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47--Real Eitate-For Sal* EKitlTV ncro.i, llircc bedroom, iWbillii I»iKl, two ttclli. fr-i-uo isislurcj mil woods, I K o tnlla north n n j casl of Wcs- Iry. 110,000. Phono 613-ZHft BU1IUK1IAN liomo. Tlii-to hedrconu 1'A billii, (irai«, liirire yum. In West 1'ork Kor bntc l- owner, £15-3213. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION LOW INTEREST Brick und rraims 3 licdroom house in JarmlrnjUm. Paneled living room, lurfic nnnclccl .1TM, co/.y kitchen with aopnrntc cllnlilK nrca Carpeted llirnugout. Garden. 8x13 Elorngc bulltllne on tliailoil lol A real bargain al only SHI900 or pay equity and assume 7% Interest loan. ONLY $16,000--LIKE NEW Extra clean 3 bedroom brick frmnil with Hi Imlhs, carnelMcl Hv- Hi ro . om c S ntr "' lionl, carport with storage In Reel Arrow Addition. Large 7% Inlcreit loan can te assumed. For more inrormallon call from-sl Oslmrn 4W-I291 or nlKlits and weekends al 521-2201 THE SULLIVAN AGENCY escribed renl eslnlo nhuaici! fn Wash nlon Cotmly, Arkansas, to-wlt: 'ItiR Knst Hull (H \i) ot Uie .Southwest quaricr (s\V li) of itie Northwest Qutirler NW '/,) ol Section H, In Town* *Wp 1C North, of Ilanjfc 2 Wcsl, contain- lr,j! 2Q flcres more or less, All persons, llrms nncl or corjwrnUotis. I n l m l n i any JutcrcM. In snld In nils or ny Hen thereon aro hereby jiolfftad ntl warned to niipcnr in ilia Washington ounly Clumccry Court within (our (I) cchs ot tho ia(o ol tho first iiubllcullon I llils Nut Eca nn] show cnusc, If nny Key have, why the Illlc to saUl lamia JioulJ not [o vested, con! Irnioil, and ulctecl In. Iho poHlloner, Dec King, for* ver. Tho do fondants, George Edward. Gnm- uon und C'uninduh Udnra Oamnion, iusbnnil find Wlfo, (heir unknown heirs, lev I sees, administrators, and/or nsslgns, ire hereby warned to appear Ln the CSian- ·cry Court of Washington County, Arkan- 05, %vUtiln thirty (34) days and nnswor ID Pclltlun To Julcl and Confirm Title s filed. WITNESS my hand and ecnl on tlih l day of October, 1V14 Alnm Koltmcyi C1IANCKIIY COUUT Cl.nHK Ity Kathleen Harness DEPUTY CLUUK EAL TO, 13. 20. 27, Nov, 3 REALTOR N. college 442-1291 TWO BIG ACRES 3 bdrm' and den, 2',i bath brick, paneled informal living with FP, , extra nice kitchen, dining, master suite, carpet, drapes and central air. Good garden snot too Dial 521-8500 to sec. REALTOR 1985 N. College COMMERCIAL HERE'S A GREAT OPPORTUNITY! No. 1119 For someone who wanta to live and work right al the same place, This .small mobile home park is also a good investment. Located west of Farmington, Good terms, financing available. Call Ml-7272 or after hours Lee Boss 521-1645. CHOICE COMMERCIAL LOTS No. 1120 Commercial lots or acreage for sale or Jeasc in northern Fayelteville. For all the delatls call 521-7272 or after hours Frances Laneham 443-3157. Two Locations MOO N. College NW Ark. Plaza 521-7212 Alter 8 p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-7275 ANNOUNCEMENT Boss Academy of Real Estate a brand now school In real estate for the residents of Northwest Ar kansas -- FULLY ACCREDITED /or the Arkansas Heal Estate license requirements _ L.EARN TO EAHN -- BECOME MORE KNOU5DGE ABLE In the field of Heal Es tate for future investments -- GAIN FliOM THE EXPERIENCE of Boss Company GALLERY OF HOMES instructors whosi merchandising techniques ant practices have been highly sue cessful. ENROLL NOW -- CLASSES BEGIN NOVEMBER Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. 