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E»tot«-for SaU- 47-Rool Eitat»-For Sal«- BRANO NEW AND MIGHTY -'.' .TEMPTING TOO Thti 4 bedroom. 2 bath brick homo located In one of Ilia most dc.ilr- flble new Sub-Dlvlsloim. This truly in a complete home offering 100 wr cent deep «ha« carpel, centrnl «lr condlttonhiif «nd heating. Beautiful conslruclloii throughout, wood-burning fireplace, two-car gn- H(O. "Utility roorn. plus deep freezer room. Ash cabhicls, waiher-dry- conncctloiifl. Give BOO It: Modest Price iw a call to ] Tcrhu. ?%% inl. lo Veteran. ^ BARGAIN! J£ You'd better bcllcv* U - nnd see *. It fast 3 bedroom Native Stone «* and Frame quality shag carpet, iv clo«e to Root School and Evelyn * Hllla Shopping Center, Call us for ;v , appointment. cr. ;:PAY^ESS FOR MORE HOUSE! This lour bedroom home is great for Ihe large family. Spactoua kitchen. Paneled carpeted living room. Extra lot for garden. Immediate Possession. LAKE/PROPERTY In Beav-O-Rama, Secluded modern two bedroom cottage, a real bargain, Sec It by appointment only, Call us. ACREAGE West Sixteen Five acres close to 71 By-Pa sa, South of Baldwin Ten acres with trailer tridly. space, water well, Elec- Good Terms available on both of FRONTIER REAL 1015 N. ESTATE I (^College Company L^^J 52 1-6700 ''-" "PEAITOR Doug Hartley ____ 442-6446 Les Davis ....... 521-4448 "Bill" Lazenby ---- 521-5833 Look at this 67 acres about mile off 7i Highway. It haa land with several nice view sites Also valley land, productive, with stream. Borders one road with road r u n n i n g through properly. Be the · flr.st to pick out your acreage minimum of 8 acres, anywhere on this tract. You can buy It for $300 an acre with small down payment and owner financed. The owner has .agreed to bulldoze off a site for you, clean up some land for a good sized garden site as ar . added service FREE, or construe! a.-pond at a very low additions: cost. This Is a very good oppor , tunity for the person with a mini- murii of down payment to have some land of their own. Drive down and let us show you. NEWLIN REALTY co. West Fork. Arkansas 839-2522 or 33-22S9 For investor or home for studcn next lo Eaaorback Stadium. 2 BR home on 80'xlSO' lot with 325' fenc ed hflckyard. Easy walking distance to Univ. Call Roger Williams 442 35I or 521-4237.- ·qal Notice*-NEW--UNUSUAL 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CH/CA. *undeck, secluded 90x200 wooded lot. Con- v e n i e n t to University and jhopplng center. Only $2«,300. Phone 4428953. * KK bedroom house, Itt Nilhs, lo- d \n scnJlli Sprljis^ate, $18,500, pay eqully ant! nssume 1% loan, p«Tncnls of 1121 per monih. Phone ft'J-2829 after 4 if the Parking Structure and wel park- nj(. U!d Pnukn^e No. 2-For construction f If 10 now Attrition. Bttl PavkuKo Np. 3-Kor conslrucllort if ilio Obstetrical ahd I'irchlatrLc Care Unit Combined Hld.ComlstlnK ol Illd 'acknpc No. I, Bill Package No. 2, itiii Did I'ftckflRO No. 3. The bids will bo publtcy opcncU (ind read aloud at 2:00 p.m. (C.D.t.) latnc late nun location, tc 16. 21 BY OWNER: Immediate possession In Spclngdale lovely 3 year old, In Immaculate condition, , bedrooms, 2 baths, garage converted to den or 4th bedroom. Large k i t c h e n find d i n i n g area, huge utility room, b e a u t i f u l l y carpeted and draped IhrouhKout, central heat and air, chain link fence, extra roomy interior. Musi be leen to appreciate! Financial arrangement* available. $23.500. Phone 781-1766. . OWNER SAYS MUST SELL Native atone Fireplace plus a 2 bdr. frame home on more than an acre of trees, Gardening area plui K pond. Reduced, from $12,500 to $11,500. LIKE COUNTRY LIFE? We have a large older farm house with 3 bdr. sitting on 19 acres, 4 In trees the rest in grass, alt fenced. Haa natural gas, new p u m p in well water tap Is paid. Close to either Sprlngdalc or Fayetteville. Good price 129,900, FAYETTEVILLE FIND small price -- BIG BUY -- will even GI, Z bdf., 1 bath frame home on extra large lot. Single car garage, LH drap« and kitchen range remain. Only {15,500. Don't Jet Una one pas you by. HOMESTEAD REALTY 751-7909 Fraser Stephens '521-2 CharlEe West 751-2 Ramona Mobley 751-1 Bob BUctaton - '- 442-E Helen Harvey 756-6 Forrest Dick 52l-( Legal Notices WASHINGTON REGIONAL MEDIC AT- CENTER ADDD1TION FAYETTBV1LLB. ARKANSAS ADVERTISEMENT At Ibo present lime, drawings and spec)tinnlions fur the construction of lh« Washington Regional Mcdicnl Center Addition, FayeUevJILe, Arkansas, wlll.be available (Or distribution lo contractor? by URS-Hewitl 'End Royer, Architects Engineers. 