Book of 16 Jiffy Hugs ..50 Cen A Convenient Sewing and lopping Guide for Today's Gal on the Go. 1985 N. College Julie Eaves Jan Henson Wllma Coolfck Loris Stanton NEW 3 anJ 4 bettnxsn homes !n Sprlnir- dale's finest subdivision. For infonnation call Sbm Howard's Royally Homes. Inc. Phone 770-6007 or 751-S1S7. BY BUILDER -- New 3 bedroom, '2 balh, flrrplacc, dishwasher, air conditioner 2 car garage \vilh remote control door, near Asbcli School. 4-12-8878. Gravefte Day Celebration Set Saturday GRAVETTE -- In observance of the 8Ist anniversary of its Founding, Gravctte will feature the annual Gravette Day Celebration on Saturday. The day will begin with a chuck wagon breakfast at. 6 a.m. A "pony pull" contest will be held at noon with $150 in prize money to be given away. Beginning at 3 p.m. the annual parade will be held featuring floats, Shrine groups, clowns and bands. At 4 p.m. Slim Andrews and Josephine will entertain in the HUNTSVILLE, Tex. (AP) "They were shooting the hostages inside the shield contraption and they were firing at us through a slit, All hell broke Ranger Capt. .G.W. loose. Texas Burks gave that description of the bloody climax to a Texas Stale Prison escape attempt in which drug smuggler Fred Go- mez Carrasco, his convict partner Rudolf Dominguez and two landcuffed women hostages Jied Saturday night, justice of the Peace J.W. Beeler ruling. issued Sunday a preliminary that Carrasco and Dominguez committed suicide after shooting their hostages, Mrs. Elizab-lh Bescda, 47, handcuffed to Carrasco, and Mrs. Julia Slandley, handcuffed to Dominguez. Beeler said today the autopsies on Carrasco and Dominguez confirmed a preliminary ruling 'that each man had died from bullet wounds in the head He said their bodies bore no other wounds and the bullets Ford Spends Weekend In New Orleans NEW ORLEANS (AP) -Vice President Gerald R. Ford says he dislikes some of t h e things that were done by President Nixon's White House but ·I slill believe the President is .nnocent of any impeachable of- tense." Ford said at a weekend 'news conference he could even see some justification for House censure of the President if it came to a choice between that or impeachment, although he said he believes the facts do not warrant either action. The vice president also disclosed that he is considering a policy of limiting his comments on impeachment, but he added that doesn't mean he's backing away from his belief in the President's innocence. "Now perhaps there comes a time when it is advisable under the circumstances for me to say, 'I have this viewpoint, I'm not going lo say anymore.'" Ford told newsmen. "But don't come to any conclusion by my lack of speaking that I've backed off." he said. which killed them had been "at very close range Families Of Huntsville Dead Praise Official Siege Policy park, Barbecued chicken will be served beginning at 2 p.m. and " : " be served throughout the SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE CO. Hwy. 45 E. Phone 443-2050 REALTOR Broker Hon Sherwood Pam Brown afternoon and evening. The Miss Jaycee beauty Deborah Cowan 521-7055 ' . 4-12-8877 HWY 45 EAST This fabulous three bedroom house i set off (he highway in beautiful, private 12 atrres of woods with an unbelievable view. This contemporary architect designed house has 2',z baths ,1 ivingroom with fire- piace. familyroom and sundecks off several of the many rooms. The ultimate in living. This lovely house has storage space galore. You'll just have to see it to appreciate all the extras. Only ?6T,ODO. NEW USTING This three bearoom home Is located on a beautiful shaded one acre plus. Living room with sunken den containing fireplace. H'z baths, screened porch a r d patio, large storage room, central air and heat Butterfield School District. ?27,800, NEW HOME 529,500 can buy a lovely home on 3 /\ acre lot on 45 East. This is a unique home with much to offer. Call \is so we can show you this fully equipped home. EXCELLENT VIEW The most beautful building site In the area. The White River adjoins the property. 23 acres open witl; a few large trees left. If you wanl about 10 miles from Fayetteville with a beautiful building site call us. $32,000, terms available , 10 ACRES IV, miles otf 16 West. $3,500. B U I L D I N G SITES We have 2 acre Tracts for $9.000. pageant will start at 6 p.m. featuring .almost a dozen girls. Master of ceremonies will Je Fred Campbell of Tulsa. Judges will be state Jaycee and Jay- cette officers. TO HONOR OLDEST The oldest man and woman and the oldest married couple will be honored at 7 p.m. and area old timers will visit and reminisce in Kindley, Memorial rark. The classes of Gravette High School 1924 and 1946 plan reunions. At 8 p.m. finals pageant will be held of and new Miss Jaycee will be crowned. The Mullen B^amily will provide a program of country and western music to close out the day's activities starting at 9 p.m. Area clubs and organizations will be operating food and entertainment booths. Chairman of the'annual Gravette Day Celebration, Nate Blumenthal, indicated that he expects this year's event to be one of the best ever. Banker Concedes Stale's Money Flow Nol Bleak CRISP UP YOUR DAY with the newest "of shirt looks -- this wide-collarcd shape wilh bodice curving. Belt optional, no fussy BY owner. Four bedrooms, livins room and family room, fully carpeted, built- Ins, Vfi baths, 100x200 comer lot, (enced yard. Cflrvse to UofA, schools and shopping. 