2332 N. College (Gallery of Homes) Phone 521-7272 far more information call Leo Bos at the above number NEW 3 bedroom, l',5 ball), carpeted, o Lake Son llo yh Road near Baldwin. Tola price, 513,900, $1500 down payment, $14 month. Call Don Dinglodine, 53-3163 86 or 442-S13J a Her 6:00. Legal Notices-- oqal Notices-- .egal Notices NOTICE 01'* A I'UIU.IC I1EA1UNG ' U k N N I N U COMMISSION HBAIim INDlill THE CODE OF ORDINANCES H* THES CITY OF PAYKTTEV1LLE. .HKANSAS. IOTICE IS 11CKEBY GIVEN THAT 'UllSUAN'r TO THIS PROVISIONS OP 'HE COni) OF ORDINANCES OP THE !1TY OF FAYETTEVILLE. THE FOI LOW! NG Pt71Ti'IONS FOR IIE2ON1 NG LWE J5EKN SET FOK HEARING BE- ·-QRK THE PLANNING COMMISSION N THK DIRECTOR'S ROOM. CITY AD IINISTHATION BUILDING, FAYETTE HLL15, ARKANSAS, ON TUESDAY, NOVE*irBER 11, 1974, AT 4:00 P.M. RKXONING PETITION 1171-10: The petition of the Hargis Trading Company, James 0. Win, Jr.. President; .ind The Stanton Company, ]url5 L. Sliintoii, President; tor ]i ropurty located o n Ihe West side of City Lake Road (Mornlngsltie DriveJ and South ot Pnbp Elation Road, described ns follows: A part ol Ihe NE5'« ot Uia NW'A of Section 27, Township Ifi North, BBTIKC 30 West ot the 5th P.M.. FaycllcvlUc Arkansas, being more pnrticularly described as follows: Beginning at a point that is West. ·13.9 feet from -the Northeast Corner ol Uie NE!£ of Ihe NW/t of raid Section 27. tlicnce West, 616-05 feel; Uicncc Eoulh 2"33' West, -IM//7 Icct; thcm:c South casl erly atony a curve n --14'M', 483.29 feet to the P.T.; Ihcnco SouUi f5°OT Easl, 329.17 feel; the/ice Norhl 5*53' East. 901.18 feet to the point of beginning, containing 11,338 acres more or less. To rezone from R-l. Low Urnsily residential District, to I.I, Heavy Coin mere [al L i g h t . I n d u M r J a l District. REASONING PETITION R74-18: The petition ot Mrs, Lucian C. Phillips for property located al the NE comer of Highway 45 East and Crossover Road, more particularly de. scribed as follows: ParL of the NWVi, ot the SW',4, ot Section 1, T-1S-N, R-30-W, described as follows: B e g i n n i n g al a point on the NorLh line ol Highway 45 Eiist which is 45.5 feel norlli ot the SW corner ot said -JO acre tract, nnd r u n n i n g thence Nnrlh 211.5 foot, thence East 203.2-5 feet Ihence South 211 feet more or less to Ihe NorLh line of said Highway, thence Southwesterly with the N o r t h line of said Highway to the place at bL'gfnnfns. containing 1 acre more or less, to rezone from K-I, Low Density Residential District to C-'l, Thoroughfare Commercial DIslrlcl. All interested parties may appear an be hcnrd at said time and place. A copy of (lie proposed amendment am ithcr iHfrllnent data arc open, and avail ah!e for inspection in the Office ot City Planning, Oily Administration Building .''ayettcvllle. Arkansas. All interested parties are invited (o re view (he petition in said Office ;am rtiscuss I h e dclnils ivilh the Planning Adminlslrntor. GIVEN UNDBH MY HAND THIS 22nd day ot October, 174. Ernest Jacks SECRETARY ITC 27 XOTKJK TO R I D M K I I S Sealed propolis nddrcascd (o: lionrd of Trustees Utih'mhy of Arkansas Fflyeltevllle, Arkansas 72701 'or funi!t.1jliiK and i n s t a l l i n g furnishing Wnk-nnun I (nil in accordance will) 110 Plans, .Specifications nnu Contract )ocnnicnts. which wore prepared byi Project Interior UosUner Minor U. Wnllace, Jr., Director Office of J'Vicllitlcs planning ond Con- I rut: I ion University o[ A r U n s a s 103 N. Duncan Slrctt Kiiycltevllle, Arkajisns 72701 ' ind nuiy bo oliLnliicd from: rurclirsiiiiK Agent Un I bcrsity ot Arkrmsns ? ayelUYllle, Arkansas 72701 Olt Minor G, Wallatc, Jr., Director Facilities P l a n n i n g and Construct ton Iff! N. Ihincan Street Kaycllcvllle, Arkansas 72701 v»l be received at the University I'ur- rimslng A g e n t . Hooin J I O AOirilntslraUm uilding, University of Arkansus, Fny tlcvlUe, Arkmisas until 2:00 p m o'clock, November U, 1974, and then ubllcly opcucrl and rcucl nloud. Any Ftl received after this litno will be returned unopened. A ccrlfriesi (.'heck or ncrap-table bidder's bond In whtch the bidder in princi- , p n y n N c to the Owner in an n mount jc.vs t h n n five per cent of