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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Mon., Sept. 23, 1974 KAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Legal Notices- No TICK No. r-71-162 IN Till; PKOBATE COUNT 01-' WASHINGTON COUNT V. AUKANSAS IK TUB MAILER or TUB KSTATK OF Charles A. McAnnrncy, deceased I«ist known ndddrcss of Occcck'iil: 2025 IVctlltiRloti, Knyellovlllc, Arkansas Date ot Ilcntli: August 23, 1971 An Instrument d.iicd December 3, 1073, wns on the lllh tiny ot September. 1971, acunlltca to [rotjalc us the lasl will of the nbovc named UcccOenl and llic umEci'Igned has been appointed executor tlicrcimttcr. A conUsst of the prul ot Hie will can be cffcclerf only by filing a pctilion wiUiln the time provided by law. All persons Jiavinff claims affalnsl the cslatc must exhibit them, duly verified. to the undersigned within six nioi irom the d n to of the first [tublicalion o[ this notice, or Ihey shall !x forever barred nncl precluded from any benefit In the estate. This notice first miblislied 16 day Sept.. 1 [ JT4. Rolwrt Joseph MeAnarne EXECUTOR By; Bob I Mays; AILornc.v lor Executor P.O. Box 3SS FnyettcvIHe, Arkansas 7270 2lc 1G,23 IN THE CHANCERY COURT Ob" WASHINGTON' COUKTV, ARKANSAS WAHN1XG onnElt Peter G,, Estos and William A, Storey Plaintiff Vs. CII-7-1-758 Jim Coleman Defendant Trie D e f e n d a n t Jim CWenian Is ·warnei to aj)]iear in this Court within. Ihirlj flays and answer the. complaint ot the P l a i n t i f f in the titxive entitled cause. Witness my hand and se'al ol this Court this 23 day of Aufnist. 197-1. Alma KoHmeyer Chancery Clerk By Kaye ChappelL D.C. (SEAM 4TC SEPT. 2,9.16.23 .eqa! Notices-- velLcvlllu. Arkansas, this 12th May of September, 1?74 CITY 01=" VAYKTrKVn.LK. ARKANSAS CIVIL SBKVICE2 COMMISSION Iris Dcos , Acting Secretary 3Tu 16. 23, 30 Rabbi Plans To Establish Fund JERUSALEM (AP) -- Rabbi Bai-uch Korff, a supporter of 'ormcr President Ricliarcl M. Nixon, says lie's establishing an international Fund." Korff, who "Nixon Justice formed a com mittee to defend Nixon while he was said still the in the White House, fund would help paj Economic Summit Must Bypass Bias To Find Solution By JOHN CUNN1FF NEW YORK (AP) -- Now that hundreds of the nation's allegedly most competent theorists and practitioners have hacked llieir through the Nixon's legal fees. The rabbi, who is in Jerusalem for the Jewish New Year, said on Sunday he had talked to Nixon by telephone last week and the former president said it was hard for him to a c c e p t President Ford's pardon. 'The only difficulty is for an innocent man to accept a pardon," Korff said Nixon told him. NOTICE OF EXAMINATION EMPLOYMENT FOR IN POLICE AND FIRE DEPARTMENTS Notice i5 hereby given the Civi] Service Commission of the C i l y of FayellcvHte, Arknnsas \vill on seventh d^y oT October, 1975, at P.M. Jn the Board of Directors Hoom ot the Cily Administration Building FayetteviJle, Arkansas, hold cxcuninnlions [or positions in the Police Department economic foothills in eight pre- summit inflation conferences, the summit is in sight. On September 27 and 28, President Ford a n d . his staff will try to bring some focus to the scores of messages that have come forth from economists, labor leaders, government officials, bankers and olh- rs. But the summit meeting will by no means be the culmination of the anti-inflation effort. More, instead, like the beginning. Opinion and fact has poured down in a torrent in the past three weeks and now it must be distilled. That job falls to Paul W. r e o n e S , d M o lake 'examinations are hereby notified that application forms for .such examinations may be obtained from the Unicf ot Police, the Fire Chief or the Secretary of the Commission, and that soch applications must bo executed by the applicant and lilcd with the Commission not less than three 3 days before the date of such e x n m i n n i o n . A!l persons successfully passing said examinations will be certified as eligible to fill the positions for which the Cam- mission may f i n d them qualified. AH officers now serving in cither the Polire Department or the Fire Department on temporary appointment are required to take such examination in order to continue in such service. WITNESS THE HAND of the Civil Service Commission of the City of Marshall Killed BLYTIIEVILLE, Ark. (AP) -- A suspect \vas in custody Sunday in the shooting death of City Marshal Kenneth Gilmore of Dyess. No charge had been filed, a Blythcville police spokesman said. Gilmore was killed and bis estranged wife, Sue, was ini of the ciiy| wounded dlll .j n g a p apparent said | family fight, authorities said. Mississippi C o u n t y deputies August rose 1.3 per cent, or one of the worst readings since .947, Wholesale prices rose 3.9 icr cent in August, meaning more retail price increases are ilready in the works. Industrial production is off. Unemplpy- nent may be rising. Housing already is in a depression. At the same time, an area ol jright sky has appeared as the summit conies into view. This sun hasn't burst through by any means, but short-term interesl rates seem ready to fall. Anc Arthur F. Burns, Federal Reserve Board chairman, main ;ains there'll be no further tightening of the money stipply Two assessments of the pre summitry already can be made: · --The various conferences turned up very little tha wasn't already known by the so-called experts, but there ib said they got a telephone call from a 'woman early Saturday who said she was calling from the Gilmore residence. Deputies said the woman tried to say something, but then a gunshot was heard and the phone went dead. Officers said Gilmove had been shot once through the heart with his own gun, a 357- niagmm pistol. Mrs. Gilmore was shot wilh a .22-caliber pistol, depulies said. McCracken, chief economic adviser under former President Richard M. Nixon. McCracken was assigned the temporary job of formulating an economic program. While L. William Seidman, the summit's executive direc- .or, maintained earlier this nonth that the effort wasn'l 'designed to be a decision-mak- ng apparatus," it cannot be anything but that, for political and economic reasons. RESTLESSNESS SEEN Evidence of restlessness comes from all sections of the country, and congressmen and others know that such murmur- ng generally is articulated al :he polls. Besides, the worsening economic situation demands action. As preparations for the con- 'erence proceed, the readings on the nation's health indicate a worsening fever. The consumer price index in FOR SALE To The Highest Bidder For Cash Home in good condition. 8 rooms, 3 bedroom, 11/2 baths. Am prepared to sacrifice for quick sale. We have $17,000 in it. Bid Accepted May Surprise ,You Offer to Sept. 30th 219 W. Willow, Rogers -- 636-4936 little doubt that the meaning and dangers of inflation have been effectively publicized. --There is no easy cure for inflation. There is no quick cure. There is no cure that wil satisfy everyone. Nevertheless, two wide areas of agreement have been demon strated: ^-Spending should be dis couraged, especially excessiV' government pending -- that is spending that exceeds reve nues. - Interest rates are too higl and should come down. The disagreements were more obvious, not only amon; economists, for example, bu between business and labor housing and lenders, stock bro kers and representatives of th poor. Since no moves are likely tc win complete approval, th most effective answer to in flalion might eventually tur out to be leadership. Surprising Patriots, Cards Remain Unbeaten By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Both lightly regarded in most National Football League circles, the New England Patriots and St. Louis Cardinals remain unbeaten today following the second weekend of play. New England,, which stunned Miami in its opener a week ago, got three touchdown field goals by Erroll Mann. Browns 20, Oilers 7 Cleveland played opportun Alex Karras To Cover Dallas, Philadelphia Football Dispute FOOTBALLER TURNS BROADCASTER . .Alex Karros, former ranking member of the Detroit Lions' defense, returns to ABC-TV's broadcast booth tonight to help cover dispute Christians Rejoice Throughout Little Rock Church Robbery LITTLE ROCK (AP - Four, armed robbers slipped into the Sunday morning service at the "lie Rock Church of Faith and stole more than $100 and two items of jewelry. The 30 persons in attendance rejoiced throughout the rob- aery, which lasted about five minutes. While three men stood guard at the front and rear of the church's building, an unmasked The gunman didn't lake time to be sure that the people gave all of moved their like said Dwayne sists Bond. man walked from person to person collecting money in aag. One woman who had no money was forced to give up her wedding and diamond engagement rings. l!y JAY SIIAltnUTT NEW YOHK (AP) - Alex Knn-:is, the former ranking member of the Detroit Lions' defense department, returns to ABC-TV's broadcast booth tonight lo help cover a pro football dispute between Dallas and Philadelphia. But neither Karras Jior ABC say they know yet if he'll be named the permanent resident ot the chair vacated when Don Meredith jumped to NBC and his successor, Fred Williamson, was