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47-Reot Ejfale-For Sal* PRETTY WHITE B R I C K (TGI) In Oakland Hills. 3 brtrrm. J bntlis. den wllh FP, central ntr kitclldn liulll-lns, drapes ind. Ncnr Call Julie Knvcs T2G2, t SZl-BiOO or 112- USED CARS FISHER BUICK! , 1974 CHEVROLET : CORVETTE T-TOP 1974 MONTE CARLO 1973 CAMARO -· 1973 CADILLAC "' SEDAN DeVlLLE · 1973 VOLVO 1973 FORD PICKUP RANGER -1973 BUICK CENTURY LUXUS -.1973 BUICK ESTATE H WAGON 1972 BUICK RIVIERA 1972 BUICK SKYLARK 1972 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS S 1971 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS SUPREME 1970 GMC PICKUP MANY OTHER MODELS TO CHOSE FROM COME IN TODAY AND PICK OUT THE V V USED CAR FOR YOU REAUOfi 1984 N. College 47-Real E»»at«-For Sal* legal Notltas NEW--UNUSUAL 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CH/CA, iimdeck, secluded 90x200 wooded lo!. Con- vcnlont to University and chopping ccnlcr. Only ?26.300. Phona 4428053. RY OWNHR: 3 bedroom, ohain Hnk fence-, central heat, window air, canwrt witli Jttoriuie, *U,000. Call «2-CS57, ABS, You tr»I rcadi u» TIMES WANT BY OWNER: Nice 3 bedroom house wJth garaire. Excellent location In North" No realtor* pltase. east Fayetlevll I'hono Oltlll.VAKCK 20M A N O l t n i N A N C l v . VA1110US IMlOI'KilTIKS IN THE C I T V OF KAYKTTEVIU.B. AllKANSAS: AND A H K N D I N O THE JCON1NG DISTRICT MAP OF 'HIE CITV OK KAYKTfK- VIlJjR, ARKANSAS; ANI FOR HARDEES of Fayetieville 1005 Mt. Comfort Rd. Needed: Employes to work full time days, 8-5, 11-5 Port Time Employes, 11-1, 11-2 Evening Shift, 5-12, 5-7, 5-10 'Hourly wages, $1.90 Please apply between 8 o.m.-5 p.m. Bli IT ONDAINKn UY TH[3 tlOAUD P ninisc'foits OK 'rni5 CIPY OK I'-AYUTTEVILU-:. ARKANSAS: Socllon I, Tfiat tho *ono elnssftlcatlon nf tho following described properly bfi, and Is hereby, changed ns roUows: R71-17 clescrllKd us follows: I/)M 1, 2. nml 3. Mliitlr I o! l l l i k i Additldn lo t h e Clly oj Kayollovlllo, Icjs and cxcepl Ilia West 5 [cct D Inches or IAI 1, nloek 1, ns per pint ol Butd nddillon on file In Iho O/flee of Iho Cfrcull Clerk jind Ex.OfllcIo Recorder ol Washington County, Arkansas. From It-2, Medium Density ncsldcti Mslricl to rt-0, Hcstde-'tlal-ofdce uls* rlcl, Section 2. Thn[ tho olffclnl rottlnB map of Iho City of myeUcvJIIc, Arkansas, ond IA hcrchy. amended to Ihe extent a n d In the rcspccls ncecssary lo cKcct anil designate UIF: ncccssnry change provldeil In ito-lton 1 hereof. Sccllon 3. Thai Ihls ordinance shall be in lull force and effect Irom and after the lime provided by law, and ·II ordinances or parLs of ordinances n conflict herewith arc hereby repealed. PASSBD A N D APPftoVED THIS 15th DAY OF OCTOBER, 1971: APPROVED: RUSSELL T. PUHDY MAYOH (Seal) ATTEST: " DAIiLKNE WKSTBROOK CITY CLERK ITc It Don't be afraid. . . .there is nothing scary at all obout the price tags on these late-model cars. In fact, you'll find them downright attractive! If you're looking for top value in a winter-ready car, shop WHITFIELD'S today. 3- 1974 OLDSMOBILE OMEGA 2-DOOR This Is a brand new car. 250 C.I. 6-cylinder engine, speed transmission in floor, radio, tinted glass, proleciive side moldings, whitewall tires and two-tone paint. Delivered to you for only . . . . . $ 2 9 9 5 1974 OLDSMOBIIE NINETY-EIGHT REGENCY SEDAN. See this local one owner beauty today. 60-40 divided seat with 6-way power on both sides, air conditioning, power steering, power front disc brakes, power windows, cruise-control, tilt'N'telescoping steering wheel. AM/FM stereo radio, whitewall tires, and vinyl top ..