47--Real Estate--For Sale-- Â«7-R9al Ettota-For 5a!Â» 147-Reol Eilote-For 5olÂ» Fine 3 liclr, home with K oml ,". Ininllyroam comb. Complete facilities for (roller also on npnrox. 2 Â· Â·Â«Â·Â·Â«. Â»wy "0 N. or Prnlrlo Grove. Imincdluto occupancy. '' 20 A. -- bctmtllul selling whli Â·' utOL'kcil pond. 2 or 3 bdr. carnetcil (with bnsomcnl) -- D. onrai'.. -burn -- Just olllsliio Lincoln. 29% down. _ 15 A -- Pond -- now mclnl barn -deep well -- Grcenlnnd School Brnncl now Irntlcr house ( or on. 'tlonal). Owner carry mortgage. " THE OSBURN BROKERS IIIWAY 02 WEST n UONE 443-4400 Blflirnr ocrci, Ihrct bt'lroom, VA tjnlhj, jonilj. two u'dJs. fescue jiulurci nnil vooOs, nvc mile norlli nn'l cost ot Wcs- cy. no.uoo. riiono 613-Bit. . 4 BEDROOM 2 Bath, Fnmlly room, Plreplnc Central Heat anrl Air, Carpel, Dls washer Disposal, Electric ransa wllh Iraoil, Double Garaac, \Vasl\- *r-Dryer connection. All Brick Put. io, level yard. S3.000.00.--SI.000 00 Down. S220.26 Principal -- Interest 7^4%. 30 year lo.-ni. FRONTIER H REAL ESTATE 1015 N. College ST^ 521 - 6700 "Bill" Lazenby .... 521-5833 Les Davis 521-4448 Doug Hartley . . . . 442-6446 $28,500 SUNNYHILL torner lot with lorxe shÂ«do In NE Fayeltevllla. 3 BR lorno lias Sen. Fayelt . Din,, Kitchen with . ,, extras, largo FP In L.rt., carport wllh enclosed pnllo. All this plus \' 2 h.isctnenl. For nn appointment to see, call Jean A n n a Sellers, 521-1300 or nltea W9084. Jnmcs Baker, Broker RAKER ASSOCIATES REALTO R REALTORS 1618 N. College 521-1300 WE WORK HAH DERI WE GET RESULTS! WOODED and WONDERFUL! BY OWNER: 5 beautiful, wooded acres In Northeast section, surrounded by Home of the clly'a moat jirestiglou. 1 ; homes. Lovely view. Only minutes from downtown. Ideal site for your dream home or for development. Phone 521-1077. "COUNTRY CORNER" 88 Acres, ptirt In city limits and fronting on major highway. 12 mobile home spaces now providing ow provl , Natural city water, 3 stock ponds, 1 well and creek. The soil is sandy loam and tillable. All fenced, 80 acres cleared Eind excellent. posture. To see, call Col. Dufley Carter 521-1300 approximately 20 miles Jrom Fay- or niles 521-4122. 80 Acre.i fronting oti slate highway approximately 20 miles trom Fay- eUevllle. Partly cleared and In excellent pasture plus 2 good stoc-k ponds. Two poultry houses (20,050 ' ' ' ' ' Price at 505,000 with Call Col. Dut- iOO or nltes TWO pQ cap.), Included. good terms. Tc fey Carler at ! 4122. For Investor or home for isludci. next lo Rnzorback Stadium. 2 BH home on 80'xiso' lot with 32.V Icnc ed backyard. Easy walking distance ^r^iy. 108 " wimams i42 - FA.IJCETTE NEW--UNUSUAL 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Clf/CA, sundcck, secluded 30x200 wooded lot. Convenient to University and shopping center. Only $26,300. Phone 442- NEW LISTING Three bedroom brick home ' blocks from Woodland Jr. Higli Central heat, spot air, lafce beautiful patEo fenced yarc! !^3 500 FREEMAN 433 ACRE STOCK FARM 1207 per acre, 200 acres permanent rass with new fencing, 100 acres norc can bo opened, large quan- ity of saleable timber, gorgeous JUSiding sites overlooking Devil's Don Slate Park from (he west good all weather road, three bod' Â·com ,two hath, rock and log louse 2 good wells, -I ponds, live stream, building rock walls galore, Conlact J. F. Gafabard, 442' 5110 days; 521-5399 nights, REALTOR James Freeman Phyllis Freeman Jo Dodson Randall Webb Corl Henson Hugh Huppcrt 1617 N. 521-6300 College 521-7088 521-7088 751-7537 521-5088 44.V439 Â·112-7143 SEL S M A L L TRACTS (7G6) Subdivide this -1-1G acres with 3 Bprings, 5 ponds, fenced and cross-fenced or .sell off timber, remodel house and move in, 3i ait Saving. One-third clown, bal. at 