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Uqaf Nott Ugol Notice Tided b j r l n w . - , ' Alt per*n» bavins clttmi against the XT ·stale must - eiblbll them duly verified '' 0 to th« undersigned with In ill months ^ from Uia ·data of the Krit publication of this nolle* or they shall be forever -- barred and precluded from any benefit ' i in the estata. This nolle* Krtt published ID day of ·'·'- 'August, IT94. -- LucLLE* 5. Mitchell (Executrix) . . . . i!3 West Center \.. . Fat1levllle, Arfcansa · 72701 WARNING ORDER No: CH 74-S76 THE CHANCERY COURT OP : WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS MONARCH LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY of Springfield, Massachusetts, Plaintiff, Vs. KENDALL W. SCOTT and DORIS M. SCOTT, h i s wife; and GREGORY SCOTT and DORIS M; FRUCHEY, Defendants. The DefendBnls. Kendall W, Scott and Doris SI, Scott, his wife: and Gregory SooU and Dorti M. Fractur. are hereby .warned to appear la this Court withlr · thLrly "days and answer Uia Complaint ' of th» Plaintiff, Monarch Life Insurance , Company of Springfield, Massachusetts ' and upon their failure to do so, sale , Complaint will be taken w confessed. · WITNESS my hand as clerk o t - ' t h t ; Chancery Court of Washington County ; . Arkansas, and the seal of said Oour this 6th day of August, 1974. ALMA KOLLMEYER, Clerlt ·* ' By: Kalhteen Harness, D.C ., (Seal) , . ' 4lc 10, 17, H, 31 ^ P R O C L A M A T I O N O F SPECIAL '*X- . ELECTION Notice Is hereby given that a apecta election will be held IB the City of Fay flttevillc, Arkansas, on November 5, 1974 - - at which there will be submitted t ·v*'- the electors of the City the election *·'··' of members to the , Fayettevllle Boarc of Directors pursuant to the provision - of Act No. -193 ol the Acts of the Genera "·;/ Assembly of the State ol Arkansas fa ;·'· the year 1973, '.*.*',. At this clocUon the seven direcior *"f to be.elected ns the Board of Director ..-.-: City of Pflyetlcvllla shall be elected 1 li'j- te following manner: 1) Positions' 1, 2, 3,, and * of th . : Board ol Directors shall be assignc y- to the four wards of the City, in accord .? ance .with the number of the rcspectlv : ' wards, · and one member of the Cit .^ ,, Bnnrd of Directors shall be elected froi each of said wards. Provided, that e candidates for a position to which ,-·-.. ward number Is assigned shall rcsld ,,,, in Iha ward from which elected, bu - alt such: members elected from ward ia)l b* voted upon by Ih* ecton of IK« City at lorffe. (2) Positions 5. 0, and 7 shall ba debated for election of three members- Marge. AJl members · etected to reprc- ent wards, anc] all members elected t-large, on the Board * Directors f the City, shall be elected by the quail* led electors of the City at-larze. If ny member of th« Board of Directors lected to represent a ward on said oard ol Directors ahull'mova his place f residence from Inside said ward, but o another plat* wltntn the CHy, said person shall not forfeit his office for he remainder of his .term, but shall Ineligible to succeed himself for dec- Ion aa the member of the Board of '[rectors from said ward, but shall be llglble to seek an at large position n the Board of Directors. AH candidates for a Board of Dfrec- ors' position shall file for th* position for which he is «eHnz etecflon. Each candidate .for a position on ttie Board of Directors must file a petition with the City Clerk not more lhan sixty (60), ind not less than forty (40) days before the election, whlcb petition must contain the signatures of fifty qualified electors if the municipality, requesting the candidacy of Bvich candidate. It no candidate for a particular posl- Jon shall, at the special election, receive a majority vote for said position, the Jounly Board ot Election Commissioners shall conduct a run-oft election in the City at -which the names of the two candidates for said position receiving the highest number of votes, but not a majority vole, shall appear on the inllot to be voted upon rjy the qualified electors of Hie Oily al-Iarge. T""nc winner of such runoff election shall be declared the member of the Board of Directors for said position. The four members elected to serve from (he /our wards of the City shal serve teems to expire on December 31, : it subsequent to the date of said speda election of municipal officials Is heh the year in which the second genera election and the members of the Boarc