8225 Ward Parkway. Kansas Ciiy, Missouri frllH. Blcfs \v[ll be taken for all portions of Ihe work as follows Separate contracts between Owner am Contractors based on a Combined B!i Tor the I'urhing Structure, tlio Ncu AtliJilion and the Oljslelrtcal Psychlatrrc Care Unit forr 1. General Construction Including Kitchen Equipment. 2. Plumbing 3. Heating, Ventilating and Air Con ditionlng 4. Electrical Work Applications from contractors In tc rested In b i d d i n g this work atiall bi filed promptly with Architect. B i d d i n g .KOAI, fiVTlCR PKOrOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO.BJ Proposed by I'elJtlojj of tho People to e voted upon at tho General Election ·a November 5, lW) INITIATIVE PETITION TO THE IIONOJ1ABLE KELLY DHYANT, SECRETARY OF STATE OK THU STATE OF AElKANb'AU We. Hie undersigned legal -voters ol fie Stnlo ol Arkansas, respectfully propose the following Amendm«nt lo the Constitution of the slate, to wll: " (Popular Name) : AMENDMENT TO AUTHORIZE THE G E N E H A L ASSEMBLY TO FIX MAXIMUM LAWFUL RATES OF INTEREST (Ballot Title) AN AMENDMENT TO AUTHORIZE THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO FIX MAXIMUM LAWFUL RATES OF INTEREST BY AMENDING SECTION 13 OF ARTICLE XIX OF THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION OF 1874 SO THAT AS A M E N D E D SECTION 13 WILL 'ROVJDE THAT THE MAXIMUM LAWFUL RATH OF INTEREST EXCEPT WHEN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY SHALL OTHERWISE PROVIDE SHAU. BE TEN PER -CENT TBR ANNUM; THAT ALL CONTRACTS FOR AN UNLAWFUL RATE OP INTEREST SHALL BE VOID AS TO PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST; AND THAT WHBN NO RATE OF INTEREST IS AGREED UPON THE KATE SHALL BE SIX PERCENT PER ANNUM. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS THAT THE- FOLLOWING SHALL BE- AN AMENDMENT TO TUB CONSTITUTION: Section 1. Section 13 of Article XIX of the Arkansas Constitution .of 187-J be and Iho same is hereby amended to read as follows: All contracts for an unlawful rato ol Interest shall be void as lo principal and interest. The maximum Lawful rate ot Interest, except when the General Assembly shall otherwise provide, *hal! he' ten percent per annum. When ho rate of interest is agreed upon Ihe rato shall be *ix percent per annum. · And by (his, our pel I Lion, order thai Uie same be submitted lo the people, of said stale, to the end that the same may be adopted or rejected by Uie vote of the legal voters of said state at tho regular general election lo be held In said stale on the alh day o[ November 1974, and each of us for liirpself says. I have personally signed this petition I am a legal voter of the Stale of Arkan sas and my residence, post olfice ad dress and veiling precinct are correct): written after my name, ' Filed tn the Olftce of the Secretary ol sial« on June 2J, 1974 KELLY BRYANT Secretary nf State State nf Arkansas ·Uc 29, Oct. 7, 14, 2t NOTICE OP' A PUBLIC HEARING HOARD OF ADJUSTMENT HEARINGS BY OWNER: Must sell immediately! 