16ft) sq. ft Phone -M2-8616 (or ap. poinlmcnt. NICK Rental Property: S Unil brick apartment house. Good location, excel lent terms. For details call 442-5278 or 751-OM7. detail sew it now! Printed Pattern 4624: Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12,14,16, 18. Size 12 (bust 34) takes 2'/s yards 45- inch fabric. Send $1.00 for each pattern, Add 25 cents for each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, Northwest Arkansas TIMES, 438, Pattern Dept., 243 .West 17lh St., New York, N. Y. 1001. Print NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE and Style NUMBER. MORE FOR YOUR MONEY in NEW FALL-WINTER PATTERN CATALOG! 100 best school, career, casual, city fashions. Free pattern coupon. Send 75 cents. Sew plus Knit Book 8 has basic tissue paltorn ............. $1.25 Instant Sewing Book $1.00 "NUTS" Hickory Nut trees arm Oak trees with a new house wedged between. Located off 45 E. on Lunsford St. and only one block from Root School. Price $29,900. , IN THE PINES New house almost finished just off Old Wire Road North on Yvonne St. A private setting at streets end. A short distance from Butterfield School. Good time to pick colors. MT. SEQUOYAH bed- Contemporary paa with 2 _ rooms, wet bar, fireplace, and large parly deck. Private tree covered setting with view, Holland House Inc. 442-2740 or 443-2724 214 ACRKfl, welt fenced open land on Hwy. 6J East of Springdalc. Phone 7oL Instant Fashion Book ..... $1.00 ADVERTISE HEBE; Thousand* of hornemakeri reac hl.i fMtura dally . . . and they* will «M rout BY OWNER. TiiraE bedroom, bullllns, fireplace, gnrden spol, on 2'^ lots above West Fork. 518,000. Phone 833-28M. WtMEDIATE possession. 1400 Rolling mils Drive. Three bedrooms, two baths, central heal nnil air. (33,000 or make o((cr. Unit sell. Call 267.3765. BY OWNER: 2!4 ncres, modsrnUed older house, large bam, huffe trees, branch, LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- An economic consultant for Worthen Bank and Trust Co., conceded Sunday that the money flow situation in Arkansas is not as bleak as some proponents of a change in the state Constitution's 10 per cent limil on interest have contended. However, Dr. Charles Venus added. "I know for an absolute fact that some money is mov ing out of state." Venus, who strongly favors changing the interest limit, saic the slate Bank Department's annual report showing total as sets in state-chartered banks up 186 per cent in the last decade "weakens, at least" the argu ment that money is flowing ou of the stale. He explained, how ever, that assets, deposits anc loans were not necessarily re flections of the money-flow situ alion. Proponents of a constituliona amendment to repeal th state's 10 per cent interest limi contend that money is.f!o'win out of Arkansas into banks am other financial institutions tha can pay more than 10 per cen interest. A group of Arkansa bankers and businessmen hav placed an amendment on th November general election ba lot that would repeal the con stitutional limit and allow th legislature to set interest rates Venus, who had said pre yiously that the 10 per cent lim it had made Arkansas "a island" apart from the rest the country, said that "on th surface" the Bank Departmcn report .weakened the money flow argument. Venus arguec however, that Arkansas' nhen menal economic growth th past few years had prevente the effect of the interest ceilin HUNTSVILLE, Tex. (AP) -relatives of the two women hostages killed during the Shootout that ended a lengthy siege at the slate prison here have praised the Texas Department of Corrections for its handling of the situation. Troy Slandley, an ex-FBI agenl and Ihe former husband of Julia Standley, said his family was aware of the official policy that no inmate with hostages would be allowed to leave the prison walls. "II we did npl have that (the policy), we .might as well lear down all the walls of all Ihe penal institutions in the nation," Standley said in an interview 'ollowing Sunday services at the First Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Standley was a member of the congregation