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47-*eo| Eitate-For Sal* FOUR b«lroom, lhr« b«lh. form*I Hvlniroam, woodburnlni ".replace, fcnc*d-ln Drlvi. backyard, Crestwood THREE btdroom, two b«th kitchen ranje. dl»hw««h«r, central heat nd · Ir, 2\'i Acrea, price reduced, own- ·r will Iln»nc« t 8',i% interest. THREE bedroom older home, located on ona acre. (11,000. HAVE two acre loti dHlinated lor trailer, in Wedlnjton Wooda. S H R E V E Legal Notice* En a ccrtnln deed from Chester Oliver l^ollar ana w![e lo John B, JAichner, ilnlfd Miircli s. 1MI, and of rtcord In Volume in Paw 331. TIIACT 3: 1'nrl ot Ilio NW(4. SWl'i, ot Sec. 13. T-16N, H-30-W, more porllculnrly trllwd AS follows, to-wlt: Beginning At .. [Mini which Is 553.37 reel Soulh nnd ISO feel East of tho Northwest forncr of anid 40 ocro tract; and running thence South 66.13 [ccl to Rock Street; thcnc* Kast with Kock Street in feet; thenc* North 86.13 feel; lli«nc« West 87 feet -- the point of bcaltmlnie: Atio a part ot ]/t One (I) In Block One ( I ) In Hick's AxlJItlon In the Oity of Fayclte- Arkansas, being a strip 5 9 Inches wid« off lh« West of the Soulh B6.13 feet of laid Lot One TRACT 4: Part ol Lola Onl (1) and Two (2) REAL ESTATE REALTOR After hour* calli Gall Brown Henry shreva Hwy. 112 N. Fayettevlllt (42-9100 521-5164 442-5634 I»T OWNER: Inoomt property. 17 apart- Mtnt«, S y««n old, jood location. Priced Despite Upturn, Wall Street Still Remains A Question Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sun., Sept. 22, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS · 7D NEW YORK (AP) -- The stock market took a sharp upward turn this past week, but whether the rally signaled better times ahead for Wall Strct was still very much an open question. Most market experts said reannably. Good Phtm 443-3946. llnancinK available. FOUR acrej on hlzbiwy. Good mler, «o*e In Lincoln. Two bsdroom moblTi korae, lal model, JT.S60. Would ten aeparalely. Phone 84SJ351. OWN DAILY 3 NEW HOMES Mockingbird Lane (off Overcrest Drive) Ranch and Split. 3 BB., formal living room 2 baths, family room, FP large kit. all built-ins, exlra big double garage carpeted, AC. Priced Tow to mid 30'«. financing available. GINTONIO BLDG. CO. Phone 521-3373 n Block One ( I I of Hick's Addition o Inn City of Fayellevllle. Arkansas as per plat on file In the OJIJce of the Circuit clerk and Bx-offldo Recorder ot W««h1n»lon County, Arkansas, des crlbcrl as follows, to.wlt: Beginning point which IB 3 feet and 9 Inches East ot the SW corner ot Lot One 1 thenca running East 53.61 feel, thence Norlh 107.2 teel lo the North line of said Ijol Two (11, thence West 58.51 feel. thence south 107.2 feet to the point of beginning. THACT 5: Lot No. 3 and Part ol Lot 3, Block 1, Hick's Addition. 65 feet x 107 feet, more or less. TRACT 6: The West Half tWW) of Lot Numbered One (1) In Block Numbered Three (3) In Bole's Addition to the. City ot Pay. ettevllle, Arkansas, as per plat on file In the Office of the Circuit Clerk and Ex-Ofliclo Recorder of waihlneton county. Arkansas. To rezone from. R-2, Medium Density Residential District and R-0, Ttesldcntlat-office Dliitrlcl to c-3, Central Commercial District. All interested parties may appear and be heard at said time and place. A copy ol the projxwed amendments and other pertinent data are open and available for inspection In the Office of City Planning. City Administration Building market was over. The Bow Jones TWO lott, 10x50 mobile home, central heat. nea t, 2Vi ml!« from JtlkMi r fi»hln« lake. Call 843 Legal Notices-- they would have to see more and stronger gains before they could pronounce with any certainty that the long 1973-74 bear average of 30 industiral stocks climbed 3.57 points to 670.78. recouping most of the 50-point loss that wept it to a 12-year .closing ow the week before. It was the Dpw's best weekly performance since early June vhen it climbed a record 51,55 . Fflyetle-vllle. Arkansas. All Interested parties are Inviled lo review tlie petition In saia Office and .dlscuw Ui« details wltti Hie Planning Ad ·Vninlslralor. GIVEN UNDBJl MT HAND THIS 19Ui day ot September 1974- ERJfEOT JACKS, Eecretarj Itc - 32 BIDDERS WllMnfrton County is now accepting Hdj on Heel shelvin« and files lo be iMed In the new vaults. Bpeetfloationi may be obtained from the Washington Counts 1 Purchasing Agent. Bid opening will be held October 1, 1474 al 10:00 a.m. In the Washington County Purchasing Agent's Offloe, Oourt- houit, Payttttville, Arkansas Phone 413- 7J9C. lie - a NOTICE IK THE PROBATE COUIIT 0] WASHINGTON OOUNTY, ARKANSAS ·* IN THE 1IATTBII OF THE ESTATE OF NINA X. 1'RISLE, DECEASED NO, P-74-176 Last known address of decedent: City Hospital GcrUlrjc Onter, 221 south aohool, Faytttevllle, Arkansas; also Park- vi*w AptrtmeaU, Apartment C-8, 33 Weil Proiped, Fayellevllle, Arkansas; also ' P.O. Box 1452, Fayeitevilln, Arkansas. Data of Dealh: August 27, 1974. An Initrumenl dated February 12, 1W8, was on tb* tth day of September, 1' admitted to probate as the last of the abov* named decedent, and Ihe undersigned has been appointed executor thereunder. A contest ot Ihe probU of the will can bt elfecled only by riling * petition wJthln lh» time provided by . law. Alt persons having claims Bgatnst the · estate must .ezhibli them, duly verified, · to tb« under*]med within six months - from Ihe dale of the Krai publication · of thfi notice, or they thali be forever barred and precluded from any benefit In the estate. This notice first published 22nd day of September, 1974. , The First National Bank of Fayetlevllle, FayettevJUe, Arkansas P.O. Box IM1 FayeltevIIFv, Arkansas 72701 Cited For Poaching ENNIS, Mont. (AP) -- Mat Dillon's deputy on the television series "Gunsmoke" has plead ed guilty and paid a $300 fine for illegally killing a deer ou of season. A spokesman for the Montana Fish and Game Departmen said on Friday night that Bud Taylor, who plays "Newly" 01 the successful television series was cited Sept. 12 for poachini points before sinking into a jeep decline that continued through the summer. Standard Poor's 500-stock index rose 5.94 to 70.14, and the New York Stock Exchange's composite index of all Us listed common slocks was up 2.03 at 3B.74. Advances outnumbered declines 1,419 lo 35G among the 1973 issues traded on the Big Board. The setting for the rally bo.ro .. close similarity to the one in which the early-June upswing had occurred. In each case, forces within the market itself seemed lo be giving it an upward bias after periods of sharp decline. And each time it was hopes for relief from the interest-rate squeeze that provided spark. Those hopes, of course, went u n f u l f i l l e d in June -- [act Greek-Turkish Cypriots Hold Another Prisoner Exchange NICOSIA, Cyprus ( A P ) -- l a n d sandbagged gun emplacc- Greek and Turkish Cypriols ex; ments. changed another 153 sick and There were shrieks of joy wounded prisoners of war Sat-i from those who spotted a loved urday, and some ot the POWs'one and cries ^ of agon.- ' complained of overcrowding,' those who didn't. filth and poor food. i One young Turkish PC poor Red Cross officials and United Nations troops supervised the transfer of 42 Greek Cypriot prisoners and 111 Turk- kish Cypriots in the parking lot of the war-battered Ledra Palace Hotel. A few of the POWs arrived in ambulances, the rest in buses v which parked side by side be- ist potter neath the bullet-pocked hotel | rro , v( j c d ' POW with said he was "not mistreated too much but the food was awful." His mother dragged him away through the crowd before he could say any more. A Greek Cypriot returnee complained of "sheer neglect rather than physical torlure." Costas Sava, a well-known aii- "We were crowded 300 to 400 in window- whlch added an additional note ol caulion this time. At the weekend, however, general hope for lower interes ales lingered. That optimism apparently received a boost Friday, when Arthur F. Burns, chairman of :he Federal Reserve Board, told a conference on inflation "It would be undesirable to f u r t h e r intensify monetary restraint." The Fed's restrictive credit policies, designed lo combat inflation, are generally conceded to be a major factor in rise of interest rates. The week's volume on the NYSE totaled 77.09 million shares, up from 67.75 million the week