2 bedroom house, large fenced yanl, 1 fclock from U of A, oxMllcnt properly Jor Inveslora or small family. Make ·ffer. Call 5214773. ' ' EVERYBODY rtadi the TIMES WANT ADS. Ton artt material not lo exceed IWD sals dra wings and specifications will forwarded upon receipt of J150.00 deposit per set as soon as they are available. Any Prime Con! factor [including Mechanical and Electrical) submitting a Bona Fide Bid upon returning such set in good condition within len (10) days adcr contract award, will be refunded his payment. Any prime Contractor not submitting a Bid, sub-contractors and material suppliers will bo refunded JJOO.OO upon reluming plans and specif I- catLous in. good condilion within five (n) days of bid openlng'tlalf. Bids on this work shall he received by the Board of Governors October 24, 1974. Bid UNDER THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF FAYETTEVJLLE, ARKANSAS. Nollce is hereby given t h a t pursuan to the provisions or the Coda of Or dinances of the City of FnycUevJHe Arkansas Ihe following nppplicalions havt been set for. hearing before the Board of Adjustment to the Directors Romm of Ci| y Administration Building, Faycl be ev '"e. Arkansas. Tuesday, Ocloljnr 29 *"*· a ' 3:30 p.m. fcpneal No. 7-1-31 Ira A. Swone .rchibalrj Yell Boulevard A Part «l No. 1, nntl t h e North ifa ol Lot No , Block No.Jll, in the Ferguson Addition the Cily ol · FayQlLcville, more par cularly described as follows: Beginning t the NE corner of said Lot J uniting thence South 75 feel, tnenca r est 144 feet, thence North. 4s* feet once North 62 minutes 30 seconds Eas 25.5 feel, thence North 76 minute Package No, 1-For Construction WOMAN'S WORLD A Convenient Sewing and Shopping Guide for Today'* Gal on the Go. f HINTED PATTERN 990 Keep cozy snuggled inside this smart, new toasty top! Beautiful, bulky BIG TOP! Crochet it of knitting worsted In easy pattern stitch in a 3- colbr stripe. Solid hood converts to collar. Pattern 990: Sizes 8-16 incl. 75 CENTS each pattern -add 25 cents each pattern for first-class mail a n d s p e c i a l handling. Send to Laura Wheeler, Northwest Arkansas TIMES, 450, Needlecraft Dept. Box. 161. Old Chelsea .Station New York, N.Y. 10011. Print Pattern Number. Name, Address, Zip. The source of inspiration -- our new 1975 Needlecraft Catalog! 180 designs. 3 printed inside, Send 75 cents now. New! Nifly Fifty Quilts 100 New! Ripple Crochet .. $1.00 ""'· Sew plus Knit Book $1.25 ..$1.00 Needlepoint Book Flower Crochet $1.01 Hairpin Crochet Book $1.00 Instant Crochet Book $1.00 Instant-Money Book $1.00 Instant Macrame Book --$1.00 Complete Gift Book $1.00 Complete Afghans No. 14 ..$1.00 12 Prize Afghans No. 12 50 cents Book of 16 Quilts No. 1 .50 cents Museum Quilt Book No. 2 --50 cents 15 Quilts for Today No. S --50 cents Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs ..50 cents iiu'^t.'Af (f-*-.fL-^'t'^Mb'^ ''iff.in! TWO main parts for the lithe jumperi Whip it up in an even ing, then sew the rest of the team. Sleeveless jacket swings over shirt, pants. PRINTED PATTERN 4892 Misses' Sizes 8. 10, 12, 14. 16 18. Size 12 (bus; 34) jumper yards 45- inch fabric. Send $1.00 for each pattern. Add 25 cent's for each pattern for first-class mail and specia handling. Send to Anne Adams Northwest Arkansas TfMES 438, Pattern Dept., 243 Wes I7th St., New York, N.Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP SIZE and STYLE NUMBER MORE FOR YOUR MONEY IN NEW FALL-WINTER TERN CATALOG! 100 PAT b e s school, career, casual, city fashions. Free pattern coupon Send 75 cents. Sew plus Knit Book -- has basi tissue pattern $1.2. Instant Sewing Book $1.01 Instant Fashion jook $1.0 ADVERTISE REItZi Thousands of homemaker* r«»f IMi fMtun d»Ur . . . «nd tb»' win IM jour W seconds East 50 feet, IhPtu* Norlt minutes W seconds East 37 (eel hence Easl 36.0 feel lo the point beginning. Application to vary acks. Appeal No. 74-32 SouHnvestorn Bell Slrcet Lots 2 and 3 ol Block H, Original Plat ol Tmvn (Now Cily) Fayetteville. W a s h i n g t o n County, Arkansas. Application to vary set- bach requirement, and parkin, requirements. Appeal No. 71-333--Charles E. Barrett lie South College Avenue-- Tract 1: the W(4 of Lot 1 In Block 3 in Bole' Addition to the City of Fayettev)Lle Arkansas, as per plat on llle i n - I h e Office of the Circuit · Clerk and Ex.. OHicfo Recorder of Washington Count' Arkansas. Tract 2: Lot 3 nnd ft Part of Lot 2, Bine 1, Hic-k's Addition. S mlnulcs x 107 minutes More or less. Application to vary parking requirements.