and Elizabeth Beseda, the other hostage who was killed, frequently attended services at the-church Funeral services for the two were to be held at the churcl' today. They died Saturday nighl after 10 days as .captives o three armed convicts who held the women and 10 other per sons hostage. Two of the con victs also died and another hos lage was wounded. The Shootout came d u r i n g ' a n escape attempt to which th convicts apparently thought au thorities had agreed. Prison of ficials said later that they nove had any intention of letting tin convicts go free. Standley said he had faced similar situations in his carec as a law enforcement official "Of course there \veve time uring this past situation when wished I could have been 01 ic other side of the gun ... bu realized it would not be a! ght." R. L. Beseda, the husband o ic oilier victim, issued a state .ent Sunday saying: "In spit f the tragic outcome, from ou ersonal standpoint, my famil nd I wish to express our grea ommendalion of the handlin f the recent prison break an receding events by officials o Texas Department of Co; ections." Two of the hostages who sin ived also said they had r ;r noiise, jarjic Dacn, nitge trees, ui.ni;n, , · fenced, close-In, JJI.MO. lemii. S13J2S). from being felt. fired Fred Carrasco had one bulle wound in his, head. Dpminguez had one bullet in the side of his lemple" and the bullet mented inside his brain.' frag- iticism of officials' handling i Ihe situalion. Ronald Robinson, 35, of Conle, Tex., said Ihe rescue at- mpl by police was "as profes- onal as could be done by any roup ot men under similar cir- umstances." Ann Fleming, another of the ostages, said she felt no bitter- ess for her captors or for the ay the Texas Department of orrections handled the siege. We knew all along that a few id to die in order for others to ve." said the 50-year-old Mrs. 'leming. He said it was impossible to conclude definitively that the men had committed suicide but he added, 'There is no evidence lo show anyone else killed them ... There is the probability they killed themselves but I can't say for a certainty they placed those guns to their heads." SHOT HOSTAGES FIRST Beeler had said earlier the two men killed the two women hostages handcuffed to., them just before they shot themselves. The convicts initially look 16 lostages on June 24 -- including four other inmates. Within the first 24 hours, they released a guard who was shot during the takeover and a civil- "I have not." The subject arose when Ford was asked about several newspaper columns quoting /some Republican leaders as /'suggesting politely that the time- has come for you to shut up" on defending the President at the risk of driving otf Republican voters who think the President should be impeached. In an interview on Sunday with the New Orleans Times- Picayune, Ford said that hearing live witnesses would be the best method of -gathering evidence in a Senate trial of tli3 impeachment charges against the President. Ford added that the- witnesses should be placed under oath and subject to cross-examination. At a news conference Saturday, Ford said he would prefer that the House acquit the President entirely, as he believes the facts warrant. But he said that if the choice is behv.een censure and impeachment, he prefers censure. He said censure "I think ... ,an hostage who heart attack. A U.S. Naval Superiority Debaie Rages WASHINGTON (AP) -- Rep. ies Aspin, D-\Vis., has chal- enged Pentagon claims that he Soviet Navy is superior to he United States' fleet. The U.S. Navy floats 5.6 mil- ion tons of combat and support ships compared with 2.G million ons flying the .Soviet flag, Aspin said Sunday. "If the Soviet Navy is better han ours, then there is some- liing \vrong with the type of iliips we buy, and that is the fault of the Navy," said Aspin, a former Pentagon economist and persistent critic ol military spending practices. In response the Pentagon said a simple numerical comparison is not valid when evaluating naval strength. Instead, :he missions of the two navies must be taken into consideration, the Pentagon said. U.S. naval forces are designed to control the seas in order lo support distant forces or armies of U.S. allies, according lo the Pentagon. By contrast, the Russian Navy is designed to serve in a "sea denial" role and Soviet ships are built for stronrg striking power with relatively limited endurance and thus require less tonnage pei unit, the Pentagon said. suffered i\ priest who served as go-betwceiv 'during the early hours of the siege was taken captive. Two hostages were released later and a third -- one of the inmates -- escaped "At no time was there any thought given to the granting of any illegal freedom to any cap- lor," said prison systems director