8% all Hiram Brooks 521-8500 or 413 2925 for details. REALTOR 1984 |\K College SUBURBAN home, Three bedrooms, VA baths, s.irage, large yard, in West Fork For sa IQ by owner, S39-3215. N0W S bedroom, 114 haUt, parjele3, on Lake Kequoyah Road nÂ«ar Baldwin. Tola price, $18,900, 51500 down payment, SH' month. Call Don Dlngledlne, 521-3163 8-6 or 442-8153 alter 6:00. GABBARD REAL ESTATE James Baker. Broker BAKER ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N. Collegn WE WORK HARDEHI WE GET BESULTSI REALTOR 521-1300 NEW home for sale al builder! cost. Three bedroom, . bath, all brick on , iarec lot, fireplace, dmirjlc garage that'l Jnsulaled and paneled, many extras. Open house 1 Ila3 Overcrest, 5 p.m. FayottevlllB, Sunday, or eal: Rogers, Ark., 636-7974 for an appointment. Call by 9;00 a.m. In morning or 6:0[ p.m. in evening. Will help finance qualified parly. OWNEEl must sell approximately 20 acres, open. Good pasture, modem ' room house, larce pond. Call alter 6:00 OPEN DAILY 2 NEW HOMES Mockingbird Lane (off Overcrest Drive) Hanch Split. 3 4 BH., formal living room, 2 baths, family room FP. large kit, all bullt-lns. extra bif double garage carpeted. AC. Priced low to mid 30's. financing available G1NTON1O BLDG. CO. Phone 521-3373 Legal Notices-- St. Louis Male Chauvinist Has Little Choice ST. LOUIS, Mo. (AP) - The male chauvinist voter In south St. Louis hasn't a chance Nov. 5. Any way he casts his ballot, he'll send u woman to Congress. The contest for Missouri's 3rd District seat in the U.S. House of Representatives is the nation's only three-way ladles' race, with incumbent Democrat Lepnor K. Sullivan facing opposition from Jo Ann P. Raisch, a Republican, and Mario S. No- wnk, an independent "I think it might be a more lei'csting race having all omen," says Mrs. Ruiscli, a -year-old mother of two tcen- Je boys. Politics is not new to er family. Her husband Wilis seeking his third term s a slale representative. "People are tired of the old- me politician. People want omeonc refreshing; they waul omeone new; they want some- ne.young," Mrs. Raisch says." "Thai's the usual thing they opponents) say," according lo s. Sullivan, who is Missouri's rst and only congresswoman. "If I can't carry on, you'll ever see me run for Congress, think you're as old as you eel," says Mrs. Sullivan, who oes not look her 72 years. She was first elccled in 1952 o fill the seat of her late hus- and and has been relumed to ongress for 11 conseculive erms. "I think 22 years in office is oo long," says Mrs. Nowak, a 1-year-old eighth grade math- DENNIS THE MENACE By Keteham PUTMAN-HILL APARTMENTS Offer tremendous lax shelter with excellent cash flow and equity yield. Excellent location near U. oÂ£ A. campus. Descriptive brochure on request. Call J. W. Gabel for details. IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNT?, ARKANSAS H. C. MUNOY and NEIL ilUNCT PIiAJ STIFFS VS. ALICB DUN'OAN and PEARL THOMAS DBFUNDANTS NO, CH 74-917 Filing ol nolicc of petition lo qule and conlJmi Itllrj and warning order, Nollce Is hereby given that Ihcre ha been filed in my Of/ice, as Clerk Uia Chan wry Court of Wa.tfi.ngto County, Arkansas, Ihe jplillon of t C. Miincy and Nell Mwicy, husband an wlfcj praying for Ihe quieting, conljrnim and %-cstinz of UUe 1n it to Uis foltow described real estate situated Washington County, Arkansas, lo-uit: 3535 N. College Developers of Hyland Park BY BUHjDBR -- New 3 Twdroom, 3 bath, fireplace, dishwasher, air conditioner. 2 car garago ivilh, remote control door, n e a r Asbcl] School. 