ousted after three games. ABC says it still is pondering whether to hire Kai'ras permanently or try making do jttst with regulars Frank Gifford and Howard Cosell (or the rest of the National Foolbull league season. Karras, who carved out a new career as an actor and free-wheeling talk show guest after his playing days ended, was in Los Angeles last \veek and was asked if. ho signed contract with ABC. "Maw, I haven't done anything yet," he said, pulling tongue in cheek. "I don't be lieve in signing contracts be cause it gives, you a sense ol responsibility to everybody am I'd rather get fired." Karras, who made his debit last Monday on ABC's fcotbal show, broke into sportsqasling two seasons ago covering tele vised games of the Canadiai Football League, He was among -those whon ABC initially considered as Me redith's replacement, but theo rizes he didn't get the nod be with anybody when I wns play- ig football." An NI''L spokesman s a i d ha new of no objections to Kar;is. Ho also said the league has o say about whom (lie thrco c I w o r k s Jiiro as com- enlatoi'S. Knvras, wlio lavishly praised oscll and Gifford 'for their elp in his ABC debut, won't tck employment should ADC ecide against him as a per- laiient thivd man in its Moil- ay night football gobfest. He's got a role this month in Death Stalk," a made-for-TV ilm and plans to emote next rionlH in Chicago in "Growl ,ike a Dear," a serious football jlm he says he helped write. Vho's the star of it? "Me," growled the ex-Lion, 'hen he broke up. "Wlio the icll else?" money. "They scared rabbits," Kelley, who as- cause of "people who thought might hurt the game in some respects. "I'm not pointing Ihc finge al (club) owners or anything _ , . . . Kl1 ' TI awful lot of people Mrs.; Bond was working in thought I didn't hold the Na the church's nursery at the time. Afterwards, she told her husband that she had thought, "What a lovely service they must be having," for, as she sat in the nursery, she c o u l d a hearing the rejoicing. Throughout which lasted the about robbery, five minutes, the congregation "raised their hands, praised the Lord and rejoiced," said Lyle Bond, the preacher. "Our church emphasizes giving lhanks to the Lord and having peace." Twice, the gunman taking the collection told the congregation to stop the rejoicing, but it con 7 tinned. "That seemed to un- Several members gave contributions to Hie church later in Ihe service anyway, and [he unexpected interruption did not alter Bond's sermon about Moses · sending 12 spies into the Promised Land. lional Football League in revci ence along with the Johnn Mann singers or the America flag. "That was my problem," hi laughed. Did the NFL hier archy object the m o s t to th idea of him as Meredith's sue cessor? "Yeah, I Ihink so,' "And I don't blame lie salt 'em be cause I've always been a rob and the kind of guy who neve really got along loo famousl Texas Area Oels More Rain By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Rainy weather that has satu- ·alcd much ot West Texas and southern New Mexico the past vcck continued to soak the at- ·cacly waterlogged region la- Jay.' Since last Tuesday, Hope, N.M., had received nearly seven inches of rain. Flash flood watches contin- jed in effect in portions of Southwest Texas and New Mexico. Overflows from the rains caused flooding of the Lower Valley area southeast of El Paso and some residents were evacuated. Water was reported knee deep to chest high in the Cedar Grove area adjoining El Paso. There were also reports ot the Rio Grande flooding clown- stream from El Paso. Early today more rains were scattered along the southern California region and' another shower system was reported along Florida and the Atlantic Coast. 1 - ipasses from Jim Plunkett and early extra point kick but made istic football, forcing six Hous-, nerve them a bit," Bond said, ton turnovers and beating the -- Oilers with Greg Pruitt running for 89 yards and Mike Phipps passing for 141. Jets 23, Bears 21 . . . Bobby Howfield missed an WOMAN'S WORID 726 A Convenient Sewing and hopping Guide for Today's Gal on the Go, Go forth everywhere in thisj vivid new topper. Crochet this eye-catching set in 2 colors of knitting worsted. Both are snuggly and warm and made moslly of single crochet. 