Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 13, 1976 · Page 12
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NoiUiwest Arkansas TIMES, Tuesday, April 13, 1976 47--Real Estate I'AVKTTEVILLi:. AKKASSAS 47_Rea| Estate--For Sale BY Ownor (or s^e « I TMdo apartment complex near I'nJver rrtum «i Investment. P.O. FayctUfville. Little for A Lot 200 E. Poplar Fayelleville 521-3900 HOUSE FOR SALE by ov\w;r. 3 b rooms. 2^i baths, fornnl liTng f dinii ar«a, den wih doubl* fii^jAaM, dou car garage IjT-csied on 22T,i Acres v-ilh J rent bcuFcs. barn aixi gaideQ spot. rall« from city limits on Hwy- *$ E- C 521-SW4 a«er S. LOVELY FAMILY HOME li established celEhMrhcoi La«e Urir room, formal dialae room, library/fsml' room 4 bsdiooms, 3 balhs. Urge tenet - Call 443-2510 North of Lake · Fayelteville 2ieyr 3 BR, 2 balh bricfc or iwk Nw sus.Ven living room, piush car ^'f' ^ Ues. terms available. . . . Rrcade ?722 North Collesa pbone 501-521-9696 t ayetlrvil!e, Arkans 72701 "COUNTRYSIDE LIVING" We invite ym to compare Itie qual and cbarra of this 4 bedroom. 2 home, ebnndance of s-.ora.ge,' 5p fc'tchen and bacu dbiceU. This 1 1U floor plan fits Uie'most djscriml buj-er. Home p?ace oa I roUirgi acre an Is fe«*l witb - rough oak. Has a ft wort shop And 2 car garage. Cai some a M6.0W note at T latt Priced E| J29.SXX Ph. 442-7788 or 442-9594 FOR SALE BY PRIVATE PARTY ProfiWb'.f W^i acre broiler rsw±. Eltd tress chicken houses 3G*»37S't PI fcranwi(« or ersllcr space with wa wri), gas well, septic Unk. awi all ho* ops. Lcesled on Hwy. 62 b?twpKi Pra Gtove ET! Faiminstoo. Price ii3,MO, r Call Ron Burns 846-2183 --Real Estate--For Sale IN SWEETBRIAR v 4 bednxmi brick horn*, : IN L1NCOIN Phone Builder GARLAND SMITH -For Sal* I WHAT A LOCATION quiet wtfll-ltert family oriented nc!.sti barhivd htgh on a htll In KwH School Ijslrirt. boas'ilnc an 1BCO sq. ft. 3 bt~tl- wm, 2^i balh homo with central heal/ ^ir ,[«KvJ tsirk y.ini, deck with a view, snjonhww tool Call Susan lodny Rt Ml- J053. Legal Notices RACIOU5 FAMILY LIVING \vhai jwill fiix! In this home located Oah Minor in Butterftotd s*cot dis- rt. With over *2100 sq. ft. ol hfaicd cociod spaco. lAls 2-.ria.-y hngne ains (our bcdivonii , 2 full haths. . . J. W. Gabd Ml-Wll. R-307. X-TRA SPECIAL Vakc an appointment to ie« our new ns on Sadowrirtge- With 3000 sq. (1. icatcd and coo!«J spatv. this 2-.s*ory se often twr bodnwns. formal liv- room arsd dining room, family room ih iw* fireplace PLUS a frame room. ~s sena-wntemporaiy i* situated «i icot sn acre let and contains an "^P- · ard kivv« deck ki Mfh. This love- home has ail the extras you could tit. Call today -- Vcmon Tarvcr 521 1, nishls 511-3M7. R-303. Lindsey and Associates "Developers of Hybrid Pork" the following doHrrlbdl territory; A ot Ihe South Unit ol the Southeast Qonr l*r «J Ihc Southeast Quarter at Section IB. part ot (he Northeast Qsutrlei the NorihcAsl Quarter ot Section ivi n of ihe Noritmvst Quarter ol Nortfmesl Quarter ot Section W. imd nil ol the Southwest Quarter nt the Southwest Quarter ot Scvtion 17. al In T16N, HWW, ot the Sth P.M.. Fnyctle villa, Arkansas. more particularly (k'sctibcd n i follows: BcfilnrunR at * point KO feel North ot Ihe S\V corner ol Section 17, TISN'. lUttV. anil running Ihcnce Nonh lo Ihc N\V ccttwr of Oic SWri ol the 5WH ol said Sctllon 17; last l» the NE corner of Jalrt 0 acre tract; Ihcnco South to the SE (\imer ol said 40 acre trar: Commissioner Alexander Cleared Of Allegations Soutb CO decrees JS minutes second; · South 62 degrees SI minutes 53 Souih h e n _ _ _ Yttwdi \V«rt 14S.07 (eeU- ih 63 ifcsrccs 13 minules 57 seconds \Vt ·(0.72 fc«, thence Soulh 71 decrees 02 minute s S9 ioro nds \Yeit ] W.68 e*; thence South 31 drgrevs 52 minutes W 5cconrts West 53.6 Icel; thence North rc*s 31 minutes 00 secocds West feet; thence