the.Invest possible total for the bid submitted must iccompany each bid as n Kiianmtc hat. If awarded t h e Contract, l!ic bidile: vill promptly enter into n Contract jintl execute such bonds ns may be required, The .successful bidder w i l l be required o execute ft performance paymrnt bond n the amount of 100 per cent of the Contract, Issued by a surely licensed o do business in tho Stale of Arkansas sn form known as Arkansas Slatulor Performance-Payment Bond. The Owner reserves the right (n refecl nny or al) bids and lo waive any or 111 formalities. Bids which (nil lo comply with any provision ot the Spcciricnlicm.s and or Contract Documents will be consi dcrcd invalid and will not rcceivo consi deration. Plans and Specific-aliens may bo cya mined without charge in the office o. ,hc Designers or the Office of Facllllfca Planning and Construction and may be procurred by Contractor for deposit o J20.GO, made payable to the Unlversit f Arkansas, refundable, upon relurii within ton days of o p e n i n g dale. No bid may he withdrawn for a period of thirty 3») days subsequent to the- d a t e of opening of tho proposals, without the consent of the Owner. Any bid i colved after the lime and date' speclfii will not be considered. Fred s. Vorsanger, Eccrdary Board of Trustees University tt Arkansas FayclleviUe, Arkansas 72T01 DATE 2TC 27, NOV. 3 NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby E'vcR lo all persons concerned o[ a public hearing to be held by Ihe Fayetlevllle Planning Commission. DATE: November 12, 1971 TIME: 4:00 P.M. PfACE: Directors Room, City M- ministration Build In?, Fayetleville, Ark' nnsas. Tho purpose of the public liearmg Is lo consider a proposed amendment to ndd "Package iftiuor store" ivithln Use Unit !5 and Use Unit 16. Article 6, Zoning Ordinance 1747 (Fayeitevillc Code ot Ordinances, Appendix A * Zoning, Article 6, ( X V ) .Unit 15. NEIGHBORHOOD SHOPPING GOODS, and (XVI) Unit IS. SHOPPING GOOD3L All interested parties may appear anil bo he.-ird at said time . and place. A cony of Zoning Ordinance 1747 and the proposed amendment and other pertinent data are open and available for inspection in the Office ol City Planning, City Administration Building, FayetlevlHe, ArJsa n sas. All Interested parlies are Invited lo review the petition in said Office and discuss the details with lha Planning Administrator. GIVF.N UNDEH MY HAND THIS 22nd lay of October, 1D74. ERNEST JACKS, Secretary JTC 27 IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY. ARKANSAS WARNING ORDER Ch. 71-9J3 Martin Robert Wealphnil Vs. Donna Leo Weslnhall, Defendant The Defendant Is warned to appear in this Court wllhln thirty days and answer the complaint of the P l a i n t i f f in me above entitled cnusc. Wilnois my hand and seal of this Court this I6th day ot October, 1071. A l m a Kollmcycr CHANCERY CLERK By Becky Conleo D.C. YKeall 4TC 20, 27, NOV. 3, 30 IN TEIE CFtANCFRY COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY. ARKANSAS NO. CH 74-891 DEE KING PLAINTIFF VK. GEORGE EDWARD GAMMON AND OANHADAJI UUORA GA.MMON'. HUSBAND AND WIPE, THKUl UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES AND/OR ASSIGNS DEFENDANTS FILING OF NOTICE OF PETITION TO QUIET AND CONFIRM TITLE ANO WARNING ORDER Notice is hereby given that there has been tiled in my Office, as Cterk of 'lha Chancery Court of Washington Cmm ty, Arkansas, Ihe petition of Dee Kinp. praying tor the q u i c l i n g , confirming antt vesting of title in him to Uie following NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given to fill persons concerned at n public hearing to be held by the FayettevlHe Planning Commission. DATE: November 12, 1974 TIME: 4:00 P.M. PLACE: Directors Room, City Administration Building Fnyetleville, Arkansas. The purpose of the " public Iicaring lo consider an