before. Seven Big Board stocks hit new 1974 highs, against 803 new lows. A m e r i c a n Telephone Telegraph was the most active individual issue, up 1% at 42. Other volume leaders included Southern Co., up 1 at 103k: Texaco, ahead % at 12 3 /s and Pan American World Airways, up / 8 at 214. On the American Stock Exchange, the market value index added 3.48 to 66.07. The Associated Press 60-stock average closed at 211.8, up 16.2. Weather Forecast Showers are predicted for lite Northeast and over portions of Alabama, Georgia, I'loriila ami the Carollnas and In parts of Texns, Arizona, New Mexico and Southern California. The rest of the nation should remain seasonable. (AP Wire- photo) Examined By Smithsonian Exhibit XT '. . , . LIUWUI^U uuu tvj TVU jil xyuiuvw- that was once Nicosia s most , ess Etorer0 oms for days on popular tourist haunt. end| our clolllBS dripping wilh Most of the POWs were elder- perspiration in the oppressive ly men, who had apparently; mid-summer heat, suffocating been rounded up in their homes [ r om the stench of lalrine pails and villages by the armies of both sides after the Turks In- deer. Records show that Taylor, vho lives in the Ennis area, rieaded guilty to the mis- emeanor charge before Jus- ice of the Peace Edmund Bou- hard in McAllister, a small Vfadison River Valley commu- lity. vaded Cyprus July 20. Crowds gathered on bo sides of the dividing line in r cos'i!. hoping f o catch glimpse of a missing relative friend. They broke into a plause when the buses pull out of the Ledra parking past barbed wire barricad in the same place "I never imagined one could ap- agi suffer so much." George Prokopoiu, 39, a ifarmer, commented: "The filth was unbelievable." Another prisoner said he existed on bread and olives in a detention lot,was improved for a Red Cross Ford Biography To Be Written by terHorst Pear-Shaped People Said Successful LONDON (AP) -- If you have a shape like a pear, don't let it bother you too much. You are more likely to succeed in life than most people. At least, that is the noncalor- ic observation set forth in an Possibility Of Extraterrestrial Life WASHINGTON (AP) -- Just]formation about the solar sys-]that there is considerable life around the corner from Charles tern received by space probes elsewhere in the universe." Lindbergh's "Spirit o f ' St. Sand satellites and looks lo f u - . The last section deals with ef- Louis" and Neil Armstrong's j t u r e projects, such as Amer-: forts being made by cosmogra- Apollo II moon capsule, a n e w j i c a ' s Viking spacecraft, which Iphers, astronomers, astrophy- Smithsonian exhibit examines:is to land on Mars in 1976 lo'sicists, chemists and biologists article in "The Director" THE DIRECTOR'S ADMINISTRATION NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARCNO PLANNING COAEMISSION HEARINGS UNDER THE CODE OK ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF FAVETTEVILIE ARKANSAS. NOTICE 15 HEREBY GIVEN THAT PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS Or THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE. ' THE F O L L O W I N G PETITION FOR REZONDs'O IOIA3 BEEN SET FOR HEARING BEFORE THE PLANNING COMMISSION IN - .- -K O O H , CITY BUILDING, FA-YETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS, ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1974, AT 4:00 p.m. PETITION NO. R74 17: The petition of Mr. Charles E. Barrett for properly localed on the Northaast ' and Southeast corners of College Avenue and Hock Streel. more purtlcularli' described as follows: TRACT 1: Part « the NWK, SW11 of Sec. IS. T-16-N. K-30-W, described ai follows, to-wlt: Beginning al a point « chain* and 15 links South of the Norm- wast comar of aald 40 acre tract, and running Uience Soulh -45 feet for beginning point NEW YORK (AP) - High above of New York's Central Park sits the 31-year-old Nigerian publisher who outfoxed all the moguls of the book world. He signed Jerald terHorst to write a biography of President journey from engineering to publishing. "Although science and medicine the influential, policy determines what a scientist can do and policy is determined by public opinion. Public opinion