Scum 69 degrees ·19 minutes 50 roconds West 2I5.W feel; degrees 51 ininulcs W 210 ted: ttwnre South 81 desrxv-5 53 ivunules N scwr.rts \Vrsi 75 0 feet; thence North 27 drp rces 3 3 .irvutes W wconds \Ves4 2W.IO Icet; .e/ice N'onh 34 degrees P2 minmos \S"c*l 570 fee t; Ihenc e Norlh 31 doKteus 6 «Yords West 406.6 feet; thernre North 25 degrees a mlnutc-s West 353.2 feet: Ihence East to the point of beginning. arc hereby notified lhat a petlilon has b*tn liled \\ith Uie City" Clerk ol Hie Gty ol Fayctlevjllc. Arlansas. pur- portin? to be alpoed by a majority in VRl'iie ot the owners of real property u-:iltin ^y territory. said pcUtii requesting thai all of lhr real I situated within the limits alorci: fonncJ into a local imprO' dUlricl to ba linown and desipnaica as "Strecl Jniprovement District No. 75-1 of "Fayelleville, Arkansas" for lh« purpose of Ersdins. draining, curtriTig, cullcring ^ Idening, sidawnlklng, nna paving the toUowins described itrc«ts Facminclon Hond Irom Ihi east · - _ . _ _ . . - . _ [ [ , . . WASHINGTON (AP) -- Intel--1 nal Rcvnuic Service Commts- siaiicv Donald Alexander lias been cleared of allegations ol misconducl, But a Treasury DcpavhuciiE report ac know I edges tiiat Alexander and other IRS officials used "questionable judgment" in blocking an audit of Sen. Joseph MoiiEoyn's taxes. Treasury Secretary William Simon issued a summary oE llic Treasury report Monday and expressed confidence in Alexi\n : der's honesty and integrity. AL the same time, Aty. Gen. Ed\vni'd tcyi said a Justice Department investigation uncovered "no evidence to support" misconduct allegations againsl Alexander. "Consequently, the investigation has been closed,' Lcvi said, ' The Justice Department in vestigaliori concentrated on E charge that Alexander actec improperly in suspending ai IRS probe of tax shelters in tin Bahamas Islands. Jt . alsi probed an allegation thai hi planned a boat t r i p last April 2G with an individual who was in (ax difficulties. Levi's statement did not dea wtth the Montoya audit. A Jus tice Department spokesma: said another statement woul be issued soon on il. The separate Treasury repor by Richard B. Albrccht, th Treasury general counsel am chief investigator, dealt wit! he circumstances under whic an audit of Montoya's 1372 ta Old -- righl-tf.way line of San? Aveni property- line ot the bove flro COLONIAL ELEGANCE This 5 BR , · 2"A hath, two Story home as approximately 3,000 W- It. Central ical arJ air. 2-car garage v.-ith u-ort;- hop. Fully equipped kitchen. SloFlae era!n. acec to Uo(.\, Recently reduced. Call Ray Buath sai-JMS, or office. 161 ACRE FARM AU desrcd.- n»st in gfvxl pasture, Num witbuldings. 1 Creak. 4 por.ds. " -:ierA sprirkss. "Lots ol valor, i enced. Ltxated m Madison CWmly, miles SU of Hunls\-illa. Call Viiginla Bowers M263CB. or ofCce. WOODED SECLUSION be found en Uus 1-75 acre lot Sequoyah. A DIAMOND IN TIIE ROUGH for only J12.250.W. Call Joe Backui i!2S5i7. or office. lid p«ltl(Xi will DC meeting ol Ihe Board ct Director! be held April 20, 19W. at 7:30 p.m. in Ifte Board of Direelors Room the City rAdminist ration Building f purpojc nf delerrauiing the sulfl oT said peliiion; and al sa = .d rr aU owners of real property wilhi tenilory wbo desire will l» heard. Darlei sul/iclei White Space D O E S Increase Readership Of Ads l i 2tc April 6. 