of Directors of the City elected to po- sittons assigned the Oity al-Iarge, dial] serve terms to.expire on December 31, next following the first general election held subsequent to the date ol said KPC- ciol election. Successor members shall be elected for terms of four years la the manner provided by law. Only qualified electors of tbe City of FayetteviUe, Arkansas, as shall be right to vote at the special election. Said election shall tie held between such hours and at such places in the City of FayeKevlHe Arkansas as shall be designated by the Washington County Board of Election Commissioners for the holding or .the general election, on November S, 197-1, DATED THIS 6th day of August, 1974. legal Notice! CITY to · RUSSELL PURDY. MATOR OF rAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS 10. 17, 21. 31 ' Buttram, Wills Featured M Holiday Island HOLIDAY ISLAND -- The million-dollar sports plaza at this northwestern Arkansas Ozarks community will have its grand opening the weekend of Aug. 17-18. The festival, open to the public without charge, is known as the "Chill Wills Welcome Cousin Weekend" -- named for the veteran movie and TV character actor who is emceeing the program. Entertainers include humorist Pat Buttram, vocalists Molly Bee and Jim Mundy, and the Jim Glaser country music band. Beginning each morning, ooth days feature a broad range of competitive sports in which the public is inivited to participate. These include regulation golf, miniature golf, fishing, casting, tennis and a children's games schedule, trophies and other prizes will be awarded daily. Tennis and casting also will include instructional clinics by USDA Planning Computed NortttwwJ Arkaiuai TIMES, Sal., Aug. 10, 1974 FAYnTEVILLI. AMKANIA* 'WASHINGTON (AP) -- Within four years the Agriculture Department plans to have in operation, a computerized net: work tying together-county offices so that information can be available quickly on farm holdings, crop acreages and other data essential to nationwide planning. Further, USDA officials are hoping, the vast network, will give almost instantenaous information "on ''cr'op-'' conditions, drought, insect and plant disease, and the complete picture affecting U.S. agriculture. A testing program -- called a "pre-pilot'.' phase -- will be initiated this phase fall in eight counties located strategically around the country to give'as broad'ex- posure as possible to different crops and farming operations. The tip-off to t h e new com- municatons network came in a speech Wednesday by Assistant Secretary Clayton K. Yeutter: at a rneetirig'here'oflstate officials of the department's Agricul- experts. The Aug. 17 noon program Saturday after- will include series of quarter horse races at the just-completed Holiday Island Downs track and rodeo arena. Holiday Island, a resort and lome development on upper Table Rock Lake, lies on Arcansas Route 23 seven miles north of Eureka Springs. This plua a 2 bedroom and bath with connecting breezeway. A total of 4300 square feet ol lovely living, each room with iU own special Individuality. More than 1Z rooms with large garage. On 15 acres of special land located on White river with a "Park-like" Setting. Swimming, .,. fishing and irrigation, for the special landscaping that would go with ,.* the immense lawn. City-Water. Natural sat, Truely the spot that you '.' .and. yours can enjoy the refit of your life. It'a plrced below markte at "'"'" only 470,000. By appointment only. 5 Newlin Realty West Fork, Ark. Today In History By THE ' ASSOCIATED Today is Saturday, Aug. the 2Z2nd day of 1974. 10, There lural Stabilization and Con scrvation Service. It is the ASCS that adminis ters {arm price support programs .. for crops and dairy products. The agency tor many years has built up a vast sys tern of state and county offices to handle acreage and price support programs for such key crops as wheat, corn, rice anc tobacco. .,·--·, Acc6Tdirig'to~ ; ASCS official in terviewed Thursday, here how the new network will put into operation: --This fall the pre-pilot sys tern of computer terminals wil be installed, in eight counties -Adams County, Wash.; Pinal Ariz.; Sunflower, Miss.; Lafa yette P a r i s h , La,; Lubbock Tex.; Cooper, Mo.: Seneca N.Y.; and Tift, Ga. ,--Meantime, farm records 1 those ASCS offices are bein translated^ into computer language.