W.J. Estelle. He described Saturday as "one of the meanest days anyone ever spent in public service." Burks and other, officers . inside the prison yard said Ihe our' persons died' inside . a :rude "Trojan Horse'.' Carrasco lad constructed of blackboards and thick lawbooks. The shield, designed -to get Carrasco from he library to an armored geta- vay car. collapsed as officers ircd at it and tried to topple it vith powerful water hoses CUT ROPES In the midst of the violence, U. Willard Stewart of the Texas Department of Corrections (TDC) rushed out into the courtyard of the prison and cut the'ropes which hound the eight other hostages, who had been forced by the convicts to surround the wooden ?h:'eld. Carrasco, Dominguez and another convict, Ignacio Cuevas, began the climactic move when they walked out of the third- floor library surrounded by hostages and headed down a steep does reflect some of the things that the public doesn't approve of in the way the office was un." Ford confirmed he discussed Nixon's impeachment stategy at a meeting last week with White House Chief of Staff Alexander M. Haig Jr. He told reporters the strategy is the "same as it always has been." That is "that the facts should get out and be debated (by the House) and on the basis of the facts, the President and his advisers fee! he is not guilty of an impeachable offense." Proxmire Asks Nixon To Step Aside Temporarily WASHINGTON (AP) -- Tha question of whether impeachment moves against President an effect on the produced dis- DENNIS THE MENACE By Kctcham lamp toward the armored car they had demanded. Inside the makeshift shield were Mrs. Beseda, Mrs. Stanc- ley and two other hostages: the Rev. Joseph O'Brien and Mrs. Novella Pollard, who was handcuffed to Cuevas Cuevas WM captured unharmed. Mrs. Pollard was not hurt, but Father O'Brien was shot once in the left side of the chest. Cuevas has been charged with capital murder. Burks, wearing a flak jacket, said he was hit once in the chest by a bullet fired from within the shield. "It knocked me down. I saw two other officers go down the sime way. Our bullet-proof vests saved our lives." he sa ! d. Walker County Shtriff Dar rell White said officers fired only when gunshots came from within the shield after the hoses were turned on it. There were morn shots and then it vyas over, White said. Authorities said Mrs. Beseda. a prison math teacher, was shot once, the bullet exiting her body. Mrs. Standley. a librarian at the prison, was shot four times in the back. Nixon have e c o n o m y agreement Sunday between a congressional leader and a pai? of top administration officials. Sen. William Proxmire, D- Wis., called on Nixon to turn over the duties of his office to Vice President Gerald R. Ford temporarily. Proxmire, chairman of the congressional Joint Economic Committee, said Nixon has become preoccupied with his impeachment defense and i3 unable to devote sulficient time to pressing economic matters. "No. I and by far the most important, as an absolute prerequisite, is that President Nixon temporarily step down, under the 25th Amendment ... I think that's absolutely essential." Proxmire said on ABC'j Issues and Answers. Contrasting comments, however, came from Treasury Secretary William E. Simon, appearing on NBC's "Meet tha Press." and Kenneth Rush, economic coor- was on CBS'? '...AN'YCHJAKfinTASWELL BLESS AUttWReT AW "DMT , f SH KID DOWN THE 8WCK, IF W NOT TOO BUS/.-' Clothing Stolen Kevin Turner, 603 Carlton St., Springdale, told Fayetteville police that several items of clothing were stolen from his car Sunday night while the car parkei at Dillon's Supermarket at the intersection of 6th Slreet and South School Avenue. Turner said one pair of pants, two sheets, a towel, two ties and one pair of underwear, all valued at $25 were 1 missing. White House dinator, who "Face the Nation." Rush discounted a link between the President's political problems and the troubles of the economy. "Our inflation is a worldwide inflation. It is caused basically by a simultaneous worldwide boom in '72 and '73, where demand far exceeded supply. This was greatly aggravated by the oil cmbaro ... and by the food shortages which in part were caused by very bad weather," said Rush. Simon, questioned about the effect of impeachment on tho economy, said "I don't think it has a direct effect .... "Obviously i t a f f e c t s t h e credibility and the confidence factor of the American people in its leaders..." Simon said. As the impeachment process continues. Proxmire said, "it's oing to be extremely hard for resident Nixim in these cir- cumslances lo pull Ihe country together, as he must -- to ap peal to labor, to appeal to management," on curbing inflation.

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