13 sitbrool: City Clark Liltle Rainfall Causes Fire Damage In South ciurn was blocked, Monloy. Tallliy New Mexico Democrat litiirs u Senate subcommittee iU oversees the IRS. Albrccht found that Alcxan er and bis deputy commission overruled nn IRS elligencc director in Albi Licrnue, N.M., who wanted to irsiie an intelligence division iHTsligalion of Montoya. Simon, in a statement accom- lanying the report, said Alexinder and his deputy took tlio iclion because they did not il to appear to be con ducting a politically motivated investigation of Montoya. who was a vocal IRS critic and a member ot (lie Senate Waler"Tho very actions.,. that might now be questioned were t a k e n at. tfoal time in the good h desire to avoid further allegations of improper conduct jy MIC 1HS," Simon said, "A review of Monloya's taxes is currently under way. The Justice Department entered the investigation last Oct. 30 at the request of the Treasury Department. As an outgrowth of its investigation, the Treasury Department is recommending t h a t all federal elected officials and presidential -appointees be audited regularly. Albrccbt said more than 1.000 government officials would be affected, including himself. "I think that's a price we ought (o be willing to pay in order to get public confidence," lie said. CB Club Donates To Youth Center BIr. and Mrs. Ray Hunt, chainnin of the Citizen Band Rally sponsored by Ihe, IA CB Club, discuss needs with a group of girls pictured at the Fnyclteville Hoys Cluli- Youlh Center. The club dl- nutcd $2,025 proceeds of t h e recent rally. The youth club members -present for the presentation are from left (front row) Lisa Smith, Margaret Douglass, and Nancy Bassett (ljuck ro\v) Tracy Gilmcr, A([rienne Lashlcy, Dana Lash- Icy, Kelly llenson, and Chantal Koppcnhofer. (TIMES- photo hy Leslie Sutton) Wood Comments On Television Networks Moving Headquarters With Sentencing Delayed Patty Prepares For Psychiatric Evaluation ATLANTA. Ga. little rainfall in (AP)--With month, several Southern slates have suffered extensive fire damage and no immediate relief is in the U.S. Forest By JAY SHARBUTT . AP Television Writer NEW YORK CAP) -- Question: Will the television net works ever move their headquarters from the East Coast to Los Angeles, where nearly all their prrnie I [me entertainment programs are made? "Maybe one d a y - i n the future," said Robert D. Wood, who has resigned as head of CBS-TV to return to Los Angeles to form a TV production co mpatiy under an exclu sivc four-year contract with the network. But Wood, who began with SAN FRANCISCO AP) Patricia Hearst, her final sentencing for armed bank rob- Wear this sporty jacket alon or over a tee shirt. 1 Spice separate outdls wit this easy, 3-color jacke Crochet ol sports yarn in fee paltern stitch that's easy rememher. Pattern 623: Misse Sizes 3-18 included. $1.00 for each pattern. A d d cents each pattern for Mrs class airmail and handlin Send lo: Laui'a Wheeler Needlccrafl Dept. 450 Northwest Arkansas TIMES Box 161, Old Chelsea Sta., Ne York, NY 10011. Print N'am Address, Zip. Pattern Number -NEW! 200 designs to kn crochet, quilt, sew, plus FREE inside NEW 19 NEEDI-ECRAFT CATAT.O Send 75 cents. Crochet with Squares -- SI. Crochet a Wardrobe ?1 Nifty Fifty Quilts SI. nipple Crochet SI Sew plus Knit Dook ,.-....$1. Needlepoint Book SI FJowtr Crochet SI Hairpin Crochet Book .... 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Extensive damage also was reported in Arkansas, Alabama, Norlh Carolina and Tennessee, Here are some of Ihe losses hy stale since Jan. 1: Arkansas, 2,666 fires and 53,900 acres; Alabama, number of fires unknown, 66,000 acres; Norlh Carolina, 3.726 fires, 57,COO acres; and Tennessee, 2,187 fires, 26,300 acres. Texas has lost about 25,000 acres lo forest fires and Oklahoma reported 1,463 fires destroying 62,500 acres. Scattered small fires were reported in Florida and Georgia. CBS as a mail clerk in Los An- getes 27 years ago and lias headed the network seven years, said a departure of nel-| work brass from Fun City probably won't happen for a vnricly of reasons. "Philosophically ceptually, il'd and con- good idea, 11 all three networks are ba^ed in New York. He chatted about this after a news conference h/;re Monday in which lie appeared wiUi