$5895 ORDINANCE NO. 2056 AN ORDINANCE VACATING AN ALLEY IN MITCHELL, ADDITION TO THE CITY OF FAYETTEV1LLE ARKANSAS, WHEREAS, a petition \\ns duly filer with the Board o! Directors of Ihc City of Fayctlcvillo, Arkansas, on the ]3tl day of .September, 1974, a*ktng the Board of Directors lo vacate and abandon an alloy daalenaled on the pint of Mitchell Addition to said clly, now appearing of record: in Plat Book 4, Page 45, in the Office of the Recorder of Washington County, beginning at Gregs Avenue and ending «t the Frisco Railroad rJght-of way; and WHEREAS, after due notices ,,,, required by ]nw, the Board of Director*, has, at the time and place mentions In -ttio notice, heart all persons desiring to be heard on the question and tins ascertained that the alley hereinbefore described has heretofore been dedicates to tho public ii.se as an alley hereli described; has not been actually use- by the public fienera]! y for a jicrlot of at least five years subsequent t the filing of the p!at^ that nil the owner of tha property abutting upon the portion of the alley (o be vacated have filo* with the Board of Directors IhcEr wrlttei consent to such abandonment;- and ttu public Interest and welfare will not tx adversely affected by- the' abandorimen of such alley. NOW, THEREFOHE. BE IT OR DAINED BY THE BOARD OF DIREC TORS OP THE CITY OF FAYETTE '1LLE, ARKANSAS: Section j. That the C i t y of Fayetleville Arkansas, hereby releases, vacates, an abandons n i l il5 rights, together wit' he rights of the public geiieraUy, i "inrl to ( h e alley designated as follows: A fifteen toot alley lying adjacent t and along the South side of Lots 4 , 8, and 9, Block' 2. Mitchell's Adtfitio a tho CiLy of Fnyetlevllle, Arkan*n .nd tho N boundary line of Lots 3 ju urt 11, Block 2, Mitchell's Addition 1 he City of FaycttcvWc. Arkansas, sal illey being more particularly describe as follows: Bcfiinninff at the NE cornr of said Lot 3, Dlock 2, and runnln thence W 2SU feel, more or less the right-of-way ot the Frisco Hal road, thence in a NorUiwcsler direction along said E «dgo of sal right-of-way a np roximat ely ifi. I fee mom or less, lo the Southwest coim of Lot !, Block 2, thcnc-e East approx malely 300 feel, mom or less, to th W ri glit-of-way 1 me of G re£ Stree thence S 15 feet to the point of begi ning. Section 1. A copy of this ordinanL duly certified by the City Clerk sha be filed in ihc Office, of \Vashingt County Circuit Clerk and Ex-OIfic Recorder and recorded in the De ogol Notices cords of WasblflRlon County. Section 3. Thru ihls orcllnnnca shall la full forco anir cltocl from and er tho limo provided liy I n w . PAKJBn AND AJ'HEOVKI) THIK 15th AY Oy OCTOBKU, Yfl\. APl'KOVKO; RU.SSKT.l4 T. I'UKDY MA YOU AllLFWR WKtfl'i'inoOK TY f J L K K K c 25 NOT 1C R IN TUB i'HOBATE COURT OF ASHINCTON COUNTY, AHKASSAS In The Matter Of The Estate Ot CORA tANCEiS CAVE, dot-cased No. P-71-211 Last known ndctrcss of decedent: 217 rlh Enst Street, FayettcvLUc. Arkan- i. 72701 Duto of death: September 18, 1971 An Instrument dated May 17, 19fi5, . an the "XI day of October, if*74, milled to probnlo as the last wUl the abovo named decedent, and the ridcrsfgned has been appointed! executrix crounder. A contest of the probate Ihc will can be effected only by If petition within tho time provided by v. AH persons having claims against Ihe tatc must exhibit them, duly verified the undersigned wilhin six months m Ihc date of Uie first publication th[s notice, or they shall be forovr arrcd and precluded from uny benetl the e'slale. ' Tils noUce first publl*hed 25 day o otobcr, J971. Lcla Pearl Caii (Executrix 217 North East Slree Kayetleville, Arkansas 7370 tc 23 Nov 1 ORDINANCE NO. 2037 AN O R D I N A N C E ' T O ACCKPT AND O N P I It XI THE Commissioner' ol "Bald "court, will offer or 3»lc tit puhlla vcnduo Ui tho highest aldder, nl the west door or entrance of the County Owl Mouse, !n which nhl Court is held, in tho County of Vfljliinston, within tho hour* prescribed y law for Judicial sales, on the 6tn d.iy of Novenitjpr at 10:00, a.m. A.D. 071 tho following described real estate, o.nlt: Lot Numbered Seven (7) In Block Numbered Ono (1) of Brarlshaw Second Addition to the City ol SprlnRdale, rknnsas., an per p i n t of Mid Addition on file In