- Around :the first of the year the county offices will be connected with the department's data systems center in Kansas City. --The plan is to test the equipment and basic plan in ;he eight county offices through 1975 and into 1976. After that, a Irue -"pilot" phase will be established. "When we move into the pilot program," one ASCS official said, "the idea will be to actually operate those offices completely under the system. In the pre-pilot setup, the main idea is to test equipment and the basic idea." IT State Agricultural Weather Advisory LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The National Weather Service issued the following agricultural weather advisory for Arkansas today: PRECIPITATION: Scattered thunderstorms will likely continue off and on through most of Sunday. They will be most numerous today in the northwest half of the state but will develop in almost all areas tonight and Sunday. Rainfall amounts for the period should average one-third to two-thirds of an inch hut totals well exceeding one inch are probable. DRYING CONDITIONS: Poor in the northwest quarter of the state but fair to good elsewhere depending on t h e amount of sunshine today a n d Sunday. Relative humidities were expected to fall below. 60 per cent by noon in the central and southern sections today to a minimum of about 50 per cent this - -high (TIMESphoto by Rick Fendergrass) QUINCY. JONES . cuts men's, icomen's hair WOMAN'S WORID "I. Match pants, skirts, robe happy harlequin boots! "* Boot it brfghtly in easy cro -ir chet, shell stitch, high or lo\ "" boots. Use short lengths knittin ',- worsted in merry multicplrs ::c Pat. 837: sizes Small, Medium ' Large included. ~; 75 CENTS each pattern -add 25 cents each pattern fo - first-class mail and specia ',,-"- handling. Send to Laura Whee "' l e r , Northwest Arkansa TIMES, 450, Needlecraft Dept ,,. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station York, N.Y. 10011. Print Pattern t" Number, Names, Address, Zip NEW! 1974 Needlecraft Catalo covers the creative scene-yknl corchet, fashions, embroider; ..quilts, more! .. ..:..-75 cen : NEW! Sew plus Knit Book ha "/basic tissue pattern ...--$1.2 ·;, NEW! Needlepoint Book $1.0 ^ · NE W! Flowe r Crochet $1.0 » Hairpin Crochet Book .._..$!.i 2" Instant Crochet Book ..;.-.. $l.i Instant Money Book $1.1 Instant Macrame Book --$1.1 Complete Gift Book $1.0 ,, Complete Afghans No. 14 ._$!.' ^-12 Prize Afghans No. 2 50 cen Book of 16 Quilts No. 1 .50 cen ·-- Museum Quilt Book No. 2 ....! cents - 15 Quilts for Today No. 3 ....: cents Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs 5ft ce Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs .-50 cen A Convenient Sewing and lopping Guide for Today's Gal on th« Go, 4738 SIZES 10/a-18'/ 2 afternoon. Showers and humidities will return about sunset. In the northwest, humidities may remain above 60 per cent into Sunday afternoon. DEWPOINTS: Low 70s except mid 60s in the northwest hills. ' DEW: Dew and-or showers wetting vegetation into Sunday in the northwest. Otherwise, dew was expectd to dry off toward noon today, b u t showers are expected to occur in many places this afternoon. Moderate are 143 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On t h i s - ' d a t e : inM945, ;the Japanese offered to : surrender in World War II if the Emperor would be permitted to keep his throne. On this date: In 1B21; Missouri became the 24th state. ;; - In 1845, "the U.S. Naval Academy was established at Annapolis, Md. In 1914, France declared war on the start of World War I. -"'' ' In 1921, Franklin Roosevelt was stricken with polio at his summer home at Campobellq Island in" Canada. . In 1943, President Franklin Roosevelt and British P-r i m e Minister Winston Churchill began their sixth World War II confer en ce^at Quebec, Canada. : - In;-1967, -the people of .Gibraltar voted* to "retain their-link with Britain rather than return to Spanish sovereignty. Ten years ago: Pope Paul VI Ouachifa Grand Jury Suggests Improvements OAMDEN.-Ark. (AP) -- The Ouachita ' County Grand Jury made several suggestions for improving county government Friday, but returned no in. dictment. The jury, which has been investigating county, government for several weeks, said it "did not find any indictable offense on the part'of any county official. The jury cited .a lack of cooperative witnesses, poor and incomplete records and the fact that most or all of the practices in question. had been handed down from administration to administration in the county. "We find that the sheriff's office in 1923 was using the same system of record-keeping that is being used now," the jury re- Tl it, hair is hair'~ah"d.