his successor, Robert Wussler, 40, and John A. Schneider, head of the CBS Broadcast Group. Among oth^r things. Wood lold reporters his decision to resign was in no way related to Hie fact thai CBS, while still No. 1 in prime-time ratings, had been topped by rival ABC for 11 straight 1 weeks this year. He said his decision to leave CBS-TV's lop job and return to Los Angeles "began germinating last fall" and He'd discussed it with Schneider. But il wasn't related to CBS' ratings ortunes at all, he said. Wussler, who joined CBS as a mail clerk in 1957 and became lead of CBS Sports in July 974, predicted as tlic network's iew president lhal CBS would bery for delayed, prepared loday 90-day psychialric eval- top with he said, citing the closeness toj management would have program suppliers. But the 51-year-old executive, .whose preference for tbe California life was no secret at CBS, said t h e biggest factor against such a move is that "the revenues are rooted here in New York." By that he means the money from the New York-based ad verlising agencies who buy commercial time on network daytime and'nighttime shows. Other factors, he said, in elude the concentration here o' network business, financial am promotion experts, plus the fac that the parent companies o Be your own designer! Begin with this shapely basic, then choose the collar, pocket sas or belt that adds up to the look hat's YOU 1 . Send! Printed Pattern 4593: Misses Sizes 3, 10, 12, H. 16. 18. Su i2 (bust 34) basic style Ztt yds "35-inch. SI 00 for each pattern. Add '. cents for each p^tcrn f°r f ' r s class a i r m a i l and handling. Send to: Anne A d a m s Pattern Dept. US Northwest Arkansas T f M E S 241 West 17 SI. New York, NY 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS HEW Rejects Health Agencies JACKSON, Miss. (AP) -Gov. Cliff Finch said Monda thai both agencies seeking t be Mississippi's health systems agency must modify apnli-l cations submitted lo Ihe Department of Health, Educalion and Welfare. Tlie governor said HEW has rejected both groups seeking th,o designation. Finch had recommended that uation lhat could be crucial her bid for freedom. . Authorities plan to take Miss Hearst from the jail cell that has been her home for seven months and fly her to Los Angeles Wednesday for a pretrial rearing on state charges of kidnap, robbery and assault. The charges stem from a crime spree there a month after the San Francisco bank holdup of which she was convicted. Alter what is expected lo be a brief court session, she will move on to the . Metropolitan Correctional Center at San Diego where she will undergo lengthy court-ordered psychiatric examination. U.S. District Court Judge Oliver J. Carter, at the request of defense attorney F. Lee Bailey, additional testing years, with any prison terms i for the two counts running concurrently. He specifically urged Miss Hearst lo cooperate fully with prison psychiatrists, saying it would be a factor in ctclcnnin- [ng "tho nature' of the modification" of her punishment. "The court finds that il re quires^ more detailed informa lion before it can make a final determination of sentence to be imposed," the judge said. The U.S. Bureau of Prisons will designate the psychiatrists who will examine Miss Hearst 22, and submil a report Ic Carter. If necessary. Carter may extend the deadline another "9"o days. The judge's oplinns of sen ieEicing the one lime kidnap vie lim range from a maximum penalty to simple probation. Carler, however, strongl ordered the Uomiay. in the ratings next hadn't been in- presidi tay No. 1 season. He said he ·ojved in drawing up CBS' rime lime program schedule r or next season, but that he'd ie busy the rest of this week looking at hew programs on the network's fall schedule. Schneider emphasized there would be "no change" in