-'^- Appeal No. 74-34--Clifford Gabbard---A 20 acre tract lying north of the Old .City Dump, South of Ray Street West of the Weil Fork of White River A part of tha East V, ol the SEM. NWti o[ Section 23 T-16 N R-30-W. described as beginning at ihe S\V corner of said 20 acre tract. 21 running thence North 8SS feel, more or less to the centerline of a creek; thence In a Southeasterly direction wit the ccntorlftie of said creek to its Intersection with the centerline of (he West Fork of While River; Ihencc. Southwesterly along Ihe centerline' o the West Fork o! Wnila Rlv-er lo lu point of Inlerseclion with the south line of said 20 acre Iracl; thence West 240 feel, more or less, lo the poin ol beginning. -Application lo vary the requirements for Icnces and "Uses' as set out in Art. 7. Section 11. "Junk Yards and Used Furniture," Appendil m? 20 "'""' Cily ^"'"B Ordinance Ail interested parlies may appear .... be heard nt said time and place Th ippEications and other pertinent data ar pen and available for inspection in In Of/Ice of City Planning, City Admini Irallon BuilJins. FaycltoviUe, Arlransa Ail interested parties are inviled I cvfew Ihese applicalions in said Offic and discuss the details wilh Ihe Plannin Administrator. Bobbie Jone Plannnlng Administrate IN THE CHANCERY COURT O WASHINGTON COUNTY,- ARKANSAS VS. A I. f C E DUNCAN and PEAR THOMAS. DEFENDANTS NO. CII 71-917 Filing of notice of petition to riuie and confirm litre and warning ordor Notice Jj hereby given that there h, wen filed in my Office, as Clerk o he Chancery Court o[ Washlngti -ounty, Arkansas, the pcirtion of l L. Muncy and Neil Muncy, husband an wife, praying lor the quieting, confirmln and vesting nf tltJe in it to tho followln described real estate situated Washington County. Arkansas, lo.wit: South Half (S « o'f Toil 28 an3 3 «nd all of Ixitj 27. 28, 29 , am) 30 Block No. Three (3). in Glemvood Pai Addition lo the Cily of Fayelteville, dlslgnated upon said Addiiion. Ihe recorded plal A'l persons, linns anrl-or corporalit claiming any inlcrcst In said lands any lien thereon are hereby nollffc And warned lo appear In the Wajhlngla County Chancery Court within four ( weeks ol Ihe dale ol the (irsl publlcatlo of Ibis Noiice and show cause If an (hey have, why Ihe title (o said I a n should not be v-csled, confirmed an mileied In Ihe pelllloners, H. C. Munc and Neil Muncy, husband and wif forever. Th» defendanls. Alice Duncan ·gal Noticei Thomai arc hereby warned to pear In Ihe Chancery Court of ishlngtcm County, Arkansas," wlIMn Irly (30 days tmcj answer the I'cllllun Qulol and Confirm Title as filed. ' WITNKSS my hanil nnd -seal on Hi's day of October, OT4; · · - . - - . · Alma Kolhiieycr Chancery Court Clerk cal) 21, 28 Nov. 4, 11 Nothing Said In Short Supply If Price Is Right NEW YORK (AP) -- Busi- ess leaders interviewed -oy he Associated Press in a na- ohwlde survey en the stale of ic economy had a lot to say on variety pr topics. Here are a ew of their comments on"; FORD': "It looks to me as- a smplete novice that he's going hout it in the right way, going lop people involved, some rains to make it go. And so ir -at least, he's -not double alking," Keniiy"2fax," Kentucky etailer. . ^ - . - ... "School is still out as to hether he can implement spe ific, recommended action,' 'ick -Kaltel, Georgia's'Citizens nd Southern National Bank. CREDIT: "People with crecli an pretty well call their own lots. We are back in a buyers m a r k e t . 