~it~aoesn't j Jones -s'a'i'd-his- services in- matter whether it's on a niau'.s'"clude ev'ery'th'ing' .fr'pfn 'a;.siniple lead or a woman's head -- he'll arbering for . riie'n's 'hair to style it any way the customer wants. Jones, a native of Arkansas. Unisex Hairstyles Featured At Newest Shop On Dickson he way Quiricy' : "Jones sees'i arid 'ahalt.. he said. ' ::':'.' -· hair is hair'~and.~it~aoesn't-' Jones -sWd-his- services recently returned from California where ,-he.: taught jhair styling. This" week he' 'opened his own" shop·* for."meri' ; and women at 416 .W. Dickson. ! - - "Unisex hair styling 15 really just getting underway . throughout the country and is just now catching on in; this area;" he said. . , " . ' . " . ., v ; The term- "unisex' ' necessariy 'mean" fie turns; men and women with look-alike hair he'll styles'-' in fact; 1 lie. cut anybody's hair \ lie. says from to heavy dew day morning. also likly Sun- SUNSHINE: Lss 'than- 20 per cent in the northwest, increasing to 50 to 65 per cent in the southeast today. Generally 10 to 55 per cent Sunday. WINDS: M a i n l y south or southeast at about 10 miles per hour through tonight, but locally strong and gusty near thunderstorms. issued his first encyclical letter, proclaiming his readiness to .intervene, 'for peace between nations. Five years ago: North Vietnamese troops attacked two U.S. Marine rbases/along the de- mil itarized · zone between -. North and South Vietnam; killing at least 17 Marines. : ,. One year ago: The Nixon Ad ministration announced that rigid price controls would be maintained on ·gasoline, heating oil and other petroleum products. Today's birthdays: Singer Eddie Fisher is 46. Former movie star Norma Shearer is 70. Singer Jimmy'Dean is 46. Thought! for today: Beware the fury of a patient man--John Dryden, English poet, 1631-1700. port'-said.' "It'vva's' inadequate in L923 and even more so in 1974." The jury recommended that the county: --Change from the outdated lee system to a salary system for officials." --Keep true and permanent jail records that list only the names of persons who actually are jailed. .--rlmprove enforcement of state liquor lawi. --Provide more space for --Make the sheriff and collec- a crewcut to a long shag. "I started as a 1954 before going to. women,'s,ihair styling,, so I .have'..experience ' i both," he said. In California, Jones was licensed to teach hair styling and now has a license for Arkansas. He has been working at HEHe has been working'""at hairsytling'-salons in. t h e - F a y etteville area for about:a year tor two cials. separate county offi- --Establish a better relationship between the sheriff and ty offices. -- Update and remodel t h e county jail, providing a place for women and juvenile prisoners. The fee system mentioned by the jury provides that a certain amount of money be paid to the sheriff for feeding each prisoner lie'lists in the. jail. OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, AUGUST-11 th -1:00 to 5=00 806 NORTH HIGHLAND Drop b yand Inspect this beautiful home in the FayetteviMe City Park area. It has a large heated swimming pool, beautifully landscaped ground*, brick and frame home has 3 BRs, 2-baths;-:fireplace* central leat air, carpeted, built-ins la kitchen. Priced in mld-fortEes with jood financing. Boss Company 521-7272 Muriel Howard 521-2083 OPEN HOUSE When the fall rush is on, this classic step-in is fast on, and Eresh as all your new plans. Roll collar is face-flattering. Printed Pattern 4738: Half Sizes lOVi, 12'A, 14W, 16W, 18W. yards 60-inch. Send $1.00 for each pattern. Add 25 cent for each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, Northwest Arkansas TIMES, 438, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York, N-Y. 10011. 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 -- has basic Instant Sewing Book $1.00 Instant Fashion Book .....$1.00 ADVERTISE HfKK uidi of homemaken natf thin incur* daily . . . and Uwr* win M« your mtmtft SUNDAY. 