is " There thence East 130 feet, by the tails Joseph Ok- Ihince Soulh 50 feet, thence West 130 Inc. thence North SO Icel lo the point el bMlnnlnK, Its* and eicepl Inn! portion embraced in College Avenue, being 30 fett or equnl and uniform width off Ihi West side of jald lot. TRACT 2: Part «r the NW11. SWii, of Sec. 15, T-ift-N, R-30-W, described as beginning It · point 8 chains and K links South Ford. I've got them this time," says paku, president of The Third p ress _ Joseph Okpaku Publishing Co., Inc. "It's very clear: terHorst is somebody every publisher would like to have." The biography by the President's recently resigned press secretary and longtime associate will be in bookstores on election day in November. Ok- paku expects sales to be close to $1 million. TerHorst, who resigned earlier this month in protest of Ford's full pardon of Richard Nixon, was given the largest advance Third Press has ever given, Okpaku said. He would of l NW corner or mid 40 acre tract, and runninf thence South AS leet, thence Eait ISO feet, tbenc« North 45 feet, Ihcnce West 130 feel to the place of beffinnlnjf. SuWect u any rights reserver and «xc«pUd as easement for driveway reel In »ld1h alonl the South side of laid lot, more particularly Ml out , not divulge the amount. The Jerry terHorst book was no accident," Okpaku said. "It always has been my intention to make Third Press an influential publishing house, no matter how small. "Jerry's a very warm person and is extremely good to work with" said the publisher who WE NEED HOMES TO SELL WE DO AIX THE WORK »r,d put the CASH Mr, your hand^ We have tMdy tuyere and an energetic «alei j l a f f . LET US WORK JOB YOU! 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SCHOOLS better book writer than he real- University and later received a not here," he -said. Third Press puts out 30 titles engineering from Stanford Uni- each year. One of its best-selling hooks is "If They Come in brought up with a certain sense the Morning," by Angela Davis, which has sold 20,000 hard-cov- of the future role in the devel- er copies in the three months it said, as he began to explain his magazine, a journal of the British Institute of Directors. Some of the pear-shaped people who have reached the op, says the article, are Napo- con, Gen. Charles de Gaulle, ,lie late president of France, and British Prime Minister Elarold Wilson, also Wilson's predecessor a prime minister and now British opposition leader, Edward Heath. The article was written by John Byrne, managing dircctoi of a glass manufacturing firm who noted that many pear shaped people showed the qual ities of intelligence and lead ership. Tile successful lype, says the article, has the rather narrow shoulders and elongated limbs of the lean type, and Ihe wide hips and somewhat pudgy chest and belly of the fat type. In exaggerated form, the successful shape "is like a pear or an inverted top." says the magazine. It is also known as the "Burgundy bottle" look. General de Gaulle was a good example of man so c l e a r l y pear-shaped that even a military cloak did not hide it, the article says. And, it went on, Napoleon was very small and clearly pear-shaped. Harold Wilson falls into the the possibility that life exists elsewhere in the universe. Set to open Monday at the Institution's Air and Space Museum, the exhibit explores this fascinating possibility with intriguing displays. There are films, paintings, push-button shows and an eight-minute television clip of "The French Chef," Julia Child, concocting a "primoridal soup" to show how life might have formed on ·aril]. Museum director Michael Collins sees the new, per nianent exhibit as "summing up of what is known today about the universe. "It is also a probe into the unknown, and it about the types search for life forms. to detect arid communicate "If Viking does detect life," i with what may be other in- Zistein said, "it could mean 1 lelligent life in the universe. IB-Perl Course By Newspaper To Be Offered In The TIMES category also, says Byrne, adding thai cartoonists always capture his pear-shape when they draw him. As for Edward Heath, Byrne says he conceals his