amendment to the. City's "Land Use Plan" for the area lying East of Highway 71 (South SchooE Avenue) In and around the general area of: Wllloushby Road, City Lake Road, Morningside Drive, Highway 16 By-pass (Fifteenth Street), Armstrong Boulevard, nnd Happy Hollow Road south of HunLs. ville Road. , . All interested parties may appear and bo heard at said time and place. A copy of tin; "Land Use Plan", Uie proposed amendment, and the State- law on City Planning and other perlinent data are open and available for Inspection in the Office of City planning, City- Admin islration Building, Fflyetteville, Arkansas. All interested parties are Invited to review the petition in sahl Office and discuss the details with the Planning Administrator. GIVEN UNDER MY HAND THIS 22nd day ot October, 1974. BOBBIE JONES PLANNING ADMINISTRATOR ITC 27 Migratory Birds May Be Carriers Of Lung Cancer FLORENCE, Italy (AP) Migratory birds may be car ricrs of lung cancer, according to a German scientist. Dr. Nicholas Kraus of the In stitutc of Hygiene at the Uni versity of Dusseldorf, in a pa per presented at the lllh Inter national Cancer Congress here reported that the highest l cancer mortality rate was ob served in Northern European countries. A study showed that Finlanc ad more cases t h a n Sweden ind Scotland more cases than .he rest of Britain, he said. ' ' F u r t h e r investigation; showed that the majority o :ases in rural regions appear in he extreme north of Norwa ind in the region of the grea akes of Finland." his pape said. A study of all related factor rom tumor-producing sub stances, smoking, infectiou actors to nutrition, persona habits and radiation did no seem to influence the high rate of lung cancer, it said. Dr. Kraus said because th virus theory as a cause of can cer is "more and more accept cd by a growing number of sc: ?ntists" and because migratorj )irds are known carriers o virus infections, an analysi was made. "Our investigations discloset surprising results: the greates density of lung cancer wa 'ound exactly in those region where certain species of bird end their migration," he said. In another paper. Dr. Albcr 3. Lowenftls, associate profer sor of surgery at New Yor Medical College, said cxcessiv consumption of alcohol in creases the risk of cancer i several organs, including th esophagus and liver. IN THK CHANCERY COURT OK WASHINGTON COUNTY. ARKANSAS WARNING OHDEH JuHanna Daniels Plaintiff Vs. eh 74-533 Gary Lee Daniels Defendant The Defendant la warned lo appca t In this Court within thirty days am answer the complaint of the Plainlil in the above entitled cause. Witness my hand and seal of thi! Court this 23 day of October, 1971. ALMA KOLLMEYEP CHANCERY CLERL Setn 4TC 27. NOV. 3, 10. 17 THE FEATURES OP THE MOHE EXPENSIVE HOMES FOH ONLY S32.300 -- SEE IT TODAY -- GOOD LOAN TERMS. CALL, B. A .SHAMBLDT YOU ASKED FOR IT -- AND HERE IT IS -- 3 BEDROOMS 2 ITJLL, BATHS -- FIREPLACE -FULI. KITCHEN APPLIANCES SUCH AS msmvAHSEns ETC -FULLY CARPETED -- 2 CAR CARPORT, BRICK EXTERIOR -- ALL Scholarships Granted Scholarships to two Univer sity of Arkansas students hav ;een acknowledged by Dr Charles E. Bishop, president. ^Dr. Bishop said that Vincen .·"lusche of Subiaco, a freshma n the College of Education, ha ·eccivcd a scholarship of $30 or the fall semester from th Cloyes Gear Company of Paris An award of $201) has bee sresentcd by the James Clayto Portis II Scholarship Fund o -.epanlo, Dr. Bishop, said, I Samuel A. Hill of Trumann, 'reshman in the College of Et ucation Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sun , Oel, 27, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS 7D Offers Opinions On Economy, Oil, Pardon, Congress Gerald Ford The Man: In New Perspective EDITOR'S NOTE -- In his rsC exclusive interview, Presi- enl Gerald Fowl discusses the