2-6. P.M. 2144. ; 0ra. Drive 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath $25,800 Connally Trial May Be Colorful WASHINGTON (AP) John . Connally's plea of innocence n the milk-fund bribe affair as set the stage for what could e oha of Watergate's most col- rfuUcourt battles. Connally, who has con- is'teritly denied accusations hat he took two $5,000 payments from the nation's biggest airy cooperative, officially leaded innocent on Friday to harges-of bribery, perjury and onspiracy. Chief U.S. District Judge George L. Hart Jr. set no trial late. When the trial comes, it :ould bring fireworks. On Connally's side is his lawyer, Edward Bennett Williams, me of the nation's best-known criminal attorneys. Connally himself is head of a Houston aw firm that is among the na- ion's largest. Both men cut impressive courtroom figures. Opposing Connally is the Wa- ergate Special Prosecution ^orce,' with "a nearly unblem- shed record of courtroom vic- ories. The prosecution has at east three witnesses and what appears to be a mass of documentary evidence. , But the case may turn on the jelievability of a single star witness, Jake Jacobsen, 55, a "ormer aide to "President Lyn ion B. Johnson. And Jacobsen las already admitted lying under oath. Harold'S. Nelson and Bob A. Lilly,, former officials of Associated Milk Producers Inc., have 2243 N. College 521-1180 MARTHAS NOT SURPRISED NEW YORK (AP) -- Martha Mitchell, wife of former Atty Gen. John Mitchell,' jaid -Friday she was not's'urprised' by Presi dent Nixon's resignation' or the content of his final speech. "You know Nixon has alway: been one that hit. on his gooc qualities," Mrs. Mitchell .told the Pine Bluff Commercial. ;Sh said he was. proud of his; for eign policy but forgot about do mestic matters. . . "Let's ' get things 'done a home and forget foreign pol icy." said Mrs. ..Mitchell^ ,'. She said Nixon's ^resignation had exonerated ^her. --i ; : : 7 "I was the first one in thj whole United States that askei for him to resign," she said, "t year ago in April. Remember' And lhat'.s_when they called m crazy or- drunk." Regarding: possible immunit from prosecution for Nixon Mrs. Mitchell said, "I think ey erybody that's been involved i a criminal offense should b prosecuted, period. I don't car ' , who it is. There's nobody i .yling, conditioning, shampoo, aving, straightening, coloring Bell Begins Voluntary , ID Prograii Do you open your door to strangers? Yoii shouldn't; And the telephone company doesn't expect you to. According to Doug Bradley, supervising^ wire chief for Southwestern' · Bell, that's why the company has initiated a voluntary identification program. '_·; "All of our installers and repairmen arc issued idcntifi- :atio'n cards. In theJJ past :liey'vo been refuircd to : show them on request," Bradley. cxplianed. "To make our customers (eel more secure, we've now instructed our personnel to' present their I.D.'s without" waiting to be asked." Bradley explained this new policy was initiated because some people were claiming to be telephone or other ."Utility service people to gain entry to homes. ·;: "When we visit customers* homes we want them to b'si sure it's us." Bradley said. . -.,' "If an installer doesn't-yolun- tarily show you an I.p. ; , ask for it. They may have just forgotten to do so. If they still don't show you one. shiit the door quickly and don't let them in. If you feel threatened, call the police - .and lei us'· know about it, too." Bradley said this program was tested in Arkansas last year. When contacted later, customers in the test location said they felt more secure laving seen the I.D. card; "The cards themselves ara bound in plastic and should have a photograph ot the nd "flame cutting" for .both nen and ; women. . .... .. "Flame -cutting- is an--oldi pro- ess; -: in,. use! fo8c'de,cades,_but ,p.eople knoto ' . ,. sim ply ' - -involves wisting ' strands of li " j hich very bout . -- It - li air " tog ethe r o that splii. ends stick' but, then unning a thin candle flame long the 'rope' and burning off ne split -ends. It's quite effec- ive; 1 tbough;:sqme poeple" think Csf.Kmd'b'f 'scary. 'But it-is quite afe." - . - . . . . - . . " " ' Jones said for the 1 first week f business; his .'custome'rs have jeen "aboul, ; half men and hall vomen. He'also has worked on iome : chUdren holders." Bradley explained, "If you still have any dotfots after seeing an I.D., ask the installer to wait and quickly check with jffice." - Weinjierger To s Head Delegation '·UN f TED NATIONS (AP) -A- member of President Ford's cabinet, Caspar W. Weinberger, will head a 33-member, American delegation to the U.N. World 'Population. Conference Aug. r -19-30 - in Bucharest", I Romania.) -.. - - . ' The delegates were named on Friday by the U.S. mission to the United Nations. Weinberger, secretary of health, education and welfare, will be chairman of the group.