tho Office of Ino Circuit Clerk n-l Kx-Offlclo Etetontcr ot Wasnin^ton fjunly, A r h a n s n s . TEEIMS OK SALE: On ft credit of hrco months, iho purchawr being re. [Ulrcd to oxccuto n bond aa required )y law «ndi the order a nd decree aid Court In said cause, with approved security, bearing Interest at the rale jf 7 per cent per annum from date )f fialc until paid, and Hen being retained in the premises iold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand Ihia 15tb day ol October, A.D. t 17*. Alma Kollmeyor Commissioner In Chancery ZTc 18, 25 Northwest ArtcotiMtal TIMES, Friday, Oct. 25, 1974 FAYKTTEVILLE, AHKANSAft Two Women Win Vote Suit But Must Register With A Prefix LITTLE ROCK CAP) -- A Federal judge issued a temporary order Thursday telling Pulaski County Clerk Charles OK INC., WAL-- rcm EVELOPMENT PLAN [ART PROPERTIES, HOPERTY LOCATED NOHTH OF LGHWAY 62 WEST. SOUTH OK OLD A RMINGTON ROAD AND EA ST 0 F HE HIGHWAY 71 BYPASS; AND TO CCEPT AND CONFIRM THE DEDICA- ION OK STREET AND UTILITY 1ASEMI3NTS T3LBHEIN, WlIliKBAB, there has been presented i Ihc Hoard of Directors of the City I Kayelleville, Arkansas, a plat known s the large-scale development plan ot r .il-Mart Properties, Inc., for properly ocatcd north of Highway 62 west, south t Old Farmington Hoad, and east of e Highway 71 bypass in which the vncr has dedicated for tha public use, Ireet and utility easements shown ujKin aid pint; nnd WHBRBA5, th e rla n n! njr Commission f the City of FayeHevJIle, Arkansas, recommended acceptance of said Ian. NOW, TH EREPO RE, BE IT lATNED BY THE BOARD IIRECTORS OF THE CITY i'AYE'JTEVILLA), ARKANSAS: Section 1- That the City ol Fayclleville, .rkansas, hereby accepts and confirms tie large-scale development plan at Wai- lart Properties. Inc., for properly ocoted nrrth of Highway 62 west, south f Old Farmington Hoad, and cast ol tie Highway 71 bypass, hereby accepts :i confirms the dedication of sti ind utility easements shown there, ;rchy declares said easements lo be ibllc -easements and ,lhe Board o )ircctors hereby assumes the care, con. rol, and jurisdiction of ; Section . 2. That this ordinance shal te in full force find erred from ant iftcr the time provided by la 1 PASSED AND APPPROVED THIS 15th DAY OF OCTOBER. APPROVED Rus.=.ell T. Purdi MAYOR ATTEST: Darlene M'estbrook CITY CLERK I 1C 2-5 Reeves Ritchie, Arkansas Power 0 El- OP OF disputed oti Thursday a statement that APL had juggled Is bookkeeping figures to its own advantage. Fred Cowan, director of Arkansas Consumer Research, had accused APL Thursday of uggling its bookkeeping re- jarding the Arkansas Nuclear One generating station and other uncompleted construction vork to force the public to pay 'or what Cowan called a "completely unjustified rate increase." "Mr. COMMISSIONKR'5 SA1.R NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Tha APL Official Denies Juggling Accusation LITTLE ROCK (AP) -president Light of Cowan's statement to media representatives accusing APL of juggling figures to its own advantage is one that is lo:ally irresponsible or one based entirely on misinformation," Ritchie said at a news confer- nce. Cowan also had said APL had failed to give the state Public Service Commission a ture picture of the amount of increased revenue it will receive if the PSC approves Dispute Erupts Over PSC-APL Testimony LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- At- orneys for Arkansas Consumer Research objected Thursday to the slate Public Service Commission's refusal to Jet ACR add an expert witness in opposition to Arkansas Power Light Co.'s proposed 538.6 million rate increase. The three-member PSC saif unanimously Thursday that ACR's motion to add James P Marquart of Washington to the hearing already in progress was denied because ACR didn'l comply with the time limit sel by the PSC for (iling direct tcs timony. ACR had said Wednesday that Marquarfc was prepared tc testify