ardon, the economy, oil, his 'marriage" with Congress, and iie high drama of August in oignunt detail. Here, too, is jerald Ford, the man, in new icrspcctive. By SAUL I'ETT A B O A R D AIIl FORCE ONE AP) -- The day had been long, 7 hours from dawn over the outh lawn of the White House o near midnight over the nesas and mountains of the ioulhwost, 2,800 miles by presi- ontial jet, helicopter, car, bus, oot. Altogether a noisy, sweaty )!ur of unchic summitry from tie humid city .hall of Magda- ena, Mexico, to the sodden golf 'ourse of Tubae, Ariz. In the darkened middle com- jartmcnt of Air Force One, a "iccrct Service agent was whis- icring in the code of his trade, nto an air-to-ground phone: 'Red Baron advises that ..." Most people aboard; advisers, agents, speechwriters, secretar- es and reporters, were now asleep or wearily on the edge. One furtherest from the edge vas the big man in the forward compartment, who sat at a able and talked ebulliently in lis shirtsleeves, collar open, tie oosened, bourbon and branch vater in hand. Over the back of his chair lung a blue Air Force One ounge jacket. The name tag ;aici: "Gerald Ford." The name tag on the jacket that his jredecessor wore said: "The 'resident." DISCUSSION BROAD The 38th President of the United Stales, in office 10 see saw weeks, talked of m a n y .hings during an exclusive in- .crview, his first, on Monday light between Tucson and Okla noma City. He talked abnut "tougher measures," if necessary, to re duce American dependence on Arab oil and said, "We could really put an embargo on for cign imports which would have a much more severe impact on availability and supply." He said this might be necessary i Congress or the .public failed to respond to his present pro gram. He talked about the economy and said he would considei wage and price controls only in the event of a "very major in ternational crisis." He talked about being Presi dent and said, "I love it," and "It's sort of got my adrenalin going again." He talked about the naliona state of skepticism and said h views it as a "self-destruct atti tude" among Americans whici "we've -got to lick." He talked about the pardo and, answering detailed ques lions not asked by Congres: said there was no "concetv able" way -- "none what soever" -- that Richard M Nixon's chief of staff couk have gotten the impression Ford might favor a pardon. ' _ _ He talked of his wobblj marriage" with Congress anc said he thought it would im prove after the election despit his hard campaigning. DETAILS GIVEN He talked in poignant defai of his last days as vice presi dent. He sad he was s stunned to learn he'4 soon b President he couldn't tell hi wile immediately. Instead, h went through the charade o looking at furniture with he for the vice president's house which he knew they'd neve live in. He talked of his last fatefi meeting with then Presiden Nixon, one mm on the wa down from the pinnacle til other on the way up, and cam to the ed'ge of tears in the tel ing. Close up, Gerald -Rudolp Ford comes across as a big warm man whom you want t believe (you'd feel somewha shabby if you d i d n ' t ) . A friend Jy, happy man you'd want t play golf with, a man of no in tcilectual pretensions but an parently a willing learner town booster, a Rotarian out o Main Street (if Sincair Lewi nao been benign), a man with big, hearty laugh who likes t laugh, a man unabashedly a home with himself, his job an his countrymen, a genuine, gre Carious middle American i ays that Richard Nixon, in his iperial solitude, might es- jUse but could not practice. Gerald Ford's hair is thinnin'g i the middle and his blue-gray ·es arc disarmingly earnest. ·'·; clothes have been described _ Sears Roebuck mod with eir wide lapels, slashed pocks and flared trousers, sug- esting he might have gone a t overboard when