CBS fall .schedule. Wu ssl er, as keri if he woul( bring in a new programs chiel nraised Lee CurrHn, currently CBS' lop programming exccu live, and said, no changes." "T contemplale As a formality; he sentenced he newspaper heiress to the maximum 35 years in prison -25 years for armed bank rob- aery and 10 years for use ol a firearm in a felony -- to meet the requirements of the Jaw allowing the extended psychiatric examinations. . But Carter made clear that he would reduce the sentence after the final reports on Miss Hearst's San Diego examination are submitted. "How much, I'm not now .prepared to say," he told attorneys. He noted that he has said bG' hinted during Monday's 3,vmin ute court, session thai he is no leaning toward leniency at thi lime. He said the weight of the evi dence during her eight-wee* trial supported the verdict tha Miss Hearst willingly joine Liheratio Army kidnapers in a terroris her Symbioncsc fore that the -maximum tcnce he would consider sen- 25 bank robbery on April 15, 197' 10 weeks after her abduction. She was convicted March 2i even though she tearfully test fied she was Ihrealened wil death if she did not parlicipai the holdup. Bailey spoke briefly on bclia of his client, saying that t doubted society needed to b jrotcclcd from Miss Hears nd he urgejj that "retributio Oil Industries Bid For Rights In Gulf Oi Alaska Kilt Peak To Take Over Sacramento Peak Observatory TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) -- The organizalion operating Kill Peak National Observatory ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) -- The oil industry lined up today to lease drilling rights in the Gulf of Alaska with lop federal officials forecasting the auction could attracl bids of $1 billion from 70 companies. "Bui we really don't know how much lo expect," Ed Hoffman, a U.S. Bureau of Land Managemenl official directing the sale, said Monday. Eslimales of reserves in the million-acre "Fronlier Area" -- HBW designate Mississippi Healih Systems Agency, Inc,, to coordinate Federal health programs in the state. HEW ind also considered Mississippi Health Improvement Corp. Health systems agencies are being formed in each slate under 1074 revisions in Ih/? Public; state in 1969 for $900 million . a term used by thj Interior Department to describe tracts untouched by a drill bit -- run up to 10 billion barrels, of oil, the size of the massive Prudhoe Bay pool on Alaska's North Slope. It was leased hy the a suit filed by Alaska Gov. Jaj Hammond. Hammond, the federal Envi ronmcnlal Protection Agency and the President's Council on Environmental Quality had r£c ommcnded that leasing in Ih storm-tossed waters 300 mile: southeast of here he delays for two to thnoe years for fur ther environmental study. The appellate court upheld ruling by U.S. Dist. Judge Jo scph Waddy that Ihe nations interest in tappin; reserve: ron-menlal concerns, in tapping new energy ts overshadows any env Health Service Act. HEW announced earlier seleclions of half the 200 such agencies planned. "We arc going to come up here will lake over temporary with a plan thai is acceptable," managcmenl of Ihe Sacramento i Finch told! reporters. ZIP." SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Gel a Sl.OO paltern Iree -choose il from NEW SPRING SUMMER CATALOG! Packed Peak Observatory in southeastern Mew Mexico, officials anounced Monday. The New Mexico facility, opened in 1947 by the High Alli- tutlc Observatory and Harvard College Observatory, has been operated by the Air Force since ]9o2, The Air Force is p u l l i n g out because of military spending cutbacks. Harry Alber.s. director of administrative services at Kitt 'eak, said the Association ot Universities for Research in \stronomy will lake charge of Sacramento Peak July 1. It will manage the facility