on the central issue o the case and that ACR's casi would be damaged if he wen not permitted to testify. After testimony today, tin PSC's hearings into APL' proposed rate hike will he in recess until Nov. 4. George Ellis, counsel to ACR, said the group was pre paring to file a lawsuit agains the PSC. Any appeal would, b to Pulaski County CirciL Court. Ellis asked the PS Cto reconsider its decision, saying APL's application Tor a million rate increase. $38.6 in pursuance of the authority and direc tlrms contained in Uie decretal ordc or (he Chancery Court ol Wasliinglo County, made and entered on the LSI day of October. A.D., 1974 In a rertai cause (No. ch7J-70(l then pending there between Federal National Mortgage Association, A-Corporatfon Organized and Existing Under the l*a\re of Uie United States. FJairiLif/ and Barreli F. Morris unii Patricia J. Morris; His 'Wife defendants, Defendants, the undersigned, as FISHER BUICK INC. 2396 N. College 442-4261 1974 FORD MAVERICK 2-DOOR 250 D.I. 6-Cylinder engine, automatic transmission, factory air conditioning power steering, radio and whitewall tires. This is a real cream puff with 9,000 actual miles. See it today for only $3195 1973 OLDSMOBILE TORONADO Factory air conditioning, power steering, power front disc Drakes, power windows, 6-way power seat, power door locks, furbohydramatic transmission, cruise-control, AM/FM stereo, radio, tilt'n'telescoplng steering wheel and whitewall tires. Beautiful honey beige exterior with white vinyl top and matching vinyl interior, A real beauty for only $4495 1972 OLDSMOBILE NINETY EIGHT LUXURY SEDAN This car is in showroom condition. Beautiful bamboo finish with beige vinyl top and matching interjor.Factory air conditioning, power steering, power front disc brakes, power windows, divided front seat with 6-way power, tilt'n' telescoping steering wheel, AM/FM stereo radio ond whitewall tires $3695 1971 FORD THUMDERBIRD 4-DOOR SEDAN Factory air conditioning, power steering, power front disc brakes, power windows, power seat, tilt steering wheel, AM/FM stereo radio, vinyl top and a brand new set of whitewall tires $2795 1972 FORD PINTO 2-DOOR RUNABOUT ,f you're looking for a good economy car, but need an automatic transmission see this one. 4-cy[inder engine, radio, whitewall tires and chromewheet discs. A very clean little car for only $1995 1970 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER 4-DOOR SEDAN Thermbstatic air conditioning, power steering, power front disc brakes, power windows, 6-way power seat, tilt'n'tele- scoping steering wheel, radio, rear window defogger and whitewall tires. A clean local one owner for only... .$1895 1969 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS STATION WAGON Factory air condiiloning, power steering and brakes, 350 V8 engine, turbohydramatic transmission, radio and lug gage rack. This is a very clean local one owner car for only $1495 1967 OLDSMOBILE DELMONT 4-DOOR SEDAN Factory air conditioning, power steering and brakes, turbo- hydramatic transmission, radio and whitewall tires, lots of good transportation here for only : $495 1972 CHEVROLET CHEYENNE %-TON PICKUP This is a solid black beauty with all the chrome. Factory air conditioning, power steering, power front disc brakes, turbohydramatic transmission, radio and whitewall tires. It wont' last long at only $2595 1972 GMC CUSTOM 3 /i-TON PICKUP Factory air conditioning, power steering, power front disc brakes, 454 C.I. engine, 4-speed transmission, radio, heavy duty rear bumper and long narrow bed. If you're looking for a truck to do soms heavy work with, see this one today. It has the heaviest options available on the suspension system. WHITFIELD'S PRICE $2595 WOMAN'S WORLD A Convenient 1 Sewing ond Shopping Guide for Today's Gal on the Go. WHITFIELD MOTOR CO. OLDSMOBILE-GMC 1X-16 NORTH EAST AVE. - 521-7282 This cozy afghan is an invitation to recline and relax. Great' as extra blanket, too. Turn scraps into diamonds -use different colors for centers, crochet background to harmonize with your home. Pattern 598: easy directions. 