the stvlc 'rived but as President has it yet had lime to retrench. FRIENDLY FEELING He quickly addresses his visors by Iheir first names and, nlike the way it is w i t h most olticians, you don't resent it. ou quickly feel like an old iend without knowing w h y . he only problem in talking to Jin is to resist the temptation i call him Jerry. We talked in (he President's ivate compartment. Near his ght hand, on a ledge under he windows, was a white hone which connects him with IP cockpit and the plane's ommunications center, which onnects him with the Wliile louse switchboard, which con- ects him with the world. Also present were Donald ·umsfeld, White House staff ili- =ctor, and Press Secretarj :on -Nesscn. The President was ex- ilarated. He said he loves his ob because of its challenges. "I feel great. Every day, rom the point of view of focus ng in and meeting the pron ?ms, I think we're doing bet ?r. That doesn't mean we've olved all the problems but /e're better organized to mce! liem." A year ago. after 25 years in lie House, nine as Republicai minority leader, Gerald Ford as getting a "little bored." He as planning to run for one iorc tvyo-year term and thei quit politics. "Now," he said, "the old adr nalm is going. After a day liki his, how can you help it Veren't you impressed with thi -rowds (in Mexico)? Well hcse things still thrill me They really do." BURDENS HEAVY He said he has found the bur ens of the Oval Office tougtie han his view from Capitol Hil ad prepared him for. He no\ lets a "much more in-depth un lerstanding of the complexitie of the problems, particularly ii nternational affairs. Also in do mestic affairs. In some way t s easier lo make decisions. Ii itner ways, it's more difficult. ... When you're a legisla ive leader, you've got 180 i 190 people to meet with, tal with. When it gets down to tli 3val Office, it's yes or no. A Harry Truman said, 'the buc stops here."' "Have you had to learn a lo n a hurry, Mr. President?" "No." He said his 25 years , Congress had prepared hin vith more exposure to nationa problems than most people re alize. Despite his change of ad dress,- the President said h still sleeps well. "I don't sta awake worrying. I work 12, 1 lours a day. But when I finis I can sleep. When I get up, let going." Gerald Ford is n a brooder. The President interrunte himself. "Is it cool in here?" Ii asked, groping for the thermo tat. "Well, 1 guess I can turn RETIREMENT DREAM THIS BEAUTTFUIXY DECOnAT- ED HOUSE IN A SELDOM FOUND LOCATION IS FOR YOU. MOVE IN JUST AS IT IS -- SOMEONE HAS MADE IT PERFECT FOR YOU. THE LARGE HOMEY LIVING ROOM HAS A GAS BURNING FIREPLACE. EARLY AMERICAN SHUTTERS AND SHEER DRAPES ON ALL WINDOWS. SEPARATE FORMAL DINING WITH BUILTIN HUTCHES, ETC. EVEN THE ICE- MAKER liEF. AND ELF.CTRANGE ARE INCLUDED WITH THIS HANDY KITCHEN. TWO NICE SIZED CARPETED BEDROOM AND PLUSH BATH. LARGE THAN USUAL UTILITY ARE/ WITH MANY STORAGE CAB NETS. CENTRAL HEAT AND Al AND PULL DOWN STAIRWEL FOR STORAGE. SEPARATE G. RAGF, WITH REMOTE CONTHO THIS IS ONE YOU HAVE TO SE FOR YOURESLF TO APPBEC ATE THE MANY ADDED fEf TURES-. SEE IT TODAY. CALL B. A. SHAMBLIN OFFFtCE 521-1600 HOME 442-S446 :ysclf. I'm learning these lings." ' "Sure you didn't push the ect button?" The Commander in Chief larecl. With most presidents, a asual visitor docs not try mall jokes. STATUS NOW "In your first speech to Con- ress. you said you were not so oncerned with a honeymoon as ith a good marriage. What's he marital status now? "Except on the continuing csolntion (which contained an Tort to cut aid to Turkey), I link we've had good relations, h, 1 vetoed a few hills (nine) ut they knew why and I don't link they condemn me for it. ·ut on the continuing resolution ·c had the paradoxical situ- lion where the Democratic nii Republican leadership ere all with