1 ' 1 William Foster lawaii garment manufacturer. "More and more the con umer is changing to the use ol redit rather than cash." Ware rebs, California's Wells Fargo Jank. v · :·-.:. " . - - = · GOVERNMENT: "The on); 'ling that's ever caused ii lation is taxes. The: govern ment is overtaxing everybody nd spending and throwing away the money." Everet -Canady, Kentucky light manu aclurcr. LIVE WITHIN BUDGETS "Both- government- and in :ustry should stop thinking what's good for themselves am !o what's good for the country Ve should live within our budg el and cut out a lot of dupli ated programs." Paul Pelle ier, New Hampshire inanufac urer. SPENDING: "People are get ing to the point that, they'r changing Iheir eating habits. Harvey 'Jacobscn, Kansas gro cef, " · ' . ' - . ' " " ·"Instead of'looking at l i r a ' new car pr- new ice box, peopl are making do." Pierce John on, Kansas banker. "People are more hungrj han usual for sales." John Se: er, West Virginia retailer. SHORTAGES:- "If I orde omething for a year, Ilia ame amount will be used'b; Jeneral Motors in an hour.. Si vhy should they oother .witr me?" Robert -Burns, Ulah sk manufacturer;' "We have nothing in shor upply if we pay the price.' lim Miller, Illinois lamp manu acturer. THE FUTURE: "Thus far lave seen no signs that th public is willing to pay th rice." James Wentling, Ban cOHIO Corp. "We should all lean on ou consciences a . little more There's been an awful lot o iouging. On bids today, -.yo can get. alinost anything yo vant. It's .time to return t realism." _Gabe"-.Rutherford, Ar karisas steel fabricator. . Missouri Cities Set To Buy Firm KENNETT,- Mo. XAP) Twenty-one cities in Southeas Missouri · are- reported' to b planning to bid Nov; 4 to bu Associated Natural Gas Co. Blytheville, Ark. . The lirm is owned = by. Ar kangas--Missouri' Power Co which is under Federal : Powe Commission orders to divest i self of the subsidiary. Richard Inman of Sikeston Vlq., the head of the Municipa Utilities System and a leader ;he project, said he 'hopes lave a resolution from all cities served by Associated G to bid for them on the purchas of the company. The cities formed a gas sec :ion of the Municipal Pool in Services Commission for th siirpose of buying Associate "as. They also sought enabljn .egislalion from the 1074 Mis souri General Assembly,- but did not pass. . ' Acting through the new ga section of the pooling commii sion, the cities hired William / Ford and Associates ol S Louis, a consulting firm, help them determine how muc they should bid and what po tion of the cost each city shou" pay. Betty Tours State LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Go' Dale Bumpers' wife, Betty, to begin touring Arkansas' 7 counties Tuesday .to promol the "Every Child in '74" immi nization program. Mrs. Bumpers is to make five-city lour of Southwest A kansas this week and is to vis every county before the year end. ' She is scheduled to trav Tuesday to Prescolt, Hop Nashville, Ashdown and Texa kana. ' She is scheduled lo visit Ma nolia, Camden,,Fordyce,'Sher dan and Malvern · on · Wedne-. day. TREMENDOUS VALUES The most automobile for the money is a 1972 or '73 Cadillac. A tremendous saving when yoi buy a two year old: Cadillac with low mileagi for less than $5,000, See HATFIELD PONTI AC-CAD ILL AC For These Cars Today 220 N. College Phone 442-230 Inflation Cure May Be More Business, Less Government Ily JOSH FIT/.HUGH NEW YORK (AP) -- Despite iflution, rising unemployment ml the high cost of money, the alion should get through the omlng monlhs without a se- ere economic slump, say husi- essmen surveyed by The Asso- iated Press. . The business leaders -- near- a 100- retailers, manufac- urers round and bankers from .the country -- were ueried during the month be- ore President Ford's economic cldfess to Congress. Inflation remains the coun- ·y's biggest economic prob- em, the businessmen say. but nemploymcnl is a growing ancer and is expected by the usinossmeh to become exl major problem. the President Ford won general raise for what many called his Missouri Drug Ring Disbanded FLORISSANT, Mo. A P ) -- A ing 'distributing pills lo h i g h chool pupils may have been iroken up with four arrests and :onriscation of $100,000 in nar- otics, police said. Officers from the St. Louis County and Florissant police lepartrnents raided a drug par- y here early Sunday. Police-were 'called by one o: he party's alleged participants vho said an acquaintance hac died of a d r u g overdose. The victim, Jerry Guerra, 22 of Rosemeade, Calif., was pro nounccd dead at Christian Northwest Hospital, offficers said. A