75 CENTS each pattern -add 25 cents each pattern for first-class mail and special Handling. Send to Laura Wheeler, Northwest Arkansas TIMES. 450. Ncedlecraft Depl., Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N.Y. 10011. Print Pattern Numher, Name, Address, Zip, The source of inspiration -- our new 1975 Necdlecraft Catalog! 180 designs, 3 printed inside. Send V5 cents now. New! Nifty Fifty Quills ...$1.00 New! Ripple Crochet M.OC Sew plus Knit Book .......$1.2£ Needlepoint Book SI .01 Flower Crochet .-... Sl.OI) Hairpin Crochet Book S1.fl( Instant Crochet Book $1.00 Instant Money. Book Sl.Of Instant Macrame Book ...-$1.0( romnlcte Gift Book SI.01 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 --5( cents 15 Quills for Today No. 3 ....50 rents Book of Ifi Jiffy Rugs "It would have been hoped that Arkansas Consumer Research, an intervenor in the current rate proceeding before the Arkansas Public Service Commission, .would have shown more responsibility in verifying the facts before issuing statements to the media," Ritchie said. He added that the proposed rate increase should be tried efore the PSC, not the news nedia. Ritchie also said the consult- nt employed by the PSC had iled testimony to the effect hat · APL's treatment of Arkansas Nuclear One accounting was proper. Ritchie said regulatory bodies across the country are "adopt- ng the approach of taking a orward look for known changes that will have adverse effects on a company's ability o finance and to maintain a air rate of relurn." The prac- ice now is mandatory under 'certain regulatory commission rules of procedure," he said. 'a lot of gentlemen" were at the 'hearing who didn't want to hear Marquart's testimony. Later, however, ACR issued a news release, saying it was disappointed by the PSC's refusal. The release added, "We reserve our right to appeal, but at this time because ot qur limited financial resouces, and the fact' that we want the hearing to continue, we will proceed with our cross-examination of the company's witnesses." Lederer, a Washington attorney for Arkansas Consumer Research, told the PSC that Marquart would have testified htat expenses for current construe ion of Nuclear One should nol be included in the rale bas proposed by APL. He saic Marquart also would have testi lied that APL understate! projected revenues that wouli ackson to register two women vote in the Nov. 5 general lection under any name they esire. Judge J. Smith Henley of tittle Rock ruled that the wom- n must, however, use the pre- ix "Miss" or "Mrs." Henley also ordered Jackson o take steps to let a Little lock man vote in the Nov. 5 general election although the nan has not lived in. his voting recincl for 30 days, as ' required by state law. Three women lawyers and a Roman Catholic nun filed a awsuit Oct. 16 against Jackson's refusal lo register women voters without the' prefix 'Miss" or "Mrs." and over his refusal to permit married women to register in their maiden imes. Deputy Pros. Ally. Tom Tanner told Henley Thursday that pursuant to a legal opinion rom his office Jackson already lad agreed to let voters regis- ,er under any name as long as .hey did not use that name fraudulently. PLAINTIFFS The plaintiffs in the case ar« Pamela Walker, Linda Schollc, Catherine Harris and Sister Leona Holting. They sued Jackson in behalf of all females registering to vote in the state. At the hearing, Tanner said Jackson had agreed not to cancel any existing voter registrations. Apparently this meant that he would not cancel Miss Scholle's or the nun's registrations. Both Miss Walker and Miss Harris said after the hearing that they would register for the Nov. 6 election using the reli" "Miss" or "Mrs." The second lawsuit consid- red Thursday was filed Oct. 