for at least 15 months until a permanent arrangement can be marie by the Notional Science Foundation, The foundation, which finances Kilt Peak ami Ccrro Tt- lie said both agencies have strong points and weaknesses and indicated he might consider going to regional agencies alter the first, year under t h e new program. The agency, when approved, will handle all applications for 'ecleral clinics as well as funds [or new hospitals and health wiIh hundreds of great sport, city, Uvivel styles. ; 75 ctmCs for Catalog Now! Sew plus Knil Book $1-25 Instant Money Crafts .... $1.00 Instant Sewing Book $1.00 Instant Fashion Book ,.·....SI.00 lolo Inter-American Observatory in Chile, has agreed to supply the money to keep Sacramento Peak open. At 9.210 feet near Alamo gonio, E'.icramento Peak is a maor sofat- astronomy center, studying solar 'flares. The observatory is worn I ar estimated $15 million lo $20 million, accordfrr;? lo Sacramento Pe3 assistant director Frank Hegivcr. programs Resea rch grants, Medicaid and Medicare would not be under its author ity. Roth the Agency and were Healih Health formed Systems Improve with the Today's sale is one of nine involving Alaska -- including two. society" should be avoided. U.S. Ally. James L. Brown- Jr., who prosecuted: the se, did nol speak and had no mmenL for reporters. Why you should let HR Block worry about your income taxes. If you should qualify for the Short Form we'll do that at a very low price. And when we prepare your Federal return pur charge always includes your resident state return. Get a Uulefcace of mind. HR BLOCK THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE 1204 So. School (Hwy. 71) N.W. Ark. Plaza The gulf, an expanse rii ... by North America's highcs coastal" mountains, is homo t 48 million birds of various vari etics, seven of the world's eigh ,,, ^ ...,, ~. ,, endangered species of whale nore in Ihc gulf later this year ^nd -- some estimates indicate -- planned prior to 1978. T h e . -- enough fislilifc lo feed one auctions arc aimed at tapping a ' billion people a year for elern projected 60 billion barrels of lily. oil and 430 trillion cubic feel of natural gas believed lo resl under Alaska's ocean bottom. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, hascrl on the 1975 annual consumption rnle of A billion barrels of oil a year in the United States, GO billion barrels would represent a" 10 year supply. U.S. oil consumption has been approaching the 18-million bar- r/il a day level. That level prevailed in the first quarter of 1973, before the Arab oil env hargo. A final go-ahead for the hotly idea of qualifying for Ihc fcdcr al designation. Spokesmen foi both groups said earlier Ihe; would attempt lo revise Ihe original plans. A .spokesman for Health Sys-! [ems announced last week that his group planned a scries of rcginal meetings in anticipation of Ihc federal designation. disputed gulf sale came Mon- Bad weather there is a way of life and a major earlhnuak Is expected every 20 years. Il's been called The worst en vironmental risk among any o tho 24 areas slated for teasin by Ihe Inlerior Dcnarlment ol the Atlantic, Pacific and Alas k n n coasts under an accelcra led sale program announce two years ago,' Board To Meet The Board of Governors of Washington Regional Medical Center will mccl in the library p.m. FABRIC MART EVELYN HILLS SHOPPING CENTER Call: DON!/. McGUIRE fi!7N. College I'rmne UFE.and. LIBERTY WEEK APRIL. 11-18 CELEBRATING LIFE AND LIBERTY IN JESUS CHRIST Sundays 10:50 a.m. 7:00 p.m. Evenings 7:00 p.m. SPECIAL GUEST TONIGHT MIKE KIRKLAND U of A RAZORBAGKS Wednesday Night The University of Arkansas Baptist Student Union Choir FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH College and Dickson FAYETTEVILUE

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