third man, John Petrik, ol Woodson Terrrace, apparently ed.officers lo a b o u t 500,000 speed pills in his car. Police es imated the wholesale value a 1100,000. : Authorities said Ihe pills wen Apparently being dislribuled Tom a house across Ihe stree :rom Hazelwood High School west'of here. Guerra's .companion, Thomas (elley, 23, also of Hbsemeade, and---two -- other persons, Jack Wishmuff, 26,.and Sharon Reed, 25, both of Florissant, were charged with negligent manslaughter. Petrik' was charged with violating' the Missouri controlled substances act. Nerthweit Arkarwu TIMES. Mon.. Oct. 21, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSA* aulious, prudent approach to conomics,' though 1 many said hey'd reserve judgment to se6 esults. In general,, they said ''ord's economic sumiriit meet- ngs helped focus public attcn- ion on inflation, a critical need many businessmen said. "Half of economics Is sci- mce," says Maurice Ferre, lliami mayor and president of Maulc. Inc.. · a construction' company. "The other' half .-'is niman nature, which outweighs he so-called economic truths. "If people believe there, will be a recession, there will be 1 ."-. As might be expected, most of those businessrnen_ interviewed say more" Business and ess government is the long run answer to inflation. ,"Rather than relief from government I think our real need .oday is relief of government," says Ken Smith, executive with Jantzen, Inc., a Portland, Ore., clothing manufacturer. - . . "The government is. the big gest consumer and the consumer still controls, inflation," says Robert Duckworth of the First National Bank of Arizona. A balanced, budget is : the first step toward easing inflation because it reduce government demand for funds, thus treeing money for business expansion, said most businessmen questioned. Increased productivity and expansion, will cut inflation, they said. "There are only two reasons for inflation: too much money or too few goods," says William Dillard Sr., an Arkansas rctai ler. "We need more producers. But, says Gabe Rutherford. president of an Arkansas slee fabricating ' firm:- "The talk about cutting federal 'spendinf really means cutting construe tion. That would mean a bigger slowdown." . " ' · Despite growing evidence of a recession -- consumer lies! t a n c y , concern over in ventories. rising unemployfnen 1 -- the businessmen still say in nation is the nation's chief eco nomic headache. "I don't think inflation is go mg to change its'upward trend or stop anytime soon, because : don t think prices' 'are-going- tt stop rising," 'says L'e'wis Kohrr c h a i T m a - n - . o f : ; Maryland 1 Kochshild ·- Kohii" -Departmen Store. But, Cool Weather, Fair Skies Seen By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Unseasonably cold air chilled many parts of the country east o f . the Mississippi River early ;ociay, with " temperatures resorted near or below freezing from New England to the northern half of South Carolina. In the Midwest, temperatures clipped into the teens, in southern Michigan- and northern Indiana; ·-' Despite the cold, there .was little 'precipitation in most parts of the nation. The exceptions were reports f an .inph of snow in North Central Nevada, scattered rain showers from Idaho into the western regions of Montana and Wyoming, and the northern sections, of Utah. Light snow, also, 3'Qft traces of moisture over .the {iiyestern portion', of New' Ycrk,'"State and Pennsylvania. ' Clouds overhung South Texas, northern Michigan and spots along the eastern Ohio Valley through the central Appalachians. - · - · . · · The. weather was cool and fair over the rest of the coun 1 try. Temperatures were in the 60s over much of the plains to the Central Gulf Coast and in the 40s to low 60s west of the Rock- ies. Readings in early morning ranged from 17 degrees at TO' ledo, Ohio to' 78 Phoenix, Ariz., and Needles, Calif. economist with tlie'. First Na ,ional Bank of Arizona: "Ford may be in a little better posi Jon than President Nixon inere are some blips on the ra dar screen that may mean wt are starting to come out of the problem." . ' " . . . ;.:"· ';;:;; ·-·- i are '/.more ..