442-8878, WOMAN'S WORLD 827 ar WUfi* A Convenient Sewing and hopping Guide far Today'* Ga! on ths Go. Souhl Halt (SJ4) o! Lois X and 31 all of lyiU 71, 2S, 29, and 30, 1 Block No. Tiiree (3), in Glcnwood Par ition lo the Citv of FayelleviUo, a ignalcd upon the recorded plat said Addition. Al] persons, firms nnd-or corporation claiming any [merest in Kild lands t any lien thereon arc hereby noUfie and warned to appear in UIP Washingto County Chancery Court wiUiin Jour (Â· iveeks ot Uie date ol the first publicatio ot this Notice and sliovv cause, it an they have, why the lille to said lane should .not be veiled, confirmed nn quielcd in the petitioners, H. C. jrunc and Nell ifunny, husband and vvlf fore%'er. The defendants, Alice Duncan an Fearl Itiomas are hereby warned appear in the Chancery Court i Washington County, Arkansas, with: thlrly C30) days and answer the Petjlio to Qiiiel and Confirm Title ns filed. WTTNESD my hand and seal on thl 16 day of October, 1S74. (Seal) 4To 21, 23, Nov. 4, 11 Alma Kollmcs' Chancery Court Cler The cape's the cover for al occasions--day to dinner. Choose the casual, sashed longer version or the r u f f l e d chort cape. Crochet both of cozy, lightweight Shetland in rib-stitch stripes. 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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Won., Oct. 28. 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, A R K A N S A S T5 THE WEATHER Elsewhere By The Associated Press Monday Hi Lo Prc Ollk matics teacher. "No one scorns to hclieve nybody. It seems like there's uch a lack of confidence and ailh in the government. I think ic only way to restore that is ) get some ordinary citizens -lose who don't owe anybody ny favors," Mrs. Nowak says. The district, which covers outli SI. Louis City and south t. Louis County, is populated nostly by middle-class whites. _ For Mrs. Sullivan, it's the irst time she's over been op- osed by one member of her ex, much less two, 'out the vet- ran Democrat contends it will make no difference. She says Mrs. Nowak, as an independent, will take votes away from he GOP candidate. Mrs. Raisch disagrees, say- ng the independent will cut nto Mrs. Sullivan's strength, vhile Mrs. Nowak contends hat disenchanted or undecided 'otcrs will line up behind her, deserting both political parties. Botli Mrs. Raisch and Mrs. \'owak have two children each, vhile Mrs. Sullivan has none. Mrs. Sullivan and Mrs. Nowak NEW YORK STOCKS 1 Opening Prices ' FurnTihed by A. C. Edwardl Son Ark Best Corp 7K Amer Tel Tel Ark La Gas Baldwin Campbell Soup Central S W Chrysler Del Monle Dillards Easco A G Edwards Emerson Exxon Ford Frontier Air ........ Gen Growth Gen Mlrs Gordon Jewelry Inll Harv 45 19'/a 614 26'/s 1H'Â» 10 19% 9V4 lOVi 4% 29 BWa 29 Two Injured In Springdale Auto Wreck Albany Albu'que Amarf.Ho Anchorage Ashevillo Atlanta Birmingham Bismarck Doise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Charleston Charlotte Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Denver DCS Moines Detroit Duluth Fairbanks Fort Worth Helena Honolulu Houston Ind'apolis jECks'ville Juneau Kansas City Las Vegas Little Rock Los Angeles Louisville Memphis Miami Milwaukee Mpls-St. P. New Orleans New York 50 18 . clr 58 43 ,15 cdy 53 46 .25 cdy 46 30 76 38 81 52 81 50 57 28 63 50 54 33 80 70 55 36 83 54 76 51 67 5S 66 40 64 40 66 38 71 57 68 33 62 47 30 25 79 63 57 34 80 76 1.30 cdy .. cdy . . c d y .. clr .. cdy .. cdy .. rn .. clr .. cdj .. clr . clr .. cdy .01 cdy .. cdj .. cdy .. cdy .. r .. cd .. r .. cds .56 rn SPRINGDALE Two per- . . . . 