figure nicely when wearing conventional suits but illustrates the pear type pretty well when in his sailing outfit. speculates of extraterrestrial life which might reasonably exist," said Collins, a ormer astronaut who also flew on Apollo 11 as command module pilot. Mclvin Zisfein, exhibit director, said that "Ten years ago we could not have developed such an exhibit, but the last decade lias produced a vasl amount of knowledge about the universe," tie added. The exhibit asks such ques lions as: Is there life elsewhere in the universe? If we find it how will we communicate will it? If we can communicate vhat will we say? Zisfein said, "The search m. Perhaps it will be the mos m port ant search in the historj f mankind." The visitor enters the exhibi nto a "universe" where floor o-ceiling photographs am graphics under black light sho\ he vastncss of space and its rillions of stars. Special effects race Ihe theories of the origin ind development of the uni- ·erse. Life on Earth section deals vith the knowledge of the ori- Jins and nature of life on this ilanet. One display explains experiments conducted by Dr. Cy- 1! Ponnamperuma of Ihe Uni- ·ersily of Maryland, lo create organic molecules in a simu- "In search of the American Dream" an 18-part course by newspaper will be offered to readers in the TIMES beginning Sepl. 29. , The course was developed by jniversity Extension, Uniyer- ity of California at San Diego nd is funded by the National endowment for the Humanities ind receives support from the Exxon Education Foundation. Each week the TIMES will carry one of the lessons, presented by outstanding educa- r». Hammerj, ONLY tH.OOO. Listed by REDUCED TO ONLY $12,000 CLOSE ENOUGH TO WALK w_471 TO LIBRARY -- SCHOOL -- and the SQUARE, 4 bedrooms. bitof d«n SANGE DISPOSAL, carpets, drapej «nd 2 AIR CONDI TIONHW. A G O O D BUY IlJled by Mrs. Hammers. UTLEY and Company, Inc. REALTOR On the Square Since 1742 OFFICE 442-8241 REALTOR HOME PHONE Mr«. Hammer* .. 443-2083 HalModlin 521-410 H. L. Utley 442-40*4 Experienced, Responsible Salei Repretentatlve* Lon Non Greeted PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) -- There were 100 high- ranking officer^, politicians and government ministers al the airport to greet Brig. G e n . Lon Non, who returned Saturday after an 18-month absence. Lon Non was once considered the power behind his oldci brother, President Lon Nol. Lon Non left under U.S. pressure in April, 1973, and spent most of his time touring U.S. military bases and public works proj ccts. His supporters think he wil inherit power if his brother re signs or dies. Those interested in taking tha course for college credit through the University of Arkansas should contact the Department of Independent Study, Division of Continuing Education. Professors Gordon Harrington and Keith Sutton are coordinators for the course, which carries two semester credit hours. If the course is taken for credit students should obtain a copy of the Reader arid study guide. Below ordering the rials. is a coupon for necessary mate- ated primitive earth environ- ncnt. Ponnampfiruma's "recipe" is maginatively illustrated in the tulia Child TV f i l m as she carefully measures and mixes the chemicals of life' in her dtchen. The third section details Mansion Ransacked LONDON (AP) -- The burglars got several thousand dollars worth of paintings, porcelain and clocks. Former British Prime Minister Harold Macmil Ian got a good nights sleep. Police say thieves stole into and ransacked Macmillan's three-story mansion, Birci' Grove House, at Haywflrd's Heath in East. Sussex early Fri day while Macmillan, who was Conscvative prime minister from 1057 to 1963 and now is BO years old, slept. HAVE WE GOT SOMETHING TO SHOW! JOSEPH OKPAKU . .outfoxed publishing moguls FREEMAN REAL ESTATE COMPANY requests the honor of your presence at our OPEN HOUSE Sunday, Sept, 22, from 1:00 to 5:00 at 2930 Mayberry Strawberry Hill Off Old Wire Road North This contemporary home features 3 large bedrooms, 2 full baths, Intercom lyflem, Family Hoom with fireplace and vaulted beamed ceilings, DROP BV AKD SEE US AT YOUR CONVENIENCE FREEMAN-SMITH BlULDEHS