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Thnsp results left the Pats goal "ailed down the victory nd Cards i" NFL unbeaten! des P ite Chicago's late rally, ntl uaras is IN*L, unoeaien^ Packers 20, Colls 13 Green Bay intercepted end action. Sunday's other scores were San Francisco 1C. Atlanta Miami 24, Buffalo San Diego 20, Cincinnati 17; Cleveland 20, Houston 7; Minnesota timore 13; the New York Jels 23, Chicago 21; Los Angeles 24, New Orleans 0; Oakland 27, Kansas Cily 7; and Pittsburgh 35, Denver 35, in the first regular season overtime game in NFL history. Patriots 28, Giants 20 Plunkett hit flanker Randy Vataha and running backs Sam Cunningham and Mack Herron for one score apiece. Herron, scalback-sized al 5-fool-5, and Cunningham, a powerfully-con- slrucled 6-3, contributed 150 four ire passes to defeat the Colts with MacArthur Lane scoring Iwo touchdowns. Chester Marcol kicked two long field goals, one from 39 yards and the other from 52 for the Packers. Rams 24, Saints 0 Los Angeles dominated New Orleans completely with John Hadl Ihrowing two louchdown passes and the defense sacking Saints' quarterback Archie i manning five times. Lawrence McCutcheon gained 102 yards rushing for the Rams. Raiders 27, Chiefs 7 Ken Stabler fired three TD passes, two of them to rookie Dave Casper and the other to Mike Siani as Oakland whipped Kansas City. Steelers 35, Broncos 35, lie The first regular season over- lime game in NFL history ended in a tie when Pittsburgh and Denver struggled through a 'The people were very brave." The organist played softly as :he congregation was robbed. Bond said the robbers fled with about $120 in cash and the rings; The gunmen, armed with pis- lols and a sawed-olt rifle, never became violent. Police said it was the first time in their memory that a church at Lillle Hock had been "hijacked." No arrest had been made late-Sun day. The Sunday morning service began at 10:30 a.m. at the church, an interdenominational Pentecostal group. Bond said the robbery began about 10:50 a.m., just after the singing started the congregation to be seated and was beginning announcements when a casually dressed man stepped inside the building. : The man pulled a gun and 1 shouted, "Don't move." Three other men followed him inside. One of the men began laking p the collection. ,,He started t · one side in the back and ind of worked his way up and ack," Bond said.-"He went to ach person and held the gun n them while they gave." The gunmen did not approach Bond and two others at the ront of the building. Everyone else gave. An el- crly woman passing through Little Rock carried life savings congregation finished up the collection." He Suddenly, a mild day turns cool and how glad you arc to toss on this cuddly, cape you crocheted. Dress is a charmer. Printed Pattern 4896: Misses' Sizes 10, 12. 14, 16, 18. 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Chargers 20, Bengals 17 San Diego ended Cincinnati's 14-game home field winning streak with quarterback Dan Fouls climaxing a 98-yard march by plunging in for Ihe Chargers' winning louchdown. Dolphins 24, Bills 16 Slalled by New England in ils opener, defending world champion Miami got untracked against Buffalo, converting a pair of Bills' turnovers into touchdown passes by Bob scoreless 15-minute extra period. Joe Gilliam, who passed for 348 yards, marched Pittsburgh to three second-half TDs but Denver came from behind for the lying TD when Olis Arm- slrong look a screen pass 23 yards wilh 7:08 left in regulation lime. if more than $1,000 in her purse. She gave the man $20, and he passed on. Another man who had $100 in his wallet gave he man $6 from his coat pock- ABVEBTI9E HERE, Thousands of homemakera reaf this feature daily . . . and they' will see your mesaajje, Pro Football Standings National Football League American Conference Eastern Division L T Pel. PF PA New Eng 2 M i a m i NY Jets Buffalo Griesc for the victory. i Doug Swift and Jake Scott re- Pitfs covered fumbles by O.J. Simp- Cinci son and Jim Braxton, and Houst Griese made the. Bills pay for Clove the mistakes with scoring 1 0 1.000 0 .500 0 .500 0 .500 0 .000 Central Division 1 0 1 .750 1 1 0 .500 Houston I 1 0 .500 1 1 0 .500 Western Division passes to Jim Mandich and Marv Fleming. 49ers 16, Falcons 10 Skip Vanderbundt and Jimmy Johnson intercepted two At- lanla passes in the first five minutes and San Francisco turned the turnovers into touch- clowns that beat the Falcons. The 49crs also picked off another pass and recovered three fumbles against the Falcons. Vikings 7, I.ions C Chuck Foreman's 11-yard run in the second period provided the game's lone louchdown, but it was enough for Minnesota lo defeat Detroit. Foreman's score finished off a Minnesota drive that had started at the Viking 42 and the defense made lhat TD stand up, limiting Detroit to a pair of Oakland San Diego Kan City Denver .500 .500 .500 .250 National Conference Eastern Division W L T Pel. PF PA S.Louis Dallas Wash. NY Giants Philphia 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 .500 0 .000 0 .01)0 Minn. Chicago Grn Bay Cenlral Division 2 0 0 1.000 Detroit .500 .500 .000 L.A. S.F. New Western Division 2 0 0 1.000 2 0 0 1.000 Orl. 0 2 0 ,000 Atlanta 0 2 0 .000 Whites Flee Mozambique I.OURENCO MARQUES, Mo- Bearing On A Crumby Way Of Life A polar bear at the Rome zoo walchcs a sparrow search for foot! Satiii'day. Friciul hear is keeping Jus eye on the spar- row, hie) (AP Wireplioto via cr.