3214 714 18% I-T-E Imperial 13% J C Penney 39'/2 sons were treated and released at Springdale Memorial Hospital following a three-car accident on Caudle Avenue Saturday morning. Nancy Ann Mounce, 17, ot 511 Candle Ave.. and Rnhy Ashworth, 36, of 44C Apple-gate Dr., were injured in the collision. Miss Mounce was backing out of her driveway when her car driven by Edith A. Levi Strauss 1714 Ling Temco 10 Marcor 15 Pan Am World Air 2% Phillips Pclro 42V 4 Pizza Hut 13% Ralston 363s Safeway L 34'/2 Sambo's 10 Scars 45 Scott Paper I2'/s Shakespeare 5'/ Sou Pac stalled. A car are widows. Mrs. Sullivan says she has ludgeted between S20.000 and S30,(IOO for this year's campaign, which is relying on the mailing of literature. The door-to-door methods em- Dloyed by Mrs. Raisch will cost ler $2,200, according to her es- ;imates. Mrs. Nowak says she receives volunteer, after-school assistance from a core of about 25 of her pupils and that she expects her drive will set her back 53,000 or $4,000, Vaughn. 46, 13A Applcgatc, in which Mrs. Ashworth w a s a nassenger, was westbound on Caudle a n d stopped f o r t h e Mounce vehicle. A car driven by Cheece Hannah, 77, 605 Cleveland St.. also westbound on Caudle, did not stop in time to avoid striking the rear end of the Vaughn vehicle which then bumped into the Mounce car. Okla. City Omaha Orlando Pliilad'phia Phoenix Pittsburgh P'tland Ore. Rapid City Reno Richmond St. Louis Salt Lake San Diego San Fran Seattle Spokane Tampa Washington 78 72 67 45 B2 56 50 34 70 56 71 57 77 54 69 61 67 48 81 55 77 74 63 48 70 56 80 60 66 40 77 58 72 60 84 53 69 41 74 60 67 39 63 51 69 42 65 44 74 42 74 49 63 45 70 59 63 55 55 47 51 38 83 61 74 42 Bank Credits High Earning To Inflation NEW YORK (AP) -- First National City Bank of New York says unusually large third quarter corporate earnings were "not Ihe result of a surga In petroleum profits." Citibank's economists s a ' i d Sunday in a preliminary analysis of after tax profits.' ot 853 corporations that the ; increases over the earnings ;re- portcd in the third quarter a year ago "almost entirely .reflected inflated dollar volume, not higher profit margins." and were not distributed evenly over the 30 industry groups studied. The 13 petroleum firms studied had a total profit of $1.670 billion and accounted for almost 18 per cent of the total profit of $0,296 billion reported by all the firms. However, t h e petroleum in- .01 rn dustry had an average earnings .03 cdy increase ot 45 per cent, lower ; . cdy t h a n eight other industry .55 r groups. By group, the industries lead.. cdy ing the list of gainers were: Â· Common carrier trucking, up 209 per cent f r o m the third .. cdy quarter of 1973; iron and steel, .. cdy up 175 per cent; other trans- ..cciy portations, up 152 por cent; .. cdy nonferrous melals, up 105 per .. rn cent; paper, up 67 per cent, .. rn and cheniicals, up 66 per cent. .. clr Five i n d u s t r y groups earned .78 ,rn less in the third quarter ot 1974 .02 rn tlian Ihcy did a year earlier: .. cdy Aerospace, down 21 per cent; .. clr electrical equipment and elec- .. cdy tronics, down 11 per cent; jn- .. clr slrumenls and photo goods, .45 rn down 8 per cent; other m a n u .. cdy factoring, down G per cent, and .06 rn I textiles, down 5 per cent. clr .05 rn .43 rn .90 rn .06 cdy .. cdy .. clr 27 Texaco 23 Tri Stale Mlrs 8V4 Union Carbide 41Va Uniled Air 2714 Viclor 6 Wai M a r t lUs Ark West Gas IS'/i-H Kearney Natl Minute Man .......... 4 1 /z-5 l%-2Va Pioneer Foods ........ 4 :l /s-4 7 /a H K Porter ............ 33-3414 1214-13 6%-6'/a 2214-2314 Averages Inds ................ down 7.21 Std Reg Tyson Foods Yellow Frt Trans down 1.82 Utils clown .32 Volume 2,830,000 Actress Recovering ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) -Academy Award-winning actress Susan Hayward has been released from F,mory University Hospital and is returning to her home in California, a hospital spokesman says. Miss Hayward, 55, has been hospitalized since early October and sources say she has been undergoing nonsurgical treatment for a brain tumor. Her physician, Dr. George Tindall, has refused to disclose the results of a brain biopsy last July. The hospital spokesman, John Rozier, said of Miss Hayward: "Her doctors say her condition is much improved." Commodity Openings Jec'corn 3.63 \ T ov soybeans 7.70 Dec eggs Â· 61.30 Feb pork bellies 68.35 Dec wheat 5.20 in Essay Contest Essay and poster winners in Ihe Washington Counly 4-H con- Body Found Hear Loitoke LONOKE. Ark. (AP)--A man led authorities from Ihe Lonoke County sheriff's office to a woman's partially decomposed body Sunday night, Sheriff Donald Brumett saici. No charge had been filed against the suspect Sunday night The woman, who had r oeen lests arc announced. Essay Porler, winners were Zion-Fishbaek Susan Club, SLIMMING ANGLE seaming makes all Ihe makes you;- waist, hips look narrower, smoother. Very, very easy--few seams! Printed Patlern 4847: Misses' 18, 20, Half Sizes 10W, 12%, 144, 16V4. 18K. Send $1.00 for each patlern. Add 25 cents for each paltern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Anne Adams Northwest Arkansas TIMES, 438, Paltern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York. N.Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. MORE FOR YOUR A10NEY in NEW FALL--WINTER PATTERN CATALOG! 100 best s c h o o l career, casual, city fashions. Free pattern coupon. Send 75 cenls. Sew Knit Book- has basic lissue paltern ...$1.25 Instant Sewing Book $1.00 Instant Sewing Book $1.00 Instant Fasten Book $1.00 CHOICE LOCATION HIGH ON A HILL VERY CONVENIENT TO SHOPPING YET SITUATED IN A RESTRICTED AREA OF NICE HOMES -- 2 BEDROOMS -- FORMAL LIVING AND SEPARATE FORMAL DINING ROOM -- UNUSUAL- IL LARGE KITCHEN--SMALL DEN OH SEWING ROOM -- BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOT WITH AN ABUNDANCE OF TREES -- IT HAS JUST BEEN COMPLETELY REDECORATED INSIDE AND OUT. DONT FAIL TO SEE THIS ONE TODAY. CALL B. A. SHAMBLIN OFFICE 521-1600 AFTER 5 CALL 442-8446. junior division and Mary Baker, Hazel Valley Club, senior divi- ion. The theme for both the essay and poster conlesl was adult 4-H leadership and what it means to members. Poster winners were Blaine Ahrents, Lucky Clover Club, junior division and Cheryl Sachs, Bethel Grove Club, senior division. Awards were prcsenled at a potluck Hallowe'en costume affair. The Teen Leader's Club presented a program in recog nilion of ailull leaders and participating were Susan Russell, James Swopo, Donald Hatfield, Siegle Bell, Mrs. Virginia Simco, and Karen Russell. Two Youlhs Win 4-H Plant Honors repoiicd missing lo Jacksonville authorities, was about 10. Brumell was withholding her iclentily pending notificalion of relatives. The woman's f u l l y clothed body was found about 15 miles west of here br'nw a brif over Ihe Bayou Meto near Arkansas B. "She'd been beaten or shot to death," said Lonoke County Coroner Jerry Adams. "It looked like she'd been dead about a week." Brummett said the body was sent to the University of Arkansas Medical Center at Lillle Rock for an atuopsy. but that she did not appear f o have been shot. He said, unofficially, that t appeared she was beaten to death. Brumett would say only that he suspect had "some connection" with Little Rock Air Force Base. B r u m e t t said he did not believe there was any connection between this death and the discovery of another woman's decomposed body in west-central Lonoke County on Oct. 13. Shoplifting Charge Filed In Ham Theft 'SPRINGDALE--Billy J o e Goen, 37, of Piano. Texas, was arrested on charges of petil larceny by shoplifting Sunday afternoon after Kettle Smoke- n o u s e owners reported