me. The troops on oth sides of the aisle defected i large numbers. ... The leaders come f r o m datively safe districts or they ren't up for election. Every- ody else is and that makes a ell of a difference. The leaders vantcd to he helpful because icy thought I was right ... I :iink the marriage will he bcl- er after the election." "Even after your campaign- ng?" "I haven't said anything un ind aoout any individual mem ier." "You've been clobbering the Democrats for spending loo nuch." "Yeah, but they know they're ;uilty," Gerald Ford said aughing. "You probably ough not to put it that way. They low what the record is." "On the general question o vhether the power of the presi rtency has grown too large am a balance with Congress mus be restored - " "I think the balance is pretty even right now." POLL RESULTS A week after the cesarea section t h a t resulted in th birth of the Ford presidency. 7 per cent of the people intei viewed ill the Gallup Po~ bought the new man was doin, a good job. Six weeks later onl 50 per cent thought so -- th sharpest, fastest drop of an president in any Gallup Poll. "I think it's understandable, said Gerald Ford, looking ot .he window into the night. " made some pretty hard dec sions that were controversia The pardon, amnesty. I kne 1 1974 VOLKSWAGEN "THING" Radio, 4-speed, bumpe guards, 2800 actual miles, ii showroom condition SAV ON THIS ONE. Wheeler Motor Co lnc - RS5I PHONE 443-3458 Kul 3244 N. College Mil (Highway 71 North) Open 8 to 7 OPEN HOUSE 201 North Locust 2:00 to 5:00 Remodeled, older home -- wall to wall carpeting, custom drapes, dish washer, range and disposal. Walk to downtown area and University Has one operator beauty shop, fully booked business; equipment n, mains. Also has furnished basement apartmenl, rented for $100 monthly Assume 8% loan. Excellent investment. Boss Co., Inc. 521-7272 Muriel Howart 521-2083 CHOICE LOCATION HIGH ON A HILL VERY CONVENIENT TO SHOPPING YET SITUATED IN A RESTRICTED AREA 'OP NICE HOMES -- 2 BED- HOOMS -- FORMAL LIVING AND SEPARATE FORMAL, DINING nOOM -- UNUSUAL- JL LARGE KITCHEN--SMALL DEN OH SEWING JIOOM -- BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOT WITH AN ABUNDANCE OF TREES -- IT HAS JUSTT BEEN COMPLOTELY REDECORATED INSIDE AND OUT. DONT FAIL TO SEE THIS ONE TODAY. CALL B. A. SHAMBLIN OF1TCE 521-4600 AFTER CALL 442-8146. aptly that they would cause ficulty. "But I don't think that they ;re f u l l y understood at the me. Amnesty has turned out be fair, and when 'jcller un- rstood will be accepted. The rdon ..." [to said the pardon uproar ould have grown worse with- t his appearance before the )use Judiciary subcommittee. Vilh it, I hope it's better ... lore was no way of explaining with the pressure that was on :thout doing that." "On another level. Mr. Presi- 'iit ... With all that the coun- y has been through in recent "ars -- Vietnam, assassina- ons, nots, Watergate, inflation the public seems to be skep- :al about everything and ev- ybody these days. How docs ne get them to believe anv- mg any more? And what's our view of your own credibly so far?" BEL1EVABIL1TY VARIED The President said he beeves the polls show his be eva-bility i s good allhougli il aries from issue to issue. He aned forward toward his vis "The thing that does worrj ie is this ... There is a self ^struct kind of feeling (among mericans). I don't point UK nger al tho press or anyone ul you look al it. U sort o .arted when Ihey were givini ack- Kennedy hell. You know i the ast days before the as n the last days before the as 'They? The press?" "Well. nb. People in polilica fe. I wouldn't say the press i hat case, but (here was hig riticism of Kennedy. And ttie began really in an uphill ere cendo toward LEJ and the rove him out of office, litci lly. 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