16 iy Louis E. Meyers, who moved Ocl. 15 f r o m one Little lock precinct to another Little plant from operation of th and that the propose rate increase was unjustified. lock precinct. He filed his suit n behalf of all persons who vere deprived of the right to r ote because they had not lived n their precincts for 30 days ·receding the election in which hey wished to vote. Henley ordered Jackson to let Meyers vote on a paper ballot n his precinct on Nov. 5 with wo election officials watching. Meyers should then vote on the voting machine in his district with the same two election officials watching, the judge said. The. paper ballot should be sealed and sent to the federal court clerk, he said. Henley said this procedure would protect both parties in Meyers' suit. If Meyer loses the suit, Ihc paper ballot will be opened and his vote will be expunged, he said. SHIRT AND SKIRT get toge .her in a softly fluid look in spired by the revival of Thirtie "ashions. Choose printed challi or blend. Printed Pattern 4816: Misses Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14. 16, 18. 20 Size 12 (bust 34) lakes 3 yds iO-inch. Send $1.00 for each pattern. Ad 25 cenls for each patlern 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 PAT- TF.RN CATALOG! 100 best school, career, casual, city fashions. Free pa Hern coupon. Send 75 cenls. Sew plus Knit Book -- has basic lissue paltern $1.25 Instant Sewing Book $1.00 Instant Fashion Book $1.00 Roberts Ordered To Cincinnali To Sland Trial PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) '-- iVilliam Rowland Roberts, 37, accused of murders and rob- eries in eight states, was ordered removed to Cincinnati, 3hio, Thursday .to stand trial "or kidnaping and murder. U.S. Magistrate George Juba irdered the removal after a brief hearing. Court officials said it has not been determined when Roberts will be taken to Cincinnati. He is accused of the Aug. 5 kidnaping of William and Norma Reed in Rising Sun, Ind. William Reed was f o u n d 5 e a t e n and hanged in his home in Cincinnati. His w i f e was gagged and tied to a bed. Roberts is charged in other states .with a series of robberies involving priests and ministers. He was arrested as he lay in a Portland hospital bed earlier this month. He .had checked into a hospital complaining of chest pains. Nurses called police after they found, he had three sets of identification. He is charged with robbing clergymen in Fort Smith, Ark., Moab, Utah, and Martinsburg, West Va. The FBI says Roberts has been charged with the June 28 murder of a priest in Wilkesboro, N.C. The priest, Rev. Francis T. Donahue, was found dead on his bed. where he had been tied and gagged. Agents said death apparently was from a heart attack but a murder charge was filed because the death was related to the commission of a felony. The FBI agent said Roberts is believed to have approached each minister on the pretense DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketcham UPTrllS/^SS,'' 'CANTCftA TAKE A JOKE ?1 C O U P O N -FOR THE FAMILY . . Ken's Pizza Parlor 409 WEST DICKSON FOR Order Three Piizas - Pay For Only Two! This Coupon Redeemable at KEN'S in FayeHevlHe ADVERTISE Thousands ot homemaJteTi tM» t«tu7« d«lly . . . «n« ther' 50 cenls will ie« 7mr of making funeral arrangements for a relative before robbing them. He is charged with the armed robbery of a Vernon, Ala,, motel Sept 21, and is sought in New York, Pennsylvania and Connecticut. In Portland, he was arrested on a federal warrant charging him with parole violation. He was released from custo dy in Kansas City, Mo., in May. He had been serving a three- year sentence (or escape and for impersonating a postal In specter. A condition of parole was that he live in Kansas City, Taco Grande 2366 N. College Ave. DINE iN--CARRY OUT 5Tacosfor $ 1 Sole Good Only Oct. 22nd thru 28th 521-8560

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