We're having Open House so you can see this Dream House located at 1880 Winwood, sporting four bedrooms two full baths, lots more extras including a setting wit' trees! We'll be there to show it Saturday and Sunday, 2:00 lo 6:00 p.m. Come see for yourself how nice it really is! 2543 N. Collegs 521-1180 To order Ibe READER and/or. STUDY GUIDE for "In Search of THE AMERICAN DREAM," use the coupon p r i n t e d below, or write lo THE NEW AMERICAN LIBRARY, INC., P.O. Box 999, Berf-enfield, N.J. 07621. Include the list price $4.50 (Reader) and/or $2.50 (Study Guide), plus 25e per copy to cover h a n d l i n g and mailing costs. Please send check or money order--no currency or C.O.D.'s. THE NEW AMERICAN LIBRARY, INC. P.O. Sox 999, Bergenfield, New Jersey 07621 Please send me copy/copies of IN SEARCH OF THE AMERICAN DREAM: READER (A Meridian Book, F422, 54.50). Please send me copy/copies of IN SEARCH OF THE AMERICAN D R E A M : STUDY GUIDE (A Meridian Book, F423, $2.50). I am enclosing a total of 5 Name Address. Cily_ -Slate_ _Zip_ Mariner 10 Begins Series Of Prime-Time Photos Of Mercury PASADENA, Calif. (AP) --i jleyision cameras aboard Hie arincr 10 spacecraft began icking a series of "prime me" pictures of Mercury on aturday as the metallic prohe itiatcd its second encounter ith the tiny, cold-looking plan- The first of the 330 detailed lotographs were taken from lout 55,000 miles away, but dentists at the Jet Propulsion aboralory said they were not sufficient quality to warrant nmediate reaction. They ex ectcd -better quality pictures s the probe moved closer to lored south polar region. Scientisls hoped the pictures ould provide a better under- landing of how the (iny planet jrmed into a sphere with a cavy iron core covered by a lin rocky crust, Scientists said the long-range ameras aboard Mariner start- d sending their birdscye view f Mercury back to Earth on chedule and reporled no prob ems aboard the miniature pacecraft. Within two hours, the robo 1 pace explorer was to zoom ast Mercury's southern hemi sphere at a distance of 29,81' niles fnd completing its rapid uccession series of black vhite photos. WEIRD TERRAIN A member of the JPL scicn ific television team, Donald E (ranlt, said he hoped to se iome of the "weird terrain and large, smooth basins tha were evident in pictures take luring the first Mariner 10 vis ,o Mercury last March. Scientists expected the be: photos to be taken within [our-hour period, which the called "prime time," while tl space craft zoomed by th south polar region. The Mariner photos we beamed 105 million miles Earth where they were r ceived by a set of huge rod antennacs in the Californ desert, They were then, Irai: tied lo scientisis at the Marl- control center in Pasadena. The study of Mercury's ake-up in relation to lUai's. enus, Earth and Earth's oon, may help provide details ttie evolution of the planets osest to the sun. A series of 84 pictures taken Mariner's twin cameras Fri- showed mainly the samo esolale, meteorite-pocked sur- ce which the spacecraft phq- raphed March 20. Not until aturday's encounter was pre- ously unseen territory lo ime into the cameras' view. Mercury, a scant 3,000 milts i diameter, is the innermost anet of the solar system. It is scorching proximity to the un and temperatures range om about 650 dtgrees farcit- eit on the lighted side to 3000 egrees below zero on the dark de. 'Johnny' Won'l Fii Bel! Hop Uniform TALAHASSEE. FLa. (AP) -- The voice thai used to shrill 'Call for Phiip Morrris" hasn't ihangctl. but there's no way ittle Johnny can squeeze into lis scarlet bellhop lunic these lays. At 57, Abraham Mirkin, who vas the second Johnny, still measures 4-fcet-6, bill bis veight has increased f r o m 17 xiunris to 118. The bellhop uniform is relegated to a display case in his ice cream parlor. He bought Ihe store a couple of years ago after six years working for Phillip Morris, making four movies, running a bar in his hometown of Philadelphia, and appearing as a television comedian. He tried retirement at Miami Beach briefly in 1959. "I went nuts counting yio cars go by," he said.

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