- Russell W. Peterson, chairman of the President's Council on Environ- Salchmo's Widow | Tours Hungary v BUDAPEST (AP) - Mrs. Lucille Armstrong, widow of jazz great. Louis Armstrong, has ended a three-day visit to Hungary. ' Mrs. Armstrong met -twice with leaders of Hungary's jazz world; reminisced about life with "Satchmo" and showed related films. Hungarian Radio repeatedly played Satchmo songs during her visit. Mrs. Armstrong flew to Poland on p'riday, winding up an Eastern European tour sponsored by the United States Information Agency. - Troxell To Run mental Quality, chairman. be vice .Three. : cbngrcssme'ri;:!: iSen. Charles ·H/;.Percy, 'R-Ill.;,^ and Reps. Edith Green; 1 ' D-Or'e';,' .and Silvio-O. Conte. R-Mass.,- were also named to the delegation. Raft' Denied. Entry LONDON ... (AP) -- A c t o ' . r George Raft Has lost another bid to.enter.Britain on grounds "his presence:, in the country still would not be conducive to the public good." The announcement from of-Home Secretary , Roy Jenkins.-on Friday. T -'-'-"-- ·-'--" was "home secre- J.e'nk ins "also" lary-'wIien'Ral 'Ra'ft r was 'ordered out of Britain in 1967. : The Home Office declined to say why Raft, 78, was denied entry permission. But Jenkins said in 1967 that eight Amerian citizens had_ beeiv_de_elared . . ,. , . j an v,iiir,cdl,1 lldU I J C t l \ UCUlfll UU ^^^l-'L^LS; 'Prohibited' itimigr-anU-- dur- cution ir we: set like this, it will continue. GREENBRIER, Ark. AP) -: A. J. "Arch" Troxell of Grecn- brior said Friday lie would seek fill the unsxpired term of Guy "Mutt" Jones Sr. of Convay in the Arkansas Senate if Gov. Dale Bumpers calls a special election. .; Troxell, 75, served one term as a state representative. He was defeated for re-election in 1972 by Rep. Paul Van Dalsem of Perryville after t h e , stata was reriistricted. The Senate voted Aug.* 1 to expel Jones because of his convictions of federal income tax evasion and filing fradulent returns. Jones now is challenging Ihe legality .of that action in Pulaski County Circuit Court. The term will expire in January 1975. Crossell Man h Convicted Of Murder LAKE VILLAGE, Ark. (AP) -- James Williams, 43, of Crossett was convicted of murder Friday by a Chicot County Circuit Court jury which recommended a sentence of. life prison. " " " Williams was accused of the 1964 slaying of Maudine Deggs, 25, of near Crossett. ' He was convicted on charge earlier and sentenced to death, but the Itfte poy,.Winth top Rockefeller commuted "-- ^^ sentence.- ' : . , ' - . Later, the state Supreme Court ordered a new trial for Williams, citing discrimination in the selection of an all-white jury. Williams is black. Jackie Vacations NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) -i Jacqueline Onassis and her two children, Caroline and j^-John Kennedy Jr., are vacationing in Kenya. -The three arrived on Friday nine-day visit. Mrs. nd, Aristotle, make the trip but canceled at the last minute. Liza To Marry ALLENTOWN, Pa, AP) - said they'gi $10,000 for Cc jaye: Jacobsen ionhally. the But so far as is known, Jacobsen is the only witness who can testify that Connally took it, which Connally denies. It is what lawyers sometimes call a "swearing contest." Jacobsen once swore repeatedly, to a grand jury and to the Senate Watergate Committee, that Connally refused the money. In pleading guilty to bribery himself last week, he effectively admitted that he had lied, .·: · · Actress Liza Minnelli says she will marry producer Jack Haley Jr. in September. The Academy'Award-winning actress said she and Haley had been going together for "five or six months.",Asked if,that was long enough to decide on marriage, she said, "When it's right, you know it." Miss Minnelli, 28, declined to give details of the wedding. "Nobody will. know .about it," she said in an interview. ·'· Miss: Minnelli, said her divorce from Australian singer- composer Peter Allen became final two weeks ago. Haley, 41, is the son of actor Jack Haley. .It would be his first marriage,-. . ection with organized and gambling.' out in 1967, Raft was host of the Sound Advice A 'No Parking' zone on South School street very likely was cot violated this week while cily crews worked on street improvement. (TIMESpliofo by Ken Good) -£-'.

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