two country-cured hams taken from Hie store. According lo Ihe owners, M r . j and Mrs. Earl Ware, a m a n i and woman entered the store! and asked to buy.,twq._jiiims. While the Wares we're busy'with ofher customers, the couple carried out the hams without paying for them, Ware said. A description of Ihe pick-up Ihe couple was driving was issued. Within Ihe hour a slate trooper stopped a vehicle an- \ swering the description. T h e ! trooper said he found two h u m s ! In the first half of 1974 there was an average 23 per cent gain in profits among the companies studied, but there was an average increase of 28 per cent over Ihe third quarter of this year. Citibank said petroleum profits actually wont down to 45 per cent from 55 per cent for the same 13 companies in tile first half. Ihrea Women Priesls Defy NEW .YORK (AP) - Three women who were ordained 'as Episcopal pricsls have again defied their church leaders "by cclebraling Holy Communion-a't the nondenominational erside Church. As Ihe women reached' a candle-decorated lable Sunday "' Ihe spot where an altar Id have been in an Episco- church, about 2,000 persons Rtv- .., " 11 " n w u u t i aaiu ins J.UUDU i^vrj u a i n a j . , ,. .. Â· r -*m*.,., on the floorboard of the pickup.|f n ,"'^f, n '] Tne ce remony burst Goen was driving. Police said 1 Goen told them he thought the woman accompanying him had paid for the meat. nging over Ihe chancel rail was a brightly colored sign wilh the legend: "In Christ lliere is neither male nor female, bond nor free, Jew nor Gentile, we are one." The women priests then consecrated the elements of communion, an act historically per. formed only by m a l e ' p r i e s t s . They also gave communion "lo S P R I N G D A L E --Police, women and men who did not responded to what appeared to;kneel, another departure from be an extorlion at the Speedway tradition. grocery store at 4:29 a.m. The Ihrce celebrants said Saturday. Night clerk, said he recc:" f r o m a man across the s t r e e t , and I am armed the money Exlorlion Try Foiled By Police Ihcy held the eucharislic serv- Jack Groves, [ice "according lo Ihe official lived a phone call! authorized services of the Epis- who said, "I a m i copal Church, despite a declaration by (he House of Bishops that we are not priests." a rifle. Take all out of the cash pri The women, the Revs. Alison ADVERTISE Thousands of homemalccn reic* this feature dally . . . tad th**' will IM your TFIE FEATURES OF THE MORE EXPENSIVE HOMES FOH ONLY M2.500 -- SEE IT TODAY -- GOOD LOAN TERMS. CALL B. A .SHAMBLIN YOU ASKED FOH IT - AND HOME? iÂ£ 1 .~8 HERE IT IS -- 3 BEDROOMS 2 " u;na - **FULL BATHS -- FIREPLACE -FULL KITCHEN APPLIANCES SUCH AS DISHWAHSERS ETC -FULLY CARPETED -- 2 CAR CARPORT, BRICK EXTERIOR -- ALL Two county youths, Douglas Brooks, son of Mr. a n d Mrs. Jim Brooks of Springdale. and Siegle Bell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bell of Lincoln, have been named National Junior Horticultural Association state winners. As Arkansas state winners they will participate in national competition to be held at the National 4-H Center, Washing- Ion, D.C., November 1-5. Bell was chosen as the slale winner in the areas of environmental beautification, experimental horliculturc, demonstra- lion conlcsl, achievemenl and leadership. He will represent A r k a n s a s in these areas at the National Convention. In addition to participation in N.J.H.A. activities. Bell is also active in Washington County 4-H activities. Brooks won the state competition in the canning anti processing division wilh a green bean project. He is an active member of the Springdale Future Farmers of America. Vandals Damage Springdale Homes SPRINGDALE ' -- Several vandalisms involving rocks were reported to police during the weekend. A rock was thrown through the picture window of a vacant house Friday night. Owner Larry Douglas estimated damage al $30. Saturday morning, Mida Ncft, 615 N. M i 11 St., heard rocks thrown at her front door. Upon investigating, she found the front door glass, valued at $75, had been broken with two rocks. . Janice Fielding of Lowell toltl police Sunday that rocks were thrown al her car, breaking the windshield, lhat morning while she was driving on Dyer Steert. you. Groves said he removed all Ihe money from Ihe register, Ihen decided not lo follow the instructions. He hid behind the counter and called the police. When police arrived, they found no one in the area. register and put it in a bag.;Check of the diocese of Vir- Then walk across the street and j ginia, Carter Heyward of New north on Harris until 1 stop j York and Jeaneite Piccard of Minnesota, were ordained 4n Philadelphia July 29 by fojir bishops after their diocesan superiors had refused the apostolic laying on of hands. On Aug. 15 the House of Bishops, one of the governing chambers of the Protestant Episcopal Church, expressed the opinion that the ordinations wero invalid. However, the body affirmed its approval in principle Home Burglarized Dr. Robert McCollum of 24GG|of women's ordination. Rosemont Drive told K a y c t t e - i ville police that $300 worth of traveler's checks and several otlles of medicine were taken rom his borne over the veekend. Dr. McCollum also said that whoever entered h i s home, let his dog out of the Â·ard. Liberty To Mountain CAMP DAVID, Md. (AP) -President and Mrs. Ford spent a relaxing weekend at Camp David and introduced their new dog, Liberty, to the woodec mounlainlop retreat. A spokesman said For swam and played golf both Saturday and Sunday and coaxei Liberty inlo Ihe water Sunday The President managed to squeeze in some work Sunday morning and had lime to vvalch foolball on lelevision in the afternoon. Television Stolccn Jim Gladwin of 100 S. Hill Ave. told Fayetteville police thai a small television set was Immunization Clinics Planned This Week Two immunization clinics, p a r t of the state-wide Every Child in 74 program, will be held this week. The clinic in Springdale wjll be held Tuesday from 2 to 7 p.m. at 4B Applegate Drive at rlhc Community Center. taken from bis unlocked The Fayetteville clinic is apartment sometime Sunday scheduled from 8:30 a.m. lo 7 aflernoon. Car Vanralized Miss Lori J. Jorgenscn of 2100 N. Leverell Ave. lold Fayelte- ville police Sunday afternoon the left front door glass on her car was smashed earlier in the day while the car was parked at the Ramada Inn on Hwy. 71 north. a.m. Wednesday at the Wash- ngton County Health Department in the new building at 1100 N. Woolscy. : These are the final clinics in Washington County, according to Mrs. Roy Clinlon, county chairman. Car Tags Stolen SPRINGDALE--The dealer tags from a car parked at Wal- Mart S o u t h were stolen Saturday night. Owner of the lags, Connie Young of Route 3, told police she was inside the car at the time. A witness said she saw two boys at the Young car about lhat time. Ride Planned The Washington County 4-H Horse Club will sponsor a trail ride Saturday. The ride will begin at 1:30 p.m. and conclude at 4:30 with refreshmenls. All 4-H members are inviled to bring their horse and participate in the ride which will take place at the Tom Glenn farm in Ihe Mt. Comfort Community. Additional ccrning the information con- ride may be obtained by calling the C o u n t y Agent's Office at 442-9821 or Mona Glenn at 521-6105.
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