- Ever Living History Films Offered zambique (AP) Government officials say some 20.000 wihles lave fled from Loiirenco Marques in Ihe past Iwo weeks, but .he new African premier says :hey are welcome to return. About a population third of left the the white capital of Mozambique after racial violence that followed tho collapse of a white seltlers' rebellion. The rebels opposed the Porlu guese governments agreemqnl lo give control of the colonial government to Frelimo, the black guerrilla movement thai has fought Ihe Portugese army to a standstill in northern Mozambique. The Portuguese also promised Mozambique independence next June 25. Meredith Marches VICKSBURG, Miss. (AP) -James Meredith, who is trying to qualify as independent candidate for Congress, has completed a 50 mile, overnight hike from Jackson lo Vicksburg to promote voter registration. Meredith, who was wounded by gunfire on a similar march in 196G, walked into Vicksburg on Sunday. He was wearing boots that carried him on some earlier marches. The civil rights activist in legratcd the University of Mississippi ago. more than a decade Living history in the classroom will be the theme of a series of educational films available to junior and senior ligh schools in the service territory of Southwestern Electric Power Company. This was the third year the utility company has sponsored the Screen News Digest film series, according to Otis Slo- baugh. Dillards Names 2 Vice PresideTM Tom Kemp and Dan Sharkey have been elected lo divisional vice presidents of Dillard Department Stores, Inc., according to Charles E. Franzke, divisional president. Kemp has been with the organization since 1058 and will be responsible for the division's public relations, sales promotion advertising and display departments. Sharkey will be in charge of store operations, warehousing personnel and credit. Before joining the organization Kemp was with Frank Lyon Company and with the Arkansas Gazette. He later became divisional sales promotion director. Sharkey joined the company in April as divisional dircclor of stores. He was previously wilh Montogomcry Ward for 2 years, "We feel Ihcrc need in educalion ,o sec, sludy and national and globa are shaping our 1 world," Slobaugb "In presenting provi i graphic and supplement to the of the lextbook, he The first issue o series is schedule ;his month and « in sight and soun Lial drama wilhou the history of Ame The first f i l m i ward Together' the events in 2' when President N and Gerald Ford as America's 38th Later issues of Mrs. Banks, Granted CLl Betty Lou Bank Rodman Sr. of Fa among the appro: who will be gran Life Underwriter the National C o Exercises of the lego of Life Under Harbor, Fla., Tue Rodman rcpres Farm Bureau L Co. and Mrs. Bar Prudential Insui mcrica. is a definite for students analyze the : the f i l m s iding students contemporary ,vill document id a prcsidcn- l prcccdenl in erica. is titled "Forand captures 24-hour period leal with Russian-American re- aliens over the pasl 50 years, tic cnrgy challenge facing tho alion, (he agricullural revpl- iliun and a sludy of the life if Adolph Hitler. SWEPCO sponsors the film series and makes the films available to junior and senior high classes in the utiiily company's three state servics crritory. Interested teachers should contact their local SWEPCO chartered ignation al C o n f e r m e n t Southern Life Insurance cprcsents of A- By Sears, Roebuck The role of Scars, Roebuck and Co. in the economy of Arkansas was highlighted last week ty K.R. Perkln, manager of the Fayetlcville store. He said (hat the company buys merchandise from 85 suppliers in Arkansas and last year purchases in the state lolaled $503,404,000 in increase of $233,005,00 or 65.5 per cent during the past five years. The company, he said, employs 1,935 persons in the state' in 77 sales and service facilities and has 1,835 stockholders in the state. The company is beginning its 89th year of operation and will continue its policy of "buying goods from communities which our sales units located," Pcrkin said. in are

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