^skeptical T. 'I think it's unrealis- ; ic to think we can stop in lation without too severe of a recession, 11 says Bill Bright, a West Virginia greeting manufacturer. Some lowevej 'BIG 'BILL' LOSES 417 POUNDS : PORT HURON, :; Mic'iifi:(Apy -- "Big Bill" Leverion ^c'ould lever squeeze into any thing'un- til 'he became, one-third the man he used to be. "I . couldn't go anywhere. I didn't fit. Doors, chairs -- the world around me was too small," said William- Leverton, 57, after shedding 417 pounds in 31 months. · · : - . ' . · · ' : "I look"in a "mirror and. it's, like looking-: at -a stranger," said 'the, ft-fool-3 Leverton, checking in at 223 pounds l a s t a Michigan Highway Department inspector, weighed*'640 pounds on Aprij 3, 1972, and. was. told by his employer to reduce. "My job was at stake," said Leverton, who has set a final weight goal of 200 pounds. Leverton said he tried rnany methods to lose weight --:'e'veri Principal Denies Siudenls Were Paid CONWAY, Ariz. (AP) -James H. Clark, principal ol Coriway High School, said Saturday that there was no truth to rumors that newsmen paic students at the -school to ask tough questions of Rep. Wilbur D. Mills. Mills, who is seeking a 10th term, spoke to the students Friday. His car was stopped for speeding - and headlights at driving without Washington on Oct. 7. -Park police said Mills emerged toxicatcd from the car in- with his face bleed- was quoted earlier as mg. Mills saying he had heard some Con- way'students had been paid to ask' 'tough questions and give the skeptical reception his an swers got · in response to thai incident. Students..hooted Friday when not satisfied by man's -answers. the congress Cj4rli said, he had called the congressman's office Tuesday to .tell Mills that he would get some tough questions from the students. But Clark said there has never been an attempt to censor the students and there will be none. Talks; With Mao TOKYO (AP) -- Chairman Mao Ts'e-tiing taked "in £ frien'dly atmosphere" with Daiv ish Premier Poul Hartling on Sunday, the Hsinlma news ngcriey said. Hartling met with ailing. Chinese Premier Choi En-lai at a hospital in Peking on Saturday. says Kenneth Ross Texas State Trooper Texans Jlke to .think-ill terms of being first, but Dorothy Kathleen Carroll; a - native'.of Sulphur, La., took the real title when she Ijc.came. t h e first Louisiana woman -to be- come a Texas Stale Trooper, A former student of McNees» State University, she . w a s commissioned in ceremonies in Austin, Texas. (AP Wire- photo) Special Proseculor's Office Quietly Winds Down Business week. Leverton, hypnosis. "Under hypnosis I drank -12 ounces of grape juice, unsweetened, for several, weeks. Today I can't even look at a-grape," lie said. "You can't imagine what I went through. When I weighed 640, I had a 74-inch waist. It's now 42 inches.'.I literally wore the biggest pants and shirt in the world. I had to order them from a fit-all store, in Chicago at $40 a set. And those were just grimy looking work clothes. My neck was 22 inches. Now it's 16 inches. "My son used to have to put on my socks and tie my shoes. I'd walk 40 'feet, and be out ol breath. I was a prison of fat." In November 1972, · Leverton joined a weight control program. He began to cat three carefully selected and measured meals a day, which included one tablespoon of mayonnaise, vegetable oil or margarine; 16 ounces of skim milk; five fruits or fruit, juices; four cups of raw or two cups of cooked green vegetables; four ounces of a. yellow vegelable and four slices of bread. He lost an average of 3.3 pounds weekly diet, now WASHINGTON (AP) - With attention focused on the Water- gale cover-up Irial, the special prosecutor's office is quietly winding up its business -and preparing lo close · its doors' nexl spring. . . . . . " ^ : .., AdditidnaV- charges probably yyjll.be.-.brought, particularly for AiiblaUdh's ..of .campaign, contribution laws, and there will: be a final report,'.but the "cover-up trial clearly represents the climax of the work of the unique office created to deal with the Vatcrgate-scandal. Special prosecutor Leon Javorski has submitted his resignation, effective Friday^ In-,-his elter to Atty. .Gen. William". B. Saxbe, Jaworski said he felt the major .work of his office, had icen compjeted. -In addition, . sources within «§:·' office;'. Jlaye Jndicaled : that nost vSf.,..th'a. '^investigations im- ler w a y - - a r e "close lo "com-' 'letion. There had been some dis- ussion within the prosecutor's jffice months ago about w'ind- hg up everything but the campaign contribution law. investigations. . The-- award ; or ·^ambassador- hips in : "ret(jrn : far-'4prgcLconlri- butionslrthy-possjBility/jliat Nix- n fund raisers Jiad ;used"v factics hat would he'regarded as ex- ortion, ~ and still 'other corpo- ate contribution's were - considered ·areas- that might require another, year of investigation. But ' for' reasons still not ·lear, the . probes are -being wound, up- much. more quickly: Since Archibald Cox built the itaff in May 1973, Ihe special . i r o s e c i i t p r s have brought charges against 44" "fridividuals ind 45'corporations. -' ' -The ..individuals · include ^former · Atty. Gen- Jolin N.,'Mithell". and former" White" Honse aides H.R..; Haldeman ^ahd John D. Ehrlichman, men who yielded unequalled and unques- ioned power during the first Vixen administration. All three are defendanjs in the cover-up ase. ' · · ' · ' · ' · · · · Ehrlichman already has been convicted of violating the civil rights of Daniel Ellsberg's psychiatrist, a charge stemming from his supervision of the so- called' White. House*-, plumbers each week. Lever ton's includes liver once, fish five times, beef three times anc four eggs. The weight control organ ization says . Leverton's, .weight loss is a record, toppping Florence Jaffee of New York, who dropped about 335 pounds in the late 1960s. Survives Collision TEL AVIV : (AP)" - Israel President Ephraim Kafzir and his wife escaped with slight injuries Sunday in a three-car collision on the main highway between Jerusalem and Te Aviv. Police said one person was killed and two others injured in the crash. unit. Jaworski is leaving the prosecutor's office with his reputation enhanced. Whether it remains unblemished will depend in part on the outcome of the cover-up trial and the final report his office is obligated lo submit to the American people. , Jaworski already has said he could; not include all his "office learned about Nixon's-Watergate role now that President F . o r d has barred bringing charges against the former President. left one possibility invited Congress to But he open: he expand^ his mandate, to require that the final report include tho full story of Watergale. Broiler Price Fixing Is Charged NEW YORK (AP) - State Ally. Gen. 'Louis J. Lefkowitz has filed a lawsuit - against tha National Broiler Marketing Association, charging a chicken price-fixing conspiracy.' The anti-trust suit also names 37 members of the association in 17 states, including Arkansas. "·: Lefkowitz said the defendants sold more than §600 .million worth of broilers and broiler parts in 1971, about half of tha total sales of such chickens in the country. ' He alleges that the defendants conspired to fix the price above a certain minimum and lo withhold chickens from t h a market to.raise the price. . Pageant Hosts LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Hosts to the nationally televised Miss Teen-Age America Pageant Nov. 30 will be television performers Ken Berry and Sally Field. Berry formerly played on the "Mayberry, : RFD," and "F Troop," television' series. Miss Field has starred in several television series, including "The Flying Nun." The pageant is sponsored by the Little Rock Fallfest Association. DENNIS THE MENACE By Keteham